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 DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSON:  WEDNESDAY MORNING   MAY 30 1900.  PRICE FIVE  CENTS  KEEN ANSWERED BY GREEN  Combined Political Meeting.  Kaslo, May 29 -[Special to The  Tribune].���Bob Green and John  Keen held tlieir firsb combined  meeting here last night. Keen  opened the meeting and was so  lengthy that Green had to cut his  speech short in order to let the  meeting close by midnight, especially as G. 0. Buchanan had also  had his little say about purging the  voters' list. Keen, made a yery  strong attack upon the late government for alleged distrust created in  mining circles by reason of the constant interference with the mining  laws by orders-in-council. Dealing  ���with the charge that the Semlin  government desired to raise the  tax upon the mineral output from  one to two per cent, he quoted ap-  provingly Tiik Tribune's editorial.  Bob Green, however, disposed of  that matter by saying:  "I interviewed the government  and Semlin told me that there  never was any intention to raise  the tax. I never heard of any such  'intention either in the house or out  of it, or in caucus."  He claimed .John Keen's speech  was but a resume of his squabbles  with the government when he was  /mining recorder/Speaking of John  Keen's charges of parsimony, he  .said it was very true that some  salaries had been cut aiid in some  to land only on the consul  giving his guarantee that  they would obtain employment  within the next sixty days. Some  of the fifty Japs were rejected on  account of their having infectious  diseases, and others because they  appeared as contract laborers. The  Glenogle brought 358 Japanese to  Tacoma on tins trip, and the percentage of rejections was unusually  largo. The Japanese missionary at  Tacoma, who' makes it his business  to find employment for Japanese  immigrants, admitted to the examining board that there are 300 Japanese in Tacoma out of employment. ��  WILL ENTER JOHANNESBURG  BOXERS ADVANCE ON PEKIN  instances this was deservedly so.  During the life of the Robson-Davie-  Turuer government, which wore  really one continuous administration, a large number of barnacles  attached themselves to the government. Most of these men had had  their salaries increased from year  to year because they were friends  of the government. When the  Semlin-Cotfcon government came in  these barnacles were placed where  they ��� belonged, and, 'concluded  Green,  "1 stand before you as, Tudepen-  "dettp. My affiliations, if I have any,  a re1 with the Semlin-Cotton party  .���ind J am prepared to defend, their  fictions so far as I know them.  They are not a party rof broken  7>ledges. 'They are the only parfcy  which have put legislation on the  statute book plainly in the interests of the masses. They are the  only party that went to the house  find fulfilled iheir anti-election  pledges."  . SANDON,-May 29.���[Special to Tho  Tribune].���The Kaslo miners' union  have endorsed Bob Green "as their  candidate.  Thirty Chinese Killed,  Victoria, May 29.���On the day  prior to that on which tho steamship Bieekonshire left Japan news  was received there from Wei-IIai-  "Wei that serious disturbances had  occurred on May 5th on the British  station, Gulf of Pe-Chi-Li. Captain  Wasfcon and the (10 melt escorting  the boundary commissions, which  hadjbeen_engaged in_dclimitiug the  borders, left the territory at Wei-  Hai-Wei, when they were attacked  by a hostile mob. Thirty of the  attacking party were killed. The  losses in the Chinese battalion  under captaiu Watson were two  officers wounded, major Penrose  aud captain Periar. The Chinese  who attacked the British troops  had long been holding meetings to  complain of the taxes proposed to  be collected.  Treachery is Feared.  London, May 29.���The following  has been received from lord Roberts : "Germistown;���We arrived  here today, without being opposed.  No casualties. The enemy did not  expect us until'tomorrow, and had  not carried off all their rolling  stock. We have possession of the  junction connecting Johannesburg  with Natal, Pretoria and Klerks-  dorp by railroad.. Johannesburg is  reported quiet and no mines have  been injured.   I shall summon the  commandant in the morning and. I  propose to enter Johannesburg  with all troops at noon tomorrow."  Lord Roberts' dispatch is. regarded as announcing the occupation of Johannesburg, and apparently the Boers have again effected  a retreat, as there is no mention of  any prisoners or captures. There  will be some anxiety pending the  actual occupation'of Johannesburg,  as there is evidence that the town  has been mined with the intention  of blowing up the British army on  their entry into the place. Germistown is a suburb to the southeast  of Johannesburg railway junction,  and general Roberts mentions ifc in  his message to the. war office probably because Bl&ndsfontein station  is further east.  Additional evidence that the  mines are intact comes in a message  received by a mining company here  today from its Johannesburg representative, ' dated May 28th, via  Delagoa Bay, saying: "All right."  Cascade Mountain Ascended.  Banff, N. W. T., May 29.--The  ascent of Cascade mountain, one of  the, highest peaks of the Canadian  Rockies was made yesterday. A  party accompanied by two Swiss  guides left Banff hotel at 4 o'clock  and by noon had sealed fche sides of  the mighty peak. The ascent was  made from the side that was supposed to be invulnerable to the  climber's attack. The return trip  took two hours and a half, the  previous record being 18 hours.  Fighting on the Gold Coast.  London, May 29.���The British  colonial office today received advices from colonel Wileock in_com;  mand of relief forces which recently started from Kumassi saying  that a small force of Houssas from  Prashu commanded by lieutenant  Slater had been attacked and that  Slater and several of his men had  been killed.  News From the North.  ViorpuiA, ,May 20.���News has  been received here that the steamer  Mora with the first crowd of Klon-  dikers of the season reached Lake  Ltsb&rge on May 24th on her way  from Dawson. The ice blocked her  1 here but it is expected the river  will bo clear by now. Fishing for  f-priug salmon lias commenced on  the northern rivers. During the  big .storm last week considerable  damage was done to Indian villages  on the west coast of Vancouver  i-land. Seal skins brought in by  Indians biiug $15, an advance of  $r> over last year. As u consequence  Jnclian hunters are demanding  higher wages to go on white  s-chooners.   Japanese Immigrants Rejected.  Tai'Oma, May 29.���A special board  of inquiry worked from 7 o'clock  last night until midnight passing  on 71 'Japanese who had been rejected by immigration inspector  Walker on the steamer Glenogle.  Out of this number the board rejected 50 outright. Nineteen of the  i emaining came very near being rejected.       They      were      allowed  Will Settle Dreyfus Matter.  Paris, May 29.���The senate  reassembled today and M. E. Euriu  presented his report on the amnesty bill, the provisions of which  pi event; further criminal proceedings in the Dreyfus case, and, in accordance wifch the wishes of the  government, he asked for a discussion of the measure next Friday, to  which the senate agreed.  Bains Fall in India.  London, May 29.���The viceroy of  India telegraphs that good rains  have fallen in Mysore and that scattered showers have fallen elsewhere.  The cholera has not abated in many  parts of Bombay and Rajputana,  and causes much mortality. There  arc now 5,730,000 persons receiving  relief.            Boers in Natal.  London, May. 29.���The Times  publishes the following from Newcastle, dated Sunday: "Pour hundred Boers are advancing towards  Dundee. There is no fear that our  communications will be cut."  Bocrs���Keoccupy Kruaman.  Barkly West, May 20.���It is reported that the Boers have rcoecu-  pied Kruaman and large laagers are  located at Reifcfontein and  Dnnielskuit.  Dangerous Insurrection.  Washington, May 29.���Such advices as have reached here indicate  that the situation in China has assumed a very critical phase, and  one calculated to tax the entire resources of the Chinese government.  The state department has been in  close communication with Mr.  Conger, United States minister at  Pekin, and the navy department is  taking its share, having placed the  flagship Newark as far up the Pei  Hoe river as the Taku forts, which  is the nearest point to Pekin that  the ship can reach. The operations  of the Boxers are increasing in  magnitude. Their demonstrations  a,re no longer local and they appear  to be governed in their movements  by some well settled design. They  have murdered nine Methodist missionaries in one province at the  town of Pachow, and have closed  on Pekin.  Meantime the Chinese army is  suspected of disloyalty. The department has cabled minister. Conger authorizing him to call upon  the nearest United States vessels  for assistance for the protection of  a marine squad for the legation. It  is not known whether he availed  himself of the permission or not.  The ship he would get would be the  Newark, and it is- assumed he has  already communicated with admiral Kempf on board the flagship.  The embarrassing feature of the  situation is the cutting of the communication by rail between Taku  and Tien-Tsin, and there are probably only two courses open to the  marines who wish-to reach Pekin.  a long overland march through a  hostile country away from supports, or a tedious voyage upon the  swift and shallow Peiho in shore  boats in tow of the steam launches.  According to reports the Chinese  'government has done, every thing to  meet the* demands of the diplomatic body at Pekin for the dispersion of fche Boxers, but it\ appears  that the uprising is more serious  than was at first apprehended, and  even the resident , ministers Lat  Pekin are inclined to admit thafc  the task is not an easy one for the  Chinese government. -  London, May 30.���The Daily Express has the following ^from  Shanghai, dated Tuesday: "The rebellion continues to grow in intensity, and the gravest fears are entertained of its ultimate extent.  The foreign envoys at Pekin, fearing a massacre within the capital,  have decided to bring up the guards  of tho legation. The rebels are now  massing outside of Pekin, and their  numbers are reported to be constantly augmenting. Fresh contingents of armed 'malcontents are  coming up almost hourly from the  north.  The imperial troops who were  sent to disperse the rebels found  themselves hopelessly outnumbered.  Several hundred  were_killed_and  two guns and many rifles were  captured, after which most of the  remaining troops went over to the  rebels. They are now marching  side by side. Ifc is believed thafc  the "Boxers" have the sympathy of  the entire army and there is no  doubfc fchafc they have the countenance of fche Empress Dowager and  Prince Ching. The Belgian ministry escorted by a strong body  guard has gone to obtain an audience of /the Tsung-Li-Yamen, a  number of his countrymen wifch  their families haying been cut off  by tbe rebels afc Chang Tsin Tien.  Pekin, May 29.���The relief parfcy  has returned from Ching Tsin Tien,  bringing 25 persons including several women and children.  London, May 30.���The Times,  commenting upon the situation in  Pekin, says:  "We must follow the excellent  example set us by the Americans  and lose uo time in telling the  Tbung-Li-Yamcn that unless they  reestablish security for the life and  property of our fellow subjects in  China, without delay, we shall take  strong measures on our parfc."  