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 -v,  "I  WORKING IN THE BELIEF THAT A  GENERAL   ELECTION   IS   NEAR.  Special to The Tribune.  Ottawa, April 12.���Tlie prospect now  is tliat the debate on the address will not  be concluded before the end of next week.  Ii.very opposition member it seems is to  speak, as the impression prevails among  tlie Conservatives that the 'general election will be liehl before another.session is  called. The members are therefore anxious to talk to their constituents. No  doubt the proposal to puss a redistribution bill induces the Conservatives to  think the general election will be held.  As to the redistribution bill, the object  of the government is to make it so fair  that no reasonable man can object. The  idea is to provide a fair basis upon which  any redistribution may subsequently be  made.  SILLY   CHARGES   IGNORED  By Premier Laurier.  Special to Tho Tribune.  Ottawa, April 12.���At the opening of  the house today sir Charles Tupper.. congratulated the premier on the announce-,  incut that the government proposed to  take up tlie Pacific cable scheme and  carry it 'through to a successful conclusion.  He said he was satisfied that the cable  would not be an encumbrance to the  country, but would soon 'prove a source  of revenue.  Sir Wilfrid Laurier expressed his gratitude to sir Charles for his remarks and  said he hoped that the leader of the opposition would act iu the future as he did  in this case, when the government brought  down equally good proposals.  Mr. lYIcDougall (Cape Breton) resumed  the time-Avorn address debate. He first  endeavored to show that the preferential  tariff was a fraud and that the general tariff was pro-American, quoting a. long list of articles  on which there had been substantial reductions and of which Ave buy almost exclusively from the United States. Mr.  McDougall quoted from several speeches  which the premier had made when in  opposition, in which various reforms  were advocated, and he asked why none  of them were mentioned in the speech  from the throne. Healing witli'the Manitoba school question, Mr. McDougall denied that the question was settled. The  Liberals had got into power upon promises of a settlement, and he held that  they should fulfil their promises of settlement. He said he was informed that in  order to secure grace in connection with  the settlement that the premier had .sent  hush money to the people of Manitoba.,  He challenged the premier to answer  this'allegation, but sir Wilfrid paid no  attention to him.  ��� -McLennan of'Glengarry -.made- a long,  ���-speech. , He touched oii the -Yukon  charges and read a letter from a Glfcn-  garry man, a Liberal,-he said, who found  fault with.commissioner Ogilvie for not  suspending all the officials as soon as he  arrived.  Fisher moved the  adjournment of the  debate, and the house adjourned al I 1.55.  The Pacific Cable.  Special to The Tribune.  Ottawa. April 12.���Negotiations in the  matter of the Pacific cable, "which have  never beeu wholly discontinued, are now  likely to bring about an arrangement a.s  to the proportionate cost, in which Canada's share would be the same as that  borne by Great Britain, five-eighteenths,  the Australian colonies between them  subscribing four-ninths. The papers aud  correspondence in connection With the  Subject will be laid before the Iinperiftl  and "Canadian parliament-, concurrently,  so tluit the public will be placed in the  =poSses;sj oiro^  tion  of the   blue   books  will  not mean  0/<U iJJin  i y���*���*��������  ENTERPRISE   MINE   REPORTED  SOLD   FOR   SIX   FIGURES.  THURSDAY MORFING, APRIL  13,  ISM.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;   WEEKLY, $2.  that the Dunsmuir conferences with the  government resulted in a friendly decision to arbitrate on the amount payable  under tin; lease.  THE  MINERS   WILL   INSIST  On Enforcement.  Spcoial to The Tribune.  Rossi.A.vi), April 12.���.James Wilkes,  vice-president of the National Congress  of Labor, in an interview today said that  there was but one opinion among the  members of the organized miners of the  province with respect to the enforcement  of the eight-hour amendment. The position taken by the organized miners is  that the legislature of the province has.  enacted that eight hours shall constitute  a day's work for men employed underground,, and they propose to hold the  ministers entrusted to carry out the laws  of the province to their whole duty, and  to the enforcement of the eight-hour  amendment. Should they fail to do so  they will be held strictly to account when  the legislature re-assembles, and as the  respective parties are rather evenly  divided, tlie labor representatives iu the  house will hold the balance of .power.  With respect to the stay of proceedings which the mine-owners' delegates  claim to have secured for six weeks, iu  which to present their case, IMr. Wilkes  does not attach much importance to it.  The labor organization is prepared to  join issue with the government should it  refuse to enforce the law, and it does not  consider that the miners are fairly  treated Avhen they are required to petition in favor of the enforcement of a  measure which it is well known the employers are opposing.  -Both at Rossland and at Ymir the mining companies have adopted the eight-  hour system and there lias been no decrease in the rate of wages, and it is but  a question of time until the eight-hour  system will become general throughout  Kootenay. Not only does .Mr. AVilkes  believe that the government will enforce  the law. but he further believes that any  attempt at repealing the measure upon  the reassembling of the legislature will  end in failure.  NAVVIES PRESENT A PETITION  TO   PARLIAMENT.  THE FINE ITALIAN HAND OF THE  CANADIAN   PACIFIC.  necessarily Britain's consent to this adjustment of the case, although it is  regarded on the whole .is likely that a  bargain will be closed ere long on these  terms. Theseveralgovernnientsconeeriied  lire subscribing -their proportions of the  capital of the cost involved, which is  estimated at $7,500,000. Canada's share  Would therefore be in the neighborhood  oi $2,000;oOOt The formal consent of the  several parliament!. coiicerned'have to be  obtained before anything caiube done*  Short Items From. Victoria.  ,'*-  Special 'to The Tribune.  Victoria, April 1.2.���-An Atlin letter,  received on the last'iiiad, states that  minister Hume was daily expected, and  the residents hope that he "will persona I-  ly attend to the settlement of the difficulties which have cropped up regarding  town lots and mining claims.  Victoria's celebration "of the Queen's  Birthday is to occupy four days this  year. The main feature will be the naval  .and military display at the Macauley  Point fortifications. The hist two days  will be given over to sporting and athletic events.  V .'.������**.  Dunsmuir's Right of Way.  Special to The Tribune.  Victoria,- April ,1.2.���The Times tonight published a story frain QttaAva to  the effect that the Esquimalt & Nanaimo  railway lease for right of way through  the Songhees reserve had been cancelled,  and that tlie company would be sued for  a considerable amount due under it. As  Mr. Duusmuir was premier Laurier's  guest a few nights ago, this .apparently/  hostile move excited no. little surprise,  but another despatch from Ottawa says  tliat there is no truth in  the report, but  Newspaper Men Escaped,-  - ,' - Special to the Tribune.  Monthi_ai.. April 12.--CroAvn prosecu-'  cutor Cook today moved to commit the  proprietors of-tho- TJeraid, .Patrie,- and  Miners'e, journals for commenting on the  recent libel'triarwbilo the case was sub-  judice. -Counsel appeared for the papers  and expressed regret if anything had  been published that would be contempt  of court. Judge Wurtle said he took it  that the motion was intended" only as a  warning. It was 'improper that any  comments should.appear during the hearing of the case, but when it was finished  bhe newspapers may make Tiny comment  they saw fit about the conduct of the  judge, jurors or witnesses, so long as it  was not done through hatred or ill will,  but in the. public interest. In fact he considered proper comments should be made  as it was a great protection and obliged  the officials to keep Avithin the law by'  reminding them they may be called to  account. Under the circumstances he  thought it his duty to accept- the;.expressions of regret and promises to abstain" in  future. The "motion was therefore dismissed.   Special to The Tribune.  Ottawa, April 12.���Pierre St. Dennis,  of Montreal, has presented two petitions  to the house of commons concerning the  grievances of the laborers employed in  construction work on the Crow's Nest  Pass raihvay. One petition is signed by  300 of the dissatisfied men from Hull and  requests the government's intervention  to secure for them full pay while in the  employ of the Canadian Pacific Raihvay  Company. One man claims they were  charged full fare on the trip to and from  the Pass, and also that they had other  inoneys kept out of their wages, contrary  to the terms of the agreement made  when the railway company's agents were  engaging in Montreal for men to work.  