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 DAILY  EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  tme  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  KELSON:  FRIDAY; MORNING, APRIL 13 1900.  PRICE FIVE  CENTS.  MINING AROUND AINSWORTH  Capital for Woodbury Creek.  KA,sr.o, April 12.���[Special to The  Tribune].���-It would seem as if the  day of the calami by howler at Kaslo  has gone b}r. Ifc is said that an  American company, which has $;>,-  000,000 behind ib, will open np thirty or more claims on Woodbury  creek, and will put in a short electric, railway to bring bhe ore down  to Kootenay Lake.  Ainsworth is picking up now  thab the compressed air company  is about to supply air to the Tariff,.  No. .1 ' and ' other mines. There is  much concentrator talk. After being closed down for eight years the  United mine at Ainsworth is to be  started up again. Frank Heap has  bonded it. The mine belongs to the  old Revelstoke smelter company. -  This" Tr in link circulates extensively. An absentee Kaslo landlord saw in The Trihune a reference to the proposed Kaslo smelter,  and wrote to S. S. Counanton, remarking on the item and offering a  free site.  Kaslo Catholics want to have a  resident priest. At a meeting held  in the office of the Lodestar Mining  Company, it was decided to petition  the bishop to appoint one. Father  Cote pays this town periodical  visits.  D. C. MacGregor, the only one of  the delegates to the Vancouver Liberal convention who has yet returned, says G. O. Buchanan is trying to  ��� ���������,��� get thejnflueuce of mine managers  and Conservatives; that George  ���'- Kane is seeking the Joe Martin  nomination ; while "Lardo Jack" is  holding the balance of power. Mr.  MacGregor declares that while he is  still a strong anti-Martin man, lie  voted against the admission of Lhe  Cassiar delegates, save two, and ho  would do the same thing again.  llp��claims that tho others did not  properly represent Caspar.  "Bob" Green does not look as if  tiie comiug political conteSD was  worrying him at all.  Another Cranbrook Disappearance.  Ora>tukook> April H. [Special  toThoTiibime.]��� W. 0. McClellan,  a lie contractor having his camp  ab Jalftey, live miles east of the  Kootenay rher, disappeared about  ten days ago, aud no brace has since  been found of him,1 although diligent search has been made. Ab the  time of his disappearance he had  ��� boQii drinking, and had fasted a  day or two. lie was observed to  strike out into bhe brush, and that  was the last seen of him. Ib is  feared that he perished some where  in the timber from exhaustion.  A new sawmill -will bu installed  in Cranbrook next week. T. W.  >Leask has an outfit cn route to this  town with a capacity of 20,000 feet  per day, including lath and shingle  machinery. The mill will be operated in conjunction with his planing mill and sash and door factory,  which is now one of Cranbrook's  ���prosperous institutions.  A powder magazine at tho Lake  Shore mine, Moyie, exploded Tuesday night from .some unknown  eaufo. Aside from the loss of the  powder and the building, no damage was done.  The official programme of the opening will be issued today. The ceremony will be very simple. About  12,000 people will be admitted, including the whole parliament, all  tho ministers and ambassadors, including Dr. Leyds and the papal  nuncio.  FIRING IN VARIOUS PLAGES  Pretoria Versions.  Pretoria, April 11.���A heavy  cannonade was heard this morning  in- the direction of Bultfontein,  situated-midway between Winburg  and Boshof, in the Orange Free  State, and north of Brandfort.  Advices from��� Wepener, where a  British force is surrounded, say the  battle continues. About 1500 British troops are said to'be there'.'  Advices, from the Boer headquarters in Natal say that after a heavy  bombardment the British are retiring in the direction of Ladysmith.  The Boer announcement of the  reoccupation of Smith field by the  burghers, just received, is no hews,  as the small British force at that  point withdrew after the Reddersburg affair. It now appears that  general Brabant is at Aliwal North,  and that only a portion of his column is at Wepener.  Post  Office Bobbed.  Frederick, Maryland, April 12.  --Three masked robbers blew open  the safe in the post office at Mount  Airy with dynamite last night, and  secured $950 in staups and $350 iii  cash. The building was wrecked  by the explosion.* Charles Moser, a  telegraph operator, was attracted  by the explosion. He was covered  with a pistol, taken into the building "and witnessed the robbery.  The robbers compelled him to stand  with uplifted hands until they  had made their escape.  ' Cape Town Items.  Cape Towx, April 12.���The  Strathcona contingent lost 183  horses during the voyage owing to  au outbreak of pneumonia. The  Bloemfontein correspondent of the  Cape Argus says: "Qlivier's commando is moving in the direction  of Smithfield. ' -Five different  different laageis are located be:  tween Bethany and the Kaffir  river, lying parallel to the railway  12 miles eastward."  BOERS ARE VERY RESTLESS  The Burghers' Plan.  Bloemfontein, April 11.���According to the information received  here, the Boer activity eastward of  the railroad and in proximity to  the border is largely due to the  fact that presidents Kruger and  Stein have found they are unable  to keep their forces together in inactivity, the burghers declaring they  are unwilling to remain with their  commandoes unless actively employed, even if they are convinced  that the British game is a.^waiting-  game. " ���   '  It is believed that the Boer commando was originally designed to  oblige lord Roberts to weaken his  force at Bloemfontein in order- to _  protect the railroad. Then the  Boers would have attemptedto recapture the capital. The burghers  are evidently ignorant of the enormous forces lord Roberts hias at his  disposal.  Advices from. De Aar siding say  the Boers are busily entrenching  their position east of Brandfort,  running parallel with the railroad,  while still strongly holding the  Watervaal drift waterworks.  Colonials Doing Splendidly.  Am\vai, North, April 12.���Colonial troops are still holding their  ,own splendidly at Wepener. Cannonading recommenced this morning. The Boer attack yesterday  was not set ions. The British are  carefully husbanding their ammunition, and their guns arc making  excellent practice. The Boers are  short of ammunition. A patrol returning from Smithfield leports  that small groups of Boers are visible in that.neighborhood.  THE BOERS PLUCK UP HEART  Faint-hearted Sent Home.  ��� New-YorS,''April 12.���Under a  Pretoria date comes to the Herald  an interesting description of the  fighting and the state of feeling in  the Transvaal capital and conveying the hews that the federals have  taken fresh courage and have no  idea, of laying down their arms.  This dispatch is dated Monday of  this week, and reads:  "The relief of Ladysmith and  Kimberley aud general Cronje's disaster coming together, caused the  Boers to become panic-stricken and  temporarily abandon Bloemfontein.  "Had lord Roberts been able to  "folfow lip his success, the war might  have been ended now, but the British reached Bloemfontein utterly  fagged out and recuperation was  absolutely necessary. This afforded  time for the Boers to recover, and  now the military situation is not  necessarily more" unfavorable than  two months ago.  "The ' faint-hearted havo been  weeded from the reserves and the  lighting commandoes are now composed of resolute men. The decision to send the captured Boers to  St. Helena makes it certain that  the Boers will not surrender except  iu "the last extremity. The average  burgher prefers death to exile. A  military attache, who is much respected, thinks six months the lowest probable duration of the war.  The Boors will probably continue  to fight, eA'en if they lose Pretoria,  which is uulikely to occur f��r a  long time to come yet."  latest is ihtti colonel Dalgary's  force occupies ~'a . position outside  Wepener, while the Rouxville eom-  . mando occupies the town itself.  The pressure there should be partially relieved within the next  twenty-four , hours. Lieutenant  Nix, the Dutch military critic who  was wounded at Koornspruit, died  today during an operation."  AT THE SHOW LAST NICHT  A Good-'Performance.  Local talent appeared in a new  Hue at the operas; house last night  when E. P. Whalley put oh his  vaudeville ente^t-Sintnent in aid., of'  the Canadian Patriotic Fund, and  right well did iheyVac-quit themselves. Manager Whalley was disappointed last night by the quartette, two of -Avliose members were  unwell, . and ibyi>jF. Worthiugton,  who put in neither an appearance  nor an excuse. (^Notwithstanding  these drawbacks 'the entertainment  was an'exceedingly enjoyable one  and passed Off very smoothly.  The feature of i; the first part of  the program- waisy of   course, the  comedietta, "My; IJncle's -,Will," in  which" Mrs. Whailey 'proved herself  a clever actress' as  the7charming  Florence   Marigold if;R- VM-"--' Macdonald and C^;Bi.^rinter were good  as Charles Cashmorfeiand-Mr. Barker  respectively,   the' Apiece /being deservedly well received;;-v'Just before  the comedietta: J.3G.  Devlin 'sang  "The Agricultural Irish Girl," givT  ing "The Sporting Man" in response  to a well earned recall. ��� The "Gunner"    is   a   favorite: with Nelson  audiences.   R. Slugg and E. McGinn  also gave a neat span ing exhibition.  After the interval  C. B. Winter  sang  the   "Motor    Car,"   a   comic  song the encore to which was that  funny parody, "A Long Time Ago."  Then came  W. H.  Dowsing  with  magic and   mystery,  and   an extremely clever magician he is.' Any  professionals who   come here aud  hope to surpass .him must look to  their laurels.     The ^audience, was  delighted with his'eltArer tricks.   E.  ROBERTS IS SAWING WOOD  Situation Reviewed.  London, April 13.���4:05 a.m.���In  a roundabout way London hears  that lord Roberts, when wiring the  prince of Wales at Copenhagen  congratulations upon his escape  from assassination, added two or  three hopeful sentences portending  an early advance with far reaching  combinations. Quiet assurances  are passed round among military  men that lord Roberts is employing  his great army effectively, and that  the more adventurous of the Boer  commandoes are likely to be enmeshed. .���������������������.  Scraps of news; here and there,  have reached England tonight over  comparatively idle cables, but they,  do not illuminate the situation.  The colonials at Wepener still hold  off the Boers. Lord^ Methuen has  worked eastward until he is within  SO miles of Kroonstadt. The Boers  have gone around Ladysmith and.  have appeared at Dewdrop and  other places on general Buller's  flank and rear. The officers of  Buller's Irregular Horse estimate  the Boers in Natal at 18,000, Jbut  these figures are probably in excess  of tiie truth, 10,000 being regarded  here as the outside number. ���:��� After  general.'-Hart's, brigade leayes him,  general Buller will have: close upon  35,000 men. It is generally as:  -sumed'that this brigade is going to  join lord Roberts, but its destination is unknown.  