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 **  Op  ''-*,  NELSON'S GREAT CELEBRATION.  Second Day's Programme.  Yesterday was a day which will be  remembered in Nelson for some time to  come. From tlie break of day, which  was ushered in with a royal salute of  dynamite, till the last rollicking song died  away at midnight, the anniversary of the  federation of the Canadian provinces was  celebrated with an .enthusiasm which,  while it might be equalled, could not be  surpassed.' That the visitors to the city  were satisfied with their treatment Avas  manifest by the procession which was  formed at the Phair to escort the Rossland and Trail delegations to the special  train wliich was chartered by the celebration coinmitfee to take them home.  The departing visitors carried all kinds  of mottoes, and filled in the time occupied in marching to the depot in cheering  for Nelson.and its people.  Drilling Contest.  Over=three thousand people witnessed  the drilling contest, and the seats were  so arranged that all had an unobstructed  view. Three teams entered. M. Burns  and Erie Stevenson of Rossland, C. Hos-  kins and H. Pascoe of Nelsou, and W.  Whelans and E. Hawking of the Silver  King mine. The contest was so arranged  that three holes had to be drilled���down  hole, breast hole and an upraise hole���  time limit 10 minutes to each hole. W. P.  Robertson, provincial mineralogist, acted  as official timekeeper and IT. D. Ashcroft  kept change time for the drillers, the  conimittee, Dr. LaBan,3 J. A. Turner and  Thomas Madden, acting as judges. Burns  aud his partner were favorites, as Burns"  is one of the best hammersmen on the  Pacific Coast. The other teams had not  practiced together, but Charles Hoskins  and his partner made a creditable record.  The 'Silver King mine team had bad luck  with their steel.    Tne result Avas:  %/tJfo  SUNDAY MORNING, JULY 2,  1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR; WEBKL*., ^2.  Dickson and Macrae beat Martin and  Barton 6-1, (5-2.  Pollok and Wilson beat Morris and  Carmichacl 0-1, 0-1.  Dickson and Macrae beat Plobbes and  Jones 0-3, 7-5.  Finals���Dickson and Macrae beat Wilson and Pollok and Avon.  Men's singles���Macrae beat Morris  0-1, 0-4.  Dickson beat Pollok 0-4, 0-.3.  Jones beat Moore 0-0, 4-1,  Carmichael beat Barrow 0-2, 0-4.  Macrae beat E. Wilson (5-2, 0-4.  Wilson, PI:, beat Jones, 0-2, 0-0  Plobbes beat Carmichael 0-1, 0-2.  Macrae beat Dickson 7-5. 3-0, 2-0.  Wilson. PI., beat Plobbes 0-1, 0-4.  Finals���Wilson, PL, beat Macrae 0-0,0-2  aud Avon.  I.tians & Stevenson.....  Hoskins & lJaseoe   Wlielann & Hawking..  Down.  *   _?'*  .   2\i  .  m  Upraise.  15  m  8i  B roast.  IU  !):1  The Children's.Sports.  The children's sports began at 10  o'clock, each event on the programme  being keenly contested, the little folks of  the city entering heartily into the sport.  The winners of the different events Avere  as-follows: Boys* race���betAveen 10 and  15 years���J. llorton, first; R. Wallace,  second, and J. Turk, third. Girls' race���  under 10 years���E. Aunable, first; F.  Forin, second.' Boys' sack race���under  15 years���S. MalQiika, first; J. McLean,  second; R,-Stubbs, tliird. Bicycle race���  girls' under 15 years���M. Giird, first; F.  Forin, second; Grace Cordiugly, third.  ���    -, ���AS-'  - - The Athletic Sports.    ", __  In the athletic sports the quarter mile  /open Avas won by  W. W. Smitirof Rossland, Avitli Joseph Thompson,of Nelson a  close second.  One hundred --yards Yace���D. Graden,  Rossland,"first; J. Krow, Rossland,second.  ' * Tlie minors' race AvasAAron by D. J. MacLeod, of Nelson,-. Avith J. Wilson, of Rossland, .second.-*   -  Putting 10-pound shot���D. J. MacLeod  first; G. Gusty, Sandon, second.    -  , Two hundred and twenty yard race���J.  Fi'oav first; George Nunn, Nelson, second.  In the fat man's race���each contestant  to measure forty-four inches around the  waist ���there wore five entries: P. J. Russell, J. B. Tuttle, James LaAvrence, James  McDonald and R. Smith. James Law-  rence stumbled shortly after starting,  rolled over a couple of times, and on regaining his feet found the others so far  ahead that he concluded it Avas useless to  go over the course. The race was aa'oii  -by-PVJ-Russell-rAvith.IrBrTuttle-a-Avinded-  second.  In. tlie retail grocery clerks' race for  the gold AVatdh donated by the l-ai'sons  Produce: Company, the entries Ayere: H.  ]_. Good and A. S. Wright of Kirkpatrick  <& Wilson, T. MaePliersOii of PesBrisay <fc  Company, and T. Bonato. Good was an  oassy winner, Avitli DoilatO second.  Lawn Tennis Tournament.  The lawn tennis courts are so far r_-  inovecl froin the Centre of the town that  there were coinparatively few spectators  nt the tournament yesterday, but there  Avas a good day's play, and Some Aroi*y  V0i*y close and exciting sets were played.  Hone of the vi_Mting playerssucceeded in  Winning a prize. M. PI. Jones, the most  dangerous of the visitors,, had the iiiisfor-  tune to meet PI. Wilson, the av inner of  the tounianient, in the second round, or  he would probably have got into tiie  finals. The Aveather Avas perfect and the  courts Avere in good trim, so everything  Avent oii smoothly. The tennis club is to  be congratulated on the excellent courts  tliey built this year. They avou Id do  credit to a larger town than Nelson. Appended are the names of the players and  the full score:  Mixed doubles���Miss AiTowsinith and  E. Wilson, beat Mrs. Alexander and AV.  P. Dickson 4-6, 6-2, 7-5.  Miss Crickmay and H. Wilson beat  Mrs. Pollok and H. W. Pollok 0-1, 0-3.  Mrs. Hodgins and G. W. B. Ileathcote  beat Mrs.Goepel and T. A. Macrae 0-3, 9-7.  Miss Arrowsmith and E. Wilson beat  Mrs. Critchley and G. E. 0. Martin 0-0, 0-1.  Miss Crickmay and PI. Wilson beat  Mrs. Plodgins and Ileathcote 0-2, 0-2.  Finals���Miss Grickiuay and PL Wilson  beat Miss Arrowsmith and E. Wilson 7-5,  0-1 and won.  Men's doubles���Pollok and E. Wilson  beat PI: Wilson and Sykes 0-5, 0-3.  The Lacrosse Match.  _.  The lacrosse match Avas simply a Avalk-  over so far as Nelson Avas concerned. Although the match had been called for  10.30 it Avas 12.25 before the ball Avas  placed. Before many minutes it Avas apparent that the Rossland boys Avere overmatched. They had three good men���  Devlin, O'Brien and Lahey���but Avithout  sufficient backing it Avas not to be expected that they could Avin.  In the first face-oil' Rossland got the  ball, but only for a second. Player, for  Nelson, picked it up, ran'AA'ith it, and  then it reached the sticks of the great  Nelson trio, Jeffs, Thompson and Me-  Nichol. The rubber kept in the vicinity  of the Rossland flags, although occasionally a long thrOAV sent it doAvn the field.  Then the Nelson home got in their Avork,  and after fifteen minutes' play McNichol  made a clean shot on goal and sent it  through.    Time, 15.minutes.  ''  The second game Avas of short duration, for in less than a minute McNichol  got the rubber and sent it through.  The features of the third game AArere  the fine play of Jeffs McNichol and Archibald. Player's long runs and several  beautiful catches AArere cheered. Devlin  worked hard for Rossland, but he only  led a forlorn hope. It Avas Nelson's  game, which av as scored by Player in four  minutes and thirty seconds.  In the fourth ganie.Grant from Nelson  came out strong; in fact this AA'as merely  a practice game. 2 The ltossland -boys lost^  Tioart and throAAr wild. "Thoy did not  giAre any evikence'of practice. ' Perier  for Nelson'made several good runs, and  "the combination play* of Grant, Thur-  mau, Jell's and McNichol AAras again displayed. .Rutherford in goal stopped  eA'erything,that came his way. Poirier  scored for Nelson in six minutes.  The fifth game Avas .somcAvhat longer.  The Rossland boysfought hard, but fortune and good play* Avas still against  them. Player indulged in a little personal play, but it was "excusable inasmuch as Rossland could not "check him-  Archibald made several good shots on  goal, Grit, the Rossland goal keeper,  turned tncm. The ball reached the  sticks of the merciless trio and in a moment Jell's sent it home. Time, 13 minutes.  The sixth game Avas merely a repetition of the fifth. Nelson could not lose.  The iiiA-incible defense played rings  round their opponents. Lynch jjractic-  _all-y*_did_w_hat_he_liked_Avifrh_the_rubbor-  and after 7 minutes of Avhat Avas merely  practice for Nelson, Lynch scored;  The seventh and last game Avas devoid  of interesting features. Thei'e was ho  attempt at pl'ajr on either side. It was  simply a ease of filling in time. After 10  minutes of practice, Lyiich sent the ball  tli rough the flags.  The match AAras free from any kind of  ill-feeling and rough play. While it was  so onesided, it. Avas still a good exhibition  Of the Canadian national glimei  The Hdrse Eaces.  The horse race syesterday attracted! the  usual immense crowd and Baker street  Ayas thronged. Tlie horses for the 000  yard races got up to tile starting point  ill time, but then there aviis a most tire-  Some wait. Only tAvo horses Were entered, Jennie C. and Barney, belonging to  J. W. Hartliue of Rossland, but it transpired oesterday that the mare caine  from Lewistoil, Idaho. After about an  hour's delay at the post the horses  eventually got oif, Jennie B. Avinning by  a neck.  The sIoav mule race AA'as the next  event, and one Avhieh created amusement from th.9 first. One of the mules  had not been ridden for some time and  strongly objected to being mounted,  bucking vigorously for some ten minutes to the intense delight of the more  juvenile spectators. Eventually Roach,  ridden by Leuand came in first, and consequently that ridden by Fisher Avon.  Both mules gave an exhibition of fancy  kicking after tlie race.  There Avere three entries for the pony  race, Jack and Tag, tAvo greys belonging  to G. W. Wilson of Northport. and Mol.  lie L., belonging to R. Leach of Trail.  They finished in the order named, with  one length between first and second.  Tag's jockey did not let his horse out and  ho A\*as cautioned not to hold him in tiie  next heat. . ..  Then came the second heat of  the, 600  yards  race,  Avhieh  Jennie  B  avou froin  Barney in fine style by a length and a  quarter.  In  the second  heat  of the pony race  Jack Avon by tAAro lengths  from  Tag, his  stable companion, the latter being  properly extended.  The  last event ou the programme AVrts  the  quarter-mile  dash,  and  this   event  Avas characterized by an attempt at unfair   dealing,   Avhieh     Avas    fortunately  foiled   by   the   prompt   action   of   tlie  judges.    