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 y-.  "*��yty'i  DOMINION  DAY'S CELEBRATION  Commences This Morning.  Fair Aveather is all that Nelson requires  today to make its ninth celebration of  Dominion Day the most successful in its  history. The entries for the several  events embraced, in the programme for  the first day will not close until noon but  already there is a prospect of sufficient  entries iu all to insure close competition  and good sport.  For the horse racing tliere are already  eleven horses, several of which are known  to be speedy. Five of the horses have  been, brought in from Spokane, two come  from Cranbrook, one from Goat river,  while three will be'entered from the  Wilson & HarshaW stables. The judges  of the races will be J. S. C. Fraser of  Rossland,' II. H. Pitts of Sandon aud  Bruce White .''/of this city. Lee Coombs  *    of Rossland will act as starter.  It is not'known yet how many teams  wi 11 be entered in.the hub and hub and  wet test events in the firemen's portion  of the programme, but it is expected that  Rossland, Trail and; Kaslo will be represented with, tlie possible addition of Sandon. The members ofthe local brigade'  who will be sent to the scratch  will not be chosen until the eondiiion of  the roadis known.; If the track is, good  a light team will be put on, otherwise  thp-^waeed of the team will have to be sae-.  '"-^^ som8What for strength,  rmced,     ~ ________  1 .   ' . V     The Trades Precession.  grades  procession  will   form  FRIDAY MORNING, JUNE 30,  1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BftlTISH COLtfMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  "WEEKLY, _f>&  The  procession  TT "street in tho order beloAv:  Vernon *������"     _    __._���-,���_  S Marshal of the Day.  >.: Band.  j * Kootenay Kifles.  Volunteer Fire Hrifjade.  Aliform Rank Knights of Pythias.  U".   li-lont wiih Forty Children.  ���Q       ���- ->T P. Burns & Co.  .*���������������'���'*.'     ���' D. MeArthiir.& Co.  '���������^i 'j!iy Ciffar Manufacturing Company.  KooteiS Miner Printing Compauy.  i R. Roisterer & C__-  V   M. lies Brisay & Co.  ���       n Planing and Saw Mills, Limited.  .      NclHofc      Fred Irvino & Co.  .     *'���;.-\ S. Neelands.  ^iiidson's Hay Company.  I<      J. A. Say ward.  ���   bu no Association, Limited.  ;   ;. v        .Tri.',..      rj. E. Chase.  " :��� \    :������ -Band.  ,v     Calithumpians.  V      Bicycle Club.  yy CitizeiiF.on Foot.  on  ���7 Committee's Programme.  Bicycle  le committee have arranged  programme.    Entries  for  it   races .can  be  made with  Sims,  Drl  Doolittle, or the  �����* '.���**���  "/the general committee:  etary of: ..    ��.     ������.������-  ..   --   ,.   ������-    ��� ������_������-���  piilo; .championship of  the Ivootonays;  "��g rcu'p^rii.l.je.d,"'jalji.?. *Qv _t91lated..;by_tho  The bicye  the  foliowii b  the  differen1  either T.  Ji  seer  :  1. One-fourth  and the crew consists of II. B. Haines,  T. D. Curtis, H. Howden, C. B. Winter,  stroke, and T. Gallon, cox.  There will be three crews in the open  fours, a Slocan crew, a Nelson boat club  crew and a city crew. The Slocan crew  are G. Tod, G. B. Curtis, F. Gibbs, H. D.  Williams, stroke, and R. Christie, cox.  The boat club crew, E. C. Wragge, E. V.  Thomson, 3. 3. Chambers, G. A. M. Young,  stroke, and Tom Gallon, cox. Thecity  crew have not sent iu their names yet.  For the tandem canoe race, E. Blom-  field and another from Kaslo, H. Gibbs  and H. B. Wilson, of Slocan, and C. B.  Winter and H. B. Haines have entered.  The only entries so far for the single  canoe race are E. Blomfield of Kaslo and  C. B. Whiter. No entries have been  made for the single sculls, but among the  probable competitors are 3. 3. Chambers,  E. Maunsell, Dr. Hall and George,. Beer.  All entries must be sent in to Melville  Parry by noon today. Harold Selous  will officiate as starter of the races, F.  Fletcher as-judge, and Captain Troup as  clerk of the course.  The committee in charge of the illuminations have engaged the smelter band  to play on a barge on the lake tomorrow  evening while fireworks will be displayed  from another barge. At 9:30 p. m. the  procession of illuminated and decorated  boatsjwill start. A large number have  signified their intention of competing,  and the committee hope that everybody  with a boat will take part so as to enhance the general eifect which should be  very beautiful. Two handsome prizes  are offered foi'-the best illuminated boat,  which, in common with the other prizes,  are to be seen in J: Dover's window.  .__. .P^v-Uu'M&tfS'';.^  ��;J-?.^hi^jW^|^Q^��jgvalWcd tit^i"'" '���*- *-��� "'"-^ "'���*'" ���"������ "'*  I   n.n    %'ifc   ��� -     D   "*.."D_r_V*n .PrflnJ'n.'n n "'.v..*5'   '   ��n r?��    ��   "_H,i'i  Tennis Tournament Entries.  The folloAving are the . entries for the  tennis tournament which begins this  niorniug:  Gentlemen's  singles:   J   Fraser a bye,  E. Wilson-''v. A. R. Barrow, F. A. Macrae  v. H. S. Morris, H. W. F. Pollok v. G. E.  C. Martin, W. H.; Dickson v. A. D. Sykes^  H.  Wilson |y:  C. Mi-chiba]d,-:H.  W- Rr:i  Mpore^VsiMSID; 3pnes,i-J2k, - Williaihsdia.��S"  ?nvr'"/$v-4<y-&.fl~i--^-^yK-r" w^ -�� y:yyi-?..u;tfyw-'S!Tyr��?;p  __,o"#s''_s*^fc����*fn'''.'i*!y��'i's����f'. iy,":"ii"'��,p%ypt"yy *��� f.-.yt *,  .f���rG.e_-tIeme_'!s^  .Hok._.iita'd?':Ej\^  Sl^^^esi^^  'fmhb'&xMtikcfip^  \Mil:F.^A"M'hicfMfy, -.. V�� - *". '���*"<*���*_-1�� - �� ��y. Y/sk<��**  ���.���*::*__xe_^Tf|jbij|iSS^  j EV-f.l;feHin"/-v*' jkrs:i-%ic3l��tijclson? iaiicl^;;  ?m^dm^^2miim ypm^^m^:  ^ickhia&^M^  aiidyF^A(:Mkefde2i"-" " "   "��� "*" ';1"" ���"  "' *" "  DISSOLUTION   IS  LOOKED  FOR  Salisbury Government Unpopular.  London, June 29.���Recent liberal successes in the bye-elections in two divisions of the city of Edinburgh .have  aroused fresh interest in iiolitical circles  in the position of Otho government. In  spite of the immense majority by which  lord Salisbury and his official family hold  office, it .is already rumored that they are  riding for a fall���in other words, that  they wish themselves to force the dissolution of parliament, in vicav of the undeniable fact that thoy are growing  month by month more into public disfavor, and that for that reason tlieir  chances at the polls this year will be better than two years hence, when lord Salisbury's reign, in the natural order of.  events, ceases.  The reasons' for this dissatisfaction  with the government are not far to seek.  Since Fashocla the government has scored  no success in foreign politics; affairs in  the far east are unsatisfactory; the  Anglo-Russian treaty missed fire so far  as the public is concerned; the Transvaal  affair iioav is thought to have been mismanaged, AA'hile many tories, even, are  uneasy at the introduction of the thin  edge of the protection Avedge by means  of the bill providing countervailing duties  for the benefit of Indian sugar.  In home affairs, too, several missteps  luwe been made. Among these the  sheh'ing of the telephone bill is generally  attributed to lobbying on the part of the  National Telephone Company, Avhose unfair monopoly was threatened by the bill  intended to put the telephones iu the  hands of the municipalties.  Then there is ; what is known as the  tithe-rent charges bill,Which the government is forcing through parliament AA'ith  indecent haste. This; lu'pposes to relieve  the clergy of the paj'inent of rates: oh incomes received from tithes, Avhicli is.  taken to be} equivaleht-to neAvly endoAy-  iug the churchto the. extent of ��100,000  a year."y The^ noh:c6nft?rmisji^ ^re^jiiitur  THE TOWN ANDJHE DISTRICT  Northern Light Group Sold.  The annual meeting of the shareholders  of   the   Bright   Prospects   Gold Mining  Company Avas held yesterday afternoon  in   the office of S. S. Taylor, Q. C,  at  Avhieh 230,000 shares out of 300,000 issued  shares A\rere represented in person or by  proxy.      The   principal   business    transacted Avas the authorizing  of the  directors elect to dispose of tlie company's  properties, Avhieh comprise the Northern  Light, Northern Liglit fraction, Northern  Light  exteusion and  the Turk, situated  on the Avest slope of Forty-Nine creek.  .'. Taa'O   offers   for the purchase of the  property Avere submitted from local syn-  dicatesj one of Avhieh Avas accepted, the-  terms to be announced later.  h The foIloAving Avere elected  directors  forSbhe ensuing year:    II R. Bellamy, R.  Reisterer, A. L. McCulloch,  II. M. Vin-  yincent, S. S. Taylor.     At a subsequent  meeting  of the directors  the  foIloAving  officers Avere elected :  S. S, Taylor, president; H. R.  Bellamy, vice-president; A.  L. McCulloch,  managing director; J.  C.  Dillon, secretary; C. A. Waterman, treasurer.  YMIR.  A. J. Campbell and John McDonald are  doing development Avork- ou the Sadie,  adjoining the Jubilee claims on Jubilee  mountain. Assays from the ledge, Avliich  is II feet Avide, averaged $6 in gold Avhieh  is considered --.most, satisfactory. Assays  from the Admiral Sampson mineral claim  two and a half miles froni town, gave  $1.S0 silver and $3.11 gold; a total of $_.91  from the surface. . ., ,  On the StemAvhider, situated on the  north fork of Sixteen Mile creek, OAvned  by C. Creamer, there are tAvo ledges 3  feet and '1 feet Avide, assays from, AA'hich  ;gave_$17.59.:;'::. ;;*...-'::-.,'.2 2y2y' :y:(yy'(y y(<:(  y Harry Jackson left,this niorning to do  deA'elopiiient Avork upon his claim upon  -Wnd^Hbrsecrej"**^  -   A nieeting of the trustees of the school;;  Jboai'dr tbokvplace  y^sterdg.