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 DAILY  EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAiL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  KELSON:  SATURDAY MORNING, APRIL 2L 1900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  FIGHTING AT KAREE SIDING  Censorship is Strict.  , London, April 20.���A special dispatch from Bloemfontein dated  yesterday says firing is reported to  he in progress south of Karee siding, six miles 'north of Glen. Tho  strength of the Boers is not known.  Tho British infantry, supported hy  artillery, hold a strong position on  a large dam.  London, April 20.���The report of  tho lighting at Karee Siding, six  miles north of Glen, contained in  the special dispatches from Bloemfontein, may be the iirst news of  progress of the British advance on  Pretoria. But even were this only  an unimportant skirmish, there'are  many other indications that'lord  [���^Roberts is either starting or has already, started for the northern goal.  A dispatch from Cape Town under today's date says:  "The censorship restrictions have  been greatly increased, owing to  the.movements of the troop's'.". All  the dispatches bear traces of the  "strenuous efforts of the correspondents to give their papers an  inkling of what is afoot.  The Boers south of Bloemfontein  are reported to be retreating.  Large commands were seen April,  19th near Thabanchu moving to;  the north. The progress was slow,  owiug to the terrible condition of  the country.  .  By way of Pretoria comes a report that fever is decimating, the  Mafeking garrison, and a letter from  the mayor of Mafeking says lord  Roberts asked colonel Baden-Powell  to hold out until May 20th.  Cecil   Rhodes   returns   to   Capo  Town tomorrow, the announcement  of his  departure was  unexpected.  Never has a man  so  prominently  connected with the vital  questions  of the day paid such a quiet visit to  London.     It is   learned   that the  so-called  "empire-maker"  came  to  j England   purely  ou business  con-  hiected with the British  Chartered  I"South Africa Company and the De  "Beers Mining Company.     He has  I accomplished his objects and, hating  1 inaction and not wishing to meet  people1" or -free! y express  h is  views,  bias suddenly determined to return  [to   South   Africa,   where he   will  [wateh the interests of these two  {companies.  Mr. Rhodes has absolutely_ re-  Ifnsod to be interviewed, though  (privately he has expressed bcathing  [comments on several Of the geu-  Jertils still leading commands at the  ���front.  I .Lady Gatacie will be a feJlow  bassenger of Mr. Rhodes. She is  |?oing as far as Madeira to meet her  husband, the British' general who  has beeu sent back to England.  which almost equalled the prince of  Wales. All along the route similar  scenes occurred, the crowds round  Marlborough House being particularly large.  The spectators of the princess'  home going consisted of the well  dressed and respectable elements.  From their comments, ib was evident how genuine and heartfelt was  the gladness over the princess' return and escape from death. The  most common remark was ''How  well sho looks" from the women,  and "What a blessing she was not  killed." King Oscar's unexpected  appearance and democratically expressed enthusiasm created intense  delight, and made the ..monarch  quite the hero of the hour. ������..  LIBRARY IN NEW QUARTERS  Will be on Victoria Street.  The board of the Nelson' Public  Library Association   held   an important meeting yesterday afternoon, at which it was  decided to  remove the. library from the present premises which are altogether  too small for the large  number of  readers who. are daily to be found  there.    The special committee, consisting of R. R;'Hedley and II. Bird,  which have been appointed to look-  into the question of securing other  quarters, reported in  favor of engaging three  rooms, on 'the north  side   of   Victoria   street,   east   of  Stanley, iu the  building belonging  to H.   Selous.      This ��� report   "was  adopted and the   committee was  empowered to engage these rooms.  They face on Victoria street, and  doors will be put iu connecting the  three.     It was  thought th.at the  accommodation  thus  se'eured, will  be ample for present needs.  The committees in charge of the  arrangements for the forthcoming  ball iii aid of the free library, reported^ and thoir recommendations  were adopted.  Those present included the president, G. P. Beer, the secretary,  Mrs. McCuIloch, H. Bird, G. Kydd,  G. V.. Holt, R. R. Hedley, E. A.  Crease and mesdames H. Bird.jLang-  ford, Arthur," Lamont, J. R. Robertson and G. F. Beer.  BOERS LOST VERY HEAVILY  Fighting Near Wepener.  AmwaIi North, April 20.���Captain Little of Brabant's horse,  lieutenant Holbeckand Mr. Milner,  a Reuter correspondent, fell into  the hands of the enemy, while they  were trying" to'reach--Wepener a  week ago. Everything was taken  from the prisoners, who were sent  to Pretoria. '   ..  Their native servants, who escaped from the ., Boer . laager near  Wepener, say that there were four  guns disabled there and. that the,  Boers had lOst 100 in killed alone.  It is also ascertained that the Boers  made a night attack, on April 11th,  but were discovered while creeping-  along a deep ditch by the Cape  Mounted Rifles with maxims, who  fired into them at a distance of 200  yards, with the result that the  Boers lost five wagon loads.of killed and wounded. A simultaneous  attack in other quarters was repulsed by the British who used  tlieir bayonets. The Boers still  surround- Wepener, hut there has  been little firing lately.  Yourba country, in the neighborhood of the Dahomey frontier. Owing to the distance, however, this  can hardly be connected with the  troubles in Ashanti and Gaman.  POPULAR PRINCE AT HOME  An Enthusiastic Greeting.  London, April 20.���The prince of  (Wales arrived at Dover this morning on his return from his   viaib to_  Copenhagen, and the occasion was  narked by  scenes of   lcmarkablc  ���nthusiasm.     The   return   of   the  jiinee of Wales   to 'London   was  jpado the occasion for a spontaneous  itemoustration   of   enthusiasm   by  lousands of persons, who thronged  ':ho Charing Cross station and its  ipproaches waiting patiently to  how tlieir gladness at tho heir  uppareut's escape from death. Tho  v'hole route to Marlborough House  vas thick with people1, and around  he dialing Cross station the police  iwl tho utmost difficulty in cou-  rolling them.  Tho duke of York awaited his  lather's.arrival on tho platform of  he station,  and, while "the train  .ringing the prince of Wales  drew  n, a mighty shout went  up from  ho mass of spectators  outside the  iarrieades��    By this time, the king  ,'.f Sweden, now on a visit to  Eng-  j'lwl, his whibe head several inches  [Jjbove the/waiting crowd, had joined  he duke of York. When the prince  >f Wales stepped out of the train  ic was affectionately ,greeted aud  ���ongratulated by his son  and the  -isitiug king.  j His royal highness bowed re-  'leatadly as he passed through tho  hcering ranks and went by the  .'ijnnibuses which had been stalled  or several blocks, and which wero  lien used for grand stand purposes.  _he prince appeared to be in  good  albh and was dressed in a light  uft. Behind his carriage was an  jipen carriage containing king  bear,  who   received  an   ovation  Small Opinion of Joubert.  Bisiu,!N, April 20.-���Captain Reit-  zentein of the German army, who  went to Soath Africa to prepare a  special report for emperor William,  upon tho military operations will,  on his return to Beilin, write" an  important military technical work  incorporating his official reports  and developing his critical estimate  of general Joubert, which is understood to be rather unfavorable. He  is spending the remainder of his  leave of absence in Italy aud is expected here on May 5th.  Kaslo News.  Kaslo, April 20���[Special to The  Tribune].���R. F.: .Green  will issue  his election address in a few  days.  The board of trade will not endorse  'the'- ^resolution ��� of   bhe Vancouver  board in favor of the reduction of  the Yukon  royalty and the adoption of compulsory assaying.   They  feel that the people here would resent any interference from Yukon  with the laws that govern this pro:  viuce, aud they - do not want to  interfere with Yukon, especially as  they do not know enough about  the districb to warrant bhem in endorsing' the   memorial.     John   G.  Sullivan of Trail and A. E. Doucet  of Winnipeg, two C. P. R. engineers,  went up to the scene of the Lardo  railway operations  yesterday, accompanied by Gr. O. Buchanan, president of the Jboard of trade. While  here Mr/Sullivan was interviewed  and stated that he had been sent  to find out-the state 'of affairs'and  make a report. * On that report will  depend what the C. P. R. will do.  "If the O. P. R. can be shown that  there is something to build for they  will certainly continue work," he  said  WILL NOTJECALL BULLER  Long's Explanation.  London, April 21.-4:20 a. m.���  General Chermside and ge eral  Rundle are moving over the s< 'iden  roads. They hold tho railway and  the southern frontier of the Free  State with 20,000 men. How many  are going Avith tho generals who  will engage the Boeiv at Wepener  is nob mentioned iii'the last dispatch from Oorlogspoort, where the  ' British bivouacked Wednesday  night.    The   field   telegraph   ends  there. On Thursday the Boers  still had colonel Dalgetty closely  penned. '  ��� .The government's reasons for  publishing lord Roberts' Spion Kop  dispatches was explained last evening at Hull by Walter Hume-Long,  j>resident of the board of agriculture, who said that the' country  was entitled to receive all the information the government could  give."  "The government .-is told," said  Mr. Long, "bhat, having  published  jthe dispatches, it is bound to deal  immediately    with ' tiie.   generals  affected, but in  following such a  course, the government might have  bo    dismiss     every . general   the  moment he made a' mistake.     Had  such a policy been  pursued m  the  past,   many  most   glorious  deeds  would  nob   have been performed.  The government used its discretion  in publishing the dispatches.   From  the beginning of the campaign, her I  majesty'sministershavenotswerved J  from the rule of   leaving the conduct of the operations to the discretion and judgment of the commander in-chief.    General White, if  nob required in South Africa, will  become the governor of Gibraltar  toward the end of May.".  PREMISES ARE COMMODIOUS  No More Commissions.  Chicago, April 20.���As a result  of a meeting in this city between  officials of the Canadian Pacific,  Santa Fe, Illinois Central and Northern Pacific, the Canadian (Pacific  road will on May 1st stop paying  commissions on passenger business.  