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 H  NELSON HELPED KASLO OUT ON  THE   QUEENS   BIRTHDAY.  The celebration at Kaslo passed off  very pleasantly. The committee in  charge of the affair were disappointed  early in the day to learn that Sandon  had decided to go to Silverton, in preference to Kaslo, but this was more than  olf-set when the Nelson excursionists  more than 350 strong lilcd oil' the steamer Moyie. The points along the Kaslo  and Slocan road, between Sandon and  Kaslo, also sent in a goodly number of  representatives, and these with the Bonner's Ferry, Kuskonook and Creston  people, who came in on the steamer Alberta, rounded out the crowd of holiday  makers to 2500.  ���The excursion from Nelsoii had several  attractive features. Iii the first place  the finest steamer on Kootenay lake was  commissioned for the, trip, and with a  ��� 'view to the fitness of things the steamboat company had its best officers on its  best ship. For another thing the excursion was strong on babies. Tliere were  babies of all kinds and sizes, and whenever the steamer whistled an answering  salute to the loyal greetings from points  of call each kid set up a yell of its own,  which was enjoyed by all save the  mothers, who had been boasting previously of the good behavior of their hereinbefore mentioned kids. Seeking to turn  the presence of so many good-looking  babies to account, alderman Hi 1 Iyer  made all arrangements for the holding of  a show, but his object was defeated by  the deflection of purser Moore, who was  the unanimous choice of the ladies as  judge of the show. When Moore refused  to act there was not a competent man  who would consent to discharge the obligations of the ollice, so each mother  was allowed to remain content in her  own mind that had the show been held  her own cherub would have carried off  the honors. This put them all in excellent humor and the occupants of the  ladies' saloon Avere ou the best of terms  throughout the trip as a result.  When the excursionists arrived at  Kaslo they were Aveleomed by a salute of  dynamite which was second only to the  welcoming salute received at Ainsworth.0  The Kaslo brass band Avas also at the  wharf,-- with seA'eral hundred Kasloites,  and Avlien the band ofthe Nelson Salvation Army had run through the intricacies of "We Avou't go home till morning," the, local .band  pulled out the stop  FRIDAY MORNING, MAY 2(1,  ISflO.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, _2.  tirou;  a good attraction.    The play  was  sharp  but neither side scored, and   the  tie was  not played off owing to the lack of time.  It was   when  the baseball   game was  called,   between    Bonner's   Ferry    and  Nelson, that "Jim"   McDonald   recovered  from   the  defeat  of   the  hose team, and  took a fresh interest  in   the  celebration.  The ball team he considered his strongest  combination.    It Avas not until   play was  called that the personnel   of   the  Nelson  team   was   known.     It   was  made up.ass  follows:    Eacritt 3b, Emerson  ss,  Rockenfieid p, Coverley c, Moore lb, Smith 2b,  Hawkins rf, Blackburn If, and  Votau  cf.  Tliey were sent in to bat  and   rolled  up  eight   runs   iu  four   hits and five errors.  Eacritt came first and Avas presented Avith  a base   on  an error  at  short.    Emerson,  who folloAved Avent out at first.    Rocken-  field the now pitcher then put in a home  hit and the score Avas started.    Coverley  folloAA*ed with a three-base hit and scored  on Moore's hit to  short, whieh Avas fumbled.    Smith struck out.    HaAvkins gaA'e  the man at second bag a chance to   make  an error, wliich  he accepted  and Moore  scored.      Blackburn    and   Votau   made  short hits whieh Avere   not  handled   and  Hawkins scored.    Eacritt made a  hit on  his second turnout at the bat and Blackburn scored.    Emerson then  got  a  long  hit and Votau  and  Eacritt  crossed  the  plate.    Rockenfieid  then  struck out and  retired the side Avith eight runs.  There AA'as not a hit made in the  second inning, but Blackburn opened the  third Avith a tA\'o-base hit. Votau struck  out. Eacritt got first on an error, and  Blackburn aud he scored on a clean hit  by Emerson. Rockenfieid then made a  long hit to left held aud Emerson and  he scored on a three-base hit by CoA'erley.  Moore made a hit and scored CoA'erley.  Smith struck out and Moore came home  on the fumble of HaAvkins infield hit.  Blackburn retired the side striking out.  The next three innings produced two  hits by Moore and HaAvkins, but no men  crossed the plate. In the seventh inning  Rockenfieid struck out. Coverley Avas  hit by Wilson.and sent  to  first.    Moore  , fsenJ*apqp fjy ���tp������ the. ju field-whfc'h.,was  ��.nol%ifthW  \      YV      ",.     bfa���       "n^.        J.rP- (jLi   "Isidl..**  ���Jffitf.-"!!'-'   n_t 7l_ina_r'Wo__1r,o'   o      DnD     u ���,   d. .  "OH* _"���   ���_ _,���.*__  J^r.Yhd;t-aij$^  ,_eAtC~tbg';?fe  ��    -_'   --   . *���..  1���       ^;.     ."  ��    "       Y���.^.C^l"*1,   -**   j/c.-n"--..!!'*,     ��S   ���>,<      n"?     *5,**    i^".    ^n   ZJ&L ^-"d _a .  . ,, Iva-i.m^hi^^'WdjlSmaiSihfiQut mail _o  a_4ij0;Miel���!|i*e^  *.���? Ji^'th^j VQi-t>i.ojS,J.^tl'-i<_| *rf- imj.|pA,J\ip#s,=l4ft��ilc*   'pf  y^hdie}yaiishi.pd^Mi& "|*_-i. rsion hacj been  1 :S^_^intpl|4qiph^ #f3f*& Nelson" bill].  YMeli-iy^. iY& ^ .".-.I  " -] "Thelh fit" s#orSftgiWen"i i-till edloff after  _ *fehe; l^plscifi.dxfe��rSi(ii\istfe��*avpjl��a.l: Avas the  ;w:eiJtJe.si���bMweti1* *$. Jh�� r-pr^sentiii g the  l^asi^njS.'^elkW -fii. e departm-iite. The  yi'sllors'^VCre. s^Ut ijilifst to Tower the re-  Cord, estaiblikhqci by^r^loeal aiveii.   Their  ^tlsmTTsbWiBte?Byf yf;uWSSkiil\y3kl^RixeT  Rob Slijel, Thomas Tillies DaViSj Event-,  Woodrow*. Foofje, Hippersvou aiid Good.  They Very carefully umvofintl the Jiose  from the reel, rewound ifc, returned to  the scratch, ahd started. Down the  street they came oil the jump. The huu-  difed "yai'os were covered, in good time,  tlie hydrant nion ii. ade a close connee-  t*inn_.b\it kftjpr -his the prize gradually  floated out of rea^lt. Tlie ttuconiJiiug of  thojipsc for ..tlio plAy pipe Ava.s skhvv The  felaou people Avaited in such silence that  tliey could hear their watches tide off  tlie seconds, yet the hogO remained iin-  coUphid. Filially tli-0 trick was done, but  the liydrunt nieii Avere tired of waiting  and tliey sent the Wt_t��r through the hose  so that tlie play pipe could not be put ou,  and the Nelson boys fell back defeated.  J. O. Patenahde, "Who took the time for  the performance, said Chat the AVater  came at 29| seconds, but as the play pipe  AA'as not on the time did not cut much  figure.  This gave the lvaslo boys a sure thing  on the first money as they could "win in a  walk, provided they made the necessary  couplings. ���' They did not do this, Iioav-  ever, but gave a good exhibition of running. The team Avas composed of D.  Connelly, D. B. McDonald, Samuel  Hunter, D. P. Kane, B. Dill, A. H. Esch,  H. Seoley, A. Morris, Charles Kane, O. A  Strathern, E. King and captain McLennan. They covered the 100 yards in  thirteen seconds, Avere ready for the  water in 29 3-5, and received it in about  thirty-five seconds.  FoIloAving the Avet-test came the ball  game, betAveen the budding ball tossers  of Kaslo and those of Nelson. The boys  from Nelsou had an advantage in point  of size, and Avon the game with a score of  16 to 11.  The game of association football between the Kaslo and Trail teams, proved  '4iOlne>.'Qii!:;,aj;^A\'P|ba'*5f:."^  wlio" Ji^i|^_i/ik^^  Nelson,     captain    McDougall     was   disappointed..  The winners in the Caledonian sports  were:  Boys' race, 15 years and o\-er: Fred  Spiers, Scott Wiley.  Boys' race, under 15 years: Gussie  Hartin, David Hartin.  One hundred yards open: A. J. Dill,  A. Escho.  Two hundred yards open: A. Esche,  A.-J. Dill.  Running broad jump: .i. Brown, McGuigan, A. 3. Dill.  Running h p-step-and-jump: 3. BroAvn,  McGuigan, A. J. Dill.  Running high jump:  tain McLellau.  Standing high jump:  Garland.  Vaulting  with  pole:  Carney.  Putting the shot:     C  don; captain McLellau.  Tossing the caber: D. B. McLean, 38  feet 0 inches; captain McLellau, 35 feet  7 inches.  Half-mile foot race: A. J. Dill, H. S.  Whellams. ,.,  When the Moyie pulled out of Kaslo at  seven o'clock iu the evening the excursionists Avere given a hearty send off by  mayor Hartin, James Anderson, W. E.  Hodder and F. E. King, the celebration  committee's officers of the day, and the  Moyie then proceeded leisurely to Nelson,  arriving at her destination about 4:30 in  the morning.      7  PEOPLE OF THE TOWN OF YMIR  ENJOY   THEMSELVES.  RIVAL TOWKS ON SLOGAN LAKE  DRAW   GOOD   CROWDS.  A. J. Dill, cap-  A. J. Dill, Ed.  A.  J.  Dill,  H.  A. McLeod, San-  The eightieth anniversary of the  natal day of her Britannic majesty  opened Avith veritable queen's Aveather.  There Avere numbers of visitors from  Nelson, Rossland, Salmo, Erie and  other points along the line, and Ymir  wa,s arrayed in her best holiday attire.  The principal business houses were decorated Avith flags and bimting, that of the  Cosmopolitan being considered the best.  ^crkpev  '- "th$heylixf't jfiihi-iigsY'lilli.^^^  'lqii-g;' 4\iy'f't^'"^h^i'* AvliiMV" Was! ��ie"-iii,ecl  By -t-a.kel.��� Ea*cj��rit*t iy|h^7tb first ^hbg-  ing hit,by k:pitched ball?;"Eiflerspif went  scorectbh a".)vO-ba$e.hit"by "TipekSianbjH.