The Boer note to Portugalregard-  ing the use by the. British of the.  Biera route for the transportation  of troops to Rhodesia may, if the  Boers act against Portugal, lead  Great Britain to land troops at  Lorenzo Marquez. This possibility  has been seriously discussed, and is  referred to at length iu the morning  papers today.  The work of the" Boer peace  commissioners has begun. Mr. Fischer has as-ked Italy to iuterveno,  and the Italian minister of foreign,  affairs has replied that while he'  would receive tbe .commissioners,  the'besfc lie could  do would  be. to  Kecruits for Strathcona's Horse.  OfTA"VVA, April 12.���[.Special to  Tho Tribune.]���Tho fifty additional  men for Strathcona's IIor.se will be  selected from British Columbia, the  Northwest territories and Maui toba.  The recruiting officer will nob leave1  tho main line of tiie Canadian Pacific railway. He will start from  Vancouver, remain one day at Revelstoke, two at Calgary, one at  Moosemin and two at Winnipeg.  The name of the officer and the actual dates will be announced later  on. Applicant* must be good horsemen, good shots and unmarried.  Hanging Was Postponed,  Ottawa, April 12��� [Special to  The ' Tribune].���Harry Williams  was to be hanged in Toronto tomorrow, Good Friday, for murder. The  Dominion government has granted  a respite of 24 hours iu reply to an  appeal from the citizens of Toronto  nob to have a hanging on Good  Fiiday.   The Paris Exposition.  New York, April 12.���A Paris  cable says immense stops are now  being taken for the Completion of  the exhibition sufficiently to permit  opening on Saturday. Scaffolds are  "disappearing, and the wilderness of  bricks and mortar is being traus-  rormcr|, into   attractive   gardens.   -Investing-in- Greenwood.   Greenwood, April 12.--For Eastern Canadian miuing investors, Andrew Laidlaw of Spokane, today  bonded the Moron claim, the southern extension of the Buckhorn  mine, in Deadwood camp, for $30,-  000. Mr. Laidlaw has been spending the past two weeks here with a  view to securing a site for a pyritic  smelter. He has a deal on to purchase the Boundary Falls power,  three miles south of hero.  The Panama Canal.  New York, April 12.���President  M. IIutin of the Panama Canal Company, bailed today on the French  lino steamer L'Aquitniue. Mr.  IIu tin arrived in this city a month  ago and after a short stay went to  Panama to overlook the progress of  the work on the canal. He refused  to discuss his mission today further  than to Fay it was in connection  with the canal.  In Spite of the Bain.  Dublin, April 12.���Much to the  public's surprise, the queen drove  out late this afternoon in a closed  landau, accompanied by princess  Henry of Batten burg. The route  extended through Castle Knock  village, returning by way of Phoenix  Gate at 1:40 p.m. In spite of the  pouring rain, her majesty expressed  pleasure at her outing.   Slocan-Star Starts Up.  Kaslo, April 12.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���The big Slocan Star  mine has started up again with 70  men. The concentrator is also  working. "We will put on more  men as soon as we can get them,"  said manager White to The Trih-  uxe, "there are plenty of men iu  Sandon but we want the best."  Close on Good Friday.  New  York,  April 12.���All  the  exchanges in this city will be closed  tomorrow and Saturday, with , the  exception of the Produce Exchange,  which closes tomorrow only.  Boers Getting Left.  Auwai, North, April 12.���News  from a Boer source at Wepener, officially communicated, says that  four Boer guns have been disabled  and four commandants killed or  wounded. On Thursday night the  British made a sortie, capturing a  Boer gun and taking some prisoners.  Dumb for Life.  Kingston, Ont., April 12.���Private Bradshaw of "D" company,  first contingent, who was wounded  at Paardeberg, writing to a friend  here, says that the bullet stiuck  him in the neck, severed the vocal  cords, thus depriving liim forever  of the power of speech.  Lifeboatmen Drowned.  ' London, April 13. As the result  of the wreck of a fishing boat on  the north Cornish Coast early this  morning, three fishermen and two  lifeboatmen were drowned. Tiie  lifeboat went to the rescue of the  imperilled fishermen and was upset  in the attempt to save their lives.  Are Outside Wepener,  London, April 13.���The Bloemfontein correspondent of the Times,  telegraphing Thursday, says:  "The  McGinn   followed   with    a   clever    ���wo ���_au AL_ WU1U  llu   ,YUUlti  ���D   tu  buck-and-wiug dance.   A recitation    transmit their proposals to London,  by J. McKay was the next turn,    ^��� *~"������---  L1 -   - ���   ~^^--  and as it wfts then 11 p.m., Mr.  Whalley cut out his own turn, and  the audience broke up singing the  National Anthem.  The successful performance last  night again > suggested the offceu  asked question : "Why is thoro no  Nelson Dramatic Club?" With the  local talent Nelson can boast of,  there is no reason why wo should  be entirely dependent on the tender  mercies of travelling shows, which  take the money they make out of  the town with them, are only too  frequently nob worth going to  see.  The returns were not accurately  known la&;fc night, but ib i.s understood that the sum netted the  Canadian Patiiotic Fund was in the  neighborhood of $200.  DAILY MAIL'S CABLEGRAMS  Koberts is Hopeful.  London, April 13.���A dispatch to  the Daily Mail from Lorenzo Marquez, dated Thursday, says: "Ib is  reported from Pretoria that a Boer  commando is moving through Basn-  land. This i.s said bo be a clever  ruse to draw the British away from  Wepener.  "About "2000 foreigners constitute  the new foreign legion in Pretoria,  including Cossacks in uniform.  Several fresh recruits leave here for  Pretoria today including a French  captain, brother of the late general  de Villebois-Mareuil."  The Copenhagen correspondent of  the Daily Mail says: "Lord Roberts,  iu- a telegram to the prince of  Wales tendering congratulations on  hehalf^of tlio troops in South Africa  upon the escape of the prince of  Wales at Brussels, spoke very hopefully of the situation at the front."  Starting Work on the Mist.  Work has been started for the  season on the Mist Fraction, which  belongs to the British America Corporation. The Misb is the northern  extension of tiie well-known Ymir  mine.    Plague Eiots.  Bomijav, April 12.���Plague riots  have taken place at Cawnpore,  where the isolation camp has been  destroyed and 18 persons have  been killed. The rioters killed  five constables and threw their  bodies in the burning camp.  thus following the course of the  United States Sir Alfred Milner,  replying to the deputation of clergymen in Capa Town on Thursday,  said:  "Never again, must be the motto  of all thinking aud humane men,  bub not from lust of conquest or a  desire to trample on the gallant, if  misguided. There must be no compromise or patchwork in the settlement and uo opportunity for misunderstanding. The British will  no longer toleiate a dissimilar and  ^antagonistic political system in a  country which nature and history  have declared to be one."  * Jn these absolute utterances of  Mr. Milner, he speaks for- the Imperial government.  Ibis calculated thab lord Roberts  has 121,000 troops, with 10,000 more  afloat or~under~ orders The Avar  of/ice has instiuctcd officers nob to  take any more expanding bullets to  Africa for revolvers. Mr. Steyn,  brother to the president, in the  course of an interview at Bloemfontein paid: "The original war  plan Of the Boers was to overrun  all Cape Colony, but, ou becoming  involved in the sieges of Kimberley  and Ladysmith, the burghers found  tho design spoiled. To this I at-  tribute the Boer failure to conquer  the British. J expect the war to  la&t until ChristinaV  . The seventh month of the war is  beginning with Ed^ter tide and the  morning papers' editorials expatiate upon the need of bobcrnusi.  Leave of Absence.  PuirroRiA, April 11.--The Free  State Gazette publishes an order to  tho effect that no person who has  been commandered for active service has the right to send a substitute without the consent of the  landiost. In reference to the matter of leave of absence, the Gazette  says that squads of 10 per cent of  each command will be relieved for  period" of 12 days, their relief being  chosen by ballot. This is intended  to meet the wishes of the burghers  desiring to plant their crops.  Supplies for South Africa.  New Yokic, April 12.- -More than  5000 tons of stuffs for the British  army in South Africa and a large  number of mules started for Cape  Town yesterday on the steamer  Clan Roberts. A consignment of  27,000 bales of hay is to be landed  at Cape Town. Considerable  amounts   of  staple   articles,   con  signed to private firms both at  Delagoa bay and Beira, are known  to be aboard the ship, but their  destination cannot be foreshadowed. So far as can be ascertained  no powder or guns went in the  vessel. .    -  THE PROVINCIAL  GAZETTE  Latest Announcements.  Victoria, April 12.���The Provincial Gazette today contains the following appointments:   "To be justice of the peace, E. M. Sandilands  of   Sandon   and  Alex Graham of  Alexis creek; William' Hen ry Lilly  of Sandon to be be: a provincial  coroner; James  McQuerrie and A.  J. Sexsmith of Commonage, William Wimons of Vernon and W. J.  Webster of Goldstreaim to be fence  viewers for Spallumcheen; Alex McDonnell, Howard Derby and Charles  Christian of Lumby and  G. N. Cox  of Creighton   valley   to   be fence  viewers for Osoyoos; W. G. McMinn  of Midway to be registrar of the  Greenwood registry of the supreme  court; S. R. Almond of Grand Forks  to be registrar of the'..Grand  Forks  reg'istry of the supreme court (these  two appointments take effect May  15th, when the registraries will be  established); William Delahay and  Donald Matheson of Phoenix to hold  small  debts courts; F. Lyon, Tom"  Creek.and F. J. Badson of Fort Sb.  John, aud A. McNab of, Fort Sb.  James to be mining recorders.  An examination for assayers for  a license to practice in British Columbia will be held in the laboratory of the bureau of mines, Victoria, on May 14th and following  days.  The following companies are incorporated: McKenzie Brothers,  Vancouver, capital $30,000; Methodist Recorder Printing and Pub-  lishng Company of Victoria, $10,-  000; North'Fork Lumber Company  of Greenwood, capital $100,000; Silverton Water Company, of Silver-  ton, $30,000.     r      _  ~R. A. Dickson and P. T.McCul-  hiiri are applying for the incorporation of the Boundary Rapid Transit  Company for building a tramway  from Cascade Ci by along the Kettle  river valley to Grand Forks, thence  up the north fork of the Kettle  river'50 miles, to Carson City, with  spurs to Phceniv, Greenwood and  Midway.  WILL BE A LIMITED COMPANY  The Kootenay Cigar Company.  