*^  v jEhprthx^kp iffikkipj^e^yidry^akiss l��l_s"t:  ^ ,e\reiXii%"��� \vji.i"^h��� rpsuljie'd:.,dii-._Kels'0i,ii b-eipg*  ?pi|;t0tl: -agaihiMt *the. nine ft'^m �� tliE Blair  ..colleges.hx SpwUdue/and the wi^iiihg'teani  ��2\viil��� pfay oil wiili'Rioss^ftmte ; TlieSpo-"  kaiiij fealn "iv|ll be g6iiipb;sM;" ofrHaas c,,-  FaAvks^ and;, plfeh  p., "Fliiuigaiill?*)"$le-'  " l^pxikld 2bi,^e6ks 3b_, Gro|e ss., Ruther-  ^foMjrfc.lS'liihWl^l^  Tool_ .ag^ubsstitilte.     Thie Nelson, teamj  wliich thgy will meet, Ay'ilj be composed  of]. Gavprlpy *c., Rockerfield p., ParTtridge  '_bi3.^vt6rjt1;^>.?3%I\��^a-fcei;��' "��lb, Houston ss.,  Ki*_i_ei*sfc>t^'i^^|ilfe��;cS;, o^jd 'Moore If, Avith  Pliair  aiid,"Campbell   substitutes,     The  Rossland teani Will be composed of Holland ,e,, Pascbp,, A. Gibson; Ib_, Sullivan  2b;; W,^Glfeii Hb.} FitelxsS., Puhlmali ri,  Vaughn ef., iliid Slatterly.lf., Avitli Lyons  and O'Hara, as substitutes.   Each of the  te��anis is coufideiiit of ���Aviuniug and some  good ball niay be expected'.  . Personnel df Lacrosse Teams.  The Rossiand lacrosse team did iiot all  come in last night, but the teams Avill be  | eoiistituted praGtically as:-.follows ���  . NKLSONi  Goal...  1 fj5D. Black wood.,  |,v. *"��� .Lynch,   ���?r' AV.-p/Grfinfc'"  *i( Joe Thompson .  B. McS'icholl...  A. Jolfs.    XV. Howdon   A. Perrier ... .  W. JReeves   H. Hayer..../...  W, _ti'raaer.. ...  A. B. Archibald  D. AV. Huthei-rord\  ������ " :I), Hendei-son  .......Point,  ......Covdr ,.  .. ..lsl. dofencoi....  ...2iul."d fetice...  .. 3rd defence...   Centre., .v..   3rd home....   2nd homo....  ..'.��-..l'atf home*���   Outside..-..   Iimide.....  '} Spare men ...  ROSSLAND.  .W. Robertson  ...H. 15. Devlin  .... Jackson  .-.��� Scurry   O-Ueilly   McDonald  C. R. McBrido  ...K. Androws  .... _E. Harvey.   .... Vennor   G. AVhite   ..,H. Louis  '-  Entries in Aquatic Events.  The diraAV for the international fours  took place yesterday, and the English  creAV succeeded in clraAving the blank.  As the list of races is a long one the committee have decided to row off this heat  today. Accordingly the Canadian and  Irish creAvs will race this afternoon at  5:15. Tlie Canadian colors are maple leaf  and Avhite and the Irish, green aiid Avhite.  The creAvs are made up as folloAvs:  Cauadians.^rE. C. Wragge, G. Mat-  theAvs, J. J. Chambers, G. A. M. Young,  stroke, and Clarence Goepel, cox.  Irishmen.--*-J. Boyer, E. Maunsell, H. B.  Thomson, E. V. Thomson, stroke, and R.  Poeoek, cox..  The English colors are red aiid .white,.  Tlie -di'stahlfe AA'ill "_be "50. yjvrfct^  JTh�� rdeeptiou; iijoim  ioii day jcelebi'ati&n _%efc ��� last id"glit��a|i*d  tnaiicte fipal ;a^u\hgemeii"ts" for tlieI ree<|^���  ti&fi of the city's guests.   Liihch tvill be  provided at, the reception  rooms in "tliQ  Macetonalct block, at the Corner of -v^ernon  iind=Joi3ephiu:e^streets,=frQin7=l"to?3-prm^  Guests'  baclgSs   may be obtained - from  Mayor Neelands or Other members'.of the  reception   committee.    Members   of the  different' eommitjfcees   can   obtain   their  badges from the city clerk.  The Ymir delegation AA'hich arrived  last evening Avas forty strong. There will  be more from, the same' poinf today.  The members of the fire departiuent  AAdio AA'ill be s?worn in for special police  duty during the celebration ai-e: Joseph  Thompson, Al Jeff's, Fred Bradley, T. W.  Houston, VF. Pfeifffei') James Chaiubei.s,  George Steele aiid C. Archibald.  The New Denver lacrosse team will not  be able to tiome to Nelson* and so the  Rossland boys will be -the only competitors foi: the home team tomorroAV.  Tlie IrtAvn tennis committee' haA'e decided to begin their games this morning  at 10 a. in. instead of tohiOi-i-oAV.iu order  to insure the ties being played off in  time.  The city clerk has given notice to the  OAA'iiers of verandahs that project over  the sideAValk that spectators Avill not be  permitted on them during the games today and tomorroAV.  Tavo rooms facing the lake have been  engaged by the reception committee as  Avaiting rooms for ladies. Every accomodation has been provided aud a female  attendant engaged. The rooms are in  the Macdonald block, ou the corner of  Vernon and Josephine streets, and the  entrance is on Josephine street.  The miners desiring to enter in the  rock drilling contests s t for Saturday  are requested to meet in the office of Drs.  LaBau and Forin this evening at 7:30  o'clock.  The members of the Nelson gun club  are requested to be at the traps early  tomorroAV morning as the members to  represent the club in the team shoot will  be chosen.on the ground.  '^6icefKic^^v5rbTO.i4*|riii|j  " Siiec'ial.fco. ill 6|ljril_ ufe.   ^^i^^<��^^^V^J^^^Uf^S  ^kicl^affi^ii^  exceeds the whole capital ot all the joint  .or "rich men's banks," in the united  kingdom. Although the present high  price of consols makes the postoffice  s'aA'ings bank cost the nation a trifle  yearly, yet if its funds could be invested  in other stock than consols the loss  AA'ould be converted into a profit. It; i.s  hoped parliament avi 11 alloAV this, so as  not to discourage thrift by the threatened  reduction in the interest on the savings  of small depositors.  Harvard Won Easily.  Nkav London, Conn., June 29.���About  0:15 the Yale varsity creAv left the  float  oh  BroadvieAv closely folloAved  by  the  oarsmen of Harvard.     Ten minutes later  the men received their instructions froin  the referee's yacht and then  backed into  their  positions at the  start and   were  Avaitiiig for the Avord.     With extreme  caution  referee Mikleham  assured   himself that both creAvs AA'ere ready and Avith  the last warning, "Are you ready?" fired  the pistol Avhieh sent the  two  creAvs  off  in  the big  race of today.     The  creAvs  roAved as usual in flagged lines, the   blue  occupying the  eastern  course and   the  crimson the AA'estern.     Yale  caught  the  Avatei-   first   but ..Harvard   Avas   a   close  second and the tAA'0 eights started out on  tlieir long journey practically  on eA'en  terms.  The Nqav HaA'en creAv hit,a stroke  of 37 to ...the. minute, the .men of Cambridge pulling beautifully at 30. Harvard  contihuedat SGandYaledroppedherclipto  to  the   same., figure   and . Avith  perfect  rythme the  tAyp -������crews  fell,'iuto stroke  in. unison   AA'ith   rudders,  exactly  even.  Just   before   the    first  , half   mile   was  reached Yale seemed  to put^niore''power'  ���'into her stroke,  and .'-.gave the first intimation: Of   an .advantage.   :AtUtlie half  mile flag the nose of the blue shell AAras a.  trifle in the''.-'yah,   giving   Yale a lead of:  perhaps an eiglith'of a length.'��� ���:���      ,-^:���(('''  "Tlie first flag.^liad hardly been passed  when -HarA'ard" spiirted_;v Yale dropped  her stroke  oiie  point and -the :Hai-A'ard  boat_came; up onl.eyeh.terms. ^Shortly  iyftei-Avards Harvard;took thelead, which  FATAL ENDINGJDF AN OUTING  William Beer Dro*wned.  The first droAvning accident of the sea-  sou in Kootenay lake, near Nelsoii; occurred yesterday evening about one mile  from the city Avharf. The victim was  AVilliam Beer, a native of St. Australl,  CoriiAA'all; England. He AA'as a miner and  Avas 28 years of age.  Shortly after noon  a party of seven *  miners   hired   two  boats   at   Elliott  &  Hale's boat house and Avent out foi-"a  ioav.    In one boat Avere William Beer, T.  F.   Sloggett and A. Christopher; in the  other, Tlipmsis  White,  John  Merrifield,  Wm.  Tregiar and  Joseph Rodda. ���:��� The  party  roAA'ed up   to  the Florence  Park  Hotel  at Roberts'   ranch,. Avhere  they  spent the afternoon.    On the i-eturu trip  Beer Avas sitting in the bow of the~bbat;  ;  Christopher in the stern and Sloggett Avas  roAving. ~   Beer expressed a Avishfto x-oav  and  in  changing places  AAith   Sloggett(22,.  upset the boat, throwing all-three oceu-; r  pants into the water.     Beer grasped an; v.  par and managed to keep above Avater for  about five minutes.    The other two nien ;  men    cluiig     to     the     upturned    boat  until  rescued.     The   occupants   of   tho  other  boat were about  a  quarter of a   j  mile away Avhen the accident occurred  and at ouce rowed to the  rescue  of the  men.    Rodda reached for Beer Avho was.  struggling in the water, but missed hitiij.:'*���'-  and 'he 'sank and Avas seen  no  more:   Iii *  the  meantime oJohn  Walbey,  Avho  had  seen the accident from Collin s  ranch: oii A  the opposite side of the lake, had reached..((yy  Sloggett and  Chi'istoplier  &d ,assis*fed vv;  them into his boat.     A search party AA'as -,  instituted but as the 'place- where the :  body sank was iii the strong_ current, npy  trace of it could be seen. '  Beer has been in Nelson and vicinity;*;  for the past four years and was em- i  ployed as a blacksmith at the Ymir mine J  for. over a year. Since the first of Junef;  he has been working ypn his claim, tlie?!*;  Montreal, about half a '''.m'ilb^nbpye^theflfi  mountain siding on the; Nelson &'Fprt^<2  Sheppaid railway, aiid only cauie,;d^  to ;town yesterdayJor supplies.-:::y:yy]yv^fSalSI*^ L  .'.;.��� .'' Will ���Incfease/tlie;Coke'=.Outpu1*;'#r^*^��S  ���; .��������� : ��� ������������-������ ���������:���::���������:.���: .'������:������.:������������������.-. ������::..-.������..\.���::-'.:-.: ^y'iyyy^yyt  I Robert Jaffray ;pf Toronto, first: yiceSgi'tt^vlf  president and -managing director of;th^|^|||^__  Crow's;.': Nest^Pass/'CoarVCoinp-in  Nelson en route- to ;Revelstoke: ':;.^Mr.;'Jaff^f||||ji^|  ray states; that there -are :fif ty; cokiecovens yiMyyM  in full blast at the; mines riu Fci'iiieSand; ''-' '* ^*���*  * ysysy  sixtj^eiglit-nibrei lAvillffbe; ^adylearLysih;  ^ys&M'..  '"^tSfsfSl  be, arousing '-great audiguation.   - /This  iit'lastar-*:  4%$y^my  fi*omr,each/ Gom]^%uaut"5b * J5'Ul��  take tip his.-ase;.; The.'eofnplaiut.is thkfc-  the imuers, aa'Iio" ar^ m enforced ^leneg-s  "becajiSe' off thf, :sepmpli|.!aMbn^=".iii Atlin, ;  !���iui;ven'r "ixpi -'the''Anpudfyi^yphi xip. **&E\vO--  deleg%tions f^oiii "A'tfiu l-^rtiiye'&j lier'e "to?  day- $o rejnoiistfcate 'viri|h�� "the���;pri��v|npiat  governinjehl!?, 'tf^l-iefoiii /Msi?Xy.yM(iObiip-"ey1'  knd BfcltiunOn .l-eljitesentilfg theihiiiers'  inaSs meeting: CaptMh Laiigley* ahtl T)r.  Mujiljoe represeuii mereharits and citizens  of Ath'u city-     They will iiiibervieAy the  govei'iini.elit officials toiipri'OW.-  Report Denied in Montreal.  MoNTRBAr^, June 29���President Shaughnessy gives an enipliatic denial to the  report that the Gauddiali Pacific and  the Great Northern i-ailAArays had, arrived  at an agreemeiit AA'hereby a joint line  Avill be laid to coniieet with the Boiindary  Creek liiining camp of British Coluinbia  with tlie" Washington camp. Mr.  ShaughneiSsy added he kneAV absolutely  uothiiig eoiiceriiing the reported agreement. No coilfel.eiiCe bearing ou tlie sub--  ject lias been held Avith the Great JSTol-tlr  ei ��� to his kiiOAA'ledgej and lie thought tlie  story had been iualmfaettired out of  Avhole cloth.  :",AA5.hlcli|they31o^Rinuch **valuable;, litforinai  j.j6n:'io<-.n  SIL^ER-IG^  !; "PT.lie^_^b'Du_4yi.fi'tftie^s*s,_  A^Ql'kiiig-ei'eAV,'the wauageuieiit"haviiig  degideJdito"��putiou%tiil-e(|eigh  A.5Pa?."ofi0re ^yas ^hipp"etl;fi'Oiu "this pi'op-  ei-^;i*thiS;.>yee|:'�� and a:ii0tl|ei-". c*ar fe npw  b^ig^r^u0dyydO^h: ���Thi.pfp body-- Aiafi.  Wi'de**Sej|, 'ojifeplhe night shift *0i,i, Tflesday  kiibck^iiig dpi- oyer 200 slicks. - The one is  liroying to he very rich, botli native aiitl  i'llby silver being found iu nearly eyei-y  pieee being packed,      ��    -   .' ' ��  A" fOi-ce ofeig'ht men are doing'.outside  AArork atythe^^Einlly-Edith^uoji-    Men ai-e  Liberal Member Unseated.  St. Thomas, June 29.���The West Elgin  election protest trial resulted iu the unseating of Donalcl, McNish, the Liberal  member elected at the bye-election T-e-  eently held. He occupied the. sea.t,diiring  last session, but filed a disclaimer at Os-  goode Hall recently, admitting improper  practices by agents and l-esiguing all  claims to the seat.  Plying Fox Won Again.  London, June 29.���The Princess of  Wales stakes, A'alues at 10,000 sovereigns,  at NeAvmarket today, was: Avon by the  duke of Westminster's colt, Flying Fox,  the Avinuer of this year's Derby. Lord  Arlington's, Royal Emblem was second.  Tod Sloan rode Birkenhead but avus unplaced.   Revenge of Disappointed Office Seeker.  Miqitelon, Mich.j* June 29, ��� Mayor  James Balbiruie Avas shot and killed at  noon today by J. W. Tayler, a disappointed office seeker. Taylor then .swiil-  loAved some carbolic acid and fired a shot  through his breast. lie died \yi thin -a  few minutes.  "surveying i'orl^ie Wakefield flume whiclY  Will be 0000'feet long.  . Tlie Baltiiiioi-e employs nine men and  Several other properties are working  small creAvs. Altogether more liien are  Avorking here uoav than before the shut  cloAvn of the Four mill mines. Work has  recommenced On tlie Queek Fraction the  ShoAving grOAving better" every ship.  Another Andree Rumor.  San Francisco, June 29.���IL J. Baron,  formerly an eastern .leAvspapot man, has  written tlie foIloAving to tlie Associated  PresSi from Wrangel, Aliiskas under date  of June 21th: Information received here  a few days ago eonfiriils the story that  Andree, the Arctic explorer, is not dead.  A Noi-AViegan will be a passenger on tile  Rosalie, a Seattle boat bound for Skag-  Avay, sliowcd tlie letters supposed to have  been Avritten by Andree. The fetter was  found iu a sea bottle"which had been  Avashed ashore off the NorAviegau Coast,  and Avas dated May _tli. The latitude  Avas given as 74, degrees and the balloon  A\'as soineAvhere to the Avestvvard of Iceland, I am leaving the balloon and provisions. "Andree" were the wards  Avritten.         "  London's Greatest Bank.  London, June 29.���The laying by the  prince of Wales yesterday of the foundation stone of the new postoffice savings  bank building in Kensington dnvws attention to the importance of tliat national  institution, Avhieh has developed so rapidly. The huge present building in tlie  city had proved too small, so it became  necessary to move into tlie .suburbs. The  ueAv building stands on five acres of  ground and will accommodate."* 7000  clerks. The .8,000,000; depositors .'of this  "poor man's bank,", four-fifths of avIiohi  belong to tho.Avorking-classes, haA'e balances amounting to ,���123,000,000,. which  .Yal:ererQssed*.fehe>hue:in :2l��:13  f -" ."���} , ���;fl%-" ;*��� ly�����!.."��� - n - 'yc^i',  " T&MemSxy of Hug6"��Grolius;  "'B^lil^ne^^Oii^^e^  ! tile Aln^M^ah, :d,elKgai'tidn* ^it^lis^gUe'  ���. wfli: go'So'l#3f t* lpW<p"dsrtMi -& hp't<Sn1h""df  Ilii-go?;G^o|iiii%-*tiiQ|fatIi^  law, a!b^*^Sj|d^^r^*Mi55f IaiureJ^andW^  W'i'0.ught-;4'iii. ,s*d.^b.ii:.;Md^Vedr|ug';ij"esid;fes.',!\  su-'italile.". iuscpiiStiqu   "the   ax'm��   of   the  Netlieriands   and, of tlie TJuj-fed States.  To tlie ceremony AViJl lie invited the representatives .of the Nelhei'lailds goA'Gi'ii-  jjxejj:t,jul_]_tlit^iiimu.bei-Wof^  fereuce and the faeiiltj1* of the uniA-crsity  of Leydeii. The suggestion thus to  honor the .jurist's ineinoi'y came in the  first instance'-ii'o,m the president of the  Aiiiericaii delegation, Ambassador White,  and is being carried through by him AVtfeh  the aid of itll the American delegates.,  The pilgrimage has a two-fold object--  first, tp pay a tribute to tjie inomol-y of  GrotiUs, whose fatiious Wot'k o^ji peace  founded the Movement of which fche present peace; coo ference is the uattu-aJ fruit;  liiuh secondly, to recognise in this nii|n-  ner the courtesy and kindness Which the  goveriiiiientof the Netlieriands lias .shown  to the United States and other powers  avIiosc representiiti'ves are gathered at  Tlie Hague,  Candidates Nominated in Brantford.  JIrAntroiu), June 29.���Nominations for  the bye-elections in the Brantford mayoralty took place in the city luvll today.  Ex-Mayor Elliott was nominated by I.  Simpson; and Charles Jarvis and H,  Coekshutt by Dr. Digby and Dr.. Stanley.  Tlie others nominated withdrew. The  following gentlemen Avere nominated for  aldermen in ward No. 1 bi place of Mr.  Coekshutt: H. T. Westbrook, J. E. \Vat-  erous. A. D. Peasley, It. C. Robson, J. W.  Bowl by, D. Monaghaii.  be "Ui -.a. ppsiiioixitpysxvpply aihthe^pke^re,$  : .n U.ii.'i^d*b:y"the" Smei  ,:bia, ^-ud^-idso^hip. ,._,���-.,..._., .,   -   .    .,.  "]lity'fe"fee;^nited^isate��^"MriJ^  (SailSxltk, "apil q^]ife^e^^u^^^^^e^^��S^'.h  the "Volnjue .o^2b^ih^^p^^^^^^l^^  son b1;a;ueh.    .Tfift.-'n^S-tlily:^  Uuaaa.gpr ,shO,AvS>a" stekdj^th^  Jaoard of directors"hav"^"'tlie^fiiile��t "qo\i%*  deuce iii- the'.stability ���-of'1 "KoOtenayW ?.:^fe^  Blowing Hot and Cold.  Korfcy special jiolice have been savoi-u  in to protect the property of residents  from thieves during the days of the celebration, and at the same time tin-horn  fakirs and, gamblers have been given permits to SAvindle. and rob Ad si tors .who  come to See our celebration.  Shamrock Safe Again.  SoUTHA.\irT(>x,,June 29.���The cup chai-   =Mateli^B1ac.^rrfbg*��tM=Cd|*aifihia.', ��� 2"..."  Nkav   York,  June  _D, ��� The" yaclij.  iOoluinbia   will' Meet    the   Defender   qli  'Thursday,  July  Gfeb, pn  a thirty   iiiil��|  course.    The NeAV Yoi-lc yaelit clnb offers;-  a $250 cup for the  Winning  Vessel.    The-,  start wilt be off Sandy Hpok or S4ot]and���E���  Lightship, as will be s'lgmdied. . Tlfc";pi:6p'  para fcory signai -AViill be niadeitt iQihQ li. iii.8  Tlie starting and finishing lines will be  between n poiiit on, the flagship^���'Oorsitii^,  iiidieak-d by a whito .flag, and   the  mty'l"  mast-, of the  flagship   will ben ai   rig-hli  angles with the outAvard and Ironic? eoiit-se  respectively.,    .  THe Wrong Woman Mufflered.  'CmcACOf June SOW-Tlie trial of August Becker, the south side butcher,  ���charged with nuirderiug Mud then burn*  ing the remains of his Avife in order to  niivi'i'y a, young girlj caine to an abi-Upt,  end today, wherf it AVas foiuid that the  indictment named Mrs. Becker as Ejiiia-'  beth, whuii she sliould have been The.-  rese, Tlio applii'ation foi- the discha!.gp .  of the prisoner was refused and a new  indictment was ordered  to be di-aAVti up.  . Detroit Arrives in New Ifork.  Nkav York, June 29.���The. cruiser Detroit arrived at this port last night from  Bluefields, where she has been looking '  after American interests endangered by  the un.scttled state of Nk-nraguan politics. Tlie Detroit brought the body of  general Daniel McCauIey of Indiana avIio  died some time ago.  Guarding the Dreyfus House.  ���RKNxrcs, June 29 ���The house occupied  by Dreyfus AA'as guarded by gendarmes  all night long, and at daybreak these  policemen av ere succeeded by others, in  addition to a porter who keeps the out-  lengei-Shamrock, Avhieh grounded at Ioav 1 gates locked and barred. No one is al-  tide last evening, was safely got off the I loAA'ed to enter Avithout tlie express per-  mud today. 1 mission of Madame Dievfus. THE TRIBUTE:  NELSON, B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE 30,  1899.  Dominion  Red, wljite arjd blue bunting, and flags for decoration purposes.  A large assortment of boy's liqen, and ducK suits.  Ladies' white an,d blacl^ muslin blouses.   Just the thing for hot weather.  ;_   if  'i. 'i  ���_        K  $ J  1 '"���     X  !���-__ t  r-  111  I!  A. FERLAND cfr CO.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  Klliol. Block. Taker Street, Nolson  IE:  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  Baker Street, Nelson.  