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Array ��fflTMytMg����--i��.i^^ **tt-y*-r^*-^g^��^m^ w  Minoral Produotlon of British Cijluriibla ih .900  $16,407,645  NINTH YEAR  ^^^Kyf-  Mineral Produotlon of Kootenay In, 1800  $10,562,032  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1901  FIVE CENTS  THE PROPHETIC ADVENTISTS  CAN FIND A BIBLICAL CAUSE FOR  EARTHLY EFFECTS.  Elder Young Has His Own Socialistic  Theories and Will Expound Them  in a Lecture Course.  Elder "WV C. Young, one of the Seventh  Day Adventists who have recently arrived in this city, last evening opened  a. series of lectures which he..proposes  to give each evening, dealing with the  1 relative positions of capital and labor.  The Seventh Day Adventists are a prophetic people in that they profess to  see in everything which is transpiring in  the world.at the present time the fulfill-'  ment of the prophecy of the Bible. In  the course of his lectures Mr. Young  Avill trace out the relationship of present day occurrences Avith the prophecies, especially with respect to the  amassing of riches by the few and'the  manner in which they are got together,  and in the end will attempt to demonstrate the final triumph of the Bible  socialism. ...-.  The Seventh Day "Adventists are an  offshoot of the Millerites, Avho in 1SS-1  attracted considerable attention by reason of their very pronounced views on  the second coming of Christ. Thoy Avent  so far as to set the day and hour for  the coming, and so filled were they with  the conviction that they Owcro on the  right track that they shoAved an absolute disregard for their worldly possessions and considered the easiest method  of dispossessing themselves of them the  best, to the end "that they might ho unhampered in tlfeir attendance upon tlie  vast reception committee which they  had drafted to receive the Saviour. It  is almost needless to remark that the  guest of the day did not appear, and in  consequence of their great disappoint-  , ment, and the trifling annoyance attendant upon the property loss, Avhich, in  tho event of the world continuing to do  business at the old stand, took on an.  added importance, it became necessary'  to revise the faith.  The evolution of thc-Sevonth Day Ad-  A-cntists  was the result.    They  do not  stani\ l'or the mistake which the Miller-  itcs made in the reading of the prophecies.    They believe with them that the  falling of the stars in 1S33 marked the  near  approach   of  the   second   coming,  but there are other things Avhich have  yet to happen, and in any event they do  not propose to make Uio mistake of setting    any    dates.    This    indefmiteness  robbed the sect of much of its claim for  public interest, but it avoided all possibility of. embarrassing conditions.    Another  change  which  may  be  noted  is  that  the  Adventists   of   thev day   have  not the  same  disregard  for  the'usual  forms of'worldly riches.   They consider  that in this respect the Millerites Avere..  more or less fanatical, as it is an excellent  thing  to   bo  possessed   of  that  Avhich can be of assistance to those in  Avant.   Another departure in tlieir teachings from that of the Millerites, which  probably is in the nature of a growth  more than a departure, is in their teach-  " ings for the care of the body.   The body  they contend, is the temple of the soul,  =and=foi-this=reasoii=the=A'ei*-y;=best=of=carG^  should bo taken of it.    This branch of  their teaching has led to the establishment of sanitariums all over the United  States.    The largest of these has been  established  at Battle Creek,  Michigan.  ���  and from a small beginning has steadily  grown until at present it furnishes employment to no less  than SOO persons.  The  preparation  of  cereal  food  stuffs  has also received a great deal of attention, in view of the fact that the Adventists are Avholly vegetarian in their diet,  and in this respect at least' their researches   have   had   a  very  widespread  effect upon the people of the entire continent, many of the food  stuffs  which  at present are now in daily use on tho  tables of the people of Canada and the  "United   States   having   been   originally  introduced   in   the   manufactories   conducted by the Adventists.  Perhaps the chief-'point of difference''  betAveen the Adventists and the orthodox Christian churches is that the Adventists do not accept hell and eternal  punishment, which at one time Avas the  chief horror raiser at the church revival  meetings. This they contend is contrary to reason, and they claim to base  all their teachings on reason. They  have a theory peculiarly their own Avith  respect to the hereafter, but those who  are interested in it had better take in  the meetings and receive it first hand  -���from elder .Young.  Avith Davis when he drew a revolver  and shot him. J. Watt, a non-union  teamster, Avhen going to Avork Avas met  by a union man who tried to dissuade  him. On Watt's refusal the union man  struck him in the neck Avith a rock.  Watt drew a pistol7 and shot at his assailant. Watt was Avatching the man  run Avhen tAvo shots Avere fired by some  ono in the crowd on the other side of  the street at Watt. The bullets narrowly missed  his head.  Tennis in England  SOUTHAMPTON, August 6.���Because  of the shoAvers and Avind, Avhich Avas little less than a gale, Avhich SAvept over  the courts of the club this afternoon, no  further progress Avas made in the tennis  tournament than Avas completed in the  morning. Pour more matches remained  in the first round,, and judge IJoAvland,.  chairman of the committee of the tourney, has .decided that they be played  tdmorroAV morning, as the, contestants  fouled. ��� The play tomorrow in the championship singles will bring the Avinners  up to the struggles for the semi-final  round, and as the men are all keen for  the play, the competition promises ...well.  TROUBLE AT PHOENIX  DIED IN A PAINLESS SLEEP  LAST  HOURS OF  THE  DOWAGER  EMPRESS FREDERICK.  Preparations Making at Cronberg for  the Obsequies���German Journals  Comment on Her Death.  BUT INSTEAD, RECOBD-BP.EAKING  SHIPMENTS OP ORE MADE.  Three Train Loads a Dny, Aggregating  . Ono Thousand Tons, Are BeiDg  Hauled to the Smelter.  Yesterday's Rossland Miner had a long  cock-and-bull story regarding a reputed  disagreement betAveen the miners' union  at Phoenix and the superintendent of  the Old Ironsides and ��vriob Hill mines.  The sole aim of the Miner appears to be  to stir up trouble betAveen miner and  mine owner. The Rossland Miner's  owner happens to be the manager of a  mining company that is Avaging a Avar  of extermination, against unions,' and no  stone is to be left unturned to bring  about discord iri every camp in Kootenay  and Yale. It angers the manager of,  tho Le Roi to see other mirie'managers  getting along amicably with their employees, and no doubt it hurts his feel-:  ings Avhen he reads reports of ore shipments from single mines that far surpass in.A'olume any record he has been  able to make from the Le Roi. That  there is no trouble at Phoenix is evidenced by the folloAving Avired The Tribune by W. B. Willcox, editor of the  Phoenix Pioneer. On the contrary, Mr.  Willcox's telegram goes to shOAV that  the mines at Phoenix are shipping more  ore than ever before:  PHOENIX, August G.���The mines of  this camp are now shipping at the rate  of over 1000 tons of ore per day. Every  24 hours three trains: of 12 cars each,  the cars each holding an average of 30  tons, are sent out to the Granby smelter  at Grand Forks. The ore comes from  the Old Ironsides, Knob Hill,-and Victoria mines.- The three-train rate is  expected to prevail till the two additional furnaces hoav building at the  ^smeltei*���areJ-lownJn,_Avlien four^raing^  daily will be shipped.  FROM 'PROVINCIAL. POINTS  News From the Boundary.  GRAND FORKS, August 6.-[Special to  The Tribune.]���Tho Grand Forks lacrosse  team wil play a return match with tho  Nelson team at Nelson on the 2-nd instant.  The team has also been invited to meet  tiie Kamloops twelve as well as to give an  exhibition game at Spokane during the  fruit fair.  R. A. Brown, president of tho Sunset  Copper Company, owning the Sunset mine  on Copper mountain, Simill'omeen district,  denies the report that ho is connected with  any extensive proposition near Copper  mountain.  The freight receipts at the Grand Forks  depot last week amounted to over $13,000.  This showing is tangible evidence of the  prosperity of the Boundary country.  Protest Against Discrimination.  WASHINGTON, August 6.���Complaint  Avas instituted today before the interstate commerce commission by tho National Hay Association against the Lake  Shore and Michigan Southern railway  and 29 other roads doing business in  the eastern section of the country, alleging unlawful discriminations against  hay and straw. It is alleged that commodity rates are given to Canadian hay,  -working a discrimination against ihe  domestic product.  .Union and Non-Union Men Clash.  SAN FRANCISCO, August 6.���As *a  result of the strike throughout the city  several assaults upon non-union men  occurred today. Samuel Cole, a striking teamster, Avas shot in the breast by  Henry Davis, a non-union teamster. According to Cole's story he was arguing  Vancouver Notes.  A'ANCOt'VEP.. August 0.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���Following: Is the selection of  the Ottawa, rjllc loam: PrivaU- Gcnrso  Turnbull, color sergeant J. Moscrop, corporal S. C. Mortimere, private AAr. H. Wall,  staff sergeant H. J. Ferris, private XV.  Miller, sergeant Kennedy, captain T. Cunningham. Turnbull, AVall and Cunningham  have declined. Private W. Huston has accepted and Ralph AVilson and sergeant AV.  J. Stern have until Wednesday to decide.  Captain J. Duff Stewart will probably also  attend tlie meeting.  Great heat prevails at Ashcroft and  Kamloops, varying from 110 to 120 degrees  Sunday.  The steamer Victorian arived Sunday to  load cattle for Skagway. Tho steam pipe  broke and she left at noon for Seattle for  repairs.  There is a report here that Ames Holden  will remove his headquarters from Victoria to Vancouver.  The salmon run last night was phenomenal, as many us a thousand being taken  in one boat.  A special edition, of the Reichsanzie-  gei- published this morning contains an  imperial cabinet order giving notice of  the death of empress Frederick and ordering six weeks' national mourning beginning today. The order also directs  that the public amusements, including  concerts and theaters, be suspended until after the funeral. According to dispatches from Cronberg, the death agony  of the doAvager empress Avas brief, lasting hardly a quarter of an hour. When  professor Renvers informed emperor.  William that his mother's heart had  ceased to beat the chaplain made a brief  prayer and his majesty placed Avhite  lillies in his mother's hands. Telegrams  are pouring in from all quarters. The  heads of the foreign states and the sovereigns of the German states have sent  messages of condolence couched in the  Avarmest terms.  COWES, August 6.���The time of king  Edward's departure for Germany is still  undetermined. He goes to London this  afternoon. ��� The royal yacht Victoria  and Albert aAvaits his arrival at Port  Victoria to convey his majesty to Flushing.  CRONBERG, August 6.���The body of  the doAvager empress still lies in the bed  chamber overlooking the valley of the  Main. She died in a soft sleep, painlessly, and her features bear the most  serene and peaceful- expression. The  gardeners,and .outdoor dependents Avere  admitted to vieAV the remains this morning. ,t .:   :  BERLIN, August 6.���The papers comment on the political side of the doAva-  ger empress' character Avith reserve. The  Post considers it easily comprehensible  that;a woman of her ability should seek  to influence the political. vieAvs of her  husband-:.,but the,_paper refrains from  criticisingvsince she avoided all political  activity after emperor Frederick's death.  The Kruetz���>��� Zeitung. ignores her politics.  The : Neuste-Nachrichten says she  brought from England political. vieAvs  Avhich Avere "suitable in a highly developed, solidly foundationed country like  England, but Avhich Avere out of place  in a country like Prussia, struggling for  existence." The Deutsche Tages Zeitung says: "It would be unseemly and  repugnant to our sentiments to recall  the struggles into which she was  draAvn." The Liberal papers describe  the hopes Germany indulged in through  tier, and emperor Frederick in English  constitutional vieAvs.  BERLIN, August 6.���It is asserted in  Berlin tonight that king Edward will  probably not go "to Homberg or Cronberg, but Avill proceed direct to Potsdam to Avait there the arrival of the  body.  