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 DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  unz  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAR.  NELSON: 'FRIDAY. MORNING, MARCH 28  ]900.  PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.  SOME HARD FIGHTING WITH  Boers at Lobatsi.       "  ��� Lobatsi,  March  10.���-The  Boers  und or   commandant   Snyman    are  advancing in force from Mafeking  towards Lobatsi.  Colonel Bixllc made a reconnaissance on Morch 13th and found  Pitsani and Pothlugo occupied by  the Boers. He returned to Goode  Siding and made a demonstration  on March 1 Ith. lie found the Boers  in strength at a sharp curve on the  tailway. They had mounted a gun  on the line and weie lying in wait  for the construction train.  A brisk filing occurred a feAV  miles south of Lobatsi on themorn-  J iug of the loth. The Boers' Maxim  was freely used. Colonel Bodle  came in touch with the Boers just  in time to prevent the camp being  surprised. The Boers attacked the  advance party and captured a few  boxes of ammunition and nearly  secured a Maxim. Lieutenant  Tyler was killed and lieutenant  Chapman captured. Colonel Bodle,  coming up, put the Boers to flight  with heavy loss.  The Boers yesterday were within  a few miles of Lobatsi.  Yesterday afternoon the Boers  pressed closely on colonel Plumer's  main camp and kept up a hot lire  with a maxim, killing one white  man and one native. They placed  the maxim and a twelve-and-a-half  pounder on the hill on the east side  of the line, -J000 yards from the  camp. The British right is protected by chief Bathen. who has  warned the Boers not to enter his  territory.  Colonel Plumer's pi esen t endeavor  is to insure the safety of the railway north of Lobatsi ancl to watch  ^vell the left Hank. It is probable  V'biiat, before the Boers retire towards  Pretoria, they ^ ill tackle the Rho-  desians in force.  It is reported that the burghcis  are abandoning tho enviions of Ma-  . feking, leaving only a sufficient  number of artillerists to man the  big guns. There are none rat Ram-  , atalabama, where they were snp"-  posed to have their base. iQpIonol  Plumer's scouts were at R-imatala-  bama yesterday. The usual Mafe-  king dispatches arc overdue, but no  anxiety is felt ou that score. Dy-,  namite explosions Avrecking the  railway are proceeding south of  Lobatsi. i  -  under the laws of New Jersey. The  eifect of the projjosed reorganization will be to terminate all the  equity proceeding now pending.  The stocks and bonds of the new  corporation are to be taken by*thc  present owners themselves and not  offered to the public as once contemplated. Mr. Schwab will continue as the executive head of the  company.  A BOER FAKE VICTORY IS  Announced in Pretoria.  Iyiioonstaadt, Orange Free State,  Mai oli 20.���-Via Pretoria, March 22.  ���The Boots, commanded by general Olivier, have engaged the Britibh troops under geueral Gatacre in  the vicinity of Bethulie, repulsing  the Biitish with heavy loss and  capturing many of them. Burghers are arriving here in great  numbers. General DeWet arrived  today.  Loxnox, March 22.���The report  from Kroonstaadt, Orange Free  State, via Pretoria, that the Boers  under command of general Olivier  had defeated the British troops  under command of general Gatacre  in the vicinity of Bethulie, is not  believed heie. A dispatch to the  Daily News from Springfontein,  dated Tuesday, Maich 20th, says  general Gatacre was "all well" and  adds that he and general Brabant  had not lost a dozen men in a  fortnight.  The latest advices placed general  Gatacre about 30 miles north of  Bethulie, where the Boer report  says the defeat was inflicted. This,  combined with the fact that no  mention of the affair was made by  lord Roberts in hi.s dispatch of  March 21st, confirms the belief that  the Kroonstaadt reports are erroneous.  ROSSLAND   LIBERALS  SHY  '     /  ^  Smith Curtis at Meeting.  BosbJ.AXi), March 23���[Special to  -ThcTtibune].���A largely attended  meeting of the Liberal Association  was held last evening to meet the  ITon. Smith Curtis, minister of  mines, and discuss the political situation with him. Tho meeting  lasted uutil after midnight, but resulted in no definite action. The  members- individually endorscd-the  candidature of the IXon. Smith Curtis, should he stand for this constituency, but they did not either  as individuals or as au association  approve of the lion. Joseph Martin,  no motion having been submitted  in regard to his government.  A resolution was adopted calling  upon the provincial Liberal executive to summon a convention of the  Liberals* of British Columbia for the  purpose of deciding what attitude  .should bo taken by the party. Nothing was said whatsoever regarding party lines, Mr. Curtis addressed the meeting and was most  cordially received. A vote of thanks  was voted him for his attendance.  In Basutoland,  MazijTo, Basutoland, Wednesday,  March 21.��� Everybody in Basutoland rejoices in the restoration of  telegraphic communication with  Aliwal North. The proclamation  of lord Roberts is apparently effective, as the Free Staters aro surrendering to the Basutoland officials.  The occupation of Neiiu and Roux-  ville by the British has produced  an excellent impression, convincing  the Basutos that the authority of  Uic queen is paramount,  Frick-Carnegie Suit Settled.  PriTbBL'iia, Pennsylvania, Maich  22. -The differences between II. C.  Flick and Andrew Carnegie have  been settled. This announcement  was made officially by the Carnegie  Steel Company late this afternoon.  The parties interested havo agreed  upon a plan of reorganization, the  new  concern  fco  be incorporated  France and Morocco.  Paris, March 22.���It is said that  the   government   of   Morocco   has  vigorously protested   against ,the  lecent, French occupation   of _ the  Oasis of Iiisalah, wliich it is churned  on   behalf of   Morocco,   is ail  encroachment upon the territory of  that   country.     Tiie two  governments have been in negotiation on  the subject, and France has decided  to send a .special plenipotentiary to  Tangiers with   the   object    of arranging the matter.     According to  the  Patrie,  the situation  has  become so grave that the government  on Tuesday resolved that M. Revoil  should start immediately on  board  the cruiser Du Chala of 3052 tons  which will remain at Tangiers  in  order to protect French   citizens.  Further serious news received yesterday decided the French government   to   dispatch to   Tangiers a  second  cruiser,  tlio Latouche-Tre-  ville, which yesterdaynvas ordered  to sail for Tangiers.  Connaught in Belfast.  Belfast, March 22.���For the first  time in years, the duke of Con-  naught, commander of the forces in  Ireland,-visitell Belfast today on a  tour of military inspection. He  was enthusiastically received. The  earl of Dufferin and Ava proposed  the health of his'royal highness at  luncheon. The duke in his response  referred to the wonderful development of Belfast, alluding to* the  forthcoming visit of the queen. He  said that all understood that it was  entirely by the queen's own will  that she was planning to revisit the  country of which she had always  cherished the warmest recollections.  He paid a high tribute to the  gallantry of tho Irish regiments in  South Africa, where, he said, Irish?  men, wide by side witli soldiers from  the colonies and the United Kingdom, were proving their devotion  to their sovereign.  Gatacre is Strict.  London-, March 23.���A dispatch  to the Daily News from Springfontein dated Wednesday morning,  March 21st, says: "General Gat-  act e and his staff are still here. He  is most strict regaiding the private  property of the Boors. Some officers who had looted Boer farms  havo beeu tiied and punished, to  the great astonishment and gratification of the Roors."  ONLY RUMORS IN LONDON  None Are Believed.  London, March 23���4 a. m.���  Again there is a persistent rumor  that Mafeking has been relieved. It  is even asserted that the war office  has received a dispatch positively  announcing the relief, but that publication of it is held back because  the form of the message admits of  the possibility of a mistake. The  war office, however, declares that  there is no confirmation of the rumor, and that no further news on  the subject is at hand.  No attention is paid in any quarter to the wild Boer rumors of commandant Oliver's victory over general Gatacre, which are only designed to relieve the drooping  spirits of the burghers. It seems  certain that Mafeking's only chance  lies iu relief by the columns supposed to be advancing from the  south, or in the possibility that  colonel Baden-Powell is strong  enough to attempt a sortie with a  view of capturing the Boer guns at  the time when commandant Symons  withdrew his men to oppose colonel  Plumer's advance.  All the reports 1-egarding the  British operations in the Free State  continue to be satisfactory. Nothing has developed regarding  general Buller's intentions, but it  seems hard to believe that he is  again embarking general Warren's  division.  It is reported from Lorenzo Marquez that Pretoria is prepared to  stand a siege of two years and that  the Boer women, frantic at the reverses to the Boer arms, are entreating to be allowed to shoot the  British officers imprisoned at Pretoria. It is also announced from  the Transvaal capital that the Italian government has declined to interfere.  No Traitors - Need Apply.  t London, .March 22.���At a meeting  today  of   the% constituents of Dr.  Gavin Brown Clarke,,Liberal member for Caithness aud formerly consul-general of  the South African  Republic, hi& resignation was again  demanded.        A    resolution   was  adopted drawing the attention of  the house of commons to the grave  charges made agaiust Dr. Clark in  connection with the [letters  stolen  from Mr. Bouchier A. Hawkeley, solicitor to the British South African  Compauy, in regard to the Jameson'  laid.   Dr. Clarke  was consul-general of tho South African Republic  prior   to   JS91,   and, has   wiitten  pamphlets, on the land question in  South Africa, India, and on some  special questions.    He was born in  Scotland  in  Scotland in 1810  and  was educated at the University of  Glasgow and Edinburgh and Kings  College, London.  