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Array is  CENTRAL AND NORTHERN KOOTENAY  Have more silver-lead mines and prospects  than any other mining country  in the world.  unc  SOUTHERN KOOTENAY AND YALE  Have  the largest gold-copper mir.es ever  discovered, and their output will be  millions for years.  DAILY   EDITION:  FIRST YEAK--NO. 57.  NELSON, B. C, FRfDAY AFTERNOON, MARCH   10,  18!)!)  WEEKLY   EDITION:  SEVENTH YEAR���NO.  Ifi.  FOR CIVILIZING THE PHILIPPINES  NEW   MISSIONARIES   ARRIVE.  The United States Transport Grant Arrives  at Manila With Forty-two Officers  and 1716 Enlisted Men.  Washington, March 18.���A cablegram  received at the War department dated  Manila 10th, says that the transport  Grant arrived with troops in good condition. The Arizona and Newport leave today for San Francisco. The Grant  brought the fourth infantry and four  companies of seventeenth infantry. This  adds to the,troops under general Otis  forty-two officers and 171G enlisted men.  Manilla, March 10.���11.15 a.m.���Rebel  incendiaries landed at the village of Pan-'  dacan last night, for the purpose, it is  said, of terrorizing those of the inhabitants who do not sympathize with the insurgents. A number of native houses  were destroyed. ���  The United States transport Grant,  which sailed from New York on January  Jl) th, having on board major-general JViw-  ton and the Fourth regular infantry and  a battalion of the Seventeenth regular infantry arrived this morning.  With the exception of at San Pedro and  Macatie, where the Filipino sharpshooters  incessantly annoy the American troops,  mi-tters are unusually quiet along the  line.  New York, March 10.���A despatch to  the Herald from Bacolon, Negros island,  says: After a pleasant voyage the So.  Paul, carrying the deputation from  Negros, colonel James F. Smith, the first  American governor, and a battalion of  the First California regiment, major  Simes commanding, arrived at Iioila on  March 3rd. As the vessel entered the  harbor at u.idda5r, it found artillery in  action and general Miller's command advancing into the cocoanut plantations at  the right of the line. Iliolo was terribly  wrecked by insurgent incendiaries and  presents a scene of havoc and.devastation.'  Magnificent, residences aud great warehouses were totally .wrecked.- General  Miller and his staff are confident they can.  hold the* town. The insurgent strength  is not definitely known, but it- is believed  that there are two thousand men armed  . ..vjth'./."*-jreai.ms - ao.cL_. ,.tjwp.. jthou'.and.,  with bolas. They follow .'similar tactics  to those, followed -at -Manila,  dropping  - irritating shots into the1 American lines  throughout the night, but never appearing in sufficient strength to justify a resolute forward movement.   Few casualties  - are reported.,  'Sau Francisco, March 10.���George ,N.  Holden of Washington, who returned  from the Orient on-the Hong Kong, has  in his possession eleven hundredclaims of  officers and men" oh Dewey's fleet for head'  money. /The claims are to be filed with  the court of claims, for final action. The  head money for admiral Dewey and his  officers and men will aggregate $187,500 or  $100 per headi'pr the 1S75 officers aud-men  of admiral Montejo's fleet. The prize  money for officers and men under admiral  Dewey will amount to $400,000, plus the  salvage,of the three vessels recently  raised. "This money will be distributed  t by the United States district court.-'  '. Speaking*- of admiral Dewey, Mr: Holden  says, '.'While'somewhat worried, owing to  exacting duties and responsibilities of his   position, he-said his health was good, and  he looked I'ajrly well, too."  Transfers and Certificates of Improvement.  Tho transfer of the following mineral  claims were recorded today at the Nelson  office: Emma, situate two miles south of  Hall Siding, east of Salmon river���Charles  F. St oil to J. S. Robbius of Rossland, one-  half interest; Thelma, Emma, Robbins  Fraction, Ralispel, situate about two  miles south of Hall Siding-J. S. Robbins  to Mrs. Clarence Brown, one-quarter interest, consideration $-100. Certificates ot  improvement have been issued for the  followingn)inei*al claims: Jubilees to W.  J. Nelson; Morning Star, aud Evening  Star, to Ernest Kennedy and J. L.- Ken-  berlain said it would be competent for  any future parliament to pass an act annulling the Reid railway contract with  the colony of Newfoundland.  Kipling is Improving.  New York, March 10.���Rudyard Kipling  passed a restful night. Mr. Doubleday  said this morning that the author was a  -shade better than yesterday. Mr. Kipling has asked for his children several  times, but the doctors have refused his  request. He does not yet know of Josephine's death. He will not be told of it  for a couple of days longer. The child  Elsie is said to be doing well. Mrs. Kipling is maintaining that heroic fortitude  which she has displayed to such a wonderful extent since the great sickness fell  upon the Kipling family.  Murderer Hanged in New Jersey.  Elizabeth, New Jersey, March 10.���Louis  Roesel was hanged here at 11.13 o'clock  today. Louis Roesel and George Mans-  hand, on the night of September 17th,  1807, killed James Pitts, a wealthy farmer  of Summit, New Jersey. Robbery was  the object of the murder. Each confessed  participation in the crime, accusing the  other of striking the blow that killed  Pitts, but the state accepted Manshand's  story as state's evidence, and convicted  Roesel of murder in the. first degree.  Manshand was sentenced to prison for  twenty years.  Germany Will Buy the Islands.  - New York, March 10.���A dispatch to the  Herald from Manila states that general  Rios, commander of the Spanish forces,  resigned owing to the fact that the government at Madrid consulted with the  archbishop of Manila as to the beat means  ef liberating the Spanish prisoners. Oo  receiviner 'satisfaction he resumed his  office. Spain now requires him to occupy  ,the Carolihe, Marianne and Pelew islands  before handing them over to Germany,  which country is apparently the purchaser. _���   The Cracker Makers Combine.  San Francisco, March 10.���The Call confirms the report that all the principal  cracker manufacturers on the Pacific  Coast will soon be combined in a trust,  with a capital _of over $5,000,000. -The  greater portion of the capital mill be furnished by eastern- men. All of the big  establishments in this.city.it is "stated,  .wjill_.be invthe CQmbine.,.,_y^ith,.tl-ies]e^ill:  be joined tlie leading firms in Spokane,  Portland, Seattle, -Los Angeles,- Sacre-  mentoaud Stockton.        .- -      .  Cecil Rhodes and Emperor Bill. ' , .  New York, March 10.���A Berlin cable  to the Herald says that Cecil Rhodes will  arrive here today. The'objeefc of his visit  is to have an audience if possible, with  the kaiser, andto obtain his majesty's adherence to his project of a railroad from  the Cape to Cairo, passing, through German South-African territory. He will, it  is said, be granted, the desired audience,  in which case there is every- prospect of  him-carrying his point.  MUST PAY FOR WHAT THEY GET  THE   CITY   ORDERS   METERS.  For  the  Purpose  of Chocking up  Some  the Reckless Consumers of City  Water and Electric Power.  of  MET AND PASSED RESOLUTIONS  PLEDGING   MOR.A-L   SUPPORT.  Yesterday afternoon, after ' the city  council had passed the resolution asking  the manager of the Bank of Montreal to  place to the credit of the city the proceeds of the electric light debentures and  honor the cheek issued by the corporation  in payment for the electric light company's plant and franchise, the .council  appointed aldermen Fletcher, Thomson  and Kirkpatrick a committee to report to  the council as to the best method of  settling the claim of the owners of Addition "A" wilh respect to the land occupied by the electric light claim and that  subject to overflow.  The question of procuring the necessary  lumber for the completion of the electric  light flume was then taken up. The city  engineer explained that the Nelson plaining mill had supplied all the lumber ordered with the exception of some of the  two-inch plank. He thought there should  also be at lease 2000 feet for repairs. The  mayor was authorized to purchase the  material from the Salmo mill.  Alderman Fletcher brought up the  question of the Ward street culvert. The  council had decided to call for tenders for  the work but the city engineer had since  explained that owing to the nature of the  work it could be performed to better advantage by day labor. Accordingly  alderman Beer moved that the resolution  of the council calling for tenders for the  work be rescinded and that it be performed by day labor.  The   matter of the evasions  of water  rates was then taken up.   It having been  discovered  that several consumers were  not paying the full rates for water privileges, a resolution was passed instructing  the   water  commissioner   to inspect, all  water pipes, etc., in the city and report to  the council the number of consumers, the  service received and the amount paid by  each."  This was moved by alderman Beer,  seconded-by alderman Hillyer.  = Another,resolution was also moved, authorizing  the   mayor   to    purchase  six  hydrants, eight 4-inch valves, three 6-inch '  valves, six water meters and one electric  light meter!" .This ..was., -moved' by,alderman Beer, seconded by alderman Kirkpatrick.   With   respect "to .the purchase  of the"electric light and water meters it is  understood that the council   will. insist  upon the breweries and other large consumers  of' water    taking  their* supply  through a meter, and that the large hotels  willalso be required to take their electric  light service through meters.   There is a  needless waste   of electricity and water-  on the part of eonsumers,.and the  policy  of the council is to make the consumers  pay  for what they get and thus  teach  them economy.  The South Kootenay  Board of Trade Will  Use Its Good Offices in Helping McDowell  Secure a Sampling Works Site. ���  THE   TRAIL, SMELTER  Art Eminent Sanitary Authority Dead.  London, March, 10.���Sir Douglas CaltOu,  formerly president of the British Association, and.a high authority on.sanitation,  is dead. Sir Douglas Calton, K. C. B.',"  LL., D , F. Rv S., was born in Worcestershire, Ei'ig.lahd. in 1822, and was educated  at the Royal Military academy at Woolwich. He; passed the highest examination  on . record, and took the first prize in  every subject. He held several very important offices under the government,  holding those of inspector of fortifications,  assistant-secretary of state for war, and  director of public works aiid buildings.  