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 DAILY  EDITION. BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  '    AVAIL  Utt��  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR.  NELSON":  MONDAY MORNING, MAfteft-2 1900.  PRICE FIVE  CENTS.  WALKED INTO AN AMBUSH  British Convoy Captured.  Bushman Koi\ Saturday, March  81.���The British force connnanded  by colonel Broad wood, consisting  of tho 10th Hussars, Household  cavalry, horse batteries and a force  of mounted infantry under colouel  Pilcher, which had been garrisoning  Thaba Nehu, was obliged in consequence of the near approach of a  large force of Boers, to leave last  night. Colonel Broad wood marched  to tho Bloeiufontein waterworks  south of the Modder river, Avhere  he encamped at I o'clock this  morning.  At early dawn the camp was  shelled by the enemy from a near  point. Colonel Broad wood sent off  a convoy with the batteries while  the'rest of the force remained to act  as a rear guard. ' The convoy  arrived at a deep spruit where the  Boers were concealed, and the entire  body walked into an" ambush and  was captured, together with six  guns. The loss of life was not  great, since most of the British had  walked into the trap before a shot  was fired.  General Colville's division, which  left Bloemfontein early this morning, arrived here at noon and lie is  now shelling the Boors.  HIS DEATH IS NOW AVENCED  Eev. Brooks' Murderers.  Pekin, April 1. ���- The Chinese  government has settled the, controversy, arising out of the murder on  December 3rd last of the Rev. Mr.  Brooks of the Church Missionary  Society, on the following terms:  Two of the murderers will bo be-  hca'aid, one imprisoned for life, one  for ten years .and another for two  years. A memorial chapel will be  erected on the site of the murder  "and a tablet will be placed in  Canterbury cathedral, England, at  tho expense of the Chinese govern-  ; ment.  "The Rev. Mr. Brooks, at tlio time  of. his murder, was stationed -at  Ping Yin, in 'the province of Shan  1 Tung.  He was captured in that vicinity  and killed by the members of the  scdioious society known as  Boxers,  , who had beeu \ery active in destroying villages ancl slaughtering  native Christians.    The governor of  ' tho province had dispatched a foice  of cavalry to the scene of the disturbance, but the soldiers arrived  too late to save tho life of Mr.  Brooks.      ^^  Helps Out the British.  London, April 2.���-The Lisbon correspondent; of the Daily Mail says:  '"The 'Portuguese government lias  wired an order to Beira that British troops and ammunition be allowed to pass through Frealy to  Rhodesia. TJiojiiinistcr of foreign  affairs, senor Voiga Boirea, has announced in tho chamber of deputies  that the government is in possession of raihvay bonds with -which  ' to pay the award of the Delagoa  Bay railway arbitration tribunal."  The Chinese Reformer.  London, April 2, - The Peking  correspondent of tlio Daily Mail  says: "Li Hung Chung, viceroy of  Canton, recently wired the Chinese  authorities here that Kang Yu  Wei, tho reformer, had ordered  8000 uniforms in Hong Kong." The  Empress dowager was much alarmed by tho news and Li Hung  Chung has sent a formal protest to  the British governor of Hong  Kong against permitting Kang Yu  Wei's propaganda."  hotels are crowded, and train load  after train load of visitors are- arriving from the provinces. Grand  stands havo been erected in the  streets wliich are profusely decorated, and soon it will be difficult to  find space for hanging another flag.  A general holiday has been proclaimed for "Wednesday throughout  the county of Dublin. As a last attempt tit a counter attraction, the  extremists have placarded the city  with an invitation to the citizens to  join a monster procession of nationalist societies, which, according to  tho program, is to start from the  Transvaal committee room on the  night of her majesty's arrival. It  is probable that the demonstration  will be forbidden.  C. P. R. Prizes.  Montreal, April 1 -:The Canadian Pacific Railway Company lias  donated a series of handsome cash  prizes to be awarded at the "Winnipeg Twentieth Century Industrial  Exhibition next July for thoroughbred cattle bred and raised in Manitoba or the Northwest territories.  There, will be fifty prizes in all.  This is iu line with the company's  policy in encouraging the live stock  industry of the Canadian west by  the importation of thoroughbred  ,sires.   Scenes in Dublin.  Dublin, April 1.���The British  ���channel squadron has arrived off  Kingston for the queen's visit,  which is awaited with intense and  ever growing enthusiasm. Dublin  ���i rapidly filling np.   Already the  DETAILS STILUACKIND OF  Broadwood's Disaster.  London, April 2, 1:30 a. m.���Lord  Roberts' own report of the ambushing, if yet received by the war  office, has not been published and  no account of the affair is available  to the public except the dispatch  from Bushman Kop.     Nothiug  can  be said, therefore, regarding the  correct extent of the disaster.  Evidently, colouel Broadwood  thought it necessary to retire in  haste from Thaba Nehu; as he  marched all through Friday night  apparently, followed by a consider^-  able force of the enemy. The convoy and guns had to pass through  a deep spruit, which the Boers  had occupied. Six of twelve guns,  comprising two batteries, all the  wagons, and it is feared, many men,  fell into the hands of the Boers.  The hope is expressed here that  general Colville will recover the  convoy guns, but this is hardly  likely in such a difficult country,  and it is probable that the next  news will be that after a stiff fight  general Colville has extricated colonel Broadwood from his difficult  position.  It is possible that the affair may-  revive the Boer hopes."Great things  are expected by the Boers1 of the  new commander-in-chief, , Botha,  who has made his reputation  wholly during the present campaign: ' Foreign officers serving  with the Boers have expressed surprise at his clever tactics. <  Tho proof of continuing activity  in the Free State will compel greater circtnnapection on the part of  the British and will.probably delay  the march of Lord Roberts northward.  'Detailed accounts of the fight at  ivarce Siding estimate the Boer  force variously from 3000 to 5000  men. Brabant's force occupied  Kopener last Thursday unopposed.  Lord'Methuen has issued the following at Kimberley: "I havc received instructions that, if auy disturbance occurs wost of the Vaal  river, my force is to return and will  jiunish therebels immediately.  Inter-Varsity Boat Race.  TIio_eight-onred racejjotweenjthe  Ciiiubridge aud Oxford universities  was rowed on the Thames last Saturday, and resulted in an easy victory for Cambridge who won by 20  lengths in 18 minutes, 47 seconds,  thus tiding tho record time The  Can tabs were never pressed, and  in a moro closely contested race,  would easily liave beaten the record. The race has been rowed  continuously since 1810, and Cain-  bridge now lias 21 races to her  credit and Oxford 30. Cambridge  also won last year, but prior to 1809  she had not secured a race since  1889 when Gardiner, the famous  Emmanuel college oarsman,stroked  the eight to victory. There was  dead heat in 1S77. Up to Saturday's race the record had,been held  by Oxford, who, iu 1803, beat Cambridge but 2] lengths in 18 minutes  47 seconds.  THE EQERWARAS IT SEEMED  Yesterday Morning.  New   York, April  1.���Isaac N.  Ford  reviews   the   South  African  war situation in his cable dispatch  to the Tribune filed at 1 o'clock this  morning.   He  says:   "The details  of general Tucker's clearance of the  kopjes in front of the British positions confirm the impression that  the Boers were not malting a serious attempt to harass general Roberts' army.   They had sent forward  au advance guard to intimidate the  burghers who were either surrendering  their  arms  or  returning  to  their   farms;'and   to   enable   Mr.  Steyn to keep up appearances as a  president with a republic behind  him.   General Tucker found an inferior force entrenched, and planned  the battle in good style.   Artillery  fire was massed upon the Boer positions and the cavalry brigades were  sent   round   oh   the   flanks.    The  Boers hardly waited long enough to  enable general Tucker to carry out  these   scientific   evolutions.    They  fell back upon the main laager; at  Brandfort and, according to general  Roberts' second   message,  are retreating still further.  ;The Britisli outposts have now  been advanced near Brandfort and  thelburghers in the cehtrardistric^s  Roberts' Tribute to Joubert,  Br.OEur'ONTBiN, Friday, March,30.  ���Lord Roberts has sent the following dispatch to president Kruger:  "Have just heard of the death of  geueral Joubeit, and desire to offer  my sincere condolence upon the sad  event. Would ask you to convey  to general Joubert's family au expression or my most respectful  sympathy with their bereavement,  and to assure them also from me,  that all ranks of her majesty's  forces share my feelings of deep  regret at the sudden and untimely  end of so distinguished a general,  who devoted his life x,o the service  of his country, and whose personal  gallantry was only surpassed by  his humane conduct and chivalrous  hearing under all circumstances.  of;the Free Stat6 Have been warned'  that resistance is hopeless..... The  casualties on the British side were  about one hundred and seventy  with a large proportion of wounded. ��� ".."<  Rudyard Kipling was one of the  spectators of the: battle, and the  colonials displayed great ^gallantry.  Otherwise there is little news  from the theatre of war. There  are details of colonel Bethune's  movement towards Helpmaaker  wliich is now described as a reconnaissance in force. There is also  an official dispatch from colonel  Baden-Powell giving an encouraging account of-the health 'of the  garrison, and reporting that the  supplies of food"' and ammunition  are holding out. The correspondents' reports are naturally colored  by tho intense eagerness, of the  garrison to be released from an investment which has become a , terrible bore. Baden-Powell is a soldier whose fortitude is proof  against the ennui of a protracted  siege, and whose motto is "patience." His talent for 'versatility  is illustrated by his experiments  in finance. He has introduced a  paper money system in the Mafeking district, and is highly pleased  -with the result.  