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Array A  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO  DOLLARS A YEAR  i  EIGHTH TEAR  NELSON:  TUESDAY MORNING, JANUARY 30,  1900.  PRICE  FTVE  CENTS.  MARTIN'S LOST CONFIDENCE  In the Seinlin Government.  VifToin.., January 20-[Special  to the Tribune].���This was a day of  routine in the legislature, good progress being miido -with many bills.  That to amend tlio Jurors Act provides for the, payment of giand  jurors, in accordance with many  representations made from all parts  of the province.  A question on the subject brought  out the information that the crown  grants issued for the British Columbia Southern land subsidy, already  stated to have been made under  pressure of threat to close down  the Crow's Nest colliery operations,  were for (51.1,533 acres.  The Vancouver electric and gas  companies are vigorously protesting  against the proposal to so amend  the city's charter as to abolish tlio  requirement of compensation in  the case the city undertakes similar enterprises on its own account,  and also the power sought to be  obtained to compel the placing of  all wires underground.  Joe Martin gives notice of a  want-of-eonfidenee resolution, based  on the, Deadman's Island affair.  Since he cannot hope for' the support of the opposition as a body on  this issue, the ex-attorney-general  no doubt brings ib up as'a peg upon  which to hang sin indictment of his  successful rival for tho; mastery of  the administration.  be increased from $2,000,000 to  $-1,000,000. ItisalsosaidthatMr.ConV  nors may be chosen president of tho  company, if he desires position. The  Canadian k Inland Transportation  Company was chartered a year ago  by the Canadian parliament, and  has a very extensive and sweeping  franchise, permitting the company  to maintain an international common carrier business, to carry passengers as well as grain and general  freight; also to erect warehouses,  elevators, docks and piers wherever  it may desire to do so, within tho  territory of the Dominion. It is  also permitted to sell or abandon  such properties at any time. The  company has leased offices in Montreal, und i.s quite likely to establish branch offices in Duluth, Chicago and Buffalo.  TALE OF WARREN'S DEFEAT  FORTY THOUSAND MORE MEN  Raised for Service.  January    29.���History  Want to Increase the Number.  Viotouia, January 21.���-Thecommittee of -citizens, appointed at the  public meeting last week in connection with the provincial offer of  troops for South Africa, met today  and decided to start a movement  to have private enterprise supplement the provincial government's  offer, so as to biing the total number of scouts to 2.")0 iu place of 100.  This would remove the objection  - raised   by   .Dominion    government  . that  there is no space available on  transports   already   arranged   for,  "* and that* 100 men .would bo too  small a contingent to jus. Sif y special  transport. It was resolved to undertake "to laise in Victoria fifty  men of ihe extra hundred and fifty  suggested. All other cities in the  province will be invited to cooperate. '   Two Miners Drowned.  VirT0i-i.\,  January 29.���Captain  IIan.-*en and James Moir  have, met  death by drowning near   Kyoquot,  on   the   West    Coast,   their   boat  swamping on the way to their mining camp  at  Capo  Cook, near  by.  Hansen was a ..ernian  who joined  the  ranks  of  the Victoria  sealers  after his schooner, under  tho  (_er-  man iiag, had got into serious trouble with   tho .Russians  for raiding  ���their  sealing  grounds.    He  had  a  weakness   for  this form  of  cuter-  prise, and  two  years after establishing in  Victoria  he was caught  red-handed raiding on   the  United  __Statos r_ookeries_oii__tlie  Bribyioff-"..-  To the sealing fleet he was known  as  the  "Flying   Dutchman"  from  the.mystery constantly  enveloping  Lis movements*.  Offer Will Bo Accepted.  VicToniA, January 2S.���The official acceptance of British Columbia's offer of a mounted troop ot  one hundred men for South Africa  is promised on Monday by Dr. Borden, federal minister of militia and  defence, in a telegram today to_pre-  liifor Seinlin. The acceptance wouhI  have been forwarded earlier but for  difficulty in arranging transport.  Recruiting will probably commence  next week, and be rushed as much  as possible.  Has" No Sympathy for Boers.  Victoria January 29.���Captain  Cliristensen, the well-known pilot  of this city, characterizes as an absolute fake the story appearing in  tho Montreal Star that he presided  at a meeting of Boer sympathizers  in Victoria, at which subscriptions  iu aid of the cause were made. He  says lie knows nothing of any such  meeting, and that his sympathies  are with the British side, as his  record during 3(5 years' residence in  Victoria would indicate.  To b<  .��������� Loxnox,  pause- for a time iu South Africa.  It is one of tho unsatisfactory  pauses that are nearly as trying to  British nerves as a sequence of reverses, and apparently it will terminate only when lord Roberts  gives the word for the movement  into the Free State, which, according to the most cheerful view, he  will be unable to do for a fortnight.  Whether he Avill permit geueral  Buller to make another attempt'to  relieve.Ladysmith is quite outside  the knowledge even of those closely  connected with the war office. With  the troops due to arrive next  month, ho may think himself strong  enough to.try two large operations.  Combining'the forces under general Methuen, French and Gatacre,  and adding to them the arriving  troops, lord Roberts would have  70,000 men for the invasion of the  Free State, with 10,000 to 50,000  guarding communications, and 10,-  000 trying to rescue Ladysmith.-  The public burns with impatience  that something should be done, but  there is nothing- to-1.se done but  to wait on the preparation's.  The government's declaration in  parliament, the counter suggestions  of those outside the government,  and the consequent discussion in  the press and on the platform, will  immediately en thrall public interest.  The thing on wliich everybody  seems   agreed   is  that more   men  Driven Out By Boer Fire.  London, January 29.���A special  dispatch from Frere camp, dated  Friday, January 20th, says : "I have  just ridden in here, having left  geueral Buller's forces in the new  positions south of the Tugela, to  which they retired in consequence  of the reverse at Spion Kop. The  lighting both before and after the  occupation of the mountain Avas of  a" desperate character.  Spion Kop is a precipitous mountain, overtopping the whole line of  kopjes and the upper Tugela. On  the eastern side the mountain faces  Mount Alyo and Potgier's drift,  standing at right angles to the Boer  central position and Lyttleton's advanced position. The southern  point descends in abrupt steps to  the lower line of kopjes on the  western side, opposite the right  outposts of Warren's force, it is  steep to the point where the nek  joins the kop to the main range.  Then there is a gentle slope which  Carlton and .lieutenants A. W. Forster and J. Wj.' Baldwin of the  staff. Captain .It. A. Bettiiig-  ton r-.l lieutenant Howard of  Thorr croft's : Mounted Infantry;  captflL. Coleman, Imperial Light  Infantry. J  Missing���Captains W. F. Elmslie-  Hicks and G." B. French, Second  Lancashire Fusileers; major C. A.  Carton, Secoud^Itoyal Lancashire.1.;  lieutenant Hower-Ellis, Thorny-  croft's Mounted Infantry.  NEW SOLICITOR APPOINTED  must. go. Twenty thousand, two  hundred and twenty-two men, and  155 guns'are at sea, and 11,000 infantry and 9000 cavalry, including  5000 yeomanry, are practically  ready to embark. Therefore, the  government, without" doing more,  can place at ihe disposal of lord  Roberts -10,000 additional men, aud  155 guns.  The further purposes of the, war  office are supposed to embrace  somewhere in the neighborhood of  -10.000 men. As tho indication is  that candidates will be rather  scarce, tlio war office will issue  .orders ibi-the reservist-ij-who-wcre  found unfit at the previous mobilization examinations to report for  fintlu_r examination. Applicants  for cavalry service are still freely  offering as yeomanry.  General Buller's operation-, has  cost 912 men so, far, officially reported within ten days.' Applying  to the 200 Spion Kop casualties reported today, the rule of proportion,  the loss of officers indicate probably  500 casualties yet to come. The  total casualties of the war, compiled from official reports are 9523,  nearly a division. Of these 2480  are killed, 1811 wounded, and the  rest prisoners. ,Thc aggregate  -British home trpops in South  Africa number 110,000, the Natal  T15S and Cape Colony 21,000.  Connors Makes Things Move.  . JirKFAho, January 29.���The Commercial today says : The American  A: Canadian syndicate, represented  by William B. Connors of Buffalo,  lias acquired the valuable franchise  owned by the Canadian k Inland  Transportation Company, and the  capital stock of the company  will  Fatal Boiler Explosion.  PiTTsT.t'l-.;, Januaiy 29. ��� The  steel department of Phillips, Ni-  mick <S_ Go's, rolling mill, on West  Carson street, was completely  wrecked, and a dozen men were injured by an explosion of a battery  of four large boilers this afternoon.  Five men were mutilated, almost  beyond recognition, and one or two  more deaths may result. The roof  of the boiler room was completely  lifted from the building, and the  flying iron and steel fell iu all  directions. The men were crushed  Lo the ground on the spot, where  they were attending to the rolls.,  and those beside the boilers were  scalded by the escaping steam.  The cause of the explosion cannot  be known until a thorough investigation is made. No estimate of the  property loss could lie made today.  allows easy access to the summit  The nek was strongly held by  the Boers, who also occupied a  heavy spur, parallel with the kop,  where the enemy was concealed in  no fewer than thirty-five rifle pits,  and was thus enabled to bring to  bear upon our men a damaging  cross fire, the only possible point  for a British attack being the south  side, with virtually a sheer precipice on the left and right.  A narrow footpath, admitting  men in single file only, to the summit opeiis into a perfectly flat  tableland, probably of 300 square  yards area, upon which the Boers  had hastily commenced to make a  traverse trench. Our men were  able to occupy the further end of  this table land, where the ridge descends to another flat, which was  again succeeded by a round stony  eminence, held by the Boers in  great strength.  Tho,ridge held by our men was'  faced by a number of strong little  kopjes, at all angles., whence the  Boers sent a concentrated fire from  their rifles, supported by a maxim,  Nordenfeldt, and a big long range  gun. What with the rifles.and the  machine guns, the bill-unit was converted Into, a perfect hell., The  shells exploded' continually in. our  ranks, and the rifle fire, from an absolutely unseen enemy, was perfectly appalling.  