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The Nelson Tribune 1901-08-17

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 I *  ESTABLISHED   1892  SATUKDA.Y MOEN'IN'G,' AUGUST  17,. 1901  DAILY  EDITION  MINE OPERATOR'S VIEWS  B. 0. VAN HOUTEN TALKS OF  THE INDUSTRY.  New Brunswick Syndicate Who Have  ; a Valuable Montana Property.  White Horse District.  B. C. Van Hon ten of Seattle, who is interested Willi A. J. Murks, P. Burns and W.  J. Wilson of this city in the California  mine near New Denver, is stopping at tho  Hume. Mi\ Van Houtcrr is in the eity in  connection with the . development of the  California. Work upon this property lias  been proceeding: for some time past.upon  a contract-basis'-and Mr. Van llouten ex-  ' pects to meet the contractor here today,  after which he will make a personal in-,  spection of the property, until which he  will not bo In ii position to say anything  as to the .program for the future, although  the advices which he has received from the  property from time lo time have been uniformly satisfactory with respect to the  manner ln which'it has been opened up.  During the past three years Mr. ' Aran  llouten has been, more or less mixed up  in mining in the state of Montana, where  :��� he says he has been -very successful. His  mission to Montana in the lirst instance  was In connection with the winding up of  a defunct bank and through this- means  he became interested in a mining venture  _ which resulted ln the opening up of a new  camp'which is now furnishing employment  to upwards of 150 men and promises to  make wealthy men out of a number of  New Brunswickers who later bought into  the prinoipal property of the camp. Amo.'ig  ' the other assets of the defunct bank was  an interest in a mining property upon  which work was suspended for some time.  The. neglected mining property proved to  be one of. the best assets of the bank. A  bond upon it was given to Harry Bush, thy  well known operator, but shortly after ho  took hold a portion of the property: was  Viumped. A- portion of the proporty ; happened to be patented, however, and upon  this portion the mill "erected by the original  holders stood. AVork upon this portion was  undertaken with vigor and in a short time  a 'new .-strike,.' was made * upon it which  yielded sufficient, ore to keep the mill go-  ��� ing. The.'jumpers were got rid. of at a cost  " of somethiiig'ljke..'$20,000 ..anti-Van Hou ten  and others got * hold of the ��� adjoining property at a very reasonable figure. In time a  company was; formeel which "took1 in the  outside" property, held by Van llouten and  his associates and one bond upon another*  was taken upon the group, which was,  known as the Bear Gulch. The latter bond  is for 51,300,000 and Is IiokI by St. John people, whose expert is how on his way to pass  liponthc proporty before the final payment  Is made.''The property Is situated at a town  called Jardine, .across from the Yellowstone park. It is a free milling proposition, the value'* saved in the mill ranging from $7 to if!) per ton with considerable  value in the tailings which . are to be  t-eated by the cyanide process. From recent reports made upon the property" it is.',  estimated that there are now at least 500, ���  000 tons of ore-of this grade now blocked  out and considerable additions are now contemplated to the milling capacity by the  addition of forty stamps.  Latterly Mr. Van Hon ten has been  through the AA'hlte Horse district in the  Canadian Northwest in which promising  =copper.=prospects=are=now=receiving^atten-=  , tion. His mission in this venture is in the  interests of Butte men. At present very  little work has been done, as the properties  arentill very largely in the hands of the.  original owners who have not the capital  to' open them up. but from the surface indication** Mr. Van rrouten says that the  -.district gives every Indication of being one  3 of the greatest copper eapips on the continent. Aftor looking the district over Mr.  ,Aran llouten took several samples out for  rifswy, the test upon which gave uniformly  high value* in copper, which Is curried in  bornltft and copper sulphides, the assays  ranging from al to 50 per cent copper with  from $*] to $S in gold and about 15 ounces  in silver. One feature which is very favorable to (he development of the district Is  the anxiety of tire White Pass railway to  get an outward tonnage from this district,  and to stimulate mining a freight and  treatment rate of about $15 per ton has  been offered. This will make mining comparatively easy, as It will leave a handsome margin if the ledges maintain tlieir  present indicated values. AVhen he concludes the private business which is al  present engaging, his attention Mr. Van  Houton intends to return north and he is  confident that tho White Horse district  will soon be as well known as the now  famous placers of'the Klondike. In short  Ire is the opinion that, the cntlro northern district will be given over to quart1-,  mining, ���which at least will be more permanent even should the returns from it  be less alluring 'than those from success-  a cordial greeting.  alderman Gillett, who is Interested in the  clearing of the street by reason of the circumstance that he has the contract for  the erection of the city school which it is  proposed to erect upon the block. AVhen  the matter was called to the attention of  mayor Fletcher ho at once gave orders for  the suspension of tho foreman for disobeying instructions and a summons was issued citing alderman Gillett to appear in  tlie police court this morning in answer, to.  a charge for violating the provisions of the  by-law-respecting the preservation of the  shade trees. It Is said that many of the  trees destroyed wero evergreens of several  years growth.  The New Steamship Line.  LONDN, August 16.���S. G. Fraser, the  Dublin engineer, who has prepared plans  for the new harbor at Berehaven, Bantry  bay, Ireland, in connection witli the proposed , steamship line which is to have  steamers capable of erasing tho Atlantic  in four and a half days, informed a representative of the Associated Press today  that the list includes six large steamers,  four for the New York and two for the  Canadian trade. It is the intention to burn  Texas oil. The Canadian port will be Sydney or Halifax. By building 65 miles of  railroad and connecting Berehaven with all  the Welsh lines the new company will be  able to take paserrgers and mails from  Berehaven to London in 12 hours, thus  landing passengers in New York and London In five days. The English port will be  Liverpool or Southampton until the new  works at Dover are completed. Austin  Chamberlain, Gerald Balfour, and George  Wyndham, respectively the financial secretary of the treasury, the president of the  board of trade, and chief secrotary of Ireland, besides lord James Hereford, chancellor of the duchy of Lancaster, actively  supported the bill and advised silence on  this side of the Atlantic until the bill was  passed. Mr. ��� Fraser says much American  capital is interested in the scheme.  THE TRACKMEN'S  STRIKE  NEW FAIRVIEW CORPORATION  RAPID   PROGRESS   BEING   MADE  IN IMPROVEMENTS.  Mills Already Erected and Course of  Completion���-Company's Affairs  Are in Good Shape.  Blue Paper for Gillett.  Alderman Gillett will figure ln the police,  court thif" morning as the defendant in  a case laid under the city by-laws. Alders' man Gillott's difficulty has come to him  _____ by reason of his action in causing the felling of shade trees on Latimer street in  front of the new school block. When tho  work of grading this blocjc was put in hand  the mayor gave the city foreman strict  |�� orders not to destroy any of the shade  trees on the streot. This order was so generally understood that when the city en-  ,! 'filoeer visited the site he was surprised to  ���find that the shade trees had been completely wiped out. The explanation offered  5>y Archie McDonald, the foreman, is that  I,   lie was ordered to cut the trees down by  Eupt. Marpole Interviewed.  ��� R. Marpole, general superintendent of the  Paciile division of the Canadian Pacific,  arrived in Nelson last evening. A representative of The Tribune-sought an interview with Mi*v Marpole as to the progress  being made* toward the settlement of the  trackmen's strike. Mr. Marpole, when approached, said that he had-very carefully  avoided newspaper interviews since the  trouble had been on, but he had just" received from Montreal headquarters a report of the proceedings of the conciliatory  committee which hie thought spoke for  itself.'vA 'report;-"of .this committee's^ profj-  ceedings: appears. in another column. It  shows a break in the ranks of the trainmen and trackmen, ;and one which is not  likely to be' bridged so long as president  AVilson of the trackmen's brotherhood continues to direct the affairs of the strike.  Mr. Marpole explained that the matters  in, dispute, between the company and its  striking trackmen had been referred to an  arbitration committee composed of the  chairmen of the various brotherhoods  whose services as conciliators had been accepted by both the trackmen and the company. As a result of their deliberations a  basis of settlement was arrived at,' which  In the opinion of the other rail way.brotherhoods was fair to the trackmen, but after  accepting the services of their associate  brotherhood chairmen the trackmen had  seen lit to reject their finding, and had  asked for an arbitration on their differences  instead of conciliation. The reply made by  the chairmen of the brotherhoods to this  request was; to say tire least, significant,  the members of the committee saying in  so many words that thoy did not consider  =that=they^could=accoinplish-Jinytliin^rThless~  president Wilson of the brotherhood of  trackmen would leave Montreal within  24 hours and agree not to interfere with  either committee in any way, and also give  the trackmen's committee power to call  the strike off when in their judgment a  reasonable basis of settlement could be  effected.  Mr. Marpole considered tho purport of the  finding of the conciliatory committee sufficiently plain, it was not the finding of  the company or of officials of the company  upon the matters at issue, but tlie finding  of the representatives of all tho brotherhoods of engineers, conductors, firemen,  trainmen and telegrapher.**. All that he had  to say upon the present phase of the question was that, he regarded It as a very regrettable condition that It should be In the  power of any man to continue a .condition  which meant considerable loss to the entire country, and it was even more unfor-  tunrtc when this power was wielded by an  alien who had no interest or even residence  in the country .  Touching the request of the trackmen  that their grievances now be referred to ���  a board of arbitrators, Mr. Marpole said  that in' his opinion the company could  como through such arbitration in a very  creditable manner, but he had no information from Montreal beyond that contained  in the dispatch dealing with the report of  the conciliation 'committee. One feature  which pleased him during the progress of  the strike was the disposition of tho company's striking foremen toward the company. As was to be expected there was  friction in one or two places, but he did  not think that in a single instance the  trouble could be traced to the old foremen.  In somo places the trackmen had given  trouble, but this was only to be expected  in view of the heavy percentage of foreigners employed in this work. Mr. Marpole  will remain in Nelson for a day or two.  OonrlitioTis in Tn*iia  LONDON, August 16.���Lord Georgo Hamilton, Indian commissioner, in the house  of commons today presented the financial  statement for India. He said that in spite  of three years of famine and acute depression in the three agricultural staples���tea.  indigo and cotton���he was able to present  the most favorable balance sheet since India came undor tho crown.  . FAIRVIEW, August; 16.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���Nelson shareholders in  the New Fairview Corporation will be  pleased to learn that rapid progress is  being made in the excavation for the  new.mill site at the Stemwinder mine.  Already the Tin Horn mill of eight batteries or two stamps each and the building itself have been dismantled and  hauled away to the mine ready to be re-  erected. This meant the handling cof  250 tons. Now the Joe Dandy mill, recently purchased by the directors of the  corporation for less than one-tenth of  its originalcost, is being torn down and  and is one of the most complete and  batteries of five stamps each manufactured'by Fraser. & Chalmer of Chicago,  and is ont of the most complete and  up-to-date mills ever brought into the  province. Sometime early inOctober the  re-erection of the combined mills should  be completed and crushing started. From  80 to 100 tons of ore treated  daily, according to the size of the screens  used. The erection of the stamps is under the superintendency of Charles Os-  tenburg, who has to his credit the building of the Cariboo mill.  