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 ���i -rmm.  Mineral Produotlot* of British Columbia In 1900  $16,407,645  NINTH YEAE  _______________  Mineral Pr-ductlon of Kootenay \i\ il M  $iO,532,032  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1901  FIVE CENTS  m CELEBRATION  /Nelson  Sees Two Days of  Clean Sport.  ���rssjL  CITY GRANOLY ILLUMINATED  AND   BUSINESS   HOUSES   TASTEFULLY DECOItATED.  Winners of.the Various  Contests and  the Prizes Awarded --Baby  O-  Show a Feature.  ,,t  ���'*.  Nelson had her usual good luck on  Dominion Day. The weather was all  that could be desired. The crowd was  large, probably the largest ever in attendance at a celebration here. The  events were almost without number, and  most of them were keenly contested.  ���   While no records were made,.there weie  Imany  evidence**  that  the  material' ior  record  smashers  is- hero,  if it is  -jnly  I   trained.   Tho two-days' celebration was  t'"\ I j    carried  out  without  any jangling  and  |ll,        -     -without   clashing   and -'during   all   the  !"   * time,there was no disorder, and not a  single  intoxicated   person   was   in  c*.i-  dence.  % The, greater  number of  the  visitors  were from-the  Slocan,  the celebration  at .Grand Forks and Trail "drawing the  people  of  Rossland.    Ymir,sent  quite  'a-delegation, and Kaslo's mayor brought"  'a "strong  following.    Medicine  Hat,  a.  "to.wn.away out in the Territories, dent  a cracker-jack lacrosse team, who made  a good ' impression ' on  the  crowd  thai  " -witnessed their playing.  .  "_    * ThCifollowing is a fair  summary of  the different attractions and games:  TIIE PARADE. ] ,  The   celebration   programme   opened  .��� with   the   trades   procession.     The-" inevitable delay  occurred  in  getting  the  procession ready to. move off," but when  i_r��;.-���*������*��� -  it did start it moved, around the streets  '"-uf'^T- " without' mishap *of any kind.    The pro-  ��"-v I 1 -Tircession, "while   attractive,   was   not - up  ''--^^--^^tp/jihe^standard.'of former,, sears,.. This  3*r* ji,S7*5ij_TJ;o "small measure was due to the utv  settled state of the weather for the past  few weeks and the likelihood that the  floats would require to bo(sp arranged  that a shower would not damage them.  This doubtless  prevented  many of  th'e  merchants from being represented.    Ar  was to be expected, the children's float  whicli had been arranged by Dr. LaBau  and' Mrs.  W.  A.  Macdonald  proved  tc  be the'most attractive in thoJine, great  . care being evidenced in the costuming  and grouping of the scores of little people who were all tucked out in their besl  and wore their happiest holiday smiles  This float was, however, excluded frou  - the    competition    for'   the   j*rocessioi  prizes,   as   it  was   not   considered   fail  to  put the other  exhibitors  into  competition with so much youth and beauty.  .. Following the circus parade the ordei  of the procession was:  Children's float.  Uniformed Rank K. of P.  Brackmen & Ker's float.  Mansfield     Manufacturing     Company's  float.  Kootenay Monumental Works' .float.  J    G.   Bunyan   &   Company's   furniture  float.    '������:���'..  J.  Y.   Griffin -..& Company.  .   Hazelwood Dairy.  D    McArthur   &   Company's   furniture"  float.  Carpenters' Union float.  Carpenters' Union on Foot.  Decorated bicycles..  Farmer   Brown's   turnout.  The prize baby.  Trackmen's Union.  Miners' Union.        .  Typographical   Union.  . Plasterers'  Union.  Nelson  Trades and  Labor  Council.  Painters' Union.  In arriving at their decision as to th'  best display of trade or business th*  judges awarded the first prize to .). G  Bunyan "& Company,for their furniture  float, which was certainly a very fin'  display of.high grade furniture. Tin:  award carried with it* the handsonv  cup on exhibition in Jacob Dover's win  dow. The second award was to the iloa  7 of the Monumental Marble Works, or  which a number of men were at worl  cutting stone and marble. The Car  penters' Union carried off the thin.  prize for their display. It consisted, o  a float upon which a number of carpen  'ters were at work in building a house  which .was all but completed by' th  time the procession had completed it -  rounds. The Mansfield Manufacturin  Company had a good float in the pro.  cession upon which a number of brick  layers were at work in running up ;  brick building. By many this was re  garded as the best float in the parade  although the bricklayers were some  . what handicapped in their work by th-  shifty nature of their foundation wall*?  This float was awarded a diploma,, a*  were also the turnouts of D. McArthur  & Company, J. Y. Griffith & Compan;  and Brackmen & Ker.  The prize for the best comic turnou  was awarded to Farmer Brown's mar  keting  outfit,   aud   the   second   to   th  octoroon baby which was trundled ove*  the entire route of the procession bj  its perspiring mamma. In the best  decorated bicycle contest the first, prize  for the girls was awarded to little'. Mi'-*:  Riblet, and the second to Lillian "Russell. The first prize for boys went to  Harold Cameron and the second to  George Gore.  In the prizes offered for the best turnout of the labor bodies the miners carried off the honors again, the printers  being awarded the second prize and the  plasterers the third.  The judges mado their awards for the  best groomed horses" as the procession  moved along. In this contest the fire  department horses were' barred, as indeed the firemen's display was in the  floats-competition., But in recognition  of the skill shown by the firemen in  thoir decorations a diploma was awarded to them. The judges awarded the  poll team on the McArthur float the  flrst prize for groomed horses, th'e second going to the leaders on the children's float and the third,to the strawberry  roan  team. ��� >  THE WATER-SPORTS. -  The arrangements made' for the pulling off of the-water sports were not of  the best, as the members of the committee found it impossible to attend to  the affair and at tho same time compete in the several events in which  thoy were entered and from which they  could not withdraw without disappointing others.  ��� The flrst event on the card was the  final her.t in^ tho junior fours between  the Pullen and Nace crew*. This proved  to he a very fine race with an exciting  finish, The Nace crew got off first and  maintained their advantage until- within 200' yards of the finish, when the Pullen crew' made a magnificent spurt and  crossed the line with a lead of about  a  length.  - The finel heat in the senior fours between the Winter and Thomson crews  was disappointing in that what promised to he an exciting contest was spoiled by an accident which nut the Thomson boat out of* the race. Tbe boats  got off well together and came down the  entire course well", together. ��� -en  about half w?y the Winter crew had a  slight advantage and both were evidently reserving their strength. " When  within 150 yards of the finish the Thomson crew commenced to put all their  strength into the work.-'but Beaven  made a slip, and in attempting-to recover themselves the boat was upset.  The other winners in the afternoon's  events were: Single paddle canoe, J.  Hedley; mixed doubles, H. E. Croasdaile and.Mrs. A. H. Buchanan; double  paddle, Hedley and McFarland; lidies'  sinp-les, Miss Pearson first, md Mrs  Procter-'second; single sculls, " F. J.  O'Reilly" first, and J. 'jdedley second:  men's doubles, H. -Pollock-and R. W  Brigstocke; veteran doubles, Croasdaile  arid-Procter first, and Applethwhaitc  and'Fishburn second. .Considerable interest wps iaken.in ihe veterans'^ fours_  ���This race was between-a-crew .stroke**"  by R.'W. Day'and "composed of A.'E. C.  Buchanan, P. Criddle and Forde, and f  crew stroked by T. G.-Procter and-madr  up of Cropsdaile, Evans and Fishburn.  The race went to the Day crew easily.  THE FOOT RACES.   .  The foot races on Baker street drew  a _rood crowd durine the afternoon  There were not many outside entries  and as a result the local men divided  the prizes among themselves. *  There were but three entries in the  quarter mile race, Wallach, J. Thompsor  and George Nunn. They flnished-in the  order named, the' race being an easj  thing for Wallach.  The 220-yard race drew four entries  Kirby Douglass, R. H. Ormund, Wallaci  and George Nunn.' Dougless finished  first with Nunn second. In the 150-yard  "hurdle race-Tom" "HendersonT^-Jr-Nunir  and Ormund entered, Henderson finishing first. , There were four entries in  the 100-yard dash, Douglass, Ormund  J. Nunn and Harry Houston. The race  went to Nunn with Houston second. In  the race for. boys under 14 years bu'  one boy to enter from each town there  were three entries,; Quigley of North-  port, McBeath-of Nelson and Robertson  of Slocan. The Slocan youngster was  much tho fleetest of foot and soon showed up. well in front. He finished flrst  with McBeath second. -  NELSON WINS AT FObTBALL.  The association football match between the Slocan and Nelson teams resulted in a victory for the home men  after a rather tough game by a score  of two goals to none, the Nelson goalf  being secured by Martin and Ault.. The  checking was very loose throughout.  During the first half neither side scored.  During the second half the play was all  on the Slocan fla*.s. The. teams were  made up as follows: "Nelson���Muurc  -*;cal, Archibald . and Pinkerton backs,  Morrison, Montgomery and Porteou?  half-backs, Thompson center, Ault and  Martin right wings, and Newport and  McNicholl left wings; Slocan���G. uiem-  ent goal, L. Howson and J. Fisher backs  R'. Andrews, W. Hicks and R. Nichol  half-backs, J. Pinchbeck center, W. llcn-  selwcod r.nd H. Linnell right wings  and A. W. Linnell and J. Lamev icfl  winns. '  JUNIOR BASEBALL  MATCH.  A baseball match was played early  in the morning between the Kaslo and  Nelson juniors .which resulted in ar  -*asy victory-for-the home boys by f  score of 34" to,8. ��� The players on the  Nelson team were:. MacBeath left field  Gallon center, McArthur right field, McLean pitcher, Stead first, Wallace third  Sharpe second, LaPointe short, and  Johns catcher; Kaslo���Bishop catcher  J. Carney right, T. Carney left, Lind^ey  second, McDonald third. Turner first,.  Spears center, Willy short, and Greci)  pitcher.  THE BALL GAME.  The Nelson ball team fell easy victims to Billy McAdams' aggregation  of Slocan Freaks on Monday afternoon.  There were some good spots in the game  but the local men were the taueuder**'  from the start, and although they gave  the game a sensational finish they failed  to catch up. Petty of Sandon did the  twirling for the visitors, and although  he is not rated very high as a pitcher  ho managed to keep the local men guessing from the start, holding them down  to six hits all told, half of which would  have been cut off with sharp work in  the field. The Nelson team was strengthened" hy Sheere in the box and weakened by Cook at short, who was kept  on the field long after his usefulness  had been determined. The Slocan men  took very kindly to Sheere, charging  nine hits up against him, but it cannot  by any means be said that lie was responsible, for the loss of the came. He  caught no less than 10 of the~*Slocan  batters at the plate, which should be  effective enough to win any game. Houston, however, did rather indifferent  work .behind the bat. while Worth at  third and Cook at short made cosily  errors which were enough to take "the  heart out of any pitcher.  The Slocan team' did not show up  -very well in the fleld, but they redeemed  themselves with the stick,' Bailey getting in a double and a triple, and Petty  a double and a single. In short Petty  may be said to have played pretty much  tho whole game. He struck^ out 14 of  the Nelson men. fielded his posit:on  well, and got in a couple of hits when  they were most needed.* The score of  the game is appended:  -    SLOCAN.        AB. R. BH. PO. A.   E.  Bailey,   2b    5     1     2     3     1     0  Giegerich, ss    5     1     1     0     0     4  Murphy,  lb.."....   1,    1     0     1     0     1  Greenlee, rf   4     0     2     3     0     0  Richards,   cf..."   3     1     0     2     1     0  Long,  c...:    4     0     1   10      3      1  Esch, 3b., lb   3     2     0     6     0     2  Kidwell, If    4     1     1     0     0     1  Petty, p   3     2,2     1     30  Lamey, 3b   4     0     0     1     0r   0.  Totals   36 9 ' 9 27     8 9  NELSON:       AB. R. BH. PO. A. E.  Mills,   cf.,   2b....   5 1 0 1     0 0  Eacritt, 2b., ss 5 2 1 4     1. 0  Cook,   ss    3 2 0 0      1 2  Edwards, rf   5 0 1 0~    0 0  Houston, c    5 0 0 10   - 2 0  Sheere,  p..."    4, 0 1 2    .0 1"  Blackwood, If.... '4 0 1 2     0 1  Campbell, lb    4 0> 0 6     0, 0  Worth, 3b   4 1 3 1     1 4  Phair,   cf    1 0 0 0     0 0  Totals   .*    40     6     6   24     7   7  Score by innings:  Slocan......1   0   1 .2   0   0   2   3   *���9  Nelson 1   0   0   0   0   1   0   1   3���6  Summary���Two-base hits, Bailey, Petty; three-base hit, Bailey; double plays,  Eacritt to Campbell, Greenlee to Bailey;  bases on balls, by Petty 1, by Sheere 1;  hit by pitched ball, Esch, Richards;  struck out,- by Petty 14, by Sheere 10;  passed" balls. Houston "4, Long 4; umpire, Dr'" Doherty.  THE .WATER" CARNIVAL.'  - The 'water., carnival proved a. .very at���  ..tractive, feature for*' the" visitors, .-al-  though\,thefe~was a sameness about'it  , for the. Nelson people -which detracted  from its enjoyment as compared witlT  former, years. The arrangements also  fell somewhat short. The committee  in charge placed its reliance upon the  circus band for music, and after playing  two or three rag times the borrowed  band pulled out and the dance portion of  the carnival was crippled. The judges  made the following awards: Best decorated launch, C. W. Busk's. "Flirt;"  best decorated boat, Mrs. W. A. Macdonald; "second. W. Irving; best decorated canoe, G. C. Hodge, second, P.  Criddle; best musical craft, "Flirt;"  most artistic or original launch; "Beaver;" most artistic or original boat or  canoe,  two prizes  of equal value,   In-  _dian_camp,__Mrs T. _G Procter,_ and  "Elaine," Mrs. R. M., Macdonald. The  above three prizes we're given in place  of those for the sailing and comic numbers, for which there were no entries.  - THE  DRILLING CONTEST.  