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 NEWS BUDGET FROM DAWSON  THE   TELEGRAPH   BUILDERS.  Associated Press.  Victoria, May 2.���H. A. Miinn, of the  Victoria-Yukon Trading Company, who  lias just returned from Lake Bennett,  tells of great progress being made by the  telegraph builders. He says the telegraph construction party sent out by the  Dominion government under J. B. Charle-  sou, have lost no time in getting to work  on tlie line tq Dawson. The poles are  already put down a.s far as White Horse,  and the wire will A'ery soon be strung to  Cariboo Crossing. Two camps are operating now, one from Benettand one from  Bennett and one from Cariboo Crossing,  but so soon as the lake and rivers open,  the construction corps will be divided into three parties, the men living on camp  scows, dropping down the river and thus  keeping abreast of the work. Mr. Charle-  son is determined to have a message from  Dawson before the close of the season of  1899, and although he has set no small  task for himself he will do it if anyone  can.  "Besides constructing the telegraph  line Mi'. Charleston is directing the work  of improving navigation betAveen Bennett  and Dawson. The first, improvement is  being made at Six-mile river, after:which  the force .will go on down to White Horse  and Thirty-mile river and eventually to  Five Fingers and Rink Rapids. The engineer iu charge is Air. Tache, who for almost thirty years lias been in the service  of the public works department."  There is trouble in Dawson City between the Nugget newspaper, and United  States consul McCook. The consul has  brought two suits for'libel against the  paper, one for $5000 for ridiculing him,  and the other for $20,000 for cartooning  him. The Nugget on April 12th printed  Avith great detail a story of the consul  disgracing himself and his office during a  public dance, and this story is the basis  of the suits,  Ferdinand Anderson, Avho 10 or 11  months ago became insane Avhile working  on Quartz Creek, Yukon, aud tried to  commit suicide by shooting, died at the  police barracks on April 12th.  Confirmation has been received ofthe  report that the "justices -at DaAvsonare  imprisoning for- debt, under the old  English Masters and Servants act, and of  late an imprisonment at hard labor in  the case of default, has been attached to  judgments.  CROWS   NEST   COAL    SATISFACTORY.  WEDNESDAY MORNING, MAY  o  o.  ISO!).  FRATERNITY  HALL   DEDICATED  SIX   TIMES   OVER.  PUBLISHED AT; NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR;   WEEKLY,  $2.  ���        * - Special to The Tribune.  - Victoria, May' 2.���A private letter  received here today contains the iicavs of  the gratifying success of Crow's Nest coal  iu the test uoav being made of the coal by  the British navy on the Imperiuse.     The  - letter, dated on board, at'Acapyleo, April  /14th, says : "On April 5th our ship carried  out the full speed trial for twenty-four  hours, that".is steaming as'fast as she  could hi order to try thceifect of the new  coal taken on board at Esquhnalt, aud  known as CroAv's Nest coal. The result  ,Avas highly satisfactory, and we Avere able  - ��t5 - stieajii V^over . eighteen{i'niies "au. hour  ,\uutil*3lpxt ,duy, Vwheli ^yp eased' .down "and  " redfieesd'speed tb XAveJve. imiles as before.''  'S��   "       "' ��HsJ$'^TlijeX'ribii''ie.  o ^mTOiilA-jrMay.a.^ThSre  axe"no  nqw  ifle^eiftpi4e,ufeii^ clts!s  VAvhifelfc"tf\e"ffmembers "Of 'the" opposition  think shOiflXl iuccpinpaiiy the seizure of  l&et\9inah's jshiiicl' by tlfe provincial gOA?-  erniiient.; Today the Colonist tried to  inttorvieAV attpirney-gpnei'al Martin on the  jjvib:iectJxvit_AVithOut nmchsuc^ess./Wiieu  era! federal elections, which legislation  Avhen adoped by fche provinces to be un-  repealable for a period of time long  enough to ensure a fair test of its effectiveness. A circular issued by the alliance says that Quebec, as part of fche  Dominion, ought .to loyally accept the  decision of a majority of all the voting  electors, but we have to deal with the  fact that parliament could nob be induced  to enact a, law of national prohibition.  The pro] o ed votes will not be, .-ays the  circular, mere expressions of opinion, but  actual lawmaking action, bringing prohibition into force by a majority vote in  each province.  Napanee Bank Robbers Break Jail.  Associated Press.  Napanee, Ontario, May 2.���Pare and  Holden, the Napanee bank robbers, escaped from goal here last night. The job  was evidently done by Pare. By means  bf a skeleton key he unlocked the door of  his cell, and then going upstairs to the  corridor Avhere his chum Avas confined he  opened the door of the hitter's cell, and  the two then proceeded to the door leading to the goal yard. The lock of this  door he eAridently could not pick, as he  pried it open Avith a piece of bar from  the steam heating fixtures. Getting into  the yard the men piled cordwood up  against the 20-foot Avail, then climbed up,  aud let theiiiselA'es doAvn bymeaiisofarope  made of their bed clothes. The time of  their escape is not knoAvn. The goal had j  no night Avatchman.  Lydia's High Priced Benefit.  . Associated Press.  London, May 2.���A remarkable degree  of interest AA'as manifested ' in the fare-  Avell benefit to Lydia Thompson at the  Lyceum theatre this afternoon. All the  leading actors and actresses in the city  participated in the performance, many*  celebrities of the stage taking part as  pedestrians as at the benefit of Nellie  Farrou last year. People seeking admission began assembling about the  gallery aud pit entrance yesterday CA'en-  ing. Nothing less than ��50 Avere offered  for boxes,-and in one case ��200 Avere sent.  Stalls sold for five guineas, and one  gentleman sent ��100 for two stalls.  HIGH FRENCH ARMY OFFICER  PUTS   FORWARD   A   PLEA.  asked if he Avould coiif;inue to act as Liid  gate's solicitor and endeavor to enforce  the Dominion government's lease of the  island.,- th0 attorney-general replied:  "That is none of the Colonist's daiiined  business.'*1 Asked, if he intended to retire  froni the cabinet, he said: "That is none  of the Colonist's damned  business,"  lar Soldiers Arrive at Wardner.  Special to Tlio Tribune.  Wahunuu, Idaho, May 2.,���This morning the first detachment of -regulars arrived front Spokane. They Were met at  the dqpOt by a crowd of business men  and citizens, Avho gave them a cordial  greeting. This detachment comprises  seventy-five picked men- of company M,  20th infantry, colored, Captain Bachelor.  They carry fifteen day's rations .and'2000  rounds of ammunition. Many of the  soldiers are A-eterans Avho fought at San  Juan.  Burying Their Dead on Their Own Soil.  , "'    '     Associated Press. " ' - u "r~  Washington, May'2.���Tho bodies' of  '252 of rtho soldiers brought from the  battlefields of Cuba and Porto Rico Avere  interred at-Arlington cemetery today  Avith military Honors. The ceremony  Avas identical with that held on the occasion of the interment of the bodies  brought about a. month ago. But neither  the president nor the members of the  cabinet Avere present today as on the  former occasion. The military display  wits less elaborate, knd tlie - t;ro;wd lunch  smaller. _ ���"�� I;. V. y ���   ","( y .        ,,'y'  Fattening" Chickens Vfqr: the English Market.  Associates Press."    ���  Ottawa,- Slay 2,���At a nieetlng of .tlie  agriculture and colonization" cbmim'ttpp  today, professbr Robertson 'VN'as lielird iii  regard to the method, for fattening  chickens fpr the English market, lie said  that there Avas a prospect for the opening  up of a lai'ge market in this line* and  some dealers had offered to take five  thousand j3aises_a_Avcek Sonle^trial ship^  Associated I 'reus.  London, May 2.���The Rirmiiiglmm Post  says it learns that the French government intends to anticipate the revision of  the Dreyfus court martial by .setting him  at liberty in advance of the termination  of the judicial proceedings. According  to this plan, the Post says, on June isfc  fche prisoner will be released ; but in order  that the army shall not be disturbed,  compensation will he awarded to Dreyfus, so that he, with his family, may live  outside "of France.  Pakis, May 2.���The .Journal des Debats  prints a letter from   general   Gallifet, an  eminent  retired   officer,   pleading   for  a-  truce in the Dreyfus controversy. Thelefc-  ter attracts all the more attention for the  reason that general Gallifet has remained  neutral in the affair, although  he was a  Avitness in the case before the criminal  branch of the court of cassation.     The:  Dreyfusifces, hoAvever, regard it as probable   that   he   has    been   put   forward  by  ��� the    general     stall",     whose     last.  line       of      defense       must      be      an:  appeal  to   pity.     The   letter is  as  fol-j  Ioavs:    "Dreyfus   is   on   Devil's   Island,!  Picquart   is   prosecuted,  Esterha/.y   has  absconded, Henry is dead, and  Du  Paty'  de Clam is threatened with court martial.:  Is not that enough of innocent aud guilty-  A'ictims?   