There Avere three entries, Jentiife  B, Jack, and John Plirsch's Molly, riddeh  by H. C. Cummins.    Jennie B had shoAvh  herself the  undoubted superior  of any  horse  present,  and  Avas   naturally   the  favorite at the pools.    A  strong inclination  Avas, hoAveyer,manifested in significant  quarters  to back the field against  the  mare.    This  unexpected  move was  soon  explained, "for Jennie  B  Avas palpably pulled and Jack alloAved to coruie  in Avinner.    The judges offered to allow  the race to be run again,  providing Jennie  B's jockey  Avas changed.    This the  oAvner of the horse  declined to do, and  accordingly Jennie B Avas disqualified foil  foul  riding  and second money aAvarded  to John Hirsch,  all  bets  being declared,  off.    This  decision   Avas   received   Avith  loud applause, and Avas universally considered  the  ouiy possible one under the  circumstances.      The racing   committee  concurred in this decision,  everyone recognizing the necessity of  keeping   the  Nelson  horse  races  free  from  any suspicion of unfair dealing.    As ou the first  day, PL PI. Pitts, of Sandon, J. Bowes, of  SilA'erton, and  Bruce White officiated as  judges, and Lee Coombs, of Rossland, as  starter. ______  The Day at the Traps.  The  members  of the Nelson gun club  spent  an   enjoyable   afternoon   at   the  traps.      It  turned  out  that the prizes  offered Avere not sufficiently large  to induce many outside  shots to participate,  so   that the  members  of the club bad-  'most  of the  eArents  among them'seh'cs.  For  the team shoot C. D. Blackwood, G.  W..Steele, II. W. Hawley,  W.   W. Coble-'*,  son  and  Dr.  Hall,  AA'ere chosen ou.one"'  side,, and PL E. JMeBouell, H. E. Beasley,  O. A. Critchley,' C. Geople and J. S. Alexander  on  the  other.    The shooting .was  at ten singles from  unknoAvn  traps and  angles,  and  resulted in an easy victory  for the first team draAvn,the score stand-  32 to 29.  In tho second event at ten singles from  unknown traps ���aud angles there Avere  twelve entries, George Steele, PL "W.  HaAvley, Clarence Geopel, II. E. Beasley,  S. Nelson, R. II. Williams, W. Cookson,  O. Critchley, J. S. Alexander, C. D. Blackwood, PI. E. McDonell and Dr. JIall.  George Steele and PlaAvley secured eight  birds out of the ten, and tied foi" first  money. In the shoot oil' Hawley secured  the possible in live against tAvo for Steele  and avou first money.  Practically the same men entered in  the miss aud out event. S. Nelsoii got  the possible of fiA'e. BlackAvood came  second Avith four birds, missing the last  one in tho set.  R. Critchley, of Calgary, Avon the shoot  at~_fivo pair-from known traps, Avith a  total score of eight. Geo. Steels came  second with six birds, and Hawley and  BlackAvood divided third With five birds.  The  prize  for  the  highest  was won by C* D. Blackwood.  hard finish. The creAvs were composed  as follows:  Canadians: E. C. Wragge, C. Matthews, J. J. Chambers, G. A. M. Young,  stroke, and Onier McLean, cox.  Irishmen; J. Boyer, C. M. BroAvn, II. B.  Thomson, E. V. Thomson, stroke, and R.  P'ocock, cox.  P. PP. Elliot Avon the first heat of the  single sculling race, E. Maunsell going  Avide of the buoy. In.the second heat  Joy Avas fouled by a pleasure boat that  had not enough sense to keep off the  course, and the race went to Lightheart.  ��� In the finals H. Elliot Avon a good race by  half a length. The course for this race,  as for the canoe races, was from a flag  placed opposite the boat house round a  buoy near, the C. P.'It. AArharf and back  again. ,  The last event of the day Avas the final  for the international four. This race excited a great deal of interest, and both  boats had their admirers. On the one  hand the Canadian creAv had already had  a hai'd race, Avhile Winter, aa'Iio stroked  the English boat, had preAdously entered  for tAvo tiring events, Avhile Haines, Avho  Avas boAAr, had also gone in for the.tandem  canoe race, so neither creAv could be considered absolutely fresh. The issue Avas  not  long  in  doubt,   hoAAreA*er.     By  the  ��� time they had gone half Avay the Canadians could bo seen forging ahead, and  they kept their.lead Avith a long, steady  stroke  that   compared   faA*-orabiy   with.  ; that of their  opponents.    After passing  'the   ��� wharf'  the    Englishmen    spurted  gamely,  but  they were too far behind,  and  the   Canadians  came in  easy Aviu-  ners by  several  lengths.    It  should  be  mentioned that the Englishmen averaged  ': at least ten pounds per man the  lighter  creAA'.     The   English   boat  reached the  boat liouse first and greeted their Arietor-  ious opponents Avith a cheer.    The  creAv  consisted   of H. B/Haines, T. D. Curtis,  II   IIoAvdeu,  C.  B.  Winter,  stroke, and  Tom Gallon, cox.  Throughout the races the smelter band,  on a covered barge near the boat liouse,  discoursed excellent music, considerably  adding .to the enjoyment of tlie afternoon during the occasionally rather long  Avaits. The boating committee Avish to  tender their thanks to Captain Troup,  who officiated as clerk qf the course, put  his steam launch at their disposal aud-in  every .Avay gave them'all the assistance"  in his-poAvcr. Harold Scions and ���R  Fletcher efficiently filled the posts of  starter and judge respectively.  Consecutive  aggregate  and  that  hits by It,  for the  highest  W. Ha\vley.          The Boat Eaces.  Notwithstanding tlie crowds at the  horse races, a large number of people  wefe present to Avatuh tlie boat rafies.  The lake Avas dotted all over with boats^  one or two Avere deeofated with flags,  and with the bright .slinniier (..ostiunes of  the ladies constituted a Very pretty  scene. Iu the open fours the city crew  did not materialize, so tlio entries narrowed doAvn to the Slocan crew and tin.*  Nelson boat club crow. Some changes  Avere made in the Slocan boat at tlie last  moment. F. Gibbs did not turn up* and  E. Maunsell roAved in his place, and J.  Boyer took G. B. Curtis' place. The race  proved a hard and exciting one, but the  visitors Avere victorious, getting home a  half length ahead of the club creAv. The  oarsmen were:  Slocan crew: J. Boyer, E. Maunsell,  IL D. Williams, S. To, stroke, and R.  Christie, cox.  ' Club crew: E. C. Wragge, E. V.  Thomson, J. J. Chambers, G. A. M. Young,  stroke, and Tom Gallon, cox.  The tandem canoe race was Avon by  C. B. Winter and PI. B. Haines. There  Avere tAvo other competitors but they unfortunately collided and Elliot and Hale's  canoe sank. This regrettable incident  deprived the race of its interest. C. 11.  Winter avou the single canoe race from  E. Blomfield of Kaslo by tAvo lengths.  The first-heat of the international fours/  produced a good race, but the Canadians  Avere too much for the .Irishmen, passing"  the judge a  half  length  aliead  after a  The BaseTmll Game'.  The final game in the base ball tournament' resulted in a Avalk over for Nelson.  The game Avas Avitnesscd by fully 3000  persons which goes to show that base  balLhas a good hold upon the public and  that, given the right kind of ball, something in the Avay of financial support  might be forthcoming. There Avas a  tedious wait in getting the game started  owing to the inability of Partridge to get  on the field in time. At the request of  the Rossland team, Desmond, of lvaslo,  Avns chosen as umpire, an outside man  being more acceptable to them than any  of the local authorities upon the game.  For the first five innings the game was  sufficiently close to make the final result  uncertain, but during the sixth inning  -tho-home-teani- struck- a��� batting-strealc-  and kept ic up to the close. Waters occupied, tiiii byx Iitiv NoIsijIi and put up its  line an exhibition pf ball, as has been seen  in Nelson for soine time, but five Jilts being charged tip against him.. The Rossland boys found him most of the time  but tije sharp field work of Nelson shut  out all chance of tlie visitors fattening ijp  their batting averages.  Nelson was sent in to bat and after  Houston Jmd been rtjji out at first-Waters  ���was sent to first on balls. lie got second  on a passed baU-anc} Was scored on a fcAy-o  base hit by Rockenfieid. Two: more runs  Avere added to the score in tlte third.  Houston opened it up with a hit, stole  second .and travelled to third on a. passed  ball. Waters was then sent to first on  balls and Rockenfieid brought them both,  home wi tint twobase hitaloug the foul line.  There Avas considerable kicking on the  part of Rossland with tho umpire's decision upon this ball but those who were  in a position to judge the ball said tliat  the decision was fair.  Three runs Avere put together in the  third. Phair got to first on an error by  Gibson but was forced out at second by  Mills. Emerson then put in a tAvo base hit  to center and Mills scored. Eacrett got first  on an error at third. Emerson scored on  a passed ball and Everett Avas scored on  a hit by Houston.  Tn tlie sixth inning MacritC got in a  short hit and travelled to second on nn  error at short. Houston followed hint  witli a long hit to center and '..Eacritt  came home on a slow throw* front the  outfield. Waters made a hit to center  aiid Houston was shut off at the. plate.  Rockenfieid got to first on an error at the  initial bag. Caverley followed witli a  tAvo-base hit, clearing the bases, and  jogged hoine on a sal'eiiit by Partridge.  Gibson. Avas then taken out of.the.box and  replaced by Pasco.      Phair then Hied out  to second and Mills  folloA\red  Avith a pop  to short.  The seventh was the fatal  innings for  Rossland.    After    Emerson    had     been  fielded out at first Eacritt was presented  .with   a b-ise  by  an  error  of   Gibson's.  Houston  forced   Eacritt  out at  second.  With two men  out  Waters started the  batting and   the  result Avas that twelve  men followed him at  the bat before the  side was retired.     Rockenfieid   added a  hit, CaA'eiiey Avas given first on balls and  the  procession   across  the  plate began.  Partridge   got   to  first   on  an error at  right and Phair got there on  on error at  first.    Mills  put  in  a hit and  Emerson  folloAved   AA'ith a  dmre for  three bases.  Eacritt   punted  and  got to  first, Avhen  Pfouston.again emptied the  bases Avith a  home run.    Waters put up another hit  and Rockenfieid  drove  another  long fly  into left Avhieh Avas not fielded.   