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 DAILY EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  xmz  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAR  NELSON:  FEIDAY MORNING,/APRIL G  1900.  PRICE  FIVE  CENTS.  ;fTTiiTTiTTnrT;riTizTriirizrzTriiruizirriizmimTi;rririmmTrTr;rTTrrTTTTTT7TTTT7 [xxxxxxnxxixxxxxuaixrxj  I LABOR TROUBLES IN ROSSLAND ARE HAPPILY ENDEDI  All the Mines Start Up Again Today.  w  ltos.si.AM), April 3.���The following .statement was issued by the  Rossland Boaid of Trade tonight:  "Tlio negotiations looking to a settlement of the labor troubles  here were brought to a satisfactory conclusion tonight. This settlement is on broad lines and is regarded as permanent. All mines resume work tomorrow and .shipments will also be resumed.  "The managements of the leading mines have announced that all  properties will be woiked to the full capacity of their machinery [  plants, nnd as almost a quarter of a million dollars' worth of new j|  machinery is being installed, this means that upwards of twenty-five j]  hundred miners will soon be at work. The output will be increased jj  at once, aud the shipments from the Le Ttoi, War Eagle aud Centre  Star mines alone will shortly average 1300 tons, per day.  "The settlement of the labor troubles has resulted in a general  feeling of confidence being restored, and citizens of all classes are  rejoicing tonight. The number of minors employed iu Rossland  mines before tho shut-down was about 1500, and the shipments about  700 tons per day."  AMBUSH AT BUSHMAN'S KOP  ttXIXi; XIIXXXXIJXTIXXIXXXIIIXIIXXXXHIXXXIXXXIIUXIIXIIIXXXXIJXXXIXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXIXXXXXXXXXXXIXX:   tx c  J  KETTLE RIVER RAILWAY BILL  Knocked Out Again.  Ottawa, April 5.���[Special to  TheTiibune.]���The Canadian Pacific raihvay put up a red hot fight  against the Kettle River Valley  railway and the result was that it  was knocked out in the railway  committee on a vote of 39 for to S2  against, a majority against of 43.  The fight which the C. P. R. put up  was uot in committee but beforehand. On the other hand there  was no pressure behind the Kettle  River scheme, except what was  done by its advocates in parliament.  B^fock, who has never faltered in  looking after the interests of his  constituents, showed today plainly  that it was iu the interests of his  constituents that tho bill should  push,    lie gave  statistics to- sliow   the   increase    which   was   taking  .place in exports, .and pointed out  that both the Canadian Pacific railway and the Kettle River road  were wanted in the Boundary Creek  region. Walter JBarwiek, Toronto,  made a strong speech for the road,  stating that the company would  accept the clause prohibiting the  export of ores from Canada and  also prohibiting the sale or leasing  of the road to tho Canadian'Pacific  railway. "Ross Robertson strongly  endorsed the bill.  T. G. Shauglmessy, C. P. 11., after  pointing out what his company had  done already, said he did not object  to this road on tlio grounds of competition but because lie wanted a  free hand in those districts so that  he would be able to treat the mine  owners liberally and reduce freight  intes. He could not do so if another,  raihvay were let in there, as he-  would have to make terms with it  as to rates. Tupper opposed the  bill on the grounds that the Canadian Pacific raihvay should be considered." ""  Blair made a strong speech in  favor of the bill, lie said that the  time had arrived when the committee should say whether it was going  ' to refuse any charters southward.  If ever it was intended to give railway connection to tho south, there  would never be au occasion Avhen  a more cogent reason for doing so  would be given than today. He  was amused at Shaughnessy's cry  for a free hand, if there was anything in that argument it was that  tho Canadian Pacific railway  should never havo been allowed to  exist, but that a freo hand should  havo been given to the Grand  Trunk raihvay. What Shangh-  nessy feared from this road was  competition, and ho might as Avell  admit it.  Despite this strong appeal, the  bill was defeated. Theie were  thirty .Liberals, six Conservatives  and three Independents who voted  for the bill. The Independents  were McCarthy, Robertson and  Puttee.   Strike m Vancouver.  Vancouver, April 4.-���The painters, bricklayers, stonemasons and  carpenters in this city wore on  strike today. The building contractors acceded to the demands of  the   carpenters   aud    allowed   the  ' boss painters to patch matters up  with the painters' union, but declared war with tho bricklayers'  and   stonemasons'   union,  and  de-  _ elded to go on as well as they could  bv turning to work themselves  _Ad getting all those available  outside   the   union to help them. I  The carpenters, who were getting  30 cents an hour, demanded 33]  cents and a day of nine hours, with  a half-holiday on Saturday. Tho  painters demanded $3 a day; they  have been getting $2.50. The  stonemasons aud bricklayers demanded $4.50 foi" a day of eight  hours ; they have been getting $4.50  for nine hours a day. The contractors say they have been crowded  to the extreme every year and cannot make any further concession.  The Provincial Gazette.  Victoria, April 5.���The Provincial Gazette this week notes the  following appointments: Norman  Lee of Haucevillo to be justice of  the peace and coroner; Alex. J.  McKay of Cumberland to be license  commissioner for Comox, vice the  Hon. Cory Spencer Ryder, resigned;  George C. Tunstall of Kamloops to  be sheriff of the county of Yale,  vice A. G. Pemberton, resigned;  William Brockmaiu Richards of  Midway, and Alexander Marmay  Watson of Kimberley to be notaries  public; II.- II. Melndoo pf Nanaimo  to be chief license inspector for  Tcxada license district. ' The following companies have been incorporated : The Ship Lord Temple-  ton Company, Limited, capital  #70,400, headquarters Victoria; Anderson Lake Mining & Milling Compauy, Limited, capital $225,000,  headquarters Ashcroft.  Colonel Plumer's Losses.  , Pretoria, Tuesday/April 3,���In  tho fight of Ramathlama, March  31st, the following were taken prisoners : Captains Crewe, Duncan-  Robertson and McLaren, (Crewe  aud Duncan-Robertson have since  died), staff officers Cecil and Granville and nine soldiers, of whom six  were Avounded. Tho prisoners all  belonged to colonel Plumer's Rhode-  sian force.  Loxooy, April 5.���-It is thought  that the officer named Cecil captured  by the Boers at Ramathlama Js not  lord Salisbury's son, lord Cecil, as  the dispatch says he belonged to  colonel Plumer's force, and also if  the Boers had captured the  premier's son they would assuredly  herald the fact.  How They Were Captured.  Brandkort, April 2.���Burghers  who are returning from south of  the Samasport ambush, furnish interesting details of the occurrence.  It appears that when the first retreating British wagon entered the  drift, the ambuscaders shouted  "hands up," removed the officers  and let the carts through. This  ��� process was repeated several times  until the wagons arrived in a bunch.  When the ruse was discovered a  disordered flight followed. In one  cart were two officers to whom commandant Dewet shouted ".hands  up. One of them obeyed while the  other refused to surrender and was  shot. The burghers who were previously short of food now have  plenty. Commandant Dewet sent  the British guns, wagons and prisoners to Winburg.  The burghers lost three men  killed and ten wounded, including a  field cornet.  Among the wounded was the  Dutch military attache, Nix," who  received a bullet in his chest. Altogether the Boers captured 390  prisoners throughout the day. The  significance of the battle must not  be underestimated. It was fought  by a force of Free Staters on fiat  plains and. without shelters. The  Free Staters are now desirous of  marching on Bloemfontein, aiid the  Transvaalers are anxious to emulate the task of their allies. All  the southern Boer forces have now  formed junctures with the main  Boer army.  Perhaps of greater importance  than the victory was the capture  of British secretary papers including maps and plans of 1897, 1898  and 1899, outlining schemes for the  invasion of the Orange Free State  and the Transvaal, and giving a  plan for reaching Johannesburg  from Mafeking along Dr. Jameson's  route, amended so as to avoid mistakes. Another gives a plan for  the- march from Bloomfoutein to  Kroonstaadt via,Brandfort. Advices from Winburg, Ventersburg,'  Prieska and Kenhardt show the  colony is full of Boers. ,Tho Kenhardt rebels are marching on Cal-  vinia and others are on their way  towards Fourteen Streams. A dispatch box was found at -Samasport  containing oaths* signed by Free  Staters who surrendered. The  signers have been sent for iu order  that the general may explain the  invalidity of oaths taken under  compulsion.       t  BELGIUM DENOUNCES GRIME  Speeches in the House.  Brussels, April 5.���The minister  of foreign affairs, M. de Favereaux,  said that yesterday he forwarded  to the  prince  of Wales  and   the  queen an expression of the indignation to which so odious an outrage  had  given  rise.    Blood   called for  blood, said M. Vaudeled, the leader  of   the  Socialists,  but   this  called  forth  protests from  the  Rightists  who  recalled  the fact that Great  Britain  had always  been the best  guarantee of Belgium's neutrality.  The minister of foreign  affairs said  the Leftists ought to observe that  i-eserve which was the most elementary  of the  rules which  courtesy  rendered   incumbent   upon    them.  After hearing interchanges of remarks during  wliich  M.   Vandeled  repudiated the rightist insinuation  that his remarks at Tuesday's  Socialist meeting in' any way instigated the commission of the outrage, the president of the house declared the incident-closed.  