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 DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  -NELSON":  THURSDAY MORNING, MARCH 2?  1900.  TRICE FIVE  CENTS.  GERMAN TRIBUTE PAID TO  British Imperialism.  Bkrlix, March 21.���The Krcu/.e  Zui Cnng, in u remarkable article  dealing with tlio .South African war,  says : "Tlio war has demonstrated  tho unanimity of fooling among  tho English. Thoy arc all standing  together throughout good or evil  report, and tire compelling the admiration of the world. It also lias  .shown, in a most amusing manner,  the strength of tho imperialist idea,  liaA-ing done much in welding the  colonies into a A'oritable empire."  The article, however, disapproves  of the plan of lord Roberts to treat  , the Boers as rebels and it censures  llndyard Kipling for encouraging  the British to deal with them still  more harshly, despite the fact that  England never fought a moic  gallant foe. Jn conclusion, it declares that Cecil Rhodes, after his  an ival in London, will decide the  i'ate of the Boers.  The question xif damages for delaying and searching German vessels in South African waters is still  pending between England aud Ger-  ma'ny. The precise amounts to be  awarded each vessel hits not yet  been settled, excepting in the case  of the Bans Wagner, whose owners  will receive 150,000 marks, but the  negotiations are being carried on iu  the best spirit by both sides and  will soon come to a satisfactory  ending.  Dr. Krummachcr and Dr. Sim-  mard, military surgeons, who havo  just returned from the British  camps in South Africa, speak in  commendation of the sauitaiy arrangements there. They deny that  dum dum or other torturing bullets  are used by tho British, and assert  they did not witness a single instance of the actual breach of a rule  of the Red Cross Society. They  Wui'-mako a report to the German  war office. _  be in times of disturbances in  China. Similarly the warships of  the European powers have looked  after the protection of the Americans as well as of their own people  dining the operations of any of the  Chinese secret societies. But in  each case the rule has been observed, that the United States was  acting on its own motion, and  therefore it can be stated that in  tho present instance the commander  of the "Wheeling will act on directions from his own government  without being a party to any international demonstration.  PREPARING  THE  ADVANCE  BOERS FORCED TO RETREAT  Fighting at  Warrenton.  Loxnox, March 21.���The only  news from South Africa showing  activity on either side comes from  Warrenton, north of Kimberley,  where desultory firing occurred all  day Sunday, resulting in the retreat of the Boers towards Christi-  ania under shell fire. The progress  of this column towards Mafeking  has either almost entirely ceased or  is forbidden .to be mentioned in the  dispatches. Nothing new comes  from colonel Plumer, and Mafeking  apparently still awaits relief.  Embezzler Arrested.  Victoria^ March 21.2-JTaiues God-  dard, i'or sonic time past  employed  ��h clerk at  tho  Central  hotel, was  arrested  yesterday   afternoon   by  detectives Palmei and  Perdue on a  warrant issued  in ' Hamilton,  Ontario, for embe/.jdoment in that city  to the   extent *oJ" $5500.     About a  mouth ago chief jof police Laugley  received   a    communication   from  chief of polipe Ale* Smith of Hamilton, giving  a" full  description  of  one      James   - Cull,    -who      wf\s  wanted       iu      that       city       for  embezzlement, and  an  Inquiiy  as  to  whether he   could   be  located  in   Victoria.    The  chief   and  local  detectives located a man answeriug  the   description, but aaIioso name  was supposed to be Goddaid. ' The  Hamilton chief of police  was uoti-  ged  of this,  and ' yesterday  chief  Langley received a warrant for the  arrest.    When  accosted "by the detectives as CulJ he denied such was  his name.    lie denied that he wtis  ever in Hamilton aud averred that  -lie _was~ fronriiifstralia��� Finally,  however, he admitted that lie had  engaged  in   business  in Hamilton  under the name  of James Cull, although   ho   maintained    that   his  name was Goddaid.  agree-  Base-  Ilart,  Baseball Agreement,  CufCAOO, March 21.���The  ment between the American  ball League and James A.  president Of tho Chicago National  League team, whereby tho American league is allowed to place a  team in Chicago without opposition from the national league, will  not be foinially signed by president  Hart for ��overal daysvthough there  appears uoav to be no doubt that  an American league team will bo  seen hero this summer. "President  Hart said today that the agreement  ���will bo sent to each member of the  American league for his signature,  before being presented for his own  'signature. Until that time lhe  exact terms of the agreement will  ���not be made knoA\*n,  Wreck Near Frisco.  Sax Fuaxcisco, California, March  20.���Word has beeu received in this  city that the British ship, City of  Florence, bound from Yoquique for  San Francisco with a large car of  nitre i^ ashore at Half Moon Bay,  within 200 yards of the scene of the  wreck of the steamer New York,  which went ashore near Half Moon  Bay two years ago. The vessel is a  total -wreck and is breaking up  fast. It is believed that the crew  is safe. Residents up the coast  from Half Moou Bay report that  two boats filled with men were  seen early today headed for 'San  Francisco.  Steamers to be Inspected:.'  Victoria,' March 21. ���Orders  haA'e been receiA-ed from Ottawa  that, until further orders, steamers  from San Francisco'to'British Columbia ports must call at William  Head quarantine and pass a daylight inspection. As they often arrive during the night this AAlll in-  A'olve considerable delay, but the  precaution is considered necessary  to prevent the introduction of the  bubonic plague.  Have Hogged It AIL  Vancouver, March 21.���Au important ruling Avas received today  from the secretary of the treasury  at Washington "by the collector of  customs in Vancouver. This was  to the effect that in the future no  American goods Avill be alioAved to  go north in Canadian vessels to  Skagway for local consumption  there Avithout payment of the regular duties.   German Naval Arrangements.  Bgrmx, March 21.���From the  _coming_ siimmer German y__will_in-  ciease the number of her vessels  stationed abroad from' 10 to 21,  China getting 9 instead of 6, and  tho United Scates coast getting  three instead of one. The new arrangement Avill also involve sending  three warships to South Africa.  Military Situation Unchanged.  Loxnox, March 22.-4:12 a.m.���  Several telegrams have passed between president Kruger and the  British government in addition to  tho Salisbury-Kruger correspondence already published. The foreign office received a di&patch from  Pretoria yesterday. The contents  of these communications cannot yet  be obtained.  So far as the military situation is  concerned there is practically no  change. Lord Roberts is quietly  making preparations for the next  move. As necessary to a beginning,  generals Gatacre and Brabant are  swiftly moving from a point in the  southern districts of the Free  State, dispersing or accepting  the surrender of any remaining  Boers, thus insuring the safety of  lord Roberts' communications before starting towards Pretoria. A  correspondent of the Daily News at  Springfontein, describing the movements, says:  "General Gatacre is sweeping  through the country like a cyclone,  Avith flying columns in all directions. His SAvif tness and strategy  have proved, of inestimable value to  lord Roberts. The rebuilding of  the railway bridge at Norval's Pont  will occupy tAvo months. The temporary bridge Avill be completed in  about ten days. Meanwhile supplies are transported by an aerial  tramway across the gap. These  ���works necessarily delay the providing of supplies for the adA'auco."  Lord Methuen's movements north  of Kimberley are bolieA'ed. to be a  prelude to the gathering of a column of 20,000 men, Avith Kimberley  as a base, to strike eastward from  Fourteen Streams into the Transvaal.  The long and anxiously awaited  neAvs of the relief of Mafeking has  not yet been received. Mr. Schreiner, the Cape premier, has .-.granted  the request of the mayor of Cape  Town that a public holiday' be proclaimed throughout the colony on  the relief of Mafeking.  Mausers for the Boers."  'New York, March 21.���Two gun  dealers in this city have completed  arrangements for Jthe shipment  from the armory at ��� Springfield,  Massachusetts, of ten thousand  Mauser rifles and 5,000,000 rounds  of Mauser ammunition, bought  from tho Avar department last week.  A large part of tho Mansers, it is  said, Avill be shipped to Antwerp or  Amsterdam, which are the tAvo  largest markets in the Avorld for  munitions of Avar. Some of the  rifles will find their way into South  Africa, where arms are greatly  wanted in the various rebellions.  Playing Their Own Hand.  Washington, March 21.���The  fact that the state department has  consistently, throughout the many  uprisings in China necessitating the  presence of foreigu warships adhered to its policy of acting alone  is quoted here as sufficient to indicate the error in the statement connecting the presence of the gunboat  Wheeling Avith an international demonstration. It is pointed out that  "in the past United States warships  have undertaken to protect all Caucasians,  European and   American,  Cecil Rhodes Sails.  _������..,    r     ,       Cape   Toavx,    March   21.���Cecil  rear the port iu which they might I Rhodes sailed for England today.   '  Going to Russia.  Loxnox, March 22.���The Cape  Town correspondent of the Morning  Post says: ''On the best authority  I learn that the real objective of  tlio Fisher-Wilmarans deputation is  Russia. I also.hear that they have  taken aAvay till the sceiet incriminating documents from Pretoria, thus  nuiking it difficult to 'implicate  Steyn aud the bundites."  A Disloyal Council.  . Dujirjx, March 21.���Tho North  Dublin district council today de  feated a motion in faAror of the  presentation of an address to the  queen on her forthcoming visit to  Ireland.      Two Colonies Infected.  MEionoruxrc, Australia, March 21.  ���Sydney, the capital of Noav South  Wales, and Adelaide, the capital of  South Australia, have been declared  infected with the bubonic plague.  J. P. Rockefeller Dead.  New Yoriv, March 21.���Former  assemblyman John P. Rockefeller  died suddenly at his home here today from heart disease. He AA'as 71  years of age.  