The facility with which the Boer  outposts have Jbeen driven back  from the front of Tucker's division,  is proof that geueral Roberts will  not have much difficulty in turning  the enemy's positions and marching  on to Pretoria. The whole facts  serve to explain the inaction of his  army, One is the climate, on the  verge of a_South .African _winter._  While the days are warm, there is  a rapid fall of temperature after  sunset, and a lack of thick clothing  and underwear expose the men to  pneumonia. Geueral Roberts knows  this and is waiting for a fresh  equipment of clothing for his  soldiers. Secondly, the conversion  of Bloemfontein into an advanced  base of supplies for an army of  over sixty thousand men requires  time. Remounts for a third cavalry  force are needed, according to private letters from the front, forage  for the future operations of tiie  cavalry is indispensable and the  grass is disappearing from the veldt.  General Roberts irwaitiug until he  can be thoroughly prepared for  another strategic movement.  ,    Liberal Delegates from Kaslo.  Kaslo, April 1.���[Special* to The  Tribune.]���A peculiar quartette was  chosen on Saturday night to represent the Kaslo Liberals at the Vancouver convention. D, C. McGregor,  G. O. Buchanan, George T. Kane  and John MacDonald are delegates,  with Robert McLean and J. R. Ryan  alternates. The two iirst named  are supposed to be bitterly opposed  to "Joe" Martin, while ex-mayor  Kane and "Lardo Jack" McDonald  are admirers of the premier. The  delegates were given a free hand  and may vote as the spirit moves  them.  duct the war. It is a legitimate  mode and the most ^effective for  Boer purposes. So long as the  Boer army keeps the field such attacks | will embarrass the British,  and perhaps the best Avay to get  rid of the difficulty would be a swift  advance and decisive blows against  the main Boer army."  ANTARCTIC EXPEDITION  IS  Safe Horn? Again.  Wellington, Ni' Z, April 1.���  The exploring steamer Southern  Cross- bearing Mr. C- F. Borchgre-  vink and the survivors of "South  polar expedition fitted out in... 1808  by SirGeorge Newnes of London,  arrived today ati: Campbell town,,  near Bluff harbor, ^N,Z. Mr. Bor-  cligre-fiuk reports ;|that the- magnetic pole has been located. Mr,  W. Hanson,.one ofr the zoologists  who started witli t-the expedition,  died oh the voyage'. ~  The Borchgrevirik expedition left  Hobart, Tasmania, tor the antarctic region on December 18, 1898.  .During the latter part of February  1899 the members landed from the  Southern Cross near Cape Adair,  Victorialand, it having been arranged that ������ ��the steamer  should leave themifihere with   full  He Knows It All.  London, April 2.���-Spencer Wilkinson in tho "Morning Post says :  " The attack on Thaba Nehu and  the convoy is a sample of the mode  in which the Boors will try to eon-  equipment of every kind and should  return for them early in 1900. Act  cording to accouiitsKpf the explorer's plans, publishedat the time he  left . Europe, Miv,' Borchgrevink's  party consisted of nine besides himself. Lieutenant 3V> Colbeck,,R. N.  It., was selected -as; first magnetic  observer to be assisted by Mr. Louis  Beriiacchi; Mr. N.-Hansen -and Mr.  Hugh Evans were chosen as zoologists and Dr. H. Kloevstad as medical officer. Mr. Fougneae was general utility man and cook. With  these went two natives"of Finland  to look after ninety dogs.; Enormous supplies of provisions were  laid in.  The expedition carried 500 Union  Jacks, which Mr. Bi.rcbgrevink "intended to plant at' frequent intervals in the new regions lie hoped to  discover. lie took also' a large  Union Jack wliich he intended to  run up on landing. This was given  him by the duke of York. On  board there was a cinematograph  with which he hoped to  get interesting pictures of  sights little dreamed of by people  in the civilized World. T Apart from  discovery and solution of unsettled  problems, the explorer expected  that tho expedition would'yield an  immediate result of practical value.  His theory ,was that the weather  forecasts for the whole of Australia  could be made from the antarctic  regioo. As good and bad times in  the "Australian colonies of Great  Britain are dependent upon the  state of the weather, the Australians themselves have taken a peculiar interest in the outcome. Mr,  Borchgievinkhad always contended  that _the work of  -anticipating  meteorological conditions in that  part of the world could not be completed until reports from the  antarctic circle could ' be made  promptly ava ilnble.<  Broke all Amateur Record.  Sant Francisco. April L���-Alfred  Plaw of the university of California,  smashed all amateur college records  for the sixteen pound hammer  throw by sending the missile lot)  feet, six inches.  A Lawyer Gets an Office,  Ottawa, March 31.���[Special to  The Tribune.}���Charles Macdonald,  barrister, of Chatham, has been appointed clerk of Yukon Territory.  Tho date of 3iis appointment will  start from tho time he reaches  Dawson.   Pressure too Great.  Ciiekbouko, Franco, April 1.���  The Boilera, a French torpedo boat,  exploded yesterday during her  forced draught trials, and five of  the crew were terribly burned..  One died aud another, unable to  bear the agony, jumped iuto the  sea and was drowned.  THE REVENUE FOB MARCH  Surprises the Government.  Ottawa, March 31.-���[Special to  The   Tribune.]���Canada's   revenue  continues to ascend   like   a rocket.  Big as last year's collections   were,  1000 will far surpass   them.     The  receipts for the month wliich   ends  today shows a revenue   qf   $2,847,-  3S0; as   compares   with   $2,303,204  for the same month last year, or an  increase of nearly   half   a   million  dollars for the month.   This is- the  largest    monthly   receipt   in   the  history of the   Canadian   customs  revenue.    March last year   was   a  record breaker, but this month   far.  exceeds it.    Not a little credit   of  this increase is due to the preferential tariff.    In the   course  of time  the public will learn   that  tiie   reduction of duties means an increase,  in revenue; consumers will not only  get their goods cheaper, but   their  burdens will be   lightened "by an  overflowing treasury j the result   of  a revenue-tariff when compared to  high-protective   tariff,   which not  only prohibits imports but increases prices of all that   the   consumer  has to purchase.     -  DIPLOMATIC MATTERS  AS  insane. This is the first organization of popular troops to be" returned to the United States from  Manila. The 14th infantry has had  nearly two years' service in the  Philippines.  IN THEIR LAST LONG HOME  Plague in Australia.  SviiNEV, New South Wales, April  1.���Bleven fresh cases of bubonic  plague were officially reported today. Two additional deaths have  occurred.    Money for the Boors.  Berlin, April 1.���Dr. Leyds informs the Berlin press that 400,000  marks have been collected in Germany for the Boers.  ; Seen by Isaac Ford.  New YpRK,; April 1.���- "Foreign  affairs escape observation in London," says Isaac N. Ford, the Tribune correspondent, in his cabled  letter published in this morning's  paper, "as public attention is preoccupied with Lord Roberts' campaign and the complex questions  arising in the settlement of the  race feuds in South Africa.  "The     most     important     issue  abroad   is   the   struggle over the  German   Emperor's   naval   policy.  He will carry his point, because he  is bent upon doing it even if he   bo  ^forced to/make   many   concessions.  "The agrarians   perceive   their   advantage     and   will     insist .upon  having       treaties      and       tariffs  revised for  the   sake   of   securing  increased protection for agricultural 'products.    The centre is also  holding out and can dictate its own  terms. The kaiser has large policies  in his mind and must have a powerful fleet in order to carry them out.  "The   Delagoa    Bay    award   is  cynically regarded here as a warning that arbitration is a method of  surrendering one's case.  The award  has* 'fallen  short   of just  expectations and tends to  prejudice public  men agaiust arbitration.   The American  claims  have  suffered, without doubt, from their association  with the English claims and  have  been   cut   down    in    consequence.  There is a fixed idea on   the continent that John  Bull is a  bloated  millionaire who must be bled when  there is a convenient opportunity.  __J!The__correspondence _ over   the  'open door' question has been commented  on here  with  intelligence  aud  sympathy.    There  is a frank"  recognition of tho fact that secretary Hay has shown himself to be  a statesman  of  the  first  rank  in  taking up tho Chinese question and  treating tho letters  received from  tho powers as contracts which can  be enforced,   even   if no  punitive  measures are included in the bond.  There i.s no suggestion in the English proh.1 that president McKinley's  government has beeu carrying out  any secret arrangement with  the  foreign  office  of   adopting British  principles   of action,  on   the  contrary, tho  prevailing  idea  here is  that America has  acted from  motives*   of   enlightened   self-interest  and not for the purpose of rendering a special service to England."  Plague Subsiding.  IIonoli'lc, March 24, via San  Francisco, April l.--The board of  health has practically decided that  tlio plague has run its course. No  ca-=e has developed for over a  week. The members of the board  now feel that quarantine restrictions regarding the shipments of  merchandise from Honolulu, except  merchandise from Asiatic ports, will  be rescinded.  Troops Coining Back.  Manila, April 1.���The United  States transport Sherman sailed for  San Francisco today with a battalion of the 11th Infantry, captains Richard L. Yeatman, Armand  1 Lasseigne and AVilliam S. Riddle,  Lieutenants Robert Field and Oliver,  military prisoners and twenty-five  THE FICHT AT PAARDEBERG  Letter From Captain Hodgins.  The Tribune is indebted to Mrs.  Hodgins for the following letter  from her husband, giving a short  account of his share in tiie memorable battle of Paardeberg, when the  British soldiers generally, the  Canadians particularly ;and A company more especially, : greatly distinguished themselves. The letter,  .which is as follows, gives a striking  idea of what fighting in South  Africa means:  "We were in the fight Sunday as  you know by now and were at it all  day.    I am perfectly well and safe.  Poor Arnold was a few feetin front  of me and exposed himself by looking through  his field glasses, and  got shot in the head.   I called to  him several times not to do it as it  drew the fire   to   our   particular  point.    Colonel Buchan, who was. a  few yards to my left, sent me back  for  reiuforcements and T   had to  crawl on my belly about 100 yards,  shoving my feet ahead and making  as little an object as I could of my  big body and long legs.    Of course,  I was a bit of a mark and when the  bullets let up for a second I was on  my feet and dodged  right and  left  until I got  coyer  and  breath  and  then I got in sight of C company,  and then back to my place in  th  front line,   This time I got good  cover and stayed there till the word  to charge  came, letting the  enemy  haAre a shot or two when I thought  i t safe to look over the ridge.   