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 YOUNG LIBERALS' LOVE FEAST
"/AT   TORONTO.
Special lo The Tribune.
Toronto, April 4.—At tlio Young Liberal banquet here last night Mr. Shielding
dec-hired   sir   Hibbert   Tupper  had   not
made   a    definite    and   specific-    charge
against ..Mr.   Sifton.    If  he   Avould lay a
charge   in   parliament   against    him   it
would   be   inquired   into.     Mr.   Fielding
vindicated the course of the government,
maintaining, with regard to   the  surplus
and the charge that  it was  obtained by
juggling with capital   accounts, that the
accounts are kept now on the same principle   that obtained   under Conservative
rule,   and   that   if capital accounts were
included in the outlay, every one  of the
sixteen   or  seventeen   Conservative  surpluses since confederation   would   disappear.  This year they would have a larger
surplus  than   there  ever had been.    He
expected the Intercolonial railway would
pay its way very soon.    He  cited figures
to show that in 185)5 the annual expenditure   was  $7.n'l   pel'   head   and   in   .185)8
$7.37.'   The   increase  of  the public debt
was due to the expenditure on transportation systems like the Crow's  Nest Pass
railway.    The Conservatives, however, in
seventeen   years   had   increased the debt
at  the  rate  of $0,000-000   per year, and
the Liberals in two years hail   increased
it only by $5,000,000 in all.
. Patent Shark Skipped to England.
Special to The Tribune.
Montim.ai_, April 4.—A large number
of Montrealers are anxiously looking for
II. E. Lowe, who last October opened an
ollice iii this city under the name of tlie
British American Patent Investment
Company, to handle patents f r their
owners and buy and sell rights oil commission. Mr. Mallette, an experienced
patent manager, was induced to enter
into partnership and put up $2400 for the
privilege. The day after securing his
partner "'Mr. Lowe sailed for England, and
nothing has since been heard of him.
Lowe originally came herefrom Toronto,
where he is said to have been' connected
with R. A. Kelland of the Confederation
Life building. Among others-who are
patiently awaiting Lowe's return are E.
- MoArfchur 'of.; Toledo, Ohio, who had
placed a self-extinguishing lantern in his
hands; W. .IS... Joy, of Toronto,-a car-moving device; Dr. Bell of. Peterboro, a paten t time teacher for schools; W. VV.
;• Moffatt qf Hamilton,-a- patent lock; and
,PJ. Bertie,.bicycleVtnainit'actureivTcironto,.
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VSpeciartd'TJio.Ti-ibunoii
WEDNESDAY MORNING, APRIL <*>,  18!'!'.
THE EIGHT-HOUR AMENDMENT
WILL   BE   ENFORCED.
PUBLISHED AT NSLSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.
DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;  WEEKLY, $2.
Shots were exchanged and two of the
Montana regiment were wounded, but
there was no engagement,
day general McArthur
ward, as the water supply
inadequate. The belief
among the residents here that the effect
of the capture of Malalos, the former
rebel capital, followed by the proclamation of the United States Philippine commission would convince the natives that
Aguinaldo's bubble nas burst.
Later in the
moved north-
of Malalos is
is   spreading
SIFTON'S ANSWER TO TUPPER
CONSIDERED   SATISFACTORY.
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THE   GERMAN   VERSION
Made Public.
Bi.iu.ix,  April   4. Dr. Von  Hamnian,
under secretary of the German foreign
ofiice, was -asked today for a statement
regarding admiral Ivaut/.'s charge made
against Herr Rose, the German consul at
Apia. He said : "That is admiral Kaute's
'view, the other-view is that the whole
trouble Avas caused by others in the royal
election. We have no official news about.
Herr Rose having issued a •■proclamation.'
We cannot tell what its contents are.
That Herr Rose protested at the consul's.,
meeting we know, but that is a different
thing from a proclamation."
When he was questioned as to the
status of the negotiations on the subject
of Samoa, Dr. 'Von Hammen replied that
Dr..Von BuIoav. the minister of foreign
affairs, has taken his leave.and returned
to Berlin, because he.desires to carry on
the negotiations himself. He 'hail a long
■conference- yesterday with the British
ambassador, and today he conferred with
the United States ambassador. He said
it is true that England is thus far holding back against Germany's pioposal to
send a joint commission to Samoa.
Special to Tho Tribune.
Ottawa, April 4.—-In the house of
commons today Hon. Clifford Sifton, minister of the interior, replied to sir Hibbert
Topper's charges against the governments
administration iu the Yukon. The speech
of minister Sifton Avas described by his
political friends and opponents alike, as a.
masterly effort. He refuted every insinuation, every semblance of charge made
by Tupper, and produced evidence to
show that there was not the sligetest
atom of truth in them. Sifton -was not
only congratulated by all his colleagues
in the cabinet and supporters in the
house, but many Conservatives admitted
that his speech was more than an answer
to Tupper, for it gave an opportunity to'
the minister to show the difficulties that/
existed in the way of governing that distant and almost at one time undesirable
part of Canadian territory, and notwithstanding these, how successful the administration had been carried on.
FAWCETT CLEARS HIS SKIRTS
OF   CROOKED   CHARGES.
•:"proposed 'Wcall "a»!sl.iyrelipldei-s' meeting
. £* "i..*" .. Un  D. b    4v,uu° ° °°-nu*ff% fl.&.\^.-flpn. "**° "p".,D   °.„   .;,,     ",'"
■  .,tp.fincrp#s,ejtlfcT^
,^lev$oi)in(|i^ 4l'-l
^"•IfaMinM/.yi^^^ippexl 'IJkyk ,i"s" "ish'ieny"
.. °pivned\iu„jGpr^
nn;£-iihfej*.^
'i6Vdi'scoiirui.ge'",'^puctt]a"fi,o.ti" In   l&ssland,
- nnues tor;a^A\.lule.V" :"„ »
Pj. edict - a Gerieiral »Electioii.
''  ■*'".        '"/..   fepeciaf.fco"Th{SB=Ti-ibu .„ :
„ 1 ^y/l.N^SneO^Afe^l^^Th°e Tripune;says _.
'^Spiiie citizens Avhn0'hrt'\"e ibeQu- siting up
thy situation are eoiilideut/thtlt there will
be a "pi'Oviifcial eleOtloli within six,monfchs.
The estimates contain amounts for pre-
pairing voters' Hist and miscellaneous,.
.$15,O/Q0__and-$2^^
Slims are taken as indicating that .tlie
government will hold an election the
Coming summer. This contention is also
supported by the very full speeches made
by tlie members on questions before the
public." .
C. P. R, Getting a Move On.
Special, to Tlio Triburie.
Mon.tri_a!'., April J.—The Canadian Pacific passenger department,lias announced
tliatjn May or .June next faster express
trains will be put On between Montreal,
and the Pacific coast.. , Time-tables are
now"* beiyg prepared. New locomotives
Avillbe used in connection with the ser-'
A* ice.  ^___^_^_
Lakin Made Speaker.
Spocial to tlie Tribune.
Winnipeg, April 4.-—The Nortlnvest
legislature opened today at Regina. AV.
W. Lakin of Saltcoats Avas elected speaker
of the neAV house. Nothing startling in
neAV legislation was promised by governor Forget in the speech from the
throne. '   .   ■   ■
The Engineer Resigned.
Victoria, April 4.—W. B. Ferguson,
who recently arrived from Toronto, to
take up the position of city engineer here,
has tendered his resignation in consequence of the strained relations between
himself and the aldermen oArer their demand for evidence of professional standing.	
Aguinaldo's Bubble Has Burst.
Manila, April 1.—General McArthur
recou noitered in force this morning Avith
the Montana regiment, the fourth eaA-al-
ry, and two guns of the light artillery, as
far as the river.north of--.Malalos," The
reconnaissance developed the fact that
there are fully 1000 rebels, armed Avith
Mauser   rifles,    preparing. for   defence.
Spanish Prisoners in Hard Luck.,
Manii-A. April 4.—The committee of
Spaniards under the leadership of Senor
Antonio Fusel, president of the Spanish
'club, has had little success with the ex-
pidition organized to deliver money and
stores to the Spanish prisoners. The
members of the expedition- were obliged
to give the goods to the Filipino 'officers
at Batangas. - The boat had a letter from
Aguinaldo directing the Filipino officials
to aid the mission, but general Trias,
commanding the Filipino forces in the-
southern provinces, and his.-subordinates,
declined to"recognize Aguinaldo's authority. "jUlie Spanish members., of—the. -committee refused to accept the invitations;
to land, haA*ing been warned that they
A\-ould bo held for ransoms. Major Rafael
'-Morales, the former Spanish governor of
the island of Miudoro, was brought on
board the ship for an interview. He was
so weak that he fainted, and at parting
said : '"I shall never see you again." The
Filipinos thought'the red , cross Ihig Avas
the American battle Hag. A committee,
avIiosc members are of all nationalties in
Manila, headed by John McLeod, an
Englishman, has been organized to interview the Filipinos leaders and petition
for the release of the Spanish prisoners in
the name of humanity.
Emperor Bill in England.
Loi.ix.-n, April 4.—Truth today says
emperor William of Germany will be
accompanied, to Cawes,, Isle of Wight, for
the yachting week, by the ehipreSf. and
r-Y-inees William and Bitel Frederick. His
=mafesty^it^is=udderlr^
his yacht, but the empregs and liex sous
Avill be the guests of queen Victoria at
Osborne.- The \*isifc will probably last
twelve days, Avhen the imperial yacht
Hoiien'/'Ollern avjH proceed to Ab.elrlee.ii
and the empress will land there and
spend a. feAv weeks at Bergeldie castle,
which the queen lias* Olfei'ed to place at
her'disposal. In the event .of the program me being carried out, the younger
children of the ejnperoi* aiid empress of
Germany will join tlie latter at BejC-geldic
■ castled •     •■   '   ' ■■ '
,«
Little Republics May Fight.
PoSrr AU PiMXCio/'Huyti, April I.—Tlie
relations between the republic of Hayti
and the republic of San, Domingo are
very much strained owing to disputes regarding territories claimed by both
republics. The two governments are
concentrating troops on tlie frontiers and
it AA*as reported that the Doininicians
have invaded Haytian territory and' occupied Las Caobas.
Atlantic Sealing Catches.
St Johns, NeAvfouudland, April 4.~
The sealing steamers NeAvfouudland with
17,000 seals, Panther, Avith 15,000, and
Algerine with 10,000, arrived here today.
The people along the coast are still landing seals by the hundreds. The steamer
Daniohot, from Halifax and Dordet,
which arrived today, reports encountering' immense ice floes south of'Cape Race.
IRELAND   REMAINS   DIVIDED
By Her Politicians.
