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Array i!0mMIUIa��emaaaMvmji_l_MX____mX___m__m  *���****��� "Wf*-*-  Minoral Prodtiotlori of British Columbia In 1900  $16,407,645  -..<*���  *^��$$fl  iniiirirnfiir'ir*irr  -^���<--"------^-  Mlneral Production of Kootenay in, 1900  $10,562,032  NINTH YEAR  NELSON, B. C, TUESDAY, AUGUST (J, 1901  FIVE CENTS  WAS A DARING HOLDUP  IIA.SKED MEN CLEANED UP THE  POKER GAME.  f,atlier Sensational Ending for a Quiet  Little Sunday Evening Sitting  at Creston.  The Sirdar hotel, at Sidar, was the  sene, oi a A'eiy daring holdup on Sun-  xy evening in which two men in.masks  Ind armed Avith. guns played a very  Irominent part. Nothing whatever is  tnoAvn of the robbers save that they  rjiade a good haul and got clean away.  The Sirdar hotel is owned by George  lionnie, and at about 11 o'clock on Sun-  llay night, while a poker game was in  progress, a masked man entered by the  L-ont door and another by the side door  that no one could leave the building.  the   newcomers   wore   red   masks   <*.nd  Avas   supplied  -with  a. six-shootor.  There were seven  men  sitting around'  lie table at the time and these they at  j>nce   commanded   to   throw   up   their  hands,   an  order  Avhich  Avas ���, generally  fbeyed without question.    To facilitate  )ieir work one cf the masked men then  Commanded    the   victims    to    line   up  trourid the room and Avhile one kept the  jiarty  covered   the  other   proceeded  to  lee what there Avns of value i 11/their"  Jdothes.    All  told the robbers are-said  lb have secured about $200 in .cash as  Ivell as a number of Avatches.    One of  \he number Avent  behind  the  bar and  Impropriated a rifle and shotgun, which  i'cre behind  the counter, as Avell its a  fox of cigars and such change as there  ras in the till at the time.  They then commanded  their  victims  to remain where they were until 'they  soultl   get  away,   threatening  to  shoot  |inyone   who   tried   to   follow   -.hem   or-  seck to find out which Avay they would  (Jo..'Not wishing  to  take  any  chance  il  being  filled   with   lead   the  victims  [obeyed, and in a few minutes tho rob-  lbors Avere out of sight and well on their  Iway to parts unknown.    It is-thought  [that the men' who performed the trick  I wore familiar Avith their- surroundings.  No arrests have been made so far .md  none aro expected unless the strikers  disregard the injunction, which is not  considered likely. livery thing taking  place' before the issuance of the injunction would come under the jurisdiction  of the state courts and arrests' for offenses committed prior to tliis date must  be made by the county officers, if at nil.  Tho work of serving tlie injunction papers Avill be continued tomorrow morning aiid is expected to last for several  days, owing > to the large number of  people who are to be enjoined from interfering in any Avay with the company's  employes. The day has been ijuiet and  no disorder of any kind is reported. Tlio  general attorney of the Western Federation is reported to be on his way'to  Northport for the. purpose of furnishing  the union with legal advice on matters  pertaining to the injunction.  DEATH CLAIMS ANOTHER ROYAL VICTIM  Empress Frederick Passes Away at Cronberg'.  Eastern Baseball.  Eastern���Providence 7, Worcester 4.  Nationals-Philadelphia 10, New York  0; Boston 2, Brooklyn 1; Pittsburg G,  St. Louis 2;.Cincinnati 10, Chicago 7.  American���Mihvaukee 19, Detroit 4;  Cleveland 6, Chicago 3.  RAILROAD CONTRACTS LET  Venezuelan Revolt.  PORT OF SPAIN, Trinidad, August-  15.���The revolutionary movement which  has been so long expected in .Venezuela  has just broken out. General Carlos  Rangel Gardieras, formerly president of  the senate -under.the presidency of Dr..  \t Rojas Paul, rose on the 26th against tlie  government of general Cipriano Castro.  It is said that he has raised the stand-'  ard of revolt to cries of "Viva el mocho  Hernandez." At the moment of writing  he is near San Antonio del.Tachira, a  town on the boundary of Colombia, with  '4000 to 5000 men, avIio. the Venezuelan  government admits, are Avell armed. Detailed; accounts cannot be obtained, as-  martial laAV' has been proclaimed and  censorship established all over the re-  , public."According to official advices from  ' Caracas last week,' the insurgents have  already been defeated by the government troops.  WASHINGTON, August 5.���There is  no news at either the Colombian or Ven-  -e2ueIan_legati.ons_h.ej^_^_xc^flrin_ _the_  ' cabled report from Caracas that a battle  had taken place between the government troops of Venezuela and the revolutionary forces under Dr. Gardieras.  Reduced to Cannibalism.  PORT TOWNSBND, August 5.���A sto-  |ry  of   death   from    starvation   at   the  mouth of the Agiapuk river, in the Agia-  (puk mining district, was brought from  Nome by the passengers on the steamer  'Centennial, and its a result of 14 days  I of unparalleled  hardship George Dean.  a miner, is dead and his two compan-  | ions, .Tack Houston and Joseph C. Thie-  ' ry, are at death's door. Houston will  1 probably recover, but there is little hope  [that Thiery's life will be saved. Added  Ho the story of starvation is a horrible  .tale that in their desperation Houston  and Thiery severed' the thigh of their  1 dead companion from his body and were  : cooking it when help arrived and saved  them.  Drowned Y/hile Bathing  SAILSBURG, Md., August 5.���Three  ���persons were drowned while bathing  [yesterday afternoon at Queponeo, on  jsinepuxent bay. They Avere Miss Ethel  IT. Phillips of Baltimore, "Miss Jennie  IWhite of Whitesburg, Md., and G. '-.  iRatcliffe of Sailsburg, Md. The Jiree  lunfortunates became separated from  lother members of the party and sudden-  lly found themselves in a deep hole. The  (ladies became frightened and. on finding themselves going down, graubeil Rat  cliffe. who was a good swimmer, anr  /dragged him Avith them. They were  [drowned before assistance reached them.  Northport Injunction.  NORTHPORT,    August    5. ��� United  [States marshal Ide came in on yester-  jday's train from Spokane.   He is accom-  Ipanied by Felix Pugh and a number of  lother deputies. The marshals are here  for the purpose of enforcing judge Han-  ford's injunction against the strikers  and Avill remain for several days in order to cope with possible violence.   The  [injunction  and  order  has  been  served  [already on Perry Burlingame, a promi-  jnent member of the union,  and P.  J.  IShea, the proprietor of a boarding house     ...      [largely patronized hy the smelter men. I 3:20 4-5 and for the three miles 5:01 4-5,  Budget of Boundary News.  GRAND FORKS, August 5.���[Special  to The Tribune.]���The Republic and  Kettle River railway has awarded the  following contracts for construction  work on the proposed line between hei  and Republic: First three miles out of  Republic, Beck & Hall; two miles near  Curlew, J. A. Munson, Avho has his camp  at Lambert creek; two miles between  Lambert-Creek and Curlew, John Lane,  Grand Forks; and two miles next to  Lane's contract, to J. Darrow., Negotiations are pending with other contractors, and it is expected to haA'e the  contracts l'or the entire line awarded  within a week. The charter is controlled by lion. J. R. Stratton and other  Toronto capitalists.  J. B. McArthur of Rossland is in town  sizing up the situation. He predicts a  great future for Grand Forks.  The Grand Forks Driving Park and  Athletic Association lias elected the following provisional trustees pending incorporation: Commodore Biden, Al  Traunweiser Alex Miller, James Anderson and Lloyd A. Manly.  Tho Vancouver Mercantile Company,  Limited, will shortly establish a general store here. The officers recently  elected aro: W. 1-1. Covert, president;  S. A. Har.tn-.au, vice-president and general manager; J. J. Connor, 'secretary-  treasurer; James Anderson, AV.' H. Covert and S. A. Hartman, directors.  The United States government, according to consul general Dudley, Vancouver, contemplates establishing a consular agency in the Boundary country.  The Grand Forks Board of Trade w,.  endeavor to have-it located here. W. T"  McDaniels is taking an active interest  in the matter. - ;  .   A  third  ore  train  has  been  put  on  the   run   between  Phoenix   and. Gra-  Forks, bringing the ore receipts at th'  Granby smelter up to aOO tons daily.''  There are noAV tAvo' newspapers in the  local field, the "initial number of-the  Grand Forks News having made . its  appearance Saturday. The NeAvs typographically and otheivwise is quite cred-.  itable. The enterprise is conducted by  Hall & Wilcox of the Phoenix Pioneer.  ' H. Turner, formerly of the Cascade Record, is editor and B. D. Hall of the  Pioneer is the local manager. . - . .  ==^Major*'RrGr-lMwards=Leckierformerly=  manager of the Republic mine, is in  town. He visited Republic before proceeding to Summit camp to report on a  group of properties for an eastern syndicate. Major Leckie noAV makes his  headquarters at Vancouver.  A. C. Sutton, barrister, has returned  from a professional visit to Nelson and  Rossland.     ��� ��� -  Pending the reconstruction of his mill,  E. Spraggett has secured a lumber  agency and anticipates that he can supply all the lumber required for building  purposes.  The Cascade PoAver Company proposes  renting motors to Kettle River valley  farmers, who will utilize the electricity  in pumping Avater from the river and  use the water for irrigation purposes.  Naval Maneuvers.  LONDON, August 5.���The naval maneuvers Avere suddenly terminated this  afternoon by orders of the admiralty  and the enemy's fleet was declared to be"  the victor. The final results have not  yet been given out, but the defenders  are knoAvn to have lost a dozen cruisers,  two gunboats and eight torpedo-boat destroyers. The enemy lost three cruisers,  three torpedo destroyers and three torpedo boats, Avhile they captured an endless number of merchantmen. The result is taken to be a practical confirmation of the justness of the criticism to  which the admiralty has recently been  subjected.     #   Bicycle Records Broken.  BUFFALO, August 5.���The first day's  racing in the national amateur championship meet of the National Cycling  Association was held in the Stadium  at the Pan-American this afternoon before a crowd that half filled the building.  The races Avell merited the large attendance. The event of the day was the  exhibition ride, in Avhich Walter Smith  of New York, holder of the one-mile  record, tried for the five-mile amateur  American naced record. He did the five  miles in 8 minutes 27 1-5 seconds, breaking the former record of 9 minutes held  by J. R. Dubois of Boston, Mass. He  also broke the two and three-mile lec-  ords of 3:2G 2-5 and 5:53 1-5 respectively.   Smith's time for the two miles was  MOM BERG, August 5.���Emperor William arrived at Momborer at a quarter  after 3 o'clock tills morning and drove  to Homborg castle. Thence, accompanied by tho empress and croAvn prince  Frederick William, lie proceeded to  Freiderichshoff, which ho reached at 5:20  o'clock. The bulletin concerning the  condition of the dowager empress issued at 0:30 this morning says: The  weakness of empress Frederick is hourly  increasing and the strength of the heart  is still slight. The relatives of the dying empress have been continually arriving here throughout the day and a  detachment of 150 men of the Fifteenth  infantry have come from Homberg to  do sentry and patrol duty around the  castle. By special desire of empress  Frederick, Dr. Waller, the English chaplain of Homberg, has been summoned.  At 11:30 a. m. it was said thero Avas  no change in the empress' condition. She  Avas fully conscious and all her children.  Avith the exception of prince Henry, Avho  is at Cadiz, Avere assembled in the sick  room. The Eleventh company of the  Eightieth regiment of Infantry, of which  the dowager empress Frederick is honorary colonel, has been ordered here  to be on duty at the castle. The authorities of Emden have issued a notice  that in consequence of the condition of:;  the dowager empress, ,the ceremonies in  connection with the opening of the new  harbor and the unveiling of monuments  to the great elector and" Frederick the  Great have been indefinitely postponed.  CRONBERG, August 5.���The dowager  empress Frederick died at 6:15 r>. 211.  CRONBERG, August' 5.���At �� o'clock  this evening emperor William conducted the members of the doAvager empress'  household into the death chamber and  led them one by one past the bedsid. ,  take a last farewell of their-. empress!  CRONBERG, August 5.���Closely following the announcement of the death^  bells Avere tolled and flags half-masted.  