Reinforcements were hurried up  by general Warren, but they 'had  to cross a .stretch of fiat ground,  which was literally torn up by the  flying lead of the enemy. The unfinished trench on the summit gave  very questionable shelter, as tbe  enemy's machine guns were so accurately ranged upon the place  that often sixteen shells fell iu the  trench in a single miuYite. Mortal  man could not permanently hold  such a position. Our gallant fellows held it tenaciously for twenty  hours, and then, taking advantage^  ofT flarkiiesVabTindoirecl���if_to���the  enemy.  London,.January 30., 12:45 a.m.���  The war office announces that no  further news has been leceived  from South Africa, except a report  from Lord Roberts, that the .situation is unchanged.  Loxnox, January 29.-~.The casualty list in the .Spion Kop engagement i.s published by the war office  as follows: Killed���Staff captain F.  M. Virtue, captain S. M. Stewart,  lieutenants' F. 11: Mullock and M  Fraser, Second ' Lancashire Fusileers; captain C. Muriel, lieutenants  AV. Lawley and H. A. AValsh,  Second Middlesex; major A. J. Boss,  captain M. W. Kirk and lieutenant  A. M. Wade, Second Lancashire  regiment; lieutenant Pipe-Wolfer-  stan, Second King's Scottish Borderers; captain C. G. Birch and lieutenant F. 31. It, Rachael, First  South Lancashires: lieutenant II.  W. Garvey, First Borderers; captains Hon. W. II. Petre and C. S. N.  Knox-Gore, and lieutenants C. G.  Grenfell, P. F. Newman, P. S. Mc-  Corquodale and Hill-Trevor, Thor-  noycroft's Mounted Infantry; lieutenants Randall and Knocksehand,  Imperial Light Infantry.  Wounded --- Colonel I_.Iou__f.c1d  (taken prisoner), major W. It1. Wal-  lock and lieutenants fi. S. Wilson  and L. 10. Charton, Second Lancashire Fu'-ilcers; major T. W. Scott-  MoncricfT and captains G. W. Sa-  villc, R. Dell. Burton, G. W. Bent-  ley, Second Middlesex; captain W,  Sandbach and lieutenant A. Dykes,  J. A. Nixon and G. It. Stephens,  second Lancashires; geueral Wood-  gate (dangerously),   captain F. M.  KRUCERS DEMANDS GROW  Will Require British Territory.  Berlin, January 29.���To the correspondent of the Associated Press,  who interviewed him today, Dr.  Leyds made; the following statement: "I know-nothing about the  reported' missions, of- either Macrum  or Webster Dnvi.*-. Nor, to the best  of my knowledge, is either the bearer of a message of peace.   There are  no movements under way on our  part to induce.president McKiniey  to intervene between Great Britain  arid-.the Transvaal. As I. do not  have at present* direct, communication with Pretoria, I do not kuow  what MontagheTWhite's mission is,  : except to establish diplomatic rela-  ?tions with the IJi.ited States.  "All thistaik; about peace is sadly premature. -JGreat Britain surely  .will not succumlXiVow, neither will  we. While we are talking here, it  may be that a-decisive battle is being fought there, for I presume lord  Roberts has withdrawn the troops  from around Ladysmith, and is  niassiug them. ,-for a formidable  coup." _ ' ��� " -,' ...,.y; '.".  Dr. Leyds repeated his former declaration, that the Boers when .conch-ding peaces would .want back  part at least ��� of the territories  which England,! "stole from the  Boers." c He rather expects also that a harbor south  of Mozambique will go to the  Transvaal. '"For-our legitimate extension," he added, "we need free  access to the sea." He asserted  .emphatically th.-Vt.Qne condition of  peace would'be the recognition of  the absolute independence of the  Tran s vaa I.   Hagler Was Committed.  Still-Ion l'.ty_troalr.  The case against William Hagler,  secretary of the Sandon Miners'  Union, had its hearing at Sandon  on Friday. W. A. Macdonald' defended Hagler, while I-1. L. Christie,  acting in the interest of the Payne  company, prosecuted,  Mr. Hand was  the first witness  called, and under  the  guidance of  Mr. Christie, brought put a story of  the proceedings of the  evening of  the 14th. when the unlawful assembly   i.s   purported   to have   taken  place.    The intention  of   his   evidence was  to prove   that   Hagler  used abusive and   threatening  language, both to himself and  others  present.    Cross-examined   by   Mr.  Macdonald, he  acknowledged  that  he was armedJiimself;_th_iLt_he_sa\v,  "no "armed   persons   in   the   party  vy'hich accompanied Mr. Hagler, and  that" outside   of   being    violently  abusive    the    language* was   not  threatening; iu fad, that   they did  not jostle or   threaten   him   with  bodily harm in any way.  > George Hughes was  next called.  His    evidence   .substantiated    21r.  Hand's in the main  features.      lie  also intimated  that the language  u*-ed toward Mr. Hand was nob the  kind   taught   by   the   missionary  societies, but he.nlsodisclainiedany  knowledge of  any   (brents  of per-'  -jonal violence.  John' Daly, bookkeeper for the  Payne, was also on the scene at thi.  time, and his evidence was re.juisi-  tioned by the prosecution. His  story was .-.inular to that of Messrs.  Hand and Hughes.  After cross-examing DaJy, 2Ir.  Macdonald called on Peter McDonald, Robert Morrison and it. G. McLean to give their version of the  affair. They are members of the  miners' union and consequently  presented the other side of* the case  but the substance was the same, i.e.  that Hand was called by some  rather unconventional epithets, but  no war dances were perpetrated or  flank movements indulged in.  After hearing all the evidence,  which took from 2 o'clock in the  afternoon until midnight, magistrate Lilly reserved bis decision  until 10:30 Saturday morning when  he committed the accused to stand  his trial at the next court of competent jurisdiction. The effect of  this will be that secretary Hagler  will probably be tried at the Nelson  assize court in May next.  At Last Evening's Council Meeting.  The city council met last night,  mayor Houston, aldermen Arthur,  McKillop, Hall and Wilson being in  attendance.  A communication was read from  Macdonald & Johnson regarding the  agreement between the city and  the C. P. R. It requested that the  city should take steps to remove  squatters from the land in issue  and expedite the transfer thereof.  The council authorized the mayor  to dispose of the shack now stand-;  on the property'used as a pound,  and that Macdonald & Johnson  draw up the necessary documents  for submission to the council.  Hon. J. Fred Hume wrote, acknowledging the receipt of suggested amendments to the water  clauses act.  Stutter & Etter applied for permission to cut ice on the city reservoir, which was refused.  L. A. Campbell wrote offering to  supply the city with electric power  from the Bonningtoii Falls plant.  As the matter had been dealt with  at a previous meeting of the council, the letter was filed.  The council proceeded to ballot  for the position of city solicitor.  The only application filed was from  P. E. Wilson, who was appointed  on a division of 4 votes to 1, the  other ballot being east in favor of  S. S..Taylor, Q. C.  Communications from the city  clerk.of New Westminster, and the  manager of the Electric Lighting  Company at Vancouver, with information regarding water meter  rates in operation at these points  were read and filed for future use.  Aldermen Arthur and Hall moved that assistant city clerk Wasson  be_ appointed city treasurer and  that he be required to furnish a  bond for the sum of $5000 in a  .guarantee company doing business  in British Columbia. Carried.  _ "Aldermen Hall and Wilson moved  that all city checks be^signed by  the'chairman of the finance committee and the mayor.    Carried. ���  Mayor -Houston put himself on  record as strongly of-opinion that  all officials who handled city money  should be required to give bonds.  The recommendation was favorably  received, and on motion of aldor-  men Arthur and McKillop it was  resolved that the mayor, city clerk  and collector of city rates and taxes  must furnish bonds of $5000 each.  Aldermen Wilson and Hall moved  that the advertisement for tenders  for macadamizing Baker street,  timber for wharf, supplies for same  and construction of same be inserted in the daily papers for three  insertions, and in the weekly paper  one insertion.    Carried.  Martin O'Jlielly requested the  city council to place a sidewalk on  the east side of Hall street from  Mill to Latimer, and also drew,the  council's attention to the fact that  .a.bhaek-wa-s standing- on-the roadway in front of his residence. The  matter was referred to the board of  ���works.   '  Alderman Hall reported on behalf of the .special committee named  by the mayor at last meeting, that  they had secured the Nelson, Coke  k Gas Company's recently vacated  office on Kootenay street at $15 per  month for the purpose of holding  police court sessions, and recommended that a portion of the reere-  litioii grounds be fenced for storing  .material belonging to tlio city, The  report was adopldd, nnd a resolution  passed authorizing the mayor to,  make .such arrangements a.-, are  ncces-ary to carry tiie report into  effect.  A check for $339.07 freight on a  shipment of wire via the C. P. R.  was authorized.  The mayor .suggested that ".oiuc  decision be arrived at in the matter  of water rates, as the end of the  month was close at hand and the  citizens would be anxious to know  definitely what was to be done.  His idea was that the original  schedule should be adopted, with a  should be compelled to  connect at  once.  While discussing the water rates  topic informally, alderman AVilson  remarked: "I know one thing, P.  Burns k Company get water much  cheaper in Nelson than at any other  point in the Kootenay."  In future all consumers will be  notified by the second day of each  month as to the amount of water  rates.  Alderman Arthur gave notice  that at the next meeting of council  he would introduce a bylaw to levy  a city road tax.    Carried.  The mayor was authorized to  purchase 500 dog tags.  It was resolved that for the present the old rate of electric light  rates would be adhered to, until  the injector's report came in.  SPENCER WILKINSON TALKS  On the Transvaal Situation.  London, January 30.���Spencer  Wilkinson, in the Morning Post,  says: "Defeat is bitter, but it is  right to face it, and to take reasonable means to turn it into victory.  It   is  wrong  to try to conceal  it  from ourselves. The initiative is  now again with the Boer commander, and.the question is what  will he do next. He will either act  against Ladysmith or against general Buller. In the hitter case pursuit would be useless, for when the  British force is once across the river  again, it will be impracticable for a  small rear guard could prevent pursuit. Much more probable would  be au attack oh Chieveley, before  the return of the main body. Either  that or a fresh assault on Ladysmith may be/recorded in a day  or two."  Mr. Wilkinson then proceeds to  point out the groundlessness of  fears that stragetie suggestions  made in England might be'useful to  the enemy. He says that the censorship stands in the wsiy of any  such benefit io the Boers, and that  moreover if the Boer generals want  .suggestions' tliey- ,ean ��� -easily get  them from the German'press." As  such matters are likely to come  under the attention pf parliament,  he discusses at length questions of  artillery and the like, concluding as  follows: "The measures now  urgently needed are the development of the military resources" of  the country by the initiative of the  government. With 100,000 men 'in  the field, and 50,000 to follow, the  moment has come to push on the.  training of all the troops left at  home, and to raise further troops to  supply the further needs of the  campaign."  