The Telegram.s Special Cable.  Toronto, March 10.-���The following is a  special cable to the Evening Telegram  from Loudon, March 10th : Iu the house  of commons this afternoon the right Hon.  Joseph Chamberlain, secretary of state  for colonies, replying to a question put by  colonel sir Howard Vincent, member for  Sheffield, said that for the six months  ending on January 1st, the exoorts from  Eugland to Canada showed an increase of  one per cent, but if the months of July  were included it would show an increase  of six per cent. To sir F. H. Evans, Liberal member tor Southampton, Mr. Cham-  The Enquiry into Army Beef.  Chicago, Illinois, March 10.���The army  court of enquiry, regarding the beef supplied to the army, continued its work  today at the stock yards, investigating  packing house methods. It is expected  that the taking of testimony will occupy  .the_whole_of_Saturday_andi.Monday._and-  that the court will leave for Omaha or  Kansas City on Tuesday or Weduesday.  Hawaiian Steamship Company Organized.  New York, March 10.---The American  Hawaiian Steam Navigation Company  has been incorporated under the laws of  New Jersey, with an authorized capital  stock of $750,000, for the purpose of operating a line of steamers between the  United States and the Hawaiian islands.  Will Investigate the Shooting.  Brockville, March 10.���Unpleasant rumors have beeh circulated cpueerfiipg the  supposed accidental shopting Of a little  Scotch orphan at Brierhill, near Lind-  hurst, a short time ago, and in consequence the authorities*; have determined  to make an investigation.  ', Poisoned by Lead Pencils.  Wilton, Conn,, March 10.���Robert N.  Benedict, aged 27, one of the best known  ypungmen of this place, is dead, as the  result of blood poisoning. Death was  caused, according to physicians, by a  habit of frequently putting a lead-pencil  in his mouth.  British Steamer Ashore.  Nassau, Rhode Island, March 10.��� The  British steamer Collegian, captain Owen,  from New Orleans on March 1st, for  Liverpool, is ashore hear here. An underwriter's agent is leaving here to assist the  distressed vessel.  Donaldson the Diver Dead.  New York, March 10.���Thomas Donaldson, the diver who fractured his skull in a  dive into a tank at Madison square garden on Wednesday, died at the New York  hospital today.  Two Steamers are Given up.  Montreal, March 10,���A letter received  herefrom a London insurance firm  says  that the steamers Arona and Croft are  considered as almost hopelessly overdue.  Is' Receiving all the Rossland Ore Save That  of the Le Roi Company.  W. H. Aldridge, superintendent of the  Trail smelter, is in Nelson for the purpose  of conferring with the offi.ials of the  Canadian Pacific Railway Company.  When seen today by a TiMi-UNE repre-  sen ta ti ve,_M r. A.l"dr id ge_d eel in ed_ to_d iscuss_  the smelting situation, stating that he did  not care to be mixed up in the discussion  of a question which to him was assuming  a political aspect. His business is to manage the Trail smelter and he will  leave the question of freight and treatment rates to the officials of the company.  With regard to the Trail smelter he  stated that extensive improvements are ���  being made, in the plant, and he expected  that smelting operations will be resumed  in a short time. The entire output of the  Rossland mine.*, with the exception of the  Le Roi, goes to Trail and is being crushed  and roasted, so that when the smelter  starts there will be a sufficient quantity  on hand, to keep it running full blast for  a considerable time. He anticipates that  before six tnOnths from date the mines of  Rossland will be shipping from (iOO to 700  tons per day to the Trail smelter, and  that the number of shipping mines will be  largely increased.  The Waverley Mine.  The manager of the Waverley mine in  his report upon the Waverley says that  during the fortnight previous to the  making of the report the west drift on  No. 2 vein, 250-foot level, advanced 20  feet, breast in decomposed lime, containing small bunches or nodules of galena  ore, a sample of which gave an assay  value of ��10 0s. lOd. per ton, thereby  fulfilling expectations re location of  ore chute as expressed in a previous report. On the 350-foot level crosscutting  northerly of the footwall is in progress,  and an advance of 19 feet has been made;  the breast is in lime and ealcite, and a  few feet further we may expect to be in  the same mineralized zone as found on  the 250-foot level, provided the same extends downward to this point.  Two Murderers Hanged,  St.   Seholastique,  Quebec,   March 10.���  Sam   Parslow  and   Cordelia Viau   were  hanged here this morning,    The drop fell  at 8.05.  At a meeting of the south Kootenay  Board of Trade held-last evening, the  difficulty which has cropped up between  .G. W. McDowell and the Canadian Pacific  Railway Company over the erection of a  sampling works .in Nelson was discussed,  which resulted in the board pledging its  moral support to the promoter *of the  sampling works aud. appointed, a special  committee to assist him iu his negotiations with the officials of the railway  company with a view to securing a desirable siter  Among those present at the meeting,  which was rather hastily called, were: A.  H. Buchanan, J. A. Kirkpatrick, Charles  Hillyer, G. Frank Beer, Frank Fletcher,  F. -W. Swannell, John A. Turner, W. A.  Macdonald,.A- E. Hodgins, Grange V.  Holt, A. R. Sherwood, George Kydd, E. A,  Crease, A. H. Kelly, Thomas Madden and  Theo Madson.  Frank   Fletcher   was appointed' chairman, and when the meeting was called to  order the secretary stated that the special  meeting had been called at the request'of  five members of the council,   namely : M.  De-Brisay,   W.   A.   Macdonald,   F.    W.  Swannell, Thomas Procter and John A.  Turner^ The secretary further explained  that the object for which   the meeting  had  been called  was set out in a letter  which had been received from G. W. McDowell, in which he asked the moral support of the board in his efforts to secure  from the-railway companies running into  Nelson reasonable freight rates, convenient switching facilities and Ithe right to  purchase-the land necessary for a site for  a  sampling   works   which   he  purposed  erecting in the city.   Also that the board  should appoint a committee to assist him  ih'his negotiations with'the officials of  the railway companies to secure the same.  '.G. Frank Beer explained'that the sampling, works matter had  been before the  city council and that the city council had  appointed a committee to wait upon H. E.  Bfe'asley of.the Canadian Pacific Railway  CoDipany to see what could be done in the  matter. ���-The committee had ascertained  Xpap it- was;, the, w.ish of the citizens of  Nelson that the sampling works should  be       established       in -    Nelson,      and  the    only   difficulty    appeared    to    be  that    no   assurance   could    be    secured  from    Mr.    Beasley    that   -the  desired  site could be obtained.   It was understood  that the general   superintendent   ot the  road���R. Marpole���would" be in the .city  tomorrow, and he thought  it   would be  well for the board to take the1 matter up  and see if the present difficulty-between  the railway company and the sampling  works promoter could not be satisfactorily arranged. *  '   W. A. Macdonald offered a resolution to  the effect that as  in  the opinion' of the  board the proposed sampling works would  be of benefit to Nelson and the Kooteiiay  district, the city,council should prepare a  bylaw exempting such  work* from  taxation and submit" the same to   the taxpayers,  and   that the railways running  into Nelson should assist such enterprise  by,granting fair freight rates, convenient  switching facilities aud  selling the land  necessary for the site of such works at a  _fair,price. Mr. Macdonald explained that  the resolution did not carry the board out  of its proper sphere. It was the duty of  the board to do all that it could to advance  the commercial prosperity of the city.  The promoter of the sampling works was  most anxious to come to the city and risk  his money in a commercial enterprise, and  his chief desire was that he should be  assisted in his efforts to secure a site  -which would enable him to carry on his  business satisfactorily. In view of the  reasonableness of the request and the  manifest advantage which it would bo to  the city he said that he could not see how  anyone could have the hardihood to  oppose ic. ^  A. II. Buchanan said that he did not see  why the board should ask the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company to do anything.  As he understood the motion thfe promoter Of the sampling works desired- a  strip of land from the railway company's  right of way at the eastern boundary, of  the city so that half of the works would  be on the Canadian Pacific Railway Company's right Of way and the other half on  that of the Nelson & Fort Sheppard Railway Company. ��� He thought the desired  object could be attained if the promoter  built his sampling works up to the eastern  boundary of the Canadian Pacific Riil-  w'ay Company's right of way.  Charles Hillyer agreed to this to a certain extent. He thought that Mr.  Beasley had stated the company's case  fairly. He understood that the railway  company's main line had not yet been  finally fixed and that for this reason the  company could not comply with Mr. McDowell's request for the site desired. He  agreed that the works would be of great  advantage* to Nelson but he did not like  the latter part of the resolution which appeared to be an effort to force the hand  of the railway company. He said that he  had seen the plans of the buildings which  the sampling works company proposed to  erect and they would cost from $12,000 to  $14,000.  Grange V. Holt directed the attention  of the members to the fact that the resolution as it was framed was merely an expression of opinion on the part of the  board.   If the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company should show any good grounds  why it was impossible to i_rrant i Iih concessions asked for, it would be a different  matter. There certainly could be no  harm iu recommendinur the matter to tin*  consideration of the officials of the com-  pa n y.  A. H. Buchanan expressed himself as in  favor of deferring action until the next  regular meeting of the board, but this  suggestion was opposed by Messrs. Macdonald and Beer, and on a vote being  taken the resolution, which was seconded  by Mr. Beer, was put and carried.  