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 DAILY  EDITION   BY  MA'L  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAR  NELSON":   TUESDAY MORNING, APRIL i?  1900.  PRTCE FIVE  CENTS.  AINSWORTH'3 CHEAP POWER  Hydraulically Compressed Air.  Aix.swoimr, April i).���[Special to  Tlio Tribune].���An  event  of   considerable local importance to Ainsworth was! the connection  on  Sunday of the Stevenson  tunnel  plant  with   tho   Kootenay   Air    Supply  Company's pipe lino.    The  Kootenay Air Supply Company has been  carrying  on  picliminary  Avork  in  installing nnd  perfecting its power  plant  on  Coffee creek for  several  mouths, and yesterday, after an expenditure estimated at from  $40,-  000 to $."50,000, the company was in  shape  to  commeuce   earning  dividends.   The Kootenay Air Supply  Company   compresses   air   by  hydraulic   pressure   upon    a   system  known as the Taylor patent.    The  advantage of this system lies in the  fact that after tho  plant has been  perfected  the  operation  is wholly  mechanical,  the  waters   of   Coffee  creek,- in their fall down  the vertical shaft, compressing the  air and  driving it  wherever  desired  with  virtually no cost to the supply company for  supervision or  maintenance other than ordinary wear and  tear.  With the present (row of water  in Coffee creek the air supply company is developing about 000 horse  power, and the average power  available throughout the year is  estimated at 400. When it is stated  that this power is produced by the  Taylor system at virtually no cost  to the company aside from capital  expenditure it .wil! readily be understood that in its power plant the  company has a very valuable asset.  All that is necessary to insure the  stockholders a handsome return  upon their investment is a local demand for power,' and the outlook  for this is good.  Most   of   the  pioneers  of  Ainti-  worth   look   upon   the  commencement of the use of the Coffee creek  company's air as the turning point  'in the history of the camp, cutting,  *as it will, the cheapest power available from other sources by iifty per  cent.    This  being  so,  it  is  iitting  that the first company to take advantage of the improved condition  for mining should be the Stevenson  company, which  is  lit present  engaged in driving the 1200-foot tunnel   upon   the   Highlander. ,    The  Kootenay Air'Supply Company has  demonstrated that it  can   furnish  power cheaply, and the Stevenson  tunnel will demonstrate, just what  'the local demand" for power will be  in Ainsworth.    The Stevenson company had ios own compressor plant,  but the cost of developing the limited power required ia driving ahead  its   tunnel    was < so    very   much  in  excess   of the   charges   of   the  Coffee creek company  that a contract has been   entered   into   for  such  power as  is   at   present  required with  eveiy assurance of a  larger  contract   when    the  Highlander   tunnel   is   reached.       The  Stevenson tunnel  is  now in clo'ie  upou (500 feet,-which-is-about���half  the estimated distance, and  such  progress is being made, that  six  months should see  the  work  very  nearly if not altogether convicted*  Another source   of   revenue for  the Coffee creek company  -vv ill  be  tho Tariff mine.     Jn  driving the  Stevenson tunnel the Tariff ledge  was crosscut, and the manager of  the Tariff is Jiow running a drift in  from the tunnel to strike tho ore  chute exposed in tho upper  workings,    if this oio chute  proves to  be continuous and is  picked  up in  the drift now being riln from the  Stevenson   tunnel it will   make a  mine   out   of the  Tariff, as   there  will be 300 feet of stoping ground  from the tunnel level to the  upper  workings.     It ii.  the -intention of  the Tariff management to use compressed air from ColTce  creek and  arrangements for the use  of this  power are now���being made.  There aro many minors current  in the camp to the effect that work  will shortly bo i esumed upon several of the idle properties. It is  said that something in the nature  of a reorganization of the jSto. 1  Company will take place within  the next few weeks, when work is  to be resumed at tho mine. Something extensive iu the way of development is expected from the  Woodbury creek properties controlled by the Canadian 1'acific  company. This company already  ha& an extensive power plant installed, which was used to drive  three or four machine drills, and it  is now said that the company has  ordered four additional drills and  will prosecute on   extensive   pro  gram of development. Representatives of the company have recently taken options upon a number of claims in the neighborhood,  but anide from assessment work no  start has yet been made.  THE CANADIAN CASUALTIES  Several Sent Home.  Toronto, April 10.- Tho Globe's  correspondent w ith tho first Canadian contingent at Bloemfontein  cables under date of April 14th as  follows :  '���Captain Beattie, Toronto, formerly of the Queen's Own Kiftes,  and private It. Harrison, Montreal  Garrison artillery, died today of  enteiic fever. Beattie had been ill  since March 29th. Just before he  was stticken ho was transferred to  ���'A" company as acting color sergeant.  "Tho following sick and Avounded  have sailed for England, in addition to those mentioned in previous  disjjatches:  "By steamer Doune Castle, March  24 th.���T. Peppeat, It. C. A., Quebec  company; corporal T. E. R. Baugh,  It. C. A., Montreal company; private II. J. D. Andrews, 5th It. C. A.,  Western compauy; privates R. H.  M. McLaughlin, R, C. R. I��� S. M.  Ward, Queen's Own, and James  Kennedy, Queen's Own, of the Toronto company.  '"By steamer Oratavia, March 31.  ���Corporal J. Smith, 22nd battalion, London company; Private A.  S. Batson, oth R. C. A, Western  compauy; Private J. II. Sutton, Q.  O. R., Toronto company; Private  McAuley, 43rd battalion, Ottawa  company.  "Lieutenant   McDonald  here  today   from  Canada,  posted with the Quebec company.  Tho whole  regiment is  being  outfitted  with new clothing aud accoutrements."  WHAT TARTE SAYS IN PARIS  Why He is Loyal.  Qukhkc, April 16.���Le Soleil, in  its issue of Saturday night, reproduced an interview with Hon. J. I.  Tarte, published in the Journal de  Paris, in which the Canadian minister of jJubh'c works is quoted as  saying that it is quite possible 09  per cent of the French Canadians  disapprove of the present South  African war, and think that Canada  could have put the money spent iu  sending contingents to that country to better practical use. "But,  as good citizens, we have to submit  to the opinion of the majority,  otherwise no progress would be  made," says Mr. Tarte. "French  Canadians," he added, "were loyal,  because they were obliged to. be,  for reasons economic and social."  The interviewer remarked that  some of the French-Canadian papers humiliated themselves before  the British in a manner painful[ to  observe. .-  To this Mr. Tarte replied '"that  that was not the case with La  Patrie, published by his two sons,  but under his supervision. He declared that that paper would con  tinue to defend the tri-color, "that  unique and holy relic which still  binds our hearts to France."  =>'-,-  arrived  and  is  Anti-Martin Coalition.  I Victoria, April lG.--[Special to  Tho Tribune.]���Richard Hall, one of  Victoria's representatives in the  last legislature, announces himself  as a candidate, thusjorestallingthe  action of the party convention. It  is believed that Joe Martin mas'- be  a. candidate here as well as at Vancouver. Tho local liberals have  made overtures to the Conservatives to tho effect that they are  prepared to join in electing an  anti-Martin ticket, of whom two  shall be the choice of the straight  Conservatives/ono tiie choice of the  Liberals, and * Hall, Liberal, who  will run anyhow, i'or the fourth.  Milling Man Married.  Kaslo, April 16.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���Charlie Caldwell, one of  Kaslo's best known mining operators, was married tonight in the  Methodist church to Alice Grace  Sweet of Vernon, Rev. J. A. Wood  officiated. The church was crowded  and there was a big attendance at  tho reception afterwards at the St,  Paneras hotel. The boys are ready  for a-graud ~old-time~"clfa"fivari���tonight.          - C. P, R- in the Lardo.  Kaslo, April J 6.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���Much satisfaction^ expressed in Kaslo at the announcement that the Canadian Pacific  will continue work this season on  its Lardo branch. Engineer Sullivan is expected here this week to  art-ange for the work. ' This means  a good year for Kaslo.  Plague of Japs.  Victoria, April 10,���The marked  increase in arrivals of Japanese is  the subject of general comment.  The Northern Pacific liner Goodwin today landed (509 of hor total  of 1117 Japs, and the Nilcs, due in a  few days, has 1200, of whom a like  proportion are destined for here.  There -have been a total of 2871  Japs landed here since the first of  January.  The Maine at Madeira.  London, April 15.���The executive  committee of the American women's  hospital ship fund has received a  cablegram from lady Randolph  Churchill announcing that the Maine  arrived at Madeira this morning  aud will reach Southampton on  April 23rd.     All on board are well.  Pretoria News.  Puktoria, April 16.���President  Kruger keeps in excellent health.  Geueral Botha is here consulting  with tho government. The members of the Irish-American ambulance corps are treated as the guests  of the government.  A Tactless Invitation/  Chicago, 111., April 10.���Mayor  Harrison received from the duke  d'Arcos, the Spanish minister at  Washington, the following regarding his invitation to attend the  Dewey celebration in Chicago:  Washington, April 14.���Sir, I return you here enclosed an invitation from the eity of Chicago for  the celebration of the second anniversary of the battle of Manila,  which I take for granted has been  sent to me by mistake as it is  the first discourtesy I have met  with since I am in the United  States. Ifc is impossible for me  to believe that you haye  advisedly asked me, the representative of Spain, to go to "your-city  and rejoice-���with'you oiTcthe destruction" of the Spanish ships and  on the death of so many brave  sailors���my compatriots.' ' That  would have been simply, an insult;  and as I do' not deserve it and it  cannot havo been iu your intention,  I am perfectly sure, as I say, that  all this is the result of an error. I  have the honor to remain, sir, very  respectfully yours, d'Arcos.  Iu reply, the mayor has written  that the invitation was sent through  the carelessness and ignorance of a  clerk, and extending his sincere'  apologies for the unintentional discourtesy.      Gomez Still Has Confidence.  Havana, April 1(5.���Geueral Maximo Gomez, while on his way to  San Domingo, stopped at Mueiva-  tas, where he Was received with  large demonstration. In replying  to the address of welcome he said:  "Cuba fought against Spain only to^  findiieiself under ~the~heel of the  United States, nevertheless, I have  enough confidence in the American  people to believe they will carry  out^the promises of the joint resolution of congress."  