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 DAIiiY  EDITION^ BY  MAIL:  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  nnz  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR,  KELSON:  WEDNESDAY OPENING, APRIL IL  1900.  ~<���  PRICE FIVE CENTJS.  y  M'lNNES' REPORT RECEIVED  Main Point Evaded.  , ^ Ottawa, April 10:���|Special to  The Tribune.]���The report of lieutenant-governor Mclnnes to the  Dominion government in regard to  tho dismissal ol" tho Semlin government has been received,und explains  tho course he pursued and his  reasons Cor hi*, so doing. The report is such an one as was to be expected undeV the circumstances,  and probably very little exception  could be taken to it in that regard.  But, if tho information of your correspondent is correct, he does not  deal at all with what is now going  on and to which vciy proper exception must be taken soon.  Kor instance, the governor has no  defence lo make for entrusting the  government of tlio province to ministers, all of whom, except the premier, are selected from outside the  legislature and tire wholly Avithout  any parliamentary experience. It  was probably best that this phase  of the question should have been  passed over by the lieutenant-governor because it will not admit of  being defended.  There are two things which are  now open to the lieutenant-governor to do, and that is either to dissolve the legislature at once or call  it together. lie ought to do one ol  these without delay. If not an  occasion would certainly arise  when the people Avould naturally  look lo Ottawa for relief.  Sn tho house today Bostock asked  Laurier if the report of the lieutenant-governor of British Columbia  . in regard to the dismissal of the  Semlin government had been received. Lautier said that the report was received last Saturday.  Prior brought up "the question  of the commissions the Imporial  government is granting to the Canadians in the army. Laurier said  that no notice had been given of  the question", and that' tho papers  would be brought down in due  time. ,  Tupper became very violent, stating that the matter was urgent an,d  that commissions should be granted  the Canadians, not through the  minister, but directly through the  commander of the lloyal Military  College and the commander of her  majesty'>s forces. Laurier said that  if Prior had given notice of his  question as lie should have donej  the government,would have been  ready with its reply, but the leave  of his excellency would have Iirst  to be obtained.  Hay reported that, after a careful  search, he failed to/find in the files  of the consulate the slightest evidence to support the statement.  The consul further reports that  there is absolutely no interference  so far as he has been able to ascertain with any official communications, either telegraphic, or mail,  wliich pass between the department  of state and the consulate.  Would Reduce Klondike Royalty.  Vancouver, April 10.���[Special  to The Tribune.]���At a meeting of  the board of trade tonight a strong  resolution mis passed advocating a  large reduction in the Klondike  royalty. The plan proposed for  submission to the government to  make up tho deficiency iu revenue  consequent upon doing away with  the royalty, is designed to turn  trade into Canadian channels. Jt  suggested that all miners shall be.  compelled to sell their gold to the  government assay office at Dawson,  and charges as royalty, assaying  and insurance are not to exceed live  per cent all told. This is designed  to compel the payment of all costs  necessary iuto the Canadian government and banks on every ounce  of gold going out of the country.  Mackintosh dominated.  Robsr.ANO,  April   10.���The  Conservative convention for the Rossland riding met  today,  and, amid  great enthusiasm,  nominated C. H.  Mackintosh for the place of member of the provincial' parliament.  The nomination  was  by acclamation,   as   there   seemed  to   be  no  member of the Conservative party  who desired  to  rival him  for the  place.   ,The  convention  was  made  up of delegates from tho Boundary  towns and Rossland and  Trail.    A  well attended ratification  meeting  was held this evening.    The principal speaker was   Mr.  Mackintosh,  and he promised,  if elected, to do  all  that he could  to develop and  put on a better footing than at present the mining interests of British  Columbia.  BOERS MAKE-FAKE REPORTS  Another Alleged Victory.  London, April 11.���A dispatch to  tho   Daily   Mail   from   Brandfort,  dated Sunday, by way of Lorenzo  Marque/, says:  "Yesterday general  Dcwett engaged .the British for the  third time within a week at Merrk-  atsfontein,   killing   and Avounding  000.   He captured 900 with  twelve  Avagons, losing five Boers killed and  Avounded."  London, April 10.���The Daily  Mail publishes the following dated  Tuesday, April 10th, from Lorenzo  Marquez: "Tho Netherlands Rail-  AAray Company professes to have received a telegram reporting1 a Boer  victory neai Kroonstadt, the Boers  capturing 900 British."  Commenting upon this, the Daily  Mail remarks ; "There is a Merks-  fontein about eight and a half  miles southeast of Kroonstadt, but  if the report be true this can hardly  be the place."  London, April 10.���The Daily  JSTews has the following . from Pretoria, dated Monday, by way of  Delagoa Bay: "It is officially announced that a battle has been  fought south of Brandfort in Avhich  (500 British troops Avere killed and  wounded and 800 taken prisoners.  Lord Roberts is declared to be find-  iug great difficulty OAving to, the  scarcity of AA'ater.^       '. *   ~     i  and Avas accompanied by the princesses and prince Leopold. Although the route Avas only selected  a few'hours previous to the start,  tho A'illages traversed Avero gay  with bunting, and eroAvds of cheering people lined the highways.  Groups of scarlet-coated children  from the soldier schools, operatives  from the mills and peasants in the  fields formed today's collection of  spectators. The priA'ate secretary  and equerry to tho queen, sir Arthur J. Biggs, announced to the reporters today that her majesty AAras  very much pleased to hear that all  the children avIio took part in the  demonstration in her honor on Saturday had arrived liome safe and  happy. ���      - ,  Recruits for Strathcona's Horse.  Ottaava, (April 10.���[Special to  The Tribune.}���A cable was received  , today from lord Strathcona, asking  that a contingent of fifty men be  forwarded to South Africa to at  once join the Strathcona Horse aud  be ready to fill vacancies which may  be caused by casualties or otherwise. 11 is therefore apparent that  the  Strathcona   Horse AA'ill  be  tit  -once senfc-into action-aud it is therefore the intention to keep the regi-  up to its full strength. Tho department of militia Avill see that the  order is at once carried out, plainsmen and mounted police Avill be  selected, the same as was done m  the first instance.  Silver Tip Bonded,  Kaslo, April 10.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���Tlio Morris Syndicate, a  French company, today purchased  for $-15,000 the Silver Tip mine on  Toby creek, Windermere. The lirat  payment of $2000 in cash was made  today to Henry Hess' and Charles  Miller, the locators. Sain Schwander  put through tho deal.  .   Strike on Rambler-Cariboo.  Kaslo, April 10.���[Speeial to The  Tribune.]���A big strike has been  made at the Rambler-Cariboo. They  havc struck from three to live feet  of ore in a slope running south.  The stock is rising. x  Five Thousand Horses Monthly.  Br.OBJiKONTErjsr, April 10. ��� Re-  mounts are continually arriving,  but competent authoiities estimate  that the Avastage of horses monthly  by tho British forces in South  Africa must bo calculated at not  less than five thousand.  Macrum Proved a Liar.  "Washington, April 10.���The  United State? consul at Pretoria  lias responded to an. inquiry addressed to him by the department  respecting ex-consul Macrum's  charge that the official mail of the  pQnsuIate was tampered with.   Mr.  "Refined Sugar Goes Up.  New York, April 10,��� Arbuckle  Brothers today restored the price  of refined sugar, AA'hich they recently cut five cents per hundred pounds,  bringing their price back to that of  Ilavemeyer Company. Orders AA'ere  reepived tqday at tho Williamsburg  refineries of the American Sugar  Refining Company to store sugar  and 20,000 barrels Avere shipped to  Buffalo, where the company has a  store house that Avill hold 00,"000  barrels., The order to store sugar  Avas interpreted by the employees  as a determination to close down  all the refineiics uoav in operation.  It AA'as also taken to mean that the  Brooklyn sugar refinery, Avhichshut  down six Aveeks ago, aaHI not be reopened for a long time. Iu the  storehouse it is said that 130,000  barrels of refined sugar are already  stored.  German Military Opinion.  BEHivr.v, April 10.���The latest  events in Sputh Africa are inter-  _pretecl _as_ unfavorable���to���Great  Britain, but general A'on Bieker in  the Lokal Anzeigersays: "EA'idently  the British Avill soon begin a concerted advance movement, rendering it impossible for the Boers to  communicate Avith their forces  within the inner lines. The principal danger for the British remains  in tlieir extremely long approvision-  ment lines. It Avill be, however,  next to impossible for the Boers to  continue movements in the open  field Avhen lord Roberts moves after  putting his army in first-class condition." ���    Gomez is Not Ambitious:  Haa'ana, April 10.��� General Maximo Gomez .sailed today for Santo  Domingo. Before leaving ho addressed a letter to the president of  the" National party baying he Avas  A'ery grateful for the recent demonstration in his honor* and that he  Avould soon return to Cuba. In the  course of an interview he denied  that he had any intention of attempting to become the president  pf Santo Domingo, as had been intimated in a Havana paper.  That Supposed Steal.  Nkw York,April 10.���Dispatches  from Cape Toavii via London telling  of the disappearance of negotiable  securities amounting to ��130,000,  belonging to the Mutual Life Insurance Company, AA'ere receiA'ed today  Avith reservation by the officials of  the compauy Avho Said the compauy  had about ��100,000 on deposit,  evenly divided among the banks of  the Orange Free State and the  Trausvaal. This money AA'as used  for business purposes.  Sunday Closing at Exhibition.  Paris, April 10.���United States  commissioner Ferdinand  Peek  has  consulted with the authorities  at  Washington   respecting the question of Sunday opening at the exposition in  this  city,  and has  received   a   cablegram   saying   that  president McKiniey desires that the  American section should be  closed  ou Sunday as far as allovA-ed by the  French regulations.   M. Peck there -  upon saAv the  French authorities  and   was  shown  a   by-law which  compels the opening of all  exhibits  on the seven days of the Aveek, and  even gives tho French authorities  poAver   to   remove   auy   coA'erings  placed over an exhibit ease during  unauthorizecHiours.   The same inle  applies tOcinachinery, and  the  bylaAV makes notexceptiou in the case  of the  national  pavilions.    But, at  Mr. Peck's instance, the director-  general of the exposition has given  the American  commissioner special  permission to close the American  pavilion on Sundays.  