During the excavation work for the  mill site the men uncovered an entirely  new vein, 100 feet to the north of the  so-called "north vein" of the Stem-  winder. It has a width of five feet and  shows good looking quartz. In time  the management will continue the present cross-cut from the north ledge another 100 feet to this new discovery and  should the vein hold its width and values with depth it will afford a considerable addition to the tonnage of the  mine.  The mill will be built 300 feet north  .from .the. shaft .house, and its situation  'is  an "advantageous "one  ih  many respects]    Midway between the mill  and  mine buildings is to be located the new  boiler house. . By  this  arrangement  a  saving  will  be  effected   in   not a  few  ways, ��� such  as  in  insurance rates'and  in the. employment of only one set of  firemen, as the boiler power^sdme 150  horse  power���will  run  both  mine* and  mill.    In  fact everything is. being arranged with a view to practicing economy in the smallest details.   The task of  installing the combined mills is no light  one when  it  is  remembered that over  400 tons "of machinery and lumber has  had to be torn down, loaded onto wagons  and   hauled   a   distance   of   over   three  miles to be erected into one combined  plant.    The, work is being done systematically and with all speed, so by the  time the heavy timbers are up for the  mill building, roughly SOxSO feet^in size,  the machinery will all be on the ground  ready to be put together.  - Asked  by  the  correspondent of  The  Tribune for a statement regarding the  affairs of the corporation, manager R.  =Russell=gave=oiit=the=following:=-**The  reorganization and assessment plan has  met with a prompt response from our  shareholders and is proving most successful.    Already owners  of over  two-  thirds of the issued capital have paid  their   initial   assessment.     This   represents   more  than   ��25,000   paid   in   and  every   mail   continues   to   add   to   this  amount.   Out of this sum a payment of  $14,000 has been made on .the Gooderham  & Blackstock mortgage, reducing  it by one-third.   The balance will be met  out of the second assessment.    All  the  old liabilities have been wiped out and  the balance of the money on hand will  meet present payrolls.    Shareholders, I  feel sure, will be satisfied with the work  already accomplished and will  be glad  to know, barring unforeseen contingencies, that the mill will be running early  in October. Regarding the initial assessment  it  might  be  pointed  out  to  any  shareholders who have not yet paid up  that at a recent meeting of the board  of directors it was agreed to extend the  time for payment to the first of September,  and  no  longer.    After  that date  delinquent stock will be absolutely forfeited and returned to the treasury," he  concluded.  Young Coibett Gets the Decision.  DENVER, August 16.���Young Corbett  was given the decision after 10 rounds  with George Dixon, former featherweight champion, tonight. While Corbett was the aggressor at all' times,  Dixon punished him severely and from  the fifth round to the finish Corbett's  face was bathed in blood. In the  seventh, ninth and tenth rounds Dixon  was badly punished by Corbett's persistent jabs in the ribs. .Dixon was in  his old-time form when it came to  blocking, but he fought a defensive battle all through. He was willing to mix  it up with his sturdy opponent, however, and always broke even in the  fighting.  Troops Still Remain in Pekin.  PEKIN, China, August IC���Tbe troops  of the powers have not yet evacuated  the public buildings. The British and  Americans propose to occupy the temple of heaven and the temple of agri  culture until their barracks are ready.  Sir Ernest Satow, the British minister,  thinks it would not be wisg to withdraw before the protocol has'"been signed in conjunction with the Chinese plenipotentiaries, as the withdrawal would  remove the chief inducement to the  Chinese to sign. The Japanese still  hold the northern section of the city.  It is considered significant of their relations with the Chinese .that a Japanese colonel has been selected to command and organize the Chinese. The  opinion is.growing that the court will  refuse to return so long as the powers  maintain such forces in the province' of  Chi Li. The protocol does not provide  for the destruction of the forts, ministers of the powers having failed to agree  on this point. v 7,  REPORT FROM BRADSTREET  BRITISH  COLUMBIA   NEWS  COLISTRO RELEASED ON SIX HUNDRED DOLLAR BONDS.  Beamish   Case  Before   the   Court   at  Rossland���General News Items  From Nearby Cities.  Wigwam. Men in Fred Robinson's logging camp were fighting the flames last  night.  IT IS NOW UP TO WILSON  BUSINESS CONDITIONS THROUGHOUT CANADA.  General Trade  of the Dominion Has  Been Fairly Active During     -J  the Past Season.  TORONTO, August;; 16.--Business at  Montreal has been fair for this season.  It is scarcely time .yet for any active  movement in business such as is always  experienced in the attei* part of August,  but the preparations already being made  for the fall trade, plainly indicate that  the movement this year will be large  and retailers intend to be well prepared  for an increased demand before snow'  flies. Values are steady all round. Collections are fair for this season. Trade  has been rather less active in Toronto,  and this week there has been a fair  number of fall orders coming to hand,-  but travelers are now coming off their  routes to prepare for the sorting trips  and when they return to their routes  it is expected there will be renewed activity in buyingi, among tho retailers.  The,crop prospects are oncouraging to  business and the general expectation is  that the results will be increased activity in many departments of trade aud  manufacture.the.nextJjrow months. Values of staple goods continue steady  to firm.. Payments are not very satisfactory at the moment, but they never  are expected to be good at this time of  the year,,when the farmers are busy getting in their crops and little or no produce is being marketed.   ���  The feature in business at the.Pacific  coast the past 10 days .was, the enormous  run of salmon in the Fraser river, which  has beaten all records and the take has  been very ..heavy. This- will do much  for the prosperity'at the Coast and-cause  the circulation of a of money  in the far west. . Tho outlook for retail  trade at Vancouver and Victoria is  brighter. Payments are still somewhat  slow.  Business at London is fair for this"  .���week for the midsumai'er ;holiday season. Retailers have been buying some  good parcels of goods for the fall and  prospects seem to indicate that when  the grain movement begins there will  be considerable activity in trade at  country market points as well as increased activity in the larger canters.  ^=-l-hG=atte*Jt-ion=-o�����business=m^n^ff  Winnipeg is pretty well absorbed in the  crop situation at the moment. Wheat  cutting is progressing favorably in most  districts. The outlook is more'encouraging than it-was 10 days di* two weeks  ago and there is less heard about tho  deterioration of the grain now and many  districts are reporting good results.  Railroad traffic is already very heavy  and the increase in the movement when  the wheat begins to move will be very  great.  STRIKERS ARE ENCOURAGED  By the Action of Joliet Workmen.  PITTSBURG, August 1G.���The center  of interest in the steel strike shifted  to the west, where Joliet finally swung  into line with the strikers and Milwaukee appointed tomorrow as the time and  place for a final vote on the question.  Tho news that came out of the west  cheered the strikers throughout, the districts in this vicinity other developments since the labor war was declared. They count upon favorable action at Milwaukee tomorrow and say  that they will yet win Chicago over.  These successes, they declare, will make  them masters of the situation and win  the strike. The steel operators, on the  other hand, say the strikers are nearly  at the flood tide of their success and  when the ebb comes it never can' be  stopped. They also claim that many of  their men,- particularly at McKeesport,  Wheeling and Bellaire, were forced out  by intimidation and will come back as  soon as the excitement dies out and their  safety is assured. Talk of terms has  been dropped for the time being and it  is agreed that in its present aspects the  situation indicates a prolonged and stubborn contest. Two hundred men employed in the national galvanizing works  of the National Tube Company at McKeesport struck today. They were the  last remaining workmen in tho affected  trades in that city and the tie-up is now  as complete as possible there. Many of  the tube workers, although on strike,  have refused to join any union and the  opinion is expressed that there will soon  be a break among the strikers.  ROSSLAND, August lG.-i-[Speciar to  The Tribune.]���Joseph Colistro, 'who  ���was sentenced yesterday by. police  magistrate Boultby in the technical assault case to two months' imprisonment  at Nelson with hard labor, vyithout the  option of a line, was released this afternoon pending the appeal taken by A.  H. MacNeilli K. C.; Bail was accepted  in, two ��� sureties of $300 each. A. L.  Houston of the World and L. T. Dickinson being the bondsmen.-7  The case of Thomas Beamish, charged  by Horn, the hero of the Colistro trial,  with assault and intimidation commenced in the police court today. Beamish scorned" all legal assistance and  defended, himself. Daly,\ the ;Le Roi  counsel, prosecuted for the crown. Beamish held his own today and gave Horn  a hot two hours of it on cross-examination. ' The other crown witnesses were,  also ably handled by the accused. The  defence was commenced late this afternoon and an. adjournment was taken at  4:30 until Monday.  There has been no change in the strike  situation here or at Northport up to a  late hour this ovening.  (BY jVSSOCIATED PRESS.)  ROSSLAND, August 16.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���An appeal was taken  today in the case of Joseph Colistro, the  Italian miner, sentenced to two months'  imprisonment for an assault on- a nonunion employe of the Northport smelter. The prisoner was liberated on  ��1100 bail.  The Abo Lincoln mine ou Deer Park,  overlooking this city, will resume operations at once. The property has a  promising showing, but has been closed  down for two years because of a depleted  treasury. This has been remedied and.  operations will be commenced with a  view to demonstrating the merit of the  proposition.  Bit Off His Nose.  KASLO, August 16.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���John Power, a freighter of  McGuigan, was badly chewed up by a  man named Jim Gillis on the road between Whitewater and McGuigan on  Wednesday. Gillis had been in the employ of Power doing government. road  work, but was discharged last Friday.  Meeting Power afterwards he immediately knocked him down and getting  on top of him bit-a piece out of his  nose. In trying to free himself Power  got one of his thumbs in Gillis' mouth  and had it badly bitten, besides being  cut badly on his cheek and neck. Power  came to town yesterday to have his cuts  doctored and has sworn out a warrant  for the arrest' of Gillis, who has a bad  reputation.  Customs officer Sutherland fell into  the lake last night on the arrival of  the steamer International, but being an_  'expert^swimmer^got-^oiTtf^vitirourTiruch-  damage, except a wetting. The gang  plank was pulled out of the way just  as he stepped on  it.  Vancouver Notes.  VANCOUVER, August 16.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���A meeting of business  men is being held this afternoon for the  purpose of inducing a settlement of the  differences between Vancouver and Y.  M. C." A. lacrosse teams and the formation of one strong team. This organization will be-sent east to contest for the  Minto cup.  Fred Walker, alias Wallace, arretted  in Seattle for burglaries in Vancouver  last winter, made a full confession this  morning "of how he carried out many  burglaries here and his disposal of the  property..  V The militia companies will go into  camp next week and will remain for a  week at Brockton Point, going to Victoria on September 1st for two days  there.  The'"'western delegation of the Railway  -Brotherhood arrived at Montreal today  from Vancouver to make representations  towards the .settlement qf the railway  trackmen's strike. It is freely predicted  here that the strike will end this week,  or else the Railway Brotherhood will  take a hand in the dispute.  CONCILIATION COMMITTEE INSIST  ON NON-INTERFERENCE.  I-  President of the Trackmen's Association Is Persona Non Grata and  Must Cease Meddling.  Eastern Baseball.  Eastern���-Buffalo 2, Brockton 1.  National���Brooklyn  4,  New Yoik  1;  Boston 6, Philadelphia 3.  American���Boston 4, Chicago 2; Detroit-5, Washington 1; Cleveland 5, Baltimore 1; Philadelphia 10, Milwaukee 2.      