presidents Steyn and Kruger regretting that it is unable to comply with their requests for intervention in tho South African war  after the formal declaration of the  British government that intervention would not be accepted. It was  added, however, that the government of Netherlands would always  be ready to support steps tending  to the restoration of peace.  DIVING FOR A LOST BARGE  COMPLAINTSJF METHUEN  No Peace Overtures.  London. March 22.���Replying in  the house of commo is today to a  series of questions oa the subject of  general   lord    Methuen   and    his  alleged   disagreements    with   the  officers of his column which  have  caused considerable comment,  the  parliamentary   secretary   for   the  war office, George W3rndham, declared that no  charges  had  been  brought  against  general Methuen  by   colonel   Gough   or   any other  officer.    Colonel Gough,  he  added,  has been informed that an inquiry  would be held iu his case.   Colonel  Gough   is   alleged , to   have    been  ordered homo by general Methuen  after declining to obey a command  issued by the latter, and the colonel  demanded a trial by court martial.  It has been learned that no peace  overtures have been made to lord  Salisbury, nor are any expected at  present by Great Britain. The  telegraphic correspondence has  been confined to the treatment of  piisoners. Loid Salisbury, as already cabled, is holding the presidents of the South African Republics responsible for the welfare of  the British prisoners. The question of the safety of Johannesburg  and the gold mines there has not  been raised. The correspondence  exchanged between lord Salisbury  and president Kruger will .shortly  be given to parliament.  Boers Clear Out.  Warrentox, ''March  Boers haA'e vacated Klip  Windsorton, which are almost  deserted.    Their  wives'and   families,  have fled  with themv They sank  the ponts or ferryboats at Rivef ton  and   Windsorton.     The Vaal, cztiv  only be crossed by swimming.   The  couutry t'jis   side  of the  river is  Well patrolled by the British.  "22.���Tho  Dam aud  Horse and Horse.  Loxnox, March 23.���A special  correspondent of the Times at  Bloemfontein telegraphing Thursday .says: "Yesterday Mr. Kruger  issued a proclamation annexing the  Free State to the Transvaal. Mr.  Steyn immediately issued a counter  proclamation declaring the Freo  State intact."  British Boer Soldiers.  London, March 23.���The Standard in its principal editorial-today-  indulges the hope that many Boers  may yet become British soldiers.  It says: "The Boers are proved to  have a remarkable turn for soldiering, and there must be many young  Boers who will be reluctant to return to a dull pastoial life after  tho excitements of the campaign.  If they arc willing to adopt a military career, we can find room for  them iu safer and more satisfactory  enterprises than armed rebellion.  We may yet hope to see some  future Cronje or Joubert leading  British troops on tho battlefield,  side by side with generals of Irish,  Canadian and Australian origin."  An Artillery Duel.  Kimukrwsy, March 22.���There  was a smart artillery duel near  "Warrenton yesterday morning. A  battery under major Blowitt, supported by the Kimberley Light  Horse, located the Boers who employed four guns, two of which  used cordite, but ineffectively. The  British battery replied with effect  and silenced the Boer fiie. The  Boers sent two shells near the railway station which was notdamaged.  A Deserter's Report.  London, Maich 23.���A dispatch  to the Morning Post from Bloemfontein, dated Wednesday,says: "A  deserter icports that the enemy  after repeated dissensions have  withdrawn from Brandfort northwards?."       Holland Keeps Out of It.  The Haguk, March 22.���After  mature deliberation the government lias   dispatched   a reply to  Olivier's Soldiers Quit,  Auwal North, Cape-,Colony,  March 22.--Commandant Olivier  left Smithfield two hours before the  British scouts arrived. He only  succeeded" in inducing about 150  meu to accompany him. mostly insurgents colonists. The 1'Vcc Statei s  refused to go with him and are returning to their farms.  Eival Burghers at Outs.  London, March 22.���The Daily  News has the following from Bloemfontein, dated Wednesday: "It is  rumored thut-Mr.���Kruger and'MiC  Steyn will meet at Kroonstaadt, in  the Orange Freo State on April Ibh,  to discuss the future programme.  The feeling between the Transvaal  and the Free State is> very bitter,"  Don't Want Boers.  Berlin, March 22.���In German  colonial circles ic is feared that  after Great Britain annexes the  Transvaal tho Boers will tick into  German Southwest Africa. Several  newspapers have referred to this  possibility dm ing the last few days,  plainly intimating that the Boers  are not wanted.  Show Clemency.  London, March 23.���Winston  Churchill, telegraphing from Ladysmith on Thursday, pleads for  mercy in dealing with rebel". He  says: "'We must not try for our  pound of flesh. No real conqueror  over lost by clemency either in this  world or in the next."  DouMed on His  Track.  .London, March 23.���The Singapore correspondent of tiie Times  says: "Ku Yei Wei, the Chinese reformer who wtis reported a month  ago to have sailed for London, returned here secretly in a pilot boat  and has lived in Singapore ever  since."                 Osman Pasha is Alive.  Con.stantiNoi'i.i:, March 22.���  There is no truth in the report published in the United States' that  O^man Pasha, the hero of Plevna, ii  dead. The famoiii Turkish general  hab been sick for a few weeks, but  his healfch-is now improving. ��  Box Car Also Located.  The efforts to raise the Kaslo &  Slocan barge sunk off the C. P. R.  docks   were   resumed   yesterday,  wheu a couple of divers from  tho  Coast were  brought  in  to  search  the bottom of the hike for the missing craft    Their efforts were successful inasmuch as the position  of  the   barge   was   ascertained    and  buoyed.    Today another series  of  descents will be made for the purpose of attaching the tackle  necessary to raise the hull.    The barge  in question was  lost  in  November  last during one of the heavy blows  wliich occurred toward the end  of  the month.    She was  loaded  with  lime rock for the Hall  Mines  smelter.      The   craft   was   05   feet iu  length  and  valued at  $2400.     In  February a couple   of   futile attempts Avere made to raise her with  giant grapnels   fashioned   out   of  steel rails.  The divers brought in yesterday  were James Moore and A. K. McDonald, both of Vancouver. They  are old navy men, Moore having  been a warrant officer aboard  II. M. S. Iron Duke when his time  expired. The divers brought complete outfits, including an air pump  which weighs several hundred  pounds.  Woi k was started yesterday at  noon, a small barge being utilized  to take the divers out to  the point near which the  barge was supposed to lie.  Commodore Gore of the C. P. R.  fleet was in charge of the party.  Moore, who does the submarine  work, donned the regulation shoes,  weighing 35 pounds apiece, helmet  and water proof clothing. The air-  pump was got in shape and at a  signal from McDonald, who takes  charge of i the life line and pump,  Moore jumped Iirst into the lake  with ti tremendous splash and shot  to the bottom. Sixty-four feet of  line was payed out before .his -feet  touched ground,' ,au<l he- immediately began to work around, his  course being indicated by the air  bubbles from tho escape valve.  After being iti the water 29 minutes Moore came up, and reported  that he could not find the barge,  bub leported tho discovery of a box  car resting on the bottom., lie  stated that the car was in good condition, and volunteered to raise it  today. This car went over the end  of the slip about a year ago.  Having   icstec!   a   few  minutes  while the scow was moved to a new  position, Moore dropped again and  after ten minutes  or  so  gave the  .signal to haul up.   This time,ho reported having struck the sunken  barge.    She wa.s lying' right side up  in G5 feet of water with her lotid of  rock       apparently      undisturbed.  jMoore then made another descent,  but   failed   to   discover   anything  new.   He will go down again today  shortly after !) o'clock.  -  In conversation with���a-Tin hunk  reporter Moore stated  that  he had  never  gone  into water so  cold  as  that in the lake.    His  hands were  not  protected,  and  on coming  up  they   were   benumbed   with   cold.  The bottom   of  the  lake, ho "said,  was six inches deep in mud or .sediment, and every step he took raised  ti cloud of mud iu front of him.    Jt  was quite imposbible to see, mo e  particularly  as   the  day  was dull,  and in moving tound he had to find  to.Jinrl hifc way  by  guesswork.    A  Hiiall slate attached   to the life line  was urfed   for communicating with  tho   surface.    In   none of   his descents did Moore see a .single fish, a  fact which ho reuiaikcd   on   immediately after boiug drawn up.  The operation is decidedly interesting and attracted a couple of  score of .spectators."  farce; which form part of the  dramatic entertainment being got  up by E. P. Whalley in aid of the  Canadian Patriotic fund. The caste  in "Uncle's Will" is Mrs. E. P.  Whalley, R. M. Macdonald and C.  B. Winter, in "My Turn Next,"  Mesdames Whalley, Goepel and  Langford and Freeman Lake, R. M.  Macdonald and H. A. Stuart.  WHITEWATER IS ALL RIGHT  French Engineer's Opinion.  MM. Leon Lisbet and Gennevoise,  representing the French stockholders in the Whitewater mine on  Rover creek, have returned from an  inspection of the mine. M. Lisbet  is a French mining engineer of  large experience, whose experience  in the new world has hitherto been  confined to Mexico and Bolivia,  where he has conducted extensive  mining operations.  When questioned as to his opinion of the Whitewater, M. Lisbet  was somewhat non-committal,  though by no means pessimistic.  There is now from four to eight  feet of snow on the Whitewater  group, and so he was precluded  from making an exhaustive examination of the property. He says  he knows nothing of the surface indications of the property or of its  geological conditions. He was,  however, able to thoroughly examine the underground workings  of the mine with which he is satisfied.  