An important business change is  pending in connection with 'he  Kootenay Cigar Manufacturing  Company. Application has been  made for letters of incorporation  for a new company to take over the  business, and the enterprise will  shortly be conducted under the  same name but as a limited company. ,  The provisional directors, of the'  Kootenay Cigar "Manufacturing  Company, Limited, are: Thomas J.  Sims, T.R. Archbold, J.Laing Stocks,  J. H. Bowes and Cecil Ward. The  capital stock is $50,000, $30,000 of  which is to be called up at once.  ��� The old fh;m did a thriving business^ but2 could not, handle the  amount of trade which came to  thew with the capital at hand, .,  hence the change. Thomas'J. Sims  will retain the management of the  new concern and one of the first  matters for consideration.is that of  securing larger quarters for the  factory. Mr. Sims states that he  could, if the space available was,  large enough,, increase his staff to  thirty men, with a payroll of $900  to $1000 per week.  THE   HAZELWOOD   DAIRY.    -  CHECKED. AT ELANDSLAACTE  A   Two Hours' fighting,  London, April 12.���A special dispatch from Elandslaagfce, dated  yesterday," says:  "Fighting was renewed below  Elandslaagte this afternoon. The,  Boors steadily advanced upon the  1 British jjosibions. There was a continuous rifle fire and the Boers' big  gun Avas in action. Tbe British replied effectively and after two  hours' lighting��� the Boers- were  checked."   Will Not be Drawn.  London, April 13,--The Bloemfontein correspondent of the Daily  Telegraph, telegraphing Wednesday, says: "Lord Roberts declines  to exhaust his men and hordes in  hunting the Boers until his preparations are complete. He will leave  to the enemy the barren comfort of  the occupation of a few farms for a  short time."  Easter Holidays.  Nkw- York, April 11.���The board  of governors of the New York ytook  exchange have decided to suspend  bu��iness from Thursday, April 12th  to Monday the 10th.  Indian Relief Fund.  Hamilton, April 12.���The congregation of tiie First Methodist  church of this city ou Sunday contributed $1,999.09 to the Indian  fund, '   Fire in Omaha.  Omaha, Neb., April 11.���Fire  early this morning destroyed the  trausportion building ou the trans-  Mississippi exposition grounds. It  was tho largest structure on the  grounds.  Metal Quotations.  New York, April 12.���Copper  strong, brokers' 17|(7/:17A,' exchange  J[>17. Load dull, brokers' $l.lo : exchange $4.47].  Boer Envoys go North.  Nai��lks, April 11.���The Boer envoys left here today going by way  of" the St. Gobhard pass.  Messrs. Lowe.& Elliott, who will '  open a local brauch of the Hazel-  wood Dairy iu this city, have taken  a year's- lease  on  the premises in  the Bank of British Columbia block,  formerly     occupied     by     Martin  ,  O'Reilly & Co., and are now engaged  in thoroughly lenovating the same.  The opening of the local branch of  the  famous dairy will be a great  convenience to the people of Nelson",,/  in that tliey will be given the ad- "',  vantage of being in touch with the --  outside markets in the matter of all  first-class dairy products.  Messrs.,Lowe & Elliotc expect to  have their premises ready f��>r bu-si-  l  ness about the middle of next week,' "*��  when in addition to the d-iiry bus]- 'r  ne=s proper thoy  will open a'lirsb-  chtbS line of confectionery, as well  as ice cream parlors.    The premises  will  be  made as  inviting as   the  decorative art can make them.    An  initial shipment of Hazelwood butter aud eggs will bo received today, "  and on Saturday those who are not  familiar   with   the    excellency   of  Hazelwood  products   will  have au  opportunity,to test them.    The milk  delivery will be put ou as soon as  the   delivery   wagon   arrives   and  Hazelwood milk, which is Pasteurized, will  be sold  in   competition  with the ordinary milk now being  supplied to the people of Nelson.  CITY   LOCAL   NEWS  Archbold & Pearson, mining' en-,  Kinvcrs.tnd iictiajci*. nrc no�� scltlod \n 11)tip  ue" oHIct".,. winch thej' li.u o built on Wo-.t  Hnker stieet, neaily ojjpoMte Uic H.mk wl JM011-  tical.  The   West   Kootenay    Biiek   ft  Company yesterday received .t consignment nf  iiliout Id tons of lime fiom the lime qimrnci on  Koo-��iM,y lake,���   J. W, Stewart, railroad contractor, paid the tt holct.iicis of Nelson $j:i,W!d I.i-<(.  month for supplies.  Tne C. P. R. steamers log reports  iliott that the lake has iisen ki\ feet .since thi;  low tiatur mink for the jour twi�� touched.  William Herring came up at the  police court iis.iin yesterday on the chur^o of  neglecting to obtain dOK tnRs Ho p.ild thu ii-  cetiM* for throe ciiiiiitcs and costs ��i ���>,  The post oflice  general  delivery  will only he open today between (5 and 7 p.m.,  otwiif? to its being Good Friday.  Ralph  Smailes,   assignee  WalKer. general merchant, tit PhociiK',  ti-)ini,' for sealed luiulvi  Walker'-* stock in trade,  noon on Wednesday, the :  The   services    in    St.   .S.iviour's  church today will bent 11 rv.in.. :i nm. urtil "uU)  p.m. Collection*\titl bo taken up m uid of llie  hutliuv Famine Tumi. >  Another sale of Baker street real  estate ywuj clfeoled tesionia}. Mlien .1. I.iliiif  .Stocks purchased the.'W-foot lot on wliich J. jf.  Mathunon's barber shop and tbe .Model i<��-b,iir-  ant stand from T. IL OiUVn. Mr, Ii. St0(.|,s  already ou :w thu Victoria block adjoining, arui  now liu* a 91) foot floatage on I taker sriect.  Slocan Ore Shipments.  The total amount of ore shipped  from the Slocan from January 1st,  1899, to June 30th, 1890, was 13,113  tons. From July 1st, 1899, to December 31st,' IS99, the bhipments  were J310 tons. Following are the  shipments from January 1st, 1900,  to March 31st:  I'ajno ...... ,,  AmoriiNin Hoy  l/iist Cham e  Sunhlnne  (}iiccvn Hess ...  K.uublei  Sm prise.  Kuril.  I.IIL'k) Jim  Klontt.i   11 .V A  fiibson  HoHim  Hat may  Capella  i:mi!.t Kdith  Vimcomei  Kntcrprisc  Arlington .,. .  Mack Prince  for   J.  , i* udvf.r-  Tendon, mime be in by  Mlh iiisiunl.  Week  Total  .JZi  L'5'M  V,l  Oi  ay;  in  ui  ���JO  IS  !S  ���;.<  :��  i��  . ��)  ISO  ..  Ul  T  .  ���20  JO  to  2-10  . 'J)  300  V  ��0  ToUUons. ,  ,...BSl  5685   - THE TRIBUNE:  KELSON B. 0 FRIDAY,  APRIL 18   1900  If,!  1%'  1 &,y  N:.  M-<  1&W,��  IK."*  % '-  % <  ti''  I.-",.'  m-'  l��\G   '  lit-'  w  I-  \W''  ..H.'i  m  lit-:  Ifiti  l��'>  |��  I? >  I:;  |4fV  ft11  It "  |H  Pip  It-5  if  I  I* i  Ij''  li-f  N  ii f  New Fashionable Millinery  AT KERR & GO'S  For   Easter  new   hats;   with  made suits; they  be had elsewhere  suit   and   hat   a  ''guaranteed.  Sunday you   must  your   hat   one of  have style and fit  and the price will  pair   of   Perrin's  have one of  our stylish  our   ready-to-wear tailor-  about   them that  cannot  suit you; with Lyour new  Every   pair  kid  gloves.  MADDEN BLOCK,  BAKER STREET.  New Dry Goods Store  &  MENS  CHILDRENS  BOYS  Tailor-Made Clothing  Clothing, Overalls   and   Furnishings.    Every .article   of the 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.  mittee who is now in the Transvaal.  Mr. Hillegas' letter says: "The  Pretoria Red Cross is iu such great  need of medicines, instruments,  wagons, etc., that your committee  could do no better, I think, than to  send your money directly to the  Pretoria lied Cross." "  STOEYETTES.  ,e=_,rZ-0Z-(  m  :@g-:gg$*   smmmmmmm  All the Latest Designs  in  %  Wall  Paper  We have just received a consignment of Wall  Papers which gives us the largest  stock ever carried in the Kootenays  \&  See  us for Paper Hanging and Painting  of every description  m  F. J. Bradley c�� Co.  Sign Painters and Decorators.  Corner of Josephine and Victoria Streets  m  Nelson  Fancy Room Moulding at 2J cents a foot and upwards. j%A  Prompt attention given to mail orders.    Samples and prices on request  Wj,  '(S>-&?  The Great Northern raihvay has  replaced several hundred of its  white section meu with Japanese.  It has also ordered that the men on  v work trains shall put in full twelve  hours a day, no time being allowed  foi' dinner. Is ifc any wonder that  there are labor  organizations  and  ' strikes?          Thk shareholders of the Hal I  Mines, Limited, had a general meeting yesterday in London. It was  expected that a reorganization  scheme would be carried through,  by which additional capital would  be secured by tbe payment by  shareholders of one dollar a share  for shares iu a new compauy, the  .shares in the old company being at  the same time surrendered and cancelled. This practically means an  assessment on tho shareholders of  one dollar a share. A now board of  directors will direct the affairs of  the new company. It is not unlikely that the mine and smelter  will be stalled up within sixty days  under entirely new management/  Tiik    party-line    politicians    at-  Kelson are at s^ea.    They have three  candidates,   namely   John    Elliot,  banister,   J.  Roderick  Robertson,  mine manager, and G. Fiank Beer,  financial   agent.     The   party-line  men are afraid that if they make a  fight as parties,  the   Independents  will defeat them, so they az-o trying  to form a combine and endorse one  of,the other of the three above  mentioned.   Mr. Beer is likely to  be the one selected, as he is the  smoothest worker of the three and  is all right on the cheap-Iabor-and-  Iong-hours issue.  "A Blasted Lyre."  To the Editor of The Tribune: It  may well be asked,   '"Why is the  Daily Miner like a broken musical  instrument,  to elicit   the answer, ,  "because it is a blasted lyre."    Diir- J  ing- all the time preceding the  mayoralty election this most  egregiously . idiotic production  teemed with abuse a of John  Houston, Jiis ideas, polities and  private affairs, and before5 and  after, it was, and is, seething witli  jealously ,and spite, which lias  evidently culminated in a most  -libelous and entirely scandalous  attack on the said John Houston,  for which, if I,was John Houston, I  should seek and get redress. The  Miner apparently is not without  funds, as I perceive it offers Cash  for Clean Rags, which it would be  well to apply to a cleansing process  in the Miner's Augean stables.  M. Lloyd,  -   Xelson,-April 12th.-- ���  Let It Alone.,  New Denver Ledge.  AYc championed the cause of the  miner iu  the recent fight for an  eight hour day.    We truly believe  that eight hours i.s long enough, if  not too long, to work underground.  We believe that an eight-hour shiffc  will   tend  to   make miners  better  mentally and physically.    We took  the side of the minors on this question  without the promise of a reward  of any   kind,  monetary   or  otherwise.    Kor this we have been  condemned by many, and iu one or  two cases boycotted,    AVe do not  -mind a boycott, as it works both  ways.     Any individual  who does  not like our style can   spend  his  money with the journalistic hcabb  and curs who are always eager to  scrunch anything that is thrown to  them.   Any individual-who is in  sympathy with our way of doing  things  should  not   be  bashful   in  showing  his appreciation.    We do  not see any necessity of  further  agitation over tho  eight hour law.  