-��  CoA^fei'ley flpien? nulde a hit - and seordd",  Re'ek0?nffel%7bu*f AAri-s rimV_oi*8�� Ah fddlihgj  betAVBen .thliid.basjeand ilOln.fe."  I.i all? fchey niade seyeute^n hits, whieli.  "\\ith thirteen eifiu!Si's on the* part" of the  Honnei'!s Feriry team and fiA'e _)_'e_ eintar  tions; of bases by Wilson, they converted  iiito-tAve^ty-aa-iis.^.  :tlu-MhSlI_i*tw^^  !iiiife 2PW ^%M|^?^-pi|^platfo|mJ  ;/bl# foi;]_nn^|fei^'^^'ftn"^ I^^ie^Viincl lehiK  !��"di*-<3nJ,:'gi%,seiit:��?tfi"^^^^^^ id^'uiv]  ^\n"c__".tl'^e; ;A;^��itei.^woul^V7n^tf*^ h.eei^,l  YwVifcbig^tliis. v^QiftfS^ ibhe ���Ih%!ns7prq^eed'^.  7i.n'gj>"7w"; "sy ";{_r" v;/(���"��� ���": ��� (\ �� 2y,:-�� "i-"��." "-��� "i-  ' ��� <,:fob��7y_irds..rSceV_bd^"��ii1fid^,r_.?i-^tFtw^  ^Q^fa^X-^^ii^'^^p^ '       "  "   ISO-yards rsiicGj-boyg" iindel'S^-A. Clark  ��� 1, Paye"Jlije.0fe .2.. n     .-,";"  ' ��� ItiO'yt��i,^_!_^tef6iVg.M��^f^b.eT ��i:_ainei'  1, Birdie Slirhui %      -  .    Special girts ^tvcej^Bllibel  MeLedd 1, .  Je^iiVClark 2.�� ��� .-'=     "��/_....  iObyardsinek'srixce>���G- N. Anclersoii 1,,  A. jViaiiniixg 2.  Runiiiug broad juinp���G,. N. AndevsOn  1, P.  3.  Gfleazer   2,   Sixteen   feet four  inches was the Avinuing;jnmp.  Pi'ospectors'  rtibe���Ben Foote j,, j. I_. :  TheVBonner's Ferry ni en were unable  to find R.ocken"field to any extent until  the seventh innings. They scored one  run iii tlie first dn an error at short, A  base on balls to Cook, and Slarkel's going  to first on being hit by Rockenfieid.  KnoAvIton arid Bi'itdeu tlie two hist men  at bat stru_k out. In the seeoiid liming  Wilson, Braden and Lake -{"ruck out one  aftOr another. In the third Shoufller  started badly by ..ti'iking out. MeDon-  ald iiiade a hit and Cook was given first  on balls a secdnd time. Then Markel and  Kiiowltdi! sti'ivck out. In the next tliree  innings eight men stvrtck out and but 0110  hit Avas made.  In the seventh Luke got his. base 01.  bulls and Shonlffer Scored him on a.three-  base hit. McDonald then struck out and  Cook scored ShdtffTler on another three-  base-hit. In the last two innings three  of the Bonner's Ferry men sti'iick out  and the others died at first.  So far as the Nelson team's play Avent  the bulk of it fell to Rockenfieid and Ooa**-  erly. Of the twenty-SeA'eu men retired,  Rockenfieid had tAventy-one of them  placed to his credit, and but thirteen of  the thirty-seven men at bat reached first.  The Bonner's Ferry man pitched a good  game but he received wretched, support.  He struck out tAvehre men but the errors  came in costly places and shut out any  chance of success.   The score by innings  AA'as:  RHK  Nolson 8   0   G   0   0   0   0.3   3-20 14   4  Bonner- Ferry 1   0   0   0   0  0   2   0   0-3  4 11  The yacht race betAveen the tAvo local  sloops was avou by Johnson & Burdict's  boat. It Avas sailed in a good breeze and  captain McLellan's boat was outclassed.  One of the most interested spectators of  the race AA'as captain McDongall,Avho had  counted upon entering his new sloop, but  as the craft is just receiving the finishing  touches at the hands of George Hale at  The   queen's    birthday   excursion    to  NeA\'   Denver    and     Sih'orton    avus    a  success.     The    Canadian    Pacilic    train  left      the      Nelson     depot     promptly  at   7   o'clock,   haA'ing   on    board    over  two    hundred    excursionists,    including  the\    hose    cart    team,     baseball    and  lacrosse teams.     Many of the passengers  had never been OA'er the route in daylight  and were enthusiastic in their admiration  of the scenery along the Kootenay and  Slocan rivers.    Slocan City aa'iis reached  at 11 o'clock, but OAving to tlie delay in  the arriA'al  of the  steainer  Slocan,  the  excursionists   Avere forced  to  spend  an  hour in Avhat is acknowledged  to be the  prettiest toAvnsite iii the Kootenays. During  the   delay . the   excursionists   Avere  entertained  with  music  by  the  Slocan  City band.    Delegations  from Silverton  and Ncav Denver had come down  on the  early boat to meet the excursionists  to  induce as many as possible to spend the  day in their respective toAvns.     No incidents of note occurred until Sifvertou  Avas reached, Avhen a number of pleasure  seekers left the boat to Avitness the horse  races and drilling contests  Avhieh were  Silyerton's chief attractions for the day.  The   larger   number  Avent   on   to NeAV  DeiiA'er to see the hose reel race between  the Nelson  aud Rossland  fire brigades  and the baseball match betAveen the Nelson and Sandon teams.    On the wharf at  Silverton a large arch of eA'ergreeus had  been erected Avith the Avords "Welcome"  and   "Come   Agahi"    printed   iii   large  letters.    The main street of the toAviiand  the principal business houses were gaily  decorated iu honor of the visitors.    The  excursion of the Sandon  Miners'  Union  had arrived at 10 o'clock bringing about  tAvo hundred and fifty people, and badges  bearing the inscription "Sandon Miners'  Union No. 125" Yvere very much in evidence duriug the day.  The first event on the programme  Avas  a.football match,  Sirverton  a's.  Sandon,  .-which .was!Avoii:.by the forjiioju^teiuiihy, a,  ;s_or���e?ofY��i gO'vlSitQ;^  Yra��i*;i ��"���*"?�� "u7����"*.Wi"'"-'B ,��Y"! ss ��jM. ,..<%y "Y-.-sui���*.yf^-'fl  i!Ual.edqniai_;Sports:DAveive^ty;rteds,W'i;th tlxp:  -. MioA#i*S^i^ifl-^>.Y!^"C7^;?^ .^-(%yy  W'��"  ."������j..j,.��.��C     ,".:.���"..   ._,.-1.'  *;*...;��":.     -"' ",_.(Jj-7   =��n_JlJ_._.f'*l  ^*hi _h"e^ ���"___ 3'-n "McLeod 'jfjfef ejSt ,(ji"&n:eh. sVS&Y  i:M.wl-el-,"|_'f^KiSh-^  ing��- the*��������� shot^G/iSYftMcLei-dr74;1"  won by a Kossland pony called 55, Grant  Thorburn's Itoney taking second place  and Little Buck third.  At 0 o'clock the steamer Slocan whistled lor the Sandon excursionists to get  on board for the return trip, but owing  to the heavy windstorm the boat did not  pull out for half an hour. At 7.30 the  steanier returned from New Denver Avitli  the Nelson excursionists and the return  trip Avas started. Slocan City was  reached at 0 o'clock and tliere was a  great rush to secure seats in the train. It  may be news to the passengers on the  train, but several times on the trip tliere  Avere rather close calls from accidents.  During the windstorm in the afternoon a  number of trees Avere blown across the  track and engineer McNabb had to exercise especial vigilance to avoid running  into them. Passengers avIio were enjoying a rjuiet nap on the traiu Avere  aAvakcned at intervals by the sound of  A\'ood chopping, and on examining the  cause found'that men were engaged cutting an obstruction off the track. Nelson AA'as reached at 12.30vand the Aveary  excursionists started at once for home  and bed.  The Silverton reception committee,  consisting of William Hunter, R. O.  Mathcson, Grant Thorburn, A. Cross and  James Bowes did eA'erything possible to  proA'ide a pleasant day for their Sandon  and Nelson guests.  ��� The queen's birthday celebration at  Ncav DeiiA'er Avas a successful function,  though marred toA\'ards the end by a  heavy Avind and rain storm. The day itself Avas most favorable for the carrying  out of the eA'ents on the programme and  Avas safely passed through Avithout detracting incident. There Avas a large  croAvd of spectators iu. attendance, coming from the A'arious toAvns and camps in  the district. . Those coming from Rossland and Nelson Avere met at Slocan City  by the reception committee nnd the  band, their arrival at Ncav DeiiA'er being  announced by the firing of a royal salute.  A procession Avas formed and, headed  by the ^LeW   PeuA'er band "in..ad vaiice Of  training, and Avere clearly outmatched,  Nelson Avinuing by a score of 14 to 3, the  Sandons playing soA-en innings and the  Nelsons six.  FoIloAving this came the lacrosse game,  Nelson vs. New DeiiA'er, the prize going  to the county town, as in* fact eA'erything  else. The rain interfered with this game,  much to the disappointment of the spectators. Notwithstanding that the score  Avas 4 to 0 for the winners, yet the play  throughout Avas . enlivened by many  pretty combinations. Nelson has in its  team the making of British Columbia  champions, and it was a pleasure to  watch their stick work. DeiiA'er put up  a plucky game, showing that they could  play a losing game pluckily.  The scheduled football match did not  materialize, owing to the storm. NeAV  Denver Avas in readiness for all comers  and they Avould have put up a Avinuing  game. The Nelson team did hot turn up  as expected, but the Sandon boys graciously consented to take their place.  After supper several teams entered for  ���a drilling contest, for a prize of $75, and  the contest was one of the best of the0  day. It Avas avou by "Anson" and McDonald of Ten-mile, who drilled 27��  inches iii hard rock. Second money avus  taken.by Murphy and Johnson, AA'ith 22  inches.  The day's celebration Avas brought to a  close by a grand ball under the auspices  of the New DeiiA'er brass band.  NELSON HAD MUCH FUN BUT DID  NOT   CELEBRATE.  Woods 2."  C. R: Anderson 1,  J.  Gleazcr  1,  K.  Hop-step^an d-j iimp  G. Spiiinie 2.  Htirdle raee^P- hurdles��� P  1, H. II. T. Pym 2.  Special boys'  race���J. Cream er  Keefe 2_  Riiuiiing horse race AVas aa'OU by Pete  the Packer's Billys and the slow race Avas  Carried off by Klavena's Cap.  During the first race Ed McDaiiiel's  Buckskin bojted up Fir street and tli rew  his owner olf. He sustained some ii.a_ty  bruises and Was unconscious, but is up  and about agiiin today.  