Here  we collected several of our regiment,  and we lay low giving them  the  benefit   of   several   of    our   good  marksmen and  we think1 we paid  up some  bf the  score 'for  Arnold,  When the stretcher bearers in my  company cams for Arnold they put  him on under fire and in going to the  rear with him  they were the only  'men on the veldt and we saw distinctly that a fusilade was directed  oil them and the dust flew all round  until they fell with the stretcher,  one shot-through  the leg and one  through   the  armpit  sinews.    The  Boer fire was hellish, especiaJly during the charge and our lines were all  mixed up with Cornwalls, Gordons  and the other regiment. I will write  a more detailed account when I get  time.              ,'  The Keys Handed Over.  On Saturday night the Nelson  Saw*& Planing Mills, Limited, who  had^the contract for erecting^the  Bank of Montreal building, formally handed it over'completed to A.  H. Buchanan, manager of the bank.  The contractors need not be  ashamed for their work, and the  bank manager and his staff can lay  claim to one_of the most handsome  and complete bank premises on the  Pacific Coast. The handing over  of the keys was witnessed by a  number of friends of the parties interested, and there was good cheer  and speech making, which was kept  up till about 10 o'clock. Manager  Buchanan, on behalf of the bunk,  handed each one of the meu present who helped complete the erection of the building a souvenir in  tho shape of a steel plato engraving bearing his signature in one  corner and that of Donald A. Smith  in the other. Eight years ago the  Bauk of Montreal occupied the  premises now occupied by Matheson Sc Graham. Time works changes  on some of our old-timers.  First Shoot of the Season.  The gun club had its first shoot  of the season on Satin day, aud the  scores are not bad for an opening  day.    Appended ib the score:  Or. Htill.    .  II. J:. Ihl'ic loncll  U. W.Slcelo  Hoi'on XcKon  G. ,\. Hunter ...  ('urnc  \rchbolil  1). Ooepel i, -  W. Haw ley .,  \\ . V.  I'ollok  If.  Willmni',.  mill mioi inn wno onm -it  nyuoiowi iflsoi o��ot ono���  joint lino mm urn ouu---'o  wm) (iimo toooo oiiMi iw��(0��� r  Wm 00000 11(110 00101 00100- 7  mm loon win owio omi���1.->  011100 (KHWU (JO000 00010 00000��� 2  10001 ItWKI 01W1 10101 10010-10  10010 0001! 11001 11011 10110 -u  I0KX) 10100 OlIMW 10011  lOlGlw. H  ooouo oooio ioooi ooom y ooi- 3  News About Royalty.  New Yokk, April 1.���The  birth  of the Duchess of York's fourth  child ami third son is announced  with the usual congratulatory paragraphs in today's paper. The  Queen will be well attended with  princesses iu Ireland, and there will  be a full muster of royalty at the  first drawing room in Buckingham  Palace in May. The Queen herself  will conduct this function.  A Solemn Funeral.  ��� The last sad ceremony in connection with the Ontario Powder  Works disaster was performed  yesterday afternoon, when the remains of Harry Alex. Gervan and  William Way, the victims of the  accident, were laid to rest in the  Union cemetery with military and  fraternal honors. The scene"on the  streets as the long cortege wound  its way over the hills was perhaps  the most touching and impressive  ever witnessed in Nelson. Hundreds of citizens lined the principal  thoroughfares as the procession  filed by.  The bodies lay in the Odd Fellows' lodge rooms during the,day.  At 1.30 o'clock the Nelson company,  Rocky Mountain Rangers, paraded  some 25 strong under lieutenant G.  C. Beer, and privates McDonald,  McPherson, Boyd, Vanstone and  Jones were told off to act as pall  bearers under bugle-sergeant Sid  Foster. The detail proceeded to  Fraternity Hall, from where they  carried the casket to St. Paul's Presbyterian church, followed by the  members of the Independent Order  Oddfellows; bearing the remains of  their deceased brother, William "  Way. The Nelson Minstrels were  present to a man, aud carried walking sticks draped in crape.  At St. Paul's church Rev. James  Irvine of Rossland, who was filling  the pulpit in the absence of  the pastor; conducted the service  for the dead. The minstrels occupied the choir, and lead the singing.  They also contributed a touching  selection entitled "Good Night."*  The body of the church was occupied by the Oddfellows and citizens  generally, every inch of space being taken up.  While the service was in progress  the rifle company was drawn up  outside the building, divided  into  two   sections.    The   first was the  firing >party 12 strong under color-  sergeaiit Harry MeLeod, and the remaining men were the gun  squad.  The  latter drew  the   Maxim  gun  carriage, with the weapon removed, *  and a platform substituted  to  receive the coffin.    At  2,45  the  service within the  church  concluded,  and the pall bearers appeared with  the   caskets.    The   company    presented arms, while the body of tlieir  deceased comrade was carried down  the line and laid  on  the gun  carriage.    Then   the   commands   "Reverse   arms," Slow   march," were  given and the com pan v moved  off  with measured tread to the strains  of the Salvation Army dirge, played  by the excellent band of the local  corps.  The firing party of the militia  company led the way, followed by  the Salvation Army band. > Then  came the gun squad and ,their sad  burden. The casket enclosing the  remains of Harrv Gervan was  covered with the Union Jack, On  the top was- the dead- volunteer's  full dress head gear and side-arms.  A handsome floral wreath from tho  boys of the minstrel company also  reposed on the flag. Behind the  gun-carriage walked, James Mac-  gibbon, uncle of deceased, Thomas  MacCaramon, a cousin, and Charles  Griffin, a close friend. The minstrels were next, followed by the  L O. O. F. and the hearse containing tho second coffin. After the  hearse walked Thomas Way, a  brother of tho deceased, Daniel  Smith, proprietor of the pGWder  works; If. McPherson, local representative of the company and several of the late William Way's fellow emploi'ues who recently came  from the East with him.  On arriving at the entrance to  the cemetery, the militiamen halted, turned inward and leaned ou  arms reversed as the casket once  -more xjassed before them. Wheu  the funeral service was said, the  firing party marched to the grave  and at the sharp word of command,  fired three ringing volleys, the  soldier's tribute to the departed.  The concluding incident was when  the bugle-sergeant Foster sounded  the call "Lust Post" over the grave.  Then the company returned to the  city at a lively quickstep.  The impressive burial service of  the Oddfellows was performed over  the last resting place of William  Way and the body was laid to rest  with all the ceremony with which  the society enters its honored dead.  The entire pioceedings Were witnessed by many citizens, and no  event in the recent history of the  eity has excited such wide-spread  sorrow and sympathy. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C MONDAY,  MARCH 2 1900  A Useful Thought  for Today....  Is that if you need anything in the Footwear  line, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, R.ubbers, Shoestrings,  Polish, or any kind of repairing, it will be to your  advantage to visit  Bros.  Shoe Store  Lillie  ��� ��� ���  NEW DRY GOODS STORE  IKIEKJE?.   &  CO.  Millinery Opening, Thursday, April 5th  AND FOLLOWING DAYS  Bear the date in mind.   Will show the latest styles in French,  English, and American Patterns.  MADDEN BLOCK,       J^ J__? JT___~_)      Jg,      C** f\  BAKER STREET. IV.I^rvJh^     QS.      W\jf��  English Briar Pipes  POLITICAL   POINTERS.  The Grit push get closer to the  common people than tlieir opponents in the Tory force. On Saturday night the Grit meeting was  wide open to everybody, and Dave  McBeath and Bill McLean were  seated side by side, the one being as  stalwart a Conservative as the other  is a stubborn Liberal.  The mine owners are running C.  II. Mackintosh as their candidate in  the Rossland riding and J. Roderick  Robertson is to be the candidate in  the Nelson riding. Both cannot be  the next premier, even if elected,  but that is the position both believe thoy are by nature fitted for.  With J. Roderick Robertson and  G. Frank Beer and John Elliot as  candidates, respectively, of the  Mine Owners' Own, Liberal and  Conservative parties, the business  men and wage workers might slip  in a candidate broad enough to  represent all the people except the  politicians.  Mayor. Hardy of Greenwood, if  he could be induced to accept a  nomination, could give Mackintosh  cards and spades and beat him in  Rossland riding. Mackintosh hasn't  got sense enough to spot a policeman unless he is in uniform.  w.  A. THURMAN  Tobacconist.  Martiu will capture the Liberal  convention as sure as it meets. He  Jias forty straight fighters from  Vancouver and over half the Victoria delegates are known to be  favorable to him. Every one of  the up-country delegations will  have Martin men among them. East  Kootenay is solid for Martin. Men  who attend a convention, if they  are honorable, should abide by a decision of a majority. Liberals who  do not Avant to have "Joe" swallow  them and the party should not be  in Vancouver on the oth instant.  Mr  Xti  Hi  Xti  _\,'__' ___'*?  'SL?** * Tm '(t!L * frt *fi��,' ^ ''����.'- *�� .**' *__'*5_f,t*' *-5S>�� ^g��* ^ ��� j!*'*' ^ '-JS' Sf^ '-IS' m^ ��� mi*' ^ ��� 251' S* ��� Si*' ^ *_^ '^  ^V��\ ^. *>^. "W. *>^ *^. * ^te> '^a, ' >���*> 'W. ��� ^fc. ���*��* ��� ^*, '^k. '^^ '*^ ' ^** ' fi* ' 00- fi* ' 00' fi* 'fi*' 00 '0*' 00' 00' 00' 00' 00-fi*' 00- 00"^f,_  ilir  ilf  ilf  ilf  il)  ih  oo.  ilf  ilf  ilf  36   Baker   Street  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  iff  Our New Store  EVERY   THING   NOW   IN   TIP-TOP   SHAPE  We are Offering Exceptional Bargains in Every Depart-  ,   " ment this week.    ������  Men's,  Boys'   and   Ohildrens'   Clothing,  Furnishings,  Hats, and  Shoes  '   Special attention is called to our .large assortment.  Imports and Exports for March.  George   Johnstone,   collector   of  customs,   furnishes   the   following  summary statement of the imports  and exports and  revenue  collected  at the port of Nelson for the month  of March, 1900 :  IMPORTS.  Dutiable noods    8.->l.:H2.00  Kiee goods  8,li��2.00  Total imports  Duty collected  Other ro\enucs  ��00,014.00  ��11,280.83  72.83  Total Revenue      v   ��11.33.) fi8  Total revenue, Jtarch, IS"'!    $S,S0S 31  Iticieafee       ,    ...     $3,315,11  kxpohts.'  BROWN   &  CO.  Small Profit Prices. 269   BAKER   STREET.  ��to QCrthmte*  ' ���������i ��� ���������" >~���  This secretary,of the Mine Owners' Association,  Roderick   Fiulay-  son Tolmie, when at,   Grand  Forks  last week, is   reported   as     declaring that the  association   of  which  he is secretary would take   a hand  in the coming election, and  that   a  "pronouncement"' would   be issued  in duo   time.     