LICENSED VITUALLERS DINE  At the Queen's Hotel.  The members of the Licensed  Vituallers' Association held! their  first annual banquet at tho Queen's  hotel last evening, when they  proved theniselve-* to be entertainers of the first order. The  vituallers' banquet differed fiom  most other affairs of the kind which  have taken place in Nelson, in that  there was more fun and less ceremonies in its arrangements. It  proved to be a. most enjoyable entertainment and the office! s of the  association who had its management in band should be thoroughly  satisfied with the result.  E. Ferguson, president of thp  Vituallers' Association, piesided  and --around the tables weie the  following : Mayor Houston, N. T.  Macleod, F. - W. S wannell, J.- R.  Rowles', David Mori i=, G. T. Thelin,  D. J. McNally, J J. Malone, J.  Neelands, II. J. Evans, Julius R.  Reisterer, P. F. Emei=on, E. Griz-  zelle, August Thomas, William Gos-  nell, Johu Blomberg, James McDonald, E. G. Brown, E. C. Davison,  G. Bartlett, F. Campbell, W. A.  Macdonald, W. J. Wilson, G. A. B.  Hall, E. C; Arthur, Thomas J. Sims,  A. K. Vaughan, P. E. AVilson, J. H.  Forbes, Thomas Madden, Frank  Tamblyn. E. J. Curian, and W. R.  McLean.  The menu was as iollows:  lln'w Oysl ei -  Slib.T}*. - . sour,  -Mullitfiila.viiy. Coiiiommc Kcnul  Bordeaux. i'isii.  li. C.' Salmon. AlbeiU WluK flsli  Sauce .Supreme.      Sauce a 11 Ucch unci.  nKI.ISIIK-  Celeiy.    Cheese.    Green Onion-  Sauleriie.  Lettuce  HOIM-I-  liidi-.-ies.  .'1-icl,  I__l_ -.liiUon, Apple Saurc  .    -....- Tongue, a IlAiikIhic  ....',..'     HKI.I-VI,  Lobster -.I.iyonni.e.       Sliiimp Salad.  CM UI.I S.  kqu Croijiu-tN, .1 la ChanipiKiinus.  Ci-'iim I'-idr., V\ me Sin if _.  j ( niiipoti of I'dcbi'i.  C'hampaifiip. i .soiVI'ti. *.  , Sirloin Of Beef, Vol k-Ti.lic Pudding .  l.reised Cv' -M.... Bieart aa.ife.  SI uflVil Turkey,* Ci.mbei i. s nice,  n.ik.-d Iliini. .Ui-'i'O July  vK..i:TAri_._ s  Plain, Boiled, and JI-_-li-'d Pol. toef-  Krui-Cli Peas.      mir.ii Com  linker! S.\cU Poialo.*.  Two Short Locals.  A meeting of tho Nelson Car  pouters' Ihiion will be held in  the Miners' Union hall on Wednesday for the purpose of electing  officers and the transaction of other  business*. The proceeding., will  commence with an open meeting,  to which all the_carpcnte.i^jn_j.hc_  Tity~afe~invrtecl to attend, whether  members, of the union or not.  The premises shortly to be vacated by the Imperial Bank arc to be  occupied by Crooks & Morris  wholesale tobacconist-. The firm  have stores iu J.ossluud, and Greenwood, but will make-Nel-on tlicii  headquarters in future and will'  ,-ship from this point.  MVI_._T  I'.Vbl II - .  l>eri_ Apple I'll', Whipped (.'rcftiii       I emi-ii i'ie  Miih-U Pie. I-u.-aiixn .'reaiu     Spn'li-li Tulle  (.'l'cun Ch.nlreuse Jelly.   M.ir isclunoJell}  i-i.imlv.fell,.,      Shciiy \\ me Joll*-.  Kniflisli Plum Pii^dii*!,'.-*  rcimliif; J_i iiidj f. uice.  iii.'-ssi.iir  f_i.m_.es.    Apple*..    Hamulus  London Luc lliisiiie.  Witliiuls,   Almonds.   FilUit**     II   i/il Nuts  Li*[.iours.  .*      -McLiiivn'*,f'!ite-e. v  C'lTe .Voir,  .Vlliskj and .-sodii ard Cttf.irs  The toast list was not vcty  lengthy, so there was no necessity  for racing through with it, and  many of the company being in good  voice the very pleasant di\ei"-on  wus participated in in the tinging  of well-known songs and chorusc-s.  After the toast to the queen had  been duly honored, the "Aimy and  Navy" was proposed and t(.--*_ondcd  :  rebate of -I'il per cent where payment was made prior to the 10th of  each month.  Alderman Hal! moved that this  be done, and that the resolution  should apply to those in arrears for  January, provided January and  February were paid for prior to  February 10th.   This  wa*-.  carried.  Alderman Arthur remarked that  something should be done as a  matter of sanitary precaution in  the case of citizens who should  have made connection with the  sewers and neglected to do.    They  Dr. Loyds Position Stated.  Bkiu.lv, January 20.���An official  agency has communicated the following to the pre.-s: "In .-pite of  unofficial statement*. that f>r.  Leyd-s, the diplomatic icpte-entative  of tho Traii-i.'na!, is here by official  invitation, his- visit is entirely by  his own initiative, and though lie  has received ordinary courtesy, his  presence i.s entirely without political significance."  Berlin _*��� certainly very much av-  cited over him. His apartments at  the Palast hotel, where the Transvaal flag is flying, are besieged day  and night by crowd-*, including contractors and mining specula tor.*-., as  well as ladies, gentlemen of the  court, and army officer.--, who wi.sh  to congratulate him on the Boer  .successes or to offer their service,*-.  th  More Aliens For the Payne.  Ka.si.o, January  29.    (Special  to  Tribune. {--Twenty-three    im  ported miner,-, for the Payne mine  arrived here last night by --pecial  boat, t he .steamer Alberta. Five of  the men were .spoken to by union  men, ami refu.sed to go to Sandon.  The remaining eighteen arrived at  Sandon under the police protection  of constable Kelly of Nelson and  constable Black of New Denver,  to by T. J. Sims. The_s-ceon_d tqaj-  w.r-~ "Uur- noyiTinion," witli which  was coupled the name of W, A.  ".Macdonald. Next in* order came  " Our City " which called forth responses from mayor Houston and  alderman Wil.-on. Hall and Artluu  of the city council.  ' "The Hoard of Trade" was next;  honored, and drew re.-'ponses from  jr. J. Evans and F. \Y. Swannell.  Then caine "Our Commercial Interest-." "coupled with the names of C.  V. Davi.-oi!. N. F. .Macleod and N. F.  Forbes.  "Our Association,'" however, wa.-.  the toast of the 'evening, affording  a- it did an excellent chance for-E.  Ferguson, l he, association's president, to enlarge upon the objects  and benefit.-.' of the organization.  lli< wa.s ea-ily the speech of the  evening.  The eighth toa.-'t on tho list wa?  that to "' .sister societies" which  was. coupled with the name of J. J,  Malone. Following this came "The  Bar" (not associated with the association) which was explained by  city solicitor Wilson and \V. A.  Macdonald.  "The Ladies"completed the toa��.t  li,--!. with a response from W. U.  McLean.  During the evening music was  furnished by Mil ward-* orchestra  and M'\ei'al .songs were contributed  by Messr.s. 10. (Jrizzelle, II. Marshall'  and J. -Ve-Js.  A Chimney Tiro.  At (5:1."�� last night an alarm of fire  was .-.cut in from O'Laughlin1-*)  boarding house on Carbonate street  where a chimney was blazing  merrily. The Hame*- were easily  extingui-ihed. '_?-!.���   ���  2  THE TRIBUNE-:- NELSON R C  TUESDAY JANlM?R*f: 30, '1900  $_5-Spring Suits-$5  Now is a good time to select vour spring suit or overcoat.   It may seem a little  e.'ii-h-. Inn.'heller buv early than wait until lines are broken.   AVe have just, received a laifto shipii.'ont (f suits and light overcoats, and will sell you serge and  tweed sails lor mi'ii I'roiii So up.  .See our 1 talent .*-'ir_e. si. ils for young men, the newest thing out.  Baker Street,  Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR, Men's Outfitter.  m  m  H  !  I i*i'  Its;-'  I ssn  ��he Qtvibnnz.  Thi_ mining district of Kootenay  presents many contrasts. In some  sections of the district the provincial police officers are recruiting  volunteers for service in South  Africa from the union miners who  have been thrown out of employment by the refusal of certain mine-  owners to recognize the laws of the  Iu  other "sections  mem-  lj|-?' country.  bers  of  tho  same  police force are  ior  m  Ik-.  I;  1  I  I  w  ii*-'-.1.  I _?-  I  w  I  I*.  P  Ij:  V"  Iti  I'!  \>f)  ���if  acting as convoys lor importations,  of aliens who are being brought into  the district to supplant Canadian  miners, whose offence consisted in  asking their employers  to  respect  ��� the laws of the province. It would  occur to most people that the government which calls for volunteers  for service in South Africa, from  the ranks of union miners should  concede to such miners, fair play in  their own country ; but it is not so.  The Semlin government has chosen  to assist union miners to the battlefields of South Africa, and at the  same time assist alien mine-owners  to fill their mines with aliens, to  the   exclusion   of   such   Canadian  'miner.*- as are not requited in South  Africa.  S_':c_-]_TAi-V HAOi-i-i- of the Sandon Miners' Union has been committed to stand trial upon'a charge  of unlawful assembly. It was conclusively proven that Hagler assembled, and that manager Hand of the  Payne mine also assembled. A'-ide  from this the evidence -was weak.  It was brought out that Hagler  used uncomplimentary language to  --lanager"Hand, and he was, there-  'Ve, committed to  ctr-ncl   his  trial  --.tpon acharge of unhiAN ful assembly.  Mauager'Hand admitted, during his  cross-examination, that he Avas himself armed, when seeietary Hagler  unlawfully  assembled, and it  was  _ also  hinted that lie used  uncomplimentary language to  the  sec. re-"  tary of theiriineis' union���but then  manager Hand was not being tried.  Tim aliens whom manager Hand  o_ the Payne mine _���_ bringing into  British Columbia are peculiar in  their method... The Dominion government's commissioner repoit*>  that they arc not brought into the  country cither under con ti act  oj promt, e of work, yet they  come in bunehe-* of thiity or forty.  They travel on special steamers and  special trains, and are billed  straight th rough t for the Payne  mine,- with ~proTiiieial-eoiist.ibles"  furnished in order that they may  not lose their way. The members  of the miners/ union think the  aliens are induced to come to the  Payne by promises of employment  ���but they must be mistaken because  commissioner Clute say.-, they are  not.  Iiav-  aco  Tiim Kaniloops board of trade lias  made ti move with a \ie\vto  ing Knmioop-. named a-> the p  for the summer encampment of the  several companies of the l.ocky  Mountain Hide-i. If it wore not  that it would be too much like  making the mountain go to Mahomet, Kamloops should succeed  for its enterpiise if nothing oI��o.  Tt has not yet been settled that  there will be a Muniner encampment, but in the event of such a  course being decided upon, the militia department will doubtless see  to it'that some more central point  than Kamloops ii*. selected.  HOGAJSTS   NEW   RULES.  Malachi Hogan. tlio Chicago sporting writer and referee, has undertaken to revise the boxing nil.-..  They are framed on the lines laid  down by the marquis of Queens-  berry. Few of tho old rules have  been inatcjhilly changed, but several bine been added and some enlarged. The incident of the  Sharkey-Corbett fight in 1808, when  the former champion lost when his  second jumped into the ring, is cov  ered iu the new rules. At that  time Con McVey simply climbed  through the ropes, but did not  touch either man. The new rules  specify that for such an offence a  fighter shall not be disqualified, but  that the second shall be ordered  from the ring and the fight continued. The ease of a glove bursting  or coming off, as in the Sharkey-  Je-Tries fight, is defined and the  referee instructed to send both men  to their corners- until the glove is  replaced. Other points, such as the  ringing of the gong by a timekeeper  before a round ended, is made explicit. There is also a rule against  the throwing up of the sponge by a  second when the principal concerned is plainly able to continue the  contest.    