Marquis de Gallifet Resigned.  Paris, May 30���1 a. m.���General,  the marquis de Gallifefc, minister of  war, has resigned, and in his letter  to M. Waldeck-Rousseau, fche premier, asked him to place the resignation in the hands of the president  of fche republic. General de Gallifet pleads ill health as a reason for  his decision. His exact words arc :  "I am very unwell, and my heaifch  prevents me resisting all emotions    of   the    moment."       The  official     Journal     this    morning,  therefore, contains: the acceptance  of the resignation embodied  in  a  degree signed by M. Loubefc, which  also appoints the new minister of  war.   After deciding upon  general  Andre as the most   suitable successor, the premier telegraphed' to  him   at ���'��� Nemours,   where he was  taking   part   in   the   manoeuvres.  General   Andre   left immediately,  arriving at'Paris ;about  .1.1:15  lasfc  evening.     An   understanding was  rapidly reached regarding all points  in the ministerial program, and at  midnight the premier was able to  send the decree to the official journal.  In spite of his plea  of ill health,  this is not generally considered the  sole reason for the resignation of  general de Gallifet. Having in view  the   apologetic    statement    made  by    M.     Waldeck - Rousseau     in  the        chamber,   Cof       deputies  there:  seems    little     doubt    that  he   was   annoyed   by   the   word  "felony" applied to an. officer of the  French   army,   although' there  is  little- difference between this language   of   the   premier   and   that  which general de Gallifet had himself used at a previous meeting.  Rossland Debentures. Appeal.  Ottawa, May 20.���[Special to  The Tribune.] ���In the supreme  court the case of the Trusts aud  Guarantee Comp/vny vs the town of  Rossland came up today. The  action was brought by the company to recover damages for breach  of contract by the town to sell  them debentures to" the amount of  $50,000. A contract was' entered  into by the mayor of the town  with the company?1, and a resolution  was afterwards passed by the town  council approving of and ratifying  it, and it was then signed by the  city clerk and the corporate seal  attached to it. The town eventually refused to carry out the contract, and sold the" debentures to  other parties. The sole question in  the case was whether or no the corporate seal was attached to the  agreement. Tiie state provides  that ifc is to bo affixed, pursuant to  an order of the council. In this'  -case * there wae .ho -such order on  record, and no positive evidence  that ifc was affixed by the city  clerk. The courts below held that  the statute had not been complied  with.   Judgment was reserved.  Fighting in the Philippines.  Manila, May 29.���Major Henry  Allen of the 43rd infantry, ivhilo  scouting from Catbalong, Island of  Sumar, drove a party of insurgents  from the valley. Four Americans  were killed, including lieutenant  Evans, who was killed while gallantly leading a charge against the  entrenchment. "Eleven of tho  enemy were killed and four  wounded. The town of Catbman,���  Island of Sumar, was attacked at  midnight on April 30th by a thousand rebels who entrenched themselves near fche town oyer night.  Captain John Cook of the 43rd regiment) fought the Filipinos for six  hours and afterwards buried 150 of  theenemy's dead. One "American"  was killed and one wounded.  Tax on Oleomargarine.  Washington, May 29.���After an  exciting contest lasting many  months the advocates of the Grout  Bill placing an almost prohibitive  tax on oleomargarine and like imitations of butters succeeded today  in having that measure favorably  reported from the houge committee  on agriculture. The vote was 10 fco  7 in favor of the bill.  Houston Men Will Meet.  A meeting of John Houston's supporters will be held in Houston's  committee rooms on Vernon street,  opposite Hume Hotel, this evening  at 8 o'clock. Short speeches will  be given by the candidate and  others. There will be a hot time  and all voters are invited to be  present.   League Games,  Pifctsburg-Ohicago���rain.  Indianapolis 5, Detroit 1.  Chicago 1, Kansas Oity 0.  Buffalo 0, Cleveland I.  Syracuse 5, Rochester 3.  Free State Formally Annexed.  Capetown, May 28.���Lord Roberts yesterday announced to his  troops the annexation of ihe Free  State, which will hereafter be called  the Orange River State.  Steamer Sierra Launched.  Philadelphia, May 29. ��� The  steamship Sierra, built for the  Oceanic Steamship Company, was  successfully launched today at  Cramp's shipyard.  THE TWO REPUBLICS' FATE  No Shred of Independence.  London, May 29.���Lord' Salisbury, who was entertained at dinner tonight by the City of London  Conservative Association, made an  important announcement regarding  the government's South African  policy.  "The 'stop-the-war' party have  used my name," said the premier,  "in support of their ideas by stating thafc I promised there should be  no annexation of territory, nor annexation of the gold fields. I  never gave the pledge. I never  never meant to give a i^ledge.  (Loud cheers). I stated a simple  historical fact. We are accused of  going to war for lust of gold and  territory.' It was one of the atrocious calumnies which, under the  favoring influence of Dr. Leyds,  spread itself over the press of  Europe. Nothing could be more  untrue.  "We went to war to stop the oppression of the queen's subjects in  the Transvaal, and, because our  remonstrances were met by an insulting ultimatum, to which if the  ' queen's government had submitted,  her power not only in South Africa,  but over her colonies and dependencies would have been at an end,  we were forced into war by the  actions of our opponents.  "To say that because we repudiated the greed of territory we  therefore bound ourselves never to  annex any territory is a ridiculous  misconstruction. I dwell on this  lioint because this matter of annexation is about to become a burning  question.  "We have made a tremendous  sacrifice of blood and treasure in  the conflict. There are misleading  prophets whose action bulks as  large in the columns of the newspapers as the action of more influential and powerful people/ who  mislead the rulers of the Transvaal  to continue resistance far beyond  the time" when all resistance had  ceased to be even possibly successful. These men arc perpetually  pressing ns fco make some conditions or offer some arranged stipulations that will leave a shred of independence to the two republics.  Our only certainty of preventing a  recurrence of this fearful war "is to  insure thafc never again shall such  vast accumulations of armament?  be permitted, and that not a shred  of the former independence of the  republics shall remain,    (Cheers.)  "Wc are not yefc at the end of tho  war, but I shall venture fco lay it  down as a primary condition of any  future settlement, thafc precautions  will be taken of such a character  that such a war will never oeeur  again. Of course, what' measures  will benecessary it is impossible at  any moment to determine, because  that depends largely upon the action and temper of those with whom  we have to deal. I have already  intimated-that their-resistance-has  gone beyond the limit to which resistance could wisely go. Ifc is not  for us to criticize their acts in what  thoy arc pleased to call self defence,  but they havo-aclcd so that every  bitterness ctcatcd by the war, and  every severance of classes and races  have been stimulated by every  measure they 'have taken, and so  they go on,  "it will also be Our duty to protect those native races who have  been so sorely afflicted, and at the  same time so to conduct our policy  that bo far ns possible there shall  be a reconciliation, and that every  one shall be a happy member of the  British empire."  After the master of the rolls,  lord Alverstone, had proposed the  imperial forces, lord Salisbury rose  again, holding a paper in his hand,  and said: ,  "J find thafc lord Roberts has  occupied Johannesburg."  This announcement was followed  by a wild display of enthusiasm,  tho company cheering for "Bobs"  and singing God Save the Queen.  Lord Salisbury, later in the evening, when proposing "The City of  London Conservative Association,"  referred to tho glorious news received, and said: "One thing we  havo learned from the war is that  everything depends upon the general."  London, May 30.���Lord Salisbury's utterances at the banquet of  the City of London Conservative  Association last evening are the  most emphatic enunciation of the  government's attitude toward tho  conquered states which has yet been  put forth.      His  declarations ^ are  accepted by the newspapers as irrevocable, especially the declaration "not a shred of independence  shall remain."  The Standard says: "Annexation  is already more than half accomplished and, since Sunday, the  Gazetteers and books of reference  on the subject have been obsolete."  The Daily News calls the speech  "the logic of the stricken field."  The Times says: "There will be  no commiseration for the extinction  of the Transvaal, but there will be  some sentimental regret over the  obliteration of the Orange Free  State."  NEXT STOP IS AT PRETORIA  ANGLICAN  SYNOD   OPENED  The Program.  The synod of the Anglican church  began its labors at Sfc. Saviour's  church last night when the lord  bishop of the diocese presided at a  missionary meeting. The number  of clergymen and laymen in attendance at the synod is seventeen and  further additions are expected today. Last night's session was of  considerable interest; the speakers,  archdeacon Pentreath and Rev. Mr.  ' Beer of Kaslo, devoting their attention to missionary topics.  Today there will be holy communion at 9:15 a.m., at which all  the clergy and lay delegates will  unite. The offertory will be for  synod expenses. At 10 o'clock the  clergy and lay delegates will  assemble at the school room for the  organization of the synod, and business will be dispatched until 1 p.m.,  when a recess will be taken for  lunch, which will be provided for  by the ladies of the parish. At 2:30  o'clock the synod will again convene for an afternoon session. At  8 p.m. there will be choral evensong, during which Rev. E. C. Paget  will preach.  On Thursday the, order of business is as follows: 8 a. m., holy  communion: ,10 a. m, morning session; 1 p. " in., adjournment for  lunch; 2:30 p. m., afternoon session.  At 8 p.m. a reception will be tendered to the bishop, clergy and lay  delegates by fche congregation of  Sfc. Saviour's church in Fraternity  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay  streets.  During today's meeting the  bishop will address the s synod, and  in the afternoon there will be an  appointment by the ��� bishop of one  clergyman and one layman, and an  election by the' synod of three  clergy and thice lay delegates, to  form,"with ex-officio members, -the  executive committee of the diocese.  Derby Starters and Betting.  London, May 30.���The probable  starters with their jockeys in today's Derby are the following:  Diamond Jubilee (H. Jones). Fronfc-  ignan (R. Jones), Bona Rosa (L,  ReiiT), Chevening (O. Madden), Disguise II (Tod Sloan), Most Excellent  (K, Cannon), First Principal (F.  Riekaby), Forfarshire JS. Loates),  ~SaiIor_Lad (C. Wood). Sidus (T7  Loates), Simon Dale (M. Cannon),  Governor II (French), Democrat (T.  