Guam's New  Governor.  Washington, March 21.���Lieutenant-commander Seaton Sehroe-  der, secretary of the naval inspection -board,���has-been- selected- to  succeed captain Leary as naval  governor of the island of Guam.  Commander Schroeder had applied  foi and had been promised governorship of the island of Tutuili, but  the administration of affairs of  Guam is believed to be more desirable, and many of the difficulties  have already boon removed through  captain Leary. The navy department expects a great future for  Guam in a commercial Avay.  Afraid of the Censor.  CrJDVKi.AXP, Ohio, March 21.���As  a result of the movement recently  inaugurated in the city against the  presentation of certain plays, the  engagement of Mrs. Langtry, Avho  Avas billed to open -at the Euclid  avenue opera house on April 2nd in  "The Degenerates" has beou cancelled. The police authorities sov-  eraL days ago announced that a  censor, would bo present at tho iirst  performance of "The Degenerates"  Avith f nil authority [to order the  curtain rung down should any thing  objectionable be said or done on  the stage.  and honor. Osman Pasha, veteran  of tAvo Avars, the latest betAA-een  Turkey and Greece, was one of tho  best generals in Europe and the  mainstay of the Turkish army in  times of Avar. He aa'.is famous for  his fighting qualities, but his reputation as a strategist AA'as also excellent.  COMMISSIONS IN THE ARMY  For Australians.  Loxnox, March 22.���The Melbourne correspondent of the Times  says: "Tho governor of South  Australia has received from Mr.  Chamberlain a . ?tclegram to the  effect that the -British Avar office  ivill offer 111 commissions to Australians in the infantry and Royal  Horso Artillery.  The Times, commenting upon the  Melbourne dispatch, says : "This  important and'wise decision to give  commissions iu the army to Australians Avill naturally be extended  to the other * colonies who  have ' so nobly and generously helped us in the AA'ar.  It cannot be doubted that the  government's action- Avill be highly  appreciated. It is a graceful recognition of splendid services freely  done to the cor/ynon cause under  the common flag The offer of commissions is only a^ step, and not a  very great one, to a consummation  which all loyal British subjects ardently desire, but it is a significant  step Avhich may be pregnant Avith  consequences of the utmost moment  to us all."  Steyn Kruger's Tool.  London, March 22.���A Daily  Chronicle correspondent at Bloemfontein, telegraphing Tuesday,  March 20th, says:-"The civil government has been reorganized. J.  A. Collins, under /secretary of the  interior, has been-appointed land-  rost. Steyn is ^regarded as guilty  of fatuity I but not influenced by  despotism. He-nas iihvays- Kruger's toQl. Lt has.^een rumored he  has reaped financial"benefit from  this connection, but the report is  not substantiated. Mr. Fischer  played the part of Steyn's Mephistophelean ____  Negotiating Not Fighting.  London, March ,21.���The Cape  Town correspondent of the Daily  Mail, telegraphing Tuesday, March  20th, says: *'I haA'e just arrived  from Bloemfontein AvbcreJT learned  that no further movement is probable i'or three Aveeks, as negotiations are proceeding. I failed to  ascertain the nature of the negotiations, or whether sir Alfred Mil-  ner's departure from Cape Toavii is  connected with them, but I should  not be surpiised il* tho war* collapsed."  THE OUTLOOK FOR THE YEAR  Is Most Encouraging.  The outlook for the year is most  encouraging,   as far as Nelson  is  concerned.    A concerted attempt is  being made, for political purposes  only, to make  it appear that the  country is likely to be ruined, all  because a few mine managers and  political wire-pullers arc opposing  the men avIio belieA'e that the eight-  hour day has come to stay as far as  underground work in mines is concerned.0   Inquiries  among business  men, avIio are not of the Conseiwa-  tiAre persuasion, elicit the information that business is good in Nelson.  The manager of one large concern  said one day this Aveek :    "Business  is good ; far better than I expected  it  Avould   be."    Builders   say  the  outlook is fully aS good as it Avas at  this time last  year      Yet,  at this  time last year, the eight-hour law  for underground workers in mines  AA'as  not a subject of   discussion.  Real estate dealers claim that there  is   a   fair   business   in  tlieir  line.  When the situation is summed up,  it is in brief :    The  man  avIio has  faith in the country aud iu themselves   knoAV that   the  eight-hour  question would  havo  beeu  settled  six months ago had it not been for  a half dozen  political mine  managers at Nelson and Kaslo.     Byron  N. White, manager  of  the Slocan  Star mine, says politics and not the  eight-hour day, is at the bottom of  the   trouble  in   the  Slocau.     The  Mining Record of Ottawa, the organ  of the Canadian Institute of Mining   Engineers,    saj'S   that    overcapitalization     and     incompetent  management,  and  not   the  eight-  hour laAV, caused the suspension of  Avork at  the War  Eagle  mine at  Rossland.    The  Mining  Review of  London, the organ of the promoting  class of mine operators,  says  that  tho   eight-hour   law   had  nothing  whatever'to' do with  the closing  down of. the Hall Mines, Limited,  at' Nelson. . NotAA'ithstauding  the  opinions of these eminent authorities, there are  people avIio believe i  the country has gone to the dogs; I  yet   today there are more mines  actually being worked in this pio\r-  inee than ovei before in its history.  .     NELSON  LOCAL  NEWS.  creek, up stream to the headAvaters  of that creek, across Euos A'alley to  the headwaters of the West Fork,  down to the San Poil river aud up  stream to Republic. The nearest  railwaypoint to the Republic camp  at present is the C. P. R. depot at  Grand Forks, AA'heuce the major  portion of the supplies are now  hauled in by Avagon.  The advance agent of the Louise  Brehany Ballad and Opera Concert  Company is in town and is negotiating for a date Avith the management of the opera house. The company includes Miss Louise Brehany,  Miss Jessie Monroe, and Miss Olga  Schmoll, W. G. Lau\'let, L. J. Mintz  and Forrest D. Carr, all of whom  come exceedingly Avell recommended by the press of the United  States., Should, a performance be  given here, it Avill be Avell worth  seeing.  During the past Aveek the C. P. R.  has handled an unusually large  amount of freight business. The  through shipments seem to be  coming along with a rush, and local  consignments are larger and more  numerous than has. ever been the  case at this juncture.  The neAV premises of the Bank of  Montreal aro rapidly Hearing completion, and Avill be ready for occupation within a couple of weeks at  the most. All the outside work  and carpentering is finished, and  tho building is now in the hands of  the painters. The building has  been under A\'ay rather longer than  AA-as anticipated, but Avhen the  staff moves in they Avill have the  finest offices in Nelson.  KUSK0N00K BURNED DOWN  Osman Pasha Dead.  Constantinople, March 21.- Osman Pasha is .dead. His death is  announced in a dispatch received  here today from Constantinople.  According to the dispatch, Avhen  the sultan hoard of his death, he  exclaimed: "Allah i.s unmerciful.  He has deprived me of my honest,  true friend and most valiant supporter." All the members of the  diplomatic,qcn'ps called at the house  of the dead^igeneral today. The j tingent, is reported as recovering  body will be interred with all pomp rat Wynburg hospital. *  Boer Army May he Trapped.  London, March 22.���A dispatch  to the Standard fiom Bloemfontein,  dated Thursday, March 21 st, says :  "Four thousand-TransA'aalei -j"froin  Colesburg trekked on Saturday  and Sunday to the north east,  going by way of the Basutoland  border. They Avill probably be  caught"atf one of the passes. A  striking feature of the advance on  Bloemfontein, was tin: abandonment of our communications at  Topiar Grove."  Thanking the Sailors.  Bi.ok.Mfoxtkix, March 21.���Lord  Roberts, Avhile inspecting tlio naval  brigade on tho plain outside tho  tOAvn in the presence1 of many of  the townspeople, addressed the  men, thanking tliom for the excellent AA'ork they had done in the  course of the campaign. lie wished  good luck to lho->e aa'Iio Avere about  to rejoin tlieir ships, and expressed  the hope that the others Avould be  present at the entry into Pretoria.  Fight Will be Desperate.  London. March 22.���A dispatch  to the Daily Mail from Pretoria,  dated Monday, March 10th, says :  "President Kruger returned from  Kroonstaadt yesterday. He says  the fight in the Free State Avill be  desperate. I am informed that the  TransA'aal government has taken  no resolution to destroy mines or  property as a last resort."  Canadian Contingent News.  Kingston, March 21,���Gunners  Lawlor and McGregor of B battery,  are reported as deserters. Lieutenant Caldwell of Lpuark, Avho  AA'as wounded in battle with other1  members of tho'first Canadian con-  Taylor & Hannington issued, a  writ yesterday on behalf of Adams  , <fc Burns against i��chvin Cummings,  all the parties, residing in Kaslo.  The suit is an action to recover,  .$1100 for goods delivered.  'Captain C. S. Moore and A\ife loft  last night for San Francisco, Avhence  they Avill go to New York and sail  for Liverpool.  A city employee has filled in the  section of Railway street Avhich  slid down hill during tho, soft  Aveather. Tho impro\rernent in the  street, which is used for heavy  teaming, is very marked.  " Theveportf ifrnislied TheTiTiIutnk  regarding the formation of the Imperial Development Syndicate Avas  Avas enonoous in seA'eral particulars.  Tho capital of the syndicate AA'hich  is,as stated,.*? 100,000, is divided into  $1000 shares. There is no provision  AviHi logard to calls, the Avhoie  capital being immediately available  for tho operations of tho company  whenoA'cr it i= required. The syndicate for tlio most part represents  Kas'tcrn capitalists, the majority of  the stock being held'down east.  The shares set apart for local men  havo already been o\'er subscribed  and no more .shares arc obtainable  locally. A. II. Graccy left last  night for Toronto on business cnn-  nectcd with the syndicate."  William Feinie, after avIioju the  toAvn in East Kootenay is named,  has announced himself as a candidate for Hast Kootenay in the next  provincial elections. His platform  lias not as yet been given out.  