DuBLi-v-A-pril 4.—A conference of the
Nationalist members of parliament, witli-
the view-to .bring about a reunion of the'
Irish parties,.was opened at the Mansion1
house here today.    The Parnellites  Avere'
iin-ited to attend but declined to do so,
owing to the fact that  the Nationalists
had rejected their proposal for a parliamentary joint committee meeting to dis-'
cuss the basis of the union.  The bulk  of
the Redmonites were absent, but Timothy
Harrington was present and Avas elected
to the chair.    Timothy 31.  Healey,  Timothy D. Sullivan and Thomas  J.  Healey
sat with the anti-Parnellites. John Dillon
moA'ed and  Michael  DaAitt  seconded  a
resolution regretting the absence  of the,
bulk  of the  Parnellites,   which it  AA'as
pointed out, Avould make reunion imposs-;
ible, and favoring the reconstitution  of
the "old /Parnelllte   party - as . it  existed.
from 188^ top 1890,   aiid  declaring- their-
readiness, as an earnest of their exemplification of the spirits ofthe Parnellites to
support°a Parnellite for first chairman of.
, the'party. The resolutions were ado.*****-^,*!
though there_Avas a.slight disseT'-'^.trne"
last proposal. "
' HEINZE   WILL   SELL   OUT
To Standard Oil Trust.
Nioav Von if, April 1.—The Tribune today says: A special despatch received
yesterday from "Butte", Montana, said that
it Avas reported there that F. A. Heinze*
and the representatives* of the Boston
and Montana Copper Company had
reached an agreement Avhoreby Mr. Heinze
would turn o\ er to the Standard Oil interests the. Montana Ore Purchasing Company and'his other claims, the reported
price  to  be  paid  him  being $3,400,000.
The despatch added that Mr. Heinle
and his counsel, Marcus Daly and the
Standard Oil representatives have left
for Noav York, whore, it is said, papers
will be passed and all litigation cleared
up. Another despatch from Boston says
that Thomas W. La.Avsoii and seA*eral
Standard Oil men have__le.£t/that__Cit-y_. 16rV
supposed  the big
be  announced
New York, Avhere it is
copper consolidation  Avill
the last of this week.
Toronto, April 4.—Faith Fun ton, writing to the Globe from Dawson says: ■-Although the royal commission   to  inquire
into   the   charges   of   corruption   made
against'the Yukon officials has been open
tA\o   weeks,   nothing   has  been  proA-en.
The Nugget is ignominously  beaten, and
has AvithdraAvn the  charges  inade.'' The
same Avith  the  alleged  Miner's  Association.   Dennis Pulford, sent to jail for not
ansAvering a question  and  avIio  said  he
was   employed   by  the Young   Liberal
Conservative Association of  OttaAva, has
been liberated.    He-swore he kneAv nothing against any  official.    Other  charges
^against   Fawcett .have, been   taken  up
and are still under inquiry.  Thus far not
the slightest stigma, is  attached to his
reputation.    He has  been able to rebut
ad\rerse  evidence  at  eA*ery step, wliich
has proved of marked  interest.    Pulford
cwas arrested, for refusing to say Avhether
lie Avas in the pay of the  GttaAva   young
Conservatives.    He    admitted "sending
them   information.    The   Globe  on   the
Yukon charges says:    "Suppose  Tupper
can  establish gross  inisconduct on  the
part of officials in the   Yukon, Avha.t fol-
IoaVs?   He has to'show that the minister
of the interior can be fairly held responsible..  If, for "''example, it is  shoAvn  that
the minister appointed men wlioin public
opinion accepted as  eminently  good appointments, surely  the  minister  cannot
be held responsible, because he could not
anticipate Avhat no one else anticipated."
ACTING-MAYOR   FLETCHER
Tells His  Stoty.
Yesterday The Tru.une stated that
acting-mayor Fletcher had tried to unseat alderman Hillyer. Appended is a
letter from acting-mayor Fletcher, giving
his'version of the question. The public
haA'e now heard both sides, and they
can, no doubt, tell Avhieh is straight
goods:
NELSON, April 4th, 1899.
To the l-ditor of The Tribune:
, "Willi reference' to the, article in this morning'-.
Tribune re alderman Hillyer, I- assume you uo
ttiol ivi.h to circulate s.atcmeiitt* totally false, kno\v:
{'nj.ly; therefore Ir will htate for your information
'•-.hat~I ne\er gave any instructions to notify alder-
...■•.an Hillyer that he wits disqualified— nor have I discussed the matter so far as to express an opinion that he
was disqualified. Your paper was tho first to circulate
tho report that alderman Hillyer would resign. I dimply
knew from hoth parties that he*h-d sold his property.
Regarding the biipposed contract, the facts of the case'
are as follows: Mr. McGhie personally saw the mayor
and myself with reference to a tender for rock on Ward
street. 'On Saturday his lotter came before the counci',
signed Charles Hillyer & Co., and tlie oiler was not accepted; but a resolution was moved by alderman Thomson, seconded- by alderman Kirkpatrick, "specifying the
terms upon which the city would dispose
of the rook in question, and left it with the mayor and
Mr. McGhie and arrange the matter, which I believe
was not earned out before he left. So much for the contract. You may not believe it, but I consider Mr. Hillyer
makes a good alderman, notwithstanding the company
he has beenin, and I have no wish to see him resign, nor
do I covet the police .cominissioncrship, which I never
asked for as insinuated. Had there been any desire for
fair dealing, a little investigation would have discovered sufficient to show that the article in question was
without foundation.   Yours,      FRANK KI.ETCHKK.
and six. per cent copper to $12 in gold ami
eight per cent in copper. The property
is owned by F. S. Algers, colonel Keller
of London, England, and Dr. Keller of
Ymir.
On the Fairmont a contract to sink an
additional 100 feet in the shaft avi* 11 be
let a.s soon .-is the shoaa- is melted sufficiently to allow* supplies to be packed up.
The Big Horn group is causing considerable attention just now. The property
is situate on the south fork of Porcupine
creek and consists of nine claims. The
Arcin Avhieh is twenty feet Avicle can be
■traced'for three miles. The assays at
sixteen feet from the surface went from
$22 to $90 in0gold, but it is also a copper
proposition. A block of 50,000 shares were
eagerly taken it]) by .Eastern investors
and an offer has been made for the remaining 250,000. .The.■■company is capitalized for $1,000,000 -and-it the Intention
of the board of directors to put a large
force of men at .work next month and
before A*ery long the Sinicoe Avill be
ranked among the shippers, as a ivagon.
road Avill be built to pass,within a short
distance of the claims this summer.
James Emerson, Creston
Sidney Forte, Ottawa
W.S. Watt, Winnipeg
HOTEL   ARRIVALS.
CLARKE.
George Booth, Brandon
rg<
A. XV. Bull, Slocan City
Thomas Troke, Revelstoke
TREMONT.
Jack.Carscadden, Kaslo       I John Quinn, Sandon
J. Henniger, Kaslo '-  I" ■
,,-■■'    PHAIR.
TV H. EHar, Vancouver
E. J. Hicks, Winnipeg
James McGregor,  the provincial  government official, whose duty it is  to  enforce the provisions of the act for the inspection of metalliferous  mines, arrived
in Nelson last evening from Rossland. He
says   that   without   one   exception    all
the mining companies operating in Rossland  have  complied   with    the  requirements  of  the  eight-hour  law and that
there has been no cut made in the wages
of the miners, saving thatengineers '.'who
formerly receiA'ed $-1 per flay for twelve"
hours how receive $3 for the eight hours.
AVhile    in    Nelson   Mr.   McGregor will
notify all  companies   operation  in  this
vicinity that they must comply forthwith
with the requirements of the act wliich
prohibits the employment of nien underground  for a  longer period  than eight
hours in the tAventy-four.    In doing this
he says he is merely carrying" out specific
instructions Avhieh he has  received from
the.minister of mines at Victoria.
_.\ W. Green, Winnipeg
Dr. G. S. Gordon, Winnipeg
G. A Keefer, Creston
G. F. Kel1oj£, Cranbrook
G. H. Suckling, Toronto
H. T. Ceperley, Vancouver
MADDEN.
H. T. Powell, Portland I M. C. Monaghan, 49 Creok
P. Campbell, Creston | R. B, Esnouf, 49 Creek
HUME.
Mrs. AVebbcr and daughter*
Rossland
J. C.  McBride and   wife,
Trail
Frank Oliver, Rossland
T. Arenson, Montreal
T. F. Block, Creston.
W. J. Taaflo, Vancouver
A. VV. Johnston, Montreal
J. A.Sepoorten, Vancouver
Mi .s Boyer, Victoria, N.B.
Raoul Green, Oro
James Haddow, Nanaimo
V. E. Ashclown, Toronto
J. J. Doran, Montreal
XV. Brydson, Toronto
R. H.Kavawfsky, Fr. Steele
GRAND
W. T. Stewart, Trail
W_. Larker, Brooklyn,  ,'v
C. M. Aldridgc, Rosslahd|
.  '    ,. ;   Q;qEKN'$K.!|
D. D. Doyle, Winnipeg ._
J. Arrowsmith, and wife,*
•" Creston ,' _
Mrs. Edith Sexton, Fernie
,F. \V. denies, Hamilton
H. C. Boultoe, Toronto   :  .
W. E. Davidson, Toronto
F. Taylor, Denver        ■
J. A. Browne, Spokane
T. H. Freeman, Victoria
James McGregor, Rossland
John M. Graham, Rossland
Garrett H. Kcefe, Rossland
CENTRAL.-;. -yC'y.
■M. Desmond;- Crescent y
KLiVorniore^Brpoklyii*
J. McDonald, Kaslo
J. Gordo-i, INot Bay
\V. Harrtngloii, Slocan City;
J. Gibson, London
„Sp"enncenr°.SandersoSi,*_Y*mir^
bJ.i^.* JlcLeaii,"" .Vylmiipegin°,
•.-i.'McI-aren/Lon'don.s-j};.-""
,JJ.'A:;Speers,;.'PortlaT_d^*7i-
^rcd Jiastin_fs,;KingstoriVJ:
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CELEBRATE
THE   YMIR   MINES
In. Brief.
TheYniir mine   is^bugy^_Ayork_big-_ten
The Southwestern Floated.
Southampton, April 4.—-The London
and SoutliAvestern Railway Company's
steamer SoutliAvestern, which Avent ashore
on the night of March 31st in the vicinity
of VCape I_ahague,.on the coast- of Nor.
maiidy,-Avhile searching.for"bodies of Aric-
tiins of the Avreck of the same company's
steamer Stella, has been floated. .   •'
Another Filipino Yarn;
HDNG Kong, Ap_.il 4.—Tlie Filipino
junta has raised' another of the extraordinary statements wiiieh have been features of the newspaper campaign directed
from here by the agents of Aguinaldo.
In the present instance the insurgents.'
agents claim to have obtained their information from American sources at
Manilla. They assert tlie existence of a
mysterious intrigue between,, the Vatican, major-generals Wesley • jVIerri tt, presi -
dent McKinle^ niajor-general KIwell S.
Otis and archbishop Ireland, leading to the Iatter's journey to Rome.
Continuing the statement says: "Tlie
Faulist fathers actions prior to the fall of
Manila Avere suspicious. Noav, in conjunction Avith archbishop Nozaledas, who
is intimate Avith general Otis, tliey are
endeavoring to procure the former ascendency of the church in the Philippines.