Weldon), Rameses IS (Jockey unknown), Dcweisant (J, Reiff). The  betting is 8 to 4, against Diamond  Jubilee, 11 fco 4 against Forfarshire,  8 to 1 against Chevening and Disguise JI, 100 to 8 against Bona  Rosa, 100 to 0 against Sailor Lad  and Simon Dale, 20 to 1 against  Democrat, 33 to 1 against Governor  II, (50 to 1 against Most Excellent  and 100 to 1 against First Principal  and Sidus.   Sewers Decided Upon.  The program of sewer additions  decided upon by tho city council includes the following items: 1(535  feet on Front stieet from Cedar  wesfc to Josephine, up Josephine to  Lake street and on Lake from Ward  to Hall street; 932 feet continuing  fche main on Josephine street to  lane north of Vernon street, thence  along lane wesfc to Ward street and  east to a point 75 feefc east of Hall  street; 700 feet on Silica street,  from Hendryx to Park; an exten-  tion of 100 feefc to sewer on*lane in  block 20; 700 feet commencing afc  Hendryx street on lane north of  Victoria street, south to Victoria,  east to Cedar and south on Cedar  street to firsfc lane.  Millionaire Lumberman Dead.  Detroit, May 20.��� David Ward,  lumberman and owner of a fortune  of $25,000,000, died today. Mr.  Ward was a native of New York.  He had been identified since 1850  wifch leading enterprises of Michigan, chiefly in lumbering and pine  land development and speculation.  Roberts' Wonderful Advance.  London, May 30.-3:30 a. m.���  Lord Roberts is bivouacking in the  suburbs of Johannesburg and intends to make a victorious entry at  noon today. Judging from his dispatch he must have private information as to the disposition of the  garrison in the fort as he does nofc  seem to expect opposition. Lord  Roberts' cavalry has flowed on beyond Johannesburg. A portion is;  understood to be at Zurzurfontein, >  seven miles north of Johannesburg  and within twenty miles of Pretoria. Lord Roberts, although  with a broken bridge at Vereeniging and a wrecked railway behind  him, has somehow managed to get  forward sufficient supplies for his  large force.  As he has been able to do so  much, it is considered possible lie  will be outside of Pretoria on Friday. The rapidity of his advance  is thought to be an extraordinary  achievement, even by grudging  continental critics. The Boers, who  expected to fight along the line of  hills known as Klipriversberg} ,  abandoned the eastern end of the  range, near lord Roberts' advance  line, bub they stood their ground  on the extieme right near Van  Wycksrust, where they met general  French's turning movement. The  fight continued all day, and the result is as yefc mere conjecture. Probably the Boer rear guard succeeded in keeping general French  off, and is now in the hills northwest; of Johannesburg.  The Standard  has  the following,  advices from Pretoria  under  Mon- '  day's date: "The Transvaal government   has opened  or is about to "  open peace negotiations.     It has  cibled a final inquiry to its agents  abroad asking whether  any  hope  exists of aid."  Without doubt the presence of  lord Roberts with 40,000 men at  Johannesburg will hasten the  Transvaal's decision. Dispatches  fiom Lorenzo Marquez described  president Kruger oh "wavering but, '  demanding a guarantee that he  shall not be exiled fco Sfc. Helena."  The fighting burghers still continue  fco desert, and thu total collapse of  fche Boer military organization is  uot far off.  '  Bennet Burleigh, wiring from  lord Roberts' headquarters at Ve- ,  reeniging, on Sunday, says: - ''I  doubt if president Kruger " can  muster 15,000 men. as many of the  burghers' have gone to their homes.  The stauncher Boers are sending  their families with wagons and  stores to" the Zoufcpansberg district.  Whether Pretoria will" be defended  is uncertain, although a Pretoria  message dated Sunday, pictures the  work of defending the capital as  going on wifch 'feverish activity.' "  Pi efcoria is situated in a wilderness of kopjes and ranges and is  provided wifch defenses that require  at least_20,000 _mea to man-them -  properly, bufc there may still be one  hard nut for the Biitish to crack.  The last message out of Pretoria is  the following, dated May 28th and  censored by the Boer government:  "Kraus, acting as a special commandant at Johannesburg, has issued a circular to the officials concerned warning them of the necessity of controlling the foreign element in fche town, and directing  them to resist all attempts to- de- -  sti-oy property or life, meeting  force with force,"  The Xetherlaiid Railway Company yesterday notified the authorities at Lorenzo Marquez that,  they must decline to accept goods  for , delivery afc Johannesburg.  Johannesburg telegrams are still  accepted subject to stoppage at  Pretoria.   Enthusiasm in London.  London, May 30.���The news that  lord Roberts was practically master  of Johannesburg wa.s received in  London with noisy enthusiasm. A  procession of students marched  through the west end cheering and  singing. The announcement at the  various places of amusements was  followed by singing of fche National  Anthem and cheering for "Bobs."  While the townspeople afc Fleetwood were cheering the announcement that lord Roberts had occupied Johannesburg, the German  crew of the Henrietta, an English  vessel that wtis sold to a German  firm, cheered president Kruger.  Several conflicts occurred between  between the Germans and the English and the chief officer of the Hen-  rietta. was mobbed. Ultimately  the police force was doubled.    ���  t&$_mz THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C WEDNESDAY, MAY 30  1900  Special Prices in Hosiery  GOOD TODAY AND WEDNESDAY  Ladies' Ribbed   Hose, suitable for  boys  also, sizes S)4,  9 and g*4, good value at 40c, special for the two days only  25c per Pair  .STANDARD l'ATTKRNS  KliPT IN STOCK.  Madden Block, Baker Street  The Very Best Suits  T;;ere is no store where good  clothing can  be  bought to  better  advantage than here  For Men, Boys, and Children  A most beautiful collection in plain and fancy worsteds, in  neat checks, stripes, clays and serges made in single and double  breasted sack style.  A big assortment of hats, shoes, ties, shirts, underwear,  hosiery, etc.   Prices the lowest.  BROWN    &    CO.   Hall Block, 269 Baker St.  ��  .&���(=>. C3'  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement  Fipe Brick and  Fire Clay  w  Used in Kootenay.  %  We also handle  Steel Mining Rails,  Blacksmith's Goal, Sewer Pipe, Etc.  xHj  H. J. EVANS & CO.  NELSON, B. C.  ��3 .��_! .C-3 .C3.C_3 .��  JSP  mm&   P^  I'gz?.  m^m^'^  Young  Man...  %  w  We do not want you to get the, impression that  our Ties are loud enough to talk, but the fact  , remains that their values speak for themselves,  and we would advise you to drop in and listen  to their special, whisper on Monday, when the  following prices will tell the story:  'ffl  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  -w  m  m  is*���  _De_?hyS (flowing ends) Regular price 65c,  Saturday    "   40c.  Lombards    -    -    -     Regular price 40c,  Saturday    "   30c.  ��� - ' Regular price 35c,  Saturday    "   25c.  -     Regular price 50c,  * Saturday    "   35c.  ��� -   Regular price 50c, ���  Saturday    "   45c.  Regular price 30c,  Saturday    *4   20c.  #  Kerchiefs  Knots   -   -   -  Neck Scarfs  Bows  m  m  m  Special prices Ladies Neckwear.    Stock Collars, with  flowing ends,  regular  price 75c and 85c, Satur-  ' day price 45c.    Regular 35c, 40c and 50c Collars  at 30c on Saturday.  We  have  just opened  a  nice assortment  of  Childrens' Underwear.  Although the present campaign  has deA'eloped sevei'al very warm  contests, still, upon the whole, it is  being conducted by the press, at  least, in a rather fair spirit. The  Nelson Miner is probably the most  noteworthy exception to this rule.  The editor of the Miner has the impression, that in order to convince  his readers that either candidate  Fletcher or candidate Heill would  make a good representative, ho  must attempt to show that the  election of candidate Houston  would bring about stagnation. The  oilitor of the Miner appears to bo  somewhat hysterical upou the John  Houston subject. If this were not  so lie would not attempt to show,  tbat, in the event of candidate  Fletcher's election, eager capital  would, flow into, the undeveloped  mines of   Kootenay   in   a   golden  o  stream ; while the election of candidate Houston would spell eternal  stagnation. When an election  looms up the editor of the Miner  seems to take leave of his senses.  It is not so very long ago since  candidate. Fletcher..and candidate  Houston were rival aspirants for  the office of chief magistrate of the  city. At this time The Tribune  expressed the opinion that, while  its preferences were for candidate  Houston, the interests.of the corporation would be safe in the keeping of either candidate. The editor  of the. Miner,; however, declared  that neither candidate was a fit occupant for the office of chief magistrate, and he called upon the sober-  minded citizens to get together and  nominate a presentable candidate.  All this happened less than six  months ago. Jf six months ago  Frank Fletcher was denounced by  the editor of the Miner as an unfit  man for the office of mayor, how  comes it,, that within so short a  time, the salvation of the country  depends upon the same man being  returned as the representative of  the Nelson riding in the provincial  legislature?] l   ,  The  editor of the Miner is not  content to conduct the newspaper  end of  candidate Fletcher's campaign. It has come to his knowledge  that a number of fche business men  of Nelson aro supporting candidate  Houston, and with this large body  of citizens tlio-irate old gentleman  proceeds to quarrel.   He even goes  so far as to say that fche business  men who are supporting candidate  Houston do not know'their business.   He reads them a lecture.    He  says: "the business of a business  '( man is not to run after free ad-  '* vcrfcising, to humor a mayor who  " may have some municipal patron -  " age, or to pay obsequious court fco  " a member in-the hope of getting  " something in return."'    This lofty  tone comes well from a man who  psrsoually endeavored to play the  _pai't_ of a _parieifce -With-a-friendly  eity council.   Has he forgotten that  written  application  for  free   city  water, which even his friends had to  refuse?       Candidate Hall's friends resent  the patronizing manner of the Nelson Miner toward their candidate.  They.do not like to have their candidate held up like u wa&fcepaper  basket, merely for the sake of preventing votes from going to candidate Houston. They consider thafc  this patronage labels their candidate at? a dead horse, and a1? few  electors like to shout for a lost  cause, they consider that they are  fchei'eby injured.  ^ Yourself and Friends are Invited by  '^* ^- 0** l_+' ^' *0- 0*' -*\0*< +*\^' 00' 0*' &��� 0*$*?\  xit  Xit  Xit  Xit  Xit  Xii  Xii  The Home Art Society of  Decorative Needle  Work  of New York, to view an Exhibition of Silk Art Needle Work and  to arrange for a series of lessons, from May 28th to June 13th.  Hours from 10 to 12, and 2 to 4; in Hume Hotel parlors.  Xit  xli  \it  Xit  xit  Xli  xit  Xit  Xli  xit  Xli  Xit  Art Lectures, Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Lessons and Lectures Free of Charge.  Mrs. Kenly, Artist and Teacher.  The teacher will inform each lady joining the class where the silks and  linens can be obtained. Belding's Art Silks and Linens used exclusively in  these classes.  