SeA'eral transactions 'Avere booked  at the mining'recorder's office yesterday. Among these were a transfer of a qu.'irter interest in the  Minnie mineral claim, situate south  of JIall creek, from C. Lindeman to  F. Simpson, and the Cuba, North  Star, and Myrtle claims, south of  Hall creek, fiom J. II. P. Poole to  F. Simpson,  ft is announced that the contract  for the construction of the Wenat-  chcuextension of the Great Northern  into Republic has been let. Generally speaking, the loutc of the extension, its recently ���surveyed, will  be from Woimtchoe up tho east-  bank of the Columbia to the Okano-'  gaiij up that .stream to Bonaparte  Mr. and Mrs. Charles Dundee of  Rossland are spending a feAV days  in the city.  II. A. Stuart, aa'Iio is at present  in the Ciickmay hospital, AA'as A'ery  much better yesterday, and hopes  to be out again today or tomorrow.  Bar silver is uoav quoted in New  York at 00 cents per ounce. Silver  has only to remain, at that figure  and the Slocan will have a bumper  year.    -    .' ...   _   __  - E. H. Cuddy of Winnipeg was in  the city yesterday introducing the  local C. P. R. officials, to the ton-  mileage system, which is to take  effect here shortly.  The hand-painted fire screen  rallied at the Hotel Phair last night  Avas drawn by chief Thompson of  the fire department,. Avho held  ticket No.' 131.  A warrant Avas issued last night  for a young man named Summers  at the instance of the proprietor of  the Model restaurant. The charge  is that the young man was implicated in the disappearance of a  purse containing $25 in bank notes.  Summers had been working on the  C. P. R. up to last night. AA'hen he  drew hi.s pay and packed his valise,  lie" OAved the Model restaurant a  board bill of $50, aud as the purse  mentioned disappeared about the  same time that he left the building,  the fact Avas regarded as more than  a coincidence-and���action- taken atone o.    An Alaskan Scandal.  Washington, March 21.���Upon  the authority of the governor of  Alaska. Mr. Turner (Washington)  marie the statement in tho senate  today that concessions for gold  mining in the lied of the sea near  Cape Nome, Alaska, had boon  granted by the secretary of Avar,  and upon that statement he based  a resolution of inquiry. Senator  Turner said if Mich a grant had  been made it wan "a> scheme, a reproach aiul a scandal," Tho resolution whs* agreed to.  Boers at St. Helena.   _  London, March 21. Colonel Chil-  lice of the army service corps Avill  sail for the island of St. Helena to-  morroAv in order to make the necessary accommodations for general  Cronje and cither banished Boers.  It i�� still doubtful Avhether all tho  prisoners Avill be sent there, owing  to the feud betAveen the Transvaal -  ets and Free Staters. If all the  Boers are sent there, a considerable  iucicase in tho strength of the garrison is projected.  Boers Used Foul Bullets.  LadvsmitH,   March   21.���It   has  been ascertained  that the  accidental removal of stones covering some  Boer graA'cs after the fight at  Pie-  tor's hill on February 28th revealed  thousands  of split and  soft-nosed  bullet*.    Princess Christian's hospi-  ital train arrived this  morning.    It  'was. ���tba first   tiairi  over the neAV  tCoIenso   bridge".      Tho   railroad  is_  ���now open   to  Klaudslangtc, whore'  ��the camp has been established.  .  Everything Wiped Out.  The toAvn of Kiiskonook was  practically destroyed by fire yesterday. At 1 o'clock a.m. a blaze  broke out, and spread from house  to house until the Avhole toAvn AA'as  in flames. "What means for extinguishing the fire AA'ere at hand  proved altogether inadequate, and  today only three buildings are left  standing on the townsite. These  areT?edro Cherbo's hotel and tAA'o  residences.  It is estimated that there AA'ere  at least 35 houses in Kuskonook,  many of Avhich were unoccupied.  The buildings were dry OAving to  the continued dry AA-eather and  burned like tinder.  So rapidly did the fire spread  through the toAvn that the majority  of the residents failed to save their  belongings in consequence of which  many of them are quite destitute.  The report from the toAA'u is that a  number of the citizens need clothing  badly, and the suggestion has been  made that some measure of relief  should be extended. The steamer  Alberta ran into Kuskonook yesterday morning and fed a number  of the residents. It is stated that  the total amount of food left in the"  toAvn is only sufficient for a day or.  tAVO.  The binned buildings included  the post ollice, which Avas totally  destroyed, and the registry office.  I The papers belonging to the latter  office were stoAved away iu a safe  and saved.  The origin of the fire is thought  to haA'e been incendiary.  The loss occasioned by thc^ fire is  placed'at $15,000,.with no insurance,  Monthly Report of a Mine.  The following is the result of  operations at the Athabasca mill  for the month of .February as reported by manager Fell :   ���  JIill run, ".7 <ti} ���. .md 11 hours.  Number of tons crushed, 317.  V.iluo at bullion i-ccovorpcl, $0,511.VI.-  Grew    value    ot   concent ititca    iccorcrcil,  ?1 m X.  Tol.tl A.iluo^rccoveied, $11,312.09.  Toi.il \aluej, recovered per ion of ore-crushed,  The manager reports that tlio  recent labor ihury has not troubled  the compauy at all; a few men left,  but no difficulty has been experienced in filling their places.  Going Back to Minnesota.  More than half the men imported  from the iron 'mines in Minnesota  to AA'ork in tho silver-lead mines in -  the Slocan have either been discharged or quit of their oavu tie-  cord. They arc not proving to be  profitable workers ; aud, more, they  find that the people among avIioui  they aro compelled to associate are  not all neighborly. Twelve from  the Payne Avent south on Tuesday.  They had'tickets for the town in  Minnesota from whence they came.  Are Out for the "Stuff."  ���A -month ago there Avns-nob~~a ~  Conservative party-line politician  in Nelson aa'Iio avouUI admit thac  the eight-hour law could be repealed. Today there ii not one of  them but who would repeal tho  laAV if he had a chance. This i.-. the  price of the mine owners' support  The mine owners will put up on  one condition only, and that condition has been accepted by the  party-line machine meu. Tin1 machine men say that money, not  principles, "makes the mare go."  The Hall Mines Smelter.  In view of tin1 statement in Tiik  Triuuxk that Messrs, Gooderham 6c  Blaekstock avc re after tho I hill  Mines smelter, the Roaslnnd Miner  interviewed J. li. Hastings, managing director of the War Kagle  company. It wns elicited that Mr.  Hastings recently made a thorough  examination of the SiK'er King and  of the smelter, but he declined to  speak as to the import of his inspection. ^         Pott3 in the Cabinet.  The Rossland'Record is authority  for the statement that Joe Martin  has offered the portfolio of finance  minister to George A. Stewart Potts,  who is still considering that offer.  Mr. Potts is an eX-iio\v<*papor man,  and is now the junior member iu  the law firm of Tupper, Peters <fc  Potts of Vancouver.  Limerick Loyal.  Lnn.'RiCK, March 21.���At a public meeting held in Limerick thi9  afternoon a resolution to present an  address* to the queen during her  visit to Ireland Avas enthusiasli-  jcally adopted. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C THURSDAY,  MARCH 22 1900  Iv  \w  'I  1  II  ft  I A,  J'4  I  |,s-  fc.  I  Yesterday was a record breaker in our Ladies'Ready-to-wear Department.. The tailor made  suits at. ibe prices advertised made a decided bit. Kveryone wa.s greatly ])leased and tbe sales  were most, gratifying to us. U't will Keep the ball rolling by giving you an opportunity to secure  summer goods at ligures that are .surprisingly low.  TIIL'KHHAY SI'KCIAl.S���AVhite pique and duck skirk.s plain or trimmed. Anniversary sale  prices, ��l.3.->, ?1.S0, $2.23, ?2.7f>, $-'.!��, S3 15.  I.inen crash skins, plain or trimmed, anniversary sale specials $1.33, ?1.".">, S-, $U.;>0.  Tailor made black skirts in black lustre, bouele. serge, crcpon and mattilis.se ell'eots, anniversary sale specials. $2.:��\ S3, $X:V). SI, .?l.2;j. $->.5n.  Ltidies" bloiisc.-. specials for Thursday, t��e, !Wc, SLID. ?l..V>, ��1.(10, S1.7S, ?2.(V>.  Ladies'capes, the latest styles, .<?.">, S.S..'iO. ��10, $l.r>, anil upwards.  Parasols, i'.'ili sample parasols, no two handles alike, extra special values, ��1, 81.25, $1.50, ��1.75  ��2, C<2.2.->, ��2.50. ��.'i.  These goods aro all this season's buying and the prices advertised will only have ollcct during  oar anniversary sale.  & Co.  Don't Smoke a Cheap Pipe  IMaakanzieJCaaTiidiggLl  See   THURMAN, Tobaeeonist.  It  is  difficult  for  the  ordinary  mortal to folIoAV the curves of the  practicing  politician.     In  convention the Conservatives of Kootenay  declared for party linos; that   is  they declared for Avhat they termed Liberal-Conservative principles,  whether hold by professed Liberals  or professed   Conservatives.     The  resolution committing them to this  course Avas moved by D. B. Bogle of  -    liossland, and its preamble set out  that the organization of the present  Liberal-Conservative   party   could  ���   foa traced to a crisis in the  history  of the Dominion Avhich called for  .the union oi* the best men of both  parties.      The     resolution     we,nt  through Avith a rush, and none appeared to notice that it did   not  harmonize Avith the admitted vieAvs  of-the delegates for a straight party  division.    The next heard   of the  "resolution is at Vancouver -where  F.  C. Cotton ,Avas endeavoring to  dissuade the Conservatives of that  .  city from dividing upon party lines.  It  Avill    appear  strange  that   the  same subject-matter should be used  for advancing* clirectly antagonistic  view's. - JYfr.   Cotton   agreed   Avith  them that there existed a provincial  crisis at present.    It vras such that  they should accept the cooperation  of Liberals wlso agreed Avith them.  Was  iiot  their name Liberal-Conservative, and had not their great  '   leader,~~sir"~Jolui'^Iaccloiraldj^iveir  ', them their precedent in the formation of the present party?   It cannot be denied that from the premises Mr. Cotton Avas  moro logical  than were tho ConsorA'ativesin convention in this city, but they turn-  '   ed his proposition doAvn aud at the  v same time endorsed the Netaon convention's action in.passing virtually  tho same resolution.  