INCORPORATED 1670.  YUM  YUM  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS���Nelson   Lodge,  No,  2.**,  Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. 0. V. Hall,corner  Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  C. FRENCH. C. C. G. ROSS, K. of R. & S.  NKLSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. M eel s  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited. -.    ..  PEOFESSIONAL   CARDS. "  EWART & CARRIE���Architects.   Rooms 7 and S Aberdeen block, Baker street, Nelson.  MISCELLANEOUS.  WANTED���To rent a small 'furnished house or cottage.   Apply to A. F., Tribune olllce.  XXTANTED���Two-��� waitresses'  al,   the  Queen's Hotel.  ���V     Niiuc biit waitresses . need apply.    Mrs.   E.  C.  ���Clarke.  WANTED���To purchase, onthrce years'time al, fair  interest, a plot of land for building purposes, size  about 15(1x120 feet, distant within fifteen minutes walk  from postoflico.   Address Presto, Tribune ollice.  u��e��'ork.  WANTED  Apply to Mre,  A servant girl to do general liou��  . W. .1. Wilson, Vernon street east.  _. ������;;  Il  'i^"y.  ":��J_- .-p    ��� "n  if "Hi  &yj,v  [y����y  p a ��. ����  WANTED���House to buy or rent. now.   Six rooms and  conveniences.   Apply, .1. J. JM., Tribune ollice.  LOST���A black silk belt, with diamond pasto buckle  set in silver.   Finder will be suitably rewarded by  returning samo to The Tribune oflicc, Vernon street.  LOST���A K. of P. jewel.   $2.*> will be paid for its return and no questions asked, to The Tribune ollice,  Vernon street. Nelson.  LOST���In' Nelson on Monday, June 2(ith, a duplicate  delivery check book with name of P. Burns & Company nt top of each page.   Kinder will be rewarded by  returning same to the ollice of  the  company,  Uukor-(  street, Nelson. j *   =  LOST���Ladies Gold Hunting Case Watch on Tuesday,- .between Stanley and Latimer streets nnd  Ten dollars reward. Arthur Painter, Latimer street,  west of Stanley. ;  FOR RENT���One  cottage   on" Latimer  street,  half  block west of Stanley street.   All convenience's. ��ir.n0  a month. - Apply at Tribune ollice, Vernon stroet, Nelson.  _ _ J-  ?_*"��" Daily Edition -.. First Year,,No 151  ;��� i". Wkkkly Edition '....Skvbnth Ykar, No. 32  vf ��������� ���*���} ^���* ; ~~r   i��y     Whoever issued permits.to allow _aro,  ^;, klondyke,  craps,  black jack, and other  ^"sure-thing" gambling' games  to~be run in  y2tNelson sliould be held strictly to account.-  "^Sucli games are never operated bylionest  ^men,"' and - nearly   always   by .dissolute  "J"rounders, an element that the police have  f^been trying to  rid the town of for two  f^f weeks past.   What is the use of swear-  ^ing in special police to protect tlie stran-  .��> gers within our gates, wheu the very ele-  f =.::ment that the police are hired to=watch.  pSiiave ithe protedtion Of a lic<.nse ii|sti6.d by  " *the city atitliorities ?   Wliat is ^ tlie use  mines, and they consider it but just that  mines' which make fabulous fortunes for  their alien owners should at least provide  reasonable wages to the Canadian taxpayers avIio are .employed to work them.  Lest there sliould beany question as fco  the statement of Mr. Kendall with respect to the uniform richness of the ore  of the Slocan This Tribune publishes the  following extract from the pen of Mr.  Kendall, which appeared in the last issue  of tlie. British Columbia Review: "In  "most of the Slocan mines some very  " high-grade ore can be found, if only  "small samples be taken, but that, it  "need scarcely be said here, is not the  " way to judge the product of a mine.  " The yield of large quantities shipped in  " the ordinary course of business is the  " only reliable guide. The following  " assay results are averages derived from  " smelter returns relating to the quanti-  " Lies standing opposite the names of the  " diJi'crcnttinincs named in the table:  FRESH  CANDY  JUST  IN  Hudson's Bay Stores  West Baker, Street.      Telephone 13.  BRICK|_LIME!  Our first kiln of brick will be ready for delivery about  the Isd of Juno.   Call at our ollice for prices.  During the month of June wo will deliver lime in  quantities of twenty sacks and over at  60 Cents per 100 Lbs  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Baker Street.        T. G. PROCTOR, "Vanager  Gentlemen  HF  '���(=>.^.^. c^>.S'.g'. ___='..='.,��'. C^.CZ1'^' (^���^'&\&'&'(A'=3'(=''<3't=>'(=>'C^'C=>.(=2'(3'C=2't=2'&'&'<^'C=*.C&'C3'(=*  Fred Irvine &  B  SPECIAL SALE OF  B  A complete line of the above goods, which  which we are selling* at prices that -will mak^  it worth your "while to buy.* /  ffl  Silk Shirt Waists   /  We have a very choice variety in all shades of cdlcjpg  B  Cents Hats, Men's Ladies'and Childrens Shoes  B  B  B  Name of Aline  * Ions.    Ox.  per ton.  per cent  Payne    11.67:')  112  5(i  ."Whitewater ."   ..._".... 3,1510  _ 1'3  3'.  Uulh (galena)     1,010  105  05  "    (carbonates),..   _.. = !).*>7  , 18 '  25  Idaho......  i    l.ffi.1    *  152 (i  -  10 5  Alamo    .I.7S2  121)  Hi  'Slocan Star    :.: 1(1.012-  SO *  07  l.ntcrpri'.o   ,..'   1,0.11    -  177  "   -21  Kcco        1 1.00     -  230  3!l     l.liOII  il.-.  56  "This table  shows betfcei' than  many.  " wordsthohighly ai'gcntif'ei'Oiischaractei'  " of the Slocan ores. It includes' probably  " the highest and the lowest "grade _yet  " found., When we compare these results  " -with those obtained from the ores of  " other important silver-lead areas, the  " greater richness of the Slocan ores is at  '��� once evident."  THOMSON'S  Jit  If you want a natty, stylish suit of clothes for  spring and summer, I havo over 500 different patterns of Scotch- and English tweeds,   .  whieh I will make to your order, at. the low  price of : ' ?25  -  Black Venetians "make a nice ,suit for summer wear at .-. .524-  Black serge suits in sack or morning coat. .821  .   .    A heavy  Scotch  tweed,  nice  patterns for  business suit S18  h '��� Trousers at equally low prices. Kit and finish _  no better in Canada. Ladies' fine tailoring a,_  specialty. _ Clement block,,Baker street.  Stevens, Tl|e Tailor  Do You Want One?  Fred Irvine & Co.  mmm<  mmmmm  ->7*IC_?0_SI_e_   BLOCK,   _B_A._K:__1_=J   STREET,   NELSON*,   _B_  ?���(=> ��� (S>-(=}'(=>'C=>'C="&���&>'<=?���.��=>��� __>��� C=>'  ?'e=>'c=2't=*,'  -e=>^��S'  mm*  B  B  B~  B  If you want a-stylish perfect fitting suit, made of the  best cloth ever imported ' to" JNclson, leave your order  with me. %-  Six hundred dollars worth of now goods now waiting your inspection.   I guarantee satisfaction or no sale.  "fSrvtEipress to anilouiice "tESfH-Pity  special} jb61ice have: been sworrii ia to  watch "thieyes. when the thieves are  given permits to rnil games by which  the unwary jire always robbed?  I*  If"  .J. D. KeN0a^i_, who is probably tlio  _  best informed milling man who has vis-  itest, the Slocah, is doing the union inin^rs  of that district signal service by Ms writings to the Loudon ill ining press.    It is  (loiibtfill if there is a single iiliiie manage!* in the Slocan wlio will undertake to  question either Mr. Kendall's knowledge  of the mines of the Sloean or the honesty  of his statements with respect to them.  This being so, it will be necessary for the  mine ofvvners of the Slocan to amend their  StOry that the closing down of the mines  was Occasioned by the inability of the  properties to   pay   the   union   scale of  Wages to the miners  employed in their  development.   Prom the gross tonnage  Mi*. Kendall produces "figures which demonstrate that the ore from the Slocan  averages 125 ounces   silver  and  45 per  cent lead, which at present prices gives  an average value  of over $113.25.   This  being so there   is   no -wonder tluit the  union miners of  the   Slocan have the  moral support of the merchants and business men of the  entire  district in their,  efforts to preserve a fair wage for their  labor. They are beginning to realize that  the  amounts   which   are   disbursed   for  wages in  the   operation   of tlie mines of  the Slocan is  the   sole  benefit wliich the  pX'Oviuee or the district derives from such  A Special Line of  Cibtii Bound  IK ATTRACTIVE BINDINGS  AM. POPULAR AUTHORS  OFFERED AT  SUITS $25 J. R. WfJAY  Nelson's up-to-date Tailor, next Ivootenay Co/lee Co.'  Fine Ordered Clothing  We have a flnb assortment: of woolens always_  ^====onfha'nd^iG;jobds=made=iip=at=tlie^*_ii"6rte!_trpps~  siblei notice.  .As everything is kept and Jiiiwo  Charles A. Watepman & Co.  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  HEAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  FIRST DOOR WEST BANK B. C. BUIIjDING.  on the premises, satisfacoipn is assured.  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON  D.   J.  GSNERAL broker.  Lots for Sale  3500 will purchase a choice residence corner, 100 by 120  S210U will purchase a central lot and residence.  $100 will purchase two nice lots and shanty.  $2000 will purchase two nice lots and cottage,  33000 "will purchase four nice lots and: residence.  Buy Fairmont IhiireJ. for.a ri��c.    ..  5000^11 tiica__i*tt_2 cents -1  .���'   Have just received, a consignment of.'Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, ��� Scotland.  SPECIAL ATTENTION,, FBBD,. mm Mep k Selson  The Bupply Is limited, so call early and examine this stock. '  H. D. Ashcroft  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  0?__!XJ__!_?__-.*_o_5��r__! '  35v'.  During the, seasmn wo will' deliver ico nt priWato residences  and business houiscs daily In any-  desired quatitit/y at casonrable  prices.'  (  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a flmt-class  wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds ot ropairing and  custom work from outside points.  Si-op;   Hall Street, betweei] Baker and Vernon, Nelson  Turner & Boeeklv block, Nelson, Iii C.  Tbomsoii Stationery Co,, M  3sr_Efi_so--<r, b. c.  Ittfluenced"I:  By price alone in your drug buying. 'Looking'"'  well to quality means satisfactory results���means  .securing the remedy that best fulfills the purpose  for which you intended it. Purity, quality, safe-  faction, are lirst considered here, but always a  price that makes the purchase an economical ono.  A price that means something to you.. One package of our  FIRE, LIFEi ACCIDENT AND SICKNESS  _:_sfs:cr_aJ___src__j  feBAL ESTATE AND LOANS.  TO LET���Several houses of <lli_*creht sii.es.  FOE SALIfl-lleal estate il> all.parts of the city.  ROOMS AND OFFICES  APIT..Y     ���   '   ���  J. LAING STOCKS, Secretary  At Ollice of tho Duncan Mines, Limited.  IXKKoom House, centrally loentefJ, |280a  " - Q--RQ0iy Cottnge and 2 Lots on Oarboniitc  street, .f 1400, easy terms.  5-llooin House on  Stanley street, $5100.  TEAlViStERB  AGENTS FOlt  H. WILLIAMS,  Customs Broker  Celery  Herb  Tea  BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!  FOR SALE OR HIR10  W. J. ASTL.EY & CO.  Boats built to order.  ialty, "   mended.   At Government wharf. Nelson.  Repairing and fitting a spec-  Sails made and rigged.   Fishing rods and tackle  will make one quart of the host spring tonic on  the market, and is unequalled for all Llood, liver,  stomach aud kidney troubles, and the price is  25 CENTS  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  r_,i_M:x_?_ii_D  Comer of linker and Stanley Streets. Nelson  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josophino and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MBALS AT ALL HOURS. DAY OK NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  _R-     _HrXJ_=J_=-"_T,     PROPRIETOR  J. L. VANSTONE,      I  Miltcs and Mining Stocks  REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL AGENTS  FOB   S.A.L.E].  ��� .���W " :   ~- ...  Two "lots with two-story, house on Latimer  street, near Josephine'..  $1800  Terms:   $1200 cash,,balance ou mortgage.  Sixty-acre ranch, nine miles from city onlako  *    shore /. ...,.....?1000  One-half cash, balance on mortgage.  __.o__-_sriS  Ou loan conditions are the cheapest and best  'Offered. You can repay at any time without  bonus.  _A.a-E__>T_-S   "FOR  British Columbia Permanent Savings & Loan Company.  Globe Savings & Locn Co., Toronto.  iisrs*o**R_A._isro_-r  Fire, Life, Accident, and Sickness.  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oil Co.  Washington Brick ai^d Liqe Co.  The H. W. IVJcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian Ar*t_ira-  ci'te Coal (Hard)  _______ 'S-yQ^-WOiQ>_P  R. REISTERER & 60.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  DRAYING and  EXPRESS  I  Merchandise..hauled" to, and  Mjin dopots; blis*  nipets alF'triiihs" aiid .Mits.u'''Spcci(U>,oi'ttQ'ntii6n''  =giveiWto-thc-tran^for-of^,l__.ggafeo.^Ofllc��'7ah_=  stivbles oh yi_.ri.io_i stroeti ispposiVe The Tribune.  - " nesls'on, p.: &  We are receiving daily direct froiii  the growers -onsignments of SfcraW-  ���bem_&, Cheffies, JBiiiiaiiiiSj ��ranges,  Leiirioiis, etc. Send us your  standing ordersi  The *Tra_i�� Only Supplied  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS" OF GREEN FRUITS  Prpmpt and, regular  .   diilivery to the trade;  Brewery at Nelson.  GAMBIUE <Sr O'REIl^U V,  Baker Street West, Nelson, B. C.  Agts  For Sale  H. C.  N1CICEL-LM-THE-SLOT  CAUL MACHINE'  PEICE .12  Apply to  CUMMINS, Bodega Cigar Storo.  ~sxr_ __e_. I?,0_BI__NrSO_I_T  (Ex-Shorilf of South Kootenay)  GENERAL AUCTIONEER  Cash advanced on consignments of merchandise. _  PostoHice Box 572 Nelson, B. C.  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres of land -within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.   Por further  particulars apply to  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,   Nelson,   B.   C.  Nelsbn Iron Works  MAJfUFACTUBEKS OT  BNOINESj BOiL-_K.S. SJSAFTING, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY l>BSCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.       P. O. Box 173.  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.-  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent.  BOARD AND ROOM  First-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner  Ward and Carbonato streets, in rear, of English church.  Heated by steam. Table board $j, room and board $5  ind $5.50.  A collection of flne Belgium Canaries for salo.  J. V. O't-AUGHLIN.  Parsons P^rodupe Qo,  ... Nelson, Bi Q.. .. .  ,  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  The only restaurant in the city  employing- only white cooks.  Merchants' lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner from 5  to 8.    Short orders   at   all   hours.  George Holbrook  City Scavenger arid  Chimney Sw6��p  Prompt attention given to all ordorH left at M. Bos-'  Brisay & Co's, Baker street, Nelson.  ,*_��.fcT.,_ ��>^- THE  TRIBUTE: KELSOK, B.C., FRIDAY, JUNE-30,��� 1898.  BamofIontbeal  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,    -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LOUD STRATHCONA AND MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. OKO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  E   S. CLOUSTON ...GeneralManager  THE BANK OF  NELSON  _isrE!__.so_sr bbanoh  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.       BRANCHKH IN       LONDON (HnflTland),  NEW YORK,  CHICAGO  and in tho principal cities in Canada.  tiny and .sell Sterling KxchanKC and Cablo Transfers  GRANT COMMKKCIA- AND TKAVKI_T_KI18' OKKDITS,  available in any part of tho world.  DRAFTS 188UKD    COLLKCTIONS MADB; KTO.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CLIRRKNT RATK OK INTEREST PAID  PABIS   STYLES   TO   DATE.  Dressmakers of Paris are commonly  accused of forcing the female figure into  the forms of prevailing styles, and of being the primal cause of all the ills brought  about by the tight lacing of foolish women. Since time immemorial women  have hated and fought the advent of old  age, wliich makes its first advance in the  restriction of the symmetrical lines of  beauty in the female body by increase of  fatty tissue and consequent embonpoint.  The desideratum of every self-respecting  woman, therefore, is to hide these telltale raA'ages of time from the outside  world, and the use aud necessity of the  well:fittiug corset is sufficiently demonstrated. A well-fitting corset always  conforms to natural lines, and nowhere is  this indispensible article of feminine attire given more careful study thaii in this  emporium of fashion���Paris.  Parisian corsets are constructed with a  view to hygiene as well as appearance,  as our model by Mines.  Blanchard  and  Dodane, who excel as corsetieres, shows.  It is made of fine lavender linen (a very  sheer fabric of silk and -linen),  with a  foundation of heavy large-meshed net to  give it more firmness, and is particularly  adapted for warm weather wear.   The  whole corset is cut oh the bias, which  makes it exceedingly supple, and the bias  hip  portion which designates all French  corsets, is boneless 'and' perf ect in, fit, allowing grace and ease in every motion of  the body.   The 'front steels are soft and  ���springy, but firm enough to suppress any  undue  prominence below '*the waist line.  Creamy* lace and  beading,'drawn  with'  lavender baby ribbon, lends a dainty appearance to these reeommendable stays."  The dressy underskirt which accompanies the corset is made iu strict accord-  ance'with the mandates  of present fashion.-  Ifc fits rfche J figure tightly by means  of darts  and gores, and  closes with tiny  buttons in the side seam of the front gore.  The yoke as well as the serpentine flounce  is of pale lavender _ silk,  and  additional  flare is"insured by pleated ruffles of lavender liberty silk, edged with'tiny ruches of  the same sheer material! wliich also fas-  ten  the   ruffles to/ fche silkj foundation.  The shortness of the 'petticoat is a uotice-  * able feature of the present fashions; and  a "practical one.as well, since the trailing  length of the dress skirt means ruin to a  delicate underskirt  by its sweeping contact with dusty streets���indeed, the total  abandoning of the ^underskirt and the  wearing of silken lace-beruffled knicker-  , bockers instead is a project which has for  |__some_time-been-practieally��� entered-upon  by women of-taste and fashion.  White pique is a -Jong lived faArorite  which occupies the ingenuity of the dressmakers "with each new approach of the  dog days. This year it has left the accustomed realm of washable gowns and  has entered into 'various combinations  with other materials, which are very chic  and novel, but which renders it foreign  to the renovating processes of soap and  water. Our second cut represents a very  stylish ��bwn, designee, by Ddueet, of  AVliite pique, cdmbii-i&d. with black surah  sijlc polka dotted With. Aviilte. There is  an unlined underskirt ;0'f 'plfyua goredand  flaring belfrw arid tight above, which  closes at the back* Oyer this falls a  graceful tunic of pigue^rouhded in front  to show the skirt beneath. The back is  very tight below the wfl'isc line, but flares  considerably below the .knees arid reaches  iii sweeping folds td the hem of the skirt.  A serpentine flounce of black surah covered with large white polka dots, trims the  tunic most effectively, beginning with a  slender line in front and growing gradually wider as it reaches the back. The  bodice has a tight, sleeveless lining of fine  white' eainbric, covered in front with a  vest of shirred rose moiisseline de sole.  