New Liberal-Imperial Party.  London,   April  10.���The   neAvly  formed    Imperial-Liberal    council  hold its first meeting this afternoon  under   the   presidency of   R.   W,  Perks, member of  parliament for  the southern  division  of Lincolnshire and president "of the London  Non-Conformist   Council, Avho explained that the object of tho new  organization was to maintain Liberalism   in   its    old    progressiAre,  tolerant, and aggressive form.   Sn  other Avords, he declared, tho   hn-  -perial-Liberals���proposed- to- foi-"  low    ihe    lead    of    &uch    men  as      lord      Rosebery      and      sir  Edward Grey.    Mr. Perks, Avho is a  laAvyer and a contractor interested  in the .construction  of many railroads and docks, including the Manchester ship canal, announced that  a large number of those who had  Already joined the organization Avere  candidates for election to parliament at the next general election,  and he hoped therefore to have a  solid battalion of candidates in full  sympathy with the organization's  Imperial views. ^  Ghicago Unions Use Force,  Chicago, April 10.��� A- non-union  plasterer Avorking for Marshall,  Field & Co. Avas assaulted and seriously injured by a union picket today. -' Nearly 200 union men were  discharged by the contractors of  this building yesterday and their  places filled by non-union men. Today a union picket gained entrance  to the building by eluding the police, and after knocking down the  non-union plasterer Avith a club,  maelp his escape. The union men,  42 in all, who were at work in the  building struck this afternoon.  Four laborers employed at the site  of the now Western Electric building Avere attacked and two seriously injured.   Queen Visits the Country.  DrHUN, April 10.���The queen selected the picturesque route along  the A'alley of the Liffey for her  diivo this afternoon, and covered  nearly tAventy miles before her return to the vice-regal lodge. Her  majesty rode in an open   landau  Developing Ymir Claims.  J. E. Saucier of .Rossland AA'as at  the Hotel Phair yesterday en route  to his home from Ymir, Avhere he  completed arrangements for work  to proceed on the Bruce group, comprising six claims, on Jubilee mountain, OAvned by the Rossland-Ymir  Mining & Milling Company.Limited.  The Avoz'k is to be done by contract,  seATen men starting today iu two  shifts. Mr. Saucier says development AA'ill be continued until the  merit of the property is demonstrated.  Plumer Advancing Again.  London, April [ 11.��� The Daily  Mail has'the following from lady  Sarah Wilson \dated Mafeking,  March 30th: "Colonel Plumer's  column is noAv Avithin. 20,miles of  us, but its advent is undesirable  unless accompanied by good supplies. .The opinion prevails here  that young Cronje has returned to  the ranks of the investing Boers  and is trying to avenge Paardeberg." ', ,  No International Contest.  Nidav Haven, Connecticut, April  10.���Captain Bascome Johnston of  the Yale track athletic team in an  informal statement1 today expressed  the opinion .that tho negotiations  looking towards an international  meet betAveen Yale, Harvard and  the Oxford-Cambridge teams this  year have failed, -and thcjre Avill  probably be uncontest in America.  Experts' Chess Tournament. >  London, April 10.- -The first round  of the masters' and amateurs' tournament resulted today as follows:  Blackburn defeated Passmore;  Munsberg defeated Van Vliet; Tiet-  jeu was defeated bj' Teichmaun  and Ward defeated Lawrence; Lo-  mau and Lee and Jones and Phy-  sick adjourned their respective  games.  Good Reports From Bloemfontein.  London, April SI.���Tho Bloemfontein correspondent of the Morning Post says: "The AA'ater supply  continues satisfactory. Entrenching  is progressing vigorously in the hills  corumandingBloemfontein. Civilian  labor is to be utilized. Sickness  among the troops is somewhat  diminishing."  EAST BAKER STREET HOUSES  Will be Moved.  The city council, some time ago,  passed a resolution  recommending  that the police commissioners cause  tho houses of  ill  repute on  East  Baker street to be moved by June  1st.    This  Avas  fair notice  to  the  owners   and    occupiers    of   these  houses,   but   the   notice  AA'as   not  taken in the spirit in Avhich  it was  given.    In fact the OAvners and  occupiers, through their friends, gaA'e  it out   that   tho   city   authorities  could not moAre them.     The city  authorities believe they can, and  yesterday the first step was  taken  to shoAV that  the present council  do not back  aud  fill  on questions  that concern the interests  of the  people.     The predecessors   of the  preoent council made arrangements  to  locate   these   houses   on   Lake  street, Avest of Josephine  streot, a  locality that ib less conspicuous and  more secluded  than  their  present  location.     These   houses   Avill   be  moved   there  notwithstanding  reports to the contrary or any efforts  that may be made by interested  parties to prevent it.     If the removal   cannot   be   made   without  litigation,   eA'ery   house    on   East  Bakor street will be closed  Avithin  twenty-four hours  aud  closed  for  good.    This is fair notice  that  the  present city council  Avill run  the  city's business affairs Avithout fear  or favor.  THOUSANDS OF HORSES ARE  succeeded in smuggling ammunition through Portuguese territory.  In the course of the Dempsey trial,  statO) engineer Munnik admitted  under pressure, that, acting on the  instructions ,of state secretary  Reitz of the Transvaal, he had bored  holes in twenty-five mines."  FORGED MARCHES IN AFRICA  BRITISH PUBLIC IS UNEASY  Dewey Will Run.  Washington, April 10.���Admiral  Dewey said tonight that the story  published in a New York afternoon  ncAvspaper to the effect that he intended to withdraw his candidacy  for president was untrue, and that  he had never given any one Avhat-  evor any such information.  Bound for the Transvaal.  Louknzo Makqui;z, April 10.���  The French steamer Caravolla, captain Labourhie, from Havre February 2."5th, has ariived here with 100  passengers, including ,thc Chicago  ambulance corps. A majority of  the passengers will proceed by  train to the Transvaal.  Wanted in Africa.  Nkw York, April 10.���The Journal and Advertiser tomorrow will  print the folloAving: "A contract  to buy 30,000 to 35,000 horses for  the Biitish government was about  completed in this city yesterday,  Tuesday. The horses are ,for the  cavalry regiments and the artillery  sendee in South Africa, and they  Avill cost several million dollars.  This is the largest single order of  horses eAre'r placed in this  country.  The horses must conform practically to the' United States army's  strict requirements, in size, breed  and soundness. This limits the  choice practically to the breeds  reaicd on the producing centres of  Kentucky. Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, aud Iowa. Buffalo has been  selected as the point of inspection,  where hoisos Avill be brought by  the contractors Avho AA'ill act as the  British governments agents' when  accepted at Buffalo. The horses,  Avhen sufficiently rested, will be  shipped to this city and loaded ou  transports in lots of about 1000.  The, Britibh army purchasing  agent Avill go to Buffalo on Wednesday to inspect the yards there.  He hope< to get his horses at the  rate of 5000 a AA'eek."    Roberts Is Still Silent.  London, .April  12.���5 a.m.���But  that the Avar  office has  issued  no  neAvs from lord Roberts during the  last   three   days,   there  would be  little disposition to place  any  credence in the Boer>reports of a British disaster.    The unexpected rallying of the Free State commandoes,  however, leaves the public in a nervous   condition.    Dispatches   from  Pretoria, as stated last Monday, did  not mention any further Boer A'ic-  tories.    On the contrary they said  all the commandoes were quiet, and  as lord Roberts has hitherto never  failed    promptly   to   report    mischances, as Avell as successes,  or  to  allow the newspaper correspondents  to   report   them  until   some  confirmation is received, there is justification for regarding the Merkats-  fonteiu rumor as only an  exaggerated account of the  Reddersburg  affair, at  the  same  time,  the  cx-  tremest anxiety is being  felt.     No  further news has been received  of-  fightiug either at  Wepener   or in  Natal.  Boer leports seem to indicatec  that lord Methuen is adA'ancing  from Boshof toAvards Hoopstadt.  It is a bold and apparently a dangerous move, since, although it  turns the right flank of the Boer  position at Brandfort, it puts lord  Methuen's force between Avhatever  gariison thete may be at Bloem-  hoef in the Transvaal and the  Brandfort force.  The Boer commissioners at Naples  do uot conceal the fact that they  haA'e no hopes of obtaining peace  Avith independence for the republics, but they AA'ilLendeavor to save  their .���imour prop ro or to securu a  babis for further' negotiations. Mr.  Fischer say.s the pie-ent Boer  strength at tho front is 38,000 men.  Newspaperman Gets Off.  Victoria, April 10.���The grand  jury at the assizes today returned  no bill in the case of C. W. Sarel of  Kamloops for alleged defamatory  libel of the lieutenant-governor.  Only Three Boers.  Ki.MHBiu.EV, April 9.- -The prisoners Avho Avere captured at Boshof  have arrived here. Only three are  Dutchmen, the others French, German and Russians.   British Casualties.  Pkktouia, April 9.��� via Lorenzo  Marque'/.���The British casualties in  the fight at DeAA'ctsdorp were one  hundred killed aud wounded, and  forty-five captured.  Dr. Leyds' Movements.  BRU.v��Ki,b, April   10. - Dr.  Leyds  Avili leaA'e Brussels tonight lo confer with the  Boer peace commissioners.  Floods are Subsiding.  San Antonio, Texas April 10.���  The Avaters arc receding in the  swollen rivers and streams of  Texas, and it is believed that the  Avorst is over. Tlio property damage by reason of the sudden rush  of Avater Avill bo A'ery large, while  many lives haA'e been lost. It ia  learned tonight that eight people  out of a largo party of fifteen, composing two families, Avere drowned  at the junction of the middle Concho river and Kiowa eieck in Iron  county. Tho names of the families  al-o Queen and AVilson, and they  were from McCuIloch county, Texas.  Of the il members of the Queen  family, seven Avery drowned, father,  mother, and five children. .Among  tho latter was an eight months*' old  baby. The bodies of the unfortunate A'ictima of the Avaters AVere  found after a search of three hours.  Austin, Texas April lO.���Tlie  AvalfT- of the Colorado liver are  rapidly receding at this point, and,  AvJiile additional rises tire reported  from the north, it i.s not believed  that they will be of sufficient  volume to do much damage.  More Smuggled Artillery.  London, April 11.��� The correspondent of thu Times at Lorenzo  Marquez, telegraphing Monday,  say.s: "Refugees assert that the  Boers recently obtained at least  thirty pieces of artillery, some of  large calibic, which -uoro brought  overland as machinery from a West  African port. Eight of these  guns were dispatched to lhe Free  State a week ago. The Boer  officials openly boast that they have  Looking for an Opening.  