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 1  ,'-/*:';->_Vl  DAILY  EDITION   BY   MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR,  NELSON:  TUESDAY-'MORNING, MAY 1 J 900.  PRICE FIVE CENTS  in  I  Id  WILL TEST COST OF WORK  City Council Meeting.  There wore two absentees at the  meeting of the oity council last  evening���alderman McKillop and  alderman "Wilson. The conllict between the mayor and certain members of the council came up, but  this time ifc took the form of a  notice of intention to pass a bylaw  defining the duties of the members  of the council, and was disposed of  without comment.  Alderman Irvine, chairman, presented the report of the public  works committee recommending (1)  'that a pipe sewer be laid on Willow  street from Water street, to connect with C. Jisczkowicz's premises ;  (2) that the sideAvalk on the west  .side ofe Stanley street be extended  from Richards to Delbruck street;  (3),that 4700 feet of lap welded  steel pipe be purchased for water  mains; (-1) that Hendryx street,  from Silica to Mill streot. be made  passable for teams and that a six-  foot sidewalk be laid on Hendryx  street between the said streets; (5)  that the city bear the extra expense  of connecting Thorpe & Company's  premises with the Cedar street  sewer: (0) that an eight-foot sidewalk be laid on the east side of  Ward street, from Victoria to Silica  street, and that a. crossing be laid  ou' the east side of Ward street intersection of Silica street.  Tlio first three clauses of the re.  port were adopted without debate-  Upon clause four, however, there  was some discussion as to the  policy of the council with respect  (o the carrying out of street im-  piovements.  Mayor Houston called tho attention of the council to the petition  sent in for the grading of Carbonate street from Hendryx to Hull  .stieet.. Uis impression was that  llie petitioners weie moro anxious  J or this work than they were for a  sidewalk from Silica to Carbonate  on Hendryx."  Dr. Arthur expressed the opinion  that there should bo an expression  of opinion upon the question of bor-  i owing money for street improvements. Alderman J rvine expressed  Lhe opiuion that it would be absolutely necessary for the council to  ii-iv for $2.'),000 or some such sum to  be agreed upou. The opinion was  that Bakor stieet should bo macadamized, but the council could not  do the work with the money that  would be available from the cur-  icnfc revenue.  Alderman Arthur again put himself on record that the council  should not borrow any money for  M rcet{ improvements.  Alderman Hall agreed with tin*-,  in the main, but, he thought the  council would ha justified iu bor-  iowing money for the paving of  <ho six blocks already decided upon.  This would not require the amount  -mentioned- by Alderman Irvine, as  t he engineer had estimated the cost  at #2000 per block. Alderman Mor-  ih-ou took the giound that the  council should borrow money -for  ���street improvements of a permanent nature. If the council did this  the city would be as far ahead in  live years. Alderman Arthur had  some doubt as to whether the ratepayers would vote any money for  street improvements. Alderman  Irvine was, sure that the amount  - necessary for Baker street could be  secured. ,   ��� -   ;'  The elau.se of the report was-fin-  " ally adopted and the balance of the  leporfcweut through without debate. ,   - _     ' *     ', .       , .  -      ".   -  AVhen'tho report of the finance  committee was called for alderman  Arthur directed attention ��� to the  fact that certain rock' drillers .were  ou the payroll at the rate "of $3.25  per day. He ,sauL it ��� was the first  Time he ever heard of rock drillers  . i eceiving $3.25 per day.  Mayor Houston said ifc was a matter ' for the consideration of the  council.' ~ If the corporation got  good workmen it should be willing  to pay good wages.  Alderman Arthur asked what  was paid for, rock-drillers on railway work.  Mayor lions bou replied' that the  men employed by the city wero not  railway drillers.  Alderman Arthur's retort was  that the rock drillers were uo  better.  Mayor Houston said the view expressed by alderman Arthur was  merely a matter of opinion. His  opinion was that the city never  had better workmen. With this  the matter ended.  A batch of comiminicatioiis wero  received and referred to the respective committees. E. J. Curran and  others' communication re the open-  iug of the alleyway in block 10,  went to the public works committee. The same disposition was made  of the communication of C. D. Ogilvie, J. Bradshaw and others, for  water connection, as well as that of  W. J. Goepel for the opening of  certain streets.  L. Pogue was given permission .to  remove a small building to Vernon  street provided he does not infringe  the provisions of the fire limits bylaw.  William West, who was injured  by a flying piece of rock, wrote to  the council that he would not hold  the city for auy damages jJi'ovided  he was reinstated in the porpora-  tion service. His request was complied with.  Mayor Houston .called the attention of the council to the desirability of postponing the date of the  court of revision. He said this  would be necessary owing to the  haste with, which the assessment  roll had been prepared. It was decided to hold the revision on Monday, June 4th, at 10 o'clock in the  forenoon.  Dr. Hall gave notice that at the  next meeting of the council he  would introduce a bylaw for regulating the meetings of the council  and .for the general conduct of  business, and all other proceedings  at its meetings, and at meetings of  committees; and for defining by  what members of the committees  the powers of the body corporate  may be exercised.  The city engineer was instructed  to prepare specifications for stone  street crossings, specifications to  state that the surface of such crossings shall bo hanmier dressed, and  that tenders i'or such crossings be  called for to be in by 8 o'clock on  May 7th.  The mayor and city clerk were  authorized to sign a contract for au  additional 1500 feofc, more or less, of  curb, with Shackleton & Laidlaw at  $1.10 per foot.  Alderman Arthur moved, seconded  by alderman Irvine, that the council call for tenders for macadamizing  the five blocks on Baker street and  that tenders for the same be in by  Monday, May 14th.  Mayor Houston remarked that  the council had already decided to  do the work by day's? labor. This  statement was borne out by the  recollections Of aldermen Morrison,  Hull ancl Irvine, but alderman  Arthur had no such recollection  and he went on record as being in  favor.of having the work clone by  contract.  Slay or Houston said that he had  not changed his opinion that tbe  work could be done to advantage  by day's labor. His opinion was  that the block at present under way  would cost; about $2500.  Alderman Irvine remarked that  the city engineer's estimate was  $1000, and the eugineer informed  him that it would come within the  estimate.   ' FRANK FLETCHER SELECTED  As a Conservative Candidate.  Frank Fletcher, C. P. R. land  ageufc at Nelson, will carry the banner of the Conservative party in  this riding at the forthcoming provincial election. This decision was  arrived at last �� night, when... the-  Conservatives met in Fraternity  hall for the purpose of choosing a  candidate. Mr. Fletcher, who is  vice-president of the Conservative  Association, Occupied the chair in  the absence, of Fred Irvine, the president, and on assuming the chair  urged those present to gather about  the front of the hall. Between 35  and 40 persons were present.   "    -  Before the convention got down  to business secretary Brydges passed  through the hall with the membership roll of the Conservation association. All present who had~ not  already signed the roll were re--  quested to append their names or  retire from the apartment. Fiptfor  six gentlemen immediately J/jlgft.  Chairman Fletcher asked thatrtine  door be shut, and then asked if"; ft  was the will of the meeting that  the representative of The Tribune,  who had taken a seat at .the-.press  table, should be permittedI to reiriain  and report the proceedings. W. A.  Macdonald moved: That as The  Tribune is opposed to the Conservative party in this campaign,-: its  representative be. asked to retire  from the meeting. The resolution  was seconded, carried and immediately acted upon. A Miner reporter  present signed the membership roll  ancl was not interfered with.  The convention then proceeded  ancl a number of those present discussed the issues and prospects of  the campaign. A ballot to ascertain the feeling of the meeting resulted in the selection of several  gentlemen, among them being Mr.  Fletcher. The remaining nominees  retired from the field, leaving Mr.  Fletcher, who accepted the nomination and conveyed his thanks to  the convention. His candidature  was made unanimous, after which  tho gathering dispersed.  were published, and that lord Roberts declined to accept it.  The war specials today consist of  detached scraps of news, the favorite introduction o��**-the military  commentators and e fcoriai writers  being that as only ��.-.ht news has  been wired, something is probably  about to happen.  The Daily Chronicle's expert says  that before a solid victory is to be  attained the British must have different leadership from what has  been displayed;'in the Dewetsdorp  operations.  NEWS FROMf ICTORIA CITY  Politics on the Island.  Victoria, April 30.���Captain  William Mercer,: formerly of the  steamer* Da'nube, has beeii appointed  pilot in Nanaiuiodistrict.  The resident (farmers of Esquimalt district held' a convention on  Friday to select their candidates for  the legislature. It* is expected that  there will be six in'the field. Fraser  and Mills, Pooleyj Hayward, Higgins and Walleyjwill^lpi in North  Victoria. J.,. J^'" White; announces  himself in opposition,iuy South Victoria, and supporting the -..government programuie, while in Co w-  ichan William'Herd is expected to  receive the government nomination.  Letters-from?Pawsdn-t'oday estimate the cleanup of Sulphur and  Gold Run creeks at $3,000,000, and  the total ���w'ashtvp for -the entire  Klondike district at $18,000,000 approximately.-i  -;\  April produced fifteen fires in  Victoria with a loss of a thousand  dollars, but 12 of' the 15 were incendiary, half a dozen being apparent attempts to destroy Chinatown.  Mayor Houston replied that the  present position showed the disadvantage of the present system.  The city-engineer kept no data of  work performed..by the city by  days labor.  Alderman Hall agreed that such  data should be kept.     '      .';   ���  Mayor, Houston, continuing, said,  that the first council had proper  blanks prepared for tho keeping of  such data, and had tho system been  put into effect there would remain'  no reason for the city council" not  being able to know exactly what  every piece of -work performed by  day's labor had cost. ' The result of  the present lack of system wasthat.  although the eity had'.carried on  several pieces of work by day's labor  there was no data as to its cost.  ..Alderman Morrison thought that'  a.start should be made "at, -keeping  data upon the-block at present in  hand. . '     .'  '  Mayor Houston replied-,that even  this would be difficult now as there  was a great-deal of - preliminary  work to be included. . The loose  system should be remedied as  speedily as possible however, as  owing to the absence of data, estimates furnished by the eity engineer as to the cost of work were  merely guesswork.  The motion of alderman Arthur  was withdrawn for the present  after which the council adjourned.  Will Complete Uganda Kailway.  London, April 30.���The house of  commons today adopted by 185  votes to 40 votes, a note of ��193,-  000 for the completion of the  Uganda railway. Upwards of  ��3,000,000 has already been expended on this line.  BOERS SHOW MUCH ACTIVITY  Horse Sickness Breaks Out.  London, May 1.���5 a.m.���The  Boers are now showing uncommon  activity west of Bloemfontein.  They are in force between Fourteen Streams and Kimberley. On  Sunday they occupied Windsorton,  west of the railway, and now  threaten to interrupt the communications of the British force at  Warrington, to the north. This,  too at the time when general  Hunter is about to start on a 200-  mile march to Mafeking with 500J3  men.  To the east of Bloemfontein the  Boers, on Sunday night, were sti'l  holding the hills near Thaba Nehu,  while behind them long wagon  trains, loaded with wheat for the  Boer army in the north, are moving  through Ladybrand, The British  captured one Boer convoy on Saturday, but its size is not mentioned  iu the dispatch which, barely announces the fact.  Wepener, lately the scone ��� of incessant fighting, is deserted. General Brabant and colonel Dalgety  have moved north.  - According to information' from  Maseru, the,main body of the Boers  readied Keeuw river, west of Ladybrand, dn Sunday, small, parties  trailing behind at intervals of ten  miles, to protect the rear and whip  up the herds.     .  . Slight outpost actions take place  daily beyond Karee Siding, where  the head of the British invasion-is  cantoned. .  African horse sickness has broken  out in general Buller's army. It  proves fatal among freshly? arrived  animals. The Bloemfontein correspondent points out, that the deficiencies in the veterinary department cause thousands of losses.  General Lucas, Meyer's reply to  general Buller's complaint fchat some  of the British prisoners aTe lodged  in. the town jail says that only  those are so treated who tried, or  are suspected of trying, to escape.  He retorts that Boer prisoners are  confined in the town jail at Pieter-  niaritzburg with natives.  The morning papers give special  prominence to the statement of a  news agency that sir lledvers Buller  sent ia his resignation to lord Roberts after the Spion Kop censures  Explosion Felt in Dublin.  London, April 30.���Reports come  from Dublin of considerable un-  easiness^in the circles with which  Nolan, Walsh anflJRowaii, the thi ee  men arrested in Canada in connection with the blowing up of a lock  of tho Welland canal near Thorold,  .Ontario on the evening of April  21sfc, are alleged to be connected,  and the authoi ities anticipate some  hasty departures from the eity. It  is 'said that John Nolan had previously been arrested for complicity  in the Exchange court explosion  near Dublin castle, Nolan, Walsh,  Rowan and John Merna sailed for  Philadelphia in November, and ifc is  now suggested that Merna has been  "removed by his comrades." It is  further alleged that if Nolan and  the others aro convicted light will  be thrown on several noted crimes.  OCCUPY STRONG POSITIONS  South African News.  London, April 30.-2:30 p.m.���  The latest news received here from  the Orange Free State indicates  that, though the Boers havo evacuated Thaba Nehu, they have done  so to occupy stronger positions.  General Dewet on April 29th made  an effort to turn general French's  eastern flank and was foiled by the  cavalry, only after vigorous manoeuvring. The Boers hold the- ridges  to the eastward, whence they will  probably fall back when the pressure of superior numbers increases.  The British casualties sustained  during the Thaba Nehu fighting  were slight.'  General French's object, now that  all chance of catching the main  bodies of the burghers has disappeared, is to harrass the Boers  and prevent any well-organized retreat.  From Beira, Portuguese East  Africa, under date of April 23rd,  comes the news of the arrival there  of a Canadian 12-pounder battery.  It is added that general Carrington,  who is to command the British  troops going to Rhodesia, ,has been  cordially welcomed by the Portuguese officials and that he has, reviewed the Portuguese troops.  Cape Town reports that Dr.  Jameson has recovered from the  severe attack of fever from which  he has been suffering, and he is  mentioned as a candidate for one  of the seats in the Cape parliament,  representing Kimberley,-in succession to Dr. Frederick Rutherford  Harris.  The agent of Jules Weil of Mafeking wrote under date of April 21st  most cheeifully, saying everything  was satisfactory. He added that  the Boer guns were "firing heavily  into the town, and that the determined attack had been repulsed  without casualties on the British  side. r ���  The continuous ravages of the  war are shown by a Cape Town dis-  jiateh dated today, briefly announcing the arrival from Natal-of 25  oflicers and 252 men invalided home  and the sailing of the Aurouie for  England with 400 sick aud wounded  soldiers.  Endeavors are being made to  remedy the remount question, a  Simla dispatch announcing that 500  experienced native hor*��e keepers,  150 shoesmiths and 50 veterinary  officers have been drawn from India  for service iu South Africa.  From 'Chicago to -Liverpool.  Chicago, April 30.���Steamers  from Chicago to Liverpool are likely  to be run before the close of navigation. The boats will carry 75,000  bushels of grain on a 14 foot  draught. -The rate- at present -is  ISA cents a bushel.' Ifc is proposed  to fit out steamers to carry dressed  beef. There is said to be a profit of  $15,000 in making, the trip from  Chicago'to Liverpool in 20 days. Ifc  is also proposed ,to run a lino of  steamers between Chicago and Montreal, where cargoes, can be .'unloaded and the long trip across tho  Atlantic saved to the lake ships.  Tho through service has been under  discussion for several years, and it  is nearer" a consummation now than  over before.?'        -���     .'."'"  Telegrams of Sympathy.' ,  " Ottawa, April -30-���[Special- to  The Tribune].���Premier Martin  telegraphed today' from .Sandon,  sympathizing with the' sufferers  from the fire and promising to send  aid.' Laurier received a cable from  premier Seddon of New Zealand, expending sympathy, and A.-JJ. Pro-  vand, M, "P., Glasgow, Scotland,,  telegraphed Laurier today from  Washington; sending $100 for the  sufferers,      - .  Will be no Referendum.  Kaslo,   April    30.���[Special  to  The Tribune.]���The principle of the  referendum will not* be applied to  the eight-hour law. Premier Martin hinted as much at his meeting  here. He made the distinct announcement afc Sandon. The premier thinks the raining trouble is  now a thing of the past, and thsit  the eight-hour law i.s practically a  dead issue.  Interesting: Developments Ahead.  Thaba Naiir, April 28.���The adjacent country is now clear, the  Boers have retired towards Ladybrand. There are interesting developments ahead.  B. C. Free From Smallpox.  Vi'J'OitiA, April 30.���Dr. Fagan,  sccietary of the piovinciai boaid of  health, is this morning sending out  a clean bill of health to all parts* of  the piovince. lie states that the  province is now completely free  fiom smallpox. There have been  eleven cases afc five different points,  but no deaths.-The"Doi_iuio_-gov-**  eminent y*. ill be asked to institute  quaiantinc regulations along the  American boundary, as the precautions through Washington and Idaho against smallpox aro most lax.  Winnipeg mail will' also be- disinfected,        ' -,   ,   .'     , ;  Botha's Good Generalship. ; ~  - London, April '30.-���The liloent-  fontcin correspondent of tho Times,  under Saturday's date, describing  general" Botha's ��� good generalship  which enabled-tho] Boors to evade  the intended cordon, sayst' General  Botha arrived afc Dewetsdorp and-  immediately detached a-commando  to oppose general French's-cavalry  We appear .to be forestalled- by  .Botha by just twenty-four hours-  According to, the latest reports  from Thabanehu, tho enemy are  still  withdrawing  tlieir guns  and  wagons.       _;   - -  Big Yukon Tunnel.  Tacoma, April 30.-���The Chilcopt  Tunnel Company, composed of capitalists of British Columbia and this  state, purpose spending $3,000,000  in developing another line of Yukon  transportation. The company purposes first to bore a tunnel 3800  feet long through Chilcoot' pass  mountain. A broad guago electric  railway will be constructed through  the tunnel from Byea to Lake  Bennett.    Turkey Will Settle.  London, May l.--The Constantinople correspondent of the Times  says ; "The porle has issued a circular formulating proposals to the  embassy for increasing the customs'  duties." The Constantinople correspondent of the Standard says:  "Jfc is just tolerably certain that a  settlement with the United States  is not far distant since not only is  Turkey averse to seeing a precedent established for making a naval  demonstration, but several powers  are disquieted over the active interference of the United States,  wliich introduces a new element  into the eastern question and offers  an example which might be followed  by Great Britain."  VERY BIG RAILROAD STRIKE  It Seems Inevitable.  New York, April 30.���Commissioner Francis Deleganty of the  state board of mediation arrived in  this city from Buffalo this:morning  to confer with superintendent  Wyatfc of the New York Central  railroad, in the hope of preventing  a general strike on the Central system.   He is reported to have said:  "The situation is extremely serious. The only hope I have of a  general strike being avoided is the  making of concessions by the officials of the Central. Unless they  meet the demands of the men, there  will be a general strike. I can say  nothing further until I have seen  superintendentWyatfc."  All of the employees of the New  York Central were reticent. Many  of them declared that they had. no  grievances and that the conductors  and trainmen were' not regularly  organized, their organization having  been broken up by the big strike on  the Central system.  Tonight about 1000 freight handlers employed in the railway freight  houses on the roads entering Buffalo, other than the Lake Shore, decided to strike for increased wages  and shorter hours.  Two hundred men employed in  the yards of the New York Lake  Shore and Western Railway repair  works also struck tonight.  1 Buffalo, April 30.���With the  ultimatum that was to have been  given today deferred, the status of  the strike of car repairers of the  New York Central railroad is unchanged tonight, excepting so far as  the action of president Callaway is  concerned in deciding that superintendent Waite of the motive  power department shall meet in  conference the members of the executive committee has tended to  create a belief among the strikers  that the company is disposed to  pursue a conciliatory policy. Tho  strike leaders declare they would  make no concessions.  