In the senate, the president, the  duke of Urzel, expressed his reprobation and indignation of the attempt on the life of the prince of  Wales. He said:;, "I give thanks  to Heaven that the heir to the British throne has escaped the bullets  of an irresponsible boy." The ic-  marks of the president were greeted  with applause. Tile premier, M. De  Smeldenayer, endorsed this speech  and thanked Providence that the  prince escaped "the criminal attempt of a hair-brained boy."  NELSON LOCAL NEWS.  EXAMINATION   OF   SIPIOO  Steyn Lies and Prays.  ��� Pretoria, April 5,���After paying a tribute to the memory of general Joubert. president Steyn said  that the British were violating the  flag of truce and red cross, and that  bo had been compelled to report  tho matter to the neutral powers.  The president said that the attempt  to create dissensions among the  burghers by issuing proclamations  had failed. After saying that the  government had raised a temporary loan with the Transvaal, president Steyn concluded with a prayer  that the Free State be preserved  from being forced to give up its  deal ly loved independence.  Irish Guards Formed.  London, April 5���7.50 p. m.���The  army orders today contain the following: "The queen, having deemed  it desirable to commemorate the  bravery shown by tho Irish regiments in the recent operations in  South Africa, has been graciously  pleased to command that an Irish  regiment of Foot Guards, be formed  under the designation of the Irish  Guards."  Trap Shooting.  Interstate Park, Long Island,  April 5. ��� H. D. Bates of St, Thomas,  Ontario, won the trophy of the  Grand American Trap Shooting  handicap today.  New Railway Legislation.  Ottawa, 'April 5.���[Special ,to  The-Tribime.]���Blair introduced a  bill today to amend tho Railway  Act. The first clause exempts  street and electric raihvays from  the operation of the Railway Act.  Another clause is to prevent railways from exploiting townsites of  their own and sidetracking other  tqwns._ Anoth_er_claii_se_ih_to_secure  uniformity of rules. Provincial  roads which fail to be operated,  can be sold by the province under  certain conditions. Fitzpatrick introduced a bill to amend the franchise bill of 1898 and dealing with  certain matters affecting elections.  One thing is the introduction of new  ballot forms.  Charged with Wife Murder.  Montreal, April 5.~ Ovila Bour-  assa is locked in No. 3 police station  on suspicion of the murder of his  wife. Bourassa told his sister, who  lives next door at noon today, that  hit- wife was dead. She summoned  a doctor and ho at ouco saw that  the woman had been strangled to  death. The marks of the sTangier's fingers were still visible on the  woman's neck. Bourassa was an  inmate of the St. Jean de Dieu hospital for insane about four, years  ago for ��� three months. He was  then discharged as cured, but lately he has been drinking heavily.  Sipido's Crime Disclaimed.  Paris, April 3.���PresidentLoubet  today sent an officer of his house to  the British ambassador, sir Edmund  J. Moiison, to express his keen indignation at the attempt on tho  life of the prince of'Wales, and to  ask the ambassador to transmit to  the prince the president's congratulations on the happy escape of his  royal highness. The French papers  declare that Englishmen must not  hold "Europe's feeling of indignation against Britain's policy in  South Africa responsible for the  cowardly act of a demented anarchist."  William P. Kenibbs, United  States consular agent, has an interesting document on the Avail of his  oflice. It is the original draft of  casualties in his cbmpany of the  Seventh" United States regulais,  made by the first sergeant of the  compauy on the battlefield of El  Cxney just after the action. Mr.  Kenibbs' name is insctibed among'  the list of killed, but a correction is  made describing -him-"- as" Avounded.  At the moment when the list Avas  made up Mr. Kenibbs was in the  hands of the Red .Cross corps, suffering from seven bullet wound3.  The Beatrice mine is shut down  until tho snoAv goes off sufficiently  to allow supplies to be packed into  the camp, which Avill probably be  in June. The trail is now impassable, and the camp ran out of pip-  visions.  The employees of the Columbia Sc  Kootenay steamers have contributed $170 to the Canadian Patriotic Fund as a result of the appeal  to grant a half day's pay per man  to the fund.  Since he left Nolson for England  last January, Ernest Mansfield has  been instrumental in the investment of no less than $35,000 in cash  in this country, exelush'e of the  sums paid out for the A\ages of the  men he employs. This country  -wants more Man&ficlds.   Elias Rogers of Toronto, managing director of the Crow's Nost  Pass Coal Company, Avas at the  Hotel Phair yesterday, having come  in from Spokane where he consulted  general manager Hill of the Great  Northern in regard to transportation for Ciow's Nost coal into Washington. Mr. Rogers* said he was in  Nelson on routine business only.  When the C. P. R. yards Avere rearranged his company would jjro-  vide .such facilities for storing coal  at their sidetrack that there would  be no chance of a coal famine in  Nelson.  The B, C, company which is being  raised to help garrison Esquimalt  Avill be given the marine hospital  on the Indian reserve for barracks.  The new barracks aro said to be  suitable in every way and are handy  to Esquimalt.  The steamer Red Star, OAvned by  Gus Carlson of Kaslo, has been  purchased by the Ontaiio Powder  Company and Aviil be used by them  for the carrying trade on the lake.  She will be commanded by captain  Campbell' now running on tile  Angerona. Chatles Beecher, la to  mate of the Alberta, Avill take oa'ci-  the command of the Angerona. Tlio  changes take ell'ect foday.  A Timely ElufF.  London, April 0.���Aceordiug to  the Daily Mail, Mr, Jenkins of  Philadelphia, one of the Daily  Mail's di.spatch riders in South  Africa, Avas taken prisoner on Sunday by a Boor picket, but ho frightened the Boers into releasing him  by telling them they |were .surrounded by the British,  Sees His Father.  Brussels,   April   5. ��� Late this  afternoon tlio examining magistrate  decided to confront Sipido Avith his  father and a touching scene ensued,  but Sipido paid no attention to his  father's   appeals,   maintaining  his  previous declarations.     It appears  that Sipido sent the following letter  to his father excusing  his  absence  on the ground that he had obtained  a situation at the Maison du Peuple :  "To  citizen Jean  Baptiste Sipido,  Saint Gilles, Brussels. Citizen���The  position of assistant cashier is Araeant  at the Maison  du Peuple.     There  are no further explanations to  be  given you on  the subject.    Be at  the Maison du Peuple,  room 19, tomorrow, Wednesday, betAveen 1:30  aud 2 in the afternoon."  The document is purported to be  signed by three names "Van Daert,  Vanloo and Defuet." Sipido declared today he did not know anything of the latter, but had met  him at meetings in the Maison du  Peuple. The police are continuing  the investigation iuto the affair.  The police have made a thorough  search of Sipido's home, but nothing new has beeu discovered. ' They  haA'e failed to associate him Avitli  any any anarchist association.  They belieA'e, however, that he had  an accomplice, Avho sent the bogus  letter to Sipido's father. They decline to give the name of the suspect uutil he has been arrested.  Brussels, April 5.���Jean Baptiste Sipido, the Belgian youth Avho  attempted the life of the prince of  Wales yesterday, AA'as not submitted  to any further examination today.  His attitude is dejected and he appears very tired, having had little  sleep. lie continues not to express  regret at his crime, but has repeatedly requested permission to see his  mother. No -intervieAV between  them, however, Avill be alloAved for  soihe days.  Brussels, April 5.���One of Sipido's accomplices has been arrested  and interrogated by the commissary  of-police. Sipido seems inclined to  make" a confession, and, judging  from his latest statement, the outrage Avas the outcome' of a plot.  The names of three of hisassoeiates  are now known to thepolice.  SHOT TIME IN THE VANCOUVER LIBERAL CONVENTION1  Martin's Chairman is Turned Down.  B Vancouver, April 5���[Special u> The Tribune].���The provincial  H Liberal convention adjourned this evening until 9 o'clock tomorrow  jj morning without transacting any business. The afternoon session  s lasted an hour and was the hottest political meeting ever held in  g Vancouver. Ex-attorney-general Henderson moved that Fred Peters  be temporary chairman, and Martin opposed the appointment of a  chairman at all until the committee had passed 'on the credentials.  Alderman McQueen, president of the Vancouver Association, then  laid doAvn the rules which had been formed by the Vancouver Asso-  M  jj ciation for the conduct of the convention's business.    The different  | delegations were to meet iu different place0 around town to elect the  9 members of the credentials committee, and tbe committee thus formed ;  jj AA'ould meet before the evening session, so that then everything  9 would be in shape for business.  |j E.  P.  Davis, Avho is Martin's  strongest opponent, objected to  Vancouver dictating to a convention representing the province,  Avhich provoked an attack from Martin on the "eminently fitting  remarks of the solicitor of the Canadian Pacific railway." Martin  was groaned at, aud could not proceed, until several minutes later  Davis asked for a hearing on his behalf. Finally, after a season  during AA'hich the lips of the standing delegates could be seen moving  but not a word of Avhat they said could be heard, Peters Avas elected  chairman Avith a majority over alderman McQueen.  