The rules are as follows:  Till'- RULES IN'  DICTA.J..  1. To be a fair stand-up boxing  match in a twenty-four foot ring,  or as near that size as practicable.  2. No wrestling, hugging, heeling,  butting or gouging allowed.  3. The rounds to be of three minutes' duration, and one minute between rounds.  4. If either man is knocked down  he must get up unassisted, inside often seconds, the other man meanwhile to move about teu feet away,  so as to give the man who is down  a fair chance to arise. When the  fallen man is on his feet the round  is to be resumed and continued until the three minutes have expired.  If the man who has been knocked  down fails to be on his feet inside  of ten seconds allowed the referee  shall give his decision in favor of  the other man. ,    ���  5. A.man hanging on the ropes in  a helpless state with his toes off the  ground shall be considered down.  SBCOXllS MUST KEEP OUT.-  (5. No seconds or any other person  except the principals and referee  shall be allowed in the ring during  thc_~rounds. Any second or other  'person.outering the ring during the  rounds shall be' ejected, and the  content shall continue and no foul  allowed on that account.  ' 7. Should the contest be stopped  by any i in voidable interference the  referee has full power to render a  decision.  8. Five-ounce special gloves, furnished by the club, to be used iu all  contests.  , 9. Should a glove, burst or come  off the referee shall order both men  to their corners, where the glove or  gloves must be replaced to the satisfaction of the referee. The time  consumed in replacing such glove  or gloves shall not be counted as  part of the time of the round.  10. A man on one knee is considered down, and if struck i.-, entitled  to the stakes.  IL. Only boxing shoes, regulation  style, with either chamois, eelskin  or rubber soles, allowed.  12. Fighting iu clinches is allowed, and means that a man may hit  with one hand free, but must not  hold-hiss- opponent's _glove,_arm_oi_  neck. "���   _  lo. Hitting* in the breakaway i.s  permitted, without stepping back  by contestants.  .MUST   [SI-._AK OX   ..._.-'J.I---J_'S  OKI--.1-.  1 !. When the referee orders the  men to break they lnu-at obey in-  stantly" and release each other at  once.  lo. Lying orleaning on au opponent, although nolholding him, after  the referee has ordered the men to  break, is not allowed, and l.ofcli men  must push oft together.  "ili. The official timekeeper of  Llie club -shall only time the rounds  and the rests between the round-s  and the referee shall be the only  one to time and count on knock-:  downs, in any manner deemed best  by him.  11. If in the opinion of the referee  tlio conto-itauts in a bout are '"faking," he may declare the same "no  content,'' in which event the club  need not pay the pur*-*e or any part  of it.  18. If a contestant commit a foul  wliich iu the opinion of the referee  is* uuinteutioital, and does not incapacitate hi*, opponent from continuing, he shall be warned, but if  the foul incapacitate his opponent  from continuing the contest, or in  the opinion of the referee destroy  his chances of winning, he shall be  disqualified.  li). If a man commit a deliberate  foul lie shall.be immediately disqualified,, and is to receive no part  of the purse.  . 20. If, in-the opinion of the  referee, a bout becomes .dangerous  to one of the contestants, or an immediate knockout seems una void-.  able, he may stop the contest and  render his decision.  21. Soft bandages may be worn  by the contestants, unless otherwise stipulated in the article of  agreement. ....... . ....  l)l_l'*IXITION (11-1 "KXOCKOl'T."  22. If a man is disqualified, or his  seconds throw up the sponge, or the  referee stop the contest to save him  (as per rule 20), it shall be considered the same as a knockout in less  rounds than the number of the  rounds in which this occurred, but  the men in their records can state  the exact occurrence.  2:3." If a second throw np the  sponge when it is apparent to the  referee that the principal can continue, and have a winning chance,  the contest shall not be stopped,  but the second so'offending shall be  ejected from the building and not  allowed to act as second again at  any future time before any club. ...  2-I. The foregoing rules will be  considered part of the "articles of  agreement" between the contestants  with each other a_jid_with the club  before whom they" are to box.  Sir Charles Boss Desires Service.  Sir Charles Boss, who is well  known throughout Kootenay, is in  Montreal just now, and is awaiting  news from the war ollice regarding  a handsome offer he made some  time ago. Sir Charles is not only  an able man, but is exceedingly energetic and enterprising, and.when  the war first started he offered.to  equip a brigade of six field guns to  go to the 'front entirely at his own  expense. Of course sir Charles intended to go to the front, too, and  he is ready.to' start just as soon as  the acceptance of his offer arrives.  Sir Charles has with him the model  of an army rifle that he has been  working on for over ten years. It  is now perfected, and so thoroughly  has it been tested that he has opened negotiations with the British  government with a' A'iew of haying  it officially tried. One of the principal advantages of the weapon is  its absolute simplicity, and in almost ten minutes a man could learn  to clean, load and fire it. The rifle  will hold from one to five cartridges,  and. the empty shells arc discharged  from the rifle without.withdrawing:  it from the shoulder, as is necessary  in the majority of weapons of that  sort. Sir Charles is also in communication with the government at  Washington, and should the officials  there care to see it, sir Charles  would iu all probability accommodate them.  l.UDSON'8 BAY7  COMPANY.  4  -^_-'_______--J ^E__!^*^' <____?-���<_-_: ��� ^y "<__r ��� f!j "J-Jr ��� *y '*'<_ffi�� -'J-***���_?__��� -jST ���/*_*" 4��:-P*��r0& %0* ��� *__r -0^ ��� ._*_ ���/���y * ��_������* ^.^_j^^^^���-^*^���'^' <___: "���0Br * _<_r '��jy.��� 0Sr ���/__!* ��� z'-jf ���*<__y.  ;����''*_.. <** ������^���-������^ .^ . >���**, ���*__.. *���____��, -^ ��� >��_��. �����*^.>_h> i-^v ��� *_��_. .���*___.--. ^-������^S'^ -5j^ -5J ���'!____;��� ���*__ 'Sir* ^ ������Si.'JBj.'^k, ��� �����__,. ��������___��, ���^f-* ��������-__. ������**-���_. ��� >���_, ���^���^  ..LACE ".CURTAINS    j  "from  k  "1  ��  )�����>  3<5 BAKER STREET  FBEE MING  of Table Glottis, Sheets  Pillow Cases, Etc.  to  to  Annual January Sale  WHITEWEAR,   LINENS, COTTONS,   ETC  Commencing Monday, January 21st.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Haying received our complete stock of Ladies- and Children's Whitewear, Table Linens,  Sheetings, Toweling, Carpets, Floor Oil Cloths, etc., we are in a position to offer at exemely  low prices these lines. No charge for Heming Table Cloths, Napkins, Sheets, Towels, Pillow  Slips, etc., during the Sale.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Childpen's White Apons, 40e up  Children's White Pinafores, 50c up  Children's Slips, Night Dresses  Shirts, Drawers, Etc;, 50c up  Ladies' White ApFonsv25e up  Ladies' Corset Covers, 20c up  Ladies' Drawers, 25c pair  Ladies' Night Dresses, 50c up  Ladies' White Skirts, 50c up  Children's Corset Waists; 50c up  Cb  White Table.Damask from 45c np  White Table Napkins from $1.00 dozen  Red Table Damask from 35e up  Red Table Damask from $1.00 up  White Cotton Towels, 15C large size  White, Plain and Twilled Sheeting  White Circular Pillow Cotton  Linen Toweling from 5c up.  Swiss,   Nainsook and   Lawn    Embroideries  irom 2.1c per yard up  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  FLOOR-OIL CLOTHS from 35c'yard up; CARPETS from- 60c yard'; odds, ends and  remnants of.DRESS GOODS, -SILKS, RIBBON, LACES, EMBROIDERIES, CARPETS at  less -Han half price.   Ladies' __>. & A. CORSETS (special) at 50c per pair  We invite inspection of quality and prices  All Carpets Sewed  and Laid  INei-son, B.O. Free of Charge  INCORPORATED 1670.  Jugt -Received  A CARLOAD OF CHOICE  VEGETABLES.  ��� - "Sweet"Potatoes  Parsnips  Potatoes  Cabbages  Carrots  Turnips  Beets  ,    Onions  HUDSON^ BAY CO,  Telephone Iii  FRED IRVINE & CO.  ~1  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ������������*_���-ST->���___.'  >___��� ���*���*,���'**_>��� ^__. >*_���>_��_.*���>-__. "<��____, ��� x^ ���?s_r^ >___r��*5?^ ���ssr^^ss*^ 5^2^ ^__^sr�� ���si-'S?- ^___^!8^ <5f. ���_____������.���  arson  e  WHOLESALE  Butter,  Eggs,  Cheese,  Green  Fruits,  Cured  Meats,  Vegetables  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF EGGS  Full   stocks   carried   at   r^elson   and  (Rossland.    Mail orders solicited.  Here's Bargains  IVIEH'S SUITS  Wc Juivo about 3S Siiil-s of good i.ottv.-GC-tbl_t  ���l.woeds, odd.*- iiii'l cue** OEotlf -SKimul Sl<!��nit-s ��11  sizes aro in lire lot.   Tufa- your choice foi' ??..*>��.  Boj-'.*. suits wunu-juiil nice, cxti'itgootl for lil,-  11ft price.  Underwent'til Rtreaial low 'pnec.-r.  BiU'K'Uiis in liieii's itmt boyV caps, sod:., and.  tics.   Quality good���pricos low, .  Men and Young Men  ��� Do-noi-hpend c.ci'j* e\-ei!_i!!j-of tho week in  scinch of itiniiici):e!U,~l)itt give n little lime to  jom'o.wi soci.il ami menial impi-ovcmeiil.  NIGHT CLASSES  Kor nil gi.wlco of seliolas'a will be opened at  tlio l.-Siinte-. f'ollego.  Viclorhi --lict'l on Jiimmry 3rd, 1!>K).  Avail yoni'solvo- of tlii*. opportunit-y.  RATTRAY & MERRILL  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  Nl'.U-ON', if. r.  A bo.iidiiigaiHl ilny si hoot coniliicU-d by llie  SNioi's of Si..Ii>sl'|iIi o,f I'e.ici.. II Is -Hunted al  ll-Octii'iiei'ol Mill .ui-t Josuiiliine -ItoeU in i.ne of  iho best iusi,!uiili._l poi'liiiiis ol \i:l-.i>n, and is  u.isilj m I'Ossiblo n otn .ill parti uf I lie i ily.  'I'lie cutir-o nl sludy iiicli-d-e- Ihc luiidniiieiil.il  and bifi-hoi* bi.inolics ot lluiraiiKli 1-iij.Iish cdiica-  liuir Hiisinc-s i nurse���boiil-l-CepniK, slenog-  i..phy und !j pewtilint;. hotence course��� iiiusii;;  vocal mid instiiimetil.il, drawing, etc. I'lnin ait  and needlewoi!., oie,  I'or lei'in���> nnd pailieul.ir.s ajiply lo tbe Kistci  Supeiior.  Will open bcr  l-indeig.U'teniind  iirnn.iry school in  THK --NUI.ISH  CHURCH school  room on tbe 2nd of January, 1900. Koi term*!and  all nurtlculardttpiily to MISS PALMER,  Al, residence of Mr.s. J, IX. liobciUon, Baker  Street WcsL  AND'  Boo-i Makini  The Tribune has a thoroughly equipped Book Binder)' in  connection with its job printing* department. All kinds of  books manufactured to order,  and any kind of binding" or  rebinding done on short notice  ROYAY SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  The Nelsoq Saw and Plaqiqg Mills, Limited  t i  Are prepared to furnish ,by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass.  