Fully a thousand people viewed the  drilling' contest, which took place on;  the vacant lots east of the Queen's hotel. The contest was in charge of John  Houston and "''Blake" 'Wilson of the  sports, committee,;_and- Jacob Dover acted as official timekeeper.. Before the  contest "^commenced'^j. Roderick Robertson authorized the committee to announce that the Ymir Mines, Limited,  would give a ?50 purse for a second  prize in the championship cup contest,  and Messrs. Bowes & Walmsley contributed $25, to be added to the second  prize in the amateur contest. As there  was but one entry in the championship  cup contest, it was not deemed necessary to announce that there, would be- a  second prize. Oscar White, superintendent of the Slocan Star.mine at Sandon, entered George S. McL&KTand William M. Ross as duly commissioned to  represent* that mine in the contest for  the championship cup, and certified that  both had been steadily employed at  his mine for the 30. days immediately  prior to the 29th of June. There being  no other entries, the word "Go" was  given them. at. 2:15 p. m., and eight minutes later their drill stuck. The remaining seven minutes were occupied  in getting the drill out, and when the  rock was closely examined it "was found  that a "split" was the cause5 of the mishap. Although the team knew they  had a walkover, they were drilling for  "blood," and they wanted to get a hole  that would be a record breaker, ^oui  are good men, and do fine work. When  the hole was measured, it was found  to be 29.1-16 inches deep.  The next contest was for drillers who  had never won a prize in former contests. Two teams entered, namely, McDonald and McGillivray from the Ymir  mine, and Hoskins and Holmes from  Nelson. The flrst named drilled flrst,  and did pretty work. One of them, McGillivray, is7buf a boy in appearance  and has only worked as a miner for  four months. Their hole measured  37 3-8 inches. Charley Hoskins and his  partner evidently has not practiced  much together, but they worked hard  and got down a hole that gave them  second money with 36 inches.  Taken as a whole, the contest was a  good exhibition of drilling. 'MeLeod and  Ross are big men; men who' have worked long enough at their trade to be expert hammersmen, and they might be  classed as professional drillers, for they  can hold their own with any team in the  country at such work. McDonald and  McGillivray are fair specimens of the  young men who come west and learn to  be miners. They have "sand" and they  are getting experience. Hoskins and  his partner are working miners, who  can do a good day's work in a mine;  but they need more than a" week's practice together before they will be able  to- get the best that is in them at a  drilling contest. . -\  The championship cup is .now the  property of the Slocan Star mine, teams  representing that mine having -won it  two years in succession. It may 'become as famous in future drilling cpn-  tests in Kootenay as the America's cup  has become "in yacht racing. ���)  -      QUOITING   CONTESTS.        '.!('  ���   " -J  The Nelson Quoit Club's contest* on-  Monday afternoon drew a large number of spectators despite the many "other  attractions. Three.teams were entered  for the club championship of Kootenay,  the Nelson, Ymir and Young Men's| Social Club of this city. The Nelson-.team  drew the'bye and the Ymir and Y. ifr. S.  clubs played the preliminary game/ the  Ymir men winning easily, "only onejma***-.  on their team being defeated. Iri*" the  final between the Ymir- and NcJlson  teams, the home team wpn hands down.  1 .m ��� rofiftiinary game'the score's were  Ymir~ 62, Y.' M. S. 37, and in -the final,  Ymir 28 and Nelson 62. The Ymir learn  was'made up of Jordan, McKassan, par-  bottle -and .Hart; the Y. M. S.t'eam of  Watehorn, Irving, 'Clayton and Munroe;  and the Nelson team of Wallace',' Telford, Nunn and Beer.  In the individual championship'there  were sixteen entries and the contest  was very exciting, some of the play being, exceptionally close. The scores in  this content were: - -      "..  First round���Smythe 21, Purdy 19,  Newitt 21, Wallace 21', Jordan 15? Telford 21, Watson 11, Beer 21, McKassen  13, Gillett 21, Elliott 16." $.  Second round���Smythe'21; Newitt 12,  Irwin 21, Skerratt,14, Telford 21,3 Wallace 10, Beer 21, Gillett 18.   .        |  ���Third round���Irwin - 21, Smythe 8,  Telford 21,"Beer 12. ">'*  Final round���Telford 21, E.' Irwin 8,  Smythe and Beer playing for'�� third  place, Beer being victorious by a- score  of 21 to 8.  The club's championship is .still unfinished, the following teams having  still to play: Nunn, Weir Purdy' .-Lillie  and Telford,. Telford vs.- Weir'will be  played this evening,   y  ' THE DECORATIONS. '*'  Not the least .attractive feature of  the" 'celebration waa. the ga.yr-_appear-  ance of Baker street during the evening.  From Hall Tt'o Kootenay streets on Ba-,  ker, and up Stanley street to the Phair  hotel the tramway company made a  very brilliant electrical display. Some  27,000 candle power was utilized, which  converted the street into..a dazzlin**:  avenue of light, the effect of which was  very much heightened by the exterior  and interior decorations of the business  houses. In short, the possibilities in the  way of electrical displays were never  before attempted upon so generous a  scale in Nelson, and the results attained  were very pleasing.  E. E. Phair carried off the honors in  the way of house decorations, the Hotel Phair being a perfect picture. The  balconies were dressed in a wealth of  evergreen and trimmed with bright col-  "b"re"d���bu"nting7~signal���flags"_and���stream^"  ers, and when the whole was illuminated  at night bv countless Chinese lanterns  and colored electric lights in all manner of fancy shapes and shades, mine  host Phair had easily the most attractive display in-the. city. Mr. Phair's  efforts did not end here, however, for  suspended from the ceiling of the second balcony, was a very attractive electrical device in the shape of a large  Union Jack. This was designed in colors to represent the merchant marine  Jack, with the red field and me Jack  in the corner, and a mechanical device  supplied a movement to the lights which  gave the flag the appearance of flying  in the breeze. The Has. was of generous dimensions and could be seen very  distinctly from" the water'front. The  Phair received the award of the judges  as being the best decorated building  in the city. '  Of the many fine displays made by  Baker street merchants that of the Hudson Bay Company was easily the first,  both in point of magnitude .and originality of conception. In the company's  Stanley street window was a miniature  reproduction of a trout pool with pieces  of evergreen representing the forest,  and advantageously displayed around  the same was a fine range of fishing  tackle embracing-everything Known to  the ^disciples of Isaak Walton. In the  large dry goods window on Baker street  was. displayed an attractive line of  ladies' wear ; in- which : laces, parasols  and handkerchiefs formed a leading  feature, together with a fine range of  carpets, curtains and'.draperies. The  grocery window was the one which attracted the greatest attention, however,  as it represented in miniature the old  Hudson Bay post at Fort Simpson.-on  the .Mackenzie river, as it existed in  1806. In it was reproduced the stockade  which ran around the main building,  and the two buildings occupied by the  company's servants at the post. In the  front of the post were the traditional  cannon, which were counted as an essential requisite for trading on the  frontiers iu the early days. Nothing  appears to have been overlooked in tiie  work of reproducing the old post. The  Mackenzie is reproduced, as well as the  forest of pines, the Indian tepee, und  the horses of the post grazing in the  river  hottom.    The   Hudson   Bay  dis  play naturally carried off the award for  the best window decorations.  - The Lawrence Hardware Company devoted one of its windows to a miniature reproduction of a mining scene.  In one corner a small hogback was  built up in the face of which a tunnel  was shown. At the mouth of it a loaded ore car was shown in the operation  of discharging its ore over the dump,  from the face of which a team wis in  waiting to convey it to the miniature  smelter and refinery which was shown  in the other corner of the window, and  which was labeled "The New Refinery  Projected for Nelson."  Among the groceis William Hunter  & Company secured the first prize. Their  decorator had hit upon a patriotic display which caught the fancy of the  judges and everybody else. , Their centerpiece was a map of the Dominion  under wliich was the motto: "Canada  Our Country." In the front of this was  a figure of Miss Canada in a bodice  fashioned from the Union Jack . and' a  skirt from the Canadian ensign. To the  left of the figure was a very attractive  display of Canadian preserved and  canned fruits, and to the right an equally  attractive display of Canadian grown  and prepared vegetables. Suitable mottoes were arranged^with oranges and  the whole was set off to advantage by  a generous use of colored lights and  decorative papers.    -  Some exceedingly pretty effects in red  and white were secured in J. A. Gilker's  gents' furnishing window by Dan McNicholl. The floor of the ^window was  covered with red- and white squares.  An arch of evergreen- constituted '. the  background,'in the, center were several  handsome table bouquets of roses, aud  through the whole -" red and white  streamers were very artistically draped,  with red and" white lights illuminating  from the ceiling and showing% to advantage a fine range of gents' furnish-  in*.s.  Fred Irvine & Company contented  themselves with a window display of  rich silks and brocades in which anything in the way "of holiday decorations were carefully excluded and with  remarkably good effect as despite the  finding of the judges the firmNhad a  display which, in the opinion of the  ladies, at least, was the queen of all  windows.  ��� Morrison & Caldwell secured a diploma for their grocery display and it  was certainly an honor well earned.  Their decorator confiend himself to a  few yards of holiday buntingand tho  "very attractively put up teas and spices  of the Regal brand, and it was certainly astonishing the pleasing effect  produced with mottoes made up of the  "small cans of-spices, and flanking pyramids of teas.  John A. Irving & Company had"a  very attractive window in which the  Hondi teas were the 'central figure set  off with- red, white and blue bunting.  W. F.- Teetzel & Company did not attempt anything very extensive in the  ���way "of ..window -dccocations,"'4but they  made" a "very effective display "pf their  specialty, which is assayers' supplies,  it being* doubtful if the complete range  whicli they displayed in these goods  could be equaled by any "other hoase  in Canada. The,local jewelers in the  main contented themselves with making" attractive displays of their stocks.  Jacob Dover's' window was given over  to the display of the prizes offered in.  the several events, and'that of Brown  Brothers to a neat display of jewelry  and novelties.  DECORATED RESIDENCES.  The prize for the best decorated residence was awarded to Mrs. John Houston.   The prize is five pounds of tea.  _ THE SECOND DAY.  The first event on the programme for  the second day was the Caledonian  sports, which were pulled off on t'.ie  Recreation Grounds, the great bulk of  the work falling to James Lawrence  and John Houston. A., of'the numbers  drew a fair field of competitors, and  some very  good  sport  resulted.  Putting the 16-pound shot.���In ibis  there were four entries, Dr. McLennan,  G. S. MeLeod, W. P^O'Neill and W. M.  Ross. O'Neill won with a mark of 4S  feet 8 inches.  Throwing the 56-pound weight.���In  this the same four were entered witn  the addition of J. J. Chambers. This  also went to O'Neill with 30 feet 7  inches. ���  Throwing the 16-pound hammer.���rn  this Dr. McLennan. G. S. MeLeod,  O'Neill, Ross and Saare were entered.  This also was captured by OINeill .Vrith  a throw of 114 feet. . 7  Tossing the caber.���In this event McLennan, O'Neill, MeLeod and Ross wore  entered, and O'Neill won again with a  throw of 30 feet 6 inches.  Vaulting with a pole.���There were  but three entries in this, Gusty, Hicks,  and MeLeod, the latter winning with i  vault of 8 feet 2  inches.  Standing jump.���For this there were  five entries, Gusty, O'Neill, Campbsll,  Stutter and .Sheere. O'Neill won .with  a jump of 12 feet.  Running jump.���The same men entered in this with the exception of Stutter. The jump went to Sheer with a  mark of 18 feet 8 inches.  Running high jump.���For this O'Neill,  Gusty, Stutter and Houston entered. The  event was taken by Gusty with a jump  of 4 feet 6 inches.  Standing hop, step-and jump.���In this  Gusty,__0'Neill. Stutter and Sheere entered. Gusty won with a jump of SI  feet 9 1-2 inches.  Kicking the football.���There were six  entries in this event,_Carrouthers, Burt,  McLennan, Pickard, Montgomery and  Lyons. The kick went to Pickard with  121 feet 11 inches.  Throwing the baseball.���In this Gusty,  Sheere, R. Thompson, juonston, Stutter  and Wormington entered. Thompson  won out, the distance not being measured.  Running the bases.���There were but  three entries in this. Gusty, Sheere and  Houston. Houston won, making the- circuit in 15 1-5 seconds. Gusty's time was  16, and Sheere's 17.  In the pulling contest for draught  horses Mike Scully's team took the flrst  prize and Crowe's team the second.  In the pony race the flrst prize went,  to the Reisterer pony, and the second*  to Whittet.  TRAP SHOOTING.  The trap shooting tournament started  at 10 o'clock, and although only a few  from outside attended, the local, meu  showed up well. Over 1000 pigeons were  trapped. The programme was, -shot  through without a hitch.^  -  Event No. 1���At 25 clay birds, 13  entries. Clarence Goepel flrst with ��0  breaks, P. Nelson second with 16. '  Event No. 2���The Sweepstake at Ave  birds, 10 entries. C. D. Blackwood aud  E. Criddle won flrst with 5 breaks, Clar,->  ence Goepel and Pollock second with 4.  Event No. 3���The Individual Cham7  pibnship Cup,' at 50 birds, 10 entries!  Won by Clarence Goepel with 35 breaks.  E. Criddle and Dr. Hall came second  with 33 each. The highest scores on  this event were: Clarence Goepel 33,  E. Criddle 33.-Dr. Hall 33. P. Nelson  30, S. Nelson 29. "  Event No. 4���The Corby Challenge  Cup, at 20 birds, 10 entries.- Won by Dr.  Hall with 17 'breaks. This being the  second time Dr. Hall has won, it now  becomes his own.  Event No. 5���At 10 birds, three prize**.,'  10 entries. The three winners were Dr.  Hall, E. Criddle and P. Nelson with 17  breaks. .   ���  ' A number of sweepstakes followed.- .  A GOOD GAME OF LACROSSE. '  The lacrosse match' between the Medicine Hat and the Nelson teams drew-  a good audience at' the Recreation  Grounds yesterday afternoon, when the  admirers of the local men saw them  make an even break in a match in  which their chances were regarded as  nill at the end of the first half. .The  following men composed the teams:  Medicine Hat���Peard goal, W. Hatchet-  point, James'McCurvy cover'point, W.  Peard, M. Peard and 'W. 'Onv-iinh defense, A. Williamson center. Charlos  Neff, V. "Ready and D. McNabb home,  J. Tennant outside home and A. T.  