After months of talk the  mines of  Jvootenay are again  in operation,  and   if   jackleg   politicians and  a  press that advocates white shivery  will  keep their months  and  pens  quiet   there   will    be   no   further  trouble.      Pretoria Bed Cross.  Nkw York, April 12.���John V.  Pniyu, chairman of the American  committee to aid the Red Cross  work within the Boers lines, has received a letter from Howard C.  Hillegas, a  member of this coin-  Henry Fielding was once asked  by lord Denbigh why he wrote his  name "Fielding" instead of "Feil-  ding," as his lordship's family used.  "I can not tell, my lord," replied  the novelist, "except it be that my  branch of the family were the Iirst  that knew how to spell."  Major Hayford Thorold, second  in command of the First Battalion,  duke of Welling ton's regiment, tells  a story of his experiences in Mata-  belaud in 1S9(>, when sent to restore  order in a little township called  Gwelo. On arrival there he found  that the acting commandant (an  ex- storekeeper) in a state bordering on delirium tremens; so that lie  had him locked up. The commandant, however, managed to break  out and make his way to the telegraph office, whence he dispatched  the following wire: "Chamberlain,  London: Man here named Thorold  questions my sobriety. Who is  Thorold? Wire at once to avert  bloodshed."  After the decease of tho late P.  T. Barnum, the "Greatest Show of  Earth" continued for a while to use  the magic of liis name. Once when  nearing Hartford it sent free tickets  to clergymen there. Among the  letters containing tickets was one  addressed to the Rev. Dr. Joel  Hawes, who had died some years  before. The letter was sent to Dr.  George L. Walker, then the active  pastor of the First Church. On  reading"ft, Dr. Walker is reported  to have said : "A letter from P. T.  Barnum to Dr. Hawes ! Mr. Barnum  is dead and Dr. Hawes is dead. It  is evident that they have not met,  yonder."  General sir Herbert Chermside,  who is now in South Africa, was  formerly a consul in Asia Minor.  Once, in a weak moment, he sent a  couple of beautiful Angora cats as a  present to a lady in Constantinople.  The lady was so pleased that she  asked him to send some more. Sir  Herbert gave his native servant  some money and told him to go and  buy two or three.   Then came a de-  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  'infr'fflfr'^S' j&:..^!-S:.q^,N  iti  xti  iti  xW  \ti  iti  36   Baker   Street  iti  iti  iti  Annual Sprirjg 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.  iti  iti  iit  xti  Xti  Xti  xti  Xti  Xti  Tapestry Carpet from . . . 50c  Brussels Carpet from . . $1.20  Axminster Carpet from . $1.25  English Wilton from . . $1.50  Ingrain Carpet, from   .    .    .    50c  up  up  up  up  up  Floor Oilcloth' from  Window Shades from  Curtain Poles from  Lace Curtains from  25c  40 c  40c  75c  up  up  up  up  xti  iti  Art Rugs and Squares at all prices  All Carpets sewed and laid free of charge  xti  GO.  Xti  xti  Xti  iti  xti  ���^yf*^- ^^��^*^�� ^^ *_2^*_^?^ * ^S^* ^^ ^!ft^2^ Li^^!.^^ t^ft^&i^SM^ft t^2 0* ��� 0* ��� 00* ��� 0^ '0*1 ��� 0** '0*^' 0^ -0*' 0* '0* ��� 0* -0* ��� 0* .0* ��� 0*\ '0z��^0*  '**' 0* ' 0*' 00 ' 0*' 0* ' 0*' 0* ' 0*' 0* ' fi*' fi* ' fi*' 0* ' 00 * fi* ' 0*^ ^^ * ^^"^fc. * ^fet *^t ' ^^ *^^> ^K ���'ST* >*^ *^k* ^^ *^S* ^^ *^?* ^^ **���%"  P. Burns & Co.  Head Office at  NELSON", B.  C.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  ��� WHOLESALE AND RETAIL    ���  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  1  Baker Street, Nelson ��#   ��   TRAVES,   Manager  ORDEKS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Take warning from the "Foolish Virgin," see that yon have  oil, or in other words that you  have  Fish  In your kitchen for  _ __ Qood-Eriday���  We can supply you with  Oolichans  Salt Mackerel  * Labrador Herring  Cod Fish  Herring in Tomato Sauce  Devilled Herring  Kippered Herring  Kippered Haddie  Brook Trout  Salmon Trout  Salmon  Clams  Clam Juice  Clam Bullion  Oysters  Crabs  Lobsters  Sardines in Oil, Butter, Tomato  Anchovies  Truffled Anchovies  Shrimps, etc.  mand for more cats from the consul's friends, and he gave his servant more money with wliich to  buy cats. This went on for two or  three months, and the native servant .waxed exceeding fat. One  morning, however, the general, on  coming ont of the consulate, was  sm rounded by a host of infuriated  veiled women, who besought Mo-^  hammed to curse him because he  had stolen all their eats, Il appears  that the native servant had pocketed the money for himself and  gone round with a sack and confiscated every cat in the place.  A Straggler Murdered.-  Hazelton, Pennsylvania, April  13.���In a letter written under date  of February 10th and received last  night by his brother, John Boyle, a  member of Company G., ___th  United States iufantryT on ~duty~in  the Philippines, .says that Henry  Griffiths, a JIazelton boy, was recently captured by the insurgents  and murdered. Private Boyle  writes that he aud five other members of his company strayed away  from the regiment while on a  inarch, and that they were surprised by a number of Filipinos.  Boyle says he and his comrades,  with the exception of Griffiths,  escaped. The latter was captured  and murdered.  Garden  Palace li/jeat IVjarl^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats.  A feature will bo msulc of tho poultry and  {fame trade. They will always be on hand during tneir season.  J. L.  PORTER, Prop.  169 Josephine St., between Baker and Vornon.  Telephone 159.  jVelson Saw &  Planing IV|ills, Limited  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams    ��  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  ~   *"        Get prices before purchasing elsewhere    *  Office Corner Ijall aqd Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing G. P. B. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  .A.���   :EZ��srBT:E3-A.XX  Contracting P.ilnfers, Decorators, P.ipcihungers*  Full lino of \\ al) paper, mouldings, <?ti;, JCalso  mining and Tinting. Stiictly fli&t-club'i work.  Ksliuiates furnished.  TKLRPHONffi 13  SEALED TENDERS.  Sealed tenders for the stock-in-  trade of jM. J. "Walker, lately carrying on business in Phoenix, B. C,  consisting of Dry Good?, Groceries,  and Hardware, will be received by  the undersigned assignee, until 12  o'clock noon, on Wednesday, the  20th day of April, instant.  The highest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  RALPH SMAILK8, Assignee.  Dated at Greenwood, IB. C, this  5th day of April, 1900.  We are ready for your gardening. Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lawn Grass and White Clover.  Residence Mill Street,   MTTT COM    R   f  Opposite School Hon��.o   rlELtOUri, J5�� \j.  WrStafmer Srqith" & Go.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  OfHre Ward SlrooH Opposite Opera Honse  m  m  m  m  w  m  m  fix  fix  m  TOWN  OF  m  m  20 Miles east of the City of Nelson, and Terminus 2J   of'the Nelson-Balfour section_of          f-  " the Crow's Nest Pass Railway.  PROCTER  LAND NOTICE.  Notice 11 liercti;, Riven, Ihnt after one month I  'will make application to the Chief Uommj-.Niouor  of Lands null U'oiks to jmivhnso one hmxlrci!  luui -iiNi V .n>io-> of liiml in the District of Wcit  ICuoluiiiiy, in the 1'iovineo of lliitNi Columbia,  Mlu.lteil uu tho \M)s|, side of ICootuiui) lukv, 011  lioulder cieok, about two mhU"* south of jl.ilfonr;  Commencing nl Initial l'o*st maiKod "John liuik.  N: K. Comer," tliciu,c west MNly-foiir chums,  t'leJice houth tuonty-llve ohuiiih, tlieneo east  "tvf vfoiircli.iins thence north twenty-liveulmiiid  lotholmlmlPosl.  JOHN lWKK.  Dated at Nelson this 7lh day of April, I'M.  _^ ��___^_ _-___  Notice is hcn'by given that after one month I  will nuke application to llie Chief Commissioner  of r,iin(ls anil Woiks to puiLhn.se fonj ncres of  land in (he dislnet of West Kootenay in (lie  province of JJiiiMi Columbia, "ituututl on the  tasl sale of Koolenay lako, between Lorkliait  and luilitiiicb (rooks as follows: Comnu'nciruj  at a ?;ost on the beach marked "Initial Post .lohn  LaidUwn X. W. Coiner," thonoe southerly along  the lake :") chain's, tlienco easterly SO chains,  thence noitheily 20 eh.>m>. thence westerly id  chains to the place of beirinniiiff.  .101IX LAIDLAW.  Dated at Nelson, JB. C, tins ard day of Apiil,  19f)o.  Prices same as Eastern Catalogues  Canada 9mg & Book Co.  NELSON  GENUINE  JUTE ORE SACKS  J. T. FIFE  P. O. Box 660  & CO.  NELSON  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Notice is hereby given that the partnership  hoiotofore BMstmg'between the undersigned us  tc.imst ers and freighters under the firm name of  The Nelson Transfer Company has this day bj  mutual consent been dissolved.  All debts duo to tlio said fii tn aro to bo paid to  the undersigned John T. Wilson and Kenneth A.  !'\}ibos, who have assumed and will pay olFall  the liabilities of the s-aid firm.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 24th day of March,  1900. ALVIN C. KLKCK.  ti. H, McDOKMAN.  K. A. FOllBKS.  J. T. WILSON.  Witness, P. JE. Wilson, Solicitoi, Nelson, B. C.  Notice of Application for License.  I heieby give notice that T intend to apply to  the Jioaid of Licensing Coiuiiiissioiicis of the  City of Xeibon at its next meeting for an hotel  license for the premises Hitsiatc upon lot IA, block  88 (northeast corner of Vernon and Hall streets)  in tho city of Nelson, K. S. LKMON  m  fii  This townsite is held jointly by the Canadian  Pacific Railway (f.  Company and T. G. Procter. $  Business and Residential Lots ranging at prices  from $75 to $150 each.  Terms: One-third cash;  balance 6 and 12 months.  m  nx  m Apply to FRANK FLETCHEd, Land Agent C. P. B., Nelson, m  jj[^ or to T. C. PHOCTEB, Balder Street, /Wsoii. Jfc  ^'S?-!!!?-*'*'!*'*.-*'!*?'**,*'0*^-0- ���^���J5>'S>-'g>'a>.gt>.^>��^B..^'^f3>.'<��y/   -  IS  to replace that  Shabby Awning'  Place your order with  THEO.  Tents,  Awnings,  and  all  kinds of Canvas Goods  Manufactured to Order  BAKER  STREET,   NELSON.  GET YOUR  CHANDELIERS  WJRED FOR  NO MATCHES REQUIRED, ALWAYS READY  JOSKPm.VK STRKKT .VKLSOX  Kooterjay Electric Snpply &  Construction Co.  red J. Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPRING SUITINGS  WJBST BAKER STREET^ NELSON OPPOSITE SILVER KJNC HOTEI* THE TRIBUNE: .NELSON B.C., FRIDAY, APRIL  13, 1900  BANK OF HOOTHEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6.000,000  ord Slnitlicoim and JMount Royal ...Prcsidon  on. George A. Di'timmunti Vicc-Prcsidon  S. Clouston   .General Manage  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  Branches in Lonmio.v (Kngland) Nkw Yoitic,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Buy and sell Sterling Kxcliango and Cable  Transfers.  It rant. Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available iu any part, of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Ktc.  Saving's Bank Branch  cukkiim' imi: or iNTiiursr i'aid.  PARTY   SPIRIT.  The following from tlio do Covor-  ly Papero by Joseph Addison has a  strong bearing on the political question in this province and is worth  careful perusal.  "There cannot   a   greater judgment befall a country than such a  dreadful spirit of division as rend a  government into two distinct peoples,    and    makes   them    greater  .strangers and more adverse to one  another, than if they were actually  two different nations.    The effects  of such a division are pernicious to  the  last degree, not only with regard   to  those   advantages  whic'a  they give the common enemy, but  to those private evils which thoy  produce in the heart of almost every  particular  person.    This   influence  is very fatal both in men's morals  and their understandings; it sinks  the virtue of a nation, and not only  so, but destroys even common sense.  "A furious party spirit, when it  rages  in  ils   full  violence,   exerts  itself in civil wai and bloodshed;  and  when it is under its greatest  lestraints  naturally breaks out in  falsehood, detraction, calumny, and  a partial administration of justice.  In  a word, it fills  a  nation  with  spleen aud rancor, and extinguishes  all the seeds of good-nature, compassion and humanity.  "Plutarch says, very finely, 'that  a man should not allow himself to  hate even his enemies, "because,'  says he, 'if you indulge this passion  in some occasions, it will riso of  itself in others; if you hate your  empirics, you Avill contract such a  vicious habit of mind, as by degrees  will break out upou those who are  your fiieiids or those who are indifferent to you.' I might here observe how admirably this precept  of morality (which derives the  'malignity of hatred from the passion itself, ancl not from its object)  answers to that great rule which  was dictated tn the world about an  hundred years before this philosopher wrote ; but instead of that, I  shall only take notice,'with"a real  grief of heart, that the minds of  many good men' among us appear  soured with party-principles, and  alienated from one another in such  ti manner as seems to me altogether  inconsistent with the dictates either  of leasbn or religion. Zeal for a  public cause is apt to breed passions  in the hearts of virtuous persons, to  which the regard of their own  private interest would never have  betrayed them.  "If this party spirit has so ill an  effect on our morals, it has likewise  a very great one upon our judgments. We often hear a poor insipid paper or pamphlet cried up,   and-somotimes-a -noble - piece depreciated, by those who are of a  different principle from tho author.  One who is actuated by this spirit  is almost under an incapacity of  discerning either real blemishes or  beauties. A man of merit in a different' principle is like an object  .seen in two different mediums, tluit  appears crooked or broken, however  straight and entire it may be iu  itself. For this reason there is  scarce a per.son of any figure in  England, who doci- not go by two  contrary ehamctcis, as opposite to  one another as light and darkness.  Knowledge and learning suffer in a  particular manner from this strange  prejudice, whichat present prevails  amongst all ranks and degrees in'  the British nation. As men formerly became eminent in learned  societies by their ��>d>rts and acquisitions, they now distinguish themselves by the warmth .tud violence  with which tliey espouse their ro-  fcpeefcive parties. Books are valued  upou the like considerations. An  abusive, scurrilous style passes for  satire, and a dull'scheme of party  notions is called fine writing.  "There is one piece of sophistry  practiced, by both sides, and that is  the taking auy scandalous story,  that has been ever whispered or iu-  vonted of a private man, for a  known undoubted truth, and raising suitable speculation upou it.  Calumnies that have never been  proved, or have been often refuted,  aro the ordinary postulations of  these infamous scribblers, upon  which they proceed as upon first  principles granted by all men,  though in their hearts they know  they'.are   false,   or   at   best very  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaffuay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  doubtful. When they have laid  these foundations of scurrility, it is  no wonder that their superstructure is in every way answerable' to  them. If this shameless practice of  the present age endures much  longer, praise nnd reproach will  cease to be motives of action in  good men.  "There are certain periods of time  iu  all governments   when this  inhuman  spirit  prevails.    Italy was  long: torn iu pieces by the Guelphs  and  Ghibelline?,    and   France   by  those who were for and agaiust the  league ; but it is very unhappy for  a man to be born in such a stormy  and tempestuous season.    It is the  restless ambition of artful men that  thus breaks a people into factions,  and    draws   several   well-meaning  persons   to   their    interest   by   a  specious concern for their country,  flow many honest minds are filled  with  uncharitable and   barbarous  notions, out  of their zeal  for the  public good.    What cruelties and  outrages  would  thoy not  commit  against men of an adverse  party  whom they would honor and esteem  if, instead of considering them as  they are  represented,  they   knew  them as they are?   Thus are persons of the greatest probity seduced  into shameful errors and prejudices,  and made bad men  even by that  noblest  of principles,  the love of  their country.    I cannot here forebear mentioning the famous Spanish proverb, "If there were neither  fools nor knaves' in the world, all  people would be of one mind."  "For my own part I could heartily wish that all honest men would  enter into au association, for the  support of one another against the  endeavors of those whom they  ought to look upou as their common  enemies, whatsoever side they may  belong to. Were there such an  honest body of neutral forces we  should never see the worst of men  in great figures of life, because they  are useful to a party ; nor the best  umegarded, because they are above  practicing those methods which  would be grateful to their faction.  We should then single' every criminal out of tho herd, and hunt him  down, however formidable aud  overgrown lie might appear; on the  contrary we should shelter distressed innocence, and defend virtue,  however beset with contempt or  ridicule, envy or defamation. In  short, we should not any longer regard (our fellow-subjects as Whigs  or Tories, but should make the man  of merit our friend, and the villain  our enemy."   A Man of the Hour.  Julian Ralph, a special correspondent of the London Daily Mail, pays  the following tribute to an American who rendered stalwart aid to  the defence of-Kimberley:   "George  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD   OFFICE, TOltONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  I). It. Wilkio, General- Manager.  E. Hay. Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. 31. LAY, Manager.  Labram, chief eugineer of tho De  Beers,Company, was killed in warfare .during the siege, and his widow  and very promising little son will  be generously cared for by the De  Beers; but it is said that had he  lived the government could hardly  have doue him any honor commensurate with his deserts.   He was  the inventive genius of the place  and time.    To him nothing seemed  impossible.   Ho it was who made  the famous Kimberly big gun, and  to make it he had to devise and  make the tools to do the work with.  Before that he manufactured shells  for the cannon of the Regulars.    Pie  built a cold storage apparatus for  preserving the  meat  used iu the  town, and to do this was obliged to  construct the ice machines���doing  it   all in   nine days.    He was an  American.   So marked was his ability and so colossal were his services  that the Regulars buried him���civilian as he was���with full military  honors."      These    last   he   surely  merited to the full, for he died in  action.  WAR   STORIES.  NELSON OPERA HOUSE  ONE   NIGHT  ONLY  Monday, April 10th  Louise Brehany  Ballad and  era Concert  LOUISE BREHANY  America's favorite  prima donna  Assisted by a superb coterie  of well known American  Artists in a choice  musical program  Concluding with  a portion of the  GRAND OPERA  Beautifully Costumed  A Great Musical Entertainment  Seats now on sale.  It may be remarked that after  No. 4 Mountain Battery was sent  out to South Africa, the question  was raised as to the character of  the   guns with which  they were  Music Magic  Song and Story  AN ENTERTAINMENT  In aid of the Canadian  Patriotic Fund will be  given in the  NELSON OPERA HOUSE  armed. The official reply was that  it Avas "not admitted that they  were obsolete." Now a gunner in  tho battery, writing home to a  friend in Newport, Mon., (which is  the depot for training mountain  artillery), points to another difficulty. He writes: "Tne commanders of brigades are greatly  against our battery firing with  them, as we are the only section  that fire black powder, ar.d tho  moment we fire the Boers know our  positions exactly. The general idea  is that we shan't go into action  again." This is hard luck on "the  pick of the army," as Rudyard Kipling called the mountain battery  men.  A cavalry sergeant with lord  Dundonald's force writes : "The  other day the Boers surprised a  troop of ours, and nearly settled  them���one killed, two officers aud  12 men wounded or prisoners. To  our surprise we found that the  Boers treated our wounded with  the great kindness. They were  forced by some of ours coming up  to slide off, but before going pulled,  our wounded into the shade, put  rugs over them, and filled their J  water bottles with water. Almost  more than one could expect from an  enemy, isn't it ?"  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside .Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel^jPosts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IF WHAT TOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL MAKE IT KOK VOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  Thursday, April 12th  under the  of Mr.  ��,  ^    assisted  management  P. Whalley,  by  Mr.  W.   H.   Dowsing  and a large number of  prominent local" entertainers.  Prices : $l!00, 75c-and 50c.   Tickets  on sale in opera houseiblock.  E.J. Robie  FASHIONABLE  TAILOB    -  Workmanship and  quality of goods t\\Q  best obtainable  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STKKLTS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  Successors to  A. DEWAR &.C0.  Opposite Silver King Hotel, Baker Btreet, Nelson  CLEANING   AND   ���  REPAIRING  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  ' OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  THE  CUT PBIOES IS  ORDER OF THK DAY  And I want to bo In It. I have just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, rcpro-  senticsK a 950,000 Btock to choose from made to  your order at prices never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest fads iu Fancy Vosstingu lot  Fall and winter.  Ladle's' tailoring in all ite branches a specialty.  Lowest prices.  Rooms 1 end 11, Hillyer block.  Rough and  .   Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pins Lumber Always m  Stoc\.  W& carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash rtud Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention;  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders   WILL DO-WELL TO���        Buy Their Lumber  AV  G, 0. Buchanan's  STEVENS, The Tailor  Oolfee   Co.  NKLSON, B. C.  Coffee roasters and dealers in Tea. and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted' coffee of best quality as  follows: ( -  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound......I  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine SantOB, 4 pounds    ."  1 09  Santos Blend, S pounds...,,.., ,  1 00  Our Special Bleud, 0 pounds :....  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds.................... 1 00  A trial ordor solicited.  Salesroom 2 doors east  of Oddfellows block. West Baker street.  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to  first-dirts wheelwright.  by b>  Spooial attention given to all kinds of repair-  ' custom work from outside point*.  Hall St., between Baker and Vernon  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendron"),   Roses,   Fancy   Evergreens  or send for catalogue,  Address at tiie nursery  grounds and greenhouse,  b M. J. HKNRY.  30C6> Westminster Road, Vancouver, B. C,  A largo stock of first-class dry material on  hand, also a full line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, eta.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yardi   Foot of Hendryx street), Nelson  Telephone. 91    ��j0S|f1   R&Gj  T  GREAT REDUCTION  Hard Coal  Anthracite  TKI.KPHOJfB  33    '  $9.65|g���r'sNcst  DELIVERED  $6.15  The best value for the money in tho m&iket)  for all purposes.  TKRM8 cask      XV. P. TjKitNKV, General Agent  Telephone 147.    Office with C. D. 3. Christ i<>.  Notice of Application for License.  I, Adolphc Liipoinlc. of the City of Nelson, in  thu province ot British Columbia, hotel keeper,  hereby give notice f hut I intend to .ipjily to llio  Board of License (.'ommissiontrsioi'the Oily of  Nelson, at their Jhvl meeting to bu held after the  expiration of thist> ila>s from this d.Ue for  license to sell wince, ipiriK beer and other fermented and intoxicating liquors by retail, in my  Iiotel, known as thi* " Aliiniiral Hold," situate on  lots numbered 23 ami 24, in block mimbera (.7, in  tho said City of Nelson. A. LAIJ01N1 h.  Nelson, Ii. C, Fehi nary Rth. HXX).  SAWMILL   FOE   SALE.  The sawmill and plant lately owned by Joseph  T. ltohcitt, at K> keifs Landing, and consisting  of ii S(l horse puwoi boiler, engine, tirilillli *c  Wcdgo top rig siwrnill, cAw-r, planer, belting.  ��lc., ete., will be sold where they now stand-  ^w__lYWR & HANNINGTON, Solicitors.  One   of ' Thornycroft's   Mouuted  Infantry,  Mr.  Herbert  Unwiu,  of  SheflicM, in a letter  to his father,  tells  of the  awful  time  On Spion  Kop.    Ho says:    "I lay iu one position nearly all  day,  cramped and  parched- with  thirst,  the trenches  piled  with   dead  and  dying  men.  One poor fellow in our trench had  his  arm   blown   off  close   to the  shoulder.   He picked it up with the  other hand, saying, "My arm, my  arm.    Oh, God, where's my arm!"  Quite mad Avith pain, he jumped  out     of     the    trench,     and   was  shot again, and saved further pain.  Captain Petre, of my company, was  shot outside the  trench  behind  a  big rock.    He kept crying  out  for  water, but no one could get to him.  In  his  pain  he rolled  into  sight,  when ho was killed.  Next morning,  when his  body was  recovered, he  had five bullets iu him."  Quartermaster-sergeant C. Johnson of the Royal Engineers, Alder-  shot, wiifces to sergeant-major Hill  of the Northamptonshire regiment,  at Northampton : "Privato P. Murphy, of the 58th Northamptonshire  regiment, is a present inmate of the  Farnham Union Infirmary, where  he lias beeu for the past seven or  eight weeks, suffering from a wound  receiving at Majuba Hill in 1S81.  He was shot high up in the < chest  near the neck, and  the bullet re-  Ward Bros.  mained in him and worked down  tli rough his body to just below the  joint of the thigh, from whence the  doctor has just taken it. The man  pleaded to the doctor to let the  bullet stop in his body until Majuba  day, but that was not allowed. -It  was taken out on February 15th. I  saw the bullet myself���it is very  precious to him."  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPK & CO.,  ���^    and   Cndar Hl.r  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  of Bank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  Charles D, J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  4 doors west of Dominion Express ofllce.  ,P. O. Box 023. 'Phonos- (Mice 117, House 132  FOR RKNT  One 3-Rooin 3-Toiicc and one S-Rooin House.  FOU.SALE  Tlucc Lots on B.ikcr street.  A Buck B'ock.  Houses .ind f.ol.s in all p.uts of the city.  Loiin.s and insui.ince pi omptly attended to.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL  BROKER  Three dwelling hou&os for sale on, easy terms.  One iot on Stanley btreet, opposite Rojal  hotel, for sale al ,i bargain.  One seven-roomed liotibc and one Ihrec-room  house for rent. ^   A^ABIj1__  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Co: nor Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Hint RW. TKLKPHONB N'O. 85  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT,  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply O. L. LENNOX. Solicitor, Nclhon Tt, C  MOYIE    LOTS  FOR   SALE.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  Block t } Cash Offer  Block 5  r     ���  pop  Biook 7 J AH Four  AODUKSd  W. F. Teetzel, Nelson,,  arj0SEPH?SSCH00L  NKLSOX. V. C.  A boaid ing and day school conducted by the  Sistci.sof HL Joseph of Peace. It ih situated at  Uiccumur of Mill .md Josephine sLroeLs in one of  the best i evidential portions of Xelson, and is  c.isily accessible from all parts of the ciU.  The course of btudy includes the fundamental  and higher branches- of thorough Knglihli education: Business course���bookkeeping, monograph}-mid typewriting. Science course���inusio;  \oc,uand instrumental, drawing, etc. Plain art  and needlework, etc  Kor tei ma and particulars apply lo tho Sister  Superior.  Nelson Business College  Has <jnl ei cd upon its -ccond <iuaiter with enlarged iic-coiniiio'Utlon .md liioi'oa-ed facilities  for pioiiiotmg tlio liiU'ic-stsof student*.  Night d.Lsses Mondn). Wcdi'c-daj. and I-nduy  of cicli ueuk. Itugi-U'i o.ulj. l(ouin7. \icton.i  Block, .lipophilic stieet. _^   SEALED TENDERS  will be icceiHjd by tho iimlri-lgnod up till April  "ilthtoi dnvliiKWOOrei't of liimiel uith air (lull-  ut tho Yclluwsloiif mine, hpucillcilinn-, nml  p'uticuUih cui bu iilii.unctl .U Iho mine, near  ���?jiK��YKMiOWSTOVJe MIN'KS. ���^���>-.  March 3!st, I1XK).  . LIMITED.���Cornor Vornon  Cedar streots, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholcsalidcalors in rorated waters and  fruit syrups. Solo agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone 00.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.���Corner Bakor 'and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in assayers supplios. Agents Ifor Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAIt MANUFACTURING  CO.-Corner Baker and Hall streets. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of cigars.  COAL.  OROWS  NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.-  Wholesalo dealers in coal and coke. CharHs  St. Barbe, Agent. Baker stroet, Nelson.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO f 1  COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  -Baker street, Nelson,  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  HJ. EVANS & CO,  ���   wholesale    dealers   in   liquors,    cigars,  cement, Are brick and tiro clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street, Nolson, wholesalo dealers in flour, oatmeal,_elc., and hay and grain,  XVi  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable  bedrooms and   flrst-olasa  dining-room. Samplo rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  West-  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New  minster.  FEED & PRODUCE   CO.-Baker  Nelson.  (George   F.   Motion's old  stand)   Flour, Feed, Ur.un, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty.   Correspondence solicited.  Phone 26.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street.   Nelson,  wholesale doalers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.  TAYLOR  stieet,  P.  A.  GROCERIES.  MACDONALD & CO.���Cornor Vernon and  Josephine streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers inblankots. gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.  OOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY,  LIMI-  TED���Vernon   street,  Nolson,   wholesale  grocers.  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.���Front street, Nel-  *��    son, wholesale grocers.  STEWART & CO.-Warehouses on C. P.  R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in provisions, produce iand  fruits. Cold Btorage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.  JY. GRIFFIN  &  CO.���Corner Vernon and  ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers  in provisions, cured meats, butter and eggs.  Njrs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  I.ATE OK TIIE ROVAL nOTCL, CALGARY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel wliich is now being  enlarged and renovated, will be reopened  on March lbt, when it will have JO large,  nicely furnished and veil lighted rooms,  healed with hot air. Special attention  will be given to the dining ioom.  RATES REASONABLE.  FR.  ���   R  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine  ���   streots. Nelson.'wholcsale dealers in nard-  screots, Nelson^  ware and  mining supplies.  Powder Co.  Agentsfor Giant  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  HARDWARE   ICOMPANY���     .   .���  Nelson,  wholesale   dealers in  hardware and "mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.  TrANCOUVER   HARDWARE   'COMPANY,  V    LIMITED���Bukor hlreiit. Xelson, wholesale  dealers in hard ware and mining supplios, plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  mURNER, BEETON & CO.���Corner Vernon  �������� and Josephino streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pab3t Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.'- __���   " . paints" and" oils:  fsTELSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  ���" Street���Wholesale dealers in paints, oils,  and brushes o" all kinds. Largest stock In  ICoolenay. ; ;   POWDER, CAPS AND' FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  Hporling, stumping and black blasting poivdors,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.   SASH AND DOORS.  ���VTELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS  ���" LIMITED���Cornor Front and Hall streotu,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale doalers  in sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order. ^   "TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NELSON TEXT AND AWNING FACTORY���  Bakor streot, Nelson. Manufacturer of nil  kinds of tents, awnings, and canvas goods.  