Tiik editor of the iMiucr is a man  of resource in the manufacture of  s'a-ider.    He alone, of all the citizens  of  XHhon,  has  discoveied   a  sinister  plot on   the part of mayor  Houston    in   the    failure   of    Mr.  Mini roe, Mr. Kelly aud Mr. If or ton  to secure corporation Avork.    Overlooking  the  fact  that'there  AA'ero  luoro men offering than there Avere  places to fill, aud that charity organizations and others solicited employment Tor  deserving cases, the  Miner seized upon the circumstance,  that Mr. Munroo, Mr. Kelly and Mr.  Horton  failed   to   secure   employment, as conclusive  evidence that  mayor Houston gave transients employment for the sole purpose of  Avay of his ambition. This is Avhat  a disappointed man considers fair  criticism of a public man in municipal affairs.  It    would   bo    idle    for   mayor  Houston to expect to please everybody.    A feAV days ago he AA'as approached by one of D. J. Beaton's  sons, Avho  requested him  to   give  employment to  a   man   avIio   had  tramped  over the  city in a  vain  search  for  work.    The   mayor accepted  Mr. Beaton's  story that it  Avas a deserving case and the desired  employment  was  sound.    It   may'  have been that the man who secured the privilege of earning a =m'eal  AA'as a transient, but this did not  reflect discredit upon Mr. Beaton in  endeavoi ingto secure work for him,  or upon mayor Houston in furnishing it.    Even a transcient must eat.  But, it appears that Mr. Beaton's  father,    Avhose   bile 'discolors   the  Miner, sees.in such actions a hideous  plot on the part of mayor Houston  to stuff a voters' list.    In such an  event lie must count" his sou as a  <party to tho plot. ���  Tub Liberal leaders of Victoria  appear to'be almost a unit iu their  opposition to the introduction of  party lines. Among those who  have come out openly in opposition-  to the scheme are E. V. Bodwell,  Gordon Hunter, colonel Gregory  and Dr. Milne. The Conservatives  do not appear to be so pronounced,  blftainong tliein are Charles Liigrin  of the Colonist and ox-speaker IX  \V. Higgins,  Thr Vancouver World is meeting  Avith more or less difficulty in keeping out of the political rut of former  years. It has SAvallowed Joseph  Martin and his platform, eight-hour  hnv aud all, but it still remains for  tho World to sandbag F. C. Carter-  Cotton. To do this the World  charges Cotton AVith incompetency,  and^ cites the eight-hour law as  among tho things for which Cotton  iinust be ansAverable, No paper but  the World could denounce Cotton  for enacting the eight-hour laav, aud  at the same time applaud Martin  for defending it.  ity of the marriages Avhich his  minister licensed. Ontario has had  party goA'ernment for OA'er a quarter of a century, yet the other day  Avithin three of half the members  of Ontario's legislature, by their  votes, declared that tho government  of thb day secured and AA'as maintaining oflicc by election frauds.  Iv the  officers  and  members of  the    miners'    unions    throughout  Kootenay Avere as much at fault as  the  Nelson   Miner AA'ould   haA'e its  readers  believe,  it   Avould  not   be  necessary   for   tho   editor  of   the  Miner to daily publish falso statements  concerning the unions, and  from    these   premises   sIioav   just  Avhere the unions are at fault.    The  Miner   says   that   the   miners    of  Kootenay are the slaves of union  officers in Butte.    The local officers  have repeatedly denied this.    They  manage their oavii affairs as completely as any other local union of  an  international  order.    It  therefore becomes a matter of veracity  betAA'een the officers of the local unions and the editor of the Miner as  to whether the miners know more  concerning the   working   of their  own union than does the subsidized  editor of the mine managers.  &  <H* - i* ���** -** ���<** - ** ���** - 2* -** ��� & ���**  KV'^v'H.'V'V'V-V-'V^ .NsKt ���*��>*.  ��� fi*' fi*  =!!&���  Mr   ����*��***���*��������:��*&  iff  SEND  FOR  SAMPLES  *S53.33:53 *3:-3*33 &  tty  m  i��  f  it  !��>  if  **^^S& *Z8��35&. -*33��-<��85* ^��5��>��a5j�� ^S5*-*sgs> -��s&-^�� ���*&!_ <&  ��� 00- fS����- 00' 00- 00- 00- fi*- 00 ��� fi*- fi*- 00- fi*' 00'fiB/,  sfeeeeeseese  Ladies'  Mackintoshes  Latest Styles  %S:-533333:-33:-3  m  m  w  iff  Hi  iff  Hi  NEW   SPRINQ    GOODS  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  Vi/  If the men in high authority have any doubt  as to tbe serious condition ol* affairs in the Kooto-  na\s a \ isit to Xelson and the neighboring towns  ju&t now would afl'oul an opportunity of securing  the most com in< ing pioof.  The aboA'e is from David Mark  Carley's Economist. The only business affair that has reached an  acute stage iu Nelson is one that  concerns the editor of the Economist. He is in doubt as to which  way to jump politically. This is a  serious business for David Mark,  but no one else in Nelson is worrying about it.  \lir  iff  \*/  iff  Hi  Hi  Hi  !'S BAY  COMPANY.  iff  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Wash Dress Goods  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 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 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.  iff  iff  iff  Shirt Waists and Wrappers  JUSTIN  We have opened up and are marking the  largest" stock  of Wash  Shirt Waists  and  Wrappers ever received in Nelson.   Right in *AV  style and right in price.            ,. - D *t*  Black and Navy Serge $3 to $12.50. W  Black Brillanteen, plain and fancy, $2.50 __\g  to $9. W  ==========^^ Hf  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.  NEW  Ladies  iff  Hi  and Children's  Cashmere IJose  ^��-&S-g-S-S-6-&S-fS-S-t'*-  DAILY  ^.3:33:33:3:3:3:33:3:3^  The  Latest  Neckwear  m  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Sli  Xti  xti  ^eees********^  -^N^'^ ^^ ^^ ^5^ ^^�� ^S^ ^^S^S^ ^S "*' 0^'0m' - ** '** ��� ** -0*'0* '0* - 0" '0* .0* .00.00.0*. 0* . J��&.  'fi*'00-0*-fi*-fi*-00-fi*-00-fi*-fi*-0*>-00-0*%0*'0*'0*'fi*        ^^^"2:-^"5;->5.-^ ^:^^^5-���r-^-^-^-S^-^'-Ss'  z��gi_z?  INCORPORATED 1670.  oss, Lee & Taylor  BAKER STR1IET, XELSON  (Gcoj-go V. Jlotion'o old sUmd)  Seville  Oranges  for  Marmalade  3X  Flour, Peed, &paio, lay  AND PRODUCE  Gar Lots a Specialty  Correspondence Solicited  Phone 20  Hudson's Bay Stores  TELEPHONE 13  stnfiiiig some voters' lists. The  editor of the Miner clinches his case  by saying that the mayor's action  ���would be i'mudulcui of coui.se, but j  Thk politicians who are advocating the introduction of federal party  lines would have the people believe,  that a   move of  this   kind would  remedy all the defects of provincial  government, and even change men's  natures.    That it is not so is evidenced  by the  province of  Manitoba.      Throughout   the   province  there are none, but supporters of  premier Macdonald, who will agree  that his government, is a. good thing  foi* the province, and so bitter are  his opponents, that in order to dis-  Garden  Seeds  Canada Drug & Book Co,  We are ready for your gardening. Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lawn Grass and White Clover.  Palace IV}eat !V|arkvet  Headquarters  for all kinds of -  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  A fcifairo will be made of lhe poultry and  jjanie trade. Thoj will always l)c on hand during their .season.  J. L. PORTER, Prop.  109 Josephine St., between En ker and Vernon.  Telephone 159.  The Latest Waif Papers  .   BORDERS AKD MOULDiNCS  iWwUsMm  Vernon Street, Nelson.  Brown & Co.  200 BAKER STREET  Prices same as Eastern  Catalogues  Canada Drag & Book Co,  Wo aro now opening up lhe Lir^ost slock of  w.ill papers. bouiursRiiamouldings over rccencrt  in Nelson. Wupmcluiscfl dheol, from tlio Montreal intpoilui'M, and ljavi; therofoie the ItUcstdo-  siffiiH and closeM piiccs. Special<iudUiUdhsto llio  Undo.  s  F. J. Bradley & Cd.  I'AINTKKS AND WKCOIIA'IOIW  Corner VlolorU ami Josephine Wheels, Nelson.  REMOVAL SALE.  XVo hiivc moved into the Ilall block, and wi.l  be jilea'jccl to meet all our customcis and f l lends.  ���\Vu coidiallj invite you to give us a call. You  ���\vill find our goods maikodalriuieksclliiiKpiices.  This stock includes Ready-to-wear Clothing,  Furnishings HaU and Cap.s, Booti and Shoes.  2(i1 Baker Streefc,-  llall block  BROWN & CO.  . Robie  NKLSON  elson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Spuci.il attention given to family trade  '"ffir^ek      FBANK A. TAMBLYM  Nelson, 11. G. man \ar.jt  adds that mayor Houston  would j creclic Mux and Ms government the  stick at no fraud if It stands In the ] question was raised as to the valid-  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Rccs, Fancy Kvcrgiecns  Magnola", Unlbs, new crop lesltd seeds, fort-piin^  planting. I..ug0!.t. and mo^t coniplciu Htoek in  Western Canada. <'all and make jour selections  or ."-end for catn rogue. Addiesa nt the winery t  froundK and gi-et fiihouse.  M. 3. HKNItY.  3006 WesUriinslcr Koad, Vancouver. B. C.  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NKLSON. B. C.  i  A boaiding and 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 lesidunlial portions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible fiom all parts of the city.  The course of si udy includes the f inula mental  and higher brancliet. of thorough English education: llnsincss course���boot keeping, stonog-  laphy and typewriting. Science course���music;  vocal and instrumental, drawing, etc. Plain art  and needlework, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to tho Sister  Superior,  Lethbridge Oalt Goai  The best value for the money iu tho maiket  for all purposes.  tkiims cash      XV. P. Tikjcnkv, General Agent  Telephone U7.    Oflicc with C. D. J. Christie.  FASHIONABLE  TAILOR,  Workmanship and  quality of goods %  best obtainable  Opposite Silver King Hotel, llaker street, Nelson  CUT PRICES IS THE  ORDER OF TIIE DAY  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, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Teranda Posts, Store Fronts,- Doors,.  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere.  i  iti  iti  iti  Xti  Xti  iti  iti  Hi  son  aw and Planing  And I want to bo in It, I havo just 'received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a ��50,000 stock to choose from made to  your order at prices never before heard of m Nelson. All the latest fads in Fancy Vestings for  Fall and wintor.  