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 ���*-. *  _--*?#g.\1.V-^:_  ___mi_i_w___1it_  Mineral Produotlon of British Columbia In 1900  $16,407,645  _^_^__S_E1  IJ'neral Produotlon of Kotrtetiay In. 1900  $10,562,032  ���ol  NINTH .'YEAR  NELSON, B. C, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1901  FJYE CENTS  THE NEW SCHOOL BUILDING  CONSIDERATION OF TENDERS BEFORE THE COUNCIL.  Architect Carrie's Flans Approved of  and the Letting of the Contract Authorized.  The consideration of the tenders for  the building of the new school was the  chief business that came before the  members of the city council at.their  meeting yesterday evening. The school  board was represented by trustees  Swannell'and'Hall,"and the matter was  ' introduced by trustee Swannell explaining that when the members of the joint  committee opened-the'tenders they came  to the conclusion that it would be impossible to put up a .stone building of  the required dimensions for the amount  decided upon by the council. By substituting brick for stone and reducing  the height Of the ceilings from 14 to 13  feet they found- that they could. keep  within the limit. For such a building  the lowest tender received .was. that of  W. G. Gillett. His tender for the Work  was TJ7875, and to this should be added  the lowest tender, received for the  plumbing, tinning and heating, that of  Hobden Brothers/which was;?lG45.-This  gave a total of $9520, which, when the  architect's fee was added, would make  the total cost of the building $99915. As  against this the council could considei  the larger building with the 14-foot  ceiling, which could be put up for $1220  Mayor Fletcher asked the architect if  he - was. satisfied with the lowest tender  for. the heating, plumbing 'and tinning  His own opinion of the tender based  upon past experience in such work, was  that the tender- was too low  Ale\andei CaniCj the aichitect fiom  whoso plans it is pioposed to constiuct  the building, leplied that he was satisfied that the woik could be dono lo*  the amount of the tendoi  Theie was a long discussion as to  whethei the council should spi ing Ufa  appiopnatiou anothei $230 in oidei to  get the 14-foot ceiling, and at the siig-���  gestion of the mavoi it was finally decided to have the higher ceiling, and  upon tho motion of alderman Salous  the council decided, to appio\e of tiu-  r'lnfe submitted by aichitect Carne a"ncl  u'.jTithorize the letting of the contract  A. C. Ewart then presented his grievance. . He had entered the competition  for the plans and contended that--he,  had not; been fairly treated. He Obpeat-  ed more particularly to the substitution-of .brick for stone in the Carrie  plans., He. thought that the architects  who had'submitted brick plans should  be considered before any alterations  were permitted in the plans of Mr. Carrie, who had figured-upon a stone building Tho rcmailvs ot Mi. Ewait laised  some comment, and trustee Swannell explained that- if "the. .course .outlined by  Mr. Ewart were followed the Macdonald  plans would come in ahead of his, as  they "were second choice of the committee.  The action of the council in deciding  upon the 14-foot ceiling will mean that  the school will cost $10,258.50 if it is  built-within the contractor's tender.'  The matter of repairs to the machin-  j^ry^Jat^the^electric^Iight^-station^vwas^  his big knee and spanked them. It  appears they took Corbett for an "easy  thing" and wanted to have fun with the  foreigner. After the spanking the management put the two Frenchmen in a  cab and sent them home. Then it became known who Corbett was. and the  whole house turned into a reception in  his honor. Corbett ordered champagne  for two hundred persons. He explained  that he spanked the Frenchmen because  they were two small for a knockout  stroke, and because lie wished to avoid  the severe penalty of the French law  for hitting a man with the clenched  fiats. "  SENNEVILLE IS VICTORIOUS  SEAWANHAKA CUP WON FOR THE  FIFTH TIME,  Across the Ocean in Sixty Hours  PARIS, July 29��� Jean: de,Zakovenko,  a learned engineer living, in Paris, has  excited the scientific world by taking  out a patent upon certain machinery  wliich he claims will enable him to cross  the Atlantic in two days and a half. He  is building a small- vessel which he  hopes to have ready within a few weeks;  Zakovenko claims that his vessel will  go 30 knots an hour under water, and  GO knots'an hour-over water. His engine will make the propeller, .revolve  with extraordinary rapidity. Zakovenko is the man who found a Russian ship  at the bottom of the sea containing vast  treasures. He has had -several*: interviews with the United States naval attache, and hopes to interest Washington  in his work.  Columbia Outsails the Constitution and  Wins a Decisive Victory���Competition for Canada Clip.  Eastern Baseball.  National���Boston 5, New York 4; second game/Boston 0, New York 0 (rain);  Brooklyn 7, Philadelpuia G; Pittsburg  8, St. Louis 0; Chicago 3, Cincinnati 2.  American���-Milwaukee 9, Washington  1; Boston 4," Chicago' 1; Baltimore 10,'  Wet 5  Eastern���Toronto 4, Rochester 0.  A POLICEMAN IS SUSPENDED  FOR ENGAGING IN A  FIGHT  ON  WARD STREET.  Ele Is the Officer Who Makes Business  Men Move On When Talking  at Street Corners.  MONTREAL, July a9.���For the fifth"  time tiie Royal St. Lawrence Yacht Club  successfully defended the Seawanhaka  cup, the defender Senneville today defeating the English challenger, Grey--  fair, by.4 minutes.56 seconds. Today's  race was started as a beat to windward  of two miles and riin home,'three times,  but the wind shifted in the first run  home so that it became a broad reach  to the home buoy, while ,the outward  mark was a close-hauled reach. A mod-  not participate in the Newport yacht  racing events of Thursday and Saturday of this week as a competitor of the  Independence. The Columbia, however,  has been entered for these races, and  Will sail against the Boston boat. The  Constitution will, go to Bristol at oncPj  to have alterations mado. If this change  in the plans of'the Constitution does  not prevent, the next races in which sho  will start will take place over the Newport course on August 12th and 14th.  The regatta will be under the auspices  of the New York Yacht Club. The races  will take the place of the postponed July  series, and'also of the annual sweepstakes, and will include all classes. Special cups will be offered for the 90-foot-  ers. In one of these races the'eup offered by sir Thomas Lipton will be  sailed for. The regular trial races ,for  the purpose of selecting the defender  of the America5cup will be held here  on August 29th, 31st and Sptember 1st  and'3d.'      -  CHICAGO", July ,29.���Today's yacht  race to select a defender for the Canada's cup will be sailed, barring a change  in the w-eather, overa triangular course  of 21 miles. , Of the-nine boats which  started ."in the trials a week ago, but  three remain to contest ��� in the trial.  Theseare the Cadillac, ^Illinois and Mil-  OKLAHOMA LAND LOTTERY  NOVEL METHOD CHOSEN BY THE  GOVERNMENT  To Dispose of 13,000 Quarter Sections  v Thrown Open to  Settlement---  A Few Lucky Ones.  EL RENO, O.-T., July 29���One of the  greatest- lotteries in history was b&aUU  here this morning. It was conducted  by the federal government iri,disposing  of 13,000 quarter" section claims thrown  open to settlement on the Kiowa-Comanche reservations. No public event  ��� in years in the southwest has attracted  so much attention as this one���the ini-  ..... ��� ��� -   .. o-  tiation of a new method of dis_i umg  of government lands���107 persons, each  with   one  chance  in  13   of  winning  a  The   course   on   which the Regatta of the Pacific Coast Association of Amateur   Oarsmen  will be held at Nelson in  1902.  ��."r  -----left-to a special committee composed of  the Imayor aud alderman Paterson witli  , rower to act. -.,...'.','...  City engineer McCulloch reported that  it would cost v"0 to connect tlie cemetery  with   the- Cottonwood   creek  pipe  ���   line.    The matter of the water supply  jvas left to the mayor and city engineer.   .������;-'  James Sproat of the electric light station was given three months' leave cf  ��� absence with pay for one month.  The council decided to give the R. M.  R. band r. grant of '.$100 provided the  band furnish eight weekly concerts on  Baker street during the summer.  Chief Lillie of the fire department was  given two weeks' leave for tho purpose of attending the meeting of the  fire chiefs of the Pacific Coast. James  Chambers will act as chief during his  abcence. ���  ��� P. J. Bradley & Company received the  contract for the painting of the cemetery buildings. Their tender was $28.  The other tenders were: Thompson. &  Douglas $40, A. Enstead $G2, Murphy  ST5. andW. J. Hatch $65.  Ruined by His Insane Son*  ,ST. .PAUL, Minn., .July 29.���R. M.  Newport, one of'the'best known real  estate and loan agents in the northwest,  has filed a petition in bankruptcy, g'iv.-'  ing assets of $60,000 and liabilities of  ��� $236,000. Colonel Newport, who served  through1 the civil war, has been a leader  in business and social circles here for.  over 25 years. A few years ago ill health  compelled him to leave much of the business to the management- of his son  Luther', who suddenly became violently  insane last year in New York. Although  in somewhat impaired health, colonel  Newport tried to straighten out the business, and has, it is said, filed the petition to facilitate matters,  Corbett's Way.  PARIS, July 29.���"That card ain't going to lick me," said James Corbett, the  cx-champion pugilist, last night to the  marquis de Rochethulon at Maxim's.  After French fashion, the card was passed to Corbett by the offended marquis,  who hoped a duel would follow. But  Corbett ignored the card and put the  .mar&uis and another Frenchman across  Police constable Heabener was. sus-  oended fiom the police foice yesteiday  attention foi engaging 1.1 a lough-and-  "umble fight on Waid stieet The low  is the outcome of an assault case which  is to .come up in the-police court this  morning, iu which a man named Cunningham . is charged with assaulting  Michael Stanton, as a result of whicli  Stanton is now- wearing a .black eye  and nursing a sore rib  For this assault Stanton laid a charge  of.assault against.Cunningham. In the  course of his duty Heabener called at  Cunningham's* shack ��� with a summons  for him to appear in the police court  . Cunningham thought it was up to him  to resent this action on the part of the  police officer and he started out on a  still hunt for the policeman. Heabenei  ���was. not on duty when Cunningham .met  him, and after submitting to a flow of  words from Cunningham that were not  altogether parliamentary Heabener, .* it  is said, consented to let Cunningham  Jiavc a^ go at him to see what he could  "���lO'if'hi-rwMrdnconsent't^liave^thevmiir  pulled off somewhere on the water front.  The result was that the two men started  down Ward street to settle their rival  claims to superiority, but-when opposite ��� the sheriff's office Cunningham,  etching Heabener off his guard, dealt  him a blow on the point of the chin.  This rather upset the previous arrangements for the mill, and Heabener sailed  into his man nt or.cn. -Cunningham'.'  though intoxicated, had an advantage in  Eoint of 1 each and weight, tut the police  man soon had him going. He got in a-  heavy blow on Cunning-ham's hend and  caused him to measure his length on  the sidewalk, and before any ��� of the  spectators could interfere ho was on  top of his man. He allowed Cunningham to get to his feet, and then proceeded to show him how easy it was to  floor him again. Cunningham was outclassed, owing to the whisky that was  in him,-and when the affair was brought  to a close he had a discolored eye and  a skinned nose.  .When the matter was brought to the  attention of chief of police Jarvis, he  at once, suspended Heabener, and his  suspension will last until the' police  commissioners have had a. chance to  pass upon the merits of the case. Cunningham comes out of-the-mill'with a  handicap against him in the Stanton  case, which is now pending in the police  court, as well as a second, charge of  fighting on the streets. He"---w*Hf*appear  in the police court this morning.  Heabener is the' policeman who makes  business men talking at street coi'tiers  move-'on, and who gives young men  hints as to how often they should visit  localities that he himself visits'at will.  Improved Conditions.  KANSAS CITY, Mo��� July 29���The  drouth has been broken in Kansas and-  Missouri by good rains, whieh have  fallen in heavy and frequent showers  since Sunday morning. The outlook for  a- continued fall tonight and tomorrow  is good. Colonel George W. Vale, who  has watched conditions closely in Kansas for a score of years, says today that  Kansas will raise nearly half a croo of  corn. It is the steady and persistent  showers that have prevailed since Sunday morning that have brought the  needed rain and improved the agricultural conditions. -    >  THE WKST ARM OF-KOOTENAY LAKE LOOKING UP STREAM  FROM'THE CANADIAN PACIFIC WHARF  ���  tn~*  * r    ���  f   r    -  ,      -.  _,   -3J  r "*** *~ *",w'    ~  _, "*X"5   **]*~ ���    e *" *  ^              -,    ^^_         ^ ���_  1  V-                                          -"  1  *   *.  i  -             -J.-  i  -t. J-  1  -_  * - ��� "i  ��� "  ���*���    *��            V      **  ]   ���"                              ���  }  z ->. -       �����v  ,  *             -ir        '   "    \     ���*         **  *  l&ss  J,"    - 'K'V   .y  X                s  ����j?i  \X  .  -  J  f  r" r r     ''--- -v  -  '    ,    ���  -  -  rfd  fflri  mm  >m&a$m  *&m  %$**  m��  ���**/<  ". ���-  sUin-  WEST ARM OF KOOTENAY LAKE LOOKING DOWN  FROM  THE  CITY WHARF AT THE FOOT OF HALL STREET.  erate breeze was blowing and the Grey-  fair got away in the lead, but was soon  overhauled by the Senneville and never  recovered her lost position. The English boat again displayed inferiority in  windward work and superiority on  reaches, actually beating-the''Canadian  boat in this respect by eight seconds.  Time: Senneville, stav.t, 7:25; finish,  4:02:42; elapsed,' 2:2'7:42.' Greyfair,  start, 7:25; - finish," .4:57-f38;* 'elapsed;  2:32:48. '"'      ' " -  NEWPORT, R. I., Ji*ly 29.���The Columbia today defeated the Constitution,  boat for boat, in a splendid race, by two  minutes and 54 seconds and won the  $1000 cup presented by cojonel John  Jacob Astor, Her victory was decisive  and convincing. The behavior of the  Constitution, on the other hand, was  disappointing in the extreme, and this  evening Mr. Duncan announced that his  boat would not take part in further  races until her rig had boen altered.  He declared that the Constitution is  not doing half justice; that she is not  going well and that there is no use  in racing her further until she is put-  in proper shape.   The Constitution will  waukee. Each has won two races and  established a reputation for clear, fast  work, and today's race undoubtedly will  settle  the  choice. ���_���'        '  CHICAGO, July-29.���Th'e-Cadillac won  in the seventh trial race today, beating  the Illinois by one minute.  Collided and Sunk  MILWAUKEE, Wis,, July 29.���A special from Sault Ste, Marie, Mich., says:  The w-haleback barge Sagamore was  sunk in a collision with the Northern  line steamer Northern Queen near Point  Iroquois today, Of the crew of eight  men three were drowned and one is  missing, A dense fog covered the water  at.the time of the collision. The Sagamore was bound down in tow of the  whalebaek steamer Pathfinder, both being loaded with iron ore. The Northern  Queen was bound up with a general  cargo for Duluth. The Queen struck  the barge on the starboard side near the  after turret, breaking in the plates. The  Sagamore filled rapidly and at once  went down.  homestead, watched the event.nere or it  a. distance, for the applicants come from  every state in the Union. The df-awing  took place on a platform b tii ft for the,  purposo in the open air a few blocks  from the center of El Reno: El Reno  yesterday cared for fully 15,000 people  and the trains that came in during the  night and morning doubled the number. Hundreds of others are still bound  this way.  EL RENO, Okla,, July 29.���Oklahoma's great land lottery was begun here  in earnest today and when the commissioners appointed by the federal government adjourned the drawing for the  day 1000 of the choice of the 13,000 160-  acrc claims in the Kiowa-Comanche  country had been won. The first name  drawn from tho wheels was that of Stephen Holcomb of Pauls Valley, I. T.. for  a homestead in the El Reno district,  and tho second Leonard Lamb of Augusta, O. T. These men will choose the  two choice claims in this district. Tlie  capital prize winners, however, proved  to bo James R. Wood of Weatheriord,  O. T.. whose name was the first to come  from  the  Lawton  district  wheel,   and  Miss Mattie H. Deals of Wichita, Kan.,  who drew the second number in that  district.- They will have the privilege  of making the flrst filing in the Lawton  district, and will undoubtedly choose  the two auarter sections adjoining that  town, These are considered the most  valuable in the territory and are estimated to be worth from $20,000 to $40,-  000 each. -���''.'.  The day was one of keen excitement,  replete" with interesting scenes. It is  estimated that fully 25,000 persons witnessed the drawing. The immense throng,  was wrought up to-the highest pitch.  The drawing of the first named was  followed by a mighty shout.    -  Each succeeding winning for a time  was met with shouts of applause and  merriment. All was. pleasantry. Every  man, though he-did1 not. draw a prize  from the wheel, had steadfast faith that  tomorrow or the next day will surely  see him the possessor of a slip reading  him a title to 160 acres of Oklahoma  land: The crowds fairly exhausted  themselves.3 and when the close of the  drawing for the day was announced at  6 o'clock, hundreds ( who, had neither  eaten nor drank during the day, sank to  the ground where they stood from sheer  fatigue,' or dragged themselves to better  places for rest or refreshmnt: booths. :  The day was remarkably free-from  quarrels and general satisfaction with  the government riiethods of disposing of  the land was felt. It has been found  that many hundreds have repeated, and  that others";have applications _so illegible that they:'will be thrown out. Over  this much disorder has resulted,; and the  outcome-may be'an appeal to thecourts.  WASHINGTON, July 29.^-The department of justice today received a tele-  giam stating that .judge Ermin of the  United ; States court in Oklahoma had  denied: the application of'LOne Wolf and  other Indians for an injunction,restraining the government from distributing  land in that territory by drawings.  FitOM  PROVINCIAL POINTS  B, C. ORE VT I OL BE SMELTED IN  GREENWOOD.  Anotrer   Furnace   to   Be   Added-  Budjet of News ItemB From  Vancouver,  Etc.  STRIKE MAY BE SETTIED  30NFEBENCE OF THE LEArEES  TO BE HELD TODAY.  Pittshurgers   Are- Delighted  at  Prcs-  pects for Peace- -Other. Strikes  and. Strikers.  PITTSBURC, July 29.���Everybody is  on the qui vive tonight in-strike circles,  and the coming conference'of- the .two  leaders of the two contending-factions  is';looked forward to with mingled hope  and fear. Hope, howeveiypredominatcs  and peace-is confidently expected by the  majority of those interested. "The executive committee of the Amalgamated  Association will meet in the-headquar-  ters of the organization tomorrow morning, or as soon as possible thereafter  and take up the propositions of' the  United Steel Corporation for a settlement of the steel workers' strike." This  statement was made today by .secretary  Williams of the Amalgamated Association, and beyond this he declined to discuss the strike in any form. There was  no change in the position of the contestants today. Both sides held firmly  '.o the plan of watching the other. The  officials   of   the   American   Sheet   Steel  Company made no attempt to start the  ilant, and indications pointed to their  remaining inactive until the strike negotiations are determined one way or  the ether. The first report of the day  :hat the American Tin Plate Company  was making an effort to start the Dernier plant with non-union men and that  one set of rolls was being operated was  afterwards explained as being a rumor  that started from the fact that the compauy had some men at work repairing  the plant and with the expectation tliat  the strike will be settled shortly.  Pittsburgers generally express the  greatest delight in anticipation of the  settlement of the steel strike and no  one seems to have the slightest doubt  Unit the' negotiations for peace will  have any other result but a cessation  of hostilities, a laying down of arms  to take up tools of trade.  WELLSVILLE. Ohio, .July 29.���The  entire force at the Fawcett boiler works  walked out today rather than work  with non-union iron from the Wellsville  mill. It is the first local complication  in the strike. Thirty men quit work.  The foreman said they could obtain no  other sheets, so the works elosed down.  OGDENSBURG, N. Y., July 29.���Sixty-  five non-union mon arrived today from  along the line of the Rutland railway to  take the places of the striking 'longshoremen on the warehouse and docks  of the Rutland Transit Company and  more are expected tomorrow. The city  council convened tonight at the request  of the transit company and appointed  special officers to police the docks and  railroad grounds. All strikers are being warned away. A demonstration is  expected tomorrow on the arrival of the  steamer Hastell from Chicago with  grain and package freight.  French Expedition Slaughtered.  LONDON, July 30.���"The Russian  government has been advised," says a  dispatch to the Daily Mail from St.  Petersburg, "that 2000 Tibetians, -Inly  16, attacked major Costoi's expedition  of 20 men, half of whom were shot down  and the others severely wounded. The  government will  demand  satisfaction."  T/VCOIUj\, July 29.���Marl Jenkins of Seattle and Florence Nlvens and Miss Anotla  Cole of-Puyallup were drowned by the capsizing of- a rowboat on Span-way lake.  GREENWOOD,  July  29.���[Special  to  The  Tribune.]���The   British   Columbia  Copper Company closed a contract today for ore from the B. C. mine.    Ore.  from   the  B.   C.   mine  was   previously  .shipped   to   the  Trail   smelter,   but/on  account   of  the 'Rossland   strike   that  smelter will probably be closed down.  The contract calls for not less than 100  tons a day.   The British Columbia Copper Company has 01 dered another- furnace fOr the Greenwood smelter fromc  E. P. Allis & Company of Milwaukee, *  delivery before September 10.   This will  increase the capacity of the smelter to  800 tons a-.dny.  SSi.Sag;  Vancouver Wiring**.  VANCOUVER, July 29���[Special to  The Tribune.]���An Indian .woman was  killed this evening at Steveston in a  drunken fight. She and her husband "���  had been on a spree, and it is supposed  he kicked and mauled her. Sho was  dying when found and never recovered ���  consciousness. An inquest will be*held  tomorrow.  A Japanese was drowned tonight off   "  the Gulf of Georgia' cannery wharf.' * tie .'  threw an anchor overboard and the rono  caught around  his foot.    He was held -  under water <*everal minutes bofore he i*  could  be rc-cucd rnd  he could 'not be  ���-"���'".'rcltf.t**-'.  There  is  a  tremendous  run   of  fish,"  canneries operating night and dnv.  .Chirf I*'orth  ���-   *-r'*an'>in'r^.eniiro ."rc-  conptructioi-i methods for the rolice "de-"  paitment.    The  men  are to  be drillptl  "  each   day   by  corporal" Sinclair   and   a   '  new system is being inaugurated.  The new assay office did its first bu~- "  iness this mo.ning, handling SIO.OOD-''"  worth of, irold. ��� - x -  J.  A.  Smart,  deputy minister of th?  interior,  arrived  toda,   irom   tho  east.1,  '  Tie savs arrangements will be made to   ,  have/the assajvoffice pay-for gold first  hand without'issuing, certificates ou the*"-  banht:.,       * -   - ' *,"*<;  T,Ir.  Tierney's, house was  entered   by  ��/  bur.Tlars   last   ni-*ht.     The   lidv   went'"  down stairs and found silvei ware piled  into  sacks  and   then   met  the   burglar '  '  face to face in the hall. She droppe.-i I he  lamp,  setting the  house  on   fire.     T'10  fire department came and in the meantime the man escaped.  The police state that the Jap who is  alleged   to   have    been   marooned    nnd    -  starved by white fishermen was injured     '  in a quarrel with another Jap, and that'I'/  white fishermen had nothing to do with  the case.  :������ xM -xp&  .���*?,i"$s4*al  r*��!=fe$*#il  _--/r:S"V%rt*}ri  *-,2'S*V_'!'^iaP��^S_3_|  -MMasm  rlli'S_i!4g_>iS_i  *S!|Sps  tSIi  ���;y-*~'t��*l*  i.77&^,  sipii*-  Work of Granby Smelter.  GRAND    FORKS,    July   29.���During  the week ended Saturday, the Granby  smelter treated 4354 tons of ore;"total  to datej 188,371 tons.  EASTERN    CANADIAN   WIRINGS.  TORONTO, July 29.-Slr Wilfrid Laurier  has consented to open Toronto's exhibition August 7th .  TORONTO, July 29.���Another outbreak of  smallpox was reported last ni-jlil involviiif*-  thc rcmovel of Ave patients to the hosjiilal  from  Pope avenue.  MONTREAL.'.July 29.���A ��� London c.ibl.;  .says there Is 110 truth in the reported i:i-  tenllon of lord Stratlrcona to resiKii. Lord  Strathcona  miikes an explicit denial.  HALll'-AX. July 20.���Foresl tires siro do-  in��T much dam.-r*,'0 ut Graham, St. Mrir;*r.ir-  cl'h bay. It is'cstimatc-l su fnr 111:11 SIiH.iK-0  damage has been "done. Beardmore of Toronto Is the principal loser.  MARItOWSMITII, Out., July 29.���Mtss  Flora Snyder was helping her brother saw  wood on Saturday afternoon when the machine broke, InlllctiriK serious Injuries,  which caused her death In a few minutes.  AIjIjI'jNFORD, Ont.. July 29.-jV terrltlc  thunder storm passed over this .section  yesterday morning, destroylnj*; the barns  and outbuildings of XV. Kvails. The contents were also destroyed. IjOss is covered  by Insurance.  MONTREAL, July 29.���Lord Mount Stephen has given .C-10,000, the annual revenue  from whicli Is to be applied to augmentation of salaries of twenty ministers in  the counties oC j'vberdeen and Banff. Kacli  minister benefits to the extent of .C100 an- '  nually.  QUEBEC, July 29.���The steamship Manchester Corporation picked up two men in '  a dory between Cape Ray and St. Plerre.-  They had been three days and nights without food or water and were exhausted.  They belong to the schooner Ohio, at  Great Bank, Fortune Bay. The men could  not have lasted another day.  CHARIjOTTETOWN. P. E. T., July 29.���  A severe storm visited Union Road, five  miles from here Saturday night. During  the storm hailstones four inches in circumference fell and could.be gathered up  by cartloads. Men who were out in the  storm had to cover their faces with,thctr-  coats in ordor to protect themselves.  