In tlie drilling contest two shapes entered. J. Gill and Nels Nelstadt were  the first to coiumeiiee and 'drilled 17_  inches in fclie 15 minutes. Then Tom  Oddie aud G;��Welch canie in�� drilling 35|  inches in the>stated time.p The first team  afforded the crowd considerable amusement.  In the boys' drilling contest Fred  CreAve and Dick Keefe drilled 12i inches  in the quarter of an hour.  The baseball game, Ymir vs. Salmo,  resulted in fi.vor of the home team by 24  to 22.  The tug-of-Avar betAveen teams from  tlie Dundee and Ymir mines and the  toAVn was Carried off by the Dundee men.  A pyrotechnic display took place in  the evening, after which came the grand  ball giA'en by the miners' union iu tlieir  hall, at which at least 100 Avere present,  and did not break up until 3 a.m. Dr.  O'Sniythe's lecture upon the modern  adaptation, of the elixir of life did not  materialize.  : A. J. McMillan and: C. 6. Lalonde-of  Rossland, Avho are interested with.; Brit-'  ish capitalists in the recent incorporation  of the Black Cock, went up toinspect  the "mine this morning upon Avhieh two  competent engineers are making reports.  in61i'esV/G^B-"i^Eebds3L;fe<-���  :ffiYifeiV^q"*:' ^ - "��� �����".l s" yy;.v " 1=3fc '*::?��� V(" *'h"  *��Efy imliiig ,-a_B_J^_- -Qlif ai^-jfifiip^j!-^.*  ^."fst^ii Se^te��oiiid'#ieS H&\$"$R&00itf  W"fett"^in"e%eM,"'TyiMh\f^  hie%ep,T;;UA0hdk 3S"fpj00:lupii<p:,.      "���  Long jiihXp���.JC, SYGuijib*^ fS .feet 0 inehes,  T, NiclloM^ieet 1 InCh^^Met-eod 10  ifbet^'"in*el.e4 _������_.-..���  Tlie" 10'0-->Mds hnrcU'e. _'afie wils.avoii by  Gii-ty in, l:KYsecOiid�� 'Witili Wilson of  .Rdssliind _i :cfom 3i_��dndY  In th-220-yards,race. ���^uaty'eoA.eifedtihe  distance in 25 siecoiids, rljb_ nlTeiuferson70nf  Sldc.ln City being close 'tiifelVis h:eels; "%lc-  Leod of Sandon Won the pole yainliTing  Contesfc Avitli a record of S feet 4 in&hes,  ~R.T-^ficl,idTs=bei irg=Secoftd=with=S4-eet=3 ^  inches,  Tile niosb interesting eVenf; o.u, the pro'  grainine, especially .0 the miners, avjis the  drilling contest. In tbe .donble-hauded  coinpetition three teains AVerc entered' J  Michael Burns aud Williaih Ross of Itoss-  Ji( nd, 3- A. Morrison mid Eric Stevenson  of Bdssland, C. HanSOn and George iStc-  Doiu.ld of Sandon. The rock was a hard  l^jece of granite. The contestillits wel'e  loudly.applauded by their friends ill the  croAvds. Morrison and Stevenson drilled  firstj but only liianagud to \i\xb a hole to a  depth of -4 15-10 in?-Ives in the lifteen  niiniites���.allowed for tlie contest. Hanson  and McDonald followed, aiid when Jf. I),  Aslicrofb,, tiifiu-keuper and judge, pulled  up tlieguageshoAV'inga depth of 3(3 indies,  tlie Sandon boys wore ela.cd and bet  their money 7freely�� When, the two  heavy-Weights from Roswl.ltid .stripped  for work it Avas easy to be seen tliat they  Avere superior to eitlier of the other  teams in strength and1 skill iu handling  hammer and drill. Burns and Ross are  old opponents and drilled last year at  Nelsou iu opposing teams. This year,  however, they have decided to Avork together and form the strongest combination in the Kootenay. Their record yesterday was 38 inches. Some A'ery quick  exchanges of drills were made by all the  teams competing.  The single-handed drilling contest was  avou by M. Burns of Rossland Avith IS J,  inches. Oiaf Ring wood' of the Sloean  Star mine Avas second, with 1 (3.1 inches.  The horse races, tlie first held in the  Slocan, Avere Avell contested. Previous to  the date of entry it. was thought-.that!-  local, horses would win the race. .George;  Wentworth of Calgary (wolf known in  the west as." Oregon George ") .brought  in {i horse named -.Razor 'which won. the  quarter mile easily, with Claude Cregan's.  Rossland 'second. -The'1, pony   race   was  ���; away "'i'eeliU'g^thrti'fe vtlie#."had,lbeen; mer-* _  *'1^0j?it_4?^  One-sixtli of Nelson's total population  Avent to adjoining toAvns to help make  croAvds, another sixth-.went-fishing and  picnicing, another sixth Avent to sleep,  the fourth sixth"Yvere too young to go  outdoors, and the remaining tAA'o-sixths  either had a good time Avaiting for bulletins of the hub-and-hub race at NeAV  Deiu'er and tlie baseball game at lvaslo  or in Ava,tching groAvn and ungroAvu cliil-Y;  dren haA'e fuu on Baker street.  Fully _Avb hundred people Avituessed a  gam*e of ball betAA'een a side made up of  boys under tAvelve years and ai. side made;  up of youths OA'er twelve. Jakie Dover  was'-uiripire aiid Charlie AVaterman Avas  .mascot for both sides. The grounds, adf  joining the Queen's hotel on the east. ,  alloAved eA'ery player to be seen at ouceyY  None of the players made an  error,7bufc7  A   0^0,'-       0      IP.       \     Q  >Mfifi tnk owcf'iEA'jSl.ve _S  - Av-KiEfe t'Vpitcir_i5,��>  'XStprnmAeiuMd'"*,,..,.,  ;^tcDffligiW_lrst,ba-e,".Y', - ,   ._ ���WA4erIj;,l-.d0n_.��l_ii. &.'.;&���: s'.'.y. At,  !"������ WelJou|_a'll'i,��.M)i'i'd7biffiG. .^.VsV-tsK li  7" '-J_til|B-.0ii. Wj>li."���fieidr��7,. -Y_ia.>*..a  ". - ^-jidM-soi-i^ciJIc^'fl'-lii'.:'-*! ^* ��� "- "  �� _n6ge;��6(itcljcr."a y. *  -.   tJBflTnL��,LJ     nj     n���n,        Ji-      ���   ���<S��-_   _     ���    n1^.,!  illoysYi-iKl-tf.Twel'^t * f.��lf.->"f'i��" "-y yi  w"yoila;"?lf^!fe\C?���*-''���?^f.".I"Y.7'>Xt*������'!'>s^'.���",  - I^oint'_,^Jitel��_rr.^Vs..'_X.-.^v.^^;_"?��,>.Xi.;_,  i"Jl(i-(';ft.if,i'Hsli,iX.liir.lJjS.(l?rV.^^.7V.^  ������= ^MtteKifC^t^on-i-aiSh. ifcrt':;n���4f^r--*=r^.iA''^n-j  :������']iopKi'.iHr.fifl'rii:i3as6". ^yyyyj^.ly.^X,  JlobprW,*'puterfl^^vft..w;.-t^.^  3  %  o:  y'i*  "-.07  vl _  Ci  'H'uii-  .s_.s-f_.__  70**  :- 3>".  :<")>_  k :��� ���  n".y  y ��� 121=  ���2:��.,  t'97  the purse i^%^^^^^^^Y6di^,  ,p$fsy.  jtlozoii -more 'Of, 'tfe-big. _t-0ys_< pnll^d7iq%|i;f^  K0ri-es of foot a^|b,\l?T^y'^6 'luces' f&iV'tll^-Y  ii'fctle, boys and' gi'i'IsY" D"#l"fjhe,eA?eu"ts ^e]S^,"-  started  from ille -!6orj_er pi l^ixkar hpdy a  TJosepliiije streets, tlie - contestants going*  as   far west on   Baker  .street it.%  .hey8  thought fit. then turning and maiking its,,  Inpsk to the start&lg poiut,    Seversd  cji'm  thrj .t-aues Were wfell contested,, notably a  foot race and a bicycle racebe-AVeeniittle  tS'LrJs,, Bthel 3Jndley ���aytul, Myrtlte McLean  being the wnyiiei^   ��he little :boys Avho  Avon races were J^lbydtlftipkifiS, It, .Sfffrnfegi-  11.Whittet, II. Ct-hrhia,,Bennie I^irsoii-and  (.���'liy llobcrts. It was the only efelebi'aJ'i'O^  a4 wlticli all  who tool?: pivi'twon  prizes,  and had th<* lvanks bcei:i open, so as to1  Jf ii- ye allowed t��he treagtirer to get silver,  the celel)-ra,ti'ion Ay-o,nl,rj pT'nljtvbty not hyVO'  ended Until tlie bpud caiUe in ~r_m lvaslo.  cjpirimi_t^,^ui*f��lpi^'^  ." The'lirpt%i$pi of the'd-;i# .fe '��he 1i<^t"  raees u*_f_at^-rt-pvg' .Ijls �����1_>l1j_^\%s;^';.;/^-)^ J3j-5*s^j��ll J^"  r.in-fttei\r.,*l^' * sGibfe��" .'-atfet Y��AtflMwJ V2)V  Ha"i'riS^!vd;f Vfiggy '^ligfe 'iSC^l^i;, '-W,  '-i'ib'bsji.S^lii ��j\fcBo.iial;d.' ".^joXi'bfe.'-aiiQeV"  1, l^bJjS. ^itasePftvi'f*; % $mrhi,,audt $fcv  D&nald^vY | ^."��� y     .     .-���-.���      ���_    _...  Th-e nhb-anJ*Mi,b l\ose'eart ka��e was  ', the eveU|,_ln; wlpelv �� flip, gr���kte, rfli-mbei-*'  of the visifepiS Avei-C' interested;. The eon-  besta-nts Svpjsey. the 'two crack teams of  YIv<swteiiay.=^T)ie^lios.slaud=tcain^\vas=jdi_=  tJhe grdin^d. a da;y in advance ; the Nejlson  team- (triri^lng Avith, the e>:curs.i,oi)ists.  There AYaS some tini�� lost in arraliging  tlie preliininaries, captain OolJins (if tlie  RosSlantl, team niaiutaiiring tlta'ti the race  should be run Aviiiiout hose, eaptain  Steele of the Nelson, team holding out for  hose, TJie'Cliairuran of the ee\db.i;ati<m  committee finally decided, thilt .jis. J_0ss-  liind hud not brought any hose nlohg  tliat the race AVotild be, run With stripped  rcelf*s but that the wU'ts sMOiihl be  weighed in. TI'C Il;oss,hiii,(|_,ea>i't \veiglied  fifty pounds less tunn the JNV-lson caj't,  and a��60,-pound sack of flotu'WJlsstraivped,  <.n to make the weight even. Tlie teams  lined up at the starting point, and got  oil* even on the second atteilvp-. lioss-  Jand ran Allen aud Mel-ride iu the lead,  while Nelson had, .foe Tlujitijisoii ah me as  lead-er. Behind Alljui and MoBri.de* were  Wilson and Mcllinoyl. Ross and Atkins,  Devlin and -�����-. Behind'Thompson were  N'uiin and Lillie, Jeffs and Cliainbers,  Campbell and Houston,. JSach toaiu had  two "boosters" to help start. Tlie harness which tlie Nelson team used was  about three feet longer than that used  by the Rossland team, and big Joe  Thompson was in the lead from the start,  but the hubs of the carts Avere never  more than a, foot and a half apart, and at  the finish there was jiist daylight between them,.which meant that the winners, had the best of it by about eight  inches. Two of the judges didn't care to  make a decision, but the captain of the  Hosslaud team was satisfied and said,  "(Jive it to them; tliey avou. it.". Dr.  J jail of Nelson,, who. was one of the.judges,  and. has taken part- in several contests,.  says it was one of. tlie finest races ever ceived tonight state that Lieniga, A\*ho  riinOii the coast. The time, 23 seconds, 1 shot Fred Baur, and Was iUvaititvg trial,  was fastfor a .new and heavy track. (escaped  on  the  12th, walking, leisurely  Next caine  the baseball match, Nelson 1 away.    One hundred dollars  reward has  vs. Sandon.    The  latter  showed lack of I been offered for his arrest.  Kautz Was Sustained in  Samoa.  