On Martin's motion the meeting adjourned to hear the report of  the credentials committeee. Tonight the committee announced its  labors would'not be concluded until midnight. Difficulty has arisen  Avith two delegations being present from Esquimalt, one for and one  against Martin, and too many from Cariboo and Cassiar. It is said  that forty-six delegates are threatened Avith being turned out.  TTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTT,   [XXXXZ]  Canadian Patriotic Tand.  To the Editor of The Tribune.  Dear Sir: Why does the local  Canadian Patiiotic Fund, remain  stationary? The banks heie have  opened .subset iption lists, and  everyone has the opportunity of  adding his little quota. The fund  is a very deserving one and should  be Avell supported. During the  short time I have been in Nelson  A-cry little has been dono to" help  the fund along. 1 am glad to see  through today's Tribune that Mr  Whalley and others are getting up  an entertaiument in aid of this  fund, i sincerely trust that all  -those avIio are at all patriotic AVtll  take this opportunity to assist, by  influence and otherAvise, in making  this entertainment the success it  certainly deserves. Yours truly  A SuitSC'RlliER.  Nelson, April 51ft.  Censor Seems Active.  London, April ().���5 am.���The  Avar office issued no news yesterday  and little wan allowed to come  through from the eorrespondejits  at Bloeiiifontcin. According to the  Standard's representative there is  no sign that tho Boers intend taking the offensive, and general Clements is disposing of his forces so  as to guard against any surprise  attack, which, although improbable,  is evidently not regarded as impossible, judging from the preparations of lord Roberts.  in the visitor's book, including those  of the ambassadors of almost all  the countries of the AA'orld, as Avell  as the leading representatives of the  bench, bar, pulpit and parliament.  It is a striking testimony to the  Avidespread popularity of the prince  of AVales. Many of the foreign envoys also paid personal visits to the  foreign office, although lord Salisbury is rarely present there on  .Thursday and AA'as not there today.  Aside from visitors, telegrams from  numerous points deluged the officials of Marlborough house. The  most important AA'ere immediately  forwarded to the prince at Copenhagen. Not since the accident to  his'knee has there been such a manifestation of world-Avide sympathy.  Prince Congratulated.  London, April 5. -Congratulations upon the escape .of the prince  of Wales from the attack of the  Avould-be assaosiu Sipido at Brussels, continue to arrive in great  numbers at Marlborough House  from all quarters of the globe. All  the chiefs of crowned heads and  chiefs of staffs have Avired expressions of sympathy. Tho papers  are full of comments, and the foreign press is unanimously voicing  the profound indignation of the  British at the mudnoas of such an  act.  New Zealand Pleased With Irish.  Duulin, April 5,���The following  cable AA'as received today by a prominent citizen of Dublin from Richard  J. Seddon, premier of Now Zealand :  "New Zealanders, especially Irishmen here, are delighted at the  splendid reception given to our  good sovereign." The Independent,  commenting upon the suggestion of  the London Daily Mail that tiie  time is ripe for the goverment to  seek to "make Irish sentiment  a great bulwark of the empire,"  says "past experience would lead us  to expect that nothing particularly advantageous to the Irish Avill  result from the visit of her majesty,  but this Impenalistic_organJs right  in indicating that British statesmen have an opportunity to make  Irish sentiment a bulwark of the  empire. It is an opportunity they  have always had, but thoy have  never had the political .sagacity to  realize it."    Safe in Denmark.  Copenhagen, April ' 5. ��� Tho  piiuce and princess of Wales arrived hero this evening and wore  met at the raihvay station by king  Christian of Denmark, and the entire royal family. As tho train,  drew up at the platform the king  advanced to tho royal saloon carriage, and, entering it alone, was*  the first to greet its occupants.  Soon after the prince and princess  of Wales,' both, apparently remarkably well, alighted on the  platform. Tho prince smiled cheerfully and, excliangingeordial greetings Avith the other members of the  family, conversed for a feAv minutes Avith the chief dignitaries assembled.  Queen in Dublin.  Dt'HLiN. April 3.���Queen Victoria  went out for a drive in Phoenix  Park during the afternoon as  quietly as sho Avould have done in  London. Sho bowed in return for  the frequent salutations. Her  majesty did not enter the city  streets and returned to the viceregal lodge for dinner.  Sympathy with the Prince.  London, April  3.    All day long  the stream of equipages calling at  Marlborough      House     continued.     ���. ���    More than 500 uames Avere written | defendant "not guilty."  Olga Nethersole.  New York, April 3. fn the ti ial  of Miss Olga Nether&ole for the  production of Sappho, the jury  reached a verdict and deflated the  A LARCE NELSON INOUSTRV  Floated in London.  No man, probably, Avho has come  into Nelson recently  has  beeu  the  direct cause of  tho  investment of  so much foreign capital in Nelson "  and the Slocan as Ernest Mansfield,  nor have his activities been confined  to the mineral industry alone. When a  he left for England iu January las�� .  he took with him,an option o;itheo  West Kootenay Brick & Lime Com-"  pany, Avhich is now taken up.  While in London Mr. Mansfield  has succeeded in organizing a powerful company with a large capital  AA'hich Avill operate in this country,  including in its scope enterprises of  various'kinds, commercial as well as  mining. One of the investments  made is tho purchase of the assets  of .the West Kootenay Brick <fc  Lime Company for $2^,300, the first  payment of AA'hich, amounting to  $10,000, has already been paid to  the company through Mr.', Mansfield's solicitors here.  W. H, Dowsing,  of the  firm  of  Procter & Dowsing, ha9J been appointed  temporary   manager - and  for the present the company Avill  continue production along its  present  lines,     ^ln  about six  Aveeks'  time,  hoAA'ever, Mr.  Mansfield  will  be back in this country, Avhen  it is  the  intention  to   jnake_ extensive  "enlargements   and    improvements.  Tho latest machinery will  be pro-  A'ided for the   company's   marble  quarries and brickyards, and  production on a very much enhanced  scale Avill be  the  result.    It  is  intended to make tho  company  the  biggest thing of its kind iu the province,   and   its  products    Avill   be  pushed  into markets   Avhere  they  are at present unknown.    Brick of  every variety and    of   the  finest  quality Avill be turned out iu  largo  quantities-, and  a  .specialty will be  made of building stone and marble.  The latter  will not only be supplied  in blocks  for building purposes, but Avill also bo prepared for  ornamental uses of all   kinds,     It  takes a very handsome polish  and  is  peculiarly adapted    for  carved  rnantlepieees,    giave     monuments  and, in  fact, every  use to which  marble is- adapted.  Mrs. Langtry Turned Down.  Detroit, April 5 ���After Avitnoss-  iug Mrs. Langtry's performance of  the Degenerates given last night in  Toledo, mayor Maybury announced  today that her company Avould not  be 2)ermi(-ted to give the production  in this eity. Tho three days' engagement, which Avas to have beeu  begun tonight in the Detroit Opera  House was consequently cancelled  and the company played tonight in  Windsor, Ontario. Only a small  audience was present in the Canadian play house.  Dr. Jameson Very 111.  Gate Town, April 3.-���Dr. Jameson, the leader of the famous raid  into rhe Transvaal territory, has  arrived hero.    He is very ill. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C FRIDAY,  APRIL 6  1900  Our Millinery Opening  wm continue TODAY   and  SATURDAY  and you are cordially invited to attend.  Millinery will include the   latest  fashions   in   French, English and  American Headwear.  Fancy Dress Goods, Black   and   Colored   Silks, Blouse Silks, Kid  Gloves, and Novelties will be on display.  Everything showing will   be the very  newest and most up-to-date  goocfs ever shown in Nelson.  MADDEN BLOCK,  BAKER STREET.  KERR & CO.  RTAINS!   CURTAINS!  The curtain department of the store is one to  which we have given particular attention. Our buying was done before the advance in prices took effect,  "so you can expect some very special values. We  would like to have you inspect our stock while it is  complete.  Nottingham Lace Curtains 50c, 75c, $1, $1.50,  $2, $2.25, $2.50, $3, $3.50, $4, $5, $6, $7.50, $8.50  and $10.00.  See our special at $1.25, 3 1-2 yards long and 50  inches wide, with the new lock-stitched edge.  Chenille and Tapestry Curtains at $4, $4.50, $5,  $6.50, $7.50 and $10.  Our $6.50 Tapestry in Cardinal, Blue, Green or  Terra Cotta is an extra special.  MARTIN O'REILLY&CO  HOUSTON BLOCK, BAKER STREET, NKLSON.  Compare These Prices  WITH   WHAT YOU   HAVE    BEEN    PAYING   FOR  CLOTHING  Men's Shoes from $1.75 to $4.00      Heavyweight Overalls at $1.00  Men's Colored Shirts from 75c up.  Just opened out a large assortment of Men's Hats.      All styles and shapes  Best values in Nelson in Men's Pants and Suits  BROWN   &   CO.  Small Profit Prices. 269   BAKER   STREET.  w  1$  mm  The  ,pz>.c^.tz?'cz}tcz>-��3<e3'is!-  ��� erl'fi)'  iiasaaiaai  }'��3'e3-tZ)'CZ>'pJ'  Hazlewood  Dairy . . . .  %  in mines, but the mine manager is  in the position of the pawnbroker.  He has the money, and if lie says  the miners can only have it by  working ten hours a day, the miner  must come to his terms or starve.  