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 DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  unz  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  TRAMWAY COMPANY AGAIN  Would Supply Power.  The leading feature of last night's  council  meeting  was the resurrection  of the  Tramway   Company's  application  to   dispose of   electric  power iu  Nelson,  and the  council  eventually decided to submit a bylaw to the people empowering  the  company to sell power through the  city.    Those present included mayor  Houston   and  aldermen   Morrison,  Wilson, Arthur and Hall.  -   A petition signed by a number of  citizens and business men was read  praying that tho city council  submit a bylaw to  secure the amendment   of   the tramway; con^any's  charter to permit  of them  selling  electric power in the city.    Some 00  names were affixed to the  petition.  ,r The petition was supported  by a  deputation representing   the   company and  including captain Duncan,  1<\  W.  Peters and  M.   Carey.  Manager Fred Burnett of  the  gas  company   happened, to   be in   the  council chamber  at the. moment as  was also Thoburn Alleu, accountant  of the P. Burns Company.  After mayor  Houston  had  read  the petition he remarked that this  matter should be dealt with once  and for  all.    It -was manifestly a  .persistent'effort-on  the part  of a  company   which    had. received   a  charter from the city to carry on a  certain business to secure leave  to  go into  another   line  of   business  which would bring them  into competition with the city.    .-Municipal  ownership was either a good  tiling  dr it was not.  If (Lb   city  had   undertaken  to  supply 'power tc was in just as good  shape to  dp so  as the  Tramway  Company was, and if the members  of the board were wise they Avould  lay the subject on the table and  allow it to remain there until their  tirm of office expired.  Aldermen Arthur and Hall moved that a bylaw be submitted to  the ratepayers providing that the  council be empowered, to take 100  electrical horsepower from the  " Tiamway Compauy. The resolution was carried, the mayor dissenting.  F. W. Peters asked if ho might  say a woid, but permission was i-e-  fufced on the ground that the subject was closed.  Seveial citizens applied for a  sidewalk on tho east side of Cedar  street^ between Latimer and Mill  streets. Tho communication was  referred to the public works committee.  A suggestion was made that some  work should be done at the corner  of Robson and   Kootenay   streets  where tile road is almost impassible  t for teams, and the city engineer  was authorized to have an estimate  made of the amount   of material  juecesftary to put the road iu shape.  The mayor reported that the re ���  taiuing wall at the corner of Silica  and Ward streets was complete as  far as the appropriation allowed,  and suggested that it be continued  to make a good job of the business.  - On_motion���of aldermen "Arthur  and Wilson it was resolved that the  city engineer should prepare  plans  and advertise for tenders to bo in  by Monday next for tho completion  of the  work.     The   specifications  will call for the construction of 100  yards more or less of wall.  The subject of a retaining wall at  the corner of Victoria and Stanley ]  streets  was  brought np, and  this  was included iu the previous resolution.  ftlayor Houston brought up the  matter   o\   opening   the   alley   in  block 1 j, and ou resolution the city  engineer was authori^cl to prepare  'the plans.  The council resolved to lay the  iloors and hang the doors in the extension to the city firo hall.  II. B. Whalley wrote calling the  (attention of the council to the bad  crossing opposite the car barn on  th& Hall Mines road.   The city engineer reported that the company  would do the  work,   aiul   tt w;;s  agreed that it this was not carried  out the work would be parried out  by the city, and the cost thereof  subtracted  from  certain  company  funds now in the hands of the city.  The lire limits by-law was finally  read and referred  to  nest meeting  pf council for passage.  fi On a motion of aldermen Arthur  and HfcU, 1 endcrs will  bo called for | baufc"  the erection uf electric light poles  oi�� /Silica street and for an  extension io  the eastern limits of the  city.  "���   Mayor Houston reported in  had not proved practical and the  work had been discontinued.   It remained for the council to say what  should   be   done.   Alderman   Hall  and  Morrison .moved   that Front  street be planked under the supervision of the city engineer for three  blocks,   from    near   Josephine   to  Cedar streets and on Hall street  from the tramway track to the C.  P. R. track.    This was carried.  The special committee appointed  to confer with the directors of the  Kootenay Lake General hospital  submitted a report, recommending  that tho city make a grant of $1500  in a lump sum on the condition  that no further charge should be  made for city charity patients during the present year. On motion of  aldermen Hall and Wilson the report was adopted. -  The finance committee recommended'the payment of a budget  of accounts aggregating $2784.77.  The mayor brought up  several  accounts incurred during the smallpox trouble; which the finance committee had preferred to lay before  the council.    These  were:   D. McArthur &. Co., furniture for isolation  hospital,  $52.50 ; J. A. Gilker,  $52.50, clothing etc.; Nelson  Transfer Compauy, $47.50, $15.00 only of  which comes under the special heading; Kirkpatrick & Wilson, $52.60 ;  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills, Limited,   $290.55 for   hospital building.  All these were passed  with the exception of a portion of J. A. Gilker's  account -which   was    for 'overalls  I furnished passengers on the steamer  Moyie and which the city declines  to pay, believing that this  expense  should  be borne  by the province,  Aldermen Arthur and Hall moved  that the matter of the accounts incurred for smallpox, isolation and  prevention purposes be taken up  with the government at once.  Hume addition citizens petitioned  for an extension of the water mains  past the easterly limit of the city,  offering to pay the regular city  charges. Aldermen Arthur and  Wilson moved that the request be  granted, which was carried.  A statement of account from sir  'Charles Hibbert Tupper. for $500  counsel fee,' in the case of Traves vs.  'city of Nelson was presented and  |- tho city clerk was instructed to  offer sir Charles $250 in jiayaient of  his account.  NELSON:  TUESDAY MOENJNG, MARCH  NO   POLITICS  FOR  13  1900.         THEM  Board of Trade Meeting.  The board of trade yesterday de-  BLOEMFONTEIN IS OCCUPIED j JOKER IS A VERY RICH MIN  PRICE FIVE  CENTS.  BAD ACCIDENT ON TUG, yiWIR  Safety Valve Broke.  A most unfortunate accident occurred yesterday afternoon aboard  the tug Ymir at Kootenay Landing  when R. L. Brown, chief engineer,  and Hedley St. .Clair, second engineers were terribly scalded by  escaping steam.  The engineers were engaged in  overhauling   the boiler when  the  safety valve brokq, the steam rushing out and enveloping them from  head  to foot.    Both were frightfully burned, Brown's injuries being  particularly   severe owing to  the  I fact that he inhaled the hot steam.,  " The cre\vof the Ymir did all in  their power to alleviate the sufferings   of the scalded men.     They  were   taken   aboard   the   steamer  Nelson which immediately headed  for "Nelson a t full speed.   A telegraphic message was forwarded to  the local ofijcials who sent out the  steamer Moyie \yith Dr. Rose, house  physician at tho general hospital,  clined to allow itself to be made  the tool of the Mine Owners' Association and filed the political resolutions of the Kaslo and associated  boards of trade. Before proceeding  with the business of the evening,  T. S. MacPherson and T. R. Arch-  bold were elected members of the  board without ballot.  The following lesolution was  then passed: That by reason of  the district having become more  thickly settled, and other boards of  trade having been incorporated in  the district, the council be empowered to apply to the secretary of  state to have the name of this  board changed to the Nelson board  of trade.  The report of the auditor, J. J.  Campbell, certifying that the accounts of the board for last year as  read at the annual meeting were  correct, was read.  The president reported on behalf  of the telephone committee that he  had succeeded in obtaining a reduction of rates, as already published in this paper.  The resignation of J. R. Robertson  as member of the council was accepted, and G. Frank,Beer elected  in his place.  Copies of resolutions passed by  the Rossland board of trade opposing any increase in  taxes on the  mining, industry, and   asking for  the rescinding of a recent ruling relating to the obtaining of certificates of   improvement   were read  and filed.    The same fate met the  resolutions of the associated boards  of trade and a   letter   from   the  Kaslo board of trade asking the en-  dorsation of their petition on the  eight-hour question.  In response to a letter from W.  A. Macdonald, the secretary was instructed to approach the telephone  company on the question of having  telephone connection with the Slocan and Kasl8, thereby bringing the  retailers there in closer connection  with Nelson wholesalers.  The meeting was well attended,  those present including  the president,  G. V. Holt, secretary Swannell, P. Lamont, W. R. McLean, J.  T. C. Crofts, F. Fletcher, T. G. Proctor, J. M. Lay, G. F. Beer, J. Ban-  nennan,  W.   H.   Dowsing,  W.   P.  Tierney, A. Ferland, C. Hillyer,  F.  Gibbs, A. H. Kelly, A.  G,  Gamble,  n. Byers and II. J, Evans.  By General Preach.  LONDON, March 13.���9:55a.m.  ���The war office has received a  dispatch from  lord : Roberts an-  nunclng    that    general    French  Bloemfontein last even-  occupied two. hills close  reached  ing, and  to the railway station..  ANOTHER TRAMWAY SCHEME  BOERS  ACAIN  OUTWITTED  To Best the Corporation.  