CRONBERG, August 6,���In accordance Avith the expressed Avishes of the  deceased the funeral services Avill be  as simple as possible under the circum-  =stanceSi=-The=body=will=remain=on=the-  bed where she died until ready for the  coffin. The roses in Avhich it is almost  buried are from her private garden,  many of the bushes being cultivated  with her own hands. Emperor William  had a long intervieAV with count von  BuelOAV today. He drove from Homberg  to Freidrichschoff and soon after his  arrival the folloAving official announcement regarding the funeral arrangements Avas made: "On Thursday the  royal family Avill attend the funeral services in the castle, at Avhich the bishop  of Ripon, Avho Avas summoned by the  empress, will officiate. Only the immediate family will be present. Saturday  evening the coffin will be escorted from  Freiderischoff to the Protestant church  in Cronberg by a torchlight procession  folloAved by the royal family on foot.  Sunday afternoon a funeral service Avill  bo held in the presence of the family  of the empress, her household, her  friends and other privileged persons."  It is expected here that king.Edward  Avill be present- The royal family-will  go to Potsdam Sunday evening and the  body Avill be taken there Monday evening. The funeral service in the'mausoleum at Freidensriche, Potsdam, Avill  be held Tuesday. As it Avas the empress' Avish that there should be no state  ceremony the service will not be attended by all the German royal personages. It Avill be as simple as possible.  Emperor William has received a telegram of sympathy from the pope.  kin Avill probably be 1S00 men and that  an additional force of 30,000 men would  ho distributed at different points along  the routes along tho sea. The secretary  regarded the Anglo-German and the Anglo-Russian agreements as satisfactory  and as tending to the maintenance of  China's territorial integrity.  Von Waldersee's Reception.  BERLIN, August C���The steamer Ce-  rea Avith fleld marshal count von Waldersee on board has arrived off Heliogoland.  Count von Waldersee's reception at  Hamburg will be very simple in couse-  quence of the death of the dowager empress. All the pre-arranged festivities  have been declared off.* Avith the exception- of the military reception at the  pier and the municipal:reception at the  city hall. The municipal banquet will  ; be omitted.       . ".  Nicaraguan Canal.  LO-NDON, August G.���Commenting upon  the ' interview with lord-Pauncefote, the  British ambassador to the United States,  published in the United States July lSth,  in which Pauncefote expressed the belief  that a Nicaraugan canal treaty between  Great Britain and the United States Avould  be signed. Today voices the feeling that  so long as the free use of the canal can be  given to all nations, it cannot be seen why  Great Britain's interests is to demand  more. "Treaties are not eternal," says Today, and the Clayton-Bulwer treaty was  negotiated at a time and under circumstances very different from today. "It is  easy enough to understand why Germany  and other continental powers are doing  their best to prevent England from giving  way, but it is much less easy lo see why  England should play into the hands of the  continental powers by opposing the United  States."  MAY BE A CONSOLIDATION  OF THE VENUS AND ATHABASCA  MINING COMPAN IES.  Proposition Has Been Eeferred to the  Toronto Shareholders of the  _>������ Latter Company.  Japan Wants Reciprocity.  KINGSTON, Jamaica, August (j.���In consequence of tho establishment of free trade  between Porto Kico" and the United States  the Jamaican government is being urged  to further and secure the ratiflcatio.i n.  reciprocity conventions ponding between  Jamaica and the United States.  EASTERN CMDSAN  NEWS  Wired in Brief.  ST. JOHN, N. B., August C���AVilliam  Pugsloy. fath<-r ot attorney, goneral Pugs-  Icy, is dead, aged 75.  SHERBROOKE, Quo., August G���Lord  Strathcona has presented Sherbrooke with  .$10,000 for-a free library building.  - TORONTO, August- G.-Dufforing, Durham, Cobourg and London old "boys"e'elb-'  brate-1 respectively at Orangoville. liow-  manville, Cobourg and London.  OTTAAVA, August C���Counsel for George  O'Brien, tho Dawson murderer, who is  under sentence of death, arc trying to have  tho cabinet reconsider his case.  CHATHAM,. Out., August G.���John Cameron McLean, a soetionmnn, was killed on  the track by an express train yesterday.  He.wa-J lying on the track Avhen struck.  1 LA LIT''AX. August, ii���Cnrpoi-.'tl. Gouid-  iiig of the Royal Canadian regiment wr.s  taken 'with cramps while bathing at Mc-  Nob's island  last night and  was drowned.  TORONTO,   August  6.���Tho   first  of   the'  farm laborers' excursions for Manitoba and  the. Northwest  left  hero ..yesterday afternoon in throe mixed trains, carrying about  2000 hr.rvcstorsi  CHATHAM, Ont., August G.���The five-  year old son of AA'illiam Neal of North-  wood went asleep on the railway track yesterday afternoon and was struck by a llyer  and   seriously   injured.   ���The. child   cannot  A west side business man is so scrupulously exact in all his transactions that  every time he pays a A'isit he -Insists  upon taking a receipt for it.���Chicago  News.  Chinese Negotiations.  LONDON, August 6. ��� Lord Lansdowne, the foreign secretary, replying  in the house of lords today to a question  of earl Spencer, Liberal, said the Chinese negotiations had recently made  rapid and satisfactory progress. The  indemnity question Avas disposed of Avith  the exception of a feAV minor points.  There Avas still some question whether  the matter of the commercial facilities  in China had not better be transferred  to some other place than Pekin and to  some more Avieldy body than the present conference. Great Britain Avas still  in favor of tho open door throughout  China. They could not complain that  they had not eijual commercial advantages in the Yang Tse valley. The foreign secretary also said that the final  strength of the legation garrison at Pe-  OTTAAA'A, August 0.���Arrangements aro  well under way between the government  and the Bank of Commerce whereby the  bank will cash all certificates issued to  miners for gold delivered at the Dominion  assay office, Vancouver.  OTTAWA, August G.���Fred AV Hudson,  Canadian live stock commissioner, who has  just returned from England, is convinced  that there is no immediate prospect of the  British government removing the embargo  of Canadian cattle entering Britain.  ST. JOHN, X.'.!.!., August 6.-Mrs. I-'. L.  Packard of Boston, wife of orre of tho  members of I*. Packard & Co., shoo dressing manufacturer:-, and niece of AV. C.  Edwards, "Vf. P., was drowned while bath ���  nig at Riverside, seven miles from this  city, yesterday afternoon.  TORONTO, August fi.���The feature of  the annual meeting of the Toronto Riflo  Association today was Ihe sensational  shooting of corporal T. "Mitchell in tho  Merchants' match. He mado 104 out of a  possible 105 and in the president's match  aw out of a possible 205.  LONDON, Ont., jVugust G.���A large motor car crashed into the trailer on the  South Bank electric line lan evening. The  trailer avis dashed to pieces and passengers on it badly bruised. Ge-irgo Loveless  of this city had* his body badly crushed  and an old man named Samuel Kadcn hail  noo rib broken.  OTTAAVA, Ausust G,���A cabinet minister said today that it was not impossible  that the duke of Cornwall and York's  engagements for tho present would be  cancelled on account of the dowager empress of Germany's death, but be expressed  the hope that this would  not be tbe case.  AV1NDSOR, Ont., August- G.���The three-  year old son of John Austin of Sandwich,  while out walking with his mother yesterday afternoon, was furiously attacked  by a bull dog and beforo the animal was  driven away it had inflicted several fearful gashes in his head and face. The child,  it  is   thought,   will   be  disfigured   for  life.  OTTAWA, Ausust (>.��� The governor general Is advised of the death of trooper  Quinn of Brandon of enteric fever; trooper sergeant XV. Chalmers nf Moosomin, N.  AV. T., and trooper Harry Sproulo of Winnipeg, killed hi action at Mont ICop, South  Africa. j\I1 wore members of lire Soulh  African Constabulary.  An arrangement has been arrived at  betAveen the shareholders of the Venus  Gold Mining Company Avhereby it may  be possible to bring about an amalgamation of the Athabasca and Venus companies.   This, it is said, is the outcome  of the bond, which the Athabasca company had upon the Venus property, to  purchase at $150,000.    This proposition  has been referred to the Toronto shareholders in the Athabasca, and if they  approve of it the amalgamation of the  two companies will folloAV.   In this event  a neAV company Avill be formed with a  capital  of  $2,000,000.    Of  this   amount  the   Athtbasca   company   Avill   receive  stock to the amount of $970,000, and the  Venus company stock to the amount of  $570,000.    It  is   also  expected   that  an  arrangement will be arrived at for the  inclusion   of   the   Exchequer   company.  The  Athabasca  company   already   has  some hold upon the Exchequer company's property by Avhich it can acquire  the Exchequer company's assets in return for a certain amount of Athabasca  stock,   but  the   Athabasca   stock    has  fallen so much in value since this arrangement  Avas   entered  into  that  the  Exchequer   company  Avill  be  given  an  opportunity to retire from the arrangement if the officers of the company so  desire.    It is considered, however, that  the inclusion of the Exchequer with the  Athabasca   and   Venus   Avould   make   a  very  strong  company,  and   if the Exchequer company Avill come in under the  neAV arrangement it is proposed to issue  to it stock in the new company to the  amount of $100,000.  Should the amalgamation of the Athabasca and Venus companies, be brought  about under the terms abovo suggested  an assessment of fh'o cents per share  Avill be levied on the stock issued to  the present holders of Athabasca for the  purpose of paying off the debts of the  Venus and present Athabasca companies  and also to meet the expenses in connection with the building of a trannvay  to connect the Venus property Avith the  Athabasca mill as Avell as for necessary  development on both the Venus and  Athabasca. The neAV company Avill be  a Canadian company, with head offices  in Toronto, instead of in London, as is  the case at present Avith the Athabasca.  There is said to be sufficient ore at present blocked out in the Venus to keep  the Athabasca company's mill running  at its full capacity for two years. The  Venus ore is hot so high grade as that  of the Athabasca, but the Venus ledge  is much more regular than that of the  Athabasca and it can be Avorked much  cheaper. The general opinion is that  the arrangement noAV submitted to the  Toronto men Avill be acceptable and that  the first steps in the matter of the  amalsamation^AvilI_be_tak_cn_wUhi_n_a^  week.  direction of the ore body as well as its  width and distance from the surface. Just  Avhat meril there is In the method is  probably best left for those who have paid  for their experience witli it, nnfi, as it is  said to be a very expensive thing to play  with, only thoso who can a fiord it will  attempt to s.'.tisfy thoms*olve>> as to  whether there is anything in the claims  of tho inventor of the process or not. It  is to be hoped that Angus will realize his  dream, and by this means discover on the  Neepawa the greatest ore body on Ten-  mile, but is should be rememb**red that  the finding of ore on the Neepawa would  not establish the merit of the process,  nor would failure to find tho ore demonstrate that the scheme is a fake, because  A'ery much in either event would depend  upon the Neepawa itself.  PHILADELPHIA'S EXPLOSION  SIX   BUILDINGS  WERE  TOTALLY  DESTROYED.  Races Postponed.  COAA'ES, August 0.��� Although the king  decided that the Corves yachting program  should proceed, following the precedent set  by queen A'ictoria. at the death of the duke  of Saxe-Cobourg, the owners of the vessels  entered for the king's cup. which was to  have been raced for today, have resolved  out of respect for the dowager empress not  to start.  Hi  ',Z\  :"*�� I  j7 & I  -���si  1  . I,.  ���M  Seven Dead Bodies Have Already Been  Recovered and 50 or 60 More  or Less Injured,  BEATS HOLDING UP A TRAIN  THIEVES GET AWAY WITH $340,-  000 WORTH OF BULLION.  Dug a Tunnel Under the Selby Company's Works Near San Francisco  With the Above Result.  AN ELECTRICAL APPARATUS  For Discovering Oro Bodies.  Angus McGiliivray and Ed Shannon of  New Denver are registered at the Hurni;.  They are interested in the development of  the Neepawa property on Ten-mile, and  just at present aro congratulating themselves ,;pou the discovery of what, thoy  consider the most effective method of discovering just where their ore bodies are  located and their value and extent. They  have discarded for the present the old  expensive method of driving tunnels and  drifts into the mountain sido iri; the hope  of coming upon ore bodies where surface  show-in;* v ,,.rld si.ggest that thev should  be. and for the future propose to pir. their  faith upon an electrical contrivance whieh  it Is claimed can indicate the presence of  mineral without the expense of any surface work whatever Their attention \vr.;-.  