Tlie Paulist policy is more subtle than,
that of the Jesuits, and unless they are
promptly recalled they Avill work further
mischief. The Philippines are a valuable
hunting ground for the church, hence the
Titanic efforts to maintain itssupreniacy."
Rebellion is Not Popular.
Port Antonia, Jamaica, April 4.—So
far as this part of the island is concerned,
though there is displeasure among the
public at the action of the governor on
the tariff and the appointment of new
members of the couucil, there is no idea
of rebellion against the government.
':Nj5.\v
The Price of the Metals.
York,: April -i.^Bar.'silvei
Mexican .dollars l7Zc:( copper 'firm,.brokers 18.Jc@18|c;V lead dull, brokers $4.15,
exchangei $--.&'_.,  . .' ;' .;.
stamps. There is now sufficient water to
e\vork the reniaining tliirtSr.but the flume
AVill have to be enlarged. This is one of
the best developed nlincs in the lioot-
entiys.
The Dundee mine and mill after the
reeent fire fit the shi-ft house ai'e shut
(JoAVli pending the decision of the shai'e-
JiolderS at yesterday's ineetiiig (4th April)
re purchase oi new lnachinery, etc. In
the meantime superintendent Fhulley is
busy shipping conceiitriites to the Norf/h-
liorfc sineiter,
The Porto lllco \yliich liacl to chise
doAVli teniporai-ijy oil jiCcotint of lack of
Avater will resume operations next Week.
In the near future the mill will have to
be shifted lower down Avhere a full sup-
lily of Avtiter is obtainable AvJiieli will
enable the mill to be kept constantly
running through the winter months. It
is understood that the stamping, power
will also be considerably increased.
Lloyd Harris, the president of tho company owning the Bullion group on Round
mountain, close to Ymir, is expected from
Europe this month. It is his intention
to erect the necessary machinery and go
in for extensive development work this
summer.
Steady development work is proceeding
on the Ymir Belle and Good Hope properties up Wild Horse creek.
A property which is rapidly coming to
the front is the Monarch group, wliich
lies between the Porto Rico and 'Fern
mines. The shaft is down over 00 feet
Avith the sump in solid red copper quartz
and is improving steadily with every foot
sunk.
The Black Cock, on Wild Horse, is to
be. incorporated, shortly, yky-y^y     Vv'. V;
l.\'"S.,'Algers..is going?to'dp. $.500   worth'/
of AA*ork oilV tlie Vermont...mineral claim-,
at Iti ver. creek, which litis tAvelve  feet of
ore, the.assays running from   $4   in   gold
NEW   DENVER,? WIliL
The Queen;s/B_rthday.-:-'*'""*"/;f»'*'1 ;
A meeting of th^pibizeXiVd^^
\*er wtis held for •ghejjjurp^s^iofejin
ating a  mbvemehtj^S^ii^jl.s^lBliiySp^pp^x""'
celebration    of   ,!iie.»* »4ue"6nls,.(}ljirf.hll{i.y.*
Much onthusiasn"^\:as^.Hiiced^Yi.}jLft.eltp3J-
orttte schemes Avei'e^VeVolAlgcl'fok intikifjg
the affair,a success. ' Ai):"neXeciiti-?i?e -"coyniS
mittee was-apijoiiited^f J^-JI- SaiKlil5r(i\
A. "Sjnoat, J. WiliiK-ni^-&^^*^I*iA-ii:i:;"i°iC.;j-)>
McGillivray, C. R^elSc3ii^;y;.^obie%ncI
J. Ayhvin, with A."^::^4iniqlii0t,= a^""»/ii:-}'!si-
dent and J. WUUahA\yas ,sj§dreikrfy.yM)dsp
will-have full chtirge of .elite .icelelii'tition
find Avill make all afraifgenieiits. I^lOiid^y
the committee met and <3pe"hed   the sub-„
sci-i].tiou list Avitli  Up\v*aT(l-,  of $200 on
thefspot.    It  is  hoped  to  raise $500 by
MaylOthi tlie date upon Avhieh sill   nion-
^iys^u_,uatJje=paicUin.==It==AV-[s=cleeic,le<i-to-
put up a purse  of $125  for a   bfisebali
niateh between Sandon and Nelson tcain....
the  Aviiiriei'S  to get $100 find the losers
the balance.   Overtures will be also mfide
to get a  footb-ill  team   from  Nelson   to
play f.gahij.t NcavDenver, and, if possible,
a. hici'ossti team  to iiieet Sandon.    There
will be in addition canoe and boat  rtices,
male races jind, general Caledonian sports,
winding up Avitli a concert arid  dance fit
night  by  the  Now*   Denver  band.    The
IviiiglitS of Pythiti.s of Sandon ami Nelson
Will be ftsked to join with tlie New* Denver lodge and take, part iii the festivities,
and   tlie  uiiifoi;meVl   rank, of Sandon will
bo tin important^feature.   'Special efl'orte.s
will be made for excursion rates from all
the neighboring towns.    H» J. Itobio was
appointed a delegate to go to   Nelson   to
to arrange for rates find fche baseball find
footbiil| events.
'BRUCE   WHITE   WANTS  A
Wagon Road.
Bruce White returned froni  a trip to
Victoria Monday evening,, whiere lie Avas
intervieAviug the members of the government Avith a A'ieAV to securing  an  appropriation for the building of a:Avagpn road
up Kokanee creek to  the  Molly Gibson
mine.    As a result of his visit Mr. White
is of the opinion that when  the -'appro-:,
priatious are available.''something' Will be
forthcoming for the Kokanee creek' road,
Avhieh Avill be. about ten miles  in  length.
AVhether the government/grants any:'/as-;
sistance or not the Molly Gibson company
Avill construct the road, as it is desirable i
from a business point of A'ieAV that  the
ore from  the Molly   Gibson   should be
brought put vifi Kokanee creek, as it vir-
tually AArould give".tlie company raihvaiy
conii.etition   to   the   smelter,   Avhieh   it
would not haye'.-if the ore  went out/Via
Kaslo.    Mr. White says  that the  Molly
Gibson  company   litis a    great; :cleal of V
ground opened xip. and Avhen the AAragoh
road   is  completed' there  will  be ;abbut;/;
1000  tons  of ore ;aArailaljle for stoping. /
The ore is practically a ch-y ore, carrying
not more 'than. 20 per  cent lead,/"with
Vhi gh^yalues/i ii^:Isilyertiud/sniallV values'in/
igplcl.^°|[|" is/'ore^tha^'i
^Ha-11|Mhies,antl Trai1 Ci-eekVsnrelters aiidV. V
fxvi l&::pi*Qbably|i;go-v -"to „ "the/. Hall VMihes y
^nitdr.t^^'i^(i'^
-minister ^f/Vininesru^
.MueitiOTi^ahxl/VT-'ecSived^iMictic^
^•wne-assu^anceMsjthe .other ..Slocan, niin-lj" ■,
ing nien,«that5the-ainendinent .Avoiildiuofc»
pe/.;eip.oreed="4iuless.-;-the.wpijkiygf niiuers; "^^*
Vword "thtit-there ^asftioffprospect of ?.trouf „... ,. „.
1 J)le;.»f 1:0,111; fclii|>;p.ouu i*ce nsq„".far",,i*^*thefj,niii,prs"--*?v»
lut^h^liSjSc^i^^e ycop^erupdyfyAiC"""   '' """"'
,the;>^cspulcj t,expeqti^ stnd'the;„meiiK^\*hq feel
W. F. Leland Died Yesterday.
Nkvv Y"ohk, April 4.—W. F. Leland,
pi-oprietor" of the Windsor hotel, died fit
Grenoble hospital fit 5:^0 p.m. today,
follow-ing an operation of appendicitis
performed a few* days ago. His son
Charles of Chicago, and Dr. Pitkin, the
attending physician, were with him tit
the time of his death. Mr. Lchtnd collapsed from nervous prostration about a
week ago, as a result of the tremendous
excitement find worry which he had to
undergo on account of the great fire in
his. hotel. Three of tho Leland family
ha.ve died as ft result of the fire: Warren
F. Leland, his wife find his daughter.
Captain Henry is Safe.
Hong Kong, April 4.—Captain Francis
Henry May," superintendent of the Hong
IKo.hg.policej-'wlio; it'was reported yesterday, had been,captured, by the Chinese,
has •arrived'."" here' unmolested. The goAr-
ernineht does not apprehend any trouble
in tfiking over the Koav Loon hinterland.
Ag^ihstjthejjEight-Hpiix fttaw."
Tlie feeling;'itfviVeAA^^^^
j.fcy is in tlie^l. a$if .^qpjj^e^^
tion of the he^v eigirt-iiomrifnr./th-* ineil?*.
themselves   hping Ap;"*faybar"'.of the "d\dl"•
stfindai'd.    The hilnx. -owners  oper'atihg
=is,!6iiv^'li]i.0i-,c^AVi-fl-pl^§'e-idpA\.n-.^
ties hither than  pay*  full  rates for the
shorter day.    It is pointed p\\t tl..i;tAnth
no ore being  Shipped, find  few supplies
coming in, Che CfiHUdMn  Pacific  railway"
will be  the  principal Sufferer,    lu aiiy
event, should, tlie  \kw not  be  repeale(f,
the Slocan will  reeelye it set-back  that
will take it years to get over.   Ah'OJiily
capital is becoming alarnied,  t<„i  tlie detriment of the cainp.
Gqrbin will Win This Time.
Tlie Ottawa correspondent of the
Toronto Globe s sjtlys tlie new.1, that tlio
board' of trade of Victoria had passed a
resolution 'eiidor^i'iig tlie Kettle River
rfiilwtiy project Avas' welcomed by the
pariiauicntary fr;ieiid!_.of the proposition,
who have greatly increased in number
during the recess. News of the fiction of
tlie city council of Grand Forks in endorsing' the project has beeu conveyed to the
senator's find members by means of circulars signed by the civic officers. It is as
certain rts anything can be that parliament will view* the situation in a now
light this session, and that tlie demand of
tlie people of Southern British Columbia
for railway competition will be granted.
Three Months' Output.
During the three months ending March
31st the output of the Ymir mines
Porto Rico, total milled	
I'untlco, tot-ul co centrated	
Hlackcock, ore shipped a	
Tainaft-c, Ore shipped	
1 *orto Rico, concentrates shipped	
Total 	
was:
Tons,
...1400
... 750
... 188
... G
...   61
..2405
New Victor Shipping Ore.
A neAV shipper has been added to the
list of Ymir shipping mines since the
first of the month. The NeAV Victor
group, on Wild Horse creek, litis a carload of high-grade ore at the Ymir depot.