The back as well as the jacket effect in  front is of pique* and a dainty turn-over  collar of white guipure over white silk  forms the finish at each side of the vest.  The black surah serpentine flounce continues around the bodice with charming  effect. The high stock dollar is of guipure-covered -yvhite silk, arid the unlined  sleeves are of white pique, and finish over  the wrist in a pointed cuff. The large  poke hat which accompanies this novel *  costume is of white straw, and the wide  brim is faced with black straw, and is  finished with' a tiny niching of black  moussel ine; de sole along the edge. The  roses and black velvet ribbon, which also  Is r*ow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlir-, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yu^oq District.  forms the strings and  ties in a large bow  and streamers under the chin.  The unique hat of our third cut is from  the ateliers of Sarah Meyes. It is of  heavy yellow rice straw, and the brim is  faced with shirred yellow tulle. A profusion of black velvet ribbon and three  heavy white, ostrich plumes form the  trimming.      _^_  There Was No Lawsuit.  One of Detroit's citizens, who has plenty of this world's goods and likes to cut  just as wide a swath as he can while going through the world, spends a part of  every summer up in the northern Michigan village where his wife used to live.  He dazzles the eyes of the natives with  his magnificence and is a big voicecLora-  cle on every subject, receiving attention  from the townspeople.  Last summer while'up'there he had a  suit of clothes badly damaged in a swamp  he foolishly attempted to cross and ordered a new outfit from" the village tailor.  The citizen found cloth to his liking, gave  the tailor measurements as taken by a  Detroit artist in this line, went over fashion plates with him and was so generally  fussy over the whole affair tliat every  man, woman and child in the place knew  that the Detroiter Avas having a mighty  particular piece of work done by the local  knight of the goose.  The suit completed was so tight, that  the ;weai*er couldn't Avink without parting  a seam. He huried to the tailor's with  blood in his eye and talked so loud that  he soon had half the town for an audience. He demanded damages that were  indignantly refused. Then he fumed the  more ferociously and wound up by an-  nouuein g that he would commence suit  at once.   <-  _ "Go ahead," shouted the angry tailor.  "Sue away. You give me them Detroit  measurements, didn't you ?"  "Of course j did, but you're too much  of a jay to understarid." '  -"Fire away," whooped the tailor.    "All  ll'm achin for is to git you into court.    I  -kin  bring  100  Avitnesses  to��� prove that  you're a durned sight bigger man up here  - than you ever Avas in Detroit."  There Avas- no lawsuit, * and the citizen  has been in a comparatively suppressed  state ever since.   '    _ -  Figures With Fingers.,  Hold your hands "up before you, palms  oufcAvard, thumbs at an acute angle. Begin on the left. Little finger I; little  finger and ring finger II; * little finger,  ring finger sCiid middle finger III ;.all the  fingers of the left hand IM; and the hand  and thumb at an acute angle-form V. Iu  place of the IM you-may use tlie fourth  finger1 from the left, still'holding the  thumb at an'acute angle, and you Avill  have IV. "Now pass to the'<��� right {hand.'  Holding the thumb and the hand at tlie  same angle" as before Ave have VI; by using the index and the.middle finger Ave  get VII, Avhile the thumb and the three  large fingers make VIII. Noav join the  two V's made by the thumbs, inverting  one, and we have X, or 10. Then use the  _X-\vifcli-the-lasfc-little-finger-before-it audit Avill give IX. The combinations fol-  loAying X' are obvious. The' forefinger of  the left hand, Ayith the thumb at right  angles, imikes a perfect L; the little finger of the left hand curved toAvard the  thumb makes C, the initial of centum  (100), and so on with the hundreds. Noav  join the two thumbs Avith the forefingers,  or tAvo V's inserted, and you have the  hieroglyphics complete.  Bible Truths.  Tlie contented hxan is often a man Avith  AvhOm all his kinsfolk ai'o discontented.  "VVlieli it riiau is hell pecked, even the  Avomen who Avould treat'* him the saint*  Avay feel sorry for him.  The Avoman Avho tells you a secret  kndAvs in her heart that you can't keep  it any better than she could.  Criticism is an indiscreet acknOAvledg-  ment that life's Avorries have got the better of your cheer and courage.  Man is kriowii by the company he keeps*  Woman is knoAvn by the companies she  has Avhen she entertains. v  There is a current prejudice against  housecleaning, but every real Avoman  likes to tie her head in a toAvel and stir  tilings up from garret to cellar.  It is more blessed to give thai! to receive, especially Avhen your cook makes  better straAvberry shortcake than that  sent over by the Avoman next door.  Athletic Accidents.  It is a difficult task to lay down a rule  for the prevention of "charley horse,"  the springing of tendons, -ripping of ligaments and. other such accidents to which  all athletes are subject, says trainer  M^apny of the university of Pennsylvania. Condition has a great deal to do  with it, but it is as frequently caused by  ruts and other imperfections in the  track.    In fact,  Avhen games are held ou j  a poor track there is generally quite a  list of such accidents. It must be admitted, hoAvever, that "breakdoAvns"  seldom occur among the members of a  properly, trained team. A trainer who  knows his business does not alloAV the  muscles of his charges to become dried  up from overwork. In that condition  the men are likely to go up in the air at  any moment. Sprinters are the most  frequent A'ictims to these accidents. In  training a sprinter I nurse his speed  rather than force it. A man should seldom be sent along at top speed for 100  yards. A feAV 20 and 30 yard dashes  and an easy furlong or quarter each dtiy  is the proper training for a sprinter. At  the slightest stiffness or pain he should  be rested up a day or two. In fact,  knowing the proper amount of Avork to  do is the Avhole secret of sticessful training. When a long distance man breaks  down, the case is generally more serious.  Absolue rest is then the only remedy.  Allowed ��4000 for Storage.  London, June 29.���The British steamer  Balmoral has been aAvarded ��4000 for  toAving the British steamer Lokoja into  anchorage with a propeller gone, Avhile:  bound from Galveston for Havre. The  Balmoral arrived at London on June  24th, herself disabled, having had her tail  shaft broken.  FULL LINE OF  The Tremoiit Hotel  MALOJIE & TRECILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Keadquarters for Miners and Prospectors  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ������^__^_.  *���_*_& ���_2_>'<_.��  3*"*"__2-'<_l'c*23',:  !'*Si��_iS~?'_l____^i_^___s"'r  A*_=_i-r*"__'^__3___. __**w._i  B  NINTH   CELEBRATION!  NELSOFS GBEAT ANNUAL  ALWAYS ON HAND  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  PEEK'S HOUL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  ��� X.-o  ���B  Visitors will please remember that in addition to the $3500 put  up for sports, there are various other prizes not on the official  programme which are open to all.    Call at  MARTIN O'REILLY & COS  Store and see the staple and fancy goods in all the latest makes  and sha��des.    Prizes which can be carried off by every visitor.  Ladies' Beady-made Top and Underskirts.  Blouses, Wrappers, "Waterproofs,  Umbrellas, Parasols, etc.  See them and Celebrate. -  ffl  'ffl.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large comfortable bedrooms and   ttrst-class 1 dining  room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.  BATES   12   PEB   _D__--T  I MARTIN O'REILLY & CO. f  ���� BANK OF B. O.  BUILDING. NELSON. ..TEEMS   0_-_-S_EC .ffl  Uk���-/������ -. * ������. v ': / ��� ������ .-*. :(M-  ym\  ~:&Ae&&^^eZ:.��Z��A.eZz��LieZi����LGZiG��  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and.coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  . ;., ���''���Rough 'and' yy  Dressed Lumber   *  ay:h ��%-j"..'."- "'���**�����y^'yot%ii,'kiiid$isr'yjfl,:"^'i,y.y *_'"/". >.���*'��� A  if;%hji e^you'.w���n t:;is"i\p^^^^  ?c y* ?$ s fiy^y^f^"-^m~"yj$"y y- ^yy^yyj^  "���~-..&���*?___.*_.."__*���___�����>"- ��^#_i j,".-"y --p .-ji>.���*,". A��w.j"'"��"s.i���*  ^a^#.^'"i*MltS!5i_!_��flfllI_^_rtliS  Kirs. E. C.  5  Late of the Royal' Hotel, Calgary,  ?6=.@<_C.*iC.��5-  .*_Ji*4__,-'.>_J*>"S'%S^,"S;^�� ���JsT*^*^' *_T;*2S^^��*_r',��i^i*S'C5,%5  P. Burns * Co.  WHOLESALR   AND   RETAIL  If; D. HUME, "Manager.  The finest hotel In the interior.      ������  Large sample rooms.' Steam heat anil electric light. *  CORNER OF WARD AND VERNON: STS., NELSO>f  feJcKAIl_;ES^ILIi_pR,1 r&HAR^t^-Ho-_^fb:NSI  ^x^x^&y&;^y4?.^y^?2y  Madden House  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON        ;  : The only hotel in Nelson .that has reinairiod under one!  ,_ managoMnt\!lric#l-^^^^^  ^SThfe* b.cd?r6omsJare"vwell^fi-rniRHed^  ihsiisBbt^^^'^^'^^i'i&'^s'^^Lz'f^i :y��2yyyK'iip"^"i'"y.  "iW.The.dffling^roomjisnoKsecondtoanyiinSKootenay^...   ;  ^_^.t   flDt*   -oD.-TflV   ,*_ . I....,.-  ^���^'.^-������-      "ViS^'-^'-lil^   *_Sb"-_.D>^'   '^��.1-_-n.   *non  m-o   iJ.P  $ TnebardiSialways.stocked'flytno-pc/mX^domestic andy  feiffiportedsUquors"'an'd^cigart:A{^"JBS "s���Ds> ;-���:��^.">����^��;).��d.'-s  ' yfyfX S*?l5s;lX��f?53*?