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 DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  tine  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAR  NELSON:  TUESDAY MORNING, MARCH 6 1900.  PRICE FIVE  CENTS.  xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxrixxxxxzxxxxxxxxxxxx:::. (xxxxxixiixxixxxsxxxxxxxxxxxixzxxxxxxiiixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxiiiiixxxxjjxxxxxj  LORD ROBERTS NOW OCCUPIES A MOST ADVANTAGEOUS I  Position and the Boers Seem Trapped Again.  London, March G.���A dispatch to the ��� Standard from Osfontein  dated Sunday, March 4th, says : "Lord Roberts' army now occupies  a most advantageous position. Tho sixth division under general  | .Kelly-Kenny is posted on the highlands and holds all the kopjes for  !j a distance of five miles south of the Modder. The seventh division  li under geueral Tucker is iu the centre, immediately south of the river  ii and general Colville with the ninth division, is on the north bank,  i! Tho cavalry brigade under general French is posted on the left front  ij and the mounted infantry under colonel RidlCy-Martyn on the right  Ij front.  jj "The country round consists of wide, grassy plains broken only  by ridges and isolated koines."  London, March 0.���A body of the enemy has taken up a position  on a flat-topped kopje to the north of the river, live miles beyond  ij general French, Avho today took out horse artillery and shelled them.  Another force, four thousand strong, holds an isolated group of  kopjes south of the Modder and in front of the British mounted  infantry. The position is surrounded on all sides by. level plains,  over which the Boers must make their way in order to reach the  river. As a consequence their situation appears precarious in the  H extreme.  a . The veldt is now in beautiful condition. "Water is plentiful,  M supplies being obtainable not only from the river'but also from  H numerous clear springs. The health and spirit of the troops are  a excellent. The British cavalry and mounted infantry have been  [j reconnoitring the enemy's position.    There has been little fighting.  Sxxxxxxxxxxxixxxxxixirixxxixxxrxrixxxrxxixxxxxxxixrxxxxxjrxxixxxxxxxxxxxxxxxixxxixxxxj txxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxnixxxxi  the working forces in each of the  mines will be larger than ever  before.  THREE DEPUTATIONS WAIT  On the City Council.  Last night seemed to be  deputation night for the  city councillors,  no fewer than  three  civic  deputations  being  in  attendance  at the  couucil to bring matters before the  city fathers. ��� The aldermen present  were  McKillop,  Arthur,   Morrison  land Hall, mayor Houston presiding.  Ex-aldcrman Charles Hillyer and  1). Schimerhorn were a deputation  to urge tho council  to  put Front  street iu  shape for traffic.     They  were backed up by a lengthy petition from" tho business men  along  the street, and a letter from John  Choiditeh   k 'Co.;   both  of which  <lrew attention to  the  almost impassable condition of the street.  On motion of aldermen Kail aud  i Arthur the city engineer was instructed to place enough gravel on  the street to "keep it, in. condition  Ttuitil the macadamising program  v/as ready.  Judge Forin, Charles E. Miller  and F. W. Swannell of the Kootenay Lake General hospital appeared  |.us representatives of the directorate. They urged upon tho aldermen the necessity and advantage  of either taking over the hospital  or making it a substantial grant.  On motion of alderman McKillop  and Hall tho subject was referred  to a committee constituted of the  mayor and  aldermen. Arthur and  |-Morrison  -  The third and last deputation  was from the public library board,  and consisted of E. A. Crease, G.  KydjJ, R. R. Hedley and 11. Bird.  They desired the city to take over  the premises, and the arguments iu  favor of this weie put forward by  Mr. Crease. Mi'. Kydd gave the  financial statement for the year.  A special committe, comprising aldermen McKillop, Hall and Wilson,  was drafted to deal with the subject and report.  Acting government agent W. J.  Goepel, asked for a sidewalk to the  now registry office on Vernon  street, and the matter was referred  to the public works committee.  J. A. Gilker wrote asking the  -council to lower the sidewalk in  front of his store, ami the request  was refened to the city engineer  for action.  On motion of aldermen Hall and  Arthur, alderman Morrison was appointed to the board of the United  Charities Organization as a representative of the council.  On motion of aldermen Hall and  Arthur., it was unanimously resolved that the police commissioners should be requested to gives notice that all houses of ill repute be  moved from the east end of Baker  street by June 1st.  P. F. Wilson, city solicitor, advised the council in re by-law 01  that Lhey had no option other than  to grant licenses where applicants  tendered tho requisite fee, save in  the case of liquor licenses. By-law  jSo. 01 to regulate the licenses  "granted in the city was finally  passed on motion of aldermen  Arthur and McKillop.  LJifcy clerk Strachan was granted  60 days' leave of absence from  April 1st for the purpose of visiting the old country.  Mayor Houston informed the  council that he had received an  offer-from the government agent to  have the prisoners confined in the  provincial jail break stone at $1.00  per cord. lie thought the prisoners should have hard work of some  kind in order that the jail should  not become a centre for loafers who  wanted to get through the winter  easily, and considered stone-breaking the only occupation' iu which  the prisoners would not come into  competition with free,,labor. The  consensus of opinion seemed to be  that rough rock should "be quarried  by free labor and taken to ��� the jail  yard to be broken into fine metal  for roadmaking, aud tho clerk was  instructed to secure an offer in  writing from W. J. Goepel.  The mayor brought up the matter of measuring wood, and suggested that a system be adoptfed  whereby wood could be guaranteed  in quantity by a measurement  made by a'civic official similar to  that of measuring coal. On motion  of aldermen Hall and Arthur,  weighmaster Jackson was appointed  to measure wood and the city engineer was instructed to post him  on the method of.making the measurements. A foe of ten cents will  be charged, half of which goes to  the city. By this means the citizens can, by insisting on a certificate of measurement being produced, be absolutely certain that  The announcement that 1100 militiamen are to be raised for active  service at home and abroad has created much interest here. Lieutenant Beer received a telegram yesterday from major Benson, D. O. C,  asking if auy of the officers here  desired to take service at Halifax.  Among the freight shipments  arriving over the C. P. R. yesterday were a car of pulp aud a car of  glycerine for the Ontario Powder  Works. A car of asbestos for the  P. Burns Company also arrived.  This will be used for packing the  walls iu the new refrigerator  building.  During the month of February  the C. P. R. freight department received 0847 tons of freight'and forwarded 5594 tons. The increase on  the business during the same month  of 1899 is in round  figures $10,000.  The belts recently sent for the  use of the fire brigade will not be  returned, as was originally intended, but will be retained for  dress parade by the department.  Another lot of substantial quality,  such as is required for practical  work, will be ordered from a local  harnessmaker.  The ice at the rink yesterday was  pronounced by curlers to be the  best of the season. In the morning  two rinks met iu an interesting  match, which resulted as follows:  J. A. Kirkpatrick, H. D. Hume, J.  F. Weir aud W. W. Beer, skip, 0;  G. Steele, Dr. Arthur, Dr. Hall and  J. H. Wallace, skip, 9. Other  games were curled during the day.  The registry office was formally  turned over to the provincial government yesterday by the Nelson  Saw & Planing Mills, Limited, who  had the contract. The building  cost $12,000 iu round figures.  On the conclusion of his term as  house physician at the general hospital Di*. Rose will be identified  with Dr. Hall in the latter's practice.  Ensign Lester and captain Duthic,  who have been in charge of the  Salvation Army work in Nelson for  tho past ten weeks, have >been instructed to proceed to .Vancouver  and join _ the coips at that point.  The ladies have been quite" successful in the local work, and their departure is viewed by ' the local  members with - regret: The Tribune has been requested to convey  ���the thanks of the departing officers  to the citizens of'Nelson for the  many kindnesses received during  their brief stay in the city.  On Saturday evening John R.  White was united in marriage to  Miss Mary Isabel Smith, daughter  of William C. Smith, who keeps the  boarding house at the smelter. Rev.  John Robson, pastor of the Methodist church, officiated.  Ed Thomas is dangerously ill in  his room iu tho Madden block.  THE BUDGET Dfb'ATE IN THE  Imperial Parliament.  London, March 5.���In the course  of his speech introducing the budget, sir Michael Hicks-Beach, chancellor of the exchequer,  referring  to his previously expressed opiuion  regarding   the    capacity    of  the  Transvaal   to   bear   a   responsible  share of tho expenditure   of the  war, said he still adhered  to that  opinion, but he was bound  to say  that the   events   of tho last five  months,   and   the    claims    which  would undoubtedly; he made by the  loyal colonists of NM_al for compensation for the losses sustained at  the  hands  of the," Boers and  the  enormous increase- in expenditure  since he last spoke,' had made him  feel that the capacity of tho Transvaal to bear the cost of the war  was a less important factor, though  it will be still moro an important  factor than he estimated in October  last.  ' From the abounding revenue of  the past year ��5,500,000 surplus  was available towards the war expenditures, bearing a remarkable  testimony to the industrial activity  and commercial prosperity of 1898,  wliich was, he hoped, one of a long  series of prosperous years. The  improvement. Avas dim to the style  and progress of business and not to  war, which had in some respects  The question of collecting the  road tax was discussed, and.it was  resolved to make pounclkeeper McGregor collector. He will be instructed to confine his attention  for .the present to Chinese and  Italians, and the . police commissions s will be requested to make  McGregor apolice officer. He will  be paid 25 cents commission on each  assessment from these two sources  and 15 cents each for collecting  from permanent residents. The  additional commission was granted  in view of the difficulty of collecting from tho foreigners.  The council then adjourned until  Monday evening next.  S  NELSON LOCAL NEWS.  R. R. Campbell of tho Revelstoke  Mail i.s in Nelson. Asked as to the  political situation there,'he said he  had been away a. week Or more over  in East Kootenay and was not posted, lie was somewhat surprised to  hear that the Conservatives had  nominated Charles Wilson, Q. C, of  Vancouver, for it was generally understood that J. I). Sibbald, who  was turned out of office by the Semlin government, had been selected  to make the contest.  Lee Coombs, of Steon & Co.,  wholesale merchants, Rossland, was  in Nelson yesterday. lie is in a  fairly good position to know the  causes that resulted in the laying  off of a part of the working forces  in tin ee of the mines there, and he  say* that tho only cause was inadequate machinery in each ca.se. As  soon as the mines are equipped  ���with adequate machinery, which  ���will be within a reasonable timej  will vary  their program for Thursday night.  Instead of the regular drill they  will cross sticks at hockey with the  staff of the Hudson's Bay stores.  The volunteers will, wear white  sweaters, uniform trousers and leg-  gins, but are ordered to parade  without bayonets. '  V- The following cable message was  received in Melson yesterday;  "South Farnborough.���Citizens,  Nelson: Most grateful thanks for  extremely kind congratulations.  Audrey Buller."  The second number of the Ferguson Eagle is to hand. It is  equally as good as the first. The  Eagle, so far, is the best paper in  the province, taking into consideration that Ferguson is a village of  probably a hundred inhabitants.  The William Hamilton Manufacturing Company of Peterborough,  Ontario, have decided to make Nelson district headquarters, and have  opened an office in the Madden  block with Harry Ilowson in charge  as district agent and T. J. Roadley  as chief clerk. The company is one  of the best in Canada, and all machinery manufactured is guaranteed to be the best, and everything  required in mining and milling is  turned out.  Another curling match took place  at ,the rink yesterday when the following players met last night: J.  Thompson, F. J. Bradley, T. Houston, B. Archibald, skip, 12; Dr.  Armstrong, P. E. Wilson, II. D.  Hume, and S. M. Brydges, skip. 11.  In the afternoon rinks skipped by  J. 11. Wallace and B. Walley mot,  the game resulting in favor of W&l  lace's rink by one jioiut.  mitigated against trade.   The increase in foreign trade, both in imports and exports, was  more than  in previous years.   There had been  a remarkable,, increase in   the   receipts from the death duties, totalling ��17,441,000 of .which ��2,271,000  was from the estates of millionaires  including ��900,000 from the estate  of one man, a foreigner  who  lived  on fifteen shillings a day in a west  end London club.   That one person,  he continued, however, unwillingly  had contributed to  the exchequer,  more than the cost of an ironclad.  '(The  foreigner is the late George  Smith, pioneer banker of, Chicago,  who died October Uth, 1899, in his  rooms at the Refer;..* ClulvLondon.)  Explaining the proposed loan, sir  Michael   Hicks-Beach   said lie  believed it would be a mistake to try  to raise it by a now issue of eon-  sols, as it would create a permanent  debt which the nation could not  pay   off   at   par   until   192,'i.     Ife  thought it would be better  tha,t a,  part of the ��35,000,000 bo reserved,  say an amount not exceeding ��5,-  000,000, for a further issue.of treasury bonds.   Tho rest he proposed  to raise by bonds or stocks.   lie  had reason to believe it would be  possible to make such an issue on  very reasonable terms, and he hoped  to do so in a way not to insure profits for the fe-\y great and  wealthy  persons,  but   to bring   the whole  public into the  war loan, and enable them to be of some assistance  to the country.  The chancellor desired_a resohii.  tion passed enabling him to borrow  in the manner described without  fettering him _ as to the precise  terms of the issue. " He did not propose at present to'make any special  provision to pay off this loan. It  would be premature lo do so before  they knew the total liabilities, and  especially before they knew how  much could be expected from the  Transvaal.   Tic added:  "We have ample means to meet  what might fall on ourselves. Our  soldiers in the Held have shown  that they are equal to their forefathers and the great colonies have  eagerly taxed themselves with men  and money for tho empire. Should  those who are sitting at bomo>,.iow  themselves to be financial cowards,  we will leave tho matter in the  hands of the house, being assul'od  they will begrudge no effort and  shrink from no sacrifices which the  honor of the country and their  duty to the empire demand."  Sir Henry Campbell-Bainierman  said the opposition would give  every facility for the passage of the  necessary resolution, complimenting  sir Michael Hicks-Beach on tho  "straightforward, statesmanlikeand  discreet measures" proposed to deal  with the financial difficulties, and  said he thought the government  would be met iu no grudging spirit  in prosecuting its. financial propositions. Very pioperly a considerable proportion would fall on the  shoulders of the income tax payers.  Timothy Healy, Iri<-h Nationalist,  following sir Henry Campbell-Ban-  nerman, protested against Ireland  having to pay anything towards  the war expenses, asserting that  not a penny had been expended in j  I Ireland.    Germany,     the  States and Brazil! all had a share  except Ireland. The tax on whisky,  he further asserted, was an attempt  to bleed Ireland."  "Let the diamond stockbrokers,"  continued Mr. llealey, "those who  are making money out of the war,  pay tho cost. Let the colonies  share tho burden���Canada and Australia, who are so keen for war."  Sir William Vernon Harcourt,  Liberal, complimented tho chancellor of the exchequer on the soundness of his financial principles but  said the country would like to  know how the government intended  to insure that the Transvaal would  pay a large part of the cost of the  war.    He added :  "It is said we are fighting for liberty and freedom; that then there  is a prospect of millionaires like Mr.  Beit and Mr. Rhodes having the  legislation of the Transvaal at their  own disposal. Of course the government would not think of oppressing them by a centralized taxation  from England. While England is  being taxed for the war it would  be interesting to know how the  government intends to realize on  the vague, mystic expectations of  gentlemen who would put millions  into their pockets as a result of  the war. How are these men to be  made to pay? If it is going to be  free and independent legislation I  do not believe the Imperial government will get it. Before all these  burdens are imposed on the British  people, they should think surely of  getting control of the funds in  South Africa."  Tho house of commons adopted  the government's budget proposals.  ENORMOUS DIFFICULTIES IN  KL_ttxx_axxxxxxxixxx__xxix__ji-__xx__r-Xixx___uxii-__n_xxx__ixx__xxxixzxxxrxx_n^^ exxxxf  I PAST AND UNRECORDED ASSESSMENTS COUNT FOR A  Certificate of Improvements.   The Political Situation.  Victoria, March 5.���An extra British Columbia Gazette tonight  contains the new government's first official act, this being an important notice affecting certificates of improvements of mineral  claims, the effect of which appears to be that work done iu excess of  statutory requirements in any year, may be counted in any subse*  quent year to keep the claim in good standing. In the words of the  order, "sections 5 and 30 shall be so interpreted as to permit a free  miner who has applied by affidavit for a certificate of improvements,  to receive and record a certificate or certificates of work for all or  any assessment work done by him or his predecessors in title since  the recording of the mineral claim, in excess of the value for which ��  he has already obtained a certificate or certificates of work." n  Joe Martin has returned to town with no new announcement to H  make, except s that he says that the lieutenant-governor has not jj  limited him to time, but charged him simply with forming a strong jj  government, which he feels sure he can do. He denies that his cam- ij  paign is to be on federal lines. a  The Colonist suggests that the past leaders of provincial parties B  have exhausted their claims upon the public, and that it is now in ij  order for the people to install in office a brand new set of men who a  will govern the province on business principles, without regard to 3  the interests of political parties. S  It is pretty well established that Mclnnes has been called down jj  by Laurier for undue interference and needlessly embarrassing the 3  Ottawa government, which is responsible for his actions. jj          M  'TTTTTTTTXIlIIXtr___fT___[__TTt��TTTTTTTTTTIITTTT__TTTTTTTTTTTTH^_!TTTTTTTTTTTTrTT1   ZZ CIXXXXl  ixxn.xxrxxnxTxr  General Buller's Path.  