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  The Nelsoj] Saw ar|d Plarjing Mills, limited  Ollice and Mill-* corner TIflll and ImoiiL Slioulj., Nelson.  H. D.   ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  --alter Street,  Uj)po.site Queen'*- Hotel.  BROWN & CO.  Kootenay Cigar ifg.  ."'���������'������ NE-JBON, :��IU*fHiU COT.OMKUi '-  BURNS BLOC'K  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  N'-BIiSON, B. C.  Coffee ro-taters and fleaiera In Tea apd Coffee.  Oder -_-_��_- roaBted.c6ffee._i_l best quality *_  foBb wa  Java and Arablaii Maoiift, per. pound,..,..$  id  Java ...id Mocha Blead, 8 po��nds.......... 1 00  flno S-iutos, __ pounds ,  1 GO  gantoa Blend, 6 pounds.  1 00  Our Special Blend, 8 pounds  1 GO  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds -... 1 00.  A trial ordorRollnlted.   Salesroom 2 doors east  of.OddEellorw'H lilock,. West Baker street..  Wagon repalrinj. promptly ntteu-icd to by a  firt.B-0'JWH vvneelwrlght.  Special attention given to all kinds ot ropalr-  im* and rnstom work from nntsido polD^i.  Shop:   Hall bt��� between. Baker and Vernon  WOOD PdftSALE  GOOD, DRY FIR WOOD  ANY LENGTHS  .'IjcaVo orders at Old t'uri-JS-tty Shop, on Jose*  phine sl-i-wst.---' ���: ' '.;/-.:'   Oi-lh itlGHAftl. *���:  A. K. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and JCootcindy Streets,  ~   "      ""' TSIJiPilONl. .NO, 3.j  P. O. Box 551).  ethbridge Gait Goal  The best value for the money In the nmiket  for ull piiriiot-ofe.  ri-HMS cash      W. P. Ttr.i-.VJ.'V, General Agent  Telephone 117.    Ollice with C. 1>. J. ChribUe.  Fruit and &mmmmM Trees  Hhododendrons, Roses, Kancy Evergrcciw,  JMugnolas, Unite, new crop Ijiiwn Grass Seed for  present or sprltijf lvlHiUing. Largest mid most  complete, stock in Western Canada. Call and  liioke yonv select ions or send for-catalogue, Ad-  drosa at nursei*}' grouhdw and greenhons.e.  .  ;.--   m. j.-jiKNity.  ,'��� ;. lilXHi Westuiilister Koad, .:Viiiieouver, Li, C. TH35 TRlBtWE; NEESO_ST"B. C;, TUESDAY, JANUARY' 30. 1900  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL,  REST   all paid up.. $12,000,000       6.000,000  'Lord St.i'_.tli<,oiia and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Dniminond Vice-President  K. S. Clousloii General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Northwest  Corner Baker and  Stanley Streets  THE BANE OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Iti-nnelies in London (England) N'l.vv Yoiti-,  CmCAiio, and all the principal (iliosin Canada.  Buy and sell .Sterling Kxchiingo and Cahlo  Transfers. ,- ���    .  (Irani. Commercial and travelers Credits,  availahle in any part of llie world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Wc.  Saving's Bank Branch  f.'UUI-I.XT  H.VI'I. 0|.' IXTKHKKT I'AID.  SHOULD FIGHT AND  PRAY  Talk to Nelson's Militiamen.  The views oi' lie v. Robert Frew on  thcpresei-tstrugglointhoTraiisvaal,  which were embodied in his sermon  to tiie members of the Nelson company of Rocky Mountain Rifles on  "'Sunday, will be of interest to many  who were unable to secure standing  room in the church on Sunday  afternoon. The pastor of Sb Paul's  said in part:  The words of lord Rosebery,  spoken last October: "Gentlemen,  make no mistake; this is no little  war," are proving true. More so,  (perhaps, than even he thought. We  are beginning to see that this is the  most serious war in which the  nation has been engaged since the  Crimea. Sometimes people, ask, is  Avar ever justifiable-' We might  ask, was the American war for-the  abolition of slavery justifiable ?  Few Christiaus deny that that was  a justifiable war. Taking the-world  as it is, and not as it should be,  war is often the only means to right  wrong, war may sometimes be  justifiable till the golden rule is the  law of the world.  Is this war in'whicli we are now  engaged a just war ? Unfortunately*  _ there are differences of opinion  , j about this. Some people think we  /.j are wrong and that, therefore, God  ' is punishing us ; and that the Roers  aro right and that God is on their,  side. It requires but. little knowledge of human history or of the  .-Bible lo know how false such a  theory-is; Was God on the side of  Turkey?' Y-_-t Turkey triumphed  and' prospered. Christ warned  against this idea that penalty  meant sin when he remarked that  those eighteen on whom the tower  of Siloan fell were ' not sinners  above all men that dwelt^ in  Jerusalem. We must guard against  an ignorant interprotationof events.  Let-it be true that au individual or  nation that falls into sin will not go  Avithout punishment. This can be  seeil in the history of any nation in  the world.  Sometimes 0od punishes by lotting alone, and that nieans to iier-  ish.    We  need   nob  be  pessimists  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND   ' ,,  GENERAL INSURANCE ,  -\   _. AGENTS  Oli  application  wo  will quote you,rates on  Fire, Life, Accident and I'latu Cild.s Insurance  '    AC! 1.NTS rOH .T. &. J. TAYLOR SATES,  FOR SALE  .ll-SI.\I-SS A-*.'!)  KCSJDIJN'II.-I. I'KOl'l^STV".  2.') hy '120 villi improvements, south ���"M0  . Vernon street \ ������:'.��� j,-";*" '.." ���S'*'00'  SO by 1-1) corner of linker mid Hull street*..  I'mticiilarsgiven <>n applii'iilioii.      -���      -  21 loin with collage, rented ai?l.iper .iiOnm.  'Victoria-.(root .*,.,-...-,...  ...S-UW  2 Sots with rotti-H-', rented at S20 purinOiilh, -      .  Stun toy street  ...".-...���...- ''���g',,Sx  _ lots including corner, 200 fool frontage.. ..?1_00  I-'or" He.si'deliliai Properly yon could not do  bettor than invest id Fail-view,' commonly  known as HoguMown, especially now th.it the  tramway is comploted and in operation.  " 1'or piiillculiii-j. apply to above ilrm, West  -Baker Sfreot, Nelson.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. 0., and Dawson City, N. W. T.  and avc need not be croakers to recognize that there is much truth in  what has been pointed out by some  of the   Avisest   of   our  time���that  there   was   great   need   that   God  would send something to make the  nation think.    Jt is not always re-  incmbered that the real strength of  a nation is neither gold, iron, trade  nor armies,  but  its  faithfulness to  justice, the moral  law, and to God.  Our reverses have made us think  on these things.    They are a greater  and more lasting benefit to the empire than any easily .won victories.  We have already learned  to be less  contemptuous:   the   swollen   jingo  spirit has  received  a rebuke that  will   last.    We   are   realizing that  we have met a foe in many ways  not inferior  to  ourselves;  not less  brave, itnd it'cannot be denied that  they know something about strategy.    They'have reminded us of one  thing that some  were beginning to  forget���that a  strong faith in God  brought into Avar adds an elemeut  that is  of a  \*ery practical value.  Religion is  profitable  to all things.  Our fathers know  that well.    The  wars of our nation ueA'er Avere better fought  than  Avhen men prayed  and  sang   psalms   iu  every camp.  It's hard to beat men like that.  While   this is true, it   is not said  in admiration of the religion of the  Boers  and  depreciation of  the religion of our own army.    Rut while  the Christianity   of the Boers  does  not seem to be the  Christianity  of  Christ;-.let us respect it and refrain  from calling them hypocrites.    But  our own army is not destitute of religion.      We   have   many   devout  men among her leaders.    The question   is    do   avo    not   want   more  national recognition of God  in the  a If airs   of   the   nation ?   With all  her faults  God has given  has given  to our empire a great Avork to do in  the spreading   of justice, freedom  and religion,ancl it cannot be denied  that  she    has   been   in    a   large  men-iire faithful to her trust.   But  special     privileges     mean    special  duties.    Our   fathers have handed  down to us a  splendid -heritage  of  love, of freedom * and j ustice. Wherever the Briti-.li flag is unfurled we  give that, and   we expect to get it  where,  avc  go.    And every   Briton  knows that hU country can  secure  that for him.    The energy and progress of the nation  Avould be at an  end if we failed iu this.    Wherever  any people in any part of the world  refuses tliat common justice, liberty  and human  rights,  thou  it is  our  duty to compel them.  That is what  Ave are lighting for in South Africa,  not, as lias been suggested, to compel a pastoral  people  to giA*e the  control of their country to  a handful   of   mine   owning millionaires,  The cause lies deeper���it is  a question of liberty and rights  Whatever differences of opinion  there may have been as to the cause  of the Avar���differences Avhich I believe will grow less with.the new  light that  Avill   yet come.    This  is  certain:, that those who. are supporting the ��va'i'$a-nd--who-believe it  to be' just, are;not the jingoes or  the millionaires; but.- the hard-  worked toilers of"'the-nation.' They  are tiie mothers and/wives-who have-  given tlieir sons ancl husbands to?  iigjit. , Thdjliglit of many a life has  gone but, and: many* a home has  been made desolate. Tragedies that  lie too deep for tears are being enacted every day as the bulletins at  the AA'ar oflicc tell the awful tale of  the father, or of the son, who "will  ne\rcr be seen again till that last  great day Avhen the grave shall give  up its dead. Many more are living  on in the awful agonies of suspense,,  and there are maiiy others who add  to that the pain of --want. To us it  is scarce believable how much silent  heroism ancl Avant aro being borne  for this Avar by those who believe  it right, aud they don't murmur.  Therefore we need the reminder of  Kipling:  Let ii*. manage so as later wc can look him in the  face  And tell him what he'd very much prefer  That while he saved the Empire his- employer  saved his place.  And hi.-i mates���that's you and me���looked after  her. *"'  He's an absent-minded beggar, and ho may forget-  it all,  Hut wc do not want his kiddies to remind him  That we sent 'em to the workhouse while their  daddy hamiicred Paul,  So we'll help tho homes our Tommy's left behind  him. i  One of the finest things in the  ���whole story of this Avar has been  the splendid loyalty of Britain's  sons. Our oavii Dominion has not  been behind in that. From her,  too, will go, not only the costliest,  but Avhat many believe will be the  best contribution in every sense,  "Strathcona's Own."  As to the progress of the AA'ar,  despite what has been said, Ave have  made A'ery substantial advances.  We haA'e in three months rolled  back the invaders Avho boasted that  they had but to rise and SAveep us  out of Africa. Let us be generous  to our generals, who have done  much more splendid service than  Ave sometimes give them credit for.  We have now to deal .with what is  practically, a besieged country.  They have put their last: man iu  the field, while our armies are increasing every day. Let us lose  neither heart nor head. Our country, our soldiers, need our prayers.  "31'orc things are wrought by  prayers than this world dreams of."  