Ou motion of John A. Turner, seconded  by John A. Kirkpatrick, a committee  composed of G. Frank Beer, A. II. Kelly  and George Kydd was appointed for the  purpose of carrying out the object of the  resolution.    ~~_   KASLO   NEWS   IN   BRIEF.  SPECIFIC AND DIRECT CHARGES  WHICH   SHOULD   BE   MET.  The  Directors  of the  Kootsnay Lake  eral Hospital Should Investigate  Their Truth or Falsity.  Gen-  Kaslo, March 9.���John Emdal, A. W.  Johnson and N. T. Johnson of Kaslo have  sold to George W. Bedell of Toronto their  mineral claims Frontenac, Morning Star  No. 2 and Sunrise, situated in Jackson  Basin in a northerly direction from the  Northern Belle. The consideration is  nominal in the deed, but it is said outside  to have been $1500.  George W. Herren has transferred to  Adam Goettge for $500 an undivided one-  half interest in the mineral claim Big  Four on the south fork of Tarn o'. Shanter  creek, six miles from Kootenay lake.  C. H. Cameron transfers to C. D. Blackwood of Sandon a one-third share of the  Pa=amalong mineral claim located ou Bear  creek, a tributary of the" Upper Duncan.  The collector of votes for the Slocan  riding gives notice that he will hold court  for the revision of the voters list on the  first day of May-in the government office  in this city. Tlie list certainly needs a  good deal of supervision.  Alexander Lucas will leave for the  Coast cities on Sunday morning in connection with his duties as organizer of  the Liberal-Conservative party for British Columbia.  The fire and light committee of the city  council, having secured from the Kootenay Electric Company a modification , of  the terms upon which it would furnish  lights for the city hall, the intention of  introducing a bylaw to amend the electric  light bylaw has been abandoued. Under  ' the new conditions the electric compa,ny  -agrees to furnish one light of 38 candle  oower, four of 16 candle power,-and' two  of 8 candle power to burn all night, and  one.of 10 candle power and one of 8 candle"  power,' to burn until midnight"for the,  sum of $11.25. It alsoagrees tp furnish-13*  .occasional-lights'," ranging, from"S' to 32  ���candle"power, fpr $3.00 per month", from  which there is to be a deduction of 15 per  cent for prompt payment.  k The city council, at it^s meeting on Wednesday evening, t voted to purchase increased supplies for 'the fire- department  amounting to" $15.61. Among the "new  materials there are included 850 feet of  Red Cross hose, C50 feet of Maltese Cross  hose, and a fire bell, to "cost $311 f.o.b. at  Vancouver.' A nevv hose reel is also5 included. *  The council also voted to secure a, temporary loan of $'1000 from tho, Bank of  J3ritish North America, provided it can  be obtained upon reasonable terms The  loan is to be repaid during the year,  whentaxes comeiu.  Kaslo has no formally  elected  acting"  mayor,  but at the   last meeting of the  council, alderman Kane was called to the  chair during the temporary absence of  his worship, "mayor Hartin.  It is said that at an early day a fire  limit bylaw will be brought before the  -council���fixing���the���boundaries--witbin  which no wooden structure may be  erected. These are the six blocks limited  by Third, Water and Fifth streets and B  avenue.  Owing to the want of means for giving  a general alarm several of the fire brigade  and very many citizens were not apprised  of the fire on Tuesday morning until they  came down town. To obviate this difficulty chief Fletcher of the brigade and  some of the aldermen have been examing  the bell of the Presbyterian church and it  will probably be used to sound a fire  alarm in case of necessity until the arrival  of the fire bell which has been ordered.  This will be placed" in the tower pf the  new city hajl.  Snow Slides have again interrupted  traffic On the line Of the Kaslo & Slocan  railway. The train due to arrive in Kaslo  on Tuesday afternoon did not reach its  destination until Weduesday afternoon.  Shortly after its arrival a train was Sent  out to Sandon and returned the Same  evening.  Robert Irving, general manager for the  Kootenay Railway & Navigation Company, left for Spokakeon Thursday morning, for a brief business trip.  The work Ofrepairing and refitting the  steamer Alberta is about completed and  it is expected that she will be launched  from the ways at the beginning of next  week.   Illinois Town Threatened With Destruction.  Shawneetown, Illinois, March 4.���This  city is threatened with a river flood similar to that which almost swept the town  away a year ago. The residents are moving out as rapidly as possible, and all live  stock has been removed. The levee is  thought to be weak in some places, and a  break is liable to occur at any time. Last  April the levee broke without warning,  when twenty-five people were drowned  and many residences and business houses  were destroyed.  The Senator's Water Rates.  Ottawa, March 10.���Senator Cleraow  was seized on today foe $1400 water rates.  To the"TSditor of The Tribune: As there  has been a number of statements in local  papers lately in regard to the management of the Kootenay Like general hospital, I would like you to afford me space  to state a few facts in regard to the same.,  I was employed 'as steward of that institution for over seven months, so lean xpenk  from experience.  First.   About the provision's, etc., sup- .  plied to the hospital.   They were all supplied, by  the  directors.       The  grocery -  account was given to one director having '  a store one mouth and another one  next  month, aud so on.   -O.iediyl telephoned  to one of the visiting directors to inquire  if Farley & Simpson were to have the order to supply the  hospital   with goods -  that month, tho prompt reply  was "No,  he (Farley) is not a director  now."   That  alone is sufficient to show how  they kept  the orders to themselves. The only article ,  not-constantly "supplied   by ihe directors ���  was cord wood.   This order Was-given to  any one who could supply us* at the time.  The director supplying the groceries for .  the month would   not  on   any   account  send a bill  with the goods, so that they  could be checked when we received them *  aiid with   their   bill at the   end   of  the  month.   I would go and ask  for them to   '  be sent, but he would not do so, and I  could not get the other,di rectors to make  him, for if  they  did,   they   themselves  would  have to do the same when their  harvest time came.   Seeing that the grocery bill  was sometimes as high.sas $100  per month; a tally on the separate consignments   would   have been in   the interest of the hospital.   At the end of ekuli.V-i  month we received au account from thedi-  rector supplying the hospital with goods -  for that month, and   these accounts,are  "O. K'd" by the matron and forwarded to  the   monthly  meeting.*   Considering- the  matron   has no tally whatever  of what  has   been delivered,  she   cannot with   a  clear conscience certify that they are cor-,  rect.  The above will show that it is difficult'  to find an institution that is more  benefi- -,  cial to-the directors than the Kootenay  Lake general hospital.   The onls' condu--  siou to be drawn is,.that the directors of���  tho   hospital.get   accounts ' against   it,  and then discuss them at their mouthly  meeting and draw the amounts. '  Second. About thenursiugdepartment.  This subject is one.that cannot be dwelt  upon in detail, but most people have some  idea of what is required to be done in a  sick room. Although I wasdubed steward,  my work included every couceivable  thing-connected with the nursing In an  .hospital. When I was first employed,"  there was only a matron and uightnurse. '  Considering we had seventeen patients  constantly, ninth-tenths of them typhoid"  fever patients, we were kept pretty busy .  all day, in tact the- work was such that  the matron left because she had not sufficient help. - Then one of the directors got  a relation ih as matron. . He did not let  this relation work long-without getting  her an assistant. The assistant is also a  relation of a director. - The more  assistance the hospital directors  sent, -the   work I had to do was not in   "  _the slightest decreased.  ^ ^   They did' none of   the  work  which a  nurse is supposed  to do.   If a person ia -  afraid to perforin   the  work   which they '  contract to do,- r.hey should  not expect  another employee to do it for them".   "  Anyone who knows anything about  the treatment of typhoid fever, knows  that the diet of a patient must not be  tampered with and the quantity ordered  by the doctor must-be strictly measured  out. A patient after being treated 105  days for typhoid fever was discharged,  returning shortly with la grippe. He  died within three days of perforation of  tho bowelsv This patient received when  having fever three times the amount of ��  nourishment ordered by the doctor.  If a patient has any friends in town, or  is a person that pretends to be religious;,  he cab'depend upon plenty of attention  at the hospital; but woo to <he pooi1 fellow that happens to be friendless, or tliaVfc  is not endowed with good JOOks.  They cannot expect to receive more  than What is absolutely necessary  to preserve life; If a frieridless  patient dies he is removed to an  outhouse, which is not fit for a dog  to lie in ; but if he had friends, I was  made to ba,ndftge him up, for fear they  should talk, but on no account would the  nurses touch him. On one occasion a  corpse was left for hours in a bed. This  caused much annoyance to other patients  in the same ward. He was left because  the night nurse could not remove him  alone, and the others would nOt  assist. This may seem a trifling matter  to some, but it is not a very cheerful thing  to have a corpse next you, when you are  stricken down with the same disease that  has killed him.  People may ask why I did tiot make. ,��  these statements before. In the first ;  place, with regards to the goods supplied,;  if I had said a word, 1 would have been  "fired" before I was many hours older;  and in the second place, people with no  friends in a country like this nave to take  what work they can get.  I am willing, if necessary, to attend the  meeting of directors to be held ou the 14'h  instant, and reiterate the above statements. Alan F. Eddy. 2  THE TRTBUKE:  NELSON", B.C., FRIDAY, MARCH 10,  1890.  PUBLISHERS' NOTICE.  THE DAILY TRIBUNK is published every afternoon  (oxcept Sunday), and will be delivered by carrier in  any town in Kootenay for twenty-five ceiils a week;  or will be mailed to subscribers for live dollars a year.  