With the Compliments of Fred Irvine & Co.  vW  Xit  Xit  Xli  Xit  Xit  Xit  Xii  Xii  xli  Xli  xii  >?/  It is safe to say that there will  not be  two  members of Martin's  1  cabinet returned on June 0th, including the premier himself.    Hon.  ���J. Stuart Yates will go down in two  place.-,.    He will lose his deposit in  Nanaimo and he will be lucky if he  gets   off   any   better iu   Victoria.  Yates is clearly out of ifc.    Premier  Martin  is  also  nominated  iu  two  places,    Victoria   and   Vancouver.  He has no hope of success in the  capital    but    will    probably   pull  through in Vancouver.    In We&fc-  jninster the minister of finance has  a hard row to hoe.    He has lost  many friends through his desertion  of principles for office, and the gen  eral opinion is that the Conservative candidate will take him iuto  camp. In West Yale the candidature of .the recently created minister of agriculture is taken as a joke.  Of the remaining member of the  Martin aggregation ifc may be said  that Smith Curtis has a fighting  chance of election in the Rossland  riding.         The Ymir Miner does not agree  with the Nelson Miner's account of  that Liberal rally in Ymir, when  Dr. Hall's candidature was endorsed.  The Ymir paper asserts that there  were'but twenty persons at the  meeting, some of whom were not  voters ; thafc even this small meeting was nofc unanimous for candidate Hall; and that he will only  poll aboufc eighteen per cent of the  vote at Ymir. The, above would  seem to indicate that the story-published in "the Nelsou Miner requires  a great deal of fixing. Both papers  are advocating the election of candidate Fletcher, but fche Ymir end  of the combination evidently has  not, been posted as to the necessity  of keeping candidate Hall in the  race for the purpose of splitting the  Houston vote.  Nelson Opera House  ONE  NIGHT  7    "ONLY  May 30th  .    THE  Florence Hyde-Jeneks  CONCERT CO.  Palace IV|eatiy|ar^et  Headquarters  for all kinds of      '������._  Fresh and Cured Meats.  Florence Hyde-Jencks is considered one of the best Dramatic  >Soprano singers in America. She  appeared in the1 Auditorium in  Spokane on May 14 th and was well  received. She will be assisted here  by Mr. G. Magues Sciiutz, a baritone  formerly the baritone soloist with  Sousa's Band and Elbridge M. Shaw  violinist, and Mr. Albert V. White  pianoist. This will be the musical  treat of the season. Seats will be  placed on sale afc fche usual place on  Monday, afc 10 o'clock. Admission  ."30c; reserved seats 7oc.  J. E. ANNABLE, Manager.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.ICE.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. 0. Bex 563. TELEPHONE NO, 95  A feature will be made of the poultry and  game trade. They, will always be on hand during their season.  J. L. PORTER, Prop.  169 Josephino St., between Baker and Vernon.  -    Telephone 159.  -A.. jeztcstjeazx  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Pull line of wall paper, mouldings, etc,   Kalso-  mining and Tinting.   Strictly first-class work.  Ksumates furnished!   Residence Mill Street,   Wf COM    R   T  Opposite School Houso  INmJuQUJN, Dm U��  W. Starmer Srqith & Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  Office Ward Street Opposite Opera House  Fruit arid Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Roses, Fancy Evergreens  Magnolas., Bulbs, new crop tested seeds, for spring  planting. -Largest and most complete stock in  western Canada. Call and make your selections  or send for catalogue. Address afc tho nursery  grounds and greenhouse.  . M. J. HENRY.  9*16 WesUnlnnter Raid. Vancouver. B. C.  St JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B. C.  A boarding and clay school conducted by the  'Sisters of St. Joseph ot Peace.  It is situated ot  the corner of Mill and Josephine streets in ono of  the best residential portions of Neison, and is  easily accessible from all parts of the city., ���  The course of study includes the .fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English education: Business course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. ' Science course���music!  vocal and instrumental, drawing, etc. Plain art  and needlework, etc.  For terms and particulars apply to tbe Sister  Superior.  hTjx ashcroft  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  HrHtrciMB wheelwright.  Special attention given to ali kinds of repairing and custom work from ontaide points.  Shop:  Hall St., between Baker and Vernon  E~PTwhkiie^ o\P.  NOTARY PUBLIC  fieison Saw &  Planing H/|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 ai)d Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing C. P. R. Tracfr  Mills Hail Street Wharf  _ i   ���r���      ���-  ��� ��� T*���"^"��������WW������t^MMM���I^MM^���M   �����!   ..���������IIIIII'IIMW�����WM^MI   Mill      mpUlMMill   I     ���������  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  "i,; c. Dealers in Meats  Markets at   Nelson,  Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon, Silverton, Netf-  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid-  and Vancouver.   Office wilh C. XV. West & Co., corner Hall and  Uaker streets.  City office of the Nelson Sodawator Faotory.  Corporatism of the Oily of Melson  , COUET   OF   REVISION.  Notice is liereby given that the Court of Revision of tin* City of Nelson, for tho pmpo&e of  hearing all complaints agaii>st the assessment  for t ho year J!X�� w ill be held in the city hall, Nelson, on Monday, Juno (lit. 1900, a.fr-10 oclock a.m.  AV. ��, WASSON,  Acting Clerk.  Nelson. May 1st, MOO  Nelson Ice Company  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ' 'ALL KINDS OP  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��#   (J#  TRAVES,   MaiiageF  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  General agents for Mirror Lake Ice Company.  Ice delivered m any part of the city. Office at  Oiand Central Hotel, Vernon and ward atieots  Phone li8.   P. O. box 13S,  ______  Notice is hereby given, tlint after one month I  will make application to the Chief Commissioner  of Lands and Works to pin chase one hundred  and <.ij.ly aero5* of land m the District of West  Kooten.iy, in tho Province of British Columbia,  hlluntcd on the wcs>k side of Kootonay lake, on  Boulder creek, about two miles j,outh of Balfour;  Commencing utlmtial Post marked "John Burk,  N: B. Corner," thence west, sixty-four chains,  thence south twenty-five chains, thence east  sixty-fourchuiiib, thence north tweaty-flvc chains  to tlio luiital Post.  JOHN BURK.  Dated at Ne!son this 7Ui day of April, 1900.  ootenay Steam  SL0MSER6 ��  dry  PKOPBIfiTORS  The only steam laundry in Nelson employing union labor  ase  tha Business  ile  T  ��RBAT REDUCTION  Hard Coal  Anthracite  TELEPHONE  33  S9B65|g^r'83Nresb   $8J��  DELIVERED  CLEANING  AND  REPAIRING  Fine Tailoring  YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel. MERCHANT TAILOR  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 shar�� of the general-  trade. J am now prepared-  to show the latest styles inj-  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. SQUIRE, Manager.  s  ���zt&Sis-.-, --  :?yS-  L-'li-i.-'ii :-:^___^'.y.' THE TBIBUNE:  NELSON B. C, WEDNESDAY; MAY 30, 1900  3  BANK OF MONTBEAL  CAPITAL, nil paid up..$12,000,000  REST     6,000,000  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  E. S. Clouston ..Genoral Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  Branches in London (England) New Yohk,  Chicauo, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and  Transfers.  Grant   Commercial  sell Sterling  Kxchango and Cable  and   Travelers'  Credits,  y pail of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado, Etc.  Savings Bank Branch  Cl/KItE.NT HATH OK IKTKKKST PAID.  THE   FRIEND_OF   LABOR.  (Jieonwood Tune*.  John Houston lias always been  co-isiderod a strong friend of labor.  The Martin government are running  Dr. Hall to defeat him.  Kobert Green fought in the interests of labor. Smith Curtis  spent ti week endeavoring to get a  candidate that would cut into his  vote, and at last succeeded.  Ralph Smith is surely a friend of  tabor, yet he has an uncompromis-  iing foe in the Martin government.  'C'homas Forster has always been  champion of the labor interests,  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  keeps   a  I'or   his  special  special  but Joe ..Martin  brand of abuse  benefit.  The labor men of Vancouver, who  lxiiow Joseph Martin, have been  forced in their own interests to run  t wo candidates against the 31artin  candidates.  Joe Martin says: "Death to the  Chinese." Joe Martin's candidate  in Richmond is Duncan Rowan, a  cannery owner, who employs Chinese and believes in Chinese labor.  Joe Martin's candidate in East  Kootenay is C. J. Burnett, another  believer in Chinese labor.  Joe Martin says, "Let us> fight the  ���Ottawa government and the Im-  joiial government on the Chinese  <|iiestion," and ac the same time defeats home legislation that would  prevent tho employment of Chinese  in tho mines.  THE  VICTORIA  CROSS.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,:  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  cer, two privates, seamen or marines. The first V. C. was won by  midshipman Lucas, of H. M. S.  Hecla, on June-21, 1854. During  the bombardment of a Russian fort  a live shell fell on board the Hecla.  Lucas picketl it up and threw it  overboard. It burst just before  touching the water. The V. C. is  worn on the left breast, suspended  by ti blue ribbon in the navy, and  by a red ribbon in the tinny. It is  illegal for a pawnbroker to accept  the Victoria Cross as a pledge under  any circumstances. The~ Rev. J.  Williams Adams, the only clergyman who won the V. C. gained it  in tho Afghan war of 70. "The  V. C. measiues one inch and two-  fifohs square. The actual, weight  of   the   metal   is  431  grains, just  Alex Stewart  Room 3, Turner & Boeeh Block.  NELSON.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD   OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,391,863  $1,554,710  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  E. Hay. Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, -221 Baker Street  J. M. LAV, Manager.  in the presence of the enemy. It  carries with'it a special pension'Of  ��10 a year, and should the holder  do some deed which if he had not  already won the cross, would have  gained it, another bar is attached  to the ribbon, by which the cross is  suspended. This bar carries an  additional ��5 a year pension.  NELSON   RIDING  three and a half grains less than an  ounce. Its intrinsic value is a.  penny farthing. The cross is only  awarded to officers and men who  have performed some signal act of  valour or devotion to their country  SLOCAN RIDING  To the Ifilcctors of tbe Slocan Biding:  Gen ri.i:Mhv���With the dissolution of the legislative assembly, tho duty again devolves upon  t he electors of I he Slocan riding to choose a mem  ber to icpicscnt thorn in the provincial legislature.  It is my intontion to become a candidato at tho  forthcoming election and with full confidence in  the lesult I again respectfully solicit the suf  frages of tho electors of the riding.  While I may point with pardonable satisfaction  to the manner in w Inch I nave conserved tho in-  Mines  Real Estate  Insurance  Loans  Notary Public and Conveyancer.  Rents Collected on Commission.  