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 DAILY   EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  nnz  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  EKIDAY MOENIOSTG, APRIL 20 1900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  MORE RUMORS FROM AFRICA  Carrington at Beira.  London, April 19.���The arrival of  general Carrington at Beira, Portuguese East Africa, is the only news  that niarkb today's war cables.  ^AVeeks must elapse before general  Carrington will be able to concen-  ttate his forces on the borders of  the Transvaal or approach Mafeking. According to a rumor in circulation at Lorenzo Marquez, a Boer  force has been sent to intercept  general Carrington, but it is not  thought to be of sufficient strength  to cause anxiety.  The Natal Mercury is responsible  for the renewed fears concerning  |��/ the mines, printing accounts from  newly arrived refugees, saying that  elaborate preparations for the destruction of all the Johannesburg  shafts have been carried on under  the supervision of the state engineer, who i.s alleged to have made  requisition for all tho copper Avire  in town lor the purpose of making  connections.  The Bloemfontein dispatches remain full of trivial news, but are  absolutely silent as to the future.  According to a dispatch from  Ladysmith, dated today, the Boers  are much discoucerted by the present condition of affaire. Their fortifications aud forces, numbering  about 15,000, are spread over the  ridges in contemplation of a British  advance through the Wasehbank  valley, north of Ladysmith, which  has not been occupied. The Boer  patrols are very tictive, and are  constantly laying traps.-  A proclamation issued at Cape  Town today allows trading -between Cape Colony and the Orange  Free State to be resumed.  A patrol of Cape police near  Bo$}:of yesterday captured two  Boeis, some ox wagons and 200  J lead of cattle.  Two Germans who arrived' at  ���Cape Town have been sentenced to  ,a year's imprisonment for having  suspicious'possession of 100 rifles  and GOO cordite cartridges'  administration of civil affairs in  Puerto Rico, pending the appointment of officers' under  the Puerto Rican government  law recently adopted. During  most of the session tho Alaskan  CiviLCodo bill was under consideration, the debate continuing on the  Hansbrough amendment re alien  minors. Mr. Carter presented formally his substitute for the Hansbrough amendment aud delivered a  speech in support of it. Mr. Spooner  antagonized both the original and  tho substitute amendment, holding  tliat the courts ought to settle the  conflicting claims without interference by congress.  HARDEST MABChFtHE WAR  News of the Canadians.  Toronto, April 19.���A special  dispatch to the Globe from its own  correspondent with the Canadian  contingent of Mounted Rifles, dated  Carnarvon Camp, March 21st, via  London, April 18th, says:  "The first battalion of Canadian  Mounted Rifles aud D and E batteries of the Royal Canadian artilllery,  which with the New Zealanders,  Australians and a contingent of the  Imperial Yeomanry, make up sir  Charles Parsons' column, the Canadians forming the largest part, is  still halting here. The column  started on  March 11th  from   Vic-  HICKS-BEAGH ON THE EMPIRE  Commissions for Canadians.  Ottawa, April 3 9,���[Special to  "The Tribune.]���.Following tire those  who have got commissions in the  -regular army from the Kingston  Military college: For Royal Engineers, E. C. Baker, Ottawa, F, II.  W. Archbold, Halifax; for Royal  Aitillery, G. E. Hamilton, Ottawa,  IS. S. Stewart;, Montreal, T. Kirk-*  land, Toronto, A. rA. Palmer, Ottawa;  lor army service corps, J. SI. Fissen-  den, Peterborough. F. W. B. Ridout,  Toionto, H. A. Hutson, Gait, Oliver  H. SI. Dickey, Amherst, Nova  Scotia, Hector Jaitbert, Ottawa;  for infantry, K. 11. I. McLaren,  Hamilton, F.P. Miles, Toronto. This  is thirteen, and there is still one  vacancy.   _^__  Mining Outlook Brightening.  Kasi^o, April 19. ���[Special to The  Tribune."]���The_niining outlook- is  brightening all round Kaslo. English capitalists aro becoming increasingly interested here about.  Ernest Mansfield, whose south fork  deals have won him notoriety, is returning from London to put another transaction througli, while J.  /J. Blytlie, who represents English  ^capitalists, cabled from Liverpool  today that everything is most satisfactory regarding the proposed  smelter.  Trouble in Germany.  Berwn,   April  19.���-The sale of  \ Polish   newspapers has   been  for-  1 bidden   at   all   Prussian , 'railway  stations.   The local authorities ut  Konitz,  Prussia,   have   summoned  I two Reservists to preserve the peace  I of the district,1 which is threatened  i'by a suspicion that the death of a  f'boy who was murdered just before  ;,Easter is attributable to the Jews  of the district.  toria West to make the hardest  and longest march of the war. The  route to be traversed includes the  Carnarvon, Van Wycks, Vlei, Kenhardt and Prieska districts, thence  back to De Aar. The country is  largely alkali desert, over which all  supplies, even water, have to be  carried. The Canadian 12-pouuder  guns have produced a sensation  among the inhabitants.  "Small forces of the enemy are  retiring. The troops are hearty  and jubilant at the thought of possible battle. We are leaving ten  sick at the hospital, none of them  serious cases, fortunately. Many  of the horses have- completely  broken down. Surgeon-major Wor-  thingtou is the principal medical  officer and lieutenant Massey the  principal veterinarian officer of the  column.  "It is noted, that the arrival of  this column at De Aai was announced on Tuesday." '  Toronto, April 19. ��� A Globe  special cable from Bloemfontein  says : " Private J, Curphy, one of  the stretcher bearers attached to  tho Quebec company and formerly  of Grimubal, died on Wednesday,  April 18th, of enteric fever."  Glance Into the Future.  London, Apiil 19.���The chancellor of the exchequer, sir Michael  Ilicks-Beach, responding to the  toast of the government at the  Primrose day banquet at Bristol,  said he could not tell when a general election would be held and was  not certain that anybody else  knew, but if the war did not extend beyond the natural life of  parliament, the government would  not appeal to the constituencies  until it was in a position to know  the policy which it would recommend.  "Lord Beaconsfield," continued  the speaker, " was one of the first  to appreciate the advantage of an  empire. Imperial federation is a  delightful dream and it may be:  come more, but we must uot attempt to force the pace. The  colonies, however, have given an  earnest of a future time when there  may be some form of common organization for themselves and the  mother country, which might control imperial policy and give the  colonies a share iu the responsibilities and defence of the empire."  "As to what the results of the  war will he to South Africa, none  can say, but the war bids fair to  have the greatest results for the  empire. Let Great Britain follow  lord Beaconsfield's example, and see  to it that when the war is over, it  will never, if it can help it, occur  again."  News of Bloemfontein.  Bloemfontein, April 19.���During the last ten days there has beon  constant rain and an enormous  quantity of .water has fallen. These  conditions have their advantages,  for every dam in the country  round about is filled and the question of water, which has been one  of great difficulty, is now solved.  The troops will be^able to -move in  any direction with a certainty of  finding a sufficient 'quantity"''of  water. The whole regular and volunteer drafts have arrived and the  Highland brigade is now at its full  Strength. Lady t Roberts and  daughters have arrived.  Guerrillas Dealt With Sternly.  Manila, April 19.'���The military  1 (Commission which tried three  Filipinos at Calambo for guerrilla  warfare has found all three  guilty  ,'^ud sentenced them all to life imprisonment.     Major   general   Otis  ; lias approved the findings, but has  reduced the sentence to fifteen  years. Two robbers convicted of  murder, have beon sentenced to be  hanged at O'Donnell.  In the U. S. Senate.  Washington, April   19.���In  ac  cordance with the recommendation  ff of the president in his message sent  *y congress, the senate today parsed  a jjoint resolution providing for the  From the Provincial Gazette.  Victoria, April 19.--The provincial   appointments    gazetted   this  week aie: M. .1. Stone, O. Close are  to  be justices  of  the  peace;   Alf  Raper of Tcxada Island to be license commissioner, vice J.  L. Seymour/resigned;   Edward Montague  Yarwood of Nanaimo to bo stipendiary magistrate," police magistrate  and to hold the small- debts court,-  viee J. Ililbert, justice of tho peace;  William George McMynn and Sidney  R. Almond, mining recorders, to be  gold commissioners within theKettle  River and  Grand Forks  divisions.  His honor, the lieutenant-governor  has beeu pleased to alter the place  for the registration of bills of sale  in the  county  of Yale  as follows:  for    the     Grand    Forks    mining  division, the office of the  registrar  of the county court at Greenwood ;  for the remainder of the county of  Yale, the office of the registrar of  tho county court at Kamloops. The  following companies are incorporated :   "The Ship Dunsmuir Co. of  Victoria, capital $04,000 ; The Vancouver Breweries, capital $200,000;  Kootenay Cigar Compauy of Nelson,, capital   $50,000;  The British  Lion  Gold  Company of Fairview,  capital   $250,000.    Notice is  given  that the offices of the mining recorder for the Kettle river mining  division and registrar will be moved from Midway to Greenwood on  the 1st May,  Eevenue in the Philippines.  Washington, April 19.���According to a statement made today by  the division of customs and insular  affairs of the war department the  receipts in the Philippines for January, February and March, 1900,  were; January, $503,509; February (cable), $120,-123; March (cable),  $G78,4'iG. The customs receipts for  March alone reached the sum of  $575,995, The total receipts for the  three months were $1,009,379. The  receipts of March exceeded thoae of  either of the two previous months  by $11S,93G.  At Kimberley.  London, April 20.���A dispatch  to the Morning Post from Kimberley, dated Wednesday, says : "Lord  Methuen has issued a proclamation  forbidding civilians to carry arms  without peimits, and ordering  rebels to surrender all modern arms  by May Oth. At present the military here are occupied in collecting  arms and. arresting the rebels, but  everything points to an early resumption of activity."  '    Waiting for the Advance.  London, April 20.���The Bloemfontein correspondent of the Morning Post says: "This city of canards  has been breeding impossible peace_  -rumors during the-last "few" daysT  Everyone now awaits the announcement of a renewed advance. The  latest arrivals of remounts show an  improvement on the earlier arrivals."    ______  The Queen in Dublin.  Dublin, April 19.��� The queen today reviewed 50 jubilee nurses in  the vice-regal lodge grounds after  which she drove 13 miles through  Clontari, on the north side of Dublin bay, and was received by lord  and lady Ardilaun at St. Amies,  Clontari. Cardinal Logue dined  with the queen this evening.  Tannery Burned Down.  Williamsport, P., April 19.���-The  Wallace tannery at Roaring Branch,  owned and operated by the American Tanning Company, was destroyed by fire late last night. The  loss is estimated at over $100,000,  including $50,000 worth of prepared  stock.  suit is that 20 Italians are now behind the bars waiting examination.  Sheriff Molley of Westchester  county secured thirty-two warrants  for the arrest of tho leaders of the  strikers, and also search warrants  for the houses in the Italian  colonies whore the laborers lived.  This fact became known last 'night  and more than 100 Italians fled from  home during the night. It was said  that fully 150 of the men who had  struck had goue to New York and  Syracuse where they had secured  other positions. Many of them left  the station here early this morning,  and some of them said they could  get work and were leaving to avoid  trouble. Since tho . a.wiv~al of, the  cavalry on Tuesday the strikers  have been very quiet.'  Two 'Canadians Break Records.  Boston,   April   19.���Two   Canadian runners went over  the B. A.  Marathon race course from Ashland  to the club house on Exeter street  in record time, in the fourth annual  run of the association.     These men  were John Caffrey of Sfr. Patricks  A. C. and William Sherring  of the  Y. AI. C. A., both of. Hamilton, Ontario, Caffrey leading Sherring by  about half a mile..   Caffrey lowered  the record by over two minutes for  the 25  miles, wliile   Sherring  reduced the record   made    by   McDonald   iu     1898 ,by    over    half  a minute.    The winner's tyme  was  2 hours, 39 minutes and ii 2-5' seconds;   and  Sherring's  2  hours,  41  minutes and 31   3-5' seconds.    The  performances of the two men  were  phenomenal, and, to the utter rout  of the Americans, another Canadian,  F.  Hughson' of Hamilton, finished  third man, his time >being  2  hours  49.08.   Two other Canadians  competed, one  of whom,  Carroll,  finished eleventh while another, Ban-  ard, quit after running finely for ten  miles.        '*  British Consul Honored.  Washington, April 19.���Secretary. Long has undertaken to have  a bronze tablet cast at the Washington navy yard and erected in  Santiago de Ouba^afc q, pointy to-be  designated by 'general Wood in  commemoration of the services of  the late Frederick W. Ramsden,  who, while British consul at Santiago during the Spanish-American  war, did valuable service -to the  United States in protecting American interests there during the siege,  and died while at his post of duty.  The tablet will bear an artistic inscription recounting the services of  the deceased.  RAINS HAVE CAUSED DELAY  Telegrams are Obscure.  London, April 20���4:15 a. m.���A  deluge of rain histing ten days has  brought operations in the southeastern part of tho Free State  about to a standstill. The creeks  have becoming roaring rivers.  A singular message dated Bloemfontein, April 19th, and beginning  "Via press censor at Bloemfontein,"  reports an exchange of shots in the  direction of Dewetsdorp, where the  Boers are said to be in force after  their withdrawal from Wepener.  There is nothing to indicate that  the investment of Wepener has  been announced by tbe Boers.  Notwithstanding the rain, the  British have made some progress,  as Dewetsdorp litis been occupied  by the British, probably by the ad-r  vance guard of general Rundle's  division. Dewetsdorp is about 24  miles from Wepener.  An obscure message from Aliwal  North, dated April 19th, says that  general Brabant has anived. there,  but whether he returned alone or  with his troops is not clear. Boer  reports from Aliwal North aver  that from 8,000 to 10,000 Boers are  at Wepener.  ��� Extended reports of the Bloemfontein concert for the benefit of  the widows and orphans have been  cabled. No less than seven separate accounts are published in Loudon s, today. The concert, the  weather and the bare statement  that lord Roberts is ready to move  is all that has been received, and  tho correspondent Avho announces  that lord Roberts is ready to move  does not specify the direction iu  which he is going.  etc.       Mr.-.     Carter      maintained  that      mere      denunciation       of  the     men     was     not      sufficient  to   destroy their rights.   The injured parties ought to be permitted  to go into the courts to contest for  the claims.   Mr.  Rawlins of Utah  asked if it were notafactthat United  States army officer had dispersed at  the point of the bayonet a regularly organized miners meeting in the  Cape Nome   district.     Mr.  Carter  replied that he had been  informed  that the   soldiers   of  the   United  States had dispersed a meeting of  American  citizens  called  together  to make rules and regulations for  the  government of mining in  the  district, and subsequently he said  some of these had been taken toSf.  Michaels and lodged in jail.  " That this action on the part of  United States army will be subject  to a rigid investigation there can be  little doubt," said- Mr. Carter.  "And the investigation must be  searching and final. The names  will come out in time, and, if guilt  exists, the guilty men may well  tremble."  INTERESTING MINING CASES  ANNUAL EASTER MEETING  Roberts is Now Ready.  London, AprH 20.��� Tho Bloemfontein correspondent' of the Daily  Chronicle, telegraphing Thursday,  srys: "The requisitioned remounts  and equipment havc arrived, and  the infantry divisions are now supplied with tents. The Boers in the  immediate neighborhood are quiet,  but both sides are steadily preparing for the coming btruggle. Lord  Roberts is now ready. Several lots  of   concealed  weapons_ have_been  discovered   here   this week,  epidemic of fever is abating."  The  Her Sleep.  April   19.���Little  Died in  New York,  Kate Kneipper whose sleep of more  than a week has puzzled physicians  died today without awakening.  Little more than a week ago the  child complained of a headache and  fell asleep. Every effort to awaken  her was in vain.  Strike Nearly Crushed.  Croton Landing, N. Y��� April  19. ���This was by far the most important day in and around Croton  Valley since the strike began seventeen days ago. The civil authorities played a very prominent part  in the day's proceedings and the re-  Stopping the Tourists.  London, April 20.���In consequence of sir Alfred Alilner's dispatch to Mr. Chamberlain urging a  cessation in the stream of tourist  travel to South Africa the various  tourist companies have withdrawn  ^tlieir prospectuses of trips to the  South African battlefields. The  Daily News says: "On the urgent  request of lord Wolseley,' implicit  instructions havo been issued by  the government for the restriction  of travel to South African port0."  Only Sixty Millions.  New York, April 19.���The appraised valuation of the estate of  Cornelius Vanderbilt amounts to  about $00,000,000, says tlio Woild  toda3f. The estate was supposed to  be worth at least $125,000,000 at  tho time' of Cornelius Vanderbilt's  death last September, Chauncey  M. Depew estimated that this,was a  most conservative estimate, and  made only to assist those attempting to get some idea of the amount  of the residuary estate coining to  Alfred.        Fell From a Sleeping Car.  Huntingdon, Pennsylvania, April  19.���R. II. 0. Hill of Baltimore, representing the II. G. Dun mercantile  agency, was killed today by falling  from a sleeping car of a Pennsylvania lailroad train. Mr. Hill wtis  on hi.s way to Mead ville, Pcnnsyl-,  vania, to testify in an important  railroad case. After falling from  the train his body was terribly  mutilated by a freight train.  The Turko-Amencan Dispute.  Washington, April 19.���Among  the  callers  upon  acting secretary  Hill today was Ali Ferrouh Bey, the  Turkish   minister  to  Washington.  Though   this  was diplomatic day  rand the minister had been a rather  frequent visitor to the  department  on such days,  it was pretty well  understood that the occasion for  this particular call was the publication of the intention of the United  States government to bring to an  immediate   issue   the negotiations  with Turkey relative to tho payment of tho American missionary  and other claims., It is understood  that the purpose of the minister  was primarily ��� to gather  information on this subject,  of 'which' he  was ignorant owing to the fact that  the   negotiations   have   been  conducted    exclusively   in    Constantinople.  What Wilkinson Thinks.  London, April 20.���Spencer Wilkinson, dealing with.the probabilities of the military situation in the  Morning Post, says: "Probably the  silence after what has beeu published concerning the movements of  generals Brabant, Barton and Bundle, as well as sir Herbert Cherm-  side, indicates that operations are  in full progress, but- ihat precautious aro being taken to prevent  tho enemy learning of the British  movements."  Another Ashantee War Coming.  Accra, Gold Coast Colony, April  19.���Tlio governor, sir Frederick  Mitchell Hodgson, wires from Kumassie that the otFier tribes are rising again and he asks for assistance.  Tho loyal Bekus have been attacked by the Ashantees and 500  have been killed, it is feared that  this will compel them to join the  rebellion. Evidently the matter i.s  extremely serious and was hushed  up until it was too late.  An  Afro-American's  Bishop's   Views.  London, April 20.���Bishop Htirt-  zel, of the American Methodist  Episcopal church in South Africa,  who will sail'for the United States  on Saturday by the St. Louis, says  that ho considers Great Britain lias  been entirely right in the South  African trouble from the outset,  and he expresses tho hope that  Dutch South Africa will bo converted  into British South  Africa.  Of St. Saviour's Church.  The annual easter meeting.of St.  