THE WEEKLY TR-HUNB is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and will be mailed to subscribers  ��� for two dollars a year.  REGULAR A1.VI.KT1S1.M1.XTS printed in both the  daily and .weekly editions for $15 per inch per mouth.  Twelve linos solid nonparicl to be counted as one inch.  LOCAL OR READING "MATTER NOTICES 20 cents a  lino for each insertion.  JOB PRINTING at fair rates. All accounts for job  printing and advertising payablo on the first of  every month; subscriptions payablo iu advance.  ADDRESS all communications to  THE TRIBUNE. Nelson. B. C.  PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.  .... B.A.Sc. & W. S. JOHNSON, B.A.Sc.  Engineers   and   Analytical   Chemists,  JC. GWILLIM  ���     ���Mining   __  -_V_inin  Slocan City  A.  H.  HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and AoMiyer.  Victoria street. Nelson.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. Meets  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS���Nelson Lodge. No, 25,  Knights of Pythias, meets in I. 0. O. F. Hall, corner  Baker and Kootenay streets, every Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock. All visiting Knights are cordially invited to  attend. ���    ,   ���    . _  __ _  C. Fkencii, C. C. Gkobge Ross, K. of R. & S.  g&Jte @rtforme,  FRIDAY .....MARCH 10, 189.  At the next regular' meeting of the  South Kootenay Board of Trade, W. A.  Macdonald will make an attempt to place  the members of the board on record upon  the question of the advisability of having  the duties increased upon lead and lead  products imported into Canada, with a-  view to encouraging the smelting and  mining industry of the Dominion. If he  succeeds in getting the resolution on  the order paper for the next meeting, Mr.  Macdonald will endeavor to show that  the people of the East owe this measure  of protection to the people of British Columbia, for the reason that as matters  stand at present the people of this Province are paying for the protection accorded to the farmers and manufacturers  of the East, and receive no protection for  'themselves on their chief: industry in  relurm       ,'''-':  .   '���": .-.'.��� ���������..'   ". ,  THE   BANK   STATEMENTS  ;; Show That Canada is in a Prosperous Con-  v'MvJv :-.-.:'-;-\.'ditio*_u;-'-V  V 'It is only necessary to compare the re-  V turns of the chartered banks for the  " month of January last with those of the  l-liebrre_pdn_ingVmohth; of 1898 to prove  vv���'how markedl_8^,beeni;he p-t-Ogress^b-ithe,  VVVieouhtry towards^p_^perity|^unhjg��.the.  ? ; Vpast twelve-indnth'si"hTmaking thdsix^pfiri-  cipal ltems^-in' theVstatements,%I���wef-;fand  *���'���'',.-.   -,-.-'*r.     n.. "- ^|-n -      '���       -   ��� '*  4^ n     "   a    H?   n��ff    J__" ���  n^-^i^ ������      AnJfP,        u - **r.'' (TH       4id.d   n -0^ "o    rnll  iy!y they contra^tgasrfpjlgws  ,     ��� ������ ��� 1899.���":: <>.   ��1898.,,r  ���fl3.'8B;91(i,u573:C35,Uli;rZ2  ;:j.f. .1 spSi-i:877,"S>6i-''- .'^7S,'1B21��HI  ,lv!i!*I(10,373,(i84. .,140;704j038  .;: A*s2G,3lS;o5_��f= 20,300,729  $ :.ts 2291iU2;-115)MT207,532,'321  ��.&.  }23,1.78,858";��23;015,439  .circulation  li  :V:'V Circulation;^ y.^fttV.^"  :���'.'' Deposits on demand'-w^i  *   .Deposits af terHiotictef.-."  ;���"-".���: Call loans. .*% f?./&<"; >;.jt  '!.'���' Current-loans��.".J..C1"-. v,  ^.���4American"balanucesV:^-;rjS,,  'io ����.> Taket'-^hJrS^I^-i^of* n��pf "e  .^.-iv'Jtii^  *^"^tlieCvolumedOf; ih&imPyementfdP-igricdt  %.'. :tur���al"i3roducts and^herelaciye ^rpsrjerity  ��^of sth"e" "farmer.f V^ VVTetlind yi^rejm liner ease  y ;of!0,9Q4j857"f;pr:hear  "Y*ya��s��.#��5ind!.,cohs  V&an"d|85;ltpV^  C:?Ja-t��lyear,^w'hile "itv*w,asl only _(J8,"C-lits !ai  ^>JSortVMlliarii^  j-i.'_^,1.W'J-    ;     J^niPna       " ,.p|   ���   ��4>,ilDH   '^'n'n-On   *h nfl. V**      ��</>_],���, ,"��� .'-    Q ^    n- -       ��� a jf^     ��j ���"? JJ    u      %  V ��� thecorresponding-week* ofithisWear,��ancfc  ��-4that Ontario. =*wheateisv20 cents_ower;this=��  t monthC".than it; ;:\yasan^p5ebruarjr/.1898s. ��it;  -itcan be' reasily; seeiivV'that' thevi_-Ci?ea*sed *cir:-���  .culatipn of mpneyisique to-the.'confidenee:.  V*i^of'the farmerfei^ :of jgopd*  f.^times.j-*VHe^^^ his"' -,w*heat!lt&  tXSmar.k'e^'C/bfe'da'use'*^  !"��'c��^rlceV"'befc i's'' rjot .zth-pi  SJea'sCaf^aidi\.o spe'hd his^m'oney, because"  ��V;he'feeiy���tha^ pdmihg.  f=4^Thit\*thpJncfeaSe  L,^3uie;id'"'an^;wit.hd^ft"vV-alsi from deposits is  l."^^^^'^^^.^^-'tjfe figures, louring the  |-��;yl8ar"drepo^i|S?OnVdemand, which repffisent  fe|th%fac|iye"balances qf our merchants,  ��� ^m'ahufaletiirers andVtra,nspOrtation inter-  H"��est8!"have "grown $7.081,0.51. The surplus  ^j"^bnies;of:th.e epuiltry, represented 'Ibyde-  f "posits^rJearing. interest,- and only withr  ^��d_>a\y,&blfe after' nptfc-* ar�� $,19:099,0'i0;"pr  ^*:_leai;Jyr^weuty Epillio^is more chah vthey  ."2'aW.erein JahVar^, 1S98, The total gaiM in  s.m.depbsits*ddrihg the, year was $27$51,207.;;  VI Ahd,;since Ithis. is accompanied withi .an  Sihcreas.'of WxBf0,8/25: ill the loans on bonds  /"Kfld���8tOCk.'3,nantl,6f 121,000,098 in the ���"pl-  ��*:p&^��6r,-.ocSft-_3m6_*j-ial discount-i, it proves  >ery��dis��tinctly the volume of Souhd cofl-  'serYftfixe expansion in business that htts  taken pk*ee during the past twelve  ���tifbnthsi .   Is "Joe" the Coming Mail.  [Toronto Wbrld, March 3rd.]  Hon. jrosejf.h Martin looks to be the cpm-  iilg man ih the history Of  Canada.   He  has" alreiady  distinguished himself,  knd  the Liberals are in power today because  Mr. Martin showed them how to take advantage of the situation whi&h the Manitoba school question created.   But their  gratitude was not equal to their debt to  'Joe,* and Hon. Mr. Sifton got what should  have come to him.   Some of the legislation  which he carried through   the  late  session in British Columbia is on new and  progressive lines, and will meet with the  support of Canadian people in every pro-  province.     Still    more   luck   seems    to  be     in      store      for    'Joe,'    and     his  brother,    now    resident   in   Winnipeg,  is   mentioned as Liberal  candidate  for  that city.   How the Liberals at Ottawa  will take this we do not know, but the attorney-general of British Columbia has a  long  memory  and   extensive   resources,  and he may be determined on an extensive game ot 'evening up.'   Certain revelations are hinted   at in connection  with  the action of a minister at Ottawa, who  HPerned over-zealous a year ago to get the  Yukon bill through, and wlmtever these  Sewing Machii)e Sale  As we are short of floor space, we are selling* the balance of  our New Williams Sewing* Machines at the following prices:  3-Drawer Imperial, $28, 5-Drawer Imperial, $30, 5-Drawer  Imperial, Drop Head, $35. There are only a few machines  left.     Drop in ancl get a bargain before it is too late.  A. Ferland & C?  Elliott block,   Baker street,   Nelson,   B. C.  COOKING LESSONS  &_S=_fe &:.--=_&_ &.&_�����-. fefeCS. &.g?_.3?_ &. .^g>r fefefe &&.&.  ���ISSS^-S:*��^��:*��:��:'��''��*���?��@��:^ -?��:<��:-��:^<��:s_?  ARE  IN   ORDER  That your food may by properly cooked, you must have good utensils.  We carry a full stock of everything required.   Call and inspect  ummer  B  B  B  LADIES' SHIRT WAISTS  W  Have arrived   and we  ited   variety,    in    the  street. ' In   the   same  showing  on  are  addition  place  you  new wrappers,  ancl ladies' white  an   unlim-  Josephine  will   find our  underwear.  HEW BLACK DRESS COOPS  Comprising figures, stripes, and fine cords.  These goods are nice for separate skirts or a  full dress. They are equal to silk in finish,  and their wearing qualities are unequaled.  fa  UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT  The Nelson Hardware Go.  VICTORIA BLOCK, BAKER STREET, KELSON.  J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO. /~"  PORK PACKERS AND PROVISION MERCHANTS  "���..*.- .    WHOLESALE DEALERS IN  CHOICE CREAMERY AND DAIRY BUTTER, CHEESE AND EGGS     .  ...-.:������������ SPECIALTY:    "GRIFFIN BRAND" MILD CURED MEATS  NELSON, B.C.  VANCOUVER, B. O.  WINNIPEG, MANITOBA.  f LADIES' BELTS  ^ =  M In elastic webb, pique and leather, in all colors  *k and pretty designs. Beaded and washing belts,  ��. an immense variety of these goods on display.  CHILDREN'S BOOTS  We  this  in one  believe we   have just  shoe that will wear  try them.  in  line,  what  you   want  and  look well  ��  CENTS' UNDERWEAR  a   merino  high  ROBERT ROBERTSON,  Manager  Nelson olllce and -warehouse:   Corner Vernon and Josephine streets:  revelations are the Hon. "Joe" seems surprised at them, but not in any way disposed to hide them. Mr. Martin will keep  the politicians at Ottawa and railway  and other corporations and other grafters  of all kinds very busy these days and for  some time to come."  Seeds  Dewey's Hair Turned White.  When commodore George Dewey left  Washington to take command of the  United States fleet in the fair east, his  cheeks were red with the glow of health  and .his hair was only beginning to .be  streaked with' the .silvery threads of gray.  On the morning of May 1st last, when lie  sailed into Manila bay and proceeded to  till. the. Spanish ships full of lead,- he  looked.about theVsarae as when he left  Washington, From May 1st.to February  1st is nine months, and in that short  period of time Dewey's hair has become  snowy'white. A woman, who is just back,  from-the 'Philippines,- and who was in,  Manilaat the time of the battle of Manila  bay, saw the admiral immediately after  that battle arid has met him .many times  since, then. She said that when she started  since then. Shesaid that when she started  for the United States' his hair was perfectly white���made so by the tremendous  strain under  nine months.  which He  has labored for  GARDEN  FIELD and  FLOWER SEEDS  For this time of year,  balbriggan,   we   have  weight.    They are not  right   for   the   present   season  show you a fine ran  summer.    The stock is stock  and we can give you the  in  when it is too early for  of   medium  price and just  We   can   also  ights   for  is complete now  size you want.  lighter  CENTS' TIES  lot just in,  A' new  knots,  you tie  light  pretty   colors,  comprising bows,  Ascot  something  mude-up  four-in-hand,  and   the   Ascot   tie,   that  yourself.    We  have something new in  summer ties; they are four-in-hand, very  and   they will   wash.    They are  B  fa  fa]  so low  them by  in   price   that   you   can   afford   to   buy M  the box. M  Black Cashmere Socks, Black Cotton Socks, Black Lisle Socks, Natural  Wool Socks (something new.)   