Howxrvcr,  the  enemies of the:  army are not yet  satisfied, arid  demand I  that all the  superior  and  other  officers'  avIio have been more or less mixed up  in'  the disastrous affair be delivered over to  them.    Would   it   not   be better to  at  least decide on silence?   Would it not be;  more prudent, more generous, and at the:  same time more patriotic, not to continue.  to incriminate officers  that  no tribunal;  Avould dream of implicating?   The army!  knows-them and..Avill  admit  they  have  made  a   mistake;   but   it    knows   that  they       are       men       of      honor,      incapable       of       committing       a       bad  action.      It   is   that   members    of   the  goA'ornnienfc promised   the  electors   that  certain punishments  AA*ould   be inflicted.  I respectfully counsel tlie  gOA'erinnent to  abandon this determination, since no one  will'bclhyve that it will become firmer because it may-have once shown, itself'too  seA'ero in  tlie  interest of the army, and  Avith  the object of pacifying  the public  mind.    I trust my appeal  "will be  heard.  He Avho addresses it to you  has,taken no  part in the affair, and he thinks he loves  France better and more wisely than those  Avho continue to daily discredit its army.  LOCAL AND MINING NEWS FROM  ADJACENT   TOWNS   AND CAMPS.  ments sent hist year netted seventy cents  profit per Chicken, They cost .$1.0(5 Avhen  fattened, aiid were, sold in tlie English  market fbr '$1.70.   Baseball Games.  Baltimore 2, Boston !).  Philadelphia 3, New York 4.  Washington 0, Brooklyn 7.  Pittsburg i, St. Louis 3.  Cleveland 2, Louisville 1 (first game).  Cleveland 9, Louisville .0 (second game).  Detroit il, Buffalo 1.  Indianapolis 8, Columbus (j.  Kansas City 3, Minneapolis 5.  Hartford 5, Toronto 8.  NELSON  MINING  DIVISION LEADS.  From the report of the minister of  ininas for the year 15U<S, Nelson mining  division is" the mpst in,i'"$o*rtai.Tt iii "the  province, leading all others iii theamount  of business transacted, as the, following  tables show?:  Niim'ftei: of  lioc;it;ioiis Heiiofilna"  Nolspfi division, record ofllce nt NelSon, . ... lolA  Trail Creek .division, record- <5llice, i it) Kossland   .....   1015  Aiiiswortli (livteioii,,record olllce at Jviislo.....    -k-i!)  Slocs\n .division, record oflicc til Nq,w Den vo.r ....   IDS  Go"i'li(icat,os of  Work Kccord.'d  Nelsdn,division   15(D  Trail Crock divisjou.  11,10  Ajnswortili division s '13,10  Slocan division.,.. ,  ���,,.   S07  Kill* of     Saltyclr-   ,���:...       il!)!)   ,.  ....    CM)    377  Special to Tho TrilniiH!.  V.Miit,   May   2.���A  large  gathering   of  citizens took place at the Boss house  last  night to discuss the  advisability of  celebrating the 2lfch of May in Yinir.    After  the  chairman   had   been   appointed,  the  finance committee presented their report,  which   showed   an   amount  of  $107   already  subscribed   for, but the   town and  mines had notbeen thoroughly canvassed.  A resolution   was passed   that there be a.  celebration   of   the queen's   birthday   in  ���". Vniir, and the following'gentleman   Avere  elected  a  committee tb go throughly into the   whole   matter  and   report  to   a  'future  meeting,   namely,  John   McLeod.  Dr.  Kcllar, F. VV. Burn, C. A. Brown, A.  W.   flayer,  J.   C.   Garvin/ D.   Campbell,  John   Philberfc,   .Tames   Fudlar   and'the'  finance committee, James Meiviiiiinie and  J. W. Smith.    The meeting then adjourn-'  cd until Monday next, May 8th, time and  place to be arranged upon.    The committee   met    immediately   afterwards   and  elected   a  chairman  and  agreed upon  a.  place of meeting.  I Last  evening Alfred Ncwbound entertained his friends at his residence just off  Second avenue and Fir street. There were,  about 25 guests  present  including  a fair  sprinkling of the  fair  sex.    The rooms  Avere tastefully  decorated with greeneve  and pictured, and notably an. inscription  "What   is    Home   Avithout a Woman,"  Avhieh was ra.ther suggestive, the host being a  bachelor.    Music, games  and singing formed the evening's programme and  were followed by light refreshments.    It  Avas close on the beAvitching hour of midnight ere the company dispersed.  V Next Sunday evening at the First Presbyterian Church there will be a service of:  praise, the choir taking the  anthems and  R. W. MaeFarlane  the  solos  on occount  bf the unavoidable  absence of pastor A.  AV. Hayer, who is to take the pulpit   for  RcAr. 11. Frew in Nelson.  The Good Hope property has temporarily shut doAvn.on account of tlie inflow of water owing to recentrains and  the melting snow. They have been em-  bloying a force of men following the lead  in the 15 feet incline shaft.    Samples  ol"  ore has already been shipped, giving  returns of $.'H)0 to the ton, while a big  reserve is blocked out ready for transporting. The lessee, Mr. Warner, will no  doubt lie highly elated over this Iind. as  the property has only been opened by  him within the last year.  William  Valentine  and   John   Werley  have gone to Bear   lake, where   they   iu-  oii   their  tend   to  do assessment   work  claims in the Botlie camp.  Bernard McDonald, mining expert   for  the Montreal  syndicate,   which   recently  acquired   the    controlling stock   of  the  Payne, is in town, and intends examining  that property.  The Payne shipped 250 tons of ore ancl  the Last Chance  eighty tons in   the past  week via the Kaslo Sc Slocan.  11. A. Bliiaieiiaiicr of Spokane, is in'  Sandon, aud will ir a few days open up  some claims on Wilson,creek.  .'...Shipments during the month of April  from McGuigan were Dardanelles twenty  tons, Humbler, ninety-seven tons.  William Callagan, a sufferer with  pneumonia, avIio avjis. admitted into the  hospital Thursday last, died this morning  at the age of forty-tAvo. He had been  ailing for some time prior to his entering  the hospital and therefore allowed the  disease to advance beyond the aid of  medical skill. The only knoAvn relatives'  are a sister in California and a brother in  Nova. Scotia. The deceased had been  Avorking at the Payne for some time and  Avas"highly spoken of by all avIio knew  him. Tlie remains Avere interred at NeAV  Denver today, under the auspices of the  Miners' Union, of Avhieh organization-he,  Avas a.member. :...  Fred Kelly of the Rcep is home  after Avintering iii the south.  again,  "Nelson-division   Trail Creek division  Ainsworth division  Slugging is Becoming Too Dangerous.  Associated Press.  Albany, May 2.���The autopsy hekfon  the body of Frank Martin, Avhom it A\*as  supposed Avas killed "ffi a prize fight at  the Whitehall Athletic Club on Monday  night, revealed the fact that the deceased's death Avas caused by a spasm of the  heart. Frank MeHenry, the other principal, Avas arraigned in the police court  and committed on a charge of manslaughter.  The Proposal Endorsed.  Associated Press.  Toronto, May 2.���The exec*utiAre committee of the Dominion Alliance has  issued a circular endorsing the proposal:  that the Alliance shall uoav in its efforts  to secure prohibition endeavor.tb procure  legislation which Avill enable individual  provinces to secure prohibition by simply  voting in favor of prohibition at the gen-.  Shamrock's Launching Postponed.  Associated Proas.  London, May 3.���The Times announces  this morning that it is not probable that  tlie Shamrock, Sir Thomas Lipton's challenger for the American cup, -will be  launched before the first Aveek of next  month. At that time her mast Avill be  put into place, and she Avill be towed to  CoAves to complete her outfit, sailing  thence to NeAV York.  Damaged by -Lightning.  Associated Press.  Toronto, May 2.���From various points  of the country come reports of damage  done by lightning. Barns Avere fired and  stock and grain burned in some points.  The Avorst places affected Avere Almonte,  Bradford, Ayr, Midland, Odessa, Sunderland and Brantford.  Distinguished German Dead.  Associated Press. :  V Berlin, May .2.���'Dr. Martin Eduard  Von Simpson, the distinguished German  jurist and politician, avIio A\*as president  for the Franklin National Assembly in  1848, died in Berlin.'tonight injliis eighty-  ninth year. ' ,  Pamphlets Ordered Taken From  the Mails.  Associated Press-.  Boston, May 2.���Hon. Edward Atkinson, vice-president of the Anti-Imperialist League, this afternoon AVas shown the  Washington dispatch saying that tins  postmaster-genei'al had decided that certain pamphlets prepared by Mi*. .Atkinson be taken from the malls to Manila.  lie said he had Veeeivcd no direct coin-  niunicafcion froin Washington about the  mutter. lie explained tlwtfc the documents were compilations of facts and  figures taken from tlie debates in the  national house and .senate, and, calling  attention to points' overlooked in the  debate. "By the action of the senate,"  Mr. Atkinson continued, "these compilations were published as senate documents',  and they are uoav public documents of  the United States. Therefore, any action  taken tOAvards keeping them out of the  mails Avould imply that congressional and  official documents of the United States  are unsuitable to be sent to officers of  volunteer regiments now iii Mail i la-,  Avhose term of 'service lias expired, and  whose return.to this country is demanded by officials of certain states, avIio sn.y  that the men are entitled to discharge."  