Burns inside home; Nelson���Blackwood goal, 'A. Jeffs point, Farrel-'co.-oi-  "point, Thompson, C. Jeffs and Hawkins  defense, Perrier center, McNicholl, Whittet and Archibald home/Clark outside  home and Vanstone inside home.  In the flrst part of the game the pi j.y  was on the Medicine- Hat flags, but tho  home combination of the Nelson team  was broken up a bit by Perrier being so  closely checked which resulted in :iis  being rather badly cut. W. Peard of  the Medicine Hat team covered his  ground well and the -consequence was  that when the ball got down to tne  ^center - the men on the Nelson defense  field were compelled to' play up close on  honieir-^eaving- their checks -uncovered,  so that every time-the ball came down  on the Nelson' flags there invariably  was-a: Medicine man unchecked which  rendered it comparatively easy for theni  to score. The effect of this .was th*'  in the first half the visitors got the  ball between the Nelson .flags . four  times. The Nelson teaifi's weakness in  being obliged to play Blackwood in Ux-  flags, owing to his being hurt in the  _ball game was very apparent.  When the men, were lined up for  the second half several changes ware  made in the Nelson men's positions.  C. Jeffs was-moved up on the home ana  Vanstone was sent down on the defense,  Alf. Jeffs going to center. The advantage of the change was, at once apparent, Nelson scoring the next four  goals and making a tie J>ut_ of what  "before had looked like certaih""defe"at:  Of the men on the Medicine Hat team  W. Peard played the best lacrosse. Nelt  and Ready in the visitors' home were  also strong men and were responsible  for the four goals secured by the visiters, always being near the ball when it  was-passed out of center and generally  getting away from their checks. Tin-  other members of tne team also played  a good steady game and showed themselves to be in a much better condition  than the Nelson boys.  Among the Nelson team McNicholl  particularly distinguished himself, playing a fast game-from the start to the  close. Archibald played a good steady  game, but showed a lack of confidence  In the ability of the men on the Nelson  home. Perrier played his usual brilliant game, but was very closely checked in the flrst half and appeared to be  the victim of a little unnecessary cutting. Joe Thompson was.very much in  the game, generally, getting the ball  when he went after it. C. Jeffs played  in good form, but on the defense was  too much- inclined to leave his own  check. An improvement was noticed  in his play when he was brought up on  the home field.  A. Jeffs was one of the most useful  men on the Nelson team, playing his  position at point for all there was in  it, but he is almost too good a man to  spare from the center fleld. Vanstone  also showed up better on the defense  In the second half, defense being his  position. Yesterday was Farrel's first  appearance on the Nelson lacrosse field.  He showed himself to be-a useful man  and when he gets to know the capabilities of the Nelson men a little bet:  ter will be a valuable addition to the  team. Hawkins is a good runner and  of more use in the field than between  the flags. Wittet in the second half  played very much better than during  the earlier part of the match. He is  rather light to go up against the average player, but is a good stiok handler  and in a couple of years will make a  strong man. Clarke has hardly had  sufficient practice with the' team to  show to the best advantage, and he  also appeared to be out of condition.  It was a pity that Blackwood had not  held himself in reserve for the lacrosse  match, as he is one of the best men  on the local team and his presence on  the home field would have put up aLdifferent aspect on the first half of the  game.  Speaking generally, the Medicine Hat  men showtd the result of thorough  training. Nelson's men showed the  lack of - training. They require about  three weeks of good haru work, and  should learn to let go of the ball when  closely checked; as individual.playing  will never win In good lacrosse. ' *  The tie ln yesterday's match'' will be  played off, this afternoon and as something very close can be expected should  prove a drawing card.   The "game will,&'  be called at 3 o'clock.      . '-      *��� --l&T  .THE   BABY   SHOW.  -   - ���. - f9>-3. r  The baby show did not take second ;^'I  place to anything tin .connection";".withT&I  the celebration.  It was by long ;odds;v.  the greatest show of, infantile" beautyxf^tj  ever held In the province.   Tne mistake'i^sif  was made of trying" to put the 8howS) on^&l  in the-showrooms of J. G. JBunyan* &$&���  Company, and :-long* before" 'the jentries^^l  were all In the rooms were crowded."an&^Jfl  there were possible prize babies strun'gJ.,J!|  along Baker street for half a-block>:'ithe;|i^  competition was open to all babies,' andSgl  it not only drew an assortment, of g'oodj^  looking babies but remarkably"good *<nai*f?S��_;  tured babies as well.- From-a NelsoiisrwJ  standpoint the only disappointment* ,;in1%|��I  connection with the show was < that^'ai^pl  Kaslo baby discounted" all the���Nelsori?j^I  babies, something which goes' against^-^l  the grain of the Nelson mammas "and/^;  papas alike.     ��� -������ .    ---"'.- r^':^~m  D. L. Stirling-of the St: Charles Cream>fc^|  case of his cdmpany's-cr^m^wa^^offeredSr&J  as one of the-prizes,:but^wnilejapprp}ir^^ I  ing of the committee's/jud_*men��Mn.i��of��;|,'i. I  fering the cream^as *one-ofs,the'prizes]|5f"j|  for the baby show7 he* declined -to ^risk:-^  possible future sales of the .company's^  cream by getting mixed iip injthe^mak^  ing of any awards- in connection ,witn*^  it. After much difficulty,. /'howevef;-!|i  three men were found,.who consented>to||l!sf I  take their .chances in passing-uppn 'the$sfe [  respective "merits ot the "30-odd-babiesj:^|j  entered in the" contest. They "w"ere"cdunt?;M5l  Frederic de Bailliencourt, captain,?Glf-'rf  ford of the Silver King-mine, ahd'^.:M;jj'.!  Johnson. They got-to wurk at once -and Vv<  had all the babies ticketed and number- '-\  ed. Then the real -work'began, 'ine"en- -y  tries" were:   '   ,    *- ":,   - *t'-rT*-1>~\~f.r  Johnnie ��� Pike, six months;; Elizabeth";;,/  Barrow, six months;; Moody ^Campbell^f :,J  seven   "months;    -Jack    Johnstone,'-v21*5_ /'I  months; Henry B. Butler,"nine month's;-^  Mrs. Hodge,'twins, 14 months;'Gladys*^*]  Orban,  16 months;   Catharine ��� Domain,";jv^  22 months; Herbert 01dhiser,'16-months;i7jfj��  Christina Temple,  23 -months ;^17.  May.^^^l  McDonald;   Dori-3   Hedder.   12   months'."f^M  Gertie   Martin,   11   months;' Edith--'M.*.-*3|N|  Nelson, 20 months; Georgina Motion,- 13;i>-tJ  months;    Earl   and    Irene* Donaldson, of- -*1  twins, 23 months; Margaret Cummings,'  18    months;       Florence    Sawyer,y six  months; Charles-A..Kehurst, 17 months;  RoyJBitchie,: eight jnonths;. Fred.Hart-  wig,   six   months;   Edward   Malone,   18  months;  George Darts, 20 months; -the t&fc  Scoley    twins;     William    Bergain,^-18  months;  Norman Walcroft, 10 months;  Dela Cowgen, 15 months.  The judges made their awards -by  numbers, the gold medal being given to  Moody Campbell, a bright little Kaslo  chap; the second prize, a silver cup,  went to George Darts; the third prize,  a box of St. Charles cream, went to Fred  Hartwig; the fourth, five pounds of tea,  went to Charles Kehurst; and the fifth,  a baby carriage, went to Jack Johnstone.  The special prize for twins, two silver  cups, was awarded to the Hodge twins.  Much complaint over the award of the  judges is heard from the mothers who  had girl babies entered in the contest,  as they say the judges were prejudiced  ag"ainst"~girrbabies7"a"_charge"~whlch"ap=*  pears to be borne out by the fact that  In all five prizes not one was allowed  to go to a girl. A committee of the dissatisfied mothers will wait on captain  Gifford and the count Frederic de Bailliencourt today, they being the only  judges available, as Archie Johnson will  be out of town.  J>A\  ������" ?.<  *i  39  ^,i*|  SLOCAN   VS.   TRAIL.  The ball match between the Slocan  Freaks and the Trail.team resulted in  a comparatively easy victory for the  Freaks. Owing to the inability of three  of tha Freaks to stop over for the second game their team was strengthened  by three of the Nelson men. Harry  Houston went behind the bat for them  and caught a magnificent game with  two new men sending them into him  for all they were worth. Eacritt was at  the third bag, and while the ground was  in shape played good ball. Mills of the  Nelson team, who played in the right  garden, made two bad errors in the latter half of the game, but it was after  the rain had made playing on the grass  impossible'and they were, therefore, excusable. The other members of the Slocan team put up a good class of ball,  the several errors charged up against  them being chiefly due to the state; of  the grounds. The Trail men had no  difficulty in finding Murphy, getting five  hits off him in the first four innings,-  when he was replaced by Petty. Then  it was different. During the remainder  of the game the Trail men could only  get one safe hit to their credit, while  during the five innings seven of them  were counted out at the plate. Throughout the game Petty showed great generalship and made many friends among  the spectators by reason of his nice  clean ball.  The Freaks had no difficulty in connecting with the delivery of the Trail  man, getting all told 14 hits. Of these  three went to Petty, three to Mills, and  two to little Richards, including a nice  long drive to deep center, which the  little fellow converted into a three-  bagger by good base running.  The Trail men played a good game  in the field, but lost through their inability to do anything with Petty, the  Sandon man having them guessing as-  :.*  <  -v  (Continued  on  Fourth  Page.) Jll  I*-***  |g~*-  Iff'��;  |-JB_- "  life.  g *r>gf,- ,  |_Of*--  fife*-  h"  1^  A  TPIE  TRIBUTE: NELSON, B. C. WEDNESDAY, JULY 8, 1901  kon't   forget   to  Bay Stores  inspect    the   Hudson's  D  f\n Baker Street.  TWronday and following days this week.  "Tnside our building we will astonish you.  "Mot with our ordinary stock, but  Instead we have on our holiday attire,  and we invite all to come and see us.  Of variety of goods we have"no end; our  our stock is complete in everything.  one of our goods are of the trashy kind,  Nbut are selected from the best markets of the world, so  Don't leave Nelson without making your  7 purchases at our stores.  A"-  T7ou will never regret it.  OQ  thus terminate what we hope  beeu a well spent holiday.  has  -3 ^���a&,^,-S''TS"--a'a':a',--8?'g''<-'**' \k_ ^���t&^s^.&.s^&.s^&^&.&.&^il-^  *g��pi7Si*0&'0'0-0"0*'0-0-0'*.-*-.^  W ���/'���<-/^'ff.-ff''^.fP*^*8?i,ff:^'5-5v-5^:  _iPr  a_ _ ___ ___ ^  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ,'^��r^^'ff:*?-!2f:'^'5?-'��?:*5:-1v*-^ \W ^^-x^-^-tS^^-^^-^*^-^  H-��^  were deserted and laid helpless for  hours, until Miss Sydue.y McKay, a  niece, extricated the prisoners from  their, bonds and secured assistance.  There is no clue to the identification  or' the robbers.' F. White is a millionaire oil operator. The victims are not  in a serious condition.  Afraid of Anarchists.  NEW YORK, July 2.���Th'e World  says: As a result of the many threats  against his life by anarchists, an indefinite leave of absence has been granted  Giovanni Branch!, the Italian consul  general in this city. It is said that ho  has gone back to Italy, where he will  remain until tho "Paterson Reds" are  le-ss active. For weeks before he left  he employed a body guard and kept his  placo of residence a secret. His per,-1  sonal mail was received at the Lotus  Club, but ho was seldom seen there and  sent a messenger daily to get his letters. It was the activity of consul general Branch! in exposing the plot to  kill king Humbert that turned on him  the* hatred of the anarchists.  ��to "ffiribwte  What was actually the tenth annual  celebration by the people of Nelson of -  Canada's   natal   day   passed   unmarred  with friction. Although not "as sucess-  ful as were several former celebrations,  on the whole the people got the worth  of  their  money.   Celebrations  indicate,  what  the  people  like .to .witness, ��� and  managers of these events in the future'  should be guided by the experience that  has been gained in the past. It is safe  to   say   that  there   will   be   no   water  events   in   any  future   celebrations,   as  acquatic sports are not a drawing card.  This is the first year that Nelson was  not in a position to have horse races,  and the cutting out of that great sport  caused hundreds to .remain away or to  ".visit  towns  thot  made  horse  races   a  * feature of their celebrations. Although  a circus was exhibiting, boat races go-  ".ing on, foot races.being pulled off, and  "a loot-ball game being played, all at the  -same time that the drillers were' con-  '- testing   for   a -championship   cup   and  -"other prizes, it is safe to say that over  -one   thousand,  people ��� witnessed    the  drilling   contest   from   start   to   finish.  "Yesterday afternoon over one thousand  ** people paid an admission fee to witness  ^lacrosse   and   baseball   games   that  required less than four- hours time. Nelson should devote her energies to such  sports as the great'bulk of the people  want.    > '  Partial to Children.  From   natural   amiability  or  from   a  well calculated attempt to. achieve popularity, the duchess of Cornwall, who  may shortly visit New York, has made  consideration for the children she has  met one of the most conspicuous feat-  'uies  of the  tour  now ;being' made  by  their English royal highnesses.   This interesting point in connection with the  "future queen has everywhere been realized in advance.    At Singapore,  India,  the duchess  was  received   by a  group  of Chinese boys and girls who had been  coached   by   the   loyal   natives   exactly  how* to receive a royal lady with a weakness for children.    There were five of  the little creatures all elaborately dress-  ���cd~in costly-silk���richly-embroidered^iir  silver   and   gold.     Their   chubby   little  heads    were    surmounted    with    headdresses of almost royal pretentiousness,  every jewel in which was of rare quai-'  ity   and   set   in   fine   gold.     The, little  C-lentils   could   not   move   freely,   so  weighted  were ���' they  with  the massive  snlendor   of   their, attire,   nevertheless  they managed to make a graceful .presentation to the duchess of the bouquet  that had been prepared for her. ,At Melbourne great delight was aroused in the  little Australians by the duchess' pronounced attention to the children's institutions of all kinds, and very pretty  scenes attended her visits to the various  children's hospitals.   