Big Coal Area Purchased.  PjttShuiki, April 16.���The largest remaining tract of drift coal  .in the Pittsburg district has just  been purchased by tho Midland  Coal Company, aud the property*  will be developed extensively at  once in the interests of the recently  organized American Steel Com-  pany. Tho tract'includes about  3000 acres of the choicest steam  coal near Pittsburg, and was secured at a cost of $300,000. '  ���    A Brutal Assault.  New Vouk, April 1(5,���Morris  Goldberger,, a tea merchant, wa>s  put in jail at Paterson, New Jersey,  this morning on the charge of having committed an assault on Mrs.  Sarah Popkin. After knocking her  down he is said to have juiriped deliberately on top of her face and  stomach. She may die. 'Goldberger  while on the way to jail narrowly  escaped lynching.  Twelve Mills Shut Down.  New York, April 10.���John W.  Gates of the American Steel and  Wire Company, was seen today regarding a dispatch from the west  which stated that a number of the  constituent concerns in the main  company had suspended operations.  He confirmed the statement, and  said that twelve of the mills in the  constituent "company    have   been  shut down. Thoy are located at  Pittsburg, Cleveland, (Toilette, Wau-  kegan and Decatur, Illinois. Mr.  Gates made another statement in  which he said that the twelve mills  which had been closed had a capacity of 3000 to '1000 tons. He said  that slack busiuess was au additional reason for the suspension. Tho  best information's that the mills  will be- closed indefinitely. It is  said that as many as '1000 Tien, boys  and girls will bo affecte'l by the  shut down.  JAPANESE     IMMIGRATION  An American" View.  Washington, April* 10.���Up to  this poinl/f nothing has been done  by   the   Ijrapshiugtqn    authorities  looking toward .the. restriction of  lmmigratff^&^Japanese into this  country a3* indicated by dispatches  from Victoria, beyond the application of tho contract labor law. The  enforcement  of these laws  is  entrusted to the officials of the treasury department, and" so far as is  known theyc have not discovered  any movement towards the bringing   into   the" United^States   of  Japanese coolies undir labor ^contracts.      They     are   "uot,     liow-  ever,     authorized   CtcT   interfere  with    the   incoming'of-any Japs  who can satisfy the^requirements  of the immigration laws.    It is  believed that, unlike other orientals,  Japanese of the laboring class fail  to make a sufficient   showing on  these points to pass muster-and secure admission at the Golden  Gate.  If, however, the tide of Japanese  immigration  now sjetting towards  tho British Northwestern possessions should include Japanese coolies  under   contract   to .labor   in   the  United States, there will be a necessity for a reinforcement of the  number    of    treasury    employees  charged with  the  policing  of the  boundary line  between Washington and British Columbia iu order  to prevent their entrance into the  United States.     There is no formal  obligation .upon ti}e JB.c'itish , Colonial   authorities   to    prevent' such  Japanese from crossing the line beyond that of mere neighborly in-  *terest.  Although the" recent reports from  San-Francisco of the arrival of considerable numbers pf ' Japanese  laborers, taken in connection with  the steady increase of the Japanese  population of theJfawaiian government, it is said that, even supposing the presence of the Japs within  the United States territorial limits,  should be regarded as undesirable,  the subject of restriction is one entirely beyond the executive's reach  at present, being one for the consideration of congres?. Some of the  officials have been, and many  still are, of the opinion that the  steady growth of the industries iu  Japan upon the phenomenal development of that nation iu other  lines, aud ihe need for raw material  out of which to make soldiers and  sailors~fdr the" Japanese"~army fand  navy, would create a sufficient  home demand'to remove any menace to the United States from Japanese immigration. Figures of the  immigration bureau on the Pacific  coast are, however, being closely  watched, for on their showing may  depend important recommendations  on tills subject.  THE MILITIA HAS STARTED  Italians May Riot.  Croton Landing, New York,  April 16.��� Vague rumors of dynamite being used by the strikers to  break the old Croton dam and  flood the Croton valley were noised  around during the night, but up to  an early hour this forenoon everything was quiet and orderly.  When the result of the conference  at New York was circulated among  the men last night, and they knew  that the militia had been ordered  to the scene, there were growls and  murmurs of increased discontent,  and the recognized' leader of the  strikers made no secret" of the fact  that the fight would be continued  until the men got what they demanded.  The full quota of squadron A,  under   command   of   major  O.   B.  Bridgman, assembled this morning this, are presumed to be thinking  at their headquarters. The troops now 0f retreating. The investment  prepared for field  service and will j at Wepener, according to a special  dispatch   from   Bloemfontein,   has  absolutely been abandoned.  London waits confidently for the  immediate announcement of news  favorable to the British. Distrust  exists, however, as to any rapid de-  / dead and wounded, but when the  ambulance appeared the Boer commander declined to allow them to  be taken. It was discovered that  the Boer reports of the extent of  the British casualties had been  greatly exaggerated."  ROBERTS SPREADS HIS NET  Boers May be Caught.  London, April 17.���Lord Roberts  has spread his net far aud wide to  catch the adventurous commanders  that have been making mischief in  the southeastern part of the Free  State. The net has not been drawn  in, but at Lord Roberts' headquarters "the "impression is that the  power of the Boers is decreasing.  Evidently tJie feeling at Bloemfontein is that the dispositions of  Roberts are such as to enable him  to concentrate a large force at any  point.   The Boers, being aware of  into  pro-  to-  Cheered by Immense Crowds.  Duuux, April 10.���The queen,'  accompanied by the princess, drove  in an open landau today in tho  presence of immense crowds. The  route was past the Kibenan school  to Clondalkin, returning to the vice  regal lodge by way of Long Avenue,  which was sti'Ilined.with equipages  and cheering crowds wheu her  majesty returned.  To Buy Horses for the War.  Toronto, April 16.--Major Dent,  of the British army' remount service, and veterinary inspector Phillips are in the city for the purpose  of purchasing remounts for the  British army in South Africa.  Reports are Fake.  Berlin, April 16.���The report  circulated of conferences between  count Von Buelow, German minister of foreign affairs, and the Boor  delegates are semi-officially declared  to be pure invention.  Governor of Puerto Eico.  Washington, April 10.���The  president today nominated Charles  II. Allen of Massachusetts to be  governor of Puerto Rico. He was  assistant-secretary of the jaavy.  march all the distance, going  camp at Ardley tonight and  ceediug to Croton Landing  morrow.  It was learned that applications  for Avarrants for the arrests might  soon occur.  At 8 o'clock about 150 of the  strikers gathered on top of the hill  near what is called "Little Italy,"  and they were addressed in Italian  bythe leaders. The purport of this  talk could not be learned. v About  forty of the meu on the hill were  -armed with rifles and shotguns.  Many of the others carried revolvers and some of them carried  hatchets.  Croton Landing, New York,  April 10,���The first bloodshed of  the strike at Cornell Dam was the  life blood of sergeant Douglas of  the 11th separate company of  Mount Vernon, who was "shot dead  by an unknown assassin while he  was relieving guard at ten minutes  to ten tonight." The wildest excitement prevailed. , The news-spread  of the assassination to the different  tents' and the soldiers are frantic  over the cowardly- crime. -- The  point where the sergeant fell is  known as Porit 10, which was iu  charge of corporal McDowell.  Douglas was talking to corporal1  McDowell and other -members of  the guard when he suddenly clasped  his hand to his stomach and cried :  "Lord, boys I'm shot." Ho then  fell to the ground. It was pitch  dark at the time, but McDowell and  others fired a volley intoa clump of  bushes nearby without hitting anyone. No one Saw the flasJi or heard  the shots wliich killed him and it  was a mysterious affair. Meanwhile the men picked up the fallen  sergeant aud carried him down,hill  on a stretcher, but as soon as they  reached Douglas the poor fellow  died without saying a word other  than what he said when falling.  Fighting the Relief Column.  BiiANDKOin, April 13.���via Lorenzo Marque/., April 10.���Fighting,  "with Brabant's Horse at Jammers-  berg Drift��continues. Commandant  Petous Dewet is reported to have  engaged the troops sent from Bloemfontein to Brabant's assistance.  There was also a brush with a  British column advancing towards  Bullfontein, -but without drcl-ivu  results. All the foreign attache-;  are now here.  Boers in Natal.  London, April 10, "���A .special dispatch from Ladysmith, dated April  10th, 5:10 a.m., says: "Native  scouts have just reported that the  Boers hi the Elandslaagte district  have retired beyond Biggarsberg.  Other information tends to confirm  tho report that the Boers havo succeeded in blowing up three important collieries near Wessels Nek,  completely destroying the engine  house and plant."  Boers Raise the Siege.  London, April 17.���The Bloemfontein correspondent of thu Daily  Telegraph, in a dispatch dated yesterday, says; "The Boers have  rai&ed tho siege of Wepener and  have left Rouxville. The majority  of them have retreated north', with  tiie exception of a body of about  0000 now repoi ted to be going  towards Bethuli."  Boer Reports Exaggerated.  London, April 17.-���A dispatch to  tho Times from Mafeking dated  April Oth, confirming tho report,  says: "After colonel Plumer's repulse, commander Snyman sent a  message inviting colonel Baden-  Powell to send  out and   get tho  velopments favorable to the Brit  ish moving toward Pretoria, ou  account of the lack of horses, many  of which die on the long voyages.  Letters from the Capo say that the  three days'- journey by rail is  made in open trucks, that the arrangements for feeding and watering are inadequate and that the  unfortunate animals break down  quickly in consequence of these  haidships. Despite the energy of  its buyers abroad, the war oflice  forsees much difficulty in supplying the number of horses required.  Looking to America;  London, April 17.���The Lorenzo  Marquez correspondent of the Daily  Mail says: "The tone of the Standard and Diggers News show that  the Transvaal government is relying ' on American intervention.  Great results are expected from the  campaign of Mr. Davis and from  the presidential contest."  Boers Falling Back,  London, April 17.���The, Daily  News has the following from Reddersburg: "General Chcrtnsidesaw  the rear guaid of the Boers disappear southeast in.full retreat. The  enemy a_ppear to be in strong force  fourteen miles east of Reddersburg,  They are falling back before the  heavy guns."   