v   y  Emperor William may be raising  whiskers as a delicate hint <o Great  Britain that he sympathizes with the  Boer cause.     ;  TELEGRAMS IN BRIEF FCRP/i  August.Ore Shipments-  GREENWOOD, August 15.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���The tonnage of ore  shipped during August, to the 1.1th inclusive, so far as has been ascertained  from the mines is as follows:  Tons.  Old Ironsides and Knob Hill....''-  Mother  Lode        -I.G10  13. C 1.C20  K.  E.  Bell. .....*..       IT  Number Seven         150  Total      17,223  Shipments during 1901. to Aug. 1..220,223  Total l'or year 1001 214,215  At Number Seven mine the vein has  widened to four feet at the G0-l'oot level,  on which level the drift is in nearly 200  feet. The drift at the 120-foot level is  now in about 100 feet and the lead is  also looking well at this level. Drifting on the lead has been commenced at  the bottom of the hill oii'the King Solomon claim, Copper Camp, owned by p.  C. Corbin and associates. The ore is  about the richest in copper yet found  in the district and it is estimated that  about 1000 tons are available for smelt-  Revelstoke Matters  REVELSTOKE, August 16.���[Special  to Tho Tribune.]���After careful investigation by an expert an offer was made  to the Prime Mining Company of $200,-  000 for part of their copper property on  Standard Basin. Big Bend. The offer  was refused and the deal is still pending. The company is making a trial  shipment of ore to the Granby smelter.  It is reported here that the point at  issue between the C. P. H. officials and  Brotherhood delegates at Montreal is  recognition of Italian section hands in  the Trackmen's Union.  The steamer Revelstoke, building at  Nakusp for Big Bend trafiic, is making  rapid progress and is expected to be  ready  early next month.  Extensive bush fires are raging near  From Various bcurccs  COLON. Colombia, Augusr 1G���The situation yesterday was. (|irrct every whore, tiro  government ofllccs 1-erri,- ri(,s>od ln commemoration of tlio fea'jt ol tlii*- assumption  SAN DIEGO, Cal , Align..-.!, lo --The United  States steamer Kingcr, undo; oidars to proceed to Panama, has boon taking on ���.tip-  plies today and will s'art ut ' p. m. tomorrow.  PALERMO, August li.--Tin- remains of  signor Crispi were prrvatolj tr.ansferr.ed to  the Capuciiiari chin cli thl.-> i. >i_nlng, wheie  thoy will remain until pei mi-Mon is granted for interment in the p.iitliei.n.  PjVRIS, August IU ���The coiriOhtants ln  air international bicycle race Ircnn Paris  to Brest and return, a distance ol. twelve  hundred kilometers, stai tecl at.4-.S2'o clock  this morning.  There  were 27 competitors.-  DUKBAN, August IC���Lord Kitchener,  with a force, is moving "on Hone ivani, on  the border, of Zululanil, where genera:  Botha Is reported to have 'concentrate.-] .-UK*  Boers. An Important engagement ..I:?'.expected, to ensue. 4  LONDON,- August IG.���Crown prince  Frederick William of Germany arrived here  this morning. He was met at the Victoria  station by the members of the German  embassy and a large crowd and was given  a cordia greeting.    >  LONDON, August 10.���Mr. Chamberlain  irr an interview published by the Daily  Mail today says there Is no foundation for  the rumor that he intends to make a tour  of the United States and the British colonies during tho parliamentary recess.  ��� , O       '  =NjaA\'==i-OKIvT^Augirst��-]G.=^'].'he=C;unard==  liner Lucania, captain McKay, which  sailed from Liverpool for New York on  August 10th, was shown through the medium of wireless telegraph by the Nantucket lightship shortly after G o'clock this  evening.  LONDON, August !��.���It Is said Unit the  article for which the editor and publisher  of the Globe of this city havo been summoned to appear at the bar of the house  of commons this afternoon, was written  by viscount Mountmorres, whose father  was the victim uf an agrarian outrage a  score of years ago.  ��� N|-\V VOIIK, August 10.���The list of j\rn-  crienns appointed to represent the socle-  lies and universities at the meeting of the  learned societies to be hold In Winchester,  Kiigland, irr the third week In September  has been announced. Tho meeting will be  held on the one thousandth anniversary  of .Alfred the Great.  LONDON, August IG.���The war ofllco lias  received the following dispatch from lord  Kitchener dnter Pertoriu, August lUth:  While a party of fifty of the French scouts  were proceeding to join a column near  Bethesda they were surrounded in the hills  by a superior force under Theref and surrendered. One was killed and three wounded. Captain Bethlehem dangerously. Lord  Kitchener does not give the date but the  casualty list indicates August Sth.  NI3U" YORK, August IG.���The crews of  the Constitution and Columbia began the  work of preparing the two big cup defenders for thoir lirst contest for the Ijaroh-  mont Yacht Club series early this morning. The Constitution was the ilrst to put  in an appearance off the harbor, coming  down irr tow of her tender shortly after 9  o'clock The Columbia arrived a short time  later. The time for the start Is scheduled  for  ]1::*0.  LOW1CLL, Mass., August IG.���John Dion,  the boxer, who was knocked out In the  ninth round of a twenty round contest  with (jnaiioVi Armstrong at the Knickerbocker Club here last night, died from his  Injuries at, St. John's hospital at l:U5 o'clock  this morning. Dion suffered from concussion of tho brain and never regained consciousness after the sudden termination  of the contest. Cornelius Desmond, manager ol" the club, the referee and .seconds  are under arrest.  MONTREAL, August 3C���The committee of conciliation whose sCj vico3  were accepted by the Canadian Iacific  Railway Company and the cemmittoo  of maintenance of way men Ic see if a  settlement of the present strike could  be brougEt about by, mutual concession,  has given out the following roport:  Queen's Hotel, Montreal, Aug. 16, 1901.  ���To the Officers and .Members of thu  B. of L. E., O. R. C... B. of L. P., B. of  R. T. and O. R. T. of the Canadian .  Pacific Railway.���Dear Sirs and Brothers: The undersigned general chairmen  herewith submit the following rcDort  for consideration: In compliance with  a request of members of our organizations we met in Montreal on Thurs'hiy,  August Sth, 1901, to lenew the efforts  which some of the general chairmen  had mado towards obtaining the ' on-  sent of the company and maintenance of *  way men for the ^pn-ral chairmen of r  the five organization to act as a conciliation committee ,w the present tl's-  pute. Our services 01 ing- accepted uy  both parties we toa;-. up the duties  of a conciliation boa '. After sevjral  interviews had been .. id between the  board of conciliation, the company und'  committee representing tho irar Ivrnc-u, '  we succeeded in obtauiug a 1 z:.v.. of  settlement which *ve believed tc bo reasonable and fair under the present; conditions of the strike situation and recommended that it be accepted by the  trackmen, explaining to them 'that the  terms submitted were equal 10 those  obtained by any other organizations jn  their first eflorts to ODtain recognition.  Alter the terms of settlement had leen  fully explained to the trackmen and a  voCe taken by them, the lo'!oviii!*" Jotter .jvas the board of con--  ciliation by the chairman of the trackmen:  Montreal. August 15th.���Charles Pope,  Chairman Conciliation Committee: The  terms of settlement proposed by the *-cn-  eral managor of the Canadian Pacnic  Railway Company through your com-,  mittee to the committee -'represent i.ig  the maintenance of way men is not .'considered a fair basis of ���������tr.!*. n*it. ��� We  believe a board of arbitration o posed  of fair-minded men'would render ad 1-  cision more tavorable to the men, *ac  represent than has been prepared by  the general manag-ir. Therefore, v/e  will renuest: the members of the '������yjn-  ciliatir.'n committee to recommend' -aat  tho matter be settled by arbitration.  Honing it will be consistent with the  -cw.-' of the members of your commit-  P.e to comply with this .'request,, and  thanking you for the efforts made to  bring about a proper understanding and  fair settlement, we are, very truly youis,  J. LENNON, Chairman.  The conciliation committee thereupon  presented _U*e_follQwhig_jtiLtlmavtiinL to  the secretary of~Ehe Trackmen's Association:  A. F. Stout, Secretary.���We, an a  board of conciliation, feel that our duties as mediators have ended, and that  nothing further can be clone by us unless president Wilson of the B. R. T. of  A. will agree to leave the city within  24 hours and not interfere in any way  with either committee and will givo  authority to the trackmen's committee  to declare the strike off when in their  judgment a reasonable and fair basis  of settlement cr.n be effected.  CHARLES POPE,  Chairman B. of L. E.  A. SHAW,  Chairman of tho O. R. C.  G.   K.   WARK,  Chairman B. of L. F.  E.   E.   EDDY,  Chairman of B.  R.  T.  W. H. ALLISON.  Chairman of O. R. T.  y  i  A  rj  J  -J  m  i"  !  Sfi I  >,*L  r is.r  1.1  'i'i  Ml  5 -i  Storms East and West.  BAKERSFIELD, August IG.���-A terrible cloudburst has occurred at Teha-  chapi, doing an immense amount of  damage. All connections by wire, telephone and telegraph are severed and it  is impossible to obtain particulars. Four  or five washouts resulted and the Southern Pacific and Sante Fe trains are delayed here until the track is in shape  for traffic. It is said that two inches of  rain fell in halt* an hour.  MOBILE, Ala., August 16.���The tropical storm, which came up from the  south Wednesday and increased in force  during the night following, is believed  to have been the severest in the vicinity of Mobile. Here the wind blew at  the rate of 70 miles an hour. Various  reports of the drowning of men in the  bay have been received here, but it is  impossible to confirm them, as there  is very little means of communication.  NEW ORLEANS, La., August IG.���The  storm has passed and seems to have  done no great damage anywhere except  along t.he river below the city. In the  city the only injury was to the lakeside  resorts and to the section flooded by  the break in a canal bank, which was  closed before morning. Rice and orange  farms on thn lower coast were severely  injured.   A large house was overturned.  .1  7< ������;;&:  if  n&: .*!
Humpty Bumpty Had a &peat Fall
Fancy Summer Corsels, regular price S SS now
"Worcester Summer Cori-ots, regular price  l.f-0 now
Dueber's Corsets, regular price  -75 novv
A variety of Corsets, regular price  1.50 now
15 Boys' Crash Suits, rogular price .Vi.'iZ   now   S1.25
An   assortment   of   men's   women's   and boy's shoes at 35 per cent oft,
A line of men's and boys' travv hats at  cost. , u. ■_. ___,_j_j,|j
I m
mines. Sixty-five hundred men, whose
wages Avill average three dollars a day,
are working in southern Kootenay and
southern Yale. Over half a million dollars disbursed every month should keep
the wolf from the door of every man
now residing within the boundaries of
Kootenay and  Yale districts.
^eie-eceieeeecs*' \fc ^^S£sa3^-$35l'
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* Cards of Wholesale Houses, un-   *
* der   classified    heads,    will    be *
* charged   50   cents   a   line   per *
* month. No advertisement accept- ■*■
-I- ed for less than $1 per month. *
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Baker 'and Josephine streets, Nelson,
wholesale dealers in assayer's supplies.
Agents for Denver Fire Clay Company,
Denver, Colorado. -        ;
Kelson, wholesale dealers in -liquors,
cigars, ..'0010111, lire brick and fire elajr,
water pipe and steel rails, and general
uuiiuiiiSoiuii  laercliariLS. .-•-.-
AVe are drilly in
receipt of fresh
photo supplies
—filmi", printing
papers, plates,
chemicals, and
all developing
accessories. AVo
have all the
standard kodaks and cameras, and have
some.c dainty albums for mounting prints,
in the standard sizes, at 20c, 25c,-, and 35c.
each; they are wonderful value,'-being made
of dark matte mounting paper with neat
cover and tied with silk cord.
The government should be fair to
all sections of the province. Money
should not be expended lavishly in ono
section and niggardly in another. The
people of one town should not be wet-
nursed and those of another town allowed to go dry. Judging by its actions
in the matter of public school buildings,
the government at Victoria—if the government has had anything to say in
the matter—is unfair. It gives the City
of Rossland all the money that a public
school building will cost. It makes the
City of Nelson bear half the cost of a
much-needed public school building. Is
this the' even-handed justice that is
dealt out by the government, or is it
the way the minister of education has
of evading one of the duties given him
to perform by premier Dunsmuir?    ••
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"   •     LACE ALLOVERS,        **
36 Bakep Street, Nelson.
lvvjuj i.a\ ••'IjI-'CII'IC
Constructs"!! Company.-wnolesale dealers
ia Lelepiioiie.-j, •Hinii'iiciatoia,, bells, batteries, electric iix.if.ixeb ana appliances. Houston Block, jNt=.!-otj ..--    -"....