directed io this process by reason of ex-  perim nts whicli w-ro. mado v ith It in  their vicinity, and their belief in it has  been strong' hened by re.'-ulU attained at  the Last Chance mine, where they say tht"  use of the finder lias resulted in the discovery of a new ore body on that property. These experiments, it is said, wero  made with the approval of Dr. Hendryx,  who is al present mam *-*lng the .Last  'Vhance properly, and the ore lindy discovered is said to have been burred by  several foot of wash.  Messrs..McGIUivr iv and Shannon had the  c-loctric geodetic mineral finder, as it is  called, on their properly on Ten-mile, ami  as a. result have been informed that they  have a very largo body of ore upon it.  The man operating the Under at tlie time,  however, did not thoroughly understand  it, and further tests will be necessary before the owners of the property can bo  fully Informed as to the extent and richness of the ore body, the presence of whicli  they bolieve tin; tinder indicated.  The method employed in this klml of  prospecting is lo send a current of electricity through the earth, and lhe nuiotrnt  of resistance registered indicates the nature of the ground through whicli Iho current passed. Metals, It is said, offer much  less resistance than other substances, and  when a. very lew resistance I.* rej-isteri'd it  is taken to Indicate the presence of minerals. Then by moving the current around  It is held  lo  be possible  lo determine tlio  SAN FRANCISCO, August 6.���Three  hundred and forty thousand dollars'  worth of gold bullion Avas stolen from  the Selby smelting Avorks at Vallejo during last night. Access to the strong  room Avhere the bullion Avas stored Avas  secured through a tunnel, Avhich the  thieves had bored _ from the edge of  San Francisco bay to the building some,  distance' from the Avater's edge. It is  supposed that the thieves took their  plunder away by boat. The Selby smelter is the largest on the Pacific coast.  Ores are sent there, from all parts of  -the -western slope for reduction. The  Avorks are located near the bay shore  about 30 miles from San Francisco, and  through the clever device of tunneling through the loose sand the robbers  secured a princely sum, the loss of  Avhich was not discovered nutil after the  works resumed operations today.  .VALLEJO, Cal., August G.���Gold  bricks valued at $340,000 were stolen during the night from the Selby Smelting  Works. The robbers evidently had been  Avorking on the job for tAvo or three  months. They had,, dug a tunnel from  outside the house, beginning Avith a  shaft about three feet deep. Thence they  Avorked underneath the vault and striking upwards bored a hole in the floor.  The hole Avas shaped like the manhole  of a boiler. Part of the holes were  bored tAvo months ago, it is thought,  and the last hole Avas completed during  the night. _ Through that hole they took  the gold bVicks and carried them to a  bank near the mouth of the tunnel east  of the works, Avhere they were evidently  placed in a boat. In their hurry the  robbers Jeft two bricks on tho hank.  Duiuh"{f=the=rnight~on��~6t"tli e~Avor km cir  PHILADBLPHIA, Augkst 6.���Six persons, all colored, are knoAvn to be dead  as a result of the terrible gasoline explosion last night Avhich tore to atoms  six buildings on Locust street, betAveen  Tenth and Eleventh streets, and wrecked over a score of others.    As to the  number  that  yet remain  in  the  ruins  of  the  Avrecked   buildings  all   is   mere  speculation.    Only one of the six that  perished   has   been   identified.    This   is  Annie Harris, a child of four years, Avho  lived at 1013 Locust street on the opposite side of the street from the building  in Avhich the explosion occurred.   It Avas  7 o'clock this morning before tho firemen, after working hard all night, had  the smoldering ruins sufficiently cooled  off to enable them to begin a search for  the  bodies  whicli  are  supposed   to  be  beneath the wrecked buildings.   At 1010 '  Locust street M.   Rosenthal,  Avife and -  five children lived.    They escaped Avith  broken  limbs  and -contusions,  but the  building  Avas   completely   Avrecked.     In  the   Rosenthal    home    Avas   a   boarder  named Frank Schmidt.    He Avas seated  at a thii'd story window Avhen the ex-  f plosion  occurred.    Schmidt AA'as  blown *.,  'through  the Avindow and  landed upon  the top cl  a stable 40 feet from'the  Avrecked  bull din-*.    He escaped  Avith a  few   bruises.     Forty-eight   persons   allJ. i  told wero taken to the hospital.   Of this  number  six   are    probably   fatally    injured.    Twenty-eight are suffering from  fractured limbs and burns, while the injuries   of  the  others   consist  of  slight  cuts from flying debris.    The scene at  the   Avreck   and   at   the   hospitals   this  morning is sickening.   Persons who had  relatives and friends living in the Avrecked structures are standing about Aveep-  ing and almost distracted, hoping that  ���their  loved  ones  may  have  escaped  a  .  terrible death, but fearful of the worst  The property loss will amount to about  $75,000, on which there is small insurance. &  PHILADELPHIA, August 6, 9:30 p. *  m.���Seven dead, three or four probably  fatally injured and more than CO other  persons, hurt more or loss seriously is  the revised record of last night's explosion in the block of buildings on Locust  street above Tenth in tliis city. Hoav  many more victims, if any, are still in  the ruins will not be knoAvn until all  the debris has been cleared aAvay. The.  latest find was made at S o'clock tonight.  The badly burned remains of a colored  man were found in the debris on the  sidcAvalk.  T"?r\  reported to his fellows that he heard  a noise in the strong room and declared  it Avas a ghost. The others ridiculed him  for his superstition, but no investigation  Avas made to sec Avhat caused the noise.  The entrance of the tunnel Avas covered with a frame, over Avhich the employes of the smelter passed repeatedly  every day, but no one seemed to notice  anything out of the Avay.  Sheriff "Vealo of Contra Costa county  and chief of police Sanford of Vallejo  have been notified and are now at the  works." The police of San Francisco arc  at work on the case, but so far there  is not the slightest cl.,-, to the robbers.  The work was that of skilled men and  their elaborate plans were carried out  without a hitch. They got all the bullion in tho vault, leaving behind only  the two bricks which dropped on the  shore. Only one day's accumulation of  refined gold was kept at the works. Yesterday's run was unusually heavy and  the gold was to have been shipped back  to San Francisco today.  The tunnel that the robbers excavated  was about three feet in diameter and  gave them plenty of room in which to  Avork.  It is supposed that the dirt from the  tunnel was taken out at night and  dropped into the bay. First reports  stated that the tunnel was tAvo or three  hundred feet long, but according to late  advices it was about 10 feet in length.  The shaft Avas started close to the wall  and was sunk below the foundation,  thence it was only a short distance  under the floor of the vault. It is thought  the men Avho committed the robbery  took their plunder in a launch and made  off for San Francisco. Following is a  list of the property stolen: Four fine  gold bricks, all numbered, and containing 6750 ounces; also 10,000 ounces of  gold in various shapes and a little silver. The gold in the bricks is worth  $20 an ounce.  Competition in Wine  SAN FRANCISCO, August C���Representatives of California viticuHural interests have learned that French exporters propose to enter into active competition with the wine makers of this state.  ~Itris~ltsserted_t!TaF~in tlTe~~Perfgord dis- '  trict of France the crop of grapes has  been so enormous that Avine has fallen  to less than one cent a gallon. The  French groAvers. according to the Chronicle, do not intend shipping Avine to this  country, oAVing to the tariff, but they  propose to send over condensed must.  Til's is unformed juice of the grape,  wli'ch can be quickly converted into a  fair wine by the addition of Avater. The  duty on must is only 20 per cent ad ,  valorem, it coming under the head of  "unr-numcratcd articles" in the tariff  schedules. Tho wine Interests of California will af once take steps to have  the omission of must from the tariff rectified by congress. |   ji  Fatal Election Disturbances.  A'lI.X'NA, August (!.���A dispatch received  In re from Belgrade says there is no truth  In the report circulated yesterday hy a  news agency In the United States that It!  persons were, killed and that III were wounded during the election disturbances at  l'rokupllo, Servia. The dispatch adds that  tire elections passed  off without disorder.  Off With Their Queoues.  NEW YORK. August 0.���An order issued by the head of the Chinese Reform  Association, with headquarters at San  Francisco, calls upon all Chinamen in  this country to remove their queqnes.  The order roads as follows, according to  the Tribune- "All good Chinamen who  are interested in tho cause of reform,  and who desire to better their condition and that of their native land, and  to improve their positions in the land of  their adoption, will at once proceed to  cut off their queques." It is said that  upon the members of the Association it  Avill be more binding than an imperal  edict from the hand of the emperor of  China. It wil affect several hundred  Chinese in this city although as yet no  branch of the association has been formed'here. In California the association  has G000 members.  Steel Workers' Strike.  PITTSBURG. August 6.���The Leader  says president Shaffer announced this  ���afternoon that general orders calling on  all the Amalgamated men in all of tho  Steel Combine mills to strike Avould go  out this afternoon. He declined to give  out a copy of the order in advance of  its receipt by the lodges.  A general strike order from president  Shaffer will be mailed to all the vice-  presidents of the Amalgamated Association tonight ordering the men out  August 10, unless there is an adjustment  of the differences in the meantime.  ii  11  hi ?feg'^*JBg*''*--��j*~_~��^^  I  CATCH  FISH  iVoiidna ts) mi dl-jaiJiJoiiitliijj  to the angler as to return  home after a day's fishing  with an empty creel. You  may make elaborate preparations and take apparently everything  that is necessary, rod, line, reel, casts,  Hies, troll, bait, net and galT, but unless  they are made ol the right stuff it is  money thrown away. Vexation and often  profanity follows. We are careful in the selection of our fishing tackle and know  something about it,'too. If you buy your  fishing tackle off us you will CATCH  PISH, but, if you don't, well perhaps you  ' might get a sucker.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  PUN-OS to Rest.   NKLSON. B. C.  i.i'rii'j.ifil tluill iS the liloiiily |K>WGt' Hi-  day; Conservative people tried to stem  the tide in 1S00, just as conservative  people are trying to stem the tide now.  Will history repeat itself?  wm mmmi mscw. b. a* wiMMDif. &vmw % 1001  *-> -!' -J- -t- -J* <i* *'- -_���> -.*��� '!4 -1-' 4- *l* 4- -i- -J* 4> #  ���_-  -I-  ���_*  ���b  *_*  -b -b -b -b -b -b"b -b 'b ���*���  ���.- ���*.- -5- *b ���>.-  Display advertisements run  regularly Avill be changed as often as required and will be inserted in the Daily Tribune for  ?4 per inch per month; if inserted for less than a month, 25  cents per inch each insertion.  ���b  -b  -.*���  ���b  -b-b-b  b*>  I'*  The Tribune, not being acquainted  with the conditions that existed in the  Coeur d'Alenes either prior to or since  the blowing up of the Bunker Hill mill,  cannot give an opinion as to the rights  'or the wrongs of the two parties engaged in that dispute. But The Tribune  does knoAV that the members of the  miners' unions in British Columbia are  just as law-abiding and just as good citizens as are the men who employ them,  and Avhen Bernard McDonald's personal  organ, the Rossland Miner, attempts to  - blacken their reputation by reprinting  column after column of a report that  the governor of Idaho made to the secretaiy of Avar, he is not acting the part  .of a good citizen.    The people of Brit-  ���ish Columbia will judge miners' unions  ,'hy their actions in British Columbia. So  far, they have been laAV-abiding organisations; and Bernard McDonald's news-  .paper is no more justified in beginning  r,a campaign, of  detraction  against the*  -��-minors and miners' unions of this prov-  , ince than it has to commence such a  ; campaign against the printers and print-  - ers' unions of British Columbia." Bcr-  .'-nard McDonald has been credited Avith  -,- -having brains, but he has evidently been  ?, overrated,   for   no  man  Avith   ordinary  "common sense Avould willfully slander  ���a class of men AVithout AA'hose aid min-  'ing could not be made a profitable industry.  