London, March 6.���Mr. Winston  Churchill desciibiug the relief of  Ladysmith in a dispatch published  by the Morning Post says: "It has  been effected at a cost of upwards  of 5000 officers and men iu an army  only 25,000 strong."  lie goes on to'pay a high 'tribute  to .sir Redvers Buller, emphasizing  the confidence his men had in him,  " withoutvwhichthe entei prise could  hardly have succeeded."  Of general Buller's attack on  February 27th, Mr. Churchill says:  "Considered in itself it was a  masterpiece, soundly conceived,  boldly launched and skillfully executed." He adds that "much also  wa.s due to the greatly - improved  intelligence department."  Mr. Churchill points out that the  Boers now hold Van Reenen's pass  but that a majority of the Free  Staters have accompanied the  Transvaalers northward.  London, March 0.���The Times  publishes tho following dispatch  from Ladysmith dated March 2nd :  "Until I had crossed the Tugela, I  did not realize the nature of the  ground, and the system of the Boer  rifle-enttendiments. How "these"  final positions were ever forced by  15,000 men seems marvellous. Jt  convinces me that the British infantry is unequalled* and that the  relief column accomplished an almost superhuman task. \-  A GLANCE AT YESTERDAY'S  News From tho Front.  London, March 0.���1 a. in.���Mafeking is to be relieved as soon as  the Biitish force already on the  way   to  Kimberley  can   raise  (he  siege.  This    force  is described  vaguely as ".strong." The Kimberley Light Horse i$ mentioned as a  component. In view of the fact  that the Kimberley Light Horse is  under tho control of tlio DoBecrs,  lord Robert'-' visit to Kimberley  may have had to do with an arrangement with Cecil Rhodes for  this company.  Mr. Rhodes and colonel Kekewich  havo had differences as to policy, it  appears, which did not end with  the relief of Kimberley. "What  shall 1 do with him?" colonel Kekewich is said to have wired to lord  Roberts, who half-humorously re-  piled, according to a story circulated at the clubo: " Put him in |  chain1-."  Frehh intelligence as to what lord  Roberts is. doing has ceased again.  Silence is taken to mean that something has happened or is about to  happen.  Boer raider^ are uncommonly active in the northwestern section of  Cape colony where thoy arc stirring  up   the   Dutch.   Martial   law has  United | consequently been declared.  Mr. Chamberlain's request for  2500 additional Australian bushmen  is understood to be explained by  the fact that the war office requires  this force for the pursuit of irreconcilable Boers who, according to  the intelligence department, have  been quietly collecting great quantities of ammunition and stores in  the mountain fastness of the Zeut-  pausberg district in the north of  the Transvaal, where they are preparing to carry on a guerilla warfare.    ANOTHER BIG REAL ESTATE  ���___.-���___________ '  Deal Put Through.  One of the most important real  estate deals of year was put through  yesterday, as a result of which the  city of Nelson will have another  magnificent business block. Within a couple of months ground will  be broken on the southwest corner  of Baker and Ward streets for  a business block on the lots  now occupied by Macdonald's confectionery store, Cliffe <fe Co/s bookstore, and Kirkpatrickv & Wilson's  grocery business.  The new block will be erected by  Kirkpatrick k Wilsou and A. H.  Clements. The thirty feet fronting  on Baker street at the corner of  "Ward has been purchased by the  syndicate for $10,500, the price  paid being probably the largest  ever paid for real estate in_tho city.  " ~~ TJie~tenants in the corner stores  leave the premises on the 18th instant. Mr. Macdonald has rented a  a store in the Madden block, and is  preparing to move at once. Kirkpatrick & Wilson have hot decided  where they will locate while building operations are in progress.  Mr. Kirkpatrick estimates that  the projected new building will cost  some $Ji5,000. Ib will be 00 by 120  feet and several stories in height.  It is understood that the C. P. Jt.  has made overtures with regard to  .securing a portion of the premises  for their uptown telegraph and  ticket offices.  BOERS ARE IN FULL RETREAT  From Northern Cape Colony.  DoiiiniKCHT, March 5.- -[Evening]  ���'General Brabant hat> scored a  complet c victory. The Boers are in  full retreat with their guns and  wagons and are being pursued.  STKRKbTHOM, March 5.- Stormberg was found to have been evacuated by the Boers last night.  Stkkkstkom, March 5.-���(Even-  ing) ���General Gatacre entered  Stormberg unopposed today. The  Boers destroyed the railway approach, but tho station is intact.  Tried to Escape.  Gavk Town, March 4.���It is reported that the Boer prisoners,  while on tho way from Paardeberg,  unsuccessfully attempted to escape  from the train. Eleven hundred of  Cronje's men havo been placed temporarily on the British steamer  Mongolian and Manila in Table  Bay.  COUNTY COURT" SITTINGS  Opened Yesterday.  Before opening the county court  docket yesterday morning judge  Forin granted no less than twenty  applications for naturalization. The  names of the successful applicants  are: Vittoria Balletti, J. LaPointe,  Nelson; Henry Roman, Alfred Park,  Edward Lind, Herman Zibbler,  Aaron Anderson, Philip J. Smith,  W. G. Twyer, J. Freeman, E. Pur-  cell,'L. A. Snyder, Dennis Shea,  Ymir; and A. E. Teeter, William  Braseh, G. E. Stoll, J. Dudjiuski,  V. 0. Rackliff, T. Romano and - A.  Broadwood, Slocan.  The first ease heard was Murphy  vs. Brandon, the evidence in which  was taken at  the last court.    The  plaintiff claimed  the right  to  remove a building he had  erected on *  the defendant's pre-emption.  After  heaiing-the arguments of counsels.  his honor gave judgment iu  favor  of the defendant.    A.  M. Johnson  appeared for the plaintiff and W.  A. Galliher for the defence.    _.  The plaintiff obtained judgment  in the case of York vs.-Provost aud  others, iir which the plaintiff was .  suing the _owners of the Two  Friends mine for the price of merchandise delivered. - Fred Elliot  appeared for the plaintiff and A. M.  Johnson for the defence.  The case of Jones  vs. Ince was  -dismissed-with-costs, neitherof the ~  parties  to  the suit putting  iu an  appearance.  R, S. Lennie obtained an order ,  for the examination ot witnesses  on commission in Monti cal iu the  case of 'Morrison vs. the British  America Gold Mining Company, of  Rossland.  The rest of the day way taken up  with the case of Maslouka vf. Maslouka, in which the Maslouka  brothers were disputing over t heir  .mutual accounts, which appealed  to be very complicated. Charles  Jiskowicz officiated as interpreter.  W, A.. Galliher appeared for tho  plaintiff and S. S. Taylor, Q. C, for  tho defence, and the case, will bo  continued this morning.  ELEVEN HUNDRED MORE MEN  For Active Service.  Ottawa, March a.���Tt is authoritatively stated that the government will at once arrange for drafting 100 or 125 men with three officers to take the place of the  Canadians killed or permanently  disabled in South Africa. It is intended that these men will leavo  with the Strathcona Horse on tho  Monterey on March 15th. It is understood they will bo selected from  each province as was the first contingent.  The minister of militia is engaged  in arranging for drafting 1000 Canadians to take tlio place of the Lein-  bter regiment, who, when relieved,  will go to South Africa. It is proposed to select the 1000 men in tho  same manner us the iirst contin*  geufc was selected. 2  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. 0 TUESDAY, MARCH 6 1900  easonable Goods  Our mightiest efforts have been put forth to get together a complete assortment of seasonable wash materials and tlieir trimmings.  We have succeeded and a most comprehensive display is prepared for  your inspection.  New prints in light and dark patterns at 8c, 10c, 12ic, 15c, 18c.  New ginghams, fancy designs or checks, 12ic, loc, 18c, 20c, 25c.  New piques, fancy stripes or spots, 15c, 18c, 20c, 25c.  'organdies, new zephyrs, new spot muslins.  Valcncienne  laces,  lie,   lc,   5c,  7c, Sc, 10c, 12Ac, 15c, ISc, 20c,  New  New  25c, :50c.  New  Oriental laces, 5c, Sc, 10c. 12i, 15c, 20c, 25c.  New Irish point laces, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c,-10c, 50c and upwards.  New silk laces, 5c, Sc, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, 35c, 15c, 50c, 75c, $1.  New embroideries, 3c. 4c, 5c, 8c, 10c, 12Ac, 15c, ISc, 20c and up to 50c  New embroidery insertion, new lace insertion, new allover laces.  artin O'Reilly & Go.  Houston Block, Baker Street.  