Nelson, wholesale dealers in fresh and
cured meats. Cold storage.	
A. MAO'DUNAXiJ-* ■& Uv.—^vi^&Li. UF.
Front and Hall streets, Nelson, who esale
grocers and jobbers in blankets, gloves,
mitts, boots, rubbers, macklnaws and min
ers' sundries.	
' ited-Vernon    street,  ^Nelson,    wholesale
grocers.     ■-.-.  "  .' ~ ' -' " . 7" -:":: -    ."     V
street, Nelson, wholesale grocers.
Nelson, wholesale dealers in provisions,
ciirprl tnpats. butter and eggs.
. Vernoni and Josephine streets, Nelson
wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars^and dry
, goods AS<=nts for Pabst Brewing Company
ot Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Company of Calgary.       ■
ted-Corner of Front and Hall streets, Nel.son ^ wholesale dealers in wines, case and
* bulk, and domestic and imported cigars.
Aberdeen Block, Baker Street, Nelson.
Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen s Hotel,*
Baker street, Nelson. Open day and night.
parties supplied on shortest notice.	
moved earefirlly at reasonable rates. Apply J T. Wilson, Phone 270. Prosser s second l-Jand store, Ward street.        	
dealer's, undertakers and cmbn mors. Day
'phone No. '2D2, night 'phone No. '20i. Next
ncT postollice building, Vernon street,
^^TEAS.^ ;	
China teas in great variety, choicest quality AVe make a specialty of blending tens
and selltliom in any quantity at lowest
rates.  Kootenay  Coffee Company. ^
your taste. Sun cured. Spider Leg, Pan
Fired; in bulk or packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.     	
■we are selling at 30 cents per pound Is
giving the best of satisfaction to our many
customers.   Kootenay   Coffee   Company.
Pianos to Rent.    -       -'■'■'    NKLSON, B. C.
I        X7;     _ FQR.RENT._;__ _ ___
ly situated; good view. Furnished or unfurnished. Low price. Also, a house wilh
all conveniences. Bath. AVithin twelve minutes of center of town and close to car
line. Ad'dress A.-13., Box 1S2, Nelson.
without board. Apply four doors above
City Hall,  Victoria street.
to let by the month or for the season. Immediate possession. Good fishing. Apply
C. Wi Busk,- Kokanee creek. Phone COa.
Or to R. H. Williams, Baker street, Nelson.
■y HEL1? WANTED. .-■,: ,
ier; railroad men for Lardo; two men to
load lumber. Nelson Employment Agency,
phone 2?S. x      "
out of town; women for housework; nurse
girl; men for railroad work. AVestern Canadian Employment Office. Phone '270. H. A.
reliable boys to act as selling agents for
The Daily Tribune In every town In Kootenay and Yale districts. •
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* regularly will be changed as of- *
* ten as required and will be in- *
►I* serted in the Daily Tribune for *
* ?4  per inch per  month;   if in- *
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A Commendable Feature.
One of the commendable and valuable
features of trades, unions is the manner
in> which they look after -any of their
members who are in distress.   This was
particularly noticeable during the past
week, when John McTaggart, a member of the Miners' Union here, Avas injured at the Metropolitan. The boys
packed McTaggart from the mine to
Thomson's Landing, a distance of some
26 miles, on a stretcher, and srave the
injured man the very best attention,
while $10 a week for 10 weeks,is also
provided by the union. Trades unionism
stands for justice and protection to those
who become members, and also secures
benefits for non-union men. If there is
a miner outside of the ranks of the
union in this camp today the above
should be an object lesson foi* him.—•
Lardeau  Eagle.
commencing Monday, August 12th 9\
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to flX
to —— ° —— —*— to
to *'
Irvine & Co.
36  Baker  Street
h       50 CENTS PER PAIR
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©he fKvibixne
If the evidence is printed correctly in
the Rossland papers, police magistrate
Boultby did not give an impartial .decision in the Colistro case. The decision
indicates that the police magistrate of
Rossland is aching to place himself on
record along with Bernard McDonald as
a union smasher.
The Lardeau Eagle says: "Has pre-
" mier Dunsmuir a supporter in the in-
" terior who could safely resign his
"seat to accept a cabinet position? If
"he thinks so let him make the experi-
" ment." What is," the matter with Tom
Taylor taking a .fly at it? He surely
would be supported by the Eagle, and
he would make a better provincial secretary than Prentice.
■   We are anxious to secure a few free mlll--
inu gold properties at once. The Prospectors'   Exchange,   Nelson,   B.   C,   Room  4,
K. W. C. Block.   	
mines and prospect!-: wanted. Send report
and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,
Nelson, B.  C, Room -4, K. AV. C. Block.
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•:•   serted for ONE-HALF CENT A   -I-
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tor sale or rent at tho Old Curiosity Shop.
"~ FOR SALE. ~    ~~
Furnished throughout with all requlr •-
rnents for same. Apply to Carl Baud.
New York Brewery, Sandon.
centrator.-- in good condition. Apply Annable St, Dewar.
Mayor Fletcher is of opinion that
there can only be one responsible head
in the management of civic business.
He had a different opinion Avhen he was
an alderman. In towns the size of.
Nelson, the mayor must of necessity
be the responsible manager of the civic
business. Aldermen should not, under
any circumstances, meddle with details.
They should say how money is to be
expended, and hold the mayor responsible for carrying out the details.
One Blot in the West.
Whether the Laurier government has
behaved towards Conservative office
holders in Western Canada as cruelly as
the Roblin government has behaved to
Liberal office holders in Manitoba is a
question which can only be settled by a
detailed comparison of dismissals. Western Canada is" the one blot in the dealings of the Laurier government with
Conservative officeholders. It is not
yet certain that the slaughter of Tory
■civil servants under LiberaL auspices in
the West is at all comparable to the
massacre of Liberal civil servants under the auspices of hon. R. P. Roblin
in Manitoba.—Toronto Telegram.
To Care for, Lepers
The army officers in the Philippines
are making preparations for the care of
lepers'.- The report of a board of officers convened in Northern Luzon to
gather data on the conditions obtaining
on the subject, recommends the island
of Barri, which is said to be uninhabited and of sufficient size, two miles by
one mile, to accommodate the lepers of
Luzon; .This report Avas transmitted to
the commission, and attention invited
to'the recommendations contained in
indorsements from the officers transmitting previous reports on the same general subject. Further developments of
the leper colony and the actual work
of the aggregation of lepers await proper
It Is a Good Circus.
The Spokane Spokesman-Review of
yesterday has the following regarding
the Sells & Gray circus that exhibits
in Nelson on Monday next: "The Sells
& Gray circus, which showed yesterday
at the old grounds on College avenue,
6000 people saw the show, and most of
them were well pleased. The premier
act of the circus is given by the Eddy
family, whose acrobatic work in complete dress is of the highest order. There
are eight people in the company—four
men ,two women, a girl and a tiny tot
of a boy about six years old. When they
get into action they resemble nothing on
earth so much as a flock of cyclones on a
frolic.   The Tyballs, two women and a
; man, did some brilliant work in head
balancing. Even more interesting, however, was the Avork of the two women
alone. One of them, hanging from a
trapeze, held up another trapeze by her
teeth and supported her sister while
performing upon it. Edna Marietta,
who is advertised as the only woman
in America turning a back somersault
on horseback, proved her ability to do
the turn. An interesting feature about
the   circus   Avas   the  freshness   of   the
.costumes and the neatness of the performers. The horses likewise attracted
most  favorable  attention."
Coffee Roasters   -
Dealers in Tea and Coffee
AVo aro offerinj? at lowost pi ices tbe best
frades of Ceylon, India, China and Jauan
'oae. -
Our Besf, Mocha and Java Coffeo, per
pound 9 40
Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00
Choico Blend Coffeo, 4 pounds  1 00
Special Blend Coffee, 6 pounds  1 UO
Rio Blend Coffeo, 6 pounds  1 00
Special Blend Ceylou Tea, per pound 30
Telephone 177.
P.O. Box 182.
Ward Bros.
rdy"i *£
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4- \i'^-^sT', -*r^4 Z7<1
Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES
Desirable Business and Residence Lots
In (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.
Office  on  Baker street,, west  of  Stanley   Wriknn	
Outside of Rossland, where operations
are partially closed down on account
of a difference between the men and the
mine managers, there are more men employed at mining in Kootenay and Yale
than ever before in their history. In
Nelson mining division 1000 men are
today working at mines and*in,mills
and at the smelter at Nelson. In the
Ainsworth and Slocan camps arid in
the Lardeau oyer 2000 men are employed at mining and in railway building. In the Boundary camps there are
as many more. In East Kootenay 1500
men find work in the quartz and coal J
The new cooling drink, Ironbrew.
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amewmd^opeam MEALS 25 CENTS
Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Stpam 25 Cents to $T
Greenhouse anrt l*e*.l(lint_; out Plants.
J.o-west   Pi lees
BEE SUPPLIES. f-EBOS, FERTILIZERS   implements,   lrult   baskets
.and   ci.ites,   1 r nit   and   ornamental   trees.,
bnllrs lor  Jail planting
.5009 AVc-tmln&ter.   Road,
t-ataloaiici. l'*ioe
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Tiades Union and Fraternal
Society Notices of legular meetings will be charged 25 cents a
line per month. No notice accepted ior less than $1 per mouth.
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iUi-,jji<.o uiniON i\U 0i>. XV F. ot *\[ —
iUoets in "Minors' Union Ilall, nor tlr\ves>t
corner ot BuKer and Stanley streets, every
Saturday oveniirsr at S o'clock. Visiting
members welcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Willis, secretary. Union scale
of wages for Nel.son district per shift: Machine men *-;*.5U, hammersmen '■3.^5, muckers, carmen, shovelers, and other underground laborers Sil.
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Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets
P. O. Box 559. TELEPHONE NO. 95.
Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.
BOOTSI       BOOTS!       BOOTS!
For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering
discount sale of boots and shoes.
J. A. Gilker, Proprietor
P. O. BOX 527.
Nelson Saw & Planing
Meets at Miners' Union Hall on. fourth
Monday irr every month at 7:30 o'clock p.
rn. B. Pape, president; A. XV. -McFee, secretary.
nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,
in   Miners'    Union   Hall.   C.   J.    Clayton,
president;  Alex.  U.  Murray,  secretary.
International Journeymen' Barbers' -Union
ot America, meets lirst and third Mondays
ot each month in Miners' Union Hall at
i>:J0 sharp. Visiting members Invited.' R.
McMahon, president; J. 1-1. Matheson, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording
and third Fridays in each month at Miners Union Hall at 7:31)'sharp. ■ AValter R.
Kce,  president; Henry Bennett, secretary.
Monday evening: in the Elliot Block, at 8
Vice, secretary. P. O. Box 161.
NELSON LODGE, NO. 23., A. F. &
A. M. meets second Wednesday in
each month. Sojourning brethren
No. 123, G. R. C—Meets third Wednesday.'
Sojourning companions invited. George
Johnstone,   '/,.;  E.   W.  Matthews,  S.   E.
F.    O.    E.-
Hr.vo just lecelvcd 3,010,000 feet of log« from Idaho, and wo are prepared to onfc Uio largest bills
of timber of any nimensions or lengths. JisLimalcs given at any time. Tho largcai; stock of Bash,
doors, and mouldings in Kootenay.