Mr. Atkinson said lie had sent copies of  these documents to admiral Dewey,  president Schurman, professor Worcester,  general Otis, general Lawton, genera!  Miller, and two copies to the correspondent of a Ncav York Aveekly.  ; * Silver" Dropped a Few Points.  V- ��������� ������-. - ��� ��� Associated Press.  .  'V.Nicnv ..York, May 2.���Bar. silver  Mexican    dollars    ISc.        Copper,..  broker's i9^@lUi-c.,''exchange 10,Jc.  firmer  $1.10."  broker's $1.1:1,   exchange  or-jcv  .-dull ���  V'Lea'dj  .$ l".:-57(��  u'he ore haA-e been brought into town last  night for newassays although the previous ores were so phemonuically rich in  values. At the Monarch steady development work is being carried on which "will  proA'e it has the earmarks of a great  mine: copper rather than gold being the  predominating feature, it has an enormous vein disclosing copper and gold about  70 feet iu width traceable to a great  distance both sides of Che claim. Shipments will take place as soon as fche snow  nielfc'SvbefcAv*qen the mine and the���[���������,ihwiy.  On the Glasgow and Ne-Ajf GlasgoAv claims  known as, tlie GJiisgoAy gfoup,situated one  mile fi-bin, Ymif Oil tlie iSorthwesfc side of'  liand mountain, adjofuii'ig tjie Bullion  group," Avoi'Jv Avill be coinniojieed as. soon  (is the��� properties, can be examined and  reported upon by aihorougbly competent  engineer. Now that two stock a\ul share  brokers have started' in Ymir theife is  quite a demand for local stocks principally !\i/iuaTacs, Dundee, Big I-Ioru (Simcoe).  Monarclhs,  and   enquiries   for   some  tire  -coniing-^irir-^:fi'oni=^eftstoiMi==Ca/iTrixlii=^Yiriuh  United   States  capitalists.    .Ymir  is  beginning  to receive   tlie  attention   ifc  deserves, for undoubtedly it  promises rich  mines  and   the  best developed   mine  in  -British   Columbia, viz.:   the   Ymir mine  which is running its 10 stainps.        n  Sandon.  Sandon, May 2.���Sam Lloyd lias taken  over the Palace cafe again.  Robert Cunning hits - returned-"froni  Colville, wliei'e he lias placed his son  John ill one of the schools of." that   town,  G. N. Main, brother of .1. F. and J.. <?.  Main of Sandon, has arrived from the  east to take a position with the Iblfh  company a.s bookkeeper.  Thomas Jclland has rctul'iied from Kd-  nioiiton with a large consignment of  farm produce for his firm here.  W. JI, Grant, auditor for P. Burns iv  Co., was lu town for seveaal days last  Aveek inspecting the local branch of that  firm. :S  The Sandon fire brigade are leaving no  obstacle in the Way of making their third  annual ball a great success on Thursday  evening.  N. J. Ki'akenburg of Duluth, Minnesota.  is in Sandon for the purpose of starting  a cigar factory. But as there is no excise  officer stationed here he will most likely  be unable to do so.  The foundation of the Presbyterian  church is being laid, although the .contract for the construction of tlie church  has not been given.     .      . .       .  Another, strike of importance has been  made ou the'.Argonta, one. of. the claims  of the Madisoii"'group, Of������frbfii .ten'"- to  sixteen inches' of.-solid- galena. This  strike was niade.on the second .lead, .-wliich  is believed toi.be....a-...contini,iatioii. .of the  'Noble Five,; -The---'Jirsfc>.lead,'-has.vtwelve  inches of dry oreand was only iip: about/  nine months ago,from which two.cars of  /  Kaslo.  Kasi.o, May 2.���F. W. Pettit Avith his  family is leaving Kaslo for pastures new.  .Mr. Pettit Avasfor a time editor; of the  British Columbia News and did considerable campaign rustling during the late  elections, both provincial and   municipal.  Charles Dill, C. K., of Rossland, is visit-'  ing his brother A. J. Dill Jiere;,foiiB.a���%ftewji  days. -[        ' ^     r      W^ifS^"  A/M. Slee, who has been conVie'et'cd  Avith the Jvootenaian cA*er shfce;��:p^'K  lying's" ownership, soA-cred his ^nn"6gtibn;{  Avith-that, paper yesterday.*-. Sin^D;|^VJi  Jviug loft the paper^ Mr. Slce}����"liftSVj8becji;*  running it. *   "::���*.   ���"/."'  A large number of prospecfrbil^"!lireu''iir'  the Lardo country at" present",DniiipVt":"6fe  them doing assessment Avork orvrelo'ci'iMi-"-  ing claims. The mine owners?���"pf tl)at*  disti'ictare expecting great things..Mr?' H:  result of tho railroad buildings ��� ; -  l'"*rom reports iioav being rpccilAje'dyb��y) j  fche celebration committee, thc're^will be]  a big crowd in JCasIo on the 2-ttli.  "���".��� LQtGAt   NEWS   AND- SOSSIPi  The dedication last evening of Fraternity Hall by the seA'eral fraternal societies of Nelson passed off very successfully, the dedicatory ceremonies of the  different lodges being folloAved Avitli  great interest by an audience of o\*er 400,  fully half of whom were ladies.  The ceremonies in connection with the  dedication of the hall were commenced  shortly after eight o'clock and occupied  a little over two hours. Dr. W. J. Quintan was master of ceremonies, and the  mauner in which the program was put  through showed that lie had his Avork  well in hand.  Nelson lodge, No. 25,.of the Knights of  Pythias was the first to take part in  rhe  dedicatory ceremonies.    The officers avIio  celebrated Avere, J. A. Forin, acting-grand  chancellor; P. J. Bradley, V. G. C;   Thos.  Lillie, G. P.; J. J. 'Malone,  G.  master at  arms;, 11.  G. Joy, G. K.   of It.  <fc  S.; C.  French, C. C: 11. Walbey, V. C. C, Leonard Scott, master at arms; C..H. Prosser,  master-of finance; J. McPliee,  master of  work; Frank Phillips,   prelate,   J.  Beau-  vais,  KY of R. <fc S.':   W.   Lynch,  inner  guard; and G. Prosser, outer guard/The  uniform rank, Svliich contributed greatly  to the evening's.display was made up  of  J. Porter;/colonel: J. J.   Malone,  captain;  C. Prosser, first lieutenant; Carles Hillyer, V  second lieutenant; and knights A. Pfeiffer,  Leo Thelin, G. Prosser, C. Stewart, Charles i  Anderson,   T.   Jenkins,    G.    Roy,   J.  J.  Walker, J. Johnson, 0.  Olson, J. Gildred  andW.Lillie.  ��� The knights Avere followed by the officers of Nelson's Queen lodge, No. 241, of  the Sons of England. ; The dedication of  the hall to the service of this lodge Avas  performed by Rev. H. S. Akehurst, president: "Thomas Morley, vice-president;  'Wi J. Astley, chaplain; G. Williams, first f  committee man; W. J.' Hatch, first guide;  It. G. Joy/treasurer; and J. Watson,  secretary. ���'/  The ceremonies of Court Kootenay, No.  8138,   Independent   Order   of   Foresters  came   next.    They   Avere  conducted  by  F. W.  S\vannell,  S. C. It.; W: B. Shaw/  supreme   marshall ;���;' J.   E.    AliiuibleV  S.y.y  chaplain; J. A. Irving, C.It; H. M;YVin-Y  cent,:V. C. It. ; J. Sinvw, G.;F. Mbtibii,YP//Y  E. Wilson and   F. E.   Morrison,  heralds(yy'(,  A: Ferland, recording secretiii-yand G/C/g  S. Paterson, financial secretaryi   /*yyiy  The oraiigemeh's dedication camelnexii ;P  iMtisdif^dgb^^l^mz^  ��*S')i,Ssente.dVby}^Tdyi*,^  axSi  0. iw-*."      [flay       a1110 on       ^ddHd    d u      nn,D      lP^OrfiIL] ^^       -,       ��� '��* -        ..P     .--,-'���    ''���     ��� -       '      a  'iBdhsdnyMikxtiii^^  ^.%|$dell;"de|Sl^^  "?>!-��� �� ���A^-.-d-���"!���*�� ���*"* t- .-/li-lV��^>Tl-��ii->v��-��'�� Art'   ���-���    ��.*��..  "   I   >*���*��-��� �����-i-j^v����>-J:     ,r�� ������� .*-J    .  ^irecjb��*;bf ������eeren^iiesit;iW^,"��Cri^vfbrd!aiid  The qity Clerk 'has about cpmplefted.-tljo  work" of Jiuiiliilg nbtiees- ol?"'a:skesS-meii't'1l-o';  fc'h.e ipi'ppiirijy o"\fnjjrB -of the city.    A.��d\\']  uotice^i of ItssQ^siueut upoii We^fci AVard  propeifcy w^jicif Api'il bo-mailed' today^vilK  complete the list.'    As tp  What  the  rate:  sha-li be for the purposes of taxation,it ..is  announced   that   the   rate  Avill   not bd  .struck: until al'tdir tjie-susslon ofthe court  of   revision.     This   is  a cinch ganie, in  Jcm.] An g, JioALeAiur ,Jxvltl i=f;li e^eal ib i^ev o i=tshp��  majority of tlie jji-eseiit council.  Michael B. Samuels, wlio lias opened up  what appears to be a slaugl'ifcor clothing  house en Baker street, was called upon to  I lay the tratisidsnt trailers' tax of .$50 yesterday. Samuels protested that he intended'to-opofi up a permanent business  in this city, but tile tax gatherer refused  to take a licenso of $5 when there avus a  .prospect of securing $50.  R. IY Tonilic. who for" three year.-  filled the office of nilniiig recoRler in the  gov(��i'iiiu(Ji,it office imr(; will leave for  Seattle this morning where he will engage in tlie I'eal estate business.  The Spokane Falls' &' Nortliern Telegraph Company lias built a line infco Republic. Washington wliich is now ready  for business.  Had an Excellent Opportunity.  