A bond has been taken on this property
by Frank Da\ey, who is now working it. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1809,  For the Ladies...  Just received a large stock of  Ladies' Capes, Skirts, Wrappers and Blouses  New goods arriving daily  Dry Goods, Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Etc.  ...A. Ferland & Go.  Elliott block,  Baker street,   Nelson,  B. C.  356 FISHING RODS  AND MORE COMING  English and Canadian make of Bamboo (whole and split)  Steel, Lancewood and Green heart. The largest assortment  in Kootenay.     Mail orders promptly attended to.  M e I so n Hard ware Co  Baker Street, Nelson.  -  in  When visiting  the markets in the east during the Avinter,. Ave were ��� lucky  enough to get special bai*gains by clearing out lines i'or cash, so Ave are iioav  able to offer the public about 100 suits at original wholesale cost. A special  line of pure Lam.-i avooI shirts (shrunk before made) at one-half their value.  Sign of the Big- Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B.  j. w. wmm  Arrive.  8 20 p.m.  8.20 p.m. ���  RAILWAY  TIME-TABLES.  CANADIAN PACIFIC.  (DEI'O-J' KOOT OK KAILWAY STKEET)  Passenger and mail (daily), for Nakusp   Leavo.  and Revelstoke ann* mam line points.(i.30 a.m.  Passenger and mail (daily), for Slocan  City, Silverton, New Denver, Three  Forks and Sandon C.30 a.m  Passenger and mail (daily) for Robson,  Trail and ltossland C.40 p.m. 10.30 p.m.  NKLSON AND FORT SHEPPARD.  (DKI'OT BAST END WATER STKEET,  HOG178TOWN)  ' Passenger and mail (daily), for Spo-    Leave.    Arrive.  kanc 9.40 a.m.   5.30 p.m.  Passenger and mail (daily), for Ymir,  Salmo. Waneta and Rossland  0.10 a.m    5.30 p.m.  (Trains leave Mountain Siding, east end Robson street,  forty minutes later than from Nelson station.)  KASLO AND SLOCAN.  Passenger and mail (daily except Sun-   Leave.    Arrive,  days), from Kaslo for  Whitewater,  McGuigan,  Three   Forks, * Sandon  and Cody- -. ���*.   Passenger and mail (daily except Sunday), from Sandon for Kaslo. -  ..8.00 a.m.- 3.55 p.m.  1.15 p.m. -10.40 a.m.  STEAMBOAT TIME-TABLES.  CANADIAN PACIFIC.  (BOATS LEAVE IIAIX-STKEUT AVIIARf)  Steamef Kokanee* (daily except Sun-   Leave.    Arrive.,  days),-for Kokanee Creek, Balfour,  Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and Kaslo 4.00 p.m. 11.30 a.m.  Steamer 'Moyie (leaves ._Mondays,  Wednesdays, Fridays and arrives  Tuesdays,   Thursdays,- Saturdays), '  for. Kootenay Landing, whero connection is made with Crow's Nest  Pass railway ....' : 8.00 a.m.   0.50 p.m.  . KOOTENAY RAILWAY AND NAVIGATION CO.  .  (HOATS LEAVE HAI.L-ST.tEET AVIIA1.F)  Steamer International (daily except   Leave.*  Arrive;  Sundays), for Kokanee Creek, Bal- ���  four.  Pilot   Bay,  Ainsworth   and .  Kaslo ,.  4.30 p.m. 10.30 a.m.  9tte Qfribime*  Dailv- Edition'   -Weekly Edition...    Fikst Year, No. 178  .Seventh Yeah, No..20  V THK DAILY TRIBUNE i��- published every morning  (except Monday), and will be mailed to subscribers  in* Canada or the United States for $5 a year, and to  subscribers in Great Britain for ?8 a year; or it will  be.delivered to subscribers in Nelson for 25 cents a  Week, $1 a month, $2.50 for three months, go for six  months, or 310 for one year.   Payable in advance.  THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and will be mailed to subscribers  anywhere for 32 a year, payable in advance.  ���REGULAR-AD Vl-RTISEMKNTS-printed-in-both-the-  daily and weekly editions for ?4 per inch per month.  LOCAL OR READING MATTER NOTICES 25 cents a  line for each insertion.  JOB PRINTING at fair rates. Accounts for Job printing and advertising aro payable on the first of every  month.   Add-CK���  THE TRIBUNE. Nelson. B. C.  ]>r i�� questionable if the seiitiiueut of  the le-iciiyg Jii-.iucml and CQinmc.rcial in-  tfei'dsts of the" country Was ever more-  optiifiistic than it is at the pi'oseufc time,  Certainly it would be difficult to imagine  a,.situation more conducive i^o a feeling  Of cheerfuluess than is presented- by the  sfcatisties that are daily inade.apparent  and" liy the general outlook. j��Yb!_i every  quarter cohie reports of steady progress  making in the direction of expansion in  nearly all lines of trade and manufacture.  *   The confidence Which capital feels in a  continuance   of   the   conditions, which  make for national prosperity, is shoAvn in  the ��� abundant supply of funds available  for the promotion of till legitimate business   enterprises.    Duriug  the  last   few-  months a number of mining corporations,  employing a capital of millions of dollars,  have been  organized, and the eagerness  ���with which -investors have subscribed for  the shares of these corporations has been  iu   marked  contrast  with  the  attitude  .assumed.toward nearly all investments of  that  character  a  few  years  ago.     The  -timidity: of. capital   was  a phrase often  heard   during tlie  four years   following'  '1893, but at the present tiine-ithas little  of;the significance that then attached to  ifc.    .Financial   interests   no   longer   hesitate  to Jeud substantial  aid to all.vcn-.  tares promising even a moderate  return  on the amount of money invested.  Few retail merchants realize the constantly increasing cost of portions of  their stock, which is daily, monthly and  yearly growing in amount, because original figures-are adhered to for selling  prices, regardless of the1 fact that certain  articles, by lack of popularity or because  they have already had their day, are  worth less than their first cost. The tenacity 'witli which .some merchants. hang  on. to old goods.year, after year, inventorying them at-the original cost, instead-  of -present * market", value',-' is -; certainly  worthy of a better cause.,     ���-Jc,     .  On Monday an:election: .was .held;at Toledo, one of the large cities .in Northern,  Ohio. The issue was municipal OAA'ner-  ship of public'utilities, and the candidate;  for mayor who. ran on that platform  polled six thousand more votes' than  either of his opponents.  ��� -  Three Fires in -.'fortys-ESisht.jlours.?.���_-���_ .  i"...":" ��    ,.'���*?���,���!"   ";"_       "J"��S"  ".    ���    "���  Cascade^ecprd>April"l^t..u-,d -"_���V��"������.���"-��� R-  BetAveei i Wednesday."_ ppiil6rninJg/if ��a_id"  Thursday evening; three. *���,small"'f-Sil-fe.!.,  occu rrcd th a t luj glifeiiavel resu Jted in great  damage. TAvo^oi^;tJi"^fe,:^*grvftAija'ioa- small'  barber shop, _id."j6iniugtlie* * _J6itfa*h6tel,'  and Avere so ]j.aflpkmy^theini!ensUl^df".a--inQst!  criminal negligence,:that th'e��_ire wlaiSehs  have already, r&_id .the riot < act "to,, tlie  proprietor, as it were,, and .will' hereafter  enforce the fire rules uiore5.striotlys *- The  other fire occurred in the:'liouSe of D. ,Ln��  Barclay, opposite the Record- offiCf, the  "roof "catch! u"g"fromspai'k"s!rftwas quickly7  put out. A circular has been prepared  by the fire wardens and will be ��� posted  conspicuously early 'next-week. As these  officials have the '-power, they will juir  doubtedly see. that Its provisions are en-  "Of makiiig. many books  there is no end,"  Neither is  there  any  end to  the variety  on sale at *   ��� ������ .  Thomson's  We have all tlie newest hooks by well-  known authors. Our stock of fine correspondence.  Stationery  Is a leading feature of our business. We  have all the newest tints and shapes Avith  envelopes to match.    When inviting  Company,  Use our dainty invitation note. Do you  know Ave carry "At Home" Cards, Visiting  Cards and Dance Programs,   Our Stock is not  Limited  We can meet all demands made upon it,  we supply goods to the confines of' British  Columbia as well as to  forced. The neAV fire alarm has been  placed upon the toAvnsite building, where  it can be readily gotten at in case of  need.  A Commissioner for Atlin.  Victoria Globe, April 1st.  lion. J. Fred Hume, minister of mines,  said today that the government commissioner to straighten out the Atlin mining  claims tangle Avould not leave Victoria  before the middle of May. There is no  need of the commissioner reaching Atlin  before .June 1st, 31 r. Hume explained, as  the placer claims were laid over- last fall  till June 1st, and nouscr-ucutly not many  of the owners were in the district now,  nor would they be before the beginning  of .June. It would be unfair, Mr. Hume  said, for the commissioner to do anything  in the absence of the men who were interested iu claims.  HUDSON'S BAY STORES  West Baker Street, Nelson,.   Telephone 13.  w  %  Easter  Eggs  W  LADIES' SAILOR  HATS  HAVE ARRIVED  rvme  Ail our stock of  Men's  tyats are opened  HAVE' RECEIVED THEIR SPRING STOCK OP  CARPETS AND LIN-OLEUM;  Comprising Tapestry, Brussels, and (Vjilton's in all qualities.  five cents  per dozen  Hazelwood  Butter  The Best  on the  Market  i&  Wj  They are something handsome and come in a good quality.   For persons de- |t  siring something nice, these are tl]e correct thing-. B  Oilcloths 1 yard, 1 1-2 yards and 2 yards wide, in tile and carpet designs.       |j|  12-foot Linoleums \r\ mediunx ai\d good qualities. .   g  We have just received a shipment of these goods, consisting of fine  screens, extension grilles, easels, sewing poles, towel racks, etc.  fa  %  IS BAY STORES  VICTOBIA   BLOCK!-, - B AKBE   STEEET,   II^EI-SO-NV- "____.C-  %J  ^  - "- ���     M  laiaia^ia^*-  ���<=-*'c7>1c--*v_9'(s=>'^_  ,J  West Baker Street, fielson,   Telephone 13.  The Treinont Hotel  With  Have yea. s^en th^m  If not you should come in and:  have 'a look at them. Thdy  =are^ju-.t^the=propef-==Fo0t-wearJ  for this, sort of weather. Do  a\vay with rubbers and make  walking* easy.  (VjAUp; & TRECILLUS  PROrRIETOIlS  QUEEj^S HOTEL Wilson & ijarstiaw  J.AKElt STKRET, NELSON.  Hiflpife^feliil^sSiiil-  tbekS Sest. i^nANRa of ��  ALWAYS ON' HAND  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large ^cginf^rtalile  bedroom^" and."iftrstclafes���dJiuriK;*  i:qoj)i,   Siiifnple tpoins tor. cOinifaorcii-Lnien..  