Vancouver has been wrestling  with the problem as to the best  method of carrying on municipal  work, whether by contract or day  labor. At Friday evening's session,  the Trades and Labor Council decided to "strongly advocate the em-  " ployment of day labor ou prospec-  " tive municipal sewerage extension  " work." It may be noted that  this is another body of men who  differ from the Nelson Miner as to  the best method of carrying on  municipal work.  Premier Martin appears to be  warming things up for the provincial politicians.    The opinion of the  leaders of both political parties appears to be that Martin is endeavoring to precipitate  a division of  the forces upon federal party lines  and thus create a following for himself.   Not having any confidence in  ��� Martin the leaders of both parties  are endeaA-oiiug to defer, at least  for the present, the introduction of  federal lines.    That they will succeed  goes almost without saying.  Colonel   Gregory   of  the Victoria  Liberals has already issued a note  of warning to- the Liberals of the  capital against paying any attention   to   premier Martin's  call   to  arms. , The colonel questions Mar-  t tin's   Liberalism   and    denies   his  claim to the support of the Liberals"  of the province.   The Conservatives  , are also alive to'tlie danger of vesting    Martin " with   the  control ~ of  provincial affairs.   As a party the  Mainland wing is committed to the  introduction of party lines in the  approaching contest, but sir Charles  Hibbert Tupper,  recognizing  that  such a course would be but_playing  into Martin's hands, is now endeavoring ,to dissuade the Wilson Conservatives from adopting it, aud the  probabilities are that he will succeed.    It is a case where the political leaders will no doubt agree to  Kill off Martin in the first instance  and then   struggle  for  supremacy  among themselves.   The address of  sir Charles Hibbert Tupper, delivered before tho Vancouver Uonserva1  'lives on Saturday evening appears  in another column.  Martin could have reasonably expected a considerable labor vote.:  but when it crops out that Ludgate  is disposed to fight organized labor  in Seattle it is hot likely that either  he or his champions will receive  much consideration from organized  labor in Vancouver.  French's movement,  arily stopped.  was   tempor-  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  GROCERIES.  MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Vernon and  Josephine streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers inblnnkcts, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners'sundries.  A.  KOOTKNAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernou   street,  Nelson,   ���wholesale  grocers.  Trn-J political party fad is on the  increase. Tho Columbian of New  Westminster has issued a call for  an emergency convention of electors to be held iu New Westminster  on Friday. Tho Columbian's idea  is to form a peoples-party in the  seel ion covered by the Vancouver  ancl New Westminster districts,  which shall be strong enough to  constitute the balance of power in  the next legislature. It looks like  a scheme to'head off the introduction of federal party lines along the  lower Fraser.  The Tribune has not favored  party Hues in provincial politics,  for the reason that national political questions seldom ,,have more  to do with the management of the  business affairs of a province than  they have with the business affairs  of a municipality. The coming  election in this" province should be  fought on issues that are provincial, and the main issue is to elect  men who are not mere agents or  attorneys of this or that corporation or moneyed interest. Why  should the firm of R. Dunsmuir &  Sons be represented-iu the legislature by a dozen members ? Why  should the Canadian Pacific have  half a dozen of its retained attorneys on the floor of the house?  Elect as members of the legislature  men who are known" to have no  affiliation with the Dunsmuirs and  the Canadian- Pacific, and the  chances are that the province will  have good.government without its  members being required to ' declare  their opinions on either politics or  religion."   " Messenger Boy and Governor.  It ia stated that Joseph Martin  recognized the .likelihood of immediate trouble for tho lieutenant-governor on the occasion of prorogation, directly the vote of censure on  the premier designate was proposed.-    This occurred directly after  Mr. Prentice began to propose his  vote   of   censure.     This   must   be  stopped  at once,  said, to himself,  the third member for Vancouver.  So calling a page boy, he bade him  "go out and tell the lieutenant-governor from me that it will bo well  for him to come in at once."    Off  went the boy, and regardless, ladlike, of gubernatorial dignity, lushed  up to  his honor,  saying,  "Joe  Martiirsaj's you'd better"come in at"  once."      The    lieutenant-governor,  already    considerably    perturbed,  thought nothing of the unintended  lack of regard for his official dignity, and replied, "Alhright; tell him'  I'm coming."    Meanwhile, however,  the storm broke.  fOHN CHOLDITCII & CO.-Front street, Nel-  "    son, whole-'alo grocers.   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS PRODUCE COMPANY���Vernon  street, Nelson,1 wholesalo dealers in provisions, produce and fruits. Agents for Swift &  Co. bacon and hams.   T Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corncr Vornon and  " ��� Josephino streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers  in provisions, cured meats, butter and eggs.  FR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in provisions, produce land  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co 'h  hnonn. hams, lord and othor products.   TV/TANITOBA PRODUCE AND COMMISSION  ���"���*��� CO..LU1. ��� Nelson branch, Hall street.  Whole��alo dealers in butter. eggB and cheese....  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streots,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  in sash and doors; all-duds of factory work made  to order.        ' ���  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting. stumping, and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and eleotrie  blasting apparatus.   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streots, Nolson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands nf cigars.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  T_T BYERS & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine  ���*-��������� streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in.hard-  waro and mining supplios. Agentsfor Giant  Powder Co. ���         ���  T AWRENCE HARDWARE ICOMPANY-  ���LJ Baker St., Nelson, wholosalo dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   VANCOUVER HARDWARE' COMPANY,  LIMITED-Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplios, plum-  bers and tinsmiths' supplies.   COAL.  GROWS  NEST PASS  COAL COMPANY.-'  Wholesalo dealers in coal and coke. Charl��s  St. Barbe. Agent. Baker street. Nelson.   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  TEETZEL & CO.���Cornor Baker "and  Josephine streets, Nolson, wholesalo dealers in   assayers  supplies.   Agents ;for Donver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Coloi ado.  w.n,  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Josephine streets, Nolson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee aud Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary. "  COMMISSION  HJ. EVANS & CO.  ���   wholesale    dealers  MERCHANTS.  Baker streot, Nelson,  liquors,    cigars.  cement, (Ire brick and fire clay, water' pipe"anc_.  steol rails, and general commission merchants.  PAINTS   AND   OILS.  ���VTELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  ** Street���Wholetale dealers in paints, oils,  and brushes of all kinds. Largest stock''in  Kootenay.'      *     P.  Tnro  sawmill  man  Ludgate,  for  whom Joseph Martin made the fight  over the Deadman's Island site, is  now   in disfavor   with   organized  labor.    Failing to secure the Vancouver site, Ludgate went to Seattle  aud iu  the course of his building  operations lias had an open rupture  with the bricklayers' union.    This  will no doubt have a bad effect up-  Martin's camimign   in   Vancouver.  Tho    workingmen   of    Vancouver  were behind Martin almost to a man  in his fight for Ludgate.    Had nothing occurred to change matters  Did Not Live in .Vancouver.  A letter received from Ottawa  tells something about Thomas, the  man of the Royal Canadians, who  was'killed in South Africa, ffe, it  appears, was on his way to Vancouver from England, and stayed off a  couple of days in Ottawa to take in  the sights. He called on the C.P.R.  ticket agent and made arrangements about having a berth on the  sleeper engaged for him for the following day. That.afternoon came  the call for men. Thomas cancelled  his berth ticket, and made arrangements with the company, that upon  his return his railroad ticket would  be still good to bring him to this  city. He was an Englishman and  intended to go to the Klondike.  Trench Skirmishing.  O.sPONTEiN,    March   ll.~ General  French yesterday  evening   met a  body of Boers trekking  northwest  and sent a squadron  last night to  keep  in  touch   with   them.    This  morning the troops  were followed  by about K>0 Boers, who advanced  around the hill, but who retired precipitately when the British shelled  them.    The Boers then  opened a  heavy firo with Maxims and also  began  firing from  a kopje in the  centre of the position with a long  range 15-pounder.    