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest prices. jKoorns 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  Ofllce nnd JVTiIls cornor Hnll and Front Slreefs, Nelron  CARPENTERS.  in  .sj inp.ithy  ii\ilh  NOTICE TO UNION  All  carpcniei-,  who are .    .  urbanized lalxn are hereby notified IIuil tho  e.iipojiterniK in connection with P. Burns &  ('(iinpn n> 's cold st m age pin nl, is hcingr performed  by non union l,ilior, nnd meinben of Ihe  ('arj)uiitois'Xfiiion, and lho��c lit sjnipathy with  it, are requested to UQversi themselves accoid-  ingly.  JAMKS COLLING,  Secretary Nelson Carpenters' Union.  STEVENS, The Tailor  I. Blylle, Phrenologist  II.n*. rooms ovei11 Cstaurnns and bakery, at corner of Hall and Vernon stieet, Xelbon. llouia  from 1 to'.) p. in. i  NOTICE.  The liiiclJ.ijcis'.utd M.v-ons' Union, No 2, of  Xel-on.icspcetfHlly wish to notify contiactors,  .mil all whom it. in.iy concern, that fiom April  1st, 1'wO, (hey luu o concluded to adopt the ciulit-  hour day, ,it, bii cunts per hour, being aiediicl ion  fiom the old l.itc of C(yi cents per hour. Thoirob-  jeet is to KittMoiili.ictois hiilllcienf lime befoie  hOndniK in (heir tenders for work, bchcitag it  will beneiit all concerned.  J. VV. KTCHKIt, President.  JOSEPH CLAltK, Secretary.  Nelson, March Hth, 1900.  FOR .SALE.  Large two and <i half stoiy /ramo hoiifc, con>  taming double drawing room, j budiooins and  dressing i oom u I tli clothes closot-s. dining room,  laiere kitchen, hoi and cold Mater, bath room  ���\wtli bath complete, toilcl; lighted with electnci-  ty; within Iho minutes walk of the business ihh-  tion of the city, beautiful situation ovoilookmg  the lake. T��o lots, each'?o\12(�� feet, fenced, and  with lawn in front. A very desirable residence,  nculj furnished and carpeted throughout with  best iiuniuiro and caiptt-*. Furniture and  kitchen ulensils will be .sold cither with the  house or separately,  Kor tei ms aud particulars apply to W. A. Galliher, at (lie otllce of Galliher & Wilson, overMc-  Artliur's furniture store, Jlakcr street, XcImhi,  U. O.  W. Starmer Sr^ith & Go,  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  ' PAINTER, ETC/  CHIMNEY .SWEEPING  Office Ward Street Opposite Opera Honso  GENUINE  SAWMILL   FOR. SALE  The sawmill and plant lately owned by Joseph  T. Huberts, n.t Hykert'a Landing, and consisting  Of a 30-iioiM1 ���    ���    ���    power boiler, engine, Glillith &  je top-rig Miwmill, edgcr, planer, belting,  etc., will Tbe sold whero they now fatand.  'TAYLOR & HANNINGTON. Solicitors.  Notice of Application for License.  I hereby gi\ c notice that I intend to apply to  the JSomd of Licensing Cammis-iioncis ol fhe  City of Nelson at its nevfc meeting for an hotel  license for the premises wtuatc upon lot2JI, block  US (northeast corner of Vernon and Hall streets)  in the city of Nelson. H. E. LEMON.  J. T. FIFE & CO.  P. O. Box 660 NELSON  NOTICE.  Notice is heieby given that 1 intend to apply at  the-next meeting or the Board of License commissioners for tho Cit j of Nelson, held after the  (wpuatiou of thntj <Ia\s fiom tb0 date hcrcol.  &oii, li. C,  gated this Srd day of March, 1900.  W itnoss;  H. IL XV abb.        W. A. WA1U).  k,"*W. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, THDKSDAY, MARCH 23, 1900  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6,000,000  Lord Strathcona nnd Mount Royal ...Presldnn  Hop. George A, Drummond Vicc-i'residon  li. y. Clou.ston G encral .Manage  NKLSON KliANCII  Northwost.Corner linker and  Stanley Streets  lii'.'inchos in Loxnox (Kngland) Nkw Yohic,  Chicago, and till the principal cities in Canada.  THE  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  lluy and sell Sterling  Exchange  Transfers.  Grant   Commercial   and   Travelers'  available in any part of Ihe world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Ktc.  md Cablo  Credits,  Saving's Bank Branch  cuitn<:xr it\n: ok imi ki s'i paid.  ' y.  ONTARIO'S FIRST REFINERY  Now An  Assured Thing.  Toronto Woi Id.  Everything points to tin immediate extention of the nickel industry  in Canada.    In spiLe oi the Canada  Copper  Company's   plea that   the  cost of chemicals and coal in Ontario is so great, compared with the  cost  in  the United  States,  as   to  make the establishment of a nickel  refinery here out of tiie question,  we shall, nevertheless, see the business of refining staitcd in this province  in  a  very short time.     The  Ontario government has finally decided on  a nickel policy.    Last fall  the government passed an ordcr-in-  council     prohibiting     the    export  of   nickel    mutlc   produced   from  crown   lands  patented  subsequent  to the date of tho order.    This was  the iirst installment of the government's nickel policy.    Now we have  the proposal to encourage the refining of nickel iu Ontario by placing  a tax on nickel ore, the tax to be  remitted on such of the product as  is icfmecl in Ontario.    Finally, the  commissioner of crown  lands proposes to petition the Dominion parliament not to  revive the  Or ford  Copper Company's patent for refining nickel.    The object is to make  this company's process public ptop-  crty. so that their plant and process  in New Jersey may be duplicated in  Ontario.    The government arc undoubtedly in earnest, and by some  means or another they ���will' foice  the refining of nickel to be done hi  Canada.  It is  a circumstance "worthy of  notice that this aggressive policy is  adopted by the government at the  ' very time when the Cataract Power  Company of J h�� mil ton is in a  position to .supply th(j current iipces-nry  to  operate the  Uoepfncr Refining  'Company's    nickel   plant.      It   is  stuted  that #000  electrical  horsepower    will   bo' required   by   the  Uoepfncr   company.      Hon.   .7.  M.  Gibson, attorney-general in the Ontario government, is the head of the  Cataract Power Company and a cii-  l'octor  of tho  Uoepfncr  company.  Wo don't aassorb that there is   a  direct [connection btlween the announcement of   the   government's  policy and the completion of the  Hoopfner refining"'plant, but wc do  say that  the  sequence  of   events  ���has   a,   suspicious   look' about   it.  When the attorney-general started  the Cataract PoAver Company two  or three years  ago, did ho know  that  the  government  intended to  -adopt a���policy-compelling-the re--  fining of nickel to be done in  the  province?   Whether he did or did  not he seems to have struck it jusL  right.       The    Canadian   engineer  states that tholfoopfner company's  plant will be ready J'or bn.sinc.v5 in  the coming spring,and as .soon as it  is started work will bo begun on a  iiicjccl-stcol  plant wliich, with the  nepospary buildings, will cost about  $0,000,000,   Tho true inwardness of  the    Cataract   Power    Company's  operations since Its Incorporation is  now -coming to  tlio surface.   The  people of Hamilton (with tho exception of a few fortunate insiders)  didn't know what to make out of  the  conceit.    But   the   gentleman  Who organised  the   company was  able to pee further into the future  than  any   of   his   fellow-citizens.  {Ion.  Mr. Gibson  is an  up-to-date  politician and a keen business man.  We prophecy that lie will give up  polities before long, if politics don't  give him up the sooner.   \TIe is already a made man.   The Cataract  Slower Company obtained valuable  concussions 'from the  government.  There is  money   in  tlio   Cataract  company and its half-dozen subsidiary electric interests.    The IJoep-  i'tusj. Refining Company comes into  existence in the nick of time.   It  plarfcs in the nickel business under  the most   favorable   auspices.     It  ought to be a monoy-jntiker.    If the  attorney-general does not rapidly  develop   into a  millionaire  it  will  not be for hick of his prophetic intuition and shrewd business ability.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, 17. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  how in marching from  Estcourt at  H o'clock in the morning in a heavy  downpour   of   rain,   his   regiment  came to a  river  which  they  were  ordered  to  ford.      "We  had,"  ho  states, "no pontoons or material for  bridging, so we avc re forced to  get  through by first sending a mounted  scout oa'oi* to ascertain  the  depth,  Avhich   look   u��  up  to  our chests.  Then the horse came back again and  a chain of men, holding on to one au-  other'.s straps, tho first man clinging  to the horse. A\as the way the trick  Avas done,    it Avas laughable then,  but miserable after, for Ave  had to  stand seven hours in the rain until  the pontoons came from  Estcourt.  Ilou ever, one of the colonial scouts,  getting impatient, shoAved  the engineers a dodge. lie made a team of  bullocks swim the liver and drag a  big wagon to the  other  side,  half  A\ay up the bank;   then  another,  and another, until they formed  a  bridge, by Avhich the transport AA'as  brought over."  Lokal Anzeiger telegraphs that the  minister of foreign affairs has prepared an official communique .which  will be published within the next  day or tAvo. It con tain's Russia's  answer to president Kruger's request for ''intervention.- The communique has been drawn up witli  the knoAvledge and consent of  France and Germany and has received the full approval of the czar.  As regards its contents, all that the  correspondent has been able to  learn is that the note is directed  Avith due precautions against England, and its tone is very serious  and Avill certainly not fail to make  a deep impression.  .\K0-  ; ^* aft*- ��$>< .fiStr <es"-��sa��' ��g&' ��*���  ���.Hfc, ���***, ������*-ja, .Vn,'^ .^v ���>** ��� ^fc.  fi*. fi* .fi*. 0* .0*. fi*  fi* ��� fi*- fi* ' fi*- 00 ��� 00' fi* ' fi*' fi* ��� fi*- fi* ��� fi*' 00- **��� 00.  lf*'0��.  Xlf  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ����T��lnr"  WILL   OPEN   THEIR  Hi  Hi  Store  iti  Hi  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Vernon and  ��� Josephino bticcts, wholesale grocers and  jobbers lnblaukets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  uiackinaws and miners' sundries.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   strcot,  Nelson,   wholesalo  grocers.  fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-  *���'    son, ����� holo'.ilc grocers.  -Front street, Ncl,-  City of Dublin's Thanks.  Washington, March 21.