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 /  ���  1/  w  DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAR.  NELSON:   SATURDAY MORNTNG,  FEBRUARY 10,  1900.  PRICE FIVE  CENTS.  BOSUN MINE RESUMES WORK  Others Will ProbaWy Follow.  Ni_av DknvI'-K, February 0.���  [Speeial to Tlio Tribune.]���Operations were resumed yesterday on  tho Bosun mine, tho shut doAA'ii  having been of short duration. A  small force of men went to work,  but their numbers were increased  this morning, and it is the intention  to.swell the force to the full number. Most of the men are  picked miners, and the Bosun Avill  have a splendid working-ere.v.. It  is understood the Avages paid are  on the recent compromise basis of  $-..25 per day. Shipments Avill follow in regular order. The effect on  the towniof the resumption of AV.oi-k  on the Bosun is most encouraging,  4 and thus, with the other mines  iioav operating, promise a good  season for this section!  Upwards of ninety men arc now  employed  on   the  Payne, and. the  'ore'shipments are  increasing at a  rapid rate, averaging now  40  tons  per day. . '  Last week s;ore: shipments were  at the 350-ton figure, and AA'as made  up from the Payne, American Boy,  Queen Bess, Rambler, Emily Edith,  aiid Arlington. Since January 1st  the ore shipped amounted to 12IS  tons.  - The enterprise is employing four-,  teeii'men, and expect soon to have  a full force. Heavy ore shipments  Avill ensue from'this property.  James English, one of the best  known young men in town, left yesterday for Nelson to endeavor to  secure a position in the British contingent of Strathcona's horse. He  hails originally from "'Prince" Albert,  and had experience at that point  during the Northwest rebellion.  License inspector Black is busily  engaged arranging for the issuance  of licenses to those hotels Avho failed  to appear before the commissioners  in December.  Manager Bluemenauer reports the  Hartney as looking  ^j^*^'1'. >V"',  sorted England Avas Avorsted. The  amendment Avas lost by a vote of  200 to 77. At a meeting of the  Irish parliamentary party this  afternoon, at which minor officers  AA'ere elected, a number of contributions AA-ere received. The members  also received a cable message from  the president of the Massachusetts  Hibernian Society, promising the  support of 30,000 members.  LONDON CREDITS THE STORY  BULLER HAS RETIRED AGAIN  Speculation as to His Object.  Chicago, February 9.���-[Special to  , tho. Tribune].���News . has . beeii received in London from Boer sources,  which, however, has not yet been  confirmed by dispatches to the Avar  office, asserting that general Buller's  forces',Aihieh0 on Monday crossed  the Tugela at Molen's drift, have  been compelled to retreat, after  .severe fighting on Thursday morning.  In the house.of commons tonight,  Mr. Balfour, the government leader,  made the following announcement:  ''Our information points to the fact  that general Buller is not pressing  an advance from the position he has  occupied. We do not consider it  right to press him for details of the  operations AA'hich are in progress,  nor if he gives such information do  avc deem it proper to make it public  ,un til such operations a re com pleted."  General MacDonald, who has been  holding Koodoosherg drift, has been  ordered to. return to Methuen's  camp on'the.Modder river, the purpose of the reconnaissance having  been aceom pi ished. Lord Roberts  confirms the news of the Boer repulse by Gatacre at Penhoek and  Bird river.  ore ghowing   in' all_t_JT_^-r^___.---^L.faM,  ��"vlt?is hoped now, Avitli the extra fall  of snow,   to get   tho ore down for  shipment.   MINERS' COMMITTEE FAILED  To Boceive Even a Hearing.  Sandon, Februai y 9.���[Speeial to  The Tribune.]���There has been a  conference committee of the union  iu session here since Wednesday  last, consisting of a delegate from  each union in Briti_.li  Columbia for  - the purpose of meeting the 1111110-  owners' association, or their representatives, with a vieAV of effecting  a settlement of the labor trouble if  possible. A committee of three  Avas appointed to seek a meeting  Avith the mine-oAvners, but after repeated efforts the members of the  association flatly refused to meet  the members of the committee under any consideration. The delegates will return home,   it is not  - known Avhat will be the next move  on the part of the miners.  Atlin Open to All-Comers.  Victoria, February 9.���[Special  to the Tribune.]���At tho eA'cning  session of the legislature last night  attorney-general Henderson submitted the promised amendment to  .-\ the Placer Mining Act. This goes  further than Avas before indicated,  and not only permits aliens to acquire mining property by purchase,  but, by altogether repealing the Act  of last session makes them eligible  as before to take out freo miners'  certificates, and stake ami hold  property. In consequence of this  Joe Martin AvithdreAV tho bill to the  same effect, of "which ho had given  notice. On this issue tho goA'ernment might have been defeated, but  the ministers ha\*ebecn aviso enough  not to hold out against public  opinion.  "With Ireland's Politicians.  London, February 9.���During the  debate in the house of commons today, the amendment to the address  in reply to the speech from the  throne, introduced by John Joseph  Clancy, Iribli Nationalist member  for the north division of Dublin  county, calling attention to the  overtaxation of Ireland, Timothy  Jlealy, Irish Nationalist member  for North Louth* protested against  the interpretation of the act of  union being decided ex~parte. He  (Contrasted the English attitude  therein to the Venezuela case, Avhen  the United States forced arbitration, and in which Mr. He&ly as-  Lonoon,    February    9.���In    the  Morning  Post,  Spencer AVilkinson  today, reviewing the military situation, says:    "Lord Roberts is evidently about to begin his campaign,  and there aie   signs  that general  Methuen's force Avill make the first  important   move.     I.t   is  pro!.able  that the seventh, division Avill soon  be heard of, co-opeia&ing Avith general Methiien.   The latest iioaa's regarding general Buller's operations  is    puzzling^    It    looks    now   as  if    he    never     seiiously   contemplated an  attack to relievo Ladysmith,  but   only  a demonstration  to prevent the Boers from diverting  reinforcements    to   Mageisfontein.  