The  Best  Fire and  Life  Insurance  Companies Doing Business in  the  City.
Large comfortable bedrooms and flrst-
class dining room. Sample rooms for commercial men.
Money to loan at 8 per cent upon Improved property. Interest payable semi'
annually.   Principal  payable  annually.
tyrs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop.
Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary
Al-jadden House
P. Burns
NELSON   AERIE .,    „.    „._
Meets second and fourth' Wednesdays of
each month at Fraternity Hall. George
Bartlett, president; J. V. Morrison, secretary.
■Regular meetings lirst and third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir Knights
nre cordially- invited to attend. Dr. 'VV
Rose, R K.; A. VV. Purdy, Com.; G. A
Brown, P. C.
Baker and Ward
Streets,  Nelson.
The only hotel In Nelson that has remained under one management since 1890.
The bed-room: ■;•-.» v/e!) furnished and
lighted by electricn.>.
The bar is always otocKeci ny the best
domestic and lmport-Hl llnuors and cigars.
THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.
J. II. McMANUS, Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
Hbanelson,ab.o Dealers in Meats
Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Net»
Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid
•way, and Vancouver.
Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded
NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE Copartnership hitherto existing between the
undersigned by the style of Lee & Burnett,
as green grocers, has this day been dissolved by the retirement of Harry Burnett, who has transferred to Herbert F. Lee
all his interest in tire business,'-assets,
good will and book accounts.
• All persons indebted to the said partnership are hereby requested to make payment to the said Herbert F. Lee, who has
assumed and will pay the l!abilili-*3 of the
partnership, and who will continue tha
partnership  business.
„r.t „    . H.   BURNETT.
Witness: R. A. CREECH;     '
Nelson, B. C, July 15th,. 1901.,
Bar stocked with best brands of wines,
liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Largo
comfortable rooms. First class table board.
Houston Block, Baker Street.
Telephone 161. P. O. Box 176
NOTICE IS GIVEN THAT THE Copartnership existing betweeo the undersigned, doing business as hotelkeepers at
the town of Erie, B. C, is dissolved. All
debts owing by the, firm will be paid by
David Church, who will also collect all
debts due the firm.
Dated at Erie.  B.   C,  this 17th  day'of
July, 1901. DAVID J. BROWN,
Notice is hereby given- that the co-partnership hitherto existing between the undersigned under'' the style of Starkey Ss
Company, wholesale commission merchants, has this day been dissolved by the
retirement of George M. Phillips, who has
transferred to F. Starkey all his interest
in the assets, book accounts and business.
All persons indebted to the said partnership are heroby requested to make payment
to F. Starkey, who has assumed all the liabilities of the partnership and who will
continue the business.
Witness: I-I. BUSH. ;__;j
Nelson, B. C, 14th August, IDOL    -.", _.^- THE NELSON TRIBUNE,  SATURDAY MORNING,  AUGUST  IT, 1901  I BAM OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid np....$12,000,000.00  BUST    ���7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Prosidont  Hon. George A. Drummond Vico-Prosident  K. S. Clot*ston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootonay Stroots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  o Hranohos ln London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all the principal oities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Trausfors. ,   _ ,   ,_    .,.  Grunt Commorcial and. Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT RATK OV INTEREST PAID.  PERSONAL PARAGRAPHS.  Jennie, Mrs. George Cornwallis-West,  is the way the former lady Randolph  Churchill   is   now    known   in   English  court documents.  ���**���_*"--  The claim of Bradley. Martin to exemption from the personal assessment  on the tax hool-s of New York has at  length heen admitted, on the ground  that he has become a full-fledged Englishman, and that his personal property  has ceased to be assessable on this side  ���    of. the Atlantic.  *     a     a  Governor Geer of Oregon has again  refused the offer of a��� great-number of  his admirers to buy him an executive  mansion. "I am too poor to accept  it," he says. "I am living comfortably  in the house I rent, and to buy a fine  house for me to furnish would be laying too heavy a, burden on my shoulders."'  ���  .. *     a     a i.i ���;  : Gaston Menier, the noted "Chocolate  King." who owns the island of Anti-  costi, in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, is  very much to the front in French affairs just now. Having built a model  workingiuan's village, he entered the  chamber of deputies and became an  "������'intimate friend of Waldeck-Rousseau.  ���He is now about to back up" a great  newspaper enterprise���a Paris paper on  the lines of the American dailies.  ...   a     *     1    Morris D. Howlett, the famous Parisian whip, who last year won the $500  prize offered by:, the National . Horso  Show Association for four-in-hand driving,'was, a passenger on the Campania,  ���which arrived in New York last Saturday. Mr. Howlett, who is accompanied  by his wife, alsoa competent whip;  comes to this country to teach New-  York society how to handle'reins. His  father is Edwin Howlett, the veteran  driver,  known in Paris as tlie'---"father  of coaching."   V  -   * ���  * -  John Howard Bryant, the only-living  brother of Willian Cullen Bryant, celebrated his 04th birthday at his home  in Princeton, 111., a fortnight ago. He  has been prominent in the politics of  Illinois and has served several terms in  the legislature. He was a strong abolitionist and at one time sheltered many  fugitive slaves. His views,; natura'lly  brought him into the Republican party  when it was organized, and in 1S62 he  \ was appointed a federal collector of  internal revenue by his personal friend,  .president Lincoln. In recent years the  tariff issue has led him to side with the  Democrats. He is the author of ono or  two volumes of verse.  ii     a   'a ;  The election of oflicers at the convention of the National Association of Colored Women, recently held at Buffalo,  resulted in the choice of Mrs. J. S. Yates  of Kansas City���the former treasurer���.  as president. Mrs. Booker T. Washing-,  ton was a candidate, and her election  to the ofiice.was looked for. But-it  seems that other members of the association resented Mrs. Washington's absence from their reception, chiefly from   the���fact_that_she  attended   a si-nilar  function given by white women at fhe  Twentieth Century Club where her husband was a guest of honor. Mrs. Washington was elected vice-president, and  the- retiring president, Mrs. M. C. T-r  rell of the Harriet Beecher Stowe Ch-b  of Washington, was made, honorary  president. Mrs. Washington is one of  the best informed colored women in  the country, and an t-Hi<Mout aid to her  husband in his work for the atl/ance-  ment of the colored race.  *     *     a  It is said that.there 5s.a (Ic-iile-l public prejudice against Nansen in Ncnvay,  particularly in Christiana. ���-���:<* is clwged  with being guilty of injustice to .S\rr-  drup, the salllng-ma-itei* of the V: f��:*.i,  and other companions in his book, taking all credit and glory to. himself. It  is'the prevailing opinion that his head  has been turned by flattery, and luoi'i--  declare that most of the ihinnis.e was  done  in  America,  although  he  speaks  Is . sold everywhere.  Ironbrew.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWEHa AND BOTTLKEB 3F  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular delivery to the trade.  BREWERY  AT   NELSON  /;<k.***.*.**i**.**.*.*.*.**.*.**.**.*&X.  ?T    -  : ,���&.  w  Hi.  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  \  ARTHUR    GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR  IjADIE5*' TAILOR  MADE SUITd.  RA.ICER  STREET KAST.  ���^���sa**-**.*********'***'***^  W. P. TIERNEY  Tolephono 265.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Office: Two Doors West C. P. R. Offices  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  -      -      $8 000,000  -      -      -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER 365,000,000.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund.  Hon. Geo.' A. Cox,  President.  Robt. Kllgour,  Vice-President.  London Offloe, GO Lombard Street. IS. O.  New York   Offlee, 16   Exchange   Place.  and (id Brunches in Canada and tho  United Statos.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Intorest allowed oh deposits.. Present rate  throe percent. .-,  GRANGE  V. HOLT,  Manapcor Nelson Branch.  contemptuously of America and complains of his treatment there. From his  books and lectures Nansen has made a  fortune���not less than $100,000 in the  United States alone���and nearly as much  more in England, Germany, Sweden and  other European countries. His book has  been published in, four different languages and he receives a comfortable  income from the copyright. He has  purchased a handsome villa about four  miles from Christiana, where he lives  in fine style. In addition to his large  personal fortune, his Arctic achievement has given him a life position at the  head of a department in the University  of Christiana, recently, established with  an endowment of $270,000. The money  was raised by a lottery and private subscription.  ' *   *   ��  Martin Irons, who succeeded, through  the Knights of Labor, in tying up the  Gould railroad properties southwest of  St. Louis in 1SS6, had a meteoric career.  He was scarcely five feet six in height,  had stoop shoulders and'an unimpressive shock of dark red hair and was  representative of the lawless element  "among the strikers. He was opposed  by Terrence V. Powderly,. also in the  Knights of Labor,. who\ did not believe  in strikes where settlements could be  effected- otherwise. For a while Irons  was a great man. He not only made  considerable money, but occupied a great  deal of space in the newspapers and  printed his autobiography in one of  the current magazines. At this time he  was blindly worshiped by his men. When"  the strike failed, as it did signally, his  men would have nothing more to do  with him. ,:He wandered about the -West  and got into various troubles, among  which was his arrest in October, 1S94,  at Fort '.Worth,'" Texas, for attempted,  assault on a; seven-year-old child.- Recently lie died in poverty and disgrace.  Terrence V;,-Powderly,���;��� who opposed-  Irons, was high in the councils of the  'Knights'of Labor, but he said of strikes:  "I do not- believe in strikes, because I  do not think there is any necessity  for them." In the 'SOs Powderly had a  disagreement with John-W. Hayes, general secretary of;.the Knights.of-Labor:  he gradually--drew away from his former associate's and ih ythe campaign of  1S9G was stumping the country for McKinley. After the latter's election Powderly was rewarded by being made commissioner of immigration, a post which  he still holds.  Aggressive ..Davitt.  "The most important problem, today is  emigration to America," said Michael Davitt, the Irish agitator, who recently arrived on the St. Paul. "This country has  too many Irish,' continued the ex-member  of parliament. "Forty thousand of our people come here every year. America is  draining iip our population. In 184(1,' when  I was  born,  Ireland had  a population  of  Thorpe & Co. bottle it. Ironbrew.  