CaArerley  got in a three-base hit aud scored  on an  error at short  in  holding the ball, and  the inning closed with a total of thirteen  runs, half of A\diich AArere made  off 'Pasco  and   the   remainder   off Fitch, avIio  replaced him.  (xibson Avent back for the eighth and  last inning. Phair opened it witli a hit  but aaiis forced out at second by Mills,  Avho stole second. Eacritt again beat the  ball to first and Houston folloAved Avith a  tAvo-base hit, Waters scored Houston  withia long hit to center but Avas fielded  out at third. The three runs added in the  eighth brought the home team's total up  to26.  Rossland scored a run in the first inning. Fitch, the first man up, got in a  hit to left. He stole second, ��� and" travelled to'..third on a passed ball. He then  made a dash for home and crossed the  plate on Houston's oArerthroAV to  Waters. Pullman Avas the only man to  reach first in the second. He got tliere  on an error by Waters, but Pasco fried  out to Caverley, and Slatteiicy did the  same to Eacritt. Holland then sent a  \rery difficult fly over iu Partridge's  direction, avIio retired the side after a  remarkable catch.  Waters sent Fitch to first on balls-in  the third inning. lie stole second, but/  was shut out 'by Caverley on a throw  from Houston. Sullivan, the next man  to bat, Avas also "sent to first by Waters  aiid scored on a hit by \V. Gibson.  ' "Sharp fielding cut oft Rossland's chance  of scoring iti the ��� sixth., Emerson made  a beautiful catch of W. Gibson's drive to  left. A.- Gibson avus sent to first on balls,  and Pullman, who folloAved him, sent a  fly to Ituckcnficld. This was gathered-in  by Nelson's short. avIio returned the ball  to Partridge and doubled upon Gibson at  first.  The score of the game is appended:  N*Ki,sav.  ah    it  nil  IFoinIoii, c   Water-,. ]i   I !r>(. ken fluid, s-s...  Ciiveiluy, lib ... .  I'lirlrlilKCi lb.   ...  Flmtr, l'C-   ..  Mills of   Kint'f=oii. If   ft-icnU.,-!'   h'ilcli. 2l> ami p.  HlllllMllI, si. ...  A'_iti|;_i__, cf.. ..  W, (j'lljM.ll,   p   ..  A. Gibson, ib ..  I'lillt.iiiii, rf   I'n__.cn, Ub   .c|ytl._'rlL*y.Jf_..  IIuIImikI, u     I    II    I    ��  fi    ��  .   .. . ir    (j  ol  KOSSI.AXI..  A I!    .'{    -,'_    .'{        I  2  ......     :i         ,'i   :__          :.  i  ,*>  :.  :.  i  L  :.  7  2(i  It  o  i  (j  u  0  0  0  _()_  0  :t  21  nn  i  2  ii  i  o  o  o  ._o_  i  I'd  i;  i  :i  s  i  0  I  1  I'O  I  2  n  t  i;  t)  ,*;  -!-  adding to the general effect, Avhile  rockets Avere sent Avhiz/.ing aloft from  time to time from the barge and the  Myth breaking and falling into golden '  stars. The Avhole scene was one to be  remembered, and one to be repeated.  Celebration Notes.  Herb Cassidy, of Rossland, showed that  as a contestant in the bicycle races he  entered the game for the sport. He  entered in every event, ami aviis always y  at the scratch on time. The cheerful  contestant, avIio does not belieA'e that he  is entitled to the earth is the one that  always finds favor Avith the public.  In yesterday's description of the  trades procession Tin-: TitiuuNio erred in  stating that R. Reisterer ifc Co.'s float  broke doAvn; it \vas the city's streets.  Reisterer & Co. made a display as manufacturers that Avould be hard to surpass  in any toAvn, and the artistic arrange- - -���  nient Avas in keeping Avith the size of the-,  display.  Nelson provided ample entertainment"  for its visitors yesterday, but Messrs.  Turner, Beeton & Co. carried the ganie  farther aiid sent the Rossland, Ymir and  Trail delegations home AA*ith a barrel of  beer and an unlimited supply of cigars.  Britain Is Backing Down.  New  York, July 1.���A   Washingtony(((y(:  dispatch to an eA-eniug paper here  says:        ��  Notwithstanding   reports   to    the  con-       "  trary, it is the expectation of the author-, ... "y  ities that the modus yivendi establishing,  a.  temporary   boundary    line    betAveen 0  Alaska aud Canada Avill be signed with-        ^  in the next few days.     The  conferences   *   &  which  haAre  been  held   by   ambassador; (22.  Choate Avith the British  foreign  officers,        ;;  Avhile they -have not  resulted  in  .agreements haA'e 3ret shown the practicability      7  of a settlement  of  the  controversy, and' y 222  con fid euce is expressed  that th ey matter '���' 2-2  .will end very shortly.    The present dis-;;     i_  cussiou   is    confined   to    the    location  of     the   line    on     the    Dalton     trail,      -5  the United States being desirous of plac->  ing it just north of KlatickAvau, Avhile the  British  government  is  anxious  that  it     *--���  should be fixed to the southward of that    ;  point.    As  Great  Britain has. given up  her   claims   to a   portion  of the Lynn ;  ;  canal,  the  neAV proposition is a distinct"y:yy'y2  gain of the United States, and  this gov-Aiy  ernment  would   be willing to make con-;;;yy yy  cessions   to   Great   Britain   on this.point   ; :SJ:  were it not for the fact that a number Of:s"S'y,  American mines are located in theterri--r:.rS.S.  tory described by the Britishi'',i.ItSis"said"|;5;iS--S  it  avouIcI   be  very  omb^.Tasiijj'^  governments if Great RrFtitiii!s%6}il^  control, of t-liotoi^ny^^^^^^^f'  Five Millions Oa tS|^^^|��p|  SiSATTU-i; July d.-~Tlfe^te:a'inera^Sm*(|l?'^  tie,  Farallou  and   Ori/.alj'iv-llf^P^^'^^K��#^-^  front Skagway, bringin^fo$W  gold dust. They i'e[)ort fet-_Mkyb*H^tQpii^yi^  -ll.1  up a  ^M^mMyW-MM  27       ;.        5     21      l".i  By lnfliligg���  XqIsoii  1 0  ,2  ��  0  * i;i  '3���2ft  Itosvl;iu��l   I. fl   1   0   0   0   fl   I��� '(  __<.rt.-f_ btisfis���Xtslsan. ��   ttobvlsllMl, I.   Twi)-l_a��o lilts  ��� Il.iiifelon, RiiB.lcCitll��l,l, 2 C'HV'oi'liiy, I0niei'.-oi|. 'l/b,;et.-  bast; lrit.s���t'QVerli'y. .KiiiKi/soti, Siiltivii-i.). lioiiie rim--  llounioil. Sinii.sk'out���liy \Vt_ler__;, 5; by (i.l'i'Oii, li. lfe_?e  on balls-OU* Wiite.!',-., 5; pH'Oibson. ii��ll' Pitch, I.  The Water Garnival.  Tiie most successful celebi'atioji Nclsoji  litis ever seen caine to a fitiing and picturesque ending last'Higltt with tlie'  water cajrii i Afjxh This was the prettiest seo 110 over beheld in Nelson.  The night Was warm, the stars were  .shining, while on the water every kind, of  craft, often beautifully illtiiniiiated.  glided to and fro to tlte strains of tlte  smelter band. Gajitftin Troup had his  launch Idler beautifully decorated and  .il lu in mated and crowded' with a large  party of friends Ho deservedly obtained  first priz_e. Alderman Beer's boat  had tliree masts stepped in it.  from ��� Avhicli festoons of Chinese  lanterns Avere htmg in A'ariou.s  designs, having a very pretty effect, lie  was si warded second prize. l'!very available boat and canoe wei'e requisitioned,  and most of them were decorated and  illuminated.- The effect oi these crafts  moving noiselessly over the still waters  and assuming every fantastic shape in  their strings and garlands of colored  lights crossed and intermingled in the  ina/.e may be better imagined than  described. It recalled'rather- a carnival  at Venice than a celebration in a prosaic  Avestern milting town. The boats Avere  far too nuniisrott.s to mention individually  but H. W. Day's canoe should uot be  overlooked.. It was fitted up to imitate  a gondola, and very pretty it Avas with  the light shining through the rose colored  nan/.it. cleaned  water Bill's  claims  on   lShi��3ra|fo^tut)n^  out $200,000.    On* .June^-t^tf I^Wm^^  iters reached   J )a wson   I^itiY'Mt^^i^^'f'y^ Zy$r  confirming the news (>f .|^;^tig^<?If^''-��r|���icfe_?���*���^���si  in the new diggings.       .* ."! "%"?"��� "�� "ft^i'v"^-'^^^  Dreyfus Has Greatl*y**"A^e;d'J��.���"���V y2"��>,  ljnxinis, July   1.���The** Pm" ilhll ��a^i  efte's jiccoiiiit of the lauding of P3i;U*>'l!iS*"  say.-:    He was almost enfirejy hiddejv 1jy���  ;i hooded clow,   aud there;"were no iightS  _bey.ond_a_few_ lanleriis.==jViadanno4D.i!.6^-=  fiirt, .after an interview Avith her husband,  i,-*_-t.ed from (he prison iu   a state of co)v  hi,pse.     She   found lic-r   husband   niuch  aged. Avith' bcat'd and hair whitened,���n-ntl  h'ts body shrillik and   stooped.    Site,said"  Dreyfus knew  nothing of  fche events of  the past .two years.    The geiida-fifte- w'Ikk  was ordered  to   be  present" at "tlieiilte1'j  view earr,i'ed out iisstructions aiidke{.rt at  a- discreet, diktniiee.  Peace GonferonGe Work,  Tin-; If Af i m, July 1 ��������The drafting coin>  litittee in the iidininistration sec i n.  adoptwl this iiftei'iioon the Ani'ertcun  aiiieiidliieut to the code of procedure  relative to a revision of the sentence of  the ai'biLrotioi! court in certaiii, cases.  TheeuMiiiitteedealt in the second reading  with the motion of 'Sir Julian Pa undo-*  forte, head of the British delegation to  change the word tribunal to court, which  was adopted. The committee have also  passed the second reading of  the lirst of  the   four  forte's sin  articles of  ;ges tions.  sir- Julian   Palmce-  Rain Prevented the Match.  London*. July 1.���The third cricket  match,being the Australians'and the All-  Eughutd eleven, Avhicli began here Thursday, has been abandoned on account of  rain. The Australians on Thursday AA*ere  all out in their first innings for 172 runs,  and wore till out in tlieir second innings  yesterday for 224 runs.; The All-England players yesterday were all out in  their first innings for 220 runs.   .  Bank Robbers Captured.  Boston, July 1.���Chief Watts, of the  board of criminal investigation, .eeeivefL  a  telegram   today   informing lxiin thalt  Henry Holden and EdAvard ParQj the Mr  curtains of an imitation".deckhouse. Tlie 1 gitive Napanee, Ontario, bank burglars*,  tug Ymir was cruising round -the. ��� while, 1 had been captured at Campbell ton,, _*|eW  laden   with   sighsscers, her  search  light .1 Brunswick. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON,-B. C, SUNDAY, JULY 2,  1899.
Dominion
Nelson
Red, wljite aqd blue bunting, and flags for decoration purposes.
A large assortment of boy's liqen, and duel*; suits.
Ladies' white an,d blac^ rquslin blouses.   Just the thing for hot weatr-er.
A. FERLAND * CO
W P 8!
JON'S BAY
!?,i is **,. _c_,__i. _»___.__«
Klliot H.ock. 1'iikcr Street, Nelson
NELSON HARDWARE CO.
Baker Street, Nelson.
KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS—Nelson   Lodge,
Knights of Pythias, meets in 1. 0. O. F. II
na Ko
LODGE   MEETINGS.