Visitors to the castle began inscribing  their names in a book placed for, the  purpose in the hall. It is said that the  immediate cause of death Avas dropsy  accompanying the cancer. The remarkable vitality of the dowager empress astonishes . her physicians. She retained  consciousness to the end. The --castle,  grounds are surrounded by soldiers and  patrolled by hussars and mounted police.  HOMBERG, August 5.���-The doctors'  statement that the dowager empress  was dead was given, out officially at  Homberg castle shortly after, noon.  Copies Avere posted in half the shop win-,  dows of the tOAvn. The blinds Avere-  drawn in the wiridoAvs of many residences and all flags were at half-mast.;.  A little later the principal street of  Homberg Avas filled with shoppers: buying black. Then came word that the  news was false. There seems little  doubt that the message came from .Freiderichshoff, although7 no one seems to  knoAV. Count marshal:Haupt,'���who gave  out the inaccurate announcement, has J  been summoned to Cronberg. The false  news Avas telegraphed wildly and many  German cities displayed signs of mournr  ing. When the official contradiction Avas  sent it Avas scarcely believed. Soon  after nightfall emperor AVilliam, accompanied by the empress and the croAvn  prince, drove back to Homberg. Whether  the-body'will lie in state has not yet  been determined. The' details for its  removal to be interred by the side of  the remains of emperor Frederick will  be discussed in Homberg tomorrow.  The dowager empress kneAV her days  were few. She had said farewell to  most of her servants, asking their wishes  when she would-be gone. It is understood that she has arranged for the  future of nearly every one of them. She  had expressed a desire that not much  should be knoAvn by the public concern-^  ng her disease, lest some should be saddened by the knoAvledge of her, sufferings. There Avas much reluctance In  summoning king Edward, as it Avas not  desired that he should have a long Avait.  COWES, August 5.-���King Edward received the official news of the death of  the doAvager empress Frederick on board  the royal yacht. The yacht's flag was  immediately half-masted. King Edward  and queen Alexandra will leave here for  Marlborough house tomo'rroAv, It is not  likely they will start for Berlin until  Wednesday.        c       7  WASHINGTON, August 7 5.���A dispatch Avas received at the state department from ambassador White announcing the death of the dowager empress of  Germany. The dispatch was sent to the  president at-Cantoni ,  BATTLE   LASTED 17 DAYS  FIERCE FIGHT AT PALO  NEGRO,  COLOMBIA.  Colombian government has uoav in the  field about 20,000 men and the insurgents  outnumber them and are equally well  armed. There will be no cause for  the United States of'North America to  interfere because of the revolution in  Colombia. The insurgents Avill not disturb the operation of the railroad north  and digging of the canal at the isthmus."  Insurgents Well Organized and Operating From Both Sides of the  Little Republic.  NEW YORK, August 5.���A. Diaz  Guerra, agent in this city of the Colombian revolutionists, today received information from trusted agents Avho had  reached Venezuela that a bloody battle  Avas fought at Palo Negro in the latter  part of May. The conflict lasted for  17 days. The battle Avas drawn at the  end of that period, the insurgents retiring when their ammunition Avas exhausted, the government troops being  too badly cut up to pursue the revolutionists.  By the Red liner Philadelphia, which  arrived here today from Venezuela, agent  Guerra received a bunch of information  in the form of reports, cables and letters  from the scene of hostilities. These  stated that general Benjamin Herrera,  i~who--iS-attacking_from^the._*Pacific^side,,  is at present operating in the department of Cuocoa; general Gardilla, who  is advancing from the Atlantic, is in the  department of San Tandar and in the  possession of Ocean City; generals' Castillo and Clodmire have effected a juncture of their forces and are at El Valle  in the department of Magdalena, and  general Mario has fought an important  battle at Jirardot in the department of  Chundinamaran, which is in the interior of the country, about 100 miles from  Bogota, the capital of Colombia.  Important and successful engagements  have been fought by general Herrera  at Tuinco and Barbadoes and other insurgent victories are reported from the  southern portion of the department of  Caucau. A great revolutionary , army  is said to be operating on the Pacific side  of Colombia. Information which came  to agent Guerra states that senor Valencia, minister of Avar, is on his way to  Cucuta to take charge of the government  forces On the frontier and that at Bogota the merchants, not Avishing to handle any more paper money, have closed  their stores and that business throughout the country is at a standstill. Senor  Guerra says that he has not for some  time received any information concerning the Avhereabouts of general Uribe,'  who has been appointed by general  Vargas Santos in supreme command of  the insurgents. Continuing he said:'  "General Uribe is a personal friend of  general Castro, the president of Venezuela. They have known each other  for years. Castro lived for a time in  Colombia, and his A*Hfe is a Colombian.  The friendship and recent meeting between Castro and general Uribe at Caracas has no significance in a revolutionary sense. The Colombian government  officials, however, openly charge that  president Castro has been aiding the  insurgents, but such is not the case. I  do not think he sympathized Avith the  government, because a year ago he ordered the seizure at La Guayra of two  of our warships which had on board  1000 Mannlichers rifles. 300 carbines and  three guns, a Maxim, Hotchkiss and a  dynamite piece. The boats and military stores are still held and if Castro  was on our side they would have been  surrendered before this. At the battle  fought at Jirardot by general Marin all  the government artillery was captured  and   the  regular   troops  routed.    The i  Aguinaldo's Successor Proclaims.  MANILA, August 5.���Miguel Malvar,  Avho has been recognized as the successor of Aguinaldo by the Filipino junta  at Hong Kong, has issued a proclamation dated July 10, copies of Avhich arrived here this morning, giving assurances to the natives of the continuation  "of an active Campaign* and expressing  hope for its successful issue. The proclamation, of which 50,000 ' copies have  been printed, purports to emanate-from  Batangas. It is a characteristic insurgent document, charging the Americans  with all sorts of atrocities. It recounts  the losses of guns and ammunition and  the death of four distinguished American officers July 10, all of which, it  says, the insurgents concealed. The  proclamation threatens general Gates  with death for treachery and Avarns all  Filipinos who surrender that they will  never be *.*.ble to live outside the American lines. Malvar claims he has sufficient arms and supplies to continue the  fighting indefinitely. The .American officials believe the proclamation Avas  really Avritten by Agoncillo (the former  representative of Aguinado) at Hong  Kong and that he probably has never  seen Malvar. Strong efforts are being  made by the police to prevent, the distribution of tho proclamation.  NO CHANCE IN SITUATION  executive committee of the Building  Trades Council and Painters' Union. Six  unions have united in making the demand for an increase of 50 cents a day.  The painters in Oakland are also expected to strike today.  Jumped From a Train.  NORTHPORT, August 5.���Alexander  Stonewitch, an Austrian miner from  Rossland, jumped from the southbound  passenger train, receiving injuries which  will probably prove fatal. Stonewitch  boarded the train at the depot under the  impression that it Avas the Rossland  train, intending to alight at the switch  and go sAvimming. When he found Lis  mistake the train was running at a high  speed. He lost his balance as he started  to jump and fell, his head striking a  rock. The right frontal bone of the  skull Avas fractured. There were also  numerous bruises and flesh Avounds. Delirium set in and the injured man became violent, 'six men being required to  hold him on the bed. If he lives  through the night an operation Will be  performed . tomorroAV ' morning to remove fragments of bone which press on  the brain.  AN ENTIRE BLOCK WRECKED  TERRIFIC   GASOLIN E   EXPLOSION  IN PHILADELPHIA.  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FORM  PRESIDENT   SHAFFER'S  ACTIONS  WATCHED WITH INTEREST.  Steel Corporation Gives Out No Information���Painters of 'Frisco and  Oakland Go Out.  EASTERN CANADIAN  NEWS  Wired in Brief.  MONTREAL, August C.���li. J, liarbou,  assistant receiver goneral, Is dead, aged  70 years.  HAMILTON, Out., August 5.���Thomas  Farmer. phulDgrnplier, died suddenly yesterday by apoplexy.  TORONTO. AuKtrst J.-Tcdiy is belli?  observed as a civic holiday here and at  Ouawa, Iliiiniltuii, London .md other Ontario  eltles.  LONDON, Out., AuKiist 5.���London Is en  fete today In honor ol' the return ol' old  London boys from .ill parts ol' Canada and  the' United Stales.  MONTREAL, August G.���Nathan J-iar-  low, a lineman, was electrocuted by a  live wire while at work on Ihe poles of  tlie Laehlne Hydraulic & Tower Company  in this eity yesterday.  MONTRKAL, AugUHt 5.���Andrew Carue-  gie has offered .Montreal SlCU.uou l'or a 11-.  brary provided the city will contribute a  .site and spend JIO.UUU yearly In inulntaln-  rrlg it. Mayor I'rel'oriialne will bring tlie  matter before the council.  STIRLING, Orrt., Auuiist *i.-S*>readiii��  of the rails caused the smith bound limn  on the Central Ontar.'o railway lo be  wrecked near here Saturday morning. Kn  gineer Lough was killed arrd llremnn Me-  Lennan and brakeman oearles are badly  scalded.  h.-A.MJL.rON, Out., j\ugust 3.���Andrew  Braidwood, street ear conductor, wliil'.;  ��� ������nil llni*- up a broken irrlley polo u> .i  wire last night received a .shock which  caused him lo fall off the roof of the carlo tho ground, fracturing his skull and  breaking his nose. I  ST. JOHN, N. 11., August 5.���The young  son of David Auslln. living near here, in  the absence of his parents concluded to  cook egs for himself by roasting them on  the hay. The egs were eooked, but the  father's barn, witli hay and .'arm machinery, were destroyed.  TORONTO, jUig-usl 5.���Tho '''veiling  Telegram's London cable says lord .Salisbury has politely objected to lord Rosebery's suggestion to add the words "King  of Britain beyond the seas" to king Kd-  ward's title, on the ground that many of  the king's subject!- in the Dominion are  not British, but of French origin.  PITTSBURG, August 5.���Now that the  suspense induced by the uncertainty of  the outcome in the steel strike negotiations is oyer there is less, excitement  here than'there ��� was last week and the  people are looking matters squarely in  the face. 'Everybody is watching president Shaffer, as it is recognized that  from him will come the next move in  this great struggle. Speculation is noAV  rife as to Avhen he will.issue the order  for a general strike of all the Amalgamated men employed in the mills of the  United States Steel Corporation.  . NEW YORK, August 5.���Charles M.  Schwab, president of the United States  Steel Corporation, returned to New York  this morning from his country .home at  Lorietta, Pa., where he went or. Saturday. He Avent at once to his office and  was^engaged for some time, conferring  with officials of several steel companies.  To an Associated Press reporter he said  that the steel officials had nothing to  make public Avith respect to the strike.  PITTSBURG, August 5���Just a faint  glimmer of hope that the great steel  workers' strike will be settled was embodied in a statement given out by  president Shaffer of the Amalgamated  Association tonight. When asked if he  would pursue the same policy in ordering a strike in the mills of the Federal  Steel, tho National Steel and the National Tube companies as he did in  calling out the men in the mills of the  American Tin Plate Company, he replied: "If it had not been for this de-  trmination on my part the general strike  would have been ordered on Saturday  night." Before calling out the tin workers and after failing to get any satisfaction from the officers of the American  Sheet and the American Hoop companies, president Shaffer sent a message  to vice-president Warner of the American Tin Plate Company notifying him  that under article 19, section 35, of the  constitution of the Amalgamated Association he avo ii Id be obliged to call out  the tin workers in all the mills owned  by t.he United States Steel Corporation  unless the difficulty was settled Avithin  a neriod of 10 days.  