The Boer trek-  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker  Mroefc,    NeUon*  wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  'Cold storage.   "   '     TENTS   AND   AWNINGS?  ���KTELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY^  *'���    Baker attcet, Nelson.   Manufacturer of all  kinds of   tents,  awnings, and   canvas  goods..  P. Q. Box li>.   Thco. MacKon. proprietor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED- Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, ���wholesale dealers In wines (case and bulk)"  and domestic andimported cigars. ^  JERATED AND MINERAL WATERS~  rriHQRPE & 'CO., LIMITED.-Corncr Vernon  ���*��� and- Cedar streets, Nelson, liianufactmors  of and wholesiledealers in osrated watcrR aiid  fruit syrups. Sole agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone 00.   FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���-Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and Now VVcst-  minster.   ARCHITECTS ~  EWART & CAURIE-Architects.   Rooms 7  and 8 Aberdeen blnofc. Baker street, Nelcon.  ENGINEERS.  OHAIU.LS-PARKIcn���Mining  gincur.   West Raker si real,  .ind milling en-  Nelson.  TRADES   UNIONS.  NELSON if IN ERS' UNION NO. 911. XV. V. of  M.���Meets in miners' union icoins, northeast coi tier Victoria and Kootenay stt eels', every  Satuiday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting mem-  hers welcome.  Jambs Wilkes, Sec'y.    Ciias. A. McKay, Pros.  Tins regularmceliiiRSof theCiriiciiteis' Union  aie held on Wednesday o\ening of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in tho Mino.V Union hall corner Victoria and Koolen'iy hticots.  It. liOWViON  President.  JAMES POLLING. Secretary.  UF  4______>?___________!-__________.!*^-' SL^.tii_sJ2^L_\_\___\ ��� ** '0** ' *? '0**''?-1&.-'/^. '**��?:-'fOf- ' *^' �� ^B. ��_59���� ^��v . ^!_��. ~<w\ *_2_&'L__l___!_! ______2i*__^______ t___i_Sv*___S^  y>< W, '��� >��v -5^ >Mt ���dr*"'^ *S^> ^ *^^�� ^ *^ ' ^K * W ^ *'&*��� ^* '00 '00' 00 ' 0*' 00 ' 0*' 0* ' 0*' 0*' 0*" 0*  *^00f-.00' 00 '00-fi*ri  iti  iti  iff  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ili  iii  Hi  Hi  SEND  FOR  SAMPLES  ^���*9.**��a :**9:**-3 #'  *  w  m  _����  %  Ladies'  Mackintoshes  Latest Styles  333333333333  ft  m  m  m  m  w  m  Il  iff  iti  i  iti  iff  iti  iff  iff  iti  iti  iti  iff  iti  iti  iti  iti  v*/  vi/  iff  #  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iff  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  We have opened this week a large shipment of import goods direct  from English manufacturers, therefore we are able to sell  goods much cheaper than buying from eastern houses  INCLUDING  Prints, Zephyrs, Ginghams, Victoria and  Bishop Lawn, India Linen and Muslin.  Dimities Mercerised Lawns in all colors  and shades.  White and colored Piques, white and colored Ducks w?md Galates.  Embroidery at old prices; a fact that is  due to an early import order before the advance.  We have Hamburgs, Nainsooks, Swisses,  Cambrics in edging and insertion.  White Valencienne Lace> and insertion.  Table Linen and Napkins, Towels and  Towling, Bed Spreds, white and mercerised"  bleached Sheeting 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4.  Circular Pillow Cotton;" 40 to 46 inch.  SMrt Waists and Wrappers  JUST IN  We have opened up and are marking the  largest stock of Wash Shirt Waists and  Wrappers ever received in Nelson.   Right in   ^|y  \ti  iff  iff  iff  iti  iff  iti  iff  iti  iff  iff  iff  style and right in price.  Black ��� arid Navy Serge $3 to $12.50.  Black Brillanteen, plain and fancy, $2.50.  to $9.  Beady-made Skirts  Ask to see our new Silk Underskirts from  $5 to $20.  Two more pieces of all wool Sheppard's  plaid dress goods, _44 inches wide.  NEW GOODS ABRIVING   DAILY  IK  m  ^9333333333333^  Fred Irvine & Go.  Xvf     \e��-s-M-*s��-*��-^  &  '  '0* ' 00 '��� 00' 00 ��� 00' fi* ' 00' fi* ' 00' 00 ' fi*' 00 ' 0* '0* -0* "00 'fi*  Ladies' '  and Children's  Cashmere ffase  Xti  Hi  Hi  \H  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ��333333333333  Tho  ,   Latest  Neckwear  %  Hi  Hi  U>  Hi  Hi  Hi  Ht  Hi  Hi  ^fetfrf*frC<r*e��*l?  ft  !/ v  iff  iff  iff  iff  iff  iff  iff  iff  iff  iti  iff  iti  iti  iti  iff  iti  iti  iti  iff  iti  iti  iti  ___. jj^��  00.0*.00.0* .0*. 0* .0*. 0* ���^���^'^���^���^'^���^'!it'fry'  The Latest Wall Papers  BORDERS AND MOULDINGS  T.iADKS-AND L.VUOU POLWCII  lur meeting-, or tlio N'ulson Tiailonml I.  I'll 0 icpil-  Counuil will bo held in !lio miners' union lin)lL  coi nor of Victoria und Kootcnny t.troclf, on llio  tir-l   ai'd   Uiitd  TlnirstUiy  of c.ieii niouLh,  at  7.:J0 p. m.  ti..!. 'I'iiokit.. Pios.        J, II. Ma'iiii.so.s'rScc'y.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. N'O. 23, A. V. & A. M.  Mcota second Wednosda,., In oacb raotitli.  Sojourning brethren invited.,  TTNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nolson Lodge, No,  ���t*- 25, Knights ot rythios, meets in I. O. O. V.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay htreets. every  Tuofadny ovening^ at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knighta  cordially lnvitua to attend.  H. G.JOY K. ofB. &S.    J^e<w Aiu)^corr,_o._c.  NELSON h. O. h.. No. lena, meets in I. O. O. P~  Hnll. corner Baker and Kootuimy street?,  1st and 3rd J-Yidajr  of ea^h month.   Vkiting  brolhwii cordially invited.  U. ItomxBQ.v. W.M. XV. Cit.vwi'Oitn. Hcc.-Sec.  NELSON MU1K, Number 22, fraternal Order  of Easlcs moots every second and fouith  Wednesday inc<ich month  in Fraternity Hall.  Viflttlne; brethren welcome.  XV. <_;o5_.\i;i,r_, Pre��-idont.  CiiAiti.i s Pnossi.it, Scciofary  M'Jl open her  Kin clorgnrtcn and  inini.u} school in  TflU ^NG-LltiH  CHURCH hchool  room on the 2nd of J.inuary, 1!)00. For t orms and  all pa:ticulaisai.pl} lo MISS PALMKIl,  At rcsidunco uf iMi-'. J. It. Robertson, Baker  Street West.  Wc aie now openinfr up the LirKOst stock of  ^.ill pnpcit-, bordersand inoiildiii^overrcceiveil  in Nolson. We pin chased direct from the Monti ail impoitcib, .md h.ive therefoio the latest dc-  sif,'iisnnd closest prices. SpociaH_uot.il ions to tho  tnulc. _���       J. Bradley & Go.  I'AIMKKS AND  mX'OKA'l01IS  Corner Vi< toria and Joseplune SI reels Nelson.  Palace IVJeat l^arl^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats.   -  SMOKE  " ROYAC SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE.  CIGARS  A feiiture will be made of tho poultry and  panic trade. Thoy will always be on hand ��Iur-_  nig their season.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  Hi') Josephine St., between Baker and Vornon.    ,  Telephone 13'J.  I^ootenay Cigar fflfg8 Co.  NUT-SOS., HBITI85I EOLS/MIJIA  FTDr^SHOROFf.  BLACKSMITHIWG  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  miss miner  king,   iu   consequence   ot general [ \>. o. Box 559.  A. R. BARR0W,_A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootonay Streets,  TELEPHONE NO, 85  The undersigned have mutually afjrecd (hat on  .md .ifter tnc 1st <i.iy of March, 1900, the following shall be the rates for mi!k in the Cily of  Nelson.  Wholesale , .    ,40 cents per gallon  Itetail ,     12J con ts per quart  FRASER & HRO-OTCRICK,  JtcLIiOD & MASON,  1). Jf. DOBBINS.  Ii.ited at Nelson, 11. V��� February 27th, 1899.  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  arm_-c!����8 vineolwright.   ,  Special attention given to all kinds of repalr-  irg and onstom work from outnide points.  Shop:   Hall St., bctwocn Baker and Vernon  elson   Wine   Go.  CHOICE WINES km  NOTICE   TO   VOTERS.  (Joii'-ervativcs and al! favorable to the Conscr-  uiiiic o,iu-.ij are muted to rej;is,tor their iiaiiies  upon the \oleis list. ItCKHtrntion can take  place al any lime, the qualification? being British hiihjects, 21 ju.iib uf ape, siv months' rosi-  ilcncc in the province and two months,' residence  in iho ridinj'. The sumo voters'list is used for  bofh Dominion and Provincial elections.  The following \ull bo pleased to draw applications at llieirotlleo-, for intendingf \otors:  John Klliot,.). 11. Hou-t;s, W. A. Macdoiuild, R.  Al, .Macdonald, It. W. jrnnnington. and  K JI. BRYDGKS,  fSeeroinr} Cunscrtativu Aisociatioii,  Special attention given to family trade  T$5��yX&f      FHAHK A, TAMBLYN  Nelson, B. C. MANAGER  W. Starmer Sir\\th & 0ba  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Streofe Opposite Opera Honse  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  The Nelson  Saw and Planing  Mills, Limited.  Are prepared" to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Sbiplap, Stepping*, Door  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles,  Work, Banel-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  fer&nda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  an id Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  Rhododendrons, Roses, Fancy Evergreens,  Mntfnola-v Bulbs, uewcrop Lawn Grass Seed for  piesent or spring planting'. Largest und most  complete itoek in Western Canada. Call and  make } our selections or send for catalogue. Address ut nursery grounds, and iri eenhouso.  M. J. HKNltV.  3006 Westminster Road, Vancouver, 1). C.  Office find Mjils corner Hull and Front .greets, Ktlscn THE TRIBOTE:  NELSON B.C, TUESDAY, MARCH 6, 1900  1ANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6.000,000  Lord Strathrona and Mount Royal ...Prcsidcn  lion. George A. Druimuoiid Vicc-Prcsiden  V.. S. C'louston G eneral Manage  NKLSON BRANCH  Northwest Corner Baker and Stanley Streets  Branches in London- (England) Nkw York,  CiiiCACiO, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  liny and  Transfers.  