^^^^PJ^^P^^'-^  "ii^kig'STind :B*wolT4ighlei��fe,^���$ ��'a�� fy. vHoa.ea.aiy;-.Sotl'ai.:��i|  ^Reas'oriablo.rate's.^'^iiff.T "   ���'*���;." .;��� *;'LSan_ple -ixioniSj  ���"' ������'"." ^9��Electri&bells"_ Snda ligh't'"i!i* eypry/fooiay -,��;��.=��. "__%"��  ^ ���"*���" wR'eiloyatedian'd 'ref urnish*ed*througho_i t -.1% 4& * ��� __���  Meat Merehantl  Wholesale Markets at jlelson, Rossland, Sandon and Creenwood.  ���yyy 2 2. RETAIL STORES AT "::;2-':''-:%']y:VVyW]  'Nelson,  Trail, Ymir, Kaslo, NewDenver, Sandon, Silvertony Cascade  City, Grand Forks�� Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar. ' 3;  promptly fobwarded tjead Office, Nelson, B.C.  ���y:xm  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTEDeMEATS  i^:ssF|i^ilpsi��0,l|p^H^ji^jg*^^  1    --       ,    . ..   .   nn,^,  *. ���n _nn    _������     j,   _.    ft   (.n     ,.   ^nK__-fl  D .p,  h"n$' & ������ nPS*1 n. n^la. ft   Q^D*V.    n > n *0fl, n���-u     ���nu'ttl-'"0  u'..-.T;K*Wl, _S.-'. - -^ "���.._,. ji    .   ...I..,       ...   'ym\  yy:.yy^yyyy��^l  '"S:^5SS^'J?,;':   fe  yMy^sf"'"'"'"'"^'"^  '&y(M\  ,   (y "i&S"ioM*pi*mml "s���-*,"���yy,.  i_l"a.1"l_i*_:  ���luiiih^  "'v"^iiie:#dM&L^SH'rMdketa' ���"  plCTOKV^OhfeDO_*7��>p!i6BDrKh,!  Scroll Sawing ';"  Warclrpbes  GerteiraHJoInery^Worlr  ���  IN* STOCK  Glass of all Sizes and Kinds  _'l^eib.unBJifieetst_U^ |*j_  "'Hp_*^:-__tMet'OOT;tdtslaH6n^\'iffl  "*'wfe_VG,nttf__*'odifrn-^  ,.ku|||8;arri vi:ng'^l)"d;de -�� 1 ������; n: ^ ��.y  1G0KKEE'."iROASTERS��"-_iKP"-:|)E^LERS* '^ti&TE'/S:  yi. .*** y^yyiy. .{f-��^p- [domE^-y :%$$$'���> '���(.{- ��:  j.��'iSi'-V;VI'' ���' ��� fl.."].;.-".^ ffl" %Ji-."y.. ��� v "*" "-yd'_�� "  " i  .���.Offer fresh*Roasted?_coffee,'_ot ;beBtf-gui-lity-foAyfoUpws �����  Ti'^D:^'_._a/Dii __.-^j_i0i.^.-nV_^_'_i. ^.^^���^..^Si1- "��� -' na_"nnD. ,    y,a o-.-.tti  ...,. $y*i  .���.��..;-.,..,,_. 'i'.-0o,  , ,.;:.;.'.."..".,.  li'QOJ  .!"!/..".���_";&,. *i*_-*ooi;  ��Ja>jaivand^A"rabiataMacha,.'per��i.6undt  tJava and^MochaJBreVd.ia pdurids..."' " "  :^in'e,8Uiitas2,&poiidyi,,,.'iy:y'ii-,...s.',s,  )Sahtos*Bloi_d,^ospo.unds,..........��.....  O.iii?Spcciiili Blend;..6 founds _.?. �����,...  0���ur��R16 Roast,'1!6jpoulids.".(i..,,.....  ���  ��A"trfai;��ndi^o)fl_Sliditecl.  ���  Salesrooms;' 2 'DSor^'Jasf;'6f�� ^Odd*fello*��ys "Blob^J\West-  ���      *;BakerwStseet  Sawmill'bn" Government'wharf.  Factory and ofllce, corner .Hfall street and C.jP.R, track,  WILL DO .WELL TO  A*  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A largo stock of flrsfc-ciass- dry material on hund, also  a full lino of gash, doors/ mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECJALTy  Yard:  Foot of Bendryx street, Nolson  Telephone, 91  ETER H-lliLE & E  Headquarters for  FIRST-CLASS BUILDING MATERIAL  AVe make a specialty of  Sl|ipiap aqd Double Dressed WJaterial  Good Dry Rustic and Flooring  Offioo and yard near C.P.R. depot*  E. G. BEER, Agent.  GOAT RIVER LUMBER CO.  CREST0H, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  All sixes of dimension timber and all kinds oflmnbor  out to order, and shipped to Nelson in carload lots  Write for prices. .  GM^TtEL MORTGAGE SALE!  OPSAW^Jtl^EtCi.BY'PUft .  Notico is .hereby given tfiat *e willsoll bypiiblic aifC'  tibii'iii frdntof'the court house, in the (Jity of 'Nolsoil; ft.  C.on Monday, the, 10th dayof aiily, A. PililK), at the  hour of eleven o'clock in the forenoon, the follo*w;iiig  goods and chattel's:  (1).* The sawrivill building aiid buiUliug_!,'uKcd incon-  ncction (herewith, situnitojltSSalhlo'i If.'Q.,and knowYias  the property of Frank Lavin.  ,  *(_)_��� AH siiwinilli planiiigiUill, and si .inglcii.ill inacliiii-  'cry and' plant therein "Bit;uato,ihclhdin^t}piief,aridongiiie,  aboutH5i!l_orHC power, witfcpu.np aiul nil toolsimd supplies iihcj all carper, ter .and blaeksiaitli .(.oalSjUppliiiiiGe.*-  'ti'iid supplies, and tranvwa.y; (md fr&m ��vrs for- darO'lng  liiiiiber. iill Situate in and around thte^ttidHftwiiiiUibuila-  ihg, Also a logger's outfit,' cenisisling of sleds; trucks,  train eliailis, axes and other toolSniidimippHet'.  " (3). Alsfo two spans of ftroy hpri"6s'; used lib tliO sawtnill,  Also the two KGtsof douijlo teaiii harncfiH uSed'witli the  said teams.  All the above goods and chattels have been routed and  taken possession of by Harvey M. Paulson. fornlcHy bf  Ballard, in the state of Washington, now 6f Salnlb. 11. C.',  under two conditional* bills ofsalfi, one di.tod thd-lOth day  of January, A. I). 18JK), '[6^��.urD"'$l_7%_3, given to one  AmiaK. Paulson and assigned to Harvey M. Paulson, the  other dated tlie ,50th day df*May, A. 1). I8!)9, to secure  $061.23, imd also 'under absolute bill of sale givonvaH  security to Anni K. Paulson and tr.insferred to the said  Harvey M. Paulson. Upon which two conditional bills of  sale there remains a biltlaiiqe duo of $1714.12, and the said  goods and chattels will be sold to sat isfythcrivid,balance,  and all costs, charges, expenses and disburtfeinente of  said seizure, possession and sile.  ��� A full inventory of all articles will bo produced at tho  time of sale. .  y t  Tortris cash:  For further particulars apply to Tay or & Hanniiigton,  Aberdeen block. Nelson, B.C.. solicitor., for mortgage,  or to    OHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO.. Auctioneers.  Dated 27th day of June, A. D. 18!��).  mSNJ&SMStitffi^  -��� .:*SS��.r*��*-v-|  ��� Pi' ifl*nnncl  y/y-.  %^Mz  ^!_i^^;^j^^jg^;|.^l^^  epj-"    1�� ' 3   'n   iP''^2^ a"c"    ���'fn'i^p'  l"n      n     "^^fd  ���yy  !U^^dEjffli?!<rB0BEfi^*3QSrG^e*^I:lMa*^  _;.,. iyy*fi^��fiJ.,.y^j..;X gy  Q1;./*S-��"/* ��t'."��'> *^'_*'g-*'''*iPi_.^''-**'l  ;>��"?����?.,����**��  -...".. ".."��� .'���,. n-^*     csgs^"-__*T-__'_^s:c_��i^; .'&.:ck  Is fidiwiprejoarfed:. 16 buy all classed of si Iver,; gold;;Bsi fyesilflekSf.-lxia^ari'  epfiper dr^s>i;'^hn���"rftnafefuH3'Jte.hlloiti��� ^venyipylargeic$nt?a6t^yi\\^  W=thW(��tmlleff^Hlpppr.   Pr;ornpt/settlemerits art^^GhbieSfof :i^pdiSvQf!S|^p|?:'  ing guaran|eqd,  Addfess all cpifimUniGations to drawer 8j Nelson, B, G.  ��".*��:��.J  "(si^yi  _��E��_i_a,E U. M^-GWEILLimmaget;,  O. M.kOSJEISfDALE, Fu^h-fefiig: Agfetit;  _. _  ���__. :..        ___ .._ * ' .   . i.v..f... ;g-,i��'PJ.--K>  JTOTICE TO PBE^EMPTOBS OF LAND.  Notice is hereby given that all pre-emptors or purchasers of Crown lands from whom the purchase inOnoy  reiiiainilig unpaid on such lands is overdue, are retmircd  to rnuke full payment of such balance, together with  interest thereon, if any is due, within twelve months  from the date of this notice, failing which their records  or agreements concerning such lands are liable to cancellation, as provided by section 38 of the " Land Act."  F. CARTER-COTTON.  ��� Chief Commissioner of Lands and Works.  Lands and AVorks Department,  Victoria, 11. C, 22nd June, lSK).  FOR SALE.  A building and lot on First Avenue in the town of  Ymir. Rents for 820 per month. ' Will bo sold cheap for  cash. For further particulars -apply to John A. Kirkpatrick. Nelson, B. C.  ^SMOKBRS1 HEADQUARTERS  Keeps a full line of  ROYAL SEAL ASjflL} KOdTEMTAY BEl-LE CIGARS  And all other brands of the  AT FACTORY PllIOKS  e>_f urBLSp:-?,' ag_  Tent anil -Awningmaminftoj^  __-!___ _s:iiq**___)s oiri  CANVAS GOODS,  TENTS,  AWNINGS AND  FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR  VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS  ���AwjLj  ALL SIZES OF TENTS IN STOCK T  Baker street, opposite postoflico, Nolson  THEO. n_vC_A.IDSO^sr  W. P. BIOBBON  B. H. H. APPIilBWHAITB  3. McPHEB  Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and Constpuetion Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Bleetrlc EJqnipnmnts for Bloctrlc Power Transmtsslon and liighttaK for Klines, Towns  Electric Plxtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annuaelsitora.EStc.  P. O. Box 008. Josephine Street, Nelson, B, O. THE TRIBUNE: .NELSON", B. C,  FRIDAY, JUNE 30,  1899.  Cool and Refreshing  When tired and heated there is nothing so  refreshing as a drink of Soda Water.  We have all flavors and our fountain is the  best in Nelson.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO  CORNER BAKKR AND JOSKPHINK STREETS. NELSON  July i st is nearly here  How can you celebrate unless properly dressed?.....  See l*|0w Gilker car- fix you up for a few dollars.  P. 0. Store  JL A.  QUAKER  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  . Board of Trade Meeting.  A special meeting of the South Kootenay Board of Trade Avill be held on Monday for the purpose of considering the  questions tlie board may desire discussed  at  the joint  meeting of the   boards  of  of trade of East aud West Kootenay and  the Boundary district, Avhieh takes place  in Rosslaud ou Thursday, June 3rd.   The  council AA'ill  submit to the meeting for  ratilication  or  alteration  the folloAA'ing  subjects    Avliich    they   haAre    selected:  First���The encouragement of the silver-  lead  industry by  the imposition of increased  duties  upon   lead  products imported into Canada; second, the question  of pig lead manufactured  in Canada but  refined  in  the  United  States being readmitted   into   Canada   free   of    duty;  third, the question of local railway rates  as'affecting shipments of ore and matte;  fourth, to ask for direct  representation  iu tlie federal parliament of the Boundary and Kootenay countries.     If there  are any other questions of generai interest to   these  districts   Avhieh members  think  should be discussed they  are requested to be present at Monday's session.  NELSON.  The Payne mine has increased its force  to fifty men, avIio are all employed on  contract Avork. Mr. Sandiford has also  recommenced Avork on the Bosun Avith  a small force.  