ST. THOMjVS, Out., Ji.lv- 2?.��� Georse  Bathgate ot Toronto was struck on the  back of the head by the steps of a passing  couch on an express train yesterday and  died of his injuries shorttv afterwards-.  He was engaged on a construction train  which was waiting for the express to poss.  Bathgate was sitting ou the side of tho  track .  1^*6  if  si  '������'M THE  TRIBUNE:  JSTELSOrJ, B.C, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1901  jgf. :  *-,���  to  to  to  to  to  to  :to  to  to  $to  to  M  im.  m:  lsm  m  to.  Special Sale Cotton Goods  /\T LARGELY REDUCED PRICES.  500 Yards of Cood Prints, 27 inches wide 5 cents.  800 Yards of Crum's Best Prints 10 cents.  250 Yards of Chair-bray, handsome designs 15 cents.  200 Yards of Fancy Muslins, former price 25, 35 and 50  cents Your choice at 20 cents.  300 Yards of Far\cy Dress Goods for summer wear, including many all-wool goods, 42 inches wide. .25 cents.  200 Yards of Y/ash Silr\s, fancy and plain 45 cents.  $10.00 Crash, Costuin.as For $8.00  $12.00 Milt Costumes For $9 00  $7.50 Color Costum.es For $5.00  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  BAKER STREET, KELSON, B. O.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  J3  pt-  Ik''  ^^.0>.0��.0��.0r.0.0'0'0*^'0.^lj_   VI',    V**--'*;  ���__*'^'a.-a?'^*��g''.g,S?,T>:c'^  "^.���fc'^'.'&'&'S-'&'^'S^Sr-^^ w -s-^^SvS-^-^-^^s-^-s^  fe ^i ��ite fStftame  ��'Lj. .*f .j. 4. ��j. 4.4. .5. *\* -i- * ���:- ���:��� ���:��� * ���:-** * ���$���  Jr .j. .^ Display advertisements run -b  {_."���.' *- regularly will be changed as of- -!-  f-7r.'b ten as required and will be in- , -b  1;-J*'-'serted in the Daily Tribune for ���$���  fr*. ?4 per inch per month; if in- -I-  V �����>, -'serted for less than a month, 25  .cents per inch each insertion.  *  b-b  ] ���??-'* When James Dunsmuir accepted the  I J,��� *'   *-  ���^premiership   ho  accepted  a  trust.    He  }?ehould carry out that tru'Ct to the best  5?(-'cf.'his ability.    If he'has called in ad-  I"--.f-visers, and they have been found want-  ijKing after having been given a fair trial,  I-V they should be dismissed.    None of his  .J: advisers have a personal following, and  ^.theli* dismissal would not weak.311 the  "       " Neither the attorney-gen-  the minister of mines nor the  commissioner of lands  and  works nor  iii&" -"  l^gqvernment.  |%,��orai nor tin  m.  ���&%��� the' provincial secretary controls a vote  iide of his own.    The finance min-  ���^ister who is retiring has a personal fol-  j^tjo'wing; but ho is the only cabinet min-  SSfeister who has.   Wells has been tried as  R-|f commissioner of lands and1 works, and  flj^if.he has made a success of.the trial  "J^pnoYonc in Kootenay is aware of it.   He  vt' should be asked to step .down and allow  /���"a-man from Yale to have a tria.',.   Pren-  -*"\tice  should  never  have  been "jRveh  a  *'Atrial, and as he is said to be surfeited  1 ^-T/ith the honors that have been thrust  upon   him,   he   should   be   required   to  walk   the   gang   plank.     McBride   has  -��� coine of the cualifications for a cabinet  , - position,  but he should  be transferred  - to 'a department where he would have  ,    scope to prove that he has undeveloped  - abilities.    Eberts,  as  political  head  of  - the government, need not be moved. By  taking in new men like Green  of the  I Slocan, Ellison of East Yale, and Tatlow of Vancouver, premier Dunsmuir  would strengthen his government with  the people, for these three gentlemen  are capable, are not lazy, and would  take pride in administering their departments. James Dunsmuir, do your  duty to yourself, and by doing so you  - ���wilUbe-;doing=your=duty=t6^the=peopleiOt;  British Columbia. ....-.-���  CATCH  FISH  Nothing is so disappointing  to the angler as to return  homo after a day's fishing  with an empty creel. You  may make elaborate preparations and take apparently everything  that is necessary, rod, line, reel, casts,  Hies, troll, bait, net and gaff, but unless  they are made of the right stuff it is  money thrown away. Vexation and often  profanity follows. We are careful in the selection of our fishing tackle and know  something about it, too. If you buy your  fishing tackle off U3 you will CATCH  FISH, but, if you don't, well perhaps you  might get a sucker.  eight years, and must be at least 30  years of age. They must also be heads  of families or property owners, or they  must possess by public' decree or have  filled office by popular vote. The same  restrictions regarding citizenship are  laid upon congressmen, who must be  25 years of age. Senators must be Cuban by birth and 35 years old. The  president must be a Cuban or naturalized. In the latter case, as provided by  the constitution, he must, have served  in the Cuban army for five years. He  must be at least 40 years of age. The  same applies to the vice-president. Senators shall be elected by provincial legislators and an. eaual number of citizens.  One-half of the latter must be Cuban  by birth, or have been naturalized for  a period of eight years; must be at  least 25 years of age, and able to read  and write. They must have resided in  the province for two years and ��� be  among the largest real estate taxpayers.  The other half must have professional  degrees or must have held public office,  must be of Cuban birth or have been  naturalized for a period of eight years  and they must be 30 years'"of "age. In  the provincial legislature'minority representation is provided for: , Havana  20 members, Santa Clara 17, Santiago  17, Matanzas 15, Pinar del Rio 12, and  Puerto Principe 8. Havana will have 17  congressmen, Santiago 13, Santa Clara  14, Matanzas 8, Pinar del Rio 7, arid  Puerto Principe 8. The project provides  for two elections. At the'first will he  elected governors of provinces, provincial legislators and senatorial electors!  At the; second, to be held eight days  later, congressmen and presidential  electors will be chosen. Thirty days  after the second election the presidential electors will meet in Santa Clara  to elect the president.  7f0'  to  to\  to\  _m_i_'_2!____. '____Si'._______- '7^S__.' ^** ��� "^  00'00' 00'00  00' 00  .to  t*r^'w  iHtttttix i t ittt txT7 tTZZTZTX* giTx*'  LADIES* SUNSHADES  AT HALF PR1CJB. g  UMBRELLAS AT CUT 3  PRICES. B  txxzzxizizxizzzzzizzzxi 1  to  to  to  9\  36 Bakep Street, Nelson.  0^ ' ���SL '<_?* ' ��?   0**I00'00* 00*00*00* 00*00. 00.00  >** ���>*�� "^fc. ���x>oV "^*fc. -^< ��� **rj_s�� *��*. ��� *��������* ��� ^s. ��� *->j5v^h ��� Vt, ��� ^ ��� ^rx  LACE ALTOVERS,  W     EIBRONS, VEILING?, [j  H       DRESS TRIMMINGS H  H    AT REDUCED PRICES. -|  EtxrusizzzixizriixrusxizzizixizzzTxzxzxxzs  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Lid  Pianos to Rknt. NKLS'-N, B. C.  are ambitious to' become pugilists, they  should-, resign from the police force before th'ey begin training.  FAIRLY ACTIVE OPERATIONS  The Rossland Miner, the' Nelson  Miner, and the Victoria Post "are all.  three rabid advocates of the V. V. & E.  railway. Neither of the three lose an  opportunity to hit the member for Nelson for the stand he took on the railway  question at the last session of the legislature. They contend that he.no longer  voices the views of his constituents.  Well, here is an opportunity for these  three V. V. & E. newspapers to",prove  their, contention. The member for Nelson riding will resign his seat in the  legislature and contest the riding  r.gainEt any open and avowed V. V. &  E. man that these three newspapers will  agree to support, and if he does not defeat him by a jrood majority, the member for Nelson riding will agree to quit  both the newspaper business and politics forever and go to ranching on Give-  out creek.  .The unwillingness of the Le Roi and  War Eagle mines to pay the standard  rate of wages prevailing in Kootenay  and Yale may cause the Trail smelter  to close down altogether, which will  work a great hardship on the working  people of that thriving industrial center. One of the mines in the Boundary  district that has been shipping to Trail  will now ship to Greenwood, and the  smelter at the latter place is to be increased to 800 tons capacity a day.  The city council should treat religious organizations just as individuals  are treated'. There is no reason why  churches should be given exemption  from taxation or free water or electric  -l!��rht rates. These organizations are  purely business concerns, and should be  treated as such.  1 Reported in the Slocan.  The.i Sandon  Paystreak   of   Saturday  says unite a number of miners came in  from. Rossland during the week, nearly  all  of whom  found  employment.    The  Rambler-Cariboo    company    has    purchased'the Washington mill from Mitchell & St. Jean, and Thomas Mitchell has  a gang of  mechanics moving the machinery to a point lower down the creek,  where it will be set up to treat the Rambler   ore.     The   Washington   mill   was  built in 1895 by Mitchell & St. Jean to  handle the product of the Washington  miue, .but has never been used to any  gre~at extent.  .It is a GO-ton mill, with a  Blake crusher, three pair  of rolls, six  Hartz jigs, turmmel system, hydraulic  classifiers,  and   round  tables.     It  is  a  very complete plant, and -when set up  and supplied with plenty of water will  easily over-run its normal capacity on  the  character  of  ore produced- at the  Rambler.    A  tramway   connecting  the  mine and,the mill is under advisement  by the Rambler-Carriboo management.  The   electric   prospecting   apparatus  which: has   been   in   use   ai   the   Last  Chance for the past week is reported to  ^b.e^giving;mosi7satisfactory_r_esults._The  ledge has been located in places where  it   was -formerly   lost.     Surface   work  recently done on: the  Galena has  exposed some handsome showings of clean  pre, in some, places as much as four feet  wide. ' The Galena tunnel is now in over  1500 feet/and  50 feet was driven last  week, ��� breaking   all   previous   records.  Figuring on the dip at the surface the  vein   may   be  tapped   within   the  next  100 feet.  The Silvertbnian of Silverton on Saturday says the Hewitt tramway is now  completed and running smoothly, working fully up to the expectations of both  the mine management and the builder.  The carrier brings down three-quarters  of-a ton at a load and two minutes is all  the time consumed in making the trip.  The accumulation of ore at the mine is  being rapidly delivered at the ore house  at the foot of the tramway. From eight  to 12 tons of ore a 'clay is now being  delivered at our dock for shipment to the  smelter. The transportation problem for  the Hewitt mine has now been solved  and good dividends are in sight for the  owners. The development work done  upon the Hewitt has proved it to be a  first-class mine and it has now probably more ore blocked out and in sight  than any other mine in the Slocan. It  being a dry ore proposition its ores are  in big demand and the lead question has  little if any effect upon its profits. The  mine will now be worked to its full  capacity, the force of miners will be  increased and larger buildings for the  accommodation of the employes erected.  During the week the mine was visited  by two of the directors and the consulting engineer, who expressed themselves  as being more than pleased with the  way the property was being managed  and its present appearance.  Silence of Shame.  Silence is an evidence of the Globe's  shame at the methods employed to secure the triumph of Siftonism in Lis-  gar. There is no difficulty in finding  Liberals in Ontario with sufficient independence to. admire the career of R,.  L. Richardson, and sufficient manhood  to despise the tactics employed ���'in5-the;  Laurier-Sifton-Roblin - game , to unseat and disaualify *him. The Ontario  government is just now painfully conscious- th at its ] if e is in the' keeping���; of  independent Liberals, who are attached,  to their party by a slender tie. The  Globe is unwilling to still further weaken that tie by stirring up the facts relating to the warfare on its patron saint,  hon. Clifford Sifton, upon independence  as embodied in the public career of Mr.  Richardson.���Toronto Telegram.  We will offer during the remainder of this week special bargains in Carpets, jLy  }U Rugs, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Window Shades, Table Covers, Floor Oilcloth, Lin- jL  jL oleums, Crumb Cloths, and Ingrain Squares, at prices never before equaled in Nelson. jL  ffji ~ ~~  ~~ ff\  jtVA Special   Lot of Remnants osi Wednesday Next^  JL FROM   EVERY  DEPARTMENT. }}  Thorpe & Co. bottle It. Ironbrew.  NOTICE.  By a resolution passed by the council  ot lhe fill ol J'.imo on the ^!"iiil aa,- ���->/  Jul;-, 1901. Ih3 building kuour as the AI.1111-  molli sulonn, .^iliiuU' on lot 21, block 0  map S9S, i.. tlu- city of Kaslo, _ind assesiei  to the estate of Edward Bimm, was con  ilemnod aa a nuisance and a inen.ieo to  public safety ami ordered thi> it ho nulkd  down This i.�� lo nolify all "oircerned tint  unle:, > said building is p-il.cd down withi-i  five days f-om the dare of this notice  bamo will be pulled down i.y Hip corporation at the cost ol  lhe owner.  A   \V. AbLlSN. City Cletk.  .  Ka'-lo, B.  C, July 29th, IflOl.  AuctionSale  to  to  *'L  nixirn ixiznia 12 ixzxixxisxxxi j:xxxm  BARGAINS IN |  VALISES, TRUNKS P  AND d  TRAVELING BAGS. |  TrYTY-rrTTTTTYY-rrTr-rg-iTT-rfrTTTrrTrTTTTT**^  36  Bakep  Street  LADIES' KID GLOVES  50 CENTS PER PAIR  SEE OUR WASH  KID GLOVES.  