Looking to the distance from Ladysmith to   Kimberly, a   journey in  Avhich  the Boers  would got little  railway help  for tho  transport of  theii   forces,   lord   Robei'ts has   a  clear Avcck for the first bloAV, which  Avill put a neAV face upon the  situation.     This   hypothesis  Avould  account   for     the   present   state   of  things, iu both theatres of Avar, and  tho  peculiarities  of the attacks of  Monday and   Tuesday,  AA'ould.be-'  come intelligible,* for  if they had  been   intended  as a set ions niove-  ment,  general  I.uller  would   have  been largely rcinfoiccd, and Avould  have    pushed    the    attack    with  greater energy,"  THE IE ROI U_Y8~0FF ~ME-I  Northport Smelter to Close.  IIosst.anp, Feb. 9 -The Le Roi  ceased shipping today and paid off  about 100 men this morning, retaining about 200 men for development  Avork only. It is not expected that  the move AA'ill affect other British-  American corporation mines. Shipments -will not be lesiimed until  tho neAV 40-diill compressor plant  ordered last October is installed  and iu Avorking order. Manager  MacDonald declined today to say  when shipping AA'ould bo resumed.  Coming so soon after tho War  Eagle  and  Centre Star announee-  ,ment, the Le Roi matter causes a  gieut deal of uneasiness here.    In  -many quarters the action of all the  companies is "alleged ,to be on  account of tho eight hour hvw, but  there is no confirmation of this  from any reliable sou ice.  The     Northport     smelter,  owned entirely by the Lo  Roi  of course close doAvn.  now  will  That Buller Was Defeated.  Loxnox, February 10.���London  accepts as the truth the Boer  statement that general Buller has  again failed. The reports which  Avere passed by the British censor  at Aden, aro read in the light of  Mr. Balfour's announcement in the  commons, that general Buller is not  pressing his advance.  Winston Churchill cables that  Valkranlz Avas impracticable, for  the lack of guns Avhich were needed  to support a further advance. His  cablegram leaA'es general Buller on  Tuesday night,'sen ding a fresh brigade to relieve tired soldiers of  .Valkrantz.  The descriptive writers with  general Buller Avere alloAved rather  a free hand again in explaining the  ugly position Avhich the British  held, and the nature of the obstacles  Avhich had to be��� overcome,- so it is  easy to infer that Avith Boer riflemen and artillery defending them,  the hills,.ravines.and jungles have  not been overcome, and thus the,  public is prepared in advance for  bad neAArs.  Heliograms from Ladysmith, dated IMonday, describe tho effect of  general Buller's cannonade had on  the worn garrison. Hope ran" high,  that the long period of inactivity  and-tedium AA'as drawing to a close.  The crash of guns AA'as almost continuous for ten hours, and at times  it seems as if as many as 20 shells  burst in a minute. The Boers, preparing ahvays for the possibility of  defeat, AA'ero driving herds and  sending long " Avagon trains the  Drakensburg passes.  General McDonald's retirement  puzzles tho military commentator.  The theory that finds acceptance is  that it AA'as ordered by lord Rob-  eits, and that both general Buller's  and general McDonald's operations  AA'ere by the direction of the commander-in-chief, in order to occupy  -the Boers > at Avidely .separated  points, so P-hat they would be-unable to transfer any portion of,their  forces to oppose the projected cen-  tial advance.  Charles Williams, a military  Avi iter who is understood to be in  confidential relations AA'ith ��� lord  Wolseley, says that beyond doubt  the most authoritative opinion in  London regards it as probable that  all endeavor AA'ill be made to force  the line of the Orange river before  Wednesday next, possibly by Monday. '  Henry V. Lucy says that the  health of sir Alfred Milner, governor of Cape Colony, is suffering  from the prolonged strain, and his  fi Sends fear he Avill break doAvn.  Lord Salisbury's son, lord Ed-  Avard Cecil, is responsible for Mafeking being so well provisioned. ' At  the outbreak of tho Avar he learned  the amount of army stores about  to be sent to Mafeking, and, on his  OAvn incentive pledged his priA'ate  means, and had these stores quadrupled. He is iioav in Mafeking.  "and ono"of its boldest" defenders.  Loxnox, February 10. ��� The  Times, dealing with the military  situation, says : "If general Buller  has failed, it seems unlikely that  another attempt -will be made. The  terrible initial stragetic mistake of  abandoning the principal objective  for a subsidiary operation, still  oA'ei'Aveighs the campaign, but tho  time approaches Avhen its baneful  influence Avill cease to defer our  action. The great issues of the  AA'ar Avill not bo decided in Natal."  General MacDonald'a retirement,  the Times considers inexplicable.  London, February 10.���A special  dispatch from Spearmans Camp,  dated yesterday (Friday), says that  OAving to the Boor cross lire, and  the impossibility of entrenching  Vaalkrantz, general Buller's forces  AvithdrcvA'. The Financial Ncavs,  Avhich publishes this dispatch, suggests that general Buller has not  yet actually recrossed   the Tugela,  increase in the navy. It is thought  that parliament AviII be asked for  ��20,000,000 for uoav ships. The Avar  office has reduced the minimum  standard height again, this time to  live feet, three inches, for infantry;  and five feet, tAvo inches, for artillery.  NELSON'S GRAND SEND OFF  TO INVADE THE FREE STATE  Methiien Expected to Move.  London, February 9.���A war  office dispatch from lord Roberts,  dated Thursday, February Sth, confirms the report that general. Gatacre has repulsed the Boers" .it Penhoek and Bird's river,''ind that the  security of both outposts is established. '"'��� .;._."_.:..' ������_������������       ;  Iii regard to general McDonald's  operations, lord ' Roberts docs  not ment ion t he former's retire-  ment tor the - Modder river.  He J. says-: i "'MacDonald ^ was  despatched to prevent the Boers  blocking the main drift at Koodoosberg, and successfully established  himself at Koodoosberg, in spite of  the determined efforts' of the Boers  to dislodge hini.";^Ati^MaeP'phal(i's'.  request Babihgtoh.was sent with  reinforcements'-, 'on- v Wednesday.  February 7th. Babiiigton threatened the Boers north of Koodoosberg, Avhile another force droA*e out  the Boers _ southward.