Contracts Awarded.  New York, April 10.���Contracts  for the material and construction of  the Rapid Transit Company's tunnel  was announced by contractor McDonald today, the amount of the  successful bids, however, being  withheld. The Camegia company  is awarded" the contract for structural iron and cement.   gangster _a_Candidate,   Victoria, April 1(5. ��� George  Sangster was selected as tho people's candidate at a convention in  South Victoria on Saturday night.  He ."ays he is ready to stand or fall  by the Martin platform. The local  Conservatives meet tomorrow evening to consider a decision on party  lines,          k   Basutos Escorting Boers.  London, April 17.���-The Bloemfontein correspondent of the Standard says: "The Boers are in fall  retreat from Wepener-hugging the  Basutoland border. The Bnstitos  are marching parallel with them  along the frontiei, watching the  slightest encroachment.  Fight at Batoo.  Manila, April 17.���General Young  reports -J00 insurgents attacked tho  American garrison at Batoo, province of North Ilocos, yesterday,  but were repulsed, losing 150. The  Americans had uo casualties,  Boers Moving South.  London, April 17.���A correspondent of the Times says: "The  Boers are said to bo moving in a  southerly direction, but the object  of the move is uncertain." ,  Reported British Victory.  CAru Town, April   10.���It  id  reported  that general   Brabant has  defeated the Boers at Wepener and  captured their arms.  Will Stay Longer in Ireland,  Dum.in, Apiil 10. -Thequeen has  decided to prolong her stay in   Ireland uutii April 27th.  RUMORS FROM THE FRONT  Remounts Arriving.  London, April 10���2:10 p. m.'���  Conflicting reports regarding the  conditions at Wepener continue,  but at this hour there is no definite  or important news from  the front.  A Cape Town dispatch says,  nearly 3000 horses have been landed  there since April 13th, which indicates that every effort is being put.  forth to remedy the great defect in  the British organization'. ,   ;  The chief Boer delegate, Fischer)^'/" J  accompanied by Dr. Leyds, visited j'^l  the president of. the Dutch cabinet>  today at The Hague. The doings.  of the Boer delegates create little'  speculation in England.  Frederick Villiers, the veteran  war correspondent, who arrived at  Southampton today from the  front, said he believed the work of  the war was over, but that guerrilla  warfare would continue for some  time.  An official bulletin, issued at Pre- '  toria on April 13th, reports that  the burghers captured 500 slaughter oxen at Wepener, and that gen-v  oral-Freneman that day defeated-  the British, causing them to retire  in the direction of Wolver Poort,  apparently over the Orange  river. _  The Irish-American ambulance  arrived at Pretoria April 13th.  The Boers report no casualties  during the recent fighting at Warren ton. < -  Watchmakers Organize.  The  resident   watchmakers  and  jewellers met again last night,  ten  men being present, which represents  the entire strength of the  trade in  Nelson with the  exception of one  shop.    The meeting decided to form'  a union and at once proceeded with -  the election of officers, the following  being   appointed:     T.   A.  Noxon,  president; W�� L. Smith, secretary. *  The union meets at the Hotel Hume  tonight when a  draft of the  proposed bylaws and constitutions will  be submitted  to   the meeting  for  adopt ion.    It is proposed to affiliate  with the Nelson Trades and Labor'  Council, Sn the course of last night's  meeting facts and figures were produced demonstrating  that  at  the  cutiatesfor watch  repairing  and  cleaning inaugurated by one  shop,  an  expert  journeyman1'could  nofc"_  hope to  cam  more  than  $50  per  mdnth at. the  outside.     The  new  union will adopt a reasonable scale  of prices and request every shop in  the   city   to   adopt   the schedule.  Should any shop  refuse  to accept    '  the scale, the matter will be placed  in the hands of  the Trades and    >  Labor Council for adjustment.  Louise Brehaay Company.  - Music lovers had a genuine treat  at the opera house last night when  the Louise Brehany Operatic Company made its first appearance in  the city. The building was crowded  to the doors and the entertainment  was a splendid success.!n_every re-_  spect. The company proved to be  all that was claimed for it, a carefully chosen aggregation of really  talented artists. Their program  was a difficult one to render satisfactorily, yet the company was  equal to the task without an apparent effort. The work of the  soloists in the last act from Martha,  with which the concert concluded,  whs admirable, and the .same expression applies to the entire entertain men t. The appearance of  the Louise Brehany Company will  remain as one of the bright spots  in Nelson's theatrical season.  CITY   LOCAL   NEWS.  Mrs. F. G. Lang has returned from  a three won! lis" trip to England.  All the lath used in Nelson is now  made in Nc'san, Tho \><nk gi\ e-, stoiuly employ-  mont to lour high.  The fire station  ou  Observatory  sticet should be pointed.  The Bank of  Montreal  has contracted for the la} ing of 11��> bqu.lrc feel of con-  cietosiduv'alk in fiont of Uic uank'-* pi onuses on  ��� Maker and Kootenay streets*.  ' Dr. P. fi. McLennan expects to  atari out on Wednesday to l.iccinate tlio ri'si-~  dents Of Uh> rlnal rimtrieN in the Kootenajs. He  wjUcarrv 1000 laeehic points and will commence  work at Yinn.  Citizens who may  have thought  that tho order for general vaccination reccntly  adopted 1>> the Nc!-ou boaid of health w.i- not  to he enforced will shortly he com meed of their  mistake. Chief Jan N has issued postal axraa  loeiery lioiiNi'hoIdei di.lwmg attention, to the  regulation, and further, e\er> phjsician in tho  eilv h.n hocn -.applied uilh a i*npy of Ihe census  i oil with �� lOnuc-i 10 eat h that ihex should check  the mimes Of eiti/en-i Miceinated bj him. Intlus  ��aj tho health .uilhoiiUOs will have nn approximate!} .icnirato list of all I'd sons who h��\e uot  been \ ncciniUcd.  A day or so ago a woman claimed  SO have broken hci lotf while landing fiom i\ V.  P. It, i-touinur at I-'ifleen mile ]>omt. A phjMcmn  w.UMrent fiom Nehon to examine into the ea0e,  but failed lo inftko a dellnite diagnosis. Last  night the woman was brought to the city tot  further uxauwiation. Sho state* that, hUo will  demand compensation from Uic compauy. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C TUESDAY,  APRIL  17 1900  11  'i,  ?' -I  fil  %'i  ! $$  i *.u  IC"'  iff:  1A  <���  bt ���  Ik-  IS*'1.  II:  IS? aO  1st'-  fas:9  'BJ-  Si h  bJ "'  S3-' i-'  I1  ft  to  Ip!M  IjK  Si  ll*  I ?'*  Ip-  1*21'  :Y GOODS STORE  KERR & CO.  TODAY-TUESDAY  We are showing White Pique .and Crash Linen Skirts, all tho new  makes, box pleat, and Overskirt, Check Overskirt on Plain Linen; these  are entirely new. '  Parasols���Just to hand and they are worth your inspection.  See our Corsets at $1, $1.50 and $2;  extra value and perfect fit.  Motto:    Good (foods, Cash and Ono Price.  P. S.    Standard Pattern in Stock.  MADDEN BUOCK,  BAKER STREET.  KERR  &   CO,  MENS CHILDRENS BOYS  Tailor-Made Clothing  Clothing, Overalls   and   Furnishings.    Every   article   of the finest  quality produced by the best manufacturers.  New Patterns and Colorings,  Latest  Styles, Up-to-date  in every respect.  A   complete   variety   of  Serges, Worsted, Cheviots, Twesds  from  which  to  make a selection. "���������  Prices to suit any and every purse.  Columbia. The party is without a  leader, and a political party is like  an army. It must be led in order  to be successful. Sir Charles Hibbert Tupper should lead, but he is  backing and fulling, which goes to  show that he lacks the first requisite of leadership. No one takes  Charles Wilson seriously as leader  of a great political party. The  Rossland "white-shirted hoboes"  are yelling themselves hoarse over  candidate Mackintosh ; but he is a  has-been. Editor Cotton has many  of the requisites, but he has declared against party lines. None  of the Victoria crowd are auy  good, with the single exception of  lawyer Taylor, and he would  rather own a trotter with a record  than be leader of even the Conservative party, in Avhich he has been  a consistent worker.  BROWN    &    CO.   Hall Block, 296 Baker St.  W  mmm^-mm^Mm$   ^^mmmmmm  All the Latest Designs  in  W  0%  Paper  w  We have just received a consignment of Wall  Papers which gives us the largest  stock ever carried in the Kootenays  #  m  n i m v\i "*  See us for Paper Hanging and Painting  of every description  m  F. J. Bradley * Co.  Sign Painters and Decorators.  Corner of Josephine and Victoria Streets  Nelson  fjL      l Fancy Room Moulding at 1\ cents a foot and upwards.  fifk.   PromPt attention given to mail orders.    Samples and prices on request  ';^'__  m  mi   m  ^���&'e=)-e=3.  4$  ��0*  In West Lillooet two candidates  have issued addresses.    One'candidate is a resident of the district, the  other claims residence in Vancouver and Victoria.    The resident of  the district is A. W. Smith, a merchant of the village of Lillooet.    He  has  represented  the district for a  good  many years  and  knows   its  wants.    He  says:    '"I believe that  " eight hours should be a day's work  " in all underground metalliferous  "mines, and that neither Chinese  " nor Japanese should be allowed to  " work in such mines."    That is a  clean-cut declaration, and anyone  that knows Mr. Smith will have but  one opinion as to what he would do  if an attempt was made to repeal  the    eight-hour    law.     The   nonresident  candidate claims  that he  has    large   mining    interests    in  Lillooet and other districts in the  province,  and  that   if  elected   he  would vote to repeal the eight-hour  law.    lie  says:    "With  regard to  " the   eight-hour  law:  I   consider  " that for an honest  eight  hours'  " work underground, any man is  " entitled to a full day's wage, but  " under certain circumstances aud  " conditions I see no reason why  " men should not be free to work  " extra time provided  they 'were  V compeiisa ted accordingly."    Candidate Smith will have a walkover  in West Lillooet.  0_'0* ' 0*  \m^ ���'^*, >^, ��� ���"��*,, .^a�� .^s^ ��� >����. -Xik ���<*!*. ���>*����.  00 .__   . fi* -0* . fi* .00:  i ��� ^i��.  -<��-^fe>��S"^fe'^l�� ",aa>'a��5 -*����>>?����� ^��-^& >*��5>^&  '00 .��S0. (gzl ��� 0S>- &S) ' 0j!' g& ��� fi&.cf20 ' 00' 05 ��� fi*. sx4<  iti  iti  iti  as? - 0*- fi*' 0t> V*V^  iti  36   Baker   Street  Xlf  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  xti  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.  Tapestry Carpet from     .    .     50c up  Brussels Carpet from    .    .   $1.20 up  Axminster Carpet from   .     $1.25 up  English Wilton from     .    .   $1.50 up  Ingrain Carpet from   .    .    .    50c up  Floor Oilcloth from . . . 25c up  Window Shades from . . 40c up  Curtain Poles from . . . 40c up  Lace Curtains from . . u. 75c up  Art Rugs and Squares, at all prices  iti  iti  All Carpels sewed and laid 'free of charge  w  ,^g[*S|�� ^*V �� ^�� ^^ V^^V^E^ * 3^* ^S^ '^'^'J^'^ * ^8^���' JS^ ��� ^B^*-^9^-*.