���The  president has received a copy of a  resolution recently adopted unanimously by the municipal council of  the city Dublin, Ireland, as folloAArs:  "Resolved, that this council of the  corporation of the city of Dublin  place ou record their high appreciation of the honor conferred on the  lord mayor by the president of the  United States on the occasion of  his recent visit to "Washington and  the Avarm reception extended him,  and to the governors of states and  mayors Avho granted him the freedom of the several cities, to the  governor of the navy yard at  Rrookly and generally to'|the citizens of the United States for their  generous hospitality."  Russia's Reply.  Berlin,    March     21.���The    St.  Petersburg   correspondent   of   the  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS PRODUCE COMPANY-Vernon  sticet, Nelson, v,holesalo dealers in piovis-  ions, produce, and fruits. Agonts for Swift &  Co. bacon and bams.   JY. GRIFFIN  &  CO.-Corner Vernon and  ���   Josephino streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers  in provisions, emed meats, butter and eggs.  FR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses onC. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce fand  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'u  bacon, hams, lard and other products.   SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS  LIMITED���Cornor Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds 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, aud electric  blasting apparatus.   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR .MANUFACTURING  CO.-Corner Baker and Hall streots. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.���Coiner Baker and Josephine  ��� sticets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agentsfor Giant  Pew der Co.   HARDAVARE   (COMPANY���  ,  Nelson,  wholesalo   dealers in  hardwaio and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.      if!  iff  iff  TODAY, THURSDAY, MARCH 22nd.  and Cordially Invite you to Attend  iff  Hi  Hi  Hi  iff  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Our stock consists of the  Newest and Most up-to-date Goods in English  and American Manufacture  Millinery and Ladies' Ready-Made Garments  will be a specialty .-with us  Hi  iff  w  Our Motto  The date of our Millinery Opening will be announced Later.  Good Goods, Cash, and One Price.    All goods as represented.    Satisfaction Assured.  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti.  Hi  Hi  LAAVRENCE  Baker St.,  IV  LL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local ar.d coast.  Flooring  local and roast.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail   _  ���   Mouldings  Shingles  Bough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  AVHAT AOU WAVl' IS NOT IN STOCK  A\'IJ WILL IUAKK IT FOR A OU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED-Baker street, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hai d ware and mining supplies, plum-  bers and tinsmiths'supplios.   COAL.  OROAV'S  NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.-  Wholosale dcalors m coal and coke. Charl'is  St. Barbe. Agent. Baker street. Nolson.   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEKTZBL & CO.-Corner Baker'and-  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholcalo dealers in assayeig supplies. Agents Hfor Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Coloiado.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  5. ���Corn  and Josephine streets, ��� Nelson,  wholesale  iti  Xti  KB  <&  CO  vW  Corner of Baker and Ward Streets, NELSON  Xti  Xti  xti.  Hi  ^V^*^^'S'-^'j&'-iS,^,^'iS^,-qS,��!''^,^'^,^.,^S fi*0*-0*.0*.0*-0*.0*0*'0*.00.00.00.0*.0*.0*.00.00��~  '0*'00'fi*'00'fi*-00-fi*'00'fi*-fi*-00-00-00-00-00-00'00        ^>��,-<5-^5-^.^-���:-^-^^.<��5-'2t-'i?-8^^:^*-s>  Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STitLKTS, NELSON  TURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  and Josephine streets, ��� Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pab&t Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Calgary Browing Co. of Calgary.   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS &  CO.-Baker street,  ���   wholesalo    dealers   in   liquois,  Nekon,    ....    .   -    ........   _,    cigars,  cement, fire brick and fire clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and ��general commission merchants.  PAINTS   AND   OILS.  NELSON HARDAVARE COMPANY-Baker  Street���AVholesale dealers in paints, oils,  and brushes of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootenay.  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel -which is nowlieing  enlarged andienoratcd, will bo reopened  on March 1st, when it will have 10 large,  nicely furnished and well lighted 1001114,  heated with hot air. Special nil out ion  will be given to llie dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER  SMOKE  AMERICAN  ��� AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS.���  FRESH AND  SALT MEATS.  -Baker   street,   Nelson,  ICO  (LIMITED)  Succe^oii to  J. A. DEWAR & CO.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  We carry a complete .stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash aud Doors.  Special order Avork AA'ill receive  prompt attention.  P   burns &  co.             ���   "wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats,  Cold storage.   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NLLSONTENT AND AAVXINCf FACTORY���  Baker stieet, Nolson.' Manufacturers of all  kinds of tents, awnings, und canvas goods.  P. 0. Box 71'.   Thco. Madron, proprietor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  OALIFORNLA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  *��' TED���Corner Front and Hall streots, Nelson, wholesale dealers Iu wines (case and bulk)  jind domestic andimported cigars.   DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  mHORPE & CO,, LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar sticets, Nel��on, niamifactui ei s  of and vholcsaledealcrs in ter.ii.cd waters and  fruit sjrupfa. Sole a&cntsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone (IO.   FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street, Nelson, wholosalo dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  AV  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  kootenay Cigar Mfg. Go.  NELSON, BRITISH COr.UMHIA  COAL!      COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  DELIVERED  Hard Coal  Anthiacito  MEALS  25  GENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND IIJiJATCD BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO $1  321 to 831 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEE��S^ HOTEL  BAKER STREET. -NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Ho I Ho! It B/|cArthur's  Elegant Sideboards  Superb Cheffoniers  Petite Dressing* Tables  In the Famous Golden Oak  Just Received a Carload of High-class Goods  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Head Office at  NELSON, B.  Mcirkefcs at Nelson, Borland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver. , '  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  TELtrnoNK  33  C. W. West & Go.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New  minster.  West-  ARCHITECTS.  EWART Sc OAURIE-Architeota.  Rooms 7  And il Aberdeen block, Haltar fstrnnli. Noloon.  ICO  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  ENGINEERS.  OHAULKS PARKKn<-Mi��iiiRnml niilliiiK  ginuor,   Wisit linker -Mioui, Xolion.  011-  TEADES   UNIONS.  ELSON MINKUS' UNION NO. M. XV. V. of  M.~Meeth in Illinois' union rooms, noith-  N  Cast cornor Victoria and Kootonny Mreots, ovory  Satmday ovonintj nt 8 o'olock.   Visiting mem  bers welcome.  Jamra WrrjcES, Soc'y.  Cius. A. McKay. Pros,  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSiVHTHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  WagOn rcpaWnK promptly fttlonded to  firrtt-clasu wheelwright  by ft  hen to all kinds of ropalr-  and c.ihtom work from otitsido polntx.  lop:  Hall St., boLween Dokor and Vernon  Largo comforUblo  bedrooms  and   firgt-claas  diniii��-roon:. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  TENDERS  FOR   REAL  WANTED  ESTATE.  THE regular meeting'; of the ('���irpenlerV Union  aie held on \\"cdne">d.iy evening of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Jliner-.' Union hull corner Victoria and Kootonay <<trgct*.  li. HOKINSON   Pissidont.  JAJVIKS COLLING, Secielary.  UtADES AND LABOlt COUNCIL.���Tho rcKU-  ���   l.ir meetings of Uic Nclt.011 Trades and Labor  T  a-   Lir meetings  Council will be held in tho minors' union hall,  coiner of Victoiia and Kootenay frtreoth, o-i the  flr^t and  thiid  Thursday of each month, at  7.30 p. 111. ,  G. .1. Thorpe, Pros. J. H. 5f atiicsok, Sec'y.  Gave Them a Pointer.  Private Ramsbotbaixi of Sherton  ' J^ane In * letter to bin friends, tells  A largo stock of first-class dry material on  hand, also a full huo of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, otc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard 1  Foot of Handryx street, Nelson  Telephrme. U   Jof|H   Ra6j Ag6llt  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M.  Meets second Wodnosday in each mouth.  S<uonrning brethren invited.  NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-  KNlGHTH OF f\THl&.s-Nelson Lodge, 1  25, Kntehts of Pythias, meats in I. O. O. Fl  Hall, cornor Baker and Kootonay streets, every  Tuesday ovening at 8 o'olock. visiting Knights  cordially invited to attend.  K. G. JOY. K. of R. & S.   LEON AH D SCOT ��, a C.  NELSON I,. O. L., No, 1C92, meets in I. O. O. V.  Hall, comer llaker and Kootenay Ktroetsr  each  1st and 3rd ���Friday  .hern cordial!  H. Rom.N'feow V  brethcrn cordially invited.  "    " "-V.M.  of each  month.   Visiting  \V. Cu uyroiin, Kec.-Sec,  ���RJELSON MlilK, Number 22, Fraternal Order  AS* ol KagleH, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday Ineach month in Fraternity Halt  Virtiting; brethren welcome.  W. GOSNKi.j* President,  Chaekjes PaoasKK, Secretary  Tenders will be received by Llie under-iKned  until 12 o'clock noon on Mond.ij, ApjilSml, f!K)t)  foi the following drsoi died ilmI cstalo 111 NcKon.  Lots 7 and Sand Lots 15, mil l'j in Jilook 10, I o-  gelhcr ���with the iiiipiovuniuiit-s Ihcicon, coiisi-i.  ing of the Sih or King hold and .lono^loij 1 evidence.  Terms cash. The highest or any teiidei not  nccessanh accepted.  C'AKOLINK THK UN,  Admini-.ti.Uu\ eslatoof .Iohli.John>,oii, decoded.  Nelson, 11. C, March 2nd, KXK).  W|rs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop.  