-" The despatch concl tided Avithjthe statement:  '" The enemy haA'e uoav evacuated  their positions ands none are in  sight." j  'Loxnox, Feb. 10)���A despatch  to the Morning Post, dated Thursday says: General MacDonald and  General Babington's force's'. will  return shortly, and adds that the  initiative -to tho . recoimbissance  am inated from headquarters.  Loxnox, Feb 10.���:A despatch to  the Times, from Koodoosberg drift  dated Thursday says it is reported  that Boer reinforcements are arriv-  ing from Magersfontien. Our  position is easily tenable, but the  entire force has been ordered to  return to Modder" River tomorrow. v*__j��  Loxnox, "FebTlO.���Th'e Times lias'  the     folloAving     from    Kimberly,  dated February Sth:   The Boer big  gun shelled us all  day' yesterday,"  but "nobody aviis killed.  London, Fell, 10.- The correspondent of the Times ���at Lorenzso  Marquez.underdateof February Sth.  says the Portugues customs authorities haA'e seized a quantity of arms  and amntiitiou consigned under a  false description.  THE PLAGUE IS DYING OUT  Relief Measures Discussed-  Washington,   February   9.  -At  the cabinet session today the pi in -  cipal subject of discussion was the  plague situation in HaAvaii. It AA*as  pointed out that the exigencies of  the case required the destruction of  a large number of cabins, in the  poorer section of the city of Honolulu, and thatju consequence many_  natiA-es AA*ere homeless anil in a  destitute condition.  Apparently there is no legislative  authority to meet the situation by  the appropriation of funds for the  relief of those in distress, .ind it is  understood to be the purpose of  president McKiniey to communicate  the facts to congress, AA'ith a request  for authority to rccoijA'one the old  legislature, to establish a commission Avith ] 10Aver to do Avhatever is  needful at this time.  Smallpox in Sossland.  Rossland, February 9.���A case  of smallpox AA'as discovered hereto-  day. The patient is an eight-year-  old child. avIio came here Avith her  mother from Colvillc on Saturday  last. She had beeu A'accinnted and  duly passed the quaiantine. The  house has been quarantined and  the patient and her mother removed  to the isolated hospital. Every  precaution is being taken.  Another Railway Smash.  Escaxaha, Michigan, February  8.���The Chicago k NortliAvestern  passenger train, known as the  Welsh mountain accomodation,  Avhich runs betAveen this city and  Metropolitan. Ava.s Avrecked in a  rear end collision at Ford river  switch tonight. Nine persons Avere  killed, three are reported missing,  and five seriously and four slightly  injured.   A Monster Navy Vote.  Loxnox, February 0 ���The first  lord of the admiralty, Mr. George  Goschen, is preparing  for a large  San FiiaxcisCo, February .),���  Three additional deaths from tho  plague have occurred since tho previous advices' from Honolulu, a  Chinese dying on .January 20th, a  native Avoman dying on tho 27th,  and a Japanese on the 28th. The  Avifej of the Jap also sIioavs signs of  the disease. They Avere few suspects, and no positive cases, up to  the time of the sailing of tho Alameda. Tho health officials on  February 2nd stated that all the  detention camp1, avcio freo from  sickness of any kind, and the doe-  tots Avere under the impression  that the plague had about run its  course.   Sir Edward Clarke to Retire.  London, February 0.���In consequence of the adoption by tlio Conservative association of Plymouth  of a resolution deptecating his attitude tOAvard the government's  South African policy, sir Edward  George Clarke, AA'ho has represented  Plymouth in pailitunent since 1880,  has applied for tho Chiltern hundreds. .  To Kootenay's Volunteers.  The Nelson contingent of the  Strathcona Horse left at midnight  for.Ottawa, amid an outpouring of  enthusiasm, the equal of Avhich has  not been seen in Nelson. They  AA'ero dined at the Hotel Phair, and  escorted to tho Avharf by a croAvd  of not less than 1000 citizens, avIio  could scarce find means to vent the  feelings Avithin them. The occasion  Avill linger long in the memories of  those avIio Avitnesscd the scene.  At 9:.'_0 o'clock the fareAvell banquet opened at the Phair. The  dinner Avas tendered by George C.  T.unstall of Nelson, and J. H. SteAV-  art, tho railroad, contractor, Avho is  to build 'the Balfour extension of  the C. P. R. Mr. Tunstall is a well  knoAvn Nelsonite and his patriotic  effort'to honor the departing volunteers";- is most creditable.. Mr. Stew?  art has been accused of not being a  British subject, but his unsolicited  generosity iii entertaining the Canadian boys avIio are to fight the empire's-battles iti Africa should refute the charge.      U    v  The dining room Avas handsomely  decorated. Walls and ceilings were  draped Avith Union Jacks and the  national colors.were in evidence on  eA'ery hand. Perhaps the most interesting feature - Avas the bright  and animated faces -of .the ..stalwart,  young men about the board, many  of Avhom for various reasons Avill:  probablyjieA'er. foregather in Nelson again. The viands Avere choice  and Avell.served, eA'ery effort being  made by mine host Phair to provide  his guests  Avith a sumptuous  rer  past. '^'-;\       _���';.   .'.        ���       ';;'._'''.v'-V'- .1  ; His:;worship, mayor Houston, occupied the chair, and about him  were grouped the folloAving gentlemen exclusiA'o of the members of  the contingent, Avho AA'ere present  in full force: Ex-governor Mackintosh E. Parkes, Dr. Bowes, Rossland ; major Leckie, Republic; J.  McMartin, T. G. Procter, L. C.  J-Xtvis;- R. Xp- Cochrane, lieutenant  Beer, Nelson ; John Mclvane, H, 51.  Ellis, Rossland ; and lieutenant J.  Edwaids Leckie .of Strathcona's  Horse.  When covers Avere removed mayor  Houston introduced the toast list of  tho eA'cning by neatly proposing the  health of her most gracious majesty  avIio ruled, lie said, amid applause,  the gieate.st empire the Avorld has  ever seen.' The company responded  Avith a resounding rendition of the  national anthem.  "The Army and Volunteers" Avas  proposed coupled Avith the name of  Dr. Boavcs of l_oy_land, avIio made  an eloquent 1 espouse.     Tho toast,  he said, Avas dear  to  the  heart  of  every  Anglo-Saxon, and  ho  uiged  the Kootenay b-'J's iioav starting to  the front to emulate the example of  their hcioic forefatheis. Thoy AA'ere  going forth  as the representatives  of Canada, the feAV  chosen  Avhere  many had  responded   to  the  vail.  (Applause.)    