-^B^.' ^^��� 0^*f&^ * 0^ *0*? * 0^ .*00? ��� 0^ *0^ ���"______' *0^ * 0^ *0^0 ��� 0K0*0t0 ��� 0&* '^*%^  w  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  -    Portland Cement  Fire Briek and  Fire Clay  mm?  mm  m  Used in Kootenay.  We also handle.  Steel Mining Rails,  Blacksmith's Coal, Sewer Pipe, Etc.  Tjffi  PARASOLS  Bight in the nick' of time, when every lady is thinking of purchasing, we cut prices in many desirable  lines.. Our assortment is the largest in Nelson. The  best quality of materials in tiie tops, with handles  of I*earl, Horn, Congo, Gun Met;al and Sterling Silver  Mounts.  Tuesday our prices will be $1.15, $x.35�� $1.60, $1.80, $2.15,  $2.20, $2.75, $3.00, $3.15 and $4.00. Every line is worth at  least 20% more.    Our special prices are good for Tuesday only. I  Rhodesiara Scout Got Through.  'Lorknzo Marquee -April 1G.���  Lieutenant Stethaman, a Rhodesian  scout who entered Mafeking through  the Boer lines, has returned to colonel Plumer's camp with dispatches  from Mafeking saying all was well  there'on April Sth.  XX.   cJ ���  EVANS  NELSON, B. C.  & CO.  mm  mi  M  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  DRESS   GOODS  8 Skirt  patterns  of 3^ yds, Plaid Homespun (no two alike);  |||1���-regular- $5.25-; -our-pricc Tuesday,- $3.85.   10 Skirt patterns of 3.^ yds, Plaid Homespuns (no two alike);  regular $8.75 ; our price Tuesday, $6.50.  5 Dress   patterns   of   5  yds,  Grey,  Brown,  Blue,  Heather,  Mixed or Green Homespun ; regular $7.50; on Tuesday $6.00  IP  I  \\\  v *  Garden  1 ->    _  Seeds  Canada Drug & Book Go.  We are ready for your gardening. Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lav/n Grass and White Clover.  Prices same as Eastern Catalogues  m  ��te QDrUttme*  The Fernie Free Press says that  ihe people of Kast Kootenay are  not solid for premier Martin. Well,  who said they were? Tnio Tkih-  uxb, in commenting on the delegates to the Vancouver convention,  .said the delegates from East Kootenay were solid for Martin^and &o  they were. Southeast Kootenay  hail one delegate in the convention,  and he voted solid for Martin.  ,Jt is  being published broadcast  that/Weisou is being sued for thousands of dollars.    This is one of the  results of the  Miner's campaign of  slander against city officials who  will not do its  bidding.    No suits  have been commenced against the  eity, and none arc likely  to be.   A  peddler who was refused  a license  threatens to  begin suit for damages ; but the city i3 in a good position to fight the action if it is com  menced���-as the money to pay the  lawyers for their .services has already been provided.  Puk-mihr Martin* is announced  to speak at Nelson on next Monday  night. He will get, as ho should, a  respectful hearing ; but it is doubtful if he will be able to convince  many of those who go to hear him  that he is a safe man to entrust the  affairs of the province to at a time  when it needs the guidance of men  who are above party and above  self.  The Conservative party met at  New Westminster   last   year   and  adopted a platform.   No single candidate so far nominated announces  that he will stand on the platform  that his party has adopted.   Kvery  candidate has   a   platform   of his  own, yet they all claim to be good  Conservatives,  and for  the party  first, last, and all the time.    There  ia no Conservative party ia British  INCORPORATED 1670.  Take warning from the "Foolish Virgin," see that you havc  oil, or in other words that you  have  Fish  In your kitchen for  Good Friday  We can supply you with  Ooiichans  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.  Canada Drag & Book Oo.  NELSON.  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.   NELSON, B."C."  Coffee roasters and dealers in Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh. roaBteil coffee of bebti quality aa  follows:  .Tava and Arabian Macha, per pound......?  40  Java und Mocha Blend, 3 pound*.......... 1 00  Fine Santos,4 pounds  100  Santos Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Om Special Blend, 6 pounds  I 00  Our Kio Eoast, 6 pounds ���  1 00  A trial ordor po'Ioited, Salesroom 2 doors cast  of Oddfellows block. West Baker ptieot.  HrarASHOROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  Crst-clnHS wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of ropalr-  Irtj and custom work from outside points.  Shop:   Hall St., between Bakor and Vemon  GENUINE  P.O.  J. T. FIFE  Box 660   ,  & CO.  NELSON  Hudson's Bay Stores  TELEPHONE 13  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NKLSON. B, C.  A'boarding nnd day school conducted by the  Sifters of St. Joseph of Peace. It1 is situated at  the coi ner of Mill and Josephine streets in one ot  tho heit icsidcnlinl portions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible from till part? of tho city.  The course of httuiy includes the fundamental  and higher branched of thoiough Knglish education: Business eouibo���booKkccping, stenography and typewriting. Science coursp���imihic;  voiMiand instrumental, drawing, etc Plain art  and needlework, etc.  Kor terms aud particulars apply to the Sister  Superior. j  Nelson Easiness College  Has cnlcied upon it's second quarter with en-  laitfud ucfoiiimnil ition and increased facilities  for promoting the mteretits uf ���>(udcntn.  Night classes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday  nf each-week. Ucgihter early. Koom V, Victori.v  Block, Josephine btieet.  CLEANING  AND  .BEPAWING  L J. Robie  FASHIONABLE  TAILOB  Workmanship and  quality of goods t\\&  best obtainable  Opposite Silvpr King not el, Baker street, Nelfon  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotol.   MERCHANT TAILOR  CU^PRICES IS THE  ORDER OF THE DAY  Aud I want to bo in it. I have jUBt received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $50,000 stock to ohooso from made to  your order at priees never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest fads iu Fanny Vesting^ for  Fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest pricos.   .Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  OTEVENsTrhe Tailor  Palaoe h/Jeat IV|ar^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured Pleats.  fieison Saw &  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 Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass. ,   ;  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  Office Corner l|all a^d Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing C, P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  ���^���-^���-S"-^'^'^^'-^^'-^-^^     >    *?-im'.i*'ier.&'i*'*.&.*.*'*'^.  ���fo-f-0-0-0-0-0'0-&-0-0--0-0 tSt. 9?. 8*. flf. gj; flf". ^. 5T. Sf. ���"��� ff. ��vSf:  |jj     TOWN jg  fix        OF fix  m  m   m m m ���, ��� ��� __ m m m  (l\ A    XtVVAUlL m  J!J 20 Miles east of the City of Nelson, and Terminus 2J  fL                of the Nelson-Balfour section of A\  m the Crow-s-Nest- Pass -Railway; iL-  PROCTER  A fcatme.will be mado of the poultry fnd.  game trade. Tney will'alway-i be on hand during their season.  J, JU  PORTER, Prop.  1G!) Josephine St., between Baker and Vernon.  Telephones 159.  Contracting Painters, Decorators, P.iperhangcrs.  Full line of s^al] paper, mouldings, elc,   ICalso-  ininuig and Tinting.  Stiictly fu&t class work.  Ebtimates furnished;   Residence Mill Sheet.  Oppobitc Schopl IJouse  NELSON, B. C.  W. Starmer Srriith & Co��  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Ofilco Ward Stroet Opposite Opera Honse  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Rose^, Fancy Evergreens  Aliignohis, iJiilbs, now ci oi> I e^ted seeds, for .spring  planting. Largest and most, complete stock in  Western C\iiudu. Call and make j our selections  or bend ior catalogue. Address at the nui&ery  ���grounds and greenhouse.  M. J. HKNRY.  3006 Westminster Bood, Vancouver, B. C.  W  m  Business and Residential Lots ranging at pn'ces  from S75 to $150 each.  Terms: One-third cash;" balance 8 and 12 months  Hi  This townsite is held jointly by the Citmutian  (Joinjjftiiy mud T. G. Procter.  Pacific Railway .**  m  &\ Apply to FRANK FLETCHER, Land Agent G. P. H.., Nelson, m  ���^ or to T. C. PROCTER, Ba^er Street, ^elson. j%  ''&:��'��� 0*'0 -*fi'0.g? >0-0.0,0 ��� 0,0. .Ji .^^ ,>;��.>*,. �����..�������., ���<��k.^.'^l.>��v.>g..'��o-^i  i <  Co  9  Head Office at  NELSON, B. G.  urns  olesale and Retail  ers i  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  est Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson &   Q    TRAVES,   Manager   ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Blank Books Manufactured and Books and Magazines bound  and rc-bound at The Tribune Book Bindery, Burns Block.  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti ���:���*  Xlf     i  iti   \  xti   j THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, TUESDAY, APRIL  17, 1900  BANK OF I0NTHEAI  CAPITAL, nil paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6.000,000  Lovtv'.."l.ralhooiia and Mount, Royal ... President  iron. George A. Dmiiiiiiond Vice-President  III. S. Cloiist.on General Manager  NELSON BRANCn  Corner Raker and Kootenay Streets.  - Branches in London' (England) Nkw Yoiik,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, IT. S.,  Atiin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  D. R. Wilkie.GcneraV Manager.  E." Hay, Inspecter.  Buy (ind sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' CrcdKs,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  Saving's Bank Branch  i-'CUKltK.VT HATH OP INTEIJKST PAID.  WAY OF A HALF-BREED.  ^  Tlio Canadian government doesn't  feed tin Indian at Stony Mountain  jail for seven years for nothing. He  must have done something serious  to be fed well, decorated with the  iron jewelry, have a trained chaperon'and become really the exclusive ward of the nation.  If he gets seven years iu all probability     he    should     have    beeu  I > hanged, for the  queen's agents are  '   tolerant  of these half-tamed"' chil-  ;   dren of the forest.  ;       Maxepeto, a Black foot half-breed,  |   had been  sent  to  Stony Mountain  '   for seven years.    According to this  tale,   a   "white   mail  in   his   place  j   would have been hanged.  ;       Maxepeto     was      always     bad.  i   Those who knew him best said he  ;   was exclusively bad.  j       When  an  evil  Indian  dies���too  '   evil to getinto the Happy Hunting  Ground ���he   comes   back    rcincar-  '������������ nated as a half-breed, and Maxepeto  was unholy even for a "breed."  It was at Trapper's Landing that  [  the thing happened.  Trapper's Landing wus within  seven miles of the northwest boundary line of the Canadian territories. Beyond that was a wilderness  of spruce and muskeg and fierce-  running rivers, stretching away to  the Arctic. In the -wilderness were  fur animals, Indians, a few white  traders, and a deficiency of law and  holy writ.  The clay feet of Trapper's Landing rested in the waters of tlio  Saska'river, and a box tossed on its  current at the landing would fetch  up oh the shores of Athabasca, or  Great Slave lakoh, over a thousand  ,miles away ; in pieces of course, for  the�� hell-gate of Grand Bapids  would batter it into smithereens,  4as a Collee"bean is smashed'in the  mill.  