About eighteen months ago, the city  council passed a by-law that giU'e the  mayordiscretioiiary power to prevent the  issuance of licenses for certain specified  business pui'snits. One of the pursuits  was transient traders. Yesterday mayor  Neelands hail an excellent .opportunity  to exercise bis-'discretion ; but. he did uot  avail himself of the chance. A. transient  trader --who has been here before���has  opened for sale a stock of. goods, the sale  of which will hurt F. Irvine ifc Co., Martin  O'Reilly cfc Co., A. Ferland & Co., Mrs.  McLaughlin, and all other dealers in (  goods and ladies' wear in Nelson.  .biiy- :\va.'5;inrtcn''iiiorpv ���.  elaborate'frlfoit-afty^  'lMiO'o'fliaGifS'=A\^:ifrpaunticiptte  X)r.!<Y C. Ai'fclnuj, W"C!y   G,?L:  ,J*dhkoi&;l  �� " - ������nha?'"��/-1i  lr.V  Scale of Wages Adopted.  The printers of Nelson., have Organized  ;;���/���-branch (if the ;; iiiteriiatibnal Typo-  gra])h"ical Union, and adopted.the, follow-,  ingr-scide-'of .-wages for. its. members: Piece  work,.day, 15 .cents per thousand ems;  "night,".50 cents. Time hands, day of nine  hours, $:J)50 ; night of eight hours, $3.50.  Machine hands, day of eight hours, $1.  Ai'.thiir   S��-,'(t "���  acting graiKl imif^mil,;"*|:I ^IcXebd^ iiand^i  warden, 0. W. Ro^ chadliijn**'E.;���SJat^"..W  cliffe, G. U,: mid-AY-gj gfe F. 1'BiJiij^f   �� *  A. IS.  Lotfc  and;- A". If.  Cleriioitts, grand  heralds.      . -   .  .. ..  Tlio, orafcion   of   the   evening  Ava��  de-  JiyercdVbviJ.^tV. Fbriih- wiio^.Ltt'nJ.fc^upbu^  the   good   work    accomplished   hy   the  fraternal societies.  Following the ceremonies I'cfi'esllincuts  Were served, alid When,, bhe ball commenced there were close upon 500 people  in the building.  Much .of the success of the affair Was  line lo the work of the cpliijiiittee which  haI-1 diai-go of fche arrangenreiitis. 11 was  composed of: J. J. iVIalono (ehairmanj.  O. M. Rosendale; T. J. Sl.im*i John Scolev.  li.G/Jor, R. S. Steele. T. LiUft)., J. A.  Irving. S. M, Brydges. I��\ W. Swannell,  John Toye. F. K. Morrison, A, W. Purdy,  IY J. Sipiire (Secretary), and A. Carrie  (11 ���( 'i i��in ����� r).    ^   The Clannish Coast.  The people of the Coast are unwilling  to elect anyone from the interior to even  honorary positions, when tliey are in the  ma jori ty. Recently the. doctorSof thc.prov-  ince balloted for seven 'directors of theBrit-  ish   Columbia, College of Physicians and  Surgeons-, which is  iu   plain   English the  Doctors'  Trade   Union.     While   a  good  proportion of the practicing physicians of  the  province  reside  in, the   interior,   no  oik;  from  the interior was elected as a  director; yet se-Vffrnl of them'staiid high  in their profession..    The directors met at  Victoria  yesterday and   elected the  following officers:    Dr.   Davie  of  Victoria  president.   Dr.   McGuigan   of  VaucOUA'cr  vice-president.   Or. Fagan oi New Westminster secretary and registrar, and Dr.  Duncan of Victoria treasurer.     The following avc re elected examiners : Dr. Davie  of Victoria, surgery : Dr. Lefevre of Van-,  con ver,   anatomy:    Dr.    McKechuie    of  iNanaimo, physiology and pathology���;��� Dr.  Duncan ot A-'ietoria, practice of niedieiue ;  Dr.   McGuigan   of   Vancouver,' medical  jurisprudence;    Dr.   Jones   of   Victoria,  midwifery  and- diseases  of women; Dr.  Fagivn   of    New   Westminster,    maleria  medica and chemistry. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY, MAY 3,  1809.  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, $1.75  The balance of our spring capes and jackets at wholesale price  Baker Street,  NELSON  A. FERLAND & CO.  Garden  Tool^s  A COMPLETE LINE JUST ARRIVED  / FROM EASTERN MARKETS  Nelson Hardware  v        Baker Street, Nelson.  Co  Sweaters and Underwear  We have succeeded this season in getting the FRENCH HEALTH UNDERWEAR for spring and summer wear. This is the finest and best made  on the market. Balbriggans at all prices. Our silk and wool SAveaters aro  admired by all and acknowledged to ho the finest yet shown in Nelson.  See those goods and get prices.  J. F. WEIR  Sign of the Big- Red Hat  P. O. Box 103, Nelson, B.  Daily Edition -.  First Year, No. 102  Weekly Edition Seventh Ykak, No. 24  THE DAILY TRIBUNE is vubhslicl every morning  (except Monday), and will be mailed lo subscribers  -in Canada or the United Stales /or 55 n year, and to  subscribers in Great Britain for ��8 a yuir; or it will  be delivered to subscribers in Nelson for 25 cents a  'wcek,'$l a month, $2.50 for three months, ?5 for six  months, or 310 for one year.   Payablo in advance.  THE WEEKLY TRIBUNE is published every Wednesday and Saturday, and will be mailed to subscribers  anywhere for $2 a year, payable in advance.  REGULAR ADVERTISEMENTS printed in both the  .daily and weekly editions for *M per inch per month.  LOCAL OR READING MATTER NOTICES 25 cents a  Jine for each insortion.    ��� -r      ,   .  ������  JOB PRINTING at fair rates.    Accounts for job print-,  "ing and advertising are payable on the first of every  month.   Addic-s��� -r -"-,  ���, * -     THE TRIBUNE; Nelson; B. C.  ���' Membkrs of a .government should devote their entire tiine.to .the duties for-  which they are-paid  by the people. , If  their salaries are not sufficiently large to  '���maintain them in the style iiiAvhich they  .lived while in private life, then let  their  ��� salaries be increased.^. No man  having a  - responsible' portfolio   in a   government  should be permitted to devote any part  of his time  to carrying= on business as a  private citizen.V Subordinate officials, are,  not allowed,to do so, "and the. heads of departments should  set their  subordinates  an example.    The  charge "is  made that  ministers = neglect.the public business in  order to attend to their ' private under-,  takings, and it is "oftoil. insinuated that,  in "cases where   tlieir private' interests  conflict with their  public duties, the interests of the .public- are nearly, .always  sacrificed.    Tfije in;embers  pf.tli'e? present1  "govermneiit^of^Bl'itisli^Col  more blameable ill this  conhectioi!  than  their predecessors; but,.then,-'they should  be above blame:  Victoria; W. F. Robertson, mineralogist,  Victoria; H. Carmichael, assayer, Victoria ; Thomas Morgan, inspector .of coal  mines, Nanaimo; and .Tames McGregor,  inspector of metalliferous  mines, Nelson.  Judging from the notices sent out by  the assessor, every lotiu Nelson is assessed  for more than it could be sold for under  the hammer. This is in keeping with  the "swelling" that has marked all the  actions of a majority of the present city  council. , \' .      '   ..       -'"      =    ,    ���' - --  The Miner is the Hausard of the city,  council. = Members, like' the chairman, ol"  .the public' works" committee, write out  their speeches and hand them in to the  Miner," then trust; to providence that the  meeting -will not* be postponed. ..Tlio  speeches' delivered_s- and* the speeches;  printed tire widely at. variance.  :   German Possession Would be a Menace.. '  , British jealousy, of." German1 intrigues  in the Samoan Islands may-appeal'trivial  ab=��� first view.".-One" "is inclined .to* ask  what would it, matter if Germany were  allowed to control these few square miles  THOMSON'S  WE ARE NOT ADVERTISING  This  season, it  is  not  necessary,  knows that our  everybody  Aldkrman Fletcher stated On Monday night at a meeting of the city  council that the old cOuiieil saddled, jfche  _present eouneil "with $15i000 indebtedness. Aldermu'n Fletcher liiisstate*? Jacts,  and no one is b,<$fc.tor' aware of it tha-h  alderman Fletcher.  Stock is  and Prices Lower  Than Cither Dealers.  Sportsmen  Alderman Beer Avaiits   the city to  spend $1��;000 on a city building;    It in  strange   how   liberal aldoi'iiian Beer(js  Witli; Juoney that is not )us own.        ^y  -���'   . - "       "~        : " t"\.  Tub report of tlie ihinister  of mines  for the year 1808 is  the most complete  that has yet been printed.   The reports  Of the  different districts   are   concisely  xvorded, and. the data arranged so as to  be readily found.    A feature is the illustrations, forty-one being printed, ranging  from views in and out* of mines* smelters,  mills and electric power houses to scenes*  of naVtite^ii^e mountain, divides, waterfalls and  canyons.     Some of them are  worthy of preservation;   In fact thi3 re- I  port  is  worth preserving for the ilhis- |  trations alone.    Accoi'ding to the  report  the total production  of minerals  in the  province has been $123,417,326, of which  $56,000,000 was gold and $-10,000,000 coal.  The production   for  1898   is  placed  at  $10,900,861.    The following  are the officers of  the  department:    Hon.  .J.  Fred  Hume, minister  of mines,  Victoria;   M.  Richardson, secretary of tlie department,  want  the  best   arid  get it at  can  always  Thomson's StaMonepy Co., LH  If you need a  PIANO  ORGAN  VIOLIN  GUITAR   ���  MANDOLIN  BANJO  v AUTOHARP  AOOORDEON  VIOLIN BOW  STRINGS  or MUSIC  Call at our Store and we "will do the rest."  of Pacific territory? But the earnest  memorials from the Australian and New  Zealand governments to the imperial  government indicate the cause of Britian'.s determination not to allow Germany to get the upper hand in Samoa.  