The Strathcona Horse  must remember  that  the  eyes of  every C.'iiTailirnFA~A asTipo-Ttl-eTTTand-  they must do their duty even;should  it bo of a humble  uatuin .such  as  AA*cildiiig    the    pick    and    shovel.  (Chorus���"We'll doit!")   They had  taken tho queen's .shilling and must  not deface it, they had donned tlieir  armor and must keep it untarnished.  In conclusion  lie  AA'ishcd  the contingent God-speed  and  a  safe  return.  T. G. Procter sang the ovor-  popnlar "Soldiers of tho l^ueen" in  the chorus of which the company  joined Avith right good Avill.  ���'The Empire" AA'as the next toast  ���and it aa'jis iu the hands of ev-  govei nor Mackintosh, Avho made a  tooling reply.  .J. Mclvane foIloAved Avith an excellent rendition of "Bonnie Prince  Charlie," Avhich evoked continued  applause.  "Canada" aviis proposed, and responded to by W. A. Galliher in  Avell.chosen and eloquent rcmaiks.  The Avoid ������empire'" had a special  meaning for him, he said���his heart  filled AA'ith pi ide at thp very thought  of it, and throbbed A\ith affection  at the mention of the queen who  ruled the empire ou .vhich it had  been said "the sun noA'er sets."  When one thought of the gallant  army, the noble navy, and the  mighty citadel ���the aaicIc Avorld  round���OA'er Avhich tho grand, brave  iMiion Jack floated, it Avas* not surprising that the heait AAas thrilled.  (Applause.) Referring to the  Stiathcona Horse, he i emarked  that the Britii-h Columbia men  A\erc as fine a lot of men as could  be   gathered   together   under   the  sun.   They AA'ere made of the right  stuff, and could be" depended upon  to respond to tiie call of duty.   The  boys'must bear in mind that it AA'as  no picnic party they Avere engaged  in. Some of those gathered together  around   the   festive   board   might  never return, but he could imagine  no more   glorious   death   for  any  man than  one  met -Avhile battling  for the cause of the empire.    (Applause.)     The    Strathcona   Horse  AA'ould be  iblloAA'ed   from  place to  place by  tho telegrams appearing  in the daily papers, and their course  AA'ould be Avatched Avith keen interest. . He charged them, should they  meet those who had gone forth before from the Kootenay, that they  should'convey the kindest greetings  of the  people  of Nelson,, and concluded .with a repetition of the sentiment '���God speed the boys."  George Kydd sang "The Maple  Leaf" in splendid voice; and the  company joined heartilyin the spirited chorus. ?: -..'-;..',���, :v...'_���  "The Boers and Iioav to Lick  Them," A.*as wittily handed by  Hector McCrae of Rossland. He  opened by remarking that it gaA'e  him pleasure to refer to the new  republ ic, or colony headed by Ceei 1  Rhodes, on Avhich the company insisted oh giving three cheers and a  tiger for Rhodes. Mr. 'McCrae expressed the hope that he might hear  of some of those volunteers present  ast haying attained, the title of  M. P. P. .which die translated amid  laughter as " Member I of the Pretoria Parliament." In concluding  he revealed the secret of Avhipping  the Boers: by exhibiting a Lee-  Enfield cartridge, AA'hich was greeted  Avith cheers.  Lieutenant-colonel Morris entered  at this moment.arid handed mayor  Houston: a telegraphic message he  had just received from the state of  Washington.    It lead :  "To Kootenay 'contingent, Strathcona Horse.���" Your American Avell  Avishers on the Washington side of  the line send greetings and good  ���Avill. We enjoin you to uphold not  only a just cause but to show your  queen that the sturdy pioneer blood  of the boundless Avest, in Avhich the  Americans _ and the British share  Avith eqnaF pride,'is"peerless the  Avorld around." _~   *  A burst of cheering and a rousing chorus of "Rule Brittannia"  greeted the kindly message.  Cheers for colonel Morris, colonel Steele, major Leckie and  others Avith the rendition of "Auld  Lang Syne" AA'ound up the proceedings.  A procession Avas formed to the  city Avharf, headed by the Salvation  Army band, Avhich played the "Red  White and Blue" vigorously. Over  a tho_i��and citizens gathered on the  dock, Avheie the national anthem,  Auld Lang Syne, etc. Avere  repeated at frequent intervals until  the -t-vimer Kel-on left her moor4  ings at midnight. The croAvd sent  volley after volley of cheers after  tho departing steamer to AA'hich the  A'oluntecrs responded lustily until  tho craft AA'as out of hailing distance. Then the ctoAvd trooped  home, and the  demonstration  was  OA*cr. _ _    _        "ColoncIMoitis Avill be joined at  Cranbiook at noon today by lieutenant Parker and 41 men avIio  have been enlisted there. The tAvo  parties Avill lay over at Medicine  flat until lieuteiiant-coloiH'l, Steele  arriA'es Avith the western contingent  uiised along the main line and consisting of 110"men. The combined  parties Avill proceed to OttaAva together.  Colonel Morris is delighted Avith  tho quality of tho men he has  secured in Nelson. "Physically and  otherwise," he remarked to Tm_  Ti-llii'.VK, "a better lot of men never  left the country. The only trouble  I encountered AAras in picking the  men, as I found Avhere I A\*auted om_  man, I could just as ea.sily have  had five. " There aa'ccc thirty or  forty men just as good as the last  one I selected, and the only point  of difference aviis in the riding."  The only feature of the .day aa'jis  the striking off of J. S. Mc-  Adams of Rossland and the  addition of Dr. LeAvis, a dentist  from Rossland, and W. E. Lindsay,  an ex-member of" the mounted  police, A\ho has been about tho  city for some time. A number of  men applied to Lt, Col. Morris  and during the morning some hope  Avas held out that vacancies might  occur during the day, but tOAvaid  night it AA-as apparent that all the  men recruited at Nelson pioposed  to stick to their determination and  that the contingents being raised  at other points, required no  assistance, -so tho iate arii\'als AA'ere  unable to secure any of the much  coveted places.  dei;  siti  MARTIN CREATES A SCENE  And Revives an Old Yarn.  Victoria; February 9.���[Special  to the Tribune,]���There aro Avigs  on parliament green. Joe Martin  today got his opportunity, and  poured the vials of his long-nursed  Avrath on his snpplanter. Cotton.  As a climax, he g.-rvo notice that ho  Avould move for ;i committee of inquiry " to investigate gross charges  of criminal "-misconduct against the  finance minister, which I am prepared to make in this-house and  have investigated."  The storm burst quite unexpectedly, like the proverbial thunderbolt from a clear sky.    