Maxepeto knew that wa Ler roadway well, clean through (o tho-  -'home of the musk ox, in the land  \_ that had been cursed by tho Gods,  and >lefb bare of everything but  moss, away to the north and east  of Great Slave lake.  Once he had gone there with a  mad Englishman who had a long  purse and wondrous rifles of unique  make. The half-breed had returned  with money enough to develop a  highly embellished season of delirium tremens, and some classical  Ovford oaths, which he had adapted  from tho Englishman's vocabulary.  Muxepeto's "By Jove! I get me  bully squiffy, don't you know!"  was a revelation to his coft'e-colored  brethren. ''Oh, he had a bally bad  time," he assured them.  And as i'or the Biitishcr, he had  acquired uo musk ox heads, but had  loft an ear, three fingers of Jlis right  hand, and several toes to bear witness to tho "bloody awful climate,  don't you know,"  If tho sporting rifles could have  shot through 200 miles of atmosphere, almost frozen solid, without  a stick of wood the size of a pen  haudle in tho whole expanse of it.  lie might havc bagged a bull's head.  But together lie and Maxepeto  tracked their Peterboro cauoe up  the muddy side of the Athabasca,  and he sailed back.to England,  while tho half-breed industriously  labored at the propagation of ah  c^tatic drunk.  Trooper's Landing "was the  whiskey limit. No man might take  the iirewater beyond the territories' borders, and to that end two  preventive police abode at this  jumping-off place.  "With extreme diligence that  liquor law was enforced, so that  the Landing's soil was more or less  always soaked in corn juice. A keg  stopped was a keg broached, and  jiquor drunk was liquor destroyed.  Life at the Landing in consequence Avas one long jubilee of hilarious precaution; it would have  been a sin to lot the firewater go  out amongst the benighted redmen  of tho north.  The trading company's factor  was king of this Bacchanalian vale,  lie was magistrate in  the  face  of  the law, and arbiter of all things,  in belief of the Indians. Sometimes when a petty case was on in  his court room, which "was the  store, and it dragged a bit, he  would say, with drunken gravity^  '���Oh, Shool" Give him three years."  xheu court would stand adjourned { tho pork, and  for a week, and the policeman  would bring the case up again at  the end of that time; the magistrate would have forgotten all  about it, and probably put the culprit on to work for the compauy at  a dollar-and-a-half a day, under the  impression that the man was a victim of somebody's malice.  There were no courts of appeal,  nothing only the varying moods of  the factor magistrate to average  out justice. Some offenders got  ten times the possible sentence,  while others got nothing who should  have been hanged.  It was because of this climatic  atmosphere that Maxepeto selected  Trapper's Landing as his place of  abode. '  One morning the factor called  Maxepeto into the store and said :  "Go and get Nonokasi and bring  her here : I'll marry you."  There Avas nothing very startling in this,, sudden command, because they were all at Trapper's  Landing. If the factor had said:  "Here's a parr of new boots for you,  Nichie," the half-breed would have  been more surprised. That he had  never thought of marrying Nonokasi, or, for the matter of that, any  other woman, did not matter in the  slightest; the factor had not consulted his 'wishes in the affair���  didn't ���care a mink skin' whether  ���Maxepeto" would like to have Nonokasi. for squaw or not. Also ��� what  the Indian maiden, might think  about it was of small moment;  Hudson's Bay factors are supposed  to do the thinking for the people in  these districts. So he simply said :  "Marsh (Go) bring her soon."  Maxepeto rummaged among the  tepees until he found Nonokasi.  " 'Tho Ookimous wanting you, I  think me," he said iu his crook-  limbed patois.  The girl brushed her black, glistening hair smooth; tied a bilious  yellow silk handkerchief, with impossible blue designs in the corners,  about her neck; threw a Scotch  plaid shawl over her bhoulders, and  bilently followed the big half-breed  to the company's store. Perhaps  tho factor wanted to give her a  l)ound of tea, or an order for silk-  worked moccasins.  The factor had been enforcing  tho law by patriotically destroying  much ovorproof whiskey, so he was  enthusiastically^ primed -i'or 'the  work in ham!,  "Stand up there together," he  said with maudlin dignity. "Hold  on a, bit!" ancl he fumbled in a  drawer where much jewellery of  unique design and unheard of metal  was kept in orderly abandon. He  fished out a ring with an olive-  colored diamond, half the size of  the Koh-i-noor, and handing it to  Maxepeto, said: "Now wo1ll go on.  Wheu 1 shout put it on her finger."  The marriage was mo* or less  legally * consummated, with the  store assistant as witness.  "How old are you?" tho Factor  askod Mexepeto, the census routine  becoming   indefinitely    mixed   up  _with_the other_rite in his mind   "Fifty summers," answered the  breed.  "And you?"      '"  "Twenty," lisped Nonokasi, covering her face with   the red  chocked  shawl, bashfully.  The Factor pulled a big sheet of  brown wrapping paper'.towards  him, made an exhaustive calculation with his pencil ancl said: "That  averaged as thirty-live, Write  them down as thirty-live years old,"  he added to the clerk.  Then Maxepeto's reward materialized immediately.  "Give them debt for a good outfit," the factor commanded the  clerk.  The bridegroom loaded up the  bride as he would a pack Jior.sc,  with, tea, sugar, biscuit, tinned  jams, fat pork and some'household  furniture, consisting of a looking  glass, comb, a frying pan and several yards of gaudy print. lie  throw a bag of flour on his own  broad shoulders, and stolidly led  tho way over the hill, behind which  nestled the smoke-tanned canvas  tepees of his red-skinned friends.  "He's a damn bad lot," muttered  the factor, leanly groggily against  tho door-jamb, as he watched the  two figures slouch along the winding trail. "He's a bad lot, but she'll  steady him, and it'll take her out of  the way."  "By Goss!" muttered the breed,  as he labored along under his hundred weight of flour. "What the  dobbil 1 want get squaw me for?  S'pose the factor got some game  make me marry dat gal."  Then ho thought cheerfully of  the sugar, and Jthe  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  GAMBLING   SPIBIT   IN   SOCIETY.  New York Tj ibunc.  There is no denying the fact that  the gambling spirit is rifo iu society  In these latter days. Bridge whist,  which is equal to poker in its unexpected turns of fortune, has almost  entirely superseded the scientific  game which depended on the skill  of the players for its interest, irrespective   of   the   stakes   involved.  many plugs of black tobacco, and  they rose like a barrier between  him and.the inconvenience of having a wife. Also there was no  doubt he had made a friend of the  man in charge of the commissariat,  the Ookimous. That was as good  as a pension." He even might hope  to take part iu some of the whiskey-  destroying bouts.  The marriage was the making of  Maxepeto from a worldly point of  view. From that time forth he was  like the lilies of the field; he toiled  not,' yet still had raiment���not gorr  geous, but shop-made and of wondrous cut���still it was raiment.'  Of a free choice work is never included in the curriculum of an Indian. Maxepeto was a specific red  man in his abhorrence of labor.  There were many things he could  do, but best of all, could he steer a  six-ton flatboat, carrying a hundred  pieces of goods, down through the  treacherous rapids of the Saska  river.  And this was the one thing he-  would do. When well loaded with;  liquor of unquestioned vileness his ���  constant boast was:.-"I'm- debest-  bully steersman on de ribber ? "  No man on all that boiling, turbulent stream, with its rock-blocked  rapids, could handle a boat like the  huge half-breed. He liked the danger of it, and the pay was big.  There Avas little manual labor,  which was the saving grace of the  thing in his eye3.  Two months after his marriage  he Avent down Avith the first boat of  the season; he ������"���was gone three  moons. The boats never came up  the river again���they couldn't; so  the pilots always walked* back.  Maxepeto tramped up the river  bank day after day, and when he  Avas near home cut across the hillside and appeared unannounced in  his tepee home.  He should not have come as a  leopard stalks a deer. But he Avas  a big, blundering breed, with" a  i housand-year heritage of savagery  in his blood,   '  That night he came to the store  and asked for a bottle of Jamaica  ginger for Nonokasi; she was ill,  he said.  The next day he came again, aud  fumbled among the limited stock of  patent medicines, and went off with  a bottle of fruit salts and a tin of  mustard plasters���his Avife AA'as,  worse.  Next day he came back and said  she was dead.  Tho clerk Avent o\'er to the tepee  and had a look at Nonokasi. She  Avas dead, of a surety.  Maxepeto got a few rough pine  boards from tho factor, made a  rude coffin, and in that she Avas  "brought doAvn to the mission house,  so that father Le Farge might perform the last rites before she was  laid away In the little clay cell up  on the hillside.  There was uo inquest, no bother  of any sort: doctors and lawyers  and undertakers and coroners, and  the others Avho make such a_herions  bubiness of dying, were hundreds of  miles away. Trapper's Landing  had no time for that sort of thing.  When people wanted to die in  peace they just died, and nobody  bothered them or the friends who  Avere left behind.  There Avas the body in its rough  pine case down at the mission  house, if anybody wished to look at  it. Father Le Farge would return  that night, and Nonokasi would bo  buried next morning, as became a  good Catholic. * -  In the morning, after the simple  service, they Avere carrying the  colliu outside to fasten on the  cover. Some one tripped on the  step and the case fell. The good  father started back with , a cry of  horror, for the head of tho dead girl  had rolled to oiic side.  The slender neck had been completely severed by a sharp knife,  and that wliile she was alive.  The glazed eyes stared with horrible grotesqueness into the face of  the evil Maxepeto as he stood beside the coffin and glared down at  his dead victim.  Why he only got seven years no  one can say, for he never denied it  ���but that was his sentence.  The "old-fashioned idea that it AA-as  wrong to play for money at all has  been changed in modern ethics to  tho more elastic code wliich merely  seeks to impress upon the younger  generation that it is wrong to play  for what you cannot afford to pay.  Now eA'en the youngest children require some excitement in the way  of a candy wager to give zest to  their round games.   Some discussion over a trick arose among a party  of little   ones Avho  Avere   playiug  "hearts" in an up-to-date nursery a  few   days   ago.     The   disputants  grew   eager and angry   over -the  point at issue, Avliereupon, to the  visitor's great amusement, a tiny  tot of fiA'e remarked,   philosophically:    "Bobbie   and    Jennie   are  'sillies' to mind ; Ave Averen't playiug  for    anything."     