WASii'isfiii-x, pipy 25. ���The American  lne)ul>ci's.aX khP Sniuoaii com iiii^sioii did  Hot make a- report to the .feute department today, aiid all the department's information of the nvivements of the commission came from the .ftaval eablegravu  and press dispatches* Respecting the ro-.  Iloi'ted approval by tlie com mission of  admiral Ivaut'/.'s acts, it can be taken that  Little doubt was entertained hero that  such, would be the result Avhen these acts  Were examined dispassionately by .fair-  minded men, just as they -received the  approval of the president and secretary  Hay. Admiral -unity.' position as senior  naval officer at Apia will be taken by  captain (ioodrich, comniander of the  cruiser Newark, upou the arrival of tliat  vessel at Apia.- Captain Goodrich is  highly-regarded at the navy department.  Atlin Murderer Escapes.  -Victouia,  May  25.���A-I'm advices re- 2  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C.   ERIDvYY, MAY 2<;,   1890  USTCTW   IIST   STOCK  Ladies' White  Duck Skirts.  A  Ladies' White Duck Suits.  FULL  Ladies' Shirt Waists at 50c,   75c,  $1  ancl $1.25.  LINE  A few   Sprino*-   Capes left,   which will   be sold  at cost.  OF  A  nice line of Ladies' Crash  Bicycle suiting.  One  New Williams Sewing- Machine,  $28.  A. FERLAND & CO.  Kliot. Mock-, linker Street, Nelson  Garden  Tools  A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  FROM EASTERN MARKETS  Nelson Hardware Go  Baker Street, Nelson.  Wc are turning out a'great number of men's outfits, for the reason  that our suits fit and are well .made. We handle everything of ' the  best and sell at close }.rices. If jou want a iicav spring, suit, hat, tie,  .shoes, underwear, collar, sliirt. suspenders, or socks, inspect our stock  and Le convinced that we aie (lie people who can give you the most  good goods for (he least money.  Sig-n of the Big- Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B. C.  fast train on the Crow's Nest I'ass railway, to whieh a through .sleeper will be  attached tolvootenay Landing, will make  this alternate route the shortest and  quickest one from the east. Through  passengers will ha\*e a choice of routes to  the Pacilic coast, by the main line or by  the Crow's Nest Pass branch.  The James Bays Defeated, at Victoria.  Victouia, May 25.���Today practically  completed the queen's birthday celebration, and'inost of the visitors have left  for home. The regatta was the great  feature of this afternoon. The principal  contributors to the sport Ave re the men  of the Pacific squadron and the Indians  of the tribes of the neighborhood. The  only competitors from outside were the  Vancouver Bowing Club's crew, who  competed in a four-oared lapstreak event  against a crew from the .lames Bays of  Victoria. The visitors won by more than  a length, after a well contested  race.  HUDSON'S BAY  ?������ &&&��� ^&& g-i&sS; ��*&& &&-Q  ^  Hi  vine  ARE   NOW   SHOWING  UU.    A COMPLETE   RANGG OF LADIES'  S Linen and Denim  Ready-made Suits  For Summer Wear  m  #  #  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OK PYTHIAS���Nelson    l,ortec,   Xo,  25,  Knights of Pythias, moots in 1. 0. O. F. Hull,corner  Baker arid Kootenay streets, . very Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  C. FRENCH, C. 0- 'P. ItQSS-K. of U.&-S.  NKLSON LODGK, NO. Zi. A. F. & A. M. Mi-Bts  second Wednci-day in oacli month. Sojournu.g  brethren invited.  PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.  AH. HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and Awuiycr.  A'ictnria street. NuNon.   EWAIlT & CAKIUH���Architect   Rooms 7 nnd 8 Ab-  crdcen block. Baker .street. NcI--on.   XT   CANE���Architect and  artist,   l.rokenhill   Block,  ���"������   next door to Nelson library.   .. TO  LET.  TIIK Olympif ITolcl, Kaslo.   Twenty rooms; furnished  complete; bowling alley.   Apply to Richard Gallop,  on the premises.            \ _ : DOG   LOST.      ',"    ���  AVKliliOXV and white setter; five months old;  ' weight'..lion. 15 pounds ;Jhad on'a vide leather ,eol-  Jar. Finder .will be suitably rewarded at Jloom 2, Hotel  Hume, Nelson."  Apply to _Mr<.  - .     " ' WANTED.    *  GIRL wauled for general housework.   Waldl-, Vernoii street,.> "   " FOR  SALE?" ~~~  SCxVVKNGER- outfit and business for sale. The business amounts to belwet.ir$-.5l) (o ��.'!C0 ;i month.- For  further pailiculars apply to John Croft,, "or to The Tri-  bune oflicc. .         '        %   -.'"   -.     FOR   RENT. '.    "  TWO f.ix-room cottages on Latimer street, haif block  wc . cf Stanley Micet.   -$20 a month each.   Possession Juiio'lft.   Apply to Alfred Hunker, or Tribune oflicc.  "-    - LOST.  A HUNCH of ten to fifteen keys pn a steel ring. Finder  will be paid for his uoiiblo'on returning to Louis  Loves.ne, or to Tribune ollice. Nelson. .   -  Daily Edition  First Year, No*. 121  -Weekly Edition Seventh Year, N0.2G  Edmonton, Alberta, is to havo another  newspaper, to he called Tlio Post.    It  is  to be edited by T. A. Greggi wiio at. OELgu  jbiihe_u:as_cditoi__of&_li____Uxi:___-:0-Y  and managed by 3. Pra&er Ti_iis_     The"  paper will be devoted to the int-re^-S of  Northern Alberta, a.lid its projectors say  they Avill make it a nevvspapef ill pvery  sense of the word.  law of British Columbia was discussed at  the meeting in Salt Lake, and it was de-;  cided that in case of a disagreement over  Avages, Chris Foley of Rossland, one of  the federation executive, would be here  and if necessary the president of the  federation himself would come. Stockha.n  closed his speech with a pica for fche  organization of the Silverton miners. The  local men met afterwards and organized  with the following officers: J. M. M.  J.cnediini, president; George Morton, vice-  president; 3. ll. Elliott, recording-secretary; and L. Ivnowles, financial secretary.  All the miners hero ,were enrolled as  nicmbcrs.    . ' ;  1     The Canadian Pacific Flyer.  Month HAL, May 25. ���The new fast service on the Canadian Pacific railway will  be inaugurated about the middle of June,  probably the 18th or _9_h_ The flyer  across tile continent will be called the  Imperial' -Limited and "will * reduce the  time between, Montreal and* Vancouver  to about one hundred hours. There will'  also be a daily transcontinental service  instituted, owing to the increasing volume of travel. Trains will leave on Sundays as well as on Aveek days, this being  necessitated to relievo tlie*present heavy;  traffic on Monday's trains.  Vancouver and Victoria .vill be reached  on tho fourth day out from Mantreal.  Kootenay country AA'ill also be tidvau-  tageously aifected by the new service.  A  THOMSON'S  WE ARE NOT ADVERTISING  INCORPORATED 1670.  1670 1837 1899  THREE IMPOHTAfU DATES  1670 Hudson's Bay Company incorporated.  1837 Our Gracious Queen, Victoria,  ascended the throne.  1S99 May 24th, we all, prosperous,  happy and contented, unite in  celebrating her Soth  birthday.  May you enjoy your holiday, your  picnic sandwiches, salads, pate de  foie gras, etc., and return on May  25th, better satisfied than ever to  homemade bread.  These goods are the proper thing.  They are not only serviceable but  stylish, being trimmed in good con-  trasting colors/  WJ  LADIES'  WRAPPERS  Wash Suits  IN RFD, BLUE, FAWN,  GHEY, LINEN AND WHITE  COLOURINGS  m  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  Dress   Skirts,   Silk   Underskirts,  and   Wash    Blouse  Waists, to   suit B  the most fastidious, all prices, styles B  and colourings.    Call   and examine B  these goods, the visit will repay you B  SKIRTS  Cheap and Good Washing Wrappers  IN ALL SIZES  Ready-made Skirts in  Homespun Linen,  Pique, Denim, and Duck  -    Memo :     You  "Hudson's   Bay  will    if   you   use  Patent   Flour''   ,  &  B  's .Bay  West Baker Street.      Telephone 13,  Dont lie A  ' VICTORIA ^BLOCK:,7 BAKEB   SI-E-EIIET,   NELSON, .BJC.  ,1&  ia^s^^^fS?��,^^^^?a?as^?a^^^ia^i  S^--^-5V__Sa  fB^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^BfB^^B^B^B^B^BfB^B^BiB^B^B^BfB^B^B^B^B^B^B^B^Bm  mmmmmmm^^m^mm^  Charles A. Waterman & Co.  CUSTOMS BROKERS ",  AUCTIONEERS  This  season,  SltVERTON'S MINERS ORGANIZE  AND   MAY   ASK   $-.50   A   DAY.  Sir,vi.r.T0X, May 25.���A injnors* hmki-  ing whs lii.d here to.lay, at wliic.li .Tosepli  Stockhnn,    [.resident    of     bhe   Sitiifloli  Minors' Union, avIuc. lately rfetiiTil-d from  tho mooting of  tli,o   .Vfc'tftum Foderititioii  of Minors  hold   in Suit  Lake  City, iid-  droHsod tho mooting.    110 rofori'od to -ho  oighl-houi' law and cHlieiw-d tlicitotiDii of  the Iiossland union iti   not advisijig the  Sloean unions and  iustniotitlg  them for  eight hoiu's.    Ho sajd  that now that the  law AVa-s passed the Slooan miners imist  Stand together  and   uphold  it.    The Sil-  -vei'tqii   1111 nor.,    must   organ i'/c   among  themselves  or join   fcho  Sandon   union.  Sa-idon minei's Avould ..fcuu]  by tlieir fel-  I'oaV minors of Silverton to the last dollar  and tlie last man.  The miue owners of tlio  Slocan, in organising to defeat the measure, had brought from Spokane shysters  and pettifoggers to act as their a-dvisers  in their .attempt at a reduction of AA*ages.  The mine owners spent then- profits in  Spokane, Salt Lake City and   San   Fran-  ' oisco, Avhile the minors spent their wages  in the  country.    A  reduction  of wages  he said me'int a loss to the country.  . The  mine owners had announced   that after  Juno 1.2th a reduction would be made in  wages to $ - per day.    lie contended that  tho union wage of $_..