The Portland Oregonian, a newspaper  -'that cannot be classed as an organ of  - trades unionism, has the folloAving to  say editorially regarding the injunctions  recently issued by judge Hanford of  Washington and judge Gager of Connecticut: "Under this rule a striker  *: could not talk with another workman  ���'at any place or time Avith a purpose  "to convert him to the strikers' cause,  "under penalty of being5 punished for  '"contempt of court. If this injunction  " will hold water as the law of the  "land, why, then, the judge can forbid  '"the holding of n'ublic meetings by  "the strikers and the delivering of ad-  " dresses designed to influence non-  " union workmen, and prohibit the  "printing of reports of such meetings  '��� in the newspapers. This Connecticut  __!!_injunction_is_a_direct=bloAV=at=free,  " speech, the right of public assemblage  " and the freedom of the press since, all  " these things are in danger by logical  " extension of the doctrine of contempt  " of court set forth in judge Gager's in-  " junction. What labor asks at the  " hands of capital is not the beneficence  " that is dictated by self-interest but  " simple justice." ��  Great in Character.  Admirers of lord Roberts had perhaps  more reason than the Irish members to  object to the phrases in hon, A. J. Balfour's speech,  Avhich likened the commander-in-chief to John Churchill, duke  of Marlborough.    Irish jealousy for the  fame of Marlborough is a neAV development.   There are two sides to the question whether Roberts or Churchill was  the greater soldier.    The  military genius of Roberts might liaA'o been equal  to all the triumphs of Marlborough, and  the character of Marlborough would not  have enabled him to win the triumphs  Avhich adorn the fame of lord Roberts.  Roberts might not have been equal to  the  opportunities   Avhich   Marlborough  improved on the continent but it is far  from   certain   Marlborough   could   haA'e  brought  order   out  of  chaos   in  South  Africa.   The great duke Avould have had  to develop an honesty Avhich he never  displayed in life or he would have trucked and traded in the supplies and pay  for the army in South Africa Avhile his  men were starving.    The steady flame  of lord Roberts' greatness needs to borrow no glory from the corrupt genius  of John Churchill, duke of Marlborough.  ���Toronto Telegram.  Claf-'iiiicd advertisements in- -i  serted for ONE-HALF CENT A ���)  word each insertion. No atlver- ���!  tiseinent accepted for less than -i  25 cents. -j  ;..j. .?. .r..j. .?. .���..������..���..������..���..j..j..j..2..j.^  SSSSS^SS^^  isaxscaissss&^i  ARTICLES FOR SALE.  SI'WIKG   iMjACMJiS'KS   OF  ALL,  KINDS  for rent at the Old Curiosity Shop.  Will Bar Foreigners  The imperial German government in  response to pressure from academical  quarters is about to take steps to restrict the access of foreign students to  German universities. At the present  moment there are 3000 foreigners on the  books of German universities, Berlin  heading the list with more than 900. Of  the 3000 there are about 500 Americans.  These figures do not include foreigners  studying at the technical high schools  of Germany. The German government  takes the ground that a disproportionate  share of the limited accommodations  of the laboratories of the universities  and technical high schools is given to  foreigners to the detriment of the native students for Avhom these institutions Avere primarily intended. All the  universities are state supported, -and it  is considered unfair that German taxpayers should provide for the education  of foreigners, whose instruction thus ob- ���  tained brings no return to the German  empire, since it is carried abroad. The  German government, therefore, plans  measures of a very radical character to  restrict, if not to stop entirely, the admission of foreigners to German univer-  sitiesand high schools, a laAv Avhich cannot fail to create a sensation in the  United States, where there are so many  men' of science avIio have received their  education in Germany.   FOR KENT- _  Ulil'Wl'RV .HOTKL, SjANLON,"bT"c.  Furnished throughout Willi all requirements for same. Apply to Carl Baud.  New York Brewery, Sandon.  FURNISHED FRONT ROOMS AND  sitting room lo let; over Vanstone's drug  store; $-'.50 per week.  SEVEN ROOM 1IOUSf0 ON CARIiON-  ato street, between Stanley and Kootenay  streots; baiii room, hot and cold, water.  Kent ��li5. Jm.uirc AV. p. Robinson, Nelson.  FURNISHED FRONT ROOM WITH OR  AVithout board. Apply four doors above  City Hall, Victoria street.  SEVEN ROOM AND BASEMENT  house on the corner of Victoria and  Cedar streets; modern conveniences. ij_5.  Apply lo J. Coxhead, Cedar street.  SIX ROOM COTTAGE AT BALFOUR  to let by the month or for tlie season. Immediate possession. Good fishing. Apply  C. AV. Busk, Kokanee creek. Phono Glia.  Or to R. H. AVilliams, 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. ���  ���f\ r  A ��� H 1  sr ixxxzxxzxzxxzzxzxzxxxzzzxzzzizzixzxzx:  to  LADIES' SUNSHADES  AT HALF PRICE.  UMBRELLAS AT CUT  PiilGES.  ^zxxxzxxxzxzxzxxxxxz.izr_xzxzxzxxxzxxTajxx-ii  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  LACE ALLOVERS,  RIBBONS, VEILINGS,  DRESS TRIMMINGS  AT REDUCED PRICES.  xxxxxxxxxxxxxzxxxxxixxxxxxxxxzxxxxxxxzvi.  .- We will offer during the remainder of this week special bargains in Carpets, ;!;  Rugs, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Window Shades, Table Covers, Floor Oilcloth, Lin- JJJ  oleums, Crumb Cloths, and Ingrain Squares, at prices never before equaled in Nelson.  WANTED.  WANTED - THREE WIFLEY CON-  centrators in good condition. Apply Annable & Qewar.  HELP JW^NTBD^_  "w-ANTED-HOTEL COOK. $75.00; RAIL^  road men; woman cook; waitresses; waiters; laundry ."girl. Nelson, Employment  ���Agency, phone'-'VS.  ��� WANTED LABORERS AND TEAM-  sters lor railroad construction. I-Ielp furnished ; free. Apply at Western Canadian  Employment  Oflice,  Ward  street,   Nelson.  WANTED BOYS.���GOOD.'ACT!VJii j-v.-U  reliable boys to act as selling agents for  The Daily Tribune in overy town in Kootenay and  Yale districts.     v__kO!5'i\   LOST*"ON WARD STREET,'BETWEEN  Silica, and Victoria, a pocket book containing a ring (10 pearls),.a $10 gold piece and  a SI bill. W. C. McLean, corner Silica and  AVard streets.  naqts  FROM   EVERY  DEPARTMENT.  BARGAINS IN  VALISES   TRUNK3  AND  TRAVELING BAGS.  '.ix7z_x__xz_-iij-zzxizxxzxx_zxZ-X-axx_zz--_-zn--  36  Bakep  Street  ifz_T_c__zxxxxxxzzxxxx_xx:n_n_zxzL_axx.Txixz___zx_czi:  6    ���  S LADIES' KID GLOVES  g 50 CENTS PER PAIR .'*���  M SEE OUR WASH  ] KID GLOVES.  ixxxxx_xz_xxxzz_a_cxzx  ���^^^^^^'SLl'SSLl'SL'iS^iSL'^L_'0w'fSr'*0'00'00.0i0'00.00.   ���_������ -.  ^-ty* ***^�� "*���*<*��,. ^***.* ^���r*, ��� *^rr.�� *"*Q\ ��� ^r^* ^**��. ��� ***"**.��� *-B'K ��� *^b),' ^*rrry ���^55*'  00 "     "  y*^fr.��!g�� ^e_&.y*XSJi- -*t*j**r *MB>'>gg3��--  '   00 ' 00' 00 '      J  00  ^5*  LOST��� A OOLD CHAIN UltACBLIiiT,  between Vernon street and Mines road.  Finder please return to tliis ollicc an.c*. receive reward.  WANTBD���MINING PROPERTIES:  FREE MILLING GOLD PROPERTIES.  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. Tho Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C, Room 4,  K. W. C. Block.  A hanusomn Celtic cross is to be erected in the grounds of Balmoral castle as  a memorial of duke Alfred of Saxe-Co-  burg-Gotha. The cross, which is con-'  structed of granite from a neighboring quarry, was ordered last autumn  by f*.ueen Victoria.  "Colonel Jack" Egai., an old-time Pacific   Coast   printer-journalist,   has   as-  ''''*.; sumed  editorial  charge of the  Nelson  \   Miner.   In the early days "Colonel Jack"  was a compositor on the Virginia (Ne-  ; vada)   Enterprise, and  afterwards was  a reporter on the San Francisco Examiner.    When Nathan Cole, jr.,  started  the Portland  (Oregon)  News to knock  the Oregonian  out,  he hired  Egan as  -managing editor.    From  the News he  went to the Seattle Telegraph as city  editor, and from Seattle came to Rossland, where he was city editor of the  ���  ,Miner until Bernard McDonald became  .   its owner.   Egan is well versed in mining lore and knows what news is.   He  has been so long in the business, and  experienced   so  many  of  its  ups   and  I downs, that he is a cosmopolitan.   The  Miner has been so long in the hands of  men who were not cosmopolitan and not  newspapermen,  that a change in that  journal should he noticeable from this  time on.   ;A conflict that may not be as serious  as was the one that began in 1SG1 is  surely coming in the United States. The  lines are becoming pretty tightly drawn,  and it will only need a few more such  injunctions as those issued by judge  Hanford of "Washington and judge Gager  of Connecticut to bring on the conflict.  The signs are little different from those  that preceded the greatest civil war of  modern times, and the forces arrayed  are much the same. The slave power  became arrogant; but it was no more  Try it. Ironbrew.  The new cooling drink, Ironbrew.  EAST KQOTENAY'S FIRStT  ANNUAL MINERAL,  AGRICULTURAL AND  INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION  THREE D/\Y3  OF   INSTRUCTION,   INTEREST AND  ENJOYMENT.  CR/\NBI500K, B.' C.,'SEPTEVIBEH 25 to 27* 1901.  The best program ever seen in the country. See posters and eir-eulars for.further  particulars. Mineral exhibit, bucking contests, agricultural exhibit, horse races.  Specially���low��� rotum=railway=ratcs���from=  all iioints.  A. \\r. McVlTTIK, Secretary.  GOLD, COPP';'R, SILVWU, LIJAD  mines and prospeets warned. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Kxchange,  Nelson, P.  C, Room -1,   Iv. AV. C. Block.   .  ' TgAS,   WK HAVE INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas in great variety, choicest quality. We make a. specially of blending teas  and sell them iii any quantity at lowest  rates.  Kootenay  Col't'ec  Company.  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spidor Leg, Pan  Fired: in bulk or packages. Kootonay Coffee company.  ICE CREAM  SETS  We have a very handsome  Ice Cream Set in silver  plate, consisting of half a  dozen spoons and one  server. The price is $6,50.  Best quality plate.  BROWN BROS  Opticians and  Jeweler-*.  THAT FINFj BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  we are selling at 30 cents per pound' is  giving the best of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootenay   Coffee   Company.  _FURNITURE.  D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FLrRNlTUKli*  dealers, undertakers, and ombnlmors. Day  'phone No. 21)2, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new   postoffice   building,   Vernon   street,  Nelson, ..' ______  v���.__      JDRAYAG^^ __  furnituri_,~pianos, safes' fZ'sgZ.  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J.. T. AVilson, Phone *_70, Prossei-'s second Hand store, Ward street.  IIAKER STH.KET  NELSON  'ICE^CREAM^ANP^FRUI1:*.'.  FOR COMFORT AND CONVENIENCE  go to tlio ice cream parlors of J. A. McDonald, Baker street, where every attention and requisite is supplied.   CHOP-HOUSE.  PIONEER CHOP HOUSE, JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  ���Baker streot, Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling  parties supplied on shortest notice.   ._J^:CH}^CTS^  A. C; EWART.���ARCHITECT. ROOaT^  Aberdeen Block, Baker Street.  Nelson.  ^ ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAI' ELECTRIC SUPPLY~X  Construction Company.���wholesale dealers,  in telephones, annunciators,, bells, battel-  les, electric fixtures and appliances Houston Block, Nelson.  P. BURNS vt CO.-BAKER STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in fiesh and  cured meats. Cold storage.  ^ WINES^AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMjS  ted���Corner of Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in wines, case and  bulk, and domestic and imported cigars  TURNER, BEETON _ CO.-CORNER  Vernon and Josephine streets. Nelson,  wholesale dealors in liquors, cigars and diy  goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Company of Calgary. ' .  KOOTENAY   COFFEE CO.  ������s ���s ���*���** **���* *** ************  Coffee Boasters  Dealers in Tsa anc| Coffee  ****'***&**���***.**.***.*.*****  We aro ofTaring at lowest- prices thu host  grades of Ceylon, India; China and Japau  Teas.  Our-Beaf-, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound... ........$  40  Mocha and Java-Mend, 3 pounds . 1 00  Choice Blend Coflee, 4 pounds  I 00  Special Blend Coffee, (i'poimds ....... 1 on  Rio Blond Coffeo, S pounds ...  1 00  Special Blend Coylon Tea, per pound 3d  ���I-  ' ;b *���_��� v -b -I** v v  Tiades Union and Fi ale.ii.il  Society Notices ot legnlai meet-  in&'& will be chaiged 25 cents a  line per month No notice accepted foi less than $1 pei month  -2- ���> ���:- ���:- -:��� ���:�� ���:- ���:- *:��� -:- ���:- ���_- * -:��� ���_��� *.-  TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  HUN Li-ib i J MUN J\U Du W I- of M ���  Meets in Mineis Union Hall, noi invest  couici ot Balcc. and buinli... btieeit,, t_\t_i_r  faauuday evening ai *. o clock Visaing  membeis welcome M P. Mo\s it, piebi-  acni, James Will..,, !