London, April 11. The Bloemfontein correspondent of the Times,  telegraphing Monday, says: "The  .enemy are making a general  attempt to discoA'er a strategic  opening. Their numbers are unknown to us, but aie anywhere betAveen 3000 and 0000. They are  moA'ing cautiously. .Remounts are  airiving, but tho Argentine arrivals  are little liked by the cavalry.  Among the A-aluablos di^covoted  belonging to Messrs. Steyn and  Fischer is some correspondence,  proving that the fall o�� Ladysmith  was to be the signal for a general  Dutch uprising."   ��� Methuen's Progress.  Zwaticoi' Fontkin, Orange Free  State, April 9.���Lord Methuen's  force is encamped here, ten miles  east of Boshof. Since the Boshof  affair, lord Ghesham Avith the Yeomanry and the Kimberley mounted  corps has reeonnoitered eastward,  but he only encountered a small  body of Boers, Avhich fled.  Reinforcements for Roberts.  London, April 11.���The Durban  correspondent of the Standard, telegraphing Tuesday, says: "Large  numbers of troops aro coming down,  for .shipment to Cape Colony. Two  regiments have a I ready.sailed. (Jen-  oral Hart is also going to the Cape,  probably in command of these  troops." v   Buller at Work Again.  London, April 11.���The Durban  correspondent of the Daily Telegraph, telegraphing Tuesday, April  10th, says: "Our naval guns have  commenced bombarding tho Boer  positions between Sunday's river  and Biggarsberg."  Captured at the Waterworks.  Pretoria, Wednesday, April l.���  It is officially announced here that  at the Bloemfontein waterworks  the republican forces captured 11  officers and 302 men, Avith II guns,  2 ammunition wagons, other wagons  and mules,   Fighting at Fourteen Streams!.  Pretoria, April 9.��� Via Lorenzo  Marquez. - HeaA'y cannonading is  reported at Fourteen Streams. Tho  British arc using a naval gun. Lord  Methuen is moving in the direction  of Koopstadt.  Letter From Captain Hod/- .ns.  The columns of the neAvspapers  noAvadays teem Avith accoufats of  battles and glowing descriptions of  heroic deeds, but little is heard and  less understood of theineessant hard .  work wliich is the backbone ot a  campaign, and of the privations endured even by a victorious army.  Excerpts from a letter from captain Hodgins, dated Paardeberg,  February 28th, are printed below, ���  and give a A'ery good idea of the  inglorious side of Avarfare aud of  the terribly hard Avork our boys  had to do before Cronje AA'as at last  cornered in the laager at Paardeberg.  The letter is, in part, as folloAvs :  "We left Richmond. at  1 a.m. and  marched 13 miles to Belmont.    Arrived at Belmont Ave packed   up  aud got on the train in the evening ���  and Avent to Gras Pan, where we  detrained and bivouacked for  the  night with our brigade.     We AA'ere  up  in   the  morning at 3 a.m., and  marched to Ramdam 13 miles  aud  bivouacked   there���there   AA'e  saAV  general ftjlacdonald.     The march to  Ramdam was rather hard.     I Avas  the only officer in our company who  held out, aud I marched  the company into their lines.   Lots of our  men   dropped  out Avith  thirst on  the   way,  and  the   Gordons,   avIio  were iu   front   of   us   during  the-;  march, -  said     it    Avas     one     of  the hardest marches  they had ever  been on, including ISgypt.    We got  a rest, had  AA'ater  and  a  drink  of  rum at Ramdam.    We left there at  5 a. m. and marched to  Water vaal  Drift, an iving there at  11   a. in., a  ten mile march.    There  avo'lay on  one side of the drift until the army  crossed.    While  avc  Ave re  there   I*  Avas detailed Avith 200 men to haul-  up the heavy baggage Avagons, and'  Ave worked at this  until  Ave  were  relieA'ed by the oxen.   Then I took  a AA'ash in the muddy river.    When  I reported  at   the   lesimnnt  \ wm  detailed again to lake 2nfl men to t In*  "naA'al guus'rind Jnml  ih.;ui over the  jivcr, . th it,   is   down   ou*'     bank,  acrus.s ,ind u]i the  oi her .side.  'You  j may ii.'iao heard of this in   the  papers, as there AA'ere many reporters  about, and avo ,got a good  deal of  praise  for  this,    T might  tell you  hero  that that  day avc only had  "coffee and biscuit on   the 'morning  before   avb   began   the    inarchJ to  WaterA7iuI Drift, ,so avo did all this  on cmj^ty bellies.    At this place we  5aAv loid Roberts and I saw Denni-  .son. - It  rained   all  night,  and  as  'lord Roberts avus the only soldier  who had a lent, the rest'of us got  Avet., At 3 a. m., the next day Ave  left Watorvaal Drift and  marched  to Vcgdrai, a distance of eight miles,  arriving there at 8 a. in, AtVegdrai  my company formed  the  outposts  and 1 lay in   the  sun  ail  day. -��� At  this place, four miles from  Jacobsdal, a\c heard  our advance guard,  potting and fighting the  enemy in  thc_ direction..-of -Jacobsdal. -Out-- ���  post Avork all that night and a four  miles   march   to    Jacobsdal    next  moining.    Heic   aa*o   bought some  beer at six shilling- a bottle and  a  feAV   groceries.    "We    also   caught  t-onie sheep and calves and supplemented our pantries, and  Ave also  got a  good  square  meal  with  no  rush or hurry in   cooking, eating or   -  .sleeping.    Wo left Jacobsdal at 0:30  p.m. next day (the   10th)  for  Klip  Drift,  arriving  there  at  I  a.m.. a  very long and tiring march of fourteen miles."  Thus during all those tiring  marches over the hot, .sandy veldt,  the soldiers appear to have had but  one square meal, and one good  night's re^t.  A letter from captaiu Ilodgin" of  later date wiys that at Paardebi-rg  he had a very narrow escape, his *  rifle being knocked out of his hand  by a rifle bullet. He also pays that  the boys from Nelson, Rossland and  Kaslo are all Avell, except Moodie of  Kaslo, Avho Avas taken to the hospital .suffering from dysentry.  Business Changes.  SeA'eral business changes haA'e  been recorded recently in this part  of the province, and among them'  are the following: G. Pcttifc of  Kaslo, clothing merchant, has gono  out of business and left for the  Coast; T. Dahl has given up his  hotel at tho Bull Dog tunnel and  gone to Midway: It. W. Bacon,  hatdware merchant of Ymir, has  sold out to R. McRoberts: the Cascade Record has been sold by W. B.  Wilcox to IL T. Turner, the latter  has been editing it for some time ;  the mortgagee is in possession of  tho business of A. G, Johnson,  grocer of Rossland. 2  THE TRTBUKE:  NELSON" B. C WEDNESDAY,  APRIL 11  1900  ,<*.  IA  iw  I,  ��"��������  ^y-,.  'S' ,  &���'  ���ft?  i*1"*"  &':  >*  |��'  \i  m  \f>  I -5'"'  I ?^  1$:  m  it  W  m  Is.'  Is?  AT KERR & CO'S  Easter  late in  Pick out your new Easter Hat ancl have it for  Sunday. We are very busy, so do not leave it until  the week or you will be disappointed.  NeAV Kid Gloves���Perrin's make-���all new shades.  NeAV Parasol���Everything new, choice and select for you  in  our store.  In Today���25  Ncav Tailor-made Suits.  The New Dry Goods Store,   Baker Street,   Nelson.  MADDEN BLOCK,  BAKER STREET.  KERR & CO.  MENS  CHILDRENS  BOYS  Tailor-Made Clothing  Clothing, Overalls   and   Furnishings.    Every   article   of  ihe finest  quality produced by the best manufacturers.  New  Patterns and  Colorings,  Latest Styles, Up-to-date  in every respect.  A   complete   variety   of  Serges, Worsted, Cheviots, Tweeds  from  which  to  make a  selection.  Prices to suit any and  every purse.  BROWN    &    CO.   Hall Block, 296 Baker St.  INCORPORATED 1670.  w  mmmm.^Mmmm  The  Hazelwood  Dairy . . . .  In  m  Young lady, if you have  not given up candies for  Lent, just step into the  Hudson's Bay Company's  and sample the last lot,  just opened up. Fresh  sweet, and tasty. A full  assortment from  Botzer & Co.  Craven & Co.  Rownton & Co.  MeCormack & Co.  *L<S*->2*-0*!'  t___V' ^tofrfi 4Q|^' 42bm*   ._,_,_      __-        0* .0*' ' ig*  00^-fi*  00 - 00- fi* - fi*- 00 ' fi*  0S) . 00* &0 ' 0S0. ^0  ���   "����  ^���6  w  w  11/  w  36   Baker   Street  W  iti  iti  Annual Spring Sale House Furnishings, Carpets, Oilcloths,  Linoleums, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Poles  Now is the time for Spring- House Cleaning and replenishing new for old.  We will offer special reduction in this department for the next ten days.  w  xti  Tapestry Carpet from     .     .     50c up  Brussels Carpet from    .    .   $1.20 up  Axminstcr Carpet from   .     $1.25 up  English Wilton from     .     .   $1.50 up  Ingrain Carpet from   .    .    .    50c up  Floor Oilcloth from    .  Window Shades from    .  Curtain  Poles from  Lace Curtains from  Art  Rugs and Squares at all  25c up  40c up  40c up  prices  w  All Carpets sewed and laid free of charge  ^ Will open a Nelson Branch about the 15th instant ^  ^       when regular supplies can be obtained of       ^  Hudson's Bay Stores  TELEPHONE 13  Milk, Pasteurized  Double Jersey Milk, Pasteurized  Pure Cream, Pasteurized  Hazlewood Butter  Hazlewood Buttermilk  Double Jersey Buttermilk  Ice Cream, Neapolitan, Individual and Plain  Strictly Fresh Ranch Eggs, Guaranteed.  Duenoticawill be given as to where patrons can leave orders $&  prior to the establishment of permanent offices. ��  ��.  Lowe c�� Bltiott  Agents.  \m  ���c=>-tff>-c��i'f^>'c=3-ez>'i3'(=3?&>(=}'��?���  m  M  Music Magic  Song" and Story  'fimfi- 00 ' 00. 00 ' 00' 00 '00' 00 ' fi*' 00 ' fi*' fi* ' 00' 00 ��� fi* ' 00' 00  iti  w  ��  i#$mmi  mmm'-  All the Latest Designs  in  M  AN ENTERTAINMENT  In aid of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund will be  given in the  NELSON OPERA HOUSE  The Conservatives of,- this province are^evidently willing to contest the coming election on two issues. First, they want the < eight-  hour law repealed; second, they do  nob want government ownership of  railways. The Conservatives of  this province are mossbaeks; they  are wedded to their idols. A b the  coming election thoy will be so badly, defeated as a party that they  will be unable to make a fight at  the Dominion general elections.  VKity maifthat workK~fdrlvages  in British Columbia should support  candidates for the legislature who  are known to favor legislation that  will result in the greatest good to  the greatest number. The Conservative party-line politicians are unwilling to take the stand. Every  candidate of the party should be  made understand that "Dunsmuir"  domination is not to become a perpetuity in this province, Elector?,  &now under every party-line Con-  fcorvative, for everyone of them is a  tool of tlio Dimsmuir-Victoria  crowd of time-serving mossbaeks.  ,   Men who till governmeutpositions  on salary should   not  make  themselves personally  offensive  to  the  business   community.      There   are  men occii|)ying positions in tiie customs department at ports in Kootenay   that   are  not   only  offensive  partisans,   but' they   allow    their  partisanship to go so far as to interfere iu tJie business affairs  of man  in no way connected with the government.    It is time time ali  such  officials were called down, aud  the  minister of customs  should  begin  using bis official hatchet at an early  date.   Rowland  Maek-  nor" made a record in the North -  west Territories that entitles him  to political honors iu a province  that1 has heaped honors on the head  of "Joe" Martin. The one is a man  of ability without a conscience; the  other has neither.  