Tho Canadian Pacific is bho lasb  road to agree to stop the practice  aud the agreement, ib is understood,  was made on condition thab certain  difficulties it has had with railroads  of the United Sbates will be satisfactorily adjusted.  Guerrilla Warfare in Natal.  London, April 21 ���The Ladysmith correspondent of tho Daily  News, says ; " Tho Boers iu Natal  aro already commencing a guerrilla  warfare. Both the Transvaalers  and the Free Staters are compelling  the natives to bear arms. General  Buller has ordered all the farmers  between Ladysmith and the Drak-  cnborg range to letire to Estcourt."  Skirmishing at Wepener.  Maseru, Basutoland, April 19.���  The Boers continue to move freely  round Wepener, going in all directions from which the relief columns  aro expected. Desultory cannon  firing and sniping have been going  on all day with scarcely any reply  from colonel Dalgetty's force. Our  casualties np to date are believed  bo have been 2�� killed and 110  wounded.  Three Cornered Fight in Slocan.  Kaslo, April 20.���[Special to the  Tribune, j���Matters political are becoming interesting in the Slocan.  Joe Martin is expected here Wednesday night and will address a  "public meeting. There is much  speculation as to who will be Joe's  candidate in the Slocan. Lawyer  Grimmett of Sandon is prominently  mentioned. He has just been on a  political trip to the coast. Bob  Green will run against all comers as  the people's candidate,,-while John  Keen, mining recorder, may stand  as a straight Conservative. The  premier will go to Sandon ou Saturday week.   Must Slaughter Livestock.  Ottawa, April 20.���[Special  to  A Boer Euse.  London, April 21. -The J-*ady-  smith correspondent of the Standard says: "There is good reason  to believe that the Boer raids are  intended to cover the enemy's withdrawal from Natal, in order to help  the Boers in opposing the advance  of lord Roberts."  The Tribune,]���-The following cablegram has been received by the department of agriculture from the  high commissioner in London dated  25th April, 1900: "The board of  agriculture has issued an order requiring the slaughter of animals  from Argentina or Uruguay Avithin  30 hours after landing ab the Dept-  ford foreign animals' wharf, and  also the slaughtering of animals  from any other country within five  days after landing on such wharf,  exclusive of the day of landing."  Boy Orator a Candidate.  Ottawa, April 20.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���W. W. B. Mclnnes,  M. P., left for the Pacific coast tonight. It h his intention to resign  his seat in the Dominion house and  to enter provincial politics. It is  said that he has got the offer of  Comox, Cowichan aud South Nanaimo. Needless  support Martin.  has not resigned  commons.  to say he will  So far Mclnnes  his seat in the  The Ashantee Troubles.  Lagos, British West Africa, April  20.���Thtee hundred Nigerian troops  have beeu dispatched overland to  the Gaman country, northwest of  Ashanti, where the British resident  reports a recrudescence of the  troubles which necessitated the expedition of last year. One hundred  aud fifty other tz'oops are proceeding fiom the Gold Coast. There aie  unconfirmed rumors here of trouble  J with the French at Meko, in the  AMERICA AfTTffE PORTE  Season for Caution.  Constantinople, April 20.���The  firm attitude of the United States  government regarding tho claims of  Americans for losses during' the  massacres in Armenia is entirely  approved in political and commercial circle?, and it is hoped that  the United States will steadfastly  maintain its demand, such a course  being the only one likely to succeed.  It is thought that all the poAvers  should follow the same course, uot  only concerning indemnity, bub also wibh regard to any increase of  duty.  Negotiations regarding the  American indemuity are uowr being  conducted iu Washington, owing to  the presence of United States minister Strauss._ AYhen-the���prohibition against American pork was  issued, Mr. Lloyd C. Griscomb,  American charge d'affaires, addressed an energetic note to the  porte.  London, April 20.'--lb is intimated by diplomats familiar with  the situation that there are reasons  why the United States .should pro-  coed carefully in the matter of  forcing the payment by tho sultan  of Turkey of the claim for ��100,000.  There aie in the Philippines more  than ��5,500,000 Mohammedans  whoso devotion to their caiipha is  fanatical. The sultan would have  but to lift his finger and those  Malays and Moros would join forces  with tho Tagalos. The war in  Luzan would be extended throughout the islands and tho American  forces would necessarily havo to be  greatly increased.  Model Wholesale Warehouse.  J. Y. Griffin & Co., wholesale provision and produce merchants, are  now comfortably located in thoir  handsome new warehouse on Front  streeb. The building is unusually  well arranged for bhe business and  combines features which no other  business house in the Kootenays  possesses.  The warehouse is 45x100 in dimensions, has two stories, and is  attractively finished wibhin and  Avithout. Ou entering the front  streeb door. Roberb Roberbson,  manager of the firm, is found in his  private office to the .left, wibh the  clerks and-shippers close at hand.  To the righb is a space reserved for  goods inbended for immediate shipment.  The lower flat is equally divided  by a hallway from front to rear.  To the right are the apartments  devoted to the  handling of hams  and  bacons, Avhich  is  one  of  the  firm's specialties.     One is known  as the packing and Avashing room.  In this  apartment  the hams and  bacon are received in sweet pickle  and  stored.      When  required  the  meat  is  taken  from   the pickling  vats, thoroughly Avashed and passed  on  to  the smoking house, a brick  structure detached from the  rear  of   the   Avarehouse.      Tho   smokehouse has  the  capacity of half a  car   and   there  the  meat is  suspended in the smoke of a slow fire,  a peculiar species of Avood common  to the hills of the Kootenays being  used to generate the smoke Avhich  preserves and matures the flavor of  the ham. After this process the meat  goes to the cured meat room, Avhere  ib is carefully hung  uubil required  for   shipping.      By   having   bhese  facilibies ab hand the company ensures   to   the   trade    clean,   fresh  goods, particularly in the summer,  Avhen meats packed in the east aud  shipped here are liable to deterioration.  On the left hand side of the hall  the entire floor space* is devoted to  a cold storage room Avith a capacity  of 8 carloads of mixed produce.' Ib  is intended to handle cheese, butter  Jand eggs more extensiA'ely than  ever before, and the big refrigerator giA'es the firm exceptionally  good facilities. The icebox from  which chilled air is clraAvn contains  a tiifie of 300,000 pounds of ice,  and by au ingenious application of  a Avcli known natural law the air in  the chambers keeps circulating  through the icebox, thereby maintaining an even r temperature of 'J2  degiees no matter how torrid tbe  Aveather Avithout may be. -The firm  will bring produce from the Northwest aud other points in refi iger-  ator ears, Avhich run to the back  door of their warehouse, thus guaranteeing the preservation ��of the  freshness of their consignments.  The upper flat of the building is  utilized for storing such goods as  do not require refrigerating.  J. Y. Gnffiu & Co. is one of the  most reliable houses handling provisions in the west, and their trade  extends into eveiy districb and  tOAvn Avest of lake Superior. The  Nelson branch is doing much to  keep up Nelson's standing as a  wholesale center.  In this instance, however, there  AA'as no firing. NatiA-e deserbers  confirm previous statements Avith  respect to the fortifications aud  strength of   the Boers along   the  Biggarsberg range. The enemy  have recently established a large  hospital.  EVA BOOTH NOW IN NELSON  Will Address Three Meetings.  Miss Eva Booth, commissioner of  the Salvation Army, arrived in Nelson yesterday on the steamer Moyie  and Avas accorded a warm Avelcome  by the local corps.   The band of the  army paraded to the wharf in new  and    striking    costumes   designed  after bhe uniform of  the   British  men - of - warsmen.        When   the  steamer bearing Miss Booth steam-  ed'into the dock a hearty Arolley of  cheers was fired after which the  band played a welcome strain.   A  procession     was     formed     which  marched by Avay of Front, Ward,  Baker,     Josephine   and    Victoria  streets to the   barracks   where a  large    number   of ,cibizens    Avere  gabhered.   The band played several  numbers before dispersing.  Miss Boobh Avas most favorably  impressed wibh the ciby of Nelson  and Avibh bhe efficiency of bhe local  corps.' In the evening Miss Booth  Avas present at the open air meeting, AA'hich was conducted by major  Hargreaves, the provincial commissioner.  The programme for the Booth  meetings is as follows : This eA'en-  ing ab 8 o'clock Miss Eva Boobh will  address a meeting ab the opera  houst. She Avill tell of her work in  bhe slums of London and other big  cities, and Avill Avear the costume of  a poor Landon flQAver girl. Au admission fee of 25 cents will be  charged. Tomorrow, Sunday, Miss  Booth will address two meetings,  one at 3 in the afternoon and one  at 7.80. No admission will be  charged, but a silver collection will  ,be taken up at the door. Miss  Booth's address this evening is a  \-ery interesting one, and one thab  has inet with great-buecess in the  large cities- of bhe east.  CITY  LOCAL   NEWS.  On Thursday afternoon a drunk  had a narrow escape fiom going beneatli the  wheels Of.i street car. The luotonnan stopped  t ho lmi when it was barely ,\ couple of feet away.  The diunk was (lned tho usual amount at jestor-  <la) '*> police court  J.Black, of the Canadian Pacific  fctafl, left Vclson la.it ni^la wn flic Crow's Nest  r ad for Winnipeg, mhero he w ill hute apotiidon  in the claims, department. Mr. Mark it, a railroad iii.in thai iMlDscmng of pi emotion, and his.  friends m Nelson hope that some day he mitj  orcupv the high plaes now held down by T. O.  Shamjhncssy,  The cooks   and  waiters,  to  the  mimherVf 60, met last night in Miners" Union  hall .ind organised a union The follow ing oflk-ers  weie elected: J. jr. IHrry, piesulcnt, Joseph  Blossom, \ ice-piesiden , C. V. tte'l, corresponding  and ftnotici.il sceroUirj : lioniainin Boankish,  ttcisuicr-; and Kdwaiii Fitch, warden.  WHOLESALE BUSINESS G000  Free States Last Hops.  Town,   Apiil   20.���At  The  Cape town, Apui ZO.~At a  meeting of the Volksraad of the  Orange Free State ab Kroonstadt  today, president Steyn denounced  lord Roberts5 proclamation as  "treachery" and declared that, as  Great Britain'? object Avas their  destruction, thoir labt hope Avas to  appeal to the civilized powers to intervene.      Joubert's Two Successors.  