Many of the men were dissatisfied with  the treatment they received and left before the time they had engaged for had  expired. ,    -.  -  Molineux Indictment Discharged.  Associated Press.  New York,.April 12,���Justice Pardon  C. Williams tonight handed down his decision on the motion made to discharge  the indictment against Roland B. Molineux, charged with sending poison to  Harry Cornish'which caused the death of  Mrs. -Williams. Justice Williams dismissed the indictment on the ground  that other than legal evidence was received and considered by the grand jury,  and directed that the case be re-submitted to the grand jury now sitting, or to  the next grand jury that shall sit in  New York.  Cars Made in Buffalo.  Associated Press.  Buffalo, April 12.���The Wagner Car  Company at East Buffalo, today turned  out eight sleeper cars for the Intercolonial raihvay, being the first consignment  of an order of sixteen cars, received from  the Canadian government. They are  the handsomest sleepers ever built at the  Wagner shops, and will eclipse*any pas-'  senger cars in style and furnishings used  in the,Dominion. The cars were sent to  Montreal, where they will be placed in.  service by the Intercolonial _rond.   -  '. - Evicted -Tenants Lost.    v  Associated Press.  London, April J2.���The house of_ commons today, by a vote of 107 to 09, rejected the bill" introduced by William  0'3_alloy, anti-Parncllite member for a  division of Galway, providing for the  compulsory reinstatement of the Irish  tenants evicted since 1879. Gerald Balfour, chief secretary for Ireland, denounced the bill as being bad in principle and mischievous in practice,  Vancouver, April  12.���At a meeting  of the   Vancouver Board  of Trade  last  evening   the   resolution   passed  by  the  Grand Forks  Board   of Trade   was   read  and "discussed. A resolution'on somewhat  similar lines was introduced.    To this an  amendment   referring  the  matter  to a  committee for future' report was offered  and adopted.    Those favoring  the  resolution argued the necessity for competing  railways.     Some  of the  speakers called  attention to the threats .'of .boycott that  had been received from Grand Forks, and  thought that the position of this board  should be neutral.    George McL. Brown,  the    executhre    agent    of    the     Canadian       Pacific      railway,;     on      being  called   on,    said    that    he    had     not  intended to exercise his privilege to speak  and would prefer not to do so.    He quite  appreciated.* that a number of people; sympathized  with the   local  cry for more  railways, but in respect to the Boundary  Creek country this, was not necessary for  the purposes of competition, in view of  government control of rates.    If .the.Vj.o-  liey now accepted throughout Canada, of  "Canada* for  the  Canadians," was to be  effective,   then   Canadians .-must  strive  against -American-  encroachments.    The  Canadian "Pacific.opposition, to the  charter Avas not with a -view*; to  stifling com- j  petition.   Such could not be, as the'govr  eminent had  power to    regulate  tolls.  The company contended that no American lines should be permitted until  British Columbia interior toAA-ns and smelters  had been established  and   brought into  close relation Avith Canadian agricultural  aud commercial centres.  SANDON   MINING AND  LOCAL  NEWS.  Racing Dates Changed.  Associated Press.  New York, April 12.���The Scawan-  haka-Corinthian yacht club has found it  necessary to alter its plans for the coming season, and has changed the date  agreed upon with the Royal St. Lhav-  rence yacht club. The first race in  the 1899 match will be sailed, on July 2,(5,  and the remaining races, on succeeding  week days.  Government Acted Promptly.  gpecjal to The Tribune,  Victoria, April 12.���The provincial  government scored a point in public favor  at Glenora recently Avhen upon the first  intimation of an outbreak of a scurvy  epideXnic on the trails the government  agent caused a- hospital to be opened, in a  disused hotel, Avhere the helpless victims  liav'e been treated. The result lias been  tli.it all arej'ccoveri-ig. The convalescents  are resting in the jail as there are no  prisoners at Glenoid.. The prompt action  of the government is in striking contrast  with the condition of aff-iirs in tlie Copper  River country, wheVo many have perished  for want of help, while attempts made to  induce Washington authorities to take  action resulted in nothing.  Liberal Tide Running High.  Special to The Tribune;  Toronto, April 12th.���The Globe says:  The Liberal tide is running high, and its  course has submerged ConservatiAre  strongholds which appeared quite as impregnable as Brockville. The Liberals  ha ve secured in Comstock a strong, energetic local candidate, and feel assured all  that is needed to command' success is activity and perfect organization, The  Globe suggests the discussion during the  Brockville campaign of the Yukon royalty.  Professional Mountain Climbers.  Special to The Tribune.  Montreai., April 12.���Three Swiss  guides, who have been engaged by the  0. P. R. for mountain climbing in the  Rockies, arrived here this morning A'ia  NeAV York from Switzerland. They are  in native .costume.and only one. of them  taiks English. They are tp be placed at  the disposal/of tourists 'who Avant to see  the scenic Avonders of the Rockies.  Ready for the Museum.  Associated Press.  i\,i agar a Falls, N. Y, April 12-���Eleven  year ago Mvs. Stephen Collins (lied from  the effects of a'Self-inflicted wound in the  throat. Her body Was buried in St.  Mary's cemetery. Today the body Avas  exhumed in order to remove it to another  resting place, it Avas found when the  coffin was opened that the body had  turned to stone.  I*iye Sailors Drowned.  Associated PrCfiSi  New York, April 12.���The barge Ellen  Gow reported from Vineyard Haven yesterday to ha.A*e sunk on Sunday, had' a  crew of five men aboard. They were lost.  She was valued with her cargo of coal at  $200,000, and belonged to-the Philadelphia  Coal Company.  Killed by Chilcoton Indians.  Associated Press.  Victoria, April 12.���John Henley of  Baltimore, has. reported at Dyea the  murder by the Chilcoton Indians of Sydney Nance, a young Englishman, and  Charles ]__rickson,a'Swedish miner, whom  they found mutilating a- totem pole.  Henley says the Indians shot them.  Another Man Chosen.  Associated Press. .  Victoria, Ajn-il 12.���The city council  today decided to offer the position of city  engineer to CecilB.Smith, of Toronto, avIio  Avas amongst the first thirty-tAvo applicants for the position.  Rosebery to Take Charge.  .   ' Associated Press.  I-Ondox, April 12.���The Daily Mail  says this morning : .We understand ..that  the earl of Rosebery is'. about..to"';resume  active-political life.'"  ; Special to The Tribune.  Sandon, April 12.���The Slocan Star has  a force of men putting the mill in shape  to resume operations about the 20th. A  "number of cars of shipping ore taken out  iu the course of the Avintor's development  work Avill be shipped at once.  \ Throughout the Slocan the trails and  wagon.roads are rapidly breaking up. Jn  but few cases is it possible to ^ employ  animals. For this reason the Whitewater  has beeu forced to temporarily discontinue shipments. - ���.  Arthur Bacon, Avb'o for seAjeral" months  has been in .the Slocan purchasing zinc  ores for an English smelter,, has accumulated about 1400 tons of ore running in  zinc from 15 to 35 .per cent. He expects  to complete liis first shipment of.-3000  tons by .midsummer. The lot will go by  ship from Vancouver.  The announcement; that the government has decided to a 1 Ioav the eight-hour  law to remain unenforced pending an in-  A-estigation of the matter meets with  very general approval in the Slocan. A  complete close down of all the mines  would have followed the promulgation of  the hiAv. Both miners and mine owners  are satisfied with the present conditions,  though there are a few amongst the  former avIio may attempt to break up the  existing pleasant relationship between  eiiiployer iind employee byenibairrassiug  the government in its decision.  The Kaslo & Slocan   railway Will pro-  -ba-bly=ha^re^Tp=-���iot-e=difficu  as all the principal slides are down.  The Last Chance is keeping Up its  ���splendid, record of, one car per day, and  from the appearance of the mine it is  safe to say that the record \yill be kept  up during the entire year. This ore nets  from $r__O0 to $1500 per car.  F, A. Woods, manager of tlie Last  Chance, leaves tomorrow for California,  where he will spend a month.  "The Jackson mill has closed down on  account of a break in the dam and a  shortage of wtiter. Tile mine is now  ���shipping'on clean ore, but this Avill be  temporarily siiut off soon on account of  the breaking up of the wagon, road.  G.Alexander, now sole owner of the  Antoiiie, is making preparations to start  a long tunnel on the Best Basin side of  the mountain to tap the lead nt great  depth.  IN  AND   AROUND   YMIR.  last  The  Y.aiir, April 12.���Heavy   rain   fell  night and dispersed a lot  of snow.  Salmon river has risen quiet a bit.  The Tennessee, Iowa and iron Chief  mineral claims, oAvned by the Hamilton  and Rossland Gold Mining Company, are  to have .attention .paid to them shortly.  