J  zxzxzznzzzzii  _��� !__? '<��?   <___*'&'(^'^'00'<��_\'00*e0*00'0*'00.00'0a0'0&.  ������Z^&^*^<__^*__^&r^^'^0'&^0^'1*^<*S&'��a*'<S0'��^'^&>'<*g*r'  -��^ ,-SisS .*-*_�� '���SB* -�������? <*��  ' 0B0 '00' 00 ��� tB0- ��0 ~  00' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00 '  000  S!.X*'  to  9\  to  to  JfX  Heavy Rains in Arizona.  PHOENIX, Ariz., July 29. -Wit hi a the  past 24: houi s tvery heavy rain ���"lorm-*  have covered all of Central an-1 Siuth-  ern Arizona and extended down into  Mexico. In some parts of lhe 3'Jr. R** or  valley the storm assumed extraordinary  proportions and in the western part a  very large quantity of water fell at  Glendale. The wind storm was the  woist ever known in this part of the  country, causing some damage and taking roofs from buildings. In the extreme southern portions rain has caused  destruction of several miles of tracks  on the Nov/ Mexico and Arizona and the  Arizona and Southern roads, and some  delay has been caused on the Southern  Pacific. The damage will be offset by  the great good which the rains will do  to the stocli and to forests in the mountains, where fires have been creating  havoc.  I Mi Will Mllllilllh    HII'ill   II  D  ���  We have just received a Consignment of  The new cooling dilnk, lionbrew.  HARDWARE,   TINWARE,  CROCKERY, GLASSWARE.  Acting   under   instructions   from   A.   P.  Hay, assignee of the estate of George M.  Fronk," the undersigned will offer for sale  by���public���auction-���on���the���premises���on-  Baker streot on  Thursday, August 1st,  at 2 p   m. Sharp.  The whole of the stock In trade of George  M. Fronk, general tnsrehant, consisting of  '-. SHELF HARDWARE  COOKING STOVES and  HEATERS  TINWARE  GRANITEWARE     - .  HOTEL  CROCKERY  LANTERNS and LAMPS  DINNER  SETS  ��� TEA SETS  ���        FANCY CHINA  GLASSWARE  '  .CHAMBER SETS  VEARTHEN.WARE  ���������      ���    ",:;-riv ' ���   ���  AINSWORTH' LICENSE   DISTRICT.  Notice is heieby given thit Achilles J.  Rainville has made application u**,ler the  provision* ot the "Luiuor License! A< t,  *i)00," ior an h >r<*l liouns-e for the premises  described as the Sil\er IIill Hotel no.ii  the Silver I Fill mine on Crawford creek,  and that a meeting of the bo.ud of license  commissioners of the Ainsworth license  district will bo held to consider such application at the coui t house at the-" citv of  ICaslo on Thuisda> the loth dav ot August,  190], at the hour of ���-, o clock in the afternoon. XV.  II   BULLOCK-WEBSTER,  Cluel License Inspector.  Chief Constsbio's Ofhcc.  Nelson, B. C , 00111 Julv, 1901  ,*\ FULL UN  Front Doors  Inside Doors  .. Scr_e_en_Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coibU.  Flooring  licid and count.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all tcinda.  DP WHAT YOV WANT 18 NOT IN STOCK   -WE WILL M-.KK.rr B-OB V017  CALL AND OKT PK1CHB,  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  BUNYAN' 80  CO.  West Baker Street, Nelson.  i'  I. .!. .*> .J. .J. .J. .J. .J. .J. .J. .;. .J. .J. .J. ... ,.  Trades Union and Fraternal  Society Notices of regular meetings will he charged 25 cents a  line per month. No notice accepted for less than $1 per month.  j. Jt. .J. .j. .1. .j. .j. .j. .;. .j. .t. .j. .j. .j. ...  *b  4.  1HI11I.1I1MW ,M������.rC!.  SSTT-EBT-aBSn  ."BcatsB-aH  TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  MIXERS' UNION NO OK. W F of M ���  Meets m Minors' Unron Hall, northwest  coiner ol Baker and Stanlcv streets, eveiy  Saturday c\enin**r at S o clock. Vi.srlmg  members welcome. M R Mowat, me.si-  dent, James Wilks, secretary. Union scilo,  ot wages tor Nelson distiict por shitt Ma-"  chine men fj 30, liamnicismen W -3, muckers, carmen, shovtierb, and other underground laboiei s $J  LAUNDRY WORKERS' UNION, NO.  S.,01, A F . of L���Meets in Mineis' Union  Hall on louith Kriday in every month at  7_30 p m. sharp Visiting membcis oi  American Fedciation invited to attend.  C. Frederick, piosidenf, A AV McL''ee,  secretary  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WED-  nesdav evening of each week at 7 o clock,  in Mineis' Union Hall. C J Cl.ivton,  prosident,  Alex   li   Mun ay,  secietaiy  BAHBKHS UNION, NO 19J, OF THE  International Journe*, men 13arbeis' Union  ol Amoiica, meets lirst and third Mondays  ol each month in Miners' Union Jiall at  S SO shup Visiting member, nivilcd It. .  McMahon, piosident, J II Matheson, sec-  ielaii-tii.asuier, J. C Gaidnei, recording  secietaiy.  ��� PAINTERS' UNION MEET TIIE FIRST  and third Fndavs m each mouth nt Miners' Union Hall at 7:30 sh.u p. Walter It.  Kee,  piosident, Henry Bennett, secretary.  PLASTERERS' UNION M BETS EVERY  Monday evening in the Elliot Block, at 8  o clock J JO Moycr, picsident; William  Vioc, seciclary. P. O   .Box lfcl  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23 , A   F   &  R_   A.  M   moots second  Wednesday   in  s?.JX    each   month.   Sojourning   biotlnon  1^0^    united.  NELSON ROVAL ARCH CHAPTER  No. 12,', G. R C���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning companions invited. Goorgo  Johnstone,   Z ;  __    W.   Matthews,  S.   E  NELSON AERIE, NO 22 F. O E ���  Meets second and louilh Wednesdays of  each month at Fraternity Hall Geoige  Bartlett, president, J. V. Moirison, societal y.  KOOTENAY TENT NO 7, K. O T M ���  Regular meetings fast and third Thursdays of each month   Visiting Srr Knights  nie- cordially��� invited���to���attend ���Di \\'._  Rose,   R    K ,  A    W.  Purdy,  Com ;  G.  A.  Blown, PC.  The above goods will be offered for sale  in parcels  to suit intending purchasers.  Terms Cash. Goods on view on Wednesday, July 31st, and on the morning of the  sale.  .Sayward  HALt, AND LAKH RTRKF.T8   NRIJ"Q?*  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNKR OF  HK!NDRYX AND VERNON 8TKKKT8  T  321 TO 331 BAKER STREET, NELSON'   r  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam.25 Cents to $1  ^MEfllCAJI AND EUROPEAN  I'LANB  When men who are paid to maintain  peace and order in Nelson as policemen  Cuba's New Government.  HAVANA, July 29.���There was a good  attendance at today's session of the  Cuhan constitutional convention, when  the electoral bill, as drafted by the electoral commission, was submitted. The  measure provides for universal suffrage,  but restrictions as to ability to read  and write are imposed in the case of  office holders.  Governors of provinces and provincial  legislators must be of Cuban birth or  have been naturalized'for a period of  FOR PARTICULARS APPLY TO  C. A. Waterman & Co  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles    i  Mouldings  A-1 White  Pine  Lurqber Always in  Stools  We carry a complete stock of  Ocast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sasli and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  QUE  HOTEL  BAKER   STREET,    NELSON.   '  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air;  ' Large comfortable .bedrooms and flrst-  class dining room. Sample rooms for'commercial' men.     .iii  RATCSijBg PER DA^ ..  rs. E. 6. Gl-a'rke, Prop.  Late of tho Royal Hotel, Calgary  Madden House  Baker and Ward  Streots,   Nelson.  The  only  hotel  in  Nelson   that has remained under one management since 1S0O.  The   hod-rooms  are  well   furnished  and-  lighted by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by tho best  domestic and imported liquors,and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANNUS, Manager.  AUC TIONEERS.  ROOMS 11 and 15.  K. W. C. BLOCK;  Porto Rico Lumber Go.Ltd.  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First class table board.  KOOTENAY....  GOFFEE CO.  *���*���*���*���** ***���****.*&*&*.*���**.***.  Gaffes Roasters  Dealers in |ea gtid- GpffeO  *-$*:*2*-*-**-**-2*.*.*.*.*:*.**.*.***.  We are oirp.riiiB at lowest prices tbe best  erratics of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Our Best; Mucha and Java Coffeo, per  pound ....- : $   40  Mocha and Java Blond, 3 pourrds  1 00  Choice Blond OulTco, 4 Mounds ....... 100  Special Blend Coffee, 6 pouuds  1 0(1  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 pounds.  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon.Toa. per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITEP.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  DISSOLUTION OF CO-PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE Copartnership luthcilo exiiating between the  undersigned by the style ol Lee 6c Burnett,  as green grocers,, h.ib this day been, dis-  sohed by the retirement ot Harry Burnett, who has ti.insterred to Herbert I<\ Lee  'ill hrs interest in the lni*-incss>, assets,  good will and book accounts.  All poisons indebted to tho said partnership are herebv requested to make payment to thi' said Herhert I-" Lee, who has  assumed and will pay the hai illti?s ol ihe  partner ship, and who will continue tho  partnership  business  HERBERT   F.    LEE,  M.   BURNETT.  Witness: R. A. CREECH.  Nelson, B. C, July 15th, 1901."  DISSOLUTION  OF COPARTNERSHIP.  NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE copartnership existing between .-the undersigned, doing.business as hotolkeepers at  the town of Erie, B. C, Is dissolved. All  debts owing by the firm will be paid by  David Church, who will also collect all  debts duo tho flnn.  Dated at Erie, B. C.,-this 17th day of  July, 1901. .  DAVID J.  BROWN,  DAVID  CHURCH.     .  CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  Tiger, Kitchener and Last Chance mineral claims, situate in thp .Nelson, mining  division of West Kootenay-district. Where  located: On Morning mountain on the east  side of Sandy creek about .one mile from  the Kootenay river. Take notice that I,  R. Smith, free miner's certillcate 55,702b,  acting as agent for A. Thorn, free minor's  certificate 65,C70h, Henry E. Hammond,  free miner's certificate 55,60b, and An-  nandale D. Grieve, free miner's certificate  .55,GGSb, intend sixty davs from the dato  hsreof to apply to the mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the  above claim. And further take notice that  action, under section 37, i:iu?t be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements. R. SMITH.  Dated this. 25th day of July, A. D.-1301.  CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.���THE CHAMPION MINERAL  claim, situate in the Nelson mining division of West Kootenay district. Where  located: On Forty-nine creek about 200  yards from hydraulic dam. Take notice  that I, E. W. Matthews, acting as agent  for Henry Samuel Crotty, free minor's  certificate No. b-in,970, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of. improvements for the purpose of obtaining a  crown grant of the above claim. And  further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements.  Dated this lSlh day of July, A. D. 1901. ���v  '<-  THE  TRIBTJJNTE:  NELSON-, B. C, TUESDAY, JULY 30, 1901  IANK OF I0NTBEAL  CAPITAL, aU paid up.... $12,^.000.00  HBST    7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDHD PROFITS       427,180.80  Irord StratUoona and Mount Royal ...President  lion. Goorge A. Drummond Vico-Prosidont  . S. Cloraton .General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornel Bakor and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Managor.  J Branches In London (England) New York,  |!hicago, and all tho principal oiaes ln Canada.  Bay and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  _ Grant  Commercial  and  Travelers'  Credits,  Ivailablo in any part of tho *vorlil.m  Drafts Issued, Collootloiia Made, Boo.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  THE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  BANK  OF BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,       -     -     -      $3,000,000  Reserve Fund.       -     -     -     -   82,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $05,000,000.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President.  iavings Bank Branch  CURRENT KATK OP INTEREST PAID.  ELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  ["ROM    VARIOUS   QUARTERS   OF  THE  GLOBS,  ateresting: Occurrences of Yestexday  Condensed and Printed in a  General Way.  Robt. Kilgour,  Vice-President.  London Office, 60 Lombard Street, E. O.  itew York  Office, 10   Exchange   Place.  ���    aud Ga Branches in Canada and the  United States.  IMPEBIAL BANK  of   G^n<T^nD^.  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  BOSTON, 'July 29���Tom Sharkey  Vired the- Police News today accepting  Ln offer to meet James J. Jeffries before  the San Francisco Athletic Club in September. The details of the match will  pe now speedily ratified.  STOCKHOLM, July 29.���A forest fire  li the province of Jemtland ;has assumed  Figantic proportions. Three thousand  troops have been ordered to assist the  lien who wore combating the flames.  |��he hot weather continues here.  LONDON, July 29.���King Edward ('is-  Iributed medals this afternoon at Marl-  loro. Winston Spencer Churchill, the  l.'ar correspondent, former Hussar ofii-  Jcr, and now member of parliament for  |11dham, was among the recipients.  NEW YORK, July 29.���A cablegram  jvas received here today from Paris au-  Ihorizing tho cnterirtg of the autoniobil-  Ists Charron, Fournier aud Sloan for  lhe race to be held under the auspices  \i the Pan-American exposition in Sep-"  Jeniber.   i.      '  BERLIN, July" 29.���An imperial de-  h'co issued today announced that a scientific expedition under the leadership  |if-Dr. Drygalsnii will leave Kiel in  August to establish observation stations  tt Kergnelen island and at the furthest  Attainable iioint south.  