The islands occupy an important strategic position in the Pacific, and if Germany got possession of. them she would  undoubtedly fortify them and make a  strong military lia.se, which would be a  perpetual menace to Australia and New  Zealand.  A Zealous Constable.  Troll Creek News.  Two weeks ago, \\Y .1. Devitt, Trail's  provincial constable, accomplished the  extradition of .1. .11. Sinclair, wliich  proved to be the first successful extradition in this district out of nine cases.  Yesterday he saved the province the  heavy expense of a .similar action by  chasing on foot, for a distance of twelve  miles, a man who wits heading for the  international line, after having committed robbery with violence. He realized  that it was too serious a violation of  Canadian law to let go unpunished, and  although he had to walk for a distance  ol twenty-four miles over a trail so bad  as to be impassable for a horse, he felt  that the capture of the criminal fully  compensated for the hard trip.  HUDSOITSBAY  COMPANY.  W  g  B  MEN'S      im  CHILDREN'S m  AND LADIES' ;k  BOOTS %  AND SHOES   B  iti)  MEN'S    .___     ..�����..,  hats rpea irvm  HAVE JUST RECEIVED THEIR SPRING IMPORTATION OF 8  Portieres and Lace Curtainsl  $jf White Muslin Curtains with frilled edge; Aplique Curtains in cream  fl and white, which for richness and durability cannot be equalled; Not-  ijjjj tingham Lace Curtains in pretty designs and colorings of ecru and  g white; Colored Coin Spot Muslins for door, sash and window curtains;  f White Coin Spot Muslins in all sizes of spots.  tffc  CHENILLE   AND   TAPESTRY PORTIERES  INCORPORATED 1670.  Scroll designs in Tapestry and Chenille, also \t\ plain colorings, goods tf|at are B  moderate in price, ai]d something tliat will give the best of satisfaction     B  Have You  a Sweet  Tooth?  VELVET   TABLECOYERS  Something1  very  rich  and  handsome  in  green  and  blue bordered, in  scroll patterns of gold and red; art velvets for cushions and draperies.  Chenille Table Covers in 4, 6, 8, and 10 Quarter Sizes  CURTAIN POLES   AT  ALL   PRICES  Something special in Oak inch and half poles, wood trimming's, all complete, for 50 cents. MAY DELINEATOR NOW IN  B  IF  so  *  O'OMK  AND  SHE  OUR"  ASSORTMENT.  :  1  OF            --���_".  "*  . [    -  /~^1            *  -*. 5  &  Chris  tit  *  -,  VICTOEIA   BOOGIE:,   BAKBH   STBEET,.  JSTELSOISr,   B"-lC.  ��^^#^^^^^^^^^^^^.^^-  ���^vSsvSa >s-fevS�� ���sa-^^*sa>  fB^B^B ^B.^B^B fB^^B-  ?:e=>\&>'e3'��3 ���  B-  M  m  OVER FORTY VARIETIES  CHOICE AND FRESH  Charles A. Watepraan & Co. J^g :Qp^eped  CUSTOMS BROKERS  ^AUCTIONEERS  BEALESTATE and^EMAL '-AGENTS  Baker Street, Nelson  S  West, Baker Street.   .  Telephone 13.  IS COMING  ANVi WILI* BRING  WITS. IT  ��� A^DEMAND^FOR  Xi  :,   FIRST DOOR "WEST BANK 11. G. BUILDING. '  Mining Shares for Sale  2500 War Cloud  1000 Bryan and Sewell  10,000 Little Cariboo  3500 Pobled ;Dundee  7000 Utlca  500 Athabasca  1000 Pooled Tamarac  CAaXND Sit ME FOB SNAPS"  o  T  FOS OBNTS* WEAR  They are all the rage  this summer  and we are getting ready  for the rush  T.ur,!'6r & .BooCkh blbcli. Nelson, iJ. C.  C* D* J.  GENERAL  BROKER.  Wo have a fine assortment of woolens always,  on l)!inrt.=. Goods"marlo up at-the shortest possible' noticp/ As everything is-kept and made  on the prcimscs, satisfaccion is assured.- "    "- =  H.M. VINCENT  BAKER STREET WEST, NELSON'  Gentlemen  It j ou want a nattjvst ylish suit of clothes for  spring and Hummer, I have over -500- diJI'er-  ent patterns of Scotch and English tweeds,  which 1 will make-to your order at the-low  price of  ��25  Black Venetians make a nice suit for summer wear at, ..,",�� Y.V...-."..".,."...*;s.:$2! ���  Black; serg(5���suits4ijsackr6f ihoriiihgcoiit. .$21   A Jioayv .Scdtch'_.twced(VniccVpattcrfis_f6r_   lnrSiness'^uTt.....,.;..-........*��!;..........7..i-.777518  Xi,'otis^r.s* at equally Taw,pHces. Fit an"d Jiuish  no better in CJaiiada. J��adics"fln6 Iriilbringa*  spc'cialty.   Cleineht block, .Bakcr.strcet'.  S,  D. Asheroll  A 7-ROOM HOtrSB TO BET  A 4-ROOM HOUSE TO LET  FOR SALE  A 'Mat corner....  A ftfi'oom hOii.Soi  . :$ 'fiflo  ..   IftOO-  Hoiiscs and lol.s In all parts of Ihe city.  JtONKY TO liQAN TNSUHAN0K  COME  AND  SEE   OUR LINES  NOW  ON  DISPLAY  Canada Drug and Book Co.,  -   LIMITED.  Corner Baker and Stanley Streets, Nelson.  ARE YOU GOING TO ATLIN  OR DAWSON CITY?  BLAGKSMlTHJNd  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon ropalrljig promptly attornled lo by a firstrclasH  wheehvriKlit. .  Special attention given to all kinds of ropairihg land  ciistdni Work from outside points.  & Harshaw  Graying and  y']J EXPRESS'; ;  Bus meets all  trains arid boats.  Special"attention   given the  trans-=  fer of baggage. "Office, and, stables  on. Vernon   street,. opposite. The.  Tribune office.' ,. Telephone No. 35./  C.W.West&G^  GENERAL TEAMSTERS  .      . AGKNTS,.EQU. �� ��        "  -^The^mperlal^OilpGd^^  Washirjglon Brick ai^d Llrrie Go.  The H. W. ItJbNielJ Co., Ltd., panadian Ani\\rdr  cittj Coal (Hard)  Dealers In,  STOVEWOdD  S-qop:   Ha" Street, between Baker and Vernon, Nelson  If you are, call and get posted  on the White Pass and Yukon  route, which is the best, safest  and cheapest possible.  A. R: SHERWOOD  Baker street West. Nelson, JB. C.  All Syndicate Lots in Addition  "A" will be withdrawn frpni  sale after 1st May. Now is* the  time to buy.  Gamble & O'Reilly, Agents  FOR SALE  SNAPS IN HOUSES AND LOTS  IN ALL PARTS OF THE CITY  Money to Loan  Will buy 24 laorees. 12 wasons, 2  wagonettes, 1 bugrgy, 10 sots of  sleighs, and a completo outfit of harness, saddles, blankets, etc., and a going business of  $30,000 a year.  Terms. ���"��������'���.  $5500  sleighs, and  dies, blahk<  $30,000 a yei  ^tJ^nrWY Will buy two lots a^d' "improve-.  ��pov/w, ments on north side of Vernon  street, between Ward and Josephine streets,  Terms.   ���*   -���: r  QlAiBiCiri Will buy 30 by 120 feet on the  *pi!%j\j\j south side,-of Baker street, between Stanley and Kootenay streets.   Cash.  fk4Cl nCiCi Will buy 60 by 120 feet on the  *p J.\J9\J\J\J - northeast corner of; Baker and  INSPEQTION OF STOCK INVITED  Mrs.   E.   McLaMghl*  '   JpSkl'HjNlOgTnKlflf.NlSLSON   Ofow's tet Pass Goal Go.  PAYMENT MUST ACCOMPANY  , ALL ORDERS y^y'-:   ;  Charles   St.   Barbe^,  Agent.  irn-  Nelson Iron Works  MANUFACTUKEBS OF  Josephine streets.  P.O. Box 57  ��ash-   JOHN HOUSTON.  Vernon'Btreet. Nelson  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  NOTICE  J. L. VANSTONE,      R. H.  Mines and Mining Slocks.  WILLIAMS,  Customs Broker  REAL ESTATJC AND OENERAL AGEN,TS  All accounts owing the Nolson Pining Mills, contracted since the 17th day of September, 1898, aro due  and payable to the undersigned, pajment of which is re  quired at once. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary,  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills.  Ncison, 11. C, April 25th, 1899.  ENGINES, BOILERS,' SHAFTING* IRON .AND..  BRASS CASTINGS' OF EVJSR*K 'DESCRIPTION;  ���"' '   '���''���?        '' "''':    "������        ���' '���'"        ''"       ���.    r/,  Repairs promptly lattendod.tOi. in iP. O.'iSox'I'lS. '''  R. REISf EREF? #O0Y  '      ,      BR'kWERS AND BOTTLERS .OF ���,���:���>.:.  Fine Lager Beei?,  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery to Dho trade.  Brewery at Nelson.  TOR   SALE.  -A teaming outfit consisting of ono team,  "         '" one  )g, ow  ..  " . .    7  after. ' Apply to J. F. Jacobson, feed morchaut, Vernon  FOR SALE- ���    .��� _. .  wagon and harness.   Will be sold cheap for cash.  Reason for .celling, owner has mineral claims to look  after. ' Apply to J. ~  street, Nelson, B. O. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C., WEDNESDAY,  MAY 3,  1899.
all paid
(Ion. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President
V,   8. CLOUSTON General Managor
NT. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.
     BKANOHKB IN    	
and in Mid principal cities in Canada.
Is qow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters
of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atliq, B. C, and
Dawson City, Yu^on, District.
Huy and sell Sterling Kxctmngo and Cable Transfers
available in any part of the world.
took his life from that direction it must
iir.sfc puss through the likeness of the girl
he loved best.
Tlie new County Councils bill giwe the
Irish  counties  070 councillors,  and  the
■last-received, old country papers give the
result ofthe elections in »<t9 cases.    They
are as follows:
Ulster.;-' 96
Connaught .81
Loinster 222
Minister 137
Total........ 536
Home rule has scored a majority . in
every one of the four provinces of the
island, Ulster hot excepted. The only
counties iu which the Unionists have a
majority are Antriin, Londonderry,
.: Down and Armagh. In Tyrone and Fermanagh the two" parties are equally divided, while in most of the other counties the Nationalist majorities are large.