tercsth of the riding and sought to meet local requirements so far as piacticab'c, I have earnestly  endeavored to forwaid legislation m the interests  of the whole provinco, and such as would tond  towaid its material development.  Constant in attendance at the sessions of tho  legislature, I have been watchful that no vote of  mine should be wanting for any measure beneficial to my constituents, or the province as a  whole: nor Inn e I been neglectful of the interests of the wage cm nor, but have, in some degree at least, been instrumental in placing their  fair demands ---���-'������    ungs  t political party.   It is well per-  ild biiefly state some of the pun-  The Victoria Cross was instituted  by her majesty at the close of the  Crimean war, .Januaiy 29tb, JS5.1  Apart from those who have won  the V. C. in the present war, there  ���lie 100 living holders of the medal.  "lSi^ty-y&wo -Victoria Grosses were  won in the Crimean war: six in the  IJ.ior war of 1881. Sn all 130 odd  ���mosses have been won. The V. C.  ii a Maltese cross, made IVom cannon captured from the enemy. In  t ho center is the royal crest; below  ii scroll'bearing the words: "For  Valour." The reverse is bare. When  a very large number of men  are engaged in a daring enterprise the ci'o^s is awarded  by voles of their comrades to one  officer, one non-commissioned offi-  S200 cash foi lot on Carbonate street.  ��1000(rnsj terms) will buy lthe corner on Baker  street, good hotel site.  ?1000 will buj line corner on Vernon sticet, good  hotel site.  51200 \\ ill buy lot on Baker street noiirSherbrook  house.  Sl'tO (h.ilf cash) will buy,i lots m Bogustown.  $-')() to ��275 apiece foi choice lots on Carbonate  sticcl.  ��J5 per month will icnl 8 loomed house, immediate possession.  $8,">0, part cash, w ill bu> house and lot on Robson  street near Stanley stieet.  Collage and nice lot with fruit trees, J nulo point  Kanch af Pilot Ba\, liOaeios under cultivation.���  ��1.1)0 w ill buy cott.igc and lot on Stanley street.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  notice!  All qit.li i > men aie heicby notified that the follow mgscalo of wages has been adopted by the  Ijihutcis.' Piotcetn o Union, No. S121, A. V. of L  1 land (lnlloi��, $3.lT> foi 3 hoius,  On.u ly laboieis. $.i 00 foi <i hours.     -  JOHN Ml'LLKV  President.  P. C . SHACKLETON, teeuclary.  This scale of vwiges has been agieod to by the  tollowing- William Shackleton, J. B McGlue,  W. If. Webb. K. Ciumell, Joseph Bums, T. A.  btcvenson. W. Mai tin, K. Palunimst, John Ellis,  Chillies IIiUjci, Tom Wilson, John Oughton, S.  Kdliind ic Co.  amongst the principles tobeadio-  catedbya great  .haps that 1 shoulc  ciplcs which I have advocated and shall continue  to advocate until they aie incorporated in piovm-  cial legislation.  (1) I am in favor of an equitablo rodistubution  of the seats in tho legislative assembly, based  generally upon population, but with due regard  to the interests and ciicumstanccs of outlying  and sparsley settled districts.  (2) I shall advocate the govei nment ownership  of rail wa> s and other public franchises so far as  may be piacticable, and a general enactment  by which companies desiring to construct railways may be incorporated without special legislation, and that railways bonused by the province may be undor government control an to  their latcs and subject to purchase at government option.  (.1) I shall do all in my power to assist and sup-  poi t tho advancement and development of tho  mining intcicsts of the province, upon which its  piospentj is so maicrially dependent.  (1) I believe in the principle of the eight-hour  law and bhall permit no interference with the  law as it stands, and shall insist upon the retention of the penalty clause.  (5) I shall advocate a liberal expenditure upon  trunk roads and trails in tho various districts of  the province, belie* ing that upon such expendi-  turo the development of the vast resources of  tho country materially depends.  (6) I shall advocate, and if elected assist in,  the enactment of laws for the piopcr adjustment  of disputes botweon labor and capital, by a well  digested and equitably arranged syctem of compulsory arbitration.  (7) I believe that Asiatic und other cheap  labor is detrimental to the best mtciests of British Columbia. I shall thercfoic advocate its restriction so far as it may be intra vires of provincial legislation, and shall assist, in bringing such  pressure to bear upon the fedoral government as  may induce that govei nment to assist in the  woik. and will most emphatically insist that no  fciieh class of labor shall be employed upon any  public works undertaken by the province or upon  such works us are subsidized by, or many wa>  subject to tho contiol of the government.  (8) I believe that t he educational system of the  provinco may he materially in.pi ovctl and shall  f;ivc my hcai (jest as-sistancc in bringing it to the  ugliest stajc of cfliciency by the establishment of  noimal schools and cthei instrumentalities that  may tend to the accomplishment of that object.  IB) I shall al-o advocate and assist in the development of the agncultural resources of lhe  pioA nice.  (10) I believe thafc the monejs ot the province  should be owendod upon some broad and general  s>stem whicli would ensure the greatest amount  of benefit fiom such expenditure. In lhi<> riding  I havo endeavoiedto jnaiigmate such a system  bj having tlio vi ork upon roads and trajs placed  under siesponsiblu head, so that tho appropriation, iiecessanly inadequate under existing circumstances, might be benofloially and economically expended. Yours respeutf ully,  R. F. GREEN.  Kaslo, B. C��� MaylOlh, 1900.  To tiik Electors of thk Nelson Hidino :  Gentlemen���As the unanimous choice of a duly  -constituted contention of tlio supporters of the  Provincial Party in tho Nelson riding, I am be-  foicjouas a candidate for repicscntntne of tho  Nelson riding in the no\r. provincial legislatm e.  In this connection I desne to solicit 30111 votes  and influence 111 111) bolialf. Believing that  every man nspiung for membership should place  himself on rccoid on the main issues I take this  opportunity of slating that I am 111 favor of legislation upon the following lines:  1. licpresentalioii in tho legislative assembly  should be based on population, with such modifications as w ill gi\c sparselj settled dist 1 icts pio  pot tionately hugcr leprcsentation than rides and  thickb settled f.u uiing distiicts.  2. All legislation should he gencial, and not  special. A beginning has been made 111 this  direction by Ihecn.ictmcnt of laws undei which  cities can be mcoiporatcd, companies foi mod,  and water records obtained. Those should bu  added to by the passage of a gencial 1 ail way 111  corporation act, and one gmng municipalities  the same powers to acquire water recoids as aio  now accorded pnvatc corpoi.itions.  3. Public lands should be kept foi actual settlement, and land subsidies should not bo gianted  to aid the building of railways that whon built  ai cow nod by coi potations.  4. Go\01 nment owuciship of i.ulwajs is no  more a theory than municipal owneislnp of  public utilities. Both have been ti icd and found  to woik for the public good when capably and  honestly managed ; but m.iiiaking a commencement in government owneislnp of l.iilwajs in  this province, a section should be selected In  whicli the government ���would havo a free hand,  and not in sections wheie competition would be  met.  5. Prevention of the landing in this pro\inco  of Chinese and Japanese laboieis, and the discouragement of the cinploj ment of those already  here by every fair means possible.  C. Positive, not ncgatne. laws should only bo  passed. If the principle of a law is good, the  law should be eilcclivc. The eight-houi day for  men woikingundeigiound in metallifui011s mines  is now generally accepted as legislation in the  right ducction. I would opppse any legislation  that would repeal the penalty clause, 01 in any  other waj impair the effectiveness of the law as  it now stands.  7. To gi\ e immediate eftccfc, bj legislation, to  a resolution similar to that known ns IheMuloch  resolution, recently ' passed by the Dominion  House of Commons, -winch provides for the paj-  ment of fair wages on public woiks or -woiks  aided by go\ eminent subsidies. All contiactors  doing woik for either the piovince or for municipalities should be rcquued to pay laboi the 1 ate  of vages 1 tiling m the municipality or ncighboi-  hood in which the woik is to be done, the number of hours to constitute a da> on all such woik  to be fixed bj statute.  8. Courts ha\e been established in which 111-  dniduals and coipointions arc compelled to  settle disputes, howevci trmal. disputes that  seldom have any bearing on the gcnei.il piospcr-  ity of the community 111 -which the disputants ic-  sidc; and courts should be established for the  compulsoiy settlement of disputes between the  representatives of capital and labor, disputes  that too often aie far reaching in their damaging  eflects on the general piospenty of whole communities and districts.  9. Mining for the precious molals is the one industry which is benefiting, ditectly or indnectly,  every community 111 the piovince, and legislation  affecting the lnaustiy, 111 thew.ij of taxation,  should be based on the treatment and ninnuf.ic-  tuie within the province of the pioduct of the  mines, rather than on the output of the mines as  at present. '  10. Tho establishment of a buic.ui, with licnd-  qututorb 111 ihitish Columbia and not in Gietnt  Britain, to systematically adveitise all the  natural lesources and scenic afti.ictions of the  prov ince,  11. Organized!municipalities should be gi\cn  tho control of their public-sohwHvlPavmg to the  province the care of public schools m unoigan-  ucd distiicts and the maintenance of normal and  technical "chools.  12. Ti link roads and tituls should be built and  maintained al public e->.pe!)si\ ^ird I he'cost of  roads and trails to isolated mines and communities should bo boi no in part by the pio\ nice.  13. General hospitals should be undei government control, and the government should help  maintain physicians in spai sely settled sections  of the province. *     >  14. The gov eminent 111 power should make  oflici.il announcement, lor.i leason.ihle tunc be  fore the legislative assembly  meets, of all pio  Co��cd legislntion    Weie this done thee would  c fewejr hastily passed laws, laws which Hie too  often against tho public mteiest  All of which is lespcoliully submitted foi jour  consUlciation.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IF WIIAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL MAKE IT KOR YOU  CALL AND GKT PRICKS.  AMERICAN  AND  european  :plans  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  MEALS  25  CENTS  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO 91  Successors to  A. DEWAR & CO.  -1  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  White  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated -with Hot Air.  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vernon  * and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers In aerated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone 60.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  XTT F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker and  �� �� ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in   asaiyers supplies.   Agents for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  '    "        CIGARS.       '   ���"   ,  ���g-OOTENAY  CIGAR   MANUFACTURING  **���   CO.