At San Francisco.  SAN FRANCISCO, August 5.���Officials  of the Pacific Mail Steamship Company  assert that Avork of unloading is progressing unimpeded by tho strike of the  allied unions in the City Front Federation. The steamship men say that about.  100 stevedores have been employed, 20  of whom Avere members of the union Avho  returned to work. This force of men  worked till yesterday unloading the  America Maru and it is said that the  cargo will ho discharged today. The  City of Sydney Avill then he unloaded  of her cargo of coffee. An effort will  be made today to discharge the coal-  ladon vessels Tellus, Matteawin and  Bristol. Several coasting vessels which  arrived yesterday have been deserted  by their crews. Members of the various  painters' unions have been instructed to  report for work and ask employers if  they are to got $3.50 instead of $3 per  day. If the demand is refused the union  men are to Avalk out and report to the  From Various Sources  NEAV YORK, August 5.���The garment  workers of Newark will return to work  today, tho employers have compiled  with all demands. Some fifty manufacturers and contractors are  involved.  LONDON, August 5.���"Clem Jenklna  won throe races at the Hurst Park Club,  August bank holiday meeting today,  takln,g the Hurst Park handicap with  Frank Gardner's Bidder, the Mortlnko  handlcni:. with Nippon and thev Scurry  two-year-old 'plate with Mr. Gardner's  Angering. ���,..,  AA'ASIIINGTON, August ,5.~T!re monthly report of the statstie��a.u of the department of agriculture shows the average  condlton of cotton on July 23th to have  been 77.2 ns compared with Sl.l on the 25th  of the preceding month; 7G on August 1st,  1300, 84 on August 1st, ISM and a. ten year-  average of 81.  WINNIPEG, Man., August Ci.--General  superintendent Leonard of .Winnipeg has  today issued a circular offering $1000 reward on conviction for Information that  will lead to the apprehension of any parties or party tampering and Interfering  with the switches or other property of  the   railway   company.  NEW YORK, August 5.���Announcement  has been made of the entries for* the  Brighton Beach trotting meet, which opens  on Monday next. On the lirst day the  cracks of the trotting world will meet for  the free for all $10,000 purse.' Thursday thc*  klngs���Cresceus, 2.2 .'I-I, and the jVbbot,  2.a 1-4���will trot .for a $12,000 grand special  purse.  PHOENIX, Arizona, August ii.���A dispatch from Jerome says senator W. A.  Clark has sent an ultimatum to the striking miners -it the ���.United' Verde Copper  mine flatly refusing to grant their request for an eight hour day. Nearly 1G00  men 'are out. The miners declare there  will be no violence. Only about ten men  are at work.  1 PARIS, August 5.���Another attempt was  to have been made today by the Brazilian  aeronaut Santos Durnont to win lire prize  of 100,000 francs offered by Mr. -Deutsch  for the aeronaut who.shall sail his flying machine from the Aeroclub grounds  at Suresnes around Eiffel tower and back  wtihin half an hour, but the Journey was  prevented by a strong wind.  BLOOMFONTEIN, Orange River Colony, August a.���Commandant fr'roiioninn,  =so!i^of=cominandant=J��roneinan=wlio=.iU=ls=  alleged shot a peace envoy named Mos-  gerulael, lias been killed near AVinbcrg,  after air exciting chase. Most important  papers were found on his person. The  British have captured a Boer convoy of  seventy wagons near Bouhoff, Orange  River Colony.  NEW YORK, August 5���Louis Helpern.'a  young man who about three months ago  tried to jump from the Brooklyn bridge,  committed suicide by swallowing carbolic acid and then throwing himself  from the fourth story of a tenement house  on Willett street In this cily yesterday.  Young Holpern came to this country about  eighteen months ago from Johannesburg,  South Africa, where his father lives. In  his room ho left a note saying, he was  tired of life and a will bciiueallilng his  life insurance policy and other property  to his sister.  ST. JOHNS, Nfld., August .">.���The Norwegian steamer Vera which struck on the  rocks near Renews on Friday night last,  broke apart last night forwind of her engines. Her hull is now in two pieces and  her bottom destroyed by the rocks. The  vessel is listed considerably, the decks  being on a level with the water. All her  movable g'.-ar has been loaded Into two  schooners, which were dispatched from  here. The weather confines Aire, Salvage operations on the sieamer %v|ilch went  upon the rocks nine miles west ot Capo  Race about the same time were resumed  at daybreak this mornng.  Fire Catching in the Debris Adds to  the Horror���-Twenty Lives Said  to Have Been Lost  PHIIJADELPHIA. Aits-ust 5.���A terrific" explosion in **. block of six buildings on Locust street, about 10 o'clock  tonight, completely wrecked five of the  structures and caused the death of from  10 to 20 or more persons. Over two  scores of others Avere more or less seriously injured. Some of those taken to  the hospitals will die. It is estimated  that at least 35 persons were in the five  buildings when the explosion occurred  and the actual number of dead will  probably not be known for 2-1 hours.  Later���The ex'iflosion occurred about  9:30 o'clock/What exploded and how  it happened is not known, but it is believed to have been a barrel'of gasoline,  in one of the three grocery stores.'The  front walls of the buildings with the  exception of one building, Avere blown  outward, while the floors and roofs Avere  blown upward and fell straight to the  ground. Almost every building for about  two blocks about the scene of the explosion had AVindoAvs shattered and Avero  otherAvise .damaged.  Every building on  the opposite side  of the street was more or less Avrecked  but none 'of them fell.    A terrible cry  went up from the ruins the moment the*  explosion   occurred.     Vv'omen,   children;  and men could be seen scrambling from  the debris, while the agonizing cries of ,  others   were   heard    in   the   wreckage.  From all the surrounding buildings injured people came running and fell in  the street unconscious.    To add to the  horror, lire broke out in the debris the  moment it settled to the ground and ire  less   than   fivo  minutes   the  great   pile  Avas burning fiercely irom end to end.  A general alarm was turned in for the  fire apapratus and ambulances,  and fit  tho meantime the Avork of rescue -was  voluntarily begun by those in the neighborhood that were not injured.    AVhen*.  thp firemen reached tho scene the flames  had gained great headway and were igniting the  buildings  across  the street.  The fire, however, was soon under control, and with the exception of a smalL  blaze here and there was extinguished  in a few minutes.   The work of digging  away the ruins was then begun in earnest.    Near'the edcrc of the debri** several  colored  men   were taken  out and1,  "sent to fhe hospitals.    AVhile the firemen  and  policemen   were digging  iuto>  the debris and hauling away heavy timbers  in several sections of tho wreckage, cries were heard coming from the  cellar of one of the stores.    Fifty men  with rope and tackle were immediately  put to  work at that point and   pulled  away   the   roofing  and   flooring  whicli  had fallen into a  massed  hesr.i.    From  the botom of the pile, doubled up, -.vera  taken a-man and a woman.    The man  Avas able to speak, but the woman was  apparently   dead;    While  the  work   of  rescue,  was   going  on   in   the  exploded  block,   hospital   attendants   and   others  :fkf  '5 *�����  ������'0  *t  ���5.-  -s  \1  Sandbagged and Bobbed.  CHARLOTTE, N. C, August 5.���Last  Friday afternoon a young man was  found lying hy the roadside two miles  from Charlotte in an unconscious condition. He was brought to the city  hospital, where he died an hour later.  The coroner's inquest has developed a  case of murder and robbery. The dead  body was identified as that of Newton  Lanier of Fort Mill, S. C, a volunteer  in the Spanish war who went to Cuba  in a company from this city. Lanier  was given knockout drops at a (luostion-  able house hero and was afterwards  sandbagged and robbed of his watch and  $S0 in cash. It Is alleged that he was  lured in the house by throe men, ono of  whom gave his name as Charles Lyle of  Knoxville, Tenn. The police aro looking  for them.  made a seai*cirof"airtlurflamage(rhoii3es  on the opposite side and almost a score  of persons were taken to various hospitals from these places.  The Ferguson and Pennsylvania hospitals were soon crowded with the injured. None of those taken to tho hospital have died up to midnight. Two  hundred men arc now at work clearing  away the wreckage. The buildings containing the pool rooms, clothing store  and the restaurant Avere three-story  brick structures, while the three other  buildings were two and a half story.  Mob Killed Negro Price.  NEW ORLEANS, August 5.���A ; special  to the PIceayune from Carrollton, Miss.,  says: The armed mob which has been In  the Taliaferro neighborhood for two days  looking for Sally Layton and others, during some time last night killed Will Price,  a negro, who worked for Mr. Taliaferro,  and lived within two hundred yards of hi.-s  residence, lie was found dead on the road  on Mr. Duke's place, some miles from any  place or trees or any place to hang ���myope, with a rope around his neck and mutilated with gunshots. The verdict waa  "Came to his death at the hands 'of unknown persons." It is thought he went  to the Tallafoi'i'o' residence and I old. Jack  Taliaferro all about the murder and said  that the plan was to kill both the old people and Jack, the youngest boy, while  Lynn was away, and shoot him when he  returned. It Is understood that the mob  have quit work and that Its members have  gone to their homes. No arrests have been  made of persons who engaged lu the  lynching:*.  -For  They Kept Money in Paper.  ELLIONSBURO, Wash., August r,.-  somo time Mr. and Mrs. William Taylor  of this city, larking faith in hanks, have  kept lu their home a sum of money wrapped in n paper behind a trunk irr a storeroom. A few days ar-u Mrs. Tnylnr In  house i-leaning swept the money out with  a lid uT rubbish and threw It on a j,||n -.if  refuse In ihe alley. jAfter a couple of day.-*  sin; thought uf iln> inniiey, and carefully  Investigated tin- refuse lunp. but tins  money was gnne. The package contained  two SIMI bills and ^iki in bills of smaller  value.  .    T&     - m  '"���-I  1 ���  -,4  'I:  .''/A I  -I  i*--|  *"*'������  J"S ��  m  M  'M  m  *T  >_  |3  II -7/  hW. L  m  51 >  ii  ���hi  i i  -c  n  ��� ;  i  t I  I:  Occasions do not make a. man;  only show what there is in liini.  I key S^.Ui^-,'���-'--���v^^a.*'^-a ���.���������.; i * (���ji*��.i- Z}*.K2.-*&a.tj*m I-..,-.** kusa  ���.~ZXV_.i*&&4!Stli�� Jir \  i-svj-rST*, ee it .'rt^T-T ���"*! 'I' -- >TJ"4*17! "T'"^*S!��TH3"S!Ja\*"J.'aa>'-S*f^ra-.'i'**il:  i--a-.l,j7--aiC**rt*****i'-i'^^  IU'  THE TBIBXJNE:  NELSON, B. C..TUESDAY, AUGUST 6, 1901  li"  ]?:*  \  >  .it:  .1'-  Iff;  CATCH  FISH  arations   and  that  Hies,  Nothing is so disappointing  to the angler as to return  home after a day's fishing  with an empty creel. You  may make elaborate prep-  take apparently everything  is necessary, rod, line, reel, easts,  tioll, bait, net and gaff, but unless  they are made of lhe right stuff it is  money thrown away. Vexation and often  prolVmitv follows. AA'o are careful In the selection of our fishing tackle and know  something about it, too. If you buy your  Ashing tackle of? us you will CATCH  "FISH, but, if you don't, well perhaps you  might get a sucker.  THOMSON STATIONEBY CO. Lid  Pn<*ns to Rent. jVBT.si'.l-J. P. C.  ���b -I-  > ���*"- V V '  -b  ���:* 'b 'b 'b -b ���  Display advertisements run  regularly Avill be changed as often as required and will be inserted in tho Daily Tribune for  ��1 per inch per month; if inserted for less than a month, 25  cents perinch each insertion.  'l"b  ���b -b -b  .;. .j.  4. * * -!���  ffyhz ��rtbmte  i  h  {  II  'Si  The Tribune has advised Premier  Dunsmuir to cut adrift some of the dead-  wood that is clogging the paddle Avheels  of his government. He is responsible to  the people of the province for the conduct of its business affairs; and if he  has heads of departments that have  ..cen tried and found to be utterly useless, no more consideration should be  shown them than'were they in responsible positions in private firms or corpo-  - rations. AVere they so employed/some  of them Avould have' been given ���������a.  month's notice long ago. 'Premier Dunsmuir possesses toe confidence of the  people as a business man, and he should  act as a business man would act under  similar circumstances. This is Avhat the  Victoria Colonist says on the question  raised by The Tribune, and the Colonist is owned and controlled by ' Mr.  