U'lU Ol   'llli: KUVAt, lll/l'h!., CALOAMY  Big1 Schooner  OF BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH ANDSALTED MEATS"   "  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  F!SH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson E#   Q    TRAVES,   Manager  OKDERS BY MAIL RKCKIVK CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  ALWAYS  FHKS1I  ALWAYS  COOL  ON  AT T PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. L. LENNOX, Solu-iloi, Nekon B. C  TN THK MATTHt OF AN APPLICATION  J- FOIL A DLfi'LICATKOF A CKKTIFICATK  OF TITLK to lots eleven (11) nnd Iwclu (U),  block luent)'sc\uii (27), ( it} of Nelson, I). C.  Notice is lierfbygnen Hut il is my intention  at lhe c\pii.iu<m of into moidh fiom Ihe  iniblicilinn hncof, to is^ue ,i duplicito of the  CcililiL.iloof Tillelothc" ���t'imcluxis, issued to  (icorcce A. H. ll.ill. on llie -'Dili d.iy of iKcoudioi,  18!JS, and ittmibci ed lolil iv.  -   S. V. WOOTON,  Kegislr.ir (joncial.  I^uid Jiegistrj' O/Ilee, Victori.i, 11. C, lilth Feb  The best gl.iss of beer to be had In Nelson is at  Till; CLUB HOTKL  Headprters fop Portland Cement, Fire Brieks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  B. P. BITHET & CO., Lid,, Victoria  Spneliil ()unlalioji^ giioi) for cnrloi��l lot-S  a. n. yji.\ v, r. y. W sai, .vcImsi, b. c.  Kuotofiiiy Agent  W. P. DIOKSON  H. H. APPLBWHAITH  J. McPHBHl  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES,  Complete Blectrlo Equipments for Blectric Povrer Transmission and Llghtlnar for  Miues, Towns Hloctrlc Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Btc.  P. O. Box 608.      ' Josephine Street. Nelnon. B, O.  Corner Silica and  Stanley Strcels.  L J.  IVSadden House  linker and Win d  Streets, Nelson  Tho only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under ono management hinco 18X).  Tho bed rooms aro well furuishod and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by tho bOBfj domestic and imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  B, C. HOTEL   erie, b. c.  Firht cl.'tsi in e^eiy respect. Choicest wlncR,  liqiior-viiiid ci({nrjj. Kvcrj comfort for traimlcnt  and rcRldcnt guebt-i.  HKADQUAUTEHS FOIl UNION MEN.  JOSKI'H O'AMl'BKLL, i>roprietor.  FULL LINES OF W1NTEH h��S SFBINO SUITINGS  WR��)T RAKKK STRKKT" NKLSON .        OPPOSTT1S 8ILVKR KINO nOTKT  ������"JJ~- ���:������-_���.-...,���.    . .       . _      , i .���J ,~_ -  ���   LET US PUT IN G^S  GAS FITTING OUR SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Victoiia Strocl. oj>|>oiile I'ostofllce.  RAGHAN BROS.  R. REISTERER & CO'  UitKWKItS AND ItOrTLKRfl OJ^  1  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  I'rompt and regular  delivery w the trade  Btewery at Meison  Notice of Application for License.  I, Adolphe Liiiiomtr. of the f'ii} of NeMon, in  the |iio\iiii,c ��f Jinti-li Ooluiiiljin hotel keeper,  lieieti> (^1 vo notice tfml I intend toiipiilj to tho  Hoard of License ( omiiitssioneis for lliu City of  Nel-on. .it tlmi jlrst meeting to helieldnfter the  OM'iiiition uf thirl} d.i}j. fioui tins d.ite for a  license to soli nines spirits, bcei and other for-j  mciitedaiid mtoMcitliiiK liquet ��� l>j ien.i1, 111 my  hotel, known .istho' ^lonneal Hotel," situate on  loth immlictcd 23 and 24, iu block nuinheied !!7, i��  the said Cit} of N0U011. A. lJV.POi.NTK.  Nelson, B. C, February 8th. l*X). THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, THURSDAY MARCH 22 1900
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Kimberly and Ladysmilh have been relieved aud I*ara still
in Nelson with a year of prosperity ahead of me. Everything is pointing this Avay, and I am here with my up-to-
date line of goods ready to compete with eastern prices. I
am recieving 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 Avill serve you accordingly.   Don't forget the place.
We only employ the most expert Avatchmakers and
jewelers. All Avork is guaranteed. Mail orders will receive
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We have decided to sell out our dry goods and
continue exclusively in clothing, boots, 5shoes and
gents' furnishings, and now offer all our dry goods
stock at wholesale prices. This includes all our
spring goods now in stock and in transit from the
east. It is the first time in the history of Nelson
that a stock of this size has been offered to the public at such a low rate, and all wanting bargains
should not fail to see our prices. To the ladies of
Nelson we Avould say that this is a good opportunity
to get your-spring and_summer"dress gbods"at a bargain.    Here is a sample of some of our prices:
DRESS GOODS that   were   40c, now selling at 25c
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do            do do       $1.00, do       '      60c
do             do do          1.25, do              75c
PLAID TWEED SKIRTINGS, five pieces,
regular $6 line, offered at $4 to clear
BLACK LUSTRES, in plain and figured,
that were 50c, now selling at 30c
do do       75Cj do 45c
DRESS GINGHAMS,
regular 20c goods, now selling at 12Jc
COLORED DRESS GINGHAMS,
regular 15c goods, now selling at 10c
DIMITIES, regular 15c goods, offered at 10c
PIQUES,       do     20c     do do       12V
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ELLIOT BLOCK
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Place /our order with
THEO.   MADSON
Awnings,  and  all kinds  of Canvas  Goods
Manufactured to Order
As a result of a recent Arote of the
C. P. It. employees, Dr. Hall Avas
chosen to officiate as physician.
The firm of Hyde, Tits worth <fc
Company will go out of the retail
trade at the cud of, tlio present
month. The firm Avill go into the
fruit jobbing business selling to the
trade only.
The provincial license,, commissioners met yesterday to consider.
the Mobbs and Jordan applications
for licenses along the Balfour extension. As neither of the applications was in proper form, their consideration Avas adjourned to March
31st.
Major J. Edwards' Leckie, manager, and J. Ralston, engineer, at
the Republic mine at Republic,
Washington, are in the city on
business. The Republic is building
a mill and making other improvements which necessitate forty carloads of neAV machinery, the mission of the manager and engineer
in Nelson being to arrange AA'ith the
C. P. R. for transporting the outfit.
Mayor Leckie states that his brother, lieutenant Leckie, who is in
command of the Nelson contingent
of Strathcona's Horse, describes the
Nelson company as the smartest in
the regiment. •
Constable Macgregor. who has
charge of the collection of city road
taxes, went up the line of the Balfour extension yesterday with a
AArarrant for the arrest of Carlo De-
ceista, the Italian who neglected to
settle the tax and left town to
avoid appearing iu court. The officer got his man about seven miles
up the lake. A party of ten Italians Avere in camp, and they endeavored to hide Deceista, but Avithout success. He Avill probably be
arraigned before magistrate Create
this morning.
A rumor has been current on the
streets during the past two or three"
days that the street railway company intends building out as far as
the Florence Park Hotel this summer. The officials of the company,
however, say that this rumor is entirely Avithout foundation.
The city pound is empty at the
present time, not a single animal,
equine or canine, being in quod.
The number of dogs liable to be impounded is considerably smaller
this year than Avasi the case in '99,
as more citizens have purchased
dog tags. Poundkoeper Macgregor
states, however, that as soon as lie
has a day or two to spare from collecting the city road tax he Avill
make a geueial roundup of dogs
Avhose owners have been lax in the
, matter of securing tags.
Several big brush piles on N.
Hoover's ranch across the lake fiom
the C P. R. docks made a brilliant
display last night, Many citizens
thought the fire was located in the
poAA'der-magazine. -      —	
The fire department were called
out last evening, and made a quick
run doAvn to the Sherbrooke hotel.
E. J. Curran of the Club hotel, at
the corner of Stanley and Silica
streets, Avill build a retaining Avail
on the Stanley street frontage of
his property, providing* the city removes the material from the street.
Sam Woods, one of tho best
known conductors in-tlio employ of
the, Canadian Pacific iri tliis province, was'in Nelson,yesterday.~ He
ha.s been acting as trainmaster on"
the Columbia <fc Western during
the absence of trainmaster Lawrence, and will now resume his
regular work on the road.       '. : '
Miles Barrett, who AA'as , for four
years foreman, at the Hall Mines,
Limited, smelter at Nelson leaves
this morning for Spokane, where he
will reside i'or a time. - "Jack" Barrett is considered one ot the best
practical smelter foremen on the
Pacific coast,.and wherever he-goes
he' will carry AA'ith him the good
wishes and friendship of many people in Nelson.
F. J. Bradley <fc Co. recei\"cd a
large consignment of wall mouldings yesterday, including the latest
designs, direct from the manufacturers.
Peters and R. W. Bacon of Ymir.
Two assessments havo been done
on the proposition and the owners
propose to spend several hundred
dollars in development work this
summer to demonstrate its merit.
Captain Moe, port steward of tho
Columbia «fc Kootenay steamers, returned yesterday from a trip to the
Slocan. He states that the steamers are carrying considerable shipments of ore from the Enterprise,
Bosun and Arlington mines.
J. A. Mara and family, who haA'e
beeu ° sojourning in Europe for
more than a year, are registered at
the Phair. 	
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
At tub Phair.—Charles Dundee
and Avife, Rossland; G. O. Buchanan,
Kaslo; E. Nelsou Fell, Athabasca;
A. Sullivan, C. S. Hawcroft, Procter;
G. W. Hughes, Alamo; L. Marks,
Victoria; P. McArdle, Spokane; E.
R. Atherton, Sandon; J. A. Mara &
wife, Kamloops; It. J. Iuglis, Montreal.
At tub Grand Central.—O. J.
Seal, city; A. J.: Hollenger, Molly
Gibson mine; Miss Cusack, Kaslo;
T. A. Snyder, Ymir; TV Lembau,
Granite. - f    ■ c
At the Tremont.—Ed Whiting,
San Francisco; J. RurelJ, J. Hunt,
It. J. Robertson, W. Gibbart, J.
Campbell, J. J. McColl, J. Kelly, J.
Thompson, S. Brisbois, John Mcintosh, City.
At the Hume.—H. M. Honsford,
Louise Brehany Opera Company;
George Monkman, Winnipeg: G. A.
Mitchell. Rossland; J. M. M. Ren-
drum, Silverton; Ed Smith, Silver-
ton; F. Elwell, Bounington Falls; T.
G. Miller, Bounington Falls; R. L. F.
Galbraith, Fort Steele; Frank M.
O'Brien, Yellowstone; S, Woo'ds,
Rossland; Ii. Williams, Procter; D.
j. Elmer, Moyie; Mrs. E. N. Murphy,
Kuskouook.