At Brisbane, Australia,- the small  folk of the  city decided to welcome her royal highness by  dancing before her.   Five thousand children, therefore, danced before the duke  and duchess in the government house,  and quite deserved the royal commendation which they.afterward received.   In  the event of the royal party's visiting.  New York, the youngest paft of the population will,  thorefore.   be  called upon  for a share of the entertainment.  WALL There's no question about  _ . _CD on. Ours have proved the  rArtn most popular line of pap-  - our wall papers catching  ers in Nelson this season, and rightly  so. They have all the freshness of newness and the charm of original styles.  Earlier in the season we understated-  the virtues of our papers because then  we didn't know what others were offering. We know now for we have seen,  ���side by side. we have measured them  critically, exhaustively;' we find "nowhere the high character of design and  coloring, nowhere .such originality and  refinement in styles, nowhere such, var-  tev. And then' prices. Our plan of selling to you at the same price as tothe-  paper hanger -is- in your , favor, and  means a saving to you of '25 per cent.  Remember, a 20 cent paper here will  cost you elsewhere 25 cents to 30 cents,  and without the style.  THOMSON STATIONFBY CO. Ltd  Before the. House of Lords.  LONDON, July 2.���Earl Russell appeared at the bar of the house of lords  today. He was formally taken into custody on the charge of bigamy by black  rod general Sir Michael Biddulph._Wheu  asked if he'had any application to make  earl Russell requested that the trial be  postponed beyond July 18 in- order to  enable him to prepare his defense. Hit!  application will bo heard July- 4. Tb.o  earl was released on bail.- The proceedings were private.  PUBLIC AUCTION  OF VALUABLE REA.I PROPERTY,  PL/\NT, STEAM TUC, BAB,GE, MATERIAL AND FIXTURES.  \'?' 00' 00' 00' 00' /������*' /*-** 00' 00'  ^������.���'-jjk ���_2_��_2__ -^��- ^ ���^E*  00. ^0 * 00. ^ . 00. 00. 00  SLtx  3t  ���0* .00.00' 0s* '00 - 0* -0*' ��ZL:����*  ���ft"-&*fe-&&*-MP^^  XXXXZ nTTTITTTT-IlllTTJIHHITTTTTTTTTT-rT-p-r  FLAGS      "  AND BDNTINO  "1  36 Baker Street Nelson.  XXXXZXXXZZZIZXXXZXZXZZXXZXZZZZZXXilT.  FLAGS       *  AND BUNTING  ixxxzxxxzzxzzxxxzzxxzxzxzxxxzxzxzxzxixxxxxi  *  #  Flags   and  *  9\  9)  9\  9\  to  Pianos to Rent.  NELSON, B. C.  discovered that Miss Gordon had cast  300 proxy votes besides her own. She  is-probably the only person in the-  United States who has voted so many  limes legitimately in one day. Miss  Gordon has also been recently elected  as the" corresponding secretary 'of the  National American Woman's Suffrage  .Association. -Though but "a young woman and a recent convert to the cause  of woman's suffrage, Miss Gordon is a  most energetic and able worker. All  the New Orleans papers in describing  the results of the election say "the repeaters did it."       ��� ' "  OVER 100 IN  THE  SHADE  Unprecedented <Eeat in the East. ���  NEW YORK, July 2.���Between 2 and  S a.m. fourteen adults died of the!heat  on Manhattan island. The prostrations  were so numerous that it was impossible to keep a correct record of them.  On the ��� street the thermometer registered 94 at 8 o'clock. ,  . PHILADELPHIA, July 2.���The temperature at -8 o'clock' was 91 degress,  five degrees higher than at the same  hour yesterday. The minimum temperature during the night was 85 degrees  at 4 o'clock this morning. Since 1:30  this a.m. 12 deaths and about 50 prostrations have' been reported. All records  -for���July-were-broken-this~morning.   CHICAGO, July 2.���The thermometer  in the street^ registered at S o'clock 86  degrees, only two degrees lower than  at the same hour yesteray. - The heat  Voted Early and Often.  Miss Kate M. Gordon of New Orleans  voted 300 times in' one-day last wei?k,  and, strange to relate, every vote was  strictly legitimate.   A recent law passed  by the ; Louisiana legislature gives  ail  taxpaping   women   the   right   to   vote,  and   by a  special  clause  provides  that  they may'authorize a substitute to vote  for them.'���_ Last week a special election  was held "in New Orlenas to decide for  or   against   improveed   sewerage.     The  women of the city were intensely interested "and had ^organized the"Women!s  Sewerage  and   Drainage  League,"  with  Miss Kate M.  Gordon..as president.    A  crusade   of  parlor   meetings   had   been  held,  and  air went well, until  election  day, when it was discovered that a large,  number of the women were too timid,  to go to the polling booths.    The anti-  sewerage  forces were jubilant and ex-,  pected an easy victory.    But. Miss .Gordon  and   half  a   dozen   other   "sew.e**-  p.gists" met the'difficulty by hiring cabs,  and   obtaining   the  right   to   serve   as  proxies from'women in all parts of the  city.   At the close of the voting it was |  wave is" not broken yet and from present: indications it is uncertain when-it  will.be.   ' ������"       ���"      u     -       .  ST. LOUIS, July 2.���There were many  prostrations from the heat during the  night, ,but no additional deaths-were  reported up to. this morning, when the  'nrnperaturc was 86. There was no  breeze with the heat-and it was extremely oppressive.  WASHINGTON, D. C July 2���Tlie  hot wave continued with little abatement here today. At 9:30 the thermometer at'the weather bureau recorded S9,  which is several degrees lower than the'  showing made in tlie different thermometers down town. This, however,  is two degrees lower than for the same  time yesterday morning. No heat prostrations have been reported this  morning.     * ���  PHILADELPHIA, July 2.-3 p.m.���  The weathre bureau official thermometer registers' 1071-2, breaking all  records.  NEW YORK, July 2.���At 2:15 the  weather bureau thermometer registered  99,' within "one degree of the highest  .record in this city. At 3 o'clock the temperature had dropped one degree, regis-  tei-ing.98 at that time. **  . .PITTSBURG, Pa'.,' July 2.���Twelve  deaths and sixty prostrations from the  heat were reported between midnight  last night.and li o'clock this morning,  making the number of fatalities forty  in twenty-four hours. ���       -    .  . ' '. Made a Rich Haul.  WHEELING, W. Vai, July 2.���Six  masked men entered the palatial summer residerce of Jacob L. . White nt  Brothers Station on the Baltimore i;  Ohio railway, overpowered and gagged  the .seven occupants of the house and  lansacked. it for valuables. They so-  .cured $3000 in money and twice as much  jn jewelry. Mr. White and his aged  wife and their daughter were tortured  by having lighted matches applied to  their bodies and their skin lacerated by  needles in an effort to make them divulge the hiding place of other valuables, but without success.  The' undersigned have received" instructions from the Ontario Powder  Works to offer for sale by public auction  in the stable building on Hall street,  bewteen Baker and Vernon street;*,, and  known as the Reynolds stables, ir the  City of Nelson on  TUESDAY, JULY 30th, 1901  At 1 O'clock P. M��� Sharp.  the following  desirable  improved real  estate, steamboat and barge, plant, etc.,  Site,   comprising  125   acres   of  land,  opposite Five- mile Point, with  about  500   yards   of   water   front,   and   good  wlarf,12  by 2-1 feet, with 103 feet ofj,  tramway.  Six hundred feet of pipe line, with  water right to 21 miner's ' inches of  water.  Buildings, eight in number, connected by private telephone line .with the  City of Nelson, and described as follows: One building 16 x 40 feet, 1 building 16 x 40 feet, 1 building 20 x 20 feet,  1 building 24 x 60 feet, 1 building 20 x 30  'teet, 1 workshop 20 x 20 feet, dwelling  house 14 x 24 feet.  Steamboat "Red Star" and scow.  One "12-horse power boiler and engine, on wheels.  - One upright boiler with engine and  fittings.  About 100 cases of gutta percha fuse,  125,000 detonators,, etc.  About 90 iron .drums, used as -oil  tanks, culverts and sewage purposes.  Two Pairbank scales, of one ton capacity, also tools, household utensils,  and other articles too numerous to mention, a list of which may be seen at the  works, at'the Nelson oflice of the com-  pany or at the office"of the auctioneers  Now is the time to get your Flags and Bunting for your decorations, while our stock is complete.  WE   HAVE   JUST   RECEIVED  $ lOyOOO Yards of Bunting and 200 Dozen Flags  to ASSORTED    SIZES 9}  to ...       ' . ^ "  ��� ^  9\  \\>        They include American,  English Flags and Ensigns,  French, Australian, Scotland, Ireland and Canadian. *?}  at Very Low  Prices *  ���   ' 9.  (fiWe   Have Marked These  TTTTrTTrTTTTTTTTTTTT-fTTT  FLAGS  AND BUNTING  ���to  to  ^V'���*������*�����. ���'*'���'����������� v."*--**. ���*���**������* "^fc. ���'�����������"���<-^ ���'-a--* *'���*���-- ��^--k -^ ��� ^k "^ ��� ^-^  Fred Irvine  JZ3_TXXXXZXZZZXZX__X-_XZXZ_XXIXXZXXIZXXZi:  j . '    FLAGS  AND BUNTING-  XXXXXfl  36  Baker  Street  llxzxx:c  :tzzzzxzzizz:zizz-xzznTzjzzzzzzzlxiz__z:  *��-V ��� ''*_-��. ���*���*����� ��� jj*�� >"*"-\ 'JS*' '**> '2S>  <'>*Z_'*IBtr  **t1&T **tttt-  00 ' 00^00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00' *& ' 0*' 00-  ^��8_��^��S_r -  ' 00' 00'  KOOTENAY  COFFEE CO.  ********* 94-3E*t-ttt Ft* frfft  Coffee Roasters   .  Dealer8 ln Tea and Coffee  *************** *r*r*r*r**:1rt:*  "Wo aro offering at lowest prices the best  grades ol! Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas. - ������    ,  Our Bes*-, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound  $  10  Mocha and Java Hlimd, 3 pounds  1 00  Cboico Blend Coffee, 4 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Coffee, fi poui ds  1 00  Rio Rlend Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  ,-V A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone \11.~  P. 0. Box 182.  WESTIBAKER STREET, NELSON.  Carpets  Carpets  Office  furnishings   consisting  of  one  roll top. desk,- one J. & J. Taylor safe,  ten  foot  length  standi*.g  desk,   letter  presses.. with slrnrt, office counter v.'ith  twelve drawers, stools, chairs, etc.  . Intending purchasers may inspect any  of the above articles by consulting with  H. Maepherson, Nelson agent, at his office in the Madden Block, Ward street,  Nelson, or with the auctioneers, or at  the works at Five-mile Point.  . TERMS.���Cash on purchases of J100  or, under, on purchases over ?100 terms  will bv* :innounccd at time of sale with  other r-ondUions.,  For fin-ther particulars apply to the  undersigned auctioneers, or to  '' M. MACPHERSOX, Madden Block,  *Agent Ontario. Works, Nelson, 15. O.  FISHING TACKLE  WE HAVE THE BEST  FLIES AND  BEST LEADERS MADE.  THE  Minnows, silver and gold and Phantoms  Silk  Lines.  Landing Nets"  And a *plondid line of all Ashing; requisites.  We have just received a Consignment of  OUR PRICES ARE RIGHT.  J, G.  BUNYAN   &  West Baker .Street, Nelson.  CO.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-C. Block.      Corner Ward and Baker 8ts  MANHATTAN SALOON  Domestic  and  CHEfl.WATEpAN&CO  AUCTIONEERS.  ItOOMS 11 and 15.      K. W...C. BLOCK, Nelson  Imported  WHISKIES  WINES  ALES  STOUTS  CIGARS  Domestic  and  Imported  B  E  E  R  S  SALE OF REYNOLDS* STABLE.  At the close of the sale of the realty  and effects of the Ontario Powder Works  the undersigned will also offer for sale  the Reynolds stables. This building is  on. leased ground, with a three year's  lease yet to run, at a rental of ?10 per  month ground lease. Terms cash.  CHAS. A. WATERMAN & CO.,  Auctioneers, Nelson. B. C.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  ANHEUESER-BUSCH  St- Louis.  PABST  Milwaukee.  CALGARY  Calgary.  REISTERER & CO.  - Nelson.     .-  ���  GOSNELL  Nelson.  B  E  E  R  S  WHOLESALE TRADE  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpiIORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vcraon  -*- and Cedar stroets, -Nelson; manufacturers  of and wholesale doalers in rerated waters aud  fruit syrups. Sole agonts for Halcyon Springs  mineral -water.   Telephone GO.  [    ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.   ~ 1  TXT  F. TEETZEL & CO.-Cornor Bake- and  vv .   Josephine streets, Nolson,"/wbolpsalodeal '  ers ln   assayera  supplies.   Agent* nor Donye. I  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado. -      !  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  Pf J, EVANS &  CO.���Bator^ streot,  Nolion  ���*-*������   wholesalo    dealers/In   liquors,-   cigars  cemont, die brick and Are olay, water pipe and  stoel rails, and general ..oommission merchants.  ELEOTEIOAL: SUPPLIES.  KOOTEXAi" ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CON-  SI RUCTION COMPANY���Wholesale dealers In telephones, annunciators, bolls, batteries,  fixtures, etc., nouRton block. Nelson.  ^^      FLOUR AND FEED." '  ���RRACKMAN - KEP. MILLING COM!'ANY  ���*���* ���Cereals, Flour, GrainrHay. Straight or  mixed oars shipped to all Kootonay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Cslirary-  Kdaaonton It. R. Mills at Victoria, Now West)  minuter, ary-1 Edmonton. Alburta.-'   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BUENS &   CO.-Baker   stroot,   Nolson,  ��� _, wholosale dealers In fresh and oured xnoate,  Cold storage,  GROCERIES.  A    MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Front and  7TJ   Hall    sLreets,     wholesale   grocers   and  'obbora In blankets gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  macklnaws and miners' sundries.-  TTOOT ENAY SUPPLY: COMPANY, LIMI-  ���*-*��� TED���Vernon street. Nelson,. wholesale  grooors.  TOJBN CHOLDITCH & CO.���Front strooti. Nel  **    son,-wholesale grocers.  J Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front stroet, Nolson  " ���   wholesale   dealera_ln_proylBlons,^o*ar8d-  "moara.Joutitor and eggs;     "T- . ..-.- _.. ~  P.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  tT BYERS & CO.-Corner Bakor and Josophlno  *-*������ stroots, Nelson, wholesale doalers In hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.  TAWMNCK   HARDWARE    COMPANY  �����-���*������_ Baker St., Nolaon,  wholosalo   dealers In  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers'suppling.  LIQUORS AND DRY -"-GODS.  -pUKNER, BEETON & CO. ��j nor Vernon  ���*��� and Josephine stroots. N is -,, wholesale  dealors in liquor?, cigars and dr> 8ood3. .Agents  for Pabhb Brewing Co. of Milwaukoo amTCal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  WINES AND CIGARS.  QALIFOUNIA    WINE   COMPANY,    LIMI  V   TIOD-Corner Front* and Hall Htreets, Net  son, whole-tale dealers In wines <oaBe and bnlk.  *n��l flnmflnMo ��n*l IniKOi'titd olsrarn.  \  JOSEPHINE   STREET.   NEAR   BAKER.  R. REISTERER & CQ.  BRKWKR8 AND BOTTLBBfl OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  ���    AND PORTER  TtEMONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKER STREET, NELSON  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  Prompt and tegular  delivery to tha brad*"  Brewery at Nelson  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated by St-am 25 Cents to $|  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKBRSTREET. NBJLBOK.