On the Rising Star six men are at work.  This is a promising property.  H [It is understood there is a deal on for  the Wilcox on Wild Horse creek. The  Wilcox has two ledges, principally  galena.  Next month work is to be vigorously  pushed along on the Silver Lake group,  AA'hich consists of the Union, Sih-er Lake  and -Montreal mineral claims, and are  centrally located between the Union .Jack  on the north, tlie Big I lorn on.:the south,  Big Patch on the east,, and .Big 'Four', on  tlie   west, Avhieh   are   recognised   by   all  mining men as good substantial properties. A Avagon road Avill be built up to  that locality this summer. On the property there is a well defined ledge, four  to six feet Avide, extending from about  the centre of the Sih'er Lake claim  across the side line and far into the Union  claim.  Ymir has two daily trains, two daily  mails, telegraphic communication with  the Avorld, good, hotels, good water supply, rich mines, plenty-of fuel, public  school, Ymir Miner published weekly,  ..Presbyterian, Methodist and Anglican  churches, healthy climate, unexcelled  scenery, unrivalled fishing and the cam])  only requires capital for its development.  This camp can compare to its advantage  with any "of the newer camps, for it can  shoAAr deAreloped mines' or prospects Avith  richness of ore and Avill yet come to the  front.  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  Police magistrate Crease yesterday imposed a fine of $10 upon George Holbrook  for damaging Josejjhine street by diyert-  ing a stream of water' Upon it. He also  assessed the damage done at $20, which  Holbrook AA*as also required to pay. Holbrook is said to be considering an appeal.  The publication of The Tribune's  article upon; the assessment roll recently  prepared by the city assessor has had  the effect of causing "the city assessor  considerable extra0 work through individual enquiries'-as. to values placed on  different properties. There is no necessity for haste in this matter. EArery per-  ��� son assessed-will receive' notice of such  assessment Avithin the next fourteen  days, and Avill then have a full month in  which to decide Avhether to make an appeal or not. The court of revision Avill  meet ou June .1st, aud appeals against  the assessment can be made at any time  up till Avithin ten days of the holding of  the court.  Anyone knoAving the Avhereabouts of  James MoAvat, a carpenter, formerly of  Nelson, Avill please communicate with  This. Trm June.  Fred Irvine is in Victoria, enjoying  good health, and Jacob DoA;er is in Vancouver, enjoying his first honeymoon.  The management of the Nelson baseball team has not decided yet where the  team will play on -May 24th. Ncav Denver offers thejargest purse for both the  b-ihcb.d- -game and .the hose team race,  but tho'Sandon ball team aud,hose'team,  which are required for the. contest; haA'c  announced that they will visit Silverton-  and not Noav Denver. If the Nelson boys  can, induce the Sandon teams to meet,  them at New Denver, the local boys will  go to New 'Denver, but otherwise they  will 15c obliged-to go to Silverton and  compete for smaller purses.  Chief-af police McKinnon yesterday  collected something, over $20 in aid'of  Mrs. McArthur, who is in indigent circumstances.  The executive committee of the fraternal societies of Nelson have decided on  Tuesday, May 2nd as the date for the  dedicatory ceremonies of Fralernitv  hall in tlie Oddfellows' block. The following societies will take part in the  programme: Jvnights of Pythias. Independent Order of Oddfellows. Independent Order of Foresters, Canadian Order  of J'Vresters, -Loyal Orange Association  *anfi=the^i^rigiits^fi\fiTcca;15ees.  The disjilay of footwear in the show  windOAA's of the Neelands Shoe Emporium  is a fair indication of the progress which  has been made by tlie local boot and shoe  trade. The people of. Nelson now have  the advantage ol! up to date styles at  cOUipetiti ve prices.  Fred Irvine arrived home last night,  coming from Victoria, via the Canadian  Pacific. He has been away over two  months;, and during his absence visited  nearly every one of the large eastern  cities. He return^ in good health and  says he never felt better in his life. lie  left Mi\ and Mrs. Dover in New York and  saw .Janics Lawrence in Vancouver.  Nova Scotia Vessel Wrecked..   ..,.,  Special to Tlie Tribune.  Montreal, April, 12. ���It is feared in  marine 'insurance circles that the fine  ship State Of Austria, of Haiitsport, Nova  Scotia, bound from Mobile to Belfast, AVas  wrecked during the February gales. She  left about the end of .January and has  not since been heard of. She was at one  time .the largest sailing ship in Nova  Scotia Waters and iniist have cost $100,000.  The cargo was valued at $10,000. The  captain and crew numbered 401. and much  anxiety is felt for their safety. The recent  series of marine "disasters lias made  marine insurance men seriously think of  raising rates.  . Manitoba's New Chief Justice.  Special to Tbe Tribune.  Winnipeg,   April   12.   -.Justice   .villain  has   been    appointed    chief   justice   of  Manitoba. " '  Charles Dudley Warner III.  Associated I'ress.  \i_\v Oi.i-EAN.s,vApril 12.���Charles Dudley Warner, the Avell known author and  editor, is critically ill hero with la grippe.  Two AA-eeks ago The Tribune state.,  that  the.  London  and British Columbia  Goldfields  people  were   negotiating  for  "the  purchase of the Enterprise mine on  Ten-mile creek, Slocan  lake  district, and  that the deal might be closed.   A brief  history and  an   extended  description of  the   mine   Avere   also published.    These  articles have been garbled and  reprinted  in a dozen different papers, and iioav* it is  heralded   broadcast   that  the mine  has  been  sold for $750,000, the London aiid  British    Columbia   Goldfields,    Limited,  being   the   purchaser.        The  figure at  which   the  deal   Avas  closed is not given  Out  by  the  people  who made the deal,  and any figures  are'mere .'guesses.    The  sum to be paid for the Enterprise  is not  far from $350,000, as the property is not  considered  a "big"one  by the  experts  who have examined it.    It is not unlikely  thatthe  purchase of  the Enterprise by  the London and British Columbia  Gold-  fields crowd Avill result in the starting up  of the smelter at Pilot Bay.    That smelter has a lead furnace of 100  tons capacity.    Tho L. <fc B. C. people  have an interest in .the'-Ruth.-.mine in Slocan district  and control the Whitewater mine iu the  same district, both of Avhieh yield  "Avet"  ores ; the Enterprise is a "dry" ore miue,  and its output, together with  the  "dry" *  concentrates from the Ymir mine, Avhicli  is   also   OAvned by the same company,  AA'ould furnish the necessary "dry"  ores.  The Pilot Bay smelter is accessible  to all  four of these mines.   The first tAvo would  ship A*i.i the Kaslo <fe Slocan raihvay ; the  Enterprise A'ia the Slocan branch of the"  Canadian Pacific; and the Ymir A'ia the  Nelson   & Fort Sheppard raihvay.    The  Pilot Bay smelter could not Avell be "bottled up" if such a deal Avere made.  Vetoed.  Mayor Neelands has vetoed the resolution passed by the city council changing  the city's bankers, that is, he has made  an entry hired ink in the minute book to  that effect. At the next meeting of the  council two questions Avill lni/ve to be disposed of. The first one *vvill be: What  right had the mayor to make an entry  in the minute book, without the approval of the council. The second Avill be: *  Shall the A'eto of the mayor be sustained.  It is believed, in Avcll-infornied circles,  that the mayor cannot muster four A'btes,  The Merchants Bank croAvd, inside and  outside, supported Neelands to a man at  the last election, and they will have their  rcAvard, or there Avill be trouble in the  camp.        .. '  Nelson Lawn Tenuis Club.    '  At the annual general  meeting of the  ..-VelcDi-   lav;"!__.--��fiU!_i'. _<_Jiib  the XolJowingf .'_  officers were elected for the year: Presi- .  ,dent,   H.   E: Croasdaile^   A'ice-president.��,  F. Fletcher, A. R. J^iriOAv.and A. E. Hod-.  gins; secretary -treasurer, F. A.  Macrae;  committee,  G., W.   B.~ Heathcote," H. B.  Haines and Jl. W. F.  Pollock. * The  club  are going ahead Avith the construction of ���  their new" ground,  and   look for a large  increase  ini   members,'both ��� playing and,  non-playing, as a great deal of .interest is  being shown in the game for the coming  season.    The grounds secured are on the  west side of   Cotlonwood Smith creek,  near the Silica  street .bridge, and  about  $500 will be required to be  expended to  make them in good condition   to play on,  Canadian Ne4ws* in Brief. '  .Special to Tlio Tribune.  At Brantford   the  Grand   river  is  on  the rampage and many places along   the*  stream are flooded.  In London petitions are being circu-  lai.od-~n7.kijig���that, Peg^leg-J3mwn tlie  murderer be given a now trial.  Lord and lady -Minto arrived at Toronto last night to attend the horse show  opening tomOi*i.OAV.  Allan   Riehard'sou",  a   twelve-year  old  soil of RichiiJ'dsoii, tlie Dunville jewele.:,  shot himself dead yesterday while> ���playing   With  a revolve!