Saviour's church was held yesterday evening in the church school  room, and a large amount of business was transacted. The financial  statement for last year, which was  eminently satisfactoiy, was presented and adopted. Officers for  the ensuing year were then elected.  Tiie rector reappointed Fred Irvine as rector's warden. George  Johnstone was unanimously reelected as people's warden.  The following sidesmen were  chosen: E. A. Crease, T. J. Sims,  H. W. R. Christie, R. W; Hannington, J.,M. Lay, W. L. Smith, II. AI.  Bird, J. J. Campbell, Alderman  Morrison, F. Deacon, G. W. Clarke  and W. Douche. _!_ r ,  The lay1' delegates fco the synod  will be E. A." Crease, George Johnstone and F, Iryine.      * >���  Those present at the meeting,  which was very largely attended,  included:  George Johnstone, E. A. Crease,  alderman Morrison, J. Gee, G. W.  Clark, R. M. Macdonald, J. AI. Lay,  W. Douche, F. W. Peters,O.Newling,  T. J. Sims, J. J. Campbell, C. D. J.  Christie, R. W. Hanningtou, Fred  Irvine, R, W. Day, R. .AI. Bird, A.  G. Gamble, sheriff Tuck, N. Bird, R.  W. Brigstocke, II. R. Hedley, Freeman Lake, W. J. Astley, Dr.  Hawkey, N. M. Cummins, H. W. 11.  Christie, Alelville' Parry, H. B.  Haines and S. AI. Brydges, aud Ales-  dames J. AI. Lay, Eskrigge, O. D. J.  Christie, R. W. Day. R. AI. and H.  Bird, Hawkey, and Aliss Russell and  others.  The meeting then adjourned uutil Alondtiy next at S p.m.  Braden vs. American Boy Co.  A couple of cases involving unusually nice points of mining law  will come up for trial at the sitting  of the supreme court to be held iri  Nelson on the 8th proximo under the  style of Braden vs. American Boy  Alining Company.  The American Boy miue is a well  known property situated near  Cody. It is operated from Spokane,  but among the large stockholders is  P. Burns. A large amount of money'  has been expended on the property  ���and it has been shipjnng ore for  some time.  - William Braden, the plaintiff in  the actions, is of Helena, Montana.  He owns the Ajax and Treasure  Vault properties, adjoining the  Ameiican Boy, and has clone some  work on the claims.  Air. Braden has entered suit in  the first place to set aside the crown  grant issued to the American Boy  company for the American Boy mineral claim, alleging that the crown  graut was obtained by fraud  on the part of defendants by sup-.,  pressing from the government"  officials the fact that the Ajax and  Treasure Vault were prior locations.  The defendants contend that the  Ajax and Treasure Vault- had expired before they applied for the  crown grant for the American Boy,  and further that plaintiff, not  having taken adverse proceedings  under section 37 of the Aliueral Act,  is now barred from attacking the  grant.  In the  second  case, Air.  Braden  ���  claims that he is  entitled,  as  the  lawful holder of the Treasure Vault _  mineral claim, to all  the veins  or  lodes of mineral   through their entire depth the top or apex of which  -  lie inside the suifaco lines of the  Treasure/Vault, although such veins  may depart from,a perpendicular  in their course downward so as to  extend   "outside   the    vertical sirlo  lines of the surface location.     This-  would involve a  rich  vein, in   tho  ?,  American Boy, nnd is strongly  opposed by defendants.    The American Boy company denies that  the  apex    of    the    vein    is   oil    tho  Treasure Vault aud contend that iu  any event as the Treasure Vault is  triangular - shaped    and    without  patallel  end  lines  Braden has  no  right under tho Mineral Act of 1S91  to follow any vein or  lode  outside ,  the surface boundaiies.   The points  Cape Nome Claims.  WAhiii.\(.TON, April 19.���The  senate tonight proceeded to the  consideration of the Alaskan Code  bill, tho pending question being the  Han��brough alien mineis' amend-  mondment. Afr. Carter, in charge  of the measure, replied to the  speech of Air. Teller iii which he  said the men jumped tho claim-*  which ware orginally located by  some   Laps,   Swedes,   Norwegians,   Trains" Still Tied Up.  Jackson, Alississippi, April 19.���  Trains on the roads running out of  Jackson are still crippled as the result of tho recent flood,and it is  not likely that regular schedules  will be in operation for several days.  A passenger train with 35 persons  aboard, which has been water-  bound since Afonday at Quitman,  Mississippi, has not yefc been released.    Buller Has Not Resigned.  London, April 20.���The Ladysmith correspondent of the Daily  Telegraph, in a dispatch dated  Wednesday, April 18th, says : "The  news of the nature of the dispatch  of lord Roberts to the war.office  regarding the Spion Kop operations,  has created much comment locally,  but no resignations are yet mentioned." ^ ________        The Pool Championship.  Nkw York, April 19.���The first  of the series of games in tho pool  match for the championship of the  world and $150 a side was played  tonight at Daly's between Alfred  De Oro and Jerome R. Keough. De  Oro scored 201 to 179 scored by  Keough.            Russian Prince Killed.  London, April 20.���A despatch to  the Daily News from Pretoria dated Alonday, April I (5th, says:  "Prince Baratyron AfoigulT, a Russian nobleman, was killed tit the  same time with general de Ville-  bois-AIareuil.  Gharousek Dead.  Bi;i>A PiSfeT, April 19.���Charousek,  the well known chess player, is dead.  Vault had lapsed before the crown  grant was issued to the American  Boy-and that the American Boy  company has a right to al)-minerals  within their surface lines under the  crown grant.  The judgment in these action?  will be awaited with great interest,  as the points in issue"have never  been thoroughly fought out.  Whealler & Alartin of Kaslo appeared for plaintiff iu both cases  and Galliher <fc WiIsoi_i_are_ for defendants.    Rifles Will Go to Kaslo.  The Nelson Rifles held their first  drill for the spring season last night.  There was an excellent turn out.  Five recruits paraded for the first  time and the indications are that  the ten vacancies in the ranks will  be filled quickly with iirst-cla��s  material. After drill the question  of visiting Kaslo on May 21th in  response to tiie invitation of tlio  celebration committee then* was  discussed, and the men voted in  favor of going. In view of this the  company will doubtlos*> spend the  national holiday at Kaslo. It was  argued that the promotion of tho  system of visiting among the companies of the Rocky Mountain Rangers would contribute materially to  the esprit de corps of the service iu  the Kootenays.  Grocers Will Close Early.  On and after Alay 1st tho grocers  of Nelson will close their stores  punctually at 7 o'clock every evening, except Saturday evenings and  the evenings before holidays. The  following firms have signed the  agreement: J. A. Irving ��fc Co.,  Morrison ��fc Caldwell, Western Mercantile Company, Limited, Kirkpatrick & Wilson, T. J. Scnnlail,  Patton <k Knraan, Crossetb & Ferguson, Hudson's Bay Company.  Local News.  The  formal   papers  transferring  thcassoN of the West KuotuiM} It:j< k fc Limo  ( ompmit to the (���urclm'.onfiepn.'hontertby RniusD  MiimhIIcIiI ueie M^ned jcstculiiv.  A meeting of tho Liberal association took plnce last night, A. M. Johpion reported on hchulf uf the ilclejjn.to-i to Iho ftifent  Vftucom or convention, 'flu* election ol otliuora  wasuot piocccdod with. The utfsocSatiaU wm  meet aguin at tho call of the executive Ill  ^Ifif  iftfii  life* ��i ���  ii^fis��f~-;i  BII?  I|p:;;'..  ���SIS'"  ?Jfe -.  iM---  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C FRIDAY, APRIL 20 1900  &.  Co  We keep the largest and best assortment of Ladies' Tailor-made  Suits in the city, also separate skirts. Prices rock bottom. All-wool  homespun suits finished the Fame as a twenty-live dollar suit. Our price  while they last is $13.00 something better at $15.00; still better at $18.00;  the best values ever offered at $20 to $23. You have paid $30.00 and  receive no better qualities. Separate skirts at $2.00 that will surprise  you ; $3.75, $1.00 to $S.0O.    Alade in the latest styles.    Fit perfect.  P. S.    Standard Patterns in stock.  THE NEW DRY GOODS STORE  MADDEN BL.OCK,  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, Tweeds  from  which  to  make a  selection.  Prices to suit any and  every purse.  The candidate is now recognized as  a weak one. No Liberal will vote  for him, and the workingmen aro  not hankering to elevate to office a  mere mining company promoter,  who less than six months ago was  willing to transfer his field of  operations from British Columbia  to Oregon and California. These  are facts that the men who reside  in Rossland and the Boundary  towns are aware of, and they do  not care to support a man who is  so willing to cpiit a country that  has honored him and raised him  from poverty to ailluence merely  because of the passage of a law  that does not suit him.  BROWN    &    CO.   Hall Block, 296 Baker St.  ;_U__i  r &> C^> tS* cS^ ^>  ^ All the Latest Designs  $     ���.   ��� in  #  m   $  m  mm?  9-(=J-(=J;  %  w  Paper  T  4  m  m  m:  #  We have just received a consignment of Wall  Papers which gives us the largest  stock ever carried in the Kootenays  iti  See  us for Paper Hanging and Painting  of every description  m  One of the largest mine operators  in Kootenay, aud one, by the way,  who has fought sturdily against the  eight-hour law, is reported as  saying:    "Things  are  going  along all  right now, aud I  do  not look for  any further trouble.    Existing conditions    are    not    likely    to    be  changed."      Such    can     admission  should  have   weight   with  people  who are shouting  for the repeal of  the eight-hour  law.    It is safe  to  say that few business  men  can be  found in any town iu East or West  Kootenay that favor the reopening  of the question.    If mine managers  are satisfied to let things go as they  lay, why should officious politicians  and cheap-labor shouters be  given  any    consideration?    Peace,   with  broad-minded men in charge of the  government, will  bring  prosperity  to British Columbia.  00 ._0 .00 .00 .00 .00 .^0.0^  >m*. ��� Va��..Vaa. ���No**Vi>> ��>^ �����*���'**  _    _   _    ��� ^  00 ' 00' 00 - 00' 00 ' 00'fi* ' fi*   fi* ' 0* '0*r  '0*'fi*' fS0'fi*' fi*'t  iti  iti  \M  iti  )'f  36   Baker   Street  iti  lif  Annual Spriqg 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  Xlf  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..    .    .    50c0up  iti  iti  iti  Floor Oilcloth from    .  Window Shades from    .    .  Curtain Poles from  Lace Curtains from      .  Art Rugs and Squares at all prices  25c  up  40c  up  40c  up  75c  up  iti  iti  iti  All Carpets sewed and laid free of charge  P. J. Bradley <�� Co.  Sign Painters and Decorators.  Corner of Josephine and Victoria Streets  Nelson  ���&.- Fancy Room Moulding at 21 cents a foot and upwards.  ^ir    Prompt attention given to mail orders.    Samples and pness on request  ffl  i&i  'c2>-e=)'p3^^-c=>-e^  ���c3-(^'(=y-{  ��he ��ritome*  ,, < Tub slatement made by the orgau  of the peddlers (for it is no longer  the organ of- the", sensible mine  owners), that mayor .Houston employed nearly a round dozen of the  men brought from the Coast to  woik at the Enterprise mine, iu  Sl'ocan district, who refused to go  to work -when they learned the conditions that actually existed, Is in  line with all other statements that  are made by that venal sheet when  discussing the actions of officials  whom it cannot bulldoze. A few  of the men in question came to Nelson. They were without means,  and-applied to-fcluTchief of "police  Jor tho privilege of remaining over  night in the city lockup. That permission was given them by the  chief, and the next morning he informed the mayor of their condition. Four of the party were given  work on the streets for four,or live  days. If the Miner was inclined to  be fair, il could have obtained the  above facts from either the chief of  police or the mayor.  No ono will  accuse David  Mark  Carley, editor of the   Economist, of  friendliness,  political   or persona!,'  for Joseph "Mar tin, premier of British Columbia, who is announced to  address   the  electors of  Nelson  at  the opera  house  on Monday night  next.    Yet, in, discussing the street  rumor that no ono appeared willing  to act as chairman  of Mi'. Martin's  meeting, Mr. Carley said: "I would  " have no hesitation  iu  acting as  " chairman   of   the   meeting,   nor  " should   any   other good   citizen,  " Acting as  chairman of a public  " meeting    does    not    necessarily  " imply that  the chair is  in sym-  " pa thy with either tho speakers or  " the objects of the meeting.   Mr.  " Martin is premier of the province,  " and he should be given a respect-  " i'nl and fair hearing by the people  " of Nelson.    This is  not  only fair  " uniform courtesy with which all  " public men have been treated in  '��� Nelson. No town in the province  " has a better reputation than Nel-  " son in this respect." The Tribune is thoroughly in -accord witli  the views of Mr. Carley.  A NUMiiEE of conferences havo  been lield between the head push  of the Conservative and Liberal associations with the view of uniting  ou a candidate for the legislative  assembly. The candidate is to  stand upon 0110 plank, and that is  opposition to "Joe" Martin. It  should not be difficult to find a  candidate on so narrow a platform,  for, _while-_!lJoe"_has__ admirers, in  Nelson, he has no supporter who  would care to sacrifice himself as a  candidate in his interest. But tho  action of the two associations goes  to show how little they are at a  time when when broadminded bigness is required. The candidate of  the two associations -will probably  be G. Frank Beer, of Beer Brothers,  financial agents. lie is a Liberal,  is popular, has money to burn, and  is a practical politician.  The Miner takes occasion to lecture alderman Wilson because of  his having voted against the Arthur  resolution to make the mayor the  subordinate of the city engineer.  No alderman that agrees with the  mayor on any question can expect  other than abuse from the organ of  the peddlers.  1st an outburst of frenzy the  Miner called for a special meeting  of the city council to reinstate a  subordinate city official to a posi-,  tion from which he had not been  suspended. After a while the people  will believe that the organ of tho  peddlers is not only unreliable, but  a chronic mischief maker and disturber of the peace.  HUDSON'S BA^T  tei  ljy__k. >����v ��j����^ 'j��*^s osi"^ ���-^���^ oa  -������'0m>^'00'fi_<'00^''fi*;-fi*^fi*- fi*.''fi*  ilf  xti  #  .{^.e^.  J��^  ���C=l'  l'c=>'t=yc=>'(=}'  ���)'j=3'{=}-t  m  m  We have sold .75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fire Brick and  Fire Clay  w  w  Used in Kootenay.  #  We also handle  Steel Mining Rails,  Blacksmith's Coal, Sewer Pipe, Etc.  H. J.  EVANS  NELSOM, B. C;  & CO.  ^  �����a ;S> rSs ���& ���&. -S3 -.^6 ���  ^2i <^ -^^ ^^3, -t^ -<^ ^^ *  ^S/'cH'i^'c^-e^-e^-i-^-  ���g��  %  'W  .(=3.&.  Garden  Seeds  >  Gaqada Drug & Book Co.  \ ,���  We are ready for your gardening. Fresh seeds in bulk, both  Vegetable and Flower Seeds, also  Lawn Grass and White Clover,  Prices same as Eastern. Catalogues  INCORPORATED 1S70.  Omir Leaden  IticiiAKii Hall, who made one of  Harry Ilelmekeu's big-four' in the  last provincial elections, has announced his intention of seeking reelection. This will make it awkward for the machine Conservatives  who have declared for party lines.  Hall was the only Liberal on tlio  ticket, aud in attempting to crowd  him off the Conservatives stand a  chance of losing two scats wliich  were ordinarily counted safe. It  looks as if the present Conservative leaders will wreck the party in  this province in their endeavor to  satisfy the mine managers' ambitions.  Tiik candidate of the Conservative eight-hour-law repealers is  not going to have a walk over in  Rossland riding as is predicted by  the ward heelers that are spending   tions  io Ladies9  Kid Gloves  Garry at $r^s  - Beaver at $11.25  ;XCC at $11.75   -  Cannot be beaten  The best values that money can  buy.  anada Drug & Book Co.  NKLSON  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.   NEJL.SON.-B. O.   Coffbo roasters ami dealers la Tea and Coffee.  Otter fresh roasted, coffeo of best quality as  follows:   *  Jn-va, and Arabian Macha, per pound ?  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  100  l''h<e Santos, i pounds > ������������ 1 00  Santos Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds..,  1 00  Our Tlio Roast, 6 pounds  1 00  A trial order solicited.   Salesroom 2 doors east  of Oddfellows block. West Unkor stroet.  L J. Robie  .PASeiOIABLB  TAILOE  Workmanship and  quality of goods tl|e  best obtainable  Opposite Silver King Hole!, Baker street, Nolson  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 Grossing C. P. R, Track j  Mills Hall Street Wharf  ine Tailoring  CLEANING  AND  HKPA THING  uasens tsay  es  TELEPHONE 13  OTTO M. ROSENDALE  Portland, Oregon, Postoffice Box 464  play, but it is in accord with the ' his money and doing his shouting. J outright.  Advises about mines, mining  property and its workings. Companies organized. Capita! furnished. AH information and correspondence confidential. Demand for silver-lead proposi-  Copper properties bought  h; d. ashcroft  BLACKSIVHTHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  flrKl,-ciiint? wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and ciiBtom work from outbids points.  Shop:  Hall St., between* Baker and Vernon  GENUINE   .      '  J. T. FIFE  P. O. Box 660  & CO.  NELSON  St JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Siitera o�� St. Joseph of Peace. It is situated at  (he corner of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  the best residential portions of Nelson, and is  c.t--ily accessible from nil parts of tho city.  Tlio course of btudy includes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough JCnf,"-li*.li education: Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science couiso���nuisic;  vocal and inbtrumental, drawing, etc. Plain art  and needlework, etc.  I<'or terms and particulars apply to tho Sister  Superior.  Nelson Business College  Has entered upon its second quart er with enlarged actomiiLud.)tion nnd incrcdbcd facilities  for promoting tho interests of students.  Nighl classes Monday, Wednesday, and Friday  of each weelr. lteKister early. lioom 7, Victoria  Block, Josephine street.  YOUR OWN GOODS MARE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  cut prices" is^thb  ORDEirOF THEDAY L  And I want, to be in it. I have just recolved  .Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $jO,000 stock to choose from made to  your order at prices never before heard of in Nelson, All the latest fads in Fancy Veatings for  Fall and winter.  Ladies* tailoring in all its branches n specialty.  Lowest prices.   KoornR 1 and 11, Hillyor block,  STEVENS^The Tailor  Palace P/feaJ: iVjarkei  Headquarters  for all kinds'of /  Fresh and Cured  Meats.  ?%K?'  m  m  m  m  fix  m  ���^���a>'>^  TOWN  OF  PROCTER  A feature will bo mads of the poultry and  panic Uade. Thoy will always be on hand during their season.'  **  ICO Josophino St., between Baker and VernoS.  Telephone 151).  .A..   J��!3NT-S'P^].A-j5r  Contracting Painters, Decorators;Papcrhangers.  Full lino of wall paper, mouldings, etc,   Kalso-  niining and Tinting.   Strictly first-class work,  Estimates furnished.  Residence Mill Street,  Opposite School House  NELSON, B. C.  W��� Starmer Srtilth & Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Streot Opposite Opera Honse  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Roses, Fancy Evergreens  Mngnolcib, JSulbs, new crop tested seeds, forspnng  planting. Largest and most, complete stock in  western Canada. Call and make j our selections  or send for catalogue. AddrciS at tho nursery  grounds and greenhouse.  M. 3. HJCNRY.  3006 Westminster Boad, Vancouver, B. C,  S& SL: &U &: St SL ��1: & GL SL SL Sfw  ^ ��� ��^ ^ ST-����� ��i ��T-��T. 5BT'��T. 5T-��y^  w\  ml  /f\  wl  9! 20 Miles east of the City of Nelson, and Terminus S|  jL                of the Nelson-Balfour section of jL\  j& the Crow's-Nest -Pass- Railway. ,   i  m _���_. ^;  ��i Business and  Residential Lots ranging at prices ' i_i .  JJJ from $75 to $150 each.                           - Jf |  ?f> Terms: One-third cash:  balance 6 and 12 months. -" :  fix- r      ,               ' /  !f5 This townsite is held jointly by the Canadian Pacific Railway 'fly  f\ -  ' ,     ��� Company and T. G. Procter.   - /"  fdX ' ' t  fk Apply to FRANK FLETCHER, Land Agent 0. P. B., Nelson, m  fc or to T. 0. PROCTEB, Baiter Street, fieison,     . ;      j^  'SS^,0.*' 0-"^.0. 0.0.0. ���JSL25'^,*S'^05����'"^^��^','^^>':35J"  1    rj  imii TBI ���  mw   iii nn m*   mi   <Mi tfBi Tlln ^itn  mm -nrr -itto   T>  itx ^r tro  ~w ^ir imff wci "<��� \fr.   f  & Co.  Head Office at  NELSON, B. C.  