The    mine owners  .have the same   right   to   take an  activcTpivrt" in"an election as~ "other"  people, and no doubt they  can  get  their " pronouncement" inserted  in  the columns of many  of the news-  papeis iu the province. Their "pronouncement" will contain but   one  plank.    The one plank   will   read:  "We are opposed to   any   legislation thab interferes with our  right  to hire and work whom wo   pletibe,  when   wo     please,   and   how   Ave  please."   The mine owners  tlo not  care a copper cent for any  interest  except  their   own.      The greatest  good to the greatest   number   is  a  meaningless phrase to them.  he reserved the right to pay surface men from $2.50 to $3, according to their worth." He claimed, so  it is said, that .he had to give \eva-  ploymeut to many men who,  through age or other 'causes, were  unable to eani $3 a clay, and that  it would be unfair to compel him  to either discharge these' men or  pay them more than they were  worth. If the adjustment of existing differences has got that near  a-settlement atthe Granite,���surely  sensible men like captain Duncan  aud his miners should be able to  make a trade "without any great  amount of haggling.  The Mine���Oi es of .ill lands, "CO tons  Coke, lilSj tons   S30..IO'! 00  ,.   C,33'M>0  xti  iti  iti  iti  xti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  OPENING  WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4th  We will hold our annual Spring and Easter opening" on the above date, when  will   display one   of the finest   stocks   of  Dry Goods,  Millinery,  Carpets, and  fancy up-to-date novelties ever, shown in the west.  iti  iti  iti  xti  Xti  Xti  iti  iti  Hi  we  FRED IRVINE & GO.  xti  Xti  iti  Xti  Xti  xti  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  Total���The mine .....      ... ..-,SJ(i,(U2.00  The forest ,       310.00  Annuals and their pioducc           00 00  AUntifactures     22.13.00  Hold bullion *     33,871.00  ToUil exports  ��93,135.00  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  Now is the Time  "to replace that  Shabby Awning'  ' Place your order with  . THEO.   MADSON  Tents,  Awnings,  and  all kinds of Canvas Goods  Manufactured to Order  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  fills announcement that  the   existing differences between tho management of the Granite aud   Athabasca mines and the mine  workers  had been adjusted  was   premature.  The   mine  managers     raised     the  wages 25 cents a day,   but   at   the  same time raised the price of boaidi  25 cents a   day.     This   concession  wa.s not considered an  adoption  of  the     Slocan     standard   Scale    of  Wages, and the mine  workers   are  still holding out for  the   following  scale":   Machine men $3.50   a   day,  hammermen $3.25, and $3.00 a  day  for muckers, witii a   deduction   of  $1 per day for   board   all   round.  Jt was rumored on Saturday   night  that captain Duncan of the Granite  had agreed to pay all his  muckers  underground the $3 rate, but that  The Liberals of Xelson have declared against a party line light and  against "Joe" Martin for leader,  which was a foregone conclusion.  But the party is not all.of one way  of thinking, -by any means. Ex-  uldurman Beer wants to make the  light on party lines, and Michael  Mi-Andrews is'for " Joe " Martin for  leader. These two gentlemen wield  considerable influence in the party,  and if the election is only slaved off  long enough, may yet compel the  majority to adopt their views."  Slvci-j   the   above   was   wiitten,  Ti.'BTitnufNK   has   been   informed  thjitthe  manager  of-   the  Granite  mine and the manager of the Athabasca mine and committees of their  mine workers have arrived at the  following agreement as to   wages :  Machine men per day $3.50   to   $1,  hammermen $3.25,and muckers.car-  men   and   shovellers   $3,   with    a  uniform deduction of $1 a day   for  board.    Both the   mine   managers  and their men have acted  sensibly  in thus adjusting their   differences.  All the mines iu the Nolson district  are now paying tho Slocan Standard  Scale of Wages.   ,  INCORPORATED 16T0.  "After lookingall overtownfand  getting prices on Carpets and Linoleums, come to us. We can suit  you.  Rugs  American ^xminsters, $25 to $30   "  English Axminsters and Wiltons, ai!  sizes  English Brussels and Velvets, $9 to  $30  Garden  Seeds  Canada Drug & Book Go.  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  Boss, Lee & Taylor  BAKEtt STREET, NKLSON  (George F. Motion's old stand)  Moup, Feed, Grain, Hay  AND PRODUCE  Car Lots a Specialty  Corrcbpondonce Solicited      Phone 2G  Canada Drug & Book Oo.  NKLSON  The Latest Wall Papers  BORDERS AND MOULDINGS   .  Wc arc now opcniiiR up tlio lnrgotit block of  wiill imperii, boi tiers und mouldings-ovei received  In NuNou. Woiiuiuliaautl (liieel fiom the Mou-  tua' iiiipoilcr*!, mid Imvc theiofore tho latest de-  sijjij". and closest isiiccs. Special quoin lions to tho  ti.ide.  Smyrna, $1.25 io $4  Axnpster, $1.25 to $5  Wilton, $6 to $10  In a!i sizes.  All carpets ncirtc and laid in .  maimer, fiee of lIi.iikc  workmanlike  Palace IV|eat fVjar^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats,  A feature will bo made of ihc poultry and  game trade. Thoy will always be on hand during their season.  I'AINrCRS AND DUOUtl'OKS  Corner Victoria and Josephine Streets), Nolson.  s  TKLKI'JIONK 13  Oharles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  1 dOnrh wc-.t of Dominion Repress oflice.  P. O. Box UU.   Phones: O/Ileo 117, House 1.12  KOI I  liKNT  One :' lloom House and one r-Uooni House.  VOll tiAUC  Three J o's on B.ikcr .street.  A Jlrick Hlook.  House* and Ixila ,'n all jHir-'i of the city.  Loans and iusuran.ee promptly attended to.  W. Starmer Srriith & Go.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Stroet 'Opposite Open a Honsa  Contract ing Painters,, Decorators, Paporliiingors.  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, etc, Kalso-  nuiiing und Tinting. Strictly Hrst-cLivi work.  ICs'mlates furnished.  Itciidcnco Mill Streot,  Opposite School Honse  NELSON, B. C.  GENUINE  JUTE ORE SACKS  J. T. FIFE & GO.  P. O. Box 660 NELSON  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  JCD Joacphinc SI.."between Hakor and Vornon,  Telephone ij'J.  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  KELSON, B. C.  Coffee roaulors and dealers in Tea and CofToe-  Offer freah roasted cclTeo of liest quality aa  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound......$  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  B'ino Santoa, 4 pounds  1 00  Santos Blend, S pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds..  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds.........  1 00  A trial order solicited.   Salesroom 2 doors eaet  of OddfellowB block. West Baker street.  ?  GREAT REDUCTION  S9.65|coar'sNest   36.15  DELIVERED  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-Postsr Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  T 1  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  The Nelson  Saw and Planin  mited.  Office and Mills corner Hall and Front Streets, Kelson  Hard Coal  Antliracito  eadqnarters fop Portland Cement, Pipe Brisks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  B. P. BITHET & CO., Ml., Victoria  Special quotations, given for carload lots  A. 11. CiHAY, P. O. box 521, Nelson, B. C.  Kootenay Agent  W, P. DICKSON  33, H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. MoPHHH  TELEPHONE  S3  G. W. West & Go.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  Tho best value for tho money In tho maiket  for all purpobct).  tkrms cash     W. P. Tikrney, General Agent  Telephone 147.    Office with C. I). J. Christie,  Kooieqay Electric Supply & Construct ion Goa  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Blectrlo Hquipments for Blectrlo Power Transmission and Lighting for  mines, Towna Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Anmuioiatora, Htc.  P. O, Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  Fred J. Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND  WEST BAKER STREET' NELSON  SPRING SUITINGS  OPPOSITE SILVER KING HOTBI. f THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, MONDAY,  MARCH 2, 1900  BANK OP MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  TEST     6,000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Prcsidcn  lion. George A. Drummond Vice-Prcsidon  S. Clouston G enoral Manage  NKLSON miANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  Branches in London (England) Nkw Youk,  Chicago, and all tlio principal cities in Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Buy and sell Sterling Kxchango and ��� Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  Saving's Bank Branch  CUKKKNT HATE OP lN'TKKHST l'AID.  THE SHOWING FORA QUARTER  City's Receipts and Disbursements.  Acting   city   cleik  "W'a.ssoii  furnishes Tun Tit i hunk:  with  the  following   sununnry  of  receipts   and  disbursements for the quarter  ending March 31sfc,   1900.    The  figures  show that the aldermen must exercise  care  or  they  will find  themselves in a fix that their predecessors  found themselves iu just before leaving oflicc'.    The  health department  iSionppiirentljr,  operated  at  a  lose.  The   receipts  of  that   department  total $1240.23 for the  quarter and  the disbursements amount to$lG91.  02, which is a loss of  $147.79, or at  the rate  of $1791.10  for the year.  That  department should be  made  pay its way.    The water aud  light  receipts are above the estimates for  the year, but there will be a falling  off iu the electric light receipts during   tho   summer    months.        The  receipts from licenses are not up to  the estimates  and the police  court  fines are not  sullicieut  to  pay the  salary of the police magistrate and  tho  rent   of his  court-room.    The  revenue for the  first three months  ���  is  $17,930.0S, which is at  the  rate  ,  of $71,720.32 for the year, or  $5000  i  short of the estimate of the finance  committee. The      expenditures  total $25,757.27, or $7827.19  in  excess of.the revenue.    While it  true  ,   that^fche council havo paid $0000 in-  oterest on debentures and fully $5000  of  the debts  contracted  by  their  predecessors, it must also be borne  _ju mind  that  the March ^accounts  have not been paid.  As the people like to see where  tlieir money goes, The Trihunh  publishes the. disbursements iu de-  ,tail, all except the names of those,  who appear on the different payrolls. ��� These should also appear in  future reports.. In fact, the council  should cause to be printed,at the  end of every quarter a statement in  detail of the receipts and expenditures. The cost would bei a small  sum, and the people like to know*  who pays money into the city  treasury and to whomat is paid :  Is now prepared to'issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Lawrence Hardware Co., material $ 50 09  Cunlillb & Ablet, repairing dynamo.... 