We have them any way you want them  B  B  In. bulk and packages.  We.sell at eastern   . n  catalogue prices.  & Co  VICTORIA   BLOCK,, BAKER   STEEET'- IfcTELSO-l-T,   33.:C  mmmmmmmmmmm;  _ai-  ^Jfl f��>i��fBfB^?B ^25--3  ^la^a^a.  mm  ���3. . - !, - *��� ....  Canada^Bpug and; Book Co.,  .  .;.-     ,'--. .-Li__vria?____i-).-; .���    .  / ; Corner. Baker and Stanley Streets, ;NclsonV  _*�����:  m  Sl'T��D     *H{��  .������ �� rg.Pjn^8      -=,9,     .^ftn^S     Tjl"      ��'n,nh-     V%**(K   -ft-^oon^f    Bnr%  ^LtlP^T^i!".yfciiri.'!: ���'.TijrtJL*.:__'Iii' 99  'WJ-teii'thci poeivi^rpte these: lines  .anrfiEost-Baister^Muloek -ia&=the-n=  endoFse&oirthe new stamp, they  ^eojuld have ref ei?red only to the  Sold b.v  " 'Trunli&ncl ya,lisg��" dfeliyeredVto.any "part Sf  ���the city* "s        ". ���������'���.������.i,r'.\,'.',,": : ��.  "���   V  Air .kinds of-���d raying  ddne^at  reasonable  raters.- - Sloping furniture a speGijiHy:  Stand at coi'jier B.tlcer aiid J'osS'pliihe Sts.  ,   ' ."j      '---'.-      -..,,' ^.G-r-B-CSTT   FOR,-  DARLING^ BROS., Montreal, -  Elevators and Machine Specialties.  DRUMMOND, McCALL CO., Montreal,  , : "   - \ Bar; Iron",. Tool Steel, and Water Works Supplies.  SADDLER & HAWORTH, Montreal,  High-grade Leather Belting..'  Si' *_W%)Ibm8^  ���n^^   .u '"u[ju u-r'lnB"Jff'nnL^lln rP n_ju      -^ 4j  ^ fh.S D��       ^J-   LQ     ''i   ^n    u     DJ5  -". unci ft  n .      "    ! L'  �� ;./���/ ,;|6._;"Macmofe^ Whi&ieis,  SPECIALTIES =  Hydraulic Steel   Pipe -.  Flexible   Steel   Hose   Armour  Wrifefbit Catalogues and 'Fri^.  > VANC0UVERs>B;Cf  WnC^OSt__EEOrPR^PRIET0ff  G. W. West &  GENERAL TEjMVISTERS  ThoiDsen Stationery fe, Ltd.  -tsr-E-iiSoisr  CALL AND SEE IT  SMOKE UNION MADE CIGARS  ii  OUR SPECIALTY  J.  a6knts ���_?(._.  The Imperial Oil Co.   Star-dard Oil Co.  Washington Brick ar(d LitV|e Co.  the H. W. tycfiiell Co., tU, Canadian An.ih.ra*  cite Coal (Hard)  Ref|-i^i?s Qf Oolci and Silver Bgjfs^ Grbld Dust, Etp  _3*cr*y____ss oir  Silver, Lead and Copper Ores, Gold Coneentetes, Lead Bullion, Cyanide Produet, Etc  O-BIE.  j_^_._CsTI-   -3TJXjX.IO_Sr AgSAiTllBS  -Works at Vallejo Junction, GJalifbrhia  Office, 4>16. Montjeomery Street, San Franeiseo, California  Dealers Iq  STOVEWOOD  son & r|ar  DRAYING and  C. F. ET  Wood Dealer  BEST DRY WOOD  H. D.  BLAOKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Delivered to any part of tho city.  Full measurement guaranteed.  MANUKACTUraCD BY THE  Kootenay Cigar  Manufacturing Co.  Nelson  NELSON  H-j\dqU-.-.teks, March 1st, ISflS.  COMPANY  KOOTENAY   RIFLES.  Bus meets all trains and boats.  Special attention given the transfer of. baggage. Office and stables  on Vernon street, opposite The  Tribune office.    Telephone No. 35.  EXPRESS and DRAYING  Offlee at Corner Baker and Ward Streets  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Wagon repairing promptly attcrded to by a first-class  wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of rcpaiiing and  custom work from outside points.  '1'he company will parade on Tuesdays and Saturdays  at tho Armory, at 7:45 p. in., until further orders. By  order, 'AUTHUR E. HOl.GINS. Captain.  FOB   SALE.  f-JOUNKU LOT���Northeast corner Haker and Josephine  y-* ' streets. Nelson, 50 by 120, with all improvements.  Price 910,000 cash.  Apply to John Houston,  Having purchased tho express and draying  business of J. W. Cowan, wo aro prepared  to do all kinds of work in this line, and solicit the patronage of tho people of Nelson.  Orders left at 1). McArthur & Co's store,  northwest corner Hakcr and Ward streets,  will receive prompt attention.   Telephone 85  Bulbs, Roses, Hollies, Rhododendrons,  Fancy Evergreens, etc. Thousands are  growing on my own grounds. Most  complete stock in the province. Bees  and bee supplies, agricultural implements, spray pumps, and cut flowers.  New catalogue now ready.  SHOP:   (jail Street, between Baker .and Vornon, Nelson  ADMINISTRATOR'S 1-JOTICE.  IN   Till!  SUI'ltEME   COUKT   OP    HKITISH   COLUMUrA���IiNT  -���KOI_j.TJ_.  In the matter of tho estato and effects of Charles "Van  Ness, deceasod, intestate.  Notice is hereby given thai, uu mum   court dated the 25; h day of February, A. D. 18!)9, Alfred  Notice is hereby given that an order of this honourable  curt dated the 25; h day of February, A. D. 18!)9, Alfred  John Marks and Decatur Downing have been appointed  zmz- J". iH-EirsriRrx^  (iW Westminster Road, Vancouver, B. C.  GOMER DAVIS & Co.  STEINWAY  The  Standard  of the World.  Piano  NORDHEIMER  The Artistic Piano of  Canada.  ABT AP MDSIC CO., Nelson, ApHts.  administrators of the per onal estato and effects of 'he  said deceased, who died on or about the 12th day of January, A. I). 189!).  All persons having claims against the said deceased  are required on or before the lirst day of April, A. D.  18!)!), to send full particulars of such claims, duly verified  by statutory, declaration, to Alfred John Marks, of Nelson, B. 0., with their christian and surnames, addresses  and descriptions and tho value of the securities, if any,  hold by them.  And further take notice that after such last mentioned  dale, the said administrators will proceed to administer  tlio said estate and distribute the proceeds thereof  amongst the parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which they shall then have notice and  will not bo liable for the assets or any part thereof to any  Eerson or persons of whoso claims notice shall not have  een received by them at the date of such distribution.  ELLIOT & LBNNIB,  Solicitors for tho Administrators.  Dated this 28th d��y ri February, A. D. 1809.  Notice  of Applieation  for  Certiflcate  of  ImprOYem^ents.  i.i...--m Jj32M o. 1. kui.EK.. .J..255 o. l.o. v. a. khactiom  i,'-2��M q. 1, hhITjV.s'nia I,:.'_;>���..���. 1,-oiUni) LlSlQci. I,M.\d  Kftj-QTION   Ij ;**��(>, O. 1, '_iI_.-l.KA__  gijAI.MSi .SITUATK IN  Tiik ;ni-U_on mining Division 0k west Koo'I'kn.Vy  l_lSTKICT, AN)) I.oCA'rl.1) OjV TOAli JIOUNTAiN, ADJOIN  Il>'G,fllk HAM, MI.VK8.  Take notice that I, John Hirgch^ (is agent for the, llall  JMincs Cdiunnny, Limited, free miners ccrlincate No;  2551v., intend, sixty days from tho date hereof, to applv  to I ho mining recordo? for a certificate of iniproVoments.  for the purposo of obtaining it,crown grant of the above  claims. And ttirther take notico that action, under section ,87, must be commenced before tho issuance of such  : certificate of improvements, JOHN HIBSGH.  Dated this 26th day of November, 18!)8. [Jan 25J  Ndtiee   of  Applieation   for  Certificate  of  Improvements.  YKLI.OWSTONK W1NKHAL CLAIM, SITUjVTE IN THE NE-.SON  JIININO DIVISION Ol'" WEST KOOTE.NAY B.STKICT, ANl>  IiOCATED SIX MILES EAST OK SALMON RIVER, ON l-'OBKS  OK WOLK AND SHEEP CREEKS.  Take notice that I, J. M. It. Fiiii-bairn, acting as agent  for Hugh M. Billings, free miner's certiflcate No. 21,789a,  .and Thomas Hennet, free ininorV certificate No. 1:.,025a.  intend, sixty days from the ddtehoreof, to apply to th,!  mining recorder -fcr a certificate of improvements, for  the (jurpose pf obtaining a crown grant of the ahovn  claim. Aiid further take notice that action, under section 37, must bo con menced before the issuance of such  certificate of improvements.      J. M. H. FAIKBAIUN.  Dated this 28th day of February, 1899.  KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL  Tlie nnnual meeting of tho Kootenay Lake General  Hospital Society will be held on Tuesday, the l_th day of  March, 18!)!), at 3 p. m��� in tho court house.  There will bo _i meeting of the directors at 2:30 p. in.  The membership fee is 810 por annum, and entitles tho  mombpr to hospital benefits for ono year.  Any person subscribing 81 a month will bo entitled to  the benefits of the hospital for that period.  Subscriptions arc solicited and a full attendance of  members and those desirous of becoming members is requested. A full statement of receipts and expenditure"  will be submitted and othf r important business will bo  transacted. F. "VV. SYVANNKI.L, Secretary.  "ST THE TRIBUNE "MS  ���S*j''"I  't'_  Oilice:   Vornon street, Nelson, B. C, THE  TRIBUNE:  KELSON, B.C, FRIDAY, MARCH 10, J899.  r��  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up,     -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LOUD STRATItCONA AND   JIT. ROYAL, President  'Ion. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  R   S. OI.OUSTON General Managor  3sr-_ni-.so--sr *B-B__-_sro_3:  M. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streots.  THE  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON        IIK.VNOHK8 IN       CONDON   (England),   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in tho principal eiUm* in (.'i-iiuclu.  Huy and soil Sterling Exchange a.id Cable Transfers  OHANT COMMERCIAL AND TRAVK.-LKItS' CKKDITS,  available in any part of tho world.  DRAFTS I8SUED    COLLECTIONS MjVDE; ETC.  SAVINGS BANK BBANCH.  CURRKNT RATE OK INTEREST PAID  HEEOES   OF   THE   RAIL.  Deeds of Daring That the Men Themselves  Sometimes Forget.  The Century has published several articles on the Heroes of Peace,  and one of  the best of the series appears in the March  number   of   the   magazine.   It is   called.  "Heroes of the Railway Service," and consists   of  notes   from   the   experience  bf  Charles De LanoHiue.   The writer is a  'graduate of-West Point, who, after serving four years as an  officer,  voluntarily  resigns his commission in" the army to become a freight   brakeman.   He   worked  six years as bra Ice man and two years as a  yard-master, all of the  time in constant  "�����_..taut .with.the men and tlie dangers he  describes.    Iu the late war he was a  major iu the First District of Columbia volunteer infantry.   Here is one of the good  stories he tells :  Not long ago a freight conductor started   on  a   night   run   after   drawing   his  month's wages from the pay car.   He had  with him his young son, a lad  of twelve,  and when well under way they began to  cook supper oh  the caboose  stove.   The  rear brakeman on   watch in  the cupola,  observed that the engine seemed to have  unusual difficulty in pulling the train. He  did not connect this fact with  the presence of several hoboes on the top of the  cars, who, unknown to him, were setting  brakes and stalling the train.. The front  = dodr of the\caboose. flew-, open,-arid four  masked and armed men ordered the 0.....1-,  . pauts to.throw up their, hands. - The con-.  ductfir jumped to shield his child, siezed a  coupling pin and.smashed a head, but notJ?  until four shots had rung out-add three  bullets were in his body.