M. Lisbet authorizes the statement for publication that, from  what he has seen, the Whitewater  mine should, under careful management, be capable of being made a  dividend paying property. This,  from an extremely careful and conservative engineer, is high praise  and goes far to bear out the opinion  wliich has been locally entertained  of thejmine, and there is practically  no doubt but that the bond will be  taken up in due course.  . M. ^Lisbet left for France on last  night's boat, but exipeots to be back  here in a few months'  time  Gennevoise will  for a while.  M.  remain  in Nelson  NELSON MEN'S NEW TOWN  Named After General Wauehope.  F. S. Clements of the local firm of  Green & Clements,    has  returned  from a trip into the now mining  district at the  headwaters of the  Kettle  River,  where  he  surveyed  the   new  townsite   of Wauehope.  The townsite of Wauehope is situated about ��o miles up Fire yalley,  almost where it catches the Kettle  river, and it promises to be a very  busy  point this spring.    It is the  center of a new district in wliich  over 150> locations were made last  summer and upon which considerable development work will be per-^  formed this season.    Tho townsite  has been named after the late general Wauehope of the Black Watch,  who fell in the South African campaign, and is owned by Fred Williamson, P. E. AVilson and George  Doyle of this city, and E. Strickland of New Denver.   The work of  building  has   been   already   commenced.    Bert  Lambert,   who ran  the hotel at Slocan Junction, is at  work upon Wauchope's first hotel; ,  the Thomas    Brothers  of   Cherry  Creek are taking in a packing outfit;  O. Watson of Vernon, is putting up  an assay office; aud a general store  will  be opened about the  first of  May.     Of the   townsite some   10  acres have been surveyed into lots  30x 120, with 75-foot streets and 20-  foot lanes, and the management' of  the townsite interests will be looked  after by Fred Williamson.  A trail will be built at once from  Wauehope to the Eureka, up Eight-  mile creek, and about four miles  distant. On this property a 45-foot  tunnel has been driven across the  ledge, and another will be started  about 50 feet lower. The present  indications are that woik will be '  carried on continuously all summer  upon at least six of the properties, ������  and as uniformly high gold values  are received a very^ lively season  may be expected.  KERR &~C0MPANY  OPEN  POLITICAL   POINTERS.-  David Mai'k Carley has become  ono of the Mine Owners' Own, after  fighting shy for several months.  The Hall Mines, Limited, will not  bo able to make any contribution  to the campaign fund at this  election.  It is reported that the Liberals of  Ivuslo are sizing up secretary Sutherland of the Kaslo Board of Trade  as a political possibility.  If "William Fernie of Fernie, in  East Kootenay, decides to run in  the south riding of East Kootenay,  the lawyers of that riding will have  to take a back seat. Lawyers do  uot-seenrto-be wanted" hrany of  the Kootenay ridings.  ? Kuskonook.  Nelson  responded  not  in-  NELSON LOCAL NEWS.  Tho Nelson Gun Club did  hold its meeting last night a*  tended, owing to the opening of the  firemen's mess. Accordingly the  meeting has been postponed until  Monday evening next at 8 p.m. in  the fire hall. All those interested  in trap shooting tire invited.  Tlio Rowland Record will soon  beat Joe Martin iu the cabinet  making line. On Wednesday it  slated George A. Stewart Potts 'as  finauco minister. This htus since  been denied, and yesterday it offered a portfolio to A. li. Clabon of  Holland. This uill piobably bo  denied today,  'Very MiCccs-ful rehearsals1 wore  held last night of "Uncle's Will,"-  coiuodiclta, and  "My Turn Next,"  In Aid o  The people of  yesterday to appeals for aid from  the people of the burned-out town  of Kuskonook, many of whom were  left destitute. Fred Irvine <fe Co.  sent wearing apparel; at the Miner  newspaper office a miscellaneous lot  of provisions* were collected; tho  city wired a donation of $230 in  cash or supplies that are most  needed. It is likely that other  towns have been equally liberal.  All donations should bo sent to the  relief committee, of which J.C.  Blandy is chairman aud D McLennan secretary.  '   Improving the Telegraph.  J. Wilson, superintendent of the  C. P. II. telegraph lines in the west,  is authoiity for the statement that,  "Wc intend to put a new wire from  Nelson to New Denver, wheie it  will join the one from the main line  of the railroad aud give us a new  through line to the coast. When  this if, done wc shall use the present  wire from Nelson to the coast by  way of Kaslo and Sandon for local  business only. This will give us a  duplex system to the coast."  Will be Investigated.  It is said that the directors of the  Hall Mines, Limited, have decided  to send out an expert accountant  from London to "go through" the  books in the Xelson office of the  company. It is said that considerable of the company's money has  been paid out for other things than  mining and smelting ores.  Their New Store.  Kerr & Company formally opened  their handsome store in the Madden  block yesterday, thereby adding au  important business enterprise to  Nelson's growing list of up-to-date  establishments. Throughout the  day 'the premises were thronged  with visitors, who examined and  admired the splendidly assorted  stock of dry goods, ladies' ready-  made clothing and millinery. The  members of the firm are A. 3. Kerr,  who recently disposed of a flourishing  business  iu  Lindsay,  Ontario,  and W. J. Meagher, who is well  known' to Nelsonifces thiough his  connection with a prominent local  firm. Both gentlemen have an expensive experience, _and_the enterprise, courtesy and tact which will  place them in the front rank of  loctil merchants. Their handsome  store is filled from end to end with  a choice stock of brand new goods,  put chased in the leading eastern  markets within the past few  months, immediately befoie the recent rise in prices. As a result  they are in a position not only to  cuter to every class of customets",  but to place their goods on the market at prices which are most  attractive from the purchaser's  standpoint. The film have tho  best facilities for purchasing goods  and will thei of ore keep their stock  in line with those of the best stores  in the great cities. The firm's  motto, "good goods, Cash and one  price," will bo kept in view at all  times, and they havo adopted the  principle of refunding all cash paid  for goods which have not proved  satisfactory. The millinciy department will be one of the leading  features of the business, aud the  spring opening, which takes place  shortly, promises to be one of the  season's fashionable functious.  Metal Quotations.  Nvav Youk, March 22. Copper  firm, brokets1 $10.75; exehnnge  $10.50. Lead quiet, brokers)" $1.45;  exchange $1 (17',<��$1.72*. Tin easy,  Straits, #31.5b(&$31.75. Plates,  steady. Spoiler quiet, domestic  .$1.5Q(��$f.00.  Milner's Movements.  Cai'E  Town, March 22.--Sir  Alfred Milner, after leaving Nerval's  Pont, arrived at Colesburg at seven  o'clock   this   morning.      An   hour  later he left for Stormberg. THE TRIBUNE:  KELSON B. 0 FRIDAY,  MARCH 23  19 00  Hi   ,.  i k  I"  It  ki  for-  %1  i!  |f5��S  r?" ?'  1% **  Is*  l*>1S  I  la Hi  1*  In  ���lie  I  for Today.  Is that if you need anything in the Footwear  line, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, Rubbers, Shoestrings,  Polish, or any kind of repairing, it will be to your  advantage to visit  Lillie  e ���   ���  Bros.  Shoe Store  Don't Smoke a Cheap Pipe  y  See  THURMAN, Tobacconist;  Whatever, faults may be laid at  the door of the Ross government of  Ontario, it cannot be said that it is  lacking in progressiveness.   Ontario  cannot be classed with British Columbia as a mining province, but it  has a government which is determined to make the most of its possibilities.    For this reason, with infinitely less to go upon, the province of Ontario bids fair to realize  more advantage from such mineral  wealth as it possesses   than does  British Columbia, from what is generally termed its illimitable mineial  resources.    What an  example Ontario  has  set in its policy of en-  - eouragiug  the development  of its  base minerals, and their reduction  in the province. , British Columbia  has iron  deposits, equal to if not  .superior to those of Ontaiio, but  who ever heard of a public man hv  British Columbia seriously advocating government assistance for their  development?   The result is Ontario  * has thriving  industrial  communities,  to  mark  the preseuco of its  iron mines, while those of British  Columbia a re unheard of until some  newspaperman stumbles   over the  fact '  of    their     existence,    and  dilates upon their wealth producing  possibilities.   Then in  the matter  of the Ontario government's nickel  policy.     Like tho-public   men   in  British Columbia those of Ontario  recognized that it would be to the  advantage  of the province if the  nickel of tho province was refined  in    the   province instead   of in  Newark, New Jersey. Theie was  one difference between tho public  men of the two provinces however.  When difficulties were encountered  in British Columbia the project was  dropped ; but when they were encountered in Ontario the public men  set themselves to overcome them,  nnd they did. The result will be  that in Ontario the nickel of the  province will be refined in the province, and by an output tax upon,the  nickel mines, with rebates for home  refining, the government will have  a measure of control over the entire  process of mining and refining;  while in this province not only will  the refining be done in the Tnited  States, but the chief industry of the  province will continue to be at the  mercy,of the smelter trust. This  contrast marks the difference- in  having a province administered by  statesmen and in having it administered by politicians.   ��fc  " labor unions." The only thing  worthy.-of notice in the above circular is that the. settlement arrived  at in the Slocan was satisfactory to  the London & British Columbia  Goldfields. This being so there no  longer exists any excuse for the  London & B. C. Goldfields, and its  kindred companies, refusing to  recognize in the Nelson district a  wage scale which it has recognized  in the Slocan, and which it assures  its London stockholders is satisfactory.      