Principle is all right; but this is a  practical age. The law that means  what it says is the only law that is  respected. "Tom" Taylor is a dead  duck in the Revelstoke riding.  Kitchener at Cape Town.  Here is an extract from  a  letter  from Cape Town wliich reveals lord  Kitchener in a very characteristic  light: "The di (Terence sinco Roberts  and Kitchener arrived here is something stupendous.    Kitchener  toddles about, walks into  hotels, sniffs  after   young   subalterns   strutting  about in stall uniform, and  makes  himself generally 'unpleasant.'  The  other day he presented himself before one of these peacocky  gentlemen who was   lolling  about  in the  grounds  of  the  chief   hotel  here,  surrounded by a crowd  of female  admirers, and  abruptly  asked  the  young  gentleman  what  his  name  was.    The young gentleman sprang  up, stood to attention, and informed  him.    'And   what   are   you 'doing  here?'  said Kitchener.    'Haw !' replied the beaiiteous youth.    'I have  just   come   down    from    Moddah  Rivah!'       'Oh!'     said    Kitchener,  'Well, perhaps you  had better  go  back to Moddah Rivah.    The train  starts  at  9  o'clock   tonight!'  and  then he went in search of the  next  staff oflieer.    He is a holy terror to  the gilded  youth  who have come  out here to play at picnics."  British Sovereigns   in Ireland.  The visit of the queen to Ireland  may render,it of interest to know  that since the Norman conquest  only six other English sovereigns  have been in Ireland. Henry II.  went to Ireland iu 1171 and remained till the next year. John  was in Ireland iu 1210. After the  lapse of nearly two centuries another English monarch, Richard  II., visited Ireland in 1391 and again  in 1399. For nearly 300 years subsequently Ireland was unvisited  by any English king till 10SS,  when James II. ai rived in Ireland, from which he was expelled  by William III. in 1090. Then, after a lapse of 130 years, ��� royalty  came to Ireland in the person of  George IV., whose visit lasted .from  August 5th to September 3rd, 1821:  The queen has on three other occa-  ._*._*._*._*.  i ^*y4 ��� ^gy ��� "^jfcfr ��� ^p^,  ilf  ilf  SO   Baker   Street  iif  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  iti  xlf  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  ilf  &C0.  Xti  Hi  Xti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  xti  iti  iti  Hi  '<&_*'^'__'__*   ^   ^   ^���^   S'S '���^���S'   ^���S"^'^'^ 0*.00.0*.l_* .00.00.00.00.00.00 .00 .00.00.00.00.00.^^.  '0^^'000\'00'fiZ'fi*^^00'fi*':fi*/'0Z'0*-0*'0*-0*        *5~- ^-^ ^-S^. ^ -^. ^ ^- ^ ���$��-. ^"���C'. ^^ ^�����  Hi  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  .^ Will open a Nelson Branch about the 15th instant  bjk   .   when regular supplies can be obtained of  m  m  Milk, Pasteurized  Double Jersey Milk* Pasteurized  Pure Cream, Pasteurized ,  Hazlewood Butter ��  Hazlewood Buttermilk B  Double Jersey Buttermilk B  Ice Cream, Neapolitan, Individual and Plain ��  Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, Guaranteed.        B  Due notice willbs given as to where patrons canleave orders-��"  prior to the establishment of permanent offices. B  Lowe $ BHiott  m  %  Agents.  INCORPORATED 1670.  , t * ,  After looking ail over town, and  getting prices on Carpets and Linoleums, come to us. We can suit  you.  w&m  1^^  ?���<=>���(=!���  American ^xminsters, $25 io $30  Englisl] Axminsters and Wiltons, ail  sizes  English Brussels and Velvets, $9 to  $30  ��ite Stfrttnme.  It was reported la^L night that  the -Minorh' Union of Hosshuid had  voted to accept W\e mim> managers'  proposition of working by the contract system intend of ihe day as  heretofore. This goes tobhow that  tho miners of Kootonay are Avilling  to do their share to sortie existing  difficulties. If the'Rossland difficulty lias been adjusted, the only  mine manager in the whole of British Columbia who is unwilling to  treat with the men i.s J. Roderick  Robertson.   Nelson has now the following  mercantile, labor and professional  unions iu fnll swing : Doctors, printers, biidge carpenters, painter.-;,  barbers, mincr.% dentists, house car-  peut&s, railway trainmen, bricklayers, laborers, plumbeis, lawyers,  tailors, cigarmukers, stonecutters,  lice ised victuallers, merchants'  early closing association, board of  trade, railway passenger and freight  ftbtsGciation, and  women's   council.  All are trying to better their moral,  physical and financial conditions.  Now is the Time  to replace that  Shabby Awning*  Place your order with  THEO;   MADSON  Tents,  Awnings,  and  alj kinds of. Ganvas Goods  Manufactured to Order  , BAKER STREET, NELSON.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OIT  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FiSH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TfiAVES, Manager  Baker Street, Nelson  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Poutk'IAN.s will tell you that parties govern the country. The. people are beginniug to believe that  the Canadian Pacific Raihvay comes  pretty near governing Canada.  "Tom" Taylor, the candidate of  the   party-Jine    Conservatives    in  Revelstoke tiding has made a declaration on the eight-hour  law for  men working underground in mines  that places   him   on   record   as  a  straddler.    lie favors the principle  of the eight-hour law, but he does  not want to see anyone required to  Jive up to the  principle.    "Tom" is  a good deal like a pawnbroker who  believes in the principle of the law  that says that he .shall  charge one  per cent a month for money loaned  on  pledges,  but who nevertheless  manages to charge ten per cent because of tho fact that his  patrons  must have money.    The law might  say that eight hours was a  legal  day for men working underground  Smyrna, $1.25 to $4  Axirjinsteiv $1.25 to $5  Wilton, $6 to $10  In all sizes.  All carpets m.ulc find laid in n workmanlike  maimer, free of -Omi^e.  sions paid short visits to Ireland,  from August Oth till-August 10th,  1S-10; _from_August_ 20th tiJl_Sei>  tember 3rd, 1850;' and from August  2Ufc till August 20th, 1801. The  queen, with the solo exception of  Richard IL, who was iu Ireland  twice, is the only English monarch  who has paid more than one visit  to that country.  - Boers for St, Helena,  London, April 5.���In the house  of commons today, George Wyndham, parliamentary secretary for  the war office, replying, to a question relative to the Boer prisoners  at Himonstown, said the deaths  ashore far exceeded the deaths on  board ship. Ho added that 2000  additional Boor prisoneis would be  dispatched to tffc. Helena forthwith.  TELEPHONE 13  W. Starmer Srr|ith & Co,  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  oaico Ward Street Oppo-iilo Opera Honpo  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B. 0.  Coffco roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Olfor fresh roasted coffee of bOBti quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Madia, per pound ?  iO  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds ���  1 00  Kino Santos, I pounda  1 00  San Lob Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, G pounds.  I 00  Our Rio Roast, S pounds  1 00  A trial order solicited.  Salesroom 2 doors eaefc  of Oddfellows block, West Baker street*  FOR   SALE.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  w.  9  9  11  7  Block 1  Block 5  Block 6  Block 7'  Cash Offer  Fop  Four  Garden  Seecls7  Canada Drug & Book Go.  Weare ready for your gardening. Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lawn Grass and White Clover..  Prices same as Eastern Catalogues ->  anada Drug & Book Co.  NELSON  .A..   JKJIESrST.Ei-A.ID-  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,-Doorsr  Windows and Glass,  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  The Nelson  Saw and Planin  Ollice and Mills corner Hall nnd Front StrrcK Nelson  ���-  ADDRESS  F. Teetzel, Kelson.  SEALED TENDEBS  will i;c received by Uic undersigned up till Api il  l.'iili for driving 1U00 feet of tunnel u ith air drills  :it tlio Yellowstone mine. Specifications arid  IJ.Mticuliirs can be obtained nt the mine, near  Salmo.  IHE YELLOWSTONE MIXES, LIMITED,  S.ilmo, li. C3.  M.irch 31st, 1000.  Notice of Application for License,  1 liei ttby tfi\ e notice lb.it, I intend lo apply (o  tli*' llo.iid of licensing (Jomniissioiieis of Hie  Cilj of Nelson lit it-s next meeting for an hotel  liconwi for the pi onuses nituntn Upon lot 24, block  ISA (northeast cornor of Voruon and Hall btrccts)  iii Uie city of Nelson. li. K. LEMON.  Contracting Painters, IJccoiators, Pnperhangcrs..  Vull line of wall paper, mouldings, etc Kalso-  miiuiig nnd Tinting. Htiietly Ih-st-clttvJ work*  Ksliiiiates furnished.  Residence Mill Street,  Opposite School House  NELSON, B. C.  ?  GREAT REDUCTION  $9.65  DELIVERED  Hard Coal  Anthiacite  Crow's Nest      <gg Ig  TOLKrnoNF.  33  G. W, West & Oo.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The best value for the money in the znaiket;  for nil purposes.  TEitMS cash      VV. P. Tikiinky, General Agent J  Telephone 111.   Office with C. IX J. Christie.    1  Headquarters for Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  a^^SaTp^P^^^    b. P. BITHET & GO., Ltd., Victoria  W. P. DIOKSON  B. H. H. AFFIiHWHAlTJH  J. McPHHH  Kootenay Electric Supply & I  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Ooraploto Electric BqxUpirtemts for Klaotrio Power Transmission and Lighting for  Mines, Towns .Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 606.  Josephine Street, Nelson. B. O.  Fred J��� Squire, ierchant Tailor ,  FULL ONES OF WINTER AND SPRING SUITINGS ^  WEST BAKER STREET^ NELSON OPPOSITE SILVER KING HOTEI THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B.C., FRIDAY, APRIL 6, 1900  BANK OP MONTREAL  v    .   CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  "--BEST     6.000,000  Lord StraUicona and Mount Royal ...Presidcn  Hon. George A. Drununoml Vicu-Pi-esidon  8. Clouslon Goucral Manage  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor anil Kootenay Streets.  Pranchcs in London* (England) Nkw YoitK,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  (���rant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  nvailablo in any part of tho world.  Unifts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  of Jill his .struggles- When 1 lot  him rise he stared in astonishment  at my figure���I am only 3 foot 0  inches, and ho was over (i feet,"  Trooper Harry Field, of the 2nd  Life Guards, with general French/  jn a letter to his father describes  Jiovv lie had to rido for his life while  scouting. He says i "Nothing  worthy of note occurred until I  had got on about two miles, when I  rod  .le boldly into a circle of kopjes.  There were about 250 or 800 Boors  on tlio.se hills, and tiiey were so  nicely hidden that not a sign of life  could I &ce. Glancing up at the  .side of a hill on my lefc J discovered  jv fellow with his tfun up ready for  re bang nt me. Well, you bet I did  a scoot as soon as I could get my  'j)ibe turned, bnt 1 didn't turn  <juiLe quickly enough, for I stopped  a bullet, and tho Boor hadn't tho  Saving's Bank Branch  CUHItKJCT KATK OH" INTICUHST 1M1D.  the"halTm[nes meeting  Canadians May Get In.  The JIall Mines. Limited, it. being  reconstructed and there is a probability of a largo interest being acquired by Canadian capitalists.  The first steps were taken at a general meeting of the shareholders  '/ held in London March Kith. Here  | Ms a report of the meeting from the  London Financial News:  "A special general meeting of the  Hall Minos, Limited, A\*as held yesterday at Winchcrfter House, Old  Hi'oad street, E. C. Sir Joseph  Trutch presided and stated that the  meeting had been called at the request of a committee of the shareholders, to appoint a now board.  He added that since the circular  convening the meeting had been  sent to the shareholders a proposal  had been laid before tho board froin  responsible gentlemen in Canada  offering to assist in the reconstruction of the company on terms Avhich  the directors considered of a very  favorable character.  "Frederick Walker (chairman of  the shareholders' committee) then  moved: 'That the present board  bo asked to retire and to co-opt the  following gentlemen in tlieir place:  S. Boulnois, Chailes Harvey, D. II.  Gibband Robert Ward." He explained that tho committee were  influenced by one motive, which  was to do the best they could for  the shareholder?, and they had  been met by the utmost frankness  ami courtesy by the directors. The  oomniitteo was appointed tu confer  -with the boaid, and if thought advisable to prepare a scheme of reconstruction to place before the  shareholder^. The new board it was  Xjroposed to appoint were not to^bo  regarded as "permanent directors,  but they had come forward to promote a rcconstmeUon scheme. The  committee wore gioatly encouraged  in their task when the directors  "communicated to them that they  had received a proposal from" certain gentlemen wiio were coming  over here to ascertain on what  terms they could acquire the company's assets. Such a proposal he  regarded as very encouraging. The  committee did not think the best  hud been matte of the property,  and they believed that under now  management and -better auspices  . there would bo a future i'or the  JJ shareholders of the company.  "John Patten seconded the motion, which A\as carried unanimously. Votes of thanks were  then given to the committee and  djrectors, and _tlm_]jroceedJngs:_ter^  initiated."          STB0IBS   OF_'JHE   WAB.  Corporal L. Lomae, of the 01st  Howitzer Battery, iu'a letter to his  parents says: "I captured a Boer  spy the other day while out recou-  noitoring. I got separated from  the others, and as I was riding  Hhrough a drift I, came on him  suddenly, petting on his horse with  his glasses on our camp. J charged  at him at once, and before he could  get his riilo out I got him by the  back of tho neck,'and tore him out  'of hid saddle. lie fell flatoi^ his  stomach, and before he could rise J  was out of the saddle and on top of  him. He was a huge follow, but he  was of no use in my hands. I got  my picket rope from the saddleand-  tied his hands behind him in  spite  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, If. W. T.  civility to shout "well stopped."  "But that bullet didn't stop me,"  adds Field, "for although it hit me  in the arm, went under the shoulder blade and out in the centre of  my back, it did not touch a bone.  I gavG-a shout to my gee-gee, and  uway I came as hard as he could  travel. But I didn't come alone,  for those Boers sent enough bullets  after me to make a jolly big cistern,  but    they    can't    shoot   if  if     they    get    excited   My dear old horse I shall  never forget, for he acted grandly.  lie fairly flew over stones as big as  himself and without a stumble or a  false step. He did his utmost to  get away, and by God's blessing he  did, without a single shot touching  him."  Signaller Bennett of the 12th  Lancers, writiug to his parents at  Hoddesdon, says that after the battle of Magersfontein he found the  body of a major of the Coldstream  Guards, who had been missing after  30 hours' fighting. In the major's  hands was clenched a photo of a  beautiful lady Avell known iu society, to whom, the troop officer  said, he was engaged to be married.  Mrs. R. Page of High Wycombe,  Bucks-, received a lotter from her  husband, private Page, of tho 1st  Oxfoidshire Light Infantry. Writing from Modder River, he said :  "As we are likely to go iuto action  every day there is no telling which  letter Avill bo the last, as it is a sure  thing some of us most go, but11  hope and trust it will not be my  lot. The Boers have got some good  trenches, aud every one has barbed  Avire in front of it. If avc were in  those trenches we should want some  shifting." The same morning that  Mrs. Page received this letter she  Avas also the recipient of an official  communication from the Avar oflice  informing her that her husband  had been killed in action.  Describing the hardships of a  forced march private Neliganof the  5th Lancashire Regiment, states  that at the end of four days'marching, whilst he was,employed making a fire, an officer came up and  offeied him Is. for a piece of 'chip.  Xeljgan adds, "I laughed at him  and told him I did 'not mind giving  him a piece, as we wdro to help  each other. He thanked me and  went off to make his breakfast. Another; officer, captain , "Upporton,  asked me for a match, and Avhen I  gave him a box with about a dozen  in il, he insisted on mo accepting  sixpence for them. One of tho men  found a crust of bread on the veldt,-  and Avhen ho' brought it in you  should ha\*c seen the troops gaze at~  it as though it were a curiosity iu a  museum."  Sergeant Bert Gould, of Brabant's Horse, writing to his mother  in Newport from Dordrecht, says:  "The photo I sent you includes the  occupants of our tent.' The reason  of my scarcity of uniform is that  it happened to be iny day to cook,.  Avhich accounts for the unpleasant  expression on some of the fellows'  .faces. _By_the AA'ay, you might send-  jne a receipt for a good plum pudding. I made what I thought to be  a A*ery excellent one on that particular day, and whether it was  that J omitted to put in the flour or  the suet I am not quite sure, bub  anyhoAV the fellows havo not spoken to me since, except that they  have christened 'me 'Lyddite.' I  would have sent you a sample wore  it not that freights lire rather high  and payday rather far off."  A Field Artillery reservist, writing to his wife at Barton, England,  says that at Spion Kop the battle  was so terrible that he thought he  should not come out alive, Ha was  only 100 yards away from general  Woodgate when he was wounded,  and he adds : "It was nearly a case  with sir Charles Warren. This  sheet of paper and a stamp cost mo  Od. It is all a lot a bosh saying we  get this or that. It might be they  are sent on���nothing gets here,  neither tobacco nor cigarettes. " I  have given Is, for a chew of  tobacco, and my mate gave 2s. Od.  for three cigarettes. T witnessed a  splendid bayonet charge but it Avas  a ghastly .side. There were Avomen  and boys of 1.1, and I never Avant to  witness the like again."  Trooper A. II. Jones, of the Cape  Mounted Rifles, and attached to  captain Montmorency's scouts,  avi i ting to his brother, at Cart I iff,  relates a lucky escape that he had.  He says: "Three follows ancl myself  Avero scouting about three miles  from the main body, AA'hen we came  upon a party of the enemy in ambush on a kopje. They fired a volley point blank at us at a distance  of about -100 yards,   The sensation  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD   OVV1CE, TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  I). It. AVilkie, General Manager.  E. Hay. Inspecter.  Nelson Uranch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, llananer.  of being suddenly fired upon is indescribable. You hardly know  whether to halt or retreat, and  considering that we were subjected  to a cross lire from three different  points, and withering at that, Ave  thought it best to retire at the  quickest rate possible.    Wo aro at-  .^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^���^a>-^*g.*^-^-g.,s!.*g-'af,g,!S.I,flL,g,-_  ^.-r'-0-0-0'-0-0%**-0-0-0-&>-&-0^'.^'-~-f��!'-'^'- <^-sT'^ ��� >^ ��������>*,�������.��� Nv^:  "    TOWN ffi  OF /f\  m  %  m  m  m  Wholesale  Houses     o  NELSON  B.C.  