Dunsmuir: "May Ave suggest that what  *��� British Columbia demands in a pre-  ��� " micr is only that he shall possess the  "confidence of the country? The value  "of a personal folloAving'in the house'  " is something, but better than that is  *? the knowledge of the members that  "���the country is behind the premier..Mr.  "Dunsmuir has never sou-jht to be a  " personal leader. His ambitions do not  " run in that direction at all. Ho does  " not care about political leadership.  " But he does desire to enjoy the confi-  - " dence of tho people of the- province,  "where practically his whole life has  "been spent, and where his whole vast  " interests are centered. As a British .  " Columbian, he Avould like to bo able  "to do something for British Columbia,  " and that not for the prestige Avhich  "would attach thereto, but because he  " is thoroughly loyal to the province.  " We feel sure that if he thought his  " surrender of office would promote in  -'any Avay the welfare of British Colum-  " bia, he Avould promptly hand his res-  " igna'tion to the lieutenant-governor.  " Such a premier is not concerned about  " the question of. personal following. His  " only desire is to do what is right. Mr.  " Dunsmuir makes no claim to political  "sagacity, but he does to political hon-  " esty. He has no ambition to make a  " name for himself as a successful poli-  -^-tician���but=he=:AV'ould=likej=Avhile=he=is^  " in office, to accomplish something for  " his fellow-citizens." All of Avhich, if  it means anything, means that the Colonist, the personal organ of the premier,  is in accord Avith the views expressed  by The Tribune. Premier Dunsmuir, do  your duty to the people of British Columbia. You do not owe the politicians  anything, for if they had had their  way you Avould not now he premier.  ���Railroad'construction Is fairly lively  in Kootenay and Yale, notwithstanding  the V. V. & E. crowd did not get what  they wanted at the last session of the  legislature. Four new roads are under  Avay, and the C. P. It. is making a  change in its main line which -will be  almost as costly as the construction of  a 50-mile railway. If this proves anything, it proves that the people, through  their legislature, need not pay a dollar  towards raihvay construction in Kootenay and Yale if they only have the  patience to Avait. Railways Avill be built  as soon as there is business to justify  their building, and sometimes before,  as has been shewn in the case of the  Kuskonook branch of the Great Northern railway. Premier Dunsmuir was  wise in not acceding to the demands  of the railway-charter mongers, and his  wisdom and display of backbone has  saved the people of the province many  hundreds of thousands of dollars.  There is little that is new in regard  to the situation at Rossland; Both sides  are watching each other closely, and  neither makes a single move that is  not reported to the other. At Northport,  the United States marshal and a number  of deputies are busy serving individuals  with copies of judge Hanford's injunction, which practically places Northport  under the protection of tho United States  government, all because Bernard McDonald has a shingle sign hanging in front  of a law office in Wallace, Idaho,   What  a travesty on freedom aud government  by the people!  Hon. J. H. Turner, minister of finance  in the Dunsmuir government, in an interview in the Victoria Colonist, shows  conclusively that the Memorial of the  Mine Owners' Association is an extremely reckless 'presentation of a case. He  loaves the Memorialists AVithout standing in court. As the Memorial has excited so .little attention in the province,  it will probably never bo heard of again.  It has gone where all the slush that has  emanated from the mine OAvners' newspapers has gone���into the Avastebasket  of oblivion.  Is Going.  The household furniture of the hon.  J. H. Turner is advertised to be sold  by public auction at Victoria, on the  2Sth inst. The finance minister seems  to be under the impression that.he is  going to London, notwithstanding the  other plans prepared for him by the  political wiseacres.���NeAV ; AVestminster  Columbian.  An Important Ruling.  LONDON, August 5.���The house of  lords today rendered an important judgment affecting trades unions. The case  Avas brought up on an appeal from the  judgment of the Irish courts awarding  a Avholesale butcher damages against the  Butchers' Assistants' Association, Avhich  brought pressure to bear on retailers to  boycott plaintiff until he dismissed a  certain non-union employe, threatening  otherwise to call out the union employes  of the firms concerned, and finally it induced the non-unionist 'to leave the  plaintiff. The lords dismissed the appeal on the ground that the acts of  Avrongful and malicious conspiracy Avere  not undertaken to advance the interests  of the Avorkinen themselves, but solely  to injure the plaintiff..''-'. .7  ������������WH-WUJ I -rirtlM II^UM-Uilli^g  .1. -J.  ���H   ��:��_   ��T4  !��*b -b *b. -b 'b -b * *b  Classified advertisements in- v*  serted for ONE-HALF CENT A *  Avord each insertion. No adver- .���_���  tisement accepted for less than *b  25 cents. '   ���.**  ��� i- ���_* ���!��� -b v -I- i- -b -b -b i- -b -b *b -b i-  ARTICLES FOR SALE._  BblWlNO  MACHINES" OF  ALL,   KINDS  for rent at tlie Old Curiosity Shop.  The imprudent man reflects on Avhat  he has said' and the prudent man on  Avhat he is going to say.  Try if. Ironbrew.  RALPH CLARK, I. G. NELSON,  Undertaker, Night Call 23S, Manager  Furniture Dealers  Furjeral Directors  and Embalmers  ���Worth  For  Oak   Center   Tables   ..$3 50  $2 75  Oak  Center  Tables   .. fi 00  -1 50  O.ik    Center   Tables   .. 5 00  3 73  Oak    Leather    Scat    Fancy  ,  l:oc-ker       .. 4 ?.[)  & ;s  Elm   Folding   Tai le   .. Z 00  3 75  Kim   Folding.-: Table............  .. G 00  4.25  Cane Veranda Chairs... ...  .. G 00  4 50  Ca r.e   A'erand a  Rock ers......-.'���_  .. 0-50  a 4 7b  TO MAKI-* ROOM  Fi'R OUR FALL  STOCK OF  CARPETS ANT. RUGS  WILL GO AT COST.  TO    CLEAR���BABY   CARRIAGES    AND  GO CARTS   AT  LKdS   TrLvN  CCST.  VICTOR S7\FE&LQGKGBy  CINCINNATI, OHIO.  Tho largest -firo nroof safe works in the wor'd.  Over threo carloads sold hi Kootenay in eight  months.  WRITE FOR CATAL0CUE AND PRICES.  P. J. RUSSELL, B. 0. Agent  INBT.fiON, B. C.  W. P. TIERNEY  Tolephono 285.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Office:  Two Doors West C. P. R. Offices  A. R. BARROW, A.EU.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of A'ictoria and  Kootenay Streets  1'. O.  Box 559. TELEPHONIC NO. 95.  FOR   RENT.  IMjEjVSjVNT FURNISHED ROOM ON  ���Silica .street, two doors west of Josephine  .street.  FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS AND  sitting room to let; over Vanstone's drug  store; $2.50 per week.  SEVEN ROOM HOUSE ON CARBON-  ate street, between Stanley and Kootenay  streets; bath room, hot and cold water.  Rent $25. Inquire AV. P. Robinson, Nelson.  FURNISHED FRONT ROOM WITH OR  without board. Apply four doors above  City Hall, Victoria .street.  SEVEN ROOM AND BASEMENT  house, on the corner of Victoria and  Cedar streets; modern conveniences. !"25.  Apply to J. Coxhead, Cedar street.  SIX ROOM COTTAGE AT BALFOUR  to let by the month or l'or the season. Immediate possession. Good fishing. ��� Apply  C. AV". Busk. Kokanee creek. Phone Gfia.  Or to R. H. "Williams, Baker street, Nelson.  THE LAKE SHORE BOARDING  house at Moyie. 30 bedrooms. Apply J. C-  Drewry,    Rossland,   or   Lewis   Thomson,  Moyie. .;   FOR SALE, RANCH ON KOOTENAY  river; improved. Inquire AV. P. Robinson,  Nelson. .    ���    , o , '  ��'*    --SOB?  * 00 * 00  00*00*00*00  ���0*'  3 (ft  00 -00 '00. 00. 000.00. 00.00',  __"- w_      __���*' - "������     ;__���'     ���_������     SS"-- 3J��~- 5*h_-^- _>���__-*- ^���.- __-~^ __"���*"*   __*r*~^ _��_-*��- a*--- ��_"���-  '-rev '>*'���* *,��*��. * >��*������-. ���*��-. '^"^ ���^_����^_v ��� ������__, ��^, ���,*___v ���tto^- "-ra^ ��� "-am ���'���t.fc,. ��� ^__ ��� ^  "fe  to  to  to  to  zxr ixzzxzzxxzxxxxxzxzxzxzzzxxxzxzzjxix;  LADIES' SUNSHADES  AT HALF PElCfi.  UMBRELLAS AT CUT  PE1CES.  ixzxzzxzzzzzzzzxxzz-izxzxxxzxzxmzxzxxxxzxt  V  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  IZlZXXlZlZTZZZlXZZZXT.tZXZXZXlZZTZXZZZ.ZTZXXZ  LACE ALLOVERS,  B      RIBRONS, VEILINGS,  ii       DRESS TRIMMINGS  I    AT REDUCED PRICES.  S"  tZXZZZXXXXZXZZZ-lZZZZXZXTXZllZZXT.ZZZZZZr.ZZX  to  ito  1 to  9\  to  FURNIS  *l>  CS THIS WEEK-  y'to  n\        We will offer during the remainder of this week special bargains in Carpets, |��  ����� Rugs. Lace Curtains, Portieres, Window Shades, Table Covers. Floor Oilcloth, Lin- -JL  y�� oleums, Crumb Cloths, and Ingrain Squares, at prices never before equaled in Nelson. jU  to "      ~ : ^      ~~: ' _~~  to:  to-  Lot of  FBOM   EVERY   DEPARTMENT.  to  on Wediiesday Nextifi  AVANTED ��� THREE AVIFLEY- CON-  centrators in good condition. Apply Annable & Dewar. -  H'BLPJVANTED, ~  Wanted-hotel cook. ��'i5 00; rail-  road men; woman cook; w.ntresses, waiters; laundry ��� girl. Nelson Employment  Agency, phono _!VS.  AVANTED LABORERS AND TE Agisters. for .'.railroad construction. Help tur-  nishecl free. Apply at VA'estern Canadran  Employment  Office,   AVard  street,   Nelson.  AVANTED BOYS.���GOOD. ACTIA'E A,-. jJ  reliable boys to act as selling agents for  The Daily Tribune in every town m Kootenay and Yale districts.  J^ST^  LOST��� A -GOD]_.,..(JllAlN BKACELl.T,  between Vernon- street and Mines road.  Finder please return to this office and receive reward.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  ~^Rl^^IILLiNG~GOj^"rROPERTIES.  AVe are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties- at once. The Prospectors' Exchange,, Nelson, li. C, Room 4,  K. AV. C, Block, v.  GOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B.  C, Room 4, K. A\\ C. Block.  ^TEAS^  WE HAVE INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas in. great variety, choicest quality. Wc make a specialty of blending toas  and sell them in any quantity at lowest  rates,  Kootenay Coftee Company.  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Leg, Pan  Fired; in bulk.or'packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  THAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  we are selling n.t 30 cents per pound is  giving the best of satisluction to our many  customers.   Kootenay   Coffoo   Company.  ���*ft  m  ���ZXZXXXIZXZZIZIZZXXTZXIZZZZI  B  p.  BARGAINS IN  t*        VALISES   TRUNKS ���  | AND  |       TRAVELING BAGS.  B n 11 x imggniiuniiimnsnan  ^"S^ **"- 00 -00 -0^-1^'-1^ -00 -00 -00 .00 .00 .  36  Bakep  Street  00 .00 . 000 .00 . ^  . -~��- >��ai,. *�������. ��� .-����i. '*����v '"���^''"^���k* .2^  -*_B '*l��_��><^? ^St�� **!�� -"SB* -^_�� -*^  00-00- 00-00' 00-00-00-00  ?xzrz.i:ixzzzs_irixzizxxiixxzzzxxxizzis:  8     LADIES' KID GLOVES  ��50 CENTS PER PAIR  B.        SEE OUR WASH  ���S KID GLOVES.  L       '  ai rxrxiximzm.;iTizxTxrrT.nr_r ; i ittttt-i-ttt-  ^���^t ^-^ ^**��^ "��'Jmi  ��� 00' 00' 00* 00' 00' 00' 000 .^r  to  to  ^^^EF^^Jz^Sl^^^^E^^^  P. BURNS' Ss. CO.-BAKER STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in fresh and  cured moats. Cold storage.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA AVINE COMPANY, LIMI-  ted���Corner of Front and Hall stieets, Nelson, -wholesale dealers in wines, case and  bulk, and domestic and imported cigars.  LIQUORS  AND  DRY  GOOZ?S.  TURNER, BEETON Ss. CO.-CORNER  Vernon and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in liquors, cigars and dry  goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Company of Calgary.  FURNITURE.  D. J. ROBERTE^-Ti!r7?oCr"FURNn'Ui-.K  dealers,' undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new. postoffice building, Vernon street.  Nelson.  DRAYAGE.  FURNITURE7TlXNOS,"^AFEs!"'liTcT.  moved carefully at .reasonable rates. Apply J. T. AVilson, Phone'270, Prosser's, second Hand store, AVard-street.  ice cream and fruit.;  for c6^for��T^and~7_^nve1?.Fence  go to the ice cream parlors of J. A. McDonald, Baker street, where every attention and requisite Is supplied.  =GHQP-HOtTSEf  PIONEER CHOP HOUSE, JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  Baker street, Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling  parties supplied on shortest notice.  ARCHITECTS.  A. C. EWART.���ARCHITE^JtT^O^jaTs.  Aberdeen Block,  Baker Street, Nelson.  KOOTENAY   COFFEE CO-  ************************  - Coffee Roasters -  Dealers fn f0a an(J Coffee  r7JMracnsiiao..i.,i.,��t.'.i~M..^j.-^  ^fF?vrTi:?x_A__'__r_\i________\ i.,T,ii' wimm  E.   