-,   the   liitjlet  going'  through the heart.  An English Preacher Cklled.  ��lt<.<!i(i. to-The Tribune,  Toi.oxTO, April 12.���The congregatioil  of St. Andrew's church met this .evening  and unanimously extended a call to Dr.  Armstrong Blake, of Birkenhead, England, offer-nig $JO00 arid.a*, manse. A. F.  Maclean will go to Fngland to prosecute  the call for the .congregation before tlie  Liverpool presbytery, supported by Di-.  Munro Gibson and D. W. Robertson  Nichol of London. The St. Andrews pastorate is that occupied by the late D. J.  Mucdonnell, and later by Rev. AV. J. Mc-  Caughau. .   Humors of Important Changes.  Special to The Tribune.  Toronto, April 12.���The World's.Montreal special says:    The presence of chief  justice Strong here gives rise to  the  rumor  that  he  may  go    permanently  to  Kuropo.    Along Avith this comes a report  that premier Laurier is tired  of politics  and   will   become   chief   justice.     It is  stated that  if the  imperial government  can be induced to give  $7000  towards a  regular salary for a Canadian representative on  the  judicial   committee   ofthe  privy council, the Dominion  Avould give  the same.  Born.  To the Avife of John SAVedberg there  avus born a daughter yesterday afternoon. THE TllIBUKB: KELSON, B.-C.,'TUHKSDAY, APRIL" 13, 1899,  Special  Dress Goods Sale!  To clear a few lines at half the usual price, all in  dress lengths of 7 yards each, no two pieces alike  8 pieces figured dress goods at 40 cents, regular price, 75 cents  7 pieces figured dress goods at 65 cents, regular price, $1.25  10 pieces figured dress goods at $1, regular price, $1.75  The, balance of our spring capes and jackets at wholesale price  Baker Street,  NELSON  A. FERLAND & CO.  356 FISHING RODS  AND MORE COMING  English and Canadian make of Bamboo (whole and split)  Steel, Lancewood and Greenheart. The largest assortment  in Kootenay.    Mail orders promptly attended to.  Nelson Hardware Co.  Baker Street, Nelson.  Waterproof Goats and Umbrellas  Now that the wet season is approaching, you will want  something to keep you dry. We have just received something special in Waterproof Coats with Velvet Collars to  sell at $8.    See our Umbrellas, from $1.25 up.  been made of such stuff, Nelson today  Avould be a hamlet of men afraid of their  shadoAvs, instead of a thriving young city.  "Wiii-X the people of southern Kootenay Avere fighting for the Nelson & Fort  Sheppard railway charter, in 1891, president 'Van Home of the Canadian Pacific  remarked.that he Avas fighting against  them, because it was his interest to do so;  but that if he lived in Kootenay, he  Avould be doing ax the people of Kootenay  Avere doing. This statement Avill probably astonish some ol" the Aveak-kneed  members of the board of trade of Nelson  avIio are afraid to say their souls are their  own for fear of offending the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company.  Last year the city's real estate tax roll  amounted to between $9000 and $10,000.  This Avas on an assessment of a "little less  than $.1,000,000, the rate being one per  cent. This year the assessment has been  "sAvelled" more than 50 per cent, and the  rate is also to be "sAvelled" 50 per cent.  By this "sAvelliug" process the city council  hopes to get $20,000 and oyer out of the  property oAvners.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  ^��^^ ��:iMi^ ��ihih &&^  r -  Fped Irvine & Co.  B  B  ���fa  B  W  Men's  Women's  and  Children's  AIND  Men's  Women's  and  Children's  B  These makers'goods are carried by us  Sign of the Big- Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B. O.  J, F. WEIR  RAILWAY  TIME-TABLES.  CANADIAN PACIFIC.  (DEPOT J'OOT OF KAH-WAV STl.KKT)  Passenger and mail (daily), for Nakusp   Leave.    Arrive.  and Revelstoke and main lino points.6.30 a.m. 8 20 p.m.  Passenger and mail (daily), for Slocan  City, Silverton, New Denver, Three  Forks and Sandon ���. 0.30 a.m.   8.20 p.m.  Passenger and mail (daily) for Robson,  Trail and Kossland 0.40 p.m. 10.80 p.m.  NELSON AND FORT  SHEPPAKD.  (depot east end watkr street, hogustown)  Passenger and mail (daily), for Spo-    Leave.    Arrive.  kane 9.40a.m.   5.30p.m.  Passenger and mail (daily), for Ymir,  Salmo. AVanetaand Rossland ...... .0.40 a.m.   5.30 p.m.  (Trains leave Mountain Siding, eaut end Robson street,  forty minutes later than from Nelson station.)  KASLO AND SLOCAN.  Passenger nnd mail (daily except Sun-   Leave.    Arrive,  days), from Kaslo for Whitewater,  McGuigan,  Three   Forks," Sandon  and Cody '��� *."."' ��� ��� .8.00 a.m.   3.55 p.m.  1 Passenger and mail (daily cxceptSun-  ��� day), from Sandon for Kaslorsj.'... .1.15 p.m. 10.40 a.m.  ~       STEAMBOAT TIME . TABLES.-  ..-���.        ' CANADIAN,PlCIFIC.r        ^ *    _  '(..OATS LEAVE lU-X-STKKI-T WHARF)  Steamer Kokanee (daily excepffSun- , Leave.    Arrive,  days), for Kokanee Creck.-Balfbur,   L   -  Pilot Bay, Ainsworth and Kaslo",... .4.00 p.m. 11.30 a.m.  'Steamer   Moyie   (leaves   Mdhdaj-s,  Wednesdays,  Fridays and "arrives    ,   ,    *  Tuesdays,   Thursdays, Saturdays),     '_  '' for1-Kootenay Landing,.where/con- .  nection is made with Crow'sfVNcst  Pass railway "....* X����$��- ��� ���8-00 ��"m-   c-fi�� P-m-  Kootenay railway an^*navigation co.  (BOATS LBAA'K I-ALLfST-M-KT WHAKK)  Steamer International (daily -except   Leave.    Arrive.  Sundays), for Kokanee Creek.VBal-  , four, Pilot  Bay, - Ainswortlttand  Kaslo .... ���. ;.;���:_^.arfc30,Tg.truH0.3Qa.m.;  ��to   ��^^|^,7.\;-  ... .V..":..:..?, F.iMxWKAk;"Nb..W   SexkK'th "Yea'k, No. ;2l.  the AA'aterAvorks and sewer systems. Stop  the leaks and wastage in the Avater sys-  tem, and extend the seAver system according'to your means. Borrowed money  has to be repaid, and it is just as hard  for a city to repay borroAA*ed money as it  is for an individual���aud most individuals find debts burdensome.  INCORPORATED 1670.  W  Ame^s, Holden  J. andT. Bell  B  No better makers of Boots and Shoes known  F. J. Weston   &  Son's in children's  Boots and  Shoes.    F. J.  Weston  & Son's stand  at the top.   We  handle their goods  Daily Edition*   ��� Weekly Edition..  THE DAILY TRIBUNE is publil-iecl' every; 'morning  (except Monday), and -will beV-riailed- t6u"subscribers  in ^ Canada or tho United Statesnffoi-B��45s1aJyear;Iai]d"t<.1  subscribers in'Great Britain'for.SSj- y���earj;,or"itf \Vill  be delivered to.sul. .criljors nin XClson.foi^255dents a  wcek. $1 a lnonlh, ��2.50 for three���mbnth\.$5. for.,Six  . months, or ��10 for one year.   Ipayableiih'advaiice. "  THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE i** priblisKcd' every, WedneH-  *   day and Saturday, and will be mailed to Subscribers  - 'anywhere for $2 a year, payable iii advaiice.  REGULAR ADVERTISE!.! KNTS^printcdVin-bbth-.thd,  ��� daily~and~wcekly" editions for ��4 per inch rpcr months  ' 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.   Addre.s���    THE TBIBUNE. Nelson; B. C. .  Tiir Economist is strongly in favor of  the city borrowing $00^000 for publib ihi-  proveinents. it says that a policy of ill-  advised economy might bhist tliC futhre  of Nelson. Jt ulso says that fche .yi'eseut  electric light plant should be improved at  jio matter wliut cost. We Arc afraid  .these arguments . wijl iiot convince'the  , piToj?erby qwii^i's of. Nelson to change  their set deterh-ination not to vote the  pi'esent Cduncil a cent for any purpose  wliateArdr.  Thb city should do  aS private individualsdo���live and do business within its  means.    There is  no -law to compel anyone to use electric light, and if the capacity of the present plant  is  not  sufficiently large to supply all who might use  electric light, is it not better to supply  those that can  be supplied  than to expend thousands of dollars on alterations  in the plant that Will in no way be of  permanent   benefit.    Tlie present  plant  has a greater capacity than that  of any  other town of Nelson's size in  Canada;  bivb, the  trouble in  Nelson  is, that  the  plant is. not made to earn up to its  capacity.    Fully  25  per cent of the earning  capacity of the plant is given away.   Let  the council remedy tliat,-and-there will  be  no necessity of borrowing $15,000, or  any part of it.    The same is true of both  In speaking of one of the changes  made in the ofiice of the mining recorder  at Nelson, the Economist says that it was  not unnatural for the niining recorder  (Mr. Tolmie) to look upon the usurpers  with contempt, because lie "was in a position to "realize the incapacity and crass  ignorance of the present'outfit.-, .What a  very,superior person Mr. Tolniie-niust.be,  to be sure ;'but if he has the good sense  that is claimed for him,' he Avill choke  the Economist editor until he promises to  .confine his editorial utterances to abuse  of "Joe" alartin.  Tim board   of trade of Vancouver, at  the  dictation  of the    Canadian  Pacific  a-jtilway^Jrasrdecided jo; renTaiii, Bei .J* raidh��  khkifglxt'. thkt. She ��" ppopld ~*o?^.fi_$fr-f *���  ".Crejek-jire maja-.ll>*,.iOyn .r.iilAY&y -cpjnp^firS  *t/i;p'nr.''��^ike"..act|*oii\*\\ull�� lbe.J*a_i(_]> 'by -'tlie.  *��oarfl'.:of triatlelBof? ^elfepp^'eVi-jhas n"ot;;af  .'Jdeai/'  'been'. &ritiilg1g4f?;i; *%T��iig1b fn^fiiV:  Vbers]"df the fepyrd, 'bf trade Of Nelson liaVe'(,  cTecided  to vote as neiitrals if the quiBSs  . tioii," pomes befOfib the o^tti'd to carry the"  day.    