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.      "  A boarding nnd day school conducted bj-the  Sisters of St,. Joseph oi1 Peace. IL i.s situated at  the corner of Jlill ancl Josephine streets in one of  the best residential poilions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible fiom all paiU of the city.  The course of sLudy includes the fumla'nental  and higher branches of thoiough English education: Businohs course���bookkeeping, stenog-  laphy and tjpe^iiting. Science course���music;  vocal and in&trumcnuu, drawing, etc. -Plain art-  and needlework, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to the Sister  Superior.  Thursday, April 12th  under the  management  of  Mr.   E. ,P.  Whalley/  assisted by  Mr.  W.   H,    Bowsing  and a large number of  prominent local entertainers.  Wall  Paper  iti)  m.  We have just received a consignment of Wall  Papers which gives us the largest  stock ever carried in the Kootenays  m  See us for Paper Hanging and Painting  of every description  Prices : $1.00, 75c and 50c.    Tickets  ~on sale.in opera house block.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The "best value for the money in tho maiket  for all purposes.  terms oash      XV. P, Tikunkf, General -Agent  TVlephonti 147.    Office with C. I). .1. Chriptle.  COAL!      COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  -$9.65 !g���T,fl N��*���$6.15-  DELIVEREI3  -Hard Coal���  Anthracite  S  m  P. J. Bradley d& Co.  m  ' Sign Painters and Decorators.  Corner of Josephine and Victoria Streets  Nelson  ��L Fancy Room Moulding at 2i cents a foot and upwards. ^  $_   Prompt attention given to mail' orders.     Samples and prices on request Jjk.  '.g^.jSj.��  Burns & Co.  Head Office at  NELSON. B. C.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Nelson Business College  ILss-onlcrud upon Us second riu.irtcr wilh enlarged iiuiuiniiioiliitiou and incicased fuciliLics  for momollng llio iiiiortsts of stud on K  NikJiI classes Monday. Wednesday, and Kriilav  officii week. Iteifisloroavly. Hohui 7, VicLoi i7t  Hlock, .Jo.scpliinc -.(reel.  ENGINEERS.'  CHAWASS PAWCKIl-ailiiuiKuml tnilliiigen.  Ktiiccr.   West JSakcr htiuut. Nelson.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NKLSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. V. & A. M.  MoetB second Wednesday In each month.  Sojourning brethren Invited,  KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS- NolBon Lodge. No,  25, Kulghte of Pythias, moot* In X. O. O. V.  Hall, corner Hakor and KooLonny streets, every  Tuesday evening ab 8 o'clock. Visiting Knighta  cordially invitod to attend.  R.G.JOY. K, of R.&S.  LKONAHD SCO IT, C. C.  NKLSON L. O. L��� No. l.ffl/2, jucets hi I. O. 0~. F.  Hull, corner Bakor and Kootenay streets,  1st and 3rd Friday  of  each month.   Vihititig  brcthcrn cordially invited.  It. RoniNSO.v, w.M. W. Ohwvfohh, Rec.-Sec.  NELSON j9SRIE, Number 22, Fraternal ~6rdev  o�� Kagles, meets every uecond and fourth  Wednesday ineocli month  in Fraternity Hall,  Vi^itinsr brethren welcome,  XV. Gosnum., Prosldont.  Oiiahlks Proshkk. SoorftiAry  TRADES   UNIONS.  NKLSON MINERS' UNION SO. 9fi, W. F. of  M.���Meets in inineiij' union rooms, northeast corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.   Vibiting inem-  :lc<  TEI��EI>HON13  33  G. W. West & Go.  bers welcome,  James Wimcks, Sec'y.  M. It. Mow at r, Pros.  LAND NOTICE.  Notice is Irorobj Knen, Iiml after one moiilii 1  will make ajijiliriition lo (lie Clncl Commsssjoner  of Lrtirtis pud Works lo iiutclttiM* one liimdied  mill si\f> ,j! iv, of Inml in Hie .ONtiirl ��f We-i  Knulon.iy, in llie I'mtlmw at Dnlisli ('otuiubf.t,  sit iinled nn lln< \\(>si sn lo of Konlruny take, on  Hoiildcr ( rock, about I wo miles ��oui li tif Jl.iifom:  ('(iimm-nclni; nf Initial Post in.tikCil "John Uurlt.  N: K Coi nor,' Ihi'inc \sr->\ ��,|\ty-ftiiir Uiuiiw,  llieiici' suuih t\i��'nt5-!l\(j chains, ihciicj easl  Mixl j���fciur i-lftiins. t licitcc- narLli tweutj-live chains  tollie Intnal I'osl.  JOHN HVU.K.  lUfediit Nelson IhisTlli il.iy ol A|irll, IlKKl.  " "LAND   NOTIOEr  Nolice is licii-hy i^ni'ii llnil after one iiionlU [  will make ,t]i|jlic.tlmti lolisc (Jhiof-CniMinissionci'  ol Lnnilsanil Woikslai jnircli.iso foi t,\ nuici of  land in liu- itislnct of West ICoolcn.tv in llio  pruvimr of Hiilish Columliiii, aitiuiU'd on the  rust tiili- ol Kootenay l.tkc, between Lurkluut  ���mil Liifriiucc oiccks as follows: CoiiiilicuciuK  ��� it aposton llio beach uiiukcd **ttiltki.1 Post lolm  J. iidl.iw'.s N. \l'. Coiiiei,"lli<lnt<' soiilhcily iiIoiik  tho i.ike Jf) ciiaiim, tlietiie uisluily'3) chains,  theme noirlioih -J(i ih.ius, tlicm e \\esteily ili  uli.ims to the tiWce of bCKimiiiiK  JOHN LAIDLAW.  Dated al Ne]��uii, B. C , tins ;iid din oi Apiil.  MUX)  Markets at Nelson, Ilossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forkq, Greenwood, Cascade City, MfcU  way, and Vancouver! ~  ^SViaiJ Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FSSH AND POULTRY JN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��#   (^   TMVES,   MaiiageF  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Planing IVjills, 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 Post's,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  -   Get prices beforCpurchasing elsewhere  Office Oorrier l|all a��|d Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing C. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  $    TOWN $  OF '  m  m  PROCTER  jk 20 Miles east of the City of Nelson, and Terminus &  in of _the__Nelson=Balfoiir- section-of- ��I.  the Crow's Nest Pass Railway.  Garden  Tub  Conservatives of  have nominated Chailes  If  intosli  as  their  candidate  for the  legislative assembly.    The "gover-  THADES AND LABOR CO UNCI Tj.���The rot?u-  Lirjiiuolings of lUoNelsoji Tr.xdesajid Labor  Council will bs held in tho minors' union hall,  coincfof Vletona and Kootenay tlrcotK, on tlio  first und third Thursday of o.ith mouth, n.L  T.30p. in. ^ ���   ,  U. J. TnoiH":, Prpq. J. TL TVTatuksov. foe v.  THK rcgul.tr meetings of the Carpenters' Union  are held on AVcrIne->day cveiiing of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in tho Minci'h' Union hall corner Victoria and Kootenay Hti-eetfi.  ��. ROHIiVSON' Prcoidont.  JAMES CULLING, Secretary.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Notice is licithy �����!Von lli.if llio ii.irlnuiship  huiulofoii' cvistinp liulucon the niuleisigned as  tftiiiisleroiind fieiKlHuis under Iho flini lumeof  The Nelson TrmisTci ('oilman} has Uus day by  nmliui consent boon dissoUeu.  All debts due lo the said firm arc to be paid to  the undoisigned Joluj T. Wilson and Kenneth A.  F��ibcs. who h.i\e assumed and will p.iy otf all  the liabilities'of the >-:ud Hi in.  Dated ut Nelson, ii. C, tliis2llh day of Maich,  1'JOO. ALVIN ('. FI.KfJK.  Ci   II. IVIf DOKMAN.  k. a. roitni;.s.  J. T. AVILSON.  Witness, P. li!. 'Wilson, Soln itoi, Nelson, B. C.  Notice of Application for License.  I hcicbygne notice that 1 intend tn apply lo  the Board ol i.iueusiuj; Coiiiiiii-siomlis of the  City of Nelson at its nevt meelusfr for an Iiotel  liceubC for the premises nittiate upon lot 21, block  C8 (northeast corner ot Veruon and Hall Mrectb)  in tiie city ot Nelson. B. B. LEMON  We are ready for your gardening. Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lawn Grass and White Clover.  ark a  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  Prices same as Eastern  Catalogues  Canada Drug & Book Go.  NELSON  SEALED  TENDERS  %\i 11 be rucchod by the undersigned up till Apiil  Mill for diiniiKlUUOicofc of tunnel with air dulls  .it the Vellowilone nunc. Specifications and  pui(miliars can be obtained at the uiiiie, near  1IJK YELLOWSTONE MINES, LIMITED,  .Salmo, IX C.  March 31st, 1900.  A fentitle will ho made of the poultry and  game tiade. They will always he on hand during their beasou.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  163 Josephine St., between Baker and Vernon.  Telephone 159.  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhaugers.  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, elc, Kalso-  mining and Tinting. Stnctly flrot-claas work,  lisliuiates furnished.  ili  *  Business and Residential Lots ranging at prices  from S75 to $150 each.  Terms r One-third cash;  balance 6and 12 months.  f^X  ?f" This townsilo is held jointly by the Cauadiau Pacific Bail way ."  (IX Company and T. G. Procter. - (I)  fl Apply to FRANK FLETCHER, Land Agent G. P. R., Nelson, m  ^ or to T. G. PROCTEB, Ba^er Street, jlelson. j}{  '<&:*?. 0.0.0.0.0.0.0,0.0.0.0, ���X��.'����.<<^.^6.��ft<<a^.1^..^.-nt,.'��B,.S��.^-i/l'  v^^S^|:t;��etS:|:e ^?0?0&?0<0i&i0'<0-&3&-f  IS  to peplaee that  Shabby Awning*  Tents,  A  Place your order with  THEO.   MADSON  wnings,  and  all  kinds of Canvas Goods  iVSanufactured to Order  BAKER STREET,  NELSON.  W. P. DIOKSOH  K. H. H. APPLKWHAITffl  J. McPHBB  Residence Mill Street;,  Opposite School Iloube  NELSON, B. C.  W. Starmer Sn]ith & Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete TUIeetrlo Equipments for Blectrlo Power Transmission and Llsrhttatr for  Junes, Towns EUeetrle Fixtures, Lamps, Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 603. Josephine Street. Kelson, B. O.  Office Ward Streot Opposite Opera Horae 1 WEST BAKER STRBET1 NELSON  Fred *L Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPRINC SUITINGS  OPPOSITE SILVER E3N0 HOTEI. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B.C., WEDNESDAY, A PHIL 11, 1900  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up.  REST   $12,000,000  6.000,000  oril Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Frcsidcn  on. George A, 1) ruiiiiiiond Vico-Prcsidcn  B. Clouston G oncruL Manngo  nelson muxcn  Corner Baker and ICo'otcimy Streets.  Branches in Lonmio.v (England) Kw Vohk,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities; in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cahlc  Transfers.  Grant, Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  mailable iu any pan. of the woild.  In aft., Issued, Collect ions Made, Etc.  -THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD   OhTICK, TORONTO.  Saving's Bank Branch  cumti.xr ii vii: ok imi i��i:sr r.uu.  ONTARIO'S GREATEST MAN  His Great Accomplishment.  Tin,11110  World.  Tlio Miimo of F. H. Glcfffiic ia so  prominently nssnci.-iLoil with tho in-  ilnptiiiil development; tluit i-> Inking  place at Sault Stc. Mario that the  announcement of an nckltcss by him  before the board of trade was sufficient to arouse keen interest in  Toronto's commercial circles. But  Mr. Clergue showed :i quiet ability  to sink himself aud his interests in  tho great question of the national  development, or else to bring them  in only as an indication of what is  practicable because of established  success.  In the course of his address Mr.  Clergue caid :  I  came from the eastern section  of the country.    Jt fell to my fortune  to  be  associated  with  some  gentlemen  who  were possessed of  some means- -move than they could  find  profitable    investments  for ���  and it was agreed between us that  we should begin a prospecting tour  al.ongthe basin of the St. .Lawrence,  which, of course, extends from the  gulf to Lake Superior���in order to  ascertain what opportunities there  existed   along   this     frontier    for  hydraulic   development.      