Let us pray that Ave may come out  of this warf through God's goodness, justified and strengthened,  Avith the* jingoism gone, and in its  place the best manhood of the nation. Realizing more clearly the  burden of our mission:  w  Well, rather. We received an entire car,  (1300) of chairs last Tuesday, containing  fancy diners (in suits or otherwise), fancy  rockers in cobbler seat or wood, cheaper  dining chairs finished in golden oak and  cheaper ones still suitable for either dining  room or kitchen. There are a few office tilt-  ers in the lot. So you can'tstick us on  chairs, either in design, quantity or price.  IB., fflliifo & Co,  BAKER STIIE IT, NELSON. 11 C.  H #i.#)##llitllilSil#il  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  olesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  papered in a soft bluish tint, most  pleasing aud   restful  to  the   eye.  Testing   operations are sometimes  conducted in a black papered room,  but the funeral aspect of this sombre color sometimes has a depressing effect on sensitive people, especially on -women and children, -which  greatly detracts from the accuracy  of tests.    Here are found numerous  instruments which convey no meaning to the unprofessional mind, but  Avhich in the  hands of the expert  optician becomes the tools 'whereby  the innermost secrets of the eye are  bare, to be read by him with ease.  For instance, there is the Opthal-  mometer, for measuring the lesser  ancl greater curA*atureof the corner  of  the  eye,  for  the   detection  of  astigmatism.     A  wonderful ��� little  instrument  is  tho Opthalmoscope,  used for examining the interior of  the eye and detecting any diseases  of the same.    Defects in the vision  are perceived and remedied by the  aid     of   the     Retinascope.      The  mother of all  the  optician's  aids  .may be said  to be the trial  case,  which contains innumerable prisms,  glasses, etc., Avhereby all defects of  vision are diagnosed and prescribed  for;    There is a saying extant that  the student- of optics must destroy  a bucketful of eyes before mastering the science, but the eyes used  are hog's eyes, because nearest resembling the human optic.    A visit  to the Wil/.inski Optical Company  Avill Avell repay any person in any  maimer interested in this science,  or Avho may be affected with defective organs of A'ision.  Arranged for Fumigating Mail.  Dr. LaBau, medical health officer,  Dr. Fagan   of   Victoria,  secretary  provincial   board   of    health,  and  government agent Goepel  Avere  in  Northport  yesterday  in  consultation   with  postmaster   Temple   of  Spokane regarding the mail service.  Mr. Temple stated   that  the apparatus for  fumigating mail  matter  avus not to hand yet, but would  be  received shortly.    In the meantime  mails collected in Washington state  and brought to Spokane  for  redistribution, as Avell  as  the   Spokane  mail  matter,  Avill   be   brought  to  Northport and fumigated in a boxcar provided for the purpose, and a  delay of one day -will thus  be occasioned.    Mails   from   the  east will  come   through   Avithout   delay   as  usual.    A quantity of delayed mail  came through  last night  and   the  balance is expeeted today.  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  Markets at- Nelsonj Rossland, Trail, Kasloj: Ymir; Sandon, Silvertoni New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  . , Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West KoQteiaay Butcta* Cm  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AN D SALTED MEATS  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  GENTS  WHOLESALE .AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson  E, & TRAVES, Manager  ROOMS LIGHTED 13V ELECTRICITY'  AND HEATED BY STEAM  a. CENTS TO ��1  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  W. P. DICKSON  ___}. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. McPHBB  Aii Iib ulib  First ���<_*__*_*-west;  of Bank of British  Goluuilji v building.  Baker Street  BEWARE OF SMALLPOX  GOTO  Charles B. J. Christie  , AND GET  A policy which will .secure to you ��15 per week  if you aro so unfortunate as lo i-utcli .smallpox.  .Prices $3 ani- Si.   jHsiio I here. ,  ._  A FULL LINE OF  ���. *'      Front Doors  Inside Doors  ���   Screen Doors  ; .      .   Windows  Inside Finish  local 'and coast.  - Flooring , . .  local and roaBt.,  - Newel Posts  ' -,   ' Stair Bail  Mouldings  *   Shingles '   ,  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of nil kinds,  Ii.' WHIT  VOU  WANT IS SOT IX STOCK  WK WM.I. M.-l-K IT *OIl  YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  llAl.r, ASK  LUCK STI-I'I-TS. XKISOX  aywa  i:__3o:  lontpaetors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock ol first-class dry material on  hand, also a full lino of sash, doors, moulding?,  jnirn-d work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard:  Foot of Hondry-t street, Nelson  Te ..phone, oi Jol]n Ras, Agent  " God of our f.-llicr. known of old -  Loul of ourl-ar-lliing battle liiiv.'���  1-uiie.ith wl-O-cuvUill hand we hold  Dominion o\ er palm and pine.  Lord f!od of Hosts, he with us yet,  l.est we foi'i-tct���lobt wo forget !"  BUSK'S   PROTEST.  _To the Editor of the Trii$.'N-_:  I have justf seen an article on page  *L of your _5biio of tho 25fch inst. in  which it is stated that "a wharf-  ownor iii) t'ie river" refused to allow the tug Hercules to remove a  boom of piles which was tied to his  wharf, and implying that' thereby  McArthur <fc Co. had been delayed  in doing their work. It is further  stated that "a new cable was secured and de ..patched to the wharf-  owner, etc."       '  .   Though my nanu.  was not  men-*  Lioned, it is  perfectly  well known-  who tho ������wharf-owner" is,for I had  heard of   the   article,  erroneously  quoted, with my name iu   it/some  daysbet'ore I rcceiveda copyof jtr  I am anxious to - deny , both  those  statements, without any qualification whatever, as being absolutely  false. ,     ' -_  1 did not red-he to allow-the tug  Hercules, or any other tug, to-take  the boom, nor put any impediment  in tlieir way. No cable or rope has  been returned to m'e up to this  present time of writing.  Now F should like to trespass a  little further upon your hpaee and  bo allowed to state the real facts  about the rope aud why the tug  Hercules did not take the boom;  but as my own name was not mentioned, I will not introduce any  others.  A contractor and three or four  men and four mules, all strangers  to me landed here one morning  from the -Moyie about 2 o'clock  without notice to get out piles for  McArthur k Co. 1 sold him twenty  tree*, which were to be paid for before  they were cut down, aud sub-  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  ��� ,i - j  Complete Electric Hqulpmsnta for Electric Power TransmlBBion and X--.-__-t.l__g for  mines, Towns Electric Fixtures, Lamps, Bells,- Telephones, Annunciators, Btc,  P. O. Box 606. Josephine Street. Neieon, B. O.  Hard Coiil  Anthracite  GREAT REDUCTION  $9.65|L'���?"sNe;il   $6.15  DELIVERED  ti:m_i>iio\k  33  G. W. West & Go.  W. Starmer Snjith & Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZiER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  OIHce Wiu'd Street Opposite Open, lloiiie  secjuently lent him free of charge a  cabin and a stable. Between the  cabin and the stable is a wagon  shed and in that shed was a good  iiH.h-and-a-quarfcer manilla rope,  worth* in a Nelson store $20. This  rope they took away from the shed  without saying anything to mo  about it and used to help them to  haul the logs in the woods with by  means of a block. . I do not think 1  should have lent the rope for any  such purpose had I been n^ked. Before they had got through with tho  job they had succeeded in breaking  the rope into several pieces, a fact  of which ! was unaware'till two  days afterwards. The logs were  then in the water, and I immediately notified McArthur and sent in a  bill to the contractor, at the same  time I told _.IcArthur that J "proi  posed to keep the boom here till  the rope was replaced. The contract or was a perfect stranger to  me and J had no other hold over  him. '  The water in which the boom,  was moored' was too shallow , to  allow the Hercules or the Jhilys to  come within two hundred feet of it.  but it. was' left there though I  pointed but a suitable locality for  it. hi a.day or two the Hercules  called for it, but though it would  have been poled-out' by the man  left in charge the captain of the  tug refused to, take hold of it because it was improperly boomed  ancl would have come to piece.-.. The  captain explained what was wrong  and went away. Three or four days'  afterwards the tug called again, hut  the boom was in the same condition, and there was no representative of the owners to attend to it:  so again the llercnlc-. left it. Thinking the people might want the logs,  I sent word to McAilhur that I  would-tow them down myself, but  he bent up word that he would only  pay half the price I asked, so 1 left  them where thoy were. Then it  was that the article 1 complain of  was composed and published. Two  days after the publication thellalys  came and asked for the boom, thinking there was trouble, I told the  captain that I had no objection at  all to his taking it, only 1 wanted  him not to deliver it till McArthur  had undertaken to replace my rope.  This the captain undertook to do,  and I presume had an understanding with McArthur to that effect.  Ah the matter stands to ditto, McArthur has  my  logs and my rope  and 1 have got nothing.  Now just a few words in conclusion. There seems to be a very  prevalent and growing idea that  the whole of these premises are pub-  lie property, and that our houses  are regularly established places of  public entertainment. 1 could fill  an entire issue of your paper with  anecdotes of what we have had to  put up with during the last two or  three years from white men whom  we have tried to accommodate aud  assist.' At all events I want it to  be fully understood that in future,  as long as 1, have any control over  this property, no white man, except  my own personal friends, will bo  allowed to camp anywhere on the  premises for any purpose 'whatever:  nor will they be able, by purchase  or otherwise, to pbtaiji_ c-pucosKions.  for cutting' timber, whether for  wood, logs or piles; nor will they be  accommodated with the use of any  of the buildings, implements or  tools.' Thi.- rope and pile bsisine.'-.s  was the last straw, and it has broken  the camel's back.  CifAitU-.s W. Bi*sk;  *    Kokanee Creek Reserve,  ���January 27th, ,   '  MYSTERIES   OF   THE   EYE.  ,_  An evidence of the results attained, primarily through a thorough  knowledge of the s-cienc.1 of optics,  secondarily through strict attention  to business and, the happy faculty  of thoroughly satisfying all patron-j,  is to be seen in tho new establishment of The Wi!._inski Optical Company, l.'ntil recently the business  was conducted in (he Arcade under  the appellation of Wil/.inski, the  optical specialist. The change from  the old stand in the Arcade, where  for three years Mr. Wil/.in&ki conducted his business, to the new and  commodious quarters at II.'. Hastings street, while resulting in a  change of the firm name, left Mr.  Wilzinski still at the head of affairs.  