() was small enough  in   a  country  of   high    pi ices,   and   the  miners' duty was to absolutely refuse to  work for loss.    Jfe said   tho  eight-hour  it  is ,__&���  necessary,  Knows  that our  everyfapdy  IS  and ppiees Lower  Than Other Dealers.  Sportsmen   want  tbe  best   and  get it at  can always  Thomson Stationery Co., Itt  JTELSOKf,   33. C_  To come in  our establishment  and  look around  We always have  the latest  styles in footwear  ���to^sh o.w^ydu   W_  would like  to make  your acquaintanGe  and infroduce  ypu to our  SHOES  BEAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  FIItST 1)0011 WKST HANK 11. C. BUILDING.  SUBSCRIBE FOR SHARES  Subscribe for shares in Pleasant  Valley   Mines,   Limited,    Cariboo.  Now   is  your   chance,   as Donjy   a  4-ifn i ted���n uinber��� xvi ll-be^plaeed^an-  isale   hei'e, and will   soon   be sold.  to  Tunic.  & 1-OccKli block. Nelson, B. G.  ^^r  Contractors  and Others  H. D. Ashcroft  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon ..pairing l>r_mpliy atlc-dcd to i>y a lii-_t.-clii.s_  wliuclwright.  Spociul altontion (,'ivfn 1.0 all kinds of rapairingr and  custom work from oittsido points.  Sljop:    .fall Street, betweer) Baker and Vernon, Nelson  o^-isF piEK% sl-oyeB, etc.7  should not fail to look at our line  of goods, which for qi.alii.ie_ and  hiaterial cannot be beat.  SEWER AND WATER CONNECTIONS  JOBBINC A fSRECIALW  GENEBAL BROKER.  A 7-i'ooni liousd .  A 3-i'pom.'Tioii-0..  ,.��0*  , 20'  Aimumvx jiLpene,  Influeneed  liy prico iilouc in your drug buyinpr. Looking  W-ll to ..uality means .satisfactory results���meaiw  securing ttie roniody tliat best fulfills the purposo  for wliich yOu 'intended' it. Purity, quality, eafcis-  faction, are lirst considered here, but always a  ftrice that miikcs the purchase an econoniical one.  A price that menus somethii)_. to you. Ono pack-'  flgo of.our  Celery  Herb  Tea  will mako ouc quart of tho _onfc spring tonic on  tho market, and is tin_<|uall_c1 for all blood, liver,  stomach an<I kidney troubles, and the price is  25 CENTS  Canada Drag and Book Co.,  LIMITED.  Cornor Bakfsr nnd Stanley Streets, Ncioon.  We 'havfi a fine assortment of wo-lcna always  on hand. Goods made up at th-shortest possible notice. As everything is kept and made  oil tlie premises, satisfaccion is assured.  . M. VINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  iARE YOU MMT-ITLIN  OR DAWSON CITY?  A Jargd boardingrhousg doing good  l)U.ilH?st>, colltraliy located.,  'iig-l, uspitoiji all pa._i of ilio'eltj..  LOANS     > IiVSUltANCK  .        . .       f.$   *^^  liaporlers of Shelf anil _loav'-y Hardware.  MAitA & HAltNAlil) iinoCIC HAIcicK ST., NKi.SQN  fX*3_LE^H-0��srE!  . 3i5 .  JJurifig the, .&j8_ft- wc Will dp-  liv��r ifc�� vie pl'ivatO i"csUlgin.'-Sj  and biiHiiiQSs houses' dally ii! any  fle.sii'Ufl quantity nt (jaHfjiirublo  prfecS.  If you are, call and get posted  on the White Pass and Yukon  route, which is the best, safest  and cheapest possible.  A. R. SHERWOOD  Baker street West, Nelson, JJ. C.    .  Although the limes &��� Hamlier syntlicate  lot., in Addition ��� "A" fire -.. ithdrawii fi'Oin  sale, we still have a large list of residential  lots 011 our .list.    Lots  in   Hume Addition.  GAMBLE & O'REILLY, Agents  Biikor Street West, Nelson, 11. C.  SNAPS  Wc have two big snaps in real estate  Call and get particulars.  Money to Loan  Agents for Mellor's Plate Glass and  Lloyd's lJinto Glass- Insurance  J. L. VANSTONE,      R. H. WILLIAMS,  Mines and Mining Stocks. Customs Broker  RKAL KSTATJS-ANJ) OKNKRAL AGKNTS  DRAYING and  EXPRESS  Merchandise hnuiod . to ami froni doimts; bus  inoft.s all trains and boats. Special attention  given to Ihe transfer of hawgago. Ollice and'  stables on Voi'iion street, opposite The Tribune.  ilson & -fapsh-iw  BON TON B1STAURANT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Plumbers, ote, Gpfera liouse Block, Nelson  MAN- .ACTUKEIIS O*'  PK0I*_ES. BOIIi_!;BS,:SBAI?TING, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVJSI-Y DB!^aBII''rip_J  Itepairs promptly atttfnrfeti to_.      P. O; Box 173.  GENERAL TgAMBTERS  AGKNIS'EOK  the Imperial Oii Co.   Standard Oil Co.  Washington Brick aridL,ih]e Co.  The H. W. IVJcNi-H Co., Ltd., Canadian ��Ar|tl|ra-  cite Coal (Hard)  Dealers it]  BrmrmwoQB  The only restaurant in the city  employing only white cooks.  Merchants' lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. "Dinner from .5  to S.    Short orders   at. all   hours.  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOM PAN Y  ALL ORDEBS  Charles   St.   Barbe,    Agent.  RVREISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS :OF  Fine Lager Beei?.  Ale and Porter  I'rompfc and regular  Unlivery to tho trade.  Brewery at Nelson. THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY, MAY 26, 1890,  Capital,'  Rest,  all paid  up,     -  $12^)0,000  .fyOflfl.OOO  I.OKI! STltATHCONA AND  'Ion. GEO. A. DRUMMOND.  R   S. CLOUSTON   MT.  ROYAL, President   .. Vice-President  .. .General Manager  osrji3r_sox<r B__.____srci3:  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.  THE BANK DF  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, ar.d  Dawson City, Yul^on* District.  A  BIG  MINING DEAL PENDING  ON   MOYIE   LAKE   PEOPERTIES.    .11 HANOI IKS  IV        LONDON   tBriKianrt). 'WW   VORK,   CHICAGO  arid in Mil.' [irlur-iijal uiLius In Camilla.  Huy nnd  si.ll Sti.rliiix  Kxclmngu and Cable Transfere  MltANT COM-.IKKCIAI.   VN1' TK.WKI.I.K.IH'  -UK-ITS,  available in any part, of the world.  IMtAKTH  IHSlTl'.D    COI_E.KCTH.N8 MADE;  KTC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATK OFINTRRKST PAID  lqcaT-IIew^ qf the towns  Nelson Boat Club's Eegatta.  At the regatta-to be held by the Nelson Boat Club on June lOtli the following  scratch crews have been selected to contest the four-oared event:  Thomson stroke, Dunlop 3, Bell 2 and  Haines bow.  Winter stroke, Morrison' 3, Beer 2 and  Macfarlane bow.  Brown stroke, Macrae 3, Wetmore 2  and Moore bow.  P-,vah stroke, Dufresiic 3, Fraser 2 and  Wragge bow.  It was also decided to have the folloAV-  ing events : Ladies' and gentlemen's tandem canoes; double sculling inrigged  skill's, lady coxswains; single sculling;  single paddle, handicap; tandem paddle,  handicap; and four paddle. Any:member of the club wishing, to > coin pete is requested to hand in his name to C. B.  Winter, honorary secretary. V ,  , NELSON.  William Elson, one of the most popular,  conductor on the Canadian Pacific, was  in Nelsontyesterday.1 on his way to New  Denver, where he has mining interests.  He expected to be back at Ivamloops by  Saturday. ���      ,'  The  track  of   the .CanadiauYpacific's;  _Y"t)i^ai_-fc-^^  . ."* �� v"< _ "&_.-! M,���'" ��'*JV": s <��Ajtfi.. 7"j'i *7"'_e" \'i"idV  '�� 'Utlt. "  "  *_ lata  Dpn.Dfl _*_,������-     a uu  fjfsohi,  5&_^u_r|^i��^6u|^  ^WW-^*^  KOOTENAY MINES AND MINING  SLOCAN   LAKE   DISTRICT.  On the Mabou claim, adjoining the 1 <__.11���  terpri-e group, 'on Ten Mile, tho 'main  drift litis broken into some good pay ore.  The tunnel is in seventy feet and the ore  has made its appearance between seams  of quart/.. It is similar'in character to  the Enterprise. An opening has also,  been made on the Neepawa, vein which;  runs through the Mabou, and preparation made for tunneling. A promising  chute of ore has been cut on this also,  which gives splendid assays; Work will  be steadily pushed at both points.  The shaft being sunk on.the Ohio; just  above the Mabou, has cut into ore on tlie  main lead. It is mixed with live and  healthy -quart/., and extends the full  width of the vein. The showing has  greatly encouraged the owners.  P. Griffiths is making rapid headway in  his drifting to the vein on the West-  mount, opposite the Enterprise. His  diligence is commendable, and everyone'  believes he .will .strike it big, as the'West-  mount has the ear-marks��of a mine.  The snow lies deeply among the trees  as yet in Ten Mile valley; though the  Mast few days has reduced it greatly.  Several heavy slides have come down. A'  particularly savage and mammoth  avalanche litis opened up a new track  down the west slope of Wes .mount  mountain into ,Brin die creek, making a  clean sweep of the forest.iri'.its path and  badly blocking the stream.  Prospecting on the ground of the  Black Cloud claim, on Westmourit mountain and opposite the Enterprise, has;,just  disclosed some very fine galena. There  is a big vein running* through the property audit should pan out .well.' P. W.  Eilis of Toronto is a heavy shareholder,  iu the claim.  Y Tlie Enterprise mine on  Ten ..'Mile, re-  George A. Bigelow of Creston, who  arrived in Nelson last evening, reports  that a deal is on for the purchase of the  Lake Shore, Moyie, Queen of the Hills,  Peter and St. Eugene mines near Moyie  City. All these properties are on tho one  ledge, the Lake Shore being distant from  the line of the Crow's Nest Pass railway  about one-eighth of a mile. J. B. Hastings, of the War Eagle company, and a  representative of the British America  Corporation are now on the ground, and  it i.s said that there is a lively competition ou between the rival corporations  for the securing of the entire group of  claims.  