- Fighting to the  last, he fell dead-in' the doorway. 'The  brakeman.was shot in the, arm, aiid made  his + escape    from      the '.- car     to .  the'  - ground.     Fearing    he   .would" give   the  /alarm! and cause their capture, the bandits  lied.  Then the boy showed that the blood  -of  heroes is   transmitted -to -"succeeding"  generations.-He pulled  the body", of his  father inside and coolly secured his money  and watch."   He .noticed  thab the train  was barely  moving, rand  it occurred  to  him that there was a second section, close  behind;   He knew the brakemen had no  lantern even" if alive.     The plucky boy  -took the red light and torpedoes, dropped  off, ran back, expecting-at every step to  be  shot,  and   flagged   the   other   train.  Travelers westward over  the Big Four  .sometimes wonder why a slender volunteer seems so prominent in  helping the  switchmen attach the dining car at one of  the terminals.   If they happen to inquire,  the-men reply :     "Why, that John's boy,  j;he".sc^qtHietp-,,^hoj|;e">buft'i^"' 'put in the  lilear'tliat pay d-itf last year."  =eHO��TE-=A:_=CqLVE.EGrEr  fc  Tact of, the New Ambassador Aptly Shown  ���   ".   -        iii His Youth.  In the ye&r that Charles W. Biiot became president of Harvard college, Dr.  James Walker retired from servicie of all  kinds, and was present, sa#s the JBostou  Christian ll-gister, on tlie platform at  the alumni dinner lor the last tithe. lie  was then old and full of honoi's. Every--  body "realized the pa.thosof the situation,  although but little open expression was  given to the feeling of respect which filled  every mind.  As one of the contrasts with the present eonditidn of the university, we may_  mention, in passing, that the dinner of  the alumni was given in IlarVard hall.  Towards the close of the ai'ternodUj when  more than half.of tlie audience had left  to catch trains, a young speaker was  called upon. Joseph H. Choate was then  in the prime Of his youth and manly  beauty. He began his speech pleasantly  indeed, and with a charining grace, but  with no obvious intention. He mentioned  the pictures of five ex-presidents of Harvard college, and began to speak about  the oldest of them, Joseph Quiucy. He  paid an elegant tribute to him, but without excitiug any extraordinary interest  among his hearers. He then passed to  Jared Sparks, and spoke of him and his  work, while still his audience looked a  little puzzled and wondered what he was  driving at. Then he took up Edward  Everett, and his purpose began to dawn;  and furtive glances were directed toward  Dr. Walker, who was giving respectful  attention.  But when Choate mentioned president  Felton, all knew what was coming, and a  deep silence fell upon them as they listened to the eloexuent tribute which this,  youthful scholar rendered to the memory  and the labors of this beloved professor  and president. AU .then knew the meaning of this far-away beginning, and  recognized the skillful way in which the  orator had piled tribute upon tribute in  Are now prepared to issue  Drafts and Letters of Credit on  Dawson City, Yukon District.  order that he might finally effect a towering monument in honor of the last survivor of this distinguished group. All  had died excepting Dr. Walker, who was  .sitting before them.  Dr. Walker had by this timer-aught the  meaning of these reminiscences, which,  beginning with the airy and jocular  graces of an after-dinner speech, had  deepened into the full stream of au eloquent oration. He bowed his head, profoundly moved by the words of tlie orator  and by the atmosphere of sympathy  which filled the place. Concluding his  tribute*- to Felton Choate tinned to Dr.  Walker, and with inimitable grace and  the expression of the most profound reverence in his carriage and voice,.he began :  "And you, sir," pouring out such a tribute of effectionate praise as under such  circumstances probably no youthful  scholar ever had the opportunity to ren-  to ah honored and beloved teacher.  o ���          The Metal Market.  New York, March 10.���Silver and lead  were both stronger yesterday. In New  York and San Francisco bar silver was  quoted at 59��c. The brokers price for  lead was $4 3__i- @ $4.'67-\- but the quotation  for miners and smelters was unchanged  standing at $4.10.  Bread Cast Upon the Waters.  [New Denver Ledge, March fltli.J  It is a fortunate condition of affairs to  be lucky. Years atjo, in Ainswortb, T.J.  Lendrum was very obliging and kind to  Scott McDonald. He lent McDonald $1000  one day, and although McDonald did not  use it he did not- forget the kindness.  When   the Payne  was stocked  he gave  Charles A. Waterman & Co.  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  IMPERIAL BANK  OF CANADA  Capital, Paid Up  Reserve     -     -  $2,000,000  1,200,000  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO  O.  R.  WILKIE, General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  A general banking business transacted.     ��  Savings bank department.  Deposits of ��1  and  upwards received and interest  allowed. ���    ���   ���  J. M. LAY, Manager.,  Lendrum 20,000 shares a* a present. This  now is a fortune in itself and we are not  surprised that Leudrum is travelling in  the south. Some people get their reward  in this life of kindly acts, but we do not  expect ours until we join the great camp  in Paradise. As a rule when we lend anybody a $1000'we consider ourselves lucky  to get it back without any trimmings.  Will Use Force if Necessary.  Chicago, March 10.���A special to the  Chronicle from Honolulu, via San Francisco, says : Concerning the Samoan situation a startling report was given out  by an officer of the cruiser Philadelphia  to a friend here, just prior to the sailing  of the flagship for Apia. According to  the officer, admiral Kautz is instructed to  uphold all of the recent decisions of chief  justice Chambers respecting the election  of the king in Samoa and matters growing out of it. He is to cooperate at once  with the American and British consuls  and declare Malieota Tanus" the rightful  and legal king. Malieota will be placed in  authority   under   the  protection   of the  m Tremont Hotel  IH|AL0j.E & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETOR-.  Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors  EEAL ESTATE and GENERAL AGENTS  .     Baker Street,, Nelson ..  ;FIRST DOOR "WEST BANK B. C. BUILDING.  Residence Lots for Sale I  Business.corner "oh.-Vernon street.,... $-_000'  House kiid two lots on Vernon street 1600  House and lot on Victoria "street . . ': 1650  House ancl lot on'Victoria street'1. . .1900  House iind two'lots on Carbonate St.. .1800  Dairy Ranch) on Kootenay Lake < neurr  Nelson, offers _ received.".   ���'  House to rent on Stanley St. ��10 per month  -iToiicj* to loan at. lowest, rates,  ALEX   STEWART,    Mining   Broker.  Oflicc:   Turner & Bocekh block, Baker and  Ward streets "Nelson.  o  o  CANADA  LIFE ASSURANCE CO.  o  z  H  <  FOE   S__-___I!  33  1-  ���1-Rooni House, Hines Road  �� 730  1 Room House and 2 Lois, Victoria. St 1200  tu  _b!*g._l% :R_3:c>f-p?  ' O"  Three aiid .Four Room HpiSscS  -1  oc  lu���  OL  SS,  GKNI.1.AJ-. BROKER  so  o  Ollicd in Aberdeen block, .Baker St., Nelson  _c  o1  S  o  a  FIRE INSURANCE, REAL ESTATE  o  o  : THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigaps  ALWAYS-ON HAND  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  MKE OF THE WOODS ffiLLIG GO'S  HUNGARIAN BRAND  On sale i.fc��-  FLQUR  J, A. IRVING & CO/S,  Corner __rtker .viSd Kootenay Streets,  EIRKPATRIOK & WILSON'S,  Baker Street, near "VVard.  M. DBS ERISA'S" & GO.'S,  Aberdeen Block, Baker Street.  BRITISH COLUMBIA POTTEBY CO., Ltd  VICTOBIA,   33. C.  JUNUKACTUK-BS OK  PRT5SSKD BRICKS'     FIRE BRICKS     FIRE CLAY  VITRIFIl-D SALT GLAJiRD SEWKR PIPES  Largo  con.fbrtable ,bcdi;6om.s arid   first-class  dining,  ro6.ru   Sample rooms for coniinercial meiu  E-AilC-BS  FJSBi   iD-VST  Mrs.  E.  0.  ��  Late of .lip Royal Hotel, Calgary,  All kinds of sanitary fittings, agricultural 'drain tilo,  flower pots, terra cotla, chimney pipe and flue lining,  chimney tops, lire brick, fire clay, all kinds of fine clay  goods, assayers' furnaces etc., made to .order.  Ornamental   Gat-den  Border Tiles,  Vases,   Etc.  Cement, plaster of paris. lime, and all kinds of  ornamental plaster work.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Brewery at Nelson.  rj. D. HUME, Manager.  Tho fiiicsl, hotel in the interior.  Large sample rooms.   Steam heat and electric light.  CORNER OF WARD AND VERNON STS., NELSON  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one  management since 1890. .,.,,,.  The bed-rooms  arc  well furnished  and   lighted by  electricity. ..       . , , .   T-    .  The dining-room is not second to any m Kootenay.  The bar is always stocked by the best domc.lie and  imported liquors and cigars.  1 ' THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  Large ancl well lighted Heated by.hot air  Reasonable rates Sample rooms  Electric bells and light in every room  Renovated and refurnished throughout  HOTEL   VICTORIA  . J. V. PERKS, Proprietor  Free bus meets all trains RpVfiktnkfi    B.C.  Hourly street car to station neV-l-lUI-B.   O. V.  Application for Liquor License.  Notice is hereby.given that we will, thirty days from  tho date of this- notice, apply to the government agont at.  Nelson for a license to sell liquor at rotail at our hotel,  known as the Majestic Hotel, situate on the government  trail between Eagle and Forty-nino crocks, in West  Kootenay district, British Columbia. '_,��� ,,TT __���  JOHN MILKS, -  Dated March 1st, 1899. K. BAM.KTT.  American and B-'-ti-li marines. Mattaafa,  \��ho ha-* now military ��������<���<--���.dancy in the  inland-, vtill Lu i-.iiltsii upon to s-irrendui.  Sli'uilil lie n.fu��B to do so. admiral  K..ur/, is in*trnetpri to ������iir'nc'eHf',  by foi-ie it" iiecessaiy, to establi.-h  flip nip Imrity of i be duly el-.c-xwl king,  Malifoia Tanu-." Ic is b��liHVt'd there will  b�� >v ��ii-neirl��j, as Mataaia is brave, and  has tlie undor.sc'inent of and will be .supported by Gei'iimny. It is not; believed  tliat admiral Kautz will jitte.npt to follow  hiiu further than hU present stronghold,  some six miles from Apia, in which ease  the American sailors would not be endangered except from bush whacker?*. But  Mataafa hiuif-elf may be the agre-isor.  India Copies American Legislation.  Calcutta, March 10.