Great care and taste has been displayed in tho decoration and equipment of the new parlors. The front  of the store is given over to an extensive stock of eyeglasso.-', frames,  etc. Dividing this room from a  cosy sitting room is a vei-y pretty  and artistic partition, made in  screen stylo, done in white enamel j  and gold and draped most daintily. 1  Mr. Wil/.inski's hobby, however, &  is his testing room, complete with I  all the latest instruments devoted  to opthnlmie science.    This room is [_  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  - BAKER STREET. NKLSON.  Lighted by- Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable bedroom!,  and  firfifc-class  dining-room. Sample rooms for commorciiU men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Hf|rs. L G. GlarKe, Prop  Di*  1 III: J-OVAt. !l<  (Vjadden House  r���\ri: or . in: i.ovai. non:.., caujakv  i-i.ker (...d Ward  __K.r_.cl_-. NoNofi  The only hotel In NelHnn thai; has remained  under ono management Bincc 1880.  Tho bed-roomB are well furnishes! and lighted  by electricity.  The bar i,s always stocked by tho host domestic aud imported liquor.: and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. J>raprle_or.  B. C. HOTEL   erie, b. o.  First-class in every respect,. Choicest w'inos,  liquors mid cigai*s. hvory comfort for tr.in_.tcnt  turn resident guests.  -    -HKADQUAI-TERS-FOK UNION MEN.     "  ���    _     .roSKPH i-.-_.ri>It..J_i_, I'rop.ic-or. '  A Big* Schooner  OF  BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  ALWAYS  *  ri.rcsji  10c  A I AVA V._  COOl,  'J lie 1r"-_ K.us*-f>f beer, to be li.ul in NcUon Knl  TIIK Cl.Ui HOTKI.  Comer Silica and  -Stanley HtrccU..  E, J. CURRAN, Prop.  HALCYON WATER  BS NO BXP_-_-R_.M__~.-NT_  The-    mc(licin:il     \Mlirc_.   of    HALCYON*  WATKIt  bus  been  proven.  Halcyon Water Is Bottled Propc-Jy.  Vernon Street    TlTOl-pe _S_ Co-  B. REISTERER & CO.  l.ith.vi'.i.-i A.V!) "mii-ri.r:_ts oi.*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  J'rwi-nt .mil r_K.il.ii d._...���_��� -4 u_,'an���  ���leii.cry io iho Undo      Brewery at He-sort  NOTICE.  I havu I Iii*. <l.i.v ;il il o'elork inipnuddcd :  On. bay iii_.ji\ imc while hfml fi>t>l. -tur in  f-irchi'iid'-thimf OJJ-.1H wars old.  OtH! b.ij hui'-e, .\liiie -Mr in H.t-.--..\irt. Juno.  hoof b.idl> kplii. hIkiiiI It'll Jear-'tilil.  Owner'.HUi,vu,li?nM'tlii'->i.iiin;liyimj.nK<,li.irKi"'.  i:. Mr'.'!.!...OH. Cilj I'litmil Kei-l'cr.  XcKoti, _Ti_nii.��.ry -Mh, I'**'.  GROCERIES.  A "MACD0NA1.D & CO.-Corncr Tornon nnd  ���clL�� Josephine streets, wholesale grocers and  jobbers it-blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rtibbcra,  inackinawa and miners'sundries.  T7-00TENAY SUPPLY COJIPANY, LIMT-  ���L*- TED���Vornon street, Nelson, wholesale  grocers.   TOHN CI101.DITCH& CO.-iiont street, Nel-  ���"    son, -whole-ale grocers.  COAL.   ~ ~  CROW'S   NEST PASS  COAL COMPANY.-  Wholesale dealers in coal and coke. Charles  St. Barbo. Agent, llaker street. Nelson.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ��� ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies. Agentsfor Giant  Powder Co.^^ __j   HARDWARE   .COMPANY���  ,   Nelson,  wholesalo   dealers  in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   TTANCOl. VER   HARDWARE    COJIPANY,  v    LIMITED-Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hard ware and mining supplies,'.plutu-  bers and tinsmiths' supplies. '  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpnORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Corner Vernon  ���*���    and Cedar streets, Nelson,  manufacturer!.''  of  and  wholcsnlcdealcrs in oeraled waters and.  fruit syrups.   Sole agentsfor Halcyon  Springs"  mineral water.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  TTT  F. TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker Fand  vv ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in   aswyers  supplies.   Agents Ifor Denver  Kirc Clay Co. of Denver. Colora'do.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER,   BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  f- ^and Josephine streets.^ Nelson,  wholesale  " ' " '".   Agonti.  and Cal-  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  dealers in lla;��or3, cigars and dry goods,  for Pabst' Brewing Co. of, Milwaukee  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.'  ^COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker direct. Nelson,  ��� wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars,  cement, fire brick aid (ire clay, water pipe and  steel raiis. and general coimniWiion merchant'-.  FLOUR AND"FEED. "    ���   .  ���DR.ACIC_.rAN & KER MILLING COMPANY  JJ   LTD.���Front street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in flour  Mills  at  minster.  iir. oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  Edmonton, Victoria, and New Woat-  CTGARS. -   -  KOOTENAY CIGAR MAXUFACTURT.V.5  CO.-Corner Baker and IlaJl streots, Nul-  <--on, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kooto  nay Belle" brands of cigars. '        PAINTS   AND   OILS.  ~  TSJELSON  HARDWARE  COMPANY  J-^    .Street���Wholesale  and   brushes  ICoolonay.  Baker  dealers in paint-.-, oils,  of all -kind.--.    Largest stock  in  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS  fc    CO.���Baker   street,    Nelson,  wholesale dealers in frut-baitdcuru-l meats.  Cold sloratro.  P.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  Street Nelson, maimfacturcia of dynannie,  -.porting, btuniping and black Hasting powc-er_r.  whole-ale dealers in caps and f u_e, and electric  blasting apparatus.   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS PRODUCE COMPANY���Vernu'i  *��� street, Ncl-'on, wholesale dealers in provi*.-  ions, produce, and fruit-;. Agents for Swirt tc  Co. bacon and ham-..     Y. GRIFFIN   &   I'O.-Oornor Vuinon and  Jo-upliine blrcu-d, Ni'lsoii. wholi_--_ile dealers  in nrovNum*.. Ciiredjiieat*-. hjttt<'i'H'id eggs.  R. STEWART & CO.-Warehou-"c onC. P.  It.   track, foot  of Stanley *.trecl,  Ncl-on, .  wholesalo  dealer* in  provision**,* pnylurc iiviiii  fruitj.. "Cold -.toragi',   Agenl-t- Armour & Co.'s  Uican. haiHi*. laid and other products.  MAnTtoBA PRODL'CK AND COMMISSION  CO.,I,id. ��� Nt'l-nn   branch.   Hall   street.  Whole'a!.' doalori'in bmtor, cgir-i and chui>-c.  J.  in  P.  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW -AND I'LANl.VO MILLS  LIMITED.-('oriier Front and Hall Mreul!-,  Ncl-on, mnniifa.''urfrs of and whotc-,ilo dcilt'i'*'  in p_i-h and doom; nliuind-. ot faotojy work jnade  to older.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINi: COJIPANY, LIMf-  TED--'orncr Front and Hall sticel-i, Nel-  ���-on, wlioJe-jiiu <k'.'ilurs In wine- (case and bulk)  -ind dpiiK^tic nti/li-iipure*'] cigars.  ARCHITECTS,      __  OAUKIK-Atchitoi.....      lid K Abnrtl<>i.i> hlrrk. I.aknr��trf_mt-. NpI-cju.  EWART  & OARKIK���AtchitoclD.   Room-. 1  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge. No,  25, Knights of Pythia-i, rr-cots in, I. O. O. K.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streots. every  Tuesday evening Jit,8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights  cordially invited to attend,   '  T. LIJ-LIE, C. C.      I -. G. JOY. K. of R. & t'. . ���  ~" NEl-SON LOi>OE. NO. 23, A. K. & A.M.  Meou-i second Wednesday In each month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  NELSON L. O. L��� No. ItiSH. meets in I. OvO. V,  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay steeets.  1-1,  and 3rd   Friday  at  each  month.   Visiting  lirotlii-ni c-irdially invited.  It. Rui-lN-riN, W.M.  W. ('K.wroK.>. l-ce.-Sec.  NELSON _*:i.IK, Number 2:!, Fraternal Order  of Eagle*, mccls every second and fourth  Wednesday incach month   in Fraternity Hal).  Vi-iting brethren welcome.  W, Oo-vi.i l��� Prosldont.  Ch \j.i-t���! Pmi-pi is. Secretary  NKLSON MINERS'  At.���Meets in iiiiiict-'  UNION NO. ��t, W. V. ot  union mums north-  cist corner Vii-torf.i and ICudH'ii.o -trect-, every  Saturday i;veiling at S o'clock. Visiting members welcome. .���.,.��� ,-,  J \%(K-i Wri.KK*-. Scc'y.    Cm t*-. A, MoKav*. Pre?.  THE iI'gulnr meeting-of tin* t'aipoitleis' Union  me iwUl on WidiM'sdiiy i veiling of each  wi'oi., al 7 oVIock, in the Minei-' Union hall corner Victoria und Kmuonuv streets,  R. HOUINSON. I'rc-udonl.  JAM ES L'llLLlNU, .S.��ret��rj-, THE TKIBUNE:  NELSON. B.C, TUESDAY JANUARY 30,[ 1900  II  if.  lp  ._ ���_��.  |l  It  1  II  ii*.  I ill  1  I  lis  lis -  ���ii.  lii  III  li_  JUST RECEIVED  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  Brushes  BATH   TOOTH    NAIL   HAIR  Baker Street. Nelson  W. F. Teetzel & Co,  Fall and Winter  Boots and Shoes in all the latest styles  and direct from the manufacturers  Dont fail to see our stock suitable for this winter  Maltese Cross Rubbers arid Overshoes  Buy Maltese and get the best  J. A. GILKER  213-215 BAKER STREET  NELSON  To the People of tfje Kootenays  A NEW YEAR AND A NEW IDEA  I had forgotten to mention to you before Christmas the following  staple lines of goods  The Karri Cabinet Grand Pianos  The best in Canada  Qouiintf Monliinoc   New Raymond, Wheeler & Wilson, White,  OBWing il|ci(_-r(__](_-->   Domestic and the Standard.  All good machines and guaranteed.  FLATWEAR  Knives, Forks, and Spoons, all 1847 Rogers  A full line of Bar Plate  Special Announcement  For watch repairing and jewelry manufacturing we have increased our staff and are prepared to make up chains, lockets,  and rings at home without sending away, for them.  I have a specialist who will, tes,t your eyes free of charge.  Mail and express orders promptly attended to.  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler, Nelson  CITY LOC/U NEWS  The .members of tlio C. O. F. invite all Canadian Foresters in Nelson to attend their installation ceremonies on Wednesday night and  participate in the social function  wliich is to follow. Tho guest of  the evening will be High chief  ranger Elliott.  Two tough specimens, who gave  the names of Gannon and Sullivan,  were brought before the police  magistrate yesterday charged witli  burglary. Chief Jarvis asked for a  remand to Wednesday which was  granted.  Cecil Ward and wife arrived  in the city last night from Victoria.  Mr. Ward will reside in Nelson permanently as the representative of  E. P. Davis, .Q.C., Of Vancouver."  S. S. Taylor, Q.C., and Charles  Hillyer returned last night from  Vancouver. Judgment on the appeal in Merchants' Bank of Halifax  vs. Houston was reserved.  E. E. Phair has received aplesant  souvenir of sir Charles Tapper's recent visit to Nelson in the shape of  a handsome portrait, which was  forwarded by the distinguished  statesman.  Gordon Cameron was dispatched  to Bonner's Ferry last night to replace Charles H. Palmer as quarantine officer at that point. Palmer  returns to the city.  Mr. and Mrs. D. Mackay of Vernon street left Nelson today for a  short visit to friends iu. Kamloops.  They will stay a day or two at Halcyon Springs en route.  A tough looking individual, who  gave his name as Thomas Ward,  was convicted yesterday of having  stolen goods in his possession knowing them to be such. The articles  in Question >vere four razors, a  watch and a penknife stolen from  Prosser's secondhand store. In his  evidence Ward told a rambling  story in wliich he implicated a chap  named Bill Townsend who, he said,  had given the loot to him.     