PnETOitfA, April 20.���Major-general Schalkburger htw been gazetted vice-president in succession of  the late general Joubert and general Louis Botha lias been gazetted  acting commandant-general, succeeding general Joubcrc in command  of the Transvaal forces.  Boers liaising tho Siege.  Loxnox, April 21.���The Times  publishes the following dtapatch  from Jammci'bhurg, dated Thursday, April 1!): "Tho in vestment of  tho British position on the oast and  south has been relaxed. Ai majority of the enemy aro supposed to  havo left for tho purpose of intercepting the relief column, leaving  one gun and about 1000 men on bhe  Avest to prevent our ,cooperation.  Our casualties are about loO. No  sound of the relief column has yet  been hoard."  Organ Grinder an Earl.  Loxnox, April 21.���The Daily  Mail makes the following announcement:. "Wo learn that an arrangement is on tho e\'e of conclusion  permitting viscount Hinton, the organ gt inder, to become the earl of  roulette, the younger son by the  Iato carl's third Avife, abandoning  hi'j claim to the title, but receiving  an annuity to be paid out of the  estate."    Boers in Natal.  Ri.andsijAac.'Ti:, April 10,--Ves-  terday the British patrols discovered another party of Boers on the  British lofb in the iame position  from which the enemy recently  fired on the South African  Horse.  Bank Teller Short.  Toronto, April 20.���George McC  Wilson, paying toiler of the Merchants' Bank of Canada, in this city,  is under arrest, charged with having  appropriated $10,000 of the bank'b  funds. Wilson had a salary of  $1200 per annum, and ib is stated  did not live beyond that amount.  Wilson says in the mosb positive  manner bhat he does not know Avhat  bwcarae of the $10,000. Detectives  assert that accused has been borrowing money of late from bhavcrs  at a high rate of interest.  New Free State Government.  Loxnox, April 21.~-Tuo Bloemfontein correspondent of the Times,  telegraphing Friday, says: "Major-  general Frettyiuan has been appointed military goA'ernor of the  whole territory AVliieh hitherto belonged to the Freo State. This ex-:  tension of our authority lias become necessary to preserve la\v and  order. The arrest of ' suspected  Free Staters continues,  Boers Near Bloenifontein.  Loxnox, April 21.���The Bloemfontein correspondent of the Daily  Telegraph, telegraphing Friday,  says: "The Aveather is fine. The  enemy still holds the Avraterworks  and our scouts report that the  Boers have a line of outposts and  small commandoes lo miles east of  Bloemfontein from the Modder  river to tho Kaffir river."  Boers Spy Out British Lines.  Braxdkobt Station", Grange  Free State, April 17,���General De-  lary has returned from a reconnaissance in force east of the railroad  to Modder river. He reported that  ho only met a few scouts, but that  he saAV British fortifications all  along the hills.  Prospects Better.  The report from the Nelson wholesalers for the week concluding today is quite satisfactory. In some  lines, hardware particularly, the  volume of business was excellent,  and with the majority of business  houses trade Avas all that AA'as anticipated, which is saying a good deal.  It is believed that the prospect for  better business in the Boundary  country is brighter than lias been-  the case for some time.  Yesterday's shipments were as  foIloAvs:  California Wine Company, wines  and cigars.���Camp McKinney, Cranbrook, Silverton, Fernie, Kelowna"  and Sandon.  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills,  Limited, sash and doors.���Kaslo  and Proctor.  A. Macdonald & Co., wholesale  grocers.���Ymir, Robson, Ainsworth,  Procbor, Hall's Siding, Revelsboke  and Salmo.  J. Y. Griffin & Co., provisions and,  produce.���Greenwood, HoAvser, Nakusp, Slocan  Ciby,   Alamo,   Cody,  Cranbrook, Moyie, Kaslo, Granite,  Coryelle and Erie.  The Brackman & Ker Milling  Company, Limited, Flour and Feed.  ���Erie, Procter, Creston, Pilot Bay,  Waneta and Slocan City.  Vancouver HardAvare Company,  hardware aud mining supplies.���  Creston, Kuskanook, Ymir, West-  bridge, Kaslo, Greemvood aud Lake  Points.    c  H. J. Evans <fc Co., commission  merchants.���Midway, Ymir, Lardo,  Enterprise, Kootenay Crossing,  Hall's Siding and Robson.  Lawrence HardAvare Company,"  hardware aud mining supplies.���  Ymir, Robson, Ainsworth, Granite  Siding, Porto Rico Siding, Tariff  mine, Waneta, Salmo,'Slocan Ciby,  Cranbrook, Grand Forks, Lake ���  Points, Farron and Ku��konook.  Turner, Beeton &,Co., dry good*  and liquors.���Ymir, Porto Rico,  Ainsworth, New Denver and Moyie.  Kootenay Supply Company,  wholesale." grocers.���Moyie, Erie, L  Cascade City and Cranbrook.  II. Byers & Co., hardware and  mining supplies.���Bounington, Nakusp, Robson, Pilot Bay, Cranbrook, Erie, Saudon, Porto Rico  Sidiug and Moyie.  W. F. Teetzel &- Co., assayers'*  supplies.���Ainsworth, Granite and  Waneta.  John Choldicch & Co., Avholecale  grocers.���Kaslo, Sandon, White- ,  Avater, Rossland, Silverton, Slocan  City, Moyie,'Fernie, Elicit, Trail,  NeAV Denver, Nakusp and Cranbrook.  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Company, electrical supplies.���Greenwood, Ymir, Kamloops, Grand Forks, Whitewater,  Sandon, Salmo, Fernie and New  'Denver.        _Snow Retards JWork.  _  George W. Hughes, manager of  the Idaho mine, Slocan districb, is  in Nelson. He says that the snow  in the high altitudes in the Slocan  seems to be as deep as in previous  years at this time, although tho  lower reaches Avere bare much earlier than in former year-s. Operations at the Idaho and other mines  in the Idaho basin cannot be carried  oa full force until the-snow goes off,  fts supplies have to be packed in by  men, and this can only be done in  the early morning Avhen the crust  is strong enough to hold a num'.s  weighb. M. Hughes has had men at  work on mines ab Paddy's Peak all  winter, and hopes that tho development work that is being dono  will prove the properties Avorth  something. Mr. Hughes is apt to  make a nice clean-up in the Slocan  some day. (  Must Organize This Time.  The Nelson baseball enthusiasts  are called upon to meet tonight at  8 o'clock in the hotel Hume to organize for the season or make such  arrangements as aviII start the ball  rolling.   A couple of meetings were  announced a week or two since, but  failed to  eventuate for lack of -attendance.    This should not happen  again if Nelson is to live up to her  reputation  for upholding athletics  and a bumper meeting is asked for.  A  stronger  team than  last  years-  can be picked from the old playoi 'j  aud the new mater ial at  hand, and  the season should not be allowed to  progress further  a\ ithotit practice  being inaugurated.     The matter of '  entering   Nelson   in the  proposed,  Kootenay league Avill also be discussed.  V i  , ^J  K.'.ll THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C SATURDAY,  APRIL 21  1900  Kerr &  Co.  Today-Saturday  Millinery���Something A'ery stylish in new hats  Kid Gloves���New in this Aveek.    Undressed in the neAV shades  Parasols, Corsets, Gloves, Hosiery, Underwear, ebc.  Ready-made Suits and separate skirts���very special  Everything new and up-to-date for you in this store  P. S.    Standard Patterns in stock.  THE NEW DRY GOODS STORE  MADDEN BLOCK,  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.  BROWN    &    CO.   Hall Block, 296 Baker St.  0  ���(=>.p=>.i  .C=>.l=3,C3.,  *m    *  m  m  AH the Latest Designs  in  Wall  Paper  We have just received a consignment of Wall  Papers which gives us the largest  stock ever carried in the Kootenays  $b  m  m  See us for Paper Hanging and Painting  of every description  m  F. J. Bradley dr Co.  Sign Painters and Decorators.  Corner of Josephine and Victoria Streets  Nelson  Fancy Room Moulding at 25- cents a fo'ot and upwards.  m  ;&    Prompt attention given to mail orders.    Samples and prices on request ,,#*,  '&.i  i*7rt-i&'S>'^=)7^>'&*&.^'^2'l=3't=>?l  Taxing Canadian Bank Notes.  The United States goA'ernment  has decided to collect a 10 per cent  tax on Canadian notes circulating  in the cities along the boundary  line. Whatcom county, Washington, is principally affected, a large  amount of Canadian currency being  in circulation there. Some time  ago there was about a million in  Canadian money circulating in this  county, and as the tax is to be imposed every time tho money passes  through the banks, the revenue Avill  be large. The placing of Canadian  currency under tho head of taxable  notes is the result of an opinion of  the attorney-general, in which he  says: "A national bank paying out  on checks and otherwise notes of a  bank chartered in a foreign country  is subject to the tax of 10 per cent  upon the amount of tho notes so  circulated under paragraphs 19 and  20, Act of 1875." The Whatcom  banks may contest the matter or  may apply to congress for relief on  the grounds that no one has beon  injured by the use of the Canadian  currency in that secbion,' but that,  on the contrary, its circulation Avas  of great benefit to the community.  International Varsity Chess.  Nkw York, April 20.���Six American and a like number of British  students began today at the  Knickerbocker Athletic club iu this  city and the British chess club in  London the second annual chess  match for the possession of the  Rice trophy. One of the British  players, Frederick Soddy of the  Oxford Chess club, is in the city  so five games Avere conducted by  cable and one was played over the  board. The Americans played as  follows: Rice, Hunt, SeAvall, Cook,  Hopkink and Austell. British had  placed their men as f oIIoavs : Tabter-  sall, SofblaAAr, Ellis, George, Soddy  and Wiles.  London, April 20.���The Oxford  aud Cambridge representatives in  the second inter-university chess  match by cable for the Rice trophy  Avith Harvard, Yale, Columbia and  Princeton are occupying private  rooms at the British Chess Club, a  feAV members of which, including  sir George Newnes, Avere present  during the exchange of messages  and the subsequent opening of play  today. The local players are a  keen looking lot and anticipate a  close match Avith much pleasure.  Metal Market is Steady.  London, April 19.���Nothing is  known here of the reports circulated in the United States of. an important failure in the iron trade at  GlasgoAV. The metal market is  steady.  ^���^ 'Ja-2^ ^2&-  ��� jf_*f ��� ��&��� ^_\j ��� J0^�� 000 ��^^fl^�� ^^_  *  Xti  xti  Xlt  ill  Xlf  \Xf  3<3   Baker  Street  Xlf  Xti  Xlf  Xti  Annual Spring Sale House Furnishings, Carpets, Oilcloths,  Linoleums, Window Shades, Lace Curtains, Portieres, Poles  Xlf  Xlf  Xlf  Xti  Xlt  Xlf  Xti  Xti  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  Eng-lish Wilton from     .    .  $1.50 up  Ingrain" Carpet from   .    .    .    50c up  Floor Oilcloth from    .     .    .    25c up  Window Shades from    .    .      40c up  Curtain Poles from     .    .    .    40c up  .  Lace Curtains from      .    .    .   75c up  Art Rugs and Squares at all prices  All Carpets sewed and laid free of charge  Xlt  Xit  Xti  ib  Xlt  Xlt  \it  Xlt  Xlit  vv<:  Xlf  Xit  xti  .^a^'S%. >J^ . ^*}*�� ^^ �� ^*H�� ^^ ��^B>*j^ ��2j^�� TS^'^B1* ^S^'JSft *.���& *^&*^S !^&>: *** ' <fi? '^^ * *m   '*** ' *�� *lSf'* J*^ m0? ��� 0^ '*? ��� 0& '0* * 0* '0* �� 0*^-*0*._��.  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fipe Brick and  Fire Clay  Used in Kootenay.  We also handle  m  Steel Mining Rails,  Blacksmith's Goal, Sewer Pipe, Etc. ;  H. J. EVANS & CO.  v$&  NELSONT, B. C.  m  ^  >mm  :g^@#  Splendid  Offering  We're winning heaps of glory in the Blouse  section these days, and are making staunch  friends among careful shoppers. We want  toJ increase the good will that exists by  giving a few seasonable oiferings in Blouses.  These represent lines we can do without/  That's why, we make  the prices so little.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  2 dozen Print  Blouses  in  stripes of blue, black, pink, heliotrope.  This season's make, and all fast colors.  Special to clear, 80c  2   dozen   Print   Blouses, fancy stripes,  fasi   colorSj  latest styles.  Special to clear, 75c  5 dozen-Percale  Blouses,-pique yokes, striped-or fancy-patterns.  Special to clear. $1.25  Martin O'Reilly & Co.  Houston Block, Baker Street  ��Jte QErttrtttte*  Candidate Mackintosh ot tbe  liossland riding is in the.Bast trying to raise money to promote mining companies that are to operate  in the Sampler district in Oregon ;  but his heeler.s aro holding mass  meetings and sending broadcast  reports of the enthusiastic receptions that are given Mackintosh in  tlio towns in the Boundary country.    What frauds politicians  are.  " Givrc us a government that will  " carry on the business affairs of,  " the province without surprises in  " legislation aud bickerings among  " themselves, and there will be  uo  " lack of outside money for iuvc&t-  " ment iu  our mines,  for  British  " Columbia is  well thought of in  " the East," is the way a  mining  man  expressed  himself   yesterday  in discussing  the coming election,  British Columbia has had surprises  enough in the way of legislation to  last   both   the miue   owners   and  mine workers for a few years, and  both sides have concluded to op  pose all legislation that Avill in any  reopen the sores that are rapidly  healing. It is only the politicians  who want to stir up strife. If the  electors of Kootenay send to Victoria six men pledged to vote  agaiust every atlerupt to repeal the  eight-hour law and against all attempts to impose increased burthens on the mining industry,  Kootenay and - Yale ' will have,  within live years, a population of  one hundred thousand, and not one  of them will be a white slave.  INCORPORATED 1670.  OMf_Leader^  In Ladles9  KM Gloves1  Garry at  Beaver at  CCC at  Ifo2J  Garden  Seeds  Canada 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  'EoJJ  Thk men who are doing the ward  heeling for candidate Mackintosh in  Rossland riding were Liberals two  years ago. Sudden conversions are  to be distrusted, and candidates  whose chief support comes from  men whose principles are for sale to  the highest bidder for spot cash are  not above suspicion.  ff��7J  Cannot be beaten  The best values that money can  buy.  uosons oay  TELKPHONK 13  OTTO H. ROSENDALE  Portland, Oregon, Postoffice Box 464-  Who wrote candidate Mackintosh's letter of acceptance? It is  a well-known fact that Mackintosh  can neither write nor speak intelligently���except before breakfast.  Advises about mines, mining  property and its workings. Companies organized. Capital furnished. Al) information and correspondence confidential. Demand for silver-lead propositions. Copper properties bought  outright.  Canada Drag! Book Go.  NKLSON  _Kootenay_ _Coffee __C_o.  NELSON, B. O.  Coffee roasters and dealers In Tea and Coffee  Offer irebh roasted coffee of bosb quality oa  follows J  Java and Arabian Machu, por pound $  40  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounda  I CO  Fine Santos, 1 pounds ....................... 1 00  Santos Blend, 5 pounds  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds......  1 00  Our Bio Beast, 6 pounds........  1 OO  A trial ordor solicited. Salesroom 2 doors casts  of Oddfellows block, W��Rt Baker Ktreofc.  h7d7 ashcroft  BLACKSMITH1NG  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by ft  fir. t-eiaHS wheelwright.  Special attention Riven to all kind a of repairing and custom work from outside pointo.  Shop:  Hall St., between Baker and Vernon  GENUINE  CLEANING  AMT>  REPAIRING  J. T. FIFE & CO.  P. O. Box 660 _ NELSON  StrJ0SEPHrSSCH00L  ���  NELSON, B. O.  A boarding and day school conducted by iho  Sistcisot St. Joseph of Peace. It is situated at  the comer of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  the best icbidcntml portions of Nolson, and is  e.i'-'ly accessible from all part s of the city.  Tho com'ao of study includes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English education: Business course���nookkeoping, stenography and t> no-writing. Science course���musio;  vocal and instrumental, drawing, eta. Plain ait  and needlework, etc.  For tonus and particulars apply to the Sistor  Superior,  Telson Bnsiness GoIIege  ir.is cntoicdupou its second <tuailor with on-  Iaif;cd accommodation and increased facilities  lor pi otnoting; the interests of .students.  Njght classes Monday, Wednesday and Friday  of each week. Register early. Room 7, Victoria  Block. Josephine street.  E. J. Robie  "FASHIONABLE  TAILOR  Workmarjsljsp and  quality of goods %  best obtainable  'Opposite Silver King Iiotel, Baker street, Nelson  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW-  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  CUT- FRICES-IS-THE  ORDER OF THE DAY  And I want to bo in It. I havo just received  Fall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a ��50,000 stock to choose from made to  your order atrprices never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest fads in Fancy Vestings tot  Ml and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest prices.  Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENgTThe Tailor  Palace ^eat R/[ar^et  Headquarters  for ail kinds of  Fresh and Cured Meats.  fieison Saw &  Planing Kjills, 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, Bandrsawing, brackets, Newel Posts,-  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  Office Corner lfa.ll ar|d Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing C. P. R. Track]  Mills Hall Street Wharf  . ��;JB'^S" a-' ifr'SB* ift'^'ig'ig'S?  ���f2f?'TB>"0-0'0'0  0'0-0-0'0-0  TOWN  OP  w..v?->��"*>5'?'*.'?'��!'^\k^;  ml  PROCTER  (in  2J 20 Miles east of the City of Nelson, and Terminus M  f-                of the Nelson-Balfour section of --���'  the- Crow's-Nest Pass Railway.   A feature will bo made of tho poultry and  game trade. Thoy will alviaya bo ou hand during their season.  J. ]L. PORTER, Prop.  169 Josephine St., between Baker and Vernon.  Telephone 150.  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Full lino of wall paper, mouldings, erxj,   Kalso-  muung and Tinting.   Stiictly ilnst-class  woik.  Insinuates furnished!   Residence Mill Sticet,  Opposite School House  NELSON, B. C  W. Staraser Srtiith & Oo.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Offico Ward Streot) Opposite Open. Honse  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendions, Roses, Fancy Evergreens  Magnolas, IJulbs, new crop tested sccdh, for ��prmg  pi in ting. Largest aud most complete stock in  Western Cnnodti. Call and make > our selections  or send for catalogue. Address at tho nursery  grounds and greenhouse.  M. J. HKNR5T.  300G Westminster Road, Vancouver. B. G.  (ft  Business and Residential Lots ranging at prices  from S75 to $150 each.  Terms: One-third cash;  balance 6 and 12 months.  m  (f? This townsite is held jointly by the Canadian Pacific Railway ?f-J  (ft Company and T. G, Procter.  S Apply to FRANK FLETCHER, Land Agent 0. P. R., Ndsoei. Ij  fa or to T. C. PROCTER, BaJ^r Street, fieison. JJj'  '&_f.0,0.0,0,0.__.0.0.0.0,0.       '   ���!��>.^!>.^��.��M��.a>.'a��.^��..ai.!9��.^.^(.'>a:^/  Head Office at  '     NELSON, B.  C.  WhoiesaSe and Retail  lers in Meats!  Markets at   Nelson,   Kossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nev|  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, 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 %_   Q_   TRAVES,   Manager'  ORDERS BY MAIL RKCETVg CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  Blank Books Manufactured and Books and Magazines bound  and re-bound at The Tribune Book Bindery, Burns Blpck, THE-TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. 0., SATURDAY, APRIL 21, 1900  BANK OP MONTREAL  CAPITAL,  REST   all paid up.  $12,000,000  r   6.000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drumiunnd Vice-President  K. S. Clou*lon General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  Branches in London (England) Nkw Yokk,  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, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Buy nnd sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  (.���milt, Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tlio world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  Saving's Bank Branch  CUKKKNT U.VT1! 01'' INTHHKST I'.VID.  KING SNAKE AND  BATTLER.  Youth's Companion.  If the rattlesnake is justly called  the king of America's woods aud  rocks, yet his crown is not held  without danger, since lie is hunted  diligently, and successfully. => His  faugs are indeed deadly, and he  wears a fine suit of armor, but the  deer and the wild hog never fail to  attack him, and he has an enemy of  his own kind still more dangerous  to .him..  Snakes may be divided iuto three  classes. Those which are venomous, theconstrictors and those which  are neither. Unless the second of  these are wonderful for their size,  their secure little of- our attention,  and yet they are generally beautiful in colors, most graceful in action and often among our best  friends. In Florida we have two  constrictors especially noticeable���  the black racer, which grows to the  length of twelve feet and makes a  business of warring on rats and  other small deer the farmer hates;  and the king snake, whose mission  seems to be the extermination of  the rattler. '���...'  One day I was returning from a  day's ���hunt, at. peace with the world  and myself, when I heard a squirrel  scolding as if he were a ward politician the night before election.  The noise he made was so loud and  insistent that I turned out of my  "way to see what could be . the  matter. I found the little fellow  on the trunk of. a pine about ten  feet from the ground, jumping  -about as if in convulsions. He  would llouiish his tail wildly, scold  in anger, threaten an assault, run  back a little way up the trunk, and  then return>and scold again.  