The legislature Avas discussing,with becoming r  unanimity,.   Helgesen's    resolution  protesting against the admission of  Mongolians to citizenship, and Martin, AA'ith a sIioav. of irritation; iiici- '  dentally referred to the haw propo-  ion on the  part of  tho goA'ernment   to   adopt    the   Act    as   a  solution of the problem for dealing  Avith Mongolians. This Act provides  for an  educational  test  for immigrants.  Martin said this was a distinct  reversal of the policy of the government, Avhen he Avas a member of  it, and he advised against thus  yielding to pressure, instead of re-  enacting the anti-Mongolian legislation Avhich Avas disalloAved sit  OttaAA'a. He said he had folUnved  this course Avith success in Manitoba.  Shortly afterAA'ards Cotton spoke,  and Avhile denying that the ministers had reversed their policy he  indiscreetly proceeded to deal Avith  Martin's Manitoba record, AA'ith the '  obsei'A'ation, "I think the opinion  Ave must have of tho honorable'  gentleman's actions and career iu  Manitoba can be formed from his  retirement from that scene."  "What's that you say?" Martin  demanded iu a tone and manner  that electrified the houso.  Cotton    would    willingly    l.?-ye'  evaded  the- question,  but  Martin*^  ngain demanded that ho repeat tho  oulyhalf-hetird sentence, and Cotton  at length did_so.  Martin thereupon ictorted Avith  the vehement declaration, that ihts  was "the most contemptible statement ever made on the floor of the  house/' and AA'as proceeding AA'ith  otherforcible language AA'hen speaker  Forster succeeded in stopping the  fioAv by a tin eat to "name him."  The ex-attorney-general's rage  could-not be .-outrolled however,'  and <from his seat he kept up a  cross-fire of insulting ejaculations.  He said he Could go luck to Manitoba as often as ho liked, but that  Cotton dare not go to Colorado. Ik-  had no creditors in Manitoba, and  he had defrauded nobody there.  Could Cotton say a-_ much ?  Again the speaker interposed his  threat to name the Ex-Attorney  General and while Martin cogi.ed  Iioav  to  keep Avithin the 1 ules, and  atill pursue hi. enemy,  CljJTord,  in   a spirit of mischief, moved an  amendment to the resolution before  tho house. Martin immediately  took the floor, and Avaving aside  tho .speakers admonitions to confine  himself to the amendment, he  launched into new tit ado against  the finance minister, throAving out  th'e additional hint that "I have  never been capiased. I have never  been in gaol. Can the honorable  gentleman *-ay that pnuio AAith  regard to the place from which lie  came?  Cotton here found hi.s voice and  protested that he had intended  nothing personal, and that Martin's  insinuation AA'as Avithout foundation.  Martin, with a fresh breath, took  a iioav start on the text, reciting  that he aviis the first man Avho had  been able to extort a denial of the  often repeated story of the finance  minister's Avrong doing.  By this time the issue betAveen  speaker Forster and Martin AA'as be-  _coming acute, and Martin subsided  with the declaration that if ho was  not in order now, he AA'ould find occasion for ventilating the matter  by moving for the select committee  leferred to above.  No doubt Martin "vv ill be as good  as his Avord, and there are stirring  times ahead. Cotton had nothing  further to -.ay in the hou=e, but  this evening lie intimated that  neither himself nor the government  had cause for uneasiness- in fact  that, " Tho outcome of today  entertainment" will materially  strengthen the hands of the government.  -JBW��**��Sii|fe:^-_S"P  __-��-i__.-._. -.-.-���_-.-f*-for*'��. _-_k����^_-;*5-3-__h-._l__tfiT?ftfi^<_3-__-:^  g^pspiigsagg^\;.iiga THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10,  1900  -Spring Suits-$5  Now i~ ii good time to select your __ini.ii? suit or overcoat.   It. m;\y  .com a Utile  ���-���ai'ly, hul, lifliei' liny curly tlian w.iil  nnlil line.-, am broken.    We have just, re-  ��� ���uivwl u liit'KO _-ii|iu.e.-lof suits iintl light, overcoats, and will sell you .'-ergo and  HvftRil suits fur iin-u trom $;. up.  Hen our It-^uni yirciLimits for youiiK moil, Iho uewesL tiling out.  Baker Street,  Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR, Men's Outfitter.  Cni(.AKi-_i-V Avrcstcd the control  of the Silver King group of mines  from the men Avho discoA'ered it,  and it uoav looks as if mismanagement- bad rendered Avorthless the  stock that these men got for their  remaining interest in that property.  Eight years of scheming, and the  end is near. For tho good name of  British Columbia as a field for the  investment of mining capital, it is  to bo hoped the Silver King mine  and smelter Avill remain closed doAvn  rather than work be again resumed,  under the old management.  The action of the management of  tho Hall Mines, in deciding to cease  operations, Avill   not surprise  any  Avho  have ...followed'., the  career of  the company for the-past tAA'o years.  Although    not     unexpected,    the  action creates a condition -which is  certainly unpleasant to face.    The  mere   fact,  that  the management  has found it necessary to suspend  operations, carries  upon its face au  admission of failure.    This may bo  the fault of the mine, or  it may be  the fault of-the management.    It is  this phase of the question  AA'hich  most interests the people of Nelson,  as Avell as the stockholders who embarked their  money in  the  enterprise.    If the company has ceased  operations because the Silver King  group of claims will no  longer pay  Avorking expenses, and a reasonable  return  upon  the  money  invested,  then the bhut doAvu is a seA'erebloAV  to  Nelson  and the  entire district.  If,  hoAA-eA'er,  the   shut   down   has  been   occasioned    by   incompetent  management, it is no 1)1oav to either  the people of Nelson or the district  of Kootonay.     The suspension of-  operation-, in such an  event  will  call for an examination of tho  property, and the resumption of operations under capable management.  Until something of this kind has  been done, it is idle for anyone to  attempt'' to fix the cause for the  company's suspension. In A'ieAV of  this it is unfortunate that the local  manager of the company��� IL F,.  Croasdaile���should be so thought-  les'. as to lay the blame for the unhappy condition of affairs at the  door of tho provincial legislature  and that of the niiuera* union.  