A COMPLETE LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  ^        Screen ^Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  looal and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  if what you want is not in stock  wk will make: it for too  CALL AND GET PRICES.  ���Jn   An    -5  '���  jraB  HALT, ATTD T.-DTR HTRKKTB. NKr,SOW  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNKR OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON STRKKTS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White  Pine  Lumber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Ccai-it Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work wiU receive  prompt attention  Porto Rico Lumber Go. Ltd.  IMPERIAL BAM  OIF    O-A-ZCT-A-IXAu  HEAD  OFFICK, TORONTO.  Capital        -       -       $2,600,000  Rest       -       -       -    $1,850,000  H. S. HOAVLAND Presidont.  I). 11. AVILK1E General Manager.  M. HAY Inepoctor.  SAVINC3   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THK   CURRENT   RATE   OF    INTEREST   ALLOWED.  (,��� ^*-fc ��� 3>t ��� __*S**l ���  f* ' 00 - 00 ��� 00 ' 00 ��� 00 - 00 - 00  .-cas .-casS j*isS -��*b5 <-*B&  ��� 00* 00 ' 00 ��� 00 ��� 0S!  ��*<8s> j^eiS j*aiS'  00 - 00' 00 ' 00 jnjjj  00 /jvS *__>, *^*^��* ^fc. *>*s ���^K* ^fc. *^*k '^^"^k ��� *��rw *^*** ^r^'VrK" ^rt^***^ ��� "^t^ ��� ^V___^*-  Nelson Branch--Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M, LAY, Manager.  eight million, and now she has barely four  million.'I shall make an appeal for a curtailing of immigration -when I speak in  Boston," said Mr. Davitt. Mr. Davitt will  be here two months, speaking to Irish-  American societies in ten cities, the first  timo in Chicago, August 15th. "The Boer  .war is one of the most criminal enterprises  of modern times," said Mr. Davitt. "I-  consider general Roberts a meaner soldier than goneral Weyler. "With 10,000 more  men the Boers would have driven the  English into the Indian ocean. The war has  thus cost a billion pounds, and Is going on  at the rate of ��2,000,000 a week. The onlj-  issue is the Boer.war. The withdrawal of  70,000 infrantrymen means that the soldiers are unfit. The war will last another  year and will cost a billion and half  pounds. Lord Roberts has been voted ��100,-  000, but doesn't deserve 100,000 marks. He  imprisoned women to induce men to lay  down their arms, but the Boor men and  women will not give up. The Irish palia-  mentarians are united and have cleared  .Ireland from having any hand In the criminal aggression in South Africa."  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  9\  toto.  The moro yoti havc*lo do with Jacob Dover, tho Jeweler,.tho moro you will understand how the absolute success of a  specialty house like his depends on bavins: tho right things at tho right prices, and having thorn all tho time. Thi * is what has  won for us a growing businofs sinco our beginning ton years ago. Then our methrds and our treat incut of customers speak  plainly for tln-mselvus as soon as you investigate-. Jacob Dover, tho Jeweler, is equipped to help jou moor, all icquirements  necessary. Make us your Nelson representatives in watches, precious stones, jcwulry. etc., and lot us UU your mail orders. The  icsponsibility is then with us to keep you supplied with the right tilings at tiro right time and at tho right prices.  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B.C.  JACOB "DOVER: THE JEWELER  C. P. R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  KELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Mail orders receive our prompt     /f\  and careful attention. Our prices  re always right.  :^  ^l^'Siti^lS!_i6S^  SP" 8*"' @-��" S��"��' JS��*" 3��"  00'0^x-00'00'0-0 .v ������**>.��**�� ���,;����� ��� ss*- ��� .^i-*-;��� 3r - s>'^*>vS' \5fr -^'^��^'^9>-^-^ >^Jfk  ��3ir��'5a**-^��3*-^w--*-S��-5_��- ���*5-^^'^S*^S/*?5'^B'-^'^ft>^5'^B^SC^Si25f!BiTS'*^'^5*^>*"  >5ir.'>��fc.*'*Sr','*v'V*^ ���0-0*00'00'00'00' 00'00'00' 00' 00'00'00'00'00'00' 00' 00'00  to  4id  000 . 00 .  ��*4sw��3r*':  :r\  On the- construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway In the Lardo district.  Try it. Ironbrew.  VICTOR SAFE & LOCK CO.  CINCINNATI, OHIO.  Tho largest fire proof safe works in the world.  Over threo carloads sold in Kootenay in eight  months.  _*_____*&***&��  "   _  HICHEST WACES PAID  In order to secure men without delay  ordinary labor will bo paid ?2.2a per day  and-axemen $2.50 per day.  GOOD STATION WORK  CAN BE SI2CUK1<jD.  For   further   particulars   apply   to   the  Nelson  Employment Agencies or to  OriMTR,ACTOT-!=t.  6i  99  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. XXj^ COGNAC  possesses a delicious bouquet.  DE LAAGE FILS .t CO. XXXX COG-  nac is mellowed by its great aqc and is  recommended to connoisseurs, and for medicinal purposes.  WRITE FOR CATALOGUE AND PRICES.  P. J. R.USSELL, B. C. Agent  NELSON, B. O.  ^*.*.**.**.**-t:&*.*******.*.*.*.^.-i,.  I H.H. PLAYFORD & CO. I  w  w  !ff  1*  91  91  ��  91  91  91  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  * TOBACCO   AND   CIGARS  !��> Hi  $ MERCHANTS. t  W 9\  9)  if)  91   tf  i> m  % P. O. Bos 637. Telephone 117. %  #_�� j<?  '*9-.*.**.**.*.-*****.*.*.*.***.*.*.**:e:<*  rTbTreiley  a��:0:.'KSSOR TO H.  D. ASHCROFT.  BLACKSMITH AND WOOD WORKER.  EXPERT HORSESHOEIKC.  Special attention given to all kinds of  repairing and custom work from outside  points. Heavy bolts made to order or.  short notice.  ���a 339:*-3339:-a:-*33 \li  Hi  Hi  iii  ib  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  tl/  THESE  HOT DAYS  QUENCH  YOUR  THIRST WITH  Anhcirscr-B'ipch  Boer. Pnbsr. (Mil-  waukcr* 13oer. Calgary Beer, Tfcls-  terer & Co. Beer,  Gosnell Beer, and  ***.**:*. **.*.**.* -*  ib  ib  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ib  Hi  Hi  *���  (��>  ���ty  �����  m  tf  tf  tf  m  Double Jersey  Buttermilk.  KIANHATTAN  SALOON  Doublo .Ters"y  Buttermilk.  io *&*���*������$*���*���*;*'**���* tf *.**.*.*.*.**.*.*.*.*&���  WBtTflANSFHUl  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager,  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agenta for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Limo & Manufacturing Company, Goneral commercial agents  and broken*. , ,   .  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  TBLKPHONKH7.     0ffi��e 184 BaK6r St'  SCOTCH  "WHISKIES.  Agency with  Full  Stocks at  Victoria for  TH!" DISTILLERS' COjYtPAN^, LTD.,  Edinburgh, the largest holders in the  world of Scotch whiskies.  THE CALEDONIAN LIQUEIt SCOTCH  Whiskey is one of their leaders. Try It.  fi.-':P, BITSET & CO., Ltd.  ���   Victoria,   B.   U.  A. B. Gray, P. O. Box 521, Nelson, B. C,  Kootenay 'Representative. ���   .*  ��� SEEEIPP'S SALE.  Province  of   British   Columbia,   Nelson   in  West Kootenay, to-wit:  ; By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued  lOiit^of^the^supuoruo^ilfUiilt^fJlritjah^oiiuil^  bia at the suit of William J. 1-1. Holmes,  plaintiff, and to me directed against the  goods and chattels of the Imperial Minos,  Limited, non-personal liability, defendants,  I havo seized and taken ia execution all the  right title and interest of the said defendant, the Imperial Hines, Limited, non-  personal liability, in the mineral claims  known as and called "Climax," "William  Tell," "Maratt," "La Sallo," and "Hope,"  all situated on Goat creek on the east side  of Kootenay - lako and adjoining the Valparaiso group of mineral claims, and recorded In the olllce of the mining recorder  for tho Goat Hiver mining division of tiro  A Vest Kootenay district, to recover, the sum  of three hundred and sixty-two dollars and  sixty cents (,$.'iJ2.C0*.-amount of said writ of  Fieri Facias, arrd also interest on throe  hundred and lil'ty-nlne dollars and sixty  cents ($359.00), at live per centum per annum from tho 2-1 th day of July. 191)1. uulil  payment; besides sheriff's poundage, oil! ���  ecr's fees, and all othor legal Incidental  expenses; all of which I shall expose Cor  sale, or sulllciont thereof to satisfy said  judgment, debt and costs at my ollice next  to the court house in the city of Nolson,  13. C, on Thursday the 29th day of August,  A. D. 1901, at the hour of 11 o'clock iii the  forenoon.  Note.���Intending purchasers will satisfy  themselves as to interest and titlo of the  said defendants.  S. P. Tuck, Sheriff of South Kootenay.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, iuth August, 1901.  CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  Tiger, Kitchener and Last Chance mineral claims, situate In the Nolson mining  division of West Kootenay district. AVhere  located: On Morning mountain on the east  side of Sandy creek about one mile from  the Kootenay river. Take notice that I,  R. Smith, free' miner's certificate 55,762b,  acting as agent for* A. Thorn, free miner's  certilicate 55,670b, Henry E. Hammond,  free minor's- certificate 5a,C69b, and An-  nandale D. Grieve, free miner's certificate  55,608b, intend sixty days from the date  hsreof to apply* to the mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a crown grant of the  above claim. And further take notice that  action, under section 37, inu=t be commenced before the Issuance of such certificate of improvements. 11.  SMITH.  Dated this 25th day of July, A. ]>. 1901.  CERTIFICATE   OF   IMPROVEMENTS.  NOTICE.���THE CHAMPION MINERAL  claim, situate in the Nelson mining division of AVest Kootenay district. Where  located: On Forty-nine creek about s-U  vards from, hydraulic dam. Tako notice  that I, E. AV. Matthews, acting as agent  for Henry Samuel Crotty, free miner's  certificate No. b49,970, intend, sixty days  from the dato hereof, to apply to tho mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purposo of obtaining a  crown grant of the abovo claim. And  further take notice that action, undor section 37, must bo commenced beforo the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 18th day of July, A. D. 1901. -  oo3ZLi3^-isr",5r  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, KELSO}1, B. C. TELEPHONE }M. 219.    P. 0. BOX 688.  Rill, BUILDING STONE,  '���77, km LIRfjE . . . . .  The Mansfield Manufacturing Company  have the above mentioned building materials  for sale at reasonable prices. Special quotations to builders and contractors for large  orders.      . -  -  ORDERS BY MIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  TS5FT  ���i  OOJVIJ?-A_2sr-^"  OFFICE:    SAKER STREET WEST, fiELSOfl, B. C,  ���IWIi'l ,t.t \UTI_HlM>0.r__&BB!S��  aHH3a*s3n*--B  TELEPHONE NO. 219.    P. 0. BOX 632,  sxa  Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  AVIIOIjI-jSAIjK AND IIKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  ^b��s?S E. C. TRAVES, Manager  anrjEns by maifj uicckivk prompt attention-.  <8!i-_-J_E_USS3CESl  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  KELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  fae Now,.in Steely  UA1N.EU (Sbr1.Hu) BIjKR irr fiturrU and pinti*.   It is fresh tottling, excellent in  qiinlltyantlmcdoriitaiiipiiuc.  125 IMRHILXS "DOG'S 1IKAH" ALIO jVNU STOUT just arrived: direct from  IjUiidoii, KuKluiid. Thorn is no superior bcttlliiHU of llass arid Guincss. Prices  aro interesting to deulfi's.  I* id.  San  san Kve  Is growing in favor.   Sales nro irrcrcuins*'.   Quality and flavor aro recognized.  We linvo it in bulk and in cafos us. and (js.  AVo carry a la !���(?(! and vury fl tic stock of Cigars.    A full range nf Union goods.  Just received anoilier shipment of Granda's pure IJavana goods.  tsEsrsr.  m.