B.C. SYNOD CONVENES TODAY  Outline of the Program.  The synod of British Columbia  convenes in Sfc. Paul's Presbyterian  church tomorrow morning at 10  o'clock. This body is the most important organization in the Presbyterian church of the west, its jurisdiction extending from Vancouver  Island on the west to Medicine Hat  on the east, and as far north as  Edmonton. It receives and deals  with reports from the various  charges in the jurisdiction and all  general business of the church.  At 10 o'clock tomorrow morning  Rev. D. G. McQueen of Edmonton"  preaches the opening sermon.  Thirty-five clergymen and laymen  are expected to be in attendance  aud the public is invited to be pre?  sent.  The convention ivill conclude its  deliberations on Friday. On Wednesday and Thursday nights open  services will be held to which the  public will, be cordial! y .welcomed.  The program includes addresses by  Rev's Herdman of Calgary, Gandier  of Rossland and McLaren of, Vancouver. The choir will render  special music at the public services.  Dr. Robertson, superintendent of  Presbyterian missions iii Canada is  expected to attend the synod.  On Wednesday afternoon Mrs.  judge Forin will give an at home  at her residence in honor of tho  synod to which citizens desirous of.  meeting the visiting clergymen will  be welcomed. a  EMPIRE  LEAGUE  BANQUET  PLACUE OF WOMEN A TERROR  Famous Surgeon's Dictum.  Nnw Youk, April 30.���-Frederick  Tioves, ft famous surgeon, who has  just returned from the war, was  entertained, together with sir William McCormack, afc a_bariquefc_of-  the Reform club Saturday night  presided ovor by lord Rosebery, says  a London cable. Mr. Treves took  occasion to administer a stinging  rebuke to the "smaifc" women suffering from "khaki fever," who have  gone as alleged nurses to the front.  He said: - ���    ,-  J'So far as the sick are concerned,  fherp are only two plagues in South  Africa���the plague of flies and the  plague of women. ''The flies we  get rid of .by horsewhips and other  appliances, and .the flies at least  depart afc .night." But tho women  are absolutely aud really a'terror.  They came, out in the guise of  amateur nurses, after "having- exhausted'every other form of excitement. 'Considering that we are engaged in a war, thc-number of well-  dressed ladies at* Cape Town and  elsewhere giving picnics', is a blot  on the campaign." _        '   *  .  This onslaught on the fad" of society electrified the audience and is  certain to provoke .bitter recriminations.      ���  Opening of Navigation.  Albany, April 30.���The opening  of navigation on the Champlain  canal has been delayed by a leak  which has been discovered about  some new work in the vicinity of  Waterford. The repairs probably  will be completed iu time for the  opening of tho canal to navigation  on Thursday noon.  News  from  Ladysmith.  LAnvs.umr, April 30.���The country north of -Sunday river is comparatively clear of Boers. General  Louis Botha has returned to Pretoria to resume the supreme command of the Transvaal forces.  ���  Services of the Colonies.  London, April 30.���The banquet  given afc tho Hotel Cecil in London  this evening by the BritiHh Empire  League of the Australian federation  brought together a biilliantgather-  ing.   The duke of Devonshire, lord  president of   the council  of ministers, presided, flanked rby the prince  of Wales, duke of York, duke of  York, duke of Cambridge,  duke, of  Fife, marquis of  Salisbury,   Hon.  Joseph Chamberlain, lord Wolseley,  lord Strathcona and Mount Royal,  former colonel Denison, president of  the Canadian league, and lord Lansdowue, the company included some  25 others.  In proposing the health of tho T  queen, the duke of Devonshise' remarked that; her majesty's recent  visit to London and Dublin had  made clear to every one the loyalty  felt for her in all parts of her dominions, Ife was. confident that if  tho queen could visit the colonies  she would receive there a welcome  even more enthusiastic.  ��� Loid-Salisbury, proposing "Tire-"  Imperial Forces," paid a tribute to  the disinterestedn('->s of tho colonies  in sending troops whose splendid  qualities and courage had formed a  magnificent spectacle . that had  taken not only fche empire but tlio  whole world by surprise.  '���The services they have rendered  in the field," said the premier," are  splendid, unexampled, and they are  surpassed by the further service of  having drawn fclu�� empire together.  Not' only have they helped in  what'' ��� l> _ trust is a conquering .campaign, bub they have  also given us moral support which  in the present' state of opinion in  some parts of the world \ is of no  small consequence. After what the  colonies havc,done"it is realized that  Great'Britain is a ;more important .  nation than-before. Her character  is more- respected and her wishes-  are more regarded."       ,    - .  ,  Swindler Miller-Gets Ten Years.  -Nkw Ybh_i April 30.--W. F.  "Miller,, manager of ��� the 'Franklin  syndicate, who was" recently'convicted' of larceny, was sentenced  today by judge Kurd iu Brooklyn  to serve ten years imprisonment.  Motions for a new trial aiul stay of  proceedings were denied.  New Zealanders Fine Fighters.  Aliwal Nouth, April 30.���Six  New Zealanders, while scouting,  fought six Boers, killing three and  wounding three. One New Zea-  Iander was wounded. The inhabi-  of Rouxville do not know to which'  government they belong, as there  is no eivil administration there.  y\  Patriotic Fund Increases.  Ottawa, April 30.���The patriotic  fund to date amounts to $253,705.7 THE TEIBUNE:  NELSON B. 0 TUESDAY, MAY 1  1900  New Shirt Waists =  A third lot of these goods, which arrived a few days ago, now ready  for your' inspection. No need to say that the styles are the very latest.  You may see that for yourself.    When you come note these :  Striped   Percale Shirt Waists, good wash colors, @ $1.00  Plain   and   Striped  Shirt Waists,  white pique and   muslin  yokes,  @ $1.25 and $1.50 each  Plain   and   Striped   Shirt Waists, embroidery yokes, �� $1.75 each  Mercerized Muslin  Blouses, @ $3.00  White Muslin Blouses @ $1.50, $2.25 and up to $4.50 each  Kerr & Co.  Agents for standard Patterns.      Madden Block, Baker Street  Clothing' Sale  Here are some very special attractions offered for  today's traders at our store  Great Suit Sale at especially low prices.  Nobby All-wool Suits    Elegant Black and Blue Serge Suits  Black Clay Worsted Suits  New things in Shirts New things  in Ties  New thiugs in Hats New things in Underwear  Small Profit Prices  bably participate in the direct advance. The transport of the Sixth  division will be utilized to provide  for the mounted infantry, but the  transport of the Third division will  supply its place. There are rumors  that the advance will be made in  many columns, but I do not anticipate much sub-division."  Will be Better This Month.  As near as can be estimated  Moyie's payroll for the month of  March was $15,000. The Sfc. Eugene  Consolidated Mining Company paid  out $12,000 for wages alone and the  $3000 is easily made up from the  payrolls of Park, Mitchel & Co., M.  Sheady's contracting outfit, and  other smaller payrolls about town.  The payroll for April promises to  be a third larger than that of  March, as a good number of men  employed by the St. Eugene did  not get in a full month.  1-HJDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  BROWN   &    CO.   Hall Block, 296 Baker St.  Headquarters for Portland Cement, Fire Bricks,  Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]  B. P. BITHBT & CO., Ltd., Victoria  -Special quotations given for carload lots  A. 11. GRAY, p. O. box 521, Nelson, B. C.  Kootonay Agent  Our skirts are above the ordinary kinds. They have  been made to our order and possess a superiority of style,  workmanship and finish not usually found in ready-made  skirts.    That's why so many ladies buy skirts from us.  White Pique Skirts, $1.25, $1.50, $1.75, $2, $2.50, $3,  $3.75, and $4.    See our $3 Skirt.  Linen Crash Skirts, -$1.25, $i.'75,-$2.25, $3, $3.50 $4.25,*  and- $5. ' Our .leader at $4. '   '  White and Fancy Duck Skirts/$1.50, $2,Jand $3.' See  them.  are  Come to see or buy.    Makes  welcome in either case.  no difference with us, you  fl\art\r) O'Reilly 0 Qo.  - ��� Houston Block,  Baker Street,  Nelson.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Our Leaden  le Ladies9   ���  KSd Gloves  Garry at $i02_��  Beaver at $-025  CCC at $iio75  Cannot be beaten  The best values that money can  buy.  Hudson's Bay Stores  TELEPHONE 13v      > i       .   At a meeting of'the local Conservatives* last evening Frank Fletcher  was nominated as tiie Conservative  r  candidate to contest the approaching provincial election in the Nelson  riding.    It is needless to say that  the nominee of the local  Conservatives is well known.     He  has been  "connected with the Canadian"Paei~  fie Railway Company in Nclaon foi-  soveral years,  and  is sLill  in   the  company's pevvlee,   lie has been a  candidate for the suffrages-- of the  people of Nolson on four different  occasions.    Following the incorporation of Nelson he was  elected as  an alderman  in   the  fii_L  eouncih  In the following year he again  offered as a candidate but  was defeated.       Tlio     third     municipal  campaign     found     JSlr. *   Kletchor  in the held as a candidate  foi   alderman, in which  contest he was  successful.     When   the   municipal.  elections   came, round   again   Mr.  Fletcher offered himself for the  office of chief magistrate, but was defeated, by mayor   Houston.     Just  what platform    the   Conservative  candidate   will   make tho  contest  upon has not yet been determined,  but   from  the  complexion  of the  convention which  nominated him  it may be gathered that he will  ' run as what is known as a Wilsou  Conservative.    Candidate  Fletcher  is a man of ability and will doubtless make as  creditable a  race  as  any candidate whom  the  con volition  which nominated   him  could  name.  Tub Mackintosh push in Rossland riding are about to throw up  the sponge, for they know that  their man is beaten before the  light has fairly commenced. Their  candidate was not a strong  man  before he was nominated, and a  mere nomination cannot make a  weak man strong. Mackintosh had  occupied high official positions as ji  Conservative; but before he accepted a nomination he repudiated  his party by saying that if elected  he would not stand out for a party-  line government. The men behind  him showed their weakness by hi-  "sis tin g~on���liom inat in g" ~li ~ ca nd Idate  on a party-Hue platform, when the  candidate lepudiated both the  party aud the party's platform. If  tho electors of Rossland who are  opposed to Martin will assert their  right to frame a platform and  nominate a candidate who will  stand on it, they will defeat Martin's candidate with case; but if  they allow things to drift along as  they *- aro drifting, Rossland will  havc for a representative in the  next assembly one who will bo one  of so small a minority as to bo  wholly without influence.  Many Horses Wanted.  