This is at least a, poor return for  the consideration sIioavu to the Hall  Mines management by the officers  of the local union. When the eight-  hour laAV Avent into effect, the ofli-  cei-a of the union Avere awarej^f the  shaky condition of the Hall Mines  company, and, not Avishing to increase the difficulties of tho management, they accepted a Ioav.t  scale of Avages from tho Hall Mines  than they took from any other  property in tho district. It is ho  doubt true,  hoAvever,  that the do-  fortunes of Avar pei mit of his  return, the reception that awaits  him in Kootenay Avill eclipse the  send oil" thatAvas given him ami his  men.  .   Tiii-iii'- is one other matter in connection aviti 1 the cost ot labor at  at the Silver King mine Avhich is  AA'orthy of attention. It has been  contended by practical miners, for  some months past, that tho cost of  mining at the Silver King Avas  greater than it should be, for the  reason that the company employed  as miners men avIio Averc^not  miners. This AA'as brought out  plainly in the investigation of commissioner Clute. The evidence of  John Doherty, upon oath, was "that  " sailors and soldiers AA'ere often  "hired, but experienced miners  " AA'ero scarce; and out of four  " partners avIio had Avorked Avith  " him, tAvo had never been in a  " mine before." The reason for  this AA-as that the management of  the Hall mines paid $3 per day,  aud got poor miners, while other  mine managers paid $3.50 and got  good miners. It is not difficult for  some people to conceive that a nuur  Avho understood mining might be  .worth $3.50 per day, Avhile a man  avIio understood nothing about  mining  might not be AA'orth $3 per  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. -B. 0.   ;  A boa id ing and day school conducted by the  Skiers of SI. Joseph of Peace. It is situated al  tilecornei of JN1 ill and Josephine sheets in one of  the best icsidentiiil poilion-. of Nel-on, and is  e.isilj accessible fiom all parts ol Ihccit...  The course of study includes the fiindaiiieiit.il  and higher biaudit's of llioiongli I.iiglish education: Dullness course���bookkeeping, stenographs nml typo ..riling. Science cuuise���music;  Aoe.ii.uul m__! unioiital, diawing, elc. JJlainait  anil needle..oik. elc.  .For trims'and paiticiilais apply to the Si__ei  Supeilor.  UK* T\    1 Will    open    her  Miss Palmer-sis  -'JJUI-CTI school  room on the 2nd of January, 1.XXI. Koi 1-enufi and  all part leiilnr-. apply to MISS l-'ALMKH,  At lcsidencfr ot Mi's. J. R. Robertson, Baker  Sticet West.  MREElilGHTir  A week spent, al the Xclson Biis_���i.\,ss C'nl-  lc'e will in.ikc a Mookkcepor or Shiui-  hand wild']'of yon  bof���.io tgn n-g. Try it.  day. Mr. Croasdaile chose to  employ cheap men at cheap AA'ages,  and the engineer whom the company employed to report upon the  management found that the cheap  labor AA'as costing tho company  more than aahs consistent Avith  good management. If the consulting engineer---Mr. llardnian���understood his business Mr. Croasdaile AVtis very much at fault, and  ho should at least bo Avilling to  divide the responsibility for the  failure.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Just -Received  A CARLOAD OF CHOICE  VEGETABLES.  Sweet Potatoes  Parsnips  Potatoes  Cabbages  Carrots  Turnips  Beets  Onions  Telephone 1��V  Viol oi in  ritieet  NELSON BUSINESS COLLEGE  Here's Bargains  NP'S SUITS  ^.Vp Ii.iao -iboiit _!"> ."miLs of fjoort <-n vieeable  I .-ccita, o.lils.uul ones of oiii'SIOiiiijl gl-!siiii-<, .ill  ���.i/u* ni e it. I he loL    Take yom' choice fur ��7.50.  lloy's su ith. Will in mid nice, evlia good for lit-  ll(. pike.  Untlei wear nl special low pilars.  Hiii'Kiun-. in Men's and boj '���> cips, socks and  lies.   Qii.ililygoo-l~-pnt.cs low.  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.  Canada Druj. & Book Go.  NKLSON  HALCYON WATER  IS NO __3XI��l_:"l*IM___-NT.  The'   mpiliciii-il    i allies   of    ITAL-.VON  WAT!.11 h.is  born proven.  Halcyon Water Is Bottled Properly.  A'ernon street   Thorpe ��S_ Co.  vulopmeiit <jf the .Silvei' King group  cost the Hall Mines, much more than  it shouhl haA'e cost. This, in the  opinion of Mr. Hanlnian, \va__ tho  fault of tho company's management, there being more men eni-  1-loyud to ac'compli-.h a" giA-en  amount of aaoiIc than was consist  out Avith intelligent management.  This cannot be charged up to the  miner.-' union or thecight-cmr law.  Again: the company has state. I right  along that the bnlk of its development AA'as performed under contract. The effect of this admission  i.s that the eight-hour laAV could not  affect the cost of the bulk of tho  company's Avork, since the management fixed the pr',w of contracts.  While the rank and file of the  contingent recruited in Kootenay  for the Stralhcona horse are  in the main natives of tho land  across the sea, the one oliieer  that has been alio ted to  Kootenay is a native of Canada.  Lieutenant Leckie Avill do honor to  the land of lm  birth, and  if the  llaker StrCcL,  Opposite Queen's Hotel.  Cll.KAXIXG  AND  .--.l-All-lSO  BROWN & 00.  GUT-PRICES-IS THE  OU-.E1- OF TIIK DAY  And I waul, to be in It. I have jdht received  _Tali Httrtipl-ii. of SuitlngH and OvorcoiiUiiR-i, repro-  ponUiiK ft $_0.flOO slock to choose from mado to  your order at n ices never hot oi e heard of in Nelson. All tho li-lC-t fads In Fancy AfcstiiiKa for  Kail and winter.  J-.tdien' tailoring in all ilH branches a specially.  Lowest prices.   1_ooi_ih 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailop  VOIM. OWN' GOOIIH -.1..I.I- UP  01.1) ULOTIII'.'-. ALA I IK HOOD Ab NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MKIK'HANT TAII-OK  City of He! _on Local Board of HeaRi]  vaccination' notice.  Xoliec i-,1i<"<"l-\ ifivvn lli.it il i^ llie diitj of llie  li.ueiiti of ovci J child to cuiist- sisi'li < luld \\iliiin  tliroi' iiiunllmul t\* Imlhto lie Liken tu miiiiu  uieihcil iir.ii lilidiii'i, duly .ipiiouiti <l or autiioi-  i/Lci miili'i llie iciiiU.ioiiMif llie pio. inci.i! huaiil  d-f IiimHIi. for tlio pniTi)"!' ot lii'iilMr viiccini-leil.  iVuti(,UM also Kivcii tli.il fiom a|ul .vflei llie  flfiiciil.i day of I'Vhi'd.ii'j inM.nil, no child will  lie allowed id alLi'iul nil} public oi-pnv.ite m hool  iii Hi" City ul Ncl-ioii, nub's, such t Intel sli.ill pio-  fliici lo Hie prim ip<il or liachur of the M'huol ii  (Cititl-.ttenhovMiiK thai the child h:.s bo jn <*\io  (.(.'v-fully lacc'iiatcd  A ph. sioi.m Mill ho ni.ittriubince .it Ihc public  s< hools .l.iilj. from .'