Assistant electrician J. Sproat had a  narroAV escape during the thunderstorm  on Wednesday night. He Avas pulling  out the plugs from the .switchboard in  the power house,. Avhen the lightning  struck the wire. . He Avas hurled against  one of the machines, but fortunately escaped Avith a severe shock.  The public library Avill be open as usual  today, but Avill be closed tomorroAV.  Jeremie Robillard has announced his  intention of taking care of the French  Canadians and the Irish duriug the celebration. .I'"- y'  There AA'as great excitement on Baker  street yesterday morning owing to the  unaccountable disappearance of Master  Henderson, aged four, vtihe son of Mrs.  Henderson of Robson. It appeared af ter-  Avards that the youngster, being left outside Irvine's store, started to explore  Josephine street aud got as far as Mrs.  McFarland's, Avho found him,, crying on  the sideAvalk. The chief got the youngster there, after au hour's search, contentedly eating, cake.,,!/    2(yC:-        '������--  Thei-recprjIeE's.^office���'���Qwiil!  ;nsiM xojlay; b.iit_will'S>e  -   I*1D'W��" "0*r_|-    nnD  u    ���J'h ���-.'J_,J.7jii--*'n    ^   At'iWKnn.* I'D-'  'b"ariks*.v y  i"0Jhe->samq'  _.. ��������� ��,bue / openjas��  closed on���Domin-  ^apl3'heS|; t.6;>:the;  >_�����*.*.��� ty, &.-: _,���__>_"_. -^fc.  ���^.   cc.   _..n u  ,   p      Q_J "���^fl, B.   P.&/r��, Hff ^  )M owner^ of ;tli  ���Hah  -__.-__.���*?_4,  jb'cSfch&ve/  Th^iSi^  -l-SiW D   n "n        "-"iP"-,  ���0.ju'   rW";^"^     ,    &��       B^'b*   Dft^��    B ' ** <*   **��^'   <*  D�� n"D'0 oft"1'" ^  ,��Vb*"Si";fc" j" "*_.���"- 3s .i+iSsi fi'-p'p =��._s,....* ,���"*" .�����,,��� ���,    '*   "'"  ��bitp_*pclie^^^ :>- -:.��'  .��,2^.o\i,wM, ha^e = tlie. advantage to  ex&mi^ '".:���,,''"{i::.:-_  >,*-;  . y ���������TMtDMt&QW^BL,  ���y, y -  - _ J--_.*��� ������*-&>_ .���r\T ��� -   *"��� *;"*  addition Avliich AAras made to the block  some months ago by the Beer Brothers  is about six inches too long, and that the  extra six inches encroaches upon the lot  OAvned by T. H. GiiTiu. As the owners of  the block haAre been requested to'moA'e  their brick block off the six inches, it virtually places them in the position of being obliged to purchase the-adjoiiiing lot  at the OAvner's oavu figure.  Mr. and Mrs. A. II. Buchanan left Montreal yesterday and are expected in Nelson on Tuesday. .  Alderman Thomson is back from Victoria.  The regular monthly meeting of the  Ladies' Hospital Aid AA'ill be held in St.  Paul's church on Monday at *3.80 p.m.  The annual church parade of Nelson  Lodge No. 23, A. F. & A. M., will be hold  on Sunday morning at tlie Presbyterian  church. The members of this lodge and  sojourning brethren are requested to  meet at the Masonic hall ou Baker street  at 10:30 o'clock.  ���   Born, in Nelson  yesterday, to the Avife  of EdAvard Cordiugly, a daughter.  Mrs. Irving, wife of J. 6. Irving, arrived in Nelson last evening from Truro,  N. S.  W. H. Bullock-Webster left for Kaslo  yesterday to. attend the session of the license commissioners for the Ainsworth  district, Avhicli AA'ill be held today.  : A. R Herman reported to 'the-police  yesterday that he had either lost or been  relieA'ed of his roll containing something  oyer $300. He offers a reward of $100  for the return of the money, which Avas  contained in a large AA'allet.  M. L. McAllister, Avho AA'as employed in  assisting the carpenters iii the erection  of the Avarehouse and platform for the  Duncan Mines, Limited, at Kootenay  crossing, Avas brought to Dr. Arthur's  hospital yesterday suffering from the  effects of a fall from the roof of the  building, a distance of sixteen feet. No  bones Avere broken but he received a severe shaking up and A\rill be confined to  his bed a couple of AA'eeks.  A meeting of the Nelson branch of the  Western Federation of Miners AA'ill be  held in Fraternity hall tomorroAV eA'euing  at 8 o'clock.  There AA'as quite a scramble among the  knights of the road to secure property  qualifications sufficient to carry them  through the Dominion Day celebration  Avithout fear of police surveillance.  Among the transfers of the day reported  yesterday AA'as the. purchase of Willie  Fletcher's four-sixteeiitlis iiiteriorin the  colonial cottage near the;.corheir of Vic-  yidxia,  $   ^!(3d����rxMy^_^ ^ _____   __  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  CARS  Canton Brill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  H  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron, Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  PRIGES RANGING FROM $9.50 TO $30  Lawrence Hardware Co,  4>.��..."i>_-J���J ��K" ���  ^yyj.yy-Vflizz  I_T_-QX_.S01Sr,   _3_ o.  FOR SALE  lBlJSI^ESS_l_SNI?f.I|E'��IDJONrrfAI_,��  A Volley ol Economy that Carries Conviction into Every Home In Nelson  \it:2ify "*���''!  \y2-ky .  . JeAiuir IM  vGorn.cr llnkCP niiS Ward, StreoU  NELSON,   B;G.  DRAWING  ROOM  js/EJ^Jo^xi^rcsr  -SO'by. 120,; Baker, stfeoii. l)ncl>vceii* Joscphinti tind"  ".AAJard'strebfS'...-"��� "��� ���"��� .,>;��� -"^�����&���.,.'..,:.....4 ��� _������"..'....'."J.SSOoOf1:  50 by42Q,;Bn;icci' strict,;!.etween, Jbsepliirie fthd Hall  "Streets .���. _ ....".,.,;.. .���"...,,,,...,.,... s..',...",.,.......... 1500  50by l20,i"Bake). Stpoeb,rbbl,w.o.i' JoHophinCaiid -Tail'  strdcts, cornei'i..a...:...:,..:...:."........... .....,.   "30 by 120, East llaker|troet..!.._,,.,.���._^:.\��!_.......,....._,._,80j)  =25rby^20^th-iniprdJve_.iprifcsfBOilth_siao^^^ ~^  , Street; ..���...'.,..,_".'���'.,..,'.....,..:,.:..;,......., ,,:.. 5000 ,  50 by 120, with improvements, South Side 61! Vernon  . street......,.-,.. ���....._   GOQO  Slots andlargc house 'beautifully* f brii irihc- (snap).. ��� JOOO  2_rlot_j \vithcottage3'biited at$15poi'nioiith; Victoria  "istreet,.. *' ....... :.,.,..,,..,.".���...,,.,.-.."....;.-3500  116t jyitli cottago rented at ?15 per lnoiiDli: Victoria "  .strebji.,._..,,.�� i ��� .".".,;.::....I.:..y 2500  2,lot? \vikh cottage rented St,f20 por month* Pfainloy,  .street^.."..,.; ,,.,. .,"..,'. ,..:........-.,.! 3000  6 lots in ])look,lll), all cleared! and fenced, in. ....... 25Q0  is,p'^"imyy'tct"BoA  ,     ���        "���    ���'" u'"u   ��� y, "'y~ y" ifV��-.��   =  }(��0mp ��&M&r�� ^emtm$"  l)ijos6pliieai'J V-il iftl\^i1'l'^,ile(ii* ;y^  reives"t6=-Iito tj-uibfcsKfr'.fciliicwtfeiP^^^ ��:..".-���.."..'." I"'���* :'i\2%\ "~'jy<y.��-����  .liljijos*]'  ������sV  w  Ori'oom house and ,10.1ote��oi. butiu brchard .......... 1100  2 lo.te and iiSiprbvcn^ntSf, 5a head of cow^.S lioi'^i.,  wftKOt))-, Sleiiflis, liiirness, hiid cyeirythiiiK in bonv  nebiiibnwitiv H.urry'H milk ranch.s,.... ..._���.._. .,���.. fl/ioQ,  For geileral liifdi'iilatioii qji'real eslato and for filj'Uicr  "��� particuMitfdn above'propert^ lippjy Ui  Ileal EHtato And General. AKentts. Bakei* St., NoIkoh  FOH STYLISH MILMIBY  and tfaney Dress Goods  Blouses and Dress Skirts  CAI^ ON "        .   .  Mrs.    E.   McLaLjghiin  JOSEPHINE STREET, NELSON ;;    V;  Ice Cream  (HAZLEWOOD)  AND  Fewest ,styi/E.s  ���.BEST Flft-S'H''.  Kept by all grocers and fruit store dealers,  Jjinio Juice Cordial, Itaspberry, Strawberry,  Pineapple, Lemon, Vanilla, Sarsaparilla, Choo-  olato, Colico, Orange, Orange PlKSsphatOi  VICTORIA  VANCOUVER  NELSON  Thorpe & Co.,  T.I.MITKD.  TROPICAL MIT DEPOT  Comer Baker and 'Ward Streets.  They always, soil where uiij'tliitu,' will, and eo��t do  jnorq than those.oC db'ubtful rliiiil'taiibn.  VVlicj^you \vj_mt dlniitonds,.write to .lacoh Dover.  W'li'eii'yoti want \yatch.cs*; nepd-'to Jacob Ilovei;.  Wlipil yoiii"want *gold _tnd silver Jorffnfctlp"ciiaiHfj.ii.sk  f6i'Ja,co'U:p'd.V(.r. f        "'..'.. "   d  AVlieii you. want slei'liiig sitver ilo-t'oitios, Sofidtb JSqo_  l)o vol'*' ��� .  Wlifen j'6w wftiij' Rojlggi" "Oi'-lif. 1817 *$niftbsnn()l forks,  spnd toJjCbpl) Db^w, "      .  Wlipil yoii wanfyft IViiSc lan.P. -w4<- tor, *lnlioB Dipvoi'.    ,  XVlum yoii wan(j'tl[0 totrn .iHitjio, solid foi'caUvldguo lo  .���Ia.col)'llo��ur.  ��� VVlien you waiH llrtit-clasH good**, buy fj'bi)*  Jtiijob  Dovei'.  VV'holi yoij want watphes I'ciwircd, iSqiid tliuili to Jacob  Dov.pi'.     . .       . ���'���*.' ''jf'-  AVhon yon want Jewelry' manufactured or .repaired,  send It to Jacob IJovor.       j  VV'hon you.wniic to soo.a complete line qf goods asabovo  ihentipned, call at .        "   '".  arB ARE&HIS:E'��GLUSiy;iS;A&&#TSyiov iaaay, pj. t_fe;,"be__t:]lln.-;bf"  tf- ugrb<:e"c_.es^'and, ailwiays "havo? a: fresh," wholesome;��stock*on",Hand".  Telephone iO  PU>. BoxiK&W.  ���Baker" sti��"ee't''"''We,st; ^Nelisdii'  MSKeY SA!vTE�� BY BXJY_OsT(I YOltJJE-  Ssi^p.i. _?roive: T_TS  \Vc carry the largest slock  Can fill yoi_*r orders for any quantity      __.��__���  ...���'���..>.',-.  DesBrisay ^ Co,  JEWELRY STORE, NELSON  Ice Cream Soda  AT CENTRAL FRUIT STOIJE  Fresh Fruit received daily     .  Next door to NulHon AViiic Oo.  Telephone 03. HUMPHREYS & PITTOCK  For  Strawberries and  other fruits in season.   Leave  your order.   Prompt delivery.  Hazlewood lee Cream  lee Cream Soda and  All Kinds of Soft Drinks  MILLS & LOTT  Agents fo  Hazlewood Ico Cream.  Celebration  Dinner ���,m  NELSON CAFE  FRIDAY AMlTsATURDAY  .    JUNE 30th and JULY' 1st.  PRICES 25 CENTS AND UP  From 12 o'clock to 8 p. m.  RESTAURANT  OPEN   ALL   NIGHT J  FRUIT JARS!  Direct  from the manufacturer, in pints,'quarts, and  half gallons. '..���.���'  Lake of the Woods Flour in stock. .,   '  JOHN A. IRVIlSfO & COMPANY  Baker' Street West, Nclsqii, Ii. .C. ..      -  Strachan   Bros.  PLtTMBEES,  ETC.  OPEEA   ___OXJS__5   BLOCK  ^M��_S_SiK5_n2'iiivw__^^  -tlf_H^JMd_-^^

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