Yet these neutral members,, in private, sily that the Souudai-y Creek'Coiiii-  'tr^ShbAild^i-iVQ^'aiiAA-ay^coliiipeOTibTip  and1 the buildiug of the Kettle Klver. Valley railAVay Would help  Nelson, and hot  injure it; but they are too cowardly to  get up in |m open meeting of the board  of ti'ade and advocate publicly Avhat they  say  privately..     Had  Nelson's pioneers  u0f making many books  there is no end."  Neither is there any end to the variety  on sale lit  Thomson's  We 'have all the neAvest books by well-  known, authors. Our stock, of line correspondence.  For family trade we carry  a complete stock of Wines  and Liquors in wood, which  we bottle on our premises,  thus you are able to get the  best quality iri these lines  at a lower price than you  would have to pay for the  same goods if imported in  bottles.  New Hats  Grey Fedoras, Brown Fedoras, Fawn Fedoras Black  Fedoras iri wide brim, narrow brim, hig-h, low, and  medium in Fedora Hats. New styles in Brown and  Black Derbys.  JUST ARKTVED A CAR OF  SCHLITZ   MILWAUKEE    BEER.-  fit*1 ��*n  ls.i*��-��>  -S*  ���West Baker ,S|rcci.      Telephone" -is,  eiMiift  lillijf  %  Fred Irvine & Co.  VICTOEIA   BLOCK;  -B-A.-_<_:_B_R   STEBET,   -ST-ELSOltf.   B. C-     *".  B  M  coepoeatioit:of the city OF,:srELS03sr,v'  STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS AND DISBURSEMENTS FOR THREE MONTHS, ENDING MARCH 31, 1899  RECEIPTS n -      - '  .SO!)  January .'...  February ...  March    '   Tom's ....  Klcctric ]>i_th.  �� -IS:. 70  7SHI 37  SWi as  $i,S3u :.o  Dob'Tiix  S 10 00  '_0(i 00  ���ii oo  ?.:-8 oo  Sui>plics So'd  S'U 10  14 SO  ill 20  *.S71 80  Licences  ?3.!IS0 00  '    :U5 (Ml  097 50  SI.U!I_\50  JlisccHn neons  �� lilil-00  4(W ���>.-  .���LSI ol  SI,0(S 79  Police Court.  Finch  $111 7:.  Oil 50  SO 7.">  $2S(i 00  Heal Kstnlu  Taxes  Slli lis  11! :t7  ���20 55  ?l!l 57  liuriai  Permits  S 5 00  :*2 20  il GO  ?l(i 20  Water lintu��  f 1.5S8 3:.  * *.'.-{ SO  "     lilil 8S  S'-Mjh oi  Totals  -   9 0,188 5.*i  2, WO !��!)  J 2,290 (U  SI0,(!88 17  1899  _.J_lllup��ry���0..,���,.".  "-Kobruaiy. .*.  M&rfeli"..-......  ���Totals'  "Kiro"'^1  f)"ei>f.  a F-fpl/i  "iVlul". ���  .���SlSo.lfiO  .318 CO  ��� iliO'OC  m"$ ot'  ',fl_i.Bal '  .h'X-   i  T-eiiis'9?  jMifeel-  'Irtn'fc'usS:  U.olic'i_  __'(.-. ���  -Pl'bllll'.t;  "��J0 (.0  * 78,*t0  ��� 1,1)0  ?!;37 7!)  10 CO  |SiliS(J|S^t:'7g  Ij'-'44"'1S  ���>57 fi3  122 ..S  *31S._0  _Sl.,t2  ,|(i2^r4Sf^ji31 S72  "I'n'nt'g  ���   and'  gtni'!,j  Jli.clP'nncl  Giomjils  . r8i?5  .    8...0  r)iS-B*o"_RS_E_iy):-E__sr,-rs  ��� an-biis. i.  iSji'la'rit-.'  .Sewer ���  Con-  Jl.UCtjtll!  ���'S.iiM.'ef.  Uln iii-  tefriiiQt;  '���tljl 75  ���234' 42,  ���ft.-'i^Oi; jyj'j lr?|'>,l,l2-. 32  v- xsiM  " S 95  i\Mi, 97"l, S-Sni'-  ���.?.'.:! 73* c��  ���      4W"CU  >1,:J,C4 ,37  "8itie-  J.*��.1<S  (my$  ��� %23'58  '    "VS'C^  ���?i'S;vo.'  "Str'cefa  '"'"lSG-jb  EV&trib.  Ught  lAIainL.  Klcctric  I Liglib  *S.,77��'l.-  - -$*).._:  311,'72  g! IS I'Oi -?728 29  ;$2,7!I7 .8  ���4,0:.9.5_  Xjai'Xi  ;?8il41.22  "AViJitcrAVorkfi -,  -Miirnf.'qc  '$: (J55-25  ' 1^359-30  .   308-4(1  ;S2,3& 01  ^fcrife"'^_-<^_  d'lS'stji;  Mioj  i "1^I,"12  22(i'Sl  .?G25:"47_  jiiti;r.e,st,  S'nSf.I.2-7p.-  l:(i30��7S  l&$$0.��'fii  Totals.  ��*(��. fil^  id::!I,47G 71"'*  ""f;817jJ",()4f  ��<i��$Mrijis  ^-E-EjSjoSTv  B. .,��,.:,   JiLt&JEiyLI-, "8-   188S.V  Stationepy  Is a leading feature of our business. We  haA-e all the newest tints and shapes with  envelopes to match.    When inviting  Company,  Use our dainty invitation note. Do you  know we 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  is-  rin  and yoii will notice by  our window display tliat  we are keeping up iii  style, We always . aim  to give our customers  the.latest and best Our  goods are unequaled because they are the best  A> W.PmK,:��ity -Auditor  PHlSftili CULTURE 0DNDER!  IN AID W THE M-THQMaT CHURCH  Thursday, April 13,1899  PROGRAMME.  I'AKT 1  iDtiinb boll*..,,,   Club'swingiiiij���(J'lro)   Foi' All Kloririiy^Ma-chei'Oiie%  Barbells........ ��..    ��,,,...Uy the cl|iss    Mr. Mori-i.soii   Mrs. Melville Parry   By thceiai-s  H. B. !&(t!*��ft.  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Co.fii_op6Iit.lii Drill..  f��eleeted .����..���������   Oliib KWirigintt   Vocal HOleelibii   Tivbleaiix  >  VAKr M.   By tho class  ....... . Beryl iui.1 /.illith KmerHOu   ...Mi's. Brougham   ..,; .......VV. D. *<*ori_<h'   ���.,,.,.. ��.. Mr��i Parry  , ...>., ,.,. Ciinndit  Nelson  STEINWAY  The   Standard  of the World.  Piano  NORDHEIMER  The Artistic Piano of  Canada.  ART AND MUSIC CO., Kelson, Agents.  Lillie Bros.  Aberdeen Blocl^, Baker Street.  Spring Millinery  INSPECTION OF STOCK INVITED  Mrs.   E.   McLaughlin  JOSEPHINE STREET, NELSON  Crow's Nest Pass Coal Co.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  ALL ORDERS  Mrs. Parry, Mre. Brougham, Beryl inid Zillah Kinerson.  I'iiysiGAi,.  Miss Vales, Miss Lillio, Miss Ilnrvoy, Miss Sullivan,  Mi��s Hogg, MisS J-ilwf, Miss Gillies, Miss Maltby, Miss  Mbbs, Miss McMillan, Miss Hatch, Miss Jani6.<on, Miss  McLean. Miss Col well. Miss Barry, Miss Simp .on,, Miss  Manhardt. Miss Kowon; Miss Taylor.  Orchestra under the leadership of Herr Steiner.  BON TON BESTAUMNT.  OPEN DAY AND NIGHT  Wagon repairing promptly attocded to by a first'olaSS  AvlieehVright. .  Special atlehtiorS given to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  DF?AYINO and  SHOP:   t|all Street, between Baker and Vornon, Kelson  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.    Short orders  at  all   hours.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beep,  Ale and Porter  003ST3STE3 GTIONS  AND ALL OTHER PLUMBING  DONl- BY  Opera House Block* Nelson.  EXPRESS and DRAYING  Bus meets all trains and boats.  Special attentipn given the transfer of ba^g-atg-e. Office and stables  on Vernon street, opposite The  Tribune office.    Telephone No. 35.  QENEFfAL TEAMSTERS '  AGENTS FOR  The Imperial Oil Co.   Standard Oil Co.  Washirigion Brick at|d Lirrte Co.  The H. W, ArjcNiell Co., Ltd., Canadian A^tfira-  ciie Coal (Hard)  Dealers in.  STOVE WOOD  Having purchased the express and draying  business of J. XV. Cowan, we arij prepared  to do all kinds of work in this line, and solicit tho patronage of the people of Nelson.  Orders left at D. McArthur & Co's store,  northwest cornor Baker and Ward streets,  will receive prompt attention.   Telephone 85  Charles   St.   Barbe,   Agent, j ,,r7euV2_V>T.Xade.     Brewery at Kelson.  GOMER DAVIS & Co.  Nelson Iron Works  MANUFACTURERS OV '  ENGINES, BOILERS, SHAFTING, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OF EVERT DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.   ,   P.O. Box 173.  Tenders Wanted for Beai Estate  Tenders will be received by the undersigned unttl 12  o'clock noon on Saturday, April loth, 18!).., for the purchase of the following described real eatate:  LOT 24 BLOCK 60  and improvements thereon, situate at the northeast cornor of Hall and Lake streets, Nelson. Terms cash. The  highest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  A. J. MARKS.  Administrator estato of Charles Van Ness, deceased.  Nelson, April 3rd. 1899.  Application for Liquor License.  Notice is hereby given that I, tho undersigned, Austin  H. Clements, intend at the first sitting of tho board of  licensing commissioners of the City of Nolson, to be.held  thirty (30) days after the publication of this notico, to apply for a retail liquor saloon license for tho premises  known as the comer store of tho Odd Fellows building,  on lot number one (1) in block (12), being situated on the .  southeast corner of Baker and Kootenay streets in the  West ward of the said City of Nelson.  AUSTIN H. CLEMENTS.  Dated this 15th day of March, A.D. 1899. THE TMBUtfE. NELSON, B.C, THURSDAY, APRIL 13, 1899.
all paid
up.     -
Hon. GKO. A. DRUMIVIOND Vice-President
K   S. CLOUSTON. General Manager
_isr*HiX-SO_(sr -B-R^A.-tsra-.a:
CJ. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.
     BRANCHKB FN    	
and in tho principal cities in Canada.
Is now prepared to issue Drafts and Letters
of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlir*, B. C, and
Dawson City, Yu^on, District.
Buy and soil Sterling Exchange and Cable Transfers
available in any part of the world.
H. G. McCulloch of Nelson, broker, versus Krimk Fullmer of Brooklyn aiid O. J. Boucher mid
O. Boucher of Trail, B. C.
'...Mr. Justice Martin Torwjtriled judgment
in this, action to the registrar 'at Nelson,
who received tlie -same yesterday.'
The facts are that the plaintiff sued for
if>7,5()0 commission for effecting the sale
of the Beatrice group in the Lardeau
to Messrs. Beers ■Brothers at $150,000.■
lb appeared by the evidence that on the
2d day of July the plaintiff- prepared, an
agreement betAveen himself and the defendants agreeing to negotiate ■." a sale "
of tlie abo\e-nanied group, and as a re-
niuneration for his services in that particular he Avas to receive five percent
commission on the purchase price, to be
•■'•paid .out'of the purchase money as the
same was paid by the purchaser. McCulloch secured a bond from George F.