P. O. Box 7H.   ThoQ. Madipn, proprietor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  TED-Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In winos (case and bulk)  and domestic andimported cigars.  architects]  WWART & CARRIE-Arohltoots. Rooms 7  ���*-���   and K Aberdeen block. Baker rU-po!). Nnlwin.  ENGINEERS.  CHARLES PARKKH���Mining and milling en-  gmccr.   West Baker street. Nclnon.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NEl/SON LODGE. NO. 28, A. F. & A. M.  Moots socond Wednesday in each month.  Sojourning brethren Invitod.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodge, No.  25, KnightB of Pythias, moot* in 1.0. O. F.  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER  A Big1 Schooner  OF BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  The boit glass of beer to be h,id in NuWon Is at  ;   THE CLUB HOTEL  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop,  IVjadden House  B-tker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  Hall, corner Baker and Kootonay streets, .  ���       '"  "-    Visiting Knights  y  ly  cordially luviti  every  at 8 o'clock,  to attend. _  R. Q. JOY. K. of R. & S.  LEONARD SCOTT, C. C.  NELSON L. O. L., No. 1692. meets in I. O. O. F.  Hall, comer Baker and Kootonay streots,  1st and 3rd  Friday of each month.   Visiting  brothern cordially invited.  R. Rom.NbON. W.M. W. Ckawfoiw, Rce.-Sec.^  NELSON jftRIK," Number 22, Fraternal Order  of Eogl'iK, incots every second and fourth  Wednesday ineach month  in Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome.  W. Gosnkm., President.  CiiAKMtR Prosrkr, Secretary  TRADES   UNIONS,  fKLSON MINERS' UNION NO. i��, XV.  V. of  JM   M.���Meets in minors' union roouiH, northeast corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.   Visiting members welcome. .,���... ^.  James Wii.kmj, Soc'y.        M. R. Mow a it. Pros.  N'JCLSOV PAINTERS' UNION-Tho icgulnr  meeting of tin- Hilntors' Union is held  c^rv Wednewl.ij e\otiing at 7*1, in tho P:un-  tiTh' l"ii!on hall, behind the C'tiu ke hotel.  T. O. Skatbo, president.  Alfred Turner, ^ecrutar).  - -Tho rcgu-  , and Labor  rpjjAIJES AND LABOR COUNCIL.-  -L    l.ir meeting* or the .Nelson Tiode�� _.  Council will beheld in the miner* union hall,  corner of Victon.iand Kooten.ij Mrcctis on Hie  first  and   third  Thuisday of each month, at  0?j!Viwui'K. Pros. J. H Hunrsnv.S^V.  ��T��HE regular meetings of tiiol iirjwnUjrn Union  X    (u-o fiold on   Wednesdiiy ��>��>��."�� of each  week, nt 7 o'clock, in the Miners Lnion hall cornor Vlcloria and Kootenay streets.  nor vicwruiuii^ KOHixfeON  President.  JAMES COLLINO. Socrot&iy.  Tho only hotel in Nolson that has remained  under one management since 1S90.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and- lighted  by olectricity. ,  Tbe bar is always stocked by the best dem s-  tic and imported liquors and cigars.  '    THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL, brie, b. c.  First-class in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquor1- and cigars. Every comfort fdr transient!  and resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  ' JOSEPH CAMPBELL. Proprietor.  ^Utedal^btli  Vernon Street, Nelson.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NKI-fiOrf, BRITISH COLtTSTHlA  R. EEISTERER & CO-  8KCWKKS AND BOITLKKS 02f  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trndo  B/ewery at Ne?son  Nelson   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention given lo family trade  FRAMK A. TAMBLYM  MAKAOGU  Telephone li  Baker stieet,  Neihon. B. C, THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY APRIL 13  1900  1  J-'*"'  I'i     i  Hf I'-  n  IW3 i  If"  m  ll;  'I  I:  15.  \&>r  m.  IS*  -t,  ^ i  b  w  I'i'  Ly.  I*  11 >  |rK��  Tift  lift  hi  15 J'  i  Rubber Gloves  The  FOR WCMEN AND MEN  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.  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS'SUPPLIES  Clothing    Clothing  Now is the time to get a bargain in Clothing as Ave are  giving a liberal discount on  those goods for the next few  clays in order to make room  for spring goods which are arriving daily  The Nelson Clothing House  217 219 Baker Street  GITY LOCAL NEWS  . fi��e?-*-*-<er-is?���*-*-'*�����'���*���*"  fy%< C^ S^ ��T **. ��� SP ^ ����� ��T^ ��T ����� >����� ���  xti  Call  and Examine our  Novelties  ifc  Hi  Ui  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  $;  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Ui  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  We are Strong  iti  Easter  ��� 0-0-0-0-0-0-0'0-0-0-0'0_yS  Art  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  specially   (i/  Comes bat once a year  selected for Easter Presents  We are Strong  in the newest and best sellers for om customer'!.���Belts,  I'licndslup Heai ts, Blouse Sets,, Steiling Novelties. Manicure Sets, Bi uslics. Combs, Soin cnir Spoons Lamps. Vases, I'Vc Sett.  On} \ Tablet, Uinliiclla Stands, Austri.in Art Goods, PUnos. Sowing  jMaeliinoi, Kimee. Koiks, Spoons, I Vail IF.widled Pish and Cake Set11,  Cu veis, etc. Al-o a ful! line of w.ujhc-, and iew eli jvuicluding all the  l.itost up to date sljlofe, and precious stoned. *  Hi  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  m  iii our ability to finni'.li  in ever} leli.iblc article  duung tlic present Foster s&ison.  in all seasons, every woi thy st}le  thai om customer's can ask for  We are Strong  In the frjcndihlps of our humlicds of cut-tomcis who manifest their fuewl->lup and confidence by Htanding b} us  season after season, and year after j cai.'  Wateh repairing* a specialty.  All work is guaranteed by  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  xti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  Ui  xti  Hi  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Ui  iti  iti  Ui  iti  iti  Hi  Ui  iti  iti  iti  iti  >//  19 L i J 1- w-*  Great  Clearing  Sale..  I2;000-Stock  OT  Dry_Goods  Eugene   McNichol   of   Hastings,  Ontario, is in tho city. Mil! guest of his lirulhur,  I). McNichol. lie is a well known lacrosse  player, and has played with .several strong eastern teams.  The only bridge work on the new  road between Nelson and Balfour i i at Nino-mile  iiuint. 'I his will ha 4;V) feet lung and A) feet high.  It. It. Porter has received the contract for the  work, the estimated cost of which i.s $2701).  The number of men employed on  the Balfour extension is growing ranidly. The  aggregate has now reached 120O, which is within  a few hundred of the maximum to be employed  on tho work.  The   tonnage    handled    at    the  C. P. H. depot hero during March was 1300 tons  greater than the aggregate of March, ISO!). The  present .month's business promises to bo very  large. .  I     The lacrosse match on the recrea-  I (ion grounds this morning between members of  the Young Canada Club promises to beat the  record. A number of the players iu-o quite unfamiliar with the use of lacrosse sticks, but all  have the enthusiasm necessary to make a hot  game.  The gun club meets next week to  arrange handicaps for the season's shooting. It  is prepared to give the older and more experienced shots handicaps wliich will permit tho  young members of the club to have a reasonable;  chance for shooting honors.  In consequence of the very encouraging results obtained from the Iirst operations of tho Ymir mill the price of the stock has  advanced to $7.2,5 per $:~> share (fully paid).  Advices from Grand  Forks  state  that the quarantine established at the Boundary  line there, owing to the existence of smallpox in  Republic, has occn raised by the Canadian  authorities.  The roasting of ore at the Granby  smelter at Grand Forks began on Wednesday.'  The oro in question came frouj the Ci'y of Paris  group in Ccn'ral camp, situated between Greenwood City and Grand Forks.  Thomas McAllister, teamster, was  before magistrate Crease yesterday on the  charge of leaving his team on Baker streot at a  point away from the regular carters' stand. The  case was dismissed, Mr. Crease' intimating that  the next carter who oll'endod would be lined..  Service will be held in the Methodist church today (Good Friday) ut 11 a. m. The  pastor will preach a suitable sermon for the  occasion.  The   Nelson   baseball team   has  received a challenge from the Spokane Business  College, who were beaten b} the local team here  last In st of July. They want anothei game here  nt the no\t Dominion Day celebiation, and s.i}  thoy will ha^c vciy much the same team this  } eai as last. The letter also sa\ s that the Nelson  pitchei (Uockenficld) is the host ball plajei their  combination has l un up against so far.  Marriage   licenses    were    issued  ycstciday lo P. IC. Bcckner and Lain a Louise  Holm of Nelson, and also to Charles V. Caldwell  of Kaslo and Alice Giacc Snort ol Vemon.  The judgment given for defendants b\ jiiFtice Mat tin in the action of Merchants  Bank of Halifax vs Houston and the Gia} estate, in w Inch the Nelson S!u\ and Planing Mills,  Limited, was substituted for defendant Houston,  has been ioversed by thice judges of the supreme com t. The matter is lo be carried to the  supreme com I of Canada, botli litigants h.uing  decided on this course when the appeal ,iusl decided was onleied._ The solicitors in the suit  were sir Chailcs IFibbcit Tupper foi the bank,  S. S. Taylor, Q. (J., for tho milling company, and  duties Wilson. Q. C, for tho Oia} estate.  Divers   Moore   and    Macdonald  loftlast night for ihc (/'Oast, where (hey h ivo a  threo months conti.ir' ahead of them. The. cost  of attempting to raise the baige wus chaiged to  the Canadian Sineltoi Company and aggregated  almost f.lOO. The divcis o\peet to lcLiirn this  hummer to bring up n mitnboi of caw which  ttcnLiiito the Columbia at Itobson.  Today bring Good Friday, the  government offices will bo closed. Thoy will,  liowc\ ci, bo open as usual toinortow.  The Nelson boys who arc to join  the gainson at Mhquimalt loft last night for Victoiia on the G. 10 tiain. The part} consisted of  (orpoi.il .1. A. Wiulov, privates C'h.iile�� II.  White. .1  W. Gordon, F. Stunt, Itobcit Verge, A.  11. MacCallum. Kli Maine, and C. O. Jones. The  men wore undress uniforms and carried their:  overcoats. Lieutenant G. C. Beer was at the  station to sec the party oil*.  The Louise Brehany Ballad aud  Opera Company play at the opera house for one  night next Monday evening. The company has  the best of reputations, and Nelson theatre goers  will have nn unequalled opportunity of hearing  good singing and good music.  Miss Palmer has moved her kindergarten school to the building formerly used  as the Roman Catholic church, situated on the  west side of Josephine street, two doors below  Silica. Miss Palmer has 23 pupils and is being  assisted by Mi��s Little.  The quarantine officers along the  boundary line, whoso checks were in arrcar,  havo all been paid up. The delay was caused by  there being no llnanco minister to sign the  checks.  