-Corner Bakor and Hall strceta. Nelson, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kootenay Bollo" brands of cigars.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  XT J. EVANS & CO.-Baker streot, Nelson,  ���*-���������   wholosalo    dealers   in   liquors,    cigars,  cement. Are brick and tiro clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and genoral commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTKVAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CON-  STR UCTION COM PAN Y���Wholesale dealeis in tclephunes, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block, Nelson.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  first-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for oommeroial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  FLOUR AND FEED.  TDRACKMAN - KER  MILLING   COMPANY  *-*   ��� CerealR, Flour,  Grain, Hay.   Straight or  Kootenny Points.  Flour,  mixed cais shipped  Grain elevators at nil  Grain,  to all  - - -  - - - "11 principal points on Calgary-  Kdinonton R. It.   Mills at Victoria, New Westminster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  TAYLOR  stieet.  FEED &  PRODUCE   CO.-B.iker  NeUon   (Gonrge    F.   Motion's old  stand),   Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty.   Coircspondence solicited.  Phone 28.  Njrs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  *  LATE OF THE ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.���Baker  street.   Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.  P.  Pine Lumber Always in  Stoctv  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned "Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchaqan's  DID   YOU   SEE  Curran's New  FRESH  lOe  Schooners  COOL  TRY   ONE;   OH,   MY!  The only Good   Beer in Nelson  CLUB HOTEL  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Cornor Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.   TTOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMI-  ���**��� TED���Vernon street, Nelson, wholesale  grocers.   TOHNCHOLDITCH& CO.-Front street, Nel-  **    son, wholesale grocers.   ���Ri 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 products.   JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street. Nelson.  ���   wholesalo   dealers   in   provisions,   cured  meats, butter and eggs.   IVJadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  A large stock of flrst-clasa dry material on  hand, also a fall line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard!   Foot,,of Hendryx street, Nelson  Telephone. 91    Jof||1   Ra6,   AgBIlt  JOHN HOUSTON  Tremendous Slaughter Sale  ;$25.��oo   Worth  of  New   DRY GOODS  to  he  Sold at a  Sacrifice  MOYIE    LOTS  FOR   SALE.  Lot  Lot  Lot  Lot  9  9  11  7  Block 1  Block 5  Block 6  Block 7  Cash Offer  Fop  All Foup  The only hotel In Nelson thab has remained  under one managementsinoe 1880.  The"bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar is always stocked by the best dom b-  tlo and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS Sc CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ���   streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies.  Powder Co.  Agents for Giant  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  B. C. HOTEL   ebie, b. 0.  First-class in every respect,  liquors and cigars.   JtSv  and resident guests,  ��� iraimit,  Choicest wines,  ivery comfort for transient  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH CAMPBELL, Proprietor.  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER   .���  Our stock is too large and  tccnt off regular prices.    This  sin ust be reduced.  Astonishing Bargains in Dress Goods.  k.") 1-ineii Homespun, ali the new-  .eafr mixtures, correct colors  .Cot' Tailor-Mtule Suits. Iteg-  iu'to*'$I..,30: during this salo  >iW yac'd      ���  JviMneh Eerie Finibh Covert  (Jiolh, guaranteed not to  t.pot or shrink. Regular price  $1;  per yard   ."it-inch Plaid Homespun, $1  yds. in each. Regular. $.">.2o;  your choice, each    $3.00  25 Dress Patterns, black and  color?, (5 yds. in each. Regular, .?6 and $7, now all one  price, per  pattern.........  !,�����() yds. Fancy Colored Dress  Goods. Regular, 40c xjer yd.;  special to clear, 0 yds. for..  must be reduced.     Everything will be sold at a  means some lines at cost, others below cost.    We  price ranging from  expect to lose  10 per cent  some money but  to 75 per  our stock  Dot  i,)C  Silks at Slaughter Prices.  150 yds. Fancy Wash Silks,  suitable for .summer blouses  or dresses. Regular, <50c;  sale price, per yard       12 Blouse Lengths of 4 yds. in  eachj the latest colors aud  stripes. Regular price, 75e;  to clear, per yard ,  350 yds. Taffetta^ Blouse Silks;  colors, sky, white, navy, cardinal, turquoise, mauve,  pink, cream aud several  others. Regular, $1 per yd,;  sacrifice price, per yd .....  35c  ��7lc  00c  4.30  1.00  A Thundering 'Kacket in Ladies' Tailor  Hades,  Ladies' Print  Wrappers  Prices.  at Very Close  See what we are selling at      $1.50  Parasols; our regular $1.50 for   M)c  Bargains in Lace Curtains.  12 Black Lustre Skirts, Linen-  ctte Lined, Velveteen Binding. Regular value, $3.50;  sacrifice piice         1.75  15 Bla ck Mattillissc Skirts. Per-  caline Lined, with Velveteen  Binding.   Worth $5; to clear   2.75  1 Dozen White Pique Skirts,  Regular $1.50; sale price....    90c  Bargains in Flannelettes.  Bargains in Towellings.  Ladies' Tailor-Mades-Continued.  0 All Wool Serge Skirts; colors,  black and navy with Soutache Braid Trimming.  Regular $10; very   special,  each   ,      $12.50 Tailor Made Suits for..  Hi.50 Tailor Made Suits for..  33.00 Tailor Made Suits for..  0.00  0.25  10.00  25.00  10c  ,   A Chance in Small Wares.  5 Dozen Fast Black Cotton  Hose. Regular, 15c; special  at '      ....  10 Dozen White Hemstitched  Handkerchiefs. "Regular,  JOe; stde price, 6 for     25c  25 Pair Black and Colored  Josephine Kid Gloves. Reg-  iilar, $1.50; while they last..  5 Dozen Corsets, No. 300  Worth 75c; our special for  5 Dozen Thompson's Glove Fit  ting Corsets,   Regular $2.50  now   Regular $3; now   Shirt Waists, Silk and Cotton.  2 Dozen Print Shirt Waists in  stripe patterns. Regular,  50c; to go at         25e  5 Dozen Fancy Percale Waists,  tho 75c quality, for      50c  i Dozen Summer Silk Hhirt  Waists. . Regular, $5.50; a  snap at -    2,50  1 Dozen Tucked Black TaHVitla  Silk Waists. Regular $7; a  bargain at     I.S5  i 3  75c r  ���>e  1.25  1.50  Bargains in Table Linen,  Bargains in Sheetings.  Mens" Furnishings Must (So.  Dozen Linen Collars,  4  ply. .  Worth 23c each; sale price,  2 for     25c  Dozen Colored Print Shirts.  Regular 75c; sale price, each    30c  Four-in-hand and  Knot Ties.  Regular 50c; while they last    25c  25 per cent off all Underwear.  5 Dozen Cotton .Sox to  clear,  per pair.   .        5e  Neglige Shuts, Top Shirts, Sweaters  to go at very low prices.  Bargains in Talble Napkins  ADDRESS  W, F. Teetzel, Nelson.  iTm.jjjdwig  3f.inufnctii]or8 of .ind  tlcalein in Hainci>s, Patik  and Stock SaddlckApara  .100?, (.'ollors. Undies nnd  Wlupi,  Nelson Harness Shop  Hnll Street, Nelson.  Houston:  Notice of Application for a  Certifl-   eate-of-Improvements.   liKOki.v lit11 Mr\i kvi Liuuv Mri m;i\ thi:  .AiN-swoieii   JTimm.   DnibiON    at   Wi si  KODII.MI DlSalltltl, AM) ll)l\l!:<> .\HOtJi  l��OMnnni'lliWl>il Ol t.M.VnMOIlill, AI>-  1<HMN"<. IIII. -Altl.'W-AS (j-NflM) AV1> U.MO.S  JIlM mi, I'I, MM-..  'I i\o nuiiLC Unit, I. It B. Young; Uctiiig ns  Ji^eut foi K J. Iiobuts fice iiudoi'n cpilillrntc  hjieuul Xo dSl, und A mm V. Jluuklcy. free  i)imort> coiliilcatL No H. llt'li) fito nunui's c��p-  tilltito No 15 1.4,1 Id, mUmkI, mM> tlajf fiojii the  date hereof, to ,ij>i>1.\ to tho ininiiiK recotder for  ii LCitifltnte of iiuiuof rmrnis for ilia jiiirjtosp o  obtiiiniiiK il (io��n ^miit of the above r-Jnim.  Aiul fin I he! I.iki'nohtx' lliiiL nclion, iiiiik'i hvo  i ion -17. miisi bo commenced Injun: the ihMinnce  (if sin h (iM'lillc.ilool niipiovcmoiiN.  IMtuI thK.>li)Kt.tyo��Ai)ill.*\. I)��� I'Mh  n. k. 'ioxjsc i\r,.s.  LAND   NOTICE.  Notice is heicby i^iu'ii tluiLiiflur ono month I  will imiki .i|)]iilciition toilic('lii(if CumuiiMdonor  of Liiiidh mid \S'oiksU�� piiitlimto foity ncief oif  land in tlio disliirt of Wusl KnoSenny In the  prownru of Itutish Culur'ihmi sifit.ilcd on the  t.isthnio af iCuatomiy Like, hot noun Lockhart  And I.tfrimci' Ofcln sir! follow'*. ('aiilMfdcliiK  nl ti iioston the bi.ich rn.u'kul "Initial 1'orI John  UihII.im 's N, W, Coi ni'i," thi'iK e southerly iiIohh  the Like '20 chuiiH. theine unsLeil} 20 ulinnirf,  IliciiLe iiodhuil} 20 clkins tficnus -westerly 20  ciinitih to the plnec of bciruinniL'.  JOHN UUDLAW.  Three dwolllnfj houses for sale on easy terras.  One lot  on   Stanley   stroet,  opposite  Royal  hotel, for salo at a bargain,  Ono seven-roomed house and one three-room  house for rent.  See ANNA BLB  Lethbridge Gait Coal  The best value for tho money In the market)  for all purposes.  tkkms cash     W. P. Tikrkey, General Agent1  Toleohnno (47.    Offlca with C. D. 3. Christie.  HARDWARE    COMPANY���'  ,  Nelson,  wholosale   dealers in  hardwaro and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supphe9.   VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY  LIMITED���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies plumbers and tinsmiths' supplies. Agnnta Ontario  Works. cr  LIQUORS AND DRY  GOODS.  Corner Vernon  TURNER,  BEETON & CO.-C  r and Josephine streets.  Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, oigarb and dry goods,  Pabst Brewing Co,    " " '       '  . ��� - Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   >   " paints" and. oils.  NKLSON HARDWARE COMPANY���Baker  Street-���Wholesale dealers in paints, oiIr,  and brubheE of all kinds. Largest btock in  Kootenay. *   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Bakor  street, Nelson, mamifactuiers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in capti and fuse, and electric  bhv'mjr annaratus.  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  - KOOTENAY-BELLE--  CJGARS  UNION MADE  SASH AND DOORS,  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  LIMITKD-Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturer** of and wholesalo dealers  in sash and doors, all kinds of factory work mado  to order.   TENTS   AND   AWNINGS.  NELSON TENT AND AXS XING IWCTORY���  Baker btreet, Nelbon. Manufacture!fa of all  kinds of tents, awnings, and canvas, goods.  P. O. Box 7I>.   Theo. Madson. proprietor.   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED -Cornar Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers iu wines (cat>e and. bulk)  aTifl flfuwRMtlrt nnd imported cigars."  _____ ^  CHARLES PARKKR���Mining nnd nulling engineer.   West Baker street, Xelson.  &  kootenay Gigar Mfg. Oo.  KKI.SOX, niMTISH COLUMIIU  R. REISTERER & CO-  I3RICWKR8 AND BOXTt��RS Of  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery si Kelson  Dated at NeKoii,  1!XK)���  B.C., thn .lid d.ij of April,  Kootenay   Coffee   Co,  NELSON, B. C.  Coffoo roasters and doalnrs In Tea and Coffoo.  Offer fro-A roasted coffoo of best quality as  followb:  Java aud Arabian Macha, por pound. 9  40  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounds   I 00  Fine San ten, 1 pounds   1C0  Santos Blend, 6 pounds  I 00  Our Special Blend, S pounds   1 00  Our Rio Roast, 0 pounds  100  A trial ordor solicited.   