At the meeting Of tho city coun  cil last evening "the following petition was presented, iii-;-which the  council was asked to submit a bylaw to the ratepayers, so amending  the tramway company's \charter as  to permit the company to compete  with the municipality in the sale of  electricity for lighting purposes:  The petition of the undersigned,  ratepayers and residents of the  city of Nelson, humbly sheweth :  1. That with the rapid growth of  the city it is becoming impossible to  supply the ever increasing demands  of the citizens for light "and power  on account of the uncertain amount  of water power obtainable.  2.   That your petitioners arc informed   that   the Nelsons-Electric  Tramway Company,   Limited, are  in   a position  to  sell   power aud  light to the city and to the citizens,  and which would bo of groat convenience at the "present time., as a  number of parties are  desirous of  obtaining, electric power,  but are  prevented   for   the   reason   after-  mentioned.  3. That bylaw number 42, of the  city of Nelson as passed by the city  council and approved of by the  electors of the city, contains certain restrictions which prevent the  said tramway company fi om selling  power or light that they may have  at their disposal.   ,  i. That an amendment to such  bylaw number 42, with such proper  restrictions as may be deemed ad-  -" "'T" would bo in the interests of  Details of the Work.  J. P. Miller, late foreman at the  Joker mine owned by the Excelsior  Gold Mines of British  Columbia  is  registered at the Hotel Hume.    Mr.  Miller has  with him a plan  of the  work done on  the property under  his supervision and describes in  a  most interesting  manner the  brilliant prospects ahead of Camp Mansfield.  "The property " said Mr. Miller to-  The Tribune yesterday, "includes  three ..claims,    the    Joker,   Mona  Fraction  aud  Derby.     The  upper  portion of the Joker, as shown  on  this sketch, has beeii tunnelled for  GO feet.    The tunnel runs.in on the  vein matter throughout and was  completed     in   November.       The  largest" paystreak  is   IS inches in  width and assays as ��� high as $90  from side to side.   The  balance of  the vein is concentrating gold  and  silver   ore.   We   describe   this   as  tunnel No. 1."  " Tunnel No. 2 is only projected,  but a crosscut has been made at the  -mouth, and .exposes a vein of the  whole width of the projected  tunnel.  "Tunnel No. 3 is now being driven  on the ledge and has already been  driven   240   feet   from   the   shaft  which is sunk at the boundary line  between the Joker and the Tread-  well, the latter being the property  of Rene Laudi.    No. 3 is running in  ore and has been for 120 feet, the  entire tunnel being  in vein matter.  A crosscut has-been  driven  from  wall to wall,  33 feet,  showing excellent   concentrating   ore   and , a  paystreak of high grade gold and  galena ores assaying from, $30  to  $115 per ton. The paystreak is now  four feet wide and evidences a tendency to widen as the tunnel  progresses.  "An upraise is being made, ISO  feet from the mouth, 35 feet of  whiehis completed, leaving 70 feet  necessary to reach tho surface.  The ^upraise is iu yein.xnatter, but  its "com so is away  from  the  C I was made comfortable in the main  ���* ' building which has not yet been  used up to the present time. Nurse  Fahey accompanied Miss Hearle and  and will nurse her through the  disease.  Nurse Hearle vaccinated all the  passengers    aboard    the    steamer  Moyie and on the boat on various  occasions, but the clothing that she  wore on these has not been returned, and in view of the fact that the  period of incubation in smallpox is  ordinarily 12   to 14 days it is not  thought she could have contracted  the disease on tho Moyie as her last  visit there was 20 days ago.   The  theory is advanced that she contracted :.. the -disease    from   some  infected person who came to the  office to be vaccinated.  At an early hour on Monday the  parties   residing   in   the   Victoria  block moved out and the work of  fumigating   was    commenced,   beginning with Dr.   LaBau's office?.  The doors and windows were caulked,: holes bjred in the doors and  rubber    hose    attached    through  which the fumigating vapors  were  pumped   by the small "generating  machines.   During the day 35,000  cubic feet of gas was forced into  the rooms, the result of which will  be a thorough disinfection.  WITH STRATHCONA'S HORSE  HOSPITAL ANNUAL MEETING  pay  flt;if01 th0gmitel" part of the    ���w more than absorbed last  The Secretary's Report.  The annual general meeting of  the Kootenay Lake General Hospital will be held in the court house  this evening, when  the yearly reports will be presented and new directors will be elected.    The substance of Dr. Rose, the house surgeon's report has already been published in The Tpuivse, and   appended will be found the report of  the secretary, F. W. Swannell.    In  view of the fact that the directors  are anxious  that ���the city should  take overhand operate the hospital  as a municipal concern, it is  interesting to note that Mr. Swannell's  report shows a* substantial profit on  the operating account, though this  visable  the citizens  Therefore  your petitioners pray  that the city couucil may be pleased  to introduce   and   submit  Farms Deserted.  London,   March  13.���The  Daily  ..   ���.......,  to   the  electors for their approval a bylaw  amending bylaw number 42 of the  city of Nelson in so far as the same  prevents the Nelson Electric Tramway Company, Limited, from selling power and light in the city, and  allowing such  sale of power and  News has the  following dispatch.,. ._   ���  ,.���.._  C1>I1U  dated Monday evening, March 21th.      g, .  to bo made hY the companv.  left  aboard, to meet the Nelson. The  steamers met at Seven-mile point,  where Brown and St. Clair were  transferred to the Moyie, brought  to Nelson aud taken to the general  hospital.  At midnight Tiik Tuiijune was  informed that Brown was sleeping  quietly after suffering agony for  several hoprs find that St. Clair was  getting along nicely.  from   Venter's   Vieit:   "We  Aasvodel kop this morning preceded  by cavalry and marched here, a distance of about fifteen miles,   The  army  has   been    following   Kaal  Spruit and we are now rather to  the   feouth   of    Bloemfontein   and  only about���twelve miles- off.   All  the divisions  have now joined tho  main advance. Lord Roberts' headquarters are at Gregowski's farm.  You will remember that the reform  prisoners were tried before judge  Gregowski.  "By advancing along Kaal Spruit  lord Roberts has again outwitted  the Boers, who had entrenched  themselves along the Modder thinking that our route would be in that  direction,    We found most of the  farms along our line of march deserted, with white flags flying over  the  houses.     All   the   belongings  worth   removal   had    been   taken  away and there were evident signs  that the occupants had loft in a  hurry, things being littered about.  The commander-in-chief has given  strict orders that nothing  is "to  be  touched.   It |3 not expected that he  will meet with great opposition in  entering Bloemfontein."  subject to such restrictions  as the  city council may deem advisable to  insert in such bylaw in order that  the interests of the city and the  citizens   will   be   fully  protected.  And your petitioners as in duty  bound will ever pray.   N.  T.  Mae-  leod^nanagetipiLtije Hudson-Bay  Compauy, the Wallace Miller Compauy, Limited, per 0. A. Miller, A.  II. Buchanan, W. J.  Goepel,  H.  J. ,  Evans, F. Burns & Co., E. E. Phair, j  A. Ferland, G. Kydd, II. R. Cameron,  John Choidilch'& Co., II,  E.  Mac-  donell, Edward Ferguson, Thoburn  Allan, Grange V. Holt, John Fraser,  Vancouver    Hardware   Company,  Limited, per R. S. Jvinghoru, D. Mo-  Arthui k Co.., Western Memsncilo  Company, Limited,  Pherson,"  Lillie  yer T.  E.  Mc-  war  from  "We  Soon at Bloemfontein.  London, March 12.���The  office issues the following  Aasvodel kop : March 12.-  wero unopposed during the march  yesterday. General Gatacre reports ho was within a mile of  Befchulic bridge yesterday. The  bridge was partly destroyed and  thp Gucniy is holding the opposite  Brothers)   Jacob  Dover, II. Byers <fc Co., per II. Byere-,  W. F. Teeteel, W. W. Beer, J. Y,  Griffin   k Co.,  Robert Robertson,  manager, J. Hamilton, ���A. Macdonald & Co., Kootenay Supply  Company, Limited, per G. E. C. Martin,  Turner Beeton & Co., Percy Criddle,  manager, II. D. Hume, T. G. Pi oeler,  Alartin O'Reilly k Co., J. A. Irving  &'Co., W. J. Caldwell, W. G. Robinson, A. H. Clements, It. S. Lennie,  Robert R. Hedley, F. W. Peters, J.  W. Troup, West Kootenay Brick k  Lime Company, Limited, 2jer T. G.   . Procter, W. II. Dowsing, Thomas at.  Eagle and Centte  Star j Ward, Canada Drug k Book Company, Limited, per  distance.  '���The force of men in, the mine  numbers thirteen- and satisfactory  progress has been made. A short  distance from the shaft, a winze is  being sunk to show the richness of  the ore and test whether or not the  paystrealc maintains its width. The  result of this has been to demonstrate that tho paystreak becomes  bettor and richer with every foot  of depth.  "No. 3 tunnel exposes an immense  body of ore,   the  exact extent of  which is difficult to estimate, but in  a few months the* work will  have  reached   the   limit of   the   Joker  where it  will  then  have  a  depth  of   200  feet.       The   lead   i?as&es  t through   the   Mona Fraction  and  Dei by, so that it is possible to estimate the exceeding richness of the '  property.  "The cost of the work to date has  been_as follows:-InTtuhnel $13  per  foot,  in  upraise  $15   per  foot,  in  shaft $27 per foot.   This can be reduced   by   running    through    the  Tread well property, and thus avoid  hoisting, raising and  pumping1, the  rc-ult being a leduction in  tunnelling  to at  least  ��10   per  foot.    I  understand that the'company has  secured the necessary permission to  run through the Tieadwcll but has  not as yet taken advantage  of  the  piivilcgo.  "On entering the tunnel tho left  wall is clean, .smooth rock, while  that ou tlio light is white quarto  and talc. There aie three buildings  on tho propel ty, a .shaft house,  hoarding house and bunk house."  Mr. Miller will remain in the city  for a few clays.  is    as  ��� ���.. ^w^owj. ^cn Atiau year  | by the extraordinary expenditures  ' due to the building additions made  to the hospital. ,  Mr.   Swannell's     report  follows:  OrEltA.TI.NC. AtCOV/KT.  