Magis-  ��&&������������&&&&����8&��&&��&&&&��&&&&&&&&&&  &  <&  ��  #  Great Discount Sale  AT A. FERLAND'S  trate Crease placed no reliance in  the man's story and found him  guilty. Ward will be sentenced today. .  Single fares are announced for  the Rossland carnival, good from  February _'2tli to the ISth.  An order was made yesterday in  the action of Bigelow vs. LaBau  adding M. DesBrisay k Co. as plaintiffs, and also that defendants make  discovery on oath as to the documents in his possession. Another  order was made for discovery in  the suit of Winslow vs. Morris.  R G. Lee leaves tonight for England, Ho will proceed shortly to  South Africa, where ho will be interested iiinthb management of a  South African n.iiiing property.  Mr. Lee hopes to see some of the  fighting before the British campaign against the Boers closes.  A barge owned by captain Campbell narrowly escaped going to the  bottom on Sunday afternoon. She  was tied up at the C. P. It. dock  with a .cargo of 250 tons of lime  rock. *-_,__. stiff breeze sprung up, and  the barge was shipping water rapidly when her condition was discovered. Six carloads of rock were  taken from her deck, after which  she rode more easily, and the danger was averted.  Today is the Chinese new year,  and Chinatown is celebrating the  event with vigor. Yesterday afternoon the discharge of fireworks  commenced with volleys of firecrackers, and the festivities grew  in volume toward morning. This  morning the celestials are exchanging greetings and entertaining each other and all visitors to  the luxuries of the season.  A. M. Johnson has transferred  his interests in the Mugwump, Gold  Bug and Sunrise mineral claims to  J. A. Netterfield of Rossland.  Sheriff Tuck was at Slocan City  yesterday serving an execution for  $1700 costs against the defendant  in the suit of Callahan vs. Copeland.  At the meeting of the Nelson  Laborers' Protective Union last  evening live additional members  were added to the organization,  making the total membership up to  date 3S. I). Stamper of Revelstoke  is expected to arrive in Nelson on  Monday evening, when the organization of the local union will be  perfected.  The report that Kelly, the man  wanted iu connection with the  LaBau 'burglary, bad been apprehended at Vmir, has hot been .corroborated. Chief Jarvis has inquired in to the story and decided  that it is not accurate.  While the guests at the Licensed  Victuallers' dinner in  the  Queen's  Having ju.st returned from the Eastern Markets, where I have been' purchasing Spring J  Goods whit-li are now in transit, to Nelson, and to' make room -foi" the ham.*, we will for the ' js  next, ton .days ,do..away with tin1*ordinary profit and sell goods at lO-.poi' cent advance on* '.��  wholesale, cost, thi,-..].) per cent being just sufficient to-pay freight charges. This is an oppor- ,��  _,,,,;_,- _,,__   __.'<_.,.   ,_,...;__.���,__._.   .,_  _ _...  ,,,,......      ii...... .>.._-_ ..   _'_.,��. -������__.____. in._<-���_>;_> * _&.  <m  tnni.y not of I mi pre'-cntc-d to tlio public    Here arc a few sample prices:  Dress Goods  Dress Goods, regular price 65c, sale" price     , ��� '��� ������ -40c  Dress Goods, regular price $1, sale price ; -....- 60c  Dress" goods,*regular price $1.50, sale price ,....., SI.00  Black Grepon, regular price S2.50, sale price ' ...,. -���'��� ��� .$1.75  -Black Crepon, regular price $2, sale price..'. _.- ". $1.25,  Black Peandesoie. (silk) regul.ar price $1.50, sale price ." ��� ���  $1.00  Black Satin, regular price $1.50, sale,price .' ������ ' $1.00  Prints, regular prioe 10c,' sale price .. ... t , 7c  Ladies" Silk Blouses, regular price $5, sale price ���. ��� .$3.30  Fancy Outing Flannel, regular price 12 1-2c, sale price - 9c  Lsdies' Electric SeaLCoats at _ $35  A few Ladies' Jackets and Capes at Less than cost  -��t  .��  $  .��  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Pure  bred    poultry   for   sale���-1  Bliicl. -Minorca find li lUned Plj mouth Hook  cockerel*.. l.'ii'Sc .ind well marked, $__.<>__ cadi. W.  lliitlici-roi'd. Ncl-wn, B. ('.  For sale.��� Furnished  hotel.   Tn-  ._(ii-'-'ut Cabinet ('-gar Stoic, Uakui -.(reel, Nelson.  One of the most desirable houses  on Victoria shod. ��it li all muilcm com t-.iie.ice*.,  snilable foi small Ifiinilj*. Owner leaving city.  U.irg.un if taken quick.   Drawer S post ollice.  Wanted���Good reliable waiteress  at the Kaslo hotel, Kn-lo. ���     -   *  Dry Wood.���If you  want  good  dry wood tfO lo Kelly & Sleeper'-..*  The Tribune is contracting to supply all ��� lie lendiiif: hotels in !_outh.*i*ii Koolcn.iv  .Li_i! Ynlu ."������ itli icgistors durim; t|iu jeur liHH),  .A.IvorfiseiUL'iils will he pi'intc'-l in these rop'stors*  at the uiiiluiiii jiriee ol $_! per Mjuaie inch of  sjineo used. All tlio work of ruling, printing and  liindiiiK will be done in Nelson.  NOTICE   OF   SALE.  1 have impounded one buckskin pony  black mane and tail. I years of ago.   J will  mac.',  odor  til.lUi*.  jl-.l'tt. (Hill  (.lit.   t  ,Y uu. n um   <**_*_.      -     .,iii     _M_i.i  the sjiine fin wile by public auction on rehruaiv  ���Jml fKrl-lnv). .it the city ,pound, situated at I".  Hurn-, &-'��-.'s-imN.      -       IOJcORKOOI.,  NOImmi. Jaimiu-y ���_.!'. lOOO.  Cit} pou nt] keeper;  ���mmf  Stoves   Stoves  We have the finest line of COAI HEATERS ever displayed in the district. We are sole agents for the famous COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATER  Our claims for this heater is that it is adapted to any kind of coal.  CROW'S NEST, LETHBRIDGE, or ANTHRACITE, burning all kinds  equally well. Not requiring the attention of an ordinary coal heater.  Economical, durable and simple in construction. See our Steel Ranges  for hard and soft coal or wood.  H. BYERS & CO.  ���N.J  NKI..SON  KASLO  SANDON  hotel last night were enjoying the  second c'oui'.-e on the menu, a large  lamp suspended from the ceiling  fell, fll-ing- the room with sinok**-,  setting fire to some of the decorations, and creating a mild panic.  An alarm was sent into the lire department, but their services were  not required.  "HOTEL ARRIVALS.  At tub Phair.���L. Goodrick', St.  Paul. Minn.; A. H. Wallbridge,  Vancouver.  At thk Grand Centhai..���W.  JMcBride, J. E. Enas, Spokane; W.  N. Brayton, Kaslo.  At thk -Quekn's.���J. K. Chut-  chell, T. W. Prestou, Spokane; W.  P. Lackwood, Bossburg; A. M. Boyd,  Erie; Maggie Fraser, Moyie; ./. T.  Martin, Warduer; Lou Linton,  Greenwood.  At thk Hume.���J. B. Morris, Mor-  treal; Charles W. Busk, Kokanee  Creek; J. A. McKinnon, Silverton;  E. E. Vincent, Louis La-Beau, Calgary; George S. Joquith, Toronto;  H. B. Perks, Nelson; R. E. Gibson,  P. T. Dixon, "-Toronto; A.' L. Gart-  shore and wife, Vancouver.  At tiik Shbu bkookb.���W. Regan,  S. Milver, W. Sweeney, Robson.  ThSjCough  The first dose of our  Syrup White Pine and  Tar will relieve it-a bottle will cure it. -  For the lungs and to  build up the system take  our EMULSION of COD-  LIVER OIL, large bottles 75 cents.  WE HAVE STOVES  But while  we  are  waiting  for the cold weather we  would  draw  your attention to our line of  NICKLED COPPER WARE  Including Tea a>C Coll'en Pols, (several designs) Knaiiicllcd Handle Dippers, Pudding Dishes, Tea  .Kettles, ele., und the only place yon cuii get. Uiem is at,  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  Tl^e Leading Grocers  Kirkpatrick & "Wilson  Carrying a full stock of Groceries,  Crockery, and Glassware, etc.  Our Grocery and Provision Department is crowded with all the  popular   brands   of edibles.    A  c  large consignment of fresh eggs  has just reached us.  Crockery and Glassware  Kirkpatrick & "Wilson  Canada Drug & Book Co.  NKI-SOW  CUT PRICES IS THE  0RDE1- OK TIIK DAY  And I want to be in it. 1 have just received  Fall samples of Sui_iiifir>s and Overcoating-!, representing a $50,000 stock to choose from made to  your order at. pi ices never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest fad'j in Fancy Vestings for  Fall nnd winter.  Ladie*.' tailoring in all its brandies a specialty.  Lowest price*..  Rooms I and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  Phone 8.  Box 57,  Monsoon  is like all our groocls   Relive  Monsoon Tea is always the same  For sale by  Tl]e Western Mercantile Go., Limited  3iip-*o-*��.0]'-, lo _.!. lk**-l'i*i*-ay & Co., Staple and Kaiicy C.i'oeer*- BAKI-R STREKT, NELSON'  CLKANINC  AND  l-El'AJI-ING  Fine Tailoring  ''    YOUR OWN GOODS "..ADl. UP  OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT-TAILOR  LADIES AND! GENTLEMEN  Cloihe*) r.e.W-ed and guaranteed. AIko  '(hitnncv mi (.'op-UK on -lioi'(e*.t notice.  Order-, left ut Palace Hakciy, next to  Ro.ial Hotel. Stanley ���.tree!.  J.   M0FFETT,    Proprietor.  New Grocery Store  Groceries  and  Provisions  FREE DELIVERY OF GOODS TO  ANY PART OF THE CITY  Houston Block  John A. Irving & Co  favor ui with will receive our ciircfui attention and iiroiiipt delivery.  'Wc arc in no way connected .. 1th any Iiohm; in (he initio  .Io-.oiiIi.iiu and fciliwi SlH'ct��_  oDpohlfa Sletbodist, C'liuicli  \Yo are now open for busi-  nc.is and are in a po-.ili<-ii  lo fiinii-.li jou with- f?ood  tu"-li Ki'oi'crtcs nt lowe-t  |u ice*-.   Any older.*, yo'u may  PATTON & ENMAN  'S  Ss  m  Grey Btanke.s, regular price $4, sale price $2.75  Men's Tweed Suits, regular price $10, sale price.   $6.00  Men's Serge Suiis. regular price $12, sale price $7.50  Men's Overcoats, regular pr-ce $12, sale price $7.50  Men's Ulsters, regular price $8, sale price $5.00  s  Ladies'  Ladies'  Ladies'  Dongol  Dongol  Alaska  a Button Boots  a Laced Boots ,  Overshoes   .$1.35    J  ..75c    <&  m  Sif! arid get btrgaifls  Saf(el* Si  #  .Wl  _**M!<_?$i  vm��  Comfortable  SMALL SHOES '---^-<-"-���.���-  STRONG SHOES ^^^y^  STYLISH SHOES for lh0,r faUww  DAINTY SHOES for uuto ^llibSes  ELEGANT bHOEo   for their mothers  Wc -"tand back of our Shoc.  Thoy are made in such n war, from stock. Unit, there is no excuse for anything but _.-ti_.facUon  We have a. larger stock than jou usually see and lower prices for tiie _ame quality  than you oier run acro-S  Shoes to fit all feet, in styles to suit every fancy, al prices mowed down to a miniiuum.  BAKKR STKKKT, NELSON  TIOU  In consequence of a quantity of inferior coal oil being sold in the  city, purchksers are requested to see that all cases and tins are  marked either Standard Oil Company or imperial Oil Company.  C. W. WEST & GO., Agents.  ..      ASK YOUR CROCEB FOR TI{E: CELEBRATED  .  Tho Best that Money can Buy.  Take no Other  Rolled  Oats  ii  -.rmiufactii-cd liy. the llmfikiiian-Ker Millinjf Co., Ltd,  Victoria, Vancouver. Westmiiihier; Kdniontoii.Nelson.  TENTS AND AWNINGS  Now isthe time to order your tents and awnings  for the spring. Any size tent or awning made.  The only factory between Winnipeg and the Coast  224-226 Baker Street, ffelsoq.  TO YOUIl LOT LINK  WK 310 IT     S|._I_ US  GAS PITTING OUS SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OP ALL KINDS  Opera House Block, Nelson  8TEACHAN BBSS.  red J. Sifuifej Merefcaat Talfar  FULL LINES OF WINTER MD SPRING SUITIMGS  WEST BAKBR StliB-B-T* NELSON-  OPPOSITffi BthVm, KIN�� HOTf-I-  wsfg

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