LOGAN, Ohio. July 29.���Over 500 min-  lers employed at the Pittsburg mine of  ^Johnston Brothers struck today and the  mine is tied up, owing to the transfer  Pof a trackman to mining, which the  brainers claim was .in violation of the  ngreement-'of the company.  LCWDON,'    July . 29. -L,ord-   Stanley,  financial secretary of the w.'.r officn, re-  ' plying  to  a  juestion   in  the  house -of  commons   today,   said ��� the   number   oC  Boers made prisoner and who had surrendered since  the declaration of war  totaled up to July 1st, 33,258.  BURLINGTON,   Iowa,   July   29.���Re-  ^ ports received here show that the drouth  in  Southeastern  Iowa has   been   effectually broken by a heavy, rain, which  lasted- all -"night.   It is believed that the  rain arrived in time to largely save the  corn, crop in this section of the state.  NAPLES, July 29.-12:20 p; ni.���Signor  , Crispi, at this hour, is sinking.   His con-  i ditipu is most grave.   Later in the day .  senor Crispi was somewhat improved in  health.   He dictated telegrams "of condo-  1 lence to the king, the queen and others  1 on the subject of the anniversary of the  assassination of king Humbert.  LONDON^ July 29,���In the house of  rlortls=today=lord-SalisburyrthC-premferr  *read a message from king Edwa/d to  ,the effect that, in consideration of the  .eminent services of field marshal lord  I Roberts,.- in South Africa, his majesty  | recommended that parliament grant him  the sum of ��100.000.  LONDON,. July 29.���A dispatch . re-  tceived herefrom Lorenzo Marques,"i-'or-  [tugese East?Africa, announced that a  [Boer commando accompaii^d by women  I and children had entered Portugese territory in the. neighborhood of the Lim-  [popo river. 'Reinforcements of troops  Ihave been sent to disarm the party.  GEORGETOWN,   S.   C,   July   29���A  ^boiler in the saw mill of the Winyah  [Lumber Company of this place exploded  last night, wrecking the plant.    Three  ! colored   hands  were   killed   and   seven  , niore injured.   A schooner lying at tlie  i wharf was  damaged  by  the explosion  and fragments of the machinery wera  thrown almost into tho town.  NEW YORK, July 29.--Tho Aineri<an  [board qf commissioners for foreign mis-  Isions in this city have received < flleial  ^announcement from the -trite department-at'Washington that vin**: 'Btlsyti.-d  [has conferred the royal :e;l cross*, lieco-  Iration upon MissAbbie G. Oh.npin, ���.'it**  [of the board's missionaries in China.  [The honor was given .Mis- Chapin bc-  Icause of her services darn-*; the sie**,<-  [of Pekin.  CRONBERG, July 29.���As-a resnK. of.  [the visit of professor Ito ���".'vers from B(-r-  Hin, it is officially announcel that the-  ���condition, of the dowager empress Frederick is not satisfactory. Her majesty  |has not left her apartments for the lar.t  [few weeks, and though medical bulletins,  lave not yet been issued they may soon  ibe expected. Princess Henry of Priib'-  jsia.has been at the Castle on a fiyii.g  (visit.  NEW YORK, July 29.���Sir Thomas  LLipton denies emphatically that it is  this intention to leave yachting in favor  jfbf the turf. In a dispatcn to ihe Her-  ���ald he is quoted as-saying that ho bas  [no intention of entering the uicir.g  I field. "I intend," he says, 'to have omit  i for next yeara cruiser of the Britannia  [type. Win or lose the America's cup  contest, I intend to ha.'e ti'ch a boat  [ out next year." <-���'  WASHINGTON, July 29.���The post-  [ master general has issued an order for-  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Intorest allowed on deposits.    Present rate  tliroo per cent. .'���.������  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  mally placing the American postal service in China on the. same basis as before  the outbreak^   The  order-directs  thatjhe United  States military postal  service established,, August  2,  1900,   be  discontinued, to take effect September  14, and also discontinues United States  military station No. 1 in China on the  same date.    The practical operation, of  the military postal service ceased some  time  ago  and   all  the  postal  attaches  have returned  here_oi* to other posts.  ^SHANGHAI; July 29.���The North China Daily News announces that there has  been a recrudesence of outbreaks by the  Boxers in the province of Shang Tung,  in  consequence  of the success of the  Rallied   villagers   in   Cha   Li   province  against the troops of Li Hung Chang.  The notorious Yung Lu, who.;was imperial treasurer and later generalissimo of  the northern army, has been appointed  to the lucrative position of controller  general of the revenue board.  7  NEW YORK., July 29.���Walter Lewis  Gray; who1 is held on suspicion jn connectionwith the murder of May Fosburg  in Pittsfteld;* Mass., was remanded for  further investigation in the police court  today.    Gray was - held  at the request  of a detective.    Gray said he was innocent and had no objection to being held  for the fullest investigation. - Unless the  'police get something to corroborate the  statement  of   the* woman   who   caused  the arrest of the prisoner he will probably be discharged when brought into  court again Wednesday.  LONDON, July 29.���The Shanghai  correspondent of.the-Globe cabling today says: The assurance given mi Ins  house of commons July 23 by lord Cranborne, the under foreign secretary, 'hat  the French and German troops arc only  temporarily here, is refuted by the fact  that both nationalities are making massive preparations for permanent l.ar-  racks,"which will take two yeavs lo  complete, indicating that many years'  occupation are contemplated.  LONDON, July 29.���Inquiry made by  the Associated Press- shows that '.hero  is no foundation for the rumor published here by the Daily Express that the  United States ambassador,- Joseph H.  Choate, had left London for Holland,  .not for a holiday, but at the invitation  of Mr. Kruger, who desires him to act  as a mediator in bringing about a peace  settlement. "With the exception of a  weci*"s visit to Sussex Mr. Choate ^as  not left London. He returned here from  Sussex today.  PARIS, July 29.���M. Sautous-Dumont  made another successful experiment this  afternoon with a dirigible balloon, bailing for St. Cloud to the Long Champs  race -course, around which he steered  the balloon aiid 'ascended and descended, ocupying 20 minutes of time. Though  hoTwas asked to .make an attempt to go  around the Eiffel tower, the aeronaut  declined, saying his motor was not. jet  working as well-as he wanted. The  weather ws cloudy, which may have  influenced his decision.  :  Capita!        -       -       $2,600,000  Rest       -       -       -    S 1,860,000  H. S. HOWIjAND .....President.  1). It. WILKIE ....General Manager.  E. HAY Inspector.  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  Till:   CURRENT   RATE   OF    INTEREST   ALLOWED.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. Mi LAY, Manager.  Farm Lands of Arizona.  -WASHINGTON, July 28.���According  to a bulletin issued by the census bureau today, there are 5809 farms in Arizona, with a total acreage of 1,935,327  acres,, of which 254,521 are improved.  Of these farms 1769 are owned by Indians; In 1880 there were only 101,128  acrgs of improved lands in the territory.  In 1890 the average "size of farms was  910 acres, and in 1900, 468 acres. The  total value of the farm land, with improvements, implements and livestock,  is Dlaced at $29,960,875. The increase  in farm wealth for the decade amounted  to 162 per cent. Of the total number  there are -71 farms of move- than 1000  acres and 814 of less than 100 acres.  Of the latter class the most belong to  Indians. The number of cattle is placed  at 607,454, and of sheep at 668,450. The  report shows that of the total areo of  'the. territory a ��� -little .more than one-  third of 1 per cent is improved. During  the last decade 543 miles .of irrigation  ditches were constructed at.a cost of  ?1,508,469. The prediction is "made that  ultimately a much larger area will be  brought under cultivation by ditches  than now. The principal crop is alfalfa,  of which 62,585 acres were grown in  1899.  m  to  9\  to  to  to  9)  9}  ^ oa OS 'J2^ *^ ���  _____________t^   ________!___________    ^*_F^55   -_0**_______i__)   ___________l_______\ ^____W_H *^0 A 4t^_^_v    *   ^^^^ 4 ^^^^   * ^^^^   * ^^^^ ��� ^B^^   * f^^_^   s ^f^0 # mf^F B 0^^0   9 ^^/_w m _____\^0 m _____\_W _, ___WW___\\_t      ________\W__f       j_r^r^_^       ___________0  Established in Nelson 1890.  TIME TELLS A STORY  antco all goods bought from me  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B. C.  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  9\  9\  9)  Jib  ���<fe.--.--'.  C. P. R, WATCH INSPECTOB.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  re always right.  0? ��� ��0 .^^  ���*5^*C���^.���'^  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  9\  9)  to  ^^'Z^'^'^-^'^'T^*^^'^*^*^*^****..^,.-**..^ >������������>/.  0't0,'00'00'00'00'JS^^'0Sr^^iT^7^'!^1^1^t^f^^-,r  Does  not  contain  any  harmful  ingredients, fronbrcw.  PUBLIC AUCTION  OF V/\LUA.BLE RE^L PROPERT/,  PLANT, STEAM TUG, BARGE, MATERIAL AND FIXTURES. -  c o nvc Fj^isr^r  MdORHING AND  REJOICING  Anniversary of Humbert's Death.  ROME, July 29.���The flrst anniversary  of the tragic death of king "Humbert,  who was assassinated at Monza, near  Milan, July 29th last, by Gaeteno Bresci,-  an anarchist, who was sentenced to imprisonment and who committed suicide  by hanging himself in his cell on May  23d,.is being celebrated today by commemorative services, throughout Italy.  Rome is the center of the' observance  and there are 10.000 visitors here on a  pilR-rimage to the tomb of king Humbert in the Panthenon. In addition,  members of the royal family, senators  and deputies assembled at the capital  to take part in the ceremonies. The  weather was fine and the streets were  crowded. The ceremonies commenced at  7 o'clock ih the morning, when the king,  cueen Helena, Queen Marguerite and  tiueen Laria Pia (dowager queen of Portugal and a princess of Savoy) and the  princess and princesses prayed at the  tomb of the late king. The royal party  afterwards attended mass. At 10 o'clock  high mass was celebrated in the Panthenon, which was impressively decorated  inside and outside. Very conspicuous  in the center of the edifice stood a catafalque surmounted by the royal insignia  and surrounded by innumerable wax tapers. Detachments of royal cuirassiers  were posted about the.. building and  other troops cordoned the Panthenon  square. Representatives of the-x king,  the knights of the Order of the Ahn'un-  cuiatata, the cabinet ministers, the diplomatic ..corps, the city and provincial  'authorities, the senators and deputies  and many naval and military oflicers  were present at high mass.  The undersigned have -received Instructions from the Ontario Powder  Works to offer for sale by public auction  in_ the stable building on Hall street,  bewteen Baker and'Vernon streets, ar.d  known as the Reynolds stables, in the  City of Nelson on  TUESDAY, JULY 30th, 1901  At 1 O'clock P. M��� Sharp.  ANARCHISTS REJOICE.  NEW YORK, July 29.���The anarchists  of Paterson, N. J., will today celebrate  the anniversary of the murder of king  Humbert of Italy. It is expected that  the members of the fraternity will be  present in numbers from New York,  Brooklyn and Hoboken. Mrs. Bresci,  widow of the murderer of the king, may  be present. The anarchist newspaper-  published in Paterson, N. J., on Saturday contained a picture of Bresci surrounded with a laurel wreath. Alongside of. this picture Justice was represented in the act of putting a sword  into the king.  the  following desirable Improved  real  estate, steamboat and barge, plant, etc.,  Site, comprising 125 acres of land,  opposite Five- mile Point, with about  500 yards of water front, and good  wlarf,12 by 2-1 feet, with 108 feet of  tramway.  Six hundred feet of pipe- line, with  water right to 21 miner's inches" of  water.  Buildings, eight ln number, connected by private telephone line with the  City of Nelson, and described as follows:" One building 16 x 40 feet, 1 building 16 x 40 feet, 1 building 20 x 20 feet,  =L=building-24=x=60��feet^l=building=20.x=30-  teet, 1 workshop 20 x 20 feet, dwelling  house 14x24 feet.  Steamboat "Red Star" and scow.,  One 12-horse power boiler and engine, on wheels.  One upright boiler with engine and  fittings.  About 100 cases of gutta percha fuse,  125,000 detonators, etc.  About 90 iron drums, used as oil  tanks, culvert's and sewage purposes.  Two Fairbanlc scales,: of one ton capacity, also tools, household utensils,  and other articles too numerous.to.mention, a list of which may be seen at the  works, at the Nelson'office of the company or at the office of the auctioneers.  Office furnishings consisting, of one  roll'top desk, one.J. & J. Taylor safe,  ten foot length standii.g desk, letter  nrrsses with sinnd,.office counter v.'lth  twelve drawers, stools, chairs, etc.,  Intending purchasers may inspect any  of the abovo articl^'by<( consulting with  H. Maepherson, Nelspn^agentjjat 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 oyer ?100 terms  will b3 announced at time of sale with,  other rondilions.  For further particulars apply to the  undersigned auctioneers, or to '  H. MACPHERSON, Madden Block,  Agent Ontario Powder Works, ijelson.  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON, B. G.  TELEPHONE NO, 219.    P. 0. BOX 688.  NIARBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRICi-; AND LI[V|[ .....  The Mansfield Manufacturing Company  have the above mentioned building materials  for sale at reasonable prices. Special quotations to builders and contractors for large  orders.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BHKWEB3 AND BOTTLKBS O*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  deiiverr to tha tr��at      Brewery tt Nelson  ���5* 4..{. .J. ���.;. Jt. Jt. .5. .J. .J. .J.' q. .j. .j. ,j. _j_ _j. ^  'b All Dominion government, pro- *b  ���b vincial government, and legal ad- *b  ���b vertisements,   such   as   sheriff's -J-  -!*��� sales, etc., will be charged ONE *b  'b CENT A WORD for the first in- *  -!������ sertion   and  ONE-HALF   CENT *  ���b A WORD for  each' consecutive -:���>  ���b subsequent insertion. ���_���  'b -b 'b -b-i- -b -i"b -b -b -b "b -b "b ���!��� ���*!��� -b "b  ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  0  lanuiae  convc^^-isr-y  OFFICE:    BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON, B. C.  TELEPHONE NO. 219.    P. 0  BOX 638  urns  r  ��  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,   Sandon,   Silvertor, Nev  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Oity, Mid  way, and Vancouver,  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ' ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  W-HOLKSj&LB and retail  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  nvn "vomit * TTu-vTin-'o  K. W: C BLOCK  WARD STREET  ORnmRR BY wait, Rrcp.Kivv n*R1*i'<,nT,  CHAS. A. WATERMAN 4 00  AUCTIONEERS.  ROOMS 14 and 15.      K. W. C. BLOCK, Nolson  SALE OF REYNOLDS' STABLE.  At the close of the sale of the realty  and effects of the Ontario Powder Works  the undersigned "will also offer for'sale  the Reynolds stables. This building is  on leased ground, with a three year's  lease yet to run, at a rental of $10 per  month ground lease. Terms cash.  CHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO.,  Auctioneers, Nelson, B. C,  ROSSL,AIND    BINQIINEERirva   WORKS  CUNLIFFE  &  MCMILLAN  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, skips, cngoF, oro bin donra, chute* unci ponnral wrought iron work.    Our oro cars aro  tho lje-*t, on ttin market    U'rito us for references and full particu urn.  SECOND HAND 3MAUI' IN KRY F('H SALE.- One 5-foot Pel ion water* heel, with h COO feet, "8 to 10"  BpirSal riveted pipe.   One 10x5x13 outiidq prveked plunder sinking prrnrp.    Kock drills, eLoping  ���'--. bars, &c, &c. .      ,     . -���  ;���.. .: '      .  AGENTS NORDHEY PUMPS.  STOCK  CARRIED.  P.   O.   Box  198.  THIRD   AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527.  an*  Nelson Saw ii Planing Mills  JLjIOVCITEC  CHARLES HILLYER, President- HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Hfi.vo just leceived 3,0"0,000 foot of logo from Idaho, and wo aro prepared to cut tho largest bills  of timber of any riimennii-ns or lengths. Kstimiucs given at any time. Tho largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings in Kootonay.  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICK AND YARDS:   COUN'EIt HALL AND FRON'T STRKKTS.  E.   K.   STRACHAN,   PLUMBER  [Successor   to   Strachan  Bros]  Havini"*' bought out ray brother's share of the business, I am still at the  old stand and continuing to do first-class work and will guarantee satisfaction in all branones of plumbing.  NOTICE.  CANCELLATION     Ol?     RI.SKKVATION  KOOTENAI-   DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby ghen that the reservation plucud on iliac particular parcel of  land, whicli may bo described.as commenc-  irr_r at th>j_ northou ���*. corner ot" Township  is.*; j-jigiu A, .Kootenay district, *,\ men is  als,-, tlip norineasi cor-ior of blcck 12,  granted to the Nelson & Fort Sheppard  Kail way Company, by crown grant dated  Sth March, 18U5; thenco due east 1G miles:  thence due south to the international boundary; thence due west alor-g said boundary  1G miles; thence north to the place of commencement, notice whereof was published  in tlie British Columbia Gazette, and .dated  7th May, 1S3G, is hereby rescinded.  _ XV. S. GORK.  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and "Works Department,'  Victoria, B. C, 23rd May, 1001.  NOTICE  OF  ASSIGNMENT.  Notice is hereby given that George M.  Fronk, of tho city of Nelson, in the province of Uritish Colurnbra, merchant,  carrying on business on Uaker street In the  said city of Nel.son, has by deed bearing  dato llth day of July, 3901, assigned all  Ills real and personal property except as  therein mentioned to A. P. Hay of the city  ot Nelson, in the province of British Columbia, accountant, in trust for the purpose of paying and satisfying rateably and  proportionately and without preference or  priority tho creditors of the said George  M. Fronk.  The said deed was executed bv the said  George M. Fronk and the said A. P. Hay  on the llth day of July, 3001, and the said  A. P. Hay has undertaken the trust created by the said deed.-  All   persons   having  claims   ngainst   the  said Georj-e M. Fronk are teriuired to for-'  ward to the said A. P. Hay, Nelson, B. C,  particulars  of  therr claims,   duly  verified,  on or before the 15th day of jVugust, 3901.  All persons indebted lo the said George  M. Fronk are required to pay the amount  duo bv them to the said trustee forthwith.  And notice is hereby given that after the  I3th day of August, 1903, the trustee will  proceed to distribute tha assets of the estate among the parties entltlrd thereto,  having regard only to the claims which  the said trustee shall then havo had  _notic<*. = =   And further lake notice that a meeting of the creditors will be held at the ofli-  cos of tlie under-signed on the 20th day of  July, 3901, at 30 o'clock a. m., for the giving of directions with reference to the disposal of the estate.  GALLIHER & WILSON,  Solicitors for Trusteo,  ��� K. W. C. Block, Bauer Street, Nelson.  Dated this llth day of July, 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT~CO-OWNER  To John J.  McAndrews or to any  person  or persons io whom he may have ir.uis-  terjed his iiueiest In the Black Diamuud  mineral claim, situate on the north side  '   ol Bear creek, about three nrrles from Hie  town   of   Xiuir,   lying   south   of  and   adjoining the Kv*!iiiig Slur mineral claim,  Nelson mining divlsron ot \\ est Kootenay  district,   and   recorded   in   thu   recorder's  oillce  lor  the  Nelson  mining drvisrorr.  j!uu  and  each  of you  are  Hereby  notified that 1 have expended two hundred and  twelve dollars and twenty-live cunts (.?*'n.-  ���2b)   in   labor  and   Improvement:-   upon   cue  auove   mentioned   mineral   claim   in   order  to hold said mineral claim under the provisions of the Mineral  j\cl,  and if wiihin  ninety days from  thebaic of this  notice  you tail or refuse id'- ton tribute your portion   of  such   expenditures   together   with  nil  costs of advortislnij,  your Interests in  said claims will become tne property of the  the  subscriber under  section  ���!  of an  act  entitled,   "An  Act  to  Amend   the  Mineral  Act, l'JUU.'" JOHN DEAN.  Dated at Nelson this 7th day of April,  iaui.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  To Herbert Cuthbert or to any person or  persons to whom he may have .trans-  "ferred his inlerest In the Blend mineral  claim, situate on the west fork of Rover  creek, in the Nelson mining division of  West Kootenay district, and recorded In  the recorder's ofllce for the Nelson mining  division.  You and each of you .are hereby notified  that we have expended four hundred and  eleven dollars in labor and Improvements  upon the above mentioned'mineral claim  In order to rold said mineral claim under  the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if  within ninety days ot uio date of this  notice vou fall or refuse to contribute your  portion of such expenditures together with  all costs of advertising your interest in  said claims will become me property of the  subscribers, under .section 4 of an act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral Act,  l'JOO."  FRANK    FLETCHKR,  J.   J.   MALONE.  H.    G.    NKR LANDS.  E.  T.   II.   SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nelson this 3rd day of June, 1901.  TENDERS   WANTED.  For the erection of a cyanide mill building for tho Ymir Gold Mines, Limited,  plans and speculations may bo seen at  the Nel.son oflice of the compnr.v on or  before Monday, 29th July, 3901. jVII materials are to be supplied by tlio companv.  The lowest or any bid not necessarily accented. All bids lo be in by Tuesday, 30th  July.  LIQUOR LICENSE TRANSFERS.  Notice is hereby given that-I inten- .-o  apply at the next regular sittitrg of .no  board of license commissioners for tlie '  city of Nelson, to be held after the expiration of thirty days from the date hereof,  for a transfer of tho retail liquor license  now held by. me for the premises known  as the Glue Pot Saloon, situated on the  west half of lot ', block 2, sub-division  of lot 'Jo. Nelson, , to AVilliam Walmslev  and James Bowes. '' THOMAS SPROAT.  Witness: THOMAS M. AVARD.  Dated this 28th day of June, 1901.  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR  TRANSFER OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE.���Notice Is hereby given that w-  Intend to apply at the next sitting of tha'  board of license commissioners for th"*  City of Nelson for the transfer-of the retail liquor license now held by us for th->  premises known - as the "Ofllce" saloon,  situate on lot 7 in block 9, sub-division of  lot 95, AVard street, in the sifid City of  Nelson, to AA'illiam Robertson Thomson,  of the said city. JAMES NEELANDS,  i S.  E.  EMERSON.  Witness:  CHAS.  R.  McDONALD.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 17th day o:  July, 1901. -   -  ~~ NOTICE 7~-     7  Notice is hereby given  that all  persons  having claims against  the  lirm'of Emerson   &   Neelands,   saloonkeepers.   Nclso i,  British   Columbia,   are   hereby   requested -  to  send  the same in'Jto  the said  iirm on1.  or   before   the "first  of  August   next,   the  said   Iirm   having  disposed   of   their  bus!-  -  ness here, and being about eto dissolve-tiie ���  partnership   existing   between    them,   tli.��  business of tlic'suld llrm will be wound iiy  immediately after the said 1st dav ot jVug-  Juiy.  J933.       EMERSON  & NEELANDS.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 2Jrd day oi  July. 3501.  iN'o. I?*" i *'.. .  CERTIFICATE  ���OK THE���  Registration of an Extra Pro-  * vincial Company.  "Companies Act, 3897."  I hereby certify thnt, lhe "German Minirip ami'  Milling Company" has I his day been rcRihteri'd *  ns nn I xtra Provincial Company. nnilcr'Um  "Coinp.inio* Act. IS'JT," to cairy outor cflectnll  oranyof the objects lierrinnflur set foitli to  which the legi lntive nuilniriiy of U,c LegisJa-  ture of Britii-h Cclunihin o lind--.  The head olllce of the Company is situate ii  Ihe City of Tacoain, Stale of Woshingtoii.  U. S. A.  The amount of tho cnrrifn1 of the Company io  one hundred thousand dollars, divided into ono  hundred thousand shaves of one dollar enctr.  ��� liehi-ad olllce of ihe Company in this Province in situate at. N'cl-on. and Richard Pai e, Labourer, whose addrens in Nclfon aforcs-aid, is the  attorney for tho Ci.mpnny.  'I he time of tho cxinlenrc  of  tho Crmpany is ���  fift y years  Given undci my hand Rnd seal rf oflico at  Victoria, Province of I'ri'itsli Columbia, tlii- 30lh  dayof June, one tLou-and Li^e hundred and  one.  [L. s.] S. A'. AVOOTTON  Registrar of Joint Compauics.  Thn objects for which the Company has been  established are those But orrt in I lie'Certificate of  Rci*;ihtr_iion granted to the Company on the 1st  February, IS99. nnd which app, ars in the Uritish  Columbia Gazetto orr tho I.Sth February. lS'rT.  *  WEST TRANSFER CO.  -,ii  "������> v  >-$J  '". * - .ri  ' ��� 4     ���'  '���-'.'' fl  ..,..1. .fit  '     _ -     "   *���-,  1 -y-    *      -v--i '  /  -  ,' -**   * I  -���;_-       ).-.  ��� ~ ������us.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming- and Transfer  Wort.  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial nil  Company. Washington Urick, l.irac *�� Mmir-  faclurirrg Company. General commercial hi;, uld  and brokes.  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  TKLKPRONK 147.  Office 184 BaKer St.  R. B. REILEY  i-ji*-..   KSSOIt   3"0  II.   D.   ASHCROFT.  BLACKSMITHS    AND    WOOD   WORKH.o  EXPEftI   KORSESHOEINC.  Special (attention given to all kinds of  repairing and custom work from outside  points. Heavy bolts made to order or.  short notice.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone XS.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Ofllce: Two Doors West C. P. R. Offices  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  Larzo stock of high-class Imported gooda.   A  specialty  of  the  square    shoulder���the  f *-hion In ennrn  shoulder���the   late't  TREMONT HOTKL BLOCK.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria nnd Kootenay' Streets''  P. O. Box 559. TKLKPHONK NO. 9?.  NOTICE.  Any persons acting as trackwalkers or sp  constables 1 or ' tho Cnnndian   Pao flc Rail  Company   during   tho Trackmen's  6triko  rcspectf trlly notitled that they are art! e ag  the best irrtercs'sof orenniz'.'d labor.  T. G. l\fcM*NM*MON,  Oigi.nlj'.eriJ. of P. T.  No ^cn, Juuu 25th, 1901. THE TRIBTOE i OTSLSOUT, B 0., TUESDAY, JULY 80, 1901  ��� ��� -*���-., -*.   .-,-. ~. ���������-���.��� -.p-^-  "���->rifTh*hYrf���r-^ -t"-��� ir -**���  tiaar in tyind that we Carry a Full and Complete Liqe of -Baif| 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. C.  NELSON CLOTHING HOUSE  ��� - ���   NO '219   BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTS!       BOOTS!       BOOTS!  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering'  discount sale of boots and shoes.  J. A. GilkeH Proprietor  REFRIGERATORS  HAMMOCKS  ���M--*r*ff*-|WTli.MW-1*^l*LJtJUi  r���*"  FOR THE BALANCE OF THE SEASON WE ARE  OFFERING THESE LINES AT COST.  LAWRENCE    HARDWARE   CO.  *;   ��� Imnnrteis and Dealers In Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  &&~B  BfC  E.   FERGUSON & CO.  "WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH'COLUMBIA.  We fjava Now In StocK  I     jjl VIVHI (Srnttle) BEKR. in quart* and pints.. It is fresh bottling, cx.ollont la  * i*       qrnl ty and moderate in piico '      .,.-,-;_.  125 BiKItELS "D^G'S IIKAD" ALUS AND STOCT just arrived direct from  London, Ensjlar dZ Thero U no superior tac.'tti:ng-rof Bass and Guineas. Pi ices  are lnteicsstirrs to dealt rs     , * ���   ,,''  Our Special Canadian Rye  Is growing In 'avo-.'   Sales are iiicreaglncr.   Quality and* flavor aro recognized.  We have it in bulk and in ca^e? 5j. and G*.  We cutv a l'-r^e and very fine stock of Cigirf*.    A full range of Union goods.  Jii*-t received another shipment of Grand.-.'a pure Havana goods.  IN HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS.  ~ WEi-CLSd^^^EIrltoDS-  HoaMon Block. Bakei-Street. JOHN    A       IRVING     &    GO  Talapho.ne.181    P. O. Box.176.    ..      -..'WwlllV   jTL.     Ul T 1 11 VJ     tX"    \J\J.  r-  D. WlcARTHUR  HALPH CLARK, I. O NELSON,  Undui taker, Night Call 13?, Manager  Furniture Dealers  Fuqeral Directors  and Embalmers  mm WANTED  On the construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway In tho Lardo district.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Fred Irvine- & Oo. announce a special  sale of house furnishings for tire remainder of the week.  * *   *  The views printed on the first page of  today's   Tribune   are   frcm   photography  taker, by Wadds J'rothors, Nelson.  * *  '*    '  Lewis Godbolt has registered the fact  that he is the person carrying on business  in  this city under the style of the Koyal  Shoe Store.  * *   *  Mayo.- Fletcher Is of opinion that there  Is Jl piece of Ir.nd. about a mile from town,  on the line of the Nelson-Granite wagon  road, that is in every way suitable for  recreation grounds and race (rack.  �� .��   *  John W. Dow of Creston is in Nelson.  He reports quite a number of settlers locating in the neighborhoood of that village, and that much of the hind .suitable  for cultivation has already been taken up.  ....        *   .   ���  Four big-game fishermen, namely, AV. Vt.  Barn father, H. D. Ashcrort, W. A. Ward,  C. .,H.- .Ink, caught ten trout on Saturday in -Kootenay. river. The smallest  weighed one pound, the largest 16 ounce:*..  V   i ,.��**. ;���.���������  R. W. Drew will start on his holiday trip  on Thursday. .During his absence his duties as local freight agent for the.Canadian. Pacific will be attended to. by. Jack  Fox, and W, McMillan will succeed. Fox  as cashier. ������.'���.'_.  ��� *   *   *  In the estate of Robert Eassoh. deceased,  ��� Vj.'C- Wragge, acting for the widow. Belle  Easson, secured" an order from judge Forin  for the Issuing of letters of administration.  ' The .estate is returned as being under ?500  ln value.  ....,.- *   *   *  .Nelson takes.third rank ampn**;. the  : cities, of the province in point of successful  high' school entrance examinations. The  percentage of Victoria was 92, that of Vancouver 8S and a fraction, and that of. tho  Nelson school S7.  t   .   .  ..Lieutenant Nickerson, who has the honor  of being fhe first to win tho Victoria Cross,  is a nephew of J. II. Nickerson of this  city. He was not serving with the Cana  dlan contingents, but was attached to one  of the imperial regiments.  * *   *  A meeting of the llee'nse commissioner*  for the Ainsworth district hap been called  to meet In Katie on Tlmrsdxy pveiimn to  cnnsi.lor the appli'Mtion of Acluli^n ,L  >:alnville for a lintel license for the'premises n-rar the S-Mlvc- Hill mine at Ciawford  Bay.  ��   ��   *  The A\'est Kootenf>y Power & Lij-ht Company's line was knocked down yesterday  by one of the blasts on tho "wagon road  whuh tho etiv-oMi.TK.nt is building ever  the old Forty-nine creek trail. The broak  tied the tramway eompany up for a  couple of hours.  * ��� **  AVilliam Whirley of S'.oeon Junction, wl.o  was buiind ,-ivi'r to l:o��p Llic peace on Saturday, for threatening James Kinney; yesterday produced J. L. Pui day .is his surety  in the sum. ol $200, who was accepted b>  J. i K. Strachan, the justice before whoi.i  "Whitley was cornicced.  * *   *  ��� Mr;?. E McLaughlin has moved her millinery store -from Baker street to her own  building on Vernon street, east of-Hall,  when she will be pleased 'to' see' hei"patrons. -In the course of a few weeks'Mrs.  McLaughlin will leave fer lhe East.' to  purchascdier fall and winter stock of millinery   goods.  * *   *  ���There were just six tenders received for  the-construction of the high school building.' That of W: G. Gillett was the lowest  by over $1500. Exclusive of the heating the  tender of John' Toye was S59G35, which Is  said to have been the next'In point of cost  to that of alderman Gillett. The other tenderers were William Lawr, L. W. Kribbs,  Ellis & Martin, and Mariin Madden.  * *   *  Provincial constable J. A. Dinsmore of  Grand Forks, arrived in Nelson last evening with John Guba In "charge. Guba'was  tried before junior county court judge  Leamey for an offense against section 174  of the criminal code. He was found guilty  and sentenced to five years', imprisonment.  I-Te" will be'removed from the Nelson jail  to  the penitentiary at  New Westminster.  * *   *  The big-derrick at the postoffice site met  lion house and going up to one oi! th<*  Nakusp hotels.and playing cards. In order  to save the money' his wife took it and ran  off into the bush. This angered trie husband and he started after her with a revolver, firing one or two shots after her.  The prisoner was admitted to,bail in hin:-  self for $500 and two sureties of.$250 each.  * '��� ���  i Stephen Irvine, who is employed as fore-'  man on the construction of the telephone  companys lines was the defendant in a police court case yesterday upon a charge  of unlawful injury to a shade tree on Cedar  street. There was no attempt on the part  of the prosecution to press the charge,  the Idea being to impress upon the linemen the necessity of securing the consent  of the city engineer before proceeding to  prune i.ny shade trees found to interfere  with the stringing of telephone or other  wires. When this obligation had been duly  set out.tho case against Irvine was drop-  lied without costs. ...  The motion of sheriff Tuck to have the  judgment creditors of J. A. MacKinnon &  Company and McNaught' of the Hampton  group fight out the legal points7involved  in the MacKinnon interest in, the. Hampton  group will .come X*efoi*e jijijj.o'- Forin on  I'lmrsday. This', j ease.' will .jLi.irii, up the  court's interpretation/,of a/cbii'ple of sections in the mineral 'act. **|tacKlnnon was  the owner af. a, y-iarter .interest In the  Hampton group, of,''.claims in the Slocan  when the sheriff. made, a seizure to satisfy  a judgment." Shortly.''after. .MacKinnon allowed his free miner?:'.certificate to run out  when McNaii-flit 'jit; once, 'claimed the interest under that section of' tlie'act which  provided that in case.of a co-owner allowing his certificate,.tq.'..lapse/his.,interest in  co-ewned property becomes vested'iii his  cc-owners. The Haiript-iii-is said'to be the  richest property in the Slnean, the owners  having a paystreak which is said to average 900 buiices in silver tci the-ton.*    . ���  The Seventh Day Adventists are haying  .some difficulty In getting their sect planted  In this city. They originally planted tholr  tent on one of the vacant lots within the  fire limits, when they ran foul of the fire  wardens. Then as a compromise they were  given permission to pitch it on the unused  portion Of Hendryx street, between Baker  and Vernon streets. This agreement has  not been very well received by the residents in that neighborhood, and at the  meeting of the city council last evening  John Toye was on hand to urge his objections. He admitted that the Adventists  had not yet got down, to business, but Wits  of the opinion that when they did they  would be a nuisance. Mayor Fletcher expressed the opinion that the Adventists  should be given an equal chance with the  merry-go-rounds and other side shows,  and until they had shown themselves to  ba a nuisance he��was opposed to moving  them. There are but= four of the Adventists in the party, and for the present they  will be allowed to hold the fort on the  street.  PERSONAL.  XV.  A.  Simpson  of 'Craiibrook  Is  at  the  Pueeri's. ''  i    '    tt  C.  s!   Russell/bf  Portland,  Maine,  is at  the Hume-.  *   *   i  FiLCi-L Undertaking Parlors in Citj'.  Only llpnr.se in City.  The Reliable House Ftiini.-lier.s.  A complete line  of  all  kinds   of  Furniture.      Our   warerQoma    are  now   overstocked   with   high-class  ������roods of all kind-*. Carload of cheap,  Bedroom Suites just received.     To  make room for our  fall  goods  we  are selling at.Eai-tern prices:  Veranda Chairs $4 50  IJaby Carriages from $10 up  Go Carts from $2.50 up  Reclining Go Carts from $12.50 up  Reception, Easy and Largo Rockers  Parlor Suites, Leather Cuairs  Conches, Lounges and Divans  Iron Betid $5 and up  Brass Beds $25 and up.  Carpets, Rugn, Floor Matting,  Linoleums and Oil Cloth selling at  almost cost.  We can furnish your house 10 per  rent cheaper than elsewhere.  Sole ngent'. for the Marshall  *5Liuit*ry Aluttieas.      ,  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  In order to secure men without delay  .ordinary labor will be paid $2.25 per day  and axemen $2.50 per day.  GOOD STATION WORK  CAN BE SECURED.  For   further   particulars   apply   to   the  Nelson  Employment Agencies  or to  CARLSON & PORTER  CONTRACTORS.  "^with an acident"^wIIicli"lucKlly was no't~at~  tenele'd with any serious results. The big  boom was being moved around for the purpose of lifting some large, rock when the  brake shoe gave out and. the sixty foot  boom .fell wuti a crash over the founda^-  tion where the masons were at work. Th-  boom broke into three pieces, but none of  the workmen were hurt.  ���. *   *   *  ..A. AVhealler renewed his application before juelgo Forin yesterday for summary  judgment in the case of Allenburg vs.  Ritchie, a suit upon a promissory note for  an Insurance premium. The application  was opposed by P. "E. Wilson and was refused for the reason that the judge held  that the contention raised was one which  should be determined by oral evidence at  the trial rather than by affidavit upon application for judgment.  * *   *  The third aiumnl li.ec-liiig of the Kcl.-jon  Opi'i'atic. Socity will be hold In the tipera  house.tomorrow afternoon nt 4:30 for the  purpose of electing olUcrrs and orgaiiiziii-,'  for tho se.i3on. In the past this society  has been particularly fortunate In providing entertainment for the citizens arid*  funds for deserving charities, and provided  the Interest .is maintained this season tho  society should soore even -fieater sue -es-  "ses. Much depends upon the oflicers into  wbyse .hands . the ,destiny of the aocictj  is comi-aitted for the season.  Thevsneak. thieves have evidently transferred '.l-ielr attention from the houses in  the city to the houses in the Hume addition. So far two cases of theft or hou.ie-  Oreaking have been reported to the pro  vincial police. In one instance the thieves  entered the house of E. J. Crickmay and  stole a pair of gold cuff links, clothing and  also a quantity of clothing and also some  provisions. The second case reported Is  that of Li. Gobey'9'- residence, where $5 in  cash was secured as well as some articles  of wearing apparel. No arrests havo yet  been made in connection with the cases.  * *   ��  Joe Sangnla, the Nnkusp seetlonrnan  charged with attempting to murder his  wife, has boen committed for trial and  will be tried at the next sitting of the assize court In this city. The evidence taken  at the preliminary hearing goes to show  that the shooting was the outcome of a  beer drinking social at one of the section  houses on the N ikusp branch. Having become drunk Sagala announced his lnt*m-  tlon of taking $10 which he had in the sec-  'J. B. Andrews'of'IfCaslo is registered at  the Madden; "' '    u' '������     '."���'"        ���  * ���   ��.  "Otto  J."Klotz,   D.   L. "S.,  of  Ottawa,  is  stopping at' the TPl'i'air.''"     '   ,---  "  * '   *  H. J.  Evans returned lapt night from a'  ,visit'to Vancouver.    -1   "'' "���      ���" '  * *   *  M. C. Bogle, the Bonner's Ferry logger,  is registered at the' Queen's.  * ������-*  J. A. Gilker is'conliried to his residence  by an attack "of rheumatism.  * *   *  James Lovatt of Pilot Bay and John Mof-  fatt of Salmo are' registered at the  Queen's. '  * ���   *  Dr Doherty, resident physician at the  Kootenay Lake General Hospital, and A.  H. Gracey leave for the east this morning.  They will be gone for four weeks and expect to see everything-of interest.  