Beer on the 4th day oi July last for
$150,000, upon -which'-the first payment
A\*as to be made on the 1st day of'September last, but Avhen that time arrived
the bond was not taken up anil avus al-
loAved to lapse; a new sale Avas effected
by the defendants to George F. Beer and
his brother, \V. W. Beer, for the original
Beatrice group and an additional three-
. (juai'Lers interest in the adjoining claim,
Florence, for the sum of $7:5,000, upon
a, bond.,-1 and- collateral -to thel said
' bond is an agi'ceniont'.of lease', alloAving
\ the said-Beer. Brothers lo Avork.the claim
■'- and entirely disregard.the bond; at-.lheir
option. , :    .   ■    r ]    .'.     -.-.'.
-. The' ))laintiff  relied, upon* tlie, custoni
governing commissions in such cases, also,
contended as he. was directiy or indirectly
5.B..    „ *..««.■%,.Ii-?.-:^;*.,m.-   .*•■#-.'•.■  "■     •-■■-        -■■-" -
mentand writing prescriptions. He had
eaten his supper at 11 o'clock, made a last
call on a man Avith the grip, and had
turned into bed, dog tired.
ItAvaslong after midnight when the
telephone bell rang. The doctor Avas
sunk in a deep sleep. Again the bell
rang out sharply and impatiently and
continued to ring, but the doctor did not
hear it. At the other end of the hall a
pale student pored over his book. He
was studying law. The bell disturbed
him, and he at length decided to answer
it and stop tlie ringing. He took down
the receiver and shouted "Hello !"
"Is that you doctor?" asked an anxious
"Yes, what do you want?" replied the
student, /who knew, the''doctor Avas tired
and did not A\ish to wake him unless the
case was serious.
' "This is Potts, doctor, H. J. Potts. My
wife wanted me. to call you up to tell you
that the baby wouldn't play with his
blocks tonight and seemed kind of heavy
and dull, What do you suppose is the
matter, doctor? My Avife is'very uneasy.
"Hum," said the student, trying to
think of something to say. "Is the baby
feverish?"    .■■'••
"No, 1 don't think he is," replied the
voice.    "But he sneezed once tonight."
"Ah," said the bogus doctor, "that's a
good sign. If he sneezes and is not feverish he is all right. You might give him
a  little water if he wakes up and cries ;
Charles A. Waterman & Ctf.
if he gets too AA'arm take some of the
covers off."
"All right, doctor. Much obliged.
Sorry to have had to disturb you, but my
AA'ife "wouldn't go to sleep until I called
you up.    Good night."
"Ah," thought the pale student, "that
is $2 for the doctor. Wish 1 could earn
it as easily."
When he told the doctor about his deception the next day he was thanked,
and Mr. Pott's bill was swelled by $2.
one-half of which Avent to the pale
"It's their first baby," explained the
doctor, "and they're tickled <to death to
pay any price for it. I couldn't have
given Potts any better advice myself.
You can save money
by purchasing your
lurtiber frorr] me
-   J j   Baker Street, Nelson   y-.1
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,""iilgi^e%i.!i°en:tJ'-"r&° .feiiim'Ssjoli,"'" pr'eparecr bf
y^upipclfapd.ihatjiij^dxn.pt eyideiic^-pi]:,
, j.fhat'pla'iijftsilij}b\$epv«e£Mus$hilvehPenM\e
; cans,e.pa;iisai\s'm."xhosee.tm,cl:sa.k\, \vhOj 1 a§ it
°"'ijikiier"(i)f(ihjci iind"lit nybst he ■Av^.g-'oli'lj'*.:
the"per'.On avIio had j)ltr5diiced, iji coli-
- "he^ciiph; AV'^thfoianei''■-legoJJ.il.utioi'.g. the defendants to one of the BtSeiv., aiid  cotild
■ikMS be said to be.even" the t?aiisa prOxiVuo
* Of tlie Second "sa:l6, orbo'iid. orlea^; thii'cl
that the edi 1 pi_ission jugge^meht^ ye_qiiij_e__L
alid, that a bond does not .inioiint to a
gale, and the plaintiff' had notfts a conser
quence perforiUed his agreelnent to an
extent 5*ufficieut to entitle hiiii to sue-
The learned judge gives oidy uu extract
of .^hat his judgment avIII be if a full
written judgnieiit is required, abd the
jTidginent a«'given to date is as follows:
"In this .natter I ha\"e conic to the conclusion that judgiHent must be given for
the defendants, principally on the short
ground raised by the defendant's first
objectioiij tliat the plaintifl' has not hJiOavm
that he effeCte.1 a. 'sale/ as ineutibiied in
the memorandum of agreementof the 2nd
day of July, 1808 ;. .nolieof thef.ldcu'rti"6\its
sjifeea;.eutly di'ii'H'n np amount to "a
sale,' or ca'cu approached near enough
thereto for me to be justified in finding
that the plaintiff 'substantially found a
purchaser,' so as to bring the case Avithin
Kimer vs linoAvles (1874) 80 L.T.N.S., 400,
Avhere a leasefor nine hundred and ninety-
nine'years A\-as considered as satisfying
that requirement. The plaintiff's case is
a much weaker- one than that, particularly in view of the last clause of the agreement of the 4th day of July, 1808, the
effect of AA'hich is, that the agreement
'did not bind' (the so called purchaser) 'to
anything' Avhieh it must do as mentioned
by Mr. justice Osier in Culvei-Avell vs
Birney (1887) 14 App. Rpts.' 278 ; see also
the requirements of a sale as set out in
McKenzie vs Champion (1884) 12 S.C. 055
—050 and WO."
-. . Judgment aa-III thei'efore go for the
defendants Avith costs. W. A. Galliher
and P. B. Wilson for the plaintiffs. S. S.
Taylor, Q.O., for the defendants.
First Baby in the Family.
The doctor had come in late from a
hard day's work, drndng from place to
place, feeling pulses,  giA'ing encourage-
Two lots niHl'flioJi.seftwithMoui'-Ooiiii'OO'i'S.on Silica"". .^„
■ "stiioot;, betVdui .Joscpliiiibanil-Hallutrgobj." Tcrnis,".„ .;i,
■ *
T]]o„„B-'i(,i§lr*C6^t^Ill^)il^„Lo'il^!l™al!(clu■ Savings 'Conipa*nj*
»w,]io;giy-! Ilienibsf'VisttsohiiblQ .terms tp;b°oiTQwers;»allbv»5:r
iiig,principal tobouaidpiratijaiiy'ti.i.e^vitlioutchai-giiiK'
°    1 Hrii,-,n_ *n     -_J        "if1"      "^.moo^    .   Aj.     »n   * /    ii Up        □"□'-'_ p"       Up" fp    I
any bonus." °      '     "*      _     *'   ^ ^ yt   °,•».„.„■..    »
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Contractors and Builders
L   "-   .'   ,."-,   ' - """. AT   -      - - ■
A" large stock of first-class dry material oii hand, also
afiill line of sash; door.;, mouldings.-.turned work, etc.
IT ■Mp(BfTiM^.
wo: Send ^KASTyY'&R "cf.oTnks". •"
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T-Hooiii.lioifsc oujGarboiiiiteWtrce.fc".",..".°f$oOd"
o-ltobnirhfiir.aolon Millsst'ree.?.,"..». .".,i_«.;.:- lilOO*
,2"16t.iufai5nC-'arboifatciSitreet.; ... .-t,..."..    SflO;
%\6\.fi' oil Hall'Street.,......'...., ..,,«,*.......   '500*
"foji "mss%
■•7"Rbom house aiid a 3-ro6m, hbiisei on Car-
bonate |f,reet.
■ to,
O-llco in Aberdeen block. Baker St., Nelson"
F^mETNsLTRANeE, real e$tate
Turiidi' & UOtckh blocks Nelson, lit O.
-Vloney to loan for building purposes.
Mining shares for sale.
Dundee, Mbiiarch, tltica,. Fairtiiont; also Be=
public arid Camp MoEinney stboks.
Investment of a few hundred dollars may
make you thousands. •   ■:<?*•'.
Lots for sale in all parts of the elty.
Houses to rent.
A Business Chance
The undersigned will sell the following real! estate
and personal property at a bargain:
Nine-room house and ten lots set out in orchard
Pour-room cottage a,nd five lots.
Two lots and improvements.
Fifty-two head of cows.
Fifty milk cans.
Two horses.
Wagons, sleighs, harness, and  everything in
connection with Hurry's milk ranch.
'Wewis.i'JoiWorm ilie'genVienien"^
oiJen,i)j:l up^'a.strictly^firsi-class/taiibrifig" establishment."
in live" £tbVo formci'ly nOc$ipicd;«by„„ J?mpry' 'Sii5\.alley."
. Our ijtocfe co'iiiprfffes;iUl .the-liitpslJjpati'euns'in./fiiipprted^
iweei-s and worsTcds; £a.nii&^for; _lie;nioJah"-*o/VApril" \\p
will usell at.greatly recfiiccd prices in' o/dertp iiitrodtfcc-
our siiporlor style Sntl wbrkiiianS'liii).  No lib no pay, and
satisfuctipu", guanin teecl.
i M^I^&aiLA^fi-
if you want a (lobby Suit
REAL ESTATE AGENTS, West Baker St., Nelson
dSECCirkn wm buy 24 horses. 12 wagons, 2
q)(JUW wagonettes, I buggy, 10 sets of
sleighs, and a complete outfit of harness, saddles, blankets, etc., and a going business of
$30,000 a year.   Terms.