{ o'cloi k p. m. until 1 n't.lurk  p in., loi the pmpiitu ol \iu cin.itiiiK uhildicn.  KAur> -���luld pioflcnliiif; iki-Ii for \.ti ci nation  should be nivoiiipained bj one of its p nenls.  Cliildicu when' ji.u'enl'.uio iinabh- to pay the  V.�� cIimIioii fte pajiihli- to the iitidu.il pucli-  tionyr, will he iucoiii.itI'd Ineof fliai^c on application lo Ihc ph..M<iniis .iltendiiiK at Ihe jmlilk'  sdiools, oi to Hi Ijal-.in the uty n"'di-iil hi'.i'lh  olllcci.   1-yoidci,  .1. K. hl'HAOH AV. Secretary.  iVelfOil. It.��.'., Kebin.uj 7th. I'JM'.  NOTICE.  VolifC is heu'ln triuu lh.il I intend Hi ipplj at  Ui(_ nf-l iitcuilii^or Ihe lioaid ol I.nuiisi . i.m  missiQ-ii'is foi Ihe Citj of N'elson. hi M .jtn-r the  (".pn.viloii of llmli dais- fiom liu, il.ili iici'ooi,  lorn ti.iris.fi-r ul I hi- mIooii Iuimisc hdv Ik lit !>_>  me. dated llie J'ttll iIiia of .l.inii.in, I'rn', fi i Ihe  iJijiicKn. saloon, situato on Ihc casl li.ill uf lol <i  bloek 1. Xclson.lk ('., to AV. (i. Kubiiisoit of Vcl  .im._)T,  Jl.itid tliin7l]idii) of 1 I'liriimy, I!��3n.  \Vitne_i:   JI. V. M wi.mv.     li. K. SMI fJT.  H. D.   ASHOROFT  BLACKSMITHING   AND-EXRERT   HORSESHOEING     *  ,  Wagon repair'i.k jir.i_ipt.iy attended to by a  rat-c!a_�� 'wneolwri-.k!.  Special attoritl in Kli on to all kind., of repair-  "   niHtnm work from ontsido polnt��.  Hall St . hut ween I-.ikcr and Vornon  lr fr and oiiHtnm work from ontsido polnt��  Shop:   Hall St . between IUkc  SMOKE  ROYAY SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION JViAD  ootenay Gigar Mfg,  Nl.IJaOV,  -llUI'I-it! I'fil.llMIlIA  !_____:-ST1 ���e��L-<2' - <SL-e* ���______ *"* -<SL -** ��� <��. ���  ."**;����_��_. '^t. ���*��.. >____. �����_����. -^^^-^^ .-^k,.<tM_v ���>*��,���  fi*._*. fiBfi.fi*. fi*  ^ST'^Z'"^'  *  ���^5 ��� fi*^% ��� fi*^ - fi*^s>-fi*^ss> -fi*-fi* -fi*-fi*- fi*,*fi*��A  w  1/^ifrS- -r'SrS.- _?�����'& ��rif Sr _���>  w  NOVELTY  DRESS  GOODS  **j_ -13-1333 :���_}:_5H3 333:_>*  36 BAKER STREET, NELSON  '-'Sr' Srfr'tr r-'Sf-'S Ke.  m  Oi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  _a��  NEW  SPRING  GOODS  ���*_S333 333 333 333 _#'  w  iff  iti  iti  \ti  iff  iti  iff  iff  iff  iff  Our Whitewear Sale being such a great success we still offer greater  reductions in all departments this coming week  W  iti  iti  w  Our buyer, Mr. Irvine, is in the east  purchasing Spring Goods, and  in order to  make room we will  give our customers  great  bargains  iti  iti  iti  iti  iff  ay Cloak arid Suit Department  Ladies' Jackets $3, former price $6  Ladies'Jackets $4, former price $7.50  Ladies' Jackets $5, former price $8  Ladies' Jackets $6, former price $10  Ladies'Jackets $8, former price $12  Tailor-made Suits from $5 to $25  Navy and Black Serge Skirts from $3 to $7  Plain   and   Fancy  Brillianteen   Skirts   from  $2 50 to ��6  A  few Tweed  and   Fancy Plaid  Skirts  at  prices to clear  Furnishing Department  New  Spring  Carpets and  Draperies, .Bugs  and Mattings, Oil Cloths and Linoleums,  .Lace Curtains and "Window Blinds, made  *    aiid hung free of charge  iff  iti  \ti  iti  iti  iti  Dress Goods Department  In  iff  order to  clear this department we will  sell at less than half price lengths suitable for waists, skirts and dresses  Black Wool  Crepons, and Serges in Black  and Colors> from 25c up  Henriettas in Black and colors, 30c up  Camel's Hair Chevoit  suitings  and  Tailor-  made Suitings of all kinds     '  High-class Novelty Dress Goods, also Black  and Colored Silks for skirts and dresses  Don't miss this great bargain sale  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  Bargains  50 dozen' Ladies'Hemstic3jfd H&W-ikerchiefs.  at *50c per dozen or 5c V^i'-jn ���   .  Ladies' ^ilk Blouses and Underskirts at very  low prices. ��� ,  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  %  *53333333*3333__*^  |f Butterick Patterns *  W Si nd for hi  q\ Hi  %     Fashion Sheet     ��  ff- -_i  36 BAKER STREET, NELSON  ^?_��33333 33333 9^  Go.  Mail Orders  Prompt'y  Attended to  <fS-f6fffeffftt���_;t  k.y.>_^. ���^���'^^^���^'^^^^^^-^^-^g^        &'i��'^-&-**-&-0*->*'-0*'^-fi*-**.fi*.fi*.^*i*'*fi$��.  'fiS^Sfi -fi*-^S> - fi*'~fi*. -fi*-fi*' fi*- fi* ��� fi*- fi*- fi*'fi*'fi*'fi*'fi*        *���____,���**-__.��� ��^ ,*___> 'SSJ^ >*k. 'tB^ ^���*5__'<';2_^;5*,:>5_'',IS_!' >55^ -���5ET- ���_]-5__;  iff  iff  iff  iff  iti  A. R. BAEROV/, A.H.I.CE.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner *Vlo-Orl��"_-iid Kootenay'Streots.  P. O. Box 559. TKI.KI'HONK NO. 9i  ge  ait uoa  The l..".t value for tlio jnoiiey iii Ihe mat koi  for nil lmrposui.  ���ir.itMS CAhii      W. P. TIU--.I--', General Agent  Tt-loj-iiCJiio 117.    Oi'llce with (;. II. J. Christie.  W. Starmer Sn]Sth & Co.  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY  Ollice AVni'd SI i col,  SWEEPING  Oppo-iiLc Opei.v Hon^c  COAL I      COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $9.65|[:;��r'sNcst  $6.15  DELIVERED  Hard Co.il  A_]l>.incite  THr.KI'HONK  33  C. W. West & Co.  Fruit-and-Ornamental Trees  Uliixloclunilroiis, llo-os I'.iiK-y Kvoibipoiis  llut'iioln-.. Hiilbs. new wop L.iwu <-<iai- a<'i'<l for  ine-ent or sjnitiK p!anliii|f.- l.aiWht uiiil most  complete Mock in AA'cleiu ('.Hi.ula. C.U! anjl  nililve your sclcoliMH or soiul lor riitiilogiu-, AU-  dicsh ut isuiM-ry jjiountls ami gjcoiilmu^  300n A\'estiiihi'.lei'Ilou-l.'Vaiiuo'iv<'i'. 11. <"���  SHERIFF'S   SALE. "  Pioviiibo of  HiIIMi Columbia,   NeKon,   AVe-t  H\ virLilcof uAVrit of I'ii'i'i I -icia- Ksncd out  of tlie Siijncjiie Com t orUrl'Mi Coliiinliia, al the  .nil of ChinIc.CnlIii_.li.tn, Ailiiiiiii-iliHlor of the  pstali' of AVilli.un ('nll.ili.iil. (li'uM-ul. pl.ui'titl,  jiKiilti��.tAloii/o U. C'opli'ii, (lurcml.'iiil. .m<l lo me  <lii ei't"d ,ij,mIiim tin- irooils nml uhul IfN or Alon/o  1). Coiilcii, the s.uil ilcfcmi.iiii, I Ihimj soi/eil uml  l.il-cn iiH'M'i'iilioiiiill the riKlif. liilejuiil inlciu-t  oi tin1 siuil ilefen-liiiil, Alon/o !