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  and Cedar stieots, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesalodealers in Derated waters and  fruit syrups. Solo agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telophono GO.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Bakor'and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in aswyers supplios. Agents ^for Donvor  Firo Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.-Corner Baker and Hall streets. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kooto  nay Belle" brands of cigars.  COAL.  OROW'S NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.���  AVholcsale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St. Barbe, Agent. Baker street. Nelson.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  m  m  B  m  of the Nelson-Balfour section of  the Crow.'s Nest Pass Railway.  jL 20 Miles east of the City of Nelson, and Terminus fa  m  This tOAvnsite is held jointly by the Canadian  Pacific Railway  .'.  Company'and T. G. Procter. (f?  Apply to FRANK FLETCHER, Land Agent C. P. R., Nelson. T\  or to T. G. PROCTER, BaKer Street, Jlelson. /Jj  Business and Residential Lots ranging  from $75- to $150 each.  Terms: One-third cash;  balance 6 and 12  at prices  months.  %\'^.0.0.l0.0.0.*-0.0-*'0.0.0'-��S-'!a<,-^-2S,-^'^-'~��-^-2A-S.-^'*��->!:S)'  ^^.^.^'^.^.t^.^.^.^.tr.^^.^^S^f^^^S^s^S^^^^S^^'f  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker street,  ���   wholesale    dealers   in   liquors.  Nelson,  cigars,  cement, Are brick and flro clay, water pipe ana  steel rails, and genoral commission merchants.  FLOUR AND FEED.  ���DRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street. Nelson, wholesale deal-  ain.  est  ers in flour, oatmeal,_etc., and hayand grain,  !P.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New  minstor.   FRESH.AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS Sci 00?���Bakor   streot,   Nelson,  wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.   GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Cornor Vernon and  ��� Josephine sticets, 'wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  niackinaws and miners' sundries.   KOOTENAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grocers. ^^^  fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-  "    son, wholesalo groccis.  ���Front streot, Nel-  JY. GRIFFIN  &  CO.-Corner Vornon and  ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers  in provisions, cured moats, butter and eggs.  FR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesalo dealers,in provisions, produce fand  fruits. Cold Btorage. Agents 'Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES..  H BYERS & CO.���Corner BakerandJo&ephine  ��� streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agcntifor Giant  Powder Co.  AUCTION SALE  Household  Furniture  Instructions have been received  by the undersigned from Robert  Shiell to sell the^whole of his household furniture and effects by auction, on  Friday, April 6th  at 2 p. m. sharp.  In addition to the furniture that  usually is found in a complete house  there will be offered a very complete  taxidermist's collection as well as  an assortment of house plants.  The goods may bo seen at the  residence of Mr. Shiell, Mines road,  on the morning of the sale.  Terms: Cash.  C. A. Waterman & Co.  AUCTIONEERS  AUCTION SALE  Household  Effects  Mr. Harry Harris, who is leaving  for Colorado, has instructed the undersigned to sell the whole of his  household furniture and effects by  auction on  Saturday, April 7th  at 2 p. m. sharp.  In addition to several very desirable articles of furniture there  will be offered a Ileintzman piano  and a valuable  combination  desk.  The goods may be inspected on  the morning of sale at the residence  of Mr. Harris, corner of Observatory  and Ward streets.  Terms: Cash.  C. A. Waterman & Co.  AUCTIONEERS  LAWRENCE HARDWARE (COMPANY���  Baker'St., Nelson, wholesale dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, aud water and  plumbers' supplies.   VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED���llaker streot. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies, pluni-  bers and tinsmith's' supplies,   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER; BEETON & CO.���Corner Vernon  and Josephino streets, Nelson, wholesalo  dcalors in liquors, cigais and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Calgary Brow ing Co. of Calgary.   '      PAINTS   AND   OILS.  NELSON HARDWARE COMPANY���Baker  Street���Wholesalo dealers in paints, oils,  and brnskes of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootenay.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street Nelson, manufact urors of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesalo dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.   SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and'nholosale dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order.    TENTS-AND" AWNINGS!  ���JVTICLSON TENT AND AWNING FACTOR Y-  -1-'    Baker sticet, Nelson.   JMunufacluicisof nil  and   canvas  goods.  kinds  of   tents,  P. O. Box Vii.   Theo.  awnings,  Maitspn, pioprictor.  CIGARS.  COMPANY,  WINES AND  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  w TED���Cornor Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines (case and bulk)  and domestic andimpoitcd cigars.  ""       AE0HITE0TS.  THWART & CARRIK-Architoofa.  Roama 7  ���*-*   abrt H Aberdeen block, naknrsrronti. Nnlaon,  tached to captain Montmorency,  V. C, who won his cross at Omdur-  nian. He is a fine fellow, good-  looking aud very reckless. I am  afraid he will not come out of the  war alive.* He is a good man, and  tiie Boots are afraid of him." Tho  writer's prophecy as to captain  Montmorency has proved only too  true. ��� ,  FOR  SALE  Ward Bros.  Octo Aerial Tramway Cable, length  6500 feet', with buckets and fixtures complete.  Modern' Concentrator, capacity 100  tons, makers Fraser & Chalmers.  45 Ii W Dynamo; Ledgerwoocl  Hoist; one pair 10-inch and one  pair 8-inch water wheels, and  other plant.  The above plant is almost new and  in good condition.  For particulars apply to P. O. Box  172, Revelstoke, B. G,  FBMHTE3S and GONTBACTOES  ���-  FOR-SALE UNDER-COST,  ENGINEERS.        '     ,  CHARLES IWIUCEU-Mmingiiml milling cn-  ginueiv   Wosl BuKor direct, Xcliou.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES, .  NELSON LODGE. NO. 23, A, F. & A. M.  Moots aocond Wodnoaday in each month.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  KNJOHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge, No,  25, Knights of Pythias, meets in I, O. O. V,  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knights  cordially invited to attend.  R. 6. JOY. K. ot Ti. ic 3.   LEONARD SCOTT, C. C.  NELSON L. O. I/., No. 1602, meets in I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Bakor and Kootonay streets,  lBt and 3rd  Friday  of each month.   Visiting  brothom cordially invited.  R. Roiii.vso.v. W.M. W. Cr vwrown, Reo.-Seo.  ���VTELSON vERIE, Numbor 22, Fraternal Order  ���*����� of Eagles, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday ineach month in .Fraternity Hall,  Visiting brethren welcome.  W. Gosnku., President.  Chart fs PRpqaKK. Secretary   TRADES   UNIONS.  K-ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 90, XV. V. ot  M.���Meets in inmeis' union room'., north-  cast corner Victoria and Kootenay sticets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clocL. Vibiting .members \^elcoiiie. _ _  Jamls Wilkes, geo'y.   Chas. A. McKay. Pica.  IHK reeb'ar meetings of the Carpenters' Union  are held on  Wednesday o\eniiiK of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners,' Union hall cor-  Dcr Victoria and Kootenay stieets.  It. ROMNSON  Picsident.      JAMES (JOLLIXO. Secretary.  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���Tho regit-  Ur meetings of the Nelson Ti sides and Ijibor  Counul Will beheld in the inlnci ���' union hall,  corner of Victoria and Kootonay fctioefi-, on the  flr.st and thud Thursday of eaoh mouth, at  7.30 p. m.  G.J. Tuoura, Pros.        J. II. Matheson, Sec'y.  T  11 Pack Slides  4 Saddle Horses  Government Standaid Wagons  Harness; Apaiejus, complete  with blankets, ropes, etc.; Tools,  Camp outfits; Tout".  For particulars write, stating requirements, to T. (fralianu Albert  Canyon, B. C.  Palace iV|eat f^ar^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  A feature will* be made of the poultry and  punie tiade. They will always bo on hand during thcii season.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition,  O^Ferwood  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  of Bank cf Rritish  Columbia building.  Baker Street  J. L*  PORTER, Prop.  1G!) Josephine St, between linker and Vernon.  Telephone Mil.  OUT" PRICES Ts THE  ORDER OF TI1K-DAY  _ I have just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoat ingg.repro-  '  _ a $50,000 stock to choose from mado to  your order at prices never beforo heard of iti Nt'l-  &on.  All tho latest fadb in Fancy Vesting for  And Twantto_bo in It,  Eillsar  sen ting  Fall and winter,  Ladies' tailoi li  Lowest prices.  Ladies' tailoi Ing in all its bmnches a. specialty.  UooniH I and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  SAWMILL   FOE   SALE.  The sawmill and plant I.ilelj- owned by Joseph  T. Hoherti,at Hjkcil'- Landing,'"id CoihiMhik  of a :��lhoise puvwl boiler. uikki<\ Grtllith &  Wedge lop-in? k.i.\\mill, edj,'*'!-, pl.iner, bellim,',  etc., etc., will be hold wheie ilioy novv htund.  Apply to  TAYLOIt & HANNIN'GTON, Solicitora.  Charles B. Js Christie  .   '   GENERAL BROKER  I dooi'H wot of Dominion TvKpio^ oflicc.  P. O. Box. .?-'.!.   Phones: Ollice 117, lloiibC J.">2  KOll   I1K.NT  One S Itiiom iIou.mi and one o Koom Ilou-t,  VOM .s.\l.h:    .  