55 95  C. P. It. Telegraph  1'75  C. I'. It., freight on material  421 ��1  Mclteath & Co., completing Hume  418 00  Spokane N<n t.hoi n Telegraph Co  00  Spokane   Kails  & Northern   ltailway,  freight  2081  lvoolenay Klcctric Supply & Construction Co., material   825 57  II. Hyors & Co., material  14 SO  Xelson Transfer Co., hauling material.. (i 25  .lohnson & ICinradc, blaek.smithing  2 50  l1'. .1.  Bradley &   Co.,   painting street  lampshades  0 00  Dominion Kxprcss Company  2 15  Customs, duty on meters  80 75  tiloiio  Publishing Co., advertising do-  hcnlures '.  12 00  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  1). II. Wilkie, General Manager.  E. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  Strachan Bros.,  H. Byers & Co.,  repairs...  supplioy.  26 GO  C "5  Cunningham, hauling material ,?  Compauy, material   Planing Mills, Limited,  Total $2,833 02  KI li K DKPARTMKNT.  I'ay roll of active liroiiicn   .1. AT. I.udwig, li.irncs-.  ..$  A. Cunning]  Wallace-Miller Compau;  Nelson Saw &  material...  1 50  1 50  8 42  Totai  $  SIDE WALKS.  Pay roll $  II. Bruce, hauling material   Corner Davis, hauling material   Lawrence Hardware Company, nails, etc  7G8 57  294 03  1 50  1 00  102 U0  50  00  Total... ,...v; �� ' 22S 00  WEIGH SCALES.  Payroll   ��       4 25  H, Ilyers & Co., stove, etc., for weigh  master's oflice          11 10  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills, Limited,  weigh master's ollice         20 00  Joseph Jackson, wood  2 50  Total ��      37 85  o               ELECTRIC SUPPLIES.  Freight on lamps $       9 KJ  �� 23  Total ��  INTEREST.  Interest on debentures $ 0,000 00  debenture in-  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  Interest on overdraft  Exchange ou remitting  tcrcst...   l'JO 10  II.D. Ashcroft, blacksmith....  W. Costello, hauling material  M. Scully, hauling material..         10 00  C. W. West & Co., hauling material....        14 48  H. Byers & Co., supplies   Nolson Transfer Company, hauling material    Nelson Saw & Planing Mills, Limited,  lumber   J. A. Say ward, lumber   1 25  3 50  4 50  118 43  lvuoh'ii.i>   Like  Telephone   Co.,   tele-  iilioue service   ). Ashu ol I, l epiiir'   ���I. A. S ij w.i'd, lumber       Vaiiioin er llardu.iio Co., oil, etc   LavMcncc I laid ware Co., supplies   P.uMills Produce Co., supplies   C. W. U'ost & Co.. coal        C.inadi.in P.icillc Railway, freight      George Homgeois, wood   T. W. Houston, labor          .1. A. Armstiong, veterinary      Nelson  Hardware Co., oil, etc   (Iu|.'a I'crcli.i Rubber Co , supplies ...  John Nureio���t, repairs   If. 1t\eis fc Co., supplios      W. 1". Tejt/.el & Co.,supplies   J. C. Porter, plastering   W. P. Tierney, coal   V. .1. Bindley tc Co., painting        A. A. Andiews, bats, etc ..".   U. P. Hciley. labor       Gurnet Davis, diMjiige   Lillie Bros., boots        Imperial Oil (Jo., oil   825 CO  ;*i 00  20 00  50 25  81 38  12 05  3.) 52  3 50  1" 30  5 87  10 (X)  3 50  5 00  25 00  51 00  2 50  31 60  37 75  07 00  21 20  2 75  200 50  4 00  2 25  21 (X)  8 00  ' Total  $    557 SKI  STREETS.  Pay roll   H. D. Ashcroft, blacksmith   J. A. Say ward, lumber   Nelson Saw'Jt Planing Mills, Limited,  lumber   E. T. II. Simpkins    Vancouver Hardware Company, nails..  Lawrence Hard ware Company, tools, etc  W. Costello, hauling material   H. Bjers& Co., tools, etc   Nelson   Transfer   Company,   hauling  gravel   Johnson Sc Kinradc, blaeksmitbing ���  W. W. Beer, damages   Imperial Oil Company, oil   Total   $ 2,224 13  15 10  315 00  175 95  5 00  10 00  35 97  18 00  12 58  '2 50  5 40  3 00  3 00  Total .....$ (i,202 35  SMALLPOX     QUARANTINE     AND    HOSPITAL.  Pay roll of police guards at wharf $    208 50  Lawrence Hardware Company, supplios  for hospital         00 08  Kirkpatrielc   &   Wilson,   supplies   for  hospital..         52 60  Nelson Saw & Pinning Mills, Limited,      ���  erecting hosnital        2!K) 5.0  Turner, Bccton & Co., water barrels ...        - 3 00  M. J. Burns, sleigh and  tiai^forring  patient from boat to hospital ... 100 00  W. V. Teetzol& Co .supplies, forhospital 87 03  Nelson Transfer  Company, wood   for  hospital         15 00  McArthur & Co.. furniture for hos-  -pital '  32 50  J. A. Gilker, bedding for hospital  27 00  MEALS  25  CENTS  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��    Q    TRAVES,   Manager   ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  D  Total   Grand total..  .5    !KXi 70  ....S25  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO $1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  ...$ 2,825 93  Total  ��� S LOOS 02  11KA LTII DEPARTMENT.  I'.vv roll, foreman and teamsters $ 920 40  C. P. It., freight on car oats     110 12  UliNhiilm &Oo.. oats  340 !Xi  .1. M. Ludwig, iop.iirs to harness  12 20  II. 1). Ashciott, icpairs,  5 50  II. Brute,  tlrajage     75  Johnson & ICinrade, bl.icksmUhmg ...*. GO 50  Uniekin.in ic Ker, feed .��  02 00  L.iwience Hardware Co7| supplies   50 20  Parsons Produce Co., supplies  10 80  M. Scully, teaming          2100  John Noreross, repairs  2 00  L. I'ogue, repairs     50  Strachan Hros., repairs     7 87  A. Stewart, \accinc tubes     35 00  Canadian P.icliio Telegraph Co  2 17  SUNDRIES.  George Bourgeois, wood $     15 00  M. Scully, wood  27 00  Refund of road tax  00 00  Mrs. Ada Clayton, refund real estate  tix  495  Ward Broo., refund insurance tax  100 00  Dominion Express Company, express on  dog tags  80  E. McGregor, commission on dog taxes 10 00  H. ]Iutrman, fuel  8 00  Kootonay Lake General Hospital, grunt  for year     1,500 00  William Gura & Co., dog tags  8 40  Election pay roll  56,50  Total ? 1,(811 02  - MISCELLANEOUS.  Mis. J. P. Smith, nurse $        I  ICootcnay Lake Telephone Co   J. ('. I'oi tor, repairs  Jlrs. Margaret:Smith, nurse   Gcoige Hell & Co., groceries (relief) ���  Ci. Ij. Lennox, rent (relief)   W. A. I toj noids, cab fai cs      ft. J. Steele, services   Gomcr Daws drajage   .    Nelson Postolllee, stamps      John Ci oft, wood   Kootenaj LakcGcneral Hospital,monthly giant  ..  Nelson Miner   Canadian Pacific Telegraph      Dominion Day Reception Committee....'  .1. IC. St rai'haii, grant for .services   T. W. Houston, services   Thomson Stationery Co., supplies   I.  I'ogue, rent (iclief) ...   C'aptmn Fr.iscr, rent (relief)   W. V. Tectj'c! ,!c Co:, supplies     ,  Lawrence Hard ware Co., .supplies   IL Bj ers Sr Co., supplies ,   A If Jell's, (lire man) grant,   Clarke Hotel, meals (relief) .."*, . ,. ...  Spokane Northern Telegraph Co..  A. (JuiiniiiKh'tin, cartage   C. M. [''arrow, iserviccs ,   M, J. Burns, mill fares   Canad an Rk-iISc Railway, ticket (relief)  ,Total   12 00  4 00  25 00  1 !K)  11 110  1 00  2 00  1 25  23 00  2 50  "   10 00  12 00  1 51  50 45  100 00  4 00  4 50  12 00  21 00  2 75  3 ,30  2 25  150 00  2 25  1.1 14  1 75  39 50  4 00  -   3 00  Total .., ...�� 1,790 05  WATER WORKS CONSTRUCTION.  Payroll..'.   ? 293 00  M. Scully, hauling material   1 50  A. Nanson  4 CO  Johnson & Kinradc, blacksniithing ... 11 35  Hcbden & Hebdcn, service connections 40 29  Lawrence Hardware Company, supplies 121 30  Strachan Bros., service connections��� 331 75  Jaeob Green  14 00  W. Costello, hauling material  1 75  Globe  Printing Company, advertising  debentures  14 10  Armstrong & Moriison, balance on pipe 717 48  J. A. Honcyman, supplies  3 50  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills, Limited,  lumber  17 09  11. D. Ashcroft. blaeksmitbing  5 00  Imperial Oil Company, oil  2 90  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IF WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL MAKE IT FOR YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  AUCTIONSALE  Household  Furniture  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  Largo comfortable bedrooms and  first-class  dining-room. Samplo rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  gigs'* ***����&��:  ��� ��:  : o'  i  '���       ' :  .-;::::::�����  . ������ : : - : t ���    M  .;���-..'������       Q  ���  * i * . :  : : ' i ���' ' : ���     W  :  .'!"'!!  :'������:,': i :    HJ  :���::.,: ' :' M  t   ��� ��� .  ��� ' *    '    </>;-,  tt  jfcfifw^  Ssglis^&r-g -  ��  oo5o  </>  ���W     M  V;  *-   i    t���  15           w-mZI.      *0  r       li  ;i;wo-  ��  4.     .  -Uip         i *  is  -=2;~icj~  ^oow-u-'Xii..    rr  C t�� wo op j- iii; c ^' i<r ^"    �����*  ���CO  <ji    -  i.        -I  l GQ 32 t>" W -^ 1 * OO Is, C  w  Itta.^lv"-!  ��  ^l''5?-29ffiictc5:,::j3  ��_���.**.�� *�� ���  -  ��� w.   -1 W Wl  *��        1     ��   ���  DISBURSEMENTS  VAjKC  ritfC LIGHT MAINTENANCE.  roll, a!  power stat  ion, S    oi   5  I'OMCE DEPARTMENT.  Payroll, chief and iiatrolmcn    . ...".��  Ne!��tHi Transfer Co., express charges ,.  31, IJuriis, cab fareo ,    Wo Konpr, laumlry   W. Costello, druyngo ^.    P. Jlurni &, Co., moat foi lookup      C.inaclian 1M< llie Telegraph Co   W, H\ TooUcl Ai Co., dupplieh   11. O. ,Ioy, lucad for lockup,   Rirkjiatrick  tc   WlUon,  groceries,  for  lockup   Spokane Northern Telegiaph Co   ., ...  CD .lurvih, expenses trip to Ymir, ..  Nelson lluidwarb Co., tinware   C'liuke Hotel, meals for prisoners .  ..  .  \V. R. Jlrown dr.i.vago    ,   Nelson Saw  &   Planing Hills, Limited,  llxturcitfoi'liolicc ceuif , ...  W. R.JavMs, expenses trip to North-  port .,   11. .1. Hawkey, professional sen ices   Kootenny Lake Telephone Co-   A. Cunningham, drayngc   jo!) 10  (ISO 60  ,V)  .'{ 00  ,1 "a  :i oo  2o HI  fi 30  1 33  10 So  13 00*  1 !)0  S 70  3 1 j  10 00  .TO  44 00  1.5 00  .5 (K)  m  1 j0  Total  $ 1,.)83 it  WATER WORKS MAINTENANCE,  Pay roll 8  H. D. Ashcroft, hlacksmithing .., .  V, ,1. Bradley & Co '. \ . ..  Hall & Jolft*    ....  Lawrence Hn i A ware Company, 'supplies  Johnson & Kinradc, blaeksmitbing1   119 70  3 50  22 75  3 7,5  1 20  H 25  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  IV|rs. E. G. GlarKe, Prop.  LATE OK TIIE ROYAL IIOTEL, CALGARY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel which is now being  enlaiged and renovated, will be reopened  on March 1st, when it will havo 10 large,  nicely furnished and well lighted rooms,  heated with hot air. Special attention  ���will be given to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  C. A. PROSSER,  MANAGER  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  .Successors to  A. DEWAR & CO.  N|adden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under one management since 1890.  Tho bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by the best) dom s-  tic and imported liquors and cigars.  ,     ' THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  Payroll, at power station. & afi 70  A. 15. Sherwood, insuianeeon plant.... 