„     No,   2.1,
Hull, corner
Baker an5 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.
NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets
second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning
brethren invited.
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PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.
■CJWART & CARRIE—Archilects._  Rooms 7 and 8 Ab
erdeen block, Baker street, Nelson.
F.
B. HARPER, musical director, leader NeKon Orchestra.   Musicians furnished for all occasions on
short notice.   Telephone 02.
MISCELLANEOUS.
WANTED—To rent a small  furnished house or cottage.   Apply to A. F., Tribune ollice.
WANTED—Two   waitresses  at,   the  Queen's  Hotel.
None but wailieti-cb   need apply.    jMi.s.   K.   (J.
Clarke.
WANTED—To pinelia^c, on three years'lime at fair
interest, a plot of land for building purposes, size
about 150x120 feet, distant within fifteen minutes walk
from postoilice.   Address. Profclo, Tribune olllce.
WANTED—A servant girl to do general housework.
Apply to Mrs. AV". J. AVilson, A'ernon street cast.
ti/ols him. Hence these magnificent celebrations on the first of .July, all over tlie
Dominion, and the determination every-
Avhere evinced that each succeeding demonstration shall surpass its.predecessor in
splendor and extent.
Hydraulic Leases Not Wanted.
Special to the Tribune.
Victoria, July 1.—In the petition
wliich AA'as presented to the ■ pmvincial
goA'ernment yesterday by Helgesen, on
behalf of the merchants and business men
and miners of Atlin, 'avjis the request that
the government should issue the hydraulic leases for Avhicli application has been
made by numerous capitalists aa'Iio, it is
alleged,• would immediately give employment to large numbers of men. Noav the
statement is made that in this request
Helgesen has exceeded his authority.
The Times says  editorially that it is as-
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TTTANTED—House to buy or rent now.   Six rooms and     sured OU   competent  authority just from
W    conveniences.   Apply, J. J. AI., Tribune ollice. Atlin,.'thttt   this   request  does not   meet
LOST—A black silk belt, with diamond paste buckle
set in .silver.   Finder will be suitably rewarded by
returning same to The Tribune office, Vernon street.
LOST—A K. of P. jewel.   S2j will be paid for its return and no questions asked, to The Tribune ollice,
Vernon street, Nolson.
LOST—In Nelson on .Monday, June 2(!Lh, a duplicate
delivery check book with name of P. Burns & Guiri-
panynt top of each page. Kinder will be rewarded by-
returning Mime to the ofllce of the company, Baker
street, Nelson. *
LOST—Ladies-Gold Hunting" Case Watch' on Tuesday, between Stanley-and Latimer streets and
Ten dollars reward. Arthur Painter, Latimer street,
west of Stanley. r    , '
FOR  RENT—One  cottage*   on'   Latimer   street,  half
blocks est of Stanley street.   All-convenicnccs. §17.50
a month.   Apply at Tribune ollice, A'ernon street, Nelson.
Daily Edition". ..,
AVkkkly Edition.
 Kikst Ye aii, No 153
 Seventh Yeak^No. 32
J' Xelson's hospitality Avas uot accepted
by many of the officials of neighboring
' towns. Mayor Pitts and alderman Ouav-
ford of Sandon and alderman Kane of
Ilaslb alone shoAving by their presence
that they did not consider their imitations mere empty formalities. TJie ex-
aldermen of llosslaiid were out in force,
which goes to slicm* that the men who
first governed the greatest mining Loavh
in JBi'itiisli Columbia believe that Iiossland
and Nelson must always, be near neigh-
—boL'_-aiid-b_--jrsp_a king-terms;—The-vis--
itors from Hosslaud, lvusJo, AinsAvorth,
Ymir, Trail, Sandon, Silverton, an-d-'Site
tail City retui'iied to tlieir homes AfelT
pit'eosed Avitli their outiiig and the treat-
nient tliey received individually and col-
leefclvely,      __^_
lite celebratiolii; of tlie tuimvel'-jiiy of
the Bolhinioii Ijii'thday "whicli began conspicuously on  Friday momhi$ -with the
wei! conceiA'ed and iuhiifrably  _toTaiigc.fl.
procession of  tlie  tradus, and closed last
iiiglit   jii   a brilliants aijuatie    ciii'iilvnl
upon the lulie in front of the city, was a
pi'oiioaiiced-.success in every essential partial lar. Wot a single di.scordailt note Avas
anywhere heard. TheroAvasoV.idoi.it detet.-
iiiinatiou on every hand to enjoy the occasion/and minor incongruities wci'e accordingly   overlooked    or   ignored.     It
Avas      a      demonstratioii      of     which
the active promotei's and citizens generally   may   fairly   be   found.     It   has
never before been  equalled in this city,
nor surpassed  in   the Kootenays.    Much
of course is due   to the determination of
the people to make the most of their outing.    There is in almost every man an innate desire for a holiday.    But behind all.
this tliere was a deeper and more significant feeling.    Tiie   average Canadian is
proud of his   country,   proud   of its government, proud   of  its   institutions, and
proud   of   its   materiiil   prosperity,    lio
therefore gladly  seizes'" the opportunity
for manifesting, liis enthusiasm, and proving by his rejoicing the faith which ron-
Avith the approval of the working miners
avIio fear that hydraulic operations
AA-6uld fill the creeks AA'ith debris and
make iudiA'idual operations impossible.
The fgoAiernme'iit .,b.as,_ no,t «yet„ given-slte
ans%v,enid'-thfcjetitio!i*-t^i^ ^J ■*%■$<>
2)''.-;,'-.i'.i ■r^*.'''T«^?,"m_*.^^^';°"->.w_^".li:.
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Pe.i*ii3r_«,wa_5 'hanged*! if: the**) ail.yardyhei. q »
at^Wthwm^fp$if^^yx'ys' '(■ ■■■**hrf1
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AVest Baker Strcot.      Telephone 13.
BRICKTLIME!
Our first kiln of brick will be ready for delivery about
tho 1st of June.   Call at our ollice for prices.
During the month of June we will deliver lime in
quantities of twenty sacks and over at
60 Cents pep 100 Lbs
The West l^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.
Baker Street.        T. G-. PROCTOR, Manager
Gentlemen
'■-.'■ If you want a natty, stylish suit of clothes for
spring and summer, I have over 500 different patterns of Scotch and English  tweeds,
'■'';■■ . 'Avhich.I^vill.makc .tQ.yoiir oi'dcivat'thei,lQW„"« „.'.•
2%!,^^y^^:h2&^y.y&^y^mym'
wD..f%"uSi'nc|s?'siU:t\»"5a*.if,.C";'™.>
* ",i l'j'^.oU"S"efs%.tfmi-vlly,loft<pi(iGCS. "JJit.'and.fljush'j8." ".s-1,
V' Sjiio"be'tter"iri*'Gaiiada*fr^ .•-•»_^_!
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h whichwe are selling- at prices that will make b
$ it worth yonr "while to buy. b
Silk Shirt Waists
We have a very choice variety in all shades of colors
B-
Get]ts Hats, Men's Ladies' arjcl Children's Shoes
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IN: -vt'.TRAPTIVB BIN;E)lNG;S
ALL POPtTLAR AUTHORS
OFFERED -AX
2 ."Jfeybu >vant;»a stylish »per.fec,t.°fltt_)g,11S}riiti.maiS6. of Ihe
^D.pBfSlotli, e.vc? iiiipoi'ted/.to jSelson; leiVVg"ydifj?"order
wifcii/hie.;   „■       .""_.'     .-. j,'.'!   „".   *"„,=   ■
Sii »hi"indi'e"d dollars, wbijtlr bf now goods now waiV
ingyoiii'iiispcctioiK" Fgliftra'ntde sHtisfacfc.oh oriio,sale
lUITS ^25 2-i)-%
"fNolson's iip-to-dato Tailor, n.exfc K0o_toiii}.y C.6/l'c"o Coj
- ^'^ffi"1i^0^■iBS:.^
BakOT- Street, Ngi_ori
ironic..
n-rffl.'. , .•fi_^p?ji_s£ l-c^cifcdtaYcmisignm^iib":b_:,__Harri^ ifd
j\|»=„*"V:"'*''_- ?':""i^'W'*',3.c<lS Q;oni;.t-a]bp*t:Htt^riS|,Scotl-fiii<l,*'
^lfVpSpDly is liinitoll..sp, call oaSy and:.examine thjf^toek."      y 2^       ■,"""""'•,-  \
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iDnepy w,, m
3srE3r.sc>_sr, B. C-
Influenced
Hy jlficu lUoile in yollr di'lig bliying. .I.6okilig
well 10 finality means sfHisfnctaryriiKults—t'neans
secltriilj,' tho reutolS* that 'Ifest fiillllls the iairj.osQ
for wjiicli ytnrIniitt.'lwt jt, 1'urity, ciualily, siiti*-
fiMtion, are lirst. coJlsidiivud lipro, but always ,a
llricc tliat nlSikcA tho jjUrclutse, au, eeouoinicill' one.
A price' IhAt means i-otnetiling to you. One package of Our
AVe have a .flub assortment of Woolens -alAvays
oil hand.   Goods made wp at the dliortcst pos-
=8ibleuiDtice.=_lSkcverything_,is-lceptaaiicUliittd6=
on the premises, satisfaceiou is assured.
FIKST I3O0R' AVMST BjVNK B.-C.. BiilLPlNG.
Lols fbr -Sale
§5.00-will, purchasti A choice rcsirtchee "corner, 100 by 120
feck
§2100 will piircliaso a central lot arid residence^
§100 will purchase ifiwo nice lats and shanty*.
§2000 will purchase two nice lots and cottage.
§3000 will plU'chaso four nice lot-S and residence.
Buy IJ'.iirnvo-lt shares for a rise. ■
afiOO Utipa at 2 cents.
AND EXPERT
HORSesH^BlNtS
AVagon repairing, promptly attecded Co by a; Crst-claSs
wheelwright. " ■ *
Silecial aUdntibn given to all kinds of *e"pairing and
custom work from outside points.
/;i_?nS^__j^_^;o;*Kr.*E3." •„
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'Ijltento-itli^i scttSori'iwo'win-de- '
„ .D 5    !■ a    p p   p p S - .
"jiver'"iti"es°ant pMytit'e !r"csid°chce8,
"andbusincsshoiiscS, ditiiylin aiiy
ffcsiriju, giiailtity at caspni'ifblo
Hricess,
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Siiop:   UfaM Str6etj between Baker and Vernon, Nelson
Turner & Bbcckli block, Nelson, B. O.
BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON
C3f__NERAI_  BROKER.
will make ono quart of the best spring tonic on
the market, and is uneiiuallcd for all Hood, liver,
stomach and kidney troubles, and the price is
25 CENTS
FIRB, LIFE, ACGIDBNT AND SICKNESS
i_srsxT_R-_v.isro_3
REAL ESTATE! AND LOANS.
TO. r_:KT—Sovci'ii! lionscw of djfl'urotit, sizes.
FOR SALK-lleal estate in al! parts of tlio city.