1 looked carefully and saw that  his anger was directed at a rattle-*  snake that-lay coiled at the foot of  the tree. The .snake was' compressed into ajball, from the middle  of which its'rattle sounded con-,  tiimously; its blazing little eyes  wore fixed unchangingly upou those  of the squirrel. Tho buzz,',buzz  'donod ou the summer air with a  "sleepy effect, but the squirrel  scolded in an ever-asoending key.  But for the hint of the squirrel's  eyes I could not have located the  rattler. His color and Ms variegated markings offered but little  contrast to his surroundings. His  monotone of noise was indefinite,  and to sight as well as iu sound he  'seemed only a blur on the background of the dark sand on which  he lay.  Was the squirrel only curious to  satisfy himself as to the character  of tliat strange object, or was he  hypnotized ? I have often amused  myself by exciting the violent  curiosity of"tllcTlittle" animal, but"  never did a waving or jumping object awaken'such intense and painful emotion as the rattler always  demands. I knew what lliust soon  follow; that the squirrel's-erica  would' grow weak, that he would  grow dizzy and finally tumble from  the tree,  hang a  moment  by  ono  claw and then drop into the jaws of  the living death that lay in wait.  I hod raised my rifle to save the  little fellow, when the tragedy was  interrupted from another quarter.  Swift as light, a form raced on  the stage. It was clothed in a  gleaming coat of beautiful white  and black spots; it shifted and  shone like a necklace of precious  stones, and I knew the king snake  claimed a victim. The newcomer  Avas smaller than the rattler; its  ground color was a greenish gray,  and the spots scintillated in the  sunlight which shifted down upon  the scene from the tangled branches  overhead.  At the first rustle of its approach  the rattler lost all  interest in the  squirrel,  which ran  back into the  tree.    The king snake held his head  high and raced around the  rattler  in a wide circle, while the rattler  tried   to   slink away.     The   king  darted forward as if to attack, and-  the   rattler threw himself into a  coil.   The king was again away and  racing around, with a swiftness the  "rattler   seemed   unable   to   follow  with   his   eye.     The   rattler was  cowed already; his crest was low-,  ered, his buzz, buzz was jerky and  uneven, and altogether he presented  a very different appearance  from  the   self-confident   arbiter  of   the:  woods which he had seemed  when  I first saw him.   I could think of  'nothing but some human bully suir  prised in  the act  of torturing his  helpless victim, and suddenly compelled'to face an adversary worthy  of his strength.    The  king snake  seemed to enjoy the situation  as a  cat does her cruel dallying with a  mouse.  Round and round went the king  snake, and the rattler followed the  movement till it neck was twisted.  Whenever it attempted to' turn the  king would spring forward, and it  was evident that the first failure of  the rattler in swiftness would be  the signal for muscle to close with  venom.- The king would race from  left Lo right and then reverse, and  if the rattler failed to follow that  would be tho end of him. This  happened, and I saw the king in  the air, but could not catch the  strike, so instantaneous was it.  There was a confusion of flying  pine needles in a cloud of white  dust, and I saw that two inches of  the king's coil was about the throat  of the rattler. Over and overtliev  went, the king*s head above that of  his enemy, and a curve of his body  acting as a buffer to keep up the  motion which enabled him to take  another turn and still another.  And so tiie struggle continued, till  the rattler did not writhe freely,  and he i\ as held as a - vine  wraps     a     tree. When     he  lay still the king snake  began to uncoil himself slowly, and  at every motion of the enemy the  constrictor's folds contracted and  crushed with killing effect. Even  wheu there wa.s only a quiver of  the tail, the king still gripped the  throat. It was plain that he had a  wholejaoino respect for tho^ fangs_  TnaTTwore-still terrible. As a last  precaution the king applied his  nostrils delicately to those of the  i attler, and repeated that several  times, as if to detect the faintest  breath. Satisfied at last, it released  its enemy, but still watched ready  to re&ume its hold at the slightest  sign of life.  Imperial Banlc of Canada  JIKAl)   OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  I). Ti. Wilkio, General Manager.  E. Hay. Inspector.  Xelson Branch���Burns Block, 221. Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  There I left him, keeping grim  guard over the body of his vanquished foe. As I turned away,  the voice of the squirrel in tho tree  broke out again, saucy and defiant  as it always is, but no longer filled  with agony and terror, as at first.  Gold in a Forbidden Land.  The French Colonists in French  Guiana have been making more  trouble for Brazil over the large  territory that both countries claim.  The dispute arose many years ago  and'is not settled-yet, and as both  nations despaired of reaching an.  understanding they referred the  matter to arbitration. Meanwhile,  both agreed to keep out of the disputed territory, and this agreement  is the basis of Brazil's -new grievance against the colonists.  "  A while ago gold was discovered  in the disputed land and development gave-more promise of agreat  mining future than anything yett  found in French Guiana.     So the  colonists began to flock over into  the forbidden Jand, and they have  dug there for gold with so much  success that a good deal more than  half the  precious, metal exported  from French Guiana last year came  from the new mines,  which Brazil?  claims to be in her,territory. Brazil;  has protested against the; invasion, ���  but the minerssay they will remain.  Their success is,giving considerable  prosperity to -Cayenne,; where-the  del vers go to spend ;their' gold dust  after they haye acquired it.  It is hoped that;: arbitration ���will  soon settle the matter; The country which both countries- claim > is  100,000 square miles in extent; and  the miserable disputeVis ail due to  the fact that; nobody understands  the treaty of Utrecht, which declared iu 1714: that the Yapok or Vim  cent Pinzon river was the boundary  between the Portuguese and French  possessions. The long discussed,  but never answered question is ;  " Where the dickens is the Yapok'  river?" Brazil identifies it with  the Oyapok river, which is generally recognized, on the maps at least,  as the southern boundary of French  Guiana. ' France on the other hand,  says that the Yapok river of the  treaty of Utrecht is identical with  the Araguari, river, which is far  south and only a short distance  from the Amazon. Thus the whole  country between these two rivers is  in dispute, and, as the meaning of  the Utrecht treaty will never be  ascertained, the only solution-likely  to be reached will be to divide tho  disputed territory between the two  countries.  same-line-recently, and there are  frequent similar occurrences, as  where a $1 dog puppy ate up two-  thirds of a $5 note. 'The pup. was  of a-playful disposition,' wrote the  man who owned it, 'and, though  I saw him playing with the  note, I did not recognize it as  money. But he won't play any  more iu my back yard. Later on,  when the .puppy got tired, playing  with it, the owner discovered that  the dog had been amusing himself  with a note which had by accident  fallen on the floor. The affidavits  in the case were Arery amusing, but  the man got his remnant of a note  redeemed at its full value. The lamp  and gas flighting people are by great  odds in the majority. Out of a number of such cases the percentage of  women sufferers is so small that it  can almost be said they don't lose  money by using it as lighters. I  know of a woman who boiled almost out of existence several bills  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast. ���:���'  Flooring  local and roast.    -  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber ^  .        of all kinds.  ���������-,-   IF WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN; STOCK  WK WILL MAKE IT FOR YOU '  CALL AND GET PRICES.  :.���;-.   .-��� ' .   ::_________^   ,  J. A. Say ward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON :  Porto Rico Lumber Ci).  (LIMITED)  :, Successors to  J. A. DEWAR & CO.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White  Pins  Lurqber Always in  Stoci\.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash aud Doors.5  Special order work will receive  prompt attention..  :��!6W  Hs&^  mn  imm  w  w  Army is discarding1 the Khaki Suits for  something- more seasonable for the Fall,  Why don't 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 Suiting's to fit you  out.   Don't order before you call and see  Hi  BAKER  STREET  Headquarters ftp Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Ciay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  B. P. BITHBT & CO,, Ui, Victoria  Special ouotations m\ en for carload lots  A. JJ. GRAY, P. O. box 52!, Nelson, B. C.  Kootenay Agent  Accidents to Banknotes.  " While it cannot be stated that  ifc is an American habit lo light  lamps and  gas with money," explained, an official of the redemption division of the  treasury department  to   a  Washington Star  reporter, " there are a number who  appear actually to have money to  burn, and who now and then burn  it.   There are more money burners,  too, than-come" to-the~~front and  demand a redemption of their partly    destroyed    money,   for   some  people - hesitate   before   they   are  willing to appear in such an indefensible position.   I don't want to  be understood   as  stating that it  occurs     every     day,      for     that  would   probably     be     stretching  ifc   somewhat,   but    it  is   a  fact  that it   occurs many more times  than would bo- supposed.   A case  of the kind came-to the division  last week, where a fellow lighted a  match at; the door to his room and  from- that lighted   what; he supposed was a piece of paper which  he had in his pocket.   lie started  with the lighted paper to find the  gas jet. "lie- found it, and as he  blew out his lighted paper he ascertained, to his surprise and disgust,  that his taper was a $10 bill, more  than one-half of which > had been  burned.    In his communication to  the secretary of the treasury, to  to whom he was advised to write,  he admitted that he was a fool and  deserved a kick instead of anything  else, but said as grass was rather  short with him he would have to  appeal   for   redemption.     