At the Queen's.—-Mrs. Enfield,
BUSINESS   MENTION.
For   sale—Upholstered   polished
oak folding barber'chair, and complete.outfit:
n'eaih new. Just the thing lor camp or small
town.   £25.   Addiess.Hitchcock, Robson, B C.
Stamp collection for sale—An almost complete collection of Canadian stamps foi
sale at a bargain. Addicss, Stamps, Tiibune
Ofllce.
Man going to Cape Nome has consigned all his household furnitmc to Nickeison,
Bakci street, opposite Queen's hotel. Call and
luuc a look. Blankets, sheels, (able cloths, pillows, and everything you n.inl. Goods must bo
sold at once.
With our groceries in your cup-
l)oaide\eij meal will bo a ,joj. ICiikp.itnck &
Wilson, the lotting giocus
For Rent—About 50 acres of cul-
iitable laiul; .'i acies clcaicd. .Situate on Columbia & Kootcnavj.ulu.'u. 17 miles west of Nelson.
K.is\  Icims,   Applj Io.J   1' Jiliinliait, Nelson.
Wanted—Skirt and Avaist makers. Kntpiiie al Mrs. J [niton's divshinaking'par-
lois. Madden block.
Wanted — Apprentices   to learn
di essm.iking. Apply to Martin Q'Reillj & Co ,
Houston block. Nelson.
Piano i'or sale; practically neAv;
A<5diCbs Ilo\ 2,ii, Nelson.
SeAving girls Avantcd, at the Hudson's Hay stoi es>, Nelson
Wanted—Portable    engine   and
boiler, sawmill, planer, edgei and lath mill.
Capac .tj not less than ten thousand.) dayt SaAV-
uiill, Tribune Ofllce.
Niekerson—Watchmaker,   Baker
sticcl, opposite Queen's hotel. Twenty fl\c jcais
cxpctienec.
For Sale—A furnished hotel in,
Sandon, 13 C. AViitofor particulars to O. AVcht,
Bovl8b, Sandon. B.C.
When your   watch   don't   keep
time, see Niekeison, Baker street. Salibfticlory
a\ ork or no chaigcs.
To Let—Six-roomed house with
bath. Apply at second hand store opposite post-
ofllce.
»aw
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.
NELSON
KASLO
SANDON
Rossland; J. V. Martin, Sandon;
Mrs. E. J. Lind, Ymir; Mrs. E. Turner, Sanca; E. E..KnowIos,.Spokaue;
J. Cadden, Nakusp; J. D. Hanna,
Winnipeg; J. J. King, Seattle.
At the Madden.—Fred J. On-
AA'ay, city; John McDermott, Spokane; Con Doherty, Ireland.
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.,
Capital Stock $250,000
Divided into 10,000 shares of ?25
7% Preference Shares. $75,000
Ordinary Stock  $175,000
A limited number' of preference and ordinary
shares of the company aro oU'ercd to the citizens
of Nelson at par.
Subscription books are now open at the ofllce
of the company, Baker street, Nelson.
Railroad Supplies
•   •   •   •
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
. ■^'g'g''g'g'r'g'g'g'g'gjg: :JB:J&^-*&'ja^-^.-JaOa^-J&;>>..
Nelson Coke & Gas Co.,
I.IMIT15D.
FKED BUUNI3TT, Manager and Secretary.
Ward Bros.
REAL ESTATE AND
INSURANCE AGENTS
Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES
Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.
ATS. SHERWOOD
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE AND
GENERAL AGENT
First door west,
ot Bank of Biitish
Columbia building.
Baker Street
"Oh, Those Coons"
NELSON MINSTRELS-
AT THE
OPERA HOUSE
FRIDAY NIGHT
MARCH 23rd.
Charles D„ J. Christie
GENERAL BROKER
1 dootsAvest of Poiiiinioi1 Evjjro&s office.
P. O. Box bii. Phones: Ofllce 117, Hoube 102
FOR SALK
i-iooni house ami 3 Joti,         §l.i00
I lot on Caibon.ite tlicet ino
Slotso'bsen.Uoiystieot ,.  (>50
U loti and 1 loom lion-) e..   ,   ...     .   ...   , 11D0
•7 IlOOil HOUSE FOR RENT
Loans and insm Alice piomptlj attended to.
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Newly Laid
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Strictly Fresh
40c per doz. at
KIRKPATRICK & WILSON'S
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The Leading"
Grocers....
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Invest Your Money
TO BEST ADVANTAGE
And order at once your requirements in the iirre of Hams and1
Bacon,1 of which we have received a large consignment from Eastern Canada. ,<•*
FINE QUOTATIONS   FINEST QUALITY
-   GIVE THEM A TRIAL
The Western Mercantile Company, Limited,
FAXCV AND STAl'Li: GROOEUIKS BAKER, STRKKT. NELSON"
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Co.
Kootenay   Coffee
NELSON, B. C.
Coffee roaBters and doalors In Tea and Coffee.
Offer fresh roasted coffee of best quality as
follows:
-Java aud Ainbian Macha7per pound.. 17..$  id
Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00
Fine Santos 1 pounds    , .,  100
Santos Blend, S pounds   100
Our Special Blend, 6 pounds...  1 00
Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds  1 00
A trial order sollolted.   Salesroom 2 doors east
of Oddfellows block. West Baker street.
We have sold 75 per cent of all the
Portland Cement
Fire Brick and
Fire Clay
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Used in Kootenay:
We also handle
CLEANING
AND
REPAIRING
For
good
O. IX J. Christie has purchased a
third interest in tho Birthday mineral claim ou  the south   slope   of
Round mountain  near ,Yrmir, from
| Edward   Peters.     The   remaining
BAKER STREET,  NELSON, j third interests aro  Jield by Mr
hearty laugh
come and. see "the boys. ' ■'
', Don't  fail   to . hear  .Harry
.Marshall in   his   great stump
speech' on   the, topics  of the
day,   '.   . *      '       __'...-
George M. -Berry in his
extraordinary feat of shooting-
chutes on tvyo. planks" on a
60 per cent grade; also his
fancy roller skating.
The happiest  coons   in
country.
the
Fine Tailoring
YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP
OLD CLOTHKS MADE GOOD AS NKW
ARTHUR GEE
Opposite Clarke Hotol.   MERCHANT TAILOR
For Sale Cheap
RAILROAD OUTFIT    ,.,-
Such iiii Wheel Scrapers, Picks, Shovels, Hammers, Steel, Wagons, Largo liange, Tents, etc.
Call at Old Curiosity Shop, Jocephino street.
City of ,$8ison  Local  Board of  ffeafih.
GENERAL- VACCINATION NOTJCK.     \-
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Steel Mining Rails,
Blacksmith's Goal, Sewer Pipe, Etc.
& CO.
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H. J. EVANS
NELSON, B. C.
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75c
Reserved Seats	
General Admission 50c
AT USUAL PLACU
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God Save the Queen     -   -
'Nolice is hereby.given that all persons rcci-'
dent within the City of Xelson who have not
.been vaccinated within seven years-aro iuquircd
-within seven days from the publication .of this
notice io be vaccinated. ' .. -
Persons requiring: to- be vaccinated free of
ch.irKo may attend at. any time during the next
seven days between the hours of .'J and 5 o'clock
p. m., at my- ofllce on Josephine street for the
purpose of vaccination. -    '. ■
Upon the eighth day following' the day on
which any person has been vaccinated; he or ,«he
shall attend flic medical practitioner by whom
the operation was performed in order that the
medical practitioner may ascertain by inspection
the result of the operation.
Any person fulling  to comply with  the  requirements of this notice will be liable to the
penaliics prescribed by the Public Health Act.
-     ' I). I.iHAU, M.IK
Medical Health Olllcer.
Xelson. 11. C„ Jtarch 20th, 1800.
A. R. BARR0WTA.M.LC.i
PROVINCIAL
i LAND SURVEYOR
i_    Corner Victoria and Kootonay Streets.
P. O. Box 559. XEJUgPHONK NO, SS
Tropiealand California Fruits
BANANAS     ORANGES .   LEMONS   .APPLES
Received Daily, from Spokane.
1> O. BOX 37G.    *
HOUSTON ULOCK.
Blue Ribbon-Tea Always on Hand,'
Fresh Eggs Received Daily
Johfi ^. Jrviijgr & Co,
GENERAL BROKER
,   Three dwelling houses for sale oh easy tonus.
One lot   on   Stanley   street,  opposite  Royal
hotel, for sale at a bargain.
One sevcu-roomed house and one three-room
house for rent.
See ANNABLE
Gity of
Kelson Local   Board
*   PROCLAMATION.
e{' Hfeallh
i NOTICE.
The painters' Union of Xelson have decided
that on and after April 1st, 1!)00, that their work
day shall be nine hours and their wage §3.60 per
(lay.
The object of the Union in making their determination public, is to give contractors notice, so
.'is to enable them to tender on work on the new
feisis of hours and wages.
T. O. SKATBO. President,
KOBKKT .KRISE, Secretary.
.Nelson. & V., March 2Mb, 1900.
, Xotico is hereby given that lhe public i.s in-
lorined that rule Xo. 33 of the rcgtii.if ions of I he
regulations of the Provincinl Board of Health,
Approved by order of the lieuteniiiit-governoi-in-
coimcii, is in loive in the citv of Nelson, by
.Avhiolicxcry person of an ago to make him oilier legally, responsible, who has not been sue-
rcssfuily vaccinated within seven years, or who
doovnoi bold ft certificate of his or her insusceptibility at the present liiue to vaccination, is
required to procure the vaccination of himself or
herself within seven days after public notification by the medical health olliccr directing general vaccination. 1). L.\I)aU, M.I).
„ r.   ,r     ,   Medical Health Ollicoi'.
Nelson, ». C, March 20th, iiXJO.
NOTICE.
Contractors and builders avo horeby notified
that on and after April 1st, tho following scale uf
wages will be demanded: Mortar miNcrsand
hod carriers, §3.60 for eight hours; otlior building
laborers, Sj for eight hours; excavators 30 cents
an hour. This notice is given so that those whom
it may concern can consider irin tendering for
contracts. "
I'. C. SHACKLETON, Recording Secretary,
Nelson Laborers' Protective Union 8121.
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