London, April 30.���The Morning  Post's Bloemfontein correspondent,  in a dispatch dated Saturday, protests against Sir. Wyudhain's reply  in  the  house  of  commons,  which  undertook to disconnect the delay  lord   Roberts'   advance   from   the  lack of horses.   He says:   "On   the  contrary the necessity for a large  and ever-increasing  supply of remounts can not bo too urgently insisted upon.    The sacrifice of horseflesh in tiie past i.s as nothing when  compared with the possibilities of  the future.     Tiie area aeross which  a cavalry screen must be thrown will  necessitate an immense strain, and  the    consequent    gaps    must    be  filled a.s soon as they occur.    For  another month the   grass will be  worth   next to   nothing, and the  continuous   feeding   of  horses   on  nitrogenous matter   is  certain   to  cause diseases   arising    from   hot  blood.   The Sixth, Seventh, Ninth  ;&nd Eleventh divisions will   pro- j  Fishing Season of 1900  We are selling the fishing tackle which entices  the fish. We~ have the  most complete line of flies  and trolling, baits.  See our fishing rod complete with line, leader,  reel, and flies for $5.  Canada Drag & Book Co.  NKLSON  D8NT OVERLOOK THE  Library Ball  Which will be held in the  Opera House on  FBIDAY EYSM&  MAY 4th  In' aid of the funds of the Nelson  Public Library Association.  Ladies' Tickets SI. Gentlemen's Tickets, admitting gentleman and lady $2.  ~DRESSJI_A_aNG""  Costumes for all occasions furnished at short notice.  mrs. Mclaughlin  Joicplilno *.ticct, iio.ii' B.iker.  Nelson Business College  H.is entered upon its second quart cr with en-  lulled .lfCGminoddliotl and incicaiicd facilities  for promoting the iritojoyt*-. o�� students.  Night clahbCS MomUy, Wednesday, and Friday  of each week. Register early. Room 7, Vieloi ia  Mock. Josephine stieet. %  NOTICE   OF   MEETING.  The XcKon Luborcis' Union will hold an open  meeting in tho .Miner*' Union hall on Monday,  (he 30ih instant, .it T'S1) j>.ns. Laborers of al!  kinds are coidinlly iawtud to attend, eapcckilly  teaiiiHtoiH. P. SHACKIATON,  Secretary.  k ��� __U !________J ^__kJ___ _________J_____!^ ______��_J_____J 2_____J______!__J 2bJ-_E___J ��____lj2kJ'!_-_' *iS^' 0^ ��� !____Si ____________ *____!_���__. ___���_��________& _________!_____��_____'____ * ���B^* ^f*v *. _****' ^?^ * ���H**!-!!^ !____���& *^s  ��X*_. ���^���'������v ���'-*������'�����__ ��� ���*���_���_,������������_��. ��� ^ ���*���_���_. ���"*_���*�����������������_. ��� "���������_����� ���"___. ��� "*���*__�� ������_��, ��� ***_x ��� ' 00'00- fi* ��� 00- 00 " 00- 00 ��� fi*" 00 " fi*- 00 " 00- 00- fi*- 00 ��� 00?^}?\  _f  Xti  Xti  Xti  36   Baker  Street  Xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  Annual Spring Sale House Furnishings, Carpets, Oilcloths,  Linoleunjs, 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.  Xti  Xti  xti  Xti  xlt  Xti  Xti  Xti  Xti  xti  Tapestry Carpet from . . 50c  Brussels'Carpet from . . $1.20  Axminster Carpet from . . $1.25  English Wilton from . . $1.50  Ingrain Carpet from   .    .    .    50c  up  "P  up  up  up  Floor Oilcloth from  Window Shades from  Curtain Poles from  Lace Curtains from  25c  40 c  40c  75c  MP  up  up  up  Art Rugs and Squares at all-prices  Xti  xti  Xti  Xti  xti  Xti  All Carpets sewed and laid free of charge  GO.  Xti  Xti  Xti  xti  ^^^_&__&_____2^_&!-_��__&U_S__&__2_____2______���__^_S���iS 0*? ' 0* ��� 0**' if? ��� _^- ���_*��� ___*'���**_���*���_*��� *?���**��� __*��� 00*' 0* ' 0** ' 0*~ '0^*dLm  ^  mm  P-rH  W  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fipe Briek and  Fire Clay  Used in Kootenay.  We also handle  Steel Mining Rails,  Blacksmith's Goal, Sewer Pipe, Etc.  M  %  xjL��  ci��  i^i  EVANS  NEL-SOtf, B. C.  :_?��  & CO.  m  ���zt.ez.t  i*S_��  M  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  NcclamN* Building, Bakor Street.  PKKD J. SQUitlR, Munftger.  0null7R0SENDALE  Portland, Oregon, Postoffice Box 464  E. J. Robie  TAILOR    .  Workmanship and  quality of goods %  best obtainable  Advises about mines, mining  property and its workings. Companies organized. Capital furnished. All information and correspondence confidential. Demand for silver-lead propositions. Copper properties bought  outright.  StJOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON, B. a  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace, It ii situated afc  the comer of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  the best residential portions of Nelson, and Is  cs*.*=ily accessible from all paijts of tho city.  The course of study includes tho fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English education: Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���music;  vocaf and instrumental, drawing, etc. Plain art  and necdlewoi k, etc.  For terms ��nd particulars apply to the Sister  Superior.  hTd. ashoroft  BLACKSMITH ING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Opposite Silver King Hotel, Baker street. Nelson  CLEANING  AND   '  REPAIRING  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  "OppdslteCIarke Hotel." MERCHANT TAILOR  CUT PRICESTlSTHE  ORDER OF THE DA5T  And I want to be In tt. I have just received  Fall samplos of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $50,000 stock to choose from made to  your order at prices never before heard of in Nelson. All tho latest fads in Fancy Vestings for  all and winter.  Ladies' tailoring in all ite branches a specially,  * "_i ������ ���   Koomg 1 a���4 u Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  Palace A/{ea_ Market  Headquarters  for all kinds of  Fresh and Cured  Meats,  A feature will be made of the poultry and  game trade. Thoy will always bo on hand during their season.  _< a " i_!��  1C9 Josephine St., between Baker and Veriion.  Telephone 159.  -__-   __3__TST'__]!A.X).  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Full line-of wall paper, mouldings, etc,   Kalso-  mining and Tinting.   Sliictly (irbt-clasa woik.  Es>timat_s furnished.   Residence Mill Street,   WC<f Qf|M    R   P '  Opposite School House   ��.E._i_*U.flls 15. t/.  WB Starmer S^ith & Oo.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC,  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Oflico Ward Street Opposite Opera Honso  Saw &  Planing IV|ills, Limited  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough, and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  Office Corner Ijall aqd Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Grossing G. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  $    TOWN $  1 "PROCTER     I  jL 20-MiIeseastof the Cityof-Nelson, and-Terminus jL  jL of the Nelson-Balfour section of ;��  /Ii the Crow's Nest Pass Railway. m  fix  m  m  Business and Residential Lots ranging at prices  from $75 to $150 each.  Terms: One-third cash; balance 6 and 12 months.  m  f}\  This townsito is held jointly by tlio Canadian  Pacific Railway  Company and T, G. Procter.  m  ��  h FRANK FLETCHER, Land Agent G. P. R-, Nelson, m  or to T. 0. MOOTER, Baker Street, ^elson. >)j  >.*'*..*0.ie?"'i** #*���***  '________���______  .0-0-   ^*  > . % ��� "_i _6 ��� *�������  _B ���_*���*���  c  m  Head Office at  NELSON, B. C.  Wholesale and Retai  Iers in  s  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke,^ Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Rose1?, Fancy Evergreens  Mognolns, Bulbs, new crop t cstcd seeds, for giving  planting. Largest and most complete 6tock in  Western Canada.   Call and make your selections  Wagon repairing: promptly attended to by a      _,   flrat-C-ina wnealwxlghfc. J or bond for catalogue.   Address at tho nursery  Special Attention gdrea to all __da of repair- J grou&ds and greenhouse.  lux And custom work from outside points. I M. J. HENRY.  Shop:  Hall      fcu liivttii Eater and Voncn        fitC6 Wcsiminstor Bead, VsuK-ouver, B. C.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  Baker Street, Nelson  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. ^T  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, TUESDAY, MAY 1, 1900  3  i->.i  m  |;.;i  a  tl  BAM OF lONTBEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6.000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  K. S. Clous'ton General Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor and Kootenay Streets.  Branches in London- (England) New Yortc,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  Huy and soil Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  Saving's Bank Branch  CURRENT KATK Oh' INTEREST l'AID.  ON   TOURIST   TRAVEL.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Editor op Tiik Tin hunk���-Allow  1110 to take up some of your valuable space iu answer to one of your  (Klitorial paragraphs in Saturday's  issue.    Having  resided  in  Florida  for the largest part of twelve years,  I am surely justified in saying that  /  a  false  impression  is likely to be  gleaned   from  the    paragraph  referred to.    The writer stating that  "Florida has nothing except climate,,, fine hotels and badly cooked  food as an inducement for tourists."  Now I own that if any one is on  tiie  lookout for a badly prepared  meal, it can be found  not only in  Florida, but in almost any placo in  the world where the art of cooking  is known.    But if any one, who has  stopped at auy of the best hotels in  the   state���the   Flagler   or   Plant  system      hotels���in    fact,     those  patronized by the tourist, can say  anything against the cooking, then  lie or she must be a chronic kicker.  And I have yet to meet anyone,  who,  having spent   one season  at  any one of the first-class hotels, has  not expressed  the hope  of being  able to return again, and people do  not, as a rule, go where they have  boon  badly   fed,    and   charged   a  heavy  price  for  it.      As  for   the  climatic conditions, remember, the  tourists, who are principally composed  of  the  wealthy  families of  the eastern "states, go  south iu the  winter months, December, January,  February and March, leaving cold  northern homes, so that they can  be where it is possible to play golf  and tennis, go sailing aud boating  nud  fishing, or have surf bathing  under a blue sky and'bright suji-  ���*.*ine," conditions  that are  hardly  possible in  the   northwest during  tho wintciyno-matter how fine the  summer or spring may be, as witnessed at present. "Therefore Florida cannot be a rival to tho Kootenays in tourist trallie,  for all the  tourists,arc gone in the summer to  Newport,    or   other    resorts,   and  possibly the only drawback to tlieir  not coming horo ih either the distance, or else an ignorance of1 the  'attractions of the "roads and hotels  ���along  the  stretch  of   water from  Nelson to Ward's Crossing."    And  if the Kootenays aro to be adver-  ti-ed to induce tourists  to come,  the advertising must  be truthful.  One   disappointed man   can   stop  more from visiting a "place, than a  dozen satisfied   men  could induce  to go. ll.  MINING SUITS AND MINING LAWS.  Hullo Mining World.  11��� may "strike ~tlie~ average 6br  server that Butte mining men are  tlio most litiguous aggregation of  mine operators ever thrown to-  gofcher in a western mining district.  