Canada Brag and Book Co.,
xji_m:i_?__!__)
Corner of Baker and Stanley Streets, Nelson
Mr. G. Ellis of P. W. Ellis &
Co., Toronto, will be here and will
display his stoclc of diamonds and
all kinds of precious stones in rings,
brooches, necklaces, etc., etc/"-."
You will have the advantage to
examine these goods.
.JACOB DOVER.
^o_b s_E2sr,r
ROOMS AND OFFICES
Al'l'JA'
J. LAING STOCKS, Secretary
At olllce of the Duncan Milieu, Limited.
BOATS! BOATS! BOATS!
FOR SALK OR HIllK
lO-EoDtii Bouse, t'chtMlly locjitecl, $2800.
G-ItDoni Catliftge ttrul 2 Lois on Ciirboua'te
HbruOfc, lJ-100, Cfisy tcrnis.
•>-Itooiii   House on  i^tiitilloy sbroels, §5100.'
GENERAL TEAMSTERS'
AGKNTS FOR
floats built to order.   Repairing and  fitting a specialty.   Sails niade and rigged.   Fishing rods and tackle
W. J. ASTJ-EY & CO.
•.   Repa
rigged,
mended.   At Government wharf, Nelson.
Vienna Restaurant
Baker street, botween Josephine and
Hall streets. Nelson.
.MEALS AT ALL HOUHS, 1>A\' OU NIGHT
BAKKKY IN CONNECTION
FAMILY AND PASTltY COOKING A SPECIALTY
ONLY -.WHITE HELP KMPLOYKD
-R.      33rTJ-=t3R-_r.      _?_RO_FJ*iIB'X'0 E,
MINERS WANTED.
(The Tangier" Mine, Limited, Albert Canyon, reiiuin.s
six good minors.   Wages $.'1 per day ; shaft sinking, $:t.,">i)
J. L. VANSTONE,      R, H. WILLIAMS,
Mines and Mining Stocks Glistoins Drokcr
KISAL"ESTATE AN*]) GKiVKftAL AGENTS
TAvo lots Avitli two._toi:y house on Ltitirncr
street, near .Ibsei'ihine $1800
Terms:   §12(111 Cash, balance on moi'lgafro.
SiNty-acre ranch, nine miles from olty on lake
■    shore §1001)    '
One-half cash, balance on mortgage.
I__0__-3S"S
On  loan conditions arc the cheapest and best
oitcred.    You can repay at ally time without,
'bonus.
-^a-Ensr-rs fob
British Columbia Permanent, Savings & Loan Company.
Globe Savings & Loon Co., Toronto.
I3*NrSXJ_!R__._*NrC___
Fire, Life, Accident, and. Sickness.
The Imperial Oil Co,    Standard OH Co.
Washington Brick and Lime Cd_
The H. W. P/lcNifell Co., Lld_, Canadian Anthracite Coal (Hard)
DSAYUM arid
Merchandise  hstilcit  to and from depots;, 'liWS
mopls all Mftlihs and lioats.   Special attention
gi-itcM, to  the transfi--" -'"  *--■■-    '-—-      -  •
_gttibId§_bii_Ver,iion st
given, to  the tismsfei* of  bai-'grtgu.   Oiliee  and
street.oppositO-TliC-Tribiine^-
parson prodii^ Qd.
NELSON, B, G.
Doalers irj
STOVE WOOD
R. RE1STERER & CO.
,11 REAVERS AND BOTTLEKS OF
Fine Lager Beer,
Ale aiid Porter
Prompt, and regular
delivery to the tradp.
Brewery at Nelson _
Wo am rocoiviilg dnily di.roct from
the gi'owt'i's coi.isigiii)iy;iits of Si'.l'aAV-
ljBl'rics', 'Cliorridsi, Bjinitua),*, Ontngcs,
ILevnons., etc Send us youi-
.stiinding Orders.
TheTrude Only Suppliod
CGLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN
AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS
GAJVIBI-.E «5_0'F_BILlwV, Agts
Baker Street AVest, Nelson, B. C.
■w_ _P- _Ro^i_csrsoisr
(ICx-Sliurill' of South Kootenay)
GENERAL AUCTIONEER
Cash advanced on consignments of merchandise,
Postoilice Box 572 Nelson, 11. C.
SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE
Containing 120 acres of land within one and a
Quarter miles of Nelson.   For further
particulars apply to
FRED   J.   SQUIRE,    Nelson,   B.   C.
Nelson Iron Works
aiANUKACTUMKItS OV
ENG-NES, BOILERS. SHAFTING-, IRON AND
BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
Uepairs 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
AVard'-.-ihd Carbonate streets, in rear of Knglish church.
Healed by sl'eaiu.   Table board §1, loom and board "..*i
-iiifl $**>._)(..
A collection of line Belgium Canaries for sale.
J. V. O'LAUGHLIN.
Parsons Produce Co,
Nelson. B. C*.
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 and
Chimney Sweep
Prompt attention given to all orders left at _1. DesBrisay & Co's, HakiT .it rcct. Nelson. THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, SUNDAY, JULY 2, 1899.
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BankofIontbeal
Capital,
Rest,
all paid
. up.
$12,000,000
6,000,000
LORD STHATHCONA AND   MT   UOYAL, President
(Ion. GKO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-Presidont
K   S. OLOUSTON*. General Managor
THE BANK OF
BRITISH COLUMBIA
NELSON
ITDBILiSOlT   _B_R__-_SrO___
N.W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.
      flKANCIIKH  IN    	
LONDON   (England),   NEW  YORK,   OHIOAGO
ami in the principal cities in Canada.
Ituy and sell Sterling Kxcha.ii.ce and Cable Transfers
OUANT OOMMKKCIAL.ANl) •rilAVKr._KIt8' OKKDITS,   .   —
available in any part of the world.
DRAFT8 I88UKD    COLLECTIONS MADE; BTO.
SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.
CURRENT RATE OK INTEREST PAID
SHAVE  OR  TRAGEDY?
Considering  its  remofcenes  ancl  insignificance, Apia has a respectable popula-
■     tion of men avIio have been in NeAV York.
i Tlieir recollections range even as the men
vary. The manager of the German firm
has a brother in this city. Tlie doctor of
the same commercial enterprise  used   to
'' come to Hoboken a score of years ago as
surgeon of a north German Lloyd liner,
and from Hoboken he sometimes came to
the toAvn o\'er the river. In the remote
parts of Samoa is a former tenor of German opera aa'IiO is no more now than a
copra buyer, but he recalls the pleasures
of Ncav York. There is a political grocer
and impresario of freaks who brags of
his ability to go into any neAvspaper
ofiice in NeAV York and "sit doAvn and
Avrite tAvo or three columns for the boys
and they tumble all OA'er themselves to
print it." So ou doAvn the scale range
the recollections on the Apia beach of
those Avho knoAV New York. As interesting as any -are'the reminiscences of the
local barber, who never tires of telling
Iioav he ahvays boarded in Ncav York at
a very nice place on Cherry street, near
Catharine market. "Perhaps you know
where it is, ma'am, for I never could
abide that Sailors' Home, where you can't
have so much as a glass of beer after a
long voyage." His Ncav York horizon
seemed bounded by memories of the Five
.-..PojutssAnd„_thejcitynJiaUq>and ^jtaing'./pri
:«i#i"Kpl|rftgaet =j(^-iiX^^i*li i*^Iw»5*^|'^0)]a^.
Sioxxiy^hi^p ::mw^^^m^My:
^]^^"%^M^^v"l|iclf er^tli f^Ii^ac.^rt3W'o^
,p:/..fl>„.,-Sp ......-.:,:, '-•--^"-."-^tpCjsSrdliydf
- .U-f.bjie'i filieittjg .<xVi)fe discovered X
'• bptiids pf-two ox'thi^e :dt*t*^'" s.tai'b" iliei-B
'-M'M  -iio: "Pepd".. t<&, aiMp$'f$ii'" The- '-nie.i.e
s.pt?eiiieiiti uTlidi barber's" Oif: -¥8:111)1"° P&i-
yypy40a§l°"ihe expiaiiatibiv iieceksitily.   ._&
\g.Bu4^Kilyf Mishdvep appqarallce of Apia
".-Ava^ tlfe^slgivlJl  io"; kegp/'a" wfiiiuehf(\l, eye;
.vppeh" foj^tjte bitrb^r, wholuiglit JbeaXniiicV
iitlOi! niight be hOlsy, b"u;t wTas" ivhyiisys "a,
^Qrs.cjli to avoid,   Jin these;  exilloits lie
■Avas alwa-ys aided and ab&tted by the
■htm;iiesiSnisifker,   aa'Tio   lived    aei'oss    the
;sti'6eti    If pup got di'Uilk the other Was
".surely i\xvoiced in" lis dO\Arii|all,■aii-cl that
."itieivnt tAvo/iii_n fiirfkirig  night hideous:
sPossiblyihef jiliglit JiaYe been arrested
for intoxication: or sonle sort of bi'each
• of the peade, bhfc they were too xVise to
"2be t'otuglit in the hot. Tliey 'kjiew that
*,the police fovea AA'ent oif duty at 8 eVei-y
• eveniug. and left the peace of Apia to the
^c#r6=a*f=-Ue,=Utttipli^^
spQwei'- to iiuvke arrests, and AVhose hig.h-
•est function was to keep a list of all per-
;sons seen on tlie street" by niglit, whieh
was solemnly read aloud in the police
■court every morning.
These 'vagaries- of the barber bore less
heavily on tlie Avoineti than on men.
iVliile it AVonld htvvc been Arery pleasant
to have tlie services of a hairdresser aild
all that, yet it was possible to AVait for
the coming of the InaJil steamer and have
roaJly good service while this boat
.stopped to giA^e the tourists tlieit* six
hours toward, the solution of the SanioiU!
question. But Avith the men if* Was different. They might just 'as Avell grOAV
beards and be done with it as wait a
■Month befrvv*__n shaves_ Tluit threw the
•neii e/ntirely on the local barber, and
there seems to have been any number of
11 arro w escapes,
Tlie.-e were several dangerous elements
which.', might be playing themselves
singly or in combination'. This complicated the business of getting a shave
until it Avas hazardous. The particular
elements of danget* Avere the barber's
white bull pup, the chance that the barber Avas drunk, and the liability of the
barber to fits. Tlie combination of all
three Avas equivalent to a cessation of
business. The sight of the drunken barber haA-ing a fit in his back yard, Avith
his thumbs rigidly turned into his palms,
and with the Avhite pup ready to eheAV
the person Avho should interfere,
was evidence that beards 'would have to
groAV for a few days until the barber A\ras
himself again. Even thebarber recognized
that the combination could not be beaten. A mere fit, he said, AA'as nothing.
Just sit doAvn and read a paper until he
got o\'er it and- then you AA-oukln't* lose
your turn to bo shaved. The dog Avas
the first obstacle,    lt was common to see
Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters
of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., At I it**, B. C, and
Dawson City, Yul^on. District.
the leading citizens  and the resident or
naval oflicials halt at the gate to thebarber shop and   click   the  latch in order to
develop tho  dog   in  force,    The saArage
brute lost  no  time  in  dashing out Avitli
fierce   barking  and  a  general   rare-beef
eifect   about    the  mouth   aiid   the large
section of throat that  Avas insight.. Jf
the barber was in a condition to do business he Avould  sally forth and thrash his
brute into peace Avith any convenient razor strop.    The  terrors  of the bull pup
and the outdoor  fits  Avere to be seen by
any passer  along the  road to Savalalo.