Grant   Commercial   and   Travelers'  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Kto,  sell Sterling  Exchange- and Cable  Credits,  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts, and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S,,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Savings Bank Branch  CUltniCNT UATK OV INTEREST PAID.  TUPPER'S   NEW   POSITION  Party Differences Must Be Sunk.  Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper addressed the .Conservatives of Vancouver on Saturday evening, when  lie urged them,  as strongly as he  could, to sink all party differences  and unite with all who would unite  with them to overthrow the Martiu-  Melnnes   syndicate.       Coming    as  they  do  when  the  air is'  full  of  speculation, sir Hibbert's views upon  the   situation   are   interesting.  Dealing   Avith   the   reasons  which  moved him to change his opinion,  as  to the  introduction  of federal  party lines  in  provincial politics,  sir Hibbert said :  ���It was an open secret that matters  political in British Columbia had  been in a chaotic condition for some  time past. The party system had  been and was, on principle, the only  reasonable ouo. The government  had been carried ou too much by  parties working forthoir individual  selves, and caring nothing for political principles. There was an opportunity given for ambitious and  bold men who had no principles to  fight for.  When Mr. Martin had fallen between the two stools, so to speak,  ho did not see the least possible  chance. There was no use beating  about the bush��� he and the lieutcn?  /nil-governor had seen au opportunity to snatch on their own individual caprice and tlieir own  whims, the.powei' of-control of  British Columbia, even though they  could not hope to hold^ it with, the  support of the majority of the electors. *  There  was,   conteuded   the  speaker, every opportunity for this  scheme to succeed, and at the same  time not be in accordance with the  will of the people of British Columbia. There would be tho uncertainty of a three-cornered fight, the  snatching of a verdict on account  of the division of the two stronger*  forces.  Then sir Hibbert went into a discussion of what had been done towards party lines, and how he had  all along worked with that end in  view.     But  anyone  would   admit  with  him, that all  the  efforts at  thorough organization of the party,  with the union of all the factions,  had not been altogether a success.  Everyone  knew  that, while there  had been a band true to absolute  Conservatism, there were scores of  men who had never submitted to  the decisions of the Liberal-Conservative. Union.     It   went., without  saying   that   the party., was , not  united in British Columbia today.  But the Liberals, who had seen the  reasonableness, of party lines, had  not been able to weld all the sections of their party.   There were all'  these factions in the field and the  consequent confusion gave a bold,  determined man an opportunity to  obtain power.    The party as divided would not draw many Liberals  into its ranks on the day of election,  and tliey could easily see the play,  of Mr. Martin in bringing as many  Liberals as possible into his cabinet.  The speaker thought that the crisis  was so great and the condition of  affairs so serious that it was just  one of the possibilities for political  gamesters to gain power.    His suggestion was this, and they should  take it for what it was worth���that  while they should not abate one jot  from the efforts to make the organization complete, aud to have the  Conservative  party stronger than  ever, and to impress on the people  the needs of organization and so on,  they should go into the provincial  fight ready to make common cause  with the various parties in the one  great, aim   to    oust   from   power  Messrs. Mclnues and Martin.  The   gauntlet had been  thrown  down by Mr.  Mclnnes,... the,, insult  that was dared to be offered to the  people  had been  resented, and  it  should be made absolutely impossible for him to continue .'.to. .occupy  the position that he at the .present  time disgraced:    Suppose Mr. Wilson, for instance, who was sitting  oh the platform was called .upon to  forma cabinet.   Did they suppose  that this would relieve the situa-.  tion,  for what stability  could bo  placed in the best of governments,  when people knew   that this man  was over them ?   If Mr. Wilson was  able to show the lieutenant-governor that he had two-thirds of tho  house at his back, he might, dismiss  him.   There was no use in trying  to deal with a man who was in the  habit of doing this sort of thing.  He had turned Mr. Turner out because he had not a .majority of the  house, and he had turned put Mr.  Semlin's government when, it had  an enormous   majority.   Stability  could never be obtained and as long  as this condition of affairs   were  maintained, they would, still be in  the same, chaotic condition of affairs.     They   could not afford.to  have the madcap played any. longer.  They should strike at: the. root of  this Avhole great.scandal, which was  at the: top. of the   whole, affair,  rather than perpetuate this.   They  should make common cause with,  the Liberals and others..whd. would  elect men to go to parliament to get-  rid of that kind   of'" government.  All -party, schemes paled:,into Jn-  significauce, in  tiielight  of this  supreme head to their, difficulties.  Ridicule and .con tempt were, heaped .on us���and rightly .so���by. .the  .otheri..!proYinces,_..qf the. Dominion,!  and it would be so as long as we  were so craven, as to stand in the  position we were now in. .'.yiA.il members elected might take the position  not to serve under the present lieutenant-governor, and to defeat the  man or party who took office under  him, and that would result probably in the dismissal of the lieutenant-governor.      If  men    were   so  wedded to their idols as not to come  to a compromise, then .they must  make the best fight that they could.  But he considered, in looking over  the field, that it was too great a  risk to run  the fight  on straight  party liues, when he thought of the  men who had a certain advantage,  "by   being   able  to. make   certain  moves on the boai-d ; and therefore  he thought they should fight with  Liberals, with followers of Mr. Garter-Cotton,   Mi'.' Semlin   aud   Mr.  Turner"; fight against any govern  ment or any man who would take  office under the present lieutenant-  governor.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  A. R. SHEflWOOD  real Estate  insurance and  general agent  First door west  of Bank of British'  Columbia building.  Baker Street  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL?BROKER  P. 0. Box 523. _ Phonos: Offlco 117, House 162  '     -                         FOR SALE  4-room.houso and 3 lots   81500  1 lot Baker street 1-200  , 150-foot cbrricr on Robson street    JKKt  2 lots on Carbonate street    cjo  FOR RENT  5-rooni house, modern conveniences .25  .LOANS AND INSURANCE  Call and see mo if you'wish to sell buy or rent.  REAL ESTATE  AND  -��� INSURANCE/  A  Bargain���House nnd   two   lots, on lower.  Josephino and Carbonate -streets, for sale, S1G0O  COAL!     COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $6.15  Hard Coal  Anthracite  S9.65J g-r'sNest  DELIVERED  TELEPHONE  33  C. W. West & Co.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The best value for the inonoy in tho maiket  'for all purposes. _  terms cash      W. P. TiKitXEV, Gonoial Agent  Telephone 147.    Office with C. I). J. Christie.,  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  P. Burns & Co.  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO $1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEENS HO��  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  first-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men;  RATES $2 PER DAY  R/jrs. E. C. ClarKe, Prop.  LATE OF THE ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY  This popular hotel, w Inch is now being  enlarged and renovated, will be rooponcd  on March 1st, when it will have 40 large,  nicely furnished and well lighted rooms, *  heated with hot air. Special attention  will be given to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  C. A. PROSSER,  MANAGER  IVjadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  The only hotel In Nelson that has remained  under one management Bince 1800.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by the best domestic and imported liquors 'and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Yinir, Sandon, Silverton, Now  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher CoT  ALL KINDS OF-  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL '  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��#   ��   TRAVES,   Manager   ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION. -  Headquarters for Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  Special quotations given for carload lots  A. B. GRAY, V. O. bov 521. Nelson, B. C.  Kootenay Agent   -  B. P. BITHET & GO., Ltd., Vii  W. F. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. MoPHBB  Kooterjay Electric Supply & Construction Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Blectrlo Equipment* for Blectrlo Power Transmission and Lighting for  'Mines, Towns Blectrlo Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Btc.  