��ra��MGPworjTmni caaagganm  QJ0BBJSIW  zxxzzzxxxxxxxz-ZzzzxzazzxzxxxxxzxzzxxxzzxzxzxizzxzzzzzzzxzzzzTzzzzxixzMXxzzxxxxzxx: xxxxxxxxzxxzxxxxxxxxxzxzza  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGEj  No. 4, K. W. C. Block, NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Coppor Mines wp.nted at tha Kxchange.  Free-Milling Gold Properties wanted at once for Kaattivn Investors.  Parties havirrp mining property fnr sale arc rccruosted to sond samples of their ore to tho  Exchange for exhibition. Ave desiro to hour from all prospectors who hay**; promising mineral  claims in British Columbia.  Prospectors and mining men are requested to make tho Exchango thoir headquarters whon  in Nolson.  All samples should be sent by express. Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to  Telephone  104 ANDREW   F.   ROSENBERGER,  P. O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C.  i^xxxx^2^rriiixiiirixixrirxrxririrTTrx:rrTTrii.*TTTr7iTTirt:rTTTT*rTrTTT~*TTT rxirx fxxx^xnxiTZXXixxTxrrxxxxxixxxxi  WORKS  ROSSLAND    EINOErs'SERIIV-a  CUNIilFFB   fie  McMILLAN  Founders,   Boilermakers   and  Machinists.  ORE! C ARSj, skips, o;it*w. ore bin doors. c.!i>:|os mil perioral wrnur-hr. Iron work.     Our ore cars are  tne lii'.-'l on th" market     Write 'is fnr references anil full particu'ifs.  SECOND II AN 1)jMAOHINt1-:hV VOll SA'jK.-One fi-foot Pellon wnturwheel, width CM feet, "8 to 10"  Hoinul riveted pipe.   One 10x;'i.\i:! ouU idu packed iilrrnf-cr siirkinK pump.    Hock drills, stoping  b-trs. &c. Sec.  AGENTS NORDHEY PUMPS. STOCK  CARRIED.  NOTICE.  CANCELLATION     OF     RESERVATION  KOOTJBNAY   DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that the reservation placed on iliac particular parcel of  land, which may be des>cribeU as commencing at tho noi*thea-*t corner of Township  i/>��.> j-Mgiu A, Kootenay district, which is  alsc. the nortnoast coruei of blcck 12, '  granted to the Nelson it Fort. Sheppard  Railway Company by crown grant dated  Sth March, ISUj. thence due east 16 miles;  thence due south to the International boundary , thence due west alorg said boundary  16 miles; thence north to the place of commencement, notice whereof was published  in the British Columbia Gazette, and dated  7th May, lb9G, is hereby rescinded  AV   S. GORE.  Deputy Commissioner of Lands & AVorks.  Lands and AVorks Depaitment.  A'ictolia, B   C, 23id May, 1001.  .NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.  I   r  n  * v  '*  i    *  Pursuant  to  the   "Creditor's  Tiust Deeds  Act"  and amending acts. ,  Nuuco r-5 iineoy fcivun  that Henry Fen-  gu-son McLean, heretolore cairjing on bus!-'  ness .it the utv  of Nelson, in the province,  of Biltish Columbia, as a druggibt, has by  deed of assignment, made in pursuance of  the      i^rcurtor s    Crust   Deeds   Act,'    and'*-  amending acts,   and bearing date  tho  Oth  ���  uay  ot -August-,  mill, assigned all his real  and personal pio'jeity io David Mori is, of  tne   said   crt\    of   Nelson,   gentleman,   in  trust  foi  the put pose of paying and satis-  t>ing latablj  oi  ptopoi tronalcly and without prelcicnce or p.-iotity, the creditois of  the sard Henry Fciguson McLean their just  debti.  Tlie said deed was executed by the said  11 em v i'eigusoii McLean on the Cth dav of  August ]')ul ip��l atlcrwauls by the said  D.u id iMoi r is on the Cth <iay of August,  1UU1. and the said David Moms his undertaken the said tiusts created by the said  d^cd i  All person** haiing claims against the  said Henry Ferguson McLean are icqulrcd  to forwaid particulars ot the same, duly  venfied togethei with paiticulars of all  sccuiltles, il an\ held bv them theiefoi, to  the sard trustee D ivid Moms, on or before  ilie 10th day of September, 1001 All persons  indebted to the,said Henry Ferguson McLean are icqulrcd to pav tho amounts duo  oy them to the said trustee forthwith. After  the said Kith dav of September, 3001, the  ti ustee will pioceed to distribute the assets  of tho said estate among the parties entitled thereto, ha*.ing regard only to the  claims ot ����hich he shall then have notice  Notice is also given that a meeting of tho  credrtors of the said Ifeiny Ferguson McLean will be held at the office ot R M  Macdonald, Iiaker street, Nelson, on Tuesday the 2uui da> of Augiibt, 1901, at tho  hour of 1 o clock in the after noon  DAVID MORRIS, Ti ustee  P. M MACDONALD, Solicitor for tho  Tr ustee  Dated at Nelson this 7th day of August,  1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  "' .��  P.  O.  Box 198.  THIRD  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  To Hei beit Cuthbeit oi  to any person or  persorrs   to   whom   he   may   na\e   transferred his Intel est in the Blend mineral  claim, sltuUc on the west fork of Rover  ci eek,  ir*.  the  Nelson  mining division  of  AVest Kootenay disliicl, and lecoided In  the iccoider s ofllce loi   the Nelson mining  division  ���You-and-eaeh-of���yoa are hereby_notificd_  that we have expended lum   hundred and  eleven  dollar:, irr  labor and  impr o\ omenta  upon   the  above  mentioned  mineial  claim  In  order to Inkl ^aid claim under  tlm  provisions of  the  Mrner il Act,  and If  within   ninetv   class   ot   iuu   dite   of   this  notice >ou fail or refuse to contribute >our  portion of such cvpeirrllturcs together  with  all   costs   of   ad\crtl*-ing   sour   Interest   In  said claims will become mc propel ty of the  substiibeis, under scctron  1 of an act entitled "An Act to Amend tho Mineral Act,  1900."  FRANK    FLKTCHER,  .T.   J.   MALONE.  H.    C. -NEELANDS.--'  E.   T.   H.   SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nelson this 3rd day of June, 1901.  LIQUOR LICENCE TRANSFER.  Si   I  B-irl  .JL  NOTICE OF APPLICATION FOR  TRANSFER OF RETAIL LIQUOR LICENSE.���Notice Is heroby given that w.*  Intend to apply at the next sitting of the  board of license commissioners for thi  City of Nelson for tire transfer of the re-  tall liquor license now- held by us for tha  premises known as the "Ofllce" saloon,  situate on lot 7 In block 9, sub-dlvlslon of  lot 95. AVard street, In tho said City of  Nelson, to AVilliam Robertson Thomson  and Charles C. Clark ot tbo said city.  JAMES   NEELANDS,  S.   13.   EMERSON.  Witness:  CHAS.  R.  McDONALD.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, thi3 2nd day of  August, 1001.  (No. 178.)  CERTIFICATE  OF THR  REGISTRATION  OF AN EXTRA  PROVINCIAL COMPANY. COMPANIES ACT, 1S97.  I hereby o/rrtify that tho "German Mining and  Milling Company" has this day been registered  as an Kxtra Provincial Company, under the  "Companies Act. IS97," to carry out or effect all  or airy of tho objects hereinafter set forth to  whicli tlio lcKNlative authority- of the Legislature of Uritish Columbia extends.  The head oflico of tho Company is situato In  the City of Tacoma, State of AA'ashington,  U. S. A.  The amount of tho capital of the Company is  ono hundred thousand dollars, ^divided into ono  hundred thousand-shares of one dollar each.  iho head ollice of tho Conrpany in this Province in situate at Nolson, and Richard Pape, Labourer, whoso address is Nelson aforesaid, is tho  attorney for tho Company.  The tirrre of tho existence ot the Company is  fifty years.  Givon under my hand and seal of ofllco at  ATictoria. Provinco of British Columbia, this 10th  day of Juno, one thousand nine hundred and  ono.  ,[l..S.] '������ S. Y. AA'OOTTON'  ' Registrar of Joint Companies.  Tho objects for which the Company has been  established aro those sot out iii tho Certificate of  Registration granted to tiro Company on tho 1st  February, 1899. and which appears in tho British  Columbia, Gazette ou tho IStli February, 1897J*pfl  _iS��l t*r*^e��W*.;-t^-*-*��j^^ytf.;v^r^ii: (,*��� fc *_�� **.*���**' ���-V-T *t i>>  "��^i_^y^r^xkr:_ *y;yrr��JjK&��^8te*t ^aww^aaaa^  f ffi .SELSOtf' 'rSlfeUKfl, BAWSIUY" MOKf lift AMiJffl if, I90I  ������������-ayy ������*���* "rn^iT'-.T -rr^r&ra.a^v'Vig-'.'r^-f  C^-fcCl^iTCV^V^  WE HAVE JUST F;ECF.IVED  s of  Furniture  CONSISTING OF  IRON BEDS  RATTAN  GOODS  I --^'7'  IP0/ZZ.7:  Mf.<7pyi:  UPHOLSTERED  wm.  J'SfeSSSSii  i^J-'i'SijiVV'  Jj^r._��77  GOODS  TABLES  ���; '".'  '. i  CHAIRS  !**^-  DESKS  MATTRESSES  BRASS BEDS  IRON BEDS  CHILDREN'S COTS  FOLDING BEDS.  BABY CARRIAGES  GO CARTS  HIGH  CHAIRS    ,  CRADLES  ARM CHAIRS  RECEPTION CHAIRS x  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  -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,  HaU  Racks,  Etc.  J  SOAPS  SOAPS  TOILET   SOAPS  We have just opened up an assortment of Fine Toilet Soaps of  American, French and English manufacture, ranging in price from 10  cents a cake up.   Any and all are exceptionally good value.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK  NELSON,  B. C.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO,  Importers and Dealers ln Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  m  >m  MORRISON & CALDWELL  PROVISIONS  AND  PRODUCE.  OUR LEADERS���   '  The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter  In all sized packages and 1-pound bricks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices  Bakep Street,  Nelson. B. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  m  m  *  M  * * ****** * * * * * * * * * *  * Paid  Locals.   TWO   CENTS   a   *  * word each insertion. No local ac-   *  * cepted for less than 25 cents.       *  * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * *  CITY AND DISTRICT.  Price   McDonald    of   Maccaroni   basin.  White Grouse  Mountain district,  is likely  to be appointed a J. P.  .   .  ��  "Tomorrow   at   Emmanuel   church   Hev.  Wiliiam Munroe will preach in the evening,  on- "Christian Science. Tne choir will render special music.  *V .  .  .  The work on the new postoffice building-  Is .'practically at a standstill awaiting the  arrival of the marble from the Mansfield  cjuarry near Kaslo. The lirst consignment  of the marble is expected to be on hand  early next week.  *   *   *  William "Warren, who was employed in  Die local brickyard met with a painful accident yesterday through the caving in of  il clay bank which broke several of his  ribe. Warren was taken to the Kootenay  lake hospital, where his injuries were attended to by Dr. McLellan.  _  CORNER BAKER AND KOOTENAY STREETS.  * * *  "The Wrong of War," is the. subject  whicli will be discussed at tlie Socialistic  Educational Club, on Sunday afternoon,  in the Miner's Union hall. The meeting will  commence at half past "J o'clock sharp,  and will be addressed by George Uroadley.  A free discussion will follow.  * *   *  Charles Clayton and Robert Robertson  havo taken a contract for the erection of  a cottage on the iron property near* Kitchener, whicli was purchased on Thursday  by William Blakemore. The cottage will  bo' occupied by Mr. .Blakemore, who will  have charge of the development work  mapped out by the new owners.  * ��   *  -  With a view to preventing the occurrence  pf llrse throughout the mining districts,  John A. Turner, government agent, has  caused notices to issue calling attention to  the Bush Fires Act, by which it.Is made  ���ftll offepse for anyone to start a lire anywhere anil leaving the same without seeing that the lire Is thoroughly extinguished. The minimum penalty for Infractions of this act is a fine of $50, one half  of which goes to the informer.-  .*   *   *  E, T. H. Simpkins. district registrar, is  asking for. tenders l'or the purchase of  tlie property of the .Granite Mines, Limited, to satisfy a judgment of the Duncan Mines, Limited, for the sum of $130,-  ���199.1S, together with interest thereon from  April 20th at 5 per cent and costs of sale.  