F  WHOI_ESAI.E LIQUORS AKD CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  We Have Now in StocK  RAlNl! R (Seattle) BKKll in quarts and pints.   It is fresh bottling, excellent in  quality and modorate irr price.   . >  125 BARRELS "DOG'S HEAD" ALE AND STOUT .lust arrived direct from  London, Englnnd. Theio is no ssiiperior boltlings of Buss and Guincss. Prices  are interesting to de.-Iers.  Our Special Canadian Rye  Is growing in favor.   Sales are inci easins;.   Quality and Havor arc recognized.  We havo it in bulk and in ca^es 3s. and Cs. ���     "  We carrr a ]or-;c and very ilno sleek of Cigars.    A full rnngo of Union goods*.  Just received another bhipincnt of Granda'�� pure Havnna'goods.  ***********$************  We are offering at lowest prices the best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Janan  Teas.  Our Besf-, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound    Mocha and .Tav.i Hlend, 3 pounds   Choice Blorrd ('offee, 4 pounds   Special Blend Coffee, G pounds   Rio Blend CoiFee, (J pounds...........  Special Blend Cuylon Tea, per pound  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  FISHING TACKLE  *b ���*_���* i- *b ���*.*��� ���_������_������  *,** *-" "I* �������� *b *l* *J*  Cards of Wholesale Houses, under classified heads, will be  charged 50 cents a line per  month. No advertisement accepted for less than ?1 per month.  **_- "-I** ���I** *I* ���*���* ���".*- ���_* -b *b *b *b **.-  ���b  -b  ���b  *  'b  ���b'b  ASSAYERS'  SUPPLIES.  AV. F. TEETZEL, *i CO.-CORNER OF  Baker and Josephine streets, Nelson,  whole-sale dealers In assayer's supplies.  Agents lor Denver Fire Clay Company if  Denver, Colorado.  ._ ~l5?P^MiSSI0N MERCHANTS.  H. J. EVANS & CO.^ffi-CER^CREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  clfars, cement, fire brick and lire cday  wator pipe and steel rails, and general  commission merchants.  WE HAVE THE BEST  FLIES AND   THE  BEST LEADERS MADE,  Minnows, silver and frold and Phantoms  Silk  Lines  Landing Nets  And a pplendid lino of all fishing requisites.  ���_��� ���!��� 'b -b -b ���_��� *b i' -b *-_���* "���!* "J** -b 'b 'b *.-  Trades Union and Fraternal  Society Notices of regular meetings avi 11 be charged 25 .cents a  line per month. No notice accepted for less than $1 per month.  ���I- -b v -b-*b -b -b -b -b *b 'b 'b.-b ���b'b *b  TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-C. Blook.       Corner Ward and Baker Sta  30  T  321 TO 331 BAKER STREET, NELSON  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated py St��am 25 Cents to $T  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  -^553SJE��^i-_��UJL:>PI-IES-  KOUTliNAV EIjWCTRIC SUPpliy &  Construction Company.���vvnolesale dealers  in telephones, annunciators,, bells, batteries, electric fixtures and appliances. .Houston Block, Nelson.  HARDWARE ANDJVUNING SUPPLIES  H. BYERS &"cb.���CORNEr'"baKER  and Josephine streets, i.eison, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies.'  Agents for Giant Powder Company.  IjAAVRBNCE HARDWARE COMPANY-  Balcer street, Nelson, wholosale dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water  and plumbers' supplies.  HOTEL  BAKER   STREET,    NELSON.  Lighted by E'ectrictty and Heated with Hot Air  Large comfortable bedrooms and first-  class dining room. Sample rooms for commercial  men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  rs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  adden House   _GROCERIES.  A. MAUDUiNAhl' & CO."Coi__\7JiT~uli'  Front and Ilall streets, Nelson, wholesale  grocers and jobbers in blankets, gloves,  mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws and miners' sundries.  KOOTKNAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIM-  I ted.���Vernon street, Nelson, wholesale  grocers.  JO ft N CHOLDITCH & CO.-FRONT  slreet. Nelson, wholesale grocers.  J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET.  Nel.son, wholesale dealer.** In provisions,  cured meals, butter and eggs.  Baker and AVard  Streets,   Nelson.  The only hotel In Nelson that has remained under one management since 1S90.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and  lighted by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by the best  domestic and imported liciuors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNGTI0]. HOTEL  J. I-I. McMANNUS, Manager.  NO    219   BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTS!       B  T  BOOTS!  F6r a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale cf boots and shoes.  J. A. Gilker, Proprietor  MINE its* UNION, NO. 'JG.-'XV. F. ot AL���  Heels in Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday -evening- at S o'clock. Visiting  mem burs welcome. i\I. R. Mowat, president; James.Wilks, secretary. Union scale  ot wnj.es for Nelson district, per shift: Machine men'$3.50, hammersmen $3225, muckers, carmen, - shovelers, and other underground laborers *Jo.''  LAUNDRY' AA'ORKERS' UNION.���  Meets at Miners' Union .Hall on fourth  Monday in every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  m. 11. Piipe, president; A. W. McFee, secretary. ���--.. - ;      ;, "��� '":  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS AVIiD-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  in Miners'- Union Hall. C. J. Clayton,  president; Alex.  B.  Murray,  secretary.  BARBERS' UNION, N O.' 196, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets lirst and third Mondays  of each month in Miners' Union Hall at  S:30 sharp. Visiting'members invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. I-I. Matheson, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  secretary. ..-.,.  PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. Walter It.  Kec, president; Henry Bennett, secretary.  PLASTERERS' UN ION MEETS EV li It Y  Monday evening in the Elliot-Block, at S  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; AVilliam  Vice, secretary. P. O. Box 161.  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liciuors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First class table board.  IN HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS.  WE ALSO HAVE ALL KINDS OF FRUIT.  Ho OB ton Block, Baker Street.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON L^DGETNDT^,'A7rFrS  A. M. meets second Wednesday in  each month. Sojourning brethren  invited.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER  No. 123, G. R. C���Meets third "Wednesdav.  Sojourning companions - invited. George  Johnstone,   2.;   E.   AV.  Matthews,   S.   E.  NELSON AERIE, NO. 22 F. O. E.���  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of  each month at Fraternity Hall. George  Bartlett, president; J. V. Morrison, secretary.  ^IC0OTENA^-^iy-JNT^NOr--7f=KT=O.=T7=Mf=--  Regular meetings first and third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir Knights  are cordially invited to attend. Dr. AY.  Rose, R. K.; A. AV. Purdy, Com.; G. A.  Brown, P. C.  DISSOLUTION OP CO-PARTNERSHIP  NOTICE ��� IS ��� GIVEN THAT THE Copartnership hitherto existing between the  undersigned by the style of Lee & Burnett,  as green grocers, has this day been dissolved by the retirement of Harry Burnett, who has transferred to Herbert F. Lee  .j.11 his' interest In lhe business, assets,  good will and book accounts.  All persons Indebted to the said partnership are hereby requested to make payment to tlie.-said-Herbert If. Lee, v/ho has  assumed and-will pay the liabilities of ihe  partnership, and who will continue' the  partnership  business.  HERBERT   F.   LEE,  li.   BURNETT.  Witness: R. A. CREECH.  Nelson, B. C, July 15th, 1901.  DISSOLUTION OP COPARTNERSHIP.  NOTICE IS GIA'EN THAT THE Copartnership existing betweeo 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 due the firm.  Dated at Erie,  B.  C,   this  17th  day of  July, 1901. DAVID J. BROWN,         DAVID CHURCH.  CERTIFICATE.; OP   IMPROVEMENTS.  Tiger, Kitchener-and Last Chance mineral claims, situate .in the Nelson mining:  division of West Kootenay district. Where  located: On Morning mountain on the east  side of Sandy creek, about one mile from  the Kootenay river. Take notice that I,  R. Smith, free-miner's certificate 55,762b,  acting as agent for A. Thorn, free miner's  certificate 55,670b, Henry E. Hammond,  free miner's certificate 55,669b, and An-  nandale D. Grieve, free miner's certificate  55,66Sb, intend sixty davs from the date  hsreof to apply to the mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaininsr a crown ���jrant of the  above claim. And further take notice that  action, under section 37, ;..nu?t be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements. R. SMITH.  Dated this 25th day- of July, A. Tj. 1901.  CERTIFICATE OF IMPROVEMENTS.'  NOTICE.-THE CHAMPION MINERAL  claim, situate in the Nelson. mining division of West Kootenay district. Where  located: On Forty-nine creek about 200  vards from hydraulic dam. Take notice  that I, E. AV.' Matthews, acting as agent  for Henry Samuel Crotty, free miner's  certificate No. b49,970, 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.  Pated this 18th day of July. A. D. 1901: ���a-r-aggat-atrtggqaifli  \JKM��MtiX___!_I__t HB > ljB-_ttgeB-gBBB_HMS  wWrtMri  atwwawppiiMii i in , ijihii  THE TRIBUNE: NELSOK, B. 0., TUESDAY, AUGUST.6, 1901  �����l|-t.-rTl-*Tl'r>1ll-lr*nr- im���f|-Tr-llf"r*11'IIWTrr"~"  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL. aU paid 1P----$12.0<M,000.00  B.HST     7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  ���Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  K. S. Cloi'dton General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Bakor and Kootonay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches ln London (England) New York,  Chicago, aud all the principal cities In Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  TrfiTisfsrSn *"  Grant  Commercial  and  Travelers'  Credits,  available In any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made. Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT RATK OK INTERKBT PAID.  The Hill-Morgan Fleet.  The Hill-Morgan combination is rapidly accuiring a great- fleet of ocean  carriers for the Oriental as Avell as the  coast trade. In addition to the steamers  already .bought of Dodwell & Co. the  United States transports soon to be put  on the market by the government will  be 'acauired. Tlie whole of this great  fleet Avill be operated in connection Avith  the Northern Pacific and Great Northern  railroads. The official announcement of  the purchase of Dodwell & Co.'s Oriental  liners Tacoma, Olympia and Victoria and  their coast steamship City of Seattle,  now in the Southeastern Alaska trade,  was made recently. Possession of the  City of Seattle was given last Monday.  The Oriental ships Avill bo turned over as  fast as they arrive in port. The consideration paid for these ships is $1,000,000,  Avhich leaves about $225,000 as the price  of the City of Seattle, the Oriental liners  being ��ut in at a fair valuation. The  tCity of Seattle, purchased by the Northern Pacific, it is said, is to be used as a  nucleus of a line that will control .Alaska  rates and business, which has heretofore been somewhat demoralized. The  Dodwells will act as the operating  agents of the line, although the whole  steamship business Avill be placed under the general superintendency of A.  E. Law, now assistant general superintendent of the Northern Pacific and stationed at Tacoma. The next step to be  taken by the Hill-Morgan combine will  be to add to and strengthen its Oriental  line by buying in the United States  transports that will soon be put on the  market by the government. The influence of J. P. Morgan will be sufficient  to have these all offered in a bunch;  and he will '��� have sufficient capital to  acauire ail-that tare desirable. The com-  , munity, of interest** Avill be sufficiently  powerful "to prevent strongly competitive- bids.   -  "I don't think that the deal betAveen  the Dodwell Company and the Pacific  Coast Company will have any far-reaching effect upon Coast commerce except  that the rate Avar between Coast ports  and Alaska Avill be discontinued," senator Perkins said recently. ."The effect of  the deal upon the Oriental trade is its  important feature.. I know that Hill of  the Great Northern is reputed to OAvn  considerable stock in the Pacific Coast  Company. Therefore I conclude that the  deal means the consolidation of the two  traiis-Pacificsteamship companies. This  will make the service Avith the Orient  better and more complete and will in  every Avay enhance the chances of the  Great Northern and Northern Pacific  to obtain a large share of the growing  Asiatic trade. ' The deal is one of vast  importance."    A Lucky Negro.  