K^.o?___:^ M.2 -P-_5!_E.��,i_)da-.!sr.  IVIrsi  E^ 4  j  DRAYING and  express;  v Bus meets Vail trains and boats.  Special attention- giyeii the;.���trans-  ifei:.;of����Blg-ga��*e* ": 0Jffi'c"e��"'.arid^s"t%jll4s  nH'S.O cP    n      n      m-o     ^-^ *-3,nnu  "^'FO ���-��� "jjI1nrHiO,J__*i_i,i        ���.-UIlc.nD-.-JLJ_l);-*i<-       -nn  pn :Yernoii-,. street, *,oppds.te..,The  IribUne ojiicev   - Telephone' No: 3*.  Late\6i_ tho RpynllJ Hole]; Olvlgary;,  Colors Tar] aqd Black  Aberdeen Blocl^  ESTABLISHED  1870.  Twenty years old and still growing'.  parser^ produce Qd,  WHOLESALE  PROVISION  MERCHANTS  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  Madden House  BAKER AND WaUD STREETS* NELSON  The only hotel ih Nelson that has remained under one  trianagfefhent since 1890.  The Jb6*d-rooms aro" well; furnished ahd   lighted by  electricity.  Tho'diniiig.roolii is not second to any in Kootenay.  Tho bar i-fe&hvnys stocked 'by the best domestic and  imported liquors and cigars,,.����� "'������������  THOAfAS MAI)DKN, Proprietor.  Nelson  STEINWAY  The  Standard   Piano  of, the World.  NORDHEIMER  The Artistic Piano of  Canada.  AHT ANB MUSIC: C0.> Nelson/ Agflflis.  HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG  J. A. ROGERS, General Manager  Manager for Western British Columbia,  JOHN PARSONS. Vancouver  Manager for Yukon District, ���  OHA8. MILNE, Dawson  Manager for Southern British Columbia,  P. J. RUSSBLL, Nelson  Two and a half miles up tho Outlet from Nelson.  H- D. HUME, Manager.  Tlio finest hotel in tho interior.  Largo sample rooms.   Steam heat and electric light;  GOJtNBR OF WARD .AND VKRNpN STS:, N1.LS0N  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelsons  <!E^EBAt ffilfVISttiS  AGENTS FOR.  the Imperial 0il.lCp>���S*tar*|dartl_0il__i��o.  WasHirjgton ���'Brick arj[(PLini8 Co.  the H. W: WJcNiell Cjo;, Ltd., CanaTdian Aijflira-  cijte Coal (Hard) "  Dealers iq  STO^BWOBD  EXPRESS and DRAYING  VANCOUVKR���A, V. Ralph, Manager.  DAWSON CITY���A. G. Otinninghati, Manjigcr.  ATLIN CITY���.1. A. Fraser, Manager.  NKLSON���I'. J. Russell, Manager.  Stocks carried at Victoria, Rossland, Cranbrook, Greenwood and Revelstoke.  The largest handlers of Butter and Eggs in  the Canadian Northwest.  CM-tfPT A T WftfQ ���     Spring Chickens, Fresh Cream,  OfJ_.ulALlli-.0.     Pure Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs,  All of whieh are from the ranch belonging to the hotel  A pleasant place to spend, afternoons, overlings, and  enjoy delicacies tliat cannot be obtained in hotels or  restaurants at Nelson. Good stabling. Open day and  nigliL   Can bo reachedby either road or water.  WILLIAM ROBERTS, Proprietor.  Large.and 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  Revelstoke, B. G.  Free bus meets all trains  Hourly street ear to station  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IK CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITJ. HELP EMPLOYED  R. HURRY, Prop.  BON TOI HESTAUMNT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Having, purchased tho express and drayinfj  business of J. W. Cowan, wo are prepared  to, do. all kirfds of work in this lii.os. ftud _fd-  slicit the patronage, of tho people of Nelson.  Opdors left at'D. McArthur ;&, Go's store,  northwest cor nor .Baker, and Ward street*. ���  Will receive prompt attention.   Telephono.^S  IS THE ONLY HOUSE IN TOWN  WHERE YOU CAN BUY  Pahst Blue Ipbon Beer  25 CENTS PER BOTTLE  The only restaurant in .the city  employing* only white cooks.  Merchants'lunch from 12 to 2  o'clock, 25 cents. Dinner from 5  to 8.    Shor.t orders   at   all   hours.  Applieation for Liquor License.  Notice is heroby Riven that I, tho undersigned, Austin  H. Clements, intend at the first sitting of the board of  licensing commissioners of the City of Nelson, to be held  thirty (I.u) days after the publication of this notice, toap-  ply for si retail liquor saloon license for the premises  known as the corner store of the Odd Fellows building,  on lot number one (1) in block (12), being situated oa the  southeast corner of Raker and Kootenay streets in the  West ward Of tho said City of Nelson.  ���  AUSTIN H. CLEMENTS.  . Dated (.his 16U. day of March, A.D. 1899.'  GOMER DAVIS & Oo.  R, REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS'OP  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery.to the trade.  Brewery aLNelson.  Nelson Eleetrie Light Company, Limited  NOTICE  All persons:. having accounts against tlie  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.  Nelson,. March 10th, 1899.'        .  Application for Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that I -will, thirty days fromthe  date of this notice, apply to the government afjenfc at  Nolson for a license to sell liquor at retail at my hotel at  Fivo-Mile Point, to be known as tho Castlo Hotel; in  West Kootenay district, British Columbia.  Dated March llth, 1899. H.-A. HKYVVOOD. THE  TRIBOTTE: NELSOK, B. C, WEDNESDAY, APRIL 5, 1899.  ANK OF MONTBEAL  Capital,  Rest,  all paid  up.  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATIICONA AND  MT. ROYAL, President  4on. GKO. A. DKUMMONl) Vice-President  K   S. OLOUSTON Qoncral Manager  _>T-5_X-Soasr -B_R^_asra.-H-:  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.  THE BANK OF  NELSON        HKANCUKS  IN   LONDON  (-ana-land).   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in tho principal cities in Canada.  Huy and soli Sterling Kxchango and Cablo Transfers  CJKANT COMMKKCIAT, AND T_.AVE__I.KR8* CREDITS,  available in any part of the world.  DRAFTS ISSUED    COLLECTIONS MADK; KTC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRKNT KATE OK. INTEREST PAID  PLED   IN  THE   JUBY  A   TONGUE  Understood.  Every old-tinier in Tacoma., or, in-fact,  in the state of Washington, either remembers- or had a personal acquaintance  Avith attorney Frank Clark. Clark has  been dead some eight years, but during a  conversation between attorneys his name  came up followed by the narrative of  this incident in his career:  "Twelve years ago," said the lawyer  telling the story, "Clark had as a client a  mail' arrested on the charge of cutting  timber on government land. The United  States was represented; by-two federal  attorneys, brought from a distance, either  Portland or San Francisco, if I remember  aright. When these lawyers came into  court there followed behind them a. porter who unloaded upon the table fronting the judge's bench armful after armful.  of books. Clark strode in .with three  volumes of. law under his arm. The jury  was composed entirely of loggers and.  ranchers. Opening the case, the imported lawyer., delved deep into the tomes of  law before them and cited decision after  decision bearing on the case on trial.  Then using language, one-half of the  words' of which were two extenshre for  the jury's understanding, they launched  into their argument.  "As the United States attorneys  fiii-  J-.'^n-Oied^C.l.i(i^  ^..i-it^l*���^  jfr.jl_.i^^.._$^  r^tipeuedv^  ' Siire^hiinseM^  '���"��� 'ythpiti ny?f.owVi(ut(Sliin db% fkrgpk. xydnt, oi{;.  _. .^to;. ])! Qad im ife ���clic5nut ;s^caX$<S.f Tliere- - was.  '^lYotff a ^ina^i^oiiVjtlleP" j m\jr ���bu^i^Jiat- "iind ei'-  r .stood��-ever.y*__.eutiinei Vt "Clark-sconveyed*  Is qow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  ot Creeit on Skagway, U. S., Atfir], B. C, and  Dawson Citv, Yu\or\ District.  before or after the treaty, is of no consequence whatever; and, in like manner, no  claims of miners can affect that meridian,  the tracing of which is purely a question  of surveying. Still, the fact that governor 'Brady of Alaska appealed to the government at Washington regarding the  alleged Porcupine river- encroachments  suggests that a meridian on paper will  not prevent trouble unless it is represented, at all important points, by visible  monuments in the soil. Jt has been reported that our surveyors fixed the  boundary where it crossed the Porcupine  river, but that the Canadian surveyors,  who were cooperating with ours, did not  complete their work there, so that the  Dominion miners may have taken this  excuse for not accepting oui-survey ���. as  binding.  The main difficulty, however, is not in  the Kloiidylce region, although that may  cause temporary collisions until the meridian is more adequately marked, but  along the coast strip in the southern part  of Alaska. There the demand of the  Canadians for a'port oj their own on  Lynn canal continues to be urgent. It is  Avell understood that this subject had a  great influence in causing the joint high  commission to adjourn its session until  August without reaching any basis of  agreement.  Public opinion on the Pacific coast insists that the British demand for a port-  shall not be conceded, and it is supported  by the obvious purpose of the original  treaty of February 28th. 1S25, between  Russia and Great. Britain, that purpose  being logive the former the .ownership  of the coast down to the southernmost  point of Prince of Wales island, whether  the line of demarcation should follow'.the  supposed cpast^range of mountains or the  alternative artificial line ten marine  leagues from the coast and parallel to its  windings. ���VW.e,P, musfetherefore -insist'qu ,  i*e��_tmiiig::^:ir��ppvk^Oirprpl pj g-*theyDyp^a-,,  ^1^rtpi'i^ta��'��  ;���'��� SBy>.qii����^  W  dian cities, and the liberal advertising of  new propositions, is a proof ��� of,, their : success.    As in the case of the first Kootenay boom, a successful .dividend-paying  mine,..making small  foit.n_s  for  those  who were lucky  enough   to. buy  at  ten  pel* cent, is sufficient to boom half a score  of propositions in the immediate vicinity.  When   a   mine  becomes  a   shipper  ami  dividend-payer the value of its stock  advances  in   proportion to its assurance of  future returns.    Investment  would then  be on a legitimate financial  basis, gh*ing  a reasonable assurance of fair  interest.  