It is announced in London that  the Loudon 6c British Columbia  Goldfields will shortly declare a  dividend of twenty per cent. It is  safe to say that the stockholders iu  the London & British Columbia  Goldfields will receive a forty per  cent dividend when the compauy  forsakes politics and gives its undivided attention to mining.  ATTORN-EY-GRNKRAf.,     QjHSON��   is  being abused by a section of the  Conservative press because   of his  connection with the capitalists who  propose to establish a nickel refinery and steel plant iu Ontario.   It  is insinuated that the attorney-general's connection with, the scheme,  and  the government's   subsequent  determination to encourage nickel  refining, " is    in ����� itself   suspicious.  Suppose 4t is admitted that attorney-general   Gibson  realized   that  the Ontario legislature could be induced   to   foster   the   refining   of  nickel,  and  upon  the  strength of  this induced capitalists to embark  the_n_ec_essary__capital iu _the -enterprise, in what way has the province  of Ontario suffered?   A man who  has head enough on him  to see an  opening^for a great industrial enterprise and induces capitalists to  take it up is surely of greater service to the piovince than the man  who devotes his entire energies to  squabbling in   the legislature.    If  British  Columbia  had  a few men  like    attorney-general     Gibson,   it  would see more progress and less  politico,   feomctliing   of   which   it  stands very "much in need.  side with the men from England,  Ireland, Scotland and the colonic?,  so- should the fallen remain side by  side in the land0where they securely  planted the flag. Distinguished  British generals ask no better burial  services than the battlefields where  they fall, and, new as the present  experience is to us, we should appreciate the sentiment of our race  aud deem it fitting that our soldiers  should be buried at or near the  place where by tlieir high courage  they contributed so much to a  signal victory. When the war is  over and Avon���when a new system  of government is established in all  South Africa under which all men  will be free and equal���and our  men come home and the calling of  the roll reveals the total losses, it  will then bo possible to make some  fitting recognition of their sacrifices  and our regard. Instead of being  brought home for burial across the  thousands of miles of this country's  width, at far-scattered points, they  will rest in comradeship where they  fell, and on the spot Canada could  aud should erect a granite shaft engraved with their names, and the  particulars of the part they bore in  the battle fought there, so well and  briefly expressed in the despatch  from lord Roberts'to the war office.  >��* -^asv ��^ ���**.��>^ ���**����, ���>����������>����. ��>BK '^s -Vv^k ��>*^ ���,*BK  w  w  iff  iff  iff  Hi  ��r'S-  00 .fi* . 00 .  _SSir_^'&&~-  00. /  4**  Hi  Hi  Hi  SEND  9��  Hi  Hi  Hi  FOR  <1��  <l>  Hi  Hi  SAMPLES  m  Hi  %9  0* ��� fi* ���___[���_*!'0s* ��� 0* 'fi*'. fi*  ���"^ ��� ,!��S^ . ^ft. . "*���* ��� >**v ��� ^"^ ��� ^e��,. ^��K. ^^  fi*-00'00'00'fi*'00'00'fi*  ^2&  >!Stk . >5>. ^By . '"gV ^����  0*'fi*;  B  v  Hi  Hi  Hi  ib  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  .^.sseeesesssese^  Ladies'  Mackintoshes  Latest Styles  ^asaaaa aaa ss-a ^  Hi  NEW  NO    GOODS  iff  Hi  iff  Boers Have Plenty of Money.  It is learned from an aiithorta-  tive source that at the commencement of the war the Transvaal had  ��1,000,000 in cash in the National  Bank, ��1,000,000 of commandeer-  able money belonging to the public  in other banks, besides ��2,000,000  iu Europe at Dr. Leyds' disposal.  It is supposed that half a million  was spent shortly before the outbreak of hostilities on armaments.  They possess also in the Netherlands railway and other state securities ��2,000,000, plus government  lands, rents, licenses, aud royalties,  which they may try to sell to financial adventurers abroad. The Boers  are disbursing scarcely any cash.  No pay has been forthcoming for  the troops, and salaries are mostly  unpaid or reduced to the extent of  SO per cent. One English firm,  which threw in its lot with Mr.  Kruger, wants ��30,000, but cannot  get a penny.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  4.  Xti  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  iti  iti  iti  Hi  xti  iti  iti  Hi  Xti  iti  xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  ress  INCLUDING  and  Prints, Zephyrs,   Ginghams,   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 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.  Shirt Waists and Wrappers  JUST IN  Xti  iti  xti  iti  Xti  iti  to $9.  Beady-made Skirts  NEW GOODS ARRIVING  -*?3d* 999 -S3-3 9-  IK  1>  Ladies'  and Children's  Cashnjere FJose  We have opened up and are marking the  largest stock of Wash Shirt Waists and  Wrappers ever received in Nelson. Right in  style and right in price.  Black and Navy Serge $3 to $12.50.  Black Brillanteen, plain and fancy, $2.50   {i'g  ^ ��&Q o ..Iff  \ti  Xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  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.  rvine & Co.  DAILY  f  Hi  The  Hi  Hi  1��  Latest  Hi  Hi  4*  Hi  Neckwear  Hi  Hi  Hi  INCORPORATED 1670.  Ross, Lee & Taylor  BAKER STREET. NKLSON  (George F. Motions old bland)  Flour, Feed, Md, Hay  AND PRODUCE  Gar Lots a Specialty  Seville  Oranges  for  Marmalade  i  at  \l%tU  Correspondence Solicited  Phono 26-  Palace Wjeat WJar^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  ' TliK secretary of the London  British Columbia Goldfields, in London, has issued rt circular announcing that .the labor trouble in the  Slocan Luis been settled, and that  there is not likely .'to be any dearth  of men. "This is the more satis-  " factory," he adds, "as the settle  Burial of Canada's Dead.  Toronto Sliir.  There is sonic talk about bringing home to Canada the bodies1 of  our soldiers who havo fallen in the  war, but tiie suggestion should be  discouraged. There would be none  Lo object to jt on the ground of  trouble or expense, but there are  other and suificient reasons for  burying them where they fell, in  graves made on the field of battle or  in the nearest cemetoiy. To wait  two months for the arrival of the  bodies could Only serve to prolong  and intensify the grief of the relatives of the fallen men. J)ut more  important still is the consideration  that it is not the British practice io  bring home the bodies of soldieis  who have fallen  in distant  fields,  Hudson's Bay Stores  TRLV.PIIGXF. 13  Garden  A feature -will be made of the poultry JUid  game tiado. Thoy will always be on hand during their sc.iSon.  _J._L.  PORTER, Prop.  1G9 Josephino St., between Baker and Vornon.  Telephone 159.  The latest Wall Papers  BORDERS AUD MOULDINGS  Vernon  Street, Nelson.  Brown & Co.  200 BAKER STREET  REMOVAL SALE  Wo have moved into tho Hull block, and will  he pleased to Meet all our customers and friend-!.  Wc cordinllj liirilo jou to give us a call. You  ���will find our goods marked alquick$cl!ing prices.  This -.took includes Rcacly-to-wcar Clothing,  I'm mailings, Hits and Caps, Boots and Shoes.  3S9 Baker Street,  Hall Wocir  BROWN & CO.  Robi  AVe are now opening up the I.ugost stock of  ���w.Ul papcr.s. boideisaml mouldings ever received  in Nolson. Wc piHCluisod cliicel from tho Monti ��i! impoiter.1, and nave therefore Ihc latest de-  sipis arid cloMist puces. Special quotations to tho  Li.ulo.   F. J, Bradley & Oo,  l'.MNlPJtS AN'�� l>r.COUA'J01lS  Corner Violon'a.tnd Josephine Stioeti, NcKon.  a  g  o.  We are ready for your gardening. Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lawn Grass and White Clover.  Prices  same as Eastern  Catalogues  wm.  " ment   was   arrived    at   without j an_ j^g <-,]le Canadians have march-  *' acceding to tiie demands of tine' ed, bivouacked and fought side by  Canada Drag & Book Co,  NKLSON  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUDHS  Special attention given to family tiade  affi?a��u   ���jc a. tamblyn  Jtfclsoa, ii C. MAStAOirn  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.       ^     .  A boarding and day school conducted by tbe  Sisters of SI. Joseph of Peace. It is situated at  the corner of Alill .md Josephine .streets in one of  the beht iCbiriontUl portions of Nelson, and ib  easily accessible tiom all parts of the city.  Thecoui-fre of study includes tlio fundamental  and higher bronchos of thorough English education.' Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���music;  \ oeal and instrumental, diawing, etc. Pkiin art  and ncedlewoik, elc.  For fermb and paitioulars apply to tho Sister  Superior.  Lethbridge Gait Ooal  Tho be=t value for the money in tho maiket  for .ill purpobes.  ir.KMa cash      XV. P. Tikhnkv, General Agent  Telephone 147.    Office with C. B. J. Christie.  NOTICE TO UNION CARPENTERS.  All earponlcis who aie in s.wnp.iihy with  oiRnni/cd labor me heicbj notified lli.il the  (.u|ionlering in connection Willi P. Hums Ac  Cump.nn'scold stoiairupl.mI, is being peiformed  by non-union labor, and inembeis of the  (.upenUnVLnion, and those in tomp.Uhy with  it,arc requested to govern thomscHcs uocord-  Etuy]y.  JAMES COLLING,  Secretary Jfclson Carpenters' Unioa.  FASHIONABLE  TAILOB  Worl(inai|sl|!p and  quality of goods t\\e  best obtainable  Opposite SiherKfiik Iiotel, lUkcr street, Nelson  CUT PRICES IS  OUDEU OF THK DAY  THE  And I want to bo In It. lhavo just received  Fail samples of SuiliiiKs and OvuraoatinKs, representing a 350,000 stock to choose from made to  your order at prices never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest fads in Fancy VoatinRS for  Kali and winter. .    .  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  'Otilprices." IXooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  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 Veranda_ Posts,. Store Fronts,-Doors,  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere -    .  The Nelson  Saw an  ill  Planing  ite  Office nnd .Mills comer Hall and Front Slrocts, Npl^nn  Lowotil:  STEVENS. The Tailor  M. Blythe, Phrenologist  lias rooms over rosjt.uirans and bakpry, at corner of JIall and Vernon sU out, Nolson. Hours  from 1 to <) p trt.  NOTICE.  