Jn    the  course   of that   journey,  starting  from  Cape  Breton  and ending at  Port    Arthur,   vaiious   important  water powers were found and investigated, and various of them had  their merits,and nearly all of them  had  tlieir demerits.    As  we went  along the shore of the Georgian Bay  1 wo found,  here  and there,  water  powers , on the Spanish and other  rivers, all of some consequence and  actual volume, but none of prime  importance uutil we reached Sault  Sto.  Marie, and there, as^ those of  you will remember who have seen  the situation, with L'ikc  Superior  for a mill pond and a fall of -about  20 feet there was a plain opportunity for economical aud advantageous  hydraulic development.  There we were interested enough  to stop and investigate.    Well, the  development of a water power on a  large scale involves the expenditure  of a great deal of money; aud after  the   water power is developed'and  the hydraulic energy of the falling  water is turned  through a wheel  and begins to revolve the shtift, it  is necessary that machinery should  be applied to that shaft in order to  turn it to some useful effect, and  then  tho hydraulic engineer gives  place to the manufacturing engineer.    AVe  had in  mind no  special  ���5ort-of undertaking-!!! the ^ay~of  manufacturing.'    \Yb  were   aware  that at  Jlolyoke,   for instance,  in  Massachusetts,   water   power -was  worth from ,SI.j to $30 per annum  per horse power, and the consti ue-  lion "of a dam at the river, at Hol-  yoke had resulted  in a population  'of  100,000    people  dependent   for  their daily bread   on Ihc energy  produced vfi'oin that falling water.  In  our simplicity at that time it  seemed to us that we had simply to  go on, construct the dam   establish  the water wheels in place and that  all the manufacturers in the world  would come there to seek for power.  Jt is my opinion, after a residence  of over five years in Algoma, and  the  expenditure   of already  more  than  live  million   of dollars,   and  having available more than fifteen  .million dollars more for investment  in the same undertaking, it is ray  opinion���and it must  be a  pretty  good one or it could not bo so well  backed up���that there is an opportunity for a population in Northern  Ontaiio equal to that of Southern  Ontario, equal in number, equal in  prosperity, and how it can be done  J shall proceed to elucidate to you.  You have only to go and follow the  example wc have set at Sault Ste.  Marie.    I  do uot  mean to say  ib  need bo on the same scale.    That is  not necessary.    Jn fact it would be  impracticable because there wehave  the advantage of a very large water  power, but in its proper proportion  similar industries can exist all the  way from the city of Ottawa to the  city of Port Arthur.    Ifa\ ing developed, as   I havc   said, the water  power, we then found it necessary  lo study the resources of the region  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. 0., and Dawson Oity, N. W. T.  for the purpose of utilizing that  water power. Naturally tho forests  first appeal to us.  \Vc  were bound to look to  the  watershed of Lake Superior to  secure our supplies, and in the study  of that region wo found that there  was the birch, the maple, the hard  elm, the tamarac, the spruce, the  balsam and the poplar ; all of these  timber growths, in their present  condition, uselcos and most of them  inaccessible. Except tho spruce  and cedar, none of the other woods  I have mentioned would float to our  mill for tho purpose of manufacture;  nor could they be utilized at our  works for lack of means of trans-  portal ion from the forests. Therefore, wc found that of all the woods  up there the only one suitable for  our purpose was the spruce.  Then wo began to gather for use  in pulp making, and we proceeded  to construct a pulp mill.    We began  it on rather a small scale at first.  V/e agreed with the government to  the extent of their promising us the  right- to cut a sufficient supply, if  we would undertake it for a fixed  period, at a certain stumpage late.  Well, we had not gone along far  before we found it cost just as much  to run a small plant���except mere  labor  charges   and  the  additional  cost for  the  raw  materials���as  a  works twice as large, and that our  competitors in foreign lauds, ruu-  ning  on  a   more  extensive   scale,  could   produce pulp for the use of  the  paper makers throughout the  woild at a prico beyond our competition.     So  the Iirst  step  of   the  evolution was to enlarge the pulp  mill from a ground wood pulp mill  of _20 tons a day until we had an  output of 150 tons of pulp a day, requiring the use daily of about 200  cords   of   wood.      Having   gotten  along  so far as  to  build the new  pulp mill, avc found that even then  the influx of this product of ours on  a large scale on to the markets of  the world was taken advantage of  by the paper mamufacturers, who  needed Canadian pulp, and they began  to mark  down the values  of  Canadian pulp.    When we originated the mills the.markct price in the  United States was high and profitable, and we had a handsome dividend  calculated  on the output of  the mill.    When the wheel's began  to turn' over'and the product began  to come out, the paper manufacturers in tho states resolved that'there  ���\\a& a new soursc  of supply on  a  grand scale and they could be supplied forever at their own price.  Up  to the ^time we constructed  this  mill the ordinary method for  producing pulp for the uso of paper  manufacturers  was   by   attaching  the  grindstone to  n water  wheel.  Then   against   the   grindstone   is  placed a block of spruce wood, and  that block of spruce wood is pressed  against the grindstone by an  hydraulic piston, and this continuous pressure against the grindstone  results in pulverizing this wood iuto  liquid  form.    That pulp in liquid  form goes off to another machine^  "where -it���is-"crusliccl-arouud   the  wooden roller, which expresses from  the pulp   about one-half   of  the  water, and the  consequence is you  obtain a sheet of pulp something  like a thick sheet of blotting paper,  containing about -15  to 50  p.e. of  wood fibre and 50 to 55 p.c. of water.  When the product is shipped to the  pauor mill the papermuker does not  pay for tho tons of pulp you shipped  to  him, but he pays you for  the  amount of   pulp 'fibre,   wliich-is  ahout 50 per cent of the shipment;  consequently   my_ friends   of the  Grand Trunk railway and tho Canadian Pacific railway arc gathering  from   my   pocket the   freight   on  Witter which  I never  got paid for.  That    circumstance   confined    our  works to tlio nearby paper manufacturers.  It was decided -wc must make  that pulp marketable all over the  world. Pulp for paper-making uses  is worth moro in countries where  they have no forests than in countries where they have, audit was  decided to attempt a process for  turning out this pulp as a dry  product. An investigation was  made among all the paper-machine  manufacturers in Kurope and the  United States with the hope of  securing apparatus by which this  ground wood pulp just as it came  from this grindstone could be taken  and turned into a sheet like a sheet  of paper. Everywhere the process  was declared impracticable, Xo  paper-machine manufacturer in the  world would attempt it. Having  had a long training in mechanics  myself, I gave the matter my own  attention, and after a  while suc-  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  S2.500.000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  0,11. Wilkio, General JIanager.  M. liny. Inspector.  Xelson Brunch-Burns Block, 221 llakor Street  J. 51. LAY, MnmiKOi*.  which seemed practical, and this design was sent around to the paper-  niachiuo makers. But no paper-machine man would build that machine, and it became necessary to  build our machine shop. It involved a large drying cylinder and  of a different form than had ever  been attempted.  Having decided to build the machine shop Ave found it was necessary to build a foundry. AVe built  a foundry of stone of general architecture .and design adopted in our  mills, then Ave went on to'build the  machine shop. Before Ave were  ready to turn out a single machine  wc had spent about one hundred  and tAveuty-live thousand dollars,  all for the object of obtaining dry  pulp, and then after all our trouble  Ave got out one of those machines.  After a while, correcting this and  remedying that, we evolved out of  that conception a machine which  today earns net at the mill a profit  of one thousand dollars a day more  in that one mill than the profit Avas  by the same output by the process  formerly iu use.  That is the only mill in the world  making pulp in that form, and  since I haA'e been in Toronto���I  only arrived this morning���I haA'e  received, and I have uoav AA'ith me,  telegrams from Paris, from England, aud telegrams from tho United  States for orders at our oavii price,  which would more than take the  product of that mill for six mouths  if Ave Avould accept them. Having  produced this dry machine and dry  pulp, and having gotten the product into a form where Ave could  now reach the foreign markets, Ave  ship eA'ery Aveek pulp to Japan,  Australia, France, to England, besides all over the United States, and  no important contract is made today without first inquiiiug from  Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario, Avhat the  price will be.  While investigating the question  of the manufacture of chemical  pulp we found Ave required to haA'e  sulphur, and avo found, that the  only economic source of- sulphur,  and the source for sulphite pulp  mills,   was' the   sulphur mines  of  E. J. Robie  FASHIONABLE  TAILOR  Workmarjs|iip and  quality of goods tfye  best obtainable  Opposite Silver King Hotel, Baker street, Nelson  Sicily, OAvned by a syndicate imposing its' own A'alue cm its output, so  that the cost for sulphur for a  sulphite paper mill in Canada is  practically $25 a ton. and at the  time of the Cuban AA'ar tho prico  Avent up at one time as high as $40  a ton. So 1 began to look around  for some sulphur. I Avent up to the  Avorks at Sudbury, and found they  were racing sulphurous acid gas off  into the air at a value of $2000 a  day, at an expense and loss.  I proposed that they take tho ore  to Sault Ste. Marie, where avc could  utilize   the  sulphurous  acid.    The  company said they had investigated  it and had found  it impracticable.  So 1 went to  Sudbury,  and  after  looking around  there    found any  quantity    of   mines,      AVe   found  nickel ore enough there to last the  world ono hundred thousand years.  I  took an option on  one property  for  a sufficient length of  time to  allow us to carry on  those experiments  and  determine  whether or  not that sulphur could bo used for  a sulphite pulp mill, and Ave were  just as successful,  after some  experiments, as Avith the pulp machine.  Then Ave Avent down to Sudbury,  and paid them $100,000 for a nickel  mine, and we proceeded to carry on  our reduction until avo found that  the gas which   we  got from  this  Sudbury ore Avas exactly Avhat AA'e  wanted for a sulphite pulp   mill.  Then Ave proceeded to establish our  sulphite mill.    