In Cork, Clare," Mayo, Sligo, Leitrim,
Meath, South Tipperary and Cavan no
Unionists were elected. In Longford,
one of whose divisions Mr. Blake represents in parliament, one Unionist and
fifteen Nationalists were elected. V
Writing of the event to tlie ■ London
Chronicle, Michael Davitt declares that
the Nationalists were practically challenged to show their strength, and they
did so. The election, moreover, he says,
disposes Y; of - the 'Statement tliat sthe
Ystrength of: home rule lay in.intimidation;
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&'ami.-- encouragement" \ol,.->the$"Jpriesthood.
"• "poiutsfiout*■ „tiiat .Messrsi „Redmond»and
fc Mealy :„inade,au*appear£iort™'tolerationf^
^.an * appeal,?: .m«nely,./-that»%7tlie^elee^OrS;
' °: Ishoiild'-not "f^tef-agalns^lfcan^idalil'sV'ju^t
^"because.they were sUniouistsj*..The pnefett,
^""hoocktuo;a ia^iiej-ext^nt'^ftao^te^ftiiis^imy.-,
■i.«l*iY"-"«r-y"'„\.<fl-,i yi-.ysci., r.y- ..„;» ;.-.-. j*.v;ft, i-.;;,
^ "tjol^ratipaP^
bYavivs** mtwle^«in4soine**Jiuar
°i©Qiih;t^KCpiine"ils *biH- wbiildkilliiomeHile,
t -HtiUjjthgitoleration. jprmcipje
/ed 7felie§ resultlwpuid»lia^
,t"»?3E*H§ QPPQ^entf.pfIliomg••„riuaastia.'ti0„an's.
..dic^tipu that^tjie>,^
-„ theninouths. .of, "their jpohticivlj" opponents,.
».:V.^ "'i1 «*ii>."I '  v.f",«'. » *'x'».»."""."; ." °V"^S '-■-YVM.VV"'
1 Ytp,sa.xy!liafc„.„ ■„.■, :.y,yyy,: „-.,;>«;^v" ;
11. j5:TheMream - of Janili'islivparliamehSShaSi
; bec^mejjxed;sin', theijminds jox.tthe^ nidss,^ -
-=«t^"^*l4ijs\ i^i^j^.»n^^<l°° tSif^.: °'c*P0>:^Sy .A^V^-^IJK* / 'W
willsbe" f6und,l areVsi.mpTeyaD15ug: stei* iii
thatdirectioii.   ^If tliose wlippnijope tlte
. i'ealiyiitiozi: oj'that' dream will look inifco
'.]'    liistOry aiid; find'an*f in|taiic6 under eveh
idea- so fixed iii»*tiie mind of a wlipie peo-
plel- has;"e^er 'finally (failed   pf
The great Chicago packing houses get
a great deal more money for the by-products incidental to the killing of a stear
than the meat sells for.    On   the'average
the meat audits  compounds bring  $40,
while the by-products bring in at wholesale  $55.    The   latter   sum   is   roughly
made up as  follows:    Hide, horns, hoofs
and  hair,  $25; fats,  blood,  sinews and
bones, $15; miscellaneous other wastes $15.
It is  only  in the  large and  well-appointed  slaughter  houses that  the  full
value  ofthe  animals dealt  with can be
realized, and these become factories for a
great many products, besides finding the
proper and  most profitable  markets for
each of the raw products into wliich they
separate the animals.    Nothing is allowed to go to waste, and ten  years ago one
of the largest butchers in this city de-.
clared that tlie' Chicago   packers were
payiug the entire cost of 'slaughtering
cattle out   of what   the butchers here
were paying to have carted away. Hides,
horns,  hoofs  and  hair  have   had  their
markets formally years and-'their value
increases steadily.   This is particularly
true of horns, for the practice of dehorning cattle has become so general that in
one: great  Chicago packing  house it was
found during, a two-yeaiv count that the
returns only showed one horn to every
three bullocks.    Horns  are   now worth
about  $150 a ton.    The* hides go to the
tanner,  the hair for "mixing in mortar.
The tails don't go with the hides.    Down
at the tip is some long  hair, and  this is
sold to be turned into curled hair for upholstering.
.If the hoofs are pure white they have
a peculiar value. They are sent to China
for jewelry making. Tliose which are
striped, black or damaged go into the
kettle to be b iled for glue and the residue made into hoof meal, a valuable
fertilizer. In fact, everything which is
not used for other purposes is at Last
turned into some form of fertilizer, even
to tho tankage Avater in which the coarsest of the refuge is boiled to extract its
fats. The coarse bones are either carbonized and sold for sugar refiners' use
or turned into fertilizers, and the blood
is mostly dried and turned into another
aid to agriculture. Some of the blood is
sold in liquid form to sugar refiners, but
not a great deal. The white bones suitable for knife handles and such purposes
bring from $70 to $1)0 a ton and go mostly to Germany.
The main parts of the animal as they
are sent to market are all carefully
trimmed, but there is no piece of good
meat but has its market. Tongues and
tails are regular articles'of commerce,
and even the meat from the cheeks is
added to the supply for sausages and the
lips are cut off and pickled. Each character of fat is separated from the others
aiid finally these are marketed in the
various forms of neat's foot oil, oleo oil,
tallow and stearine and oleomargarine.
Before the horns are sold the pith is extracted from them and the finest grade
of gelatine is obtained from the pith.
The sinews are all separated to be used
for glue stock, the bladders are sold for
holding snuff and the greater part of the
intestines ■ are used for sausage casings.
Parts of these have, however, a. special
use aud value, and are sold separately to
be made up into goldbeater's skins. The
lining of the windpipe is also of particular value, being used for a. fancy sausage
easing and also as a lining for pipes
through wliich beer is passed in breweries. 13eef extrjfet, pepsin and many
other things are made in some of the big
gest houses.
A new iise has recently been discovered for the contents of the paunch, which
until lately had to be thrown;away, it
has been discovered that a good quality
of cardboard can be made of it anil it is
now being saved for that purpose. Of
course, tlie large receipts from' these byproducts are not all profit, but there is a
manufacturer's profit made out of each
one of them which aggregates a handsome .sum, and all of this helps to keep
down tlie price of the fresh meats to the
New patterns  at  10, 12i,
and 20 cents per yard.
At I2A-, 15, 20, and 3d  eents
per yard.
At 3~i cents   pei- yard, .worth
50 cents.
All-wool Pepper, latest shades
at $4 each;
A Statement Greeted With  Cheers.
Associated   Press.
London, May 2.—At a meeting of the
shareholders of the British South  Africa
Company today, Cecil-Rhodes referred to
the fact that tenders  for the  construction of 250 miles of the  Rhodesian  railway had been made from  America, and
lie added :    "I found by far  the  lowest
tender was  by an American  firm—Carnegie's bid.    Fortunately  it was  not in
order, and so wo were able to give  it to
our own  people."    This  statement was
greeted with loud cheers.
At $4 a dress pattern, no two
Fast colors at 7A, 12.1 and 15
cents per yard. "
At 20 cents per yard.
At 30 cents per yard.
At 18 and 35 cents per yard.
The Tremont Hotel
Carpets **? Rugs
You can savei money
y.vy.(r :yy,y.y''.yiy'
Headquarters fop Miners and Prospectors
Liquors and Cigars
0ne/o|4he^bestY ana .most ^pop-
'^BA'kEK.STI{EEl\^iia -
ti'iiilnphant they*may.Sohifprttl)einselves
With" the precedent^ but it ivxlh we-thiufe
be very difficult to liiid. Otherwise all
report.^ vinite in paying that the state
of Ir*|!and is improved; - The. pij-ocess* By
which tlie land is passing into tlie hands
pf UJic^o whoi cultivate it caiinrtt but be a
liiigUty'. infijience for li&vce aiid order.
'"fovhxiy laiUJoAyiltiLV.yo matter Jiow ' small,
lii.s iiitereStj Ji^cOines a liQstage fpr trairi-
(juility;, itlid a Igrtot iiiaiiy hostages of
tins kind have b^eii secured since lord
AslibuEfedn's' ae|Yfirst "beciitjae law. We-
nxky be sure* thoi'6f0r6, that the eleiuonts
Vvliicli seek to attain home, rule bydis-
.ordejr will become less and less influential
continually, and we believe" that the
!final goal will'be reached more quickly
...by,.., a steady, orderly, constitutional
agitation than by some of • the methods
which were employed in tlie past.   '.
A Chapter in a Village Eomance.
The death, bf lientenaiit Lester F. Sis^-
sbns, of the First Nebraska regiment'; at
Manila, and the'finding of his fiancee's'
photo ,.near his heart, where the fatal
bullet' entered, is the;'final chapter of a
pretty romance, whose introduction Avas
written in a Ifebraska village several
years ago.'-' The photd is a -likeness of
Miss Anna Taylor, one of the belles of
Columbus, and youngest daughter of
John F. Taylor, wholesale lumber merchant, and a distinguished citizen of Nebraska. Today the young girl is inconsolable, and her grief is pathetic to
witness. When the sweethearts parted,
lieutenant Sisson carried a circular
photograph of the girl, hung by a ribbon
from his neck, worn under his vest, and
laughingly remarked, the day he sailed
for the war, that he would wear the
photo on the left side, and if a bullet
if..-iWhof use;;%pi£k^
sjioulci n0t%fail|St(3„dookY"a^
:(of flgooifs* YwHich1! 'fo^"^^^^^^'!!^.