_ocieiai> Union scale  ol \\.i..s, ior JNelson district pei shut Machine men W 50, hammcismen y$ 2o, mucK-  eis, carmen, sho\i_.eLS>, and othet undei-  giouncl laboiei., $->  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY GOFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  =PrOrBox=i82r?  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  ���s'nmtmmn  BtBaamsaasxa  HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKER STl-KET, JNtLbON  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated _y Pt-am 25 Cents to $?  AMERICAN AHD EUROPEAN  PLANS  LAblNDRV WORKERS' UNION ���  Meets at Mineis Unron Hall on louitli  Mondav in e\eiy month at 7 JO o clock p.  m JJ Pape, president, A W McPlc, sci.-  ictaiy  CVRPLN'IEUS UNION MELTS WCD-  ncsdaj e\ening of eich week at 7 o clock,  in Mmcis Union Hall C J Claj ion,  president,  Alex   JJ   jUui___>,  secietarv  KARISCRS' UNION, NO 19b, OF THE  Intel nauonal louincimon B.ubeis Union  ol Aincuca, meeis lrrst and ihlul Mondav_  ol each mon th m Mrncis Union Ilall at  !>-0 sluup Vicilnrg members lrnitcd It.  McMahon, piesideiu, J II MUheson societal i -ireasuici, J C Gatdner, lecoidnu  seciuaii  PAINTERS UNION MlJET TIIE FIRST  and thud Vi idaj ���* in each month at Miners Union Uall at 7 JO sharp Walter R.  Kee, piesideiu, llemy Bennett,  secretaiy.  PJ-VS1CRERS LNrON AtEU'i S EVERY  Mondaj ovening in tho Elliot Block at 8  o clock J 11 Mojei, piebident, "William  A ice, societal v  P   O  Bo*, lbl  FISHING TACKLE  WE HAVE  THE BEST  FLIES  AND  BEST  LEADERS MADE.  THE  ���!* -I- 'b -b 'b *b -b 'b -I- -b -b 'b -b -b -b -b <v  'b Cards of Wholesale Houses, un-.  ���I- dor classified' heads, will be  -.*��� charged 50 . cents a line per  ���!* month. No advertisement aceept-  ���I- ed for less than $1 per month.  'b 'b 'b 'b 'b 'b *b 'b *b *b *b 'b -b -b *b -b *b  ASSAYERS'  SUPPLIES.  Ote***r- **.*.**.**���*���*���**���*���*.*���*���*���*���*<$���&.  (F . "-ft  I ARTHUR    QBB  *  * MERCKANT T*\IL0R                     W  ���li 91  Hi LMIIK-"'TA'll'.On               I1A.KER            91  \U MADK SUlTd.         STRKKT I0AST.     9.  �������� fi  '*._ **���* **���* *** *** * ** *���** *���** 3&  XV.   F.  TEETZEL  &  CO.���CORNER OF  Bakor    and    Josephine    streets,    Nelson  wholesale   dealers   in   assayer's   supplies'  Agents for Denver Fire Clay Company if  ���Denver, Colorado.  Minnows, silver and gold and Phantoms  Silk  Lines  >���      Liindiiig Note  And a eplondid lino of nil fishing requisites.  NO    219   BAKER   STREI.T.   NKLSON.  T  T  lUU,  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale of boots and shoes.  J.  prietor  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO 23 , A F &  A M meets oecond Wednesday in  each month Sojourning bicthicn  invited  NELSON     ROYAL    ARCH     CHAPTER  No   1_:_, G   R   C���Meets thud Wednesday,  bOJOUl.n.lg      OOiTiijinrioris  Johnstone,   ___.;  E.  W  lnviieu.     ijeorgo  Matthews,  S.  E.  NELSON AERIE, NO. 22 F. O. E ���  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of  each month at Fraternity HaU. George  Bartlett,   president;   J.   V.   Morrison,   sec-  ���KOOTENAY"TENT"^TOT_7rK71^T~Ttjr^r  Regular  meetings   flrst  and  third  Thurs-  ?S'S ��*-,?a,*;h ipontli. Visiting Sir Knights  are   cordially   invited   to   attend.   Dr.   XV.  Brow,n,Rl?.I_-.; A-  W-  PUrdy'  C��m-;  G- A'  CANADA DRUO & BOOK GO.  K.-W.-C. Block.       Cornor Ward and Baker Sts  IFie-TXXT  cr^ze-s.  IN HALF GALLONS, QUARTS AND PINTS.  WE ALSO HAVE ALL KINDS OF FRUIT.  JJOjMMISSlONJtfERCHANTS.  H. J. EVjVNS & co.-i^kejr~s1Freet  Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors  cigars, cement, lire brick ami fire clay  water, pipe and steel rails, and general  commission merchants.  HAJtDWARE^AND MINING SUPPLIES  H.    Bi'ERS   &   CO.-CORNER   BAKJSR'  and   Josephine   streets,   .s��lson,   wholesale  dealers In  hardware and mining supplies  Agents for Giant Powder Company.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE Col-H^AI^Y���  Baker street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water  and plumbers' supplies.  ANNOUNCEMENT  R. A. Elliot, who for some time lias  handled the Hazel wood Company's business in this city, lias decided to open a  storo on his own account on Ward street,  near Victoria. He will make a specialty of  home made baking and pastry, as well as  pickles and preserves.   ^GROCERIES.  A. MACDONALD &rZ'oZ77C7ixC7\'^u'<Zjli-i  Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale  grocers and jobbers in blankets, gloves,  mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws and millers' sundries.  KOOTKNAY SUPPLY~COMPANY^17lM--  Ited.���Vernon street, Nelson, wholesale  grocers.  JOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-FRONT  street, Nelson, wholesale grocers.  BAKER   STREET,    NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air,  Large comfortable bedrooms 'and flrst-  class dining room. Sample rooms for commorcial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Ho as ton Block, Baker Street.  Telephone 161.   P. O. Box 176  JOHN A. IKVING &, CO.  rs. L 0. Clarke, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  ouae  Baker and "Ward  Streets,  Nolson.  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one management since 1S90.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and  lighted by electricity.  Tho bar is always stocked by the best  domestic and imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  J. Y. GRIFFIN   ���*_ CO.-FRONT STREET,  Nelson,   wholesale   dealers   in   rirovlsions,  J cured meats, butter and eggd.  J. I-I. McMANNUS, Manager.  Bar stocked witli best brands of wines,  liciuors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First class table board.  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  lornl snd coaefc.  Flooring  lacnl and cotiat.   .  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  . Of ivU kinds.  IF WHAT TOU WAN..* IS NOT Iff "*TOOjX  was wi%j. TitAiri- st fob too  OALl, ANC rt'"'T PK-ICBB.  ' ���    ���'_.H      Is  -5UIX iStO LiEE SXBEBTS. XBISON  DISSOLUTION OF 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 Heroeri F. Leo  .-.Il his interest in ihe business, assets,  good will nnd book accounts.  AU persons indebted to the said partnership are hereby requested to make payment to the said Herl.'ort F. Lee, who has  assumed and will pay the liabilities of the  partnership, and wbo will continue the  partnership  business.  HERBERT   F.   LEE,  T-,    .    ,-,  H-   BURNETT.  Witness: R. A. CREECH.  Nelson, B. C'��� July I5th, 1901.  DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.  NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE Copartnership existing botweeo the undersigned, doing business as hotelkcepers at  the town of Erie, B. C, is dissolved. All  debts owing by the llrm will be paid by  David Church, who will also collect all  debts due the Arm.  T1?atfLat  Erie'   B-   C"  this 17th  day  of  July, 1901. DAVID J. BROWN,  DAVID CHURCH.  HEAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residonee Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Office   on   Baker  street,   west  of   Stanley  Street, Nelson.  R. B. REILEY  SiX'r.KSSOR TO H.  D.  ASHCTtOFT.  BLACKSMITHS   AND    WOOD    W0RK-*r.c��  EXPERT HORSESHOEING,-  Special attention given to all kinds of  repairing and custom work from outside  points. Heavy bolts made to rordor on  short notice.  ���I      l__  -���    I  CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  ��,.Tiffer', Kitch,oner and L,ast Chance mineial claims, situate in the Nelson mining  i'^n ��f W^t Kootenay district. Wlierf  ISSN'S?: ��PS Morninar mountain on the eas?  ?i,��e T��-f -?an(3y creek about one mile from  the Kootenay river. Take notice that I,  R. famith, tree miner's certificate 55,7C2b,  acting as agent for A. Thorn, free miner's  certiheate 55,670b, Henry E. Hammond,  free miner's certificate. 55,669b, and An-  ?_:,",.oiale-:D* Grl��ve, free miner's certificate  55,M)*_b, intend sixty days from the. date  li-*rcof to apply to the mining recorder  for a certificate of Improvements, for the  purposo of obtaining a crown grant of tho  above claim. And further take notice that  action, under section 37, snust 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 ICootonay district. Where  located: On Forty-nine creek about 200-  yards from hydraulic dam. Take notice  that I, E. W. Matthews, acting as agent  for Henry Samuel Crotty, free miner's  certificate No. b-19,970, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining a-  crown grant of the above claim. And  further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such-certificate.of improvements..  Dated this lSth day of July, A. D. 190L ^g^rw^0f��iae<aaBaujtainjm  szA&Baaei&i&a-  ,r..,���,,^^���M-���^,TO_��,,_���,w�����,..j~-^-.. ���^���-~..      ._.... __j.-���.    t,..!,,.���^.�����������������. i 1.._ �����- -j ���'w^.-        "������ - ������"- ���-���������!������ ���__-���...... ,  ,. -������., ������      "��� 7 .....,������-,-*"-     , ��r��";>-��__��^����TT��i.'.'ri'...   .��-i^fin-r/jwrr-i ; n i.^-rf-n. ,u<a^_j_aiaagt.^^r.;^t1|^j^,..<a^  iBAffl OF I0NT1EAL  CAPITAL, aU paia n**.....$12,000,000.00  BEST    7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  THE CANADIAN  OF COMMERCE  [Lord Strathcona and Mount) Royal ...President  Hon. Goorge A. Drummond Vico-President  K. S. Clovston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor arrd Kootonay Stroots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  ,   tirariohor* In London (Kngland) Nkw York,  |Chicaoo, and all tho prinoipal oitioa iu Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cattle  ITraiisfors.  Grant Commorcial and Trailers' Credits,  {available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto,  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT RATK OF INTEREST PAID.  "HE SCRLEYMESTIQATION  WITn WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK  OP  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,       -     -     -     $8,000,000  Reuervo Fund,       ....  $2,000,000  ACGRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President,  Robt. Kllgour,         Vice-President.  London Office, 00 Lombard Streot, B. O.  Now York   Office, 1G   Exchange   Place.  and _a Branches irr Canada and tho  United States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.. Prosonc rate  three per cent.  GRANGE  V. HOLT,  Managor Nelson Branch.  IIPEBM BANK  OF    0-A-3TST-A.XD-A.  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  S2.500.000  $1,860,000  H. S. HOWLA.ND . Prosident.  I>. It. WILKIE General Manager.  E. HAY Inspeotor.  **ZZ?'^>  St_'____*^'__2S__i_'______!*  "00  ���00Jkt i  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THE   C01.nl.NT   RATE   OP-INTKU**BT   ALLOWED.  Arraignment, and Defense.  Apropos of the approaching court-martial   of  admiral   Schley   the   following  Ipoints to be touched upon will be of interest.   Schley's defense will be:  First���That the delay before Cienfue-  feos was caused by the failure of Sampson to provide Schley with certain signal codes.  Second-���That  the movement toward  Key West for coal was made after the  liblest   scouts   of   the   navy   informed  |5chley that the Spanish fleet had  not  ���een seen to enter the harbor of-Santiago; and that weather conditions made  advisable to coal in port.  Third���That the resuts of the battle  jiliow the loop to have been courageous,  jlirewd and effective.  * CHIEF WITNESS SCHLEY.  First���The alleged delay at Cienfue-  3s, Cuba:  "My orders from rear admiral Samp-  ton of May 19th were to blockade Cien-  aiegos. Tbis 1 proceeded to do imme-  (.iately.  ."I was on the spot acting under orders  t*hich   gave  me   entire  discretion   and  Ict clothed me with the responsibility  f going .to Santiago only after I was  atisfied that the Spanish licet was not  t Cienfuegos."  , Second���The alleged slow progress toward Santiago de Cuba.  "The secretary assumes that I was in  liult for allowing the Eagle, which was  If small importance as a fighting, force  |ompared with the rest of the force, to  Dduce materially tho speed of the  |quadron.  "She was a part of the force which  jflmiral Sampson had thought proper to  *nd me, together with the Iowa and the  (ci-Iier Merrimac.    If I had known that  he Spanish lleet was in the latter port  trust it is not necessary for me to assure anyone that no consideration of the  ^.agle or anything else would have pre-  ���ented   me   from   getting there  tit   the  1 earliest possible moment with the larger  f-essels; but the weather and sea and  the slow-moving vessels made it impossible to do better than 1 did."  