Wholesale and Retail  lers in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Itossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, ltevelstoke,,lJ'ergnson( Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson &   &   TKAVES,   Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION. ,  Blank Books Manufactured and Books and Magazines bound  and re-bound at The Tribune Book Bindery, Burns Block/ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, FRIDAY, APRIL 20, 1900  U  ANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, .ill paid up.. $12,000,000  BEST     6.000,000  l.oid SI i.il lif on.i and Mount Uojal .    Pi psidont  Hon  Grmge A. llilininiuiul Vu'c-Picsiilent  K. is. Ulouslon (jonui.il Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenaj   Streots.  Branches in Lovdon (England) Xi'.w Yoitic,  Chicago, mid all the piincipal cities m Canada.  Buy and sell Stoilmg Exchange and Cable  Transfois.  Giant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  awulable in nnj pail of tlio world.  Diafls Is->ued, Collections Made, Etc.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Saving's Bank Branch  cumtr.vr iivti: ok im'i.kust j'.ud.  UPON MATTERS OF SPORT  Change in Lacrosse Rules.  The probabilities are that the  Rritish Columbia Amateur Lacrosse  Association ���will bo ono team short  in its circuit this season. At the  annual meeting of the association  which was hold in iVow Westminster, the secretary reported that  Nanaimo had been obliged to drop  out of tlio1 senior circuit. The Victoria organization, which was rather  .shaky last year, has been strength-  ed, and the prospects aro that the  three cities���Victoria, Vancouver,  aud New Westminster will battle  for the championship.  Only    one    playiug    rule    was  changed, or rather added.    It is distinctly   stated   that uo  ball   shot  through goal posts from within the  crease  will  be  allowed  as  scored.  This is to prevent the growing practice of the home player  rushing in  and   nailing tho   goal-keeper.      It  would seem though that they might  have added  some  directions as  to  how tho ball should be taken out if  it does  go through unlawfully  in  this   way  and  where  tlio  face-off  shall be.    The rule though was unanimously   adopted.      A   question  came   up   which  is  causing  much  trouble among the Vancouver players today, and from  the ���way thoy  "expressed themselves it is likely to  cause more later on, unless settled.  -There aro two players of lat>t year's  New Westminster team,  the Pcele  brothers, who are now resident  in  Vancouver, and the Vancouver tle-  J legates on their own motion wished  ��� to   'allow   them   to   play for   the  .Royal City "team.    Any  .such permission   as  this "though ifc  is  distinctly contrary to the constitution,  and it is hard  to sec how it can be  done without amending section 1 of  rule iv., which slates " that players  -shall  bo regular members  in   good  standing of tiie club they represent  i'or at least twenty-one days before  being eligible to play in a match for  their  club  and Tinusfc be bona  iide  residents of tho city."  ' Among the officers  elected were:  W. H. Quaim, honorary president;  A. W. Ross, president; D. A. Smith,  iirst vice-president; W.  Si.  Ditch-  burn,   secretary - treasurer.      The  refereca from Vancouver are Messrs.  J). A. Smith and J. II, Senkler.  Greenwood's Ball Team.  Greenwood is organizing a ball  team which it is predicted will be  able to worst any organization in  the interior. An attempt will be  made to organise a league composed  of Nelson, JRossland, Grand Forks  Imd"GreeITwdod^  A  NOVEL   EXHIBITION.  An Ameiiean who proposes to  have a novel exhibition at the Paris  exposition this year is "Tom"  Crahan, one time gambler and  saloon keeper of Helena, Montana.  '���Tom"  ran  his>  course  in   Helena,  wont for gold in the Klondike  country, aud finally concluded that  there could not be a better moneymaker than a moving-picture exhibition of a Klondikcr's experiences from start to finish, to be  presented at the Paris exposition.  Ho had $10,000 when everything  was cleaned up, and he proposed to  risk this in the venture, says the  New Vork Herald.  He had little education, no experience in tho work, and no acquaintance in the east. The first  man he thought of was Edison, and  he went straight from the Klon-"  dike to Menlo Park. There he was  admitted, and fearful that Mr. Edison would pass out without recognizing him, he asked who owned  a coat lying on a chair near him.  He was told it was Mr. Edison's.  After a long time a man came from  an inner room and picked up the  coat.  "xlre you Mr. Edison?" inquired  Crahan, not knowing of Mr. Edison's  deafness.  No answer from the man putting  on the coat.  "Are you Mr. Edison?" Crahan inquired again.  The man was into the coat without answering, and Crahan became  angry and desperate. Catching  him by the arm he almost shouted  at him:  "If you are Mr. Edison. I've come  seven thousand miles to see you,  and I want to see you."  This vigorous appeal brought a  response, and Crahan hauled a lot  of nuggets out of his pockets and  began to ask questions. Mr. Edison at once became interested. Crahan unfolded his scheme. Mr. Edison at once "turned it down,"  because, as he said, there were  already too many moving-picture  shows and the Edison people had  quit making kinctoscopes. But  Crahan was not to be turned from  his purpose, and he forthwith  told Mr. Edison that he wanted two  machines, and he would pay the  money for them himself. Mr. Edison  was willing io make them on such  terms, and he not only agreed to "do  so, but he went a little further aud  took stock in the enterprise. This  was an endorsement good enough  for anybody, and Crahan went to  New ,Y"ork and Chicago, and before  many weeks he had pledges for subscriptions enough to warrant him  iu pushing his plan for all it was  worth, and getting ready for actual  business.   '  The American 'preliminaries -being completed, he went tO' Paris,  where he met director-general Peck  of the American exhibit, to whom  he stated his ease, and he was sent  to see the French authorities. They  asked $00,000 for the privilege he  sought; But Crahan was not giving  up e\ erything, and he got them  down to $20,000, at which figure he  closed with them, putting up a part  of the money in cash ou the spot.  Tho Parib business concluded, he returned to New York, employed a  photographer, aud beginning in that  city, he went to lhe_Pacific,_taking_  pictures all along the route of im  Imperial Bank of Canada  IIKA11   OFFICE, 'lORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,654,710  , Ti. Wilkio, General Manager.  E. Hay. Inspector.  NeUon Blanch���Burns Block, 221 I3akcr Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  to it. This work being finished,  the indefatigable Crahan returned  to New York and set his men to  work on the final preparation of  the pictures for exhibition. He is  flying back and forth between the  two oceans, with occasional trips to  Paris, and when the exposition  opens in the French capital '"Tom"  Crahan will be there.  the number of deaths and cases  have dwindled to nothing. Now  that the disease has vanished, the  determination is to keep the disease  out of England by keeping foreign  dogs out, except for breeding purposes, when they may be brought  in subject to three months' quarantine, or as pets, provided they are  brought for peimanent residence,  in which case they will be admitted  subject to three months' quarantine. Owners of pet dogs must depose that the dog has been healthy  for three months.  THE   DAWSON   TELEGRAPH.  J.  B.  Charleson,  superintendent  for   Dominion   government  public  works  in   the   Yukon,   arrived in  Vancouver on Sunday, having come  down   from    the   North   by   the  steamer, Amur, which got into Victoria on Saturday night.    He was  accompanied by his private secretary, Mr. Gobell, and Mr. Hardy, the  accountant  for   the  works  in  his  charge.    Mr.   Charleson has   come  down for the purpose of inspecting  the work done at the Quesnelle end  of the new telegraph line that is to  connect with the Dawson line built  last year, and which is to form a  complete line to the Klondike.    Mr.  Charleson has about  50 men work-  ine at the Atlin end of the line,  making 120 in all who are engaged  now  on the  telegraph line  work.  Another party of men has lately  been at work on the construction of  the  new postoffice   at Atlin,   and  which  is said by Mr. Charleson to  be a creditable piece of work.    The  new line will be over 800 miles in  length.   It has been built noAV from  Atlin to the head of Pike river, a  distance of 50miles, anda fine little  telegraph  office  has  been   erected  there for the agent of the first relay  station.   The trail is cut through  twelve feet in width to the head of  the Silver Salmon river, and there  are still 80 miles of wire to lay before Telegraph   creek.    When the  work will be finished   depends   a  great deal on the progress made in  this  district,  for  it is  said to  be  swampy, and will probably be very  difficult to wotk through.    If thc<  weather is good and snow does not  interfere too much, Mr. Charleson  hopes to be through to Telegraph  by May 15 th or June 1st.    Hazel ton  is ^considered to be^about the halfway point of the line, the Quesnelle  party,  under Mr. James  Clodden,  working up to Hazelton.    They had  25 miles of wire strung on Saturday  night    last,    and    were    pushing  through the work ,very well.   The  principal difficulty So far has beeu  in  getting  provisions  in  over the  snow.    The deep siiow there does  not pack, like ifc does in the east,  Mr. Chatleson says, and the getting  ia of 300 tons of suj>plies has been  a very heavy part of "the work so  far.    This has been   accomplished  with double teams  of horses and  Avithout any particular accidents.  Boers May Save Her Trouble.  A firm in Liverpool, being delighted at the idea that one of its  employees was called upon to join  the reserves, at once volunteered to  pay half his wages to his wife in  his absence, says the Post. At the  end of the month the woman appeared, and the money was at once  given her.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kind3.  IP WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL MAKE IT FOK  YOU  CALL AND.GET PRICKS.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AJTD LAKE STREETS, KELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)    "  Successors lo  A. DEWAR & CO.  portaufc and notable things. Thence  from Seattle he proceeded up the  famous inside scenic passage to  Skagway, over the AVhite Pass to  tiie Yukon, and down the^river to  Dawson and into the mines, getting  pictures of all tho phases, of a  miner's life and the route leading  .e?.ea.r_.  