Income ���  Vox collection1.. ... ...."���  .... ��   28 G5  C.iiiii(li.in a Pacific     Kail way  Company.. .  1812 10  Piuvinci.il jjoieminent grunt 'iln'i o0  .Annual subsouptions.   .   . 110 00  Monthly sn!,-3Ci:ption8 ..     , I 00  Sonii-ainni.il subscriptions     . 40 00  C'iLj gr.ijif           240 On  Ymli  mines      XV. C. HUCoch. .  341 ��5  j.5 ai  C'n<ili on hand JIaich Ut, 1899..  Total   Expenses -  Brut,s   .Meat   l.)iy goods          ...  Jvtiindiy. *   ��ie.id    Krcl   jMniiitcn>iii(,c   .   .   .  Giocencs        ...  jtfilk   lai    -   | .   ,.      .....  ij(A'ioiiuryiutdad\crti!>ingr  ��� Hill.1T.lCS .   .  IllMllilIK'C.      .    .     .  -S7U0 97  713 34  .$8154 JI  Sliipll!;), ..      ,  la'ii.niM.  $ 411 75  *   i'10 77  U :>i  .    417 94  61 00  :<% m  472 St  HI 08  334 00  20 75  U 20   2051 87  M 00  ��� 55872 01  S228i 30  Letter From a Trooper.  An interesting letter has been received from a member of Strathcona's Horse which goes  to show  that, although the personnel of the  force i3 excellent, its efficiency may  be impaired for the want of competent officers.    The writer served  for sevei"al-years in the cavalry of  the   imperial   army    and   knows  whereof he speaks.    His letter is in.'  part as follows :  "Our   uniform   consists  of   rifle',  green jackets, white collars, brown  boots, Stetson cowboy hats, cavalry  cloaks,   khaki,  Avlien we get into  warmer    climates.      The    underclothing.and small kit are generally  good   and'plentiful.     The   cloaks  first issued, and the hats are to bo  condemned. The grub is poor, meat  three times a day,  tough and  nothing else.   No pay has been issued  'iip to date.  "The    officers,   considering   the  nature of the work to be done and  the large percentage  of men  who  know absolutely nothing of military  life and duties, ought' to know all   <  their duties thoroughly, both drill  and   interior   economy,   but   such  are    conspicuous     by   their    aDj��� -  sence.        Our     squadron      leader  major   Laurie,   better   known    as  "Puffing Billy," is a decent sort, but  quite ignorant of his duty.    All details of regimental life are based on  police customs, which, however good  in   themselves,   were   framed    for  smaller numbers and  a  fixed post,  aud  are  quite   inadequate  to  our  numbers and  green  hands.    However, apart from  these  criticisms,'  the men have  learned  squad  drill  wonderfully well, and, so far as iny  experience goes, if the  orders  are  issued clearly in proper style, they  are only too anxious  to learn aud  fit themselves.  ' "The people of Ottawa are treating us in splendid style. Each night  there are concerts, dances and suppers, to which all are welcome.'- On  Friday last 300 of us went toKideau  'Hall, Minto's residence, and'were  entertained in great style. There  were theatricals and supper afterwards.  "The weather has been truly  awful, t with snow and wind, the  thermometer from 10 to 30 degrees  below zero. I doubt if there is one  man in the regiment free from cold  and cough. '      +  "I have little more to add. Hirseh  and Daly are colonel's orderlies and   '  Wragge and Ager are in the  termaster's stoic,   li. II. Lee  instructor and will be a  qnar-  is  an  sergeant."   ACCOl-.M.  I'eroipt- -  Cash an hnwl March litl8'M.$   fl'f 00  hi. Andrew's Soi icty       . IHC  CoriiMi.ttion of Oily of Xelsoii    *��ifi 00  Ksiii'liy stiksciii>tions        ,      I.OIS Id  POLITICAL   POINTEES.  Thomas G. Procter of Procter's'  Landing saySf wjfc]i emphasis, that  lie id not a candidate for a nomination from the Mine Owners" Combine, or any other political faction,  and that under no circumstances  %vould heaceept a_noi��ilmtion if_  one was tendered him, and "Tom"  is a man of his word.  KNixwuHliirc���.  'J ��>}<!& UunlliiDr .   8i,"Vj oo  l��inT<.'iicoJruii��,iiu  Coinp.inj       ..    ,,  Kw.irt & OiUiii;..    .  1'iinell   U.P   II.. frolfcht on  iH'.tiir,(,'jil,un  .   -  WUKumcr     )!,tr,l-  wnipC-'o , ftii ue't.  ^   Jiiiiik  uf   .Monticuf  lUidCsl  %2.'\22 W  .17.1 78  27 00  am r*j  ���� 5tt$.i, iV{ m  .    .s.u��.} m  Xi r defh'tt  Sossland Mines on Contract.  Rossland,   March   12.���The  Le  re  At the present rate of progress  lord Roberts should reach Bloemfontein on the 11th. Humors of tho  relief of Mafeking continue  circulate,       but      without  Sard to tho  work on  Fiont street j Urination.        There  tiw-t the scheme for laying gravel I from    Natal    or  to  eon-  is   no    news  Cape    folony.  Roi,  War  mines, which for a time have been  completely shut down for machinery repairs and   construction,  are  now  ready to resunip   operations.  They have decided to use the contract system iu future,  paying  by  tho quantity of work done instead  of by the day.    The men  were informed todtiy of the new arrangement.    Contracts will be let from  day to day until thp mines are iu  full operation.    The miners have so  far refused to take contracts and  did s*o today, pending consideration  of the matter in a meeting of the  union.  P. Lamont, Gilbert,    Stanley,    Onslow    Newlingr  Brydges, Fishor k Co., P. J. ����&sell,  li. J. Hamilton, If. G. Neeh\nd% A  II. Kelly, W. L>. Tiernpy, Lawrence  Haul ware Company, peril. G. Goodeve, G. W. Steele, Thomson Stationery Company, per Thomas Moiley,  G. II. 11. Symonds M.D., John Ay ton  Gibson, Kirkpatrick  k Wilson,  J  Roderick Robertson, T, J. Duncan  EGOND CASE OF SMALLPOX  A Nurse This Tune.  Another   case   of   smallpox   has  been   discovered   in  the   city, the  patient in this instance being'nurse  ITcarle, who ha*> been   in charge of  iBan's   oflieer    for    ^evernl  J. Laing Stocks, J. J. Campbell, K.  Nelson Fell, John Toye, Theo Mad-  fiou, A. Lapointe, Melville Parry, A.  It. Sherwood, If. F. McLean, W. A.  Thurman.  Dr.   I  months  Miss Hoaile ha*- been ill for  several clay^ ii nd on Saturday was  unable to leave her-room. Nurse  Fahey of Winnipeg, was. nursing  her and at a laic hour on Saturday  night the telltale rash made its appearance. Dr. LaBau was immediately notified and on examination he ^confirmed muso Fahcy's  suspicions. A carriage was "secured  and about midnight the sufferer  wa& driven to tho isolation hospital  on the JIall Mines road, where she  $.1,0'U li!)  $   7oi .P)  Strathcona's Horse Feted.  Monthkaj.,    March   12.���Eighty  thousand people lined the route of  the  parade  of Strathcona's Horse  today.        The     regiment     passed  through here en route from Ottawa  for Halifax.    Their stay  in Montreal   lasted six   hours.     The city  turned itself loose on the plainsmen  from the Canadian northwest.    The  line of parade was three miles long,  and   every inch  was occupied by  cheering citizen*.    A luncheon  was  tendered the regiment at the Wind-  -sor,  after   which   the  trains  were  again  boar^eJ, 1 aving for Halifax  at i) o'clock.  Four men have arrogated to themselves the right to say what tiie  Conservatives of Neison shall do iu  the coming provincial election. One  of the four is a lawyer; the otiit  three are father and sons, at  ent engaged iu running  paper in   the  interest of  mine managers  who   ���...^  .  they are the only people who .should  be considered when tho legislature  is^session.  It has been suggested thatArchio  Johnson be asked to make the race  in the Liberal interest���if party  lines are to be adopted. "Archie"  is a stalwart in his parly, and would  suiprise even himself.  u*r  pres-  a  news-  tho  f��>w  imagine  that  Will Sail on Monterey.  Ottawa, March 12. The 100  Canadians who are lo replace tho  members of the lirt,t contingent  killed and wounded iu South Afi ica,  leave Halifax on the Klder-Deinp-  ster liner Monterey along with  Sfcrathcon*'s Horse.  The rank aud file of tho Conservative party in Nelson would to a  maus fight for party if party issued  were at stake; but they cannot be  made believe that it is wise to follow the lead of the men who are  clamoring for party lines in Kootenay, for they know that thoy arc  not, in any respect, representative  Conservatives, 'either in point of  ability or iu party fealty.  "Bob" Green of Kaslo is a Conservative who has fought for the party  in every contest that the party lias  made since he became of age. But  ho is not a good enough Consct va-  tivo for the men who have taken  upon themselves the unenviable  work of doing the bidding of the  Slocan mine managcis who are aching to act the roie that has been  played so long by the Dunsiunirs iu  this province. T,  THE TEIBUNE: NELSON B. C TUESDAY, MARCH 13 1900  t  Three Crack-a-jacks  Worth Seeing  No. 1���Ladies' Tailor Made Suits, all the newest  styles and materials, special values at $io, 12.50,  15.00,   15.50,  20.00,  22.50,  25.00 and 30.00.  No.  No.  M  2���Ladies' Print "Wrappers, newest patterns,  and specials at $r.25,   1.50, 1.75, 2.00, 2.25, ancl 2.50.  3���Ladies' Blouses, nobby designs in Prints,  Muslins and Piques, specials at 75c, $1.00, 1.25  1.50,  2.00,  2.50, and 3.00.  Silk Blouses, special values at $3.50, 4.00, 5.00, 5.50  8.00, 10.00, 15.00, 20.00, 22.50, ancl 25.00.  Every G-arrnent Guaranteed Perfect Fitting.  ���:/!  artin  Go,  Houston Block, Baker Street.  ii  1'  The people   may   have   an   opportunity to-stamp with their disapproval  the persistent efforts of  P. Burns k Co. to compete with the  city in selling electric  light.     This  linn has practically a monopoly of  .the fresh  meat business in Nelson.  In order to carry on their business  of selling meat by retail without  interruption, the fire limits bylaw,  one of the best the city has had,  was tinkered with, and the result  has been a loss to the city of over  $2000,  directly and   indirectly,  in  law costs.   Not satisfied with this  the firm  now wants an admitted  paying  utility to  come   in  direct  competition with a private corpora-  igij  tion in order that they (P. Burns &  Co.)   may   be    enabled   to   secure  electric power to run a cold storage  plant that needs power for a few  months in the year.   The firm of P.  Burns & Co. arc just a trifle hoggish  in their demands, and  it  is about  time that   the   people   should  let  them know that they will not be  allowed to feed with all four feet in  the trough.  