That is a mistake. They are nothing of the sort. As a body they  are honest, intelligent, enterprising  - aud law-abiding. But they are  h'nauious of their rights, simply demanding that which they conserve  belongs to them and do not hebitate  to appeal to tlio courts to secure  them. There is nothing wrong in  this. If wrong exists anywhere it  may be found iu the law itself, or in  the interpretation "of "it by owners  of mining properties.  Scores of mining suits have been  instituted in Silver Bow courts, of  justice, but they prove only that  men differ in opluious of law and  of facts. The number does nob indicate that the plaintiffs and defendants are dishonest and grasping men seeking to gaiu by process  of law that which does not belong  lo them. Their multiplicity rather  allows a defective mining Jaw, or  defective judgment among litigants.  The law does not define the apex of  a lode, or its continuity, or the ends  and side lines of a claim, or extrala-  teral right, or the intersection of  lodes, or what constitutes a fault,  or a horse, or a mineralized zone, or  does the law solve the multitude of  problems which every wealth-producing western mining camp presents. The law does nothing of the  <*ort. It simply tells what constitutes a location and. how one may  .-ceure a government patent for his  claim. Only these and nothing  more. "Whether the law can do  more or should do more are debatable propositions which a better interpretation of God's handwriting  upon the bowels of the earth, may  determine.  But in His infinite wisdom the  Creator has raised a mighty host  which men call "mining experts,"  who, with models aud maps and  samples of rock and vein formation,  aro prepared to testify that one  man's claim belongs to another  until both judge and jury heartily  wish that internal disturbances of  earthly matter had been confined  to "Darkest Africa" or beneath the  deepest seas. But the experts and  the lawyers gain a great victory  for one party or the other and give  place to another aggregation of  litigants and experts and learned  doctors of the law to battle in a  like suit in which a different verdict  may be rendered. And during all  this time the same old law remains  upou our statute books, as silent,  upon the more essential points at  issue, as the tomb of the capulets.  Mining is  a science as exact as  mathematics,  but it is  not   thoroughly    understood.      Knowledge  alone will simplify it.    Until that  is gained mining men must worry  along as best they can, taking the  bitter with the sweet, justice or injustice,  as judges and juries may  mete it out.    But iu a mining district like  Butte,  where a foot of  ground may contain a fortune, mine  owners  guard their holdings with  jealous eyes and any encroachment  upon what they conceive to be their  rights  isf  fought   with   the   legal  knife and  the  knife  to  the   hilt.  Butte is the "greatest mining camp  ou  earth;"  it is  the  richest.    Its  number of mining suits aro, in one  sense,   a   compliment,   in   another  they are a sad commentary 'upon  our mining laws, or the ignorance  of mining upon the part of its mine  operators.    Uutil   one or  both  be  connected    by   time   and    dearly  bought experiences, the   investing  aud speculating world may continue  to hear of injunctions and restraining orders aud all other .kinds of  mining suits at law in the courts of  Silver Bow county.1   If Butte were  a  wild-cat  or played  out  mining  camp its courts would be employed  in appointing  receivers or broken  business firms and disposing of their  murder and divorce cases.   No mining laws" would be wanted for Butte  and mining suits would be things of  the past.       i  IT   WOULD   FAIL   HERE.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  D. It. Wilkie, General Manager.  E. Hay,- Inspccter.   ���  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 2*21 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  prepared Felix sent M. Gillet, the  archaeologist, to Egypt and he  brought back treasure trove in the  shape of some wonderful tapestried  gowns of the fourth, fifth and sixth  centuries.  Among the historical scenes to  be illustrated are the first meeting  of Henry IV. and Gabrielle d'Es-  trees at the Chateau de Coeuvres,  Marie Antoinette at Trianon, a  morning visit of Louis XV., the  field of the cloth of gold, a salon of  the time of Louis XV., a party in  1S67, a christening party in 1830,  and manycourt scenes of the middle  ages. .<.-:-.  One of the most costly gowns in  the rooms of this unique palace  will be the robe and mantle Avorn  by empress Josephine. The cost of  these garments alone is over 50,000  francs. Every detail of the original gowns and embroidery has been  copied.  AUCTIONEERS.  Chas. A. Waterman & Co. ^ FULL LINE OF  Auction Sale  Saw Mill  Toioiuo Star.  , When it is said that municipal  ownership is a failure it only means  that it fails under bad management. Orea, a little city in Sweden,  owns and operates a nursery, which  is said to yield a revenue of $150,-  000 to the municipality���a sum  sufficient to pay all its expenses, including free schools and a free system of telephone communication.  But while a system may succeed in  Orea, ifc might not in Toronto, for  in the matter of municipal owner-  _s_h_ip a_very grcafc dcaUlepends_upon_  public temper It is to be doubted  if Toronto could own and operate  a nuisery with any profit. Everybody who walked past the place  would>find fault Avith the way the  shrubs were set out, or with the  handling of tho ground, or with tho  watering. They would quarrel  with the gardeners, report them to  the park commissioner, and write  letters to the newspaper*. People  would want to pull up the trees  every spring to see if they were  growing. At the end of the first  year it is pretty safe to say that  an agitation would be started to  abolish the nursery because it was  not paying, and to change it into a  municipal tinshop or hennery or  some other attractive line of endeavor. - '  At the Paris Exhibition.  i  One of the most interesting features of the exposition is to be a pal-  ais du costume, where the fashions  of France from the early monarchies to the present day wilj be  shown. The exhibit has been pro-  pared by Felix, the dressmaker, and  is to cost several million francs.  The "palace" in which these costumes will be shown occupies 3000  centiares of ground. Not only will  fashions be represented, but historical events and scenes are to be illustrated aud depicted iu a suitable  environment by costumed manni-  kins. The greatest care has been  taken to have this exhibit as accurate as artistic. Exact productions of  rooms in French palaces have been  mado, and old books and old paintings have aided in the reproduction of some of the very early  periods to be portrayed. The  Byzantine epoch is to be especially  elaborate.     When this  Scientific Notes.  It appears from an observation  by Heise that even flameless explosives may set fire to gas in  mines.. " A compression of 200 atmospheres would raise the temperature of air to 1069 degrees C��� and,  as explosives in bore holes can exert a pressure of - 6000 to 8000 atmospheres the heat of compression  would be quite sufficient to ignite  inflammable gases in the neighborhood. A photograph , described by  Oscar Guttmann is held to confirm  this theory. It shows a flash at  the meeting point of the explosive  waves from two simultaneously  fired safety cartridges, proving  that the air,was so heated by compression as to become luminous.  Restoration to life after hours of  apparent death is noAv known to be  possible in cases of persons taken  from the water or from suffocating  gases. ��� Iu 1898 an apparently  drowned boy of sixteen was resuscitated by tongue traction continued for three hours, and to make  it easier to persist in life saving effort for hours iu similar cases, Dr.  Laborde; a French physician, has  devised a mechanical tongue tractor,  driven by an electric motor.  This is a. .German method of making "Shio Liao," a famous cement  used by the Chinese to unite gypsum, porcelain, i_arble,t stones and  stoneware. The materials are 54  parts of shackled -powdered lime,  six parts of powdered alum, and 40  parts of fresh, well-strained blood,  aud these are stirred until a well-  mixed mass of the consistency of  somewhat stiff salve is obtained.  When sufficiently thinned, this cement becomes a durable waterproof  paint of varied uses. Two or thiee  coats make cardboard covers as  hard as wood, it may be used for  painting houses, and it gives barrels an oil tight glaze.  Crooked Work Exposed.  Washington*, _Apri!l 30^���The.  house this afternoon voted to strike  out the entire appropriation for  pneumatic tube service of the post-  office. During the discussion of the  item Mr. Moody of Massachusetts,  mado some startling statements.  He declared that former assistant  postmaster-general Neilson, under  whom the experiments of the pneumatic tubs service were made, when  he retired accepted from the company $1000 in cash and $10,000 in  stock for his services here during  tho succeeding year. What that  service could be Mr. Moody  said he could not imagine.  Mr. Moody's next statement created a sensation. The service, he  said, had been constructed by contractors, who took their pay in  stock' and bonds,. The only asset  of the company was its contract  with the government. "I regret to  say," continued Mr. Moody, "that  one of the principal holders of these  stocks and bonds was a member of  this house, aud a member of the  committee on appropriations."  A Plucky Buff,  the    Essexs,    Buffs  Acting under instructions, which  will be produced at tbe time of sale,  Messrs. Chas. A. Waterman & Co.  will offer for sale by public auction,  on  THURSDAY, MAY 3rd  at 2:30 o'clock in the afternoon  in front of their offices on Baker  street, three doors west of the  Bank of British Columbia, a complete Saw Mill, located at Itykert's  ^Landing, consisting of  30-Horse Power Boiler, Lane & Bod-  ley, makers  25-Horse Power Engine  Top Rig Saw Mill, Griffith & Wedge,  makers  Planer, Macgregor & Gourley, makers  Edger, Circular Saws, Belting, Box of  Tools, Mitchell Wagon, etc.,  ; all of which will be sold where they  stand. Everything is in good condition. The plant can be inspected  on the ground.  Terms: One-third cash on the  drop of the hammer, and the balance upon delivery of bill of sale.  For further particulars apply to  Chas. A. WateFinan 1 Co.  AUCTIONEERS.  Alex Stewart  Room 3, Turner & Boech Block.  NELSON.  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coaat.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IB" WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WK WIT.Ii MAKE IT FOR YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  Successors to  A. DEWAR & CO.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  .:, Shingles  Mouldings  A-.1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  *��  Special order work will  prompt attention.  receive  Mines  Real Estate  Insurance  Loans  Notary Public and Conveyancer.  Rents Collected onjDommission.  .     HOUSES FOR SALE.  A line corner, Stfuiley find Mines Road, ��900;  ?j00 cash; balance 7 ]>er cent.   