Salesroom 2 doors oaefc  of Oddfellows block. West, R.ilcor street.  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply O. li. LENNOX, Solicitor. Nelson B._C  NOTICE   OP   MEETING.  :'���- Tho Nelnon pimnbo'r*, tfns und Klciuri filters'  union meet* every second mid fourth Friday at  the Minora' Union hall at8 p.m.  ...   11. WKEKS, Socrct&ry pro ten.  me  CHOiCg WINES ANS LIQU0HS  Special attention given to family trade  Telephone 03 j����  lent  Baker street,  Nelson, li. C.  MANAGER  Portland, Oregon, Postoffice Box 464  Holders of Hall Mines, Limited,  .stock, either preferred or common,  will please communicate with me,  as 1 am instructed to buy tip same  in any quantities. Wire 1110 at my  expense. O. -AL Rosendale, P. O.  box 10 J, Portland, Oregon.  Flowers and  Plants  I'uliiiH fix feet higli. 500 roses-, pot grower in-  20 varieties. A choice collection of Iioumo and  bedding plants. Thousands to ��e!oct from. Cut  tlowora and designs. Inspection invited. Tho  Nelson Green Iloiiso,-Front Mtreet, two blocks  cast of wharf, I>. McORKATH.  Orders by mail promptly filled.  FEATEENAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODOK. NO. 23, A. K. & A. M.  Meets second Wednesday Is each month.  Sojourning brethren Invited. .,  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS��� Nolson Lodge, No,  26, Knights of Pythias, moots iu I. O. O. K.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootonay streots. ovory  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting ICnighU  cordially invited to attend. R, O. Joy, K. of R.  _. ?i Leonard Scott, O. O.      _ _  _^   XTELSON h. O. L., No.liKS, meets in I. O; O. F.  A�� Hall, corner Bakor and Kootenay streets,  1st) and 3rd Friday o�� each month, Tldltlng  brothern cordially lnvitod. K. Kobinion, W. M.  W. Crawfoid, Itocordmg-faccietnry. ^_   NKLSON jWIUK, Number 22, Fraternal Order  of Kogles, moottf ovory second and fourth  Wednesday lueaoh month In Fmtoinlir Ha!L  Visltlngf brethren volcoino. W, GomioII, Prest  dont,   Oharlcb Proisor, Hocretarj.  TRADES ~WldNT  KTKLSON MINEHS* UNION NO. W, W.  ���*�����   M.���Mectrf in mintr-,' union r  V. of  roo'iib, poith-  east<orner Victoria and ICooifiny htiools, ovcry  Sivturday avcning ut S o'clock. Visiting maul'  born welcome. M. It. Mouatt, I^roi-idcnU Jimiea  WiUoh. Beciotary.     milAOES AND I/ABOIt COUNCIL -'1 tie rcgu-  ���*��� lar meetings of tho NoNon Ti ados mid Ijiibor  Council will bo held in the miner',' union hull,  cornor of Victoria nnd Kootenny hticcts, on the  fln>t and third Thursday of each month, at,  7.30 p. ni. G. J. Thoipc, Pichidcnt, J. H.Muthe-  json, tiec.rei.ir>. ,   THK regular meelinrfs of the Carpenters' Union  are hold on Wednesday evening of each  week, at 1 o'clock, i'i the Miners' Union hall cor-  npr vieto:ia and Kootenay streets. K. Iiobtn-  son, Picident.   Jutucs Colling, Secretary.  BAUBEnS' UNION.���Nelson Union. No. 1'fi.ot  the Intel national Journeymen U.iibpr'<< L n-  ion of Aincricii, tneets cverj llrst and third Slon-  dnj of ouch month in Miner's Union II.Ul, corner  of Victoria and Kooionav street!!, at 8'30 p.m.  sharp. Visiting bi others cordial)} muted to  attend. J. H. Matheson, President. W. S. Bel-  vlllo, SecreUiry.  C1GAK >fAlvKRi>1 UNION moots 1st Tut-sdiy  in evei> month in the W. V. >I. hall.    >Aec,  uth c board meets'c\orj Saturday.  B~ 7aCKLAYKIl.s AND MASONS' TNION.  'iho Uucivlaiers and M.isons International  Union No ,'t of Nelson iiieet��> si mml nnd fourth  Tucsilu\s in each month at Mineis' Union hall  J. W. htchor, pic utent; Joseph Olaik, recording  nlid_<,oiic>]WwlmgsQei_<^L,i.r}:L -  T ABOHKItS IrNiON.-VeNon Ijsliorort' Pio- '  J-1 tectne l/tnoti. No. 8121, A, I", of I... meets m  MmcrH1 Union Hall, noitiK.ii.st vornyr of Victoria  aiul ICootcn.ij stieet", t\crj Monday 0Av>iiinf;  nt 8 l> in. shaip. VisiUng lneinbcis of the Aineii-  can iVdoiutiun ( oulinlli in\ ittil tonttend. John  Mullen, Presiyeut. Percy Shackolton.yecrctary..  NKLSON PAINTEI1S' UNION���Tho regular,  meeting of the Painters' Union is. held.  tl.citrsL and "third Fridays in each month at Min;.  cr.s' U i) iou hull at 7:30 Mmrp.  T. O. SUatlM). President..  WUU. Uatch, iScorotarjv  ]���$&_ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. G, WEDNESDAY MAY 30 1900
Rubber Gloves
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Furniture Polish
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Meriden ware. Our word for it—the
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The Meriden Britannia Co., by over
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can touch. Come in and see some of their
late productions,
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Our Clearance
of Dry Goods
Sale
is still on'and will be continued until all is sold. Linen for skirts
at 10, 15, and 20 cents per yard;-White Dress Duck,'regular 20c
goods, sale price 12 Jc per yard; regular 25c-goods, sale price 15c;
White Pique at 15, 20 and 25 cents. A" large range of Underskirts from $1 up.J   All other dry goods sold at proportionate prices.
A. FERLAND & OO.
ELLIOT BLOCK, BAKER STREET.
IT IS WELL KNOWN
Th.it wo are the reco(?nbed leaders in earning the choicest,
and besi gtiulos of Tea* and Coffees.   Tins fact has been
i       i llioioughly pi oven by *thc public appreciation of llie same,
vhich has caused our bales to increase in Uic abprc line0
full} .">0 percent. To those v ho have not tucd our loadcts
wo aie hIwims pleased, to submit tuunplc-, iiflcr which yoti
i t.idil> sec thai j ou have been nnj ing tlio same for nn article
■which could nol for a moment becompaicd with it. We aro
blire io please }ou, us ourqtock iscomplefc&nd the best that
Money cm buy. ■
The Western Mercantile Company, Limited.
BAKER STRKKT, NELSON, B. C.   _
■-W _0_ __*M
Just
A large consignment of ihe latest
styles of hats, union and custom
made.   Clothing  for bargains  at.
. THEO MADSQN'S
CLOTHING   HOUSE.
BAKER   STREET,
a    a
NELSON.
BISCUITS
We have just received a fresh   consignment   of  Christie's famous
Fancy Biscuits and  Cream Sodas.
Also McCormick & Company's Jersey Cream Sodas.
Jl>. O. BOX 170.
HOUSTON BLOCK.
Telephone !<<!.
D. Xf. Terry & Oompati} 's Seeds.
Fiesjj Egns Received Daily
John 4- Srviqg 8. Go
Opposite Postoffice
The Maxim gun belonging to the^
Itille Company, has been moved buck to the old
quarter:* in llio government buildings. The instructor who i* to come from Ksqimniilt to i--
struct the local militiamen in gun drill should be
here any day next week. /
John   W.   Petch,  charged   Avith'
theft, will be. brought before judge Forin on
I luirsday morning at. 11;!W o'clock to elect as to
the manner of his trial.
A man named Croteau reported to
the police yesterday that his valise and contents
had bain stolen from tho Sherbrooke hotel.  •
The   registrar   of   the   supreme
com thus given a duiUiou in lhe matter of ICiilin
Vs. Tisher, a b.indon case, b> uhn,h the defendant is awarded $ ill damages.
TIip insurance companies are paying the 1os-,oj sustained in the big sandon fir?.
H jtlim the past few days the I'homix of London
has distributed SIS.OiH) among its policy holder.
A special meeting of Nelson Aerie
No. 22, l-iateni.il older of Kaglea, will be held in
l<'idteiMl} Hall this evening .it S o'clock.
The   following new books  have
been acquued bv the .velson Public Librar\. To
lla\e and to Hold, fcoplua. Red Fott.igo, JUbcs m
tho Hush, The Hl.ick Wolfs Breed Loia Itobeils
ot JOindciluu, The (iaiden ol Juleti, Via Orucis,
The Lui.itic at Laige, 1'iiboneis .it laige, The
Kamngdoiis, Ihet.'ioen Rag, A .Master ot ('mlt.
The 'Ii.in Mini fiom \\ itliin, Thiec Men on
Wheels.
The last  payment  on the Birds-
cje bond, amounting to ?S7U0, will bo paid tod.™.
'1 he woik of pumping out the shaft, now that the
influx of suiface watoi has ccasci, \\ ill be begun
onFndii) or biituid.u, and it is e\occtcd that
mining opeiations will be m full swing bv the
first ot next week, l'he mine has an excellent
showing, and there is no leason whi. wilh moie
development, it should nol soon become :i dividend p*}ei.
Born, at noon yesterday, to the
wife of George V. Motion, a daughter
The Pontiac mine, situated in the
Lardo-Duncan disti ict, is bomg bonded for §50,-
1)00 bj nn English syndicate, which is making
prcpatations to do a laige amount of work on
ihe piopeity and will commence shipping ore as
as soon as tiie (J. p. K. build the lino of railway
liom Laido to DuncaaC.t}.
A general meeting of the  mem-
beis of lhe gun club has been tailed by picsident
Ueorge hlctlc for tomoriow night .it lhe fireball.
The club will discuss the niraugcnicnts for the
Dominion J)i\ shoot when the club hopes to ha\e
se\er<<l outside organizations wsit the city to
compete with the lot.il iraiksmcn. One of the
tcatuicsof the proposed piogiam will be a team
shoot, in which five membcis of each club represented will compete for a tiophy.
The largest blast fired on the
Balfour extension was lou< lied off Monday afternoon on Angus Stew ait's section at Nine mile
Point It was nece-sar} to icmo\c a big rock
Mull, and 65 kegs of powder were used.
J. W. Bowel], a customs officer at
Vancou vet, was in the citj  yesteiday and took
j tho me isui ements of the lug Pi octet with a Mew
to determining her tonnage whicli has toibe m-s
eluded vhen'the ti.ift"s papois aie made"out,
The officers of the Nelson Rifles
will apply to the Dominion Da} celebration committee for a grant toonltrlnin the Kossland and
Kaslo companies of the Kocky Mountain Hungers.
Tho ihieo companies would make a ci editable
military tm nout. /.
,E. V. Bodwell, Q.G., of' Victoria,'1
was in the city }esterd.ay On route to Holland.
The   funeral   of   the   late Mrs.
David Crawford look"p]m,e ^->tertlay at Se.i-
foith, Ontario, the deceased lad vs native place.
Harry   Hamilton, son of   train-
niiisfer John Hamilton, has entciod the O. P. R
fi eight ofllce.
Alfred Larsen of Nelson recorded
llio li.insjfci of a quailer interest in the Spokane
JJieim mineial cluim located on Giohman creek
to John Johnson.    The consideiation was ?1(XK)S
The first' Canadian military rifle^
Ifagui' match will bet-hot at the ranges on Satur-
diy af toi noon. A meeting nf the inciubeisof the
Nelson Rifle Annotation and the militia company has beep called foi- Fnd.ij n-ght. The
teams for the match will be chosen and other
m.ittois disposed of. The meeting takes plaec in
the board ot tiado iooius. f /
Herr Steiner's band will give an
open tin conceit this e\emngon Hie balcony of
tne Xelson house, Bnkci stieet, when the following pi ogranime w ill be rendc) cd Jlai eh—Yo-ing
Aiiieiie.m: ga^otle—Stephanie: cake walk—'lhe
coon tamo back, medley ovei tin c, introducing
popular songs, Mj Ann lUi/er, ijacianicnto
Valley. Rosio fJaicj, Ho\cdat man, 1 \e waited
lionoj.lsng for}ou. Hollo ma bal>}, and Smoky
mokes:sckctioii of Hcolch ajis, Kootenay lifles
nut eh by Jlcrr Steiner, dedicated to the Nolaon
company, .    	
HOTEL ABBIVALS.
A i i hk Phair -G. .1. Wondci, V.incomcr, W.
He.itlicotc, Ka-.lo: .1. 1 red Itilehie, Kossland; J.
Calhighan, Vanco't\ei, U.K. lUshd.Ul.Xcw Denver; Jaiiit"? V. Welch, Nine-iiiile point.
A'l nn. IIi'.Mi. It. MtGune, Molly Gibson
nunc; ('. Plowman, Camp Mansfield;!*', Olaik,
Kaslo- T. T. liiiiigl.is', Vancouver; O. J5. Smith-
eiingale, hiocan Cilj; J. JL Coombs", Mis. M.
Majlico, Winmiicg, JL L. V. Galbiaith, Kort
Steele: 11. M, Koomson, Toionlo; J. SScotf, Mon-
fieul, tl..Ionian and wife, .Vakiihii: 11. Jl.ivley,
Giand P'oiks; V. W. Coleman, W. Clarke, Trail;
('. W. Vounir, Howhor,
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'   DR. ALEX  FORSN
Okkici::   Ifiu'h-io.v Iit.oi'ii.