The Uilck'a\crs'nnd Masons' Union, No 2, of  Nel-on, lcspcctfulb ����sli lo notify conductor-,  and .ill v.Ikjui it may concern, th.it fiom April  l-.t, 1%'t), ihej h.vs o concluded lo adopt the eiuhl-  houi d.iv, at (i2LcLln1siier liom, being a rcduet ion  f loin the fid i ite of Mii cents pcrhoui. Their ob-  joi't is to Hive conlr.letms sullicient time bufore  fee-nding In their tenders for work, believing it  amI! benefit all concerned.  J. W. ETCHER. PrcsiaeiiL  JOSEPH CIjARUT, Secretary.  Kelson, March nth, 1900.  FOR   SALE.  Large (wound a half story frame houcc, containing double drawing room, 1 bedrooms and  dressing loom with clothes closets, dining room,  liin?u kitchen, hot nnd cold walcr, bath loom  wifli bath complete, toilet; lighted w ilh elcctnci-  ti ; within Ihc minutes walk of the business poi~  tion of the city: beautiful situation overlookinpr  tho lake1. Two lots each 25\ 120 loot, fenced, and  with lawn in front. A very de-ir.iblc residence,  newly fmmshednnd carpeted throughout with  best furniture and carpels. Furniture and  kitchen utensils will bo sold either with the  house or sepaialoly.  Kor terms and particulars apply to \V. A. Galliher, al lhe ollleo of Galliher ���� Wilson, Ovur Mo-  Arthur's furniture stoic, llaker stieet, Nelson,  B.C.  0.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  SWEEPING  Opposite Opera 1-fonso  CHIMNEY  Office Ward Street  SAWMILL   FOR   SALE.  The sawmill and plant lately owned by .Tosoph  T. Haborts, nl Iiykcit's Landing, and consisting  of ii 30-hoiso power boiler, engine, Griflith &:  Wedge Lop-rif' miwumU, edger, planer, bolt Iny,  etc., elc., will be .sold whcio they now btand.  Apply to  TAYLOR & HANNINGTON, Solicitors.  Notice of Application for License,  I hcicbygho notice that I intend to apply to  tho J torn d of Licensing Comntissioncis <jl the  City of Nclion at its next meeting for an hotel  license for tiie premises aitunte upon lot 24, block  68 (northoabt comer of Vernon and Hall streets)  in the city of Nelsoa. B. K. LEMON.  GEWUINE  P. O,  J. T. FIFE  Box 560  & CO,  NELSON  uonoE.  Notice is hereby en cn thai I intend to apiilj al  tho iii'.\t meet mi} ol the Boaid of License com-  inifMoiieis for (ho CiU of Nelson, held .mor the  ��\piiaiion of thirty d.iis fimu the date heioof,  foi ,i tniiisfei of the saloon liccnso now he'd by,  iiie, dated (he-l.th day ol Jamuiy, 1000, rot Iho  w^t1? v'Slo��"' .^iwto o" the west half oi lot i ,  b,0cfe J7,NUson- "' c- to John Liudblad of Nel-  son v ii, o.  I>ated this 3rd day oi March, 1900,  Witaess: JLttWAitD.  W. A. WAIltt,  ^  fer^fc. THE TRIBUNE:  KELSON B. C, FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1900  is  BAM OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6.000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount lloynl ...Prcsidcn  Hon. George A. Drummond Yice-lYesidcn  K. S. Clouston G cnoral J.lar.ago  NKLSON IIRANCH  Northwest Corner llaker and Stanley Streets  Branches in Lo.vno.v (Knglaud) New York,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to isfsue: Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. 0., and Dawson City, N. W. T.  liny and sell Sterling Kxchango and Cable  Transfers.  Grant. Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, ICtc.  Saving's Bank Branch  CUHUK.VT HATE OK IXTKltKST PAID.  TWORKINC MINER STATES  His Views.  Camp McKinnky, March 11.-  -To  the Editor of the Victoria Colonist:  In j'oxti' issue of March 10th I see  nn interesting interview- witli J.  Roderick Robertson of Nelson on  how the miners live in the great  miniug districts of the Kootenay,  and I would be much obliged if  you would allow me to attempt to  present the facts from a miner's  point of view.  From September 19th, 1S9S to  June 1st, 1S99, I worked ��� at the  "Whitewater, amine iu the Siocan  "which is partly owned by the Lcm-  ' don & Biitish Columbia GJoldfields  Company, and under the management of Mr. Robertson. During  1898 he generally came up to the  mine on pay-clay, and T saw him  different times though I never saw  him go underground, and his information about bunk-houses and  bath-rooms seemed to be obtained  secondhand.  If the ladies of the Coast supply  literature to the mines I can assure  them it never gets past the company offices. At the Whitewater  we got the old numbers of the  magazines. They came from Lamont ��fc ,-;Young of Kaslo, and wo  always understood that we got  ivthem through the kindness of Mr.  Hill, the company's clerk.  I do not know who was responsible for the board at the AVhito-  water, but 1 am glad to say .that it'  was - first-class, though on fresh  milk and other delicacies Mr. Robertson's imagination gets the better  of him.      _ ,  For $l-a day any mine in this  country near a railroad can afford  - to give .first-class board. The Slocan'Star at 'Sandon <once sublet  their boarding contract for SO  cents a day, and the contractor  made a profit. ���  At the he Roi ami War Etigle  mines at llossltiud,1 and "lately at  the Payne mine, near Sandon, bedding is furnished, but at the others  a miner must supply his own mattress and blankets, ile finds his  own towels, sometiiiies his soap,  and has to pay for getting his  clothes washed, besides an occasional bath for himself,  Boots cannot be bought in these  towns for from $2.50 to $4; such  shoos are very little used underground. Outside of Itosshmd the  average price for miners' shoes is  $ft, while long rubber boots cost $7,  #S and $ 10,  | These mino_mauagers have  a-pc���  culiar way of looking at the sunny  side of wages. They talk of the  high wages for machine men and  forget to say that there are very  few machines used in the Slocan  Alines. J think Mr. Robertson was  thinking of i}io Montezuma mine  near Kaslo when he spoke of men  working for s  men  worked  money. It is needless to add that  today the shares are practically  ���worthless. Men working in the  Payne or other big dividend payers  get few chances to take shares in  payiuoiifc.  '- It is nonsense to talk about a  youug man working eight or ton  years in one, of these mines and  tluih acquiring a, capital of from  $5000 to $8000. Men can not .stand  it. Outside of the isolation of their  lives and tho monotony of their  daily routine, tho work in wet  Xilaces. in bad air and dangerous  ground is so detrimental to their  health that out of an average of  one hundred men Charlie Starr and  myself were the only ones who lost  lio time through sickness or other  can&es during that eight, months  and a half. As the boys say, the  trail was kept warm with men coming to and leaving that mine.  If these men wonder why the  best miners leave this country the  joason is not far to seek. In the  Cucur d'Aleuos the wages are $3.50  per day. In Butte, Montana, every  man underground is paid $.'5.50 for  dight hours, aud the same wages  are paid iu the Republic mine in  "Washington. It seems strange that  ihe Canadian owners of the Republic mine are content to pay that' tdtef/bom,  wage there, while in their own  country their great ambition is to  cut the wages of the miners.  Personally, I feel sure that'if the  Whitewater management had met  tlieir meu in a reasonable spirit the  men would have worked right  along. But nothing was said to the  men. Notices were posted announcing the reduction in wages, and to  crown all, George Alexander of  Kaslo, who had been appointed  Slocan manager for the mines in  which t!ie London & British Columbia Goldfields Compauy were interested, commenced to issue time-  checks, payable in Kaslo, and  notified the Whitewater merchants  not to cash those time-checks.  Time-check No. 1 was a peach. It  was for two dollars and some cents.  We figured that it would take the  man two days and cost him,over $5  to get it cashed. Then we organized.  Mr. Robertson speaks in very  general terms. He gives no in-"  stances. He forgets about the deep  snow and the loneliness of those  steep mountain sides. He says nothing of the snowslides. On the  11th of last June he did not see a  man's body dug out of the Noble  Five snowslide, where it had lain  six months. ��� The other day a slide  in the same place caught three men,  two of them being killed and the  other badly injured. Every winter  since the Slocan was settled the  snowslides have claimed their victims. There may be sunshine, but  there are also shadows in a miner's  life, and while I think the miners  and the miners' unions of this country have made mistakes, I cannot  see why the mine owners should  have acted as high handed as they  have for the last year.  I hope, Mr. Editor, that you will  haA'e the fairness to publish this,  and thank you in advance for anticipated space.        William Letts.  The Queen at Herbert Hospital.  London, March 22.���The queen,  accompanied by princess Christian,  and attended by a large suite, visited Herbert hospital at Woolwich  this afternoon to see the sick and  wounded soldiers who are being  cared for there. Immense crowds ���  awaited the arrival of her majesty  at the station in Woolwich and  lined the route to the hospital  There were lavish decorations and  unbounded enthusiasm was displayed. The queen appeared to le  in excellent health. She drove in  a'i open landau through the arsenal  grounds, where 20,000 employees  were drawn up in line and gave her  majesty a magnificent reception.  //���.v^->��u'w ^T^*��.-Sr^>��*.��s��^v*.-Sr^>**���2c^^-ST^*�����.���        ^35��� 00^00-0^-0*-0^-0*��� 0*-0*��� 0*-0*��� ^^^ ���00^^00��� 00>*/v\  Hi  & CO  iff  iff  WWWWWW  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  iff  GROCERIES.  MACDONALD & CO���Corner Vernon and  Josephine streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers inblankcts, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  ijiackiiiaws and minors' sundries.  A.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street,  Nelson,   wholesale  grocers. .  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.���Front street, Nel-  *�����   son, wholosalo grocers.  ..'  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  tl. Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers  in provisions, cured meats, butter and eggs.  FR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ��� R. track, foot of-Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce fand  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  Xti  Hi  iti  ry Goods Store  Corner Baker and Ward Streets  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  xti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  A FULL LINE OF  ',   Front Doors  Inside Doors *  Screen Doors,  Windows  Inside' Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and roast.  ' Newel Posts  Stair Bail  , Mouldings- ���  Shingles  Bough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  IF WHAT VOU WANT IS NOT I.V STOCK  WE WILE MAKE IT FOK VOU  CALL AND GET PRICKS,  SASH AND DOORS.  NKLSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall stroets,  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, and electric  blasting apparatus.   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.-*-Corner Baker and Hall 6tieets. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kooto  nay Belle" brands of cigars.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.���Cornor Baker and Josephine  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agentsfor Giant  Powder Co.  We are "well satisfied ���with our opening. Everything has been a decided success. Ladies "who are Hi  good judges say our stock is select, and "what is ��  better still, our prices are right. *E  Hi  Xti  Xti  Hi  Hi  Hi  ...  $> Everything New, Choice and Select.    Our Motto: Good Goods, Cash and One Price $  iti  Hi  Xti  Hi  Our new Black arid Colored Dress Goods, Trimmings to match, are elegant.  Silks, the finest in the trade for Blouses or Dresses.  ladies' Ready-made Suits, Skirts, Jackets, and Capes.    Style and fit, perfect..  Prints, Victoria Lawns, Muslins, Ginghams.  Embroideries, Laces, Corsets, Gloves  and  Hosiery, Table Linen, Napkins, Towels, Toweling, Bed  Spreads, Bleached Sheeting, Circular Pillow Cotton.  Hi  Hi  Hi  iK  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  J. A. Sayward  HALT. AND LAKE STKEKTB, KELSOST  HARDWARE   ICOMPANY-  Nelson,  wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED���Baker street, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies, plum-  bcrs and tinsmiths' supplies.   COAL.  CROWS NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.--  Wholesalo dealer's in coal and coke, Charles  St. Baibe. Agent. Baker street. Nelson.   '   "    - '    ASSAYERS"   SUPPLIES.*-1  W-F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker'and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in assnyers supplier. Agents ^for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corncr Vornon  and Josephino streots, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquois, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Oo. of Calgary.   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  ^^^.^��^��^��|g|t.^,-^.^g>��^.^' ^���>^.St.^.'^gl.>gt��^ 00. fi*.00.fi*. 00. fi* .fi*. 00.00. 00.00. _0./_0. 00.00. fi*.j__f<_r-  '0m'00'00-00'fi*- 00'00'0*'00- 00- 00'^Sl- 00- 00-00- 00-00 5?^^':STJ,3K.5S^^ST:^.'^^,5''i5��^^^''5��8^^'-W  HJ, EVANS & CO.���Baker street,  ���   wholesale    dealers   in   liquors,l  P.  hares,    in  tli at niiiio  for lui!f shares,, half  iUUhUlllMbi  (LIMITED)  Successors, to  A'. DEWAR & CO.'  0.  Rough and  Dressed <  Lumber  \  Shingles  oiildings  A:1 White Pine Lumber Always in  Stoc^.  "Wo curry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned AYork, Stish and Doors.  Special order work will  receive  prompt attention.  ICO  Contractors and Holers  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock of first-class dry material on  hand, also a full lino of saah, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard:   B*oob of Bendryx stieob. Nelson  .<�� Jot}�� Rae, Agent  Nelson,  -.-.   --. .. -       .    cigars,  cement, fire brick and lire clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and goncu'.r commission merchants,  PAINTS   AND   OILS.  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  Street-Wholesale dealers in paints, oils,  and brnshes of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootenay.  FRESH AND .SAL^MEATSl  BURNS &   CO.-Baker  street,   Nelson,  wholesale dealers in fetish and cured meats.  Cold storage.   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS. "  NELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY���  Baker htrcot, Nelson. Manufacturers of all  kinds of tents, awnings, and canvas goods.  P. 0. Box 7(i.   Thco, M.idson, proprietor.   * WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streots, Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines lease and bulk)  and domestic andimported cigars.   DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS. "  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streots. Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesaledoalors in rerated waters and  fruit sirups. Sole agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone GO.   " FLOUR AND FEED.     "    .  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in Hour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New west-  mlnstor.    ���.,.���������.���,.���.,������, I ..,��� .,_  ._ AROHlTECrS.  WWART & CARRIE-Arohiteots.   Rooms 7  ���*-��   and �� Ahardnon hlnpk. Balw ot r"ofi NAlonn.  : ENGINBERS^  OHAKLKS PAHKKIt���Mining and milling cn-  tclncor.   West H.lfcer itmpt. Nt'1-.on.  ~ TE ADK~UNIONS;  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 90, W. F. of  M.���MeolH in niinecH* union rooms, noith-  enst corner Victoria and Kootenay Miccts every  Saturday evcniiiK ttt S o'clock. Visiting mom-  bors wcfconio.  Ja.wkb Wn.KRB, Sec'y.    Cir.^. A. McKay. Pres.  rpHE icuulnr meetings of theOurpeiitoih' Union  a- are held on Wednesday evening of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners', Union hall corner Victoria and Kootonay streets.  It. ROBINSON' President.   JAMKS COLLING, Secretary.  TRADKS AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The regular meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be held in tho mincrh' union hall,,  corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on tlio  first and third Tlmisday of each month, at  7.30 p^m.  G. J. Thorpe, Pres. J. II. Matiihsox, Sec'y.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NKLSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M.  Meotw second Wednesday In each month.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel which, is now being  enlarged and renovated, will be reopened  on March 1st, vlienjt will have 10 huge,  nicely furnished aMJwell lighted rooms,  belted with hot air. Special attention  will be givon to the dining-loom.  RATES REASONABLE.  C. A. PROSSER,  MANAGER  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS    "  UNION MADE  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NELSON,  BRITISH COLUMBIA  COAL!     COAL!  GEEAT REDUCTION  DELIVERED  TKLEPIION'E  "33     '  G. W. West & Go.  H. D.  ASHCROFT  , BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  , HORSESHOEING  AMERICAN  AND    -  EUROPEAN  ��� PLANS- '  MEALS  25  P. Burns & Co.  Head Office at  NELSOK, B.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  GENTS  UOO.IIS LIGJ1TRD BY ELECTRICITY  AND HKATKD BY STEAM "  25 GJii.VTS TO ?l  821 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson!  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKKR STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Markets at Nelson, Kossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, Now  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Porks, Greenwood, Cascade Cifcy, Midway, and Vancouver.    . - ^  .   * Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kobtenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ^   &   TRAVES,   Manager  ,    ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION. .  Headquarters fop Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  B. P. BMBT & CO., Ltd,, Victoria: J  51pc(iiiil quotations irnw 'or carload lots   ��. O.        --_---  Kyotermj- Agent  A. U. CRAY, P. O. box 62], Nolhon, 11. C\  Largo comfortable)  bedrooms and   flnst-class  dining room. Sample rooms tor commercial mon.  RATES $2 PER DAY  KNIOHTS OV PYTHIAS  25. Knights of Pythiant       _.   ._.    .   Baker and Kootenay streets, every  insr at 8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights  Hall, corner  Tu��".daj- ovenin;  Nelson IrfJdKe, No,   JKO, J  25, Knights of Pythias, meets In I. O. O.  Ba"      .... _. _ninsr  cordially iru'itea to attond.  R. G. JOY, K. of R. & S.    LEONAKI) SCOTT, C. C.  NELSON L. O. L., No. 1692. meets In I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Uaker and Kootenay^ street1?,  1st and 3id  Friday o�� each month.   Visiting  brethern cordially invited.  _R. Rftniyso.v. W.M. W. Cn \ wfoiiij, Roc^Sec.  NKLSON ^IRIE, Number 22, Fraternal Order  of Kftglus, mectw every becond and fourth  Wednesday iuoach month  In Fraternity UaiJU  VinltAng brethren welcome.  XV. Gosnkix, President.  Oiukuks PaossKK, Secretary  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  Special attention given to all kinds ot repairing and custom work from outbldo points.  Shop:   Hall St., between Bakor and Vei  TENDERS  FOR   REAL  r onion  WANTED  ESTATE.  TcmliSrs will be lcceuoil by llio undor^iKni'iI  until 12 o'clock noon on Jlondnj. .A pi il 2nd, 1'XKl  /or tho following desci il>ecl i c��l cstnlr in Nelson.  LotsTaiidPiind Lots llanrt ly in Wock 1". together with tho luiprotciiicnis thereon, consisting of the Silver King hotel and n one-story residence.  Toimq cash. Tho highest or any tender not  necessarily ncceiiled.  CAROLINE THKLI.V,  Artminislmtrix o-t.itcof .lolih.Iolinson.decc.ised.  Nelson, II. C, Jlnith 2nd, IOjO.  ONEYTO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. T��� LENNOX, Solu itor, X<feon H. C  TN  THE  jrATTKIt OV AN APi'LIPATION  ���i-  ran a Dui'LicATi: or a tick i-ikk'atk  OK TITL11 lo lots eleven Oil and twelve (ri),  Wock t^entj-seven (Si), < ily of Nelson, J{. U.  Notice is liciel)} fjhen that il. is my intcnlion  ut the I'.Npinition ol one month fiom ihe  publication hen of. lo i^siio .1 iliiplidlu of tho  Ceitifle.itonf Title'o llie .ibuvp lands, issued (o  <i<<>iK<" A. H. Hnll, on IliciOlh d.ij uf Dcruinbcr,  Ib'b, ,md ii ttuilJLin.il KM K.  S. Y. WOOTON,  Ilefjistrar (iuriei.il.  Land HeffihLry Oilicc, VicU��ri,i, II. C, Mltii February, iano.  Wjrs, E. C. Clarke, Prop.  UU) OK "i'lTK KOVAr, flOI'i.Ii, CAT-GARY  A Big�� Schooner  OF  BEEROR  HALF-AND-HALF -  W. P. DIOKSON  ��1. H. H. APPLHWHAITB  J. MoPHBH  Kooteqay Electric Supply & Gonstruotion Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete HI��otrie BJqnlpsaenta tor Sloetrlc Power Tranemlsslon and Lighting for  MinBH, Towns Jailoctric Stxtnrtm, Lampe, Bells, Telephonoa, Anaanolatorc, Etc,  P. O. Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson. B. O,  ALWAYS  KIIKSII  ALWAYS  COOL  The be^t kUss of boor lo be had in Nelson ia at  XIIK CLUB IIOTEL  Cornor Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  ���.  .�� _    Baker and Ward  0USB      Streets, Nehon  The only hotel iu Nelson that has remained  under ono management since 1890.  The bed-rooma are well furuishod and lighted  by electricity.  Tho bar is alwas-B Blocked by tho bosh dom s-  tic unci toj'Ortcd liquors aud cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL   erie. b. c.  KiisicUss In every respect. Choicest winrn.  Iiquoisniul (ifiais. Kvery comfort for tranrfiont  and resident kucuLs.  HKADQUAIlTKItS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSKPJI C'AMPBKLL, Proprietor.  Fred J. Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPRING SUITINCS  WKST BAKKR 8TRKKT�� NTEI^iON - OPPOSITE SILVKR KINO HOTS!  That Light is Poor  GAS FITTING OUB SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Victoria Street, opposite I'oslofllce.  UT US PUT IN Cf^S  STRACHAN 3RD  R. REISTERER & CO"  BIU.WEUS AND IJ0TTr.EB8 OK  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  lJro��npt nnd regular  deliver}'' to the trodo  Brewery at Nelson  ine  CLEANING  AND  REPAIRING  YOUR OWN GOODS JIADE CP  OLD CLOTHES MADB GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MKIICHANT TAILOR  Fop Sale Cheap  ���At  RAILROAD OUTFIT  Such ns Wheel Scraper's, Plcki, Shovels, Hammers, Stx>el, Wagons, Large Range, Tent*!. oU%  Call at Old Curiosity Shop, Josephine Btrool.  Kootenay   Coifee   Co.  NELSON, B. C.  Coffeo roastoi-8 and dealers in Tea and CofToo.  Offer fresh roasted coBTee of best quality au  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound v 5   10  Java* and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds ��� 1 00  Fine Santos, i pounds     100  Santos Blond, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 8 pounds  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds  1 00  A trial order roHcIUmL Salesroom 2 doors cask  of Oddfellow* block. West Baker street-  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons. I!osu��:, Knncy KvertfrceHS  Jliijfnolns. Bulbs, new crop tcsicd seeds, for spi ing  iilantin);. L.ugebt nnd most complete Slock in  \Vostoi i) C'anrttM. Cull and nitike j our .selections  or send for cidilwue. Addresa ut the nui.-ery  ground? und greenhouse.    ^ ^ HKNHY>  SflOfi Westminster Road. VnncoilTei. 15. C,  a7�� BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer Victoria &ud Kootenay Striata.  P. D. Box K8. TELEPHONE HO, �� ���J?~-���~-  :: ����*:-.��� j I ?*--.USI��  THE TEIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., FRIDAY MARCH 23  1900  A DIRECT  IMPORTATION OF  pushes  BATH   TOOTH   NAIL   HAIR  If  I  ki.  lis.  f  K-1  1%   ,  t ?  I*   I  I ������ 4 5  \_l i  II*   "  Baker Street, Nelson  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  ing    Clothing  Now is the time to get a bargain in Clothing as we are  giving a liberal discount on  these goods for the next few  days in order to make room  for spring goods which are arriving daily  The JVelson Clothing House  217 219 Baker Street  GITY LOCAL NEWS  ^STS^Sf^flS'^e-.??:^^ f^^^S^^f-0-0'0-0-0:Z^.ySt  I am here,, my friends to let you know I'am all right.  Kimberly and Ladysmith have been relieved and I am still  iu Nelson with a year of prosperity ahead of me. Everything is  pointing this way, and I   am  here with my up-to-  | ESTABLISHED I|M   NELSON IN   1890  \ti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti date line of goods ready to compete with  eastern  prices.    I  iti am   reeieving   goods  every  day   direct from  the   factories,  iti which are for   sale, and   I   am   prepared   to   guarantee the  Hi quality.    Come and  examine  our stock;  no trouble to show  \ti goods.    I have 1000   kinds   to suit you all.   Jewelry of  all  \ti kinds, also   precious stones, sterling   silver   in all  the latest  iti designs and patterns.    Bradley & Hubbard's  up-to-date art  iti goods.   Karn, the leading piano of Canada.    Come early and  (jj/ we will serve you accordingly.   Don't forgot the place.  0/ We only employ the   most expert watchmakers and  iti jewelers.   All work is guaranteed.   Mail orders will  receive  \ti our prompt attention.  | JACOB DOVEB, THE JEWELER  ���iVf NELSON, B. C.  'Zs^'^-J*'^^^'^'^^'^^        *!:SZ:&��:&&&&��*&S~&:  ���s?>0'0"0i0'0-0'0-,g"0-0       ^:sr.^.^.��r��'��fc"��.'^;��*',-��"-��'-  ill  xti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  fi  Ir %*  |[|l��s l��  I Jy  Great Clearing Sale  of Dry Goods  $12,000  Stock of New Goods  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 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 ouj^ prices._^o^eJad|es of  NelsdtTwe-woii!d"say that this is a good opportunity  to get your spring and summer dress goods al a bargain.    Here is a sample of some of our prices:  DRESS GOODS that  were   40c, now selling at 25c  do             do do 65ct          do              40c  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 do       75c, do        , 45c  COLORED  DRESS GINGHAMS,  regular 20c goods, now selling at 12��c  COLORED DRESS GINGHAMS,  regular 15c goods, now selling at 10c  COLORED  DIMITIES, regular 15c goods, offered at 10c  COLORED  PIQUES,       do     20c     do do       12J-  FLANNELLETTE now selling at 5c, formerly 8c  ��fc��M��SEr A.'FERLAND & CO.  is  to replace that  Shabby Awning  Place your order with  THEO.   MADSON  "ents,  Awnings,  and  alt kinds of Canvas  Goods  Manufactured to Order ,  BAKER STREET, NELSON. J  The "William Gooding case was  finally concluded yesterday when  the young man waa sentenced to six  months' imprisonment in the provincial jail by judge Forin.' There  were charges of forgery and theft  against Gooding, and on each the  sentence was six months to run concurrently. The young man pleaded  guilty on both charges.  Judge Forin had several criminal  cases before him in chambers yesterday. Sanderson, the C. P. It.  porter, elected for a speedy trial  and pleaded not guilty. His trial  was fixed for April 3rd. .* Judd, the  Kimberley man charged with theft,  pleaded not guilty and his trial will  take place at Fort Steele on a date  to be named. H. H. Bowden did  not come up, his solicitors, Galliher  & Wilson, having a��ked for an adjournment which was granted.  At the mining recorder's office  the following matters were recorded  yesterday: Gilbert Peoueof Ymir,  transfers a half interest in the Apex  claim on the divide between Hidden  and Porcupine creeks, to Owen  Boyer and John Stinson of Ymir;  and Samuel Brisbois of Xmir, sold  a quarter interest in the Smuggler  Fraction claim on "Wild Horse creek,  to Thomas Moriarty.  J. F. Holden has transferred his  interest in the Bradford mineral  claim located on the north slope of  Morning mountain to L. L. Merrifield. Mr. Merrifield is a director  of the gas works and largely interested iu the Venus property.  Through the efforts of the provincial organizer Miss Murcutt, a  branch of the "Women's Christian  Temperance Union has again been  organized iu Nelson. The society  starts Avith a membership of 20  ladies and 14 gentlemen, the latter  being-honorary members. At the  -initial meeting Miss M. Cross was  appointed president, and the balance of the officers will be appointed on Thursday next.  A meeting of tho executive of the  Nelson Liberal Association will be  held in Dr. Arthur's office, on Saturday, March 24th, at S o'clock p.m.  . Carlo Deeeista, the Italian who  left town rather than appear in the  police court for not settling his  road tax, was brought "before  magistrate Ciease yesterday. He  was fined S5 and costs, tl e latter  amounting to $0,  A gang of Kalians who were at  work on a mudslide on the Slocan  River branch of the Canadian  Pacific have a grievance against the  loadmaster on that road. They  claim thoy weie hired as emergency  men at $1.60 a day and board, and  that siflsr working seven days in  clearing the road they were paid  off' at the rate of $1.00 a day, from  which $1 a day Was deducted as  boaid. Even Italians do nofcJikc.  such treatment.  //"The Nelson rifle company has  suspended drill for the present.  Regular parades will be resumed  when the instructor ou the Maxim  gun puts in an appearance. Up to  date nothing fiuthor has been  heard in this matter since the telegram ^\as received from district  headquarters asking when tlje instructor Avas wanted.  The mcmbois of tho firo department opened their bachelors" mess  with a jolly little banquet lasc  night. The fire fighters turned out  to a man and partook of an inviting dinner, well cooked and well  served. The success of the mess  was enthusiastically toasted, and  the evening spent in song, speech  and story. Captains Chambers and  Steele and lieutenants Bradley and  Campbell were the speakers of the  evening.  Frank Summers, who was alleged  lo have skipped out of Town with a  purse containing $2.) and an unpaid  board bill, came back yesterday to  face tho music. He denies any  knowledge of tlio money alleged to  be missing and wants to have the  matter cleared up so that no suspicion .shall rest upon him. Summers  admits laxity iu the matter of  settling liis board bill and gives  this as his reason for leaving the  city quietly and quickly. On the  train yesterday morning, en route  to Slocan City, he pi eked up Tny  TiuiiUSE containing the paragraph  regarding the swearing out of ��  warrant against him.   The young  man immediately came back and  gave himself up, confident that he  can clear himself.  It, F. Green, M.P.P., of-Kaslo, was  in Nelson yesterday on his way to  the Slocan Lake section of his riding. When here he had an interview with John Andrew Mara, who  is a strong party-line Conservative,  although up ito a month or two he  has been against party lines in this  province.  A small boy was found weeping  copiously near the Sherbrooke hotel  yesterday afternoon. Tho youngster would not tell his name or even  speak, and a kind-hearted Frenchman, who had bought sweets for  tho lad, brought him to tho police  ollice. Finally he was claimed by a  citizen. This is perhaps the first  real "lost boy" case on record in  Nelson.  A neat and useful arrangement  has been devised at the fire hall  whereby the ringing of the telephone bell at night sounds a large  gong in the how-addition aud lights  all the incandescent lamps. The  practical utility of the device can  readily be grasped.  