This    spirit   of  gambling, however, does not confine itself to cards alone.   The active stock   market   has   tempted  many society  Avomen during   the  last year to try financiering, and at  modern luncheon tables the latest  information  from  the ticker   and  the various losses and gains to their ���  acquaintances    are    discussed    as  eagerly as at the down-town restaurants.    "I   send  my maid   out  every morning for the opening quotations," said a girl of 20 to a man  who took her to dinner the other  evening.     "I study them all   the  time "while  she  is doing my hair.  Hoav haA'e I come out?   Well, about  even so far.    I made a good deal a  few months ago, but lately t have  lost.    It is the greatest fun.    I have  to do it all ou'6 of my own pin  money, but a lot of us have made a  pool, so that we can put in small  amounts.    Does my father approve?  Oh, I would  not tell him for the  world.    He gives hie my allowance,  and I do what I please Avith it; his  only stipulation is that I shall not  ask him for more."  "1 have had the [telephone moved  up to my dressing room," remarked  a yourg widow, avIio has been attacked by tho feA'er of speculation.  "You Avould laugh to see the costumes in Avhich I hold business consultations with my broker. The  other day I Avas in my bath when  the bell rang, and I had to jump  out, Avrap myself in a bathrobe and  stand, Avet and shivering, while the  man of business explained calmly  and inexorably that I must immediately put ui) more margin."  The delight of these Avomen  Avhen they make a lucky coup  knows no bounds, and the fame of  their transaction spreads far and  Avide, tempting their associates to  go and do likewise. "Of course,"  said a society man recently, speaking of the increasing love of speculation among Avomen, "there is no  more harm in a woman dabbling in .  stocks than a man, but, all the same,  I do not like to see her do it."  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  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  Sningles  *  Rough and  Dressed- Lumber  ot all kiixl��.  ' ' ' IF WHAT VOU WANT IS NOT IN' STOCK  WE WILL MARK IT * OM YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LA KB STKL171S, NIX SON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  Successors lo  A. DEWAR & CO.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine/Lumber Always in  Stoel^,  We carry a complete stock *of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order  work will  prompt attention.   .  receive  Porto Rico Lumber Go. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  '    WILL DO WELLvTO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  0, 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock of first-class dry material on  band, alto a full line of Hash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, oto.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yardi  Foot of Hondryx street, i Nelson  Telephone. 91    $Q_y\ '^1^   AgBflt  GREAT REDUCTION  Hard Coal  Anthracilo  $9,65  Crow's Nest  Coul  $6.15  DELIVERED  TELKPIIONE  S3  C. W, West & Co.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  Tho best value for tlio money in tho maiket  for all purposes.  tbrms cash      W. P. TiKitMRV, General Agent  Telephone U7,   Ollloo with C. li. <J. Christie.  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  A, R.SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  of Hank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  1 doors west of Dominion Express oflico.  P. O. Box 523.   Phonos: OIHco 117, House 152  FOK KENT  One ,'i-Koom House nnd one 5-Room House.  FOK SALK  Three Lots on Baker street.  A Brick Block.  Houses and Lots in all parts of the city.  Loans and insurance promptly atlondcd to.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL -BROKER  Three duelling houses for sale on easy terms.  Ono  lot  on   Stanley   sticet,  opposite Ilojal  hotel, for .sale at n bai.gain.  One  fccvfin-roomed houso and one three-room  hotiae for icnt. '  See ANNABLE  A. R. BARROW, A.M.-I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  TELEPHONE NO.  P. O. Timz 559.  us  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. Ij. LENNOX, Solicitor, -Nelson B. C  MOYIE    LOTS  FOR   SALE.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  9  9  11  7  Block 1  Block 5  Block 8  Block 7  1 Gash Offer  !-      Fop  j All Fouf  ADDRESS  W. F. Teetzel, Nelson.  SEALED  TENDSES  will be loecivecl Ii) Ihc undersigned tip 111! April  20111 for ilrivUiK IMlfl feet of tunnel with an cliili*  .it tin1 Yelloii stone mine. Specifications ami  pm'lieulnrs can be obtained aL the mine, neskr  Knltno  "J UK  YhLLOWSTONH MINKS, LIMITED,  .S.1I1110, I', a  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION. <  Koticu is hereby tfiven that Ihe partnership  lioriitofoii' e\!stinii between Ihe undersigned us  i<.ilustci'Dand fieiKhtprs underllm Una tuttito of  Tin-.NoImjii Tnuisrei Company haw this day by  mutual consent been di��<-uUeiL  All deliLsiliiu tu lliuisiid llrinutu tn lie paid to  the uiideisijjiiert John T, Wfl-tiji and Kennelh A-  Foi h<-h who luuc assumed and will pay oil'nil  the liabilities of the-aid firm.  Dated at Xelson, li. C, tins 21th day of March,  1WJ. ALVIN' C. FLKOK.  O. H. Mi DO KM AN.  K. A. I'MKBFS.  .1. T. ^'ILSOV.  "Witness, p. K. Wilson, fioliulloi, XeNon, H. C.  LAND   NOTICE.  Notice i>.hneh} given that aftei one moutl, t  will make application tothe' hief Cohii)hss>o����sl-  of L mils and Woiks lo ptiuh iso foitj acre* n>C  land m the itistnci of \\ < *t Kooli'nny tn- this  province cit Hmish Coluiiiln.i, situated on Uic*  east sale t>( Koolenay lake, between Loekliart  aecl La franco cieeks as follow- Coiiutieming  .it ,i po-t on tho beach marked ' Initial Post John  Laidiaw's X. W. Tomer," I hence southerly .Uook  tho lake '20 chains, thence easletly 20 chum-.  I heme noilheih ill <h.iu-, thence wi-tcily JO  chains to the place of bcKinnini;.  JOSiV LAIDLjIAV.  Dated at Xelson, U. C, this .ud day of Apii),  HUB).  LAND NOTICE.  Xotico i-, herebv Riven, tint after cine month 1  will make application to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works lo puit,lin-e one hunched  <mdM\l) .101 erf of land in the J>i-tnot of Wo-U  kootenaj, in the J'tminoe ot Hitli-h Columbia,  situated on the west Mile of Kootem> lake), on  Hon Icier c reek', about two mile s -ntuh nf Kalfoui;  Commencing a! Initial J'o-1 milked "JhIui Ittirlc.  X: K. Coital.' theme we-l -iU)-ftMil chain-.  Ihcnee south t��cii!}li\c chains tin neij east-  si\t>-fiiin chains, I heueu noi th twonti'lite chains  lo the initial Post.  JOHN J517K1C.  Dated at XeLsou thin 7th day cf April, IU00.  ROOMS LIGHTED BY KLKCTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO $1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.-  Lighted by Electricity and���; Heated with Hot.Air.  Large comfortablo bedrooms and  flrst-clasa  dining-room. Sample rooms for oommorclal men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  N|r8.";:L"C. Clarke, Prop.  I.ATK OH" TIIK ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel which is now being  enlarged and renovated, will be reopened  on March 1st, when itWill havo 40 large,  nicely furnished and well lighted rooms,  heated with hot air. Special attention  will be given to the dining room.  RATES REASONABLE.  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER  A Big* Schooner  OF  BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  n ALWAYS  COOL  The best glass of beer to bo had in Nelson Is at  THE CLUB IIOTEL"    '  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets,  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  IVJadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets. Nelson  The only hotel in Nelson thab has remained  under one inanagementninoa 1890.  The bed-rooms ore woll furnished and lighted  by electricity, - ,  The bar is always stocked by the best dom s-  tio and imported liciuom and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN,^ Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL   erie. b.  0.  Kirst class in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for transient  and rchident guccls.  ' HEADQUARTERS FOR UNrON MEN.  ' JOSKPn CAMPBELL. Proprietor. -,  ^_madmti3s~M^  Vernon Street, Nelson.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND   -  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  kelson. Hitman colomiua  R. REISTERER & CO-  BUEWtiltS AND BOTTLERS OF  FINE LAGER"BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  PS^trfcd0 _Br��wwy_atJlelaoii  Nelson   Wine   Co.  CHOICE WlilES AND LIQUORS  Special attention iiiven to family trado  T��5��t.     FRANK A. TAMBLYH  Nelson. 15 C. manager  SAWMILL   FOB   SALE.  The Miwnull and jil,u>I lately owned by Joseph  T. Roberts, .it Ujkcit's Landing, and consisting  of a 30 horse power boiler, engine, Grildth &  Wed go to[��tlg niiwnull, edgur, planer, belting,  et��., otf., will bo sold where they now btand.  Apply to  TAYLOR & HANNINGTON. Solicitors.  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  CENTS  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in (crated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone CO.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.���Cornor Baker and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in assayers supplies. Agents for Denver  Firo Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  * CIGARS.        ~~~  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.-Corner Baker and Hall street*. Nolson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kootenay Belle" brands of cigars.  COAL.  CROW'S NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.-  Wholosale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St. Barbo, Agent, Baker street, Nelson.  H.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  J. EVANS & CO.���Baker street, Nolson,  , '   wholesale    dealers   in   liquors,    cigars,  cement. Are brick and tire clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  "���      ELECTKICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTEVAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY���Wholesale dealers in telephones, annunointors. bolls; batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block, Nelson.  " FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and bay and grain.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New Westminster.  TAYLOR KEED..& PRODUCE CO.-Baker  ��� street. Nelson (Ocorge F. -Motion's old  stand). Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and .Produce.  Car lots a specialty.- Correspondence solicited.  Phono 20.       ������������������."������    ���  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street,   Nolson,  ���   wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage. ..������-.���   GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Front and  ������-Hnll streots, wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinawB and-miners'sundries.    KOOTENAY SUPPLY' COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesalo -  grocerB. ���  .'-.������.        (  fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-  "    son, wholesale grocers.        ^_   PR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses onC. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley stroet. Nelson,  wholesale: dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits.- Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other products.        JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street, Nelson.-  ���   wholesale   dealers   in   provisions,   cured  meats, butter and eggs.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES;  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephino  ��� streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.   LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY-  Baker St., Nelson, wnolcsalc dealers in  hardwaro and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED-Baker street. Nclbon, wholesale  dealers in hardwaro and mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies. AgnnU Ontario  Workp.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.   r  TURNER. BEKTON & CO.~Coraor Vernon  and Josephine ��>tr0uls. NoImjii, w bolen.iUj  dealers in liquor^, cigars,mil dry goods. Agent*  for Pabsk Hi owing Co cf \lilwv���,ikw and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   ^      PAINTS   AND   OILS.,  NELSON HaKDWaUK COMPANY-Baker  aireon��� Wholesale dealers iu paiutSj oils.,  and brnohes of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootenay.   P0W5ER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  stieet, Nelson, manufacturers of djnamito,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and electric  bl.'isting apparal us. i [   SASH AND DOORS.  XTELSON SAW AND PLANLN'G ' MILL?,  V* LIMITED-Cornur Froiii and Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers;  in sabh and doors; all kinds of factory wo: k mode  to order.   _f TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NKLSON" TENT AND AWNING FACTORY���  Baker btreet. Nelson. Matmfaoturairs of all  kinds of tents, awnings "-tid canvas goods.  I'. 0. Box 7<i.   Tlicu. Madson, piopnutcjr.   WINES,AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY, LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealer*! In wines (case and bulk)  arid domestic and imported cigarc.  E  O  1 ARCHITECTS.  WART & CAUHIK-A-Tohitectfl.. Rooms 7  and H*Abfirc!��>rin blocs', Hftkprutrcnt. N��l"on.   ENGINEERS. _ 1" _  HARLKS PAltKKIl-Miuiugnnd milling engineer.   West UaKui' flieut.Ntfl.oon.  ?d<  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. NO. 23, A. V, & A. M.  Meets socord Wednesday in each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  XTNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson l^dge. No,  ** 25, Knights of Pythias, moeU in I. O. O. V.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootonay hlrootH, every  Tuowlay evening ot 8 o'clock. Viriilimj Knighri  cordially invltod to attend. R. G. Joy. K. of P..  &tf. J.euniiuj^ScoU, C\C.    ^   _   NELSON U O. I;.. No. 1092. mocU In I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay Btrt>ots.  1st and 3rd Friday of each month. Visiting  bre!hern cordially invited. SL Rolilmou. XV. M.  Wj_C_i aw ford. Uecimliii^-gcciuLuy,  NELSON JKR1K, Number 22, Fraternal Order  of Eaglcn, mccbi every heeond and fourth  Wednesday incoch month In Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome, AV, Gosnell, President.  Charle-i Prosper, Secretary.  TRADES   UNIONS,  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 90, XV. P> of  M.���Meets in minots' union rooms, northeast corner Victoria and Kootenay sticets, every  Satuiday evening at 8 o'olt<ck. Visiting members welcome. Al. Ii. Mawj.it. President. Jaine-i  Wilkes, SPfietttiy.   NELSON PAJNTFIM" UNION-Tho legular  meeting of tho Painters' Union i* held  ��\cry Wednesday evening at 7.30, in llie i'.im-  U'th' Union hall, behind thcCl.iike hotel. T. O.  fekatbo, luissiduul.   Alfred 'I'uroei. wcrcUtr) .^  TRADES AND LABOR C0UNC1L.-Th�� regular meeting* of tlio Nelson 1 fades and l^ibor  Council will beheld in the miner-' union hall,  corner of Victoria nnd Kootenay sticets, on tho  iirst and Ihird Thuibday of cadi month. <it  7.90 p. in. G.J. Thorpe, President. J. H.Mntbc-  hon, Sccrctar).   THE regular meetings of tho C'.irpeutcis" Union  are held on Wednesday e\c>mng of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Minors' Union hall cor-  tjpr Victoria, and Kootenay streets. K. Robinson, President.   Jr-lne-i Colling, Seftetary.  B~"aRHERK' UNION - Ni Koti Union, Xa 1%. of  the Inlcinat'oiial Journeymen Bin bet s Union of America, meet-, cnerj tirsl and lliilctMott-  dav nf each month in Minei s 1 iiion HiiH. corner  of Victoria and ICootenn} stieet". at ^.io ji in.  sharp. Vintmg hiothcis couli.illj him ted to  attend. J. IL M.Uheton, Pie-ulcnt. W. S. Ucl-  \llle, Scciet-arj.  LABORERS' 1 VtON.-Vel-on Laborers Pro-  ti'Ltne Union. No M21, A 1'. of L , ntqets in  Minerrj' Union llnlL noiiliL'i^l comer of Victoiia  aiul Kooliuin sticets, on tho lli-itnnd thud Monday of each month, at S pin. sliaip< VUiting  mwiilMTs of this .Ameiiruti i'Vdoiaiion cordially  united to attend. John Mullcii, PrcsiAenU  Pcrcj Kluikeltoti, Secretary. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, TUESDAY  APRIL IT 1900  ^  V  *'  Mil  Ml  iSS)��.'-  il:  lis  lit  it  m  am-  Wtiil'fv  msr  III  m  w  m  m  m  m  :&g  life  iPffP  li  life?  cuDDer  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  The proper thing for spring house-  cleaning ancl gardening  Furniture Polish  To make your Furniture look as gecd  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  Teetzel & Co,  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES  rm  II  tern*  |||  arm  ing  Now i.s the" time to get a bargain in Clothing as we aro  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 Bouse  217 219 Bakor Street  X(?  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Ui  iti  Hi  iti  Hi  iti  iti  xti  iti  Hi  Ui  iti  iti  Ui  iti  iti  Ui  iti  iti  4& ^^*r^^*>*3&' ^^0 ^^*r Ato* 4^V ���b> 4ttev tffe* 4  Baster  Call  and Examine our  Novelties  *���*��� 0-0- 0-0-0^0<-0-0- 0-^r^t  xti  Hi  iti  Ui  specially   (#  Comes but once a year  selected for Easter Presents  7$W  We are Strong  in (he newest ancl best sellers for our customers.���Bells,  Fiicndship Ileitis, Blouse Sets, Stcilintf Novelties, Alan  ionic Sols, Brushes, Combs, boinenir Spoons, Lamps, Vases, l''uc Sets  Ouj \ Tables, Umbrella Stands, AiisIimii Art Goods, Pianos, Sewing  Machines, Knivc��, Poiks, Spoons, Pcai 1 Handled I'tsL and Cake Sets,  Cm vets, eic. ' Also a lull line of watches ,u,d jewelty, including all the  1 itcst -up-to date stjlefc, and pieeious stones.  We are Strong  in our ability to furnish in all seasons, c\oiy w 01 thy blj le  m over)  leluiblc article Hint our customer** can ask for  (lining (he present .Enstoi sea=on.  ,We are Strong  n the fiiei'dships of oili humlicdsof customers who manifest  (lieu friendship nnd contldeiice bj standing b) us  i-en->on after season, and } car after j ear.  Watch repairing a specialty.  AH work is guaranteed by  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  xti  xti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Ui  iti  iti  Hi  ���j2-0'0��.0i-0.0-0-0-0-0-0-0 ������     5^'5-'5.-��,.ar.'Sr.��!'i.JB".'5;;^5r.aik-  Great  Clearing'  CITY LOCAL NEWS  L. E. Dudley, Uijited States con-  sul-Keiieral for the province, and W. P. Kenibbs,  local consular agent, leave today for Kossland on  a visit to the consular agent there.  The   property   of   the  Goodrow  family at. Kiftecnmilo point has been seined to  satisfy tho ��100 lino imposed for selling liquor  without a license. The writ is not returnable  until Friday, however, so (hut thoy have the interim in which to pay the line.  James Black, who has been cashier of the Nelson C. 1'. li. Freight department for  the p.isl >c.n. recencd notice b.\ wire jcsteiday  that he had been li.tnsfencd lo the othco of \\.  II. D'Arcy, claims agent at Winnipeg. All.  Mack cimio to Nelson from New Westminster  anil has made many friends here. lie was an active member of tho iUcthoclist church, being as  sistant superintendent of Lhe .Sunday school. As  the transfer means a substantial promotion. Mr.  H'aok is receiving the congratulations of friends  today.  The Presbyterian synod of British Columbia, which includes Calgary and points  west, meets in Xelson about JM.ij 1st.  Rev. Robert Frew conducted the  Faster sen ices at hi. Paul's Piesbj tenia chinch  and was warmly welcomed by the congregation.  His health is, however, anything but robust and  after a few weeks he will lake .several months va  cation. During this period Air. Frew may visit  the old country. V  The Nelson Rifle company starts'*  its regular spring drill on Thursday night. A  large turnout is rciiucstod, as the invitation ex  tended by the Kaslo celebration committee for  the company to visit that town on May 21th will  be laid before the members. The Kaslo men of  fer to pay all (he expends of the Nelson militia  men, and a iiumbci of the latter aie enthusiastically in favor of accepting the invitation, particularly as the Kaslo company will doubtless be  wanted to participate in the Dominion Day celebration in Nelson. ^  The police are engaged in the interesting task of ridding the town of a number of  men who are broke and won't work, prcfc'ringto  sponge a living. This olusj is fairly well represented in tho city and the'authorities aro detci-  miucd to get rid of them. Yesterday tho police  warned eight or nine men to go to work or leave  town.  A brakeman named Martha, employed on the S. F. & N. road, fell beneath the  cars while switching at. Chewelah the other day  and lost, a leg and an arm. His injuries were  pronounced fatal.  The gun club meets tonight to ar-  rango handicaps for the season's shooting and  transact other important business.  A  man   named   Ryan   is   being  treated nt the lookup for erysipelas by Dr. La  liau. Ryan is not a prisoner in any sense of the  word.  P. Burns.& Co. unloaded a shipment of marble slabs for counters at their now  btore \cstoidaj. The picuuscs will be occupied  shortly, and the old store is to bo taken by Kirkpatrick & Wilson while their now brick block is  in process of constiuclion.  R. T. Stokes, C. P. R. roadmaster,  left yesteiday %m h ,'!0 men and'i -noilc (rain for  the Sloctii branch 'J he tiain will make rep^uis  and iiiipio\emuus lo the loadbed for 10 dajs or  so and then ictni si to Nelson, It is Uguml that  the big strain blun el from tho initio line will be  hero bj (hatdmc .md that the lest of the woik  between Nelson and Itobson-Hill Lo commenced  ���it once.  Tiie annual vestry meeting of St. -  Saviour's chmcli takes place on Thuitsd.tj night  A. E. Masuret, bonding customs  oflieer, -was in the city jcslcid.ij en ionic to  Kaslo,  The new tug in process of consti action at the C. |>. II. shipj ard is almost completed. She w'lll piobablv be launched this week.  Thcciilft is equipped with tho engines t'Vim the  old Kaulo complete!} ovei hauled and iclitted.  Since   the   niud  dried   up ib  i.s  o\ ldcnt that the ej elc path is not so badly niuli-  latedas wuh teured eadier in the season. The  city council's giant of ��100 will go far towaid  placing it in c\eeilentconditioti and if additional  fundo aie iec|Uiied the amount can dotiotlcs^ he  l.tised tn subscription among the wheelmen.  