Peter Postell, who died here recently,  was the richest nesro in the South.  Thirty-seven years ago he was tried ���  Hopkinsville, Kentucky, for having no  visible means! of support, but the case  was dismissed. Postell was born 60  years ago in York District, North Carolina. He was a slave and belonged to  JElijah Postell. Avho sold him in 1S5S to  ~P7~J7~Glass atTlichTnondrVirginla. Mrr  Glass took him to Hopkinsville! At  the beginning of the civil Avar he ran  away from his master and joined Company H, Sixteenth regiment, United  States Colored Volunteers, at Clarksville, Tennessee. He returned to Hopkinsville, where he was mustered out  in 1866. With $250 -capital he started  a small grocery two .years later. Since  that time he prospered in a remarkable  degree. He was one of the largest real  estate owners in'the city, and held much  bank stock, turnpike stock and other  securities. His handsome three-story  brick business block stands on the site  of the little frame building in Avhich his  business career began. His dwelling is  one of .the finest and most beautifully  furnished in Hopkinsville. He Avas a  believer in the higher education of his  race. All of his children are graduates  of Fiske University. He gave liberally  to colored charities and educational institutions. Seven years ago Avhen John  Chatham said he would build a $100,000  hotel-if Hopkinsville people Avould subscribe, one-third of the amount, there  Avas a mass meeting for the purpose of  raising the stock. Postell, from his  seat in the gallery, subscribed $1000.  Up to that time only $50 and $100 subscriptions had been offered. It was a  characteristic act. Postell Avas a Republican and a Methodist, and a member of various fraternal societies.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK  OP  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,      -     -     -     $8,000,000  Reserve Fund.      ....  $2,000,000  .ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  President.  Robt. Kitgour,  Vice-President.  London Oflice, GO Lombard Street, H. C.  New York   Office, 10   Exchange   Place.  and tii Branches in Cannda and the  United States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present rate  three per cent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  dral been tapped, but the-hillside on  Avhich the cathedral is built is now traversed by deep drains, and by several underground railroads. It is oAving to this  that the whole structure is manifesting  a disposition to slip down toAvard thu  river, Avhile the safety of the cathed-  is gravely endangered by the immense  fissures in the ground due to subsidence.  This announcement, coming so soon after the fall of a hu_re mass of stone in  Westminster Abbey, due to the destruction by rust of the iron clamps by which  the stones Avere fastened in their place  hundreds of years ago, has given rise  to very serious alarm among the English people Avith regard "to the safety  of their two most famous cathedrals.  IMPERIAL BAM  OF    O^XST-A-ID-A.  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital        -      -       $2,500,000  Rest       -      -      -    $1,850,000  H. S. HOWLAND ..President  I). U. WILKIE Goneral Mananer.  E. HAY., Inspector.  SAVINCS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THE   CUBItKNX   BATK   OF    INTEREST   ALLOWED.  An Iowa Job.  For the plot of a penny dreadful or a  cheap melo-drama the Harm-Palmer  scandal at Ute. loAva, furnishes rare  materials in the way of a multiplicity  of exciting incidents following one after  the other in startling rapidity. Mrs.  Harm, the wife of a prosperous merchant, called onRichard Palmer, a local  banker, one day in* June, and told him  his wife Avas iii love with, her husband  and Avas at that very moment Avith him  at his place of business. Palmer hurried  to the store and when he confronted  Harm, tho merchant fled from the place  and Avas never seen afterward.1' Palmer  commenced an action against the missing man, asking damages for the alienation of his wife's affections. On July  Sth a corpse Avas found in Soldier creek,  near by, and by the clothing and personal effects identified as the remains of  Harm. A plot Avas purchased in Butler  cemetery and the. body Avas interred by  the widow. The next move was an action by Mrs. Harm against Palmer for  ?10,000 damages for causing the c  of her husband. At the same time  sho put in a - claim through attorney  Harding of Charter Oak, Iowa, for $14,-  000 insurance on her husband's life.  Facts have just come to light which  tend to prove that Harm is not dead,  but that another body was procured and  used for the purpose of collecting the  life insurance. On the date of 'Harm's  disappearance the crcelc was so shallow  that the man could not have drowned  in it and the body had evidently not  Does  not  contain  any  harmful  ingredients, fronbrcw.  H. H. PLAYFORD & GO. I  .^***.*.*.*:*.*.*.*.*****:**:*.*.*.*.*X*^  fl. \-i  9.  91  !P  ��  '0  VI  !P  !t��  t��.  91  91  | TOBACCO   AND   CIGAR?  91 Hi  IS MERCHANTS.              t  ?i 91  T* W  t��   91  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  -Teleplione-117.-j}|  St. Paul's in London Dangerous.  The scare Avhich New York has had  in connection with the Brooklyn bridge  has had its counterpart in London in  St. Paul's Cathedral and the public has  been startled by the expert announcement that the vast edifice is in danger  of collapse. The enormous wall of the  south transept which is 8 to 10 feet  thick, 130 feet wide and 150 feet high,  is showing a number of very alarming  breaks, due, it is believed, to the subsidence of the soil, while the Avest front,  Avith its heavy towers and bells, is also  shoAving unmistakable signs of subsidence. The soil upon which the cathedral was built was never very good, and  the architect, sir Christopher Wren, took  his precautions accordingly. Had the  subsoil been left undisturbed these precautions might have sufiiced.. But not  only has the water at the bottom of  the sandy, stratum beneath the cathe-  91  ^-PrG-Box-637^-  iTV J*  'lOr. W  '���S*.**.***.*.-**-*****.**.***.***.**  ard Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Office  on  Eaker  street,  west  of  Stanley  Street, Nelson.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLEBS OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  ^S^n^M'-.d.      *i��w��ry at Wp|SOn  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial OU  Company. Washington Brick, Lime & Manufacturing Company. General commercial agents  and brokers. '  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  TKTjKPRnNR 117.  Office 184 Baker St.  R.B. REILEY  .*-i.;0:.-K3SOE. TO H.  D.  ASHCROFT.  BLACKSMITHS    AND    WOOD   WORKI-L0  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  Special attention given to all kinds ot  repairing and custom work from outside  points. Heavy bolts made to order or.  short notice,      _.j__] .i__itdJs_J!j|_M_|  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J.; M. LAY, Manager.  been in the water since the date of the  supposed suicide. After his disappearance there was a heavy rainstorm, resulting in a freshet that would have  washed the body far away had it been  in the creek. It has been learned, too,  that Mrs. Harm and attorney Harding,  accompanied by his brother, made frequent mysterious trips about the time  of Harm's disappearance, and finally  suggested the search of the creek, which  resulted in the discovery of'the-body.  Harding'has disappeared and is supposed to be in Boston. Before he left  he told friends that Mrs. Harm talked  too much. He 6nce* narrowly escaped'  disbarment and Mrs. Harm expressed a  belief that he was trying to swindle  her. Two men declare positively that  they have seen Harm since he disappeared and every effort is now being  made to find him.  The Declaration Bill.  .'   LONDON, August 5���Although no division was ���challenged at the third reading of the king's declaration bill this  evening in the house of lords, it is  generally believed that no further attempt will be made to pass it, either  this session or the next. Lord Salisbury, the premier, referring to the statement of the Catholic peers, said the government now realized that the Catholics  did not wish the offensive wording of  the original declaration to be withdrawn  unless the government at the same time  withdrew the declaration regarding the  succession of the Protestants. The government never had the slightest intention of withdrawing that. The1 Catholics  regretted that they must be prepared to  see the declaration stand in its present  form.  Thorpe & Co. bottle it. Ironbrew.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  looal and coast).  Flooring  local and ooaat.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingle!  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  Ot aU kinds.  , W WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT, IN STOCK  WE WIX)- MAKE IT KOB TOtJ  CALL AND OKT PKICHS."  J. A. Sayward  ��� HALT. ANT) UKB HTHJCW.TS. NKtSON  RorioJico Lumber COe  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX.AND VERNON STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and DoorB.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumber Co.Ltd.  "BRANDY"  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. XXX COGNAC  possesses a delicious bouquet.  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. XXXX COG-  nae Is mellowed by its great age and is  recommended to connoiseurs, and for medicinal purposes.  SCOTCH WHISKIES.  Agency with Full  Stocks  at Victoria for  THIS DISTILLERS' COMPAN1-, LTD.,  Edinburgh, the largest holders In the  world of Scotch whiskies.  THE CALEDONIAN LIQUER SCOTCH  Whiskey is one of their leaders. Try It.  E. P. RITHET & 00., Ltd.  Victoria,   B.   C.  A. B. Gray, P. O. Box 521, Nolson, B. C,  Kootenay. Representative.      .......  ���*5_i*r *^*''00'00'0*'00-00-0*'00'00'0*0-00-00-00'00' -~0'*0 -wltr '-st*(8^��5_r<,^^��^_s��5_r*^  to  to  to  to  9}  to  9\  9\  91  Established In Nelson 1890.  TIME  TELLS A STORY  For more than ten years tho goods ot Jacob Dover havo been made on honor, and sold nn merit. Our lino today I. larger  and bettor ttin.ii ncforo. OirrM,ock of Diamonds and Precious StorioH is the larne^L in the lCnnlcnays. We solicit your patron-  ago. ay Im. iog from irre you will save -20 per cent on each dollar, and you will bo getting quality as w*_ll as quantity, as I guarantee all goods Douglit from me.  .to'-.  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B. C.  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  SS* _��L. GZjiSZlSZlS^ltSZj <2��''2��:<S*:42!'t��? '*��. ��� <g" ���/���_*.-^���������_' ���^���^���^____>v_r2_i_2ii_S___2a !^ ^_Sr^ "J^ t^ r^ r^ -^ '^a- ^ ��� *���*���**. >**  rf ���?V_-r-r*->  ^_____E____P^  *4___Q5_____PI*   _\\\\\WW\\w0 ^_____H__P^ ^^B^__t0 *I___________P   ^S_\______\___0 ^0^___\_wr   ~Vfl__E_Dr   ^^U^___\0 ^________\_\__0  ^-_rj-r__r_r--r_r'p Gt}W^___0 *^-__P^ ^__r^^ *^r_^ ^_fl_r **^__I__P ^___I___P_. 0^^^L_\_\\__0 *^^*______r 0^*W____V ^^*________\w 0^^______W 0^L______v 0*x^______\_\  0**\_______% _-*^___________�� __-1_-___r,j_______i 0___________\___k _r*_fl|t^r-r-r-E -*_-_-_-HrP--rk  ______________t_i_Z   ____________________        ________t_f'  v,'^^'��r-*i^>^^'^*^*>^'^'^;^'^^'V.''^        ^-0^-^ ���00'^-is'^'707^-^-00 *00-0^*00*7^i^i^^  I jS  :4%l  On the construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway in the Lardo district.  HIGHEST WAGESI 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  Or.* TRACTORS.  COMING  G. M. FARLEIGH,  Specialist.  Also Invertor o�� Apparatus for Keiief ami  Cure of Deformities of the  Human  Form.  SEE NIY U\TEST  INVENTION . , .  Head Office:  Vancouver, B. C.  RUPTURE  Four years In British Columbia, during  which time a, great many ruptured people  have been euied by my j-.atentcd appliances. Send for testimonials.  TO WllO.tl IT MAY CONCERN:  My Hernia support Jias cuiecl a much  larger percunta_;c of ruptured people than  Any otner Tru-.s or injection in America.  I can prove it. Every appliance I adjust 1  keep in good repair, free of charge while  it is necessarily in use. Every appliance  Is constructed ami adjusted especially to  suit each case. I have been granted more  patents for improvements upon trusses  than any man i:. Canada.  No matter how hard the rupture or  how hard to hold, I will pay your fare  both ways if you can force It down in any  position with my new Retainer on. Wizo  or age immaterial. Infants, children and  adults.  FOR   LADIES   ONLY.  I have the privilege of. referring you to  some most reliable ladies who have been  cured by my appliances, resident In Victoria, Vancouver and Nanaimo.  Numbers of my Canadian patents: January 10, 1S.3S7, 23,799, 24,968, 20,214; July  5, 1S95, 49,S87.  