1,52 50  Ward !!ro.s., insiuance on plant    30 80  Martin ') Reilly & Co., supplies  3 50  George Bourgeois, Hie!  30 00  imperial Oil Co , oil     ....      0U Gb  Kootenaj ICleetiie Supplj   .t Construction Co.,-supplies, etc.    ,.,  111! 09  Lawionce Hardware Co., supplies  8 IK)  M. Scully, teaming . ,  27 00  L. Pogtio, lepuiring bells..  ...   , (> lu  ,)olin Norcros-,, repairs ,. ,5 (io  Gomer D.u is. cartage  2 ,5U  IT. Bjcr-i & Co., hardn.ire  2X5  Nelson Tiausfer Co., f lie! ,  10 00   Total..  ?_S��5 21  PRINTING AND STATIONERY.  Nelson Economist.".  S ,  .53 00  Miner Printing & Publishing Co  *3'��85  Tins Tribune Association, Lid....  112 25  A. It. Sherwood  2 00  S. Tj tier, maps  3 30  lli-ilisli Columbia Gazette  5 00  Canada Drug & Book Co  13 20  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition,  A. R. SHERWOOD  HEAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  _-J3ougH and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White, Pine Lumber Always in  Steely  "Wo carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned "Worl<, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt jittention.  A Big Schooner  OF BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  FKESH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  -    Total   USUAL EXPENSK3.  W. A,(iaUihei..r  ,   .9    2.5S GO          17830  Total ��     17fT:��i  PL'IJLIC I1U1LD1NOS AND GROUNDS.  Paj   lloll  8  N'elsou Saw& PlaninK JM 11���, Limited,  lumber  ...   Comer Davis, cirlayo.   Vancouver Hardware Company, plumb-  -   iiiK..--.   Lawrence Hauhvaro Com]iany, hard-  wiire ....   -   IMppin & Slitell, eeinotery fence   II. Ilyers & Co., hirdware   F.J. Hradley & Co., piunting   Kirkpatrick & Wilson, account cemetery fence....,,...,   Total    SALARIES.  II. G. Neelands, mayor   John Houston, m,ij or   J. IC. Strachan. city clerk ....   ....  W. K. Wns-on, assistant city clerk.  A. Allan, caretaker cemetery   A. W. Peck, auditor   C. W. 1 >ill, assistant city engineer .  22 93  !I(K)  1 00  1,52 00  3 ,50  IS!) (il  i ,50  o 00  n 45  S     W7 10  First door west  of Bank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  J�� E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER      .'  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy terms.  '   One lot  on   Stanley  btreet, opposite  Royal  hotel, for Mile at a bargain.  E.O110 hcvcn-roomcd house and ono threc-roomi  houbo tor rent.  ANNABL.K  Porto Rico Lumber Go. Ltd.  Contraetdps end Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  BuyJ"he|r Lumber  AT  CO. Buchanan's  A largo stock of first-class dry material on  hand, also a full line of sash, doors, mouldings,  tamed work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard 1  Foot) of Hendryi street, Nelson  Telephone. 91    |j Q||t1   Rag,   Ag8fit  The best glas1! cf beer to be had in Nelson is at  TIIE CLUB IIOTEL  . Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E. J, CURRAN, Prop.  B. C. HOTEL   eeie, b. 0.  Fjrst-class in every respect. Choicest wlnea,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for transient;  and icsident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSKPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  5  Total 3 ',151,53  1-1LKCTUIC LIU I IT CO VST RUCTION-.  Pa> roll, erectiiiK ni.iin lines      �� IfiSl HO  Pay roll, electing main lines ....... .... ,'ki io  jleadmoro Belliii{j Co., belts      1SJ .50  11.   D.   AslicolL,   making hangers  for  street lamps  y>i 70  J. A. Ha> ward, lumber    ,  Si-12  John h'oicrosi, plko pole-,  I ,50  M. Scully, haulingnmtoiial  G JO  Vulsim haw & Planing Mills, Limited,  lumber  1!J 00  U. Iti'iice, hauling malcrial ,  1 00  W. Costello. hauling material  2 00  tiomor Davis, hauling material  IS ,50  . AV  ij  roll  Total  . .--   SKWKR JLVINTJEXANCJE.  Hale, ���supplies       ��  ToUl   S  SKWICB CONSTRUCTION.  Pay 10II    S  J. JVIcLennan. labor   Nelson Transfer Companj, hauling  materi.il   West Kootenaj Hrick&LimcCompany,  material   McHeat h & Petci'b, balance on contract  M. Scully, hauling material   W. Costello. hauling matoriiil   (iomer Davit., hauling material  .  IS. J. Kvant vS: Co.. material   .Johnson & Kinradc, blacksmithing.  Vancouver Haidvvarc Company, material    Lawrence Haidware Company, mn-  tetinl.., ,..,   S. Kdlund, labor   G. V. Motion, material  .,.  Nelson Hardware Company, material .  II. Bruce, hauling material,   50 00  200 00  240 00  180 00  70 00  :i.i 30  100 00  87:i 30  1 00  ill 85  92 85  310 15  1 50  29 25  0,5 20  1!)7 81  Hi S3  '2 .50  4 .50  3.5 20  3 20  25  15 00  } .50  1 .50  * tt  1 50  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootenaj  P. O. Box 659. TKLKPE  Streets.  [ONK NO. 95  FOR   SALE.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Block  1  Block 5  Block 6  f   �� |,  Block 7 )   Aii  ) Cash Offer  v      Fop  Foup  ADDRESS  W. F. TeetzeL Nelson.  TENDERS  FOR  REAL  WANTED  ESTATE.  Tenders -will be received by the undersigned  until 12 o'clock noon on Monday, April 2nd, 1000  for the following described real estate in Nel��on.  Lots 7 and 8 und Lots 1.5and 19 in Block 10, together with the improvements thereon, consisting of tho Silver King hotel and a one-Htory residence.  Terms cash. The highest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  CAROLINE THKLIN,  Administratrix estate of Johh.Johnson, deceased,  Nolson, I). C, March 2nd, liH)0.  :. J. Robie  FASHIONABLE '  Workmanship and  quality of goods t^e  best obtainable  Opposite Silver King Iiotel, Baker stroet, Xelson  cStpmces -'is"the  ORDi?R OV TIIE DAY  ^UtedaUW*  And I want to bo in it. I have just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a 550,000 stock to choose from mode to  your order at pi ices never before beard of In Nelson. All the latest fads in Fancy Vestings for  Kail and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in all Its branches a specialty.  Lowest prices.   Rooms 1 and II, Hillyer block.  STEVENS. TheTailop  FineTailoring S  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  Vernon  Street, Nelson.  SMOKE"  ROYAL SEAL  AND  '  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS      '  UNION MADE  ��� 1  igar SVStg. m  NKT.SO,N', UlIlJTrSII .COLUMBIA  R. REISTERER & CO'  BRIIWERS AND BOTTI.EBS OK  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery at Hefesw  Nelson   Wine   Co.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special ,'illenlioii jf fieri -to family trade  fc^l-t,     FBAM A. TAMB'JK  Nelson, U. C, MA.V.IGKK  Iii pursuance with instructions received from W. A. Galliher, the undersigned will offer for sale, by-  auction, the whole of the household effects and furnishings contained in Mr. Galliher's residence on  Lake street, on  Wednesday, April 4  at 2 p. m., sharp.  This house has been newly furnished with modern furniture of  the latest style, and the disposal of  it will afford an excellent opportunity of securing bargains.  Dining Room Furnishings  including handsome oak sideboard, extension . table and  chairs. \  Drawing Room Furnishings  including Newcombe piano, upholstered chairs, wicker chairs,  easy chairs and lounge.  Three Bed Room Suites -  and complete outfit of bed  linen, table linen, silver ware,  cutlery, kitchen utensils, steel  range, curtains, portieres, and  pictures.  Extensive Library  including the works of Marryat,  Stevenson, Carlyle, Gibbons,  Scott, Thackeray, Dickens, Ly t  ton, and Dumas, as well as several volumes of poems and historical works, and' an International encyclopedia.  Terms: Cash. __  C. A. Waterman & Co.  AUCTIONEERS          St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  "     XELSON, B. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peaco. ' It is situated at  tno cornor of Mill and Josephine streets in one of:  the best residential portions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible from all parts of the city.  The coiuse of study includes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English education; Business 'course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���music;  vocal and instrumental, drawing, etc. Plain art  and needlework, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to tho Sister  Superior. ,  Removal  The Nolson Business College will take possession of its new premises, rooms Noj. (*  and 7 In the Victoria block, Josephine street,  on AVednesday, April 4th. Student* should  register early for ihe Kastcrn term.  .SEATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITKD.���Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streots, Nolson, manufacturers  of and wholesaledealers in teratcd waters and  fruit syrups. Solo agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone (10.   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  ���VT7 F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker "and  ���� ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesaledealers in   assayers  supplies.   Agents Ifor Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.   CIGARS.  TT'OOTENAY   CIGAR   MANUFACTURING*  **���   CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streets. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kooto.  nay Belle" brands of cigars.   COAL.  OROWS  NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.���  Wholesale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St. Barbe. Agent. Baker street. Nelson.   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker street,  ���   wholesalo    dealers   in   liquors,  Nelson,  cement, Are brick and firo clay, water pipo anct  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and Now Westminster <]   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO Baker   street,   Nelson,  ���   wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES.  A.  MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Vernon and  Josephine streots, wholesale grocers and  jobbers inblankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinawB and miners' sundries.   KOOTENAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vornon   street. Nelson,   wholesalo  grocers.   JOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-  Bon, wholosalo grocers.  -Front street, Nel-  JY. GRIFFIN  &  CO.���Corner Vernon and  ���   Josephino streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers  in provisions, cured meats, butter and eggs.        .  PE STEWART & CO.���Warehouses onC. P.  ��� R. track; foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions,' produce (and  fruits. Cold storage. Agonts Armour Sc Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.���Corner Bakorand Josephine  ���   streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in nard-  supplies.    Agentsfor Giant  ware and  mining  Powder Co. ���  H. D.  ASHCROFT  IslacksmTthincT  and expert  horseshoeing  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  (st-class wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repair  ing and custom work from outside point*.  