It is now under construction and will be  in operation  about June  1.    It  will utilize   as  much  wood  as  the   ground  AA'ood  mill.    It Avill employ as many men,  and  Avill  make  our total  requirements of AA'ood about 200 cords per  day this summer.    Then the question  came np whether the residue  Avhich Avas to be left from the ore  could not be put to^some use.   We  found  Ave had left'in  this residue  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 AVHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN' STOUK  WE WILD MAKE IT FOR YOU  CALL ANT) GIST PRICES.  nickel and iron in a natural state of  union.so perfect that AA'hen smelted  and reduced to a metal it produced  an alloy of nickel and steel so far  superior to anything else Avhich had  yet been used, that, when offered to  Krupp, the great guunmker in Germany, ho made a contract at once  for a supply for live years.  And Ave then proceeded, gentlemen, to erect our reduction AA'orks  and our ferro-nickel plant. But,  when avo began to ship this ore out  of Sudbury, avo found that although a very considerable proportion of it consisted of nickeliferous  pyi-otite principally, a still larger  proportion consisted of copper  pyrites. It became necessary, in  oider to mine this ore profitably,  to devise a means of taking out the  copper ore with the nickel. So it  became necessary to reduce and refine a part of the copper and nickel  together. So again Avas our laboratory set to Avork. And iioav Ave  haA'e devised a process by which  the copper and nickel together are  taken out in a reduced form, equal  to that in any part of the Avorld,  and as cheaply. That AA'as the next  step in the evolution.  Wc have alloAA'ed no bye-product  to escape us, in fact, Avhen Ave reduced our ores at the refining Avorks,  Ave found that the amount of ore  profitably available AAas so great  that our sulphite pulp mill could  not begin to consume the sulphurous fumes from all these ores, and  Ave must allow these to escape into  air at a loss or devise some other  use. We discoA-ered that this gas  is, by a suitable and economical process turned into sulphurous acid,  Avhich is sold to the oil refineries  and put to other uses iu the arts.  And now, gentlemen, I have illustrated to you by these various steps  how it is possible to go in to Algoma,  take the raw resources which God  left there Avhen the world AA'as created, and turn them into profitable  uses of commerce.  We haA'e assembled around these  Avorks a large and prosperous population. They engage in the best  of work and command the highest  wages. In our own case there is  not an enterprise of the same kind  in America paying higher wages,  and feAV as high. We haA'e not a  common laborer at the mill receiving less than $1.35 a day.    The boy  Ward Bros.  that sweeps up the floor gets $1.85  3c,day. Prom that the AA'ages run  up to $5 a day. We haA'e a working force of a class like this, that  Avhen I came doAvn to Toronto they  gave me $750 to pay into the Globe  for the patriotic fund. Now, gentlemen, this is the sort of citizens you  AA'aut, and, in my judgment, you  want all the immigrants of this  kind in Canada you can get.  I   must not   forget   nickel.     Iu  carrying    on    our   operations   Ave  found that Ave wore getting out the  material with too high a percentage  of nickel; that is to say, the nickel  contents of tho ores being too rich,  it became necessary to haA'e  it  reduced.     I  Avill explain  by saying  that in tho alloy which is required  for armor plate, %_- pel   cent AA'ould  be the amount of nickel, and in the  nickel pig the quantity  is  about 7  per cent. Noav, it became necessary,  in the Avork which avo proposed,  to  obtain iron ore, to smelt  Avith  the  nickel. It was at hand. We AVanted  enough   iron   to   provide   the  admixture  AA'e  required,  which  is a  large amount, as Ave are  going to  smelt 500 tons a  day.    We found  enough uot only for our own AA'orks,  but plenty to supply the New Midland furnace, and avc expect to  be  able to supply the  Hamilton  furnace   at much more   advantageous  terms than they can get it from any  other source.     You see the process  of eA'olution Avhich I haA'e been outlining for you is not yet complete.  We found iron mines 12 miles from  Lake Superior.    The only  trouble  Avas to build a railway.    We began  last summer to build that raihvay,  and Ave have  now spent  $500,000  upon it.    The road is laid  with  85  lb. rails; the ordinary rail herd is 70  lbs.   The ordinary freight cars heio  "will carry, the best of them,  from  20 to 30 tons.   Our cars are 55 to GO  tons capacity. An ordinary locomotive is 05 tons AA'eight.    The locomotives employed on our line are 110  tons. ,  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BV ELECTRICITY  AND IIKATKD BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO $1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STUEKT. NKLSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable  bodrooms and   flrst-clasa  dining-room. Sample rooms tot commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  iV|rs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  LATE OK THE ROYAL IIOTEL, CALGARY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel vhich is now being  enlaigcd and renovated, will be reopened  on March 1st, w hen it will have JO large,  nicely furnished and well lighted roomn,  heated with hot air. Special attention  will be given to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  DERATED and mineral waters.  THORPE & CO., LIMITKD.-Corncr Vernon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesalcdealcrs in aerated waters and  fruit syrups. Solo agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone CO.  CLEANING  AND  REPAIRING  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  CUTyFRIGES IS THE  ' ORDER OF THE DAY  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND EAKK STREETS, NKLSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  Successors to  A. DEWAR & CO.  And I want to bo in it.  Full samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $j0,000 stock to choose from made to  ordor at pricos never before hcaid of in Nelson.  All tho latest fads in Fancy  I have just received  ' " " " :o-  to  Bl-  Vestings for  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  Rooms 1 aud 11, Hillyer block.  your ordor at p  m.  All tho If _  Fall and winter.  Ladies' tnilori  Lowest prices,  STEVENS, The Tailor  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON, B. O.  Coffee roasters aiid dfialorg In Tea and Cofroe.  Olfur fresh root-tod coffee of best quality as  follOWH! '  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound $  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, i pounds  1 00  Santos Blend, 5 pounds  I 00  Our Special Blond, 6 pounds.  1 00  Our Rio Roabt, 6 pounds... . ........ 1 00  A trial order solicited.   Salesroom 2 doors cast  of Oddfellows blonlc, West Bakor Htivot.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles   Mouldings  A-t White Pine Lumber Alwa)s in  We carry a complete stock of  Ooa&fc Flooring, Coiling-, Inside Finish, Turned "Work, Sash unci Doors,  Special' order work will receive  prompt attention.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  W.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner'Baker "and  Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in as-'Miycrs supplies. Agents "for Denver  Fire Clay Co. o�� Denver. Coloiado.  cigars!  K" OOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Kail stiools, Xelson, manufacturer? if "Royal Seal" and "Koote  /lay Belle" brands of cigars.  *~~' COAL.      ]  CROW'S  NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.���,  Wholesale dealers in coal and coke. Charted  St, Raj bo. Agent. Baker street, Nelson.  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER  A Big Schooner  OF BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF.  ALWAYS  BUKSH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  The bcht jjlivsof beer to bo hud tu^N'elson Is lit *���  TIIK CLUB IIOIIIL  f omui Silict aud  dianler Streets.-  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  ITSHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  of Bunk of British  -Columbia building,-  BakerStreet  Contractors end Builders  eoeded iu designing an apparatus  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  by a  Wagon repairing promptly attended to  first class wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repair-  Irg and custom work from outside points.  Shop:   Hall St., between Bakor and Vernon  GENUINE  J. T. FIFE  P. O. Box 660  & CO.  NELSON  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendron'!, Roses, Fancy hvcrjfi cons  Mngnol.ii, Bulbs, new crop tested seeds, for��puiiK  pl.'intliih'. Largest and most complete Mock in  Wohtorn Canada. Call and make your selections  or send for catalogue. AddscbS at the nurnery  grounds and green house.  M. J. HENRY.  30GG Westminster Road, Vaucouvor, B. C.  WILL DO WELL TO  uy i heir lumoer  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock of first-class dry material on  hand, albo a full line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard i   Foot of Hondryx stroob, Nelson  Telephone. 91    ^Q\\\_   B&��,   kgBf\t  Notice of Application for License.  I, Adolphc LapointP, of the City of Nelson, in  thu pnnnice ol Rritish Columbia, hold keeper,  hoieby give notice thaL I intend to applj to tho  Koard of Licence Commissioners loi (lie City of  Nelson, ut their IliM nu'ctinj,' lo he held after the  oxpuittion of thirl j days horn tint, date for  license io sell vinos, spn its, b'jer and other fermented and intoxicating Ihiuop-Ijj retail, in my  hotel, known as the "Monti cal Hotel," situation  lots numbered 2S and 21, in block niitnbeicd <j7, in  the said City of NolhOii. A. LAPOLSTK.  Kelson, h. C, Kehruuty 8th. J!J0O.  SAWMILL   FOR   SALE.  The sawmill and plant lalclj. owned hy Joseph  T. Itohctts, ut l^fceit's Lmiling, und consistinK  of .v 30 hor��e jio'woi boilei, engine, Giiilllh &  Wedge up rig sawmill, edgei, planer, heltisKf,  etc., etc., will be sold wheie they now t>tanu.  Apply to  TAYLOU Sc IIANNlNGTOJf, Solicitors.  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  J dooiiS west of Dominion ICxpiess ollleo.  1\ U. Box Siy,   1'hones: Otllce 117, House 1.12  VOU   HUNT  One :t lloom Ilt/ii'-o and one r> Room House.  . Mill SAMi-  Tliice Lots on lliktr slieol.  A Muck H'wk.  Houses and l.otn in all p.uw (if the cit).  Loans, and iiisiuanec piomplly aiicmiud lo.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL  BROKER  COMMISSION * MERCHANTS.  ;  CO.���Uakcr street, Nelson,  dealers   in   liquor5!,    cigars,  cement, fire brick a"hd Are clay, water pipe and  steel rails, arid general comniiB��ion meichanta.  HJ. EVANS ,  ���   wholesale  FLOUR AND FEED.    ���  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���-Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New  minster.  gram  West-  TAYLOU KKKD &. PltODUOB CO.-Baker  stieet. Nel-on, (Hcorgo V. Motions old  stntul ) I'lour, Teed. Cram. Hay and J'rodticC.  Ciu lots a special!}. Coire&pundcncc solicited.  Phone 26.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  PBUKNS Sc   CO.