He furnished    the     necessary   affidavits  which under the law have to be filed  in such cases and a new bill was  sent   to him for the  half-burned  notes which he sent in for redemption.     Lots  of times people burn  money but make no claim  for  redemption,    supposing    that    they  have no redress in the matter.   But  the treasury department does  not  as a rule hunt up trouble,<so unless  the claim is made none is suggested.  "I had a case somewhat in tho  Porto Rico LumberGo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT .  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock, of flrnt-olasa dry material on  hand, alhO a full line ot sash, doois, moulding^  turned work, oto.  Fact_ory_Work a Specialty  Yard i   Foot) of Hendryx street, .Nelson  TcW,.��..ti John Rae, Agent  COAL!     COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $9.65 ISEr****   $6.15  Haiti Coal  Anthracite  DELIVERED  TEJiEPJIONS  ���33  6!  ethbridge Gait Coal  The be&t value for tho money in tho market  for all purposes.  terms cash     W. P. Tikiikky, General Agent  Telephone 147.    Ofllce with fj. V. J, OhriHtio.  NOTICE.  NoUoeisheiebygncn th.it I intend to.ipply ai  the first .meeting oi the Point of l.<c<'iisi- (,'otn-  luissioiieisfoi the L'ltj of Nelson hfld thirl.) d.ijs  .ificr the rl.ito hcieul, for 1( .\e to tr.msfci the  license now held bj we for <i s tlimn known .i.  iho Ath.iblsi.i saloon, siimtc on the soullic.Lst  coiner of Baker -and Kooten.iy sticifs. NcNon,  11. C., being on lot 1. blink 11, in Xelson .ifrue-  siwd, to Pntruk J. iMisscIl, in tm-l for lln, Ath.i-  basLa Hole!I Coinim.ii>, Limited.  WilriPhs, p. K Wu so.v. .Lis. Nj-.rcf.'.xo-.  Dated this Hthrt.u ot .Apiil. KXj'J.  NOTICE.  The nnni\ci��.uT p,iiai1o of Koo*��iay Lodge  No. Ki, I. 0. O. I1'., will he held nn Sunday. Apiil  IWth I'M), at 2 .'10 inn. to "1. Ha-woiirs chinch.  Visiting brother? iue cordi.ill) invited to attend.  NOTICE? ~      " ~  All cooks and waiter? in the oity of Xelson are  requested to meet i'i M'titrs' Union   hnll this  cv cuing. (Fiidaj. tho 2"lhinsli.in.il, foi thepurpohO  ot olloctint* the oi gam/atiun of u union.  NOTICE.  All members of Nelson JIuieis' Union are  hereby notified that an election v\il) be held at  Jlinoi'-)' Union hall, cm iifr of Kootenay and Victoria Klrccts. on Saturduj. Annl aist. 1900, for the  purpose or electing u dclceatu to reprciont the  union nt the animal contention of the Wentci-n  Federation of Aimers. Voting vt ill Liko place all  day and evening.  JAMKS WILKS, Secretary.  which by some means got in the  folds of the leaves of a head, of cabbage. The money dropped into her  basket on her way back from the  market. The notes were pretty  well wrecked, for the cabbage was  being cut np when they were discovered, bnfc there was enough left  on which to base a redemption."  Two Brutal Burglars.  Rizw York, April 20.���Two  masked robbers fought a duel with  Charles Mann, watchman of the  late Theodore Ilavemeyer's hunting  lodge near Mali wall, New Jersey,  early this morning. After shooting  down the man they gagged him,  then broke into the house and ransacked it, taking two sacks of guns  and valuables. On leaving they  forced the wounded man to accompany them. He was dragged for a  mile through the woods. The robbers finally bound him to a tree. He  was found after daylight almost  dead from loss of blood and exhaustion.  ��� j  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  ,    25 CENTS TO *1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON...  Lighted by Electricity and.Heat?;  ed with Hot Air.  jERATED and mineral waters.  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vernon  ��������� and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in rerated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for HalcyoncSprioK8  mineral water.   Telephone CO.  ASSAYERS.'   SUPPLIES..  TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker and  Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in asmyera supplies. Agents for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.  W.Fi,  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Large comfortable bedrooms and   first-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER; DAY  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  of Bank of British  Columbia building.  Baker Street  Charles D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER.  i doors west ot Dominion Express ofllce.  P. O. Box 523.   Phonos: Ollice 117, House 152  FOK RENT.  Three, Four and Sevon-Rooined Houses.  I'OR SALE  Houses and Lots in .ill p.uls of the oity.  Money to loan on impioved real estate,  Ca1!  and  get tei'Mi if jou intend to buy or  htiild.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL  BROKER  Thtce dwelling houses tor oalc on easy term's.  One lot   on   SLinlcy  street, opposite Royal  hotel, for sale at a baigain.  One  hcveii-roomecl house ind one three room  lioiibe for rent.  ' See ANNABLE  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL   ' '  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria aud Kootenay Streets.  O. Box nJ5<). TELEPHONE NO.  or,  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply Q. L. LENNOX. Solicitor, Nelson B. G  FOR  LOTS  SALE.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  9  "9  11  7  Blpck_1  "Block 5  Block 6  Block 7  Cash Offer-  For  All Four  ADDRKSS  W. F. Teetzel, Nelson.  _ 5EALED~TENDERS   "   ~"  will he mrciwd by the iiiiileisimiii'd np till April  2i)tlifoi duvinj,' JiJOO feet of tunnel v.ith nlrdrilN  ul, tlu- Vullrmstoiiu mine. Specillcitions and  paitfuului's cm  he obtained al the muse, near  :1 JI J'l" YEL LO W'STONK M IN I :s, LI M ITI ;v,  ^ulmo, li. C.  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION.  Notice i�� Sieictiy kivoii ihnt the paitncr��liip  !n'iCtofrnl'0MHlll)K helwi'in thu undorxlfntcil us  te'iiniter., and faiKhlfis under tho tirtn n.mif of  'j'he NeNou Tninsii'i" Company lum lhi>s day by  mutual i im-ent lmun dissolved.  All ddttAiIue to'tlto said flitn ircic lo be paid to  the wide)signed John T. U'lUun nnd Kenneth A.  I'Vr'Xi-i, who have- n slimed' and will pay oil'all  tho liiibdilii1-. of the >-aid Ilrm.  Dated at Nelson, it. C, this 21th day of Sfiirch,  I��)UU. AIA IU O. FLKOK.  O. JI. AlrOOUMAN.  v*   IC. ,\. K.mHKS.  J. T. WILSON.  Witness, P. K. Vfilsoji, SoJiutoi. NeUon, li. C.  "land~"notige.  Nolire i>- horcbj givi'ii that after ono month I  \\.[\ make application tolhc C'lnaf Commissioner  of Lundx and Work* to pin t h..si- foi t> nci��s of  hind in the distjn>t of U'e-L Kooti-imy m tho  pio\ nii-c of Uritish C'ol'Uiihjn, situated on tho  rsi-.t side ot iCootcnny lake, belv ui,.i 1 .oi'Miart/  and Lnfianct' ciock1- m fullnvs.. (.'oimiicncinx  at .1 po->* on the beach mm ked "In.tnil Post, fohn  Laidluw's X. W. Coiner, thciRU-soucheily iiloiiK  the lake 'Si rhiins. ihcitco easloi ly a) chains  tlmiiLU northerly 'Si chans thence westerly 20  chains to lhe pl.u o of In'Siumm.-  .IOIIV LAIDLAW.  iMtcdcilXclson, B. Ci this, frd daj of April,  1'iOU.  LAND~N0TICE.  Vulieo is hereby ttnon, that afti'i o'ie month I  will make application to thr Chuf Comuiihsiomu-  of Lands iind Woiks to pinchus,. one hmid'cd  and sixty acics of land iu tin' Owl in I of West,  Kooteiinj, m the Phimiico Of ltntii.Ii Columbia,  Mtnilcdon (he we-4 side of l-Coolenay hike, on  Itoiddei'Licek, about 1 no n.ilo- -ouih of Uiilfoin:  C'ouinicitciriK <xi Initial Pod maikifl "John Unrk.  N: K Corner," theme >\< -t siMyfoiu t'liauih.  thence honth twenty In c ihajn-., them o east,  si\ty-fourehiuns, IhentonortJi twcnty-tlvcclmuist  toUielmtuiU'wU joJIN IWRK.  Uated at Nckou thib 7th day of April, lfltX).  IVJrs- E. C. ClarKe, Prop.  I.ATE OK TnE ROTAL HOTEL, CALOARY   .  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel has been thoroughly  renovated and enlarged,andis now ono  of the most comfortable hotels in tho  city. It has 40 nicely furnished and well  lighted rooms, heated with hot air. The  dining room is second to none in Nelson.  RATES REASONABLE.  C. A. PROSSER,  MANAGER  A Big Schooner  OF  BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  FRESH  lOc  ALWAYS  COOL  The best gloss of beer to be had in Nelson Is at'  THE CLUB HOTEL  Corner Silica and,  Stanley Streets.  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  IVJariden House  Baker and Ward  ���  Streets, Nelson  The only hotol in, Nelson thai has remained  tinder one management since 1890.    '  Tho bod-rooms aro well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  ,   Tbe bar is always stocked by the best dam a-  'tie and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  B, C. HOTEL   eeie. b.  0.  First-class" in every respect.' Choicest -wines,  liquors and cig-ars. tvery comfort for transient  and resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MKN.  JOSKWI CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  M^mumtlds��m\  Vernon Street, Nelson.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND    ���  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS    -  kootenay Cigar IHfg* Co,  NKLSON, JIRITIHIf COLUMBIA  R. REISTERER & CO-  BREWERS AS'D KOTTLKHS OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to tho trade  Breweey at Nelson  son   wine  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention given to family trade  Ttt^t,      FRANK A.  NoKon,. B. C. MAVAOJtB  SAWMILJi  JOB   SALE.  The sawmill and plait lately oiviicd by Joseph  T. Robert*, at UykoitV Landing, and conxistinK  of a ,10-hoise power bailor, otigino. Griflilh sc  Wadge Lop-ng h<iwt��i��, etlgor, planer, belting.  cUs��� etc., will be bold whoro thoy now stand.  AP!>1^4 YLOR & HANKINGTGN. SolwitOM.  CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streeta. Nolson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kootonay Belle" brands of cigars.  COAL.  rjROW'S NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.-  ^ Wholesale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St, Barbe, Agent, Baker street. Nelson.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  TT. J. EVANS & CO.-Baker streot, NeUon,  ���*-*������ wholesalo dealers in liquors, cigars,  cement, lire brick and Are clay, water pipe-and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COM PAN Y���Wholesaledcal-  ers in telephones, annunciators, hells, batteries,  lixlurcs, etc.. Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEETl a  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.  .  FEED & PRODUCE: CO:-Baker  Nelson (Oeorge F. Motion's old  stand). Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce  Car lots a specialty. Correspondence solicited.  Phone 20.  TAYLOR  - street.  P.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street,   Nelson,  wholesale 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,   LIMI-  -.��� TED���Vernon  -street, Nelson,   wholosale  grocersr' ...��������� -  fOHN CH0LDITCH & CO.