Thrco Lot," on ll-ikur.Mtoel.  A Ihn-k U'ni'lc. ,     '  ]ion-(jq .ttul Lot', in ,ili juili nf lhe citj.  Lo.uiMiud iiiitu,nice piomptb iillcndod to.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL- BROKER  Tlnce iIwellinK hoti-.es roi' Mlo on easy term".  One lot on fc'tunluj hLicet, opposite Hojul  Ix'U'l, for sale at a b.ng.un.  One *.evc;i*rou!!ied hoii<-e nml-tone tlirce-rooin  iioiiitC for lent.  See ANNABLE  FASHIONABLE  TAILOR  Workmanship and  quality of goods %  best obtainable  Opposito Pih w Kiiiff Iloifl, linker .street, Xelson  CLKAjVINO  am;  KKPAIItlXG  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADK UP  OLD CLOTHI'iS 31AIJS, GOOD AS SKW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.  MERCHANT TAILOR  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coaac.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IK WHAT VOU WANT IS NOT IN BTOCK  WB WILL MAKK IT FOK VOU  CALL ANDGfiT.PRICES.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  J.  Successors to  A. DEWAR & 00.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pins Lumber Always in  StocK-  AVe carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  ROOMS LIOHTKD 1JV KLECTRIOITY  ��AND HKATKD IJY STKAM  25 CENTS TO ��l  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nefson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and   first-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  Porto Rico LumberGo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  .   G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock of first-class dry material on  hand, also a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc. '  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard i  Foot of Hendryx streoti, Nelson  RATES $2 PER DAY  W|rs. E. G. Clarice, Prop.  LATE OF THE ROYAL IIOTEL, CALGARY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel -which is now being  enlarged and renovated, will be reopened  on March 1st, when it will have 10 large,  nicely furnished and well lighted rooms,  licated with hot air. Special attention  will be ghcii to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  Telephone, 91  Jo\\n Rae, Agent  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER  A Big* Schooner  OF  BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL'  Tho best glass of beer to be had in Nelson is atf  THE CLUB HOTEL  Cornor Silica and  Stanley Streets.  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSIVIITHING  AND EXPERT    \  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attendod to by a  first-ciiiHs wheelwright. j  Special attention given to all kinds of ropalr-  Ii k and custom work from outside point*.  Shop:   Hall St., between Bakor and Vemon  St. JOSEPH'SSCHOOL  NKLSON. B. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters* of St. .los;epli of Peace, it is Fituatcdat  the corner of Al ill unci Josephine hticctsm one of  the best ice-idemial portions of Nelson, and N  easily itece^iblcfrOTii all pal th of the city.  The course of bLiidyinclddua the fundamental  and higher frrunchou of Ihoiotigh English education ��� Business course���bookKeeping, steiiog-  raphy and L>pewiitmg. Science coin he���music;  vocal and instrumental,, drawing, etc. IJlam art  and needlework, elc.  For tonus and particulars apply to the Sister  Superior,  Removal  The NcKon Utisincvt College will take possession of its no,v piciui-cM, looms N��k I!  and 7 in the Victoi ia block, Josephine stieet,  on Wednesday, Apiil 4tli. fatudcnU. h-hunld  rcgit-ter citly for J be IC.islcrn term.  GENUINE  JUTE ORE SACKS  P.O.  J. T. FIFE  Box 660  & CO.  NELSON  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  A. R.  Apply O. I.. LKNNOX, Solicitor, Nelson B. C  BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box 55ft. TKLRPHONK NO. 05  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Rose-*. F.iney Evergreens  Magiiol.w, Bulb*, new crop tested seeds-, for sprinjf  ij].inrui(��. I^irsest nnd most complete htock m  western Canada. ( all and make jour selections  oi <;ei!d for catalogue. Addiess at the nurserj  trrounds aud gieenhouse.  h At. J. HENRY.  300H Westminster Road, "Vancouver. B, C  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Nolicu is herein ��ivon thai tho partnership  hcrutiifoin CMStniK between the umJi-r-ifjucd as  te.iiiisiersaml fieiKlilois under the firm name of  Tho NoKon Ti.iiisfoi (.'cmipanf has tins daj bj  mill mil ronscnt been dissolve ii.  All ilebt.s due to the said tiuit die to bu paid to  the undeisigned Jiilin T. Wil-on and Kenneth A.  1 oibe-). who ba\e ,1-Mirm.d and will pay oil all  thu liabilities of the -.iid Hi in.  Dated ut Xelson. 11. I'., this ,'tili daj or M.ikIi,  JiM). ALVIN ('   KLI/'K.  Ci. IJ. M< noitMAN.  K. A. I-OKHKS.  J. T. WIWOS,  Witness, I��. K Wilson, Wolicitoi, NcNon, 11. C.  E.'J. CURRAN, Prop.  fVJadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  Tho only hotel In Nelson that has remained  under one management since 1890.  ���' Tho bed-rooms aro well furnithod and lighted  by electricity.        ,,  Tho bar is always stocked by tho besfi dom s-  tio and imported liquors and cigars.  '     THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL   eeie, b. o."  First-class in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for transient  and resident guests, v <  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL. Proprietor,  '#$fedalfttelc  Vernon Street, Nelson.  M  ^ROYAL SEAL  AND -  KOOTENAY-BELLE  -    CIGARS  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  KKU0.V, lmnisJi coi.umhia  RriiEisfEMT&'cdh  BKKWKRS A.VD BOITI.KKS OF  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Brewery at Ne'son  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trado  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention Kivcn to family tr.ido  Tffi,5&.     FRANK A. TAfoBLYM  Nelson, U. C. MAKAQKU THE TRIBUTE:  NELSON, B.C., FRIDAY APRIL 6  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    Clothiog  Noav is tlio time to get a bargain in Clothing as wo arc  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  217 218 Baker Street  W  %r  iti  t  iti  iti  \ *  iti  ^  iti  V  1  iti  It  Hi  2_  xti  ^  iti  i"  iti  iti  Hi  I  iti  $;  iti  ��  iti  S  iti  iti  u  iti  iti  iti  fi>-��-*-^-s-^-ei'*-^-sL*^^\        ^^^^^AAS^A^^-!  fr%: &ST.'^��? ar.^-fl?. ff ��� ^���ST-'S? ���' ���0-0-0-0-0-0-0'0-0-0-0-/~_^  ESTABLISHED   IN   NELSON   IN 1890  For your  Easter  Trade  No one feature, about our line of  Spring Jewelry is of more importance than the fact that we  can give you the best made.  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  ;*i%?&  lly the best that is made, we mean the hifjbest in qualit} and the latest in if 3 le.  Yoiiiiic.ibsolutclj j>uioof both when jou buy of n��. Yon will soon bo bnjii'g}our  Sauring .toil K.v.ter,i>i csenU. If j ou havc bought fiom us befoie you can bo absolutely  lure thai jou ,11c miu'c ing the beuL bid with }0m monej. It's worth something to be  mho, bul-nc charge nothing e\tia for this siuetj. On the contiary it costs you les-j for  the surety thatgoes villi our goods limn lhe s,oiro'w thatnuy come from purchasing  elscw lici e. Pel haps j 011 do not know how popular v. e arc \\ ilh our customers, Ti j us  when j on want to make sure of quality and good treat ment.  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  Jewelry and Wateh Repairing Guaranteed.  Mail orders receive careful and prompt attention.  Wl  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  w  ��5  Great  Clearing  Sale  _���_ ���  I $12,000   Stock   of  Dry   Goods  J Selling at Wholesale Cost  $& ������  9 We have received a large consignment of  $& Underskirts which .are Exceptional Values.  j_\�� Fancy Percale Underskirts at 75c  2 Black Sateen Underskirts at $1.25 and $1,50  VP Fancy Colored   Mercerised   Sateen   Underskirt (flcun-  {$? ced) at $2.15 and $2.75  fish Fancy Colored Silk Underskirts at $3.25  a New Shirt Waists at 50 and 75c  s: Black Sateen Shirt Waists at $1  $P Fancy Colored Mercerised Sateen Shirt Waists at $1.75  See our new Sailor Hats at 40 and 60 cents  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  Oats  The Best that Money can Buy.      Take no Other.  JUniifaolnied bj fiie Jliackiiian-Ker Milling Co., Mil.  Viuona, VaiNjouviT, Westminster, J'itiiiontoM, Hos-Jrinu, Nelson.   T^e Daily Tribune Costs $5 a year fay mail  CITY LOCAL^ NEWS  Tiie sheriff's sale of half a million  shares of Nooiulay-Ciirley stock is  postponed to the 12th inst.  Two carloads of rails for the new  slip at Procter arrived at the C.P.R.  depot yesterday from Trail and  were immediately forwarded to  their destination.  John Keen, mining recorder at  Kaslo, was in the city yesterday en  route to Rossland ou business in  connection with the assessment  roll.  Elliott & Lennie made application before judge Foi in yesterday  for an order absolute against the  Bank of Montreal as garnishees  for #2050, moneys in tlieir possession belougiug to the defendants in  Thurston vs Tattersall in which  lilaintiff secured judgment for  $3000.    The order was granted.  At the meeting of the special  committee on lire department matters held after Wednesday's session  of the city council, it was decided  to recommend the purchase of  2000 feet of Paragon hose.  J. II. Bowes, on behalf of the  Hall Mines, Limited, recently made  an application for the restitution  of the $1245 found on Bowden  when lie was arrested. S. S. Taylor, Q. C, on behalf of the government claimed $7S0, the amount of  dues of different kinds owing the  government by the Hall Mines, and  an order was made directing the  restitution of the balance.  