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air-  JVJadden House  ������  A. fi. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  P nCR/?Tri*wlctnrU *na SSS-^naXB.-SeetaL  TKI,F:PftnVW VO   fl.  FREE   HOT   LUNCH  TRE   ONT  nOTKL  BLOCK.  Largo stock of high-class imported poorls.  .  ., =pociaUy of  tl  The victims J lasWooinooaUj  spouiaUr of  tho   -quart*   shoulder���the  d go  -the  A  law.*'  FROM 12 to 2 O'CLOCK  AT  THE  ATHABASCA   TODAY.  Large comfortable  bedrooms and  flrsb-olaes  dining-room. Sample rooms for oommerolal men.  RATES S2 PER DAY  N|rs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  ���LATK OF THB ROYAL HOTEL. OALOARY       ,  REWARD.  Tho undersigned will offer as a reward for tbo  recovery of the body of Loslio Wilson, the 12-  year-olu boy drowned off the tug Halys on  Sunday, Juno 2nd, tho sum of twonty-flve dollars.  Everybody   Welcome j Wbv.jum.i3u>. 1901.DAVB 0hAnKM''  The only hotel ln Nelson that has remained  under one management alnoe 1890.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electrlolty. ���  The bar is always stooked by the best dom s  bio and Imported liquors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MoMANUS, Manager  Bar stooked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large ootofort  able roomi.   First da*' table boa d  (No.. 178)  CERTIFICATE  ���OK TUB���  Registration of an Extra Provincial Company.  r-   "Companies Act, 1897."   " (  ������nr*iil-ere��y 0firt'fy that Iho '* German Mining and 7  Milling Company" has this day been registered)  as^an  txtra Provincial  Company,  ui^er tha'  ���'Compame- Act. U'Ji," to carry out or effect all  or any of the objects  hereinafter set forth   ta  which tho   egi- ativc7. authority of tho Legi*la- ���'  turo of Untifli Columbia extends.  .,lieAoado/ll,?.�� oE Ul�� Company is situate iu  USA Jncomn.  State-of   Washington,   X.  The amount of the capital of tho Company is  one hundred thousand dollars, divided into one  hundred thousand t-hares of one dollar ench.  . > he head office of tlie Conipanyin this Province in situate at Nelson, and Richard Papo, Labourer, whose addross is Nelson aforesaid, is tho  attorney for the Company.  'J lie timo of the existonco of the Company is  fifty years. J  Given under my hand bdcI sral of olllco at  Victoria, Province of British Columbia, tliis loih  dayof June, ono thousand nine huudrcd and  ono.  [l. s.] S. Y. "VVOOTTON  Registrar of Joint Companies.  1 h��ji objects for which tho Company has been  established aro thoso set out in the Certificate of  If egistr-iioii granted to tlio Company on tho 1st    ���  February, im. nnd which appfars in tho British  Columbia Gazette oa the 18th February, 1897.  A' G  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, AVEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1901  �����  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all'paid up .....$12,000,000.00  REST ".....   7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Prosident  Hon. Goorgo A. Drummond Vico-Presidont  B. 8. Cloi'dtoa Gonoral Managor  NKLSON BRANCH  Cornor Uakor and Kootenay Stroots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Managor.  ilranohos In London (England) Nkw York,  Cuicago, aud all tho prinoipal cities in Canada.  j Buy nnd soil Sterling  Traiihforri.  Grant  Commorcial   and  Travelers'  avallablo in any part of.the world.  Drafts Issuod, Collections Made, Eto,  Exohnngo aud Cable  Credit*-,  Savings Bank Branch  CUliHKNT RATK OK INTKRK8T PAID.  PASSING OF   "CALAMITY JANE.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICK:  TORONTO.  Paid-up  Reserve  ���     ���     $8 000,000  -     -     ���  $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER 365,000,000.  Capital,  Fund.  Hon.  Qoo. A. Cox,   ���*'  President.  Robt. Kllgour,   "_     Vice-President.  London Office, 00 Lombard Street. B. O.  New York   Olllce, IS   Exchange   Place.  aud Gi Branches in Canada and Uio  United Statos.  &\'  :<  j  "Calamity June," the heroine of doz-  VHis of dime novels; the only woman  scout that Custer ever had; the champ-ion "(lead shot" of the Black Hills and  Wyoming-; the best woman rider on the  whole western range; the terror of the  I | -Indians and the bartenders,. and tho  I  / friend of the cowboys, the soldiers, tho  iJ 'miners and the gamblers, has ended her  j career at last. A short time ago she was  ' received   into  the  pobrhouse  at  Butte,'  -, Mont, with hardly a rag to cover her  ' poor old worn out frame, and there, on  tho very" ground where she once rode,  shot,  killed  Indians,  gambled  and  got       -   uproariously  drunk,  she will  probably  -    end her days. She is, without exception,  "i the   boldest,   iiercest   and   best   known  $?�����.        female figure in all the wild life which  ,"�����,' once stretched' from the Missouri to tho  ., }ip       Pacific, and the only one whose name  v��.'    and deeds the civilization of the coun-  " hH~' try 'las not swa"owecl UP- Slie held out  -|p. the last of all her tribe, but now civili-  ^>!l zation is swallowing lier up, too. "Ca-  f* lamity J? no" was* not born in tho far  West, and her real name is not "Calamity Jane." She was born in Princeton,  Mo., and her real name' is Jennie Canary. She went west in 'G2, when- she  *") was thirteen years old, with her lather,  iA mother, and six children, of whom she  VX was tho oldest. On the way across the  <- "( plains she learned to ri'de and shoot a  y' rifle. She put on .the "chaps," as the  cowboys call lcatner- trousers, and a  *j buckskin coat, and refused to. wear wo-'  *f man's clothes. When tlie family reached  x. Montana the mother died, and the fam-  ip*       ily fell into hard luck: The father failed  vf- to find gold and made up his mind to  M        go   back ,east.   When -he  reached   Salt  ���* Lake, however, he died and left his chil-  \% drcn to shift for- themselves. Then was  H the tunc that "Calamity Jane," .still  % plain Jenny, came out strong. She  r\ washed and cooked for the miners,  ^i nursed them when they wore sick, and  >*"i" cared for their wounds when they were  '?�� shot-'''or' cut up with bowie knives���  .,*}*_' which was pretty much all the time.  -1��~" Early in her career,, sho went to gen-  \*����i( eral Crooke dressed as a cowboy, and  ���V���-|* asked him to hire her as a'scout. Tlie  :.& general accepted her'and she went'to  work in his command, but .some of the  soldiers discdverea her sex, told the  %, general, and in the face of her tears,  pleas and protestation's she was sent  back to the fort at Red Cloud agency.  Not .in the least-, discouraged, Jenny  made up her mind to have another trial  and in 1S70 she went to general' Cus-.  ; ter and applied to him for a position as"  a scout. The general put her through  l the usual examination iu riding and  i shooting and questioned her as to her  knowledge of the country. He found  "������ Hiat the slip of a cow-puncher could  !-sh"80t better, ride better and knew moro  ��� |ahot'<t the country than half the men  | in-hi** troop, and engaged .runny on the  _7y,$l*ot From that time on (Jalamil-- Jam-  ' wo'rked for the government. Her sex  was, of course, discovered, but shs hud  miido herself so invaluable to the service in the meantime that she was retained in spite-of the fact that she was   a woman.  "Calamity" was naturally a  "much married woman,' and had some  half dozen legal husbands, most of  . whom met violent deaths. Her last husband, whoso name she bears, was Clinton Burk, a Texas ranchman. In all her  life Jenny had but one child, a daugh-  ���N ter, which she sent east and had  / In-pught up in luxurious and' refined cir-  / cunistances and in ignorance of the kind  of a woman her mother was. This child  was the ono thing in the world that  "Calamity Jane" loved and worshipped  and revered. To save her daughter from  knowing anything about the life she  herself led. she sent tho girl away from  her, and lived on in her old wild way,  alone. Her friends are all dead and scat-,  tered; her old ways are only a remembered scandal to the modern inhabitants. Driven from place to place by  civilization, she has sunk lower anil  lower until, at last, her only refuge  from starvation is the poor house,  Another Strike Imminent.  CHICAGO, July 2.���Representatives or  the.Iron Molders--Union and the National Founders' Association, after an  all-day conference, failed to reach an  agreement and a strike involving 200,0  men is imminent. A mass meeting of  molders was held last night which lasted until 2 o'clock this morning. After  a lengthy  discussion   of  the  situation  ���v, the. demands of the men were modified.  \to the minimum wage of $2.85 a day, in-  ,'stead of $3 and the national officers were  requested to convey that ultimatum to  the employers today. Unless the latter  agree -to it a strike will be ordered tonight: Another mass meeting will be  held tonight to hear the result of today's' conference.  Killed at a Butte Fire.  " BUTTE," Mont," July 2.���Two dead,  two severely if not fatally injured and  a score more or less hurt is the result  of a fire which broke out at-the'Pullman lodging house, 14 Mercury street,  at 2 o'clock this morning. The dead aro  Sam Mix, a waiter, and "Ole Berg, a  carpenter, A number of men were experimenting with a gasoline lamp in a  saloon on the lower floor of the lodging  house when the lamp exploded, scattering the flames,in all directions. The  lodging   house   contained   about   10Q  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present rato  threo por cent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nolson Branch.  guests, none of whom, were able to save  anything except what1 they wore. Most  of them escaped by jumping from first  and third story windows and it is miraculous that more* were Jiot killed. A  number were carried out'unconscious by  the firemen; but so far as known all  will recover. It is not believed that any  except the two mentioned perished. The  pecuniary loss is about $1000, with no  insurance.  IMPERIAL BANK  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  $2,600,000  $1,850,000  H. S. HOWLAND President  D. B. WILKIE Oeneral Manager.  K. HAY Inspootor.  THE  SAVINGS   BANK  CURRENT   RATE  OK  DEPARTMENT.     .  INTEREST  ALLOWED.  ���M  9\  to  to  Olc ARTHUR  &Go'y  RALPH CLARK, I. G. NELSON",  Undertaker, Night Call 233. M inager.  Furniture Dealers  Funeral Directors  and Embalmers  Finest Undertaking'Parlors in- City.  Only tleaise in City.  The Reliable House Furnishers.  A complete line of all. kinds  of  Furniture.      Our   waverooms   are  iiow  overstocked   with   high-class"  goods'of all kinds. C it-load of cheap  Bedroom Suites just received.     To  make room for our  fall  goods   we  are selling at E istern prices :  Veranda Chairs $1.50  Baby Carriages from $10 up  .Go Carts from $2.50 up  Reclining Go Carts from $12 50 up  Reception, Easy and Large Rockers  Parlor Suites, Leather Chairs  Couches, Lounges and Divans -  Iron Beds $5 and up  Brass-Beds $25 and up.  ��� Carpets, Rugs, Floor - Mattiug,-  Liuoleums aud Oil Cloth' selling at  almost cost.  We can furnish your house 10 per  cent cheaper than elsewhere.   *������-  Sole agents for the Marshall  Sanitary Mattress.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  . local and coast).  Flooring  Iceal and ooaati.   Newel-Eosts-^  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and ���._  Dressed Lumber  oi all kinds.  IF WHAT VOU. WANT IB NOT IN BTOOK  WE WILL MAKE IT FOB YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES  J. A. Sayward  BALL AND LAKE BTREETS. NELBON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Fijn-  ish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  WANTED, BOYS���Go d active and reliiibl  boys to aot aa soiling agonts of tho Daily Trlbun  in evory town in Kootenay and Yalo districts. 9  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  HM R. CAMEBON  INSURANCE.  REAL ESTATE  and MINING BROKER  FURNISHED HOTEL TO LET  -First dabs temperance house,  furnished throughout, to rent.  : Property situated in a good locality.  Terms moderate.  Also; two-story dwelling house,  corner Josephine and Silica streets.  City, water, etc. Terms $20 per  month. ���   For further information  Apply���H. fc Cameron  ' AGENT, BAKER STREET.  ~~ SHERIFF'S   SALE. ~  Province of   British Columbia,   Nolson,  West  Kootenay, to wit:  Uy virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued out  of the Suprc no Court of British Columbia, at  tho suit cf J, C. Drewry, plaintiff, and to me  directed again-t tho goods and chattels of J. Fred  Rijchio. defendant. I have seized and taken in  execution all tlie right/title and intere-t' of the  caid defendant, J. F'-<d Ritchie, in about one  hundred and forty-four thousand- and four  (114.001) shares of th-. stock otthe Hillside Silver  Mines, Limited. ��� non-personal -liability, -a company incorporated under- the laws of British-  Columbia, with regWeied head office at Kaslo,  -Riii>i-h' Columbia, to recover the sum of Five  Hundredvand Thirty-nine "dollars ands^ninety  cents ($539.90) amount of said writ, of Fieri Facias,  and also.interest onflvo hun<lr- (land1 thirty-six  dollars and forty 'cent* ($536.40) at the rate ot five  per centum per annum from t.he 24th dav of May,  A.D. ISO I, until payment...besides sheriil's poundage, otllcer's fee*, nnd all other legal incidental  expenses; all of wlii- h I "-hall expose for sale.'or  sufficient thereof to sattsfv -aid judgment, debt  and coits at the Court IIouso, in the City of  Kaslo, Britii-h ''nlumbia, on Friday, tho 5th day  of July, A D. 1901, at tho hour of 12 o'clock, noon.  Note.���Intending purchases will satisfy them-  sel vos a" to interest n nd title of t he said defer dan t  Dated at Nelson, B. C, 21st day of June, 1901.   *  S. P. TUCK.  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  ~~ SHERIFFS   SALE. ~  Province of  British Columbia, Nolson,  West  Kootenay, to wit:  By virtuo of a will, of Fieri Facias ismed out  of the British Court of British Columbia at the  suit of Bank of Montreal, plaintiff, and to me  directed ngainst-the goods and chattels of  Heibert Cuthbert, defendant, I have seized and  taken in execution all tho right, title and interest*  of the said defendant, Herbert Cuthbert; in the-  mineral claim known as and called ���.'Blend," situate ori the west fork of Rover creek, and covering the i-roundbf ihe"PaymaBter"miaeral claim.-  and recorded in the olllce of the mining recorder  for the Nelson Mining Division of the West Kootonay D:Btrict'on the 1st day of June, A.D; 18-15;  to recover the sum of Four Hundred and Ninety-  saven dollars and Twenty-Revon cents (M97 27)  and also interest on Four Hundred and Ninety-  two dollars and twenty-seven conts (S492.27) at  flvepercpntum pera^num from the 2flth,day!