The members   of the board of-  trade took the proper course last  evening in filing the several  political communications which came before thorns There is no surer way  to destroy the usefulness of a body  such as a  board  of trade  than to  keep'political questions  upon^ tho  order paper. * Among   tiie matters  shelved by the board at its meeting  last evening was a communication  from Rossland, iu wliich the Nelson  board   was   requested   to   protest  against any increased taxation up-,  on the mining industry.   This is a  rather important matter for a public body to dispose of off hand; but  it   frequently   happens   that  just  such questions are disposed of by a  show of hands.   Most people are  opposed to taxes of all kinds.    It is  therefore not difficult to  secure a  majority vote in a public  meeting  against any' suggested  increase in  taxation, and the result is that a  deliberative,body is often committed to a verdict without any consideration of the facts.    The matter  of the taxation of the mines will  doubtless receive attention at the  next session of the legislature.   It  was held by the late government  that the revenue received from the  mining industry was not such as  as the provincial treasury was fairly entitled to.   It will be no  easy  task to determine just what the  taxation should be, but it is a matter which properly falls within the  sphere of the legislature, and until  it has  been  thoroughly   threshed  out, business men who comprise the  membership of boards of trade can  hardly be exj>ected to give the matter such attention as would justify  them in saying whether the present  tax should in justice be increased  or not.  The petition which was presented  to the ^city council   last evening,  asking for the submission of a bylaw to amend the- tramway company's charter so that it can. compete with the corporation in  electric lighting, shows what a private  corporation can accomplish  when  its officers are persistent.   Whether  they intended it or not, the men  who signed the petition thereby expressed themselves as in  favor of  the city taking the tramway company into partnership in the lighting business. Already some of those  whose names appear upon tho petition profess that "they had no such  intention, but the fact remains that  they lent themselves to the tramway company's game. The petition, while not formidable, shows  how easy it is to secure signatures  for anything, especially when the  body of the petition is never read.  It is in existcuce merely because it  was to the interest of certain persons to create it. The great majority of the people signed it merely  because they were asked to.  S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  IF YOU WANT A  Good   .  Servicable  Neat  Stylish  ft.00 . 00 .fie0 . ,  ��?-��*-^ -2*-iS* -&*'"*"*  Xlf  iti  iff  iti  iff  We have opened this week a large shipment of import goods direct  from English manufacturers, therefore we are able to sell ^v  goods much cheaper than buying from eastern houses JJJ  Xlf  iti  iff  ress  INCLUDING  iff  and  Take  a  look through  our store  before buying.  We can Save you Worry and Money  iti  iti  xti  Xlf  iti  ' *  Prints, Zephyrs,   G-inghams,   Victoria  Bishop Lawn, India Linen and Muslin.  Dimities Mercerised Lawns in. all colors  and shades.  White and colored Piques, white and colored Ducks and 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 Valeneienne Lace and insertion.  Table Linen and Nankins, Towels and  Towling, Bed Spreds, white and mercerised  bleached Sheeting 8-4, 9-4 and 10-4. ���  Circular Pillow Cotton, 40 to 46 inch.  Shirt Waists and Wrappers  JUST IN ...  We have opened up and are marking the Iff  largest  stock  of Wash  Shirt Waists  and Xtf  Wrappers ever received in Nelson.   Right in viv  style and right in price. "Jf  Black and Navy Serge $3 to $12.50. W  Black Brillanteen, plain and fancy, $2.50 <i'_  to $9. w  Ready-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.  iti  iti  iti  Hudson's Bay Stores  Palace IVjeat fV|ar^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  A feature will he made oi tho poultry nnd  game tiade. Thoy will ithvajs be on hand during- Iheu' season.  J. L. PORTEJ?, Prop.  169 Josephino St., between Baker and Vernon.  Telephone 13fl.  MEW G0<m& MMMTVTt^B  DAILY  iti  4\'  1��  '(��  <5i  Ladies'  and Children's  Casfinjere IJose  Xti  ^C&S-J^ -JS-J2b 'Ja-Jft -J5��-J2^ 'JS&'JSt ���JS*'^ -JSi v2& ^5S 'J^ t^S  0*' 00 ' fi*' 00 ' 0*' 00 '00' fi* ' fi*' 00 '00' 00 - 00' 00' ' fi* '00 *00  99999i^  The  Latest  Neckwear  ���w  iti  iti  iti  f****e*t*st-*s*&-  iti  xti  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The best value for the money iu the jnaiket  for all purposes.  tkkms cask     XV. P. TiKiiN'EY, General Agent  Telephone 117.    Office -with C. IX J. Christie.  HOME   LAUNDRY  Vornon street, east of JfcBride's -stable  MISS HULE, Manager  All kinds ot laundry work at exceptionally-  low pi ices.  Unstarched pieces, 25 cents to .V cents a dozen  Chloride of Lime.  Carbolic Acid.  Bi-ch!orid,e of Mercury. .  Copperas.  Permangnafe of Potash.  Sulphur and Brimstone  for fumigating.  We have ail the above (with  directions for using) at .reasonable prices.  - ^Carbolic Acid in large bottles,  60 cents.  ��0  m  m  m  t 0 t  ��  �� 9  -ffl  of the  Canada Drug & Book Co.  NELSON  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  .NELSON, B. 0.  A boa: ding and day school conducted by tho  Snleis of St. Joseph of Pence. It is situated .tt  the corner ot Mill and JoLophinp sheets in one Of  the best lesirtontial pot duns of Nelson, and is  easily accessible from all pai ts of the city.  Thocomscof study includes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English education: lousiness course���bookkeeping, stenography and I j pew ntmg. Science eoui.-,e���music;  vocal and instrumental, diawing, etc. Plrin ait  ai'd nccdlewoilc, etc.  For tonusand particulars apply to tho Sister  Superior. ,  liss Palmer  The Most Wall Papers  BORDERS AND MOULDINGS  ^  in the Madden Block, Ward Street  LARGEST   STOCK   OF, CONFECTIONS   EVER  RECEIVED   IN    NELSON.  \W  to  #  Ganong's "G B," with 40 Different Fillings  Lowney Chocolates, from Boston    Gray's Chocolates, from Glasgow  Callard & Bowser's Chocolates, from London  E A, Cravens Celebrated Bottled Candy  also a full line of fl��me=Me Candy  SEE OUR STOCK BEFORE PURCHASING ELSEWHERE  m  m  %  #  M  ~W"c are now opening up tho largest stock of  wall 'papeis. hoidersaml niouldingfovci'icccircd  in NcHon. He pin chased direut from the Mon^  ti e.il importers-, and iun e therefoi o the latest designs and closes' puces'. Special quotations to the  ti'iidc.    J. Bradley & Go,  I'AIVl'EKS AND IJCCOKWOKS  Corner Victoi ia and Josephine Streets, Nelson,  W, Starmer Srr|Ith & Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Streoli Opposite Opeia Hon'so  OUT^RIOES~ISTHE  ORDER OF THE DAY  Will open her  Kindergarten and  primary school in  TUB KNGL1SH  CHURCH school  room on the 2nd of January, 1800, For teims and  all particulars applj to MISS PALM BR,  At icaidcuco of Airs, J. R. Robertson, Baker  SlrfotWesfc.  Kootenay- Coffee   Co.  NSLSOX, B. C.  CofTee roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee,  Oifor fresh loahted coflee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound ?  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds.......... 1 00  Kii.o Santos, 4 pounds  1 CO  Santos Blond, 5 pounds.....  1 00  Our Special Blond, 0 pounds  i 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds...  I 00  A trial order solicited.   SPlewoom 2 doors: east  of Oddfellows block. West Baker sheet.  e JNeison  Saw and Planing  Ills. Limited.  And I want to bo in it. I have just received  Fall samples of Suitiugs and Overcoatings, representing a $50,000 stock to choose from made to  your order at prices never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest fada in Fancy Vestiugs for  Fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest pi ices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  GENUINE  P. O,  J. T. FIFE & CO.  Box 560 NELSON  Piano Tuning*  L. S. OTIS, JEesident Piano Tu^er  fiS\  T-eaie oiden at  Iter's, Piiitilon's,  U'hDWbpa'a Stationery Co.  KELSON, B, &;  TENDEES WAWTED.  Tendci��_wiH bo lecehed bj the undersigned at  his olltco in Kossland up (o and including-Uio 13Ui  daj of JIareii instant, for the purcliu'e of the  -.lock in tiade and t,(oic furnishings of S. A.  Jlirtnmnn.nicichanl, who assigned for the bene-  lit of ct editors.  The sloak con-,iSls of gents' fnrnisnings, rcadj'-  mado clothing, boots, shoes and minors' clothing,  and amounts to .iboul $-3700.  ,  Liveptorj can be scon a"; assignee's ollice and  slft-lc can be inspected al any time.  Teims ciMi. 'Ihe highest or any jender not  ncce-A,trily accepted. Tenders to bo atldi ivctl to  the undciswncd,aiid to be marked. 'Tendci re  K.'iitin.nm Khtntc."  Udted at Rossland March (if h, 1000.  KDWAUU  UAlLUli, Tin sloe.  Notice of Application for License.  J, Adolphc Luiiniute. of theCifj of Nelson, in  tho piovince of linlish Columbia, hotel kcejicr,  hereby gne notice that I intend loapjily lo the  Boaid or Licence Coinmihsioncis ioi'tlio City of  Nelson, ut ilii'lrfliM meeting (o be held after the  e\piiation ot jthirty dajs tiom tins date for a  license to^sell Awne^, sjurits, beer and olliei fermented nnd intoxicating liiiuorsbj retail, ut my  hotel, known ns (he ���'Montreal Hotel,"Mtimteon  lota numbered '2.1 and 21, in block nnmbocd fi?, in  the said City of NeUon. A. I^POINTJi.  Nelson, li. 0., I'Vbnmry 8th, 1W0.  TN TH1C JrATTKR OF AN APPLICATION  ���*��� FOIt A DVPLfCATJS OF A CKI1TJ h'ICATI'1  OF TITLK to loLs eleven (11) nnd twelve (12),  block twentj-seven (27), City ot Nelson, li. C.  Notice is heiehy given that it is my intention  at the cspnalion of one month fiom the  publication hereof, to i-sue a duplicate of the  Cuiliflcateof Title to the above lands, issued to  Gooigc A. II. Hall, on the 20th day of December,  IS'JS, and niuiibcied Jo33 K.  S. Y. WOOTON,  Registrar Gciieml.  Land Registry Otllco. Victoria, li. C, l��tk Feb-  itiary, li��0.  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Roses, Fancy Evcigreens  Magnolas, llulb-', new crop tested scuds, for spring  pl.inting. Largest and most complete stock m  Western Canada. Call and make j Our selections  or send for catalogue. Address at the nuiser>  grounds andgiecnhouse.  