1'fS>'(=)\  Roberts'  Army is discarding the Khaki Suits for  something more seasonable for the Fall:  Why clon'l you follow suit and place your  order for one of our stylish spring or summer suits. We have all the latest patterns  in Spring and Summer Suitings to fit you  out.   Don't order before you call and see  ���p5-i=v-{=3?ci'c=2Tr3v&'^i  iSaiSai  BAKER  STREET  '<=V'(=3-e=>  ��?.(S>.(S>.(S>.!S>'CZ>-e3-r  Headquarters for Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  8. P. BITflET & CO., LO, Victoria  ���Special quotations Riven for carload lota  ���   -\ GRAY, I*. O. Box 521, Nclton, B. C.  A, U  Kootenay Agent  Is the Kind That Lasts.  New Denver Ledge.  How time wings its way onwards  to eternity. Last Thursday it was  41 years since the world and mother  first looked at us and said,   "What  a line child I" And yet it does not  seem over 40, so rapidly has one  event after another tangled us up  in its meshes. In our' early days  mother used to took into our soft  blue optics and say that we were  the best boy in the world. After  all these years she has not  changed her opinion. Notwithstanding that for years we have been  addicted to the newspaper habit  we are still the same sweet boy to  mother that we were in the days  when we ' robbed orchards and  thrashed all the other boys in the  neighborhood. She has never  changed. She loved us when we  first met and she loves us yet. Her  love, and we presume all mothers  are alike, is the kind that lasts until the end of this life and is carried  over to the next page. A mother's  love rises supreme to all the passions that torment the soul, and we  regret that so many sons in the  west so soon forget their best  friend.   No Dogs Admitted.  London, April 19.���American  tourists, who usually take their  dogs with them, can't bring them  into England this year. The board  of agriculture has put into rigid  enforcement the order forbidding  temporary entrance into England  of foreign dogs. Rabies lias been  exterminated iu Great Britain.  The last case known was in "Wales  last November. Only seven cases  are recorded for the preceding  year. Eleven hundred deaths of  human beings from hydrophobia  are on record in Great Bt-itaiu  during the last fifty-one years.  Under the stand taken, this year,  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  Stool^.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and vDoors.  Special ordel- work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumber Oo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL, TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock of first-class dry material on  hand, also a full line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory. Work _a_ Specialty.  Yard!  Foo& of ETondryx street. Nelson  Telephone. 81    Jo||n   RaBj   AgBtlt  COALl'~   COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $6.15  Hard Coal  AuthraciSo  $9.65|&7'8Nc8b  DELIVERED  THxrci'iroNK  33  C. W. West & Co.  thbrid  Tho best-value for tho money in the market  for all purposes.  tfrms cash      XV. P. TiKR.VKy, Gonoral AgenS  Telephone 147.    Ofliro with 0.11. J. ChrlstTo.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby gi\er. (1ml I intend to apply at  (ho llrt.1 meeting of the Hoard of license Com-  liiisMoneitfor the t-*ilj of Nelson lii'ldtlnr I y d.ijs  .ifltir llie date liCHiil.fui lf.no lu (I .instil' the  Hi ciiko now held bi me for ,i saloon known as  the Atli.ilnsc.1 sahviu, situ ili�� on tin' -inilliffisl,  toinur of B.ikir mill Koounnj studs. Nelson,  JJ. C. being on lot 1. block 11, in Nelson alow-  s.ikl, to P.ilmk J. liilssoll. in trust foi thu Athabasca Hotel C'-omp.inj, Limited.  AV*itnpsstl> K  U'libo.v. .11��. Ni:K.r.\vi)f.  Dated this 11th dav of Vpnl.IttW  NOTICE.  The amii\ci��.W} parade of KooVmu J.orlgr-  No. ll), 1. 0. O. V., \ul! lie lipid nn Sunday. ApiH  iMlh IW, ill L'.iO pin. 10 ^1 Suiom-H I'lnnch.  VimUiik brothelt. aie toidi.illj ruited to attend.  NOTI0S.  All cooks and N.utiTa in t he (i( j- of Ni-lson .irr  requested to moot in Aluleis' 1'iiion halt lliw  evening (['iid.tr, (ho 2'ith iDstant), fovtliepiiipwe  of etfoctnitf the oik uiuatiun of a union.  _ NOTICE."  All iiiomheis of Nelson Elinors' Unnn uro  hereby notified that an eloi tion ��ill be held afc  Mlnerh' I'man hull, ruinoi of Kootenay and Vic-  toi in street*, on Hal itfd.iy. A pi il 'HUl, 1<KW, for t he  purpose of clectinK a deleff.ito lo represent the  union iit llio minimi coii\ention of (ho Western  Federation of Miners. Voting will tuke place all  du> and c*cuiiif.;.   JAMKS WXLK.S, dccrctaiy.  " What?" she said. "Four pound?"  "Yes," replied the senior partner,  "that is> exactly half; sorry you aie  not satisfied."  '���It isn't that I'm not satisfied.  Why, for years he has told me he  he only got Ki shillings altogether,  and���and���if the Boers don't kill  I will."        Delegates Received at the Hague.  Tiik Hague, April 19.���The Boer  peace commissioners, headed by Dr.  Leyds, had an audience with queen  Willielmina this afternoon, lasting  a quarter of an hour. The delegates,  apparently, were much gratified by  the affability of her majesty. Subsequently they were received in a  private audience by the queen  mother.  Large Military Supplies Voted.  Stockholm, April 19.���The Riksdag has voted three million kroener  for ammunition and rifles, twelve  million for new field artillery, 320,-  000 for volunteer iide associations,  and has agreed to increase the new  naval constructions for 1901 to  1,725,000 kroener.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  ROOMS LIGHTED BY RLECTRICITY  AND HKATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO ��1  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  Fir^t door west  of Bank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  1 doors west of Dominion Express ofllce.  P. O. Box 523.   Phone*: Otnco 147, House 152  FOR RENT  One S-Uooni House and one 5-Room House.  FOR SALE  Three Lais on Biker sheet.  A Buck B'ock. '  House, and Lots in .til pails of llio cily.  Loans ai:d insiiiancc piomptly attended to.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL  BROKER  Three dwelling houses for slle on easy lerms.  ' One lot on Stanley htrcuf, opposite Royal  hotel, for bale at a bargain.  One sovcu-roomed house and one three-room  houfec for lent.  See ANNABLE  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL *,  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer Victoria and Kootenay Street*.  P. O. Box Bm. TELEPHONE .NO. a*��  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply G. L. LENNTOX, Solicitor, NcKon B. 0  moyieT lots  FOR   SALE.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  9_  9  11  7  Block ugash-Offer  Block 5  Block 6  Block 7  For  AH Four  ADDRESS  W. F. Teetzel,, Nelson.  w ill ho ii'cfived hy Ihc uniloisigiiod ti(i lill April  2i(th roi rtminj,' llHiO fuel ol tunnel wilh mr drills  .it the Yellowstone mine. .^|jecillcntiorl4 and  liuitiouliu^ can he obi.lined nl tho mine, near  .Sklmo.  'IHE  YELLOWSTONE MINKS. LIMITED.  S.ilniO, i.\ C,  NOTICE l)FDISSOLimON.  Notice ii hcichy Riven that tho iui'tnor��.hlp  hi'ioiofoiouvWinur hctwt'on the unriui tinned Us  luniii-.luM.itid fit'iKhtui'" iilidt-rlliu 111 in tmuir-of  The Nelson Ti.in<-lor t'ompuin hit', fhw day by  taut mil uBisunl IkjcimIiksoiu'iI.  AH doliN dui' lo the ^ud Iii in aie lo he paid to  the utjdciM,.;iied .lului T. \\ iNon .ind ICenneUi A.  Km be-, wiioliinu.is-nniod and v,ili jiay ol!" all  the liabilities of the s,u<i linn.  Dated al Nelson, IJ. (,'., Uii^-.'ltli d.iy of March.  1900. ��     ALVIN V. FLKOK.  G. IL McDOK.MAN.  IC. A. FORMES.  .1. T. WILSON.  WiIiicm, I'. E. Wilson, Solicitot, Nelson, 13. C  Notice K hciebj jjfven that aftet ono month I  will inn Ke.ippl hid ion to the Chief CuiiitiiK->ionor  of L.ind'i and Works to ]iui(Ji,i��o fortj acres of  l.md in tnc ili-liict of Wi-t ICoojfti.iy in the  pio\lii(c of ilntish Columbia,. ailitiUed on tin*  un��lsidc of Ivootcnay laUr, between LoekharL  and Lafumcu cre< ks as follows Coiimicncint;  .ila nofton the bu'ch marked "Initinl t'<xl fohn  L.iidl.iw'sN. W. Coi ncr,"thun e soulherlj uIoiik  thi' lake in I'hiiins thence easterly L'O Untiiix.  tin nco norlhcily -0 eliiin��,j Ihcnee wcstcil> '10  chain-, to (he iilnce of botfinninn  .JOHN LAIDLAW.  Dated al Nelson, li. C, this Hid daj of Ajnil,  V.tt),  "land notice."  Not ki! jn hcrchj {{nun, thi't .iflu one lnonlh 1  Mill iiukc.iliplu.Mtion to tin Ctm t Commis'.miicr  of L'uidn ami Woik^ Id i��ut(h.i-t- one hundred  and M\lr .u ic-< ol land in thi JUstoU nf Wu��l  ICoolen.iv irnlru I'KrMitfc of lliili��h Columbia  situated on lite vw-si Mile of ICooti-noj lake, on  Moulder creek, about i��nmi'< -"-'mill of linlfutir  ( omtntnouiK al Jtrili il fo-l maiked ".lului liiirk.  X: K Ourrnr.' llir-un- \w-t M\t i -four chain,,  thence south twui!} IIu f|tain->. thi'tie? cast  sixty f<)urcli.iin��,lhi.riu'!iQ!tli ittuU) llvci'h.uns  U,U,���r,..UuIf��M. joHNHUKK.  Dated at Nelson this 7th day,of April. 1000.  Lighted b  af  Electricity and Heat-  with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable bedrooms and  first-class  dining-room. Samplo rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  N|rs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop.  LATE OK THE ROYAL IIOTKL, CALGARY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel has been thoroughlj  renovated and enlarged, and is now one  of the most comfortable hotels in the  cit}.' Tt has 10 nicely furnished and we'l  lighted looms, heated with hot air. Tho  dimiiK room rs second to none in Nel&on. __  RATES REASONABLE. ~  C. A. PROSSER, MANAGER  A Big Schooner  OF  BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF    .  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  The best glass of beer to bo hod in Nelson is at  -   THE CLUB HOTEL  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  lV|adden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Xelson  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under one management since 1890.  The bed-rooma aro well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  Tho bar is always stocked by tbe besb dom a-  tic and Ixiportod liquors &nd cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL   ebie, b.  CL  Kirfet-claiq in every respect. Choicest winOH,  liquors and cigars. Every comfort for tracBienfc  and resident guests.  ' HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MKN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  fti_madmtidsiaxA  ���i-fMtiHKS i  Vernon Street, Nelson.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  '   CIGARS  I  l^ootenay Cigar Mfg. Oo.  NKLHOS, BRITISH COLUM1UA  R. REISTERER & CO'  BREWERS AND BOTTLKK8 OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  J?rompt and regular  dciivory lo Iho trado  Brewery at Nelson  Nelson   Wine   Co.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention bu on to family trade  ^M      FRANK A. TAMBLYM  Baker street,  Nclhon. 11 C.  MAN %GKK  SAWMILL   FOB   SALE.  Tho sawmill and plant lately owned b\ Joseph  T. Rohurttr.nt Kjkerl's Landing, and ooiiMstiiiK  of a .'JO hor'-o ikwci hoiler, engine, uriflltli sc  Wcdgo top ri�� Mttviitlll, edgor, pUncr, belling,  ��;tc��� etc., will be hold wheto Ihcy now Htatsd.  "^"''VayLOR & HANNINGTON, SoUcitora,  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  CENTS  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vernon  x nnd Cedar hlreels, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealeri in jpralod waters and  fruit syrups. Solo agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephone CO.  ASSAYERS*   SUPPLIES.  TXT  F. TEETZEL & do.���Cornor Baker nnd  " ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in   as say ers  supplies.   Agents for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.  CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.-Corner Baker and Hall streots. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kootonay Belle" brands of cigars.  COAL.  OROWS  NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.���  Wholesale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St. Barbe, Agent, Baker street. Nelson.  H.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  J.-EVANS & CO.-Baker street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars,  cement, lire brick and Are clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.        -  KOOTEYAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY���Wholcsilodcal-  ch in telephone^, annunchitois. hells, batteries,  Uxtmes, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New Westminster.  TAYLOR FEED & PRODUCE CO.-Baker  stieet, NeUon (Oeorgo F. Motion's old  stand), Hour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specially. Coirespoudence solicited.  Phono 20.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO.���Baker  street,   Nelson,  ���   wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.   KOOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street,  Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.   fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-  tJ    son, wholesale groceih.  -Front street, Ncl-  TJi R. STEWART & CO.���Wai chouses on C. P.  J- ��� R. track, foot of Stanley streot, Nclfcorr,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and ot her prodnrta.   T Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street, Nolson,  " ��� wholesalo dealers in provisions, cured  meats, butter and eggs.    HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.-  H BYERS & CO.-Corncr Baker and Josephino  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.   LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY���'  Baker St.,  Nelson,  wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, aud water and  plumbers' supplies.   VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies plumbers and tinbmiths' supplios. Agnnts Ontuiio  WorkF. "   ,   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEETO.N & CO.-Corner Vernon  and Josephine streets, Nclaoii, whi��!i��rfile  dealeis in liquors, c'isaisiiml dry go'ids. Ag&atb  for i'is.bdt Brewing Co. of Uilwaukisa and Oal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  PAINTS   AND   OILS.  NELSON' HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  StieoD���Wholesale dealers in paints, oils,  and brushes of all kinds. Largest stock in  Kootenay.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE*. '  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Bakor  atr eer. Nelson, manufacturers ofdynomilo,  sporting, stumping and black blabting powders,  wholesale dealers m caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.      SASH AND DOORS.    '     ���  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  LIMITED-Cornor Fiont aud Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of Mid wholesale dealers  in Bash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order. ^^  TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY-  Bakcr street, Nelson. Manufacturers Of nil  kinds of tents, a.vnmgs, and canvas goods.  P. U. Box id.   Tiico. Mmlaon. proprietor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  TED-Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealern In wines (case and balk)  and domestic and imported cigarf.  B  ARCHITECTS.  WART  Sc CARRIE���Architects.   Roomd T*  and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker Jtrent). Nfll��oP,  ENGINEERS.  GHAHLES PARKE!!���Mining mul milling engineer.   West Baker stice!.NeUon.  A  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES,  NEL80N LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M.  Mocts second Wednesday in each month.  Sojourning brethren hnitod.  KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge. No,J  25, Knights of Pythiiw, meoU in I. O. O. V,  Hall, corner linker aud Kootonir streets, every  Tuesday oveniug at 8 o'clock, \islting ICnighte  cordially invited to attend. R. G. Jo^ K. of B.  &B.   Lcomnd-SootyQ.C.       t   NELSON L. O. L.. No. 1G92, meets In I. 0.6. V.  Hall, comer Baker and Kootenay sireettf.  lsl and 3rd Friday of oach mouth. ViMlins;  brothern cordially invited. R. RoWnsoii, W. M.  XV. Oi aw ford, Record iin<-Mec s flai y.          NELSON JKRIE, Number 22. Fralernal~bitlor  of EaglcH, moots svery second and fourth  Wednesday ineach montli in Fralornity Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome. W. Go'.nell. Proai  dont.   Cliaricn Pro<*ei, SeoroUry.  ^  TRADES   UNIONS.  NEl^ON MINERS' UNION NO. 1X5, W. F. of  M.���Meets in unnem' Union rooms, northeast corner Victoria and Kootonay stieotu, every  Saturday oveuitig al 8 o'clock. Visiting^mem-  bcrs welcome. M. H. Mow^lt, Pretident. Jijiium  Wilkes, Sccictary.   The- regul.tr  "    lield  NKLSON PAINTKRS- UNION���',  meeting of lhe Palmer*-' Uniuir i-, �����  o\cr> Wcdne-.diij- o\ciiing' al l.'Mi, in lhe Puin-  tois* Union lull, behind the Clarke hotel. T. O.  Skittho, president.   Alfred Turner. ��� < cretary.  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The.regular nice!ings of (ho Nelson TnuU's and Labor  Council wili heboid in tho miner-' union hall,  corner of Victoiia and Kootenay sticets, on the  flri.1 and third Thinsday of each month, at  7.3fJr. m. G.J. Thorpe. Presiden I. J. H. Mathc-  sun, Secretary. , .  THE regular meet ing"t of t he Carpenters' Union  are held on Wednesday o\oning of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union hall cor-  rinr Victoria and Kootenay streets. R. Robinson, Piusidenl.   Jarjit"-Colfint,'. Secretary.  B"~AH1JK��.S' UNION. Ni Nou Union. No. IM. of  the [nK'inal'Oiial JournoMiien B.uber\l n-  lon of Aineii'-.i, uu et- i verj lust and (lprd ?.lon-  d.i,- "f Oiwli month m Mitiei �� i mon Hull, corner  of Vietoiin and Kootenaj streets, at S 9) p.m.  sharp. Visiting brothels tonliall} invited toi  attend. .I.IL ALithcson. President. XV. S. Bel-  ville, St'ciulary.  LAHORI.IIS' UNION. -VelsDii Laborers" Pro-  U-clite L niiin, No islJl, A V. of L . nirols m  Miners fnnrii Hall, rinithcist corner of Victoiia  and Kootenaj streets ��>n the lust and third^Ion-  d.t) ot each month, nl b pin. sharp. Visiting  ineinhcitof the Ameiictn Fcderatiuli cordially  uvkitcd lo allctid. John Mullen, Prcuidcut.  Percj Sltakellon, Secretary, ��MUg5  THE TEIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY APRIL 20 1900  ubber Gloves  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  The proper thing for spring house-  and gardening  Furniture Polish  To make your Furniture look as good  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS'SUPPLIES  \WV  !$��'  I.��v :���$'.'/  1&,1> ���������  100:'  fgsf.r  l��i�� ;������*���:'-  mM-  Ipl  ��� ��&*!��"  i  Clothing    Clothing  Noav is the time to get a bargain iu Clothing as we are  giving ti liberal discount on  these goods for the next few  days in order to make room  for spring goods which are arriving daily  The Nelson Clothing House  217 210 Baker Street  It  Mai-  [mm..  lip,  llMii -:  ,        uaiift!JS'^SrJs,.^,-a'ja>^^ua,JaLis ,  "iif  '���Mr  Mi  iti  u/  iti  iti  \Ti  Comes hat once a year  _m*&  fM&'&i'"'"  R,J|r \ti  He*   '"W:  Baster J  to  to  to  Gall  and Examine our Novelties  specially   {$  selected for Easter Presents xti  xti  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Hi  We are Strong  in the newest and host sellers for our customers.���Belts,  Friendship Hearts, Blouse Sets, Sterling Novelties, Man-  .  -iciiro Sets, Brushes, Combs, Souvenir Spoons, Lamps, Vases, FireS^te V/|0Jf  GITY LOCAL NEWS  At  the   police   court   yesterday  morningn vagrant appeared on the charge of  hegKing, contrary to the provisions of the vagrancy act. lie was sentenced to Ion days'imprisonment.  Archie Smith, the representative  of Porter Brothers, who aro building the slip at  Procter, is in the city, lie is being treated by  Dr. Kwing for a painful wound in tho hand  caused by an accidental thrust from a piko pole.  Dr. Armstrong, provincial veterinary inspector, goes to Krio t-dny, lo inspect  a number of horses recently brought into llio  province.  At  the  mining  recorder's  office  yesterday Charles Munro of Xelson recorded tho  transfer of a third interest in the Ulno Quartz  mineral claim, located two-and-a-half miles  southeast of Nelson to John Adams of this city.  W. A. Duncan transferred tho Lakeview claim,  situated live miles west of Xelson to llio Duncan  Mines, Limited.  E. T. II. Simpkins is having plans  prepared for tho erection of two residences nt  the corner of Ociar and Victoria streets, and alterations to the house now on the ground. The  new houses arc to be six rooms each and the  total outlay is estimated at ��;t500,  The forthcoming sitting of the  assize court will havo to deal with the following  criminal casts: Rcgina vs Podvin, indecent assault: Regina vs Walker, wounding with intent  to kill; Kegina vs Hagler, disturbing the peace ;  and Regina vs Kelly, abduction. The last is the  only case from the city. Up to the present time  no civil cases have been entered, although thero  are several actions on the peremptory list.  