Cheap.  ��� House and  four  mee loth, under culUt ation,  Hume Addition.  Money m (his.  Collage, -with jiiodai-n improvements, coiner  of Victoria aud ITnil sticets.  Residence find lots on Caibonate sticets.  Some line large residences, v. ith nice grounds,  on Lake street.  LOTS FOR SALE.  A,snap�����I0jf) -will purchase seven lots. AH  very convenient.  Bogustown lots on line of tramway, cheap, on  easy terms.  Lots in various paits of the town.  Money to lend at 7 per cunt on .central business properties nith caiy payments.  Owners list join propel lies, I have pm chasers.  All first-class mining stocks bought and sold.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchaqan's  A large stock of first-class dry material on  hand, also a full line of sash, doors, moulding!*,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard i  Foot of Hendryx street). Nelson  John Rae, Agent  Telephone, 91  COAL!      COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $6.15  Hard Coal  Anlluacite  $9.651 gST���01*  DELIVERED  TELEPHONE  33  0. W. West & Oo.  Agents _for_J. &_-���_ IAEOR_SAFES_  Bogustown)   Fairview  Addition-  A. R. SHERWOOD  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  MOYIE    LOTS  FOR   SALE.      *  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  9  9  11  7  Block 1  Block 5  Block 6  Block 7  Cash Offer  Fop  All Four  ADDRESS  W�� F. Teetzel, Nelson.  mo^eWcTlgan  When the Essexs, Buffs and  Welsh were pressing the Boers, including tbe Johannesburg police  contingent afc Dreifontein, the usual  white flag trick was played by the  enemy. Despite repeated injunctions to the contrary, several of our  officers and men stood up, and were  instantly saluted by a storm of  Mauser bullets. An officer and two  or three privates were hit; bufc a  big fellow in the Bull's sprang forward over the twenty yards or so  that separated him from the enemy  and bayoneted the man who had  held up the white flag, driving the  steel through the Boer's throat and  was beiug [ killing him on the spot.  Baker Street  First door woftb  ofBankof BritiHh  Columbia building,  GhaHes D. J. Christie  GENERAL BROKER  1 doors west of Dominion Express ofllce.  P. O. Box 52J.   Phones: .Office 147, HoubO I '>_  FOK Rl-.NT  Three, Four arid Sc\on-Keomcd Houses.  FOR S.UifC  Houses and Lots in itli parts of Uic city.  Money to Io.in on iinpro\cd real estate.  CaU  and  get terms if jou intend lo buy or  build.  GENERAL BROKER  Three dwelling houses for sale on easy term*.  One lot on Stanley street, opposite RoyM  hotel, for sale ut a baigiun.  One seven-roamed house and one three-room  house for rent.  See ANNABLE!  Co.  Kootenay   Coifee  NKLSON, B. C.  Coffee roasters and dealers In Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of best quality as  follows:  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound %  40  Java aud Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, 4 pounds  100  Santos Blend, 6 pounds., ,  1 00  Our Special Blend, 6 pounds....  __ 00  Our Itio Roost, 0 pounds ,  1 00  A trio] ordor solicited.  Salesroom _ doors caet  of Oddfellows block. West Bakor street.  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply 0. Ii. LKNNOX, Solicitor, NeUon  LAND  NOTICE. "  Not ice is hot cay given thntufier .  Will IJIIlKu ApplM-UllOH (OtllC t'lfl-jf C  B. C  one moiitli I        ... .....             .'(llllllllnslulior  of Land-* mid Wfiil.siti pun li.i-.-__ foity acios of  liutd iu (lie dislnct of Wi-,1 Kootrimr in thu  pio. nice of Hriti-iti fuliiiiihlit, situatijl on the  <m*-Iih.<�� of Kootonay lake, bit ween lj.ekli._i-t  and Lnfrancv citeks as follow-.: ('oniuieneiiiK  at il i-o-i on ihe.lic.ici) imukud "Initial Post loins  Lanlr.w's X, \V Coi ucr," them e sniillii'rly iilonu  (lie l.iko 'in chiiiii-*, thence cisioily ���__(. chains,  thence noiUiciJ} U*l ihiins, ihonco westerly 'ill  chains io the pluoj of beittiiiiiiiif,'.  JOHN 1_AIDIjA ���*������/.  Dated ut Xelson, B. C, th;-, .iid d.ij  of Apiil,  I'M).  LAND NOTICE.  Notice is herein- Kit en. Hint .iflei* one month I  will m-ilcu .LppIiLHtion lo the Chief Corninihsionoi*  uf Iliads jhhI Works lo pui-Ji.i'-e one Imndic-i  and si\tj .teres of Kind m tho Disti icu of W'e-t  Kootena--, in lhe I'lowiico of Hntish Colunib'st,  situated on tho vest, side of Kootonay hike, on  Boulder treek, .ibout two miles souih of Ualfom ���  CojiimencinK atlmlial I'oslm.irkcd "John lluilc.  N* E. Conu-i," thence west -,i\ty-foui" clinin-s  thence ���oittli lwcrily-ll\u < liniitH, thence east  sixtj -four chains, t hence north twenty-flveehuins  to the Initial l'ost,  .inUN BURK.  Dated nt Nelson this 7th day of April, lflOft.  NOTICE.  Niilicci-hci<'hyjtiveii that I intend to apply al  the ln-t ificcliiiKuf tho Hoard of License Com-  missioiici--for the City of Nelson held thu (s dajs  after the date htieol, for leave hi h-an-rci the  lit'nise now held b\ me fin a hitlonu known as  the Ath.ibnsta saloon, -iluate on llie southeast  coiner of Baker and _voolena\ sticets. Nt,l��un.  H. V��� Ih-iiik on lot 1, block IJ, in Nelson afoie-  said, to r.itrlik- J Kiissell, in trust foi tlioAlhn-  lw-��ft llnlcl Coniii uu. Limited  W'lt1l"ss. I*. IO. \\ 1I���S0V. J VS. NrKIASDS,  Dated Hub Htliuaj nf Apiil, I'm  NOTICE.  The iitemlicis of tin' Cooks' ami Waiters'  Cnioti uill m< ct .it Union Hall ou Thur-ilay.  April 'Jtilh nt b p.m. _\ tfood attendance is requested.  notice 6f"m__ting7"~  Tho Nelson plumbers. ^a�� and sloum fillers  union meets eiei*. setoml and fourth l-'ruliiy at  tliL'Aliiicn.' I'nfoii hall ist8 p.m.  ]!. W'KKKS, bcaclary pro loin.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.G.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, 'NELSON.  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 Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flret-olass  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Waverly Hotel  This popular hotel has hocn thoroughly  renovated and enlarged, and is now ono  of"'the' most. comfortable hotels in the  city. It'has 10 nicely furnished and well  lighted rooms, heated with hot air. The  dining room is second to none in Nolson.  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 be had in Nelson is at  TIIE CLUB HOTEL  Corner Silica and  Stanley Streets.  E. J. CURRAN,.Prop.  JVjadden House  Baker and \Vi__  Streets, Nelbon  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained  under one management oinco 1S90. r  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by tha best doai 8-  tio and importod Liquors and cigars.  ' THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  B. C. HOTEL   erie, b. c.  First-class in evei y* respect. Choicest wines,  liquoia and cigar*. Every comfort for transient  and resident guests.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL. Proprietor.  feWMalflkli  Vernon Street, Nelson.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  -      AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  fflfg.  NKLBOV, BRITISH COLUMBIA  B. EEISTERER & CO'  BREWERS AND BOTTLISBS OD*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  FTsnipt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery at Kelson  eison   Wine   Oo.  CHOICE WINES AND LIQUORS  Special attention given lo family tr.ido  ^It^Xnt       FRANK A. TAMBLYN  leer ^tii'of.  Nelson, li. C.  M.Ui'AGKIt  Corporation City of Nelson  TENDERS WANTED.  s-V.iled tcndcis for supplyiiiK Uic Citj of Nelson  -with lumber for Ihc rr-in.undei of Ihoycir liXM  will he received bv the undersigned up to noon  si>n Mondnv. JIuj 71h. V.m.  W, E, WArtSON. Acting Citj Clerk.  .Nelson, Ainll _Ui. liXW.  jERATED and mineral waters.  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streots, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in eerated waters and  fruit syrups. Solo agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone GO.  ~ ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  TX7  F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corncr Baker and  " ���   Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in   assayers  supplies.   Agents for Denver  .Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  ���~ CIOARS.  TT-OOTENAY CIOAR MANUFACTURING  ���*����������� CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streets. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kootenay 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 street, Nelson,  J-t*   wholosale    dealers   in   liquors,    cigars,  cement, Are brick and fire clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTEI0AL   SUPPLIES.  EOOTKNTAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COM PAN Y-Wholes-lie dealers in telephones, annunciators, bells*, .batteries,  lixturos, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  gRACKMAN^KER JVIILLING   COMPANY  -Cereals, Flour,  mixed  cars  shipped  Grain, Hay.   Straight or  to all   Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points oii Calgarv-  Edmonton R. Tl. .Mills at Victoria, New \vest  minster, and-Edmonton, Alberta.  TAYLOR  stroet.  IV|rs. E. C. ClarKe, Prop.  I.ATE OF TIIE ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY  FEED &  PRODUCE   CO.-B.ikor  Nelson   (George   F.   Motion's old  stand).   Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty.   Correspondence solicited.  Phone 2tf.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker   Rtreet,   Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.  P.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws arid minors' sundries.  OOTENAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LLMI-  TED���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-'  w    son, wholesalo grocors.  T}1 R. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ������- ��� R. track,. foot: of Stanley street. Nelson,  ��� wholesalo dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, bams, lard and other products.  T Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street, Nelson,  *���' ��� wholesalo dealers in provisions, cured  meats, butter and eggs.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  TJ BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ���*-���������   streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in liard-~  Agents for Giant  ware and mining supplies.  Powder Co.  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  HARDWARE    COMPANY���  Nolson,  wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' Bupplloi.   VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED���Bakcr street, Nelson, wholesalo  dealers in hardware and mining supplies', plumbers andi tinsmiths' supplies. Agnnts OnUrio  Works.        " t   -     LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  >  TURNER, BF.r,TON & CO.-Corner Vernon  and ��� Josephine iitrects. Nelson, wholosile  dealers in liquoi-s, cijr irs And dry goods. Asents  for Pabst Browing Co, of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Biewing Co. of Calgary. "  PAINTS   AND   OILS.  NKLSON HARDWARE COMPANY-Baker  Streot���Wholesalo dealeis in paints, oils,  and brushes of ali kinds. Largest slock In  Kootenay.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY���Bakor  street. Nelson, manufacturers ofdjuamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting pov. dere,  wholesale dealers in cup* and fuse, ana electric  blasting apparatus.   SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  LIMITED-Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nolson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  In sash JHid doors; all kinds of factor} work mode  to ordei. '   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NELSON TENT AND AWNING FACTORY-  Baker street, Nelson.  Manufacturers of all  kinds of  P. O. Box  touts,  awnings*, nnd  canvas  goods.  Thco. Madson. proprietor.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPAVY, LIMI-  TED���Cornor Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in wines (case aud bulk)  and domestic and imported cigurp.  eng_n_eIs!!  CHARLES PARKKR-Mniiiigftiid milling engineer.   West Baker street, Nelson.  A  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NSLSON LODGE, NO. 23, A, F. & A, M.  Meets second Wednesday lis each month.  ; Sojourning brethren iuvitod.  PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodge, No.  of Pythlaw, ineetH In I  (  vonlng  cordially Invited to attend  Igo, No,  0. O. V.  Jakor and Kootomty streets, every  ....      g .....  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock,   visiting Knlghta  " .11}* Invited to attend.    II, G. Jo>, K. of R,  Lcoim.d Scott, C. C,  &S.      ^   NELSON L.~0. ��.. No. 1082. :ncctn in I. O. O. V.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streots,  li-t and 3rd Friday of each nioiwli, Vixiilnj;  brothern cordially invited. 15. !{_>b_.i��on, W. M.  W. Craw fold, Itorunling Secii't.wj, _  __  N^ELSON -JER1K, Number 22, Fraternal Oidor  of Eagle*, moots ovory t,eeond and fourth  Wednesday lnoach month in Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome. XV. Gosiiell, Proal  dent.   Chin-leu Prossci. Secretary,  TRADES   UNIONS.  F. of  ...     ... . union uioins, noith-  east corner Victoria and Kootenay i-Jiect.s, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting members welcome. M. K. Slowatt, Pretidciit. James  Wilkes, Societal*!-.  ���VTKLSON MINERS' UNION NO. 90. W.  ���*-'   M.���Moots In mineis  NELSON PAINTEI  mooting of  llio  -Thoiogu-  L Labor  ���S' ONION-Tln*. regular  Pamleis Union is held  e\orj Wpdiu,l-<l.i> cloning at T.'ifl. in the Fain-  ton." Union lull, behind the Clarke hotel. T. O.  takafbo, inesiilent.   Alfi cd 'I'm ncr. -ccietni}   TRADES AND LABOR t'OI/NCrL.-  lar meetings of the Nelson Tiadcs and i  Council -v. ill be hold in Lhe miners' union hall,  corner of Victoria and ICoolcnaystteets, on the  first and third Thursday of each month, at  7.30 p.m. G. J. Thouie. President, J. U.Mathc-  son, Socio!ary.          THE regular meetings of thet'arpenteis' Union  uro held On Wednesday evening of each  week, at 7 o'clock. In the Miners' Union hnll corner Victoiia and ICootenaj stroet-. R. Robin-  ,on, President.   Jane's Culfirg, Secretary.  ARI1ER.S' UNION. NVKoii Union. No l'i|3. of  llio International Jutnmv men Baibui s Union of Aincitoa. meets ���.*���*. ei} (fist ami <hiid Mon-  dnvof c.uh month in Minei s Union Hall, corner  of Victoria and Kootenai sticets. at !>*>��! p.m.  sharp. Visiting biutheis innlinllj inxilcd to  allcnd. J. II. Mntliesuii, President. W. S. Bel-  villo, Seeieiarj.  LAHOKUHS' UNION, VlKoii Uul-orcis' Pro-  * tfcmc I men. No M-M.A. F. of L.. meets In  Miners' Union Hnll, itoiilii'-ist corner of Victoiia  and Kootenaj .sU'ei'lN on the hiatand Unid Monday of tai li month, al b p.m. itiaip. Visiting  members of tho American 1 edeiatton tordinlly  iu\ \ted to attend. John Mullen, Prciidotit,  Peres SShakclton. Secretary.   rilGAli MAKERS' UNION mcctKlst Tuei_a.y |  | *���"���* in every month In tlio XV. V. M�� toall. Kxeo�� , 1  i utivo board me*a_ ovory BAtucday, ,-    - THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. 0., TUESDAY MAY  1  1900  Robber Gloves  The  FOR WOMEN AND MEN  proper thing for spring house-  cleaning and gardening  Furniture Polish  To make your Furniture look as good  as new, try our  "FRENCH FURNITURE POLISH."  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Victoria Block, Corner Baker and Josephine Streets  DRUGS AND ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES  w  iti  Hi  Ui  iti  Hi  Hi  iti  iti  iti  iti  ��� ��� <__��-'Sl: S^&'&SL'���L'SL'_!'__:__��_: _S_S__'_>US'^______���S_S'N  y^-s-���_���:_��� _.���_.���_r: _.._���._���:���_*���:���_������:Sr ^-0-0^^_9^S^^^0-0-0^_^  omethlesr New  EVERY WEEK  And in order to make room for  goods  we must dispose of a few.  our new  We are  (j/  prepared, my Kootenay friends, to let you  iti  inspect the latest and most complete up-to-  date stock in British Columbia.    We invite  Ui  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  Ui  iti  iti  xti  Hi  xti  iti  iti   ���....    ^ Hi  W  date stock in British Columbia.    We invite JfJ  xti  you all to examine them, and know you will {ti  iti not  only  be  satisfied with  the   goods  but Hi  **' prices also. Mf  How Dover Disposes of Mail Orders \ti  __   _   ��� *  By having a first-class jewelry manu- iti  factory with the best of mechanics, and our *{/  watch making  department   has' no  equal, m  We are prepared  to  make  anything  and iti  everything in our line with a guarantee. ��?  All mail and express orders receive our  Hi  xti  Hi prompt attention.  iti  iti  Hi  iti  Ui  Jacob Dover, The Jeweler  NELSON, B. C.  '���^_-_ ���_ ���_���_���_ -_ -_ ���_ ���_��� ���_ -a m*.*0.*'0.*.*.*���*.*.*'00-<**���_  ���^���0-*-0-0^9^0-0-0-0^9^0      c.-st-sr._r.-c���.-_..*8r._"-'���_������_������ _������_��.���  Xti  xti  Ui  iti  iti  iti  iti  >V  Yes we have made  rather a  ,  Hole  CITY LOCAL NEWS  The  annual   library ball, which  tnkes place in the opera house on Friday evening, will no doubt be a ercat success this year.  As the hall i.s given with a view to snpploiiient-  itiK the funds of the library association it is receiving a very generous patronage, and a very  enjoyable evening may be expected.  T. A. Mills is acting registrar at  the court house in the absence of Mr. Simkins,  who has gone to the coast for a. week.  Application was made yesterday  in the action of Faweett vs. C. P. It. by Elliot &  Lennie for plaintiff for an order to secure particulars of contributory negligence, J. II. Bowes  contra.   The order was made.  P. G. Bradley <fc Co. have the contract for painting and decorating Crowe & Morris' new cigar store in the old Imperial bank  premises, and expect to have the work completed  in n couple weeks. Mr. -Morris is in the city arranging for the firm's opening.  Rev. John Robson, pastor of the  Methodist church, goes to New Westminster  next week to attend tho annual conference of  the province, Tho lay delegates from Nelson is  Fred Irwin with John A. Irving as alternate.  The launch Idler will be shipped  today to Arrowhead to the parties who purchased  her from captain Troup.  The C. P. It. will shortly place a  freight and passenger oflice staif at Phcunix.  The appointment of agent will probably go to  one of the members of the Nelson staff:  C. E. Beasley has been satisfied  that the accommodation on the Dominion and  Allan liners Corinthian, Tunisian, Dominion and  Cambroman, sailing for Liverpool this month, is  sold out. A similar report has been issued by  several of the New York companies.  The   North   Star   line   between  Cranbrook aiul Kimberley has been taken. over_.  from the construction department by the C. V. It.  A tri-weckly service will be given between the  points mentioned.  Fred   Conway,   steward   of   the  steamer Moyie, is at the general hospital." He is  seriously ill but in ho imminent danger. .  G. Bell & Co. will be located in  their new premises today at the .stand occupied  by Hyde & Titsworth. The latter ilrm is going  into the wholesale and commission- business and  may occupy tho warehouse recently vacated by  A. Macdonald & Co. on Vernon street.  At the court house yesterday application was made for an order for 'the-production of the statement of defence in Wiggin vs.  Nelson-Bcdlington railroad, the suit involving  the Selkirk mineral claim. The order was mado  except as to one paragriph. KUIot & Lennie appeared for the applicant, J. II. Bowes contra.  W. B.  Sutherland was brought  before judge Forin yesterday to elect as to his  tiial. Defendant was represented by P. K. Wilson and chose to stand trial at the assises, plead-  JiB.n.Pj;'BMtej ^ajl.->Kl>s Jlxe-J,���,at..,,S10O,/1in,(;wq!��,  Kaslo to J. P. Schultz of Salmo, the Busy Bee  claim, situate on the south side of Sheep creek,  consideration nominal; J. P. Schultz to C. K.  Bennett and Agnesllillings t he Old Colony. Headland and Busy Bee claims on Sheep Creek nnd  the Copper Plate on Hall creek.  An open meeting of those interested in the cause of organized labor was held in  the miners' union hall last evening under the  auspices of the Nelson 'Laborers Protective  Union. Upwards of 150 were in attendance. Tho  meeting was addressed by M. It. Mowat, president of the Nolson Miners' Union, upon the advantages of organization. At the close of tho  oiien meeting some 22 additional members wero  added to the roll, making the membership of the  union closo upon 100. It is expected that at the  next meeting the strength of tho union will be  further increased by the addition of the teamsters  aud brickyard laborers.  W. P. Blaiwe, of the Atlantic Re-'  fining company of Cleveland and Toronto, was  in the city yesterday sizing up the business situation. Ho will probably establish a branch in  XcUon. ���  HOTEL   AEEIVALS.  - -irgo  Van Norman. Toronto; It. Mclluire, Molly Gibson mine'; S. D. Stewart, Montreal; J. K Macdonald. Montreal; P. ,7. M. McKeo, Moyie, E. C.  Vincent, Calgary.  Atthe Qukkn-'s.���F. A. Heap. Ainsworth; A.  Ci. McCuIloch, Procter; ll. II. Wo'olaver, Hants-  liort, Nova Scotia; II. J. Bennett, J.C.McDonald,  Thomas Brown, Sandon: B. M. Bwingler, Krio.  At the Grand Oe.vtha*-..���.1. A. Hackman,  Athabasca mine; II. Crooks, Hamilton; J. L.  Chase, Procter; Frank Wagner, Portland; O. A.  Lovoll, Vmir; E. S. Kelley, Moyie.  At theTkkmont.���A. W. Johnston, Crawford  Bay; Vicenzo Ccrvoy, Luis Greco, city.  Atthe Piiaik.���G. C. Kowan, Omaha; R. G.  Ed\yards-Leckie, Republic: J. A. Young, Toron-  XV. Pantull, F. P. Smith and wife, Spokane;  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS  &  HARDWARE  CO.  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mi!  Steam  Hose.  and Suction  to; .1.  It. R.  Porter, Grand Forks.  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  AgonUs���Truax Ore Cars, Giant Powdcr,"and Metropolitan Fuso, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NELSON [KASLO  SANDON  complicity in the Goebel murder.  Judge Can tell overruled a motion  to take up the motion for a change  of venue in advance of the arraignment. Coombs and Whittaker  were first arraigned and each entered a plea of not guilty. All of  the defendants were brought iuto  court aud arraigned. All of them  entered pleas of not guilty.  in our $12,000 Stock of Dry Goods  but we still have great  bargains to offer  Goods  delayed  in  transit are now arriving  and are .marked at cost to clear,           _Si.pl ��� . ..    diS^liutefrSRe^  JrVY*">?