M. J. HENRY.  3000 Westminster Road, Vancouver, R. C.  9  J,  Ave 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, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda. Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,-  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  cxlllll  Office and Mills'corner Hall and Front Slrcels, Nelsr.n  Fop Sale  RAILROAD OUTFIT  Such as Wheel Scrapeis, Picks. Shovels, Hammers, Steel, Wagous, Xarjjo liange. avails, etc.  Call nt-OW Curiosily Sbop, Josephino sltccL  FOR   SALE.  Largo t'vo and a half stoiy frame housc, containing double drawing room, J bediooms and  diossing loom with clothes-closets, dining loom,  huge kitchen, hot aud fold water, bath loom  wit li bath complete, toilet: lighted with clectuci  tj ; within ii\ e minutes walk of the business poi.  tion of the city: beautiful situation oveilooKing  tho lake. T�� o lots, each 2,<\120 feet, fenced. ,md  with l.inn in front. A \ciy desirable losidcncc,  newly furnished and caipetcd tluoughout with  best fumiliiio and caipets. Fiiiiutuic and  Kitchen uloiisils will bo sold either wilh the  house or sepaiatcjy.  For terms and pai 1 icuiars apply to W. A. Galliher, al the olHcc of (.ialltheris Wilson. o\oviXo-  Arthur's fumiluie suae, Rftkor sticet. Nelson,  B. C.  SAWMILL   FOeTsALE"  The sawmill and plant lately owned by Joseph  T. Roboi l-s, at Rj kei t's Landing, and consisting  of a 30-horse power boilei, engine, Gri/lith &  Wedge top-ug sawmill, edger, planer, belting,  etc., etc., will bo sold vhoro they now.stand.  Apply to  TAYLOR & HANNINGTON, Solicitors.  Notice of Application for License,  1 heicbvgne notice that I intend to apply to  the iioai'd Of Licensing Oonmiissioneu 0[ ()ic  City of N'uImui Jit il-s iiest meeting lor an hotel  lice'nbc /or Uic premises situato upon lot '2,1. block  tatoorUi east corner of Yctnou ixni Hall streets)  in Qiccifyof Nelson. 1C li ISEXLON.  Kootenay Lake General Hospital Society  .A NX CAL AIKETINU.  The annual meeting of (he Kooienav Ij.-ike  Gencial KospiUl Society will be held" in llie  Com t House on Tuesday, llio Utli day of JMai ch.  1!X'0, at :i p. m.  Thoio will be a meoting of the directois at  2..'i0 p. m.  The membership fee is ��10 per annum iiitd  entitles tho member to hospital benefits for one  year.  Any pei son subsci ibing $1 a month w ill be en-  tilled to the beiieJils of the hospital for tual  pei lod.  Subscnpf ions aro solicited and a full attendance of mcmbci s and those desirous oi becoming  iiiemlicis is icqiirslcd. A lull statement ot  iccciptsaiid c\pendiLiues will bo submitted, an  i luciion held for ,si\ diiuetors to scr\ e for two  jeau, and other important business will be  tiansaclud.      F. W. SWANNkLIj, Sccrclao.  NOTICE.  Notice is heioby given that I intend to applr a t  iho mc\t meeting of Ihe J3o..rd of ijivensc cont-  uiiss10ners loi IheCitj of Nelson, hold after Iho  evpii.Uion of llnrty dajs fiom (lie date hcioof,  foi a transferor the saloon license now held by  mc, dated (lie lath day of .I.uiuaiy, 11)00, foi the  (ilue Rot saloon, .situate on the west half of lot 1  block 2, NcIboii, II. C, to John Lindblad of Nelson, li. C  UaUid Uiis 3rd day of March. 1900.  Witness: li.ICW.usD.        W.A.WAR1).  '^t^^^Z'-'^V, THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. 0., TDESDAY, MARCH 13, 1900  BAffl OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$x2,000,000  BEST     6,000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presidon  'ifon. (Icorgo A. Drummoml Vice-Presidcn  K. ti. Clouston General Manage  NKLSON JJRANCIt  Northwest Corner Raker and  Stanley Streets  Rranchcs in Lo.vdox (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Ruy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Kto.  Saving's Bank Branch  cuuukn't h\ii: oi-' i.vri:w.sr i\uu.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, TJ. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  beer till Christmas clay. Iu the  morning two dozen bottles were  missing. 'Disgraceful!' said t the  authorities; 'double the guard.'  And they doubled it. Next day-  four do/en were missing.  , Lee <tfa|lor  BAKER STREET, NKLSON  (George F. Motion's old stand)  Flour, Feed, tain, Hay  AND PRODUCE  Gar Lots a Specialty  GENERAL    WHITE.  "When tlio order was given for the  despatch of the Indian contingent  and other reinforcements to Natal,  it was felt that a command of such  importance should be entrusted to  an" oflieer of great experience, and  the distinguished service which sir  George "White had rendered plainly  indicated  his fitness for the post.  The gallant officer at the time had  just relinquished the  quartermaster-generalship to the forces in order  to take up tho appointment of governor of Gibraltar.    Tn command of  the Natal Field .Force, he has done  splendid  work   in   protecting   the  colony from military occupation by  the  main army of the  Bocrg, and  the unselfishness with which he left  tho    direction   of    operations    at  Klandslaagte to geueral French, the  skill with which he covered general  yule's retirement fiom Dundee, and  tho    manly   spirit    in   which   he  accepted all responsibility for the  partial  reverse at   Ladysmith   on  October JJOfch, have won him the regard of all.    The brilliant career of  dr  George   White is well  knoAvn.  ilis many war services, beginning  .vith the Indian mutiny, have made  am famous.    By two splendid acts  if courage and good .service in the  Ai'ghan  war he  won the Victoria  Jross aud the brevet of licuteuant-  ���olonol.    He fought in  the Soudan  n 1SS1-S5, and was thanked by the  jovernment of India and made a K.  3. 13. for his service iu command of  .he Upper Burma Field Force.    He  lommandcd the Zhob Field Force,  md when lord Roberts relinquished  lie Indian command in 1S93 general  Vhite's long services marked liim  'mfc-as tho rijght successor.    '  Lord Randolph Churchill had not  been chancellor of the exchequer  long before the annual report on  the condition of Great Britain's  finances was presented for his signature by sir Francis Mowatt.  "Oh, I can't make head or tail of  this," said he, testily; "why don't  you arrange the figures so one can  understand them?" "My lord, I  havo adopted the simplest known  method. I have used decimals  throughout." "Ye?, yes, I see,,but  I never did know what those  damned dots meant," was his lordship's reply.     editor, beiug asked  ever seen a baldheaded  woman, replied: No, he never did.  Nor had he ever seen a woman  waltzing around toAvn in her shirt  sleeves, with a cigar between her  teeth. Wa haA'e never seen a  woman go a-fishing with a bottle  in her hip pocket, sit on the damp  ground all the clay and then go  home drunk at night. Nor have  avc ever seen a woman yank off her  coat and swear she could lick any  man in town. God bless her! she  ain't built that AA-ay.  Correspondence Solicited  Phone 20  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Vernon and  :*-*-��� Josephine streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers inblankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY  TFD- Vernon   street,  grocers.  COMPANY,   LIMI-  Nelson,   wholesale  fOIIN CHOLDITCH& CO.-  u   son, wholesale groceis.  K FULL LINE 0  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel' Posts o  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IP AVHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN' STOCK  AVI: WILL MAKE IT FOB YOU  CALL AND GfiT PRICES.  TBEMT HOUSE  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  J.A. S  ���Front street, Nel-  A Canadian  if he had  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS  PRODUCE  COMPANY-Vernon  ���*��� street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in provisions, produce, and fruits. Agents for Swift &  Co. bacon and hams.  T Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Corner Vernon and  u' Josephine streets, Nolson, wholesale dealers  in provisions, cured meats, butter and eggs.  fp R. STEWART & CO.-Warehouscs on C. P.  *��� ��� R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in provisions, produce !and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co 's  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  AND DOORS.  AND  PLANING   MILLS  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets,  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  23 CENTS TO ?l  ,     TWO   TBAGIC_GAMES.  last year, says Loudon Tit Bits,  game of chess was played be-  Iwejn two German students under  lery tragic conditions. The two  llaj'ers, Avho-\vore lival" claimants  j)Tthe hand of a daughter of one of  Jicir profess'ovs, had quarrelled and  (whanged blows, and a duel be-  lime inevitable. As each man wits'  (skillful chess player it AA-as de-  Idecl that they .should play a game,  ] id that the loser should take his  ivn life.   The gruesome game was  ayocl in a restaurant, and 'after a  lubborn struggle ended in favor of  le aggressor in the quarrel. The  lllowiug morning the loser Avas  jund dead in his room.  |I>erhaps the most tragic gamo.on  jeord w*is played many years ago  y  Herr     Watadorf    and    Hew  ���hwart/. 5,000 feet above the  Lrth. In this ease, too, jealousy  ris the sole cause of the tragedy,  fid the rivals decided to resort .to  le novel���expedient-of��� playing ar  I'ath game ab()Are the  clouds,   the  M3i' lo throw himself from the  lilloon. One can picture somc-  jiing of the tragic tension of the  Jvo players as each card was tin lift np and played, and the growing  |spair of ITerr .Schwartz as lie saw  fiat destiny was against' him.  Vlth the throw of tho last card ho  Irned round and (lung himself  1)00 feet doAvn to the earth, where  I? mutilated body wns found on  Ie following day.   His death was  .'Hbed co accident, and the true  hry of this mrial tragedy AA'as not  (own until Wat/dorf declared  it  his death bed a few yetirs ago. ,  STORYETTES.  Once at a dinner party, whore  general N. B. Forrest, commanding  the Confederate caA'alry, had been  invited as the guest of honor, a  loquacious Avidow, Avith hair of  raven black, rudely interrupted the  conversation by asking general  Forrest Avhy it Avas that his beard  Avas still black, Avhile his hair was  turning gray. With great politeness Forrest turned toward her, "I  fear I can not give you a'satisfae-  tory answer," said ho, "unless, possibly, tho reason is fcliab I haA'e used  my brain a little more than I have  my jaw/5 *___ _  Ferguson Happening's.   - -    -  /  A recent shipment of ore from the  Nettie L property, gave smelter reT  turns of $21,000 or at tho rate of  $150 per ton.  J. JJoherty, foreman at the Nettie  L mine, met AA'ith a serious accident  at that property last week through  being struck by falling rock.  To Welcome the Queen.  Dublin, March 10.���At a private  meeting today of the Nationalist  members of the corporation of Dublin, Avhich wtis attended, by more  than two-thirds of the entire council, a resolution was adopted by a  practically unanimous vote to present the queen with au address of  Avelcome on her visit.  SASH  NELSON  SAW  LIMITED-C ��� ,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  in sash and doors; allkinds of factory work made  to order.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  TTAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  ���LJ- street Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.  CIGARS. "  ���CfOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  ���*A- CO.-Corner Baker and Hall streets. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  TT BYERS & CO.-Corner Bakcrand Josephine  ���*-*������   streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hard-  Agentsfor Giant  J.  Successors to  A. DEWAR & CO.  ware and  mining supplies.  Powder Co.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Luirjfaer Always in  Stoo\.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order Avork Avill receive  prompt attention.  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Family can get Shoes at our Store  We have every size from nothing to twelves  We can fit father, mother,  sons and daughters to perfection  Large comfortable bedrooms and  first-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  HARDAVARE   (COMPANY���  .... Nelson, wholesale dealers in  hardwaro and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies. ^^  ANCOUVER   HARDAVARE    COMPANY,  LIMITED���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hard ware and mining supplies, plum-  bers and tinsmiths'supplies.   COAL.  rjROAV'S NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.-  ^ Wholesale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St. Bitrbo. Agent. Baker stieot. Nelson.   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  TXT F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corncr Baker *and  * v ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo dcal-=  ers in   assayers supplies.   Agents "or Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Cotoiado.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  ���"TURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in'liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agenta  for Pabst Brewing Co, of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   COMMISSION " MERCHANTS.  H J.EVANS &>CO.���Baker street, Nelson,  * wholesale dealers in -liquors, cig.irs,  coment, fire brick and fire clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  PAINTS  AND' OILS.  NELSON HARDWARE  COMPANY-Baker  Street���Wholesale dealers in paints,  Porto Rico LumberOo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  C. 0. Buchanan's  IV|rs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  1      r.ATE OK TIIE ROVAT. HOTEL, CALGARY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel which is now being  enlarged and i dictated, will be reopened  on Sr.uch 1st, when it will havo 10 largo,  nicely furnished and well lighted rooms,  heated with hot air. Special attention  will be given to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE,  Ho! Ho! !? WfcArthur's  Elegant Sideboards  Superb Cheffoniers  Petite Dressing* Tables  In the Famous Golden Oak  Just Received a Carload of High-class Goods  PTBurns & Ca  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Head Office at  NELSON, B.  O.  and   brnshes of  Kootenay.  all kinds.    Largest  . oils,  stock in  A large stock ot first-class dry material on  hand, also a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc. <       J  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard:  Foot) of Hendryx street, NelsoB  ��*����� Joljn Rae, Agent  COAL!     COALT  GREAT REDUCTIOIST  $9.651 &**�����'   $8.15  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER  A Big* Schooner  OF BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  VUESU  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  The best gl.iss of beer to be had in Nelson is at  THE CLUB HOTEL  Corner Silica and  Stanley Strtcts.  E. J, CURRAN, Prop.  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New-  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid*  way, and Vancouver.  Majl Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��#   Q    TRAVES,   Manager  * ORDERS BY HAIL RKCKIVKi CAREFUL ANB PROMPT ATTENTION. -    '  Headquarters for Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]   ,  E. P.,BiraET&CO.fLM., Victoria  Special q)iot.i(ions given for cailo.irl lots  A. H. GliAY, P. O. box 331, Nelson, 11, C.  Kootenay Agent  IVjadden House  Baker and Ward  Stieets, Nelson  Hard Coal  Anthracite  f'Tenry James was once praising  woi k of a fellow author. "You  very kind to him," said some  lo present, "for he says very tm-  jja.saut things about your work."  Lh," said Mr. James, "but then  Jfch of us may bo wrong!''  ���During the Praneo-Prussian Avar  liveJI-known .English correhpowl-  ]t was sent to the front by his  jner., and on one occasion Von  like   sent  for   him   and   said:  |[i>. , on such and such  a   day  |e German army will perform such  Id such a movement.    If that ap-  jurs in   the    "   (naming   the  flier) "you will be shot." Tho  \\vs did not appear.  U Avar correspondent writes from  Mh Africa to the London Daily  jiiJ: "A ceitain gallant corps at  lioveley Camp provided the guard  lit should protect  our precious  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  ERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  Fir=t door ytcst  of .Bank of Bi itish  Columbia building.  FHESH AND SALT MEATS.  p    BURNS &   CO.���Baker  street,   Nehon,  �������� *   wholesale dealers in fresb and cured meats.  Cold storage. *   " - TENTS   AND   AWKINGs!  NELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY���  Bakei street, Nelson. AUnufacturcr&of all  kinds of tents, awnings, arid canvas goods,  P. O. Box 7(i.   Thop. Madson, piopriotor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  TED-Corucr Front and Hall streots, Nelson, wholesale dealers in wines (case and bulk)  and domestic andimportcd cigars.  .-JERATED-AND MINERAL-WATERS. ~  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vernon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholcsaledealei s in torated waters and  fruit &yrups. Sole agentsfor Halcyon Springs  inineial water.  Telephone CO.   FLOUR AND FEED.  ���RRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  ���L-* LTD.���Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers tn ilour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and Now West-  minstcr.   ^AECHITECm  EWART & CARBIE-Arohltcots.   Rooms 7  and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker struct. Nolson.  DELIVERED  TELEPHONE  33  0. W. West & Go.  Boo((  AND  CfHAltLKS  '   Kiliebr.  ENGINEERS.    *  PARKER��� Mining and milling en-  West Baker Mice!, Nelson.  TRADES   UNIONS,  MKLSON,MINERS'. UNION.NO. 90, XV.  V. of  noi th-  M.��� Meets in jninoiV union roonis^     east corner Vsetoiia and Kootenay sticets every  Satuiday evening at 8 o'clock.   Vifciting mem  :1c  bers welcome.  James Wilkus, Sec'y,  Cm AS. A. McKay, Pres.  !es  GENERAL BROKER  P. O. Box 523.   Phonos: Office li7, House IC2  ron SALE  l-i oom house .ind ,'t lots .., ��1.)00  llol JUkursUci'l  -  l-OO  lTl-lool corner on lfobson street     ,.       . .    !Xx)  2 lots on Caibou.tto street 000  FOR RENT  oiooin liou-?c, modern oomeiucnces 2,5  LOANS AND INSURANCE  C.ill and see me if you \a i->h to sell buy or rent.  j. eTannable  GENERAL BROKER  Tinpc dwelling lioniCi for sale on en^y terms.  One  lot   on   Stanley   sheet,  opposite  Royal  hotel, foi s.Ueat.i bm-jj.itn.  One  seven-roomed house aud one three room  house for runt.  See ANNA3L5E  THE regular Ductings of the Carpenters' Union  nr��� held onVW-cuncsJay evening of each  week, at V o'clock, in the Miners' Union hall corner Victoria and Kootenay t'trcets.  R. ROBINSON  President.   JAMES COLLING. Secretary-  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���Tho regular meetings oCthe Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be held m the miners' union hall,  corner of Victoria and Koolenaj streets, on the  first and third Thursday of each month, at  7.30 p. in.  G. i. Thorpe, Pres.        J. II. M,mn;soN\ Sec'y,  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. NO. 23, A. V. & A. M.  Meets second Wednesday Li each month.  Sco'ourning brethren invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge, No.  2j, KniKhts of Pythias, nieeta in I. O. O. F.  Hall, comer Baker and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. VisitinK Knighte  cordially invited to attend.  R. G, JOY. K. of R. & S.   LEONARD SCOTT, C. C.  TSJELSON L. O. L., No. 1G92, meets in I. O. O. F.  ���*�����   Hall, corner Baker and Kootonay streets,  1st and 3rd Friday of each month.   Visiting  brethern cordially invited.  _____ RonrssoN. W.M. W. Omvrroai), Rcc.-Scc.  "KTELSON MRIE, Number 22, Fraternal Order  ���*���' of Eagles, meetb every socona and fourth  Wednesday incach month in Fraternity HalL  Virfitins brethren welcome.  W. G03NKLJ.. President,  Ch.miws I'itosaBU, Secretarj'  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under one management since 1890.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by eleetridty.  The bar is ^always stocked by the best domestic and imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  B. C* HOTEL   erie, b.  0.  W.'F. DIOKSON  2. H. H. APPIiEJWHAITB  J. MePHBK  Kooteqay Electric Supply & Construction Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES    .  Complete Electric Equipments for Blectrlo Power transmission and Lighting top  Mines, Towns Blectrlo Fixtures, Lamps, Bella, Telephones, Atinuneiatore, JEStc.  P. O. Box 603. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  Fred J. Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF  WEST BAKER STRBJET' NELSON  WINTER AND SPRING SUITINGS  OPPOSITE 81LVKR KINO HOTEI  First-class in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquor^ and cigars. Every comfort for transient  and resident gue.sk,  HKADQUARTJERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  The Tribune has a thoroughly equipped Book Bindery in  connection with its job printing1 department. -Ail kinds of  books manufactuied to order,  and any kind of "binding- or  rebinding- done on short notice  fi. BEISTERER &TC0;  IIUKWCRS AN'D norrr,KBS OK  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE    -  AND PORTER  Pioinpt ami regular  delivery to lhe li.tdo  Brewery ai Nelson  Nelson   Wine   Co.  CHOISE WSNES AND LIQUORS  That Light is Poor  GAS PITTING OUR SPECIALTY ���  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Victoria Street, ojijiosite I'o^tofllcc.  LET OS PUT IN GAS  STRSCHAN BROS,  The Keremeps Townsite Company  KEREMEOS,   B.   C.  Lots 30x120.    Main  Street 100 Feet Wide.  Corner Lots $100.    "Inside Lots .$75  BURNS BLOCK  NOTICE.  I hereby fjh'e not no 1 lint nf tor one month fiom  fhN dnlf> i will nuke .uiplicitjon to tiie finer  comiiiivioiKi of l.mrls .md woiks to purchfise  tv,o siiu.uc .itre^of Iiml in the di-Liiil of \V( ���.!���  ICootcn.i}, ne.tr l*nu-mik* ti* lit. in liu-pionme  of Ilrili<ih Cuhinibiii, siliMlnl on llie Miiillicn^t  side and .ulloimiiK the lu^h |m< k i>f the Nel-on &  Fort Sliepp'iul i.uluii.v. .Hid ndiDiimuf on Ihc  Miuthuuit sido ol l��l Hl*i, ���'ioii!J I, .mil ilom lilted  ns follovi : Coniiiirm.niff .it u |>oit ulimtcil on  the wpslcrlj' bomul.tt\ of -..u'd lot l.'H'i. nmikcd  "Clwrlp- (*)ni.tophii-on ^ N. ii <ouici'. ihcnco  -outhcrlj ,iloii(;ll<o<..ii(l houiid.-uj Iiml-and nhalf  chiins, thenuo ��estfil\ at in{hr .iiiKk^ ihcicio  four and a lull" fliiiriK llu'iue nuriliorlv pnt.illi-l  theiotu foin'iind a li.ilf cluiiiih. thence clsIciIj  foiu iind �� hair di iins lo the pln��: nf hLutnnniK.  <MIAltniiSClHtl.STOPiIKU.SON.  Diitcd nt Nelson, Ji. C., J.JIh of February, I'M.  Spc i.il attention k'hen to fnmily tmdc  riffiu-Li;te,,     FRANK L TAMBLYN  NcNon, It. C. M.UN'UJKtJ  H, D.  AgHQROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to  first claws wheehvrifriit.  by a  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing ��nd ciiBtorn work from outside poinffl.  Shop:   Hall St., between Hnker and Vernon  TENDERS  FOR  REAL  WANTED  ESTATE.  'JVndu- will he lC'civcl by the unileiviifflcd  until 12 oclorlc mum <m ^loml.n A)nd'2ud, I'.M)  fertile following tk'-i'i ilwil i (Ml est.itein Nelson.  liOii 7 nml Siiiid Lots l*>,tml 1<) in Mock 10. to-  Ktilher villi tlio inipnitunii'iiK therein, consist-  niK of the biUei King hotel and a one-itorj je-i*  deuce.  Tti'iHi cisli, The highest or anj teiulrr not  iieci'ssanlj .iliopted,  CAItOMVK TUI-.I.I.V,  Ailtiiim-,1 i,tti Iv I'-Lt.itenf Julili Jolin-on, ilitca-i-d.  Nelson, B. V��� .llai< h -2nd, I'm.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootcn&y Streets.  1'. O. Llox 6S��. TKU5PHONK NO, 85   KEREMEOS  Is tlio center of the SniiUknjiicen Mining District, tfjirty miks ��onLii of  Piittticton and west of the O'Kfiiuigan river. Thi.-> sortsuu will (--ec ^roat  dev(']opnnmts in this vicinity i\b a l.'irgo number of vuluabH' claims were  located Jasfc summer. Prc-pct-'tori/will find a splendid field to work in.  Much of the mineral bearing belt has not yet been explored. The .Situil-  kameen country is au ideal one for prospectors, water, feed,, and fuel  being abundant. l*he winter climate is the mildest in the interior.  Ru.siitc:* men will find plenty of openings at Ketemeos'. There it. a chance  for those with capital to get in on the ground floor. The jtirrounding  land is of the richest, and best adapted for the production of high cla^-.  fruits and vegetables. The Columbia, k Western railway is now being  located through Keremeos and up the Siniilkameen river. Stages connect between Greenwood and lveremeos via Fairview; also between Pentieton and Kercmeob.    For further particulars  Apply to THE BEALEY INVESTMENT COMPANY,  Ceneral Agents, Greenwood B, C.  Or EDWARD BULLOCK-WEBSTER, Kcremeos, B. C.  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  -\ppll  (>. Ji. UvNWOX, Solicitor, .VeKon 15. f  NOTICE TO UNION CAEPENTERS.  All cnrponlcM who aio in si mpu! liy villi  oiKnni/oit labiir .no hcu-hj noli Ilea tlml tin"  caiinsnUTinK in conilcclii'ii with I*. linuii \'  t'olHjinTij 'b cfikl stoiiifftiplant, is Iiciiik" purfoi mr"  h> non union Inhnr, anil iiiriiilxrs i>f the  CarpcitU'rn'L'nion, and lliosoin sjinpaihy wuli  it.aiu roiiHCsleil to fjiniM" tliem-elv oh .leouid  i��Kl.V.  JAMKSOOI.l.INO,  Sccarctjur Nolson Canwntcre' L'ntou.  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  f\ootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NKU30V, BKl'Iian COLVJiBU. 4  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, TUESDAY MARCH 13 1900  Iri. >  I !<��� J1'  t   i"  Bii.'  iJRJ  Is;  I!  I*,  Ili  15s  I?'  IP".  JUST RECEIVED  IT  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  Brushes  BATH   TOOTH 4.NAIL   HAIR  Baker Street, Nelson  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  I  ��  Noav i.s the time to get a bargain in Clothing as Ave are  giving a liberal discount on  these goods for the next few  daj s in order to make room  for spring goods Avhich are arriving daily  The Nelson Clothing House  217 219 Baker Street  w  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  ESTABLISHED  \)\   NELSON IN   1890  I am here my friends to let you know I am all right.  Kimberly and Ladysmith have beeu relieved and I am still  in Nelson Avith a year of prosperity ahead of me. Every-  thing is -pointing this Avay, and I am here with my up-to-  date line of goods ready to compete with eastern prices. I  am retrieving goods every day direct from the factories,  which are for sale, and I am prepared to guarantee the  quality. Come and examine our stock; no trouble to show  goods. I have 1000 kinds to suit you all. Jewelry of all  kinds, also precious stones, sterling silver in all the latest  designs and patterns. Bradley & Hubbard's up-to-date art  goods. Kara, the leading piano of Canada. Come early and  Ave will serve yon accordingly.    Don't forget the place.  We only employ, the most expert Avatchmakers and  jewelers. All Avork is guaranteed. Mail orders will receive  our prompt attention.  JACOB DOVEB, THE JEWELER  NELSON, 13. C.  '^-���^-2&-__-_-_>-!___��� _���_-_���-_*���_       ^-ei-^i^-^iSi^&.^&i&.si^1  \W  xti  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  &  to  |        Great Clearing Sale  I        of Dry Goods  f $12,000   Stock of New Goods  f Offered at Cost  We have decided to sell out our dry goods and  continue exclusively in clothing, boots, shoes and  gents' furnishings, and now offer all our dry goods  stock at wholesale prices. This includes all our  spring goods no\^ in stock and jn transit from the  east. It is the first Lime in the history of Nelson  that a stock of this size has been offered to the public at such a Ioav rate, and all wanting bargains  should not fail to see our prices. To the ladies of  Nelson we would say that this is a good opportunity  to get your spring and summej" dress_gopds jit ajbar-  "gain7_ HereTis a~sample of some of our prices:  DRESS GOODS that   were   40c, now selling at 25c  do             do do 65c, do  do do do        $1.00, do  do do> do 1.25, do  PLAID TWEED SKIRTINGS, five pieces,  regular SB fine, offered at $4 to clear  BLACK LUSTRES, in plain and figured,  that were 50c, now selling at 30c'  do do       75c, do 45c  DRESS  GINGHAMS,  regular 20c goods/ now selling at 12ic  DRESS  GINGHAMS,  ,    regular 15c goods, now selling at 10c  DIMITIES," regular 15c goods, offered at 10c  PIQUES,       do     20c     do do       12J  40c  60c  75c  do  COLORED  COLORED  COLORED  COLORED  FLANNELLETTE now selling at 5c, formerly 8c  ELLIOT BLOCK  BAKER STREET  ?//��{  FOR   YOUR   CLOTHING.  It will pay vou to cimmino rm  bargaiiK ui footwcu\ Complete I  boots und blioes.  stock of new goods, ppiiiiK o\erco.ats and springTMilK  inch ot James AlcCuMd) & Co.'i?  Spcein  wid the Awes',"Holden & Uo.'s  224-226 Baker Street, /telsoq.  THE0  MADSONJ  CITY LOCAL NEWS  The attendance at tlio public library increases each week. Last  night there were thirty-three persons in the rooms at one time, and  the accommodation was taxed to its  utmost. The directors will shortly  be confronted with the absolute  necessity of securing larger quarters.  Itev. It. Frew went to Kamloops  last night, where he will spend a  week or two until he recovers his  health.  AVilliam Martin, one of the contractors on the London & B. C.  Goldfields building, fell thirty feet  to the ground yesterday while  painting a piece of brick work. He  rolled into a ditch after striking  the ground but escaped without  breaking any limbs. Internal injuries are feared.  Miss Rella B. Luke, lately of  Detroit, Michigan, is in charge of  Mrs. E. McLaughlin's Millinery  parlors on Josephine street, whose  spring stock of fashionable headgear has commenced to arrive.  R. S. Kiughorn left last night for  the coast, where he will remain for  a time before going east.  The plans for the Kirkpatrick-  Wilson-Olements new block are  well under way and the final details  are to be arranged today. The  present arrangement is to havo a  three-storied building with three  stores ou Baker street and two on  Ward. Tho basement may also be  utilized for stores of some description.  William Wilson, who lias been  visiting in Ontario for the past six  mouths, left Toronto on Saturday  en rotite to Nelson.  A heavy mudslide, 19 miles north  of Slocan Junction on the 0. P. R.,  was reported yesterday morning to  the local officials. Shortly after  trainmaster Hamilton and eugineer"  Lewis left on the regular train with,  a gang of men, picking up all the  sectionmen en route. The slide  wast attacked vigorously and the  train got through after an hour's  delay.  The Nelson men who are to join  the provisional regiment being  raised to garrison Halifax, during  the absence of tho imperial troops,  will leave the city tomorrow. Lieutenant Beer desires to hear at once  from members of the corps who desire to cnlibt.  