The management of the Yellowstone mine, near .Salmo, which is calling for ten-  Cliildrens  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  HARDWARE  CO  ESTABLISHED 1S92  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  ���8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  Agenls-  -Truax Oro Cars, Giant Powder, and Metropolitan Fuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  dors for driving a 1000-foot, tunnel, lias extended  the time for the handing in of tenders until the  201 h instant, as will be seen by an advertisement appearing elsewhere.  Kirkpatrick & Wilson are giving  away glassware and crockery. 1 hey must move  their stock within the next three wreks.and they  know- from experience that in moving such goods  flO per cent aro damaged, hence they will givo nO  per cent of the goods away and sell the other 50  per cent at cost.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  See the large display fresh  the makers in New  York at the  Palace  in the Madden Block  Ward Street  lee Cream .and-'  Ice Cream Sodas  Atthe Qukk.n's.���II. McICny. Greenwood; T.  Robertson, Fort William: P. \V. George, city; J.  McDonald, Kaslo;".!. W. Hoar, Rovelstoke.  Atthk Waveumsy���M, llurke, c ty; Samuel  lloyd. Grand Forks: W. 11. Crosslield, city.  At the Tre.mont.-N. 1>. Stewart, linlfour;  John Lakcan, Pembroke. Ont.; S. Moore, Spo-  kano; T. G. Roy, Silver Hill mine; G. IJ. Clark,  city; J. II. Thompson, city.  Atthk Grand Ckntkai..���Ed Swency, Pilot  Bay; R. G. Cole, Chicago; D. Stewart, AVinnipeg; B. J. Powell, Spokane; John Arean, Ymir:  \V. Lite Nelson; Oan Drain, Cranbrook; C. Cop-  pingor, Denver, Colorado; A. llutt. Denver; A.  FraRcr, -Denver; G. Howson, Kdmonton; Angus  .1. McGilling, Antigonish, N. S.; J. Wolfe, Aran-  couvcr; Otto Dallcn, Vancouver; D. J. McLaehlan, Sandon.  ��� At tub M.uwex.���A. Robertson, Rossland;  A. If. Snider, city; Abe Marskalc, eity.  At the Phaik.���G. Alexander, Kaslo; H. B.  Alexander,' Sandon; E. B. Fraser, Silverton: H.  D. MacMastcr, Cripple Creek, Colorado: J. M.  Humphrey, Hampton. N. B.: Guy Humphrcv,  St. John. N. It.; J. Hargraft, Toronto; J. t.  AVj nncs. Nelson; H. T. AVilgrcss, Greenwood.  At the Hume.���J. W. Raddon and wife. Pilot  Bay; Arthur Young, Macleod; II. J. Madill,  AVinnipeg; J. C. Johnstone, Montreal; Mrs. G. C.  dimming*. Grand Forks; A. M: Johnston, Aran-  couvcr; Robert Bullick, H. A. Janscn, Balfour;  Louis Cloghorn, Toronto.  MURALO  A Household Necessity.  We are now  prepared   to   furnish   this   superior wall finish in  shades.    Have your walls a dingy look ?   One coat of this  vyill give your home a bright and cosy appearance.  all  Fop sale by  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  We  have just received a fresh   consignment   of  Christie's famous  Fancy Biscuits and  Cream Sodas.  Also McCormick & Company's Jersey Cream Sodas.  P. O. BOX 170.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Telephone 161.  D. M. Ferry Sc Company's Seeds.  Fresh Eggs Received Daily  John f[. Irving & Co-  served in the Palace  Parlors.  NOTICE   OF   MEETING.    :  A special meeting of the Trades and Labor  Council is called for Friday, at 8 p.m., in-the  Miners' Union hall. Important business is to be  transacted; and all delegates arc requested to  attend. J. II. MATHESON,  ��� Secretary.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY KLECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY���Wh'olesaledeal-  ers in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  llxturcs, etc., Josephine street, Nelson.  Do You Want the Best ?  We   HaVe   it!  k.<��*^i��:gZi��i*jgZig';*^gZ:��-*- ���^���>'a-Sia-la,&'^'S'^'-^'^  f/'.��*"C"B!vST.C'��-'!��.^.'3;-��'^-'5". -0-0- 0-0^-0-'0-0- 0-0- 0-0-^.-^  xti If you want Bargains  U       in >  We beg to advise receipt of a large  assortment of Fancy Groceries, consisting of all the  . delicacies that the market affords.  -    Inspect bur stock.   Everything guaranteed,  THE, WESTERN  MERCANTILE COMPANY,  Limited.  FANCY AND STAPLE GROCKIUES  BAKER STBBRT. NKLSON  Xti  Ui  xti  iti  iti  iti  Ui  Glassware  Crockery  xti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  x*  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  5> Give us a call as our whole stock must r$  be sold in a few days. >{j;  '��������� "      Hi  Hi  iti  iti'  iti  iW  Xti  Hi  iti  iti  Ui  iti  iti  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  r  Telephone IO t 185 Baker Street  ���&���&*  g Selling at Wholesale Cost  #  : �����  # We have received a large consignment  ��� Underskirts whieh are Exceptional Values.  of  (floun-  Fancy Percale Underskirts at 75c  Black Sateen Underskirts at $1.25 and S1.50  Fancy Colored   Mercerised   Sateen   Underskirt  ced) at $2.15 and S2.75  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  it t  Bin  ll .  If.'  See our new Sailor Hats at 40 and 60 cents  KMJOT BLOCK  BAiv-KH'SntHKT  A, FERLAND & CO,  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  ats  The Best that Money can Buy.      Take no Other.  JUainifactum! by the Diacktnnn Ker Milling Co . Uil.  Victoria, Viuicouvur, WcilniiMitoi, Eclinormm, HoisUnrf, Nelson.  (MS PITTING OXJ& SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Victoria Street, opposite Postofllce.  LET US PUT IN BUS  STRACHAN SRO  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Wanted���Lady cook.   Apply to  W. II. iMooie, Queens,Iiotel, ComAplk-, 11. C.  X^or sale���tlio north half of block  KM, Xelson.   Address 1*. O Bo\- j70, Xelson.  AVanted���several       good      can-  \as,ors. Appli to Alex: Stewart, Titrnci-Xiocckli  block, Nelson, JJ. C.  Typewriter���for pale cheap, second hand Cnlij,'i.iph. Appi> to Ales, htew.lrt,  'i'iiriier-Boe"lih_bloek.  To   the Ladies of   Nelson���Yon  are (oiflinlh imiftd to alte'id tlio **i>mit�� M)l-  lmcn Opening at Madame Kntleld'" ikulois, in  the Hall block, on Tliw-ilay, April 1-th, and the  follow iiik ten rl.ns. Over Jit o\\n\ clnthing store,  Ji.iker Mi eel. Nelson, ilntisb Colmubm,  To Lot���Rooms furnished or nn-  fmrnshed. Apply four doors above the eity lull,  Vk tuu.i sticet.  Wanted���At oncp, a good coat  makei. "W'poat mv o>ponso to engage job. l\  l)n\ id, the HIuior's I'.irlor, Ssnidon, 11, C.  Tiir Tuiisl'nis    job   department  Si.is the Illicit felock of envelopes o\ei ni.itle in  ('iiiipria.  At   the  Nelson   Ikiztmr   can  be  can be found the rullouiiif? m tides' One Mow  Voik sijiiaie phino, psti'O SI2,'��, one I-NUikkc oi-  K'>". puce $l(i. one lUiiHcuitor. piitc ?I0, one  .uiliqtio o.ik Imi! lack, julee SHI; one th*cdi.u\ei  chifloiiiLi'. piioo SIOO. ono Wheelei k, Wilson  eeuing matbine, price 510.  Km'ui&licd rooms to lot.   Bent of  nl(owlum p. Apply, Carney block immedi.itelv  uihi of Dililfolltmh hall,  "Wanted-- Situation by competent  voiiian, us '.ookiti siniill family. Address51. K.,  Ti ibutio. '  Lost.���On   April   5th  instant,  a  brown Spaniel dntf named "Snipo," hail on astcel  chain collar with H 1). A. marked on collar.  Kinder will belLWmdexl on appljmg to XV. A.  Waid, caie of Waul I$io%. Xelson, li. C.  Spot cash paid for  second-hand  KOodsofallkinHs.it tho Xolson B.i/aai', Malo,ie  & I'rcKiilus block.  Niekerson���Watchmaker,   Baker  at: eol, opposite Qnce'i's hotel. Twenlj-five >ears  oxpei ieneo.  The household  effects of Mrs. J.  K. 5Iason and 5Ti A. W. Peck for silo al the  warcioonmof the XeWin lin/aar, jr.ilone & Tio-  Kill.is lilock. Call and inspect, as 'hej muat be  bold befoie April l��Ui.  Houses furnished with  new aud  second hand fin nit me, oi mived new <<nilM>coTKl-  hatitt fiirniliiie, on the iiist.illiuenl plan, by the  Xelson lla/^iar, Alalonc & Ticgillus block.  When your   watch   don't   keep  time, see Nickci-on, Baker stieet. Satisfactory  work or no ch<ut;cs.  Hack   calls   loft at the Bodega  Saloon.   Telephone 171.  Man going to Cape Nome lias consigned all hN household fiirintuie to Xickcison,  Uaker btreet, onpoaito Quecn'i hotel. Call and  li<i\e a look.   JJlaiikelH. slieeU, table clotlii, pil  1 Iowh, and everything you want.   Goods rnubt bs  ' wold at oucc.  >������� Nj^ ��� ^>�� >!^.�� 3B^�� ^*^��'S���� ^"��k' 2S>" S^'iiafr* m^'iS^* -^*jSS*i'Sk*iS& Ori^i **'''^* '*^' ^ '**'* H* -*S*' *f? '���* ��� 0*1 '^'^'^'^ -0*' ��� 04? '0*'.  ^/gP' 0* ��� ** ��� \* ��� 0*'' 0*' f*^**1 ��� **- 0*' **��� **>' 0**' 0**0*' 0*'fi* jfi* ^r*,*^,^^^^,^^^*^',,^'^^,*^'^^^,^''^'^'^*'v^^  m  m  m  m  Ten Days Clearing* Sale  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  The result of an immense purchase of summer goods, bought at -a big reduction on the -J-  manufacturers prices.   We expect the consignment in a few days and must make room.   The (fl  way we will make the room is by giving you  liberal discounts and extremely low prices on j[&\  all  lines  now  in  stock.   Watch  our  advertisements.   You  will  have ma ay* money  saving -J^  chances to secure seasonable Dry Goods. (ft  Wash Goods  fix  /.)  40  12  Pieces Magog Prints, fast colors, all new patterns ; regular  13e and 18c; they now are 18c.  Pieces American Percales aud Prints; regular 15c and 12ic;  our piice is lie  Pieces Canadian Prints, stripes and spots, fast colors ; regular 8e and 10c ; all one price, 5c  Pieces Plain and.Fancy Pique; regular 18c and 20c; special  to clear 15c  New Silk Blouses  12  stripes, Blue, Pink, Mauve, Green,  regular- value $0.00 ; clearing out  m  m  m  f^X  m  Luxor Silk  Blouses' in  Black aud  Cardinal ;  at $1.00  Taifetta Silk Blouses, fancy stripes, in Pink, Mauve, Blue,  Cardinal and Yellow ; regular $15.00; our sale price is  $10.00  Tailetta Silk Blouses.    The latest styles with fancy.fronts  and   tucking,' in  Cream, Tmquoisc, Cadet,   Pink   and  Mauve ; regular $21:00,  $22.50 and $25.00.    Now all one  price, $10.50  12  Ladies Tailor-made Suits  Tailor-made Suits in Brown, Grey, Fawn, Homespun, Box-  Plaited Skirts, Percalirie lined, llcgular $10.50; our  price is now $13.75  Tailor-made Suits. Homespun cloth iu 'Brown, Grey and  Pawn.    Regular $18.00 and $20 ; all one price, $1(5.00  Tailor-made Suits. Homespun or Serge, iu Black, Green,  Grey, Pawn, Brown and Navy; latest style; silk lined  jackets.    Regular $23.00 and $25.00; must goat #21.00  Tailor-made Suits. Check Homespun, Tweeds, Worsted  and Herringbone effects; box plaited skirt; silk lined  jackets. Regular $;30.00and $35.00 ; our price now, $28.50  'X.  m  m  m  Skirts  All Wopth Seeing'  and Crash Skirts; regular $2.00; a snap at  regular $1.00 and  Dozen  Pique  $1.25  Dozen Trimmed Pique or Crash Skirts  $4.50 ; all must go for $3.75  Dozen Black Lustre Skirts; regular $3.50 and $4.00.    This  lot is $3.00  m  m  m  m  m  m  Reduced prices on Parasols  Reduced prices on Housefurnishings  Reduced prices on lace Curtains   Reduced prices  on Dress Goods  fix  Remember these prices are for  If you are wise you will select early while  io days only,  the assortment is complete.  fix  m  m  Houston  Block,  Baker Street,  Nelson.  :**.00  &L'&'&*'4*'<9��  I fi*. 0*. _*~. _. 0,  2&*J3&  '0**0*>*  fi*U��'

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