Near Llio hospital the path ciosses the institution's  piivatcgiounds, and if, as has been intimated,  the hospital boaid decides to fence and' improve  its gi omuls this part may Nuo Lo be abandoned.  Tiie local riflo shooting enthusiasts aie noworgam/ed under the name of-the  the Dominion day celebration this year will bo a  trades procession on floats drawn by electric  cars, and in order to make such a feature a splendid success, the streets upon which the cars are  operated must be made more than presentable to  tlio thousands of visitors sure to be in Nelson this  year" on Canada's natal day.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  Atthk Pii.wi:.���1)..). Donovan,Oskosh, Wash:  Louise IJrchany, Jessie Miinni. Olga Schnioll, (!.  Souslet, Louis Muntz, F. D. Curr, JjOuisoHrcliany  Company; Mrs. Wheeler and sons, Miss Cameron,  Ainsworth; K. V. lliirns, Procter; T. K. May,  Sandon; T. It. Klla, Vancouver; John II. Poll',  Victoria: G. If. Dawson, Silverton; A. U. Mac-  Kenzie, Itossland.  Atthk Hu.mk.���Frank B. Gibbs, Nelson; W.  .T. Taafl'e, Vancouver; I). C.Henderson,Chicago;  II. A. Kussell, Wionipcg; IC. J. P. Smith, Toronto; J. Li. Parker, Itossland; G. Lambert, Loudon,  Knglatid: John Massoni and family, Montroal;  W. F. Anderson, Montreal; It. Kogers, Toronto.  AttiikUka.nii ( KNTHAI..--W. W. McWalton.  City; A. C. Clute, G. Stowo and J.Gibbon, Kaslo;  C. W. Wood, Slocan City; J. V. Smith, Kaslo; D.  N. Hunter, Granby, Quebec: J. Fitzgerald, Gran-  by, (Jtuebec; D. Xcil. J. Grottier, City; A. Caw-  bey, Sandon; A. Goodro, Procter;It.T.IkluDovitt,  Spokane; W. 11. McLaughlin, Procter: I''. A.  Itichardson, Kdmoiiton; C. S. Labce, Montana;  T. Hurteau, Three Forks; Mrs. 11. Gauzelle,  Northport: Neil Start, Greenwood.  At tub Quekx's.���J. Hamilton,Noopawa; Mrs.  Micldlcton and son, Kossland; A. D. .Smith,  Procter; O.-S. Mullen, City: It. J. Cameron,  Gladstone: Colin C. Urown. Kossland.  At tiik Tkhmont.���W. Lcland, Kaslo: Jt. Itei-  deau. Coll'ee Creek; A. Matheson, Dalfour; It.  c ryslor, Vancouver; W. L'eatcm, City.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Wanted ��� Trustworthy,       good  worker wants situation as chambermaid^ or  housekeeper.   Address 'A, Tribune otliee.  Situation Wanted by good waist  hand.   Address K, Tribune oflice.  For sale or to let���Residence  on  corner of Lake and Park si reels, containing  seven rooms, hall, closets, bal broom, and sewer  connections. Lawn ancl lino garden set out with  nursery fruits. Any reasonable oiler will be  neeoptcd for purchase' of this property. Applj  on premises.  Wanted���Lady cook.   Apply to  W. H. Moore, Queen's hotel, Comaplix, II. C.  For sale���the north half of block  100, Nelson.   Address P. 0.13ox 572, Nelson.  Wanted���several       good      ean-  tasscrs. Apply to Ale\ Stewart, Tuinei-lloeckh  block. Nelson, 11. C.  Typewriter���for sale cheap, second hand Caligraph. Apply to Alex Stewart,  Turner-Jtfoeokh block.  /    To   the Ladies of   Nelson���You  ',arc cordially invited to attend the Spring Mil-  'liiiory Opening at Madame Knlicld's parlors, in  the Hall block, on Thursday, April 121 h, and the  following ten dfus. O\or Hi owns clothing stoic,  Hakcr street, Nelson, Hiitish Columbia.  To Let���Rooms furnished or unfurnished. Apply four doors above the city hall,  Victoria street.  Wanted���At once, a good coat  maker. Wne at my expense to engage job. P.  Da\ id, the Minci 's Tailor, Sandon, B. C.  Furnished rooms to let.   Best of  attendance. Apply Carney block immediately  east of Oddfellows hall.  Spot cash paid for second-hand  goods of all kinds at the Nelson IU/aar, Malone  & Ticgillus block.  Houses furnished with ,.��� new" and  second-hand furnitnre, or mixed new and secondhand furniture, on the installment plan, by the  Nelson Bazaar, Malone & Tregillus block.  Hack   calls   left at the Bodega  Saloon.   Telephone 171.  Man going to Cape Nome has con-  sighed all his household furniture to Niekerson,  Baker street, opposite Queen's hotel, Call and  hm c a look. Blankets, sheets, table cloths pil  lows, and everything you want, Goods must be  sold at once ���  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  CO  HARDWARE  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 Oro Cars, Giant Powder, and Metropolitan Fuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  Having Purchased  the Business  Of Fred J. Squire, merchant  tailor, Nelson, I intend to  continue the business so as  to keep the patronage of all  Mr. Squire's old patrons arid  get a share of the general  trade. I am now prepared  to show the latest styles in  all lines of spring goods. A  special line on hand at $25  per suit. All other lines at  low rates. None but Union  labor employed.  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.  SEALED TENDERS.  MURALO  A Household  Necessity.  We  are now  prepared   to   furnish   this   superior wall finish in  shades.    Have your walls a dingy look?   One coat 6f this  jwi.ll give your home a bright and cosy appearance.  all  For sale by  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  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.  Sealed tenders for the stock-in-  trade of M. J. Walker, lately carrying on business in Phoenix, B. C.,  consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries,  and Hardware, Avill be received by  the- undersigned assignee, until 12  o'clock noon, on Wednesday, the  26tli day of April, instant.  The highest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  RALPH SMATLES, Assignee.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this  5th day of April, 1900.  GET YOUR  CHANDELIERS  WIRED FOR  Electric Gas Lighters  NO JrATCHKS REQUIRED, AL WAITS READY  lectric Supplies  Kooterjay Electric Supply &  Construction Go.  JOSEPHINE STRKKT NELSON  THE  WESTERN  MERCANTILE  COMPANY,  Limited.  FANCY AND STAPLE GROCEKIKS  BAKER STRKKT, NELSON  We have just received a fresh, consignment   of  Christie's famous  Fancy Biscuits and  Cream Sodas.  McCormick & Company's Jersey Cream Sodas.  Also  p. 0. nox nn.  HOUSTON liLOCIC.  Tolophono 1C1.  D. M. Ecu y & Coinpanj's Seeds  Fresh E^tts Received Daily  John /\. Irviqg & Co.  Now is the Time  to replace that  Shabby Awning  Place your order with   .  THEd   MADSON . '   -  Tents,  Awnings,  and  all  kinds of Canvas  Goods  Manufactured to Order  BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  I "$12;000   Stock   of  Dry   Goods I  J Selling at Wholesale Cost ��  ^ -         ��� _ ,��  # We haye received a large consignment of fi*  �� Underskirts which are Exceptional Values. ��  (SB ����&  Hi Fancy Percale Underskirts at 75c Sl  J Black Sateen Underskirts at $1.25 and $1.50 |g  CIS Fancy Colored   Mercerised   Sateen   Underskirt (floun- fP  <H> ced) at $2.15 and $2.75 ��j|  ��j��| Fancy Colored Silk Underskirts at $3.25 m  !�� New Shirt Waists at 50 and 75c            - S  ;K Black Sateen Shirt Waists at $1 *K  '%? Fancy Colored Mercerised Sateen Shirt Waists at $1.75 P  See our new Sailor Hats at 40 and 60 cents  KLT.IOT BLOCK  BAKKR SlKEi;r  ASK YOUR GROCER FOR THE CELEBRATED  ffolfe  The Best that Money can Buy.      Take no Other.  ^liiiufncliiteil hi (lie ]]iftckmnn��Kcr Milling Co . Ltd.  "Victoria, V.mco'ivor, Westiiiinslci. KdmonLori, Ko-sland, Xclfron.  GAS FITTIWG QV& SPECIALTY  PLUMBMfG OP ALL KINDS  Victoria Street, opposite Postofflcc.  LET US PUT J_N GAS  STRACHAN BROS.  ,tion vulIblioo(iO\oirttic ncwiiiiiKO* on 'W'odncs-  d.i) nml S.Lt,iiiriay afternoons, lhe member of  Uio ntlo compain will all particip.iLc 11) the  weeklj matc-hci and civilians v ho ioin luuo the  (isc of one 1 ifie UuouglioiiL Uio ������e.isoii.  Dr. Armstrong returned home  -jontol(%iy from Knslo oftoi" ipcnduiK ������ coupls of  da^s there in his capacity ai^KONoinmonl inspector of ot tic. J. K JCduMitlb of ��ii��Io luis ini-  polled ft d.uij lierd of lire hoad arid Ihese woio  tested foi 11,ft luboicalosis. Dr. Annhtioiifi issued  .i clean bill of health. Other tests ��eic made in  the \RJiiit>  The work on the Balfour extension lias ptogiessed \\ith umisiial lapldu/. Bj  the middle of Afuyit iv artieipatrd that .ill the  LOttliatiiow, with tlioI'Vuuptianof Angus.Sl< \\mt  and .(. W. Mewait'^munpNo. 1, \>ill ha\o oom  plctoi tfioffiauo, unci tho whole of Iho wo*k will  oo turned ovor to the C. P. R. in .luno, fullj u  iiionth oti,her than wus ovjicotcd. The i,vds will  be l.iid by thu company.  ���John    A.   Turner,    government  ii(?(!iit. iwll hriiotuo this wock. Mr, Tinner ii  now nn loute fiom Toumto,      '  T!ie 23rd instant is  tho  last day  for iippluntioiis from iJiutio dc-iuttK io have  (lioii ninin-s i-iitoi'ed ou the votoin' libt.  Y"esterday was half a holiday in  Nelson. Thr banks and !<o\Orniiiont oillceh wci u  all i loscil, no luiBiiiess was liaii'-acted m the legal  olllccs and lhe jiolice couri was olosod foi tlie  occa'-ioii. Tlio %scntli(.r \u>s ideal foi pleasure  exclusions, and llio lake wa, doited all daj with  ci aft of \ u lotibdesi upturns.  Frod Bates, a well-known miner,  left Xc'-oji jesteidaj fortheSihei Hid mine, in  liici'ilot liij distuct    >  If Nelson if, to be a clean city, its  si avenger soi woe "must be reorganised and the  voik done on some -.yijtom.  The completion of the purchase  of the pottofllcc site at the toi ncr ot Vernon and  Wind fticets lianas Hie, and theie is now no  show to beano the c.\ponditnioof the 31000, o\cr  and .iboto tho purchase prico of the site, that le-  niains of tho appiopiialiim ninde lust jear.  &omebod\ lsbhtncloiiup m this matter, and it  is nisi possible that Xclsun will bo vithoiif a  puliho builduif.', tiftei all the elloit that has been  nude to secure one.  "Wanted   Situation assteuograp-  hci by voiniff J<id> ha\'ni{f c\perie'ico. Address  L. W , Tiibune oilioe.  Among others whoregnhiily vi.sit  the oitj park at the head oi V< mon htmct, ('. W.  West is s|i-onglj infn\oi of having the Ktomui  thoiouffhly cloaicd ol lallon timbijr and lulilnsh.  \\reio tin*, done, the park could bo made to .Vol-  son what Alount lto,\aI is to Montreal--the one  place whoi call the people could w.mdor at will  on Sund.it ���> and holidajf.  Foreman McDoncll and liis gang  coniiiicnrcd work on Si.inluy sheet The number  of mon emplOM'd will ho inorcased, m onlci lo  i ompleto llio job at the earliest date j oiiib'c. It  ib not unlikeb that one of tlio t.]��cciul roatiircs of  m  m  m  m  ^^0'fi*-00'00'00-00'00-00'00-00-00-fi*'00^00'00'00'00   ^k^^'^^'^-^'^'^'^^^^^^^^^S*''  a^^fai^^^llfel^j^S^J^^S :-i^'^'iiC^'.^f^fcl^iy^'t- i, ^-'���;'^m__i_$^^kX^-M4^  Wl:  m  (n  fix  fix  m  m  We must move from our present premises  "within "Hr "few" "days; as the buildiiig^s-we  now occupy are to be torn down to make  room for a three-story brick, The breakage  in moving* crockery ware and glassware is  so large that we have decided to clear out  our stocks in these lines at any price. This  announcement was made about the middle of last week, and in three days we  have disposed of nearly 7b per cent of our  stock at fair prices, and the remaining 25  per cent will go this week at any price.  fix  m  m  m  m  m-  m  m  m  m

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