<if  April, 1901, until payment,besides sheriffspound-  age, otllcer's fees nnd all other legal incidental  expenses; oil of which I^hall ox'poso for salo or  sufficient thereof to Fati-fy said judgment, debt  and'eostfl at my office, next to the Court Houso,  in the City of Nelson, B. O., on Wednesday, tlie  3rd day of July,'1901, at tho hour of ,11 o'clock ":in  the forenoon. '  Note;���Intending purchasers will saMsfy themselves as to intcrescandiitle of thesaid defendant.  ��� Dated at Nelson, B. C, 22nd day of June, 1901.  ' S.P.TUOK. ���  J ��� Sheriff of South Kootenay.  SHEBIFrS'SALEr���~~���  Province of British Columbia,   Nolson,  West  Kootenay, to wit;  By virtue of two writs of Fieri Facias issued  out of the supreme court of British Columbia at  the suit of the Harvey' Van Norman Company,  Limited, and Balfour & Company, plaintiffs, and  tn mo directed against tho goods and chattels of  J.-A. MacKinnon & Company, defendants,' I  have seized and taken in execution all the right  title and intorest of the said defendant, J. A  MacKinnon, in the so-called Hampton group of  mineral claim** consisting of tho ri'ineral claims  "Hampton,' "Ethel K." "Plunger," "Camp Firo"  and "Silver Bow." all situato up fcpringcr creek  about eight miles, moro or les**. frorii Slocan City  and recorded in tho offlco of tho mining recorder  for. tlie Slocan City mining division of the district of West Kootonay, to recover tho sum of  thirteen hundred-and eighty-seven dollars and  olghty cents (81337.50), amount of said writs of  Fieri Facias, ard- Intorest on two hundred and  thl' ty-i-ix dollars and twonty-seven cents ($23(3 27)  at five per cenruiii por annum from tho 3rd day  of January, 1901, until- paymont. nnd interest on  olovon hundred and forty-four dollars and fifty-  three cents (S1M4.53) at six por centum'per annum from tho 25lh dayof March, 1901, until payment, besides Kheritrn poundago,'officers! foes  and all other logal incidentals.oxponses.   All of  which I shall expos i for sale, or'sufficient thereof to satisfy Fucn judi-mont, debt'and costs, at  my office,1 next to the court house, In-tbe city of  Nelson, B.C., on Friday, the 21st "day of June,  A. D. 1901. at tho hour of eleven o'clook in the  forenoon.  Notts.���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to Interest and title of the said defendant. ���  -������:    " S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, the.Gth of June, 1901.  Tho above snle is postponed until Wednesday,  tlte 3rd day of July, at the samo place and hour.  S. P. TUCK.  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  NOTICE  TO CREDITOES.. '  In t.he matter of the Estate of Marmaduke  Bennis m. late of Nelson, B. C, deceased:  Notice is hereby riven piirsuant'to statute that  all orr.ditors and nthar* having claims against tho  estate of tho said Marmaduke Bonm-on, who  died on or about the 27th'day of March, 1901, aro  required on or beforo the 1st day of August, 190 ,  to send by po t prepaid or dpllver to Geo. S. Mc-  Carter of Bevolstoke, solicitor for Albert Edward  Bennison, tho administrator of tho estate of said  deceased, their christian andsumames, addresses  and descriptions, tha full particulars of their  claims, the statement of their nccounts and tho  nature of the securities, if any, held by them, all  duly vorined. ���    ��-  And notice is further given that after snch last  mentioned dnte tho said administrator will pro-  coed to distribute the said estate of the deceased  among tho pari ies entitled thereto, having regard  only to tho olaimsof whieh he sh>U then have  no'ico and that the said administrator will not  be liablo for tho said assets or any part thereof to  nny person or persons of who=c claims notice shall  not havo been received by him a1) the time of  such distribution.  Dated tlie 20th day of June, A D 1901.  GEO. S. McOARTKR,  Solicitor fT Albert E'ward Benni-on, administrator of the estate of Marmaduke Bennison,  deceased.  Established in Nelson 1890.  Our slock of the latest goods received from the manufacturers"are here for  your inspection when you visit Nelson for the Dominion Day celebration. Don't  fail to see our stock. .        ���  Our watch and jewelry departments are at your service. All mail orders receive prompt and careful attention.  OUR WATCHMAKING AND JEWELRY DEPARTMENT HAS NO EQUAL IN B.C.  to  to  9)  to  to  9\  to  9\  to  _^~^^*f0't*-^���-00'��� 00,*~00'��� 00'��� 00'��� 00'��� 00'��� 0^'*/^''<--?''"00'��� 0*'*0j(����� . .v.'*ij>.^i^��2Si��_*g^��_SBi''__Bt��___����j__*>.^g^��_3B��>��__8����_S!>*-2Si*-3ft,28>*.JB*>*_S>^__!'J^r'  ^^���'Sr^ ^������v ��� ^?* sp^p* 5^ ^?�� sr* ^?*^s^�� 5?* ���*'�����.''* ^p��^^"^'^        r - 0^0 *-00 * ^0 * 00 ��� 00 * 00* 00*^0 ��� ^0* 00 * 00 ��� j& * 00 '00* ^0 * 00 * 0w'-i r  JACOB  DOVER,  THE JEWELER  All watch repairing guaranteed,  as we employ none but the best  workmen.  C. P. .R. WATCH INSPECTOR.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Mail orders receive our prompt  and careful attention. Our prices  are always right.  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  |NELSON, B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brlek &  Lime. Company^ Limited, of Nelson, I beg- to ask for a continuance  of the patronage whieh you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times-to���. supply you with our produets at lowest  . possible prices. ' Being in a position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  It is our intention to Install machinery to manufacture our  marble products, and noxt season we shall be In a position to supply  these produets at reasonable rates.   ,,  We shall also keep on hand  Tiles and Cement.  a stock of Fire Brlek, Fire Clay,  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane "Industrial Exposition In 1899 and also this year. We also  secured-prizes last-year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone. '.... -   -  We  Builders.  are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors . and  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  tor The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The, West Kootenay Brick <�� Lime Co., Ltd  P. Burns & Co.  Hrad Office at  ���-NELSON-r-B^  G.  Wholesale and Retail   = _D_ealers���in_JVI_eais_  Markets at Nelson, Rossland,  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson  ���way, and Vancouver.  Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,   Sandon,   Silverton, Ne****-  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Oiby, Mid  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Go.  ALL KINDS OT  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RBTAIL  .   FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  SSb'JSSS E. C. TRAVES, Manager  OKI) KKH RY MAIL RMOBIVB OARHJTDIi AKD PBOUPT ATT W TIOM  ROSSL.AIND   EIVQINEERIIVQ   WORKS  OUNLIPFB3  &  MeMILLAN  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, nkips. cngep, oro bin door?, chulci and cencral wrought iron work.    Our oro cars aro  the best, on tt\�� market    Write ns for references .and full narticirars.  SECOVD HAND MA.CJH INKRY FOR SAljK.-One 5-foot Helton wntorwheel, width COO feet, "8 to.10"  spinal riveted pipe.   One IOxjixIS outside packed plmif-or sinking pump.    Kock drills, atopin*,'  bars, &c., &c.  AGENTS NORDHEY PUMPS. STOCK  CARRIED.  P.  O.  Box  198. THIRD  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 285.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Office: Two Doors West C. P. R. Offices  TENDERS   WANTED.  The HastincH (13. C.) Exploration Syndicate,  Limited, will consider hid3 for dinmond drilling  on tho Arlington mine ac Krie, B. C. Kor full  information call or address No. 9, K.-W.-C. block,  Nelson, B. C.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds  of  Teaming  Work.  and Transfer  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Limo Sc Manufacturing Company. General commercial agenta  and broke-s.  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  Cancellation  NOTICE.  of   Reservation,  DI8TIUCT.   ,'  Kootenay  XTOTtCE Ii hereby given thafc tho reservation  ���^ placed on that particular parcel of land,  which may be desoribed as commencing; at tho  northeast corner of Township (8a) bight A,  Kootenay District,-which is also the northeast  corner of Blnok 12, granted'to tho Nelson and  Fort Sheppard Railway Company' by Crown  grant dated 8th March, 1895; theare due oast lb  miles; thence due south to tho International  Rounnary ; thei.ee due west along said boundary  16 milo-; theoce north to the place of commencement, notice whereof was published in tho  Biidsh Columbia Gazette, ana dated 7ih May,  189C, is hereby rescinded.  *    W. S. GOP.K-  Depnty Commissioner of Lauds & Works.  Lands and Works Department,  Victoria, B. C. 23rd May, 1901.  NOTICE   OF   ASSIGNMENT.  Notice is hereby gi  Lillie and Thomas Lester Lillie. both uf the City  of Nelson, in the Province of British Columbia,  trading under the firm name and style of Lillie  Brothers, Boot and Shoe Dealers, on Baker  Street,'in tho City of Nelson.' have by "deed bearing dato of the 3rd day of Juno. 1901. assigned all  their real and personal proporty, except as therein  mentioned, to Lewis A. Godbolt of the City of  Toronto, in the Province of Ontario, commercial  traveler, in trust for the purpose 'of paying and  satisf j ing raleably and proportionally and without preference or priority the creditors of- the  said William Graham Lillio nnd Thomas Le->U*r  -Lillie, and the said firm o( Lillie Brothers, their  just deb*s.  Tho said deed was executed by thesaid William  Graham Lillio nnd Thomas Lester Lillie lotho  said Lewis A. Godbolt on the 3 d day of June.  901, and the said Lewis A. God'iolt has undertaken the trust created by the said deed. All  Eersons having claims against tho said Arm of  illlo Brothers or against tho said William  Graham Lillie or against the said Thomaq Letter.  Lillin are required to forward to tho'said Lewis  A. Godbolt particulars of "their claims 7 duly^  verified on or before the 10th day of Ju:y, 1 01. ��� -  And notice is heroby given that after iho paid,  10th day of July. 1901. the trustees will proeeod���'���'.  to distribute the assets of the estate among the  parties entitled thereto, having regard only to  the claims of which the said Itrustees shall then  have had nolico, and that the said trustees will  not b.V.responsible fo- the assets,or any part  thereof so distributed to any person or persons,'  Arm or corporation of whose" debt or claim ho  shall not then havo had notice. :��� ���'".'  A meeting of the creditors will be held at the  oflico of the undersigned on Monday, tho 10th  day of June, 1901. at the hour of 2 o'clook in the  afternoon, to decide as to tho best manner of disposing of the assets.  A further meeting of the creditors will be held  at the t-ame place on the 20th day of July, at tho  hour of 10 o'clock a.m., to consider tho trustees'  statement and report.  Dated this 3rd day of June, 1901.  GALLIHER & WILSOV,  Solicitors for Trustees.  K.W.ri. THnek. Nelson, B.C-  TRADES   UNIONS.  ���fvTELSON  ���LN    CLUB         SOCIALISTIC , EDUCA-IIONAI fSi  CLUB meets every Sunday at 3 o clock p.D_7-"-! >  in the Miners' Union HaU. .A cordial invitation  Is extended to every one to come and take part ���:  in discussions.   John Roberts, secretary.**   '    ���-.  AUNDRY WORKERS* UNION OV NELSON-  -No. 8594, A F. of L.*^Meets in Minors' Union  Hall, C. P. R. I'lock, corner of Baker and Stan  ley streets, on fourtri"Friday.in: every month at*'  7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of American'  Federation cordially invited ;to attend. O.-FredC  riok, president; A. W. McFee, secretary.     - .   . .  'F.'tf  north-  ���VTELSON MINERS' UNION'NO. 90, W,  ���*�����   M.���Meets in miners'union rooms,   ���west cornor of Baker, and. Stanley streets, every��  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting mem ,-  bers welcome. M. R. Mowatt. President. Janie ;;  -Wilkes, Seoretary. Union Scale ok Waok8v  for Nei^on Dibtrict���Per shift, ,maohino'.~"  men, $3.50: hammersmen miners, ?3.25; muckers, >  carmen, shovelers and other underground laborers, $3 00.  _; ^ -    '*  TRADES'AND LABOR COUNCIL.-The regu- "'  lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be held in tho miners' nnion hall,   '  corner Baker and Stanley stroets, on the flrst ana..  third Thursday of each month, at 8 p, m.   C. J.  Clayton. Pros.; A. T." Curio, Sec.   P.O. box 90.  THEreg  are r  ular mootings of the Carpenters' Union '  eld on  Wednesday, evening of each  -week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union rooms  corner of Baker and. Stanley streets.   Charles  Clayton, President.   Alex B. Muriay, Secretary.  BARBERS' UNION.-Nelson Union, No. 196. ot  the International Journeymen Barbers On    <  Ion of America, meots ovory first and third Mon-*?  day of each month in Miner's Union Hall, at 8.3  sharp.    Visiting  brothers cordially invited to  -  attend.   R. MoMahon, president; J. H. Matho   ���  son. secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  secretary.  i  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro"  teotivo Union, No. 8121. A. F. of h��� meets in y.  Miners' Union hall, C. P. R. block, cornor ot '  Baker and Stanley streets, every Monday evening A*  at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of the Amerl- ���  can Federation cordially invitod to attend. ' '  A. .T. Curie, Presidont. John Roberts, re- .  cording secretary. - '  NELSON. PAINTERS' UNION-The  meeting of _ the ^Painters'. Union  regular  ���    is held  the first and third Fridays in each month at" Miners' Union hall .at 7:30 sharp. V.Walter R. Kee,  Presidont; Henry Bennett, Secretary.  GOOKS' AND WAIT KRS'; UNION ���Regular  meetings" every Tuesday evening at 8:30  "o clock, in Miners'Union Hall, corner of Baker  and 8tanley -streets. .-���;Visting-brethren cordially  invited.', Chris. Luft, president; H, Smolser, financial and recording secretary.  CANADIAN  PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.  AND TIIE  KELSON & FOHT SHEPPARD RY. CO.  To THK Pum.ic:  It has been decided that in future, all checks  mado payable to the Canadian Pacific Hallway  Company or the Nelson & Fort Sheppard ltn.il-  wav Company mu't be accepted by the bank on  which they are drawn, and so certified before I  run accept in payment of freight charges.  It. W. DREW  Agent C. P.-R. and N. & F. S. R.  Nelson. B. C, Juno 15th, 1901.  NOTICE   TO   CREDITOES.  TELEPHONE 147/ L^08 ^ Ba^f St.  In tho matter of tho estato of Charles Davis McKenzie. lato of tho City of Nelson, British  Columbia, deceased.  Notice is horeby given pursuant to tho  "Trusteon and Executors -Act" that all creditors  and others having claims ngainst the estate of  the raid Charles Davis Mckcnr.io, who died on  tho llth dayof February. 