-Baker  street,   Nelson,  ���   wholcniilo dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage  i  GE0CERIES.  A MACDONALD & CQ.-Corner Vernon and  �� Josephine sheets, wholesale gioccis and  jobbers l'lblatiketsrgloves, nntts. hooti=, rubbers,,  iimckiiiaws and miners'Mtndrics.  K" "OOTKNAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LlMI'  TBI)���Voinon    Sired,  Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.   lorm*.  U0}iil  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy  Ono  lot   on   Stanley   si icut,  opposite  hot el, for sale at n bai gam.  Ony se\en-!ooiiie(l house mid one throe-room  hou- fo.-1-ent.^       ^^   ANNABLK  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box 559. TKLKPHONK NO. 95  ONEYTo LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. L. LKNNOX, Solicitor, Nelson B. C  FOR   SALE.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Block 1  Block 5  Block 6  Block  1 Cash Offer  P For  7 J All Four  Anmtioss  W. F. Teetzel, Nelson,  fOIIN CJtOLIMTUII & CO.-  "-  hoii, whulcalo gioceiB.  -Front, btreet, Nel-  J.  In l  ��.  Y. Cim-'KLV   &  CO.-Corncr Vornon and  Jos-iiphino street*, Nelson, wholesalo dealers  In provisions-, cured meats, butter and fggs.   "it. STKWAHT Sc CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  H. track, foot, of Stanley hlreot. Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in provisioiiH, produce Jam!  fiuits. Cold hloiago. Agent*) Armour Sc Co.^s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES."  HI3YKUS& CO.-Corner llakerand Josephine  ��� el roots, Nelson, wholosalo dealers in hard-  waie and wining supplies. Ajgenlofor Giant  i^wdorCo. aJ.,___J,   L" "aWKKNCE HARI)\VAKK ICOJ1PANY-  Uaker Ki., Nelnon, wholertile dealers In  hat dware and-mining supplies, and water itnd  plumbers'supplies.    V" ANCOUVKK HAHDWAHK COMPANY,  LLMITKI)���Raker street, N'cit-ou, wholesale  dciders in hard ware and mining hupplies, plumbers and UiiMiiillis' supplies.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TUKNKH, UEKTON Sc CO.-Cdrner Vernon  and Josephino streets, Nelson, wholesalo  dealers in liquor*, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. cf Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgar}.   PAINTS   AND   OILS.  NKLSON HARDWARB COMPANY-Baker  SLrcet��� Wholesalo dealers in paints, oils,  and brushes of all kinds. Largest stock ia  Kootenay.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street Nelson, manufacturers of dyiianulo,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealeis in caps and fube, and oleotnc  blasting apparatus.   SASH AND DOORS,  NKLSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS  LIMITHD���Corner Front and Hall stieets.  Nelson, manufacture! s of and wholesale dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to ordrr.   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NKLSON TKNT AND AWVINlj I-'ACTORY-  Uaker M r< cl, Nelson.   Jliuiiitncltu ers of nil  goods.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  IVJadden House  Bakor and Ward  SUeets, Nelson  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under onu management since 1890.  The hnd-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity. ,  The bar Iq always stocked by the best domestic and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDKN, Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL   erie, b. a  First-class In every respect.   Cholcost wines, ,  liquor* and cigars.   Every comfort for transient  and resident guests.  _  HEADQUARTiIRS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSKPn CAM-PIIELL, Proprietor.  Vernon Street, Nelson.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS   .     -  kootenay Cigar Pflfg. Go.  NKLSOX HHITrSIf COLUMBIA  kinds-  I'. O. Box 7ii.  Jtb  I'liLO. MadMiii. luopiiefur.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY, LIMI-  TKD���Corner Front and Hall atrools, Nolson, wholesale dealers In wines <caso aud bulk)  aud domestic audimporled cigars.  R. BEISTERER & CO'  JIKKWEKS ASli UOTTLEKS OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  ^r^r,S^ie_ _ Biewery atfeton  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention Ki\u�� lo family trado  '^Xr^t.     FBANK A, TAMBLYH  Nelaou, U. C.  MAN.VGKll THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY APRIL 11  1900  r-  K  \n  J r>  I V  I i  If  l-li  Si  M  I/A  li  |9'  h  II  I  I  ir-  Rubber Gloves  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  The proper  cleaning  thing for spring house-  and gardening  Furniture Polish  To make your Furniture look as good  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS'SUPPLIES  g  ing  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  217 210 Baker Street ���  for  Xti  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  ^tT-^^Sr'-sr^*?^^^^^       - 0-0-0-0-00^0-0.0-0-0-0?:?^  ESTABLISHED   IN   NELSON  IN 1890  For your  Easter  Trade  No one feature about our line o�� Spriiif? Jewelry is of more importance than the  fact that.we can give yon the beat made.  iti  Hi  iti  Bi the best tlt.it ia made, wc moan the'highest in quality nnd (he latest in stjle.  You ,v.o, ibsolulely sure of both when you buy of u��. Yon will soon be buying your  Spring and .Easter presents. If yoti have bought fiom us before you can be absolutely  ��;iiic that you aie making the best bid with jour money; It's worth something to be  tine, but wc charge nothing extra for this suictj. On the contiary it costs you less lor  (hcsiirct} that goes with oui goods than the soirow- that may come from purchasing  flbiCw here. Perhaps 3 ou do not know how popular we arc i\ ith our ouhtomeis. Try us  when j ou want (o make sure of quality and good treatment.  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  Jewelry and Wateh Repairing Guaranteed.  Mail orders receive careful and prompt attention.  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  Hi  xti  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  ,��/  ���lS-^-TS''0''0S'-TS^S-0-0-0-0-0 ^�����S-'?T''sr-��t��'s;'��!''C'<^'*��>'��^*->"  Great  Clearing'  Sale  ��� ���  $12,000   Stock   of  Dry   Goods  Selling at Wholesale Cost  ,  We have received a large consignment of  Underskirts which are Exceptional Values.  Fane/ Percale Underskirts at 75c  Black Sateen Underskirts at $125 and S1.50  Fancy Colored   Mercerised   Sateen   Underskirt (flounced) at $2.15 and $2.75  Fancy Colored Silk Underskirts at S3.25  New Shirt 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  KLLIOT  BLOCK  BAICEK Sl'KKKT  Jt\.t  ASK YOUR GROCER  THE CELEBRATED  The Best that Money <san Buy.      Take no Other.  MtniifoofiHCd by tbe Hiackuian-ICcr Milling Co,, U(f.  Victoiia, Vancouver, Westminster, Edmonton, KosblumI, Nelson. ^^  That light is Poor  GAS PITTING ODJR SPECIALTY  PLUMBIN�� OF ALL KINDS _  Victoria Street, opposite Postoluco.  UT US PUTJH CAS  STRACHAN BROS.  DITY LOCAL HEWS  The transfer of the Bluebird mineral claims, situated nl tin; head of Caribou  creek in the I'oiid d'Oreillo mountains from W.  lUctJiiiness, Kossliind, to W. U. Townsond also of  Itos.sIn.nd, was recorded yesterday.  Mrs. F. M. Dodds and sister, Miss  li. I tilth of Spokane, are llio guests of their  pal cuts bore lor a tow days.  James Cameron and  A. Clark  of  the local V. I'. It. operating stall" have been  transferred lo the Columbia & Western road  under trainmaster Lawrence's direction. Thoy  left yesterday for Itobson.  Fifteen cars of slag were dumped  on the Crow'-i Nest track at llio C 1\ It. yards  yesterday. This track lias been overrun with  small mud slides during: tho spring, and the slug  i.s put on to counteract the tendency of the clay  to become greasy in wet \yeathoi1.  The   school   established   by tbe  Sisters of St. .losp'ph at Xelson less than four  months ago his V20 pupils enrolled, and apparently the staff of teachers are doing their work  well, for the numbor of pupils increase eacii  week. It is a boarding as well as a day .school,  and a few more boarding pupils can bo accommodated.  At   the police   court   yesterday.  morning Michael McAndrews was charged with  stealing lumber from, no ir tho CP.lt. depot,  the lumber being the property of H. ,T. Jjvuns &  Co. A number of witnesses wore examined and  McAndrews Anally convinced magistiate Crease  that be had taken the lumber under the impression that it belonged to another party with  .whom lie had an arrangement. Tho case was  dismissed.  The month of March was a record breaker with the Kootenay Cigar Manufacturing Company, tlieir output aggregating  "2,000 cigars. The linn anticipate passing this  mark in April if tho necessary stock can be secured without delay.  Edward   Mahon   of   the   Nelson  Land and Improvement Company was in tho  city yesterday and went over the land owned by  the corporation in Boijustown. The company  propose expending considerable sums in draining  certain parts of their property and will also apply for government assistance in opening up  roads. ,  The C. P. R. will proceed at once  ���with the construction of two sidings between  'Nnlso'n a��d Holism'- T''0-'ir��t of these wji] be  located half ^.iy between Nelson and Slocan  Junction, .md the second cqui distant between  the | unction and KobhOn.  The report   from  the  Columbia  is that the river has nscn one foot per daj for  the last week.  J. H. Nolan, collector of customs  at Waneta, is in Nelson on the lookout for.i  house or a lot on which to build a house, as he  intends keeping his faimlj in Xelson. Anjono  ha\ ing either a house 01 a lot for sale should c ill  on iMi  Nolan at the Queen s hotel.  Dave McBeatb has gone over to  the Sound countij, where he bcho\cs theie is to  be some l.ulway constitution this summer.  A start was made on the rock  'piic on Victoiia street .icstorday. The woik is in  eb.irgc of foreman .Met!.C lid. -who. it is claimed,  is one of the best ion Ic moil in Kootenay. Three  gangs of dnlleis will he omploj cd.  The Rosslanders carp at the, Nelson elcctiio light "iorMcc, which i; fully adequate  for piosent needs, but mst now thej uic complaining that thej thenisehcs ha^o paid $10,000  roi asewoinge sjs,tcm which they cmnoc use,  and ?1.A000 fora walerwoiks sjstcm winch affords no pi election against the. People take a  long time to find out llieu own shortcomings.  A very pretty wedding took place  on Monday night at the Methodist pai.sonagc,  when tho lie v. John Robson united In Llio bonds  of holy miilinriYinj John Heplm.n nnd JIiss  Annie KiiLccrTUjicIiCiin, both of this citj. Mr.  Hepburn has i ccently built a beautiful house in  the Humc Addition, wheie thej will take tip  their residence. i  The sale of-the Baker street lots <  cast of the Queen's hotel did not go llnough yes  lei day, as tbe upset price was noil cached.  William   Hatch,   a   young   man  woikingasapamtci ou J. Clayton's house near  th{,lioscnt��]. met with a pasty accident vester-  d.iy. He fell from a scaflold 30 feel, landing on  some rocks. His face was teinbly cut, the sialp  torn .md his bodj biuiscd gencnilly. l>r, Rose  put J "J btitehcs in IliUch's face.  At Yorkwood, Silica street, on  the 10th instant, ills. G. Stanley Kellaway of a  daughter.  