P. O. Box* 606. ~ Josephine Street,' Nelson. B. O.  A Big* Schooner  OF BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF'  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  The best glass of beer to be had in Nelson is at  THE CLUB HOTEL  SHR'SfeE4 E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  SAWMILL.FOB   SALS.  The sawmill and plant lately owned by Joseph  T. Roberts, at Rykcrt's Landing, and consisting  of a SOhoise power boiler, engine, Griffith &  Wedge top-rig sawmill, edgcr, planer, belting,  etc., etc., will be sold whoro they now stand.  Apply to '    - *  TAYLOR & HANNINGTON, Solicitor*.  TENDERS   WANTED.  Tenders are requested for the purchase of a  t]U<nitity of mining supplies, toolband piovisions,  which aie now stored at the Birdseve mine on  .Morning mountain. - Apply at tho cilice of It. C.  Campbell-Johnston, M.K., on Victoria street, opposite the Phair hotel. _,  B. C. HOTEL   erie, b. c.  First-class in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for transient  and resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  R. REISTERER & GO*  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery at Nelson  TN THE MATTER OF AN APPLICATION  J- KOR A DUPLICATE OP A CERTIFICATE  OF TITLE to lots eleven (11) and twelve (12),  block twenty-seven (27), City of Ncl&on, B. C.  Notice to htroby given that it is my intention  at tho expiration of one month fiom (lie  publication hereof, to iv_ue a duplicate of the,  Certificate of Titlo to the above lands i-stted to  George A. B. Hall, on the 20th daj of Ductrmber,  18'JS, und numbered 3533 K.  P. Y. "WOOTON.  Hcgi-<tiar General.  Land Registry Ollice, "Victoria, U. C, lOtli Feb- '  uiury, 1900. ������  tbe Wanager and Staff of  tin fiudson's Bay Company  Mr  t��$S-S-.*fre-efrC��<        ***********$  \il  ��&��&&*C&fr����frCfMr��frfrff&&f-��frfre*fefc  * HUDSON'S BAY !  COMPANY.  frfrf fr ������� ��*fr ��������(�� ^&g ��������������** S-Srt**  m  m  m  m  ��_  ^5**************2************  INCORPORATED 1670.  ***��&����*��&        43-3-3 33*3**3*  -ft  m  f  m  *�� *************** ****** ******  etyoiti  In their Hew Building  2 to 6.30 p. m.f C  Musk  title fs tea THE TRIBUNE:  NELSOJST, B. C, TUESDAY MARCH 6, 1900  JUST RECEIVED  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  pushes  BATH   TOOTH    NAIL   HAIR  Biker Street, Nelson  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  People's Society had charge of the  evening service.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  Clothing    Clothing  Now is the time to get a bargain in Clothing as wo are  giving a liberal discount on  these goods for the next few  days in order to make room  for spring goods Avhich are arriving daily  0  The Nelson Clothing House  217 219 Baker Street  rg^~ ^. ��� "��� *r-St--�������� <?������ ��?��� ^Sr.   .    .^i^Si'r'-^'-^-tfi-*-*-*-*"'*?^  | ESTABLISHED  IJT NELSON IN   1890  \w^ I am here my friends to let you know I am all right.  W Kimberly and Ladysmith have been relieved  and I am still  \f/ in Nelson with a  year of prosperity ahead   of   me.    Every-  \ti thing is  pointing  this way, and I  am  here with my up-to-  Hl date line of goods ready to compete with eastern prices.   I  iti am   recieving   goods  every  day   direct  from  the   factories,  \ti which are for   sale, and   I   am   prepared   to   guarantee the  \ti quality.    Come and  examine  our stock;   no trouble to show  ';   \ti goods.   I have 1000   kinds   to suit you all.   Jewelry of   all  \ti kinds, also   precious stones, sterling   silver   in all  the latest  Hf designs and patterns.    Bradley  k Hubbard's  up-to-date art  iti goods.    Karn, the leading piano of Canada.    Come early and  iti we will serve you accordingly.   Don't forget the place.  Hi We only employ the   most expert watchmakers and  iti jewelers.   All work is guaranteed.   Mail orders will  receive  our prompt attention.  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  X  ^v  JACOB DOVER, THE JEWELER  NKLSON, B. O.  &  \W  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Mr ,  jg Shirt Waists ..  4& "We have just opened out a very attractive stock  fH embracing all the new styles in Wash Fabrics at  I| 75c, $1, $1.25, $1.50, $2, arid $2.50  S '        Sateen Waists at $1.25, $1.50, and  $2  H Dress Skirts ..  *jg in  Black  Lustres, Serges.and   Crepons from $3  ��J 'to $10  | Underskirts...  HI -         As the manufacturers sent us more than we order-.,  #& ed we offer special values from $1 up.  g* New   Ginghams,   Dimities,   White   and   Colored  ��gl Piques and Ducks  "Headquarters for Railroad Men's Supplies  Heavy Shoes, Overalls, Jumpers, Underwear, Gloves   MittsrandhBIanlcets :  ELLIOT 151.00 K  BAKER STREET  A. FERLAND & CO.  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  PORTLAND CEMENT  FIRE BRICK  FIRE CI  Used in Kootenay  NELSON, B. C.  DON'T PAY TWO PRICE;  FOR   YOUR   CLOTHING.  It will pay von to ovimii.e nij sfor-k of new goods, fining (/T-fcrcoiil? nnd hpr'ng swiff. S]  bargains in footwear. Complete lines of Junius MeC'itMdj tc C��r'i and I he -Amo, Jfoklcn &  boots and bhowt.  Spcri.a  " Co.'iJ  224-428 Baker Street, _ielso_  THE0   MADS0N  CITY LOCAL NEWS  The C. 1'. It. magnates Thomas  Tait, "William White and It. Marpole came down the Columbia yesterday and are spending the day at  Rossland. Their private car "Earns-  eliffe" met them at Robson. Superintendent Troup joins the party  today and will return with them  tomorrow. It is probable the officials will spend at least a portion of  Thursday in Nelson.  Freeman & Curtis have placed in  position the handsome oak pxilpit  ordered of them by Mrs. It. Day for  presentation to St. Saviour's  church, and are now engaged in  giving it the finishing touches. The  pidpit will be a ..very great addition  to the interior of the building. It  will probably be unveiled'on Easter  Sunday.  II. J. Evans k Co. yesterday received one car of Portland cement,  and one car of sewer pipe for use in  house connections.  William Whyte, general manager  of Canadian Pacific lines west of  Winnipeg, is now on his annual trip  of inspection. lie says he is not  losing any sleep over Joseph Martin's programme of building a competing line of railway from Kootenay to tho Coast.  Magistrate Ciease gave judgment  yesterday in a couple of small debts  court actions. In the case of Nelson Hardware Company A'S. W. C.  Smith, a verdict for plaintiff without costs was entered. P. E. Wilson represented plaintiff. In Mc-  Phee vs. Kootenay Laundry Company a verdict was also given in  favor of plaintiff.  Ed Chesley, who conducts a passenger train daily between Rossland  and Greenwood, was in Nelson the  other day hunting up old landmarks. He says that the completion of the tunnel at Bull Dog  mountain saves anliour iu time and  much hard work to trainmen.  Rival bus drivers had a lively  scrap on the city wharf over incoming passengers the other day,  and the case was ventilated in the  provincial police court yesterday,  stipendiary magistrate Crease presiding. John Mullholland appeared,  as defendant and B. J. Royal as  complainant. The parties" testified  after which defendant asked for a  stay of proceedings until he could  could secure the attendance of further witnesses. Magistrate Crease  remanded the matter until today.  W. H. Bullock-Webster has received a letter from S. A. Kelly of  O. squadron Strathcona horse, in  which Kelly states that the Nelson  boys are all doing well. He is acting squadron orderly sergeant and  has also been officiating as drill instructor.   A half interest iu the Little Joe-  mineral claim on Beaver creek lias  been sold by Katherine McEvoy of  Erie to J. It. Ilnnnex of the same  place for $500. The transfer was  recorded yesterday.  In connection with the difficulties  which have confronted the Noon-  day-Curlcy Mines, Limited, it is  stated that an effort is being made  to secure an arrangement whereby-  work can be continued, the liens  being filed so that tho employees  will be safely within the thirty  day limit. The propcity is very  promising, but the slump in stocks  generally prevented the company  from placing any of the treasury  stock when funds were needed.  The company controlled only one-  quarter of the property, the balance being under bond, and the  owner protected himself by placing  the legal notice at the mouth of  the tunnel.  C. D. Jarvis resumes his duties  at the provincial jail today after a  couple of weeks leave spent at "Vancouver aud the Halcyon hot springs.  J. E. C. Traves has recorded the  transfer of the Mamie and Blanche  claims on the north side of Porcupine creek, to Phil J. Dieringer.  It. W. Craig of Erie has transferred  the Careless claim on Craig mountain, north fork of Salmon river, to  Thomas Kane alfao of Erie.  . At the Hume.���W. DaA'idson,  Rossland; D. W. Moore, Trail; G. C.  Stannard, Hamilton; W. R. ltose-  brugh, Toronto; L. Kennedy, Gait;  13. Goldstone, Windsor; G. Rude  and wife, Spokane; H. It. Johnston,  Itosebery.  At tiik Phair.���W. J. Twiss,  Kaslo; J. D. Porter, Spokane; E. F.  Burns, Balfour; W. G. McKen/.ie,  Vancouver; H. F. McLean, Nelson;  H. It, Kirkpatrick, Rossland; J. \V.  Williams, Australia; J. D. Young,  Vancouver; II. It. Lipmaii, San  Francisco; R. IT. Johnson, Victoria;  D. J. Brown, Greenwood; T. Bennett;  Kaslo; A. M. Thomas, Spokane; IT.  