E...Nelson Fell of the-Athabasca mine,  arrived in Nelson from Toronto yesterday.  The deal which the. Athabasca company  had_jipon_the Venus propertyJnas_iipjLgone  through,   but  the  parties  are  said  to  be*  dickering for a new deal.  -I- -2- -I- -I- -I- -I- -I- -I- *i* .*b *b *b ���J- 'b -b "b -b ���!-  * Paid Locals, TWO CENTS a -I-  ���*��� word each insertion. No local ac- -J-  ���b cepted for less than 25 cents. ���!-  *i* *I** *b *b "���* 'b *b *b ���J** *I* *l* *b *b *b 'b *b -b *b  PAID LOCALS  .Nelson  Hotel  Bar.'On today,   "Punch  a  la Cognac." Try one.  Is a tonic and food as well as a beverage.  Ironbrew.  Installation of Officers.  On Friday evening last the officers of  Nelson Encampment No.' 7, I. O. O. F.,  were Installed" hy district, d-iput-, grand  patriarch J. F. Weir, as follows:  C. P., J B POLLARD.  H. P., F. J. SQUIRE.  S VV., G. 11. KEYS.  R. S., J. F. W^IR,-'   . '  F. S , AU-'HJSr TliOWAS  Treas., E. SUTCLIFFE..  J. W., G. ".V. HALE.   ,.-.''  Guide, JAME^.WADDS. :.  '.O. S, H.'F. M-LEAN-;.' '".  .  I. S., AUGUST "COLLIN.   ..  1st U.T., G. FVMOTIOj.'Sr  2nd G. TV,,- W. G. ROBINSON.  1st W., S'H. COIAVELL.  2nd W.,'-li. McLEAN." "  3rd W.,  XV. -H.- SMITH '   . " '  4th W., W. \V. BRADLEY.  After the officers -vyer** installed refreshments  were  served  and a .pleasant  evening spent.  i  Mining Kecorda,  Certificates of work were yesterday  -issued to John Cromle on the Granite,  to A. O. Lovell'cu the S'iri rise, to 11. J.  Storey on the Black Bess and Windsor, to  C. H. StillweU on the North Star and Tw*  Owls, to Frank Bowser on the Anaconda,  Coliseum, New Victor, Royal and Excelsior, to William Moore un the' 'Union.,' Peterborough and California, to*\V F. Morrison on the Summit, George Holbrook on  the Otago. to John Johnson and John  Wright on the Evening Star and Morning  Star. ,. .       '  Three bills of sale were recorded. In one  Frank Simpsoii transfers to C. H, Stii-  well of Nelson a threeTe|ua.rter interest in  'he  Cuba,  a threixi'uarter' interest in  the  s:.   :B"3r:Ej:e,s <& oo.  TELEPHONE 27  Store. Corner Bakor  PAINTS, OILS /\ND GLASS.  GARDEN  TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS  POULTRY  NETTING  RUBBER AND COTTON HOSE.  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  IsTELSOIsr,  STORES   AT  S_^IST3D02sT  North Star, the whole of the Myrtle mineral claim, a throe-quarter'interest in the  Two Owls mineral claim, and a one-fourth  interest in the Minute mineral claim,"'all  the properties being located on Hall creek.  AVilliam Harris transferred-to R. G. Henderson of Slocan a one-sixth interest in  the Climax, Polar and Polar Star mineral  claims in the- Alpine basin on Nine-mile  creek. Charles Cameron transferred to  Edward McDaniels and Allan Garvin M'c-  Daniels the mineral claim Purse on the  south slope of Toad mountain.  Six new locations were recorded: Sterling, on the east slope of Sandy creek, by  Ed. Brannigan; , Everlasting, on Bear  creek, adjoining Blind Canyon, by J. Mor-  rigean; Brean, on south fork of Porcupine  creek, by XV. F. Edgar; Merchant, on Hall  creek, by -E, Peters; Star Fractional, on  Bear creek, adjoining Center Star, by  Thomas Flynn; and the Roy, on the west  bank of Forty-nine creek, by John Miller.  Irish Members Cause Trouble.  . LONDON, July 30.���There was a -wild  uproar in the house of commons 1)0-  tween 1 and 2 o'clock this rnorniajr at  the conclusion of the debate on the taxation of agricultural" property. The  Conservatives interrupted Mr. Walton,  Liberal, with cries of "divide." AVilliam  Redmond, on a point of order, called the  attention of the speaker to tho interruption, but the speaker ruled that the  point was not well taken. Mr. Walton  resumed, but quite inaudibly, owing; to  the persistent cries of "divide."  Mr. Redmond shouted "police, police "  Tlie speaker said this expression was  disorderly.  Mr. Redmond���"Why don't you keen  order?"  The speaker directed him to leave the  house and named him.  Mr. Balfour, the government leader,  moved Mr, Redmond's suspension, and  this was corrled by a vote of 303 to 71.  Patrick O'Brien persisted in the Game  point of order and was in turn named  and suspended.   The bill'was adopted.  Is  sold  everywhere.   Ironbrew.  Try it. Ironbrew.  Special Bargains  IN  '     ,   .:.  .  Boots and Shoes  Notwithstanding that there are  two bankrupt stocks of boots and  shoes now being offered in this eity,  I ana prepared to meet the prices  listed for same, and as my stock is  fresh���just opened up���fiom the  manufacturers, I would solicit an  inspection before purchasing.  The results that I have obtained  since advoi-tii-ii-g my discontinuance  in business have been most satisfactory. The gie��t variety, of iuy  stock of clntliiiiK and gents' furnishings, with all prices 'marked ii-.  plairrUgm*ep^has~pi*o*vWf=an���iilesis^  r,ible factor in securing sales.  .Those   who  have  not taken  arl  vantage-of  my reductions  should  vail and comptire prir*-��s and   quota  r,ions   witli    thoi-e  'offered'  in   any  ither store in the city.   Kverythin*-  ��������� offei'od at eastern wholesale cost.  THE0   MADSON  Baker Street. Nulson, B. C.  Victor Safe &Locl^ Go.  CINCINNATI, OBIO.  .J. ��T. .J. .T. ��*|. .J. .1. .1. .J. ��J. .1. .J. .T. ��**��� ��J�� ��J. ���J. ��J.  ���I* Classified advertisements in- *b  -b serted for ONE-HALF CENT A -I-  ���*��� word each insertion. No adver- ���*!���  ���5* tisement accepted for less than 'b  -b   25 cents. -*- **I-  .% ��]��� ��������?����% ��\.��]. ��*��� .\..% ��*�� ��|. ��*(. ��**�� ������� ��|�� �������.��!*  ARTICLES FOR SALE.  SEWING MACHINES OF ALL KINDS  for rent at the Old Curiosity Shop.  -' for rent!   ~"   '���;���  FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS AND  sitting room to let; over Vanstone's drug  store; $2.50 per week. o~  SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON CARBON-  ate street, between Stanley and Kootonay  streets; bath room, hot und,cold water.  Kent $25. Inquire XV. P. Robinson, Nelson.  -FURNISHED FRONT3ROOM WITH OR  without board. Apply four doors above  City Hall, Victoria street. ��� '  SEVEN ROOM AND BASEMENT  house on . tho corner of Victoria nnd  Cedar streets; modern conveniences. '525.  Apply to J. Coxhead, Cedar street.  SIX ROOM COTTAGE AT BjVLFOUR  to let by the month or for the season. Immediate possession. Good lishing. Apply  C. \V. Busk, Kokanee creek. Phone Uija.  Or to R. 1-t. Williams, Baker street, Nelson.  FOR   SALE���REAL   ESTATE.  FOR SALE, RANCH ON KOOTKNAY  river; improved. Inquire W. 1'. Robinson,  Nelson.  WANTED.  WANTED - THREE     WIFLET     CON  centrators   in   good .condition.   Apply   An-  nuble & Dewar.  SITUATIONS   VACANT.  WANTKD���MO MF.N FOR RAILWAY  construction. $2.50 per day. Deck hands,  bell boy, night porter, waitresses, nurse  girl. Woman ���"cook", and wultras-, wages  $90 for the two. Nelson Employment  jVgency, Baker street. Phone 27S. J. 11.  Love. ���'.-."  WANTED LABORERS AND TEAM-  stert, for railroad: construction. Help furnished free. Apply at Western Canadian  Employment  Ollicc,   Ward  street,   Nelson.  WANTED BOYS.���GOOD. ACTIV13 Ai-D  reliable bovs to act as selling agents for  The Daily Tribune in every town in Kootenay and Yale districts.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  FREE MILLING GOLD PROPERTIES.  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. Tho Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C, Room 4,  K. XV. C. Block. ,- .        -  GOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospect's -wanted. Send ropirl  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, II.C, Room -1, K. W. C. Block.  . TEAS.  WE iHAVi* INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas in great variety, choicest quality. We make a specialty of blending te.is  and sell them in any quantity at lowest  rates.  Kootenay  Colfee  Company.  JAPAN TEA OF jVLL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured. Spider - Leg, Pan  Fired; in bulk er packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  THAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  we are selling at 30 cents per pound is  giving the best of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootenay   Coffee   Company.  FURNITURE.  D. J. ROBERTSON**; CO., FURNITURE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phono No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  now posstoftlce building, Vernon street,  Nelson.  DRAYAGE.  =FURNITURErrPrA=NOS���SAFES"ETC-  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson,,Phone :*7U, Prosse,.-'s second Hand store, Ware*, street.  '. CHOP HOUSE. ~  PIONEER CHOP HOUSE, JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  Baker street, Nelsou. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty. .Picnic and traveling  parties supplied on shortest notice.  Thn largest fire proof mifo works in tho wor'd.  Over three carloiias-j*uld in Koo'cnay in eight  months. &V  ICE CREAM AND FRUIT.  FOR COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE  go to the ice cream parlors of J. A. Mc-  iJoiiali*. Rakci* street, where every attention ar.d  requisite is supplied. :  "architects.-  A. C. EWART.���ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  Aberdeen Block,  Baker Street,  Nelson.  *b "I* "I" -b *b 'b 'b 'b 'b *b 'b 'b *b *b *���** *b **��� "I*  ���I* Cards of Wholesale Houses, un- -b  ���b dor classified heads, will he 4-  ���b charged 50 cents a line per -3-  ���l** month. No advertisement accept- -I-  ���I* cd for less than ?1 per "month. ���!���*  ���I** ���I" "-I** *b *b *b *b 'b 'b *b 'b *b -b' 'b -b *b 'b *b  WRITE FOR CATAL0CUE AND PRICES.  P.J. RUSSELL, B.C. Agent  2NHLSON. B. O.  ASSAYERS'  SUPPLIES.  W. F. TEETZEL &. 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, i.-ement, lire brick and fire clay,  water pipe and steel rails, and general  commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY' ELECTRIC SUPPLY- &  Construction Company.���Vvnolesale dealers  in telephones, '���annunciators,, bells, batteries, electric fixtures and appliances. Houston Block, Nelson.  LIQUORS AND  DRY  GOODS.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.-CORNER  Vernon and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars and dry  goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Company of Calgary.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P. BURNS & CO.-BAKER STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in fresh and  cured .meats. Cold storage'.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMi-  ted���Corner of Front and Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in wines, case and  bulk, and'domestic and imported cigars. .  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES  II. BYERS & CO.-CORNER BAKER  and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers' in hardware and mining supplies.  Agents for Giant Powder Company.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY���  Bakor street, Nelson, wholosale dealers In  hardware and mining supplies, and water  and plumbers' supplies.  GROCERIES.  A. MACDONALD & CO.���CORNER OF  Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale  grocers and jobbers In blankets, gloves,  mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws and miners' sundries.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIM-  Itcd���Vernon street, Nelson, wholesale  grocers.  JOHN CHOLDTTCTI & CO.-FRONT  street, Nelson, wholesale grocers...  J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers In provisions,  cured.-meats., butler and eges.  $************ Hi *** ********* U-  Hi : Hi  THESE  HOT PAYS  QUENCH  YOUR  THIRST WJTH j  - Anl!Ciisei'-llii*ch  Rerr. I'nb-a (Mil-  wnuko" Uei'i* Ciil-  gary Hecr, Peir*-  ta-rer & Co. Hcor,  Gosncll Beer, and  Double Jcrs-y  Buttermilk.  r-lANHAlTAN  SALOON  Unable Jims y  Duller milk.  Ml  \W  Hi  Hi  Hi  lis  Hi  Hi  *  1��  'f��  1��  1��  1��  t��  ���D*** ****** ** *W****** **** **1*  ^9********* *\i ********** ^.  | THE ATHABASCA |  i��  T��  1- Tonic Fi-/.-/. n very pi'nt, dilc drink arxl *!*  1X Riiirahlu fnr ihl* "Mri inul} hot, w atli< r *2^  'i' A fe-.v dining ��� hu d -y wiU uourplut-ly 2  1* euro ih.iL tired feci'ng. _J  'P   91  i}5  ROAST LAMB AND VINT CAUCE FOR m  1* LUNCH TODAY. ���*��-  It- '"  ^ -;-?���  *? * * * * ** * * * * \b * *** -3-3-3 * ** 2*  ros.  REAL  ESTATE AND -.-  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR-SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Oflice   on   Baker  street,   west   of   Stanley  Street, Nelson.  HUGH Jt CAMERON  INSURANCE,  REAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  FOR SALE  The wc.-ll known.property known as Roberts' ranch h.is been placed in my hands  for disposal. Property must go. -For price  and other particulars call and  n':0 ���  H. R, CAMERON  AOKNT. B'KKR STUKKT.  $***&.*.*.***.*:**.* *** Efetfttfr:.-**  (h. h. PLAYFORD SCO. 1  MADDEN   BLOCK  x NELSON.  ���I*  91  Hi  Hi  Hi  | TOBACCO   AND   CIGAR ��  % MERCHANTS t  91 W  ��                                  . W  (P                                  - ��  !�� ���   ��� ��� ���   ���'    ���    *  Jj| P. 0. Box 637. Telephone 117. %  V_\_ ',':.' '     ,��  %��� J0  . **:*****.*;*���*****��� *.*.***.*.**.**>fe:  FISHING TACKLE  WE HAVE THE BEST  FLIES  ASD   THE  BEST  LEADERS  MADE.  Minnows, silvor and (? >ld ai d Thnnloms  Silk   Lirros  Landing N'ets  Anda  plendid lino of all /lolling rcqu'sites.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-VV. C Block.       Corner Ward and Baker Sts

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