•material, Ccihiiot be beat.
flp     ..„     >-■-■  'gfCl •„  n H|n|D        W\     g"*1   '",     n*n       a^TlpDO       * ]   fi
vvitlp fjnot yA imya. nm
!*•-• i;,; ""O" v& yyg"tyyffiflyyyyy3y:°s
THESE C000S we are
' bound to sell wl*|ile
they remain the patterns
of ihe season,. We prefer -lo mark them dowr*
n,ow, ar*id let our regular
customers have the advantage of th,e cut, rath,-
er th.au nave a slaughter
sale some months later
to rnake room for qew
goods. Our display of
Rugs Vand i Art   Squares'•:'
*.l'"",»   ,-* "'  ^%l'iP-,*.T''i"j- ■»"*■'. ■■■
is the. finest  ever seen
**>V;" *S"j;^„n»* v"iVS>."«. ""v*.
m^Kootet-iay; ,YTh,ey Yarev
received „" direct „f roiiii ljtheY
eastern importers so that
in  buying from  us you
headquarters.* ^v<lVa*
Snm  "      ".rf-71 a    '    *n    lj   va^py*   n   a^.PnP-^flP.", aP   a!?.'
When Advertised
At "Auction Prices" should be
auction price means the highest
purchaser can be induced to pay.
New Spring Designs
left  alone.-    An
price which the
In Axminsters of the best quality, with or without
borders. British and Canadian makes.
Brussels and Velvet Pile
Suitable for draAving-rooms, dining-rooms, lialls or
stairs, with or Avithout borders.
Tapestry and Patent Tapestry,
Union   art   squares,  Japanese
Smyrna and Tecumseh rugs.
squares   and  rugs,
s^E^'-v'Of A ba^f^Tiage*^^ from.
?"a ;I:«:^Ra^tauYShairs'° and":''.rpcker:f y:*YYY'. (yyy.
".■Large^comfortable;-fiedroomsiancfc flrst-clasii idimngi
""oom.»Samplo ipoma.for! commercial1 men. *   ■    "
: .°l«-"" *«":.°^,"°y\i .".y"... °»r.  .  y. -.\".y ..• - ."■
E'^T'BS" ®"2, *;PEEi?E)Afr
linportors of .Shelf and Heavy "Hardwftrei
si whjtnt u.
A largo stock of flrs.t-cliiss, dry material on Kand„a,lso
a, full lino, 6£ sash, doors, mouldings, tjii'iicd. work; etc.
€, C;
LnQx ofY(,J)"c ftdyal Hbtei, <3°alg(try,
&*:^r£iKti^ lias been
^'Si".#-^ingj:iv,.laJEjgpSptpc*J,oi^-hand; AveYA\*ill be able to
W*^-#W^'$^ of miv
"(•^yepnipetitffX'sypy.^^ of
$1150 -»-* $1750
1st Prize 2nd Prize
Free-for-all  .$200    $100
Slocan race...........    'f§     - 25
Pony race.     50        25
AU KizuH of diinqiision tifnlJer and all kinds of liiinbor
6ut to, (irdci'Yiiihl Khippcd to Nolson iii enrloitd loJ-s%
Write for price?'."
r|. D. HUME, Manager.
Plumbers, etc., Opera House Block, Nolson
Caledonian   Sports
Gold Medal for Best All-Round Athelete
Fpr Further Particulars Apply to Secretary, Silverton, B.C.
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.
First-class board and room. Todd's old stand, corner
Ward and Carbonate streets, in rear of English church.
Heated by steam. Table board §J, room and board 55
and §5.50.
A collection of fine Belgium Canaries for sale.
ThO.fljiektliptcl in (lie interior:.
Largo-saniplo rdortis.,  Steam heat and clecU'ic light.
RETAIL  STORED AT ,■..]/,'.    : ._.f-r„ ....../"r.;-.
Nelson,   Trail,  Ymir, Kasioj New Denver,; Sandon^^iiyei;t^^Ca^£^aV
Cijty,  Grand  Forks,   Midway, Greenwood and S°ii;dar.v
Head Office^ Nefean, |J.
The only liotolih J^elson that has remained under one
nianagcuient since 1890.
The bed-rooms are well ftiniinhed and lighted by
Tho dining-room is not second to any in Kootenay.
Tho bar is always slocked by tho best domestic iind
imported liqtiors and cigars.
THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.
Two and a half miles up tho Outlet from Nelson.
West Kootenay Bufeher 0%
CJDT?PTATWTI?0.     Sp^ng Chickens, Fresh Cream,
OrjEilllAIJlliLiJ.     Pure Milk, Fresh-Laid Eggs.
All of which arc 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 either road or water.
Largo and well lighted Heated by hot air
Reasonable rates Sample rooms
Klcctric 'bolls and light in every room
Renovated and refurnished throughout
.   J. V.PKRKS, Proprietor
Free bug meets all trains
Hourly street car to station.
Revelstoke, B. C.
BaRer Street, Jjelson   E. C. TRAVES, HfoMgl
ORDKRS IJY mail recuivk careful and prompt AnTKNTIQN.
Just Received
Big Carload
Also New Picture arjd Room Mouldings, New Curtain IVJaterials in Silk, Damask, etc.
Jfew Uph,olstry Coverin,gs-a Large Variety, [lew Carpets, Oilcloths, etc.
New Furniture
QPFHIAITIFQ-  upholstering, picture framing,
Ull-UlflL. B II. U i ALL   BY   SKILLED   ]
Only Address, Applewhaite Block, Eaker Street West, Corner Kootenay
Nelson Furniture  Go
For Undertaking ai\d Enbalqing the Leading Establishrrier-t in Kootenay.
0 THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C,  WEDNESDAY, MAY  o  o.  1899.  Do You Wfisty to Dye?  If so, remember we can supply you  with the necessary material and full  instructions how to make a clean job  of it. We carry a full line of Diamond   Dyes   and  Maypole Soap   Dyes  LOCAL   NEWS   AND   GOSSIP.  U/. f. Jeetzel &.  CORNER DAKRIt AND JOSRPIIINB STREETS. NKLSON  Neck Dressings  Are the most important part of man's spring "get up."  His 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       All    1/CD    THE UP-TO-DATE  .    M.     ^ILrVClri       FURNISHER, NELSON  MORE than halfYthev.p^  Y     street,' aridl:allJA5fef5\iait2"Hs;  groceries and  Tr  and* pay -cashlYt-filefe^  cent on, the pncer^f;^ ���2^*spei7��;cent{ Qn.^the  wear and; tear-o^shpe Jerft^ ]\  "    ,."] ^  n    "^ " " .y':.yy"A  yfy *;::���;..M^mO&MMVk.  A minors' union h:is boon f'oi'im-rf by  tlio minors employed at tlio Silver King  mino. It is undorstood tliat 120 of' tlio  minors liavo become members of the organization.  The price of ftxoliorjuor stock has advanced aj,rain, some transactions liaviiijj*  taken place yostordiiy at thirteen cents.  Tho advance is supposed to have been  caused by the improved appearance of  (lie drift from the main tunnel. In tlio  breast of the drift the led^e is now four  feet eitfht inches, and the vnluesqndieate  that the ore chute upon wliich the shaft  has boon sunk is boiiitf entered.  Tlie trial run of the 250-Loii blast furnace at the Hall Alines smelter has proved  satisfactory, and the furnace was blown  out last night.  The lirst four cars of coke from tho  Crows Nest Coal Company's coke ovens  which were consigned to the Lo Roi  Company's smelter at JSTorthport were  entered in the customs as having a value  of $3(50. ���  The McLean brothers, who have been  contracting on tho Robson-Penticton  road, have returned the bulk of tlieir  grading outfit to Spokane. It was valued  at$l.i)G3..  H. ANY C. .Jackson, .secretary of tlie  Rossland Board of Trade, writes to tlie  secretary of the South Kootenay board  that so far none but favorable replies  have been received upou the subject of  the joint conference of all the boards of  trade throughout Kootenay. So soon as  a date that will be convenient for all can  be decided upon for the holding of the  conference, it Avill be announced.  During the month of April the A-alue  of the dutiable goods imported through  the port of Nelson "was $32,745. The  revenue of the port* for the month was  $07-13.74.  C. W. Riley, foreman at the Athabasca  mine, left yesterday evening for Grenfell,  Manitoba,, where he will remain for a  month. Y  Paul Johnson is at Daulton, California,  building a copper smelter. He will be iu  British Columbia in five'"'weeks td build  and manage a smelter for the British  Columbia, Copper Company, Limited.  Martin O'Reilly did not go east7 on  Monday evening, as announced exclusively in Tiii^Tribune. He remained in  Nelson to decorate the windows iu his  store in a'unique and artistic manner.  The owners of Gray's inillsdiave secured  thirty-eight tons and carried thirty-five  ounces silver to the ton and seventy-two  per cent lead. The concentrates were  consigned to the Pugot Sound Reduction  AVorks at Mverett, and were valued at  $1373.77.  Tho conditions which will be attached  to the sower contract of .losias Thompson will be that the work will bo commenced by May 5tli and bo completed bv  .luno Kith.  Tho collect.ions of the port of Nelson  for Monday amounted to $I'I1S.3!).  Do You Know  What  Summer  Jewelry  Embraces?  