���In tho legislative  council sir James Westland, the financial  secretary, has introduced a bill, modelled  upon .the United States Act of July 1897,  giving the government power to impose  countervailing duties on bounty sugar imported into India, It is proposed to pass  the measure during the present session.  Russia Will Withdraw. "  Pf��kin, March 10.���The Chinese foreign  office has received a despatch from St.  Petersburg saying that as a result of negotiations between Russia and Great  Britian, the Russian minister will withdraw his protest against the Hong Kong  contract.  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall-treels, Nelson,  urns  WHOLI-SA_.E   AND   RETAIL  Meat Merchants  Wholesale Markets at ftelson, Rossland, Sandon and Creenvvcod.  RETAIL   STORES  AT  Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver,  Sandon, Silverton, Cascade  City,  Grand  Forks,  Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  ORDERS BY MAIL  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  Head Office, Nelson, B.C.  .    MEALS AT ALL HOUKS, DAY OR NIOHT  BAKRItY IN CONNKOTION  FAMILY AND PASTUY COOKING A SPKCIALTY  ONLY'WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  K/HURRY, Prop.  BON TON RESTAURANT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Theoonly restaurant in the city  employing* only white cooks.  Merchants' lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner from 5  to 8.    Short orders   at  all   hours.  CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY  AND'SOO, LINE  -r*     <-' , - - J  Fast and  Short  Route to and. From  Kootenay Country.-  ��� First-class and Tourist Sleepers Operated from  " PACIFIC TO ATLANTIC  . Tickets issued through and baggage  "J checked to destination.  OOlSTj-TEOTIOISrS  . Rossland,. Trail and  Robson,.  Lea%'d.        '             '    .DAILY                - Arrive.  6:40 p. m ".. .NELSON _. 10:30 p. m.  Main Lin,e and Intermediate Poirjts .via- Slocan Lake.  Leave.        "                      DAILY        * Arrive.  8:30 a. in.. :.-... NELSON 8:30 p. in.  Kootenay Lakc-.-Xaslo* Route-Stearner Kokanee.  Leave.                Daily F'xccpt Sunday Arrive  1:00 p. in... NELSON 11:00 a. in.  l^ootei|ay, River Route-Steamer Moyie.  Mon., Wed., Fri.' Tues., Th.irs., Sat.  8:00 a.m. Leavo NELSON Arrive (!:o0 p. in.  Makes connection at.PilotBaj* with steamer Kokanee  in both directions.  Steamers on their respective routes call at principal  landings in both directions, and at other points when  signalled.  Ascertain Rates and full information by addressing  nearest local agent or  C. E. BEASLEY, City Tick,et Agent, \  Nelson,  iincouvcr.  R. W; DREW, Agent.  W\nF. Andi-I-SO-.*, Traveling P.issengcr Agent  15. J. Cox!*-, Dls't Passenger Agent, Vancoii  Nelson, B. C.  Spoiane Mis & Northern,  Nelson & Fort Sheppard,  Bed Mountain Bailways.  Tlie only all rail; route without change of cars  between Nelson and Rossland, arid  Spokane arjd Rossland.  DAILY   TRAINS.  Leavo Arrivo  llilfi it. m,.,..,....,,......NRLSON S.-;��)p.m.  lli.*iSfi.m  IJOSSLAND ��.....,...,......:10p. in.  8:��0 ii. m. SPOKANK  .{1:10 p.m.  'ilhotrafn tliat lefives isf(ilson at (!;20a, m.,makes close  coimcctibnsitt fepokano with trains for all i'acillc Coiuit  points.  Passengers for Kettle Hiverand JJouiidary Crook con  neet at Marcurf with stage daily.  C. G. DIXON, G. P. & T. A.  Kootenay Bailway &  Navigation  Go.  STH. INTKUNATIONAL  Daily oxcept Sunday.      Pacific standard tinie  KASLO TO NICLSON  South      Head Read      N'orl.h  bound      down up        hound  Leave    0:30 a.m .���   Kaslo   8:30 p.m. Arrive  Duo       7:30    n     Ainswortb  7:10    �� Due  Duo       8:00    ii      Pilot Bay ......6:30    �� Due  Due        8:15    h "Balfour G:00 . h Due  Due        9:45    n    Kivc-niilo Point���5:10    n Duo  Arrive 10:30    n     Nelson  4:,'U)    n      Leave  Connects with N. & Ft. S. liy.. train for Spokano, leaving Five-mile Point at 10:05 a.m.  Steamers leave Kaslo city wharf at foot of Third street  ROBERT IRVING. Manager.  S^aslo & Slocan Railway  GOING WEST  Leave    8.00 a. in.  Arrivo 10.10    "  llAII.V  Kaslo  Sandon  GOINf. .BAST  Arrive 3.55 p. in.  Leave  1.15    "  CODY   BRANCIL  Leave    11.00a.m. Sandon Arrive 11.40a. tn  Arrive   11.15    �� Cody Leavo 11.25    "  G. F.,COPKLAND, Superintendent.  ATLANTIC   STEAMSHIP   TICKETS.  ���-.To and from European points via Canadian and American linos.   Apply for .sailing dates, rates, tickets, and  full information to any Canadian Paoiflc railway agentor  C.. P. R. City Agont, Nelson.  WTLLTAM STITT; Hnnnrftl R. S.AKon-. Winn low.  The Tribune winHbuylbld Rags  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson   E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PR02HPT ATTENTION.  James McPhee  Will contract to supply and install any kmd of electrical machinery  PRACTICAL  ELECTRICIAN  Will wire buildings for electric lighting, electric bells,  electric burglar alarms, electric annunciators.  Will contract to install fire alarm systems in towns an  cities.   Full slock ot wiie nnd fixtures on hand.  WRITE FOR PRICES.    Office and Storeroom:   Josephine Street, fJelson.  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  HEAD  OFFICE,   LONDON,   ENGLAND.  All communications relating to  British  Columbia- business to be addressed  505, Nelson, British Columbia  to  P.O.  o l  Drawer  J. RODERICK. ROBERTSON, General Manager (   ��,,-,   #-._-.��.,     r-��   s\  S. S FOWLER, E.M.', Mining Engineer, \   NtLbOIN,   D. C.  Goat River Lumber Company  O-R-BST-O-tST,   -B. O.  Situate on the Crow's Nest Railway is'prepared-to deliver lumber of any description in any quantity 'at any place .within the  district of Kootenay.  Tenders Solicited  GOAT, RIVER  LUMBER COMPANY,  G.   A.  BIGELOW,, Manager  Nelson  Planing  FLOORING, LINING, MOULDINGS, DOORS,  AND SASHES IN STOCK.  ���EVERY-DESCRIPTI0N-0F-J0INERY;-D00RS-AND WINDOWS  MADE TO ORDER.  Office and Mills Corner Hall and Front Streets^ Nelson  Lumber   Lumber   Luml^f  KQptenay Lak-3 Sawmill, G. O. BM&h^nah^Prbp.  First   class   lufnbqr  at   right   prices    Also  a   full   liire  of   Sasli,  DocifS,  Turned Work, etc.,  constantly on hand.  Yard:   Foot Hendryx Street.       JOHN RAE, Agent,  DYNAMITE AND EXPLOSIVES  FoP Miners, Pit Sinkers, Quarrymen and Contractors  ONTARIO POWDER WORKS, Kingston, On*.  MANUKACTUllKliS jV.VD DKAr.KUS IN  Fuse, Caps,  "WEITE   -ETO-R   J?EICE   LISTS  GEO. GRADOCK & GQ,  WAKEFIELD, ENGLAND,  Original Manufacturers and Introducers of Lang's Patent  -W-IZ-STlSr  &c  HOLLAHD, 3V_:03SrTI?,E^.I_  sol_- -A-C3-_ii_sra?s -tro_B C-_-.3stj____d-a- THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C.,  FRIDAY, MARCH 10,  1809.  TT7"E carry the most complete line  of drug sundries in Kootenay  and the quality of our goods is the  best that money can buy. Our prices  are no higher than our competitors  charge for inferior goods.  WANT   TO   GO   TO   PARIS  iPS-iu-"-!s^. ��� -��� ~""*t_- /p^'*-���-CiL-^.^^ ?"_tt_i  At~.it-  See that your  prescriptions are  filled by us.  Wo use none hut tlio best quality of drugs and chemicals  Special attention given to tlieir compounding  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  0 CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON  Special this Weel^  Just  arrived,  a  stock  of  the  celebrated  Box Calf,  Heavy Goodyear Welt,  Chrome Tanned,  Leather Lined Shoes  Our- price, $4.50  Regular price, $5.00  18 and 20, Baker Street,  (Postoffice Store) Nelson  Branch Store at YMIR.  James A. Gilker  CCAl*!tAL ^5jC^PQ|l^|DI^ipfeBjiBfol^iWo^^M^ijtlr ^1JOH each  Ua   mjTWon    y  ��*?.W."!^E]^ Nelson,  B.C.  l'��-**.W&__./JM!^^ Nelson, '-B.0.'  &��S^K^ -'    =   ' '   '  ^;_ti__SSRS;;|_^^ " *P_i6}e3|ii'S^Bi?I^^G^^-3itiker St.,  Nelson, B.C.  ^:^*fIssue Sf shares  jiljbl'Vq.i-ea^ cents ou  VairotraeT-Tt.^ud^^^ Nox'kll to beVmtide u'litil three months  ^af^r'22rM:t#raar^,���1899. (     ���-���..;. C :.".^   '-'    ��� ���".'        . '"-���"������" ������_;%'U  ''"X5 ,THe!-*:uhs('ri)|i.id_i:lis1>"for this,issue"t\v,iliiopenMt 10 a.rui .QnW6'-day, March 13th,  ^nd-:y^e;a��3 p;|n5^n J^id%, March;01st,"^9:  ^ft^f^^l^iciatioh'-li 'ipr shares, a^cd-_fp^ni^dyyyith iheVampiint payable oft application,  Fsplicatlon c'���andbe obTfaineByor at the office of tue company.  To Look After the British Columbia Mineral Exhibit.  A contest has developed in Nelson between Otto Martin Rosendale and Edward  Custer Arthur for the job of looking after  the mineral exhibit of British Columbia  at the Paris exposition. Both of the rival  aspirants have communications before  the South Kootenay Board of Trade, asking for the endorsation of the board of  their application for the position. The  application of Rosendale sets out that he  can make a mining talk in all the dead as  well as the living languages, and the  worth of this .iccompli.-h.nent is emphasized in a letter from 11. lied ley of i he  Hall Mines smelter, in which he vouches  for the statement that Rosendale has a  wonderful memory. There isalsoalengt liy  petition in which a great many of the  prominent citizens of Nelson attest that  iu their opinion Rosendale is the manfor  the job. Dr. Arthur's candidature is regarded by many as a joke. With the  doctor, however, it is no joke; he is said  ���to be anxious to go to Paris. The board  of trade will deal with the rival claimants  at its next regular meeting.  The Company Must Pay the Wages.  The supreme court at Victoria yesterday delivered judgment in the appeal  ease of Holden et al vs. the Bright Prospects Mining Company, dismissing the  appeal. The case was tried in Nelson on  December 22nd, 1S98, and on January Gth  judge Forin delivered his decision, holding that the Mechanics' Lien Act applied  to mines and miners. From this, decision  the defendants appealed to the full court,  with the result that judge Forin's judgment in the case is sustained. The l'esult  of the decision is that the Bright Prospects Mining Company will have to pay  the unsettled accounts for wages incurred  by A. W. Wright, who had a contract for  driving a tunnel on the company's property, and left Nelson without paying  the wages of the men employed.  McDowell Will. Know Tomorrow.  General superintendent Marpole, superintendent Beasley and G. W. McDowell  made a trip this morning to the site desired by the latter as a sampling works,  with the result that the two superintendents have hung the matter up tillgener-  al-manager Whyte reaches the city tomorrow. The members of the committee  of the board of trade who were appointed  to assist Mr. McDowell in his efforts to  secure the site are of the opinion that a  favorable reply will be received from the  railway officials tomorrow.  . LOCAL, -NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.   -  taken from his claims on Bonanza, 1__ I dorado, and Hunker creeks, .19,200 tons of gravel, which yielded *I51,299, ($2,207,802).  Two London mining experts sent out to  report are agreed that the cost of working and recovering the dust does not exceed 10 per cent of the value of tlie gold.  So that, after deduct ing the government  roynltv,    McDonald    has    netted   about  .$i;7<Ki,!-Jir>.  Vancouver People Bound for Atlin.  Several large parties of Vancouverites  are making arrangements to leave for the  north within a few days. Ono of these  will be headed by ex-alderman Coupland  of that city, who was in the. north some  time last year. He secured some good  claims on several of the Atlin creeks and  expects this year to do a good business  wilh them. There will be nearly 40 local  people with him, it is reported, when he  leaves���probably next week���and most of  these are well-known young men, who  will seek their fortunes in the now frosty  north. Having had experience, Mr.  Coupland will be in a position to  render valuable asssistance to the  young men who are goiug in with him.  Several days ago, ex-aldeiman H. P.  Shaw sent north a party to commence  work on the discovery ciaims at Dixon  creek. These have been secured by Mr.  Shaw, along with several other citizens  and they promise to be among those  which will turn out well this year. On  the next trip of the Cutch, Mr. Shaw will  go north with a party of men and they  will also go to work principally on the six  claims that form the gioup owned by the  Vadcouver people ou Dixon. Mr. Shaw  intends to spend most of the season in the  north.  ���  .'  .  s of the memorandum and articles bt association of the company may be in-  'sp^ected .at thisoffice of tho company's solicitors.  BY BUYING YOUR VVfATCH FROM  in  ��old, Gold Filled, Silver and Nickel Cases  Any grade movement from 7 to 21 Jewels  guaranteed.    Repairing a specialty  -E?. o. box s-i      JCTEr-SO-sr, _____ c  TENT and AWMM MMUFAGTOBT  Canvas Goods, Tents, Awnings,  ofds and Fancy Striped Curtains for  Verandahs and Windows  ALL  KINDS  THEO. MADSON '����&.  PROI ___ET01_       Baker St. opposite postoffice, Nolson  BBACKMAN & KERMILLING CO., Ltd.  ���V7*_E3:pX----.SJ-^X.-E3   _A._C*T-D   -Ea.ElT-A.IXi  EC_A.1T,,    GKR^IINy IFiEIEICL   ETC.  _*�� ^-~*  ���~ " ��� '_j        "���. -"��� '   - ��� ' ���-������'_��  Write tor guotalioiis 011 car lots,      .   X3��!X<SOK,   B- C  . Thesteamer Kootenay on.Tuesday ccm-  pleteci the longest run on record .between  Nakusp aiid .= Brooklyn. V The" steamer  started ou the trip and got caught in the  ice. She had not fuel enough to break  her' way through, aud was forced to remain in the ice.until it became soft. The  "Columbia river, route is now open and  traflic over.it may shortly,be resumed.  The city's 'energetic,. f-pduudkeeper  caught the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company Vhorse running at- large yesterday and promptly lodged it iu the pound  , with the result that the railway company  had.to put up a dollar to secure possession of the ''animal- again. The-horse in  qtiestbu is a hostage which the railway  company is holding for the railway fare  of its: owner,, who arrived in 'Nelson in  October last1 froth the Crow's Nest rail-  way.grade without .sufficient money to  ��� pay for his own passage or the freight  charges on the horse.  Hugh Macpherson has a party of men  engaged iu fixing a rawhide trail from  the Beatrice claim, on Mohawk creek, to  the mouth of Goat creek, on the north  fork of the Lardeau, in order to rawhide  out the ore on the Beatrice dump, 125 tons  of which is sacked aud ready i'or shipment. The Beatrice is under bond to the  Beer'brothers of this: cifcy*.  f=^\V1=Blak?eW6rl3r^  Nest Pass Coal Company at Pernie ai*-r  rived at Feruie last night on the steamer  Moyie. He repdrts that at the present  time the output of the mines exceeds one  ha rid red tons .per day, and that the demand for coal iind coke exceeds the  supply.  General superintendent Mai-pole did not  bring jn any hews with respect to "the"  cpmmehce.__ent pf work upon the Kootenay Lake sectiop of the Crow's Neat  rdad. He<snys that when general man-  agei8 VVJiyte hrl'lves in Nelson over the  Crow's Nest this evening sonletl-iug definite may be letirned concerning the company's immediate intentions as he has  recently returned from Montreal.  The series of lectures oh cooking by  Miss Livingston., was concluded this afternoon, the subject being the malHifacture  of candies. There was a large attendance  of ladies and at the conclusion a vote of  thanks was passed to the lecturer for her  interesting and instructive lessons on the  culinary art.  ->A   dispatch   from  Victoria  announces  that; alderman   McKillop  has   been  a p.-'  pointed a member of the board of license  commissioners.   He succeeds police magistrate Crease.  The frost of last night tightened up the  ice at the Crystal rink and the probabilities are that it will be in good condition  for the hockey match to-be played tomorrow evening between the Slocan City  and Nelson teams. A practice game will  be played tonight.  The anniversary of Ireland's patron  saint will be celebrated in Nelson, on Friday evening, March 17th, with an entertainment in the opera house. The programme will consist of a lecture by P. A.  O'Farrell, and music by the best local  talent. The proceeds will be devoted to  the buildiug fund of the new Roman  Catholic church.  Canadian Mining Institute.  At the meeting of the Canadian Mining  Institute held in Montreal, the following  officers were elected : Patron, lord Minto;  president, Joliu Hard mini, Montreal.  Provincial councils���Quebec, G. R. Smith ;  J.'Ob.ilski, superintendent of mines ; Dr.  Adams of McGill, and R. T. Hopper of  Montreal. Ontario, James ������MeArthur, A.  Blue, Toronto ; Charles Brent, Rat- Portage ; and Eugene Coste, Toronto. British  Columbia, E.-.T. Gait, Leihbridge; James  Fowler, R.R. liedley, Nelson ; aud W.  Blackniore of Victoria.  BUSINESS mention;  Pianos tuued and violin bows re-haired.  Leave orders at Art & Music Company, Iiakcr street,  Nelson.   ; ���-'  Herr F. Steiner receives pupils in vocal  culture, piano and cello.   Address Art & Music Company, Baker street. Nelson,  GIRLS   WANTED.  GI11LS wauling to learn dress niakiut. ivnd millinery,  apply at once to Fred Irvine & Co.  ���^_r-*  Goh tractors  and Others  Who use picks, shovels, etc.,  should not fail to look at our line  of goods, which for qualities and  material cannot be beat.  Importers of Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  MAR-V & BAR^Attt) liLOdif, UAKlCR ST., :N..1_SC-N  Does the Eastern Tailor  . SPEf.D HIS .-VlDltEY If. fJELSOf.?    '  No; tli^fi buy. your clothes from a Nelson t<vilor  who does. Wo Ijck to announcb that u _ nave  'out'bui- prices so clo^o this season thai; you will  Hint no ni.rci-eiK-e hcl ween them rahd:a.iy r<5pu-  lablo h-tiisc in this east. Thi2ii,-all.beiinf "ciqual,"  surbly yoi. will favor home -nilusXry'i. Our cloth-  ink"iiSnmnftdo.iii Nelson, .ill we ask is a trial.  J.AKKH, STllKKT VVl'.ST, XELSON; U.-.0.  WE ltAVK NO AGENTS  H. M. VINCENT  Merchant tailor  Young Meii  It you want a nobby suit or a stylish pair  of pants for spring wear call at rooms 5 and  !) Clements block. I will show you some  nice cloth and samples, and will send same  to your oflicc or room where your measure  can be taken. Will lit you as you were'  never fitted before.  LADIES' TAILOR MADK SUITS  A SPECIALTY  Stevens, Tfye Tailor  Kelson Electric Light Company, Limited  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder mm  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Brill Steel4  W H^i  WOODEN  MATERIAL  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  J||j|>*   and Woodenware  1  "*%     Stoves, Eanges,  Iron, Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  >-.J  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.  Will   be found  in  their  new  premises  on   Baker Street  with  a complete stock of  HARDWARE  Shelf and  Heavy  Heavy  and Shelf  ALL KINDS OF MINING SUPPLIES  Ypu will -find-it, Lo your ad vantage'to-consult us   I. Tinsmith.rig ar[d Pluit*ibirig'*a Specialty  ",   - before placing your orders"       "---"-."-     j Estirtjates Cheerfully Furnished; ]  For a Nice Breakfest Try 0uf  ' .1  Pigs Feet in  i  pound tins, 20 pound kits and. half barrels..   Salt Mackerel,   Labrador   Herring   and   Salmon ' Belly   in   kits, and half "Barrefs.  FRESH EGGS  CAPE COD CRANBERRIES  Tiicf fPrAIVA/l a shipment of  JUM ICLC1VCU     STEELE,  BRIGGS  &  &  GO'S  and D.  M.  FERRY  &  GO'S  Fresh Garden and Flower  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON, B. C.  THAT YOU ARE USING TEA THAT DOESN'T SUIT YOU?  Indeed' we feel sorry for you when we know, perfectly well wo call suit you in any  line of Tea, it matters not what kind, Green, Black, Young Hyson, Gunpowder, etc., etc.  We have the largest iind best assorted stock of teas in Nclsoji.  The very best indications tliat Our teas are giving Satisfaction is the fact that our  sales are increasing daily.  Kindly bear in mind when we sell you a pound of tea we Sell it to give satisfaction  and if it doesn't suit you don't keep it, for we are satisfied we .can please you. We have  pleased the most fastidious.  Out- stock of groceries.is the largest in the city���always buying in car lots.  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, B. C.  . DesBrisay & Go  Claims Can Stand the Eoyalty.  Alexander   McDonald,   the   Klondyke  pioneer and millionaire, states that during the yearg 1807 and 189S, there were  NOTICE  All persons ��� having- accounts against the  company will present them at once to the  manager, and all persons indebted to the  company are required to settle the same'immediately.    JOHN HOUSTON, Manager.  Nelaoii. March 10th, 189.0.  John A. Irving & Co.  IIj.VE just keceivkd a consig.vment of  YANKEE HILL'S PURE MAPLE SYRUP  IN. GALLON AND ONE-HALF GALLON TINS. AND BOTTLES  Fairiily ordors a .specialty and free daily delivery T   TItY IT AND BE CONVINCED  ���-Mail.and telephone orders promptly attended to THE FINEST ON THE MARKET  Baker Street West, opposite Oddfellows' Block   |     JUST THE THING EOll HOT GAKKS  SPECIAL ATTENTION  Have just received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds, from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. Mm  H  The supply is limited, so call early and examine this stock.

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