But  that is   not  what   the  speculative  buyer of mining stocks wants.   He thinks  of the great profits that have been made  from  the  dividend-payers, sees  the   impossibility of getting shares on a ten per  cent basis  and   takes  advantage  ofthe  first available opportunity to buy an in-,  terest in  a   proposition'close  beside  it.  Such opportunities are  always  open, for  the success of'a mine in any district is,  aIw-iys followed by the  incorporation of  several   companies    to    work   adjacent  claims, the issue of glowing forecasts and  the liberal advertising of treasury stock  for sale.  Season For Doubt.  "Did you sever your connection -Avith  the firm or Avere you discharged?" asked  the friend. ' ' . o  The . man.out of a job gave a few minutes to thought before answering.  "I'm a little uncertain about that,', he  said at last.  "Uncertain?"  "Yes; Of course, I knoAV that office  boys are discharged and general niana-,  gers sever their connections, but I can't','  be sure that 1 Avas high enough up to  seA'er my connection, and I don't liKe-jto  think I was Ioav enough 'down to be dis-'  charged. ' Perhaps you'd better make! it  that; the firm and I disagreed." G "  Three Hundred Married at Once.  Three hundred illegal -.'..'marriages Avere.  made legal by a bill Avhicli Avas before  the Ontario legislature during the recent  session. It Avas recently decided that  marriages solemnized iu Canada by clergymen, who Avere residents in the United  States Avere illegal. An inquiry shoAved  that during the past fiAre years clergymen  from Buffalo, Rochester, TonaAvanda, Detroit and Chicago had often performed  Avedding cereiuonies in Ontario, and that  as near as could be learned there Avere  400 children the issue-of such, marriages.  As spon;as; the; illegality;of. the cereinon-  government took action, with the result  that the legislation referred to has  been adopted. In future marriages celebrated in this Avay Avill not be legal, and  registers are to be instructed not to issue  marriage licenses except Avhere Canadian  clergymen are to officiate.  Frail and-Oraaiental Trees  Anti-Tipster Law in France.  In order to further restrict the pursuits  of followers of the races a bill is to be introduced in the chamber of deputies  making it a criminal offence to give out  tips or other information regarding racehorses, their chances of Avilining, etc.  This .measure is especially directed  against articles in newspapers and tipsters'advertisements.  Bulbs, Roses, Hollies, Rhododendrons,  Fancy Evergreens, etc. Thousands are  growing on my oavii grounds. Most  complete stock in the province. Bees  and bee supplies, agricultural implements, spray pumps, and cut flowers.  New catalogue now rend v.  Contpaetors andaBuildeps  AVILL DO WELL TO. -  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  nyr. cr. -E_c_Bisr_R"!_r  00. Westminster Rood. Vancouver, H. 0.  All  kinds,  in  stock  OOI-SnETECTIOICTS  AND ALL OTHl.lt l'LU_*._l.I.\'G  IIO.VE BY  Strachan Bros.  Opera House illlock, Nolson.  A large stock of first-class dry material on hand,  n full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work,  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  also  etc.  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street. Nelson ���  Telephone, 9! Johll    R&e,   Ageilt  H. D. _Ashcroft  BLAOKSMITHING  AND EXPERT-  HQRSESHOEINGI:  You caq save money  by purchasing;; your  lumber frorri ;me  &X  ing miiirrmry  ,    INSPECTION OF STOCK INVITED  Mrs.   E   McLaughlin  JOSKPHINK STREET, NELSON  Wagon repatriiiK promptly attorded to by a first-class;  wheelwright.-  Special'attention givpn to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  SHOP:   t(all Street, between Baker and.Vamon, Nelson  Nelson^Ii?on JWoi^ks  MANUKACTUHKRS OK..  BN^INBSi :BQIIi-_iB_3. SHAPTJINO; mo^jAND  BRASS CASTINGS OP EVBR^ DESOBtPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.       P. O. Box 173.  AVHOI.ESALE   AND -RETAIL  m  HALL AND LAKE STREETS,-NELSON)  MINING BROKER  ���:���=.".������:���: ��� "-AND  *-'  KE&L ]ESTATK AQENT  "'        Turner & Boeckh.block, Nelson,,B. p.   _:  ^on^tljenf   .    .       ...���..,.  j, n �� D'liii'��� yi Aiftv^MftQ^jc^  - ��p icihr/e .rifetl i evtjjyil^' }jiifd^t��il3iilatTons*,6f.  ^'t]ie^;*s6Wler"^i.li���;t'l^, -M^l-i", "bf ^Mkshihgy  ���fcoiV Mresl"   :&t ilMS^eyktb. effort ne<"!e-5-o  ��;siiKyV-.tO Jii.tii(t\ri^ And  . lj-SQiliise Jiis t'ljolit ��Ii,^B's h^biilect a w^lrpn  l^tid cJf��c*0rd'AVoQcl*r!);O"4|hne��^'illage'stoi'e to"  "trade jfor food he had? b,eeii arrested, aiidj  liis rfJHii'tl^ deprived^*lii| swijpe*>'t. .    v'  ���'���There xyns possihltfn^ilQiie.ikMleinry  box, butAVdial* liacT at^lojiie tijhe been iu  itjib, ppsitjoii,.Clark pietuTed. - Eyery syiu-  jStltliy- iir'theih "Avas iu-oused. . Tears  trickled dowir. *fch0ii'"rugged diieeks us  Clark's Oh!Hook floA\ted.Oj..  '"Tlie UiAvyefs t'roju afiir were iiAva-ke f��  =tlr��.=disadAra.nta^e-tlie��y^Vei'e=beii)g*=placed^  under.     Au  objeefcion   Av'aS   ejitered   to  Clark's use jpf Oliinaok or any other language  Avhieh the opposing (jouusel could  not uhder5*ta;.id,  " 'Tour honor,' ajiSAVered Clark, 'the  jury here is to 'decide-this cttse. The  elninent f|entlenie.i for- the prosecution  hljixe Used language .sogftindilotpient that  not one of tlie jiii'y lias understood its  purport. I- alli si>eaking to them in tlie  simple talk of the Westeili frplifciersnia.u,  understood alike by bofiii Indian and  White man avIio traverse (ind ha\re bepn  Instriiinental in. thd devclopnieilt-of .this  Northwest. My laiiguage, Call it jargon  jf ypu Wish.s.explajjls to the .jury, and ii I  ���mistake not, also, your honor, the situation. I have bub a lew more words to  say, -Mid, with the court's permission, Avill  continue in Chinook.'  ^The permission avjis granted aiid  Clark's client acquitted Avithout the jury  leaving their seats."  ,The Alaska Boundary.  . ..'New York Sun.  Tavo recent incidents have emphasized  the Aralue of eleai-ly deiiniiig by A'isible  monuments the line between our territory and the British in the nortliAvestern  corner of this continent. One is the dispute in the Porcupine river region, Avhere  Canadian miners are accused of encroaching half a do/en miles On the American  side, Avhile denying the right of our  countrymen to stake claims there; the  other, tlie: discovery of supposed Russian  boundary marks, Avhieh, if valid,, Avould  carry our territory further castAAard.  These incidents, however, though causing local sensations rfoi* a time, concern a  portion of the line which is mathematically fixed. The treaty makes that line  the 1.41st meridian, from Mount St. Elias  to the Arctic ocean. Whether., the Rus-,  sians laid set up marks elseAvhere, either '  JlO^llOpjBj...      ���������     . .      ���  i&ndUhp jjliailj)jv d^ tlie*AWinti.i-s' ori thejycar.  "AiFfit's" !niieso_he,lon*e>iC)nie, ���lonescinie,"\Vhnei."tlierfufesob.  "=  -��� ��� ,g(ildJ..'Sh'ddi,"  V   "���"    "%:'"'     ""*"    "     "���"  s An". .tlietiiakne*d,"Avorld _tand.* ��w'aitiiig.- waiting" for "Dtiio  Dn��.*0po-_i>���� ��� yy . y��� v .^,,y.::>.". y.��" s " -  .^V.jtH .JhdViiqrtlierii witiih-firesj.'danoiiig^iiii, the"Silen-le,  ��� " .overhend;, ",     ������ " "  An'niy cainp.lire jutiEan island in?tli*.-M<5oin.i  AA't-iGiiftho .vpry beui--i'iircuiiidinB���_i-oin thp terror-that'^ to  co'iiic',  An^the'unsRoij ^viiigsjiUoyeiiiie wliis-le south1;  Wheii except the j>i-6a"iiing��� pitiejirees alid the, willow's,  naturu'S rtiinib, . " - .   "������  And tlie river rpadSvay free/.es to'its itfoutli.  But .IcSumot strikq 'tile "Ho'inei .trail,  j ."would not if I  .spina,- "    ; ��  ���       ..*.-.       :- ���  A n" 1 wanjt no other's smoke across iny sky';  Wliei! I drop. I'll drbp aloiie, as faloiie I've alius stobd.  On the fi;pntier where, Jjyj. led,, let nie lie.,  I would't know men's language, J couldn't think their  thought,  ,.""* .  I couldii't bear fclitJ hiirry of mankind ;  AVliero every acre's!, built oii-, where all God  made i��,  .bought,'  And they'd alniost make a hirelipg of tlie win'd._   r0m^m^yi  MANDOLIN  /"Money^q^ lo_i'ri^for  j3Mining/shares'*'tor^saIe."V_; '-"S fc*"._ ���"���'.'���". *��d��./..%,(f'  Sipunae.e,"/Mona^  ^tibSc-'andscfa__-ip>Mc---I-ii-ey'st6ek^^  Investment  of a few  hundred  dollars  may  f^Iiotslior'.aWe-jn^ali^p-utte'ofe  --..SoWes^ren^ ....-.-.. y,  ?-.i ,  o,'  I've been alius in the lead sineo I grew grass high;-.  Since liiy fatlicr's prairie schooner left the Knowtnf8V  Kor a port bej:ond the sky-line, never.seen by iniifian eye.  Whore God and God's erpation dvvoll alone.-.  Way back I heard men, qallin'; one woman's voice was  (oiid, . ,'.-,''  An' (he rich lands towards harvest,murmured "Rest:'!  Hut a sweeter voice kept callin' from the Unexplored  Beyond. ', ,     ���  A wild voice in the .mountains callin' "West."  1  heard it in the fodthills^-then I climbed tlio Great  Divide; .  Jn the ertnvon���then I!fa��cd the rapid's^Oai';  In the little bfeeze at dawiiiiig, in tho dusk at eventide,  Tho voice that hept a callin' \Vout bdforo;  Mv crooked lninds are empty, liiy six-foot frame is bent,  Tliero ain't nothinHrbut my trail to leavo behind,  An' the \'oico,tliat I havo followed hii-i not told hie what  it meant.  An' tlie eyes that Sought a sign-are nearly blind.  Tint, i hear it callin' still, as I lay mo down to rest,  Ans 1 dream the Aroiee I love has riovef lied.  That. I hear a people Coniili'i tlio Groat People of tho  AVcst.  An' maybe 'twas Mis Voice callin' me to guide,  Chance in Mining.  Toronto Globe. '  Thei'e is no more marked feature in  business today than the tendency toward  investment in miuing stocks. There  seems a revival of the speculation so  eager tAVO years ago, and.