If you don't you should see  the complete line which I have  just received direct from the  manufacturers of the east. If  you want to keep up with the  fashion you will bear this in  mind. There are TORTOISE  COMBS the like of which have  never been seen before in this  province; SHOPPING BAGS  in the latest designs and materials; BELTS of all kinds;  BLOUSE BUTTON SETS of  every description, and bracelets  in silver, gold and plate.  Competitors  Cannot  Catch  Y5s*"tfss.YS"Y"^^iY"f y.sfff^.yy"T.y.y."f7,  NELSON, B. C.  KASLO, B. C.  SANDON, B. C.  DEALERS IN  helf and Heavy Hardware  SOLE AGENTS FOR  Giant Powder  TRUAX  ORB  OARS  Canton Drill Steel  CARRY IN STOCK;  Jessop's Steel, Iron, Coal  Pipes, and Fittings  Giant, Caps and Fuse  Tools, Cutlery, Tin  and Woodenware 0  Stoves, Ranges,  Iron, Steel,  Sheet  Iron, T-Rails  Paints, Oils, Glass  NELSON STORE AND OFFICE:   Corner Baker and Josephine Sts.  NELSON WAREHOUSE:   Corner Hall Street and City Wharf.  A Coat of Paint  WILL ADD   TO  THE   SELLING  VALUE   OF  V A SHABBY  LOOKING   HOUSE  fSTO  -'  ,      " -EAST END $R0G"ER*f "STORE^\Y��� :,���*  "��  'West Block, BakeriuSt^(B%*t���'*E|a?t;.N8lsqri,;���B.*��p.  HAJt^U.OK-iEIISriDS   OF  canvas; (Goo^DSi  FANCY SMIM XlUR3^S:|!dli  verandahs M^rniims  ���tofli eijTiul]>*\vrll��;be D&uoVclit. to '"Kelsoncon  /Tliiirscl.a^^.aug.; ��$e$c&e? . tp.p ^.-nnifelmfg  ^tW^Fe^^ -,.":" ��    ."  Is-jaefiiSVpf nepi'J^eii1*i.!atps,';t'i[oin tlie ^'opet'ties  ����� jvliicli heiaMiei'Jitiiig iiv .-"the 7jMiisn\\!oi*tli.  ��'ca,inp.Yv The -last* sh ipnfeii'l" 'ififioi in ted.-to.  WANTED  W\N 1] P���Goodgcnoi il scrv mt, foi funib of three,"  nocluldicn   it *���< mn  Hcdlij  Nolson Ii i  Applj   lo   Mis  Apph   it icsuluicc Qf R-. It,;  tjvew,  ALL SIZES OF TENTS MT ST,0.(j*k      ���    "  ��� .Baker Street, oppobite poslollicc", Nelson  mjBamQ>^ i^E^kiDsoiM"  W. P. DICKSON  fe H. Hi APPBEWHAITB  J. McPHEB  and  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  LComplejta'BlectiMd, Equlpinentij for Electric Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Pells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  "P. O, Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, p. C.  LONDON AND BRITISH COLUMBIA GOLDFIELDS, Ltd.  HEAD OFFICE,   LONDON,   ENGLAND.  WAN I I D���V  Sc \ int fen I  \ onion stictt  FOR   SALE -**-*-"*-���  HOUSI    md thicc lots Nos   > (   nnd 7  Hloc k ifi. Mill  stiect \clson 13 G    I oi full nit tun us tpply tp  A Minson Gioic Hold  nc u J oitShcppud stition.  '^''"'���''���'Mi^mtyy  p^i^^^y.vjyis^^th^'rega  '      .        '��� AT" 2Wcl.0tf&"P.?M.y 1    ���..���-������  ^S  ^^      When you make up your mind to use a little Paint/  ^]V bear in  mi nel that we   carry a complete   stock   of afl  kinds   of  Paints,    Oils,   Varnishes,  and   Stains,   also  Kalsomines,  Kalsominc Brushes and Painters Brushes  Shelf and Heavy Hardware  Mining* Supplies T Rails  THE LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.  FOlt SALl ���An old stoic front  *\Iid on Jiikci street Nelson  Apph to   1 heddoro  - ^Tllfe'iijhaersigfted lia�� .fnstiijus'iiQ^s 't<5"�� offer  "lOr- salfeYit-puBlit)* auctipn:- n Twelffi W'ig.dhs  (brand, new and riGV<6r :used), from 2J to 3f  i'helr ;i3C;les5 and.: a'"mjsfce'l]aii��o*&/]$}* ;of aieck  yol^cs; wliijlple-tuec^, liox'efi, spring ��Qafc|j-Vii.sli  poles in the trough, oak f'eaclies, all lpiigfcjis, ,  .etc. Saie'to take place in front of If. B.  Y^siic*;'offc!s 'bkeksmith0 shop, oii Kill .street,-,  "NelSon.    Terms Cash.  C. A- 'WATEiWAN & C0.,; Auc^rtnqers.  :i||li  Biy.LJWLMll^EfiI  OUR MAMMOTHUSTOCK OF  Oup Specialties  Y ���  ���:poam;qii{;:Ra'*nt ^a'lW-'an'd'./shllifn'gisV'-Be  '"sT^aS-^l^rays^phMariaij^t..- l-ffi -��;--��". ."."^ "���( "Xj#>  "b��.", 7"^i�� ; ,����- "i"��_." �� ��-"wft"$.c: ���i��v^��i*'",v���:l,'n.���^- .'���:". r^i  ��� %. js���P^'se���&j;SajilbSjpnn,K'Ufef^  fcoffeeH, ���:"' ���"y^yv, ;:,���; T/J-TS/ .v/^x*fc^       ���* ^  "J,    'ChVi sn.t"ieyBr-o*$ n:$*nd ^Bat't,��Lrso��n^M|S(duiteV,; ��-  :��� ,, lDr:o"E��se' ,&!yBiaqjkweiiv^ptph".an"a,��7KlllleK  ������jM'a^malades.IsJfja'niSj-ete*.;,: sy., ���".".��� ���     '".- ��� �� -:"�� ]���"("��� ���,  "���iilan'dlpO'lie""^ 'Ganiidfn"JFi'en'eh7Eeas-:and;'  IVT-ushroo'ilfsY '������.'     '  '"      '���:������'" "'   "       "   "\'y?"",]".".'  "   "Piefeies, ,Sau'ces,>S[pic'esi���:5e*te. '���.",.���.���.-y"./'������.'.'  "    ,A .ear. .pit.' AsJriej-pfi"'Po*t&tooe)sYahd'.st'-cai?"of-  Mixed .Grdeeries jiist in.      " 'x.^  Two '��e"ar;S' o'f ,Cur(bciceVy�� on; ihe ".rciads'���  A trial order sdlieited*   Pipices rig-ht.  DSHOES  EVERYTHING IN THE SljOE LINE  All communications relating 10 British Columbia business to be addressed to P. O. Drawer  505, Nelson, British Columbia  J. RODERICK ROBERTSON, General Manager \   Klt-..  oAm     d   /-\  S. S FOWLER, E;M., Mining Engineer '   lYfcLoLNN,   t>. U.  See that your Royal Seal Cigars  ARE NOT EASTERN IMITATIONS  BUT AKE MADE BY  THE KOOTEIAY CI&AB MANUFACTUBIM COMPANY  2(i AND 28 WEST JUJvKU STREET. NKLSON  Telephone 10.   R O, Box K & W.      Baker street VTest, Nelson  of -isrEiLSoisr, b. o.  m BBMMANl KEB MILLM CO., Ltd.  "WHOLESALE   J^IKT}   EETAIL  sz^-t; GrJR-Ainsr, ^deeidv etc.  Write for quotations on cur IoIh.      -���   "E3"E3IjS03Sr     B_ C-  Builders and contractors can now secure  the best lime on the market at.  70 Cents per 100 Lbs  CALL   AND   INSPECT  FOR SALE  BUSINESS ANM mCSII>EN'rrAL  I'KOI'KIltV  The West f^ootenay Brick & Lime Co,, Ltd.  Baker Street.        T. G. PROCTOR, Manager  STEINWAY  The  Standard   Piano  of the World.  N0RDHEIMER  The Artistic Piano of  Canada.  ART AND MUSIC CO., Nelson, Agents.  3d by  120, Bakor street, between .losdpliinc  and  Ward streeis $SO\fO  50 by ISO, Baker street, between Josephine nnd Hall  streets , ��     ,    1500  50 by 120, Baker street, between Josephines and Hall  streets, corner ; ,   tSQn  30 by 120, Kiuit Baker street     800  25 by 120 \vith improvements, south side of Vernon  street..   5000  50 by 120 with Improvements, south side of Vornon  street  ���.,    (5000  2 lots and largo house beautifully furnished (sua' ).. 3500  2 lots with cottage rented at $15 per,month, Victoria  street    3500  1 lot with cottage rented at ��15 per month, Victoria  street ::...,   2500  2 loU with cottage rented nt ��20 per month, Victoria  street  *.   3000  0 lots in block 141), all cleared and fenced in    2500  0-i'OOm house and 10 lols set out iii orchard    1100  2 lots and improvements. 52 head of cows, 2 horses,  wagons, sleighs, harness, and everything in connection with Hurry's milk ranch     5500  For general information on real estate and for further  particulars on above property apply to  AAT-A_E,ZD BBOS.  Beal Estate and General Agents, Baker St.. Nelson  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, between Josephine and  .      : .Hall streets, Nelson.  AIEA1.S AT ALL HOURS, DAY OU NIGHT ���'-  BAKICKY IN CONNKOTION    ���  FAMILY AND 1'ASTKY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITK HELP EMPLOYED  ���R.      33:TJttl=l~X;      PEOPBIBTOE  Just Unloaded  a Car of  Quality away up  Prices below the lowest  CANADIAN CURE  ABERDEEN BLOCK  N?ELSON, B.C.  sBHsay & Go,  Cream  Sodas  WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED  A fresh consignment of Maple Leaf Cream Sodas received  direct from the factory, put up in 3-pound boxes. Also  a full line of tho Toronto Biscuit and Confectionery  Company's Sweet Biscuits. Don't forget that we handle  Blue Kibbon Tea.  JOHN A, IRVING & CO.  Baker Street West, Nelson, 13. C.  SPECIAL ATTENTION  Have just received a consignment of Harris home  made tweeds from Talbot Harris, Scotland.  FEED J. SQUIBE, Baker St. Nelson  -I  The supply Is limited, so call oarly and examine this Hlnok.


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