Fisiiing Season of 1900
JAKE CAUDAUR WILL GOME
Championship Eace Probable.
A race for the professional
sculling championship of the world
now seems very likely to be held on
the lake here during the Dominion
Day celebration. Jake Gaudanr,
champion of the world, has signified his willingness to row any
man in the world here next Dominion Day, if he is guaranteed $500
and his hotel expenses. A similar
reply has been received from Johnston, the North Pacific oarsman.
All that is necessary is the raising
'/oi the necessary funds, and there
seems no doubt that that will be
accomplished. There is also a
chance of other competitors. The
course here could not be excelled
anywhere in the world, and such
an event would be an immense attraction to all lovers of such spoi'ts.
The Winnipeg and Coast rowing
clubs have also been written to,
and it is hoped that they will send
crews.
Canvassing with regaid to the
trade's procession wa.s also started
yesterday. F. W. Peters interviewed a number of the prominent
firms of the city, and so far all have
agreed to put up a float. So this
procession should be even finer
than last year.
All that is needed is a little
money to follow up past records by
making each celebration an improvement on the one of the year
before, and Nelsonites can bo relied
upon to go down to their pockets
on such an occasion with all their
old time liberality.
Option Taken Up.
Taylor & Hannington, acting under instructions from Ernest Mansfield, yesterday took up the option
of the assets of the West Kootenay
Brick & Lime Company,  including
the Balfour brickyard and the marble   quarry opposite Kash).      The
option   was   for  $25,000,  and   the
final payment of $15,000 was made
yesteiday.   Mr. Mansfield has succeeded in organizing a very strong
compauy to operate the properties,
aud special attention will be paid to
the production of marble, for whicli
a   strong   demand    exists.       The
quarry will be worked on a large
scale   with    the    most    improved
■ machinery, and shipments will be
made Lo the Coast, Winnipeg, Spo-
^Jkane and other points.    The proper
development of this industry will
be of considerable benefit to Nelson, and the successful flotation of
' the company is another tribute to
Mr.  Mansfield's  energy and enterprise, and to the confidence reposed
in   his   judgment by old country
capital.     .   	
Yesterday's Locations.
- The following locations were  re-^
gistered at the  mining  recorder's
office yesterday;'   The John W  on
Toad   mountain,   located    by   Sol
^ Johns ; the Theima, at the head of
Barrett creek, by Edmund Chapse;
Referee near the head of Barrett
creek, by Prank  Simpson;   Mennie
/on Round mountain, near Ymir by
Joseph Farrule; Bijou on the north
side Pend d' Oreille river by N. E.
Adair; Gein at Procter mountain
on the Pend d'Oreille river by
Jack Hook; Copper Glance on South
fork of Salmon river by J. T. Busby;
ESTABLISHED 1892
H.   BYERS   &  CO.
HARDWARE      r
ESTABLISHED 1892
Garden, Mill, Steam and Suction
Hose.
Crucible   Cast  Steel
5-16 to 1-in. in
Wire Rope
stock.
Leather and  Rubber Belting.
Sheet, Square and Round Rubber
Flax and Garlock Packing
Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails
the Oroea on west side of Procter
mountain by J. H. Nolan ; Sunrise
on the north side of-Pend d'Oreille
river by J. C. Wilson; Silver Crest
on the southwest side of Stag Leap
mountain by C. Wilson. Certificates of work were issued to Ovid
Paulin on the Lone Star and Golden
Star claims.
Farewell to Rev. J. Robson.
The Methodist church was the
scene of a delightful social reunion
last evening, when the congregation and members of the Epworth
League met to spend a pleasant
hour with Rev. John Robson, B. A.,
and wife on the evo of their departure to their new home in Vancouver. The church was crowded, and
the proceedings were of an interesting nature. Charles McHardy, president of the league, occupied the
chair, and after extending a hearty
welcome to those present, and explaining the object of the gathering, introduced an excellent proj
gramme. Addresses were made by
Rev. J. Colter White, M. A., and
Mr. Robson, the latter referring to
the progress made by the church
during his pastorate, and the regret he felt on severing his connection with the church and city a
year earlier than he had anticipated. J. Howell followed with a
speech appreciative of Mr. Robson's
services to the church, and concluded by presenting him, on behalf
of the congregation, with a purse
containing a substantial sum in
gold. The gift was gracefully acknowledged. One of the ladies of
the church then presented Mrs.
Robson with an address from the
Ladies' Aid Society expressive of
tlieir appreciation of her services as
president. The address was accompanied by- a handsome silk dress,
the receipt of which Mrs, Robson
replied to in feeling terms. The
rest of the evening was spent ia
social intercourse the. ladies of
the church serving refreshments.
Evening Star Drill Started.   „
The air was turned on the Evening Star by superintendent Cham-
berlainfor the first time at 10:59
yesterday forenoon in the Evening
Star. Frank Watson and other
mining men were present to witness
the- event. One machine was in
operation, cutting out a station on
the lower tunnel. The intention is
to sink a winze in tliis station aftor
it is completed. In a few days
three machine drills will be put to.
work and then the development of
the Evening Star will make rapid
progress. Mr. Chamberlain reports ,
that the mine is in first class shape.
—Rossland Miner.
Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron
Soft Steel Plates
1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120
Agents—Truax Ovo Cars, Giant Powder, and Metropolitan Fuse, etc.
H. BYERS & CO.
NELSON
KASLO
SANDON
Refrigerators
Prices from $10 to $30
LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY
i ■tr^_\r%;l-_\''-_\"'_t"_t"_i-&-iS •■^-—'■
to   185 Baker Street.
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KIRKPATRICK  & WILSON.
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to We have removed our place of business
jjj for the next few months to the, old Burns
ii; shop, next to the Nelson Hotel, where we
to hope to see all our old customers and many
w new ones.   Give us a call.
to 	
xti
$ KIRKPATRICK & WILSON
to
185 Baker Street
Telephone IO.   to
to
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Some Plain Facts
About Clothing
w
Independence
Charles 0. J. Ohristie
GENERAL BROKER
4 doors west of Dominion Kxpress office.
1*. 0. Box 623.   Phoncfe: Oflicc Ul, Houso 1..
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.
Three fix ioom houses foi icnt.
Pool ohUxto 111 all pin Is of Hie cil\ foi
lie
AfiKN'T Wit S. S  KIMIJV1.1/.S h.\l''K8
INSURANCE.
LOANS.
REAL ESTATE
INSURANCE AND
GENERAL AGENT
First door west
of Bank of British
Columbia building.
Baker Street
Canada Drag & Book Go.
A man who has a GOOD
WATCH, one he KNOWS
keeps correct time, is the
most independent man on
earth in this particular. You
may doubt his time but that
does not bother him, he
KNOWS his watch is right.
All our customers feel so.
NKLSON'
NOTICE.
All jiliihtciei'M .ire wiueetcd fo meeL in tlio Elliot bliiok at 8 o'olock on Thin Mlsir c\ cnuiff. the
"Hfil instant,, when business of importance will bo
trcuiwietcil.   By ordor of (lie Committee.
GENEBAL - MEBCMAN
LARDO, B. C.
ITuviiiR b^ilt a now htoro and reccivcfl t\ new
Mock of goofla, I uin m a position to outfit all
piospoctorjgoingintodio Lardo-Duncui countiy
as clicip us .my meicbant in Kaslo or Nelson.
Billy Ealej is nlvtn}sat X«inlo witli anImalH, and
i« ready to undertake any froSgliUnj; that may be
Offered him.   Giro me a trial.
Envoys Leave Washington.
Washington. Ms.y_2Q._-Thethree.
Boer envoys left WasMngfcoii this
afternoon for the north. They will
go to New York and Boston,
BUSINESS  MENTION.
Lost- From  the   hallway in the
Siicrbrooko hotel, a vallso with blankets j?tm;tped
lo It. No quo*! ions will be a^ked an j one letnrn-
iny same to Clarke hotel—Al, J. (Jrutoati.
Furnished  rooms   to let—Apply
Ciinioj block, one door east of Oddfellow's ball.
Lost—On    Sunday—A    pair   of
lady'stglaksftt.   Pindoi will boMiitably tcuiudvd
bj returningsanio to 1'. O. Pox 131, Nelson,
For   sale. —Furnished   hotel   for
salo olieiip. .A pply at Cabinet Cisar btoi u, Nolhon.
Wanted—A good geueral servant
a'vl. His, S. ti, Taylor, oorner Carbonate and
Waid Mloots.
Wanted—position   as     a     wire
splicer. Uudcriitamlt. the care of tramwais.
A bio lo take full cn aof transwaj siuid won. un-
doiBtands all kinds of littginif work. Apply lo V,
XV. Brock, lock box'._, Clem, Idaho.
A good opportunity for man and
wife, Homo and good p.ij wk business. Gapital
necessary fm.  Applj W. Knbh, Vcstofllco.
Man and wife wants to manage,
iout, or lease hotel or boarding houso anywhere.
Fully competent and icliablo. Address Mrs,
Hadley, Post Ofllce.
Gardening—Employment wanted
by c practical nmp. Residential grmindslaldout,
etc.  Address, \v, W. Wihon, Nolson
Wanted—Position as stenographs and tj puwrltor by lady of oxperionce—Re-
rei etioos. No objections to going out cf city. Ad-
drors Stenographer, Tnbune.
For sale—Black Minorca eggs for
hatching, ?i 00 per sitting.   Ho* 683, Nelson.
Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific
Transfer barn on Vornon street. Telephone
call 35.
For Sale.—One-third interest io
Mineral Claim near Ymir, for $100, mon&y fco bo
expended in development. Apply to Alox
Stewait, Turner tt Bocckh block. Nelson.
For sale—the north half of block
100, Nelson.  Address P. O. Bo\ 572, Nolson.
Spot easli paid for second-hand
goods of all kinds at Lhe Nelson Bazaar, Malone
& Tiegilliib block.
Houses furnished with new and
second-hand furniture, or mixed newond secondhand furmiure, on tho installment plan, by t?VJ
Nelson Bazaar. Malone & TrcRillus block,
$j We are now showing the finest stock of Spring
$j and Summer Suits in Nelson. There are several
g points of merit in our Suits. They are all of the
$ latest cut and are lined all through with the best
# linings. They are tailored better than Suits offer-
g ed elsewhere at much higher prices. The fabrics
W are the best in the market. We lead ail others
§ for values in
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m
Gents' Furnishings
Hats and Caps
Boots and Shoes
m
®
g We know that our values cannot be equalled by
1 any other house in Nelson.   We are so sure of
this that we will give money back if it cannot toe
proven. - fl$
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GET YOUR
GHAKDEUERS
WIRED FOR
NO MATCHES REQUIRED, ALWAYS BEaDY
Kooteqay iktim Snpply &
Construction Go.
JOSEPHINE STREET NELSON
Headparieps ftp Portland Cement, Km Bricks,
Fire Clay, American Cumberland Coal [Blacksmiths]
B. P. BITflET & m., lift,, Yietoia
Special quotations given for carload lots
A. a GRAY, P_0. box 521, Nelson, B, C.
Kootenay Agent?

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