The other ^perils  AA'ere encountered only
by men, for no Avoman had eA'er had the
hardihood to A'onture on the employment
of the barber's  skill.    The men spoke of
it AA'ith a  thrill as  of the successful accomplishment of some dangerous amusement.    There Avas  so  much uncertainty,
they said,   that it  A\'as exciting.    There
Avas the chance  that the barber AA'as all
right, or he  might  be intoxicated, or he
might be  seized  AA'ith  a fit.    The doctor
tried to reason it  out that there Avas little or no dauger to the man being shaved
if the barber should haA'e a fit.    The AA'ell
knoAVn  symptom  of the  flexure  of the
thumb Avas to be relied on to turn the razor away from  the  throat.    The science
of it  Avas  perfect,   but  the explanation
Avould haA'e carried more conviction if the
doctor had not Avorn a beard and left the
cutting of his  hair  to his Avife Avith the
clippers.    Luck stood  on   the side of the
male population; there .was only one accident knoAvn,  and   that  Avas  not very
grave.    In one of the seizures tlie barber
cut a slice out  of Tom Meredith's cheek.
Old Tom did not mind that, and after the
place healed  over Avas just as regular a
customer as eA'er.    Old residents became
habituated to the vagaries of the barber;
it Avas only the neAvcomers Avho Avere affected by the  uncertainty as to Avhether
they AA'ere to haA'e their hair cut or their
throats cut. .
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^^eW^i$i:|*$^
FULL LINE OF
Front Doors
Inside Doors
Screen Doors
Windows
Inside Finish
local and coast.
Flooring
local and coast.
Newel Posts
Stair Rail
Mouldings
Shingles
Rough and
Dressed Lumber
oJ all kinds.
If what you want is not in stock wo will make it for yon
CALL AND GET PRICES.
The Tremomt Hotel
IV]ALONE & TREGILLUS
PROPRIETORS
J. A. Sayward
HALL AND LAKE STREETS. NELSON
Headquarters for Miners and Prospeetors
THE BEST HRANDS OF
Liquors and Cigars
ALAVAYS ON HAND
One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.
QUEERS HOTEL
•■'*•••-■' BAKER STREET, NELSON;
__=>• £3 'tS>'c3T^ -^ «^ y
I NINTH   CELEBRATION!!
t NELSON'S HEAT ANNUAL EVENT
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(^ Visitors will please remember that in addition to the $3500 put
^ up for sports, there are various other prizes not on the official
B   programme which are open  to all.     Call at
Heated with Hot Air and
Lighted by Electricity
CHARLES HILLYER,
l'RESIDENT
HARRY HOUSTON,
RECUETARY
Nelson Saw & Planing Mills,
LIMITED.
MANUFACTURERS OK AND
DEALERS IN
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iuj 15898*, but fheir. value line! cle%eas_cl» "to';
"$t6G$0Q, iii JS97, tCud it   IftvS;   cf0ciiGasG|r
iiipre isiliee in dotiSf3qtieii_fe of tlie ftict that;
" it is tibAv possible to" iua^M&pttft'e* "ofdir"
xxjxfy  .fireworks   in  rtjll.e   Cf:i:ii*fcecl   State_
; under (.onditipiis <tuifce as SatiSfaetoi-y as„
.tlioSg A^liibli gov&rii tlie in>i*'l^et;'i^;CMAnS'_,"!
alid»liioreoVer, tbe ©liiiies<2 ;ineutIiqds/anGl
' device^" llave beeii imlcli iinpcSYid "tl|)du„
ttrid the risks iiiicicleut to traiisjibi'tafion
oa'^I' several  tbdusalid iniles ddn0 aAVay
AVltlls
Tile liiauufacture " of fireworks i§, indeed,, by no means so coinplieatecl a mat-
tei! as; iniglit appear. EAreivy one has
seen blue nre, for instancev tlie ingredients of a?liieii are 12} parts of nitre, 1, of
sulphur, 2 of sulplitiret of, antimony and
2 of lampblack.   -Gi'eeii fire is inade of 42
par*ts df nitt*ate of barytes, S of siilptnvi':,
3 of chlorate of potash aild  2 of lanipr
black WliiiQ_ilt_^sluM^_g__M^4l3^^^^^
Rough and Dressed Lumber
Mouldings
Doors and Sash
Fence Posts and Pickets
Office and Store Fittings
■FACTORY WORK DONE TO ORDER,|
- ■.':'■ SUCH AS
Scroll Sawing
Band Sawing
Wardrobes arid
General- Jdiriery Work
IN STOCK
Glass of all Sizes and Kinds
Largo comfortable  bedrooms and   lirst-olass  dining
room.   Sample rooms for commercial men.
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MARTIN O'REILLY & COS
Store and see the staple and fancy goods in all the latest makes
and shades.     Prizes which can be carried off by every visitor.
Ladies' Ready-made Top and Underskirts.
Blouses, Wrappers, Waterproofs,
Umbrellas, Parasols, etc.
See them and Celebrate.
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BANK  OP  B. C.  BUILDING,  NELSON.
TERIVIIS   CASH
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Mrs. E.  G.   CLARKE,  Prop.
Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary,
_ Sa%riiii*i_r? Go.verliwenl" AvharfF*" ":"y2n*$yt°y.fl2-2"s':22<%"pi
' iE'itct'6ry 'aijdSofflce^ "corner. Hail ■ustrcc^.faiid"„Gf^l?'tra<ik'i
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Hotel
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r|. D. HUME, Manager.
The finest hotel in the interior.-
I_arge sample rooms.   Steam hcubuml electric light.
CORNER OF WARD AND VERNON STS., NELSON
Madden House
.   BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON
P. Burns & Co.
AVHOLESALE   AND   RETAIL
Meat Merchants
The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one
management since 1890.
The bed-rooms are  well furnished  and   lighted by
j.eli.cti'icifcy.". *'_■.„,» J syy ""..»:>" .sX 2>",< _.!K_?„"' . *l»_sS4'e»»"j» »»*:"..'
,~n|ijThe;!aimng:ropm'is;inotnsec.ondtolany_iiPlvp_otenay..", .,y
.VffiW""baK ifraWays rstocte°dlftyJtli*e,*b"estr}Io^
■ Imported'Kijp'o^iand^cigars^'i „-,T,",®"-"fc" "■ • ■"__,""C■u".°."" .":".^yy..
k'^" fe^;-"y.f,"m Iffl^XS*'■M:ArE).I?EN:._Prppri.eJ]b(iir.tg«i■
._Sa*ri"oj_«a^_ltrlig_te&..I.'': -    i- - ".'!_tea1;c:_l'lb.J_",'hbt;.a-i'^,.
'Reaso'ijablfi*rates, f"" ?    ..". "• \ •■'■        \",Sanip;ley,rop|iisn»';
°:   "     ." .Blectnrici,iBMlsi«nd,,,:]igh,t''iri.cn.v1ncry room,    . °    ""
.    Rejiqvated'AiM^ref.^
Wholesale Markets at |Je!son, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.
RETAIL  STORES  AT
Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  NeAV Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade
City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.
ORDERS BY MAIL
PROMPTLY FORWARDED
Head Office, Nelson, B.C.
West Koote nay B utcher Co.
ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS
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A largo stock 6| flrsfrclass. dry .material on haisd, alsij.
a full line ot sasbf doors, nvo;uldihgs, Jturned "-work, btcS
FftareRY work a $PE(Mfy
iiitfe, 7 of sulpliui', 2 Of i.d arsenic aiid 1
of lanipblack. These formulas, of course,
are sohieAA'hat varied by the exigencies
of manufacture, aiid elaborate set pieces,
as they lire called, requil'e the use of
other ingredients, besides 'Considerable
skill in devising the figures and scrupulous care in handling the explosives. The
demand for fireAvords is. not decreasing,
but feAver ji reworks are set oil' by individuals than Avas formerly fclie case.
BUSINKSS AND EESlDHN'ilAI.
PltOPKllTY
Yard;:   Foot dt Hendryix striQet;, Nelson-
Telephbne, 91
„;     .        'J. ^. Willis,, ;PrqRrietor    -8."
Free Sub .rneots; all. trains R duo Ic-f-n _ o, R- fl
Hojipyfteudt car to tt^tlou     „  ."RYP'a^Ayi. "' «■
Uiglit.CtrfllBodm-iu couSicctibn,,fo,r thpcont6ui&ncQQf
guesffilarriyi'iVg and .departing hi? iilgh_i"traiii]?..
fliiiNAf mm ■$&
d-f*$a_ ;ROAfsn,|Eiis and  pBAiiE-ns  in1 -eisa
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Headquarters for
FIRST-GLASS BUILDiNG MATERIAL
-■   We make a specialty of
Good Dry Rustic and Flooring
Orlloo and yard Hear C.P.R. depot   15. G. BEKR, Agent.
AND
(IfAZlxKWOOD.
:i0 by  120, linker street, between Josephine and
A-Vard (Streets.   $8000
60 by 120. Hukersti'cet. between Josephine and Hall
streets ».,    1500
SO'by 120, linker street, bot,wccn Josephine and Hall
streets, corner.,,	
30 by 120, Kast Hakerstreet     800
25 by 120 with iniproveinonts, south side of Afaniou
street •  5000
60 by 120 wilh improvements, south side of Vernon
street  GO00
2 lots and largo house beautifully furnished (snai).. 1000
Ik lots with cottage routed at $15 por month, Victoria
street   ••.-  ■■■■■ 3500
1 lot with cottage rohtedat Sib por month, Victoria
street   2500
2 lots Avitli cottage runted at $20 per month, Ptanley
street ••  3000
(J lots in block 1-1D, all cleared and fenced in  2500
0-room house and 10 lots set out in orchard ,   1100
2 lots and improvements, 52 head of cows, 2 horses,
wagons, sleighs, harness, and everything in connection with Hurry's milk ranch    5500
For general information on real estate and for further
particulars on above property apply to
"VsT_A-_RX) BEOS.
Real Estate and General Agents, Haker St., Nelson
FOR STYLISH MILLINERY
and Fancy Dress Goods
Blouses and Dress Skirts
CALL ON
Mrs-    E.   McLaughlin
JOSEPHINE STKEKT,' NKLSON'.
Ice Gream Soda
4TC_NTPL FRUIT ST0R.E
Krcsli Fruit: received daily
Next door to Nelson AVino Co. .. _
Telephone 03. HUMPHREYS & PI'ITOCK
CRESTON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
All sizes o£ aimensiOn tiiiibor and all kinds of lumber
out to order, and shipped to Nelson in carload lots
AVrito for prices.
Offer fresh roasted coffee of best finality as follows.:
S io,
TOO
1 00
1 00
1 00
i-oo
Java an& Arabian "Macha, per pouiid.
Java'aiid Mdeha UliSnd, 3 ppuiids.. ,.