Third���The retrograde movements of  rjMay 26th and 27th:  "Acting in accordance with my best  J judgment, in view of the circumstances,  I.without any certain  knowledge of the  [^hereabouts of the Spanish fleet; after  '-'having been informed  by the  'scouts,'  commanded by such oflicers as Sigsbee,  .Jewell   and   Wise,   that  although   they  'had all been off Santiago de Cuba for a  Iweek they had seen nothing of it and  fknew nothing of its movements or its  fwhereabouts since it had left Curacao;  fafter  having  been  assured   by  Sigsbee  Ithat he did not believe it Avas in San-;  tiago, and by the emphatic declaration-  *>f pilot Nunez, and knowing that,  as  Jthe sea and weather were then, it would  lie impossible to coal any squadron off  [the port, I deemed it best to take the  iction I did, the final result of which  Kvas the location of the enemy's fleet in  Ithe Santiago harbor."  r'=Eour-th���The=battle-of-=Santiago=anct  fche destruction of Cervera's fleet:  "The facts of that contest speak for  themselves."  This will be the arraignme.nt by ad-  liral Sampson:  First���That   Schley   negligently   de-  Iayed the progress of the flying squadron  rom Cienfuegos to Santiago.  Second���That   Schley   turned   away  I rom Santiago under the excuse of need-  ng coal for the squadron, without hav-  lg ascertained that the Spanish fleet  vas not in the harbor of Santiago; that  [his movement, halted in its incipiency,  ras in disobedience of orders.  Third���That Schley made a cowardly  Dop in the face of the enemy with his  (agship Brooklyn during the battle of  mtiago.  CHIEF WITNESS SAMPSON.  As outlining his possible testimony,  tdmiral Sampson has said of the Maclay  listory, in which admiral Schley is call-  Id "caitiff," "coward" and "incompe-  l-nt":  "In one way, possibly, I was responsi-  Ile for. the statements made in the his-  >ry.   I was commander-in-chief of the  liiadron, and was responsible, so far as  rading the proof goes.   If the historian  is taken facts from my official reports  the navy department that is all well  ad good.   I stand by first reports and  llicial  communications.    Schley's  first  itement regarding the battle of San-  igo    was    moderately    correct.  . The  Jterviews given out some time after-  ird were not at all correct.   They were  I.tirely different from his first accounts,  id were written in a different spirit, I  ink."  The first complaint admiral Sampson  ide was  of date of July 10,  1898,  a  feel,  after  the  naval   engagement  at  jntiago.    Admiral Sampson telegraph-  the secretary of the navy as follows:  ["With regard to commodore Schley, I  iich prefer that the department should  side his case.   I am unwilling to fully  (press my own opinion.    His conduct  ion he first assumed command on the  ith coast of Cuba I assumed to be as  l?ll  known to  the  department as  to  /���self.    Had the commodore left his  Iition  off   Santiago  de   Cuba  at  that  le he probably would have been court-  Jirtialed.   Were I alone in this opinion  Ivould certainly doubt my judgment,  Jt as far as I  know this  opinion is  lfirmed by the say of other command-  ; oflicers here acquainted with the cir  cumstances. This reprehensible conduct I cannot separate from his subsequent conduct, and for this reason I  ask you to do him ample justice on this  occasion. All was wrong with Schley,  from the first moment he had anything  to:do with tlie naval engagement that  ended-in the annihilation of the Spanish fleet off Santiago. Misunderstanding there never was, and never could  have been."  ; Here follows the 'attack made by historian Maclay, which caused the admiral  to demand an investigation:  "In his report about the coal supply  of the vessels under his command, Schley  exhibited either a timidity " amounting  to absolute cowardice or a prevarication  of facts that were intrinsically falsehoods. Schley r turned in caifi.1 flight  from the danger spot toward which  duty, honor and the whole American  people were most earnestly urging him.  Viewed in whatever light it may be, the  foregoing dispatch cannot be characterized otherwise than as being without  exception the most humiliating, cowardly and lamentable report ever penned  by an American naval officer."  As to the reconnoissance at Santiago:  "This timid and nerveless attack on  Cervera's ships is the more disappointing when we remember the elaborate  and brave preparations Schley had made  to get at the enemy in earnest. Schley's  farcical blockade cannot; be described  otherwise than as willful disobedience  of orders."  As to the loop of the Brooklyn:  "Schley hastily ordered his helm aport.  'But that will carry us,into the Texas,'  said the officer. /Let the Texas take care  of herself,' was 'the heartless reply, and  the shameful spectacle1 of an American  ���'warship, supported by'a force superior  to the enemy's���a warship whose commander had expended such vast quantities of ammunition on target practice  in the presence of a fashionable hotel  at Hampton Roads, in order to meet a  worthy foe���-deliberately turning tail  and running away, was presented." ,  "Cervera nobly threw down the gauntlet.   Schley cravenly declined to pick it  up." - '-         WHAT CERVERA THINKS.  "Actions speak. The good-old proverb is:.! 'Actions speak louder than  words.' Why not apply it to admiral  Schley. Understand that what I say is  in light of this distinction. As a Spaniard I look upon that war as being as  unjust as the war which England is;  no*,y waging against the Boer republics.  Personally, I shall never forget the generous and courteous treatment that was'  accorded to me by the Americans, and  particularly by admiral Schley. He impressed me as a gallant officer and a  high-minded gentleman to the fullest  sense of the phrase. A priori, I should  say that a man of noble principles and  general impulses cannot be a coward.  To such men I would look rather for  Castilian bravery. The naval battle of  Santiago was short and decisive-r60  short that there was ho time for any  exchange of compliments; so decisive  that I can hardly believe that cowardice  was thinkable. The fight was over in  about three hours and three-quarters.  Had  I  been  captured  in  the_days  qf_  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  blockading position, was within range  of our ships and batteries all the time,  though our ships lacked certain things  necessary for full effectiveness. Admiral  Schley showed ability and thoroughness.  It is a case of demonstrated valor  against possible bravery. It is a case  of the difference between the act and  the possibility, or, as the old -philosophers used to say, between the esse and  the posse. The^ philosophical axiom  which -I learned in my schooldays,  namely, 'A posse ad' actum non valet  consecutio,' ('To be able to do a thing  is not the same as doing it') probably  applies to this case. I don't know admiral Sampson and I have no comment  to make upon him. Your ships .went  straight to work, probably without much  commanding. Admiral Schley accomplished fully the work allotted to him,  and, therefore, it does not seem to me  that there is any room for adverse criticism���at least, from the American side."  to  9\  to  to  Established in Nelson 1890.  TIME  TELLS A STORY  60*1100* 00' 00 * 0j0.'00i._0^ 00 -00.00. 00 .00. __t__0. _____*_____*   .^    _^     - -  ���J"***H_tI��* ^T-TM-��i-t-_>4-T*-_> ClT-^-IIIlL--.���_________________ ____W____GZ_ * __r ** __r 't^*t^ *^0 ��� 00  to  to  to  to  For more Mran ten years. \\w goods of Jacob Dover havo boen made on honor, and sold on merit. Onr lino today Is lnrgor  anil bettor- than licfon*. Our stock or Diamond** and Precious {.tones in tho largest in the KoolcnayB. Wo solicit your pntroir-  ago. toy Lni) ing from me you will buvo '20 per cent on each dollar, and you will De getting quality as well as quantity, as I guarantee all goods bought from me.  ��*��*  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B.C.  to  to  %  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR..  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  to  to  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  re always right.  to  9}  /ft  :&&&&&&&&& &&4Z&& ii->-*iSv*Bi*B>ai-_.^_aJS^___��-.^-^.-^.^.-��^-X''  ���^���^-'^���'^���'^-���^���^'^���Xi��''��*-^**'��.���'�����*���_��� *v-V*,*�� 0'0'0,00'^0'^0'ZS'^_0'ZS1^S1zS^____syS^^1^f-^^j^^f^^'0^' f  ~ancient~Rome, my back might have been  used as a stepping place for the conqueror mounting his horse. Admiral  Schley treated me on. terms of absolute  equality. His flagship, the Brooklyn,  was west in the blockading line, and  was therefore the most exposed. She  was engaged in a running fight with  the Viscaya and the Colon. When the  Brooklyn and the Oregon got within  range of the Colon they opened fire, and  the latter was compelled to run ashore.  The Christobal Colon also struck her  colors to the Brooklyn and the Oregon.  The   Brooklyn,  holding the   westward  Astor Wants Battle Abbey. ',.;   ,  "William Waldorf At>;.or is negotiating  with thes executors of the late duchess  of  Cleveland,  and   with  her  principal,  heir, captain Forrester/for the purchase  of Battle Abbey, her historic home in  Sussex, which was built by William the  Conqueror and endowed as a monastery  for the purpose of  having its monks  offer up prayers for the souls of those  who fell in the battle of Hastings in,the  year 1066.   William Waldorf Astor has  had his eye on Battle Abbey ever since  the memorable answer given to him by  the old duchess of- Cleveland, when at  the inauguration of his, magnificent .offices in London he-called upon her to  admire the beauty, of his great black  marble staircase.   "Yes," exclaimed the  old duchess, "it is-much finer and better looking than my. black marble staircase'at Battle Abbey, where the marble  has all been chipped and/damaged by  the swords, the spurs and the mailed  feet;' of the  Crusaders.",   It was, then  that" Astor  realized  for  the  first1 time  the yalue of .the antique, and from that  time'foftli he has entertained a desire  to possess not only the black marble  staircase at Battle, but. likewise the old  Abbey itself, where is kept the so-called  "roll of Battle Abbey," which bears the  names of all those Norman and Saxon  knights who took part in the battle of  Hastings,   a  roll   which.- is   the   golden  book of the British aristocracy.   The Abbey was  a  monastery  until  the  reign  of Henry VIII. who gave it to one of  his favorites.   The latter was cursed by  the ousted abbot and his family, after  the most extraordinary vicissitudes, became extinct early last century by fire  and water, as predicted by the monk.  Afterward it was purchased by the Webster family, who in turn sold it to the  late duke of Cleveland,  and  now the  Webster  family is endeavoring to  recover possession, competing in the matter with  William   Waldorf Astor, who  has virtually, however, secured the place.  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 SECUKBD.  .   For   further   particulars   apply   to  Nelson, Employment Agencies or to  the  CARLSON & PORTER  On ITRAOTORS.  COMING  Lieutenant Daniel J. Moynihan of  Northampton, Mass., who has just been  appointed first lieutenant of Filipino  ^SAQU-ts,_is_:stilLin._the_island^of^Eanay,.  where he remained whan his regiment,  the Twenty-sixth, started for home.  Lieutenant Moynihan was an officer in  the Second Massachusetts during' the  war with Spain. He was severely wounded at EI Caney.  Thorpe & Co. bottle it. Ironbrew.  Docs  not  contain  cuts. Ironbrew.  any harmful ingredi-  p?***.*.**.**.*.**.***********.*.  H. H. PLAYFORD & GO.  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  Ql  W  91  m  91  (TV  <fl  91  91  ill  91 a  1 TOBACCO  '0  !f?  fl.��  91  1>  f��  91  ��  (TV  AND  MERCHANTS.  P. 0. Box 637.  %;��� *** *.*.*. -s-a-a *.**  _  91  91  m  91  91  Hi  Hi  CIGAR |  Hi  Hi  m  9)  9.  Telephone 117. $  fi  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBBWBBB AND BOTTLBB8 OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompii and rega'ar  dellverr to rihr i cnA*  Brawnry af Nalson  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft) Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Lime & Manufacturing Company. Qeneral commercial agents  and brokers.  All coal and .wood strictly cash on delivery;  TRMPHON* fl! 147.  Office 184 BaRer St  . P. TIERNEY  Telephone 265.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Offlee: Two Doors West C. P. R. Offices  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victori-t and Kootenay Streets  P. O. Box 559. TELEPHONE NO. 95,  ��'- BRANDY "  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. XXX COGNAC  possesses a delicious bouauet.  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. XXXX COG-  nac is mellowed by its great a<*e and is  recommended to connolseurs, and for medicinal purposes.  G. M. FARLEICK,  Specialist.  Aisa Inventor of Apparatus for Reiief and  Cure of Deformities of the  Human  Form.  SEE IVJY LATEST  INVENTIO.I . , .  Head  Offlco:  Vanoouver, B. C,  RUPTURE  Four years in British Columbia, during  which time a great many ruptured people  have been cured by my patented appliances. Send for testimonials.  