The Nelson Minstrels will give  their postponed performance this  evening, and the curtain Avill ring  -up at S.30 sharp. It has been decided to denote the proceeds of the  concert to the relief of those rendered destitute by the fire at Kuskonook, instead of to the Canadian  Patriotic''Fund, as originally intended.  Joseph Podvin was brought in  from Slocan City yesterday charged  with assault.  The baseball meeting did not  materialize last night, owing to the  fireball being in use for other purposes. The meeting will be held on  Tuesday night next and a full turnout of enthusiasts is desired, as the  election of officers and other important business is ou  the docket.  BUSINESS   MENTION-.  ���wfier  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  The outlook for the season is very  bright, as in addition to the members of last year's team the management will have half a dozen new  players of considerable merit from  which to pick a nine.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  For   sale���Upholstered   polished  oak folding barber cli.nr and complete outfit:  no.nlj new. Just (lie thing for eamp or sm ill  town.   ��.23.   Addicts,Hitchcock, Hobson, B. C.  Stamp collection for sale���An almost complete collection of Canadian stumps foi  sile ul .i bin gain. Addicss, Stamps, Tribune  Ollleo.  Man going to Cape Nome has consigned all his household furniture to Nickcison,  Baker street, opposite Queen's'hot el. Cull and  hiuc a look. Blankets, sheets, table cloths pillows, and ovorjthing jou want. Goods must be  sold at once.  AVith our groceries in your Cup-  boaid every menl will be a toy.   ICirkpatiUjk &,  Wilson, the leading kuiccir  For Rent���About 50 acres oi\enl-  ti\ able kind, ,'i aoi es cleared. Situate ou Coliuii-  li.u&IConten.iviailwa.i. ITmilcNvvest ot Xelson.  Jtisy tonus. =Apply to.I P. Manl.ait, Nelson.  Wanted���Skirt ancl waist makers. Enquncat Mrs. lialtoii'sdicism.iking par-  lois. Madden block.  Wanted ��� Apprentices   to learn  dressmaking. Apply to Martin O'lteillj & Co.,  Hoiiston block, St lsoii.  Piano i'or sale; practically new;  Addi ess Hov 2.11, Nelson.  Sewing girls wanted, at the Hudson's Baj stoics, Nelbon  Wanted���Portable    engine   and  boiler, sawmill, planer, edgei and lath-null.  Capacity not less than ten thousand a clay. Saw-  null, Tribune Ollleo.  Niekerson ���Watchmaker,   Baker  sfcioel, opposite Queen's hotel. Twenty-five years  oxpci lence.  For Sale���A furnished hotel in  Si.nd n, H. C. Write for particulars to G. West,  Bot Iti', Sindoit.B. C.  When  your   watch   don't   keep  time, see Nickcr-.on, B,iker street. Satisfactory  woi k or no charges.  To Let--Six-roomed house with  bath. Apply at second hand stosc opposite post-  office.  At tiik Phair.���Ii. A. McNally,  Rossland; R. F. Green, Kaslo; J.  Lonsdale Doupe, Procter; M. II.  Cowan, Spokane; G. Alexauder,  Spokane; W. J. Twiss, Kaslo; J.  Wilson, Kamloops; A. B. Black,  Toronto; Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Benson, Chicago; Bliss Green, Rossland;  R. F. Tolmie, Rossland.  At this Queen's.���A. W. Smith,  Grand Forks; B. C. Bennett, "Bounington Falls; John Bull, Slocan  City;   Mrs.  Mackenzie, Greenwood.  ���At the Hume.���C. F. Jeff ray,  Toronto; Hugh B. Gilmour, .Vancouver; W. H. S. Peard, Medicine  Hat; W. S. Swain, Rossland; J. A.  Fahey, Slocan City; F. E. Morrison  and Olaf Olson, City; B. Gordon,  Victoria; A.- Brignall, Glasgow; ~L.  J. Cross, Arancouver; James Wilson,  Manitoba; L. Newley, Grand Forks;  W. Oliver, Carberry, Manitoba; C.  R. Wilson, Procter; E. Dabener,  Vancouver; J. Gorden, Vancouver.  At the Tremont,���S. Brisbois,  ���Ymir; Alfred Cole, Balfour; II.  Charbonn'e," city; Dan Mcintosh,  city; John Hunt, city; W. J. Mid-  dleton, city; John II. Thompson,  city; John Kelly, city.  At the Madden.���B. F. Mclsaac,  Whitewater; John Kilby, city; J.  Neill, city  At the Grand Central.���J. P.  Forestell, Steamer Kokanee; C.  Foley, Rossland; II. A. Sinclair,  City; Con Robinson, Ymir; Dave  Mori Hon, Ymir; Andrew Taplin,  Grand Forks; Georgo Garner, Grand  l^orks?; Dan McRae, (Jrand Forks;  Sam Hutchinson, Grand Folks; J.  Fitzpatriek, Bonner's Ferry; A. E.  White, Montreal; T., Lenehan,  G i unite; J. E.Enos, Spokane.  Ward Bros.  , REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  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  ..A^"*-ie?"*'*'i*-0''i*'*'0.0. .^s..a>.<��..�������.>&.��>.>��.>.'��..'��.'a.v> .  M  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  185   BAKER   STREET  Newly Laid  ^Town Eggs  Strictly Fresh  40c per doz. at  'h        -   ���' -  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON'S  The Leading'  Grocers....  xti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  xti  Hi  iti  xti  iti  xti  Hi  Hi  xti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  '**-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0 <?.?.?.^.45.C-'��v-,C-C"?.'S.3*'  If  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  ii  Ok Those Coons"  NELSON MINSTRELS  AT THE  OPERA HOUSE  RIDAV NIflBT  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  - GENERAL AGENT  Invest Your Money  TO BEST ADVANTAGE  And order at once your requirements in the line of Hams and  Bacon, of which we have received a large consignment from Eastern Canada.  FINE QUOTATIONS   FINEST QUALITY  GIVE THEM A TRIAL  The Western Mercantile Company, Limited.  FANCY AX1) STAI'LK GKOCKWKS "    , BAKIHl STR1SKT, NELSON'  ���C=3'(Z3-C3'  mm  First doo<* west  of Bank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  Gharles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  w  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fire Brick and  Fire Clay  %  Used in Kootenay. i��  We also_handle_  MARCH 23rd.  For a good 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 two planks on a  6o per cent grade; also his  fancy roller skating.  The happiest coons in the  country.  Reserved Seats 75c  General Admission....... 50c  AT VHVAIj PIiACK  God Save the Queen 1  p.  I iIooin vrot-t of Dominion ICxpre^H ofilee,  O. Bo* 6-l.i.   Pliotics: OMcc 117, IIousu 1G2  VOU SAMS  i-iootn lioimcnud 3lo(h.. $1,500  I lot o��i Cacliomito sUuct...    -100  'jlDlMi.bsoMntory sliuol      <i,30  21olstUul I'i oom nous, c . ,.  110U  7-HOOJf HOUMi VOTX ltKNT  Lo.wiiimd ni'iiii.uice piouipt'J attended to.  Gity of fieison  Local  Board of  GHSEKAL VACCl.VATJOX KOTICK  Notice is hoiobj' given Unit all persons icil-  tlcnt within tbo City of Xelson vslio lnuc not,  been_vn.ee mated wit Inn -.c\cr. yeaisare ictnurccl  wiUitn no\en d.ijs fiont (he publication ot tills  noliio to bo win mated.  1'trions ruiiiinng to be vaccinated free of  cliiiigoiuay attend at an} time during tho nevfc  se\ on days between the bonis of 3 and.) o'olock  p. m , at my ollleo on Josephine street for the  pmpose Oi \,Ueil!,l��10!l.  Upon tlio eighth d.iy followiti(? the day on  which anj pci son h.ii been vaccinated, he or hlio  shall attend tlie medicil pi.ictitioner by whom  the ojici.iiion was peifoimed in oider that the  tnedioal pi.ietitioncr inayasceruiln hy inspection  t io losull of lhe opeiation.  Any psrson failing to comply  iwth  the le-  qiii'oineiits of this notice Mill be liable to the  penalties pi escribed by tho Public Health Act.  I). LlKAU, M U,  Medical Health Olllcer.  Xelson. B. C��� March 20th. I'KJO.  Steel Mining Rails,  acKsmith's Goal, Sewer Pipe, Etc.  EVANS & CO.  NELSON, E. C.  ri.  iJi  i^  e&fZ  Tropical and California Fruits  BANANAS     ORANGES     LEMONS     APPLES  Received Daily from Spokane,  P. O. BOX 170.  HOUSTON1 BLOCK  Blue Ribbon Tea Alwa>s on Hand.  Fresh Egus lieceived Daily  John ^. Irving & Eto��  GENERAL BROKER  Notice of Application for License.  I, Adolpho J,ai)ointc. of (he City of NeKon, in  the province of British Columbia, hotel keeper,  beicbj fjive notice that I intend to apply to the  Boaid of License Commissioners for tho City of  Nelson, at tlieii tli st meeting to be held after tho  oxpnation of tlnttj days fiom this date for ft  liocnse to sell nmc��, spinls beei and other fermented and intoxicating liquor*! by retail, tn n)y  hotel, known as the "Montioil Hotel," bituatoon  lots numbered 2.! and 24, ia block numbered G7, m  the said Cit y of Nelson. A. LiAPOINTK.  NoIhoji, B. C, February Bth��� 1900.  Three dwelling hous.es for fenlc on rcasy term1?.  One  lot  on   Stanley   street,  opposite  Koyal  hotel, for sale at a bargain.  One so'ven-roomed house and one three loom  house for rent. ��.������ �� ������-.�������� ���  See ANNABLE  City of  Nelson  Local   Board  proclamation;  of   Ufealth  NOTICE.  The Painters' Union of Xcteon havo decided  that on and after Apjil 1st, ITO, that their work  dav shall be nine hour's and then vugo ��3.50 per  day  T:  lie object of the Union in making I heir determination pablic. is lo give eontfaclois notire, so  as to enable them to tender on ��oik on the new  basts of liouis and wages.  T. O SKATBO, President,  UOBEKT FIUSK, Seoi clary.  Nelson, a C Moroh 20th. 1900:  Notice isbeieby given th.it fhe public is m  foi mul t lint i nlu So ,'>3 of the regulations of the  regulations of Ihc Hiowucial Boaid of Health,  appiovcd b} oider of the liciitciijnt-go\crroi-iii-  coimcil, is in foico m the ciU of Nelson, b\  which e\ ciy pei son of ,xn age to make bun or  her legally i(.sponsible, who has not been sne-  cc-sfnllj \ accinated i\ ithiii fc\ en ^ cars, or w ho  does nor bold a cert iticate of Ins or her Jiimis-  ceptibihtj at the piesunt time to \accination, is  lcqiiircd topiocuie the vaccination of himself or  lieiself wilInn seven davs aftei public uoliliui-  tion by the medical health oflieer dnceting gen-  cialvaccviation. J). MBAU.MU,  ...        ,, ,,   ���.     ,_ Meduai Health Oiiicci.  AcIson.B C\, March 20th, 1(100,  NOTICE.  Contractors and buildcis aio hereby noli/ied  that on and after April 1st, the following scalo ui  wages will be demanded' Mortar mi\ersaitd  hod uuncis, ��j j0 foi eigbthouis; other building  labproid, S3 for eight hours, o\cai��ilojs 30 tents  ,m hour, i his notice is given bo thattliose w hum  it may concern can consider tt in tendenni' foi  contracts.  1��. C. SKACKLETON, Recording Secretary,  Nelson Laborers' Prolective Ui>ianJB12JL  a jipSs?;%Sii>4?��*j?s��i

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