Fine, Santos, 1 pounds ..,,.........,..,....,
Ssuitds, Blond, § :pounds «'...,..»— ,
OftriSjiccial Blend,,0 pounds ,. ... ,
Oiir" Kib Roast,, 6 floutids.......,, 	
A trial Order teoliCited.
Salesrooiris 2 Doors  East   df   Oddfeltdw-   Blo'cld   West
Baker Stseet
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CHAT_XEL_ MORTGAGE SALE,
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All iC^m;)TiUriic'i5lO-ri_,*riEf.('a,ting ;tb ?^>'iiish'i'Qolurii^a,^b.u_i.r/es.s.;¥<>'':b>e'addressed to "P. O. Drawer
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J. e@DERIG,k ROBERTSON,, General Manager v fe r_?i "is/^ivi     n   s\
S. 3 FOWbEiR,, E.Mv, Mining Ehgrineer t Ni__,|_'bOI\,   B.C.
Ol'' SAAV"MI_.L. K'I'C.. B'V PUBfilC AUCTION.
Strictly fi rsl-clasH.
MRS.
Ital.es, ?iiper week and up.
WALTER B. MUIR
SPOKANE;
FURN1SHKD ROOMS, SINGLE EN SUIT.
Hot and cold water, baths, electric liglit, olevalor ami
telephone. Housekeeping rooms. Thoroughly c(|iiippccl
with exits and lire escapes. 5th Moor Marion block, cornier Riverside and Stevens streets.
TROPICAL FRUIT DEPOT
Corner Baker and Ward Streets.
For
Strawberries and  other fruits in season.   Ijcavc
your order.   Prompt delivery.
Hazlewood lee Cream
Ice Cream Soda and
All Kinds of Soft Drinks
MILLS •■&■ LOTT
Agents fo  Ha/.lewood Ice Cream.    .
Notice is hereby gi veh that we wi'l sell by Public auction ju frout of the court liQitso, in the City of Nelson, II
C. on Monday, the 1*011.1 day of .f.uly. A. I}. 1>S!W. at the
iiour of eleveil o'clock in the forei.ooijj the t'ollowiug
goods and chattels:
,(.!)'. The fiawinill building and building.'?, used in con«
nccll-li therewith, situate at Salmo, 1,1. C, and known as
the property of Ki'ankljavin.
('4. All sawmill, planiilgmitl, jind sliliiKicmill machinery and plant thei'citi Sitiintc, incJudinKbOlloriiDiletisjitu!,
about :!o Imi'.se power, with piinip and all tobljsaiifl slip-
pliesand all carpcuter and blacksmith 10oK,n.p|iliilnt;cs
and supplie.>!. aiid tramway and, t'l'aiu cars for carrying
lumber, illlsitua|(J in anil, around the said sawmill blii.ld-
inij." Also a Jogger's au,t(lt, .eousistinK of" M>'4", trucks,-
tram clif,iiiiH, axes and other tools and siirtpliesi,
(3),. AlSp two spans* of jjrc'y troi'ses-, used at UlowiWmilJ.
Also the fivo sets of doiifilo teiun harness used with the"
said teams'.
All the libovcKOods and,chattels hfi'vo' been seized and
tiikon possession of by Unrvey M. Paulson, formerly ot
IJalliird. iu the state of 'iVashiiil.tilii. now* of ijahno. 1,!. V,„
ti'tulur two cotiditiontil bills of sale, one dn ted the i<Ji.h day
of .lanuar}", A. 1). 1S!W, to .secure Sl;i7_._.'l. Riven tn one
Anna IC. Paulson and ns,*it?nwl to Hnrvoy Jf. Paulson, the
other dated the BOth day of Mtly, A, I). IWX to secure
S00I.25, and also Under absolute bill of sole given as
security to Ann*. K. I'aulson and tr.tusferrcd 1,0 the wild
Harvey M. Paulson. (Jnoii which two conditional bills of
sale there remains a bulaiicc due of §17 li t2, and the said
goods find chattels will be sold i o satisfy the im id balance,
and all cos'h, cIuii'kcs, expenses and disbursements of
said seizure, possession and s*lo.
A full inventory of all tirticles will be produced at. the
time of sale.
Terms cash;
Kor further particulars apply to Tay'or & Ilaiunmiloii.
Aberdeen block, Nelson, li. C, solicitors for mort«!iKc,
Or to     CIIAS. A. AVATKRJIAN & CO., Auctioneers,
Dated 27th day of Juno. A. I), mi.
!he Sliean Ore Pyfihasing Company
©_**-> -isrEiai/Soasr, b. o.
Is now prepared to buy all classes of silver, gold, silver-lead, lead and
copper ores., The fcareful attention given to large contracts will be extended
to the smallest shipper. Prompt settlements and choice of mode of sampl-
ing gu,ara.nteed.
Address all communications to drawer S, Nelson, B. C.
GEORGE M. McDOWELL, Mana^n
O. M, ROSENDALE, Purchasing Ag-fent,
SMOKERS1 HEADQUARTERS
Keeps a full line of
ROYAL SEAL. AND KOOTENAY BELLfi CIGARS
And all other brands of the
NOTICE TO PRE-EMPTORS OP LAND.
Notice is hereby piven that, all pre-ompl'ors or jjiir-
chasei-s of Crown lands from whom the piirolmse money
rciniiinimr unpaid on such lands is overdue, arureipiircd-
to make full ptivment of such balance, toKi'ther 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 lo cancellation, ius provided by section 'IS nf the " Land Act.'
■.YCAMTKU-COTTOV.
■Chief (.'ommissioner of Lands and Works.
Lands and AVorks Department,
Victoria, K.C., 22nd .lunc. law.    .  .
FOR SALE.
- A building and lot on l-'irsl Avenue. In I hi; town of
Villi!-, iteiils for ?20 pei' month. Will Ins Mild.clirap lor-
c.anh. h'or further particiilars aiiply "to .lohn A. Kirk-
palrick. Nelson, H.O.. ' ■'.'..
AT FACTO I ;\* I'llIOKa
02T   3STHlX_£30_Sr3   33, G^
Nelson Tent and Awning Manufactory
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CANVAS GOODS,
TENTS,
•AWNINGS AND
FANCY STRIPED CURTAINS FOR
VERANDAHS AND WINDOWS
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ALL SI/.KS OF TKXTS INT STOCK
Maker street, opposite postoflico, Nelson
TIHIEO-  3\_t-_^-I330_ISr
W. P. DICKSON
B. H. H. AFFT.EWHAITE
J. MePHEB
Kootenay Eleetrie Supply and Coiistruetioii Co.
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ELECTRIC  SUPPLIES
Complete Electric Equipments for Electric Power Transmission and 3_V_"ktl_B. for-Mmes, To-wixb
'"■,'' Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells. Telephones, Aanuaelatora. Btc.
P O Box 006.- Josephine Street. Kelson, B_0, THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., SUNDAY, JULY 2, 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 ih Nelson.
W. F. TEETZEL & CO.
CORNER BAKKR AND JOSKPHINK STREETS. NELSON
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July i st is nearly here
How can you celebrate unless properly dressed?
See (*|0W Gilker car] fix you up for a few dollars.
P. O. Store
J. A. OIUKER
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26 AN1) 2$ WffiST- BAKKR" STREET, NEESON
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DINING   ROOM
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!. Mptlurl Co's
Corltel' Haker and AVitril Streets
NELSON,   B.C.
DRAWING  ROOM
Grove' Hotel  Beer Garden
NEAR PORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT
3_T_EJ_.S03ST
THE TOWN ANDJHE DISTRICT
NELSON.
The members of tiie local Masonic lodge
Avill attend divine service this morning.
Members of the lodge and A'isiting brethren are requested to meet in the Masonic
hall at 10,'SO. The sermon Avill be preached
by Rev. Ilobt. FreAv in St. Paul's church.
Born.—In .Nelson, Saturday, .July 1st,
to tlie Avife ol E. Bioavii, a son.
P. J. Russell's house Avas broken into
on Friday night, and the thief took liis
Avatcli, about $10 in cash, and liis pants.
Nevertheless Mr. Russell appeared on the
streets in due form and avou the fat
man's race.
Theodore Madson, the tent manufacturer, took an order yesterday for a 2-lx
00 foot tent.
A game of base ball, for the benefit of
the Nelsou club, Avill be played this afternoon on the athletic grounds at 2.30, the
teams-being composed as folloAvs: Waters p, 3. Neelands c, CaA'erley lb, Eacritt
2b, S. Neelands 3b, Moore r f, Votau 1 f,
Smith c f, Campbell ss; second nine,
BlackAvood p, Houston c, Emerson lb,
Mills 2b, HaAvkins 3b, Blackburn r f, Phair
c f, MacLean 1 f, Rockenfieid ss. As the
club has been to a great deal of expense
in building the grand stand and carrying
out their part of the celebration programme, they ex2)ect to recoup them-
seh^es in the receipts from the grand
stand.
YMIR.
Dominion Day _.AVtis observed, the
stores, bank and postoffice being closed.
A large number of people Avent to Nelson; others Avent fishing and picnicing.
Prom July 1st Grant Morris takes OA'er
sole proprietorship of the Ymir hotel, L.
J. WinsloAV retiring, and at the Cosmopolitan J. W. Mastersou is the iigaa' landlord, taking the place of Dr. O'Smythe.
The people of Ymir are glad to hear that
the genial doctor is not leiwiug the
toAvn.
At the teachers' examination next
Aveek in Nelson there Avill be tAvo candidates from Ymir.
tended to get some blank cartridges for
the reArol\rer, and Avas examining it, not
knowing that it was loaded. It exploded,
the bullet striking the child about tAvo
inches aboA*e the inwol.    She Avill die.
Eesults of Draw at Henley.
Hexu-.y, July 1.—In the dnuv in the
lirst heats of the grand challenge cup today, the Argonauts Avere pitted against
the Delta students. In the Stewards cup
the Argonauts in the first heats will pull
against Trinity college, Cambridge. In
the first heats of the diamond sculls,
Bright of Toronto, Avill compete against
UoAvell (American) of Trinity hall, Cambridge, and Thompson of Toronto, Avill
race against Ash of the Thames rowing
club,    (ioldnian of Toronto dreAV a bye.
NELSON, B. C.
KASLO, B. C
SANDON, B. C.
DEALERS IN
Ball Games Yesterday.
Pittsburg 3, Brooklyn 2.
Chicago 1.0, Noav York 9.
Cincinnatti 2, Washington 1.
St. Louis 2, Baltimore 0.
Cleveland   10, Boston   !);  Cleveland
Boston 9.
LouisA'ille 10, Philadelphia '1.
0,
A Stormy Council Meeting.
Badoooxa, July 1.—A despatch from
Barcelona says that at the o pen ing of
the municipal council today a crowd assembled outside the building and fired on
the council, killing three and Avounding
nine of them.
Wholesale Drowning Accident.
London, July  1.—-.Fifteen persons are
reported to have been droAvned in a boating accident at PeAvllehi, Carnarvonshire.
The particulars are not obtainable.