TO WHOM JT MAY CONCERN:  My Hernia, support nas cured a much  larger percun.tii-je of ruptured people than  ���any otner Tnr's or injection in America.  I can prove it- Every appliance I adjust I  keep in good repair, free of charge while  it is necessarily in use. Every appliance  Is constructed a.r>d adjusted especially to  suit each case.. I have been granted more  patents for i mprovements upon trusses  than any man l:~. Canada.  ��� No matter how hard the rupture or  how hard to hold, I will pay your fare  both ways if y ou can force it down in any  _*.nsition with my new Retainer on. ���ize  or age immate rial. Infants, children and  adults.  SCOTCH WHISKIES.  Agency  with  Full Stocks at Victoria for  THIS DISTILLERS' COMPANY, 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. Grnv. P. O. Box 521, Nelson, B. C,  Kootenay Representative, -u^ ,_t__., ,  FOR   : LADIES   ONLY.  I have the pri vilegp of referring you to  some most relia ble ladies who have been  cured by my ap pliances, resident in Victoria, Vancouver   and Nanaimo.  Numbers of my; Canadian patents: January 10, 1S,3S7, 23,739, 2.,!)G8, *_0,214; July  5, 1S95, .9,887.  AT HUME  HOTEL, NELSON,  August  10-ih to 15th..  OFFI< ;iS.:   ROOM   4.  Office Hours: !�� a. . an. to Vi m., 1 p.  C p.m., and   ? **-*, tn. to 9 p. m.  in. to  convcjp^.isr"^'  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, NELSOJI, B. C.  TELEPHONE fid, 219.   P. 0. BOX 68S.  iqABBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRICK AND UIV1E   The   Mansfield    Manufacturing  Company  have the above mentioned building materials  . for sale -at reasonable prices.    Special quota  tions  to  builders        "        ' "  orders.  and" contractors for^large  ORDERS BY IVIAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  ���J' All Dominion govePnment, pro- *  ���b vincial government, and; legal.ad-  ���b.. vertisements, such as sheriff's  *b sales, etc., will be charged' ONE  *b CENT A "WORD for the flrst in-  ���_���.- sertion and ONE-HALF CENT  ���i" A WORD for each consecutive  subsequent insertion  4-  ���b  ���b  'b  -b  ******* *.* * * *:* .j. * .j. # .j. .j.  aoi^LF^.jsr'^r  OFFICE:    BAKER STREET WEST, ^ELSOfl, B. C.  TELEPHONE NO. 219.    P. 0. BOX 6SS.  ���-���en  Mynjft-j���rmfn'inimj iff7ty^_M  urns  Hrad Office at  "NELSON, B. 0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland, Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,   Sandon,   SilvertoD,* Nev  Deuver, Revelstoke, Ferj^uaon Grand  Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  ���.    ���������������-'������ Mai.=Grders-"Promptty^Forwarded^  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKSALE AND UBTAIL  K. W. C BLOCK  WARD STREET  OUDKRS nx  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  JNOTICE.  CANCELLATION     OF   * RI-j-Sliir-tVATION  K.OOTJ-.NAY  DISTRICT, i  Notice Is hereby siven .that the reservation placed on that- particular -parcel���.���'of  land, which may be'described as cbminehc-  In**; at thti noi-theast corner of Township  io,.* i-jignt A, Xootenay district, which is  als.*. the nortneasit corner , of blcck 12,  granted to the Nelson & Fort Sheppard  Kailwa'y Company by crown grant ;<liited  Sth March; lSUo: thence due east 16 miles;  thence due south to the international boundary; thence due 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, 1M)G, is heroby rescinded. - ���  A\*. S.*> GORE. -  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & Works.  Lands and Worlcs Department,  '  Victoria, B. C, 2,'Jrd May, .901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  To Herbert "Cuthbert or to any person or  persons' to. whom he may have transferred-: his Interest in the Blend mineral  claim, situate on the -west fork of Rover  ' creek, ir, the Nelson mining: division of  West ICootenay district, and recorded^in  the recorder's ofllce for. the Nelson mining   division.  You and each of you are heroby notified  that we have expended four hundred and  eleven dollars in labor and improvements  upon the above mentioned mineral claini  In order to h,ld said mineral claim under  thf provisions of the "Minoral Act, and if  within ninety days ot iiie date of this  notice you fail or refuse to contribute your  portion of such expenditures together wirli  all costs of advertising your interest, in  said claims will become ure property 'of the  subscribers, under section I of an act f:ir-  titled "An Act to Amend the Mineral Act,  1300."    -  FRANK    FLKTCHER,  J.   J.   jMALONE.  JT.    G.    NI5ELANDS.  E.   T.   H.   SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nelson this 3rd day of June, 1901.  LIQUOR LICENOE_TRANSFER  NOTICE OF APPLICATION : FOR  TRANSFER OF RETAIL LIQaO.R JjI-  CENSB.���Notice is hereby given 1 hat w  Intend to apply at the next silting of tha  board of license commissioners for th<*  City of Nelson for the transfer* of the retail liquor license now held by us for th?  premises known as tha '"Ollice" saloon,  situate on lot 7 in block 9, sub-division ot  lot 05, Ward street, in the said City nf  Nelson, to AVilliam Robertson Thomson  and Charles C. Clark ot the said city.  .LYMES   NEELANDS,  S.   12.   EMERSON.  Witness:  CHAS.  R.  MCDONALD.  Dated at Nelson, B. C,  this 2nd day of  Ani-rmi*. ..nm.  .     * ' i  81  m\  m  wm  MATL nKCVIVH I'UOMI'T ATrffiNTIOV.  ROSSLAND   EIVailVEERIIVa   WORKS  cunliffe & McMillan  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, ->kips. edge.1*, ore bin doors, chnto* nnd ffeneral wrouprlrt irorr work.    Our oro cars aro  r.he hc-t on th�� inarkut    VVrite us for references and full pnrticu a-s.  SECOS'I) HAjVDMACHINKUY KOR SALE.-Orie fl-foot i'clion WBlorwheel, width COO feet, "8 to 16"  spinal riveted pipe.   Ono 10x5x13 ouUido puckud plnriKcr sinking pump.    Rock drills, stoping  bars, &c, &c. ���  P.  AGENTS NORDHEY PUMPS. STOCK  CARRIEp.  O.   Box 198. THIRD   AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527.  Nelson Saw Ik Planing Mills  ���LI^ITJE-D-  CHARLES HILLYER, President.  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Hr.ve just lecerved 3,0*0,000 feet of logi from Liaho. and wo aro prepared tn cut tho largest bills  of tiuibc* of any nimunsi'rnH or lengths. Jj.st.ma.us given at any time. Tho largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings in Kootonay.  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICK AND YARDS:   CORXKR HjVLL AND FRONT STREETS.  BOOK BINDING  SPECIAL H-JLED BLAM BOO^S  SPECIAL RULtD FORMS  AT THB BINDERY DEPARTENT OF  THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED,  BURNS BLOCK. NELSON.  E.   K.   STRACHAN,   PLUMBER  [Successor  to   Strachan  Bros.]  Having hought out my brother's share of the business, I nm stilljjat the  old stand and continuing to do first-class work and will guarantee, satisfaction in all brancnes of plumbing.  NOTICE  OF_ASSIGNMENT.  Notice is horeby given that George "VI.  Fronk, of the city of Nelson, in the province of British Columbia, merchiint,  carrying on business on Baker street in tho  said city of Nelson, has by deed bearinrr  date inn day of July, 1901, assigned all  his real and personal property except a*>  therein mentioned to A. P. Hay of the city  of Nelson, ln the provinco of British Columbia, accountant, in trust for the purpose or paying and satisfying rateably and  proportionately and without prefere'ice or  priority the creditors of the said Georgo  M. Fronk.  Tlie said deed was executed by the said  George M. Kronk arrd the said A. 1J. J lay  on tiro llth day of July, 1901, and the said  A. P. Hay has undertaken the trust created  by  the said deed.  All persons having claims against the  said George M. Fronk are required to forward to the said jV. P. Hay, Nelson, B. C,  particulars of their claims, duly verified,  on or* beforo the 15th day of August. JUOJ.  All persons Indebted lo the said Georgo  M. Fronk are required to pay the amount  due by them to the snld trustee forthwith.  _\nd notice Is hereby given that after tho  15th day of August, 1901, the trustee will  proceed to distribute the assets of the estate among the riarties entitled thereto,  having regard only to tho claims which  the said trustee shall then havo had  notice.  And further take notice that a meeting of the creditors will be held at the offices of the undersigned on tlie 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, Barter Street, Nelson.  Dated this llth day of July, 1901.  (No. 178.)  CERTIFICATE  OF  THK  REGISTRATION  OF AN  EXTRA  PKOVIVCIMj company, companies ACT, 1817.  T heroby certify thnt, tho "German Mining and  "Milling Company" has this day been rejristerfd  as an K.xtra Provincial Company. nnHor tho  "Companie* Act. IS!)7," to carry out or ojTect nil  or any of tho objects hereinafter set fnrth lo  wliich the legislative authority of the Legislature of British Columbia extend.1*.  The head olllco of tho Company i** situate in  thn City of Tacomn, State of Washington,  U. S. A.  Tlio amount of tho cnnital of the Couipanv is  ono hundred thousand dollnrs. divided into one  hundred thousand shares nf ono dollar ener*.  'i ho head oflice of tiro Company in this Province in situate at. Nelson, and Iticnnrd Pnpo, Labourer, whose address is Nelson aforesaid, is tho  attorney for the Company.  Tho timo of the existeneo of the Company is  fifty years.  Given under my hand and sonl of ofllce at  "Victoria, Province of British Columbia, this 10th  day of Juno, ono thousand nine hundred and  one.  |r.. s.J S. Y. WOOTTON  Registrar of Joint Companies.  Th" object** for which tho Compnny has been  established are those set ont In Ihe Certificate of  Pottislnition nranluit to tho Company un the ls(j  Febrtmry, 1899. and which appears in the British  Columbia Gazotto ou tho 18tb Fobruary, 1897.  ! 1  I  I H  r  1.  $  I  1  lilt1 ;.  ��.-**--��aii*-"��"&iiaiic&  yyxy&F.  WE HAVE -JUST RECEIVED  ? 1  CONSISTING OF  IRON BEDS  V7.  RATTAN  GOODS  !  mMZ:  .���-���t'vV  ��'=?"'  UPHOLSTERED  GOODS  MP  ���$<ZyZZ  ;-.V.':'.iO  TABLES  CHAINS  BRASS BEDS   .  IRON-BEDS ���;.:������  CHILDREN'S COTS  FOLDING BEDS  BABY CARRIAGES  GO CARTS  HIGH  CHAIRS  CRADLES  ARM CHAIRS  RECEPTION CHAIRS  MUSIC STANDS  VERANDA CHAIRS  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  HALL CHAIRS-  KITCHEN CHAIRS  OFFICE CHAIRS  BAR CHAIRS  TILTING CHAIRS  HIGH^CHAIRS^: ____  WW  IF  DESKS  MATTRESSES  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  Bed Room Sets, Sideboards, Wardrobes, Ladies'Dressing  Tables, China Closets, Kitchen Cupboards, Ladies'  Secretaries, Combination Book Cases,  Hall  Racks,   Etc.  *M fflaMiMin mim n a, wiMMMt mum % m  .DUST IS WHAT MAKES YOUK CLOTHES APPEAfi  SHABBY AND RUSTY.  WE /\RE   OFFEftiNC  THIS  WEEK THE  BEST   DUST  REMOVER  TO  BE  FOUflD  IN  TljE  SHf\PE   OF A  LARCE  ASSORTMENT OF  WHISK BROOMS AT 25 CENTS EACH  wV_f)��-0ir^X.iL\*']rf�� ,M -VJ���'^�� l> ' i*&fy^Z*i*.  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. 0.  TKLlfiPHONE 27  S^-^_?_ii*ki__i____^  PAIHTS, OILS i\NB CLASS.  GABDEN   TOOLS,  Store, Cornor Baker and Josc^iJtiii St  RUBBER AHD COTTON HOSE.  POULTRY WETTING  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  JSEEZLSOIsr  STORES   AT  S^ItsTZDOZLNT  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE / CO.  I:nt)ortors and Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  ._. .j. .j. .j. .J.-.J................ ... ..- ���:-............  * Paid Locals, TWO CENTS a *  >J- word each insertion. No local ac- -l-  *_-' cei>tod for less than 25 cents. *���_���  ��_����?�����".._.... ��".... .j*-.J. ��_* *l* *l* *l* ��_. ���_�� ���_��� ���.* ���_*  COBNER BA-KEB AND KOOTENAY STREETS.  GITY AND DISTEIGT.  "Tacoma Baits," whatever that Is, is  advertised    by    the    Lawrence    Hardware  CijiiKiany.  * ��   *  Joe Duhamel lias purchased the sloek  in trade of G. M.  Fronk's estate. The stv.li:  brought- just W.50 in cash. ��  * *   *  The lire department will be obliged to  train smother horse for fire drill. Tlie big  bay horse  died  yesterday.  m    .    .  No attention need bo called to the advertisement of the Hudson's I3ay Company. The advertisement speaks for it3u.lt.".  * *   *  Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stanley and Mrs.  P. J. Russell havo returned from a two  weeks' outing on the north shore ol" tho  West Arm, Nelson's fashionable summer  resort.  * *   *  Complaint war* lodged in the police oflice that a number of persons were build-  ins shacks on the street, allowance in tho  vicinity of the recreation grounds. Tire  matter has been left in the hands of the  chief.  * *   ���  Charles Slipp received a ducking at tlie  city wharf lust ovoning. He was endeavoring to extend tho glad hand to a friend who  was leaving on tho .Moyie, when ho stepped  off the wharf into the lake. He was fished  out without dilllculty.  .   .   .  jU the opera house last evening the disappointment of the audience was about  evenly divided between tire wretched performance of the alleged minstrels and tho  apology which the management of the  house, offered for its inability to properly  seat the holders of reserve seat tickets.  