<JjQB»-^rt Will buy two lots and Improve-
%p&*jysyj ments on north, side of Vernon
street, between Ward and Josephine streets.
<-2__LEinfS Will buy 30 by 120 feet on the
tpft-iW south side of Baker street, between fc taniey and Kootenay streets.   Cash.
«&-_ r_ nnn wni buy50 by I2° feet on th^
ifHKJ'l\JVs\s  northeast corner of Baker and
Josephine streets.  Cash.   JOHN HOUSTON,
P. O. Box 57 Vernon street. Nelson
It yon want a nobby suit or a stylish pair
of pants for spring wear call at rooms o and
!) Clements block. I will show you some
nice cloth and samples, and will send samo
to your office or room where your measure
can bo taken. Will fit you as you were
never fitted before.
Stevens, Tf]e Tailor
Fruit and Ornamental Trees
Bulbs, Roses, Hollies, Rhododendrons,
iFaney Evergreens, etc. Thousands are
grOAving on my own grounds. Most
complete stock in the province.. Bees
and bee supplies, agricultural imple-.
ments, spray pumps, and cut flowers.
New catalogue now ready.
im:.. an sciEnsnEry
(KM AVestminslcr Road, Vancouver, B. C..
If you need a
Call at our Store and we "will do the rest."
0^i?ts' p-jr^isl^i^s
Neglige Shirts  in Ceylon Flannel, Silft Stripes,  English
Oxfords, and Fancy Ginghams, from 65c to $1.25 each.
White Shirts
Canada Drug and Book Co.,
Corner.Baker and Stanley Streets. Nelson.
Comfortable fitting*, short
bossoms, extra value, running* from 65c to $1.25.
All kinds of sanitary fittings, agricultural drain tile,
flower pots, terra cotta, chimney pipe and fine lining-,
chimney tops, fire brick, firo clay, all kinds of fire clay
goods, assayers' furnaces etc., made to order.
Ornamental   Cardan  Border Tiles,  Vases,   Etc.
Cement, plaster of paris, lime, and all kind _ of
ornamental plaster work.
The Tremont Hotel
Headquarters for Miners and Prospectors
Men's Balbriggans at 90c per suit.
Men's Balbrigg-ans at $1.50 per suit.
Men's Merino at $1.50 per suit.
Men's Natural Wool Cashmere, plated at $2 per suit,
worth more money.
Men's Natural Wool at $2.50, $3 and $3.25 per suit,
special values.
Martin O'Reilly & Co.
Bank of B. C. building, West Baker street, Nelson, B. C.
P. Burns c£ Co.
Meat Merchants
Wholesale Markets at /falson, Rossland, Sandon and Greenwood.}
^Piiejof^^ pop-
, ] „"?">""?" " rlfAKERVSTIJEEf:" _>TELSON.
Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kaslo,  New Denver, Sandon, Silverton, Cascade
City,  Grand Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and Sirdar.
Head Office, Nelson, B.C.
West Kootenay Butcher Co
^f    Wj^ RETAIL"        ~
Miai€'dhwith M6,tJ*A i r and
. Ligpted: DyfEleGjricity
'•  Large o"cpnifor_ab.fe* ,})Q-jj-poms' 'riSjI   ArsL-cIasK  dining
room.   Sit-iipfc rooiiiH.for poniiiiercial jnen.
Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary,
Baker Street, Nelson   E. C. TRAVES, Manager
James McPhee I electrician
Will contract to supply and install any kind of electrical. rnachinerys
pleHtriu burglilr alarms, elcdirie ajmuiiciu'toj-i.. !
Tho fliiCHt hotel in tho interior-.
Large sample rooms.   Steam heat iind eleetrie light.
The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one
management Since 1890.
The  bed-roomg  are  well furnished  and   lighted by
The dining-room is not second to any in Kootenay.
The bar is always stocked by the best domestic and
imported liquors and cigars.
THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.
Two and a half miles up the Outlet from Nelson.
CDtfPTAT'PTtfQt     sPri"S Chickens, Fresh, Cream,
OiMuAIjIIJC/O.     Pure Milk, Fresh-laid Eggs.
All of which are from the ranch belonging to the hotel
A pleasant place to spend afternoons, evenings and
enjoy delicacies that cannot be obtained in hotels or
restaurants at Nelson. Good stabling. Open day and
night.   Can be reached by. cither rOaa or water.
Large and well lighted Heated by hot air
Reasonable rates Sample rooms
Electric bells and light in every room
Renovated and refurnished throughout
J. V. PERKS, Proprietor     .
Free bus meets all trains Doi/Alcf-nlfA    R  fi
Hourly street car to station neVBIblORB,  O, It.
^Vin=fOiilr^tl^to^imtnllrf\tXhilSfriT^f^Cem^in towns an
cities.   Full" Stock pi wirc^and (Ix.tiircsVon hand?
WRITE FOR PRICES.    Office and Storeroom:   Josephiiie^ '
All communications relating to British Columbia business to be addressed [to,° P. P.; Dr.T»*.er
a_*~        "" ---—- 505, Nelson, British Columbia      '"    ~°"    "^   ~*^
RODErtiCK ROBERTSON, General Manager v
S FOWLER, E.M., Mining Engineer '
Situate on the Crow's
ber of any description
district of Kootenay.
Tenders Solicited
Nest Railway is prepared to  deliver lum-
in  any quantity at any  place  within the
G.  A.  BIGELOW,  Manager
Nelson  Planing  Mills
Office and Mills Corner Hall and Front Streets, Nelson y  UNE: NELSON, B. 0., THURSDAY, APRIL la, 1890.-  Spring Medicines  and Blood Purifiers  WE HAVE  A   LARGE   STOCK OF THE FOLLOWING  WELL KNOWN AND EXCELLENT REMEDIES:  Lyman's Beef Iron and Wine     Paine's Celery Compound  Spring's Sarsaparilla     Hood's Sarsaparilla  gyre's Sarsaparilla  Kennedy's IV|edical Discovery   Pierce's IVjedical Discovery  AND ALL THK OT1IKR LKADIXG*  I'RKI'AUATIONS =  THESE   GOODS   ARE   ALL   FRESH,   HAVING   JUST  ARRIVED  DIRECT FROM THE  MANUFACTURES  W. F. TEETZEL & CO,  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS, NELSON  Neck Dressings  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  Are  His  the most important part of man's spring "get up."  whole attire depends upon beauty and quality of his  NECKWEAR  Our line of Puff Knots, Four-in-  Hand and Bows, elicited a full measure  of praise from all who have seen them.  The designs are remarkably beautiful,  rich, and so varied that no man is  likely to meet his duplicate.  Fine Shirts, white and colored, and  all   other  fixings  at   moderate   prices at  J. A. GILKER  THE UP-TO-DATE  FURNISHER, NELSON  GOING FA^rflNLi#l6ii(EEK MORE  "Clint" Campbell of Sirdar has been in  Nelson I'or several days. He reports that  that terminus of the Crow's Nest Pass  railway Avas quite lively for a time, and  now business has settled down to a.steady  gait. Sirdar is three miles from Kootenay Landing*, and the railway yards are  at the place.  F. B. Morse and B. J. Royal have  opened up a grocery store in the West  block, at the corner of Baker and Hall  streets.  .lames Callayhan, general representative of the Heint/.inau Piano Company of  Toronto, of whieh the Canada Drug; ��fc  Hook Company are the Nelson agents, is  in Nelson iu the interests of his linn.  .J. C. Dillon, secretary of the Nelson  lacrosse club, received a letter today from  C. F. Nelson, secretary of the New Denver celebration committee, stating that a  prize of $100 will be given for the lacrosse  competition for the championship of  Kootenay, the game to be played at New  Denver on jMay 21th.. The letter further  states that New Denver has the only  lacrosse grounds on Slocan lake. The  probabilities are that the Nelson lacrosse  club will accept the invitation.  WANTED.      ' "  WANTED���Twelve boys at $.'1 a week. Apply today to  Kootenay Cigar Manufacturing Company.  WANTED���Tliroe  good  boys  to  sell  Tho Tribune.  Must be able to get around by (i o'clock in the  morning.   WANTED���A first-class man lo work rn ladies'waists  and jackets.    Stevens,  Tailor,  Rooms 5 and 9,  Clements Block.   FOE   SALE.  FOR SALE���Lots 5, G and 7 block IS, Nelson, with dwelling  house.     Price  ��1000.   No  agents.     Box  572,  Nelson.   A  DRAYING  business,  well  established,  3 rigs,  5  horses, stable and complete outfit.   Apply \V. A.  C'ostello, Nelson, B. C. ._  LOST.  LOST���Locket; oval shaped, with Masonic emblem on  one side and monogram on other.   Howard.   Leave  at Hotel Ilume.  TENDERS   WANTED  FOR   REAL   ESTATE.  MINING   BECOBDS.  NKLSON ailNIXG DIVISION���KKL'OKD OFFICE  AT  NELSON.  Wednesday, April 12th.���Locations���Snow Shoe, situate ou north side of Sheep creek, adjoining Equalizer;  John A. lieiiKO", locator. Homestake. situate on Sheep  creek, one mi'e north of Yellowstone; John Benson  locator. Snowball, situate on Wolf creek, twelve miles  southeast of Salmo, John P. Bell locator, l.ibby, situate  oa south fork of Porcupine creek, on north slope of Big  Morse mountain ; J. M. Gill. W. T. Edgar and Joe Hour-  gosne. locators. Home Si rcak, situate on Toad mountain, one and one half miles north of Hall Siding*. A.  