L. Kimball, Spokane; L. Smith,  Spokane; J. Cronin, Spokane.  At the Grand Central���Robert  Richards, E. Russ, Ymir; W. AV.  Kiffen, Cranbrook; J. Hull, P.  Thomas, Rossland; F. Philbert,  T. L. Tait, Vancouver; H. E. Tathain,  Miss Tatham, Mrs. W. Southam,  Magog, P. Q.; E. Hyde, London,  Eng.  At the Tremont.��� D. Martin,  W. Beetou, J. Spencer, F. Landeu,  M. Carral, Newcastle, N. B.; D. J.  McDonald, Trail; C. B. Rover, Victoria; J. McPhail, C. Coinstock, City.  At the WaVer-ley.���T. Keefer,  Silver King; G. Prentice, Slocan  City. :  At the Queens.���F. Dick, Slocan City; J. C. Straub, Spokane; J.  Frie and wife, Spokane; W. H. McKay, Robson; J. Sherwood, Grand  Forks; A. P. Bland, City.  At the Madden.���J. Martinelli,  city; C. McAdam, city.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  To Let���House, garden and hennery, suitable for a chicken ranch. Apnlj T. H.  Kobcrt-s, Victoria street, oppohilc postofiioe.  Wanted���to buy for cash, second  hand furniture en bloc.   Apply T. H. Robci fs,  Victoria bticct, opposite po__c ollice.  From today the rink will be open  to the  public from 3 to 0 p.m., and from 8 to  10.30 p.m.  To Let���Six-roomed house with  bath. Apply at second hand store opposite post-  office.  Brown & Co.  2C0 BAKER STREET  "WW*!  Stoves   Stoves  We have the finest line of COAL HEATERS ever displayed in the district. We are sole agents for the famous COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATER  Our claims for this heater is that It Fs adapted to any kind of coal.  CROW'S NEST, LETHBRIDGE, or ANTHRACITE, burning all kinds  equally well. Not requiring the attention of an ordinary coal heater.  Economical, durable and simple in construction. See our Steel Ranges  for hard and soft coal or wood.  H. BYERS & CO.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  REMOVAL SALE  We have moved into tho Hall block, and Mill  bo pleased to meet all our customers ,ind fneu d<.  Wo coidiallj invite you to give us a,call. You  Mill (hid our goods marked atqiiicksellinj,' price*.  This stock mclndoR Ready-to-v_ car Clothing,  I'm nishings Hats and Clips, Booh and Shors.  2fi'_ Baker Street,  Hall block  BROWN & CO.  Disinfectants  Chloride of Lime.  Carbolic Acid.  Bi-chloride of Mercury.  Copperas.  Permangnate of Potash.  Sulphur and Brimstone  for fumigating.  We have all   the  above (with  directions for using)  at  reasonable prices. ,  . .  Carbolic Acid in large bottles,  60 cents.         Canada Drug & Book Co.  Railroad Supplies  ���       ���       a       ���  Get our prices on  Wheelbarrows, Picks, Shovels, Camp Outfits, Drill Steel  Iron and Steel, Drill Hammers, Sledge Hammers  Axes, Saws, and  Bellows  We Offer the Best Values in Kootenay.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  NKLSON  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and roast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IF WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN' STOCK  WI3 M'lLI. M-UCK IT .FOR YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  CUT PRICES IS THE  ORDER OF THE DAY  -And T watit to be in it. I havo just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $50,000 stock to chooso from made to  your order at prices never before hoard of in Nelson. All tho latest fads in Fancy Vcstings for  Fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest prices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B. C���  Coffee roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound $  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, 1 pounds  1 00  Santos-Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, S pounds................ 1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds..'  1 00  A trial Order solicited. Salesroom 2 doors east  of Oddfellows block. West Baker street.  J. A. Sayward  IIALT. AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock of first-class dry material on (  hand, also a full line of sash, doors, mouldings, j  turned work, etc.  Hf  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  185   BAKER   STREET  Fresh  Eggs  are  always to  at  be  had  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON'S  Groceries  Crockery  and  P. O. Box K. & W.  Telephone 10  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  ���i9^^.^_7S^V^S^S-09-7STS ��". Sf. C. 5. ��� ST. (B?. ��r: 8?.' AT ���*?��� ��f ��� ��*  SOAP  SOAP  A PEER AMONG OTHERS  Gilt Edge  IS ITS NAME  TliKSo.ip, taking weight, nimlifj and cost info consideiatlon, v.ll be found (lie best AM the'  cheapest in the in.ukot. It will nolwn>.h good�� without some rubbing, but the finest of ��oo<K  nhclhur woolon 01 cotton, can be piopci'lj-cleaned \nthout injury and with le^. labor th.in nilli  most so called fiimilj so.ips. Von can umj it in the bath or to ^ash tlio baby, al it^ ingredient-, aie of  the purest und bc)ti[ualit j.   J'or-Kile at.  The Western Mercantile Company, Limited.  FANCY ANDfeTAFLBOROCEItlES     r '' B-dKKR STREET, NELSON  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.  Aboaidingand day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. It is situated at  the corner of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  the best rei.idenii.il portions of Nelson, nnd is  easily accessible from all parts of the city.  Tho com&c of Study includes the fundamental  and hijrher bi .inches of thorough English education: Business course���bookkeeping, fatenog-  laphy and typewriting. Science couiic-music;  vocal and in* trunionUil, drawing, etc. Plain art  and needlework, etc.  For tej mband particulars apply to the Sister  Superior.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard i Foot) of Hendryx street, Nelson'  Telephone. 91    Jofjn   1^8,   AgGfit  Boss, tee & Taylor   Ii_UvF,U STREET, XELSONT   (George 1". Motion'> old .stand)  TENDERS  FOR - REAL  WANTED  ESTATE.  Tondcis will be lecoiral by the mule;signed  until 12 o'clock noon on Mommy, Apni '2nd, HUM  Tin the following described ical cst.it o in Nelson.  Loth" and Sand Lots Hand 1'J in Block 10, together with tho in.pro\omenta thcicon, consist-  ingof the Silver King hotel and n one-story i csi-  chsneo.  Terms cash, The highest or any tender not  nocci-su ily i.ecopied.  CAROLINE THELIN,  Administratrix clateof .lolih Johnson,deceased.  Nf Ihon, B. C, Match and, WOO.  Flour, Feed, &pain? Bay  AND PRODUCE     ,  Gar Lots a Specialty  Hoi Hoi It WjcArthur's  Elegant Sideboards  Superb Cheffoniers  Petite Dressing Tables  In the Famous Golden Oak  Concspoudenco .Solii'ited  Phone 20  RAILROAD OUTFIT  Such as \\"hcol Scraucrs, Picks, Shovels, ITam-  mois. Stool. Wagons, Laigc Kange, Tents-, etc.  Call at Old Cunosity .Shop, Josephine street.  NOTICE.  Notice is hcicby gn en that I intend to apply at  the (n��\t meeting of tlio Board of Licence coni-  nuisioiiois for the City of Nelson, hold after the  expiration ofthulydajs from the dale heieof,  foi a transfer of the saloon license now held by  mo, dated Iho lath day of Januniy, 1900, foi the  GluoPot saloon, situate on tho west half of lot i  block '2, Nelson, Ji. C, to John Lindblad of Nelson. B. ti.  Dated this 3rd. rt.iv of March, l.'oK).  WitiieH,:   Jf. il. Wauu. XV. A. WARD.  WlFlif  Just Heeeived a Carload of Hig'h-elass Goods  ELECTRICITY  Electrical Repairing, Electrical Supplies,  Electrical  Contracts   (Mines,   Steamersf   Dwelling  Houses, Etc.)   Try us for work and prices  NELSON HARDWARE CO.  When You Want the  BEST CANNED GOODS ON THE MARKET  TELEPHONE 161.  Boulters Tomatoes and Marrowfat  Peas, Standard Brand Sweet Corn  p. o. BOX 17C.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Blue Ribbon Tea Always on ITand.  Krosh Kggs Received _D..ily  John ^, Irviqg & Go.  Vernon Street, Nelson.  Tiie supply committee of the Baptist church has extended an invitation by wire to Rev. JI. II. JIall  of Porttigc la Prairie. On Sunday  tiie morning service was taken by  . Mrs. M. L. Il&ttray, principal of fche  j business college, and   the  Young  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby ffh'oa that I intend to apply at  the n<'\t meeting: of the Hoard of License com  nusslonets loi Ihc City of Xelson, held after the  expiration of tlinlyd.ijs from the date heieof,  fora linnsfrf ot the saloon license now heldb>  mo, dated the lith daj of January, 19U0, for tho  JiodcKci fcaloon, situate on tho cast half of lot 9  block 1, Nelson, B. C, tc W.G. Itobinson of Nelson, li. C.  Dated this 7th day ���� February, 1900.  Wituoss: H.K.MAOUWH,    jfc i��. SMITH.  Piano Tuning  L. S. OTIS, Resident Piano Tuner  Leave oidcis at  Dover's, l'-iinton"-,  Thomsons St.itlonciy Co,  NELSON, B. G.  Fine Tailoring  CLEANING  AND  HBPAIRING  By 5 our residence is where wo  1 me  to  be found  to attend to  your giocorj trade.  Wc have just received-ft shipment, of oxtia tine ihuoied Ceylon and India Tea, Also  fcomo fresh loafted Mocha and Java Coil'ee. These goods wo can lecommend to any  one wanting something choice.   Oive Ufa a tiial.   V.'e know wc can please jou.  Josephino and Silica Streets,  opposite Methodist Church  PATTOlSr & ENMAN  re  erchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPRING SUITINGS  WKST BAKER STREET* NKLSON OPPOSITE SILVER KINO HOTKT  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHliS MADJJ GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel, MERCHAIW TAILOR 1  TO YOUR LOT LINK  WE DO IT     SEE US  Free Water Connections  STRACHAN BRO  GAS FITTING OUB SPECIALTY  PLUMBINCt OF ALL KINDS  Victoria Street, opposite I'ostoiKcc.

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