AT HUME HOTEL, NELSON,  August 10th to 15th,.  OFFICE:    ROOM   4.  Ofllce Hours: 9 a. m. to 12 m., 1 p. in. to  6 p.m., and 7 p. tn.. to 9 p. mu  oozivcip^jsr^r  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON, B. C. TELEPHONE NO, 219.    P. 0. BOX 688.  MARBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRISK AND LltVIE   The -Mansfield Manufacturing 0Company  have the above mentioned building materials  for sale at reasonable prices. Special quotations to . builders and contractors for large  orders.  c  ORDERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  wing  aoivxiP-A-itsry'  >3S  OFFICE:    BAKER STREET WEST, (.ELSON, B. C. TELEPHONE NO. 219.    P. 0. BOX 688.  TV��� " ���"  II'- n-��MiJ����J-..��.��i -*-am E-iMru.,  urns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  HkanSSoVb.o. '      Dealers in Meats  Markets nt   Nelnon,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaalo, Ymir,   Sandon,   Silverton,  Net*  Denver, RevelstokH, Fer^Tiaon  Grand  Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL, KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKSAIjK AND I'T-TAIIj  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  SjSb'JSgg E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BV MAirj P.KCV.IVK I'ROMI'T ATTENTION-.   ROSSLAND   EINairsEERUVa   WORKS  cunliffb & McMillan  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB CARS, Fkip1*. cnj;<*--, oro bin (loorB, chnto*; nrrd Kfrroral wrought iron work.     Our ore cars aro  Ihebuol on Ih" market    U'.-iti; us fnr referrc-nci") nnd full purlieu urn.  SECOND HAND jMACIHNKRY KOR SAl.K.-One ."> foot Hell on writ erwlrcol, width GOO feet, "S to.10  hpinnl riveted pipe.   Orro lOx.'rxl'i ouLsido pricked plunder r>iri!;ing pump.    Rock drills, Btopirrg  bars, tec, Sec.  AGENTS NORDHEY PUMPS. STOCK  CARRIED.  P.   O.   Box  198. THIRD   AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  TELE--HONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527.  lelson Saw & Planing Mills  ���LIIM-IT-E-D..  CHARLES HILLYER, President. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Hr.vo just r eceivctl S.CO.Ono feet of logs from Idaho, and wo aro prepared to cut tho largest bills  of limber*'of any rtiniensiirris or lengths. Estimates given at any timo. The largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings irr Kootenay.  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICK AND YARDS:   CORNER HAU, AND FRONT STRKKTS.  BOOK BINDING  SPECIAL HULED BL/\NK BOOKS  SPECIAL RULED FORMS  AT THB BINDERY DEPARTENT OP  THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED,  BURNS BLOCK. NELSON.  E.   K.   STRACHAN,   PLUMBER  [Successor  to   Strachan  Bros.]  Having hpught out my brother's share of the business, I am stilljat the  old stand and continuing: to do first-class work and will guarantee, satisfaction in all brancnes of plumbing.  -b 'b -b 'b ���*!��� ���_��� -J- <b 'b 'b *b *b *b "i- *b "b "b *b  All Dominion government, provincial government, and legal advertisements, such as sheriff's  sales, etc., will be charged ONE  CENT A WORD for the first insertion and ONE-HALP CENT  A WORD for each consecutive  subsequent insertion  ���v*  *  .**���  ���b -J- *b 'b -J- ���_��� -J** "b -_- -b ���_��� -f ���$��� *b *_��� -I* -I- ���_���'  .NOTICE.  CANCELLATION     OF     R.i&KUVATIOI-*.-.  KOOTJiNAY   DISTRICT.  Notieo is hereby jjlven tliat the reservation   placed  on   ihat  particular  parcel   ot  land, which may be dcbcriUed as commenc-  in_r at  tho  northeast corner of Township  ico  jilif-m A,  Kootenay district,  which is  alsr.   the   nortneast   corner   of   hlccic   li*.  granted  to   the  Nelson  &   Fort  Sheppard *  Railway  Company by  crown  grant dated  Sth March, 1S93:  thence due-east 1G miles;'  thence due south to the internntiorral boundary: thence duo west along- said boundary  10 miles; thence north to the place of commencement, notice whereof was published  in the British Columbia Gazette, and dated'  7th May, 1..9G, is hereby rescinded.'  ��� ���   ���    - XV. S. GORT*;.  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works."  Lands and Works Department.  Victoria, B.  C, 23rd May, 1901.  .rmi  . v  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-0,WNER.  To Herbeit Cuthbert or to any person or^  persons to whom he mav have transferred his'Interest in the Blend mineral-  claim, .situate on the webt fork of Rover-  creek, Ir. the Nelson mining-division of.  AVest Kootenay district, and recorded'Ih''  the recorder's oflice for the Nelson.min-'  inj_r  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 hild said mineral claim undef*  thp provisions of the Minernl Act, and If  within ninety days ot trie date of this  notice you fail or refuse to contribute vour  portion of such expenditures together wlr.li  all costs of fr-lvcrtisin--; your Interest in  sard claims will become me property of the  subscribers, under section 4 of an act ,-n- -  titled "An Act to Amend the Mineral Act,  1900."  FRANK    FLTCTCIIER,  .T.   J.   MALONE.  IT.    G.    NEELANDS.  E.  T.  II.   SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nelson this 3rd day of June. 19(11.  LIQUOR LICENCE TBANSFER  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR  TRANSFER OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE.���Notice is hereby given that \v  intend to apply at the next sitting of the  board of license commissioners for th*.  City of Nelson for tire transfer of the retail liquor license now held by us for th?  premises known as thp "Olllce" saloon,  situate on lot 7 In block 9. sub-division of  lot 93, AVard street, in the said Citv nf  Nelson, to William Robertson Thomson "  and Charles C. Clark ol  the said city.  JjVMES   NEELANDS,  S.   E.    EMERSON.  Witness:  CHAS.  R.  McDONALD.  Dated nt Nelson, B.  C,  thl_r 2nd day of  August, 1901.  NOTICE   OF  ASSIGNMENT.  Notice Is hereby given that George M.  Fronk, of the city of Nelson, in the province of British Columbia, merchant,  carrying on business on Baker street in tho  said city of Nelson, has by deed bearing  date llth day of July, 1901, assigned all  his real and personal property except as  therein mentioned to A. 1J. 1-Iay of the city  of Nelson, in the province of British Columbia, accountant, in trust for the purpose of paying: and satisfying rateably and  proportionately and without preference or  priority the creditors of the said George  AI. Fronk.  Tho said deed was executed by the said  George M. Fronk and the said A. P. Hay  on the llth day of July. 1901, and the said  A. P. Hay ha.s undertaken the trust created  by  the said deed.  All persons having claims against the  said George >I. Frorrk are required to forward to the said A. P. Hay, Nelson, B. C,  particulars of their claims, duly verified,  on or before the loth day of August. 1901.  j\ll persons indebted to the said Georgo  Af. Fronk are required to pay the amount  due by them to the said trustee forthwith.  jVnd notice is hereby given that after the  1.1th day of As-ynst, 1901, the trustee will  proceed to distribute tha asHet'* of the estate among the rmrtlcs entiMfd thereto,  having regard only to the claims which  the said trustee shall then havo had  notice.  And further taku notice that a meeting of the creditors will be held at the offices of the undersigned on the 20th day of  July, 1901, at 10 o'clock a. m., for the giving of directions with reference to the disposal of the estate.  GALLIHER & WILSON,  Solicitors for Trustee.  K. XV. C. Block, BaKer Street, Nelson.  Dated this llth day of July, 1901.  (No. 178.)  CERTIFICATE  OF THK,  REGISTRATION  OK  AN  EXTRA  PROVINCIAL COMPANY. COM-  '    PANIES ACT, 1817.  T hereby cortify that the "German Mining and  Milling Company" has this dny been registered  as an X.xtra Provincial Company, under the  "Companio* Act. 1897," to carry out or efl'ect all  or any of the objects hereinafter set f"rth to  which tho leni'lntivo authority of tbe Legislature of British Columhia extends.  The head otllco of tho Company Is situato in  the City of Tacoma, State of Washington,  U. S. A.  The nm.ou.nt of the capital of the Company ia  ono hundred thousand dollars, divided into one  hundred thousand shares of one dollar ench.  ��� he head oIHce of tho Company in this Province in situate at Nclcon, nnd Richard Pape, La-:  bourer, -whose nddress is Nelson nforcsnid, is tho  attorney for tho Company.  The time of tho existonro of tho Company is  fifty years.  Givon under my hnnd and i*<*al of office aft  Victoria. Province of British Columbia, this 10th  dayof June, ono thousand ciuo hundred and  ono.  [L. a.) .*-*. Y. WOOTTON  Registrar of Joint Companies.  Th�� objects for which tho Company has been  (-striblrshcd are those set. o"t. in f hr�� Certificate of  T>0Ki*"tration rrn.n'r*. tn rho Compiiny un the lsft  Februnry, IS*)!!, and which appears in the British  Columbia Gazette ou the 18th February, 1897.  ��'  ��� ��� & rr./'-'-.-w.-.Oa.-ara-Jw^^^  ii...' ,-'.*-. '��� ........ -.     -,   |li:--v(jfe.-i-i\*to^^  i  i  ���j^u. :^u^' ^���/^���CiV.-;^^.'';  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED  CONSISTING OF  IRON BEDS  RATTAN  GOODS  t-r  UPHOLSTERED  COODS  TABLES  I  i  IT  CHAIRS  w  DESKS  ! 1  MATTRESSES  ��!������  BRASS BEDS  ...   . - ,-���      o  IRON BEDS  CHILDREN'S COTS  FOLDING- BEDS  BABY CARRIAGES  GO CARTS  HIGH  CHAIRS  CRADLES  ARM CHAIRS  RECEPTION CHAIRS  MUSIC STANDS  VERANDA CHAIRS  i.  PARLOR SUITES  COUCHES  DAVENPORTS     -       '���: *  LOUNGES  MORRIS CHAIRS     '"'" .  WIRE BACK CHAIRS  LEATHER GOODS  EXTENSION TABLES  KITCHEN TABLES  LIBRARY TABLES*  CENTER TABLES  HALL TABLES  DINING- ROOM CHAIRS  HALt, CHAIRS  KITCHEN CHAIRS  OFFICE CHAIRS  BAR CHAIRS  TILTING CHAIRS  -HIGH-CHAIRS   VERANDA CHAIRS  ROCKING CHAIRS  COMMODE CHAIRS  ROLL TOP DESKS  FLAT TOP DESKS  TYPEWRITER DESKS  COMBINATION DESKS  HAIR MATTRESSES  MOSS MATTRESSES  WOOL MATTRESSES  FIBRE MATTRESSES  EXCELSIOR MATTRESSES  :,,Jfflii flfttfctiftfli IffiLBOifi fi ft; toMW:^ AtJ(iU8H��0i  lii&eU^kW^^  ^g-fawifciSCteitaiW^ .^  Bed Room Sets, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Ladies'Dressing  Tables, China Closets, Kitchen Cupboards, Ladies'  Secretaries, Combination Book Cases,  Hall  Racks,   Etc.  DUST IS WHAT MAKES YOTO CLOTHES APEBAfi  SHABBY AND RUSTY.  WE PfiH   OFFERING  THIS  WEEK THE  BEST   DUST   REMOVER  TO  BE   F0UJ.D  IN  THE SHAPE   OF A  LARGE ASSORTMENT OF  WK1SK BROOiV.5 AT 25 CENTS EACH  These properly used will remove the dust and make your clothes  appear bright and new. If you want something better we have  clothes brushes from 75 cents to $5.00.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA   BLOCK NELSON,   B. C.  TELEPHONE 27  GARDEN  TOOLS.  PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.  O  Storo, Cornor Bakor aDtl Josephine St3  RUBBER AND COTTON HOSE.  POULTRY  NETTING  Sole   Agents   for    Giant   Powder    Company    and    Truax    Automatic   Ore   Cars.  ������EBifl  Bn.iiuvfliMiij.iiiaa  FOR THE BALANCE OF THE SEASON WE ARE  OFFERING THESE LINES AT COST.  2STELS03ST  STORES   AT  s^isnooasr  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  Imtinrters and Coalers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  fpttxzzxzxzzxzzzzzzxz-^xzzzizzizzzzxizzzixzTrrzx-iizizx-_xzzzzzzzizzzzzz-^izr^zzxzxzzzzizzzir.zxzzxzxzzzixxn:izxzxx3  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE!  No. 4s K. W. C. Block,  NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  Free-Milling; Gold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  Parlies having mining property for sale arc requested to Rend tramples of their ore to the G  .Exchange for exhibition.   We desire to hear from all prospectors who have promising mineral S  claims in British Columbia. B  Prospectors and mining men aro requestod to make tho KxohanRo thoir headquarters when ��  in Nelson.                                                        " [���  All namplo3 should bo. sent by oxpress, Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited, R  Address all communications to E  Telephone  104 ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER, f  P.O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C. k  CZX3Zl__XZXXX__X_JL.ZZXXXXrZZZXXXXXZZXXX3.XXZZXSXZZZZXXXIXXXXXKrxJTTr-l-rrxxxjTtXXZXXXXXXXZZXXIXXXXXZXZXXXZZZXZXXXXX_e  ���b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b-b * * ���> -b  Paid Locals, TWO CENTS a *  "word each insertion. No local ac- v  cepted for less than 25 cents.       *b  CORNER BAKER AND KOOTENAY STREETS.  CITY AOT DISTRICT.  There  will  be ii special  meeting ot the  Fraternal   Order  ol'   Eagles ..in'.Fraternity  hall tonight at half past S o'clock.  *\ *   *   *     -  The work of clearing the site for the  now school .was undertaken in earnest'  yes tor-day. Thr.- city engineer. l*as also been  autlmris*''-d to spend $1.51) in fixing up th?  Hatimer ��� street appro xe!i to the building. ,  Elder AV.. C. Young of the Seventh Bay  Aclventists; -*/rll deliver a lecture in the"  tent at the oast end, of Baker street this  evening on , the ..abject uf Capital and  Labor.''. The lecture will start at S o'clock.  . *   *   .  The mooting of the Nelson Operatic Society which was . to have taken place ir,  tho opera house this evening" has been  postponed until Friday evening, when tho  oflicers for tho.-'-irsuir.gr' seat-on" will be  elected.  *.*'���  .liaise Foriir yesterday made an order  for bail in the case of Frank Koilin, who  with Fivd 'Bloomiield h-is .he.-*!! in jail  for several weeks awaiting trial ..upon a  'Charge of .assaulting and robbing Charles  Johnson,  a  Swede.  Tlio  bail was li.:ed  ut".  ,$UlC0 irr .cash.  * ��   * ���  Percy Goepel. who left Nelson years ago  lo 'work as an apprentice in the Albion  Iron Works at "Victoria, is back home,  itiid 1n" a short timo will leave for Scot-  Jar rr 1,_wjierc_ho -will���endeavor���to-catch���on���  to wrinkles in mechanics that, he did not  catch on to at tho Albion Iron "Works.  * *   <.  There will be an ice cream social at the  Congregational Church on AVednesdi-i.-  ovening undor the auspices of the members  of the Swedish Mission -Jhurch. The pastors of the Methodist, Baptist and Congregational churches will deliver short  addresses and the Salvation Army band  will furnish music.  * *   ��  Captain A. IS.. Hodgins writes a friend  in Nelson that ho is getting along very  well in the construction department of  the Imperial Military Kailway nt Johannesburg, Transvaal. John Hirsch is  with- him. Mrs. Hodgins, however, does  not like the f-o.uitry and wishes she was  back In Nel.son.  .   .   .  .Tames Joseph Chambers, captain of the  Nelson (Ire department,'was Installed as  acting criief yesterday morning. He will  boss the boys until chief Ijillio returns  from Tacoma, whore ho has gone to attend tho .annual convention of the lire-  chiefs of the Pacific; Coast. James Joseph  carries his honors with becoming dignity.  .   .   .  Jack Stewart has secured the contract  for the seven mile cut-off which the Canada! n Pacific Railway Company has decided  to build at Field on the main line. The  work is very heavy and is expected to cost  well ��� on to $100,000 per mile. Its construction will effect a great saving in the operation of the road both in, respect to the  ttrrio and expense.  * *   *  In the case of Van Norman vs. McKinnon, the application of the sheriff for ���an  interpleader was further adjourned by  judge Forin yesterday in order that McNaught, who claims the McKinnon Interest in th** Hampton group may bo examined. R. S. Bonnie appeared for tha  oicccutlon creditors and AV. A. Macdonald  for tlie sheriff. The matter will como up  again on the Will instant.  ��   *   *  Captain GIITord of the Silver King mino  was In Nelson yesterday for tho purposo  of seeing what he could do to hurry up  tho educational department irr the matter  of establishing a school teacher at the  mine. The company is ready to provide  everything if the department will but  furnish the teacher, but so far* it has been  impossible to secure any satisfaction from  tlie men who have charge of tho educational  department  at  Victoria.   There are  at the present time a very large number  of children of school age at the mine and  captain Gifford is of��� the opinion that unless something- is dono soon he will lose  a number of his best miners, who will bo  unable to remain at the mine unless some  educational facilities are provided for  their children.  * * *  XV. 3. Goepel, inspector, of provincial offices, returned to Nelson on Saturday  night' from, a trip to ������'Atlin. He ' reports  that country as a trifle backward, owing  to litigation. Chief. justice McColl is now  there, and during his stay he may be able  to settle some of the cases. While at  White Horse Mr Goepel met T. AV. Gray,  who is in cnargc of Mike King's sawmill  and lumber interests at .that place.  James Sproat, employed"as. assistant io  chief electrician Bliss at the electric light  station for live years, has obtained a leave  of absence for three months and goes to  Montreal, where he-will endeavor to put  ' in -.all his time perfecting himself in mechanical eleclrioty. If some of the other  city officials would only spend their vacation in an e��iuall.v creditable manner,  the city would be the gainer. .  .       o     '' -'���- *.'   *  The members of the eity council held a  twenty minute session U.sl evening-. The  report of the. finance commkiee was adopted, recommending the payment of the  current accounts. Tne city elerk v. as authorized to secure tbe necessary assistance  for tiro preparation of the collector's; roll,  and the comniunh.atipn. of the local telephone company asking for a remission  of the. tax of %~>1 for the past six months  was referred ro the' finance committee for  renort.       ���. .  *   *   *   ^-_moetiiig=_ofglthe=Retail-Grocers'^=Asso--  ciation will bo hold this evening for the  purpose of completing the scale of prices  nt whieh tin: numbers of tho association  will for the future'sell staple articles in  the gi'-..-.pr> lino. It is- said that the members of the association do not arm so  much at advancing the prices as to make  them -.lnil'oim for staple; aud to prevent  culling-, 'lhe ass* eia'iws price list will  probably be completed this evening-       ���  * *   *  The committee of the Nelson Boat Club  will meet Ibis evening for the purpose of  selecting the crews for the regatta which  takes place at the latter part of the  month. Seniors and juniors will probably  be drawn from the hat together, and all  races will ho rowed In the now boats. The  regatta will be similar to that pulled off  In June and in order that the crows may  got down to practice at. once It is important that all entries should be handed in  to tho secretary or any member of the  committee  today.  * *   *  Charles F. Olson of Ainsworth was in  Nelson yesterday. Ho says that Ainsworth  will yet become the best mining, camp in  the province, as the Highlander property  is developing well. The- owners now have  good ore in both of the drifts which have  been run in on the big ledge and in one  place they have four feet of solid cie.  Nothing is known as to the values, but  tlv.-y ���!.<��� said to.be such as will leave n  handsome margin upon the company's  operations. AVhen the company considers  itself in shape to resume operations the  Highlander should employ sufficient men  to make Ainsv, ortl*. a very bus;, camp.  Charlie is of the opinion that the proposed  refinery should bn built at Ainsworth. as  he is convinced that it will shortly resume  its place as the chief mining center of  the district.  the Flour mamufactured  BY THE  TS BAY COMPANY  HAS RECEIVED THE  AT THE  AND THE  AT THE  ALL THE FLOUR MADE BY THE COMPANY IS FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED WHEAT  ready a town has been started about'a  mile east of Blairmore, whicli gives promise of being lhe model mining town of the  province. The men interested in the Gebo  property aro said lo bo v,-ry wealthy,  and thoy are laying out their own town-  site. Already the company has erected  somo fifty collages for the accommodation of tho married men whom it is intended to employ, the streets are being  graded arid electric and water* systems  installed. This eompany is advanlageoufi-  ly situated for .shipping, being but half a.  mile from the C. P. 11. line, '.rhe grading  has been done for lhe necessary spur to  connect the mines with the railway, but  some delay has been encountered in securing the steel. ,\h soon as this arrives the  necessary connection will bo made. This  company is at present employing in the  neighborhood of 50 mon and shipments arv  being made at the rate of eight carts of  coal;pei* day.  Beadle;' and the May Queen, about  two and a half miles southwest of Ymir,  adjoining the May Tiny and May Blosssom  claims on tho east, by John Kay.  Certificates of work were issued to II..  ���C. Stewart, on the Reid, Santa Rosa and  Shamrock Fractional; H. H. Kelly, on the  Gold Standard; Harry B. AVoolaver, on the  Evangalino; and A. G. Shaw, ou the Tulip.  PAID  LOCALS.  New Alberta' Coal Company.  From the development which is taking  place in the new coal fields in Alberta it  is evident that the Crow's Nest Pass Coal  Company is not long to retain tho monopoly which it at present enjoys of supplying all coke required for smelting pur-  opses in Southern British Columbia. It is  now certain that the Toronto company is  to have two rivals at least, the Blairmore  company, in whicli a number of local men  are interested, and the Gebo Coal Syndicate, of which S. N. Gebo of Boston is  tho head. This latter company is. making  rapid strides with .its development aud al--  PERSONALS.  A,..s.AV. McPhail is at the Queen's.  ���    ���' *   *   ��  :R.>.'0.'Regan of Buffalo is at the Madden.  *   *   *  B.   C.   Riblet  has  returned   from  a  trip  to S-iokanc.  Gc-orgo   Acer  the Queen's.  of   Slocn'i   is   stopnrn!*:   at  A. G. Fr_ltt and wife of New York are  stopping at the Phair.  **-���_.  D. XV. Moore, ore buyer for the Trail  smelter, is at the Hume.  * *   *  P. J. Nichols, who has tiie lease on the  Fern  mine, is at the Madden.  * *   *  C.-Dillman of Milwaukee, who represents  the  Schiitz  breweries,   is  at  the  Phair.  * *   s  A. McGillivray, 13. Shannon and George  H. Thompson of New Denver are at the  Hume.  a    ��    ���  Charles Dempster, tho Rossland mining  man, has returned from a trip through  the Sloean. He is stopping at the Phair.  ��� Nelson  Hotel   Bar.   On   today,   "Punch  '.'���  la Cognac." Try one.  Is a tonic and food as well as a beverage.  Ironbrew.  Is  sold  everywhere.   Ironbrew.  The new cooling drink. Ironbrew.  Given Away His Wealth.  Ij. Wilkinson, a wealthy farmer of Posey  county, Indiana, has announced that he  will follow in the footsteps of Andrew Carnegie and give away all his wealth before  his death. JJ, .few days ago ho deeded property'wOrtlu 5100,000' to a church at Cyn-  thiana and to the trustees at Merom college at Sullivan, Ind. A few years .ago  AVilkinson built a church at Cynthiana to  be used by all denomination.-..  /?*���  91  'f>  91  m  91  !��  91  W  m  in  ft  rfp 3S3 ���*** **���* 3 Hi *. ess SSSi��.r &{%.  On account, ot somo of our customer.  o'uVcting in free lune1*, we will in fu-  nue cliirfo lire modulate, price of S.5  ������onls, which includes a drink of citrar.  IS very di-illcacy tlio in'-rketnirurds \\i.l,  Im served daily from. 12 t.o '2.  ROAST   TURKEY,   FRESH    CELEI.Y   FOR  lum-;:] 70CAY.    ���  '*?$: -2&.F--*-*.* *.*.*.*.\H-*-*-*-*-*-*:m)^-*C0  ���ft  (ft  Iff  <ff  9*  (ff  !ff  �����  91  91  (P  91  0  INSURANCE.  RKAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  REPRESENTS  The  Best Fire  and Life  Insurance  Companies Doing Business in the City.  0  Wr  Hi  ii;  ii,  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ���41.  ;& *.*.*.**.* ��_-:��S_- *.*.*. *.Sr.*.*Si:.*. -$ij.   . ��� ?���<:*-.  'ft  9}  91  9.  9)  W  9)  m  m  ARTHUR    GEE  .Jitr.CljiNT Tf\.L0R  HDIK-V THLOl  MAI;J'j SUIT.-'.  ���  BA.KI.P_  STHKKI' KAST.  '^.^^^^^^l^^s.g^^J;^^^***.^*^-^;*^'  ANNOUNCEMEN  T  Mininp Records.  Two locations worj recorded at the Nelson  record oflice yesterday.  Bark Shanty,  on   the  north  fork  of  the  Salmon,  about  eight   miles   from   Erie,   by   AAriUiam   M.  R. j\. Elliot, who for somo time has  handled the Hazel wood Company's business m this cily, has decided to open a  store on his own account on AVard street,  near A'icloria. lie will make a specialty ol:  home made baking and pastry, as well as  pickles and  preserves.  Money to loan at S per cent upon improved property. Interest payable semiannually.  Principal payable annually.  HOUSES  TO RENT CHEAP.  AGRiVT. BAKKR STREET.  ���^������saaaaas-ssa-js-a ib *.*.*.*.**.*:*.*.*.**.%  NOTICE OF SPECIAL MEETING-.  There will bo a special mooting of the  member;* of the Ncl.*<i>n Aerie, No. 22, F. O.  13., at Fraternity hall tliis (Tuesday*  ovening at H o'clock.  ��� JOHN J-.' MAIjONI.,  President.  J��� V. MORRISON, Secretary.  THESE  HOT DAYS  QUENCH  YOUR  I  THIRST WITH |  Anheriser-Ji'-r-nh  RO.-1-. I'll list. (IM-  whiik.;,. Bu-r I'��!���  pir-v Beer. I'o.s-  I'M-er Kc i"'(>. Beer,  Gosnell Hour-, anu  Double Jersey  Buttermilk.  MANHATTAN  SA100M  3>*irhle .Ters'.y  Buttermilk.  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  *  91  91  91  ���ij-saaaaaaaaaaa �� ��eseseess:^*.?-

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