��� savings are  freely invested in "treasury stock" in  the certain hope of future values and  even dividends. This is by no means  confined to salaried clerks and other employees. Merchants- of standing find in  mining stocks an outlet for spare capital  and a field for iiiA-estments large and  small. Domestic 'savings, life insurance  benefices and other thrifty safeguards  against a time of need are converted into  .mining shares Avith unquestioning confidence. At present Montreal is the chief  mining centre of the Dominion from the  promoter's standpoint, but Toronto, in  ���spite of the discouragements of the recent  mining boom, still, affords a good -market  for the disposal of shares. The freedom  of Canadian investment is so Avell recognized that the promoters of American  mines arc marketing their stock.in Cana-  ......... j^<mwt$mm,p  -tniMMf-''B#w" ... ������  or MIMEC ' ��  Gail at our :Stor0e?an��l_we Mwilf "<io the- rest.V  Cdrnqr Baker and Stanley- Streets, Nelson.  BRITISH COLUMBIA POTTERY CO., Ltd  _,yripa?Q-BlJ!--.. .B-Q-  MAJJUFACTUI.KHS OK  PRESSRD BIltOKS     KIBE BRICKS     FIUE CLAY  VITHIFIEO SALT GLAZED SKWKR PX^ES  ^vsi^^aii-sfL^f-v^1' -/; >  ". >.;Roon."house oii_Ca*rbonate��stree't."j,. "J$25i)0,>.  ..5yi66m;hndusS,on.Mill'Stre<3t.........'..... ����* .1800".  ��.2i6Wo'mCarb"ounate street ...~\.......   ,500 ���  j"."2 Ibtsi,dn".'Hairstreqet.^."_. .;^..'.j.,.j, .^.i^.."5.00.5  ";!���n*��."^V*." ���".. for RiSiT:.:,.{ jC ^..v.,;-,,  ^7:Rb!onil. 1ioiisentan(l^.:.-rb1)m'ihouso..-iii Car.--"  ? "fKs * &"  r'�� "*�� '."bbimtQistreet.- y ���" -"��" ** ��� "'  s  iQP  _.%___"___;  ".\f'..   ��" ^GEN'ER'AJJJ'BR.OJCER?/    [s"  .,Offl<fo;in.A^(^QChfbldc][,^n{^|^>_3t.}.-^l80_i��  FIREUrVSUBA1_ldE^REA^  Wholesale Markets at jlelson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.  ((,-���"'] RETAIL :;STORES ;AT^.^  Nelson^ Trail, : Ymir, Kaslo,  New ^Denver,  Sandon^ SilyertOn^ Cascade  City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.  PROMPTLY FORWARDED  *"n��.l.����n-. '.���   'o      am   ^". "      n fl.' .   ^P. -.'     '.nnD��UP    ��.- ^.-.-^I.-I"--    ..-.,.���..   D. ,o��  -���y.-ffli"  b'SJS  >.e_j  ,o  A Business Chance  ��� The, undersigned iwill.sell the following real (.sitatc  '.aiicl .per^ciiial. property at" as. bargiiiii���:,.  Nine-room house, and, ten lo'ts'set outin.orcHardV  Kfixivyrpofu cottage and ft^e.lote.,  Jwo. lots" sind Improvements."  *-?_fty-two."heafiL*6f: cows,  "Fifty "milk cans.      IfSHl^&Mua^fllll^MiNl  ���J" ;|.".��*_wyM- 4i*i; %Vf*w.^'^'i-fnJpsW^i*,Mj)  f6RDERS;f3^^IL RKfeE^  T^o~h"orses^  Wagons,., sleighs,L harness, arid-everythinfir  connection, with .Hurry's milk ranch.  In  All kinds of saiiitiiry fittings, ogrioiiIluraKdrain tile,  flower pot.s, terra ootl;a�� chimney,- pipe aiid flue lining,  ehimnoy tops; fire briclt, (ire clay, alKkinds of fire! clay  goods, ossayors' fttriiaces etc.* madfe to orxlpr.-  Ornamental   Garden Border Tiles, Vases,  Etc.  Ccmenti plaster of parls, limoi and all kinds of  oriiamcntal plaster Wprk.  Tenders Wanted for Real Estate  Tenders! will be ��receivcd by the undersigned Unttl 12  o'clock noon on Saturday, April loth, IKK., for the purchase of this following .describedrcal eatate:.-.  LOT 24  BLOCK 60  and improvements thereon, situate at tlie northeast corner of Hall and Lake streets. Nelson. Terms cash. The  hiuhest or liny tender not necessarily accepted.  b A. J. iMARKS.  Administrator estate of Charles Van Ness, deceased.  Nelson, April 3rd, 1899.   Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Charles St. Barbe, Agent.  Kootenay Lake General Hospital  TENDERS WANTED.  Tenders will be received by tho undersigned up till  April loth,' for supplying the Kootenay. Lake General  Hospital for, a period of six months with; the. following  goods:-       ... . V ...  Meat, milk, bread, drugs, firewood, and groceries. .;'.  Tenders for the grocery supply-mu_t. bo accompanied  by price liss.   .'���'���'-.' ..-','..-,;  . Tlio lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted. -:-.-  ���:���.,-������ -. .���''��� -y,:,.;.:: ::��� K; >V%..S\rANNKLL,,Secrc,Ury.,.:.  HEAL KSfATK AGJCNTS, \<*Cs�� Bilker St., Nelson  mm sMi  Two lots arid house with fourtcei. rooms on Silica  Street, between J.OKephiheand Hallstrcijts. Tortus  51500 cash, balance^ to bo arhviig^jl. ��� ��� ��� SX-OO  Lot aiid house on ���]_M imbr streel;, near .losepltino  street.   Terjufi $3**0 cas... balanop Oil iiiorigitga.,. IM)  Lot and storjS on Ditkcr street.   flood location:...... SMWO  jioi on Bakq? streofe iKiar ��orner of f'edjii- H(,reel>,��.    800  Will cbhlracf to ?upp!y and ..install ,ai\y< J^ind of eledtric%l majqljlnefjr.  MVill-wirc^bt!iidirigs=for^eleetric=]i��htiiig,-elccli:ic��b;ellsr  electricfburglar" alarms, elbctncaiiniinciators..  -AVill-contracirfo irislalltfirqTilarin.HyKteiiistiii towns sin,  cities.  Voll^fpck oi vyire��nnd"li*xtnrens:qii,;iia!id.  WfJITE FOfJ PfJICES.   Office and Storeroom:   Josephiqe Street,  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ud.  HEAD OFFICE,  LONDON,;,ENGLAND^  All comrnunicafions relating to British Coltirnbiia business to be addressed jjto P.O. Praw<r  505, Nelson, British Columbia  The British C6!iiihbia Loan and Savings Company,  whoglvo the niost rcasonablO terms to borrpvvers, allowing principal to be paid oil*at any time without, charging  any bonus.  GAMBLE &  O^REILLY. Agents.  Ghaples A, Waterman & Co,  CUSTOMS BROKERS  AUCTIONEERS  REAL ESTATE and GEMAL AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  FIRST DOOR WKST BANK B. C. BUILDING.  $5500  Will buy 24 horses. 12 -waKons, 2  ���wagonettes, -1 buggy, 10 sets of  sleighs, and a complete outfit of harness, saddles., blankets, etc., and a going business of  $80;000 a year.  Terms.  d����_>__rr_n Will buy two lots and,improve-  <pouUv/ ments on north side of Vernon  street, between Ward and Josephine streets.  Terms.   .......  <t5AC;r_n Will buy 30 by 120 feet on the!  jpljUUv south, side of Baker street. - between Stanley and Kootenay-streets. .Cash. . .  <b4r_ r_/VY Will* buy 60 by 120.feet on the  <p��\J9\J\J\J northeast comer of Baker and  Josephine streets. Cash. jQjjjf HOUSTON.  .;P..O. Box 67 -VV;.-.Vernon etreet. Nelson  J. RODERICK ROBERTSON, general Manager V  Mr-,  o'/^'iu'���"'__��   r\ *  S. & FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer '   'N.:.C,L.'Ot?'ls|'^   D. L*���i  Coat River  GE.-E1S3?0-I_T,   _B  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. 'y_  Tenders Solicited  GOAT  RIVER  LUMBER  COMPANY,  G. A.  BIGELOW, Manager  FLOORING, LINING, MOULDINGS, DOORS,...  AND SASHES IN STOCK.-'  EVERYODESCRIPTION OF JOINERY, DOORS AND WINDOWS  MADE TO ORDER.  Office and Mills Corner Hall and Front Streets, Nelson THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., WEDNESDAY, APRIL  1899.  undries  -_L    "'^f|^��I||  An-si*  "TX7"E carry the most complete line  of drug sundries in Kootenay  ancl the quality of our goods is the  best that money can buy. Our prices  are no higher than our competitors  charge for inferior goods.  THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE  Has Special Features.  Tm. Trii.u.vi-. is now issuing a weekly  edition tliat is not excelled by tliat of'  any other pit per in the Province. It is  eight pages, six columns to the page,  made up of local and mining news, editorial, miscellany, and selected telegraphic news. Four pages tire mailed to  .subscriber!** on Wednesdays and four on  Saturdays. All advertisements that appear in the daily edition are printed in  the weekly edition, a feature of no other  paper in the province. It is a paper that  can be sent outside the province iind be  read with interest.  See that your  prescriptions are  filled by us.  We use none l>\it tlio best quality of drugs and chemicals  Special attention given to their compounding  W. F. Teetzel & Go.  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON  Be Wei  A  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  local   branch   of  In addition to a new spring suit you need a new hat and tie;  See our window for samples of our stock of ties in all the latest  shapes and colors.  We have just received and opened up a large stock of hard and  soft hats, including Stetson's, Fedora's, Christie's, Roelofs and Carter's for spring and summer wear.  '���*?���  James A. Gilker  P. 0. Store, Baker Street, Nelson.   Branch Store at Ymir.  ,_,-;���        (THE 'T^ELIIIO^W^- -E1EXiX,0"V^r>%  .Fii%sf consignment; just  received.   "They are  Beauties, arid, if-you  are going to buy* a Bicycle,  BUY THE; BEST.  I   have;" ar "few   1897 wheels   which will   be   sold   cheap for . cash.  ..Those just received are** Ladies',' Gentlemen's and  Boy's 1S99 models.  Remember.our great, cash sale and .the big ..discount of 25 vper cent.  t  VI  ��Lb   Ckkv^a Cjbods, Terits; Awning  kof? and Fkitcy^tripjBd Ourtaiit^ for  Yerandaf]s and Windows  ALL SIZES OF  .   iimuvvn    TENTS IN STOCK  PROPRIETOR       Baker St. opposite postofflco, Nelson  'VCrgEiOX.BS^-.-.LE!   -A-iTST-D   EEtEAiL;  Write for quolAlions on car lots. "TSTEII-SOasr,   _B_. Qi i  the International  Typographical Union was organized in  Nelson on Sunday,, when the following  officers wore elected: .1. W. Mclntyre,  president; H. B. Hubbard, vice-president; F. C. Menary, recording secretary;  AV. J. Mc-Morris, financial, corresponding  secretary ancl treasurer; and J. O.  Fletcher, sergeant-at-arnis.  The Nelson ball team will xvear "uniform of maroon and grey this season.  The suits-will be ordered from'the'east  through a local house and will be accompanied with ji hurry-up order. a  Paul Johnson, who constructed the  Hall Mines smelter, litis been offered tlie  job of constructing the smelter wliich  is to be erected in Boundary creek.  The Trii_u_\'i_ is now on stile on every  train mid boat running from Nelsou. The  circulation is increasing so rapidly that  we would not be believed were the figures  given.  The machinery for the Slocan Ore Purchasing Company's sampler lias been ordered from the Jenckes Machine Company of Sherbrooke, Quebec. It is expected that the sampler will be -ready for  business by May 20th. The .manager of  the company says that he has tin option  on the purchase of sufficient ore to keep  the sampler going for one month.  