The St. Eugene and Peter property is  owned by John A. Einch, Peter -'Larsen,  .James Cronyn and AVhite. It is upon the  St.. Eugene that the greatest amount of  work litis been done. The price set by  the owners is said to be $400,000 plus the  value of the improvements which they  'have now in hand, consisting of a tram-  Avay, concentrator and ore bins, which  one is estimated to cost $85,000. - Tliere is  FULL LINE OF  a large quantity of ore blocked out iu  the St. Eugene wliich has aii average  value of from 50 to (30 ounces silver and  from 45 to 50 per cent lead. James  Cronyn, superintendent of the St. Eugene,  says that by September 1st he will be  putting 150 tons per day through the  concentrator, which will yield an average  profit of $30 per ton.  The Queen of the Hills and Moyie properties tire owned chiefly by E. P. Davis  of Vancouver and the price set upon  them is placed at $200,000. The lowest  property on the ledge is the Luke Shore,  which is owned by Murphy nnd others.  the selling price, of which is said to be  $125,000. These figures indicate tliat the  deal upon the several properties would  require something OA*er $810,000.  m~  ���>-e3-ez>.  mi  B  B  B  B  B  PUP & TREG1LLUS  _ ^uil-1% ~~i%%'j !��^&fp!?>yed> .ii t" *' 41$. - Stilt;  ��*&ftffrife$n^^^  . ���T^^%ip\fi0^r^^;"at the.;' ������jptli-Bua^  Yv]ios|:.it"aO^ mastoid"  . f$8Gi$^&1$j$$,{MbaxiJayim;^oMn;|%-  ��� .cGssftii-*yv spemormed��.an * ���qp _ i*a_iou t * j?hot.'  y. "j. -.. - x-i - .     -.*__<��� ,,"���.���. "-.���.*' ">���"��."* ��� .'V^simi-i, ,  ���  _.   ���_s..���.:,������-__,���1--..^.nlr^-dJ_���D--,0--1-  .._,.v.s,,.,.Kl-'  . i^iH-4&'<__^^  ���^YI_!b6tena^liii<_ Kvb?nHlc__beloTv'N^I.&ii',  ^.:fTieriie��5f "|-" _?b,, .j-y^^seYei'ely injured.  a^jisli55|pOi:i?ecr 0iaA}:dh$&$thd .djtigts aiiissed1  lire kiM\'0ik'fQ%ehi^h: fikr^pd, jput"- to hi^  sjjjedii*"*^  ���)\Foifndnig liini,   "ft is "*ft^%)it"s'that *_c-  Bpnkfd htX-d broken arm ��kudbrdkeh leg ]  jf��he' i. udfi"hibi-e serionsiyYliiirt.   --I^d'ieal  aid' was suiinSohedl US Soon ;a�� poS^iblCi  A,. C..j?J*ftmin:erf6l_b^n._-iff,n^.._^vtli-e estate of .rtobert E. fJchioh, has declared  anOthCp dividend o| ten pef cent to the  creditors Of the'estate. Yin,, the circvdar  >iicxS<iM;eDGk9,byL a; large, ��Oi-ke ofVinCiliY^  Miihimoa$g��.to.^c^ttfltt^"06 ^V0X*;. _ P^^Aft';  yftffi^jQh-eu'if^p^T--^  " ^I^^J^^ifl;.l^���f^^-4P__^^*S&^-H^SS|_^-J_^  fMabefrgr0ji;^  'S"no-\^rlM^'ni^s.-  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and const,.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  Jf what you want is not in stock wc will make it for you  CALL AND GET PRICES.  PROPRIETORS  SPECIAL VALUES  Though early in the season for bargain sales, owing to a lucky  purchase, we find ourselves able (o sell a few dozen ladies'  shirt waists at reduced prices.  Ladies' Print Shirt Waists, Pretty Patterns, at $i worth $1.25  Ladies' India  Muslin  Blouses,   regular price $1.75, our price,  $1-25.  Ladies' Organ di Muslin  Blouses, cheap at $2, our price, $1.50  Ladies' Satana Shirt Waists at $2.50,  Ladies'  Colored   Satana   Shirt   Waists,  our price,  $3.  Ladies'   Shirt   Waists in   Silver  goods, going at $4,  reduced from  Ladies' Silk Blouses at $5.50.  Inspection invited.  ffl  ffl  ffl  regul  regu  ir price $3.  'ir   price   $3.50,  a  new-  thing  Silk,  $4.50.  Best value in the trade.  in waist  ffl-  ffl  ffl  ffl  Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  and  M4RTIN O'RIILLF & CO.  ffl.  %  BANK  OP   B. O.   BUILDING.  NELSON.  T__.__i3V_S   C__.S-__  .-?@S^^^^  :^^6=tQ=:W.  p.^.^.^.  ?��?%*���%?  <___?. (S*.____? .___=*.<__?. <S?. is? ./__=>. ��C7. <;  im  M  ALWAYS ON HAND  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  !p!EJ.'S HOfIL  . BAKER STREET, NELSON. *  f^^S^0\^^^^^^p��^fSSlO^  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large comfortable  bedrooms and 'first-class  dining'  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men. 7  ^- ������Tlb"'^'j____r_sk ^WS-^^M^M-^w-.kyM  ,._J-A1.LKS hiijly.er;,  '"     "    ���,i'K*ESrD'l._NnT " "*  MARRV, HOUSTON,,  7; ."YfKCi^tAKY"' " ...  E" imp-:  ^ .��>;MMs^*?Sftft?|?ll|_l'\*_j  ''.$��y^��2^&Jdti&i\6^  {-iiHoiiiiciug the -'di^uldnct -ihe stateifleiit  i��:inad6 tluit tlie lli-����land projifeirty of  tlio eTsttitesyet i-eiiuUiis to "be sold. -This  it is..e$feiuik.'t_d would biting at l_a3t!$4000 ���  aud enable tho payment of apotliQr  liit_en per dejtit, Hjivkiiig, setfeiity-five per  cent in all. There \Viil tlieu remtliu tlie  Tt'ail land aiid interests iu tliree lnili-  ���A-kl eUtiins. the value of Vvliieh tlie a��ig-  iu.e sivys he eaniiot: n%.' If ������'the majority  of the creditors are **,v -Uiijgf the balance  of the estate "will be sold for \vjiat it *vvill  bring. The claims filed against tlie estate .aggregated ���$ _^. WQ> 5 0.  ��If' j'ou"wMVt,a���natfy;��gt^is_lfe_i-i-ficlofh6_'-tf_!    ..  ..". "spr.iiig'.aii('i_.s,unvi]i':eJi;YXYlfi_*'e-'^^^ ..  -   ���-   ctit,-pattci'iis. bfSS-6tclc,aiid;EngIi._h7UVecil!_,( ��   ��  ", which^wilj, iftak e ���to Squriorderi.attlvoflQ.w d Y  ,.:����� "prico-'-�� .. .���Y Y��". ^7Y.77 _".. -,ys yKjA"..��. ".".".".,__..'   ���"  a  Bia-k Ai-rJ-tiaiiS.malce r& hice%uit%for "sum-, * ��� "���  in qp '"wparYat J4 _��".. Y ����....������ &,�����"�� *"/! i' ���*���? ��� ^2"J    ��� -  vjBlitcksorgosUitsiri ..adk'diMiiorniiigcoat���:.S21��..������.,  *.A�� ;heayy 'Scotcli" 'favecd'^ liieo^pftttdfiis "for^ "  business' _licit".,.".".....,,.,-._,....�� ���*,...".. ,"���.. iSlS'  ;s^'rousersraXequallyloW.pricesii.Fifaiidflnislv^ .���_,  * no '_etter in __riada?.����� uLadies'^fine*tailoi'iiiga     *  Specialla... "Cicm-iit Wdclt'VBaKeiJsti'c'et, .. .  w,  &  I  LIMITED.  Remdvajr NoMeiei  John (jhoWilch & Convpany" beg IS! ^ihoniliS'o to tjie  trttdo tliali ttrey hare, remOveo, their* hcadqiiarters frpm  Nakusp to N.lson, where thej'will fortho;'future,ISjtScs-  lablishedi   Pondliipf tlto erecW'on of suititble: vft*iij_h*ouses_  _tficy hii'viSjogiroU^teiiiptSmryie)Uarte't9i_l itheTwajjiliouJCei  ^"TifFiHavBe-tBir'-E Cdmpnny on Wateirstte'^i, wKorjJr  thoy will be pleiiscd.to regeiA'e tlibir piitijoiis.- \  NelsoiirB. C.,;KayJ7th, 1899; : ���  City Scaveng*��!? anidj  CSliimiiey Swesfr  EOSSiiAND.  The f|uceu',s birthdiiy "Was without in-  (���ident in liosslaiiid. 'The ball gailie in the  afternoon bet*\V^et;n Morthport and Rossland resulted in a win for Ilos_ltuid. by IS  to 12. Tlie gato receipts were spoiled by  thunder showers.  Clarence' J. IMtcCuaig, the Montreal  broker, is ill Iiossland looking over the  interests of his various companies. Mr.  MeCuaig has been instrumental iii nearly  every.big deal inithis country where  ISastern capital lias acquired�� dividend  paying mines.  There seems to be . growing among  well-informed people "doubts as'to the  reported values of the Kepublic camp as  representing any considerable bodies of  ore except in one or two properties.  There is. less enthusiasm ..today, over the  Republic eamp than tliere has been-any  time in twelve mouths.  lirompt attention given to all ordfcrs left at M. Dcs-  GoU Baker street, Nel.on.  , - - - mVl  Bri.ayii_  *��lJv_Tu;i''A"6a!qS*t.ittSj0Kna.-rDi  "   ������     g��*=/u^b��,�����ij_i_v;t_Kiii^,{N-  .".�����n p.  . ������     : _��� .7  ��� ���' ��� '��� -U :^R6 iish|an __Y^|^e^^i_M___iBjeiJ  "Mouldiiigs  ��� :D��Bdis>'.a_i"-i:','S^S-i' i ������������  Fence Posts'ancl pickets  ;"'���* 0ffic:^^n^S^6#i|iitigs    '���  "   "KAftTOSV "WOuk;i)OSfK TO ORhKK,"  "frt-JBl/ AS    "  ;fedilfSaw_E_g',. :   '.   :*  P-tMvSa^inj* :;  IW^ra^oBes m& '.  %&mvM Joinery Work  IN STOCiv  t-   P��  er.  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  Sawmill on Govcnim.-nt whai't '  factory and ollico, corner Hall f-tre. t and CP.lt. thick  JUDICIAL SALE.  cliay  Pur-imnt Id a jildg'iH'ni; of the Cbunly Court of ICoOt-  v. liolden atNeleon, entered.oii *th_ l7th day of .Ian 11-          ......     .-     .. . 1. .joidm^  /t-iKht,  ptoititill'si against the Bright  %  iti'y, A. 1). 18!i!. in tho consolidated action of J. F. Holden,  William H. Hudson, CHr _itian (Jlbcn, Willium H. Wt-ipht,  and William IL Warren, plftititUl's. n_ainst tho Bright  I'rospcc-S^GoUI Slinihg and Development Company, Limited Liability, defendants,.l_oiii_ plaints Nos.���KM/98, ICa/ilSi  J00/98, 4(>7/il8, and 4(i8/!)S there will bo oil'ored for sale by  publics auction by S. P. Tuck, Slierill's at the court house,  in the city of Nelson, at 11 o'cloek in the forenoon, on  YMIR.  The Rev. James Hicks  are expected in "Ymir  that there will be the usual Methodist  services in the Foresters' hall next Sun-  'lay. Mr. Hicks lias been appointed  W-t.^y for another year. Mr. Jordan, of  '������0'-./ j(r'iy mine, encountered a bear  -.;;..P.Vse creek yesterday.  and  Mrs. Hicks  on  Saturday,''so  up  * ing tlie ;,-Hbbing- mineral claim oil'tlie southwest eorner,>  bointr in the Nelson Miuing Division of British Columbia,  located the oth day of May, 181)7, and recorded.the Oili  day of May, 1897. ' .  ' The purchaser sliallpay the purchase money into Court  to the credit of the said consolidated action on the day of  sale  .   Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 22nd dav of May, im.  K. 1. H. SIM PL-INS,  Registrar of the Cointy Court of Kootenay, holden at  Nelson. ';  ROOMS AND OFFICES  ai'pi.y * -  J. LAING STOCKS, Secretary  7 Y.-.-; At cilice' of the Duncan Mines, Limited. .   .'  "TioARD AND ROOM  First-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner  Ward and Carbonate streets, in rear of English church.  Heated by steam. , Tablo board ?1, room and. board .$_  ind $5.50. ,       . ��������� .     ���_"-"'.   .,      -,-/.-���  A collection of lino Belgium Canaries for sale.    .  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.  ' WILL PO WELL TO  BUY THEU! LII1EBR  AT.  G. a BIICHAN-iN'S  .A Iiti_o stock of first-ci_ks dry material oil hand, also  ���a full lino of sash, doofc_> moulding.,, turned work, oto.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  ������ ^   T.ho'.'-nWsjiJlptcfU'iVth^ .,.������  ;Larrgo��sampleIroo.ms.   Steani*Jiba^ann37electric,light, ,  BA'K'M AND WiAiip-g_.'lt--___S. ,NELS0->T  -���Tlie-oiiiy-hoteIi:ii-'Nclson-thatii.ai-'reliiaiiie(l=niider"Oi)e'  management since 1890.  The bedrrooma are well furnisjicd and lighted by  electricity.  The dining-room is.not sceond, tp any in ,Kbptenay.  Tho bar is always Stocked by the West dolhestie and  imported liguoi'-S and cigars.  THOMAS MADDKN, Proprietor,  Two aiid. a liillf ih'iios up Uf- (-Utlel) ifrpiii Nolspii.  Spring Chickens, Freslj Cream,  l��ure Miik, Fresh-Laid Eggs.  All of VMijch are from tlio i-aiieh bclongiiij,' to tine hotel  A pleasant place tp .'iflend atterii6ons, evenings and  enjoy delicacies that Cannot be obtained in liOtcls or  rcsUiurants at Xtc|koh.   Uootl. ^tabling;   Qpcil day anil  ' "      Can bo reached by eithfrr roiid1 or \VAl.er.  XVlIAilAM RpPFiRVS, Proprietor.  night.  JYard:   Foot of Hondryx street, Nelson  iT-iephonc, 91   John Rae, Agent  Ileadqnartcrs for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  Wc mako a specialty of  Sfjiplap aqd Double Dressed Material  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Office and yard near C.P.R.depot   K. Q. BEKR, AgcnU  goatIver luwIerM  V-   CRESTON, BRITISH COtBMBIA. ;  All sizes of dimension timber and all kinds ofliimlier  out to order, and shipped lo Nolson in carload,lots  Wrilo forpriccH.  GOSldPOMTAN  EmjEl  iKvarythinff llrsl:-cla��s  Choice brands of Wines, Liquo'n. and Cigars  Rates $1.50 and .32 per day.  ,1. XV. SSUTir.. Prnprfntor.  Large and well lighted Honied.by hot ai  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Klcctric bells and light in every, room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  VICTORIA  J. V. PERKS,. Proprietor  Free bus meets all trains  Hourly streot. car to station  Revelstoke, B.C.  IMPORTANT NOTICE  RE DUNCAN CITY LOTS  . KASLO, Ti. C, May 121 h, 18!ID.  Notico is hereby given to all whom it may concern, that,  I have been appointed sole agont for completing all the  sales made by Messrs: Simpson. Bros. & Keeling of lots at  Duncan City, Housei7Liike,\Vest Kootenay. H. <.'., mnlcr  contract for deeds thereto. -All such purchasers are .here-,  by-required to notify me.0f tlieir address, and present  holdings,, that, the roll Jiiay be corrected in a-.cordaiici.  thereWilh. The second'overdue payments nnist be forwarded to me on.or before the 15th day of Jiiiu;, proximo,  when appointiiieiils will be niade for the coinplol: ion.,  WILLTAM .1. 'lWISS,'  .   Solc'agenl Simpson Bros. & Keeling..  P. Burns & Co.  WHOLESALE   AND   KETAIL  Meat Mepehants  Wholesale Markets at jlelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  RETAIL  STORES  AT  iNelson,   Trail, Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  g.yF!&.DED Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  iWest Kootenay ButeherCo,  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  '"' ''J'll_ifeBiliiilliR^iRiEli^  -**��*��� __'  J�����.,-_j��jj���;*.Ji%^  ,     .-; .yf'-p'-l^"^''^^'''^"^^*^ .8 -i  ' "oi_o_b-__-';b _? ftri JMikb^ ' PiV6kl',-YX*inTENtro^^^^  -,^vi_*5--?^'_|  ^lo^.o-^f-Vo-J  A^S^'g'f-'.f  *M��AE)^|PiaE, ".k0ts|6_3.Nl:  $smA&t&.  "    -   **     ^    DoJ,i'o^       i'   n" rt? " - $ V     t      n��    ��,      "      **    'V .^"n  00?   V>nY  __��      ft*     "PP.. - ���"     *"    n.."Y* ���     "  - ��� ���U "   ��� "   Y ? ��� i .    "       l* " ** Y    ��   -   ��� PpP     ���� Pa n^*?**?1 ��  -Pt5,'Ne!son;"B��;itisrf CplyfrflJiia"  y.����QDEftlOK."-ft��dB-E;B^SO:N',. 6etriei:_u'l;',-Mai_fager 1  S^Syl-OmUEfi^tAVAi, Mirvitig7engine<.r I  o_?  33. a.  _jsrB3__SQ_3sr,  Is poSf/ prepared   to: buy all   classes of silver, gdjd, sijv-r^-leadj lead and  copper ores.   The careful attention given to large contra&ts mill toe extendeci  =Pf&rii|ff seft^Wfffs andvuhdfee of mode of sampl-  W^'Hq .s'rr��}r_sO RtppfrT  ing guaranteed.  Address all cbrnmunications to drav/er S, Nelson, ByQ  GEORGE M  O. M  M. c DO WELL, MnnkgQr.  ROSENDALE, Purchasfi.ig',&g&m.  W. A. THURMAN  SMOKERSYHEADQUARfERS  Keeps a l'wil line of  ROYAI- SEAI_ AND KOOTENAY BJEJLI_E CIGARS  A.fijd all other ttpands bf the  int  AV ���FA.TOl.Y I'HK'KS*  o^ JsrEiuaoyTj fe- O-  and Awning faniMlorj  ALL   E_IN"1DS  OS*  ^w���>-^r.l  CANVAS GOODS,  TENTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  AL1  SIZKS OF TKNTS JN STOCK  linker nt,re(it, opposite postollice, Nelson  THEO.  MADSO^T  W. P. DICKSON  E. H. H. APPI-EWHAITB  J.. MoPHBE  trie Supply and  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps. _ ells. Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  Y': . P. O. Box 606. "   Josephine Street, Nelson,.B. O. THE TRIBUNE:   NELSON,  B.C., FRIDAY,  MAY  2(i,   1899.  myz  mi��y(  liyy  IF -' Y  Is' W"a*  te}'.  |f%YY  ll'IK"**  I'Y  fl?  s an  Pock  THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT  OOKS  A large stock of ladies' ancl gentlemen's  purses ancl pocketbooks in genuine  seal and monkey skins, of all shades of  color and bound in gold and silver, just  received. These are the finest goods in  their line ever brought to Nelson. Complete line of drug sundries of the best  quality constantly on hand. Special attention   to  compounding   perscriptions.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO  COl-NKU BAKKR AND JOSKPHINK STKKKTS. NELSON  Dominion Day Celebration.  Nelson will celebrate Dominion Day  for the ninth Lime thi.s year, preliminary  steps having been taken last night at a  meeting held in Knights of Pythias hall.  The officers chosen were: .Mayor Neelands, chairman ; John Houston, secretary: G. W. 15. Meathcote, treasurer:  Charles A. 'Wa.-tenua.ii, general manager,  with power to appoint the following  committees of three members each : horse  races, drilling contests, boat races, hose  reel races, Caledonian sports, baseball,  lacrosse, football, and children's sports.  The celebration will commence on I'Yi-  day. the Last day of .lune, to allow the  main events to take place on .July 1st.  The subscription committee report the  following subscriptions jis the result of  an hour's work yesterday afternoon :  Manhattan saloon $11111 oo  M alone & Trogillns.  Hi! iki  Oneon's hotel  lOO 00  .Lcvo White  too mi  Bodega saloon  Mill UO  Thomas Madden  KM) (10  1.oistcrer & Co  Hill (10  Silver King hotel  100 00  mud covered 2200 feet of track to a depth  of eight feet, lb is reported that tliree  Italian laborers were killed, but tlieir  names could not be learned.  Dr. Forin went to the Silver King mine  yesterday to trc.it the live-year old son  of .1. Ilobson, who fell down a steep bank  breaking his arm.  MAY 24th  SEE GILKER  FOR YOUR  CELEBRATION HAT  NKXT P. O.  _8���.  ' j? bf $u}:hM: :?_!���. yskk -iidwarll^gff pp:jiee(;okv2lh\-0A  kn"d.^ipliiel>e":stogli of "nKo6. .;i_sin_'"',(-li.O-'s, \ Viira  . pai-Vj the. 4o]l-6Vvii*i'g, liius$f" J-,- ifc. T. VBel."''"������.-*  , U: jSfrj-j ���',& C6.. Mff*��h -Stft^ Blipe, *6<4 Footis. '  im\$te\&-($:y8t^onL Bhpe"-J3<y., lni*^&j��;  den Ss Oo;, aiiu/otJier kneeling i-utker-.  J  iriiii  ,_5��� A^fr-8 WEST. ^A-KKl - ��'t'KEKT, .NELSON  When Advertised  At  "Auction   Prices"  should bo  left  alone.     Au  THESE  GOODS we are  ���'    bound to sell wh;ile  they remain the .patterns  of the se^sdiis   We prefer to rifjark them down,  i\ayi, ayd let oui* regular  custorqers have the advantage of th,e cut, ratf|-  ep tljar\ have a slaughter  sale some months later  to make room for n.ew  goods.    Our display   of  Rugs and Art   Square-  is  the finest   ever seen  in   Kooteriayt    if-ey are  received direct from the  eastern imporiers so that  in  buying from  us you  are   virtually   reaching  headquarters.  auction   price means t>lle_lrigliest" price^whielT the  liuMchaser cart be. induced, to pay.  New Spring Designs  In Axini listers of the best quality, with or wit]rout  boi'dei'g. British twicl Ci.iiadian makes.  Brussels and Velvet Pile  Siiitable for drawing-rooms, di 1.1 mg'rooms, kails or  stairs, "with or. Witlirtufc borders.    ..  Tapestry and Patent Tapestry,  Union   art   squares,  Japanese   squares   and   rugs,  SnXyrna "and Tucuinseh rugs.  40 Different Styles  Of   baby carriages   and  go-c'arts  to   .select   I'toiii.  ��� liattau chairs and rockers.  Furniture of all Kinds  Is advancing, and notice to this effect lias been  sent to the trade by all large iiuitHifacturer...  Having a large stock on hand we will be able to  continue to quote better figures than any of our  competitors. We have also three carloads of  furniture on the way.  D, McARTHUR & CO.  Corner Baker and Ward Streets, Nelson.  FOB STYLISH MILLINERY  and Fancy Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CAM, OK  Mrs.   E.   McLaughlin  JOSKPHINK STRBKT, NKLSON  ice Cream  (HAZLKWOOD)  AND  Ice Cream Soda  AT CENTRAL FRUIT STORE  Krcsli -Kruit received daily       - 7" 7;-77;.> .:  ���Next door lo Nolson Wine To.       '    .-7-i:. ;��.- ".������''  Telephone, .a -   ' v     HUAII.'IIIUCVS & I'iTTOCI-  Totnl....  . $_ 10 00  Along the Water Front.  