*. "c&f^"mie,^idllm^iiig lihesy"-3.. & T. Bell,, 3.1
' $}:] Kmg-.i" 06:i "North ■§ W_ SlftSe' Co.,, Mm^
e.\j J|b%lJ5. ;«fe, Ge.,}Str£i;tfpi'd "Shoe Go., Ames, Efol--
" ""den*ifc C6\.",/ arid, :ptner°Ieadirig* m-ikei'S. '
SLOCAN   CITY.
The Tamarac commenced to haul ore to
toAvn yesterday.
A message  receiA"red by the  OAvners of
the Chapleau  today stated that tlie cash
to   cover   the first   payment   on   their
bond had been deposited  in the Bank of
-Montreal at Nelson,
:' If .lislf d*^I^ oirpexi
^_ '0,eip):iye'Qht,"WMt^sy,,y,t :
' 'G^3|6W_4%_is"*p4 "Jii|"fi iV^^di^h^diy^
a sinail fcoAVli, Imiii and :£>(_Ciip'ecl .by mVioi i
»iri"ii.i0r§ -hPaiy'-heXe, \vas-,. b"urj_ecl .at iiTid-
°i.rigii.t'":by "'iinpcJrted. iiegrcj,mjilersi; "The
negroes '"\v'e^'Slfirgd';tipo]i *;tft„ _?re4_p.iiia yesterday,, aiid^sedMag "A'eYeufge fpi; the ."killing =.oi a* HY-bliJajt atid, the wpuiidlpg of,
;tev''g"p|y "ijifenfah'f:t)[i*4i,i?° i>Wftyj tTxeypogrpes-'
.i'Sitletr theHuiidii city; at "m'itiiiigljn4° Th'ef
opened lire," oil the ,iioi„a,es -of] th-3Union
iiien. The :iattfer prfinlptly replied. The!
Rattle lasted llntil the uuioii illinoi's were-
driven iroin, their JiOnies aiid ifodk refuge
in a, clump 0f, tiniber olpse to the; village.
Tii<- non.-iiiiipi'i men 1*4 once applied the
torch, and the village was destroyed. Tiie
negroes tliell advanced on the woods
Avhere the nnioil miners Avere concealed
ancl iTiitil daylight a ftigiladc Ayaskept iip
'betweeH the factious.
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Shelf and Heavy Hardware
SOLE AGENTS FOR
Giant Powder
TRUAX
ORB
OARS
Canton Drill Steel
CARRYsIN STOCK
Jessop's Steel, Iron, Goal
Pipes, and Fittings
Giant, Caps and Fuse
Tools, Cutlery, Tin
and Woodenware
Stoves, Ranges,
Iron, Steel,  Sheet
Iron, T-Rails ^
Paints, Oils, G-lass
NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.
NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf
tf.
A. Ring- of Beauty
is a Joy to Both
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PRICES RANGING FROM $9.50 TO $30
Lawrence Hardware Co.
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THE   FINEST   PLEASURE.  RESORT   IN   KOOTENAY
Canadian Banquet iii London,
LoxKON^july 1.—The Dominion._Ba.y_^
lamiriueir Avas held tiiis evening, lord
Strathcona and Mount Boyal, Giinadian
high commission er, presiding. Tlie
gnCsts included all the agents general for
the colonies and the earl of Aberdeen, the
marquis of Lorne, lieutenant-general
Laurie ajid a number of Canadian residents of London. Lieuteuaiit-generai
A.A__I.Hrjort.,foi'inerly eoinniandei'of the
British troops in Canada, replied to the
toast of the aii/nry. Lord Sti'atliconA and
Mount Royal, in proposing the -'Dominion
of' Canacla, referred to the Abjatitic service and $aid he had evefy confidence tha t
better ineaHs of' cOnrinitnication Avould
soon be had. He expressed the hope that
the Australian cable Avould soon be est-a-b-
lished and Canada for genci'ations be
fii'iilly fixed to the mother country.
Conference on Newfoundland Trouble.
St. Johns, NeAvfoimdhuid, July 1.—
The French, flagship Isley Henrique arrived here today. Tlie commodore of the
Heilrrique comes to confer Avith the British commodore, George A. Ciifi'ard, and
the colonial authorities respecting tlie recent dispatch in regard to the treaty
coast. The colonial ministry maintain
a determined attitude and unless the
French are prepared to make generous
concessions, no agreement is likely to be
reached.        	
Drowned in the Erie Canal,
LooiU'ORT, N. Y., July 1.—Cornelius
Hartigan, aged .30 years, and Marita
Mayhar, Avere driving home from Gas-
port along tlie Erie canal this afternoon,
when their horse plunged into the Avater.
Roth A\*ere droAvned before help arrived.
Father Shoots His Child'
.   Svuac_;s_'_, July 1.—John. Masters, of
/! Hi Stou-art-avenue', accidentally shot.liis
.seven-year.rold daughter in the abdomen
with \a'--'te calibre  revolver. . He had iiiT
of'fjh'ey iibyitys soil 'ivlicr.O' aliything- .Vvjll, nnd cost iio'
ii>'orclilfiin! tIios;<56,_!iilpu.l)liful l^p.jf.tii.tiQ'j,      _ ■'■
";{. Who'll j'bi.i^vaufculiiiiiioiftls, willtc.torJa^olj'UOm'.
"'* \y.hefi you'wVnt,„\i"!rfch'QSj cdjid/foO/idqij) iJriVi'i', *
. AVlifeii'yd.ii'Want gold aiid silver loi.gi.clto ■Uliaiii5';"ask
,fG.i\Jacd§";_!qiVQr.
"• Wlieli j'tftS Avant,storliiig !?IIv.cr npA^lLics;,, _a«urt tp .lagoJi
"p.oycir; y , °     : „ • .,      .,    \
."  AV.l]nciryoii..\v!_it"..UDnft^ei;,l!_;q,'!i JSJ7 Iviilycg" aifd fbrKsr,.
%entl't(i J;ilcob_°)ov4i\ n n" "       „.  '„ .. „„
°   Wli&n }^\(,-\vknb_£hiuojanil)yii__,-'fo_.'Jiiti9b'lf|f(}'V'or. •
.  AVliQii yfiii want'tliii iSai'tv piano,- send foi: ea{,atoS;iii_ to
Jacob Oovpr.,.
.  AVliOli J'oli want .first-Class  gOofc, buy  fi'jnv Jacob'.
__6ypif..
■ • AVhqn Xounvaiit \vatclics rgpaited, sciiA tlicyf toDJacob
PoVpi". ■ .  ..
A^hcii yoii Tp'ant Jewelry liiai,iuCactiii'&d.6_' ropuircd,,
send it to Jacob DO ver,
AVlipnyou wiilitlo"seeacoiiiplcfielinooPRoodsilaabovd
u_oiil_ioiicd, call at
A Yolley: pf Eep^^fhy'ii^t/ps^vS^mW^i^iibiiqn- |nt«."."E-ve'i|yn Hprii'e tn-person'"
_— t*i4- /*. Qf the 'ItdA^lijig 'S'U'oc^s .Of ",1'afet w'e^ks,* hi'^itoek rall'cti'oil' saTe>'Soi1iC
ti'l    1   JxJ'i/_^ ' ' "^ n "   n -    ■       D. n    *' * *   mo     -   m  n ■     ijj    n"    a n °"ha"       ' "
"3'Tsf:K°**" li'nJ!,sT'§cat(;ijred 1>jS'i,_ou^h "the 6yo6kery dcjSai'tnleii^ e^bitpgd "tlie lilrtn-
ager's pi'lhvin,g Inrife/'oi' the _ii.sfcoJft&i^H .tiitcjiiffn?. - XKfesc,, Wth 'XIs_"*iGj-e. of lufilcy ipu:i'-
■dli.iiies in otlier lines, ul'c your fruit fur tliis."Aveok, Hiis-siile. AV-oukl/n,ot''bnpe .liQ.ce'.ss.t.iiy
liod the Avai'tri, weather cOinc Cavs or ;lhi:ce"'Ave'ejcs eClriier,, Ixii't'it-is aui!°T'uib in :l)(isi-
ncM to I'OAV'ai- tho stock, before our .senAaunual fjiVentdf^, Wc take our IViedicine
philosqpliieafly and jvill greet y0u plfejtfe'ojitjy Aylicn yati .cSilie to help uS .cilipty. Our
shelves to -the ijUiek-gtep tijiie of Stock-taiciiig.prices.
JEWELRY=SIORE^HEL-SQN,
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orpes
rup^s
Ifept by all grocers and fruit store dealers,
liinie Jt.iCe Cordial, Xlaspborty, Strawberry,
. l'lncnjipltv'l.i'uiriil. A'juliiln, Siirejiprtrilla, ChOe-
ohite, CoH'cc; QranKe, Orange yiiospliatb.
VTO'rOUTA    ,
v^N«auvj<;H
I.IMI'KKD.
WE JURE THE EXC_jTJSiVE AG-feNTS for many of Jt.be Best llneis of
_a'oeeries. aiid al*wky_ haVe- a fresii. wholesome Stbclt on hand.
Telephone 10.
K& W.
Bafeer street We^st, Nelson
NELSON   LICENSE   DISTRICT.
Notice is hereby tfivoii that the iindeniicnUoiied por-
rions liave made applic •! ion under the provisions cf tlie
"Liquor License Act, IS!'!l." for hotel licenses at the places
set opposite to their respective names:
Robert AVood at Thistle IIol'ul, live iniles southwest
from Nelson.
AVilliam Bauer at Sayward.
A meetinjj of the Hoard of License Conunissioners of
the Js*"elson License District will be held to conxklf r such
applications at the court house at the city of Nelson on
Saturday, the fifteenth day of July, J SOU, at the hour of
eleven o clock in the forenoon.
WM. H. BULLOCK-W'KBSTEU.
Chief License Inspector.
Provincial Police Ollice, Nelson, H. C, 1st, July, ISO!).
AINSWORTH   LICENSE   DISTRICT.
- Notice is hereby given that the undermentioned persons have made application under Ihe provisions of the
"Li.jiior License Act, KSil!)," for hotel licenses, at tho
places set opposite to their respective names:
Swan Pete son at Argenta.
Cheine & Stubbs at Duncan City.
II. A. Mcllonald atLnrdo Itivcr.
A meeting of the board of license commissioners of the
Ainsworth license district will lie held to [-(insider such
applications at the court house at the city of Kaslo on
Monday, the seventeenth day of-July, •W): at Ihe.hour
of S o'clock in the.afternoon.
- . \vai. ii..ijui.i_o'.k:-\vki*st_':i.,
■■.-->-  ' chief License Inspector.
Provincial Police Ollice, Nelson, It. (;., 1st July, Iti!1!*.
MONEY SAVED BY BUYINOf YOUR
Fruit Jars, Jelly Basses,
eto., ze^hoim: tjs
We carry the largest stock
Van fill your orders for any quantity
M. DesBrisay & Co.
FRUIT JARS I    FRUIT JARS I
Direct  from the manufacturer in pints,  quarts, and
half gallons.
Lake of the Woods Flour in stock.
JOHN A. IRVING & COMPANY
linker Street West, Nelson, B. C.
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