Major W. H. Cooper and Messrs.  Hodson and Wastell have been selected as tho  lay delegates of Trinity church, Grand Forks, to  the Iirst meeting of the synod of the Dinccso of  Kootenay, which takes place in the city next  month.  J.  R. F. Rowley and wife left  last night for a visit to Grenfcll, Assiniboia.  Commodore Gore returned yesterday from Nakusp where he was superintending the refining of his" old command, the Kossland. which will shortly take her regular route.-  Captain Albert Forstland will bo in command of  the craft and the Minto will be tied up for a  spare boat.  'Locomotive- No.   88   used   as   a  switcher in the 0. P. R. yards broke an eccentric''  yesterday afternoon and was laid up for repairs.  The steamers Kokanee and. International had their Iirst brush on the outward  triji yesterday afternoon. Both boat" pulled out  abont the same time, the Kokanee leaving llie  C. P. It. deck and the International from the  city wharf. The boa's swung into the lako together, and a couple of minutes laler the dense  clouds of smoke 'pouring from both sets of funnels  indicated a race for blood. The Kokanee gained  rapidly fora distance, but the International got  her pressure and honors were about oven when  the International shot oil'for her firot landing.     -  J. S. Sullivan, C. P. R. engineer  for the Kootenays, is now at Lardo _for the pur  sents many difficulties, but will probably be  overcome by stripping the hoilors of all detachable parts.  Captain and  Mrs. Duncan  leave  on Saturday for California, where they will spend  a month at tian Francisco and other points. William il. Duncan, late of the Duncan Minos ollice  stall", will accompany his parents to San Francisco and thou piocced to the republic of Colombia, South America, where he will take a position with the Darien Gold Mining Company,  which operates an extensive property al Ciimu,  near llie City of Panama.  The management of the  general  hospital desire to acknowledge the following  the following contributions during March : Mrs.  West, Mr. Hay, Mrs. Oohvell, Mrs. Lay, Mrs.  Stocks, magazines; Mrs. Painter, Mrs. Krew,  house plants; Mrs. Col well, one dozen glasses.  The directors would appreciate a dona>ioii of a  couplo of invalids' chairs, which are urgonlly  needed.    HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  v?uqse,Qfcgoiiig,0:y:pFkt-iie:fe^  'dgiii|ijh|i)|pfi^i|'  !jac.c8i)ted*:ak-.mib^  ;i.T4i;8��bo'ara"3^  i'ttWHcftriMorM  At tub Piiaih.���W. V. Papworth, Kaslo; A.  Mcf'alluiii, Kaslo; V��� ,1. Mathews, Now York; ,1.  O. Solwyn & Son, Quebec; Ii. C. ltiblel. Grand  Forks; T. H. Barnhart, Ymir; George T. Kane,  Kaslo.  At tiik Hl-.me.���Mnx Xord, Xelson; S. N. Allison, Athabasca: II McGuire, Molly Gibson mine:  D. W. Moore, Trad; Thomas Swan, Slocan City;  V. S. Millard, Montreal: C. li. Lightfoot, Vancouver; William .1. Crawford, Montreal; B.  Xcild, Toronto.  AT tiik (Jui:i!N's.���A. 1). Smith, Procter; AV.  B. McLean and family, Procter; E. G. Bell, City;  W. O. Reynolds, San Francisco.  At 'jiie Grand Centkai..���H. Fraser, Silver-  ton; 11. J. Powell, Xorthport; C. Ward, Slocan  City.  At tiik Wavew.kv.���T. B. Boyd, R. Pool;  City; A. Winn, Cranbrook; J. S. McLcod.'Cal-  ,gary; .1. Howsor, Rossland.  r BUSINESS   MENTION."  Five Dollars Reward���Lost English setter "Flo," black and white bitch, Ian  marking over eyes. Communicate with owner  .1. M. Lay, Victoria street.  Wanted���Situation as stenographer by young lady having experience. Address  L. W., Tribune ollleo.  For Sale���Lady's bicycle, Garden  City make, in good order, having been  used but  one summer.   Apply Bicycle, Tribune oflicc.  Wanted ��� Trustworthy,       good  worker wants situation as chambermaid or  housekeeper.   Address 'A, Tribune ollice.  Situation Wanted by good waisfc  hand.   Address K, Tribune oflicc.  Wanted���Lady cook.    Apply to  W. H. Mooro, Queen's hotel, Comaplix, B. C.  For sale���the north half" of block  100, Nelson.   Address P. 0. Box 572, Nelson.  Typewriter���for sale cheap, second hand Caligraph. Apply to Alex Stewart;  Tui'iier-Bocckh block.  To   the Ladies of   Nelson���You  Mil-  in  the  following ten days. Over Brown's clothing store,  Bakor street. Nelson, British Columbia.  To Let���Rooms furnished or unfurnished. Apply four doors above the city hall,  Victoria street.  Spot cash, paid for second-hand  goods of all kinds at the Nelson Bazaar, Malone  & Ticgillus block.  " Houses furnished with new aud  second-hand furniture, or mived ncw.mdspcoiid-  hand furmtuic, on the installment plan, by the  Xelson Bazaar, Malone & Ticgillus block.  Hack   calls   left at the Bodega  Saloon.   Telephone 171.  Man going to Cape Nome has consigned all his household furnituio lo Xickcison,  Baker street, opposite Queen's hotel. Call and  havo a look. Blankets, sheets, table cloths, pillows, and everything you want. Goods must he  n����ld afc once '   ' ���  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  CO.  HARDWARE  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill,  Steam  Hose.  and Suction  Crucible   Cast  Steel  5-16 to 1-in. in  Wire  stock.  Rope  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  Agenls���Truax Oro Cars, Giant Powtlor,[and Metropolitan Puse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  ���Eti"! NELSON  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 and  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  Xeolands' Building, Baker Street.  SEALED TENDERS.  erators  Prices from $10 to $30  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  Do You "Want the Best ?  We   Have   it!  We beg1 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, will be received by  the undersigned assignee, until 12  o'clock noon, on Wednesday, the  20th clay of April, instant.  The highest or any tender-" not  necessarily accepted.  RALPH SMA1LES, Assignee.  Dated at Greenwood, B. C, this  5th day of April, 1900.  THE WESTERN  MERCANTILE COMPANY,  Limited.  FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES  BAKER STREET, NELSON  wsm  &ET YOUR  CHANDELIERS  WIRED FOR  Electric Gas Lighters  NO MATCHES REQUIRED, ALWAYS READY  Electric Supplies  K.ootcnay Electric Snpply &  Construction Co.  JOSEPHINE STREET NELSON  BISCUITS  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 17(i.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Telephone 101.  D. jr. Ferry & Company'*; Seeds.  TrOblr Eki?8 Rccervod Daily  John /\. Irvirjg & Co,  Now is the Time  to replace that  Shabby Awning  ,   Place your order with  THEO.   MADSON  Tents,  Awnings,  and  ali kinds of\Ganvas Goods  Manufactured to Order  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  &��T  gi;r��^]|ga^Vlop,Kft!^jij^|!  s:ivjtiraiif^a6tiott-;atKr;  tops?  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Ji'nd- the Jjb.SC  ���;���e.Yn.jJtijv':.JiateriClibtidiopiebbSAVrro fonnd--.wli6'i'e>.  ������'Ijfi.had 6iftr.'bl'u,lly:S,t:o%'.bd.:thc:i!J{vtt'fty. ���" A rtiaii'-was';  ��� iifre-st6d,bn-si;i!ipiejo:ii.o{.hftVhig-hbefellie visitoi-;--  .bTiViibtihiiVjjuisnitl l)ia e^tahlfelRulngaiiistririiffaiul:-.  ';h(i--V��a^.ftiSd|i)Vrg'ial'..''.-'.''-'' :'���'.(���%; ���^���:?y-;:0i:-?:&'i-'y.i--  :-���'-.. Six: hulidrfed Ieet ;bf Jiiling��� toiVthJe;  nd*'siif)��fc-Vroeter:-{rasbfeQri:u&iuS^^  ���.lih)'t:lr'bi'&i tim.-.WiKto -fcMftf-'entirely :-��;urt#;.^il'!iSp  Vvith (iftb i^e.ii(,(bTt&nhtoTtiu&.!i(l:.,fir' it), feofe: "I'lre  rJetjft'"tgr UiiftSoeUiMi fc also cbriiplete.oiii-lijs. now'-.  .llbijtiiijsi.'-'iji'or' tiiirt- jiikiK,. o.ri i'6. "vitliiitfi'iC^^lJb:  ftonniii'ilm'ifn ky Sbventl'teiis'df stdnei' whiejj;afe:  ���ifjihff, jilfloi>(l.'*l)CiSr-'lt,. ��� Tltu- 'jtoCEdr'vi'sT'lS'-toStioK'Qf.  . 1;tinl,of'B[ pf.. !;l)0:iiilc!ff;al? ;:thb;se;iy\va!'d'.(Jii:d;pi:-tiie  .. j'rtriftl'C ��h�� iifihris of^ttiitnti Mm-i��"i'ed;; .L:;SqiitrC^  ; w'a��';ia\��lvded;:&y a-'i��.ir&u#-Trirti<lH:fi'orrr::.-Nelfeoiii-.  ���:jijerh,ijei',<(��fI'Kbiitomcy-'^kn^'i^O^i-nii'av^itheri  I'.xo.'iho'iiiirubcrVof .��hh^}^''Ctiiii|iV.i8!tiig:'.t:he;#ii:it6vs^  ���:rr !id;"i;iH*yr6p<is��efl.'Mrj^lakb.-- Hi-yio-.s'teithvl!iVuicii;  ���������VtSeitetfe-wi Ui- it;lil"rec>- saih'nif .'���yiieht^ln.' ;t6.w><A!t'  =: t-libi'iLribH'tli��y-:w*er6:.:;'f endi'jred>a:.,vviH'iii-;.Welc6r)iO:  ���byMrVaftdi-Mr^  ;ti)'MS\ jl'Ui- ;01 onie ii tsiiraidSri il>:(Mld ttiSK exjorbSiSivfc.  .ofeHie-'bdirifraHrlttl/iaHS bfiflilcndsroViithKiiiltrriagb'-.  arid;  has-  Ri'&bly5e;ii),er{aiflo$1arr(l:��i)e^  ^.|^:O,ftj8--|hO^tl^90^  fiiraSii'tliiU.'ilte&JM'M^V'ase  ; iii|f & ���pw5>'Britebi''sfefWdrvioVffl^^ft  ,wi'rieh\.W'oi'!M'.;bb!i'flhbr  ~thiir^'rtdvKMailuii*��tfithO'ffila'i<CTvat^  :"niritriigd idif: sucIj wCf!i:(fcS\-duiH^e:r(l)!ife;i;ir4hd  _Wr l 7��  Crockery an^ Grlass^Arare  m  9X  9  9  9  ���V  ^mWs^sM.:m&-.sfimAim ���  :m&MmmQF &m kinds  ���0&y:0:      i:''l  Vi&oriii.Shieei,oppositePostofflcei  ?       MJIS PUT mm  . .,    nj?i.. , ���.  .fiVrtlic^hd*hc'eH:;:libara^dr.':tfie^  |tiirie^bii'tit:Ku)xddr��tdddf'0��it"u  iripi;;uy;arr^ ^hretirrss it ddad%ttpri:   >  ;: -"? .'������'���:   .?;���'/'���;  ^Wi^'Jilary/ija^iiliraiMi 1/r j(��fe. fialieu;. rtiltpy y>iir&  jlived,ari..a^i'dMta';df $'M0' tor��� f=��llirij|.Hftiior arid  obji'dHetrngaretailbifoihoss witlrout licenso, aro'  cb��(liic(!5(r��'tlib JaiHibile id ftefaiill, dtlihc Cu.irds*  to JAy the .find. .Hiich-; will feervd six iihontliaJf  tliclWdis liofcidrtlrdpbilng^ ;::  ���'.,': }1$xg���M;:i^n'liQUer'wUich[[is^ heing  Hliiiiped via the KdlKon & ���Fort Sjieppitrd: to: the  ���Yiiiirniind tbday iS.thdlli)#l:barTiv!a ot a get Of:  three of similar si>;e.:;JC!W'h.tl)Qller KdnoniteS 80  lipfSb-powdi', and the set will he viWlisjoi'l (o epdr-  ato tire ifdrty additional Stainps now being set up.  f Iris'v^illfifivfl tlm Vinir 8fi;i?tariil��s, tlrb original  forty beliijrrun hy water power, and wake ft tires  lartepfit mill in tho WoiiJiuiot). .The initUer of;  hauling these Jieayy pfcees of mixphiriory. frpiri  tho riiiiroail lo the site of ihc mill a* \unr prpr,,(  B  m  We must move from our present premises  within "a"few days, as the buildings 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 mid-  die of last week, and in three days we  have disposed of nearly 75 per cent of our  stock at fair prices, and the remaining 25  per cent will go this week at any price.  m  9*  9\  9\  ffk  9}  9\  9\  9X  ffx  m  t_l^^.^inf_^^hij.


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