The rise of the water in the river at  Nelson was J) A- inches in the -IS hours ending at (5 p. m. yesterday. The outer  curve of the C. P. Ii. wharf is now completely under water. Mitchel Gagnon  and others left on the steamer Moyie yesterday for the Lardo river, where they  will run freight in a big rowboat which  they purchased from Newling &, Co.  They are somewhat doubtful of success.,  as the river is very swift during high  Avater.  NELSON.  The committee who " had the management of the Knights of Pythias excursion  to Kaslo want to return thanks to the  officers and crew of the steamer Moyie  for their unvarying kindness' during the  trip, and more especially for the '"hard"  work they performed in overcoming the  difficulty that caused the series of delays  on the homeward trip.  John L. Sullivan, the Trail man charged  with robbery, came up for trial before  .judge Forin yesterday. It Avas a case in  wliich'Sullivan Avas charged with robbing  a man named Patsy Butler of $1.75.  Sullivan and . Butler were- partners in  some line of business, and the charge of  robbery was the outcome of .the dissolution of partnership. ���Butler Avas tlie  2el _i# ^^^���twpi^vssms^^^^i  ^chaVrsged.v��i.��^;\_; ^.��%�� ���   *s f ?��*.�����.���.. ������* *-}&  2i"mie^dmiaiygl^  t$k]A%M"d(^.omeMpihk%  '���^e^puyheensp".;$^^  tthe^eikliHtyy.of ^tW- "^flson .Ji|:"dib"g. 2ikP(e- '���  2ih"kdpfi,dihi$c((h .mhliipilyidiifeS'f, aiid" .nalri-SY  ��in*7=_ir.tliu\'ahdiP:.. E.  I^ilfe'^i" ks licenses;  iomn'li^ioiilrp,;" W:" & Bi_l]ocic*-Sf ellS^a4  is" tjjevB';'ClS.eff/iicj-l.rjs.e ' iu''speftOi^7Bf0i', the..'  .'(jlisjpctv      ��� ;"��� \      *   ���'   "y:y. y (.. y" y  '$'". Theympiynlier&'jpl" tl^e *5_^isoU" ^omptiij-y,,  '6f��"&^J^Ootd|a3*j;B^^^  Gfall^ocla^aliti get tIieil*-!ui-t-_���n^-i_>"��on tliato  10    _""  "'   o        %    '       ���D n, ^ -l        ^"n ��S'y��� n?   * r��p-    'i"S,.-lJ^w ���**-,/���_**     ��nD    cP.  .thp^eoijip-^'ry ,$iiii "hav.8^its; "hrst n<t]i. l.tonjr,  ���drill tonight:   'Tjifeis'-fh" %"^i&MXe oi2il,  geni:_erill ordov, and if uo^ obeyed a court  martial may i-esitl*-.      ' '    .  Boupove & M'l&Veagh ha.v@ 310 men at  work oii $hp Canadian Badific'.s Lardo  ���branph andvmoi'e on the wavjt in. One of  ���the -henibei's of tli.e -firui "s��.ty_, tliat it  ti^kes all hiV time bustling supplies, as the '  men are hirngi-y thi'Se times .a day^  The Association football team, ivhieli  represented Ti'aij at Kaslo on Wednesdaj*"  *\n tlie clvaav gaine with the IJasIoites', Avill  play in Kelson   today.    The  local  team  __v_J__b.__._oi_.-po^  Stilwell and R Forbes, backs; Dr. Morrison., R. Leicester a;nd W. C. Hcpburii,  hfxli backs; A. Ford, Dr. Hall, \V. 3,  Wilson, J*'. R. Lewis and J. Curtis, for-  wal'ds. Tlie game Avill connivence at 3:45  shavp.  Alex JkJeLeoci of Ainsworth was in  Nelson y-e.s(-el'da.y. ��� Be reports milling  operations in tliat cAlnp. as going on  a,]iat;e, l*he No. I aiid tlie Tariff each  have a foi'ce of nien eniployed aild opei-  atioiis haVe been renewed on Wootlbury  O'cek, Th.o report is current that work  will soon be cniinfionccd On the Slvyliiic,  One of tlie MeOiuio iJi-operties.  At the sitfciiig of the couutiy court .yesterday a. .partial hearing of the case of  1-a.viu vs. fche Ivootoiiay Air Supjily Company was heard. The case Wiin sin action  to reeovei" tlio sum of $170, the balance  whicli the Salmo sawmill claimed on  account. S. S. Taylor, Q, C, appeared  for the plain till' and Wragge for the defendant company. An adjournment wag  granted to permit tlie defendants to  amend their pleadings upon paying the  costs of the day.  A mud slide on the Crow's Nest Pass  line .near Hosmer delayed tlie trains over  the road fifty-live.hours on Tuesday. The  en  oo  a  uu  _c  _2   i  _,_  'W-A  OO  ���1  _>  CO  I���  tn  m  C3  ss:  rn  r���  <n  CC-  It pays us to deal squarely with  you ancl to represent our goods  and methods just as they are. It  pays us' to strive for excellence in  quality ancl price, ahvays aiming*  to place in the hands of customers  the best g-oods at the smallest  7_.p*u.cs. On this basis we invite  your inspection of our lines.  ��rhe latest and neatest stock in  Sash Clasps, Belts in all patterns,  Blouse Sets, Skirt Pins, Shopping*  Bags, Ladies' Lorgnette Chains in  patterns.  A specialty of Diamond Jewelry  of all kinds ancl descriptions.  We want* your watch repairing  |and we employ only expert watch-  ���makers. Send your watches as we  ban save you money on your repair work.  ^&6Ji d^  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  aw  d Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORE  CARS  Canton Brill Steel  MATERIAL  CARRY IN STOCK;  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps ancl Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  V-\       Iron, T-Eails  \^ Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf  tf.  A Coat of Paint  WILL  ADD   TO  THE   SELLING   VALUE   OP  A SHABBY  LOOKING   HOUSE  When you make up your mind to use a little Paint,  bear in mind that we carry a complete stock of all  kinds of Paints, Oils, Varnishes, and Stains, also  Kalsomines, Kalsqmine Brushes and Painters Brushes  iM best lirtiie" an:= th__ ��niarke- -a-fc  ;1.  ,">.  CS&Di.   "AND   INSPSG?1  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  Mining- Supplies T Rails  IHEJLAWEEHCE HABDMRE JO;  Jhe'��� -jMi l|&bfenfa^Brick &. tif-reCp^ Ltd;  ���     linker Stfgot....     ?. G. PItpGlEDfi,, Wariagrer  liuSiN ftss And nVsimwviAL  ���_   VllQPKkVY  ,'>07b3'  120, i-tltei' street, between  .IbsepliinC aild. .  Wiird'streo-. ..,...,/  ,'..  ���.,,..ijiSOU)'  50 liy 120, Baker street, . oU>*c_ii _osophinc aild Hall  J  su-eets '���......  ,........ JoQO  50 -}' 120, Bakei' streei, between Jose, liillo find Hall  :   streets, corner. _.���..,., ....  -.   .110 by 120. Kitst, Bakersfroet. ..^.,.,.,, ^ ���....._ _SC0_  "2-*l)y"120rwitli_iiiJprovenYontsrs-Utli~sidc"of^Scffl    ������  .  street ; ,    50Q0,  50 by 120 \v|th improvements, soutli side tit Vernon,  ���   street.,, ..:; ,  fiOOO  2 lots and large liBn.se bcmillfdlly f*iiriiishe<l (sua:).. JtWO  2J lots with eO,ttii_o rented at ��15 per month, victoria  .street.,.  8500  1 lot with cottage rented at ��15 per ihOiUh, Viotoria  '   street , :.....'   2500  2 lots with ctfttftgftirentod at ��2p per nlolHli. clAiiley  street.........    .7.. ...*   3000'  _ lots hi block :l II), all elea red and I*eneed in. .  2500  . ' 1 . - *^ ���   [*��� mi3 ^ a u    "     "���      a    O      ���       J *t,���*!iii u un DL I51    ,J _H  u c'lii n      .     ___fJn _7j cu      \p [1      ^7    _J n        -  'e_3-^fe,,.0t^^:%ili i^scsrey mon^M^M^Wms' toiri:tfe^__^piM4:  3?mkl.& "VW��s<piii wild -fc-aV'er;ii&��^  tlie tlnest''}&t of <^r^eMeis^ Croejfefep^ and Qlass^are>  fe^e_> :^^i|p||. 'fe'.;% .'^oo|^ti��lf."..'IWft ��|a__s^ j^st  in, pints, quarts alid lialf pa;ilo_ls�� 'ktmresk*  F__?s;t-k5J3.ss (quality*  !)-rot>m house and 10 lots set out in orchard ..... ....  11O0  2 lots and .mpt'i'voinctits, 52 head of eows; 2 horses,  Wii. cl��s, sleighs, harness,, and everything in con*  neetiqlr with Hui')*y'>.mill, raii-h ..      3500  For tjonc-al tnCormiilioil oil real estate and tor I'ttrlhui'  parlic.ula.rs on above property apply to  WABD  Heal ICslate and General Agents, Baker St.. Nelson  Telephone iO.   P. O^ Box K &; W.      Bakep street West, Nelson  Hilts  Hazlewood  lee Cream  Why huy clothes from an li.f.rinr taifor, when  Ihe same anloililt of money will Inly a slyli-h  cut, well trimmed ami ncally made suit at  SUITS $25  J. R.  Nelson's up-to-date Tailor.  Satisfaction guaranteed  Wc have been appointed sole nRents in Nelsoii for  this celebrated lee 'Cream, and are now prepared  {a eater to the public at our ice cream parlors,  which we have fitted up in first-class stylo. Call  in'and have a dish of this delicious cream;. .Other  dealers supplied. ,  & Lott  Tropical Kruit Depot, . 7  Corner of Haker and Ward streets, Nelson .  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  FOB SALK Oii HI UK  W. J. ASTLEY & CO.  Boats built to oi-den llcpairin,: nnd flUinir a specialty. Sails nin.de and rigged. Fishing rods and tackle  me'"de<l.   At Government wharf. Nelson.  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MKALS AT ALL, HOUHS. DAY OU NIGHT  BAKKIIY IN CONNICCTION  FAMILY-AND PA STHY.-COOKING A SPKCIALTY  ONLY WHITK HKLP KMPLOYKD  It-      _ElXTKI-'3r,   ' PBOFBIETQB  r/y"\: .  . -.NOTICE. V;":-  All parties having accounts against tliolato Walter S.  Aslipitel arc requested to.seiid, the samn to.: Ihe. under-,  signed, at once.  .;        -.'���������������      .. .IOIIN It. liOWUOY.. 7  . I  , Nelson, B..C.'. May 2(!th,_ IK.V 7-  J got outfitted at DesBrisay's���fourleen week's supplies^  all neafly packed in cotton sacks- They k'now how to fix  you  up,  and such a fine stock to choose from.  I'll tell, you Mike there isn't another, store in the city  that   can   fix a  prospector, out in   the same way'as that same  ABERDEEN BLOCl?  NELSON, -B.O.  esBnsay  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED  A fresh consignment of Maple Leaf Crenm Sodas received  direct from tho factory, put up in ''-pound boxi-s. Also  ���re full lino of the Toronto Biscuit and Confectionery.  Company's Sweet Biscuits. Don't forgot that we handle  Blue Kihhou Ten,  JOHN A. IRVING k CO.  Baker Street Wost, Nelson, B. C.  Have ,lust received a consignment of Harris homo,  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  PRED.J.SQUIBE, Baker StNelson  Tho fmpply.is limited, so.call early aiid examine this sIjkuV.   7.

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