Lowe & Elliot aie about to introduce the Ilazelwood dairy products into Nelson. Their milk is at  all times absolutely free from  germs, as it is sterilized by the  Pasteur process. They will also  handle buttermilk, ice cream and  ranch eggs. As soon as premises  can be secured theyy will open an  oflice on Baker street, aud will have  a complete deliveiy system. The  products-of the Ilnzehvood dairy  have an*immense sale in Spokane  and Rossland.  Lieutenant G. C. Beer has received  a telegraphic message yesterday  from major Benson, who is in command of the militia in British Columbia. The telegram read: "Instructions mailed today. Nofurtli-*  er delay." Full particulars will be  known today, when mayor Benson's  letter arrives. Ffc is surmised that  the communication contains marching orders and that five men from  the Nelson company will leave for  Victoria on Monday.  The steamer Angerona will resume her trips up the lake today.  A new propellor was east at the  Nelson foundry to replace the screw  broken ac Balfour, and was dispatched last night, captain Campbell going along to superintend the  -fitting    No further developments have  come to light regarding the alleged  swindle perpetrated on the two  Chinamen who claimed that the  lots from which the tramway company proposed to eject them had  beeu sold to them by a white man  for $300. The Celestials havo never  turned up at tlio company's oflice  to produce tho documents they  claimed to have leceivud. The  tramway management will now  have the land surveyed and the  squatters cleared off,  Tho seat* for & P. WJialley's  vaudeville entertainment in aid of  tho Canadian patriotic fund are feel-  ling well, over 70 having been dib-  pof-cd of nliearly. The entertainment will bo given next Thursday,  tlio J2th instant/.  Mr. and Mrs. K. B. McDermid will  have the sympathy of a wide circle  of friends in the loss of their infant  son who passed away yesterday,  ,L H. Wilson left last night for  Toronto to be absent several  months.  Commodore Ooie of the C. P. R.  steamers returned yesterday from  the Boundaiy country wheie he  made an inspection of the south  branch of the Kettle river to ascertain if it was navigable from Midway to the forks. lie discovered  that the stream was deep enough  to float a stern-wheeler of very  shallow draught such as the Jllecil-  lewaot, which draws little more  than 12 inches. This is the route  over which it is proposed to trans  port the machinery for the Republic  miue.  The feast of palms will be celebrated at the church of Mary  Immaculate on Sunday. It is customary to distribute emblems of  palm as souvenirs of the occasion  and to hold special services. The  program for the day will be announced tomorrow.  Frank White, the man brought in  from Robson ou the charge of being  disorderly aboard the steamer  Minto, was arraigned before magistrate Crease yesterday and fined  $10 and costs with the option of a  month's imprisonment. Constable  Forrester conducted theprosecution.  During the month of March the  earnings of the C. P. Si. freight department in Nelson were $9800 in  excess of the earnings for the same  month in 1899.  Two cases will be tried at the  court house this morning. Mary  Good row is charged with selling  liquor at Thirteen-mile Point without a license. Henry Williams is  charged with assaulting Mrs. Good-  row. The provincial police have  charge of the matter.  ���c  Princeton, a little town over in  Yale district, has a paper. It is  named the Similkameen Star, and  will be devoted to the interests of  Princeton and the Similkameen  country. It Avill be independent  and >will be managed by J.  Anderson.  Spring is becoming well advanced  and it is about time the base ball  boys began to get things into shape  if they want a successful season.  Two meetings have been called already, but neither of them materialized. This shows a singular lack  of enthusiasm in a town that has  as good a base ball record as Nelson.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  At the Piiaih.���John Keen,  Kaslo; G. T. Pelly, Vancouver; W.  R. Angus, Toronto; W. R. Rams-  dell, Bossburg; E. Rogers, Toronto;  J. A. Browne, Spokane; H. Calla-  ghau, Spokane; E. Chailes, Rossland; E. B. Rhodes, Nelson; S. Hurley, Montreal.  At this Hume.���T.Langton, Toronto; W. Brunswick Howard, St.  Johns, N. B.; A. B. Anderson, How-  scr; C. L. McCain, Camp Mansfield;  C. Wright and Sou, Kuskouook;  W. J. McMab and wife, Robson: G.  T. Atkins, Tacoma; R. H. Alcott,  Spokane; A.-Caraeron, Yellowstone  mine: J. B. Ileatei;, Toronto; 3. W.  Williams, Bramptpn. Ont.  , At the Ghand Centkai,.--W.  Elliott, Sherbrooke, Quebec; A.  Hoyt, Kuskonook: If. Tl. McBaiu,  Revelstoke; J. C-Hanson, Rossland;  P. F.  Jacques, Ymir; Louis  Burns,  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  HARDWARE  CO.  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill, Steam and  Suction  Hose.  Crucible   Cast   Steely Wire Rope  5-16 to 1-in. irr~ 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  AgctiLs-  Trnax Oro Cars, Uiant Powder, ami Metropolitan Fuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  St. Paul, Minn.; Andrew Gollin,  Sandon; SI. J. Powell, Spokane.  At the Maoden.���Charles Hamilton, D. A. Grant, John A. Cooke,  Greenwood.  At the Tremont.���Gowen ��� McAllister, Beachburg, Ontario; Ed.  Whitney, Jack Russell, W. Hewett,  John Kelly, J. H. Thompson, Tom  Conners, J. Hunt, City.  At the Queen's.���J. Crawford,  A. S. Macdonald, Slocan City; J. J.  Hill, City; J. C. Chapman, Greenwood; W. Van Arsdalen, Fort  Steele.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Wanted���A young lady, graduate  of tlio Fedcinl Business College, Ottiuia, desnes  a position as stenographer, education good. Address Minnie Giant, Gladstone. It. C  Mrs. Enfield will  open  millinery  ���md dicssni.ikiiiKpailoi>, m thcllall block, Maker  hticet. on Tliuisilay, Apul l-'th. Ladies requiring an} thing in the line of niillineiy or drones  should v ait and inspect my stock.  The ladies of the city have received cauls from Mrs. K. McLaughlin announcing her spi ing millinery opening Thurid.i}, Kn-  d,i\ and Satmday to inspect llio now stjlcsin  milliner} and all novelties of the w elcoiuo season  spring.  T. H. Roberts is the manager of  the Nelson Bazaar, Malone & Trcgillns block,  east of the Tremont hotel.  Spot cash paid for second-hand  goods of all kinds at the Nelson Ba/aai, Malono  fc Tregillus block.  Niekerson���Watchmaker, Baker  street, opposite Queen's hotel. Tuenlj-lho ycais  experience.  The  household  effects of Mrs. J.  11. Mason and Mi. A. XV. Peck for sale at the  waieroomsof the Nelson Jta/aur, Maloiio &Tic  gillus block. Call and inspect, as the} must be  sold before April 15th.  Houses furnished with new and  second-hand fuinitnic, or mi\cd newnndspcond-  hand ftiimtuie, on the installmoct plan, b} the  Nelson 13a/aar, Malone Ac Ticgillus block.  When your   watch   don't   keep  time, see Niekerson, Baker street. Sati&facloiy  woik or no ch.uges.  At the Nel-on Bazaar, Malone &  Tregillus block, can be found a job lot of gianite  \\ aio at prices lower than an} "Cheap John"stoic  in the e.i^t.  Go to the Nelson Bazaar, Malone  & Ticgillus block, for new and'second-hand fuiintuio.       ^ v  Hack   calls   left at the Bodega  Saloon.   Telephone 171.  Man going to Cape Nome has con-  signod all liu household furmtuie to Nickciion.  Bakor street, opposite Queen's ho1 el. Call nnd  hiue n look, nlankels. sheets, table cloths pi I  lows, and ever} thing }ou want. Goods must be  sold a1 once,  Railroad Supplies  ���   ���   ���   ���  Get our prices on  Wheelbarrows, Picks, Shovels, Camp Outfits, Drill Steel ft  Iron and Steel, Drill Hammers, Sledge Hammers  Axes, Saws, and Bellows  We Offer the Best Values in Kootenay.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  '���g.-ri  m  ~3^~&-&'  mt  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Arrived   and   opened  the finest shipment of  T  that Nelson  has ever had in the market  Owl Chop No. 30, Pure Ceylon Tea  Ram Lai's well known famous Indian Tea  Direct from the Gardens.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  Telephone 10  ^  ���g'^'^'S'S'S'S'S'S'S'S'S  >��VW' *'0- 0'0- 0-0-0- 0-0-0  185 Baker Street  Ml  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  ifi  >*/  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.   Ask for a sample.  All the Latest Designs  in  M  Wall  Paper  W  We have just received a consignment of Wall  Papers which gives us the largest  stock ever carried in the Kootenays  Wl  #���  See us forPaperHanging and Painting  of every description  THE  WESTERN  MERCANTILE  COMPANY,  Limited.  VASCY AND STAWJC GROCERIES  BAKER STREET, NELSON  POTATOES  A carload shipment of Early% Rose   Potatoes just   received   from  Vernon.   Those requiring seed potatoes should order at once.  P, O. BOX 17(1.  HOUSTON UI.OOK.  Telephone 1IS1.  Blue ItiDbon Tea Ahvjijs on Hand,  yiesli Erbs Received Dail}'  John /\. irvirjg & Ce.  ��6��  r-^i  -fZl'CZI'  1.��3'(J'fJ>.  F. J. Bradley c�� Co.  Sign Painters and Decorators.  Corner of Josephiae and Victoria Streets  Nelson  #  Ki  m  Fancy Room Moulding at 2b cents a foot and upwards.  Prompt attention given to mail orders.    Samples and prices on request ^~.  S  S  %  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement w  Fire Brick and j|  Fire Clay w    Used in Kootenay. %  We also handle . ' *k.  Steel Mining Rails, g;  Blacksmith's Coal, Sewer Pipe, Be.,;  THURSDAY, HHMY, and SATUBDAY  JOSEPHiNE STREET, NELSON  iolesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Rowlands Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New-  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Porks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  That Light is Poor  LET OS PUT IN G/^S  GAS FITTING- OUR SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Victoria Stroet, opposite Postoffice,  STRACHAN BROS.

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