This latter complaint is not hew.  '..**. *'.  Mayor Fletcher has at last received tho  formal confirmation of the purchase of the  Nelson debentures by the Huron & Erie  Loan and Savings Company. This letter  was posted in London early in June, so  that it has been almost two months on the  road. The letter was held for several weeks  by the postmaster at Moyie.  * *   *  Road superintendent .McLean is making  good progress with the wagon road which  ^is^to'taTr-Porty^nine^ct'eek^properties-^When^  completed through to Ward's crossing,  which it is expected to be next .season, this  road in addition to being of great convenience to the mining companies operating  south of Nelson, will make one of the prettiest drives in  the Kootenay district.  * .   .  The annual picnic of *- the Fraternal  Order of Eagles, on Thursday, promises  to be tho most successful outing given  this yeni*. The Fugles arc sociable, as well  as fraternal, and everyone attending their  picnics cannot help but have a good time.  The picrric will be held at Kukri nee creek  park and the elegant steamer Moyie will  be   run  as  an   excursion   boat  during  tlie  day. *-        . .  * ���   ���  Quite a number of Nolson men left on tho  steamer Moylo hrst evening l'or the east.  Among others wero JJr. lto.se, Kirby Douglas, Frank I'ulleir, John lOlliot, and IJruce  "While. It Is said that the lirst mentioned  will require a double ticket on his return  trip. Douglas Is on a visit to relatives in  Hamilton. Pullen is on a month's holiday  to Toronto, and Elliot and While intend to  tako in the Pan-American.  m      .      .  Dan Fawcett' ' a teamster, met with a  painful accident on Observatory street  yesterday, morning through the running  away of his team. Tlie wheels of the  ���wagon passed pycr-hls body, breaking  several of his ribs and indicting several  internal injuries. The victim was taken  to the Kootenay Lake hospital, where his  injuries were attended to by Dr. Hawkey.  He is doing as well as could be expected,  but it is yet too early tw .till the nature of  the internal  injuries he has received.  �� * M  Last evening at S o'clock Rev. Robert  Craw of Columbia, B. C, and Miss Ethel  Demean Plcwiss of Halifax, N. S., youngest daughter of David Plcwiss of Toronto,  were married. Tiie ceremony was performed by Rev. J. H. AVhile at the resi-  dncce of Mrs. M. VV. Smith, Silica slreet.  The bride was attended uy Miss M. Tyers,  the groom being supported by Rev. E. G.  Robb, B. j\.. of Toronto. Mr. and Mrs.  Craw expect to spend several days in the  city before returning to their homo irr Columbia.  * *   *  JJ. W. JJ. Armstrong of the C. P. 11. engineering department is at tho Phair. He  says that good progress is being made with  the 900 foot lujrnel which the C. P. It. Is  building on the loop 217 miles this side of  Dunmore Junction. Contractor Olson, who  has this work in hand, is now in 400 feet on  the east end of tho work and work has  been started on the west end in the way of  erecting a'portal. This tunnel was contemplated, when the Crow's Nest line was  under construction, but as it would tako  considerable timo a temporary lino was  built first. The tunnel when built will  shorten the line by halt' a mile and will  effect a considerable saving in timo and  operating expenses.  * .   .  An attempt is being mado to provide for  the moving of the several companies of  the R. M. R. to the Coast In connection  with the visit of tho duke of York. The  sanction of the militia authorities has not  yet been received for the move, but as Lno  desire is general from all the companies it  is thought that the required arrangements  will be made by the militia department.  Thero are still a number of vacancies in  the Nelson company for good men.  * .   .  So far the provincial police have received very little news of the masked men  who held up the poker game al tho Sirdar  Hotel on Sunday night. At tho time the affair occurred there was no police ofllcer  within several miles-of tho scene of the  robbery, as 'ofllcer "Wilson, who is  stationed at Creston, was at that time on  his way homo from New Westminster,  where ho had taken the- prisoner John  Cuba. From such information as tho police have received it is evident that thero  were Ihrce men mixed up in the affair,  although there were but two in evidence  at the time the holdup occurred. jVs Sirdar is but a short distance from the inter-national boundary lino ii. is not unlikely that the men who were mixed up.  in the affair have got safely into the domains of Uncle Sam.  PERSONALS.  W.   P.   McCreary,   M.   P.   l"or  Selkirk,   is  at the Phair.  * *   *  George A. Haines of Detroit is registered  at the Queen's.  . ' *   ,  Oscar V.  White,  manager of tho Slocan  Star is at the Fhair.  * *   *  John  D.   Sullivan,  resident  engineer  for  the C. P. R., is at the Phair.  * *   *  A. E. Teeter of Slocan and J. M. Bene-  dum of Silverton are at the Queen's.  THE FLOUR MANUFACTURED  BY THE  HUDSON'S BAY COMPANY  HAS RECEIVED THE  ^i'-.--.-..'"-GRAND*RIZE"  AttHEmms -'EXHIBITION:''  AND THE  ^'HfCHESfAWARDS'iATTHr'.^  an  ALL THE FLOOR MADE BY^ THE GOHRMY IS FROM SPECIALLY SELECTED WHEAT  "^tldelrmarrMadcleri was able-to be arourfd"  for a short time yesterday after a somewhat  serious illness.  * * ��  Rev. J. H. Tuttle and (J. M. Tuttle of  New York Rev. Marion D. Stutter and wife  and master Arnold Stutter of Minneapolis  and J. O. P. 'Wheelwright and wife and E.  C. Cook also of Minneapolis, constitute a.  party of tourists who are stopping at the  Hume.  PAID LOCALS.  Nelson Hotel Bar. Try our '"Duke of Wellington Punch"  today.  Is a tonic and food as well as a beverage.  Ironbrew.  Mining Eecords,  Certifies. l->8 of wo'k we..*e vevterlay  granted to Matthew Hill, on the Hard-  wick; R Rennie et al, on the Cliff: 1<". J.  MeFarlane, on tlie Examiner; Samuel Marshall, on tho Smuggler Fractional; John  Hall ct ul, on the Deer Trail; John Mclntyre, on the Annie; and W. J. Siviger,  on   the  Tirout  Lake.  A nnr.sage on the May Blossom minoral claim was recorded, in which John  1*. Harbottlc- gives S. S. Taylor a mortgage upon an undivided half interest in  the May Blossom as security for the payment of a promissory note for SaOO endorsed by said Taylor.  Two locations were recorded. The Telegraph, pn tlie head of Hajl creek, adjoining claim No. 09, by E. Peters; and tho St.  Thomas, in tho same district by the same  locator.  "Tire-result-was~vtrTjoodT:steTsUarrtee. Wlieh"  one innings had been played the man in  charge of the colored team thought that it  was "opportune to pass the hat, but none  of the Nelson men were willing to ofliciate  in airy capacity. Failing this the manager  announced that unless the spectators would  put up something he would take his mon  off the held. This announcement was made  to those in the grand stand. 11 was ac-.  copied in the proper spirit. It was a case  of grafting and the audience to si man resented it, ami il began to silently fade  away until there wore none loft to'witness,  tlie game, when the colored gents awoke  to the fact thnt (heir work was as courso  as their minslrel performance and that the  people would not stand for It,  Grafting Ball Players.  The men who compose the ball team of  the Georgia minstrels disgusted a number  of Nelsorrites yesterday and to an extent  sufilcient to affect the attendance at the  company's performance last evening. The  men who composed this ball teaiii professed  to be very anxious to get a ball game on  yesterday. The Nelson boys were not at  all anxious to play, but in ordor to oblige  tho visitors a rustle was made and a team  was got together. It turned out that, it  was not the game so much as the gate rc-  eeliits that tlie colored gents were after.  The announcement had been made at the  opera house the previous evening that the  game would bo played and a general invitation was extended to all to go and see It.  The Silver Kin/*; Mine ScLool.  The par-ties interested irr establishing a  public school at the Silver King mine  could get no satisfaction from the department of education, arid as that depart-i  mont seems to be dead, tho member for  Nelson yesterday wired th." minister of  mines regarding the mailer. That genial  and accommodating oillcial wired the following in reply:  VICTORIA, August G.���Inspector Stewart  will arrive at Nelson on the I7lh and proceed to..Silver King mine for the purpose  of completing arrangements for school.  The minister of oducatijn leaves for Rossland -tomorrow night. ' '"  ���   .<''"���'.*.'    ���; RICHARD   McBRIDE.   .  .   ��:.  iv,   Regatta Notes.  At the meeting of the executive of the  Nelson boat club which was held last night  it was decided to hold the next club regatta  on Saturday, September'7th. A considerable portion of the evening was spent in  discussing ways and means in connection  wtih the regatta which is to be held in  Nelson next summer. This will entail a  heavy expenditure upon the local club in  the way pf making the preparations necessary for the accommodation of the visiting oarsmen and an effort will be made to  maintain interest in rowing throughout the  winter by means of entertainments of  various kinds. One of the first expenditures which the club will have to face will  be for the purchase of a shell. This was referred to a. special committee composed  of Messrs. Wragge and Ford.  It was also decided to hold another dance  on Tuesday evening and the arrangements  for tlie same were left In the hands of a  "specilfl committee. composetl__o'f MeTSsTST  Winter, Wragge, Rutherford, ' Bunyan,  Woln-orc and .Ford.  Eight crows-wore-drawn for the regatta  in September. The strokes were selected  with a view to scctirb.M men who could  bo trusted to look after the new lapslreaks  in wliich the races will be rowed. The men  so selected will bo held responsible for the  boals while they have v.iern out, but it is  optional with them whether they row as  strokes, tlie man in charge of the boat in  each instance having the placing of his  crew as ho considers best. The fullowing  are the crews as drawn, together with the  timo assigned them for practicing in tha  bout:;:  J. A. Wetmore, F. Eden, AV. It. Seatle,  and E. -S. Tuck. Time '1:30 p. nr.  O. Naco, D. McNicholl, O. S. Somerville,  and !'. p. .Tames. Time, 7:l!0 p. m.  jV. V. Mason, S. Johnson, 'A. Ault and S.  CI. Campbell. Time, (i p. m.  G. C. Hodge, D. Rutherford, C. Mills and  F. Clarke. Time, 5::*0 p. m.  C. B. Winter, 13. C. Brown, R. G.  Strachan and J. Patterson. Time, 0 o'clock.  \\". J. Beaven, C. IC. Ijoring, P. Horton  and I. j. Campbell. Time, 5:30 p. m.  A. W'l.callcr, E. Meyers, E. Wilson and  J. Holmes. Time, G p. m.  E. V. Thomson, J. G. Bunyan, AV. A  Fraser and R. G. McFarland. Time, a p. m.  Eagles Picnic Tomorrow.  A special meeting of the order of Eagles  was held last evening for the purpose of  making linal arrangements for the society's  ���picnic on Thursday. Tho R. M. R. band has  been engaged for the day and will present  the following program:  March   Stars and Stripes   Sousa  A'lasc       Auf  Wedersehn       Weber  Cakewalk     Looiroy Coons  AA'ilson  Overturo ...... Merry-go-round   Sosey  Seholti.sche       Missletoe   .....   Christern  March      Iron  King      Sousa  Overture    Sweet Old Songs   Bccbee  A*alse       Lady  Alice      Anon  Cakewalk..Salute  to Sam Johnson Mills  Gallop    Hell Up-to-date     Sosoy  The Hrst boat will leave the city wharf  at 2 o'clock, returning at C o'clock, and the  second boat will leave tho wharf at S  o'clock, returning at 1 o'clock.  -*?*  91  W  91  91  ��  (l��  9)  m  m  $3'*** *9**:**''*'\1T&*.*.*. i  HE* AIHABJ.8e  Tostorday we quenched many a I hirst,  with <n;r Bickcys and havo cnotrKh  Lima* loft to ln-t today. A fresh lot of  Lirii-K "illaiTivo Thursday and every  (���thcr day, thereafter during tlio hot  weal her.  ROAST PORK WITH   APPLE   SAUCE  L'JCCr! TODAY.  *!  m  91  91  w  !fl  !fl  0  FOR  '��'&.*.*.*.*-&*.*.*.*.*.ylii'***&'*'$&***<?&'  INSURANCE,  REAL  ESTATE  and M1NINU BROKER  -     REPRESENTS  The  Best Fire  and  Life  Insurance  Companies Doing Business in  the City.  Monoy to loan at S por cent upon improved property. Interest payable semiannually.   Principal  payable  annually.  HOUSES  TO  RENT  CHEAP.  It's easy for tlie man who suffers no  pain to talk of patience.  Is sold everywhere. Ironbrew.  If* ft  AGTfiVT. RMCER STRVI-'T.  S23.-3.-2:--53.'2:-2ri--23?-. \>j S-BS_-.S&:fr:6C-:SSSe<6-  Hi  n k mm i.ti rr-rawririinm _v  HOTJAVS  OUE.VCH  "YOUR  THIRST WITH  Arih'Mi��(;r-Ii'wH  llecr. .I'nh.st. (M-l  wnul:o'> B'jvr l.'��l-  giry Doer, l'eis- j  r.irrrn- .*".-. *->. Beer,  GosnoU J'our, und  Drmn!n .Terfiey  ButLcr'ini'k.  BjANKATTAH  SALOON  Double .Tors-'  Buttermilk.  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  \l>  0/  *���-  i.n  91  ��������  (fl  91  (I*  m  9?  1*  m  f <%*���***���**���*���*���**���*���* 91**.*.**;*.*.*.*.****---  'il

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