The firemen's smoker -will be held in  the opera house on'Thursday evening instead of the fire hall. Among the attractions which have been arranged for -will  be a wrestling match between some local  Japanese.  The decision of justice Martin in the  interpleader case of Cordingly vs. McArthur litis reached Nelson. The decision  is in favor of the plaintiff���Sirs. Cordingly; Some time ago the defendant  McArthur took under execution; and. sold  some furniture -which was supposed to be  the property of ISdwardCordingly. -; M'rri.-  Corelinglyclaimecr tlie. furniture ..under it-  bill of sale, tuid this .vas-the- issue raised,  in tlie interpleader case. "_,-'"  P. Burns & Co. of this city..will -make  ti  shipment, of  three-cars of  stock over.  the;N._&. F. S. railway today,  consigned .  to points.in Boundary Creek.    The  shipment will'be niiido.up of pigs and* sheep.  Thc'Rossliind Record appeals   for sitp-  port= on account of tlie  expense  incurred'  in printing the' afternoon   report  of the  Associated Press.    The   Tini.UN._  prints  more reports thaii any other daily paper  JJ.^Kb"Qt*<_)ilW "idythdnx:  j^isl���il^^^LI^^ll^^���<^t]fe^��� ^.difi T5g=:ji.Jt|riien^sJ''i'i 1�� '(l{bbteJy  -i_a.y* cojiibihedi yet". itJiasvnoJi'evfeii  aslce'd'  ���a'railjvjiyvfor {i.���ip'i|��*s;" -��      .-���.   ���",��i"_  '-.%���  ,���   ������*   ��,*���*��� .*..���    '* -V      ���.      ������.  ."    �� "  '$ l::S.��"fP�� ��/ru'ck;hiisrbeeii:iSA .%'n Ah \i& sheriff.  ^fl^ou^lrvfetfote^uty/aiid' luis'" cl_.i_.-ge  of  frlXgioilice,   Betpr^ appohitiiig &v deputy  a"t lirtssjand he will visiti tliat place.  Oil SflndSiy ligxfe theile .fill  be,k ihateli  game* of bill 1 between .1. teairi inade up of  menibers  of ilie   voTufiteel' fire* brigardd  ahd n> team njiide up  Of m^lnbers of the  t>al( cl'tili.    AniOiig tlxe fire boys are seiu'i-  tridge aiid Houston, and tbey say they  fan "do ul)" any team that "Jim " and.  rtSiim" Neelands elm scared up.  MINING   RECORDS.  NKLSON MIXING  DIVISION���KKCOKI) OFFICE   AT  NELSON  Saturday April 1st.���Locations���St. Patrick, situate on  Sheep creek adjoining 1 lie Wolk; William McArthur,  locator. Falkirk, situate on Wolf creek, adjoining tho  Stirling; William IKcArthur, locator, -.annoekhnm,  situate on Wolf creek, adjoining the Burlington; William A c_V rthur, locator. Stirling, situate on Wolf  creek; K. liroadfoot, locator.  Transfers���Ma- Flower, an undivided one-ha'f interest  in the Violet, situate on Mount Hughes; T P. Hughes to  i eorge H. Gree", consiilcration, $1. Belle Siuglehurst.  situate on tho north side on Slide creek, at. east side of  north fork of Salmon river; 11. W. Craig of Crait-tow- to  Isabelle Siinjleliurst of Vancouver; consideration, ��1.  An undivided one-third interest in the Golden lloil. sit,  uate at Ihe mouth of ltest creek, three m les from Krio:  Katie "Mcl'-voy to l.dwin Krvinjoon.'ideration $500. New  York, situate about one and one-half m les from Deer  I'ark, on J-0\vcr Arrow lake, formerlj- Wild Mors : l��. .1.  Stimvult to Mrs. I\ A, (Joouoy of Deer Hark ; consider -  linn, St. Ciulden Cap, situate on south side of Sandy  creek;'!'. O. Skatlio lo Oltill' l.und; consideration, $l.  Gulden Crown, situato on south side of ��� andy (-reek ; Ole  Skatbo to Ohiir Lund ; con i-.ei.itiuii,$l.  Tuesday, Ai ril 4th. ���A n undivided one-half interest in  tho Vosemite, situate o.i Sheep creek, adjoining the  S'ellowstone; Thomas Bennett, to H. W. Hillings; consideration. Si. An undivided one-half uteres*, in the  Hio Tinto, situate on Sheen creek, and an undivided one-  half interest in the Black Diamond, situate one and 0"u-  half iniliM south east from the mouth of Porcupine  creek; It. W. Billings to Thomas Bennett, consideration, ��1.   Fine Body of Ore.  Recent dovelepments on the Tamarac  mine at \r__tir have been very encouraging. A fine body of arsenical iron ore has  been encountered in a crosscut driven  from the 200-foot level. A win/.e has  been sunk seventeen feet .at the end of  the crosscut and is all iu ore, which, it is  said,* Avill average $1(5 gold per ton. This  ore could be very easily stoped, and the  present equipment of machinery at the  mine is sufficient to handle and hoist a  considerable daily output.  w  ANTED���A  WANTED.  good  waitress.    Apply  King hotel, Baker street, Nelson.  at once Silver  POR   SALE.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORE  CARS  Canton Drill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Wooden ware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron, Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, G-lass  \  FOlt SALE���On easy terms a small sawmill, planer and  shinKlo_ mill.    Address "Sawmill," Tribune oilieo,  Nelson, b. C.  ADHAYING  business,   well   established,  ;.  rigs,  5  horses, stable and complete outlit.   Apply W. A.  Costello, iSelson, B. C.   FOR SALE���Lots 1 to 12 b oek 100, Nelson.   Price ��*��M).  No agents.   Box 572, Nelson.  FOR SA1-.R���Lots5, Gaud 7 block 18,Nolson, wi.h dwelling house.     Price  ��1000.   No  agents.     Box 572.  Nelson.        ���         ���   TENANTS   WANTED  FOR four stores, three basements, and ono second-  story wareroom. The stores and basements will be  24 by 100 feet, the second-story wareroom 100 by 100 feet,  all iu a brick building, with stone basement, having a  southern frontage on Baker street. Occupation givci.  July 1st. Inquire of .lolr.j Houston, Vernon street. Nelson.  PROFESSIONAL   CARDS.  AU.  HOLDICH���Analytical Chemist and. A-ouycr.  ���     Victoria street, Nelson.   T C. OWlJ.___j._V-, B.A.Sc. & W. S. JOHNSON, B.A.Sc.  ��-��� ��� ���Mining Engineers and Analytical Chemists,  Slocan City. B. C.   BWAltT & CAItltlK.���Architect-..   Rooms 7 and 8 Ah-  erdcen block. Baker street. Nelson.  H.  CAN IS���Architect t nd  artist,  next door to NcImoii binary.  Brckcuhill  Block,  NELSON STOKE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE GO.  Will  be found  in  their  new  premises  on   Baker Street  with a complete stock of '  HARDWARE  Shelf and  Heavy  Heavy  and Shelf  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS-NelbOii   Lodge,   No,   23,  Knights of Pythias, meets in-I. Q. O. K.IIall,corner  Baker, and Jvootenay streets, every Tuesday evening al  " o'clock.  C. IT I IK  8 o'clock.   Visiting Jvnights cordially invited to attend,  RNC3I.ee. G.' I.6sS..K."of R. (.8;  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M. .Meets  second Wednesday in each month.   Sojourning"'  brethron invited..  -..,  ALL KINDS OF MINING SUPPLIES  You  will find it. to your .idv.i_ita#o to consult us  .    .   before' placing your-.-orders-  Tirismithing and Plurr-birig a Specialty  .EstimatesV Cheerfully:, FurnisJjed  ams in  wlf^^tefs  HarfisS-WSe-Elected in Cliicago.     . ;  Chicago, April -l�����-fiHlieation!. at. eiylit  oVilock tjiis cvuiiijig wore tliat JT-UT'isqu.  (Deiiioc.i'tlt) luuj been ro^elootod, ina^or by  2o,{)Q0 plui;aj ity. '        i  use   picks,   shdvels,   ,e��c.,  :sh^ould=nr0'trfa;il=to^ltrak^at^ir^l1w  of goods, which for qualities and  material cannot be beat.  Having gone, over our: immense stock and finding  that we can do' business where others-are trying,  we find it proper for our customers and others to,,  Come and Get Bargains  '��� ���.    .��� ���   In ^.(ft'^eJp'e^^aMi:i^^^:M^pS^-# w^& isf  Have -llrtm^^eeleferai^  ���ofikes< ^hji;p?eas.;�� ,ftniii_.g: ofxiers8 ^r6r4ptly filled  '" carefiilly packed.   Prices righ$  Vaneoayer Hardware Go., H  ImtSdrtei-s of Shelf and HefSvy Hardwire.        ;  MARA & liAl-NAIID BLOCK. 13AKKR ST., NKLSON  Telephone 10.   P. O. Box K & W.      Baker street West, Nelson  ARE NOT EASTERN IMITATIONS  BUT ARE MADE BY  TBI KOOTENAY CIGAB MANUFACTURING COMPANY  ore* asr-B-L-SO-N", B.a  Youf House Needs Refupnishmg*  D. McArthur & Co.  Can supply you with all kinds of  Fine Furniture, Carpets aqd Linoleum  AT REASONABLE  PRICES  Cor"erofBlS.^S"H UNDERTAKING IN. CONNECTION  OUR MAMMOTH STOCK OF  BOOTS AND SHOES  EVERYTHING IN THE SHOE LINE  5  on urn  20 AND 28 WEST BAK'EU STREET, NELSON  THE RUSH  Has been so great we were  compelled to order more goods  which have just arrived. First  come first choice.  H. M. Vincent  UAKER ST. WKST. NKLSON, B. C.  Young Men  It yon wnnt a nobby suit or a stylish pair  of pants for spring wear call at rooms 5 iind  i) Cleinent-s block. 1 will show you sonio  nice cloth and samples, and will send same  lo your olllce or room where your measure  can bo taken. Will lit you as you were  never fitted before.  LADIES' TAILOR MADE SUITS  A ��� SPECIALTY ���  Stevens, Tlie Tailor  Falls on Sunday this season,  on this  account there will Be a big* demand for  '/'A*  Come direct to us as we Will be well supplied. We Have also made arrangements  with the Nelson hens to keep us supplied with new laid eggs until after the feast, if  you don't have boiled eggs for breakfast don't blame us.  Something choice in Easter hams and breakfast bacon, and a pound of our Tea will  complete the bill of fare.  8-Star Flour Makes Good Bread.  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, B. O.  DesBrisay & Go,  The Best on the Market  Just received a carload of tlie Lake of the Woods Milling Company's  celebrated Hungarian brands of Flour, which will be sold at the same  price as tlie  inferior grades on the market.    Try it and   be  convinced.  Family ordors a specialty and free daily delivery  Mail and telephone orders promptly attended to  Baker Street West, opposite.Oddfellows'Block  JOHN A. IBVIM & CO.  SPECIAL ATTEITM  The supply is limited, so call early and examine this stock.  Have just received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FBED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. ��od  S��6rt.

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