1901 or required on or  beforo tbe 10th dayof August, 1901, tosendby post  prepaid or deliver to the undersigned, administrator of tho estate.of tho said deceased, nt,  Kaslo, B. C, their Christian and surnames, ad-  drosses and descriptions, the full particulars of  their claims, the statement of their accounts, and  the nature of their securities, if any, hold by  thorn.'  And furthor tako notieo that after such last  mentioned dato the undorsigned will proceed to  distribute the assets of the Bald deceased among  tho parties entitled thoreto, having regard only  to the claims of which he f-hall then have notice,  and that he will not be liable for the said assets.  or any part thereof, to any porson or persons of  whose claims notice shall have not been received  bv him at tho timo of such distribution.  Dated the 19th day of June. 1901.  NEIL F. MacKAY,  Administrator of the estate of the said deceased.  CITY  OF NELSON.       ~~  Notieo is heroby given that tho flrst sittings of  tho Annual Court of Revision of the Municipality of lhe City of Nelson will bo held in tho  Council Chamber at the city offices, Nelson, on  Wednesday, the lOfli day of July next, at 10  o'clock a.m., for tho purpose of hearing com:  plaints against the assessment as mado by tho  assessor, and for revising and correcting the  assessment roll.  J. R. STRACHAN, City Clerk.  Nolson. B. C. May 28th, 1901.  NOTICE.  Any persons acting as trackwalkers or special  constables for tho Canadian Pacific Railway  Company during the Trackmen's strike aro  respectfully notified that thoy are acting against  tlie best interests of organized labor.  T. G. McMANAMON,  Organizer B. of R. T. of A.  Nolson. Juno 25tb, 1901.  No.-  tho  PLASTERERS!;UNION"-The O. P. I.  172, meets" every Monday evening  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley Btreets, at  8 o'olock.    J. . D.   Mover,   president; William  Vice,"socretary, P. O. Box,616.'-  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  NELSON LODGE. NO. 88, A. F. * A. M  Meets second Wednesday ln eaoh month  Sojourning brethren Inytteil.   NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER No. 123  G. R. C���Moo's third Wednesday. Sojourn  ing companions invited. Gcorue Johnstone,Z.; E.  w; r- ���  , Matthews, S. E.  NELSON AERIE. No. 22, F. O. E.���Moet second  and fourth Wednesday of each month, at  Fraternity Hall.    Georgo  Bartlett,  presidont  John V. Morrison, secrotary.  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  Hold their rogular mootings on the first and  third Thursdays of each month. VUiting Sir  Knights are cordially invited to attei d. G. A.  Brown. R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R J. Stool  D. 8. C  ARCHITECT.  C. EWART���Architect.   Room 3 Aberdeen  'block, Bakor street, Nolson.  A.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER  To John J. McAndkbws or to any person or persons to whom ho may have transferred his  interestin the Black Diamond Minoral Claim,  situate  on  tho  north Bide of Bear Creek,  about threo miles from tho town of Ymir,  lying south of and adjoining the  Evening:  Star Minoral Claim. Nelson Mining Division  of West Kootenay Distiict, and recorded In  the recorder's ofllce for the Nelson Mining"  Division.  You and each of ynu are hereby notified that I  havo expended Two Hundred and Twelve dollars  and Twenty-five conts ($212.25) in labor and improvements upon tho above' mentioned mineral  claim in order to hold said mineral claim under  the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within  ninety days from tho date of this notice you fail  or refuso to contribute your proportion of such  expenditures together with all costs of advertising your interests in said claims will becomo tho  proporty of the subscriber under section 4 of an  Act entitled  "An Act to Amend tho Mineral  Act, 1900." JOHN DKjVN.  Dated at Nelson this 27th day of April. 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNER.  To Herbert Cuthbert or to any person or persons to whom  ho may havo transferred his  intorest in tho Blend Mineral Claim, situate  on tho west fork of Rover creek, in the Nelson mining division of  West Kootenay District, and recorded in ihe recorder's ofllce for  the Nelson Mining Division.  You and each of  you are heroby notified that  we have expended four hundred and eloven dollars in labor and  improvements upon the above  mentioned mineral claim in order to hold said  mineral claim under tho provis'ons of tho Mineral Aot, and  if within  ninety days from the  date of this notice you fail or rofuso to contribute your proportion  of such  expenditures together with all costs of advertising your interests in said olaims will become tho-property of  tho subscribers, under section 4 of an Act entitled "An Act to Amond tho Minonl Act. 1900."  FRANK FLETCHER,  .T. J. MALONE.  H. G. NEELANDS.  E. T. H. SIMPKINS.  Dated at Nolson this 3rd day of Juno, 1901.  1  H :-i-^-\s<c, l;-oarar/i>* v.x-jtvi-*'. *aw��st��=*iir* .-***?s*.r'.-.i..  **���  sr-( dy^Kv-s-^W/V-i'^-i.TrtS'flW ^A>t_��lo-*i v**r*�� ii*rr*a*-W=f>'  & a'-^MAflrp'^w0*'^^**!*"***"* wew.*  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B 0. WEDNESDAY, JULY 3, 1901  SPECIAL    THIS    WEEK  RED, WHITE AND BLUE BUNTING.  Ladies' Buttoned and Laced Kid Shoes,  ���_' Button and Laced j- * ~ *��� -  " --<*  lino at $1.75.   No old styles.   All this spring's goods.  Ladies' Corset Covers IS cents,    x^^^ *...��-_.���. n,,noa ,.-.,,  co r.r\  the $3-50 line at $2.50.   Ladies' Button and Laced K.d Shoes, tbe .I.M  THE CELEBRATION.  (Continued from  First Page.)  ���&������  I  MUSLINS,   Eto.  A large range of Print Fatterns to  choose from, all fast colors, at 7,1)  and 11 cents.  . Colored Muslins 30 inches wide, for  draping   and curtains,  25 cents  now 15 cents.  I Colored   Linen   Crash,   for skirts,  regular price 30 cents, for 20 cents.  White Pique, extra quality, regular  price 30 cents, 20 cents per yard.  MEN'S WEAR.  Men's blue and black Serge Suits,  regular $15.00 line,' yours at $10.  Men's Scotch and Irish Tweed suits,  regular $15 line, at $10.  Men's Tweed pants, a large range to  choose from, the regular $5 line to  clear at $3.50; $-1 line to clear at  $2.50.  Good Tweed Pants at $1.25, $1.50,  and $2.00.  badly as he had the Kelson men on  Monday. For tho Trail men McCreary  caught a fine game, overlooking nothing and keeping the base runners close  to their bags. The game was umpired  by Dr. Doherty, who as usual gave good  satisfaction. .The score is appended, tho  plays on tho Trail team being based on  the positions the players occupied in the  first part of the game:  TRAIL. AB. It. BH. PO. A.   B.  5     0     0     9     2     0  4  5  5  4  r.  seconds. Roy Carruthers, a Cranbrook  horse, won the half mile dash, time  511-2 seconds. Yellow Girl, owned by  J. M. Brown of Lewiston, Idaho, got  second money. James Anderson with  Bay Dan, a local horse, won the mile  trot;  time, 2.45.  CITY LOCAL HEWS  HI.  TELEPHONE 27  BAKER STREET,  jiELSD,N, B. C.  FERLAND  McCreary, c   Hooper, 2b   R. McDonald, 3b..  Shaw,   ss.   Shields,   If.......  Moore, cf...   Drew, lb..'   Wormington, rf...  B. McDonald, p..  2  2  1  1  0  1  !���  0  0  0  2  1  X  1  1  0  A.  2  2  2  2  0  0  0  0  2  NELSON CLOTHING HOUSE  NO    219   BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  BOOTS!       BOOTSI       BOOTS!   -  For a few days only we will hold a slaughtering  discount sale of boots and shoes.  J. A. Gilker, Proprietor  Totals  .41 S  SLOCAN.        AB. R.  Bailey, 2b   5 1  Gicgerich,  If.....   5 2  Murphy, p., lb..-.  3 0  Houston, c    5 0  Richards, cf .. 4 4  Mills, If........:.  5 . 2  Lincoln, ss.......5 1  Petty, lb., p...... 3 1  6   24  BH.PO.  2     1  0  4  15  2  0  2  2  Eacritt,  3b    5     1     I    1  12   14   27  10  A.  1  0  0  2  1  0  .0  0  0  2  1  1  0.  0  1  0  0  .5  E.  1  1  3  0  1  2  1  1  1  PAINTS, OILS A.ND GLASS.  4    12  0��� 8  *_12  Bmfr'M  ���IB  0'  n-7'*m  MORRISON  *"  PROVISIONS  & CALDWELL  AND "PRODUCE.  OUR LEADERS���  ''      The well-krown Newdale Creamery Butter  In nil ni-'d package* and 1 pound brlrks  September Selected Ontario Cheese '  ��� Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee.and Spices  Baker Street,  Nelson.' B. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  $  M  le-v  '��&  ffl  ��� t=?'6  DID YOU KNOW  That we we have the best assorted stock of PURE DRUGS,  ��� CHEMICALS,   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES, PERFUMES   and  - DRUGGISTS' SUNDRIES in the Kootenays.    If not give us  a trial  order and  you  will be convinced.   We have every-  - thing usually found  io  a first class Drug Store, and that is  what we.claim onrs to be.  __  4L.1  I'-p  Mr  ix  .Sis  im  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VIOTORIA   BLOOK NELSON,   B.C.  ��**********************  r*   **(: ******************  Ml  t��  0-  >  Ml  Ml  Ml  tb  Mi  v  "��*��  W  Mi  \M  Mi  Hi  tu  W  iii  Hi  Mi  iV  Am Your  Best  Friend  don't. you give  -propei- care?  me  If you dou'fc know what I  need call ou  ;..:"IHI)iie=���c-.  '��������.���--:;������������  BROWN BROS., Jewelers and Opticians  No cfcar-c for tolling you tbe cause of your eye trouble and hnv to cure It.  r  V  I-  FISHING TACKIJ3  IS NOT A NEW VENTURE WITH US.  We know your wants and have what you need. Our line is  too fafge to enumerate, but a call will convince you that it is  the most complete in the city.  HARDWARE  Tartars and Dealers lro Bhelf and Heavy Hardware.  CO.  LAWRENCE  Tm���"*"�����era and Deal  OLFifffLfRFliEW MAPLE SYRUP  THB.BEST   ls��^mj��l  THIS   SPRING'S   SYRUPAiINoC)UART,s  HALF  GALLON   AND  m  Hoaston Block, Baker Street,.  Telapbone X61. P. C. Bex 178  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  Totals ........ 40  Score by innings:  Trail  ....  0   1   2   3   2   0   0   0  Slocan .... 1   2   0   3   1,4   0   1  THE FIREMEN'S SFORTS.  There were-no outside entries in the  firemen's  sports,  so  the  contests  narrowed down to a competition between  the Campbell and Chambers teams. Instead of the hub and hub race the teams  were sent over the course against time.  The Campbell team, composed,of Campbell,chief Ijillie, Wallach, Douglass, ~W.  Liillie,  J.  MeLeod,  George   Nunn   and  Tom  Henderson,   was    sent-, over    the  course flrst and covered it in 17 2-5. The  Chambers team, composed of Chambers,  J. Thompson, Houston, T. Lillie, J. Fote,  Worth/Stutter and Eacritt, then tried  their speed and ��� covered the course in  16 1-5.   The wet test wont to the Campbell team,' the Chambers team not gat-  ting their coupling made.. . -  CHILDREN'S CARNIVAL. .  Charles A. Waterman, by passing  around .his hat, got generous contributions of nickels and dimes, which he  dispersed lavishly to hundreds of little  boys and girls for all sorts of foot and  bicycle races. If there is ��� a .little boy  or girl in Nelson this morning who "did  not get a prize yesterday,- it is because  the little boy or girl was too timid to  take .-part iu Waterman's' children's carnival. There are few grown people who  begrudged to . see children enjoying  thmselves, and there is certainly no  grown person in Nelson who. takes more  delight in giving them fun than Charles  Augustus Waterman.  ; ' ILLUMINATED BICYCLE PARADE.  - The illuminated bicycle parade was a  pleasing feature on Tuesday night.  Poppy Macdonald was awarded the' first  prize, "Alice McBeath the second, Harold  Cameron third, and a little-tot about  three years old (the.; daughter of Mr.  Riblett) got the fourth and last prize.  C3LEBRATLON AT' GRAND FORKS.   a    .  GRAND   -FORKS,   July   1.���[Special  to The,Tribune.]���There were over four  thousand   visitors   in   town   today   for  the /Dominion Day celebration.  Special  trains were: run from Rossland and all-  points   in  the   Boundary   district.   The  program  of athletic, sports  and'.horse  races will be continued tomorrow. The  drilling   contest   for a   purse of   $200,  donated by J. P. Graves and A. C. Flum-  erfelt,   proved   very   interesting.. Mike  Burns of Phoenix and Mike McNichols  "of-Republic-won-first.-money,-$150,   ��� **  15 minutes they drilled 47 3-8 inche  granite; A Rossland team���Caesar'  testio and Jake Wallace��� won the second  prize with 36 7-8  inches.  The lacrosse match between the Grand Forks  and Phoenix teams resulted in a victory for the  former, score 3 goals to  nothing. The new Westmount racetrack  was formally inaugurated in the after-  noon'with"-.a prize list for the two days'  meet exceeding $3000. There were; entries    from    Lewiston,    Idaho,    Walla  Walla,... Spokane,    Conconully,    Cranbrook and Rossland.  Dollie, owned by  Z. Stone of Conconully won the quar'r  ter' mile   dash;    time   24 4-5   seconds.  Populist,   owned   by   J.   M.   Brown   of  Lewjston,   Idaho, ��� second.  Pony race.���First, Brownie, J. N. Gil-  lis of Grand Forks. Second, Johnnie^  George Massie of Grand Forks. Three  hundred yard dash, in heats.���First,  Populist*; time 0 3-5 se"cnods. Second,  Midgett, owned by Z. Stone of Conco-  nully. :Fi.v;e-ei*rhths of a mile.���-First  -Roy Garrutiiers,.. owned by T. J. AVell-  man of Cranbrook; time 1 minute- 0  seconds. Second, Yellow Girl, J, M.  Brown of Lewiston, Idaho. Cowboy  race.���First,' -"Harry) McLaren . of Carson. Second, Charles Sears of Grand-  Forks.  , Provincial.-constable McMynn of Midway stopped all pool selling and betting after the flrst race had been run.  The track is outside th'e city limits and  the action of the police was regarded as  needless and officious interference. It  caused general indignation.  GRAND FORKS, July 2.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���The celebration here  concluded today and proved a great success. Rossland, Greenwood and Grand  Forks competed in the hub-and-hub  competition. One of the Rossland men  fell, resulting in a Victory for the Greenwood team; time, 10 3-5 seconds. The  Rosslanders led until the accident occurred. The Rossland team defeated  the same opponents in the wet test, the  distance for both events being 100  yards; time 25 4-5 seconds. J. W. Ross,  Rossland, won the quarter mile race,  with Percy Wilkinson, Rossland, second; time 52 seconds. At Westmount  racetrack Juno, owned by E. Getchell  of Walla Walla, won the mile race;  time 1.56. Dr. Averill's Black Bird, a  local horse, won the gents' saddle, distance a Quarter of a mile. J. M. Holland  of Grand Forks, won second place with  Ginger. In the ladies' race, half mile,  C. C. Emmett's Eclipse won;  time, 55  Born in Nelson, on Sunday, to the  wife of A. J. Kerr, a daughter.  In connection with the regatta at the  park on Monday mayor Fletcher presented captain D. G.. Kurtz with the  Royal Humane Society's medal for conspicuous bravery in saving life on Kootenay Lake.  