Chief Jarvis "had   his   attention  di.vwii to a furious case yosteiday afternoon. A  Sandon man who is- said to keep a loslauiant  theie rcpoited to him that he had left S mdon in  tho morning with a woman whom he hclicm'd to  be miniwied and who was to have accompanied   BUSINESS ~MEN TIOK  , To   the Ladies of   Nelson���You  are coidinlh un iled to attend Iho Spiing 3lil-  linen Opening at Madame Knlleld s tuilors, in  the Hall block, on Thuihday. April l'itfi.iuid the  following ten d.ij s. 0\ er lhov, n's clothing sloie,  Ijakei stieet, Xelson, liiiLit.Ii Columbia.  To Let���Rooms furnished or un-  fiirnisheil.   Apply four door�� above (he city hall,  Vli'tOI Ul hllOOL  Wanted���At once, a good  coat  iiiakci. Wlicit irn >>\poiii!! to engage job. P.  Iiuwd, lhe M'Ht'i Vl'ailor, Kiindon, U. U.  Tiik  Tkiuunk    job   department  lias the Iinoit slot k of envelope c^eI made m  Cnii'tdn.  At   the Nelson   Bazaar   can be  "ciin be found the following inlieles: One Now  York s(|umo piano, putc Sl& one Kskriggo organ, pi ice ?|t), one icfiigerator, price $10; one  antique oak hall nick, price SKI. one live-drawer  ehilloniei, jn ice SKHJ. one Wlioolcr tc Wilson  hewing imusliiuo, price SlO.  Furnished rooms to let.   Best of  iili^nilaiii'o. Apply Cninoy hlnck luiuicdmioly  cast nf Oddfellows h.ill.  Wanted ���Situation by competent  woman, as cook in wnail family. Address JI. K.,  Tnbiine.  Lost.���On   April  5Ui instant, a  brown Spaniel dog n lined "Snipe," had on ustetl  chain collar with II. J). A. mailced on (nllar.  I'nider will be rewarded on appljing to W. A.  Ward, Ciireof Waid Uios . Veison, H. C.  Spot cash  paid for second-band  goods of all kinds at the Xelson Kuaar, Malone  & Tiogillus block.  Niekerson���Watchmaker,   Baker  stieel, opposite Queen's hotel. Twenty-five years  experience. ,  The household effects of Mrs. ,T.  K. Miisnii and Ml A. W. Peck for Sale at the  wareioomsof tho Xelson llu/ntir, Malonr & Tio  gillus block. Call and inspect, ab thej must be  sold before Api il nth.  Houses  furnished with   new and  hecond hand fiirmti'ic, oi mned new and second  hand fiunituie. on the installment plan, by the  Xelson lld/Mxr, Malone & Ticgillus block.  When your watch don't keep  tunc, sec Niekerson, Baker si reet. Satisfactory  work or no cbaiges.  Hack   calls   left at the Bodega  Saloon.   Telephone 171.  Man going to Cape Nome has con-  sigtied nil his household furniture lo Xickeuso'i.  litokori-ttoot, opposite Queen's hotel. Call and  hai c ji look. IlJankotw, sheets, table cloths, pillows, and everything you want. Ooods must be  .sold at opec.  him to the States. En route to Nelson he committed his wad, consisting of ��70, to her for safe  keeping, hut on arriving here sho was claimed by  another man who said ho was her husband, and  left with him, neglecting to return (he money.  The question was argued at some length by the  parties, and the Sandon man finally accepted ��1(1  in settlement. The trio did not leave tlieir  names.  Edward  Young, aged   05 years,  died Monday night at the general hospital. Deceased was admitted to the institution on the J'h  instant on a certificate from tho city ollicinls. He  hud walked to Xelson from Greenwood, sleeping  in lhe open on route, without blankets, thereby  contracting double pneumonia, wliich, coupled  with heart trouble, caused death.  The  engineering department   of  t,he C, P. It. is calling for bids for llio construe-  titinof retaining walls and the straightening of  the alignment of the road between Nelson and  Itobson. The work calls for an aggregate expenditure of San.im and includes tho tilling of It)  trostlcN. Tenders are also asked for Iho excavation of yard tracks al. Itossland and the construction of a new 1SU x .'!0 freight shed. s  The Nelson rifle company has re^  ceived an invitation from the queen's birthday  celebration committee of Kaslo to spend the holiday there and assist the cilizons in observing the  occasion loyally. Captain G. I). Iteid of So, I  company. Kooky Mountii'n Hangers, has charge  of the correspondence, and states that tho Itossland company is also to he invited to participate  in the festivities. The local corps has the matter  under consideration. /r  The buildings now located on the  site of tho proposed Clomonts-Kirkpalrick-Wilson  block have been sold io. L. W. Krihs, who will  commence moving them today. Kirkpatrick &  Wilson will occupy the frame building adjoining  the Nelson hotel on the west while building operations are underway.  The , tackle: for; hauling the new  apparatus delivered last week for^tlie'traiiiway'  company is in position, and the work will be proceeded with at once. The machinery weighs JIG  tons and it will boa matter of several weeks to  set ii]) the various machines in working order.  When this is completed the two cars now lying  idle will be put in service at once.  Grand Forks and  Greenwood are  following in Nelson's footsteps, aud limiting the  number of places at which liquor can be sold at  retail. The Nelson plan works well, in that the  hotels and saloons aro of a better class than iu  tho no-limit towns, and the owners o( the hotels  and faloons are always solvent and able to pay  one hundred cents on the dollar.  The trouble (between the Nelson  Coke & Gas Company and its laborers has not yet  been adjusted. Three laborers went to work  yesterday morning and put in u half day when  they refus-d to continue. The company is still  without laborers. '  '    Fourteen Irishmen made fourteen  one-ininute speeches apiece last night at a well  known Hakcr street hotel. "  The city engineer says the tramway track is practically the grade on Stanley  street from the Hall Minos road to Bakor streot.  Tbe.track will have to bo raised a few inches for.  bii'e block and lowered ii fcW inches for another.  The work of grading will probably bo commenced  today.  The skirt dancing, turn has been  cut out of tho program of K. P. Whalloy's vaudeville entertainment on Thursday evening, and a  buck-and-wing dance by. 10. McGinn and a song  bj the ' Gunner from Gal way " have been substituted. ^-  The   sale   of Baker   street lots  which takes place Ibis aftcnoon is the result of an oider made in I he action of F.iinian \ s.  Macclesfield, tho facts lcg.uding which arc of  some interest. About 18(H) Hon. bidncj Paikei.a  youngei bon of lord Macclofleld.  wsitcd Nelson  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  HARDWARE  CO.  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill,  Steam  Hose.  and Suction  Crucible   Cast  Steel   Wire  Rope  5-16 to 1-in. in  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  Agents���Truax Ore Cars, Giant Powder, and Metropolitan Kiise, elc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  and iMH'chascd some properly, the lot on which  Wallace & Miller's store stands and the llfly feet  east of the Hank of Halifax. Humphrey l''ar-  r man of Derbyshire, Kngland. was identified with  /him in Hut investment. Soon after leaving Xelson Mr, Parker died while shooting big game in  India. Iu ordor to secure his interest in the Nelson properly Mr. Kantian instituted an action  and secured an order for Ihc sale of Hie lots.  Cecil Ward, of Davis, Howes & Ward, was appointed to conduct the sale which takes place today at 2::ffl p.m.. O. A, Waterman & Co.  othciatingas auctioneers.  A marriage    license   was issued  yesterday to  John ..Theodore   Thompson   and  lvathorino Bell, both of Slocan City.  Boer Prisoners Landed Again.  .Gai'13 Town, April 9.���The remainder of the Boer prisoners that  were on board the transport off  Simoustown, about 2000 in all, have  been transferred to the mainland.  Rudyard Kipling and sir John  Henry Villiers, chief justice of Cape  Colony, will sail for England tomorrow.   HOTEL   ARRIVALS;  Railroad Supplies   ��� "-  ���       o       ���       ���  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  At thb Hume.���N. S. Collin?, Spokane; T. N.  Chin, Spokane; G. A. Mitchell, Itossland; .1.  Kemp, Greenwood; H. Hess, Kaslo; W. Miller,  Kaslo; James Waugb. Kaslo: 1).. W. Moore,  Trail; Charles McXicholl, ITavcloek, Ont.:  Charles McLaughlin, Norwood, Out.; It. Bullick,  Balfour: T. N. McSwocny, Montreal; Alfred L.  Iteevc. Silverton; II. K Burgess, Vancouver:-W.  J. Richardson, Kdmonton; A. W. Cameron, Van-'  coiivcr; G. H. Keefer, Greenwood.  AttiikQuken'S.���W. X. Brayton, Kaslo; T.  "Wall, Pilot Bay; K. O.' Lewis, Greenwood; T.  Northridge. Ymir; Mrs. Skinner, Spokane: J. W.  McNeil, Kossland.  __ ���  At thk Piiaih.���T. Tt. Kiln, Vancouver; .1. V.  Welch, Seven Mile Point; .1. W. Stewart, T. .1.  Lcndruin. Spokane; ���'��� I'. Porter, Amhurst, N.S.;  G. O. Buchanan, Kaslo: II. Cameron. 0. C.  Trndgclcv. Greenwood, Mrs. Williams and Mrs.  Athuist, Port Arthui.  At mi, Qukln's.���Olnor Bingo. Howsci; J.  .lones, Vancouver; .I. II N'olan, Waneta;.!. A.  McAlphinc. Proctor; A. Rogers,. Slocan CJitj ; tt.  DcsBrKij, Ymir.  Ar 'int. Tw;\io.s r.���W. King, Oianbiook; W.  Lalonde, If. Desmond, City.  T  ^^0^S^f^^^^0^^^^.^k  y&  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Do You Want the Best ?  We   Have   it!  We beg to advise receipt of a large ,  assortment :of Fancy Groceries, consisting of all the  delicacies that the market affords.  Inspect our stock.   Everything  guaranteed.  THE WESTERN  MERCANTILE COMPANY,  Limited.  FANCY AND STAPLE GROOKKIKS  BAKER STREET, NELSON .  i-<0'&GL;9L.&.d&&&&lZ;  Xif  Hi Arrived   and   opened  iti ���������     ���      -       r���  Hi the finest shipment of  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  i{> Owl Chop No. 30, Pure Ceylon Tea  m        Ram Lai's.well known famous Indian Tea  Hi                     Direct from the Gardens.  \*>    $ KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  "1* l  iti   Telephone 10 185 Baker Street  that Nelson  has  ever had in the market  Hi  iti  \fc  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  ��/  -/mi^9\0'0-0-0-0'ns':0-0-0-0  '   55^c.85'-��r:'S"St.sr'��'��p^��5������.'  POTATOES  A  carload  Vernon  shipment of Early   Rose   Potatoes just "received   from  Those requiring seed potatoes should order at once.  A  tl  P. O. IlOX 17fi.  HOUSTON JJLOCK.  Telephone 101.  I31ue Ribbon Tea Alwii}5 on Hand.  Fresh 1Sk��m Hceeived Dai'y  John J\, Irviqg & Co.  ���^fi_^P'0*> '00-0*'-fi*-00' ^fi*^0^ ' 0*'^ ��� 0*^0* ' j**-**** ' 0*' 0*> ��� 0*>   ^��]&fc  *K ' ^ '^ * ^ ���*����. ' ^ -^ <,*��*','*��.-^***��**.'**.*,��K'^''''"* 'SV^T  Chas. A. Waterman & Cd.  m  m  m  m  m  m  AUCTIONEERS  m  m  m  m  Auction  Real Estate  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  To be sold, pursuant to a judgment of the Supreme Court of British Columbia, made in an  action, Firman vs. Macclesfield, with the approbation of a Jud.^e of the Supreme Court, by Mr-  Charles A. Waterman, at the Auction Booms of Charles A. Waterman & Company, next door  1 to Bank of British Columbia, Baker Street, Nelson, British Columbia, on the  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  iqoo    m  ffl   In separate parcels, namely, Lot 3 in Block 5, and Lot  10 in Block 9, both in the City of  (|\  jf*\   Nelson, according to the Official Plan.     ' - /l\  Particulars and conditions of sale may be had of Davis, Marshall & Macneill, Solicitors, |��  Vancouver, F. M. Chaldecott, Solicitor, Vancouver, and of Davis, Bowes & Ward, Solicitors, ^  Nelson, and of the Auctioneer at Nelson.  Dated this 22nd day of March, A. D. 1900. ^   ���$$   BECK,  District Registrar.  m  m

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