The sale Is subject to a prior charge In  favor of the Bank of Montreal of $10,018.S1,  and will be by sealed tenders whicli will  *>e receivable up till noon on tho 31st instant.  * *   *  The services at the Methodist church tomorrow will be of special interest. A. C.  Crews of Toronto, general secretary of  the Epworth League for the Dominion,  who is returning from the great international convention at San Francisco will  preach morning and evening. At the close  of the regular services in the evening Mr.  Crews will address a young people's rally  in the opera house. The meeting will be  held under the auspices of the local Young  People's  I'r.ion.  * *   *  A meeting of the creditors, of. the Chapleau Mining Company was held yesterday  in the oflice of Macdonald & Johnson,  when R. S. Lennie on,behalf of the Chapleau company asked .for an extension of  another thirty days upon condition of the  payment of $3000.'.upon, account. This will  leave a balance of something like SSOOO, and  the request of the company's solicitor was  unanimously agreed lb.' The creditors are  now in a.'very good-position, as or? the balance of $S000 which "remains they have  something approaching to a security for  about half of the amount by reason of an  assignment from the company of the government's rebate on the construction of  the Chapleau wagon road. The only-thing  which, stands between- the creditors, and  the amount coming from this source is a  difference over accounts between the Chapleau company and ;C. Halifax Hall, the engineer employed in the building of the  ���road,.and there are said to be good chances  of effecting the' desired settlement.  *   *   ��� . '���'  N. F. McNaught of, Silverton and J. F.  McNaught of Spokane, are in Nelson in  connection with the litigation which has  cropped up over the Humpton group in the  Slocan. Some time ago the sheriff seized'  the inlerest of J. A.. MacKinnon in this  group to satisfy a judgment, but_a_fter_tlie.  Tleizufe'MTicKinnon allowed his interest to  '.lapse. Kor this reason'; the co-owner Mc-  "Naught claimed the interest by reversion  under the terms of the'mineral act. To  settle the question as to title to the MacKinnon interest between McNaught and  the judgment creditor's the sheriff has entered an interpleader which will come before judge Forin on Monday. .It Is an interesting point of law and the decision of  the court will bo awaited with interest.  ��� * ��  M. S. Logan of Rossland has returned  home after having settled up the monthly  accounts in connection with tho Juno development. Work upon the long crosscut  tunnel which the owners of the Juno are  driving to tholr ledge has been suspended  for the present by reason of the fact that  "Bob" Nlson, who had the contract for the  work has thrown "up the' contract. The tunnel is now In lliO feet aiid'lt is expected that  another 150 or 200 feet should cut the ledge,  the remaining distance being determined  in a measure by tho manner in which the  ledge Is standing, as it is dipping towards  the work. It Is understood that for the  past few weeks Nelson has been in very  hard rock, whicli it is said is1 his reason  for throwing up the work. The company  will let a new contract and expect to reach  the ledge in two months.  Mining Records,  Two locations were recorded at the Nelson record oflice yesterday. Touchstone, at  the head of Champion creek, adjoining the  Princess, by David McKirdw Dandy, about  four and a half miles* from Erie on the  southwest side of the north fork of Salmon river, by Duncan Dewar, Martha Collins,   John  Broen  and  William  Flannigan.  Two bills of sale were recorded. In tho  one Andrew G. Hollander transferred to  John Holm a half interest in the Beaver  minoral claim, on Sandy creek, about five  miles from Kootenay river. In the second  John Holm transferred to Andrew G. Mel-  lander a half Interest, irr tlie Vega, Balloon  Fractional and Gold Central Fractional on  Sandy creek. _  Certificates of work were issued to Martha Collins et al, on the Standard, Fissure and Monitor; Chris Creamer, on the  Red "Seal; John Holm, on the Vega and  Balloo.i Fractional; A. G. Mellandcr, on  tho Beaver and Gold Central  Fractional;  TELEPHONE 27  HI.    B1TBBS   Sc   OO.  PAINTS, OILS AND GLASS.  GARDEN  TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS  POULTRY NETTING  Store, Cornor Baker and Josephine  RUBBER AND COTTON HOSE.  Sole   Agents   for   Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  JSTZEZLiSOIN"  STORES   AT  SI_A.SJLO  S-A-ZEsTDOIISr  C. C. Ladd, on the Clarendon; Emma A.  Rand, on the Red Seal; J. J. Fluotot, on  the M.VS.; and H. B. Thomson, on the  Sylvia.  PERSONALS.  P.  C.  Van  llouten  of  Seattle is at  the  Hume.  ����������������'  Fred C.  Niven of Whitewater is at the  Hume.  . ���   *   .  E. Ballinger of Peterboro, B. C, is at the  Madden.  * ��   ��  Oscar. V. White, managor of the Slocan  Star mine, is at the Phair.  ��   .-��� *  p.  W.  Dey and J.  Berkman of Phoonlx  aro stopping at the Queen's.     o  * *   *  R. B. Sheridan of York, England, and R.  N. Bailey of' Slocan are registered at the  Tromont.  H. J. Cambie, chief engineer of the Pacific division of the Canadian Pacific, is  at the Phair. ���   ,  . ���"��� ���   *  Charles TE. Hope, of the Emily Edith  mine, J. McMillan and J.-Carroll of Vancouver are at the Phair.  V      *      �� t:  J. Frank Collom of tho Speculator mine  and W. S. Scott of the Queen Bess mine  are among the mining men registered at  the Phair.  LOCALS.  Nelson Hotel Bar. On today. "Dry Summer Punch." Don't.forget tomorrow. Champagne and Burgundy Cup. Try it.  ��   *   ���  Is a tonic and food as well as a beverage.  Ironbrew.  J. Roderick .Robertson Not Interested  It was stated in The Tribune yesterday  that J. Roderick Robertson, among others,  was interested in the Kitchener iron mines  deal. This is a misstatement so far as Mr.  Robertson; personally, is concerned. The  London & British Columbia Goldfields,  Limited, of which Mr. Robertson is general  manager, was interested in one or- two of  tho claims.  Fire atrBelt.  HELENA, Mont ..August IC���Before the  flames could bo gotten under control seven  buildings in the business portion of .Belt,  a large coal mining camp in Cascade county, were destroyed by lire this morning,  entailing a loss estimated at $50,000, with  a nominal insurance.. Miss Lena llcncl-  rickson, in whose millinery store the lire  originated, narrowly escaped with her life.  Among the firms burned out were: Sach  Bros.' Troy Laundry, George Edmundson,  John Magnussen and the Edmonds building. The cause of the fire was unknown.  NOW WHILE TNE WEATHER IS HOT THE BUSY HOUSEWIFE SHOULD USE  Canned Fruits and Fish. They are as good as  the best home-made preserves. Have a tin  on your next order.  Wm.   Hunter   &  Go  Baker Street, Nelson.  SELLS & GRAY'S  UNITED SHOWS  WILL   EXHIBIT  ONE   D/\Y  ONLY   AFTER.K00H   AND  EVENING   AT  Nelson, Monday August 19  : Senator Foraker wants secretary Long  to kick historian Maclay out of the  navy department. It would doubtless  be a popular way of adding a footnote  to history.  Does not contain any harmful ingredients. Ironbrew.  ~~ NOTIOE. *  In the supreme court of Uritish Columbia.���  Between   the   Duncan   Mines,   Limited,  plaintiffs,   judgment  creditors,   and   the  Granite  Gold  Mines,   Limited,   defendants, judgment debtors.  Notice is hereby given  that pursuant to  an order of court made herein the 5th day  of August, 19U1, under and by virtuo of the  "Judgment Act," IS!)U, and amending acts,  sealed   tenders   for   the   purchase   of   lots  numbered ���isriii, ���.'551,  avill,  uss,  (KM, !��i:w.  iui,  m, -2rm, ���.r>r>7> *.'55s, ���,r>r>u, and '2-207, group .1,  Kootenay district, British Columbia, anil  known as the "Granite,"��� "lied Rock Fraction," "While .Swan," "Royal Canadian,"  "Colorado," "Roy No. '2," "Poorman,"  "Hardsernbble," "White," "Myomcr,"  "lilectlon" mineral claims and "millsltc"  on the ofllclal plan or survey of the said  Ivoutcnay district respectively; and also  a water* right dated lath September, 1S97,  of sixty Inches of water from Sandy creek.  West Kootenay district, Uritish Columbia;  and also a water right dated 25th June,  ISM, re-recorded up to the 21st day of November, 1!>'J2, of two hundred and fifty inches of water from Juaglo creek, West  Kootenay district, aforesaid; and also a  water right dated the 10th of July, lSDu,  of two hundred and fifty inches of water  from Sandy creek aforesaid, being the property of the above named judgment debtors, will be received by me at my oiilce at  the court house, Nelson, British Columbia,  up to and until the 31st day of August, 1901,  at 12 o'clock noon, to satisfy the judgment  obtained in this action by the above named  plaintiff'!*, judgment crcuitors, against the  above named defendants, judgment debtors, on the 20th clay of April, '181)1, for the  sum of $W0,')I)').1S, together with the interest  thereon from the said 20th day of April,  1001, at 5 per cent per annum; and also  together with the costs of sale, and all  other costs incidental thereto, incurred  subsequent to said date.  Any sale made in pursuance of the above  notice will be subject to a prior charge in  favor of the Bank or Montreal for $10,-  OlS.S'l and interest thereon at the rate of 5  per cent per annum from the said 20th day  of .April, 1001.  E. T.-H. SIMPKINS, District Registrar.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 16th day of  August, 1901.  TIMBEB LEASE NOTIOE.      ~  Notice is hereby given that in thirty  days we intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works for permission to cut and carry away timber off tho  below described lands situated on Lock-  hart creek, one mile anu one eighth east  from Kootenay lake, commencing at a post  marked northwest corner, running cast  120 chains, thence north 10 chains, thence  cast 120 chains, thence south 40 chains,  therce west 120 chains, thence south io  chains, thence wost 120 chains, thenco north  ���10 chains to place of commencement.  NELSCN SAW  & PLANING MILLS, Ltd.  Nelson, B. C, August 10th, 11)01..  Startling   />cts  and   Features.  Attractions  Unparalleled  MAGNIFICENT  STREET PARADE  REAO WHAT THE  PAPERS 8M OF US  THE  Savannah News, April 7, 1901.���"Tlio  -performance  of  Sells  &  Gray's  Shows  was  excellent  and  every  act  Interost-  ���inil."  Montgomery Advorllsor, April, 11)01.  ���" Sells Ss Gray's performances were  attended by large crowds ; overybbody  dcli-rhted."  Birmingham Age-Herald, April 23.���  "Great crowds enjoyed. Sells. Ss  Gray's two performances yesterday.  The tents were packed .and! everybody  was pleased.  MARVELOUS  Eddys  Premier Acrobats  Of the  world,  who receive the  Large st,,.Salary  ''/'"���.:  paid    to    any  performers.  L  PROPRIETORS  EAST KOOTENAY'S FIRST  ANNUAL MINERAL,  AGRICULTURAL AND  INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION  THREE DI\YS  OF   INSTRUCTION,   INTEREST AND  ENJOYMEJ-JT.  CRAMBROOK, B. C, SEPTEMBER. 25 to 27, 1901, program ever seen in the country.-See, posters and circulars for further  particulars. Mineral exhibit, bucking contests, ' agricultural exhibit, horse races.  Specially low return railway rates from  all points.  A. "VV. McVITTIE, Secretary.  FISHING TACKLE  vra havk; the bhst flies and the  BSS;C LEADERS MADE.  Mian m*a. silver and gold and Phantoms  Silk  Lines  Landing Nets  And a **plen-lid lino of all flbhlDg requisites.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  .-W.-Cr Block..      Corner 'Word and Baker St  fl  I  Vii  H  -m  I  i  i


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