Shop:   Hall St., between Bakor and Vornon  moneytcTloan  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. L. LKNNOX, Solicitor, Nelson B. C  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Hoses, Fancy Kvcrgrecns  Magnola*. Bulb*, new crop tested s��'d>*, for spring  nl.tiiting. Largest und most complete stock in  Western Cannon. Call and riiAKo your hclectioos  or send for catalogue, Address at the nurfacry  grounds and tfreonhou'-e.' - _,���.���,���  ai, j, iiji.rs it i ���  300(1 Westminster Road, Vancouver, B. C.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Notice is lieieby given .that the partnership  heretofore cms!ing between the undersigned as  te.imsters and freighters under the firm name of  The Nelson Transfer Coui|ian> ha��i this day by  mutual con-ent been dissolved.  AH debts, due to the said linn are to bo-paid to  the underniKncdJohn T. Wilson and Kenneth A.  I "oWjes. who hiwo assumed and will pay oil* all  the liabilities of t he "-aid firm.  Dated at Xelson, 11. (*., thn 21th day of March,  ia()0. ALVIN C. FLK'-'K.  <;. JT. McDOUMAN.  K. A. FORBES.  J. T. WILSON.  Witness, 1'. K. Wil.,011, Sohcfloi, Nelson, B. C.  SAWMILL   FOE   SALE.  The Miwinill and plant lately owned by Joseph  T. Robei ts, ul llykorf". Landing, and consisting  of a 3<>>iori<e power boiler, engine. Grifilth &  Wedge top-rig sawmill, edger, planer, belting,  etc., etc., will bo told where they now stand.  AP1' JTAYLOK & HANNINGTON, Solicitors.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE (COMPANY-,  Baker St., Nelson, wholesalo 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-  bers and tinsmiths' supplies.   ' i___   ���     lFqUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corncr Vernon  and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Oo. cf Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   PAINTS   AND -OILS. .      ",  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  Street���Wholesalo dealers in paints, oils,  aud brnshes of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootonay. .   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  -  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers iu caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.   " '  SASH AND DOORS. ,  NELSON   SAW   AND   PLANING    MILLS * v  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall strccU,  Nolson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers^  In sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order. ;   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY-'  Baker street, Nelson.   Manufacturer of all  -  kinds  of   tents,   awning'),  and   canvas  goods,  P. O. Box iti.   Thco. Madson, proprietor.   WINES AND  WINE  CIGARS.  COMPANY,  LIMI-  CALIFORNIA        TED���Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines (case aud bulk)  and domestio andimportcd cigars.  ARCHITECTS.  EWART ��g_CARRIS���Architects.   Rooms 7_  and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker sl-.reofc. Nelson.  ENGINEERS.  r^HARLES PARKKK���MinniKiHifl miltingcu-  V>   ginocr.   West Baker street. XeKon.  TBADES   UNIONS.  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO, DC, XV. V. of  M.���Moots in miners' union i'oonls, irorth--  east corner Victoria and Kootenay sheets, every  Satuiday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting members WOlCOFIiO.  James Wn.kes. Sec'y.    C11 .vs. A. McK,i v. Pros.  THK regular meeting"- of theCarponters' Union  are held on Wednesday evening of each  week, al 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union hull cornor Victoria and Kootenay s'lreels.  1  It. ROBINSON   President.  JAMES COLLING, Secretary.  T  RAUrKS AND LABOR COUNCIL.-The 1 !���(?!!���  lar meetings of tho N'eison Tiadesaml Labor  Council will beheld in the miners' union hall,  corner of Victoria and Kootenay i-trcoU, on tho  llrtt ami third Thursdivy of ouch ,111011th, at  7.30 p. 111.  U. J, Thorpe. Pres. J. II. Matiii:so.v, Sec'y.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.   .  NEJjSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. V. Sc A. M.  Meets second Wednesday in each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  K  NIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge. No,  Igo. No,  O. O. K.  Notice of Application for License.  I hereby git onotlio that I Intend to apply to  tho Board of Licensing roiiinii-donen. of the  City of Nelson at it* next mooting for an hotel  , lieoiiNo for the premises situate upon lot 21, block  i RS {northeast corner of Veruon and Hall street*)  * In the city of Nelson. it. E. LEMON.     J  25, Knights of Pythi(is. moots hi I.  Hall, corner Baker aud Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.   X isiting Knights  cordially invited to attend.  R. G. JOY. K. oi R. & S.   ^ LEONARD SCOTT, C.'C.  NELSON L. O. L., No. 1G92. meets in I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Bakor and Kootenay stracte,  1st and 3rd   Friday  of each month.   YLsiting  brefhern cordially invited.  It. RoiHjreoN;_W.M._W. On vwroitn. Uer.-Scp.  NELSON jWRIK, Number 22, Fraternal Ordrr  of Eagles, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday iuench month   in Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome.  "VV. Gosnkm., President.  CsiAiti.KS Phorbkk. Secretary  NOTICE.  Notice is hei eliy given tlmt 1 intend to applyat  theiuevt meeting of the Uo.\id of License coni-  ims^ioiicis foi the Uit> of Nelson, held after the  o\piralnin of Unity d.i}* fiont the date heieof,  for 11 liMiisier of the saloon license now held by  1110, dated the lith day i>f Janu.viy, lUDO. foi the  Clue Pot sjiioou, situate on Iho vest half of lot i  bloek 2, Nelson, 11. C��� to John Liadulad of Nelson, li. C.  IMtoi thit. 3rd day of March, 1000.  Wlfcue*);  H.H.Wahu. W.A.WAUI), THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, MONDAY MARCH 2  1900  Rubber Gloves  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  The proper thing for spring house-  cleaning and gardening  Furniture Polish  To make your Furniture look as good  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets DRUGS AND ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES  Clothing    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 Nelson Clothing House  217 219 Baker Street  *_-0.0*.0-*'0.0.0t-0.l*,0.0' 'it'^'^'^'S'^'^H'H'^    i  fr��: ^- ��?��� ^- ����� ^ ^- ��"��� ^- ��?��� ^ 55"' -0-0-0-0 ���0-0'0.0-0-0-0^_^jt  w  iti  iti  iti  ito  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti-  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hr  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  ySf.  ESTABLISHED   IN   NELSON   IN  1890  For your  Baster  Trade  No one feature about our line of  Spring Jewelry is of more importance than the fact that we  can give you the J)est made.  .*',%?���*���  _lly the best Ihatismade, ve mean the Jngliest in quality and the latest in stjle.  Yon .no.ilreolulcb sure ofboth when jou buy ot uo. You will <3oon he buying your  Spiing ami Jiaster piesents. If j ou havc bought from us before you, can bo absolutely  fiuie that you .ire unking the best bid with jour money. It's worth something to bo  bine, but we charge nothing extra tor this suiet}-. On the contrary itaoits you lc!-> foi  the surety that good with our goods than the sorrow that may come from purchasing  el-.ew here. Perhaps j ou do not know how' popular we ,irc �� ith our customers. .Try ua  when yon want to make sure of quality and good treatment.  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  Jewelry and Wateh Repairing Guaranteed.  Mail orders receive careful and prompt attention.  Xti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  'S-0^-0%-0-0i'Si-0-0-0-0i-0--0-      , ��p'*5>'8��.��^��r;'*..c;.��r.'>��^.^vgr:a��'  Great  Clearing  SSSLAG�� ��      $12,000   Stock   of  Dry   Goods  Selling at Wholesale Cost  We have received a large consignment of  Underskirts which are Exceptional Values.  Fancy Percale Underskirts at 75c  Black Sateen Underskirts at ��1.25 and S1.5Q  Fancy  Colored   Mercerised   Sateen   Underskirt (flounced) at $2.15 and $2.75  Fancy Colored Silk Underskirts at $3.25  New Shtrl Waists at 50 and 75c  Black Sateen Shirt Waists'at $1  Fancy Colored Mercerised Sateen Shirt Waists' at $1.75  See our new Sailor Hats at 40 and 60 cents  KLI.IOT BLOCK  BAKKU STllEEr  A. FERLAND'" & CO.  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  ed  The Best that Money can Buy.      Take no Other.  Manufactured hy the Ilruokiimn Ker Milling Co , fid.  VibIoii.1, YciFtcOiu or, Westminster, KrinicmLon, Kos'-lmntl, XcNon.  Tfje Daily Tribune Costs $5 a year by mail  CITY LOCAL NEWS  The ladies hospital aid society  will meet in the A'estry of the Presbyterian church this afternoon at  3 o'clock.  Pedro Cherbo, hotel keeper of  Kuskonook, was in the city yesterday. He states that the residents  of the destroyed town are getting  along comfortably, shacks and  other buildings having been built  for temporary use. No permanent  buildings will be proceeded with  ��� until a suggestion to re-survey the  townsite has been decided upon.  During the past month Dr. Rose,  house physician, admitted thirty  patients to the general hospital  and gave 100 consultations. The  majority of the latter were for eases  of la grippe, which is epidemic just  now. "  Mogul locomotive No. 584, the pet  of the Nelson yard for the past  three months, got up steam yesterday and rolled over to Trail, to  which point she has beeu transferred much to the disgust and regret of the depot officials. The  staff have a half-promise-that the  "pride of the yard" may comeback  in the near future, but are rather  dubious, as the railroad boys across  the river never yet gave up anything that once passed into their  control. Engine SS is now being  temporarily used in switching, but  the yard staff from yardmaster  Clarence Olgilvie arc not taking  half the comfoi t out of life that  they had with the ''old mill."  A new bunker lias been built at  the lower end of the C. P. R. yards  for holding locomotive coal. The  building is now full, the stock being G50 tons, sufficient to last the  locomotives running out of Nelson  for slightly more than two months  without replenishing. A number  of men are at work grading the  lower end of the yard.  Judge Forin holds chambers tomorrow and a number of cilmiual  cases aie set down for a hearing.  H. H. Bowden comes up finally to  elect as to his tiial and plead. It  is thought that the cato will be disposed of. ' Clayborne, committed  for theft, comes up for trial and  Sanderson, the C. P. R. porter who  stoutly maintains his innocence,  will also be tried. The authorities  wore busy Piiday and* Saturday  serving papers in these cases.  