-Front strest, Nel-  �����*    son, wholesale grocers. <���-���'���  R. STEWART & CO.-Warehouses on C. P.  R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other produr.tR.  Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street. Nelson.  wholesale   dealers   in   provisions, : cured  meats, butter and.eggs.  F.  J.  HARD WARE AND MINING: SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.-^Corner Bakerand Josephine  ��� ��� streots. Nelson, wholesale dealers in hard-  Agents for Giant  streots, Nelson.  ware and mining^supplies.  Powder Co.  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  NELSON  farreet-  HARDWARE    COMPANY���  . Nelson,, wholesalo   dealers in  hardware.aud ruining supplies, and water; and  plumbers'supplies. .  Vancouver; hardware company,  ��� LIMITED���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies. Agnnts Ontario  Works.   , LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, UEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Jobophiue strcut^. Nelson, wholosale  dealers in liquors, clean, ami dry go^ds. Aijjenw  for PabsK Bi ewing Co. ol Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   PAINTS   AND   OILS.'  HARl)WARK COMPANY���Baker  -Wholesale  de.slerS in paints, oils,  and   hiiihhert of all kinds.    Largest stock m  Kootontty." ���  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powdcru,  wholesale dealers In caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.   ;'    * SASH AND D00RS;  NELSON S.AW AND PLANING MILLS'.  LIMITED-Coruer Front, aud Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  in aash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order. ^   TENTS" AND   AWNINGS.  NELSON TENT A MD AWNING FACTORY���  Baker btreet, Ncfcou. Manufacturer;* of all  kinds of tonus, awiutiKb, and- canvas, goods.  P. 0. Box 7fi,   Thco. Madson. iiroprietor.      WINES AND CIGARS. '  CALIFORNIA AVINE COMPANY, LIMITED-Cornor Front and Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines tease and bulk)  and domestic and imported cigare.    ,,  ARCHITECTS,  EWART & CARRIE���Architects,   Rooms 7  and ii Aberdeen hlocl', Bakor s^p��l Nut <on.  ENGINEERS.  rjHARLES PARKKR,~Mminj,'ruid nn!ling_en~  XJ   gineer.   West Uakcl <-ntvt, NulaOn.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. NO. 23, A. V. & A. M.  Moots second Wedncediiy in each month.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS- Ncluon IxkIko, No,  2.V JCnlirhts of Pvthias. moct.i in  I. 0. C   "  89, JCnlghta of Pythias, meeU in I  O.K.  ery  ItCllti)  H.  &S.   Leuniiidgcplt, O. U. __  NELSON L O, L.. No. 1692, meoUs in I. O, o'. F.  Hail, corner Bakor and Kootonay streets,  1st and 3rd Friday of each month. Victim?  hrcthcrn cordially invited. R. Robinson, W. M.  W. Crawford, ItecorditiK-afcicImj,   TVTEJ^SON ^CRIE. Number 22, Fraternal Ordor  ��������"   of Eagles, moots every fcccond und fourth  Wednesday In each month   tn Fraternity Hall,-  Vlaiting brethren welcoino.   XV. Gosiioll. Prdsi  dont., Charles prober. Socrntary.  S o'clock.   V'iMling moni-  Mowj-tt, President. Jiunt,")  "     TRADES   UNIONS.  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. ir,, W. T. ot  M.���MoeUs in miner-.' union loom-i, noith-  east corner Victoria and Kootenaj street-., every  Salui-day ovetilng at  bers welcome. M. it.  Wllkeh, Secretory.   NELSON PAINTER*' I'NION 'iho repaid!'  meeting of the JVuiters" Union is hold  ovcrj Wodnesdftv (>\cii:ng nt ..30. in the I'.un-  U'n.-' Unioi\ hall, behind theClmku hotel. T. O.  Skatlyi, president,   Alfietl Turner, ^eei ctnrj.  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The regular meetings of tho Nelson li.tde* and Li^bor  Council will be held in the miners' union hall,  cornor of Victoria and Kootenaj i-trcrts, on tho  first and thud Thursdaj of eich month, .it  7.30 p. in. G. J. Thorite, President. J. If. M.ithc-  bon, Secrotarj. ;   THE regular meetings of the Carpenters," Union  are held on   Wednc^daj- ovt-mng of ouch  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miner/ btiion hull cur*,  nor Victoria and  Kootenay bticets.   IJ.  J{ob_ia  son, President.   Jnmt* ColluiK, Secretary.     ,_-  BARBERS' UNION.���Ni'lsou l mon. No. 190. of"  (hd Iiiternntion.1.1 Jtuini<;\ men K.irbefS Union or Amtiici, mceU evpij iirst.ind third i.Ion-  il.iv of fsvcli month in Mmei �� Union Hall, corner  of Victoria and Kootenaj- strett-, at 8;��) Ji.ui.  hluup. Visiting brorht'it. corditillj united to  .ittend. J. II. M.����heson. President. V . 5-. Hel-  vlllo, Secrotarj'.  >U  LABORERS' UNION.���Nelson LaboieiV Protective Union. No, S12I. A. F. of U. meets m  Miners' Union Hall, nwllicist comer of Victi.ua  and Koqtrnn> stioets. on the thot and thiiil Monday of each month, .U S p.m. shai p. Visiting  members of tho Amoripan Federation cordially  invited to attend. John Mullen, Ptcsideu.fi,  Percy Sluikclloa, Secretary, THE TEIBUNE: NELSON, B. O, SAT URDAY APRIL 21  1900  Rubber Gloves  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  The proper thing for spring house-  cleaning and gardening  Furniture Polish  To make your Furniture look as good  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS'SUPPLIES  g  lflg  Now is the time to get a bargain in Clothing as we are  giving a liberal discount on  these goods for the next few  days iu order to make room  for spring' goods which are arriving daily  The Nelson Clothing House  217 219 Baker Street  Baster  Comes bat once a year  and Examine our  Novelties  specially-  selected for Easter Presents  , ^Sj.*j.^i*zsLi*j.*j.^j.^i*j.^. ���-a-S''-S,-S'-asvS,S,S>,S":>'-^  ^.^���c.^.^t-sr.af.c-^ st-sf.*?'-^      ���*���*- 0-0^s-*- *-*��� 0-0-0  Sif  ���iti  iki  $  iti  Call  Ui  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Ui  iti  iti  iti  Ui  Ui  We are Strong  Xti  iti  iti  xti  iti Wp TPp Stronff !" om 'lDlllf,3 to fin rush in all seasons, everj-worthy stjle  W , TY C (lie kJl/iuilg m every reliable aitiele that our customer's can abk for  \f/ dining the picsent Eabter ���season.  Hi  in the newest nnd best sdlcis for our customers-.���Belts,  Fnendship Heaits, Blouse Sets, Stciling No\cities, M.in  icmc Sets, Bmshts, Combs, .Sonicmr Spoons, Lamps, Vases, KneScts  Onj\ Tables, Unibrella Standi, Austnan Ait Goods, Pwnos, Sewing  ^Machines, Kiu\e=, I'oiks, Spoons, Pcml Handled L'"ish and Cake Sets,  C.ir\trb, etc. Also a full line of isatt-lic-v^nd jcwUrj, including all the  hit est up to d.ite styles, and precious stones.  xti  iti  Hi  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Ui  ��� bca-son after season, and j ear after jeai.  ���f-     ^*V��P   SfP   SfrntlO'  *n t,"c ''iondship. of om hundreds of customers who man-      "?'  \ii      *   C   al       fcJMVUg   if,.s(, their Iiiendship Jiid conlideiice by sUnding bj us      %��j  iti  Ui  Ui  iti  iti  it)    Wateh repairing' a specialty.  jk-    All work is guaranteed by  $        JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  '^���\-'S^-^-'��-St'-'S"^S'-^-^��S-^-^S '!f���g���g"lf^fl'^tf'g'g'^g"g^tf^^  ���)S-0'-'0-0-0-0-0'r0-0-0-0-0 ����"��:�����-.��:��� ^.��f<is ��������'<��, ���^.-ST-w  Yes we have made  .rather a  Big Hole  in our $12,000 Stock of Dry Goods  but we still have great   bargains tooifer   Goods  delayed  in transit are now arriving  and are marked at cost to clear.  NEW  LINES JUST OPENED  OUT  Or  White Check Muslins, regular 10c; reduced to 7c.  White Check Muslins, regular 15c; reduced to 10c.  See our Colored Dress Muslins now offered at 6c.  White Piques reduced to 15c, 20c and 25c  Crash Goods for Skirts at 10c and 15c  See our 50c and 75c Blouses.  -This  is  a  Genuine Clearing Sale as we are  going out of the Dry Goods line.  A. FERLAND & CO.  ELLIOT BLOCK, BAKER STREET.  ASK YOUR GROCJER FOR THE CELEBRATED  The Best that Money can Buy.  Miniiiaclmolln the B.-acUnan Ker JMillnifc Co . Ltd.  Victoria, Vancouver, Westminster, Edmonton, Itossland, r  TaKe no Other.  Ncl&on.  That Light is Poor  GAS FITTING OXJ& SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  1 Victoria Street, opposite Pootoffice.  STBAGHAN BROS.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  The California Wine Company is  unpiiukinK it carload of imported clmuipngiiOH,  port.s, Ktiurrlos anil lli|iicur><, wliich arrived !'. day  or .so atfo.   'J'ho shipment, is valued ut ��:t,S00.  Improvements are being made to  the Luke-view hotel in tho shape of an addition of  several rooms on the Hall street frontage.  The Nelson Saw <fc Planing  Mills  received one of tho finest, booms which overcame  into Nelson this week. It consisted of "OO.OO'i feet  of cedar, and was purchased from Proulx of  Lardo, being towed down by tbe tug Hercules,  captain Angus Campbell in charge.  J. Y. Griflin shipped a carload of  eggs to the Boundary country this week. Local  wholesalers are looking for a revival of business  in that district in the noar future.  The action of the city council in  making it imperative that citizens must connect  tlieir houses wi'h llio sowers where mains pass  the property has very materially stimulated the  demand for sewer pipe. il..). Evans & Co., who '  handle these goods extensively, aro sold oiitcom-  ���pletoly, but expect two ears containing 7000 feet  of pipe today together with a car of pressed brick  required at once for the improvements to the  Tremont hotel.  The gim clnb shoots ou the flats  this aftei noon and tho matter of arranging the  season's handicaps will be gone into. Withinan-  olhcr week or two at the most the marksmen  will be crowded off the flats by the rapidly rising  "��,'     water of the lake.  \W R.  Marpole,  C. P. SI. superinten-  ���__\'l dent for the province, is at the 1 totol Phair.   Mr.  .?��� Marpole came in last, night and will remain here  tiif until this evening, when he goes through to tho  "t" mainline.. ToaTwiiUNic reporter Mr. Marpole  \_U stated that he had conic to Nelson to consult with  W superintendent Troup on purely routine matters.  \li With regard to the changes at  the yards,'he  *?. stated that the work would be proceeded with  li/ upotiTcccipt of the working plans from the head  *T. oIHce, which might be expected at any time.  W Two cars of goods; refrigerators  if/ and miscellaneous, were delivered this week for,  . "Jf      the Lawrence Hardware Company. ,  W       The Rossland baseball team evi-  \|i dcntl)  despairs of over getting a better team  *jf than Nelson's out of home material, for they are  \_U now attempting to import a pitcher named Nefji-  "Jf gei, of Oregon City.   The new importation will  \Mf hfu e to be a crack-a-.iack if he hopes to skin either  "T. of I ho tw o Nelson pitchers, neither of whom wore  \��f imported.  ��L       Corporal J; A. Worley, who went  't' to Victoria in charge of tho seven Nelson militia-  \_\i men to report for duty with the Esquimalt gar-  "?. i ison, h.is written the local oflicers to state that  \_u the detachment icached ihcir destination "sober  .T. nnd fully diessed." At tho depot in Victoria the  \��i Nelson bojs ��cie met by ,i party of about twenty  _. aitillerymen who tendcicd them an enthusiastic  \��j vtckome. ThoNelsouites h.id spiuced up for the  occasion and coi porul Worlcj <-aj s they ci catcd  such .in excellent lmpiession that he was proud  to be in command.  The new proprietors of the Athabasca saloon are establishing a gi ill ioom m connection with then business. 'J ho tango and  other appliances, have been oideied.  The transfers  of mineral  claims  lf-oordcd jestciday weie as follows, AfiUo Ilyan  of Pup to Vrchic MoDoncII o�� Erie, one-half m-  tc t est m thu Thieba-w claim nt the liead of Hall  ciecK., C ll Aichibald of Yjnir, to J. XV. Uoss of  Yum, one thud interest in the Ci.uutc Kidgo  cliirn on the south foi k of! Iiddon creek: Charles  Kodcn of Hall Siding, to C. A. Hanna of PbpjuR,  one lull interest in the Last Chance claim, three  miles south Of Hall bidinir.  At the nexfc meeting of the   city  counul i petition signed by every iqsidqnt vull  be picsentcd icquestmg that Carbotiatostiuot be  gi adctl and th it a six-foot sidewalk be laid on the  south side fiom Josephine htioet east, '  The Pitts steam road roller builfc  by the Waleious lingino 'Works Company of  Biantfoid, Ontnuo, foi the city of Nelson was de  liveied hoi 13 csteiday and will be taken fiom tho  cat shoith. Theiollei with the rock ciuslung  appaiatns ,'hieh accompanies it took up an entire flat < .ii and weighed abouf'O tons. The out-  tit was shipped from Jiiantfoid twelve da)s ago.  Tho rolloi i compact, uiinca its own coal and  has- an aw ntng or canopy oicr Ihe engirjcci'.scab.  ���J Hillmoic of Vancouver w ill come to the city  to operate tho lOilcrfoi n. month, after which the  city take* over the plant if it pi o\es satisfactory.  The members of the Nelson -Sliiie  (onipinv line been invited to be j)icrcnt at a  bu.1! in K imloops under the auspices of the JCaui-  loOps comp my of the Kooky Mountain Hangers  on Apri' lllh  One  of  the   men   employed iu  blasting away the blutl at the coiner of Victoria  and Josephine sticets ^.as sduelc on the head by  a flying piece oi icek this morning and received  a scalp wound.  R. F. Macfarlaiio, superintendent  of llio Tamuac, fell donn a shaft yesteiday  afternoon while examining a pi oporh . He was  /jcriouslj 'nn t, und Di. KeJlar w,w *ent foi. The  exact n itiue of his injm ics is not know n as j et.  ��� The-~uice "between "tiie-steTuners"  Kokaiioo uid Internatioii.il lias created more  than oiduidi v interest among the ciows ol the  iespo< tn e eiafts and citizens who take an interest in ni\ u,alion matten>. The ciew- of the  Kokanee claim that thi-y heal tho International  so'indlj , asseilirtg Unit then eialt hud made her  landing at ! n e ?.lile and was backing out when  the Jnfeni ilional came up. On (be other hand  the Intel national men state tint they v, ere  ficighling4) tons of oio mid vcio Lliu-> heavily  !iapdietp[icd JioLh sle.imcis are fast boats and  well handled, ind ii brush under conditions �� hieh  would uial o the trial i-nlislactoiy to u'l paities  would beagieal nice.  Last night the clerk at the Iiotel  Hume dis< of tied t silk iimliiell.i blii/inj: vigorously in (he cloUc ioom. The unusual fealuie of  Die ni) ule.nl is that no one had been in lhe cloak  room loi Jull} half an hour prior to tho discoveiy  of the hii/oand usoi'igin Is npiofound mystery.  The firsfc bfifeebiill challenge of the  sca-iOn has boon issued The "Ulue J'ot" hnsgot  a nine wliuh it considers n woild beater, and  hi'ioby I'hallengos nny Nelson aggi'eg.itjoji to a  friendly gainoof baseball Io bupl.ivcd tomorrow,  Sunday, nflci noon.  St. Joseph's school will reopen on  MOIKhu .  City engineer McCuIloch was out  at thebiimmit fhiino josteiday. Ho reports that  fallen Limbpi has damaged it in two or thieo  lilaees. Astheic is .in amnio supply of water in  (ollonwood neck for all piuposcs, the fluine  supply has been cut oil until lepailscii'i bo made.  People who believe that the bluff  pail, should be improved complain t hat evorgicen  liecs flowing theie aid wont only destiojed. The  city aulhoiities should take steps to stop the cutting of UceS on the park. '  George T. Kano of Kaslo, was. in  Ntl��ou jestoidaj. Mr. Kane is an adinnei of the  polilu inn whoisal piesenlf{n\ciiimgl<iitish Columbia, and he ma} be the Al.utin candidate in  I lie Slocan.  W. F. Teetzel is in the Boundary  i-ountij on a business ti iii. His is the only turn  m the nilei 101 that handles cfeijtlung lequuud  bj as-ajeis.  '���Nelson Ls getting full value for  the money she is spending on the sticets this  \ oar," remarked a well known wist waid piop-  erty owner jeslculay. Vet aceoulmg to ihe  uewspapei oigaii of the pcddlois, major Jlouston  lidssMilled tho payiuils, with politicians instead  of woikeis.  Many people iu Nelson take pride  in their flower guidons, and some of those people  have just causa for extreme measures in protecting tlieir property,  Several casos wore reported  yesterday of gardens being despoiled of flowers  by night prowlers. The police havo been instructed to keep close watch, and if thoy succeed  in making arrests, the full penalty of tho law will  probably bo meted out to the worse than thieves.  Today the cheeks for the  March  payroll aro being distributed to Canadian Pacific  railroad and steamboat men.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  At the Phair.���O. XV. Hughes, Alamo: T. M.  tiibsou, Kaslo: T. It. Klla, Vancouver; C. T.  Cross, Silverton: James V. Welch, Seven-mile  Point; Archibald McDougall, Ymir, T. .1. Len-  driim. Nelson; W. II. Sandiford, New Deliver; J.  A. Young, W. E. Davidson, Toronto; IJ. Marpole.  A. V. Arinstcad, Mrs. McKarland,Mrs.Sniithson,  Vancouver.  AT tiik IIumk.���John Sawor, Toronto; AV. J.  Triiin: li. N. Twecrson, Vancouver; ti. W. Law-  son, Toronto; .1. J. Soulhcoatt. Victoria; Tr.i.sp  ltolchcr, H. A. .lansen, Vancouver; W. M. Waul,  Itossland; KobcrtK. JCix, Spokane.  At tiik Wavkiii.kv.���Sam itoyd. Grand Forks;  1). K Mcl'hail, Vernon.  At Tin! Mapdk.v.���John Hull, Slocan City; A.  Campbell, Grand Forke; P. G. Morrison City.  AT tiik CJuani) Ck.ntiiai..���('. Ward. Ymir; E.  .1. Miller. Kossland; S. Smith. Itossland; I''. Campbell. Molly Gibson mine; H. MeKiniion, Molly  Gibson mine; K. I'\ Brady. Kingston, Ontario;  Allan Harcourt, Kossland; F. Stcinborg, Chatta-  noga, Tennessee; M. V. Wiles, Krand Forks;  Donald McCiilluin, Toronto, Ontario; Kobort  Wiles, Toronto.  AT tiik Quekn's.���J. T. Beauchcsnc. T. Like,  .lames Cross, Slocan City; Mrs. ,1. K. Clark, Miss  I'ayetto. Florence Clark, Spokann; Mrs. Leiser,  Mrs. Quinlivun, Greenwood; .1. Wigginston, New  Denver; J. W. Kickers, Kaslo.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Five Dollars Reward���Lost English setter "Flo." black and while bitch, tan.,  marking over eyes.    Communicate with owner"  .1. M. Lay, Victoria street.  Wanted���Situation as stenographer by young lady having experience. Address  L. W., Tribune ollice.  For Sale���Lady's bicycle, Garden  City make, in good order, having been used biit  one summer.   Apply Bicycle, Tribune oflice.  Wanted ��� Trustworthy,       good  worker wants situation as chambermaid or  housekeeper.   Address 'A, Tribune ollice.  Situation Wanted by good waist  hand.   Address K, Tribune ofllce.  Wanted���Lady cook.   Apply to  W. H. Moore, 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,  Turner-Boeckh block.  To   the Ladies of   Nelson���You  are cordially invited to attend tho Spring Millinery Opening at Madame Enfield's parlors, in  the Hall block, on Thursday, April 12th. and tho  following ten days. Over Brown's clothing store,  Baker street. Nelson, British Columbia.  To Let���Rooms furnished or unfurnished. Apply four doors above tho city hall,  Victoria street.  Spot cash paid for second-hand  goods of all kinds at the Nelson Bazaar, Malone  & Tregillus block..  Houses furnished with new and  second-hand furnitiire.-or mixed newond secondhand furniture, on the installment plan, by tho  Nelson Bazaar, Malone & Tregillus block.  Hack   calls   left at the Bodega  Saloon.   Telephone 171.  Man going to Cape Nome has consigned ail ins household furnituio to Niekerson,  Baker street, opposite Qiifen's hotel. Cull and  havo a look. Blankets, s,hcets, table cloths, pillows, and everything you want. Goods must bo  sold at once  CIGAK MAKERS' UNION meets 1st Tuesday  in e\ cry month m the W. V. M. hall.    Excc-  utno boaid meets every Satin day.  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS  &  CO.  HARDWARE  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill, Steam and  Suction  Hose.  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 Powdor.'and Metropolitan Fuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  &V" 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 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  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.  FRED J. SQUIRK, Manager.  SEALED TENDERS.  Refrigerators  Prices from $10 to $30  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. 0.,  consisting of Dry Goods, Groceries,  and Hardware, will be received by  the undersigned assignee, until 12  o'clock noon, on Wednesday, the  2Gth day of April, instant.  The highest or any tender not  necessarily accepted.  RALPH SMAILES, A&signee.  Dated at Greenwood, 13. C, this  5th day of April, 1900.  GET YOUR  CHANDELIERS  WIRED FOR  Electric Gas Lighters  NO MATCHKS KtfOUiRED, ALWAYS READY  Electric Supplies  Kooteijay Electric Snppiy &  Construction Go.  JOSKPHIXE STREET NELSON  THE  WESTERN  MERCANTILE COMPANY,  Limited.  FANCY AND STAPLE GROCERIES  BAKER STREET, NELSON  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 17C.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Telephone 1(51.  D. Jr. P'ony & Company's Seeds.  Eies-h Eri?s Received Daily  John /\. Irvii)g & Co.  Now i^f the Time  to replace that  Shabby Awning*  ^-...._-..���..- _  >.  '  Place your order with  THEO.   MADSON  Tents,  Awnings,  and  all kinds of Canvas Goods'  Manufactured to Order  .  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  -^^^^^^^^S ^00^S> ��� fi*^fi^ - 0*^0*' ��� 0*- 0*' 0*- ** - **>> ^j^'^^->^-<^-^-^k'>^'^>.'^,'x*w'>*.-,^**��k'^*''^K*,*K',^v*S,^r  or ' ' if  G-lassware  ffX  9\  m  9X  9\  9X  9}  m  9X  9X  9\  9\  m  We must move from our present premises  ���-with-i-n- 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-  <n  m  fix  m  m  die of last we  have disposed  stock at fair  per cent will  k, and in three days we  of nearly 75 per cent of our  s, and the remaining 25  o this week at any price.  ' Vfct *����*�� *f^ ��� <%����, ��� ^ ��� ^* ���%����,��� ^k, ��� *����  i 0*. 0*. 0* �� 0* . 0* . 00. fit. 0.  __B__tm__p M^lfeuii 2m^^* Ss^fet^^ %rp��^ - C^ttMkfV^Mk >a^  ��� ��r* 55�� ��?��� ^S- ^���v-'s ��� v  s\  ���v'-E-.'fSi-ttj.

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