Owing to_ there being no competition  in the gentlemen's illuminated bicycle  parade last night, the trades procession  committee have on hand one barrel of  bottled beer, donated by the Calgary  Brewing Company. The committee intend to transfer-it to the winners of the  lacrosse game tomorrow.  .W. P. Tierney. and W. C. McLean have  returned from Jennings, Montana, where  they have,been looking.after some railway work. They, report that it will be  a week yet before the work will be sufficiently laid out to enable them to see  what there is'in it. There are all told  about 145 miles to build, of which 53  will be within the province.  Thomas Henry Atkinson of Ymir and  Miss Theresa ��� Fahey, who a few weeks  ago resigned her position as matron of  the Ymir hospital; were married oh Dominion Day at the residence 'of Mrs.  Duncan McBeath on Silicia street.. The  knot was tied by Rev. William Munroe.  Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson left on Tuesday  morning's train for Ymir.  The lacrosse game .tomorrow between  Medicine Hat and Nelson will begin at  4 o'clock sharp, and-.will be one and a  half hours' actual piay. The gate receipts are to be equally divided between  tne.Nelson:Lacrosse Club and the Nelson" Baseball Club,, and will not all go  to the lacrosse club' as, was originally  intended. This should insure a large  attendance. "~  :Some difficulty was experienced^ yesterday in securing men to act as judges  on the 'baby show. A. R. Shewan of  Montreal, who had served most acceptably "as judge on the. trades procession  floats and window decorations, was approached but firmly" declined. He explained that 20 years ago he had been  inveigled into serving in a similar capacity in Montreal and had then- incurred the enmity of some of his lady.  .friends, which, time, had-*been utterly  unable to - efface," although' the baby  then has now.'babies of her- own.  GARDEN  TOOLS.  REFRIGERATORS  POULTRY NETTING  Storo, Corner Bakor aid Josephine Slice  RUBBER AKD COTTON HOSE.  Sole   Agents   for  Giant   Powder   Company    and   Truax   Automatic   Ore   Cars.  JSTESLSOIsr  STORES   AT  KASLO  PERSONAL.  Jn.  in  Po-  Mrs. D. Arnot, wife of the well-known  merchant. of Slocan, .is on a visit to  Miss Simpson of Silica, street.  C. B. Smitheringale "of the Slocan  Drill was in Nelson-on Monday, but the  music of Nelson's windjammers caused-  him to beat-'a hasty retreat in' order to  see..if any draft, had been made by Nelson upon Slocp.n's t'alent; Xy ���    '.  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  . Wired .in' Brief.  MONTREAL,' July 2.-r-Heat. in Ontario and Quebec continues very oppressive. At London yesterday it registered  97 in the shade.  OTTAWA, July -2.���The.governor general has accepted the invitation of Mr.  Menier, the chocolate king, to visit  Anticosti on July 12th.  SYDNEY, C. B.,* July 2.���May Murray,  a well known woman about town, died  on Sunday .under suspicious circumstances. Daniel McKinnon;" who was in  her company, has been arrested.  SYDNEY, C. B.,- July 2.���John Burns,  examiner in the e'mploy: of the -Dominion Coal .Company, was ;' mangled to  death by an express train on-the Louis-  -burg^tracks-Saturday-night.  scored 297 in their lirst innings and the  Canadians 81, with the loss of four  wickets. The Canucks'were all out today for. 1(J8 runs for their flrst innings.  LONDON, July 2��� ln the contest at  Wimbledon today for the all-comers  doubles (lawn tennis) championship,  Davis and Ward, the American players,  won the first set" by 6 .to 4, and the  Dohertys won the second, by (i to 0. The  score for the third set was 9 all,-when  the referee stopped the playing in consequence of rain.  LONDON, July 2.���William C. Whitney's Falsan D'Or (Reiff up) won the  trial'plate at the Newmarket first July  meeting. Cherokee was second and  Composite third. Frank Gardner's Bid-  do (C; Jenkins) won the Hyde Park  handicap. Whitney's ..Convamore -(J.  Reiff) won the Bottisham plate. Miss  Murphy (J. Reiff) won a maiden two-  year-old race. The Prickles filly came  in second and Calapa third.  Trackmen's Strike.  MONTREAL", July 2.���An attempt is  about to be ��� made by a_ committee of  Canadian Pacific strikers to induce the  sectionmen on.the Canadian Northern to  go out, so as to strengthen.their cause  against the C. P. R., which they admit  gives higher wages, "-mould they succeed the opening of the Rainy  line "would be delayed u  ���son.    ,    ' ��� - ��� ..  TORONTO?July 2���There is no truth  in the report^that the striking C. P. R.  trackmen have been in-any way successful in their efforts to get the nien on  the Grand Trunk west of- Kingston to  strike,' the object lesson the latter experienced about a year-ago not having  been forgotten yet.   -      '  WINNIPEG, Man.,' July '2.���The local  committee, of the C. P. R. striking  trackmen here are evidently getting  short of funds and are appealing'to the  Montreal committee for financial aid.  The large amount of wages already lost  by the sectionmen. is a source of anxiety'amongst storekeepers, who are wondering where they are going to gottheir  pay-for goods supplied.  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  We Have Now in StocK  11UNEK (Seattle) B10KU in q utu-ts and pints.   It. is ficsli -bottling, excellent iu  quality and modorato in prico.  125 BARRELS "DOG'S 1IRA1V AM* AND STOUT .iust,un-!vod direct, from  London, KhRlaml. Thero id no superior lultling' ot Bj.ss an I Guincd*.' Piico-  aro interesting to dealers.  - ?l  Our Special Canadian Rye  Is Browing in favor.   Salos arc increasin**'. . Quality and (lavor'nro  Wc have it in bulk and in casos i.i, and G*.  recoRnized.  A full rnn-'oof' ty-ion goods.  ���\Vcc.m*ya]aj'gc and .ycry lino Rtock of Cig in*.  Just received anoiher shipment of Granda's pure Havana foods.  River  next sea-  PRSESTLTS GRAVENETTE  SOLD  THE   WORLD   OVER.  TORONTO, July 2.���An Evening Telegram's London cable says Towns, in his  anxiety to meet,Jake Gaudaur, has  agreed to drop .two conditions he insisted on and.row Gaudaur in Canada.    -  .OTTAWA, July 2.���Mayor Morris this  morning received a telegram from Reeve  Young of Cache bay (26 miles,west of  North bay on the C; P. R.) that thirty  houses in that .place were burned on  Sunday and 200* people were homeless.  LONDON, Ont, July 2.���Archie Brem-  ner, a well known journalist of this city,  Ottawa and other: cities of the Dominion, is'-dead, after a lingering illness..  Deceased was connected with editorial  work on the Free Press at the time of  his death. v  ST. JOHN, July 2.~The Anchor line  steamer Armenia bound to this port  from New York is ashore on Nigger  Head, about seven miles from' here,  and will prove a total wreck. The crew  was saved. The steamer had no pilot  oh board coming up the Bay of Fundy.  TORONTO, July; 2.-rr-Prof. J. S. Mc-  Leek, professor of' economics in Arkansas University and a noted expert on  questions of shipping and railway rates,  arrived here today to conduct an inquiry  pn behalf of the Dominion government  into the shippers' grievances. The report has been asked for by Mr. Blair as  a preliminary to promised legislation  for the regulation of traffic rates. He  will visit Ottawa and afterwards the  chief shipping centers of Canada.  In the Sporting World.  'HENLEY, July 2.���Owing to the  large number of entries for the Thames  challenge cup at the Henley regatta,  three heats in the contest for that trophy  were rowed this afternoon. The results  were as follows: First heat, Trinity.  Hall, Cambridge, beat the Vesta Rowing Club.' The Cambridge men led  throughout and paddled home six  lengths ahead, in 7 minutes 3S seconds.  Second heat, the School of Mines beat  the Staines Rowing Club. Third heat,  Kingston beat the Thames Rowing-Club.  PHILADELPHIA, July 2.���The match  between the Canadian and German town  cricketers was continued today. The visitors suffered greatly from the intense  heat, as was the case yesterday. The  wicket was hard and dry and favorable  to the batsmen. The result of yesterday's play was that the Germantowns  . . BUSINESS., MENTION.  Por Sale, or .Rent.���Piano at tLe  Old Curiosity Shop. ��� -'.--  For   sale���Ranch   on   Kootenay  river, improved.   Inquire W. P. Robinson.   '*  To  Let���Furnishnd front room,  with or without board; . Apply four doors above  City Hall, Victoria street.  ��� For Lease���Palace hotel, Sandon,  B. C,   Furnished throughout.    For particulars  apply, to Mrs. A. Engan, Sandon. (,  To rent��� Office in the   Turner-  ��� Boficke block."corner Ward and' Bakor.  Apply  to John A. Turner ',- '     '  Wanted���Smart     salesgirl     for  Monday and Tuesday of next, week.   Apply to J.  A. McDonald's fruit <-tore,.Baker stroet.  Japan Tea of all'kinds  to suit'  your taste.   Sun Cured. Spider Li'sr. i'nn Kirvd  In bulk or package*-.   Kootenay Collets Co.  To    Let���A   7-ronm ��� house    on  corner of Victoria and Hendryx sirrets.     All  modern conveuioiic-s;--7Apply-J^Coxhoad,_0_edar_  street.    * ,  Furniture, pianos safes, -fee,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T.  Wilson. I"hone270, Proi-ei'Vi Sccji.d Hand S:.oro,  Ward Street.        ���  Gold, copper, silver, lead mines  and prospects wanted. Penrf report and samples  to the Profwector.'' Exchange, Nelson, B. I'.,  Room i, K. W-C Block.  For   rent���House on   Carbonate  street, between Stanley and Koot-ma y streets  seven rooms, bail), hut and cold water. Kent  ?25.   Inquire W. P. Hoblnson.  D. J. Robertson & Co, Furniture  dealers.'uhdertal-orsand enilinlmoiH. Day telephone No. 293. niu;K 'phenu 207; Noxt new post  office building-, Vernon street,; Nelson.  For comfort and convenience go  "to the.Ice Cream I'aVlnrs of; j. A. McDonald,  Bakor street, whore over}' ���attention and requisite is supplied.  Any kind of help furnished fiw,  Apply, write, ti'legtaph, or-telephone \Veslorn  Canadian Employment Olllce, Nelson, B. U.  Telephone 270.  Free milling gold properties.   We  are anxious to securo a few free milling gold pro-  Sertles at once. The Prospoctor - Exchange,  [elson, B.C, Room 4, K-W-C Blook.  ��� That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  are selllnK at thirty cents per pound Is Kivl'ng  the beat of satisfaction to our many customers.  Kootenay Coffee Co.  Scotch" Collies ��� Pups   for   sale.  Color, sable; age, 2 months; thoroughbred; parents registered; price, $15 oach. *-T*o spayed  bitches, $12 each. Address: Postottice, Krio,  B. C.  We   have   Indian,   Ceylon    and  China Teas in (?r,eat variety, choicest quality.  We make a specialty bf blending teas and sell  them in any quantity at lowest rates. Kootenay  Coffee Co ���'���������;,  Pioneer Chop House���John Spear,  proprietor. Opposite Quten'n Hotel. Baker street.  ���Nelson. Open day a<-d night Lunches a cpec-  ialty. Picuijand traveling parties supplied on  shortest notice.  Wanted���Thoroughly competent  bookkeeper for a mine in T'riti'h Columbia.  Must understand keeping and tabulation of mine  and mil costs and stove ucc<unts. .Apply, g vim  past, experience nnd lefoieuccs, to P.O. drawer  No. 505, Nelton, B. C.  Notice to contractors and others���  General laborers, gardeners, rock mon, etc, will  be furnished free of charge to all per sous requiring help of this kind by applying i o I he secretary,  Nelson Laborers' Protective Union, Box 237,  Nelson, B.C.  CRAVENETTE  COATS ...  - SERVE A DOUBLE  PIRPOSE K$ RAINCOAT OR J OVERCOAT.  MADE IN AU  YLESTS . . .  TO ENSURE CETTINC  PRIE3TLYS SEE THAT  THJS   LA.BEL  13 0\.  EVERY CARMEIIT.  ..'''���   SOLELY CONTROLLED FOR THE DOMINION OF CANADA BY   -  E  A  SMALL & COMPANY.' Wholesale Tailors;' Montreal.  SoleAgentforNelsonj^^QILKER  ���y-  $3500  PROPERTY for $200 cash and  $2700 on terms to suit purchaser.  Grounds 120xl00feet. House withOrooms,  bathroom, pantry, closets, etc.: large kitchen  range and all modern convemerices; 3 years  insurance included. Afco. lot 50x120 feet on  Mill stroet for $250.    Apply  STRACHAN  BROTHERS  PLUMBERS  $?***.*.*.* ****** *.*.*���  ***.*���&*���&$  HrHrPLAYF0Rp-&-COrf  Special Bargains  fi  MADDEN   BLOCK  HELSOk  AND  m.  ro  f>  v.  m  ��  ro  m  ro  CIGAR J  | TOBACCO  | MERCHANTS.  *      ���       ___ ��� - -  *  t P. 0. Box C37, Telephone 117,  ro  it.  :t_  IN  '*ift*** **���*��� ���***6**.6��*'������'�����:&*���*���*��� 6-  R. B. REILEY  (SUCCE^QU TO II. D. ASHCROFT)     '  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD   WORKt-r.*  .   EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  Special attention Riven to all kinds of repairing  1   from o'.^lde points.   Heavy i  Spi   and custom work    holts TnortR to order on short not'on.  NOTIOE.  Notice is hercoy given that I intend to apply  at llio next regular sitting of the board of licenco  oomrnifsioners for tho oily o! Nelson, to bo held  after the i xpiwtion of thirty day * from the date  horeof, for a transfer of the retail liquor ^license  now held bv me for the premises known as tho  Ohie Pot Saloon, situated on tho wost half of IjOt  4, Block 2, subdivision of Lot 95, Nolson, to William Walm8ley and James Howes. "  WitnFss: THOMAS SPROAT.  Thomas M. Vvutn  Dated tin* 28th day of June. 1901.  Boots and ShoeSi  Notwithstanding that "there are  two bankrupt stocks of boots and  shoes now being offered in this city,  I nm prepared to niecb tlie prices  listed for same, and as .my stock is  fresh���just opened up���from the  manufacturers, I would solicit an  inspection before purchasing.  The results that I have obtained  since advertising my discontinuance  in business have been most satisfactory. The great variety of my  stock of clothing and gents' furnishing1-*, with all pricos marked in  plain figure.-*, has proven an irresistible factor in securing sales.  Those who have not taken advantage  of  my reductions  should  call and compare prices and  quotations with   those   offered -in- any }'  other store in the city.  Everything^/  is offered at eastern wholesale^cost/'  THEO  MADSON  Baker Street. Nelson, B. C.  NOTICE.  Tlio annual general mee'ing of tho Cascade  Woler, Power& Light Company, Limited, will  be hold at the offices of tlie company. Baker  stroot. Nels n. B., 0.. on Wednesday 'he 17th  day of July, Instant, nt 2 o'clock in tho afternoon.  JOHM FRASER. Secretary.  NOTICE.  \(7I  "Inspeceion ok JMisTAi.uKEnoua Mines J  AMENDMKNl' AOT, l'JOl,"  NOTICE Is hereby given that copies of tho  l.'odo of Mino Signals provided by th ��� abovo  Aot. which cjmes into force on the 1st prox.. can  bo obtaimd from the King's printer, *- ictoria.  Copies on paper *n ill b* furnished free, but a  chnrgeof fifty cents will bo made for thoso on  rubber cloth.  RICHARD McWIDR, Minister of Mines.  Department of Mine*), 27th June, 1901.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogrustown) Fairview Addition. ,  Office on Baker Streot, west of Stanley Stroot  NKLSON.  ���.���*'

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