The Ontario Powder Company  starts today to replace the buildings  at their works opposite Mve-mile  point, which were destroyed in  Thursday's explosion. The new  building, which will be larger than  the old premises, will be erected a  short distance further up the lake  shore from the old site. It will be  rushed to completion, the company  desiringtoget _operations_under_  way at as early a date as possible.  During the past couple of days  certain changes have been made to  the big bell in the tower of the fire  hall, with the object of making the  alarm strike louder than has been the  ease up to the present. On various  occasions the call men of the department h&ve complained that  they could not hear the bell and an  effort is being made io remedy this  defect.  l^Iags were (lying at half mast  over the Iiotel Phair, the opera  house and at other points in the  pity yesterday in honor of the  funeral of the victims of the powdei  works explosion.   .  Within a few days the isolation  hospital on the Hall Mines road will  be deserted. Misses Hearlo and  Fahey came down yesterday, Edward Clayton will probably be discharged from the institution today,  and Dr. McLennan expects to fumigate the premises thoroughly and  come into tho city on Tuesday.  Mrs. S. A. Ink, who lias been  visiting her son, Charles II. Ink of  Hoover street, left Nelson yesterday morning for her home in Lewis  & Clarke county, Montana.  P. Burns returned on Saturday  night from Greenwood,  R. Insinger of Spokane, was at  the Iiotel Phair yesterday, leaving  this morning for Silverton. In company with other Spokane men Mr.  Insinger is interested in the Hewett  proposition at Silverton, and is inspecting the work done to date ou  the property.   Bight  men are at  work on the property and a car of  ore was recently shipped to Trail  from which big returns, particularly in silver values, are expeeted.  Work will be commenced today  on both Kootenay and Stanley  streets. The former will be graded  for a half block south of Baker, and  material will be moved from the  latter so that E. J. Curran can  erect a retaining wall in front of  the Club hotel.  Fred Irvine Sc Co., have issued  cards of invitation to a spring millinery opening for, Wednesday  afternoon.    Ices -will be dispensed.  The Columbian Comedy Company  will show tonight at the opera  house, in "A Stranger in New  York." A feature of the performance will be specialties between the  acts, in 'which the Somers family  will appear. This clever family  visited Nelson about two years ago.  Accounts against the city for the  the month of March should be presented at the city office not later  than the morning of the Oth instant,  so that they can be passed on by  the finance committee, which meets  ou Friday evening at 8 o'clock.  W. C. Forrester, provincial constable, late of Ymir, is in the city  and leaves today to assume his new  post on the Balfour extension with  headquarters at Thirteen-mile  point.  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  HARDWARE  CO.  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill, Steam and Suction  Hose.  Crucible   Cast  Steel  5-16 to 1-in. in  Wire  Rope  stock.  Leather and   Rubber Belting.  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Black  and Galvanized Sheet Iron  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  Agcnts-  -Triiiix Ore Cars, tliant Powder, nml Metropolitan Kuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  1CASI.0  SANDON  NO PARTY LINES NO MARTIN  Bobbed and Drowned.  Colina, Ohio, March 30.���A body  in Lake Mercer, found a week ago,  has been identified as John Diley as  Beaver Dam, a retired and wealthy  lumberman. He always carried a  large sum of money, for which, it if  believed, he was murdered.  Norfolk's Successor.  "Loxdon, April l.-"-Ifc i.s asserted  on good authority that sir AVilliam  Hart-Dyke, former chief secretary  of Ireland, will be appointed postmaster general in succession to the  duke of Norfolk, resigned.  HOTEL   ABBIVALS.  At tiik Phaiii.���G. W. Hughes,  Alamo; T. J Hahuan, Spokane; W.  A. Roat, Lakewood, New Jersey; R.  Insinger, Spokane; P. J. Hiekey,  Sandon; C. Williams, Spokane; Mrs.  Ross and family, Spokane; J. V.  Welch, Spokane; Miss Brock Hearle,  City; Charles A. Yorke, Erie; L. L.  Christie, Sandon; J. A'. Bolin, Rossland,  At the Queens.-H. K. Livingstone, eity; J. McNeil, Granite Siding; I. Crawford, city; F. Gravelle,  Spokane: P.J. McCornville, Spokane;  C. A. DesBrisay, Spokane; P. R,  Raymond, Ymir  At tii i��: Hume ��� Robei t Lewis,  Nelson; Frank B. Gibbs, Nelson;  Harry A. Jackson;' Nelson; W. SI.  Dowsing, Spokane; R. E. Cooper,  Toronto; D. MeEwen, Montreal;  J. E. Beaton, Nelson; E. JVIowan,  Montreal; C, A. Des Brisay, Spokane; P. J. MeConnelle, Spokane;  A. W. Peck and family, Nelson; A.  McCuIloch, -Nelson; B. Lamont.  Nelson.  .   At the Madoen.���B.   O'Rourke,  Balfour; D. Rouike, Ymir.  NELSON OPERA HOUSE  ONE  NIGHT ONLY  MONDAY,- APRIL-2nd  Special Engagement  of the  The Columbian  Presenting ihe Great  '< Eastern Success  A Stranger in  OPJ  Band and  Orchestra  NO LONG WAITS  High class specialties between acts  including the famous  SOMERS  FAMII^V  who appeared in Nelson  two years ago.  Reserved seats, 75e.   Admission 50e  Seats now on sale.  For the Nelson Liberals.  The Nelson Liberals announced  on Saturday night iu no uncertain  tones that they do not want the  coming provincial elections to be  fought on party lines, and still less  do they want Joe Martin as their  leader.  The meeting was presided over  by W. A. Galliher, president of the  local association, and G. C. Tunstall  was secretary. The attendance Avas  a good one, over 50 members being  present, and the proceedings  were    marked    with    remarkable  unanimity. If any of those present  did not agree with the views of the  majority, they lacked the courage  of their convictions aud kept their  opinions to themselves.  After the objects of the meeting  had been stated by the chairman  and. the arrangements for the transportation ;of the delegates to Vancouver explained, a motion*was proposed by John Hamilton and  seconded by C. B.Miller nominating  ten delegates to represent this  riding at the forthcoming convention of the Liberal party to be held  at Vancouver on the 5th aud Oth  instant. Some of those nominated  were prevented from accepting  owing to business engagements, but  finally the following delegates weie  selected, (twelve were nominated as  some weie uncertain as to whether  they would not be prevented from  going at the last moment): Dr. E.  C. Arthur, A. M. Johnson. John A.  Gibson, G. Frank Beer, John Mc-  Vicar, C. K. Miller, W. G. Gillett,  John MeLeod, John Ellis, Thomas  Madden, W. A. Martyn, and A. SI.  Sherwood. E. P. Davis and J.  Harold Senkler, both of Vancouver,  were nominated as alternates.  The delegates were also empowered to choose other alternates  at Vancouver in case any unexpected event should prevent a full  delegation from leaving i'or the  coast.  James Bannermau seconded by  W. Rutherford, then proposed the  following l esolution : '��� That iu the  event of a motion beiug made in  thei'orthcoming convention favoring  the introduction of federal lines into the approaching provincial elections the delegates of the Liberals  of the Nelson riding of West  Kootenay be instiacted to vote  "no."  Some amendments were suggested which tended to give * the  delegates more initiative, but it  was thought best to tie down the  delegates and they failed to" find  seconders,-the "original" "resolution  being passed unanimously.   -'  On the motion of Dr. Arthur and  James Bannermau, it was resolved  that the Nelson, .Liberals would,  under no circumstances, recognise  premier Joe Martin as the leader of  the Liberal party in British Columbia, and the delegates were insti uefced to vote accordingly. This  motion- was passed with but one  dissenting vote.  As the treasury of tho association  is somewhat depleted, a discussion  of ways and means ensued and a  collection was taken up which will  be devoted to-defraying the-expenses of the delegates.  Theiueeting then adjourned'until the 10th instant when1'the delegates to the.eonvention will report,  and the.annual election of officers  be held.      . *"*-..  BUSINESS   MENTION.  T. II. Roberts  is the manager of  the N'elsoir-Bazaar, Malone & Tregilhw block,  e.ibt of the Tremont hotel.  Spot cash paid for second-hand  goods of all kinds at the Xelson Bazaar, Malone'  & Tregillus block. "  The household effects of JVIrs. J.  K. M.ison and Mr. A. XV. IJe\jk for pale at the  wareroomsof (he Nelson Bazaar, Malone & Tregillus block. Call and inspect, as they must be  bold before April lath.  Jrouses furnished with ��� new and  second-hand furniture, or mixed now und .secondhand furniture, on (lie installment plan, by the  Ne so i Bazaar, Malone & Tregillus bkc'".  At the Nelson Bazaar, Malone ��fe  Tregillus block, can bo found a job lofcof grarJte  iviirc at prices lower than any "Cheap John"sloro  in the east.  Go to the Nelson Bazaar, Malone  & Tie.ijiUiis block, for new nnd second-hand furniture.  Hack   calls   left at the Bodega  Sulcon.   Telephone 171. ,  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  Xif  iti 185   BAKER  Hi '     ������-  STREET  xti  xti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  There are none  as  so good  Ferry's  Seeds  We carry a complete line of Di M. Ferry &  Company's Garden and  Flower Seeds  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON'S  The Leading*  Grocers������ . .  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  >ti  '0>-0- 0-0-0-0-0'-0-0-0-0-0       3?:ar:��p��r:��s'��T'��r'��C'^??'3rv3st  Are You Satisfied?  With the tea you are using. If not, try our Special  Ceylon in bulk, which for excellence and flavor has  no equal. t Ask for a sample.  THE WESTERN  MERCANTILE COMPANY,  Limited.  FANCY AND STAPLK GROCERIES  BAKER STREET, NKLSON  M  w  ���^���^j*  tm  ll&'i  $} We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fire Brick and  Fire Clay  mm  %  m  --Used in Eootenay.-^-  We also handle        , .    ��� " - tWt  Steel Mining Rails, g  Blacksmiths Goal, Semr Pipe, jEte* f  JHL  <J��  EVANS  NELSON, B. C.  & CO.  mm*  1'fi3-(=?'p3  Something Special in Jams.  . CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S     .    .      ,        ,,  'HwspljciTjC Slrnwbcrry. Plum, ADriuu't. Ulack Currunf, ami Keel Currant'  '     "~    '  in pint glassc-v 2.*> centH.      Telephone 101. .  P. 0. BOX 370,  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Blue Ribbon Toil"Always on Hand;  Fresh Kgijs Received Daily  John 1{* \tyii\g & Co.  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  lers in Meafe  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid''  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded'  That Light is Poor  GAS FITTING OTJR SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Victoria Street, opposite Poetofflco.  J.ET OS PUT INGA&  TRAGHAN BRO


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