AVilliam Gfooding was brought  before magistrate Crease yesterday  for a preliminary hearing, lie had  nothing to say in defence and was  committed for trial. The young  man will" probably be arraigned  before judge1 Forin on Thursday to  elect as to his trial.  The mining recorder's books show  the following'recent transactions :  Transfer of Superior and Dellsmau  claims on Soady creek by G. Thomas  of Nolson, jto_Catheriiic_Demaine,  'consideration nominal; transfer of  East End, Sunnyside and Badger  claims on Toad mountain by J. II.  Wright to B. Cr. Palmer ; certificates  of improvements to Rose McGlynn  and R." W. Odd well on Sterling  mineral claim ; certificates of improvement to E. J. Palmer of Nelson on Badger, East End and  Sunnyside claims,  Registrar Simpkins of the  supreme court was confined to his  home yesterday by illness.  Bowden, the alleged dofmilter  from the JIall Mines smelter, will be  brought np again today for a  preliminary hearing before magis-  , trate Crease. He will be defended  by Galliher k AVilson. The crown  has retained S. S. 'Taylor, Q. C. to  prosecute the case, Mr. Taylor  will press two charges, viz: that  Bowden stole $0(50, on February  20th. the amount of a check committed to his care for payment to  the collector of provincial revenue,  and that between the Uth and  26th of February he stole $2008 belonging to the smelter.  Tho patriotic Irishmen of Nelson  will celebrate the 17th of March  with an entertainment, details of  which will bo given tomorrow.  The main line of tiie C. P. R. was  run through Nelson this morning  owing to heavy slides on the main  line ou the divisions between Revelstoke and Field. The through train  from the east came over the Crow's  Nest road to Kootenay Landing  where the steamer Nelson took  aboard the 150 passengers and  brought them to this city whence  they were taken to Robson by  special train and sent up the Arrow  lakes to Revelstoke, arriving there  within a few hours of schedule time.  Tho eastbound main line train had  12 through passengers who were  brought down the Arrow lakes,  then by train to Nelson, and left  here at midnight on the Moyie for  the Crow's Nest road.  The fire department had another  run last night, this time to a burning shack just above the alley behind the second hand store on  Josephine street. The fire boys  were promptly on hand as usual  and extinguished the flames without much trouble. Between tho  combined action of firo and water  the shack was a total loss, but the  prompt action of the brigade prevented the ilamcs from spreading  to any of the adjacent buildings.  The Northport train agaiu failed  to arrive in Nelson, being detained  by mudslides. It was also announced last night that the train for  Northport will not leave this morning as usual.  F. AV. Rolt of Rossland is at the  Phair.  An encampment of Odd Fellows  has been instituted in Nelson by T.  C. Gray, D. D. G. P., which will be  known as Nelson Encampment, No.  7,1. O. O. F. The following officers  were installed: A. H. Clements,  C. P,; J. F. AVeir, H. P.; AV. B. Pollard, S. AV.; H. F. McLean, J. AV.; D.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Sewing girls wanted, at the Hudson's Uaj stores, Nel&on.  M. J. Henry, the Vancouver nurseryman, lias in the hands ot punters his dialogue for tho year 1!X)0, and it will be ready for  mailing bj the 131 h instant. It will be one ot tlio  most, complete ever issued by any one in bis line  of business on the Coast, nnd he is confident that,  if >ou will kindly reserve your eiders until it  leaches you, it will be to jour intercut to place a  share of them w ith him.  Wanted���Portable    engine    and  boiler, sawmill, planer, edger and lath-mill.  Capacity nol less than ten thousand a daj-. Sawmill, Tribune Oflicc.  Niekerson���Watchmaker,   Baker  street, opposite Queen's hotel. Twcntj-firc >cars  experience.  For Sale���A furnished hotel in  Sandon, 13. C. Write for particulars to G. West,  Box ISO, Sandon. B. C  To Let���House, garden and hen-  ncrj1, suitable for a chicken ranch. Applj T. H.  Kobcils, Victoria street, opposite postoflicc.  AVhen your watch don't keep  time, sec Niekerson, Baker street. Satisfactory  work or no charges. ��  AVanted���to buy for cash, second  hand furniture cn bloc. Apply T. II. Robcits,  Victoiia sticet, opposite post oflicc. i  To Let���Six-roomed house, with  \m th.   Apply at hecond hand store opposite posfc-  Auetion Sale  ew  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 is 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.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  Of  Rare  Household  Furnishings  The undersigned has received instructions from , Captain  C. S. Moore, ,'who Is leaving  for England, to sell the whole  of his household furniture and  effects without reserve. The  chattels which will be offered for  sale constitute the finest pieces  of household furniture, in_Nel=  son.    They,are:  Beautiful Chippendale Cabinets  Rosewood Cabinets  Antique Chairs  Fine Old French Chairs  Handsome Inlaid Furniture  Indian and Persian Rugs  Large Brass Bedsteads  Marble Top  Bedroom  Pieces  Fine Pictures.  The goods to be offered for  sale were collected-in all parts  of the world, ancl the people of  Nelson will have a rare opportunity of securing the same on  their own terms on  14th  Wednesday, Mare  AT 2 O'CLOCK  The goods will be open to  inspection at the premises, corner of Baker and Kootenay'  streets on the morning of sale.  Don't Fail to See Them  Terms of Sale���Cash.  For further particulars apply to  C. A, Waterman & Co,  AUCTIONEERS  McArthur, recording scribe; J. A.  Hnckshaw, financial scribe, anil T.  Gray, treasurer. The Encampment  starts with a membership of thirty.  A. II. Clements lias sold lots 1 and  2 in block 43 to Mrs. Duncan McDonald for $2700. This is the property recently occupied by A. K.  Lott as a residence, at the southeast corner of Stanley and Mill  streets.  When tho fire alarm rang out  last night the city council was in  session. The ehoros of shouts and  noise of rushing feet interrupted  business to such an extent that the  meeting was hurriedly adjourned  for fifteen minutes.  By special request the Nelson  minstrels, who are now touring the  Slocan, will in all likelihood give a  performance here next Monday  night. It was intended to put on a  show on Thursday, the day of their  return, but owing to tho fact of  the entertainment on Saturday,  March 17th, it lias been  postponed.  HOTEL   AERIVALS.  Railroad Supplies  At the Phair.���Jack Preston,  Kaslo; E. Nelson Fell, Athabasca;  F. W. Rolt, Rossland.  At the Hu.urc.���C. W. McAnn,  Kaslo; W. Naygreaves, Winnipeg,  J. A. Mert Dalton, Sherbrooke, Quebec; W. A. Massey, Vernon; R. M.  MeGuire, Molly Gibson Mine; W. N.  S. Peard, Medicine Hat.  At the Queens.���W. P. Griffith,  Slocan City; D. Montgomery, City;  Miss V. De La Costello, Kaslo.  At tub Waveraey. ��� A. Mc-  Dougall, Five-mile ; J. Akrigg, City;  J. C. Clements, City.  At the Tremont.���D. J. JIcDon-  ald, Granite mine; O. F. Dunn, P.  Kelly, J. Dooser, J. Faller, Nelson.  At the Grand Central.���James  Woodsworth, Brandon, Manitoba;  F. O. Dobb, Granite; E. McGuaig,  Phoenix; John Hockshaw, Athabasca  mine; Mrs. F. Mackay, Robson; W.  Mc Ferriss,'San Francisco.  Transvaal -Disappointed.  Durban, March 12.���-The Transvaal having1 appealed tb Germany  for mediation or intervention in the  war, with Great Britain, Germany  has replied that she declines to interfere, as she is iu no way concerned in the, conflict.  E. J. Robie  FASHIONABLE  TAILOB   '  Workmanship and  quality of goods tfje  best obtainable  Oppos'tc Silver King Hotul, Baker street, Nelson  Brown & Co.  203 BAKKR STREET  HEMOVAL SALE  Wcliavo moved Into tho Hnll block, and will  bq pleased to mccLnll our customers and friomlH.  We coiclliilly invito you to give us a call. You  ���will find onr goods markedabquick&cilingpi (ccs  This stock includes R<jndy-to-wcar Clothing,  FuniiHliingN lhili and Ciipt), Roots and Shoes.  2(>'i Baker Street,,  Hull blook  Fine Tailoring  CLEANING  AND  REPAIKING  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHjSS MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opponita Clarko Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOB  ftpMai^MteJro  ^���M^^^MfMW^SM^^^^/i  Vernon Street, Nelson.  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  185  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  BAKER   STREET jjj  Xti  Xti  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  >?>  Newly Laid  Town Eggs  Strictly Fresh  40c per doz. at  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON'S  The Leading1  Grocers....  SOAP  SOAP  1     .        A PEER AMONG OTHERS  Gilt Edg-e  IS ITS NAME  .This Soap, taking weight, niuility and cOht into oonsidciation, will bo found tho best and thu  cheapest in the maiket. It ��ill not^as,h goods,-without some nibbing, but/ the llnest of good-*,  tvhethqr woolen or cotton, can be properly cleaned without injui v and v ith lc-,s labor than ti ith  niosti so billed family so.iph. You can use it in the b.if It or to twii,h the baby, us iU. Ingredients ai'e of  tho pjiiest and be&t quality.   J'"or sale at  V  The Western Mercantile Company, Limited.  FANCY AND STAPLE GROGKKIKS BAKER STREET, NELSON  &il'^^JL0L-^��^.^.  ��^^6??  &.(=*���&.  &&&  �������$'<���  $���&-  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fire Brick and  Fire Clay  w  Used in Kootenay.  We also handle  XX  Steel Mining Rafls,   Blacksmith's Goaf, Sewer Pipe, Etc.  . J. EVANS &  %  ^^;  *!&*  EVANS  NELSON, B. C,  3<a  &E;&  fe?  i&i&gt  ��� te.'te.-  M  ELECTRICITY  Electrical Repairing, Electrical Supplies,  Electrical  Contracts   (Mines,  Steamers,   Dwelling  . Houses, Etc.)   Try us for work and prices  P. O. BOX 17(1.  HOUSTON BLOCK  BANANAS  ORANGES  LEMONS  APPLES  Received Daily from Spokane.  John \. Irving- & Go,  Blue TS.bbon Tea Always on Hand.  Eiesh Eggs.Iteceiveil Daily  Now wl|at do you think of General Roberts  ANOTHER VICTORY       BOERS IN RETREAT  We had ft very suc-rcstful day and complctclj routed tho enemy. They aro in full  reheat. In the cxhubeiuncc of your joy get your India and t'ejloy Tea, Moelm  and Java Coffee, GroceneH, etc, fiom  Josephine and Silica Streets,  opposite Methodist Church  PATTON & ENMAN

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