Morin, locator. Golden Gate, situate west, of Hear  crock, north of the Columbia & Kootenay, railway;  Kenneth I >. Md'ae and Jesse Graham, locators.  Transfers���An undivided one-third inte-cst in the  White Star, situa c on the north side of Porcupine  er elc; John Dean, administrator of the estate of K.  Collingsworth to John 'J'. Price and Andrew Hurgess;  consideration. SJ50. Ajax, Gold Drop, Lookout Fraction,  sitiir.tcon Wild Horse creek; I'ichard Green to Alexander Stewart; consideration, ��1.  SLOCAN    .MINING    DIVISION���UIX'OHI)   OPI'ICI''    AT    NEW  DENVKH.  Thursday. April (i.���Transfers���The whole of the Freddie l.ee Fraction ; W. Gurner, Jr., of New York, to A. W.  McCune of Salt Lake City; oon.-idcration, $5UUI*. The  whole of the Little Joint, adjoining the Freddio Lee  Fraction; Charles (J. C'rillilh of Spokane toA. \V. Me-  Cniii) of Sai, Lake City; consideration, ��50IHl.  .Friday. April 7.���One-half interest in the Big Timber,  adjoining tlio Maid of Krin, on Payne mountain: F.  Steele of Alaoleod to W. li. Steoloof Winnipeg; consider  ation, SL The whole of the Palmitta, adjoining the  Queen Buss group: E. 1{. U. Clarkson of Toronto to A.  Robinson of Loudon; consideration, SI.  Saturday, April 8.���Powt r of attorney revoked, of  Jackson Radclill to Charles jMcNioholl, regarding Ihe  Noonday and Curly claims, on the Galena Farm.  Thursday, April (".���Assessments���Mohawk, by J. S.  McKnrliiiul; Queen Fraction, Old Dominion aud Mentor,  by W. D. McKay; Victtor, for live years; Lone Bachelor  for live years, by George A. Petty.  Friday, April 7.���Lois, for two years, by James Black.  Saturday, April 8.���Superior, by Charles Gardner.  Friday, April 7.���Certilicatc of improvements���Baltimore Fraction, Condor, Sultana, Iron Mask and Iron  Mask Fraction, on Four Mile creek, to Northwest Mining  Syndicate, C. S. Rasbdall and E, Pittol* New Denver and  K. Stewart of Silverton.  Saturday, April 8.���Location���Vulture Fraction, on  south fork of Carpenter creek, H miles above Cody, by  0. W. Rafuse.  NOTICE   OF   MEETING.  A MEETING of the retail merchants of Nelson will be  ���n- held in the Board of Trade rooms, on Monday evening, April 17lh, to discuss tlie early closing question and  other business of importance. BY ORDF.ll.  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  -     '**     nB<b"fl,nn      "S    �� " ���JS��       0"  ��n  -(H      nn*    ^   f-*V n   Jjl? B  ��W %.    ^ fl   m*   ��S'9 **fl ,  25 per CenfeReductiorr^Sale^  for rare; bargmns^  ; Jewelry, WatghejgG^^  Sewing; MaeMnpsJ^d  1 -        -       1 - D[>WiI1��Q]n^1 D    'S'lWj'^1       &P> iftL    "if nP r0A P��   D D ^ff1 ^i "    "jflnP    " fl    ~q7    ^  JACOB; DOVER, The  Jeweler  Tenders will be received by. the undersigned until 12  o'clock noon on "Monday,-May 1st. 1S9II, for the purchase  of the following described real estate situate in  Nelson :  Lots 7 and S Block 10 and improvements (the Silver  King Hotel), together with furniture and fixtures in the  building! ',,".,  Terms cash. The highest or any tender not necessarily  accepted. CAUOLINK TI1KL1N,  Administratrix estate John Johnson, deceased.  Nelson. 11. C, April 10th. lSU'J.   TENDERS   WANTED  FOR   REAL  ESTATE  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, Gaps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron,  Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  1  &r~  .Contractors  and Others  -'Ponders will be received by the undorsigned- untiM2  o'clock noon on Saturday, April 22nd, ISM', tor .tho pur  chase of the- following described real, estato-situate in  -  Twcntv-two iind a-half feet of Lots 2 and 3 UloikT,  with improvements', now renting for ?'iu per ".until. -       :  Lot ���! Block (I, wliich is ground leased forg.'iO permonth.-  Thc lease has one vear'lo, run, and Ihe lessee haslhc  otilion-of renewal for two years-at-a monthly rental of  "10. ::   V ----'. "       : *    .. . -.  Terms cash.**. The highest or any tender not nrcessanly  accepted.        **' ,    = .   -A". .VMAltlvS    ��� ,  .  Amuinisfralorulostatc,Uharle.snyiin Ness, deceased,   n.  ^Ne^oi&x^'i stii^is-iiii.. ,;tS"t'-yyyy-.p-.fl. -. 'y^y  Who use picks, shovels, etc.,  should not fail to look at our line  of goods, wliich for qualities.and  material cannot be beat.        \ :   ,;.  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  Tr|E 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  You will find ifc to your advantage to consult us  before placing your orders  iVancouvep Hardware {Jo^-JS  Importers, of Shelf and'Heavy Hardware.  ^Sfs ptf Fanaf ^  Iferafidahs and Widows  gllQPRIETQR       Biikd^St. opposite postofllec. Nelson  EVIRYTHIKC^INi THEsSHOE-trNE  J. J.H        ��   1   "n-- U     V    fl        "n .f na"      n      n     U*D��n 4l    o n^na %^  onum  20 AND 28 WKST 6A,K3��ft ST'RKRT. NKLS6Kt  t  W^&^ST^    &Mj&XJ$t'<,   ^EED,   ETC,  Pfl   �� . . ^  - -  ��� Writ^ofor quoUitionspn-cnEdlotH. USTjELSOHST.   B- O-  rocery  Tirismithing arid Plurnbirig a Specialty  Estirriates Cheerfully,, Furnisl]ed  f. V. 'b'hk df�� ��*"d'��. ^fiiK^tbtpa^ry'Va, :d?6]$$: -Jih^^J  ^^$;4:1j?i^ ;   '.���   - f".v.->.,-?  f."/v:,'^eX"*dpn'l-cid\f,ei:fi;|g  ]&ulA5ifr"iiidtto"is   r'-FulI: Weifeltl;"5iicf- .  .":��po'dHQopd;s,'!" "   ".,   ""_'���        '. ������ - "���*���"'.'���';   ;  A sKijin^iYt p*f  fii^I-GlaSS  apfpfes Jtist=���.||  aufivfed1.  ARE NOT EASTERN IMITATIONS  BUT ARE MADH BY  THE KOOTENAY CffiAB MANUFACTURING COMPANY  Your House Needs Refurnishing  D. McArthur & Co.  Can supply you with all kinds of  Fine Furniture, Carpets aqd Linoleum  AT REASONABLE PRICES  Cor"erof "^TFcT* UNDERTAKING IN CONNECTION  This space is reserved for the advertisement of  the East End Grocery Store, in the West block,  corner of Baker and Hall streets. Watch fbr advertisement tomorrow.  F. B. MORSE,  B. J. ROYAL.  Telephone 10.   P. O^ Box K & W.      Bake**? street West, Nelson  Another Shipment of Fancy  Builders and contractors can now secure  the best lime on the market at  70 Cents per 100 Lbs  CALL   AND   INSPECT  ESTABLISHED   1879.  Twenty years old and still growing.  parson produce Qo.  WHOLESALE  PROVISION  MERCHANTS  COLD STORAGE WAREHOUSEMEN  AND JOBBERS OF GREEN FRUITS  13ST C Xj T7 0D.13Sf G-  Vaii Gamps' Macaroni and Cheese,  Pork and Beans and Sweet Potatoes  Just added another brand of tea to our already large assort-   a  ment.   It is impossible to buy tea from us and be diss^tisfieli.  We carry the choicest brands only.  3-Star Flotip is Selling1 Fast  The West l^ootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  liakov Streot.        T. Q-. PROCTGB, Manager  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS, DAY OR NIRHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY1  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED-  *E$.     ���EIXTRR'Sr,      -PEOPEIBTOE  HEAD OFFICE, WINNIPEG  J. A. ROGERS, General Manager  Manager for Western British Columbia,  JOHN PARSONS, Vancouver  Manager for Yukon District,  OHAS. MILNE, Dawson  Manager for Southern British Columbia,  P. J. RUSSE5LL. Nelson  ABERDEEN BLOCK  NELSON, B. C.  I. DesBrisay & Go.  The Best on the Market  Just received a carload of the Lake of the Woods Milling Company's  celebrated Hungarian brands.of Flour, which will be sold at the same  pi'ice as the  inferior  grades on the market.    Try it and   be  convinced.  B*R^-3SrCECES  VANCOUVEU-A, F. Ralph, Manager.  DAWSON CITY���A. G. Cunninghaii,' Manager.  ATLIN CITY���J. A. Fraser, Manager.  NELSON���P. J. Russell, Manager.  Stocks carried at Victoria, Rossland, Cranbrook, Greenwood and Revelstoke.  The largest handlers of Butter and Eggs in  the Canadian Northwest.  Family orders a specialty and free daily delivery  Mail and telephone orders promptly attended to  Baker Street West, opposite Oddfellows' Block  john a. mvrne & co.  Have just rccoived a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FBED J. SQUIBB, Baker St. Nelson  The supply is limited, so call early and examine this stock.  SPECIAL ATTEMIOI  51  A$s ���*,*������:�� *  j~ 'A^jrf-J&tsawa*  H^-:riffi*r*r-;!T


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