&^:-r*'*''-__:i^ r��'fty,W>  i^M^^mpm��^hm_toemm  of_PMoh._-��TCn_i^ieW  fo#v��dnt.a:;^ar;^  ftjsideTOf Mu'refc^:*":i ��_*��� �� ^"'Ife^feM  .-..��-__--_#"-" ���"if"-*('.-.";L'u-s-tf"--riftii"-?''.. '" "     '   "  *^,#gfiil  ., .    is'family*.  ^rq^tWefc*��*iU:j  Robert  ror::,SpQ|innc^env  r--��v���.,��i-rarf-��,.*S'.n*y=nrR:'>a"-iiir.'1 -*���"������:. "_'�����'���:--?-;:.--F*5.--**'-? VIM.  berfeSe^Mejstve^rStoaay;.'  ivf^&0o%_?ewW6r^M^_Sc_m*  lS'^'.,>m*_M'ili6.':^>Wii-.fl:n'_i��i._^W.|Vn':_l_P  Fern "Will Start Up.  The Fern mine, near Hall Siding,  which has been closed down during  the winter, will open up again in a  day or two. The management is  now only waiting "for the roads to  get into good shape so that supplies  can be hauled in. T. W. Brigstocke,  the secretary of tiie company, was  up to the mine last Saturday, and  reports that there is still some snow  up there, but that it is rapidly disappearing. It is- yet uncertain  when the stamp mill will start up.  '���������-���  Begbie Charged With- Murder.  London, April 30.���A dispatch  to the Daily Mail from Johannesburg, dated Thursday) April. 26th,  says that personal examination at  the scene of the Begbie works disaster shows that the foundry was  destroyed by the explosion beyond  repair, probably this side of the declaration ��� of peace, although the  shell-making plant may be transferred to another^ foundry. It is  said that seventeen workmen are  still unaccounted for. Mr. Begbie  is charged with murder. He is suspected by the Boers of having  blown   up; his works, which cost  7k$i0M&^^^v<^Mo:B3Mn_^^-^  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Furnished house wanted immediately ; seven rooms and bathroom. Address J. G.,  Post office,Nelson.  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer   barn  on Vernon streot.     Telcphono  cull 35.  Wanted position as stenographer  and typewriter by lady of experience.    Best of  references.   No objections to going out of  Refrigerators  Prices from $10 to $30  going  care  of  The  city,  Tribune  Address   Stenographer,  ollice, Nelson.  For Sale.���One-third interest in  Mineral Claim near Ymir. for $100, money to be  expended in, development. Appiy to Alex  Stewart, Turner & Bocckh block, Nelson.  . Wanted���About 20th of May, for  two or three months, a six or seven room house,  furnished.   Address Y, l>. O. Box KiS.  : Wanted���Situation as stenographer by young lady having experience. Address  L. XV., Tribune otllco. . . .   -  For Sale���Lady's, bicycle, Garden  City make, in good order.-having been used but  one summer.   Apply Bicycle, Tribune ofllce.  For sale���the north half of block  100, Nelson.   Address P. O. Box 572, Nelson.  Typewriter���for sale cheap, second hand Caligraph. Apply to Alex Stewart,  Turner-Bocckh block.  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  & Tregillus block. ���   ���'���..  Houses furnished with new and  second-hand furniture, or mixed newond secondhand furniture, on tho installment plan, by the  Nolson Bazaar, Malone & Tregillus block.  PEOVINCIAL PABTY CONVENTION.  K3��TKff_^jj^te!t&^^  to'nay'M  ,?:��._-���_ _-Tfv.: __.*_..":.,.-^_:^''i-_^i i,^ *u�� ^^  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  ^.fi.S.'J.fr'S.'S���.'���_". Sf-  ^^6_l>|Fa_tf_&��  White  White  NEW  LINES JUST OPENED  OUT  Muslins,  Check Muslins, regular 10c; reduced to 7c.  Check Muslins, regular 15c; reduced ,to 10c.  See our Colored Dress Muslins1 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,  ��*sr  This is  a  Genuine Clearing- Sale  _   __ going out_of the Dry-Goods  as we  line. __.  are  A. FERLAND & CO.  ELLIOT BLOCK, BAKER STREET.  ts:_eg  W hcre'slielwiil^  tho..'ftdgt|c'o^^  ���" "    ido "   GROCERS  is  to replace that  Place your order with  THEO.   MADSON  Tents,  Awnings,  and all kinds of Canvas  Manufactured to Order  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Goods  That Light is Poop  GAS PITTING OUK SPECIALTY  _ELU_I_ING OP ALL KINDS  Victoria Street, opposite Poetofflee.  LET IIS PIJT jH CAS  STRACHAN BROS.  ager...  tarda*  I -or-*  hor  ill _  iu ltiailyfijj|6|l3.  t Ji-3./-Be1Cf_t?_iaijc6^^ .s-iSSli'Wjiifiu'eh'1  siic'eS(S^.T'_ifc^H<Sltt-rfJnfi#'_i--Ueeicle(l not to go to  l(o^Iu*n;l'i;'(^<lvi'diU(j0j_14iig$ctiLcd.  E. K Whaliey'has opened  an of-  jlco on notary public unci conveyancer in tho of-  lico of^ C. W._"\Vcst &_C'o.. corner otJIlMLand  jJfiL'oi htrcets. 'J'hat is also the down town office  of tho NeJ-foii fcjoihi Wfitcr Knctory.  Mrs.  A, E   Hodgins  leaves   for  Hnglnuil next Frid.iy with her two children,  wlictubho ��ill roiiuiin until rcioinnd by cuptnin  Hodgins. She will be accompanied by _Miss  lJun.-iUiorc.  Tlio interesting eases of ".Braden  vs. American Hoy lioXH JliniiiK Cimijiiiny will  not be tried here llii_i sisojith a*, was anifuljiHted,  linwiM Sc W'finl moved yenturday- to have the  trial jio-itjjoned until llio. next lunfec iw a wittle-  uii'iit U jiendiiii,', producing iin aflldavit of A.  Whcallm*, ICnulo, in htmitort of tlio Hfatonseiil.'  1'lic ordor wuh mudn, I'. V��� Wilson, contra.  At a Dtceting of Kootomty Lodge,  I. O. (), I*'., hint nigiiti*. rcMOliilloii wiu ptimad conveying Iho thanlcH of tho Lodge to J to v. II. H.  AtvolxirsI, wvtor of St. Kuvlour'h ohureh, for hit*  admirable sermon to Iho order on Sunday,  The' itossland" bfw-seball team is  uiidonvorlttg to hcchio a date to play here on the  I.tlh IiiHiiint. The Xelson team will probably  itccoiiimodalo tliom.  Notice of appeal has:been served  in tiie action of Hloan vs*. Cionniey.       .     >"*���   ,  J, II. Bowes, "of Bowes ifc Ward,  lenves today farn, fortnight'!! visit to Vancouver  and Seattle.    -   * - , .    '  Manager Neelands lias a scheme  for (lie improvement of tlio ball grounds. Ho  ��ill .secure the assistance cf hcvernl teamsters  who are enilni!.iast.it*. ba-soball men and scrapo oiF  the inequalities of the groiindH.  Cecil Ward   and wife returned  lust night from Kamloops where they havo spent  t,o\ unit weeks.  Constable II*. TV. Barnes left last  night for Xcw Wcsliiiinstoi* with the prisoner.  Joseph Zoith, who is to servo three years In the  petiiteutiai-j.  An order was made at the court  house yesterday appointing .lames .John MeLeod  administrator of the estate of his deceased  brother, late u�� the steamer ICokancC,  Alining recorder Wright received  jesterduy the books from the Kossland ollice containing the rceords for the .section ot country recently transferred from tho Trail to Uio Xelson  district. The volumes consist of si\- books of  locations and eleven books of assessments, invol-  \ ing a total of somo 2M1D claims.  E. Ii. Atherton of  Sandon  is  in  (he cily. He reports business at S-indon as uoori,  so good Hiatal! those who left there in search of  a better location have returned, except Nick  P.iloric-i. The shipping tiiinos arc resuming work  and the forces employed Are constantly being  increased.  The entries made afc the mining  rccordcr'H dHce yesterday were: J. V. Ryan of  jlMlaeed:'^i|0nla_Se;oaC^  ���sbe__e���a^by-?foreigne^i,^He^r^latesi  j'was-igi<ev_v"py-i,;ithe;rjpiUssjan^s^  ^me^$b^S0oB^^lMo^em^.  $ateai^$palww  ^hS��-B|lsshJiiSa^^^  *lSh1ai^a_ie||fo1@ial_le_ iZ&Mits?'  prese.nt>ye��rs;v^.'i:_r-s:.y:':,^"  !tm.  ;jMt|^eigTfip^  :;%#|iLj|yp'^^^  ���   .   ..   nm.1i*H_''-'Bi-'i n _���    -rf ������.__��" ..[I'ii*"-      'It 0/.    -lii-'.-i   - Ij     ���* "j -. ���*'j_,��_   -..������-     't*.rj-      ._ --.-  v'e"- rt-'. -.,  *-^^Jen-/ithe��^^ifc-;.s^^  John Davis, Harlan Whittaker, W.  H.   Oulton   and  '"Tallow"    Dick  Coornbs wero arraigned on  motion  -of ihe commonwealth, charged with-  E. P. Whalley^d. P.  NOTARY PUBLIC   .  Ollleo with C W, Wcist & Co., cornor Hull and  (inker streets. >  Cily ofllce of the Nelson Sodawnter Factory.  f_jHKIl,sISidjhg:|.:S;.?  ���?P6^biftico^3*fS__" W  ���*K#JBdns..1^-,i::4-��'!  SKusRisiiobl*; _'���'.��"�����.  i6ifdrW.Y,fe<?:.ft*.6Ss-  '!x��r48toW:.r$?::&':.  ���.ililtaUone&^Mif ������'������<>  jJltykert'aSa^f '���"���*  i'^DelegStesrMfc'tyKi-inWbl^  ;:#6i_'Jv"��hM  ���E':;lJVo"sJ&���'*,1iGredentialS,;"��uiusta  scIiffiirniaiMijd'Sccfefa^  ^tl^y^iS;61e_ey;^if:el&tgd6iifcfS^HniSi^'el  ���_i;ib��:fb'j^  "'���D_egliteSiiji*ustlb6;re^cere"d*Kbtcrs;i.s        ;-sfSf 'M  V ������?;; aSuoretarM''I?iioviBciaIs t>jXi'tyiW.olsSCHiding.i'j:,,��;  NOTICE OF PRIMARY  ELECTION.  Ki-&iprimai*yteiection'_avill'.bl!-SKold^:^^^  ;'>:T.lnir.$ay;;Mrfy^  "8:��6''&lock>p;_5;tQtele^^^  ;Iit'tQh'd'tlii>indiSiiiiitjpg:ibn'TC  t���ai;-l.Mty;foi?.'th;efNiBlsOh.iHidin^  Electoral -District.' 1-blling'plaeef Jstofe iii Vie^  toria block fronting on Josephine street.    AU  registered voters who are supporters of the Provincial J'ftrty shall have tho privilogo of voting.  DAVID MoHKATH, Chairman.  _ VRKI).aTA)UCEY,-Scorctary.    -  Nelson, April 2.3th, 1900.  LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE CONVENTION.  A convention of (he Liberal-Conservative Association is called for Monday noxt the aothinst,.  nL 8:30 p.m , to bo held iu the Fraternity Hall,  Nelson, H. ('.. for the purpose of electing a candidate for the Nelson riding, for the entitling  local election.  All members of the association and intending  members aro urgently requested to be piesent.  FHEU IRVINK, President.  S. at. _UYDGK8. Secretary.  _B_B;__t____5_a__*__:i5>~5:^S^��-_��-i  ���0^-0'''���0-0-0 ���Z9.Jm-0.0-*-0''0__Ai  \\i  Hi  Ut  xti  xti  Hi  iti  ���'���*  Hi  \l>  il/  ������ ; Hi  M Give us a call as our whole stock must ^  S be sold in a few  v{> If you want Bargains  iti       in  Hi  iti  xti  Hi -������-���.������'���'���"..  \^  iti  iti  days.  xti  iti  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  xti  iti  ft  iti   Telephone IO  mi'  BOCK  BEER  ^^|^^       ^^B^r    _tw_wtm. ___���___, __\__w______m^   -^mi^M Jm^^^g^m  ^Mk   V~_t.  S��i;:^:Siiit_i_il^^  Nelson.   Our  m  ar  a  ,   ��� . ,_��� ������ ,..__,.-  ..  . H    "ASK YOUR, GROCER FOR JHE1 CELEBRATED - "  The Best that Money eau Buy.     Take no Other.  Manufacturedliy the lirockman-Kcr IMilling Co.. Ltd.  Victoria, "Vancouver, Westminster, Edmonton, Itossland,  Nelson.  CET YOUR  CHANDELIERS  WIRED FOR  iectno Oa  NO MATCHKS KEQU1RKI). AIAVAYS BEADY  feetrie  l(ootei|ay Electric  Coi|struction Co,  ��� JOSEPHINE STOUBET NKLSON  &  Gents' Furnishings  Hats and Caps  Boots and Shoes  �� comprise the latest styles, and are the product of  J| the most reliable manufacturers. We. are,* now  jm olfsring them at exceptionally low values.   It is  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  no trouble for us to show goods.  QIIiKER  m  eg't^fe-i^ ��� ^  m^^  mm*  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 176.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  Telephone TGI.  D. M. Ferry & Company's Seeds,  Fresh JErks Received Daily  John- ^, irviegg & Co.  Lethbridge Gait Goa  The best value for the money In the market  for all pwrisoses. ���.____  tkrms o_3h     W. P. TntjRN-'F. tQcneral AKent  *Selev^(im Ut.   Office wit_ G. D. J. Cta-fitae.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.LC.E:  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  jC-Miieir Viotoria and Kootenar Streets..  P. O. BOX m. TffljBPWmi. NO, 95

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