>��� (-o.ilcn. m the  iiiinur.il eli-luj, "CIiiciko." Mliiitle.1 tiImilt one  link- fiom lliu jiiuutitm of Cody noil ( .upiiilei'  Ci units, on the went side of Cull} I'lci'K, and in  ihommci.tl claim. "C.il>i> I.odi'. mlualwl on lop  of the divide licUeen K union Creek .mil (oily  Cieck, and aboul one mile from muillli of  (ml. Cite!., tulioininx tin' "Hii'l_el a"'i  "I'leilillti !.io" iiunei.il I'aiin-., to m-ow-r Ihe  sinn or ($I7��7."S0. soM'iiteen hnndied anil ���.oxen  iloll.iis and lluilv eoiils. lunoimt or>_inl cMii'ii-  tioii.iiidaUointeieM on.?17().I.S�� lit siv pel I'unlnm  pi i .iiiiuiin fiom ilii'M-vciiti-ciilh dnv of Jaiiii.uj  1'KK), mml p,i>ini'iil, he-uU'o Mieiltls po.i.id.if,'o,  jullker'h'fei-s, and ,i'l oilier lc|5.il ilicideiilal e\-  DPiiscs; .ill of which I '-hull o\pose for -..lie or  Mllllcietit thi'H'or toi.lti-f.. '-aid ind|_ri'moi!l, debl  and co-lsat Ihe I rout of iris oiliee, nevt 10 Iho  Com! House, ui the City of SVNiin. H. C.pn I liu  niiithrtn.) oi Kclu-u.u ., A. 1).. 1IKKI, at II ocloekin  tin- fin .noon. ...      ' ,  ,,  NOTJC��� IiitoiiiIiiiB|)ilJ(liiisi'l-hWill''.ili-fj_ fhem-  sehes.iM to iii[t.ieM and title of t-.iid defemlaiil.  JJated al Now Denver, H.C.. itllh 'aniiarv, l'KKI.  S. P. TUCK. 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('-Houston (Jeneral Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  NELSON BRANCH  Northwest Corner Baker and  Stanley Streets  Branches in -Loxnox (England) Nkw Yonic,  Ciiic.iuo, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  (.Irani Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Alude, Etc.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Savings Bank Branch  CUKR-SXT HATH OK IN TI-I.I.ST PAID.  MODERN   WARFARE.  N-  London, February 2.���"The future of the Avar." is the theme of an  interview. Avitli a noted authority,  published in the Daily Telegraph.  In substance it is as follows:  "What are Ave to take as the broad  lesson of the Avar ?"  "That the  combination   of   the  magazine rifle, Avith defensive-lines,  ./ has revolutionized the Avhole  practice of Avarefare as-much as did tho  invention of guupoAvder on the appearance of Napoleon.    It has long  beeii suspected that the first great.  European   struggle   '--would    prove  this, but   nobody   AA'as quite pro-  pared for the development  on the  side of the Boers  of  the  most advanced continental science.    Duller  and Methuen haA'e  been  faced  by  Doer lines twenty and thirty miles  long.    Tho field of Waterloo would  be a mere-pocket upon such spaces,  and this means  that bayonet  assaults and cavalry charges cannot  now be delivered  quick  enough to  tell."  "Wo have entered, then, upon a  Avhblly new era in the tactics of  Avar ?"  "Ves, but Avliat Avas never expected AA*as that these immense and  noArel problems Avould be" first demonstrated at the expense of the  most conservative and Avorsfc pre-  P-ired of all the considerable armies in the Avorld. A few years  ago it Avas nierely mooted by Von  derCiolt/. that trenches and barbed  Avire entanglements, in combination -with the long range rille,  Avould turn entrenched positions  into fortref'&es and reduce every  battle into a seige. The cover for  0_e defeaders, the obstaclas to the  Advance, tiie distance at Avhich the  attacking force begihsto lose, means  an exposure so prolonged as to  amount'(o the defeat of the offensive army. To the new condition  of .things the ground in South  -Africa U Avonderfully adapted.  KA'ery Kuropean power has sown its  frontier Avith fortresses. The kopjes garye precisely the same purpose  i'or the Boers."  "J Low," then,  may avc expect  to  cope Avith the new conditions?"  "By strategy ; by numbers. Not  by mere variation., in tactics. Captain Malum, in discussing the uoav  condition of naA'al Avarfare* .showed  that Avhile tactics must change,  strategy is permanent. The same  thing applies on land, Where Napoleon thought that tactics should  .."change every ten years. Without  increased mobility and superior  numbers it will lie impossible to  deal Avith the Doers."  "What is the true measure of the  adversary ?'.  It is"as"Avidely exaggerated ~uoav-i  as it Avas disparaged~befare. l'Vom  the beht judgment J can form, 1 am  conviuced that the total number of  Doers, eAren now that their last levy  has been called out, cannot much  exceed 00,000 men. But eA'en if it  Avere 80,000, look at the enormous  distances over Avhich it is spread���  from Natal to Stormberg, from  Colesburg to Kimberley and Mafeking, a curve that, if stretched out,  Avould reach across half Europe.  Much of their frontier is naked.  This is a Aveakness which nothing  could have concealed but the super-  ~ ior mobility and information of tho  Doers.  "That A\*e should have been kept  at arms' length all around such a  frontier by (50,000 men s1ioaa*s not so  much wonderful skill on their part  as wonderful simplicity upon ours.  We have done on _ e\'ery occasion  exactly what the enemy proposed  to u-4, and have scrupulously fol-  loAved a Door plan of campaign.  The Doers Avill not fight pitched  battles. Thoy cannot increase their  scanty numbers, and cannot afford  considerable losses. The first object  of tlieir tactics is to save their liA-es  ���a A'ery praiseAvorthy motive. Extreme rapidity of movement applied  to purposes of stubborn defense is  the remarkable feature of the Avar."  "We have heard much about the  Boer trenches."  "There, again, it is obvious that  the Boer dispenses Avith elaborate  methods and employs those that  can be turned to good purpose Avith  rapidity. The Doer trenches at  Modder   river,   for    instance,  are  shoAvn by the photographs, Avhich  have recently appeared, to involve  little use of the spade. They are  shalloAv hollows, the earth and  stones scooped out of them thrown  up Avith sandbags to forin a breast-  Avork, Avhich i.s the chief part of the  so-called trench. Elsewhere, as on  the Tugela, Avhere the Doers have  time to strengthen their defences at  leisure, their system of intrench-  inents may be more elaborate. British troop.--, drawn for the most  part from towns and unaccustomed  to field labor, are not good AA'ith the  spade.  "In tho new AA'ar fare tlio spade is  literally mightier than  the sword,  and will lie used oven by the assailants. "With'such  rapid means  of  -movement  and  of  rough fortifications Ave shall probably find that  before the Boer is driven from"' one  line of defense there Avillbe another  constructed  behind  him, to  Avhich  he can fall back in a few hours.   At  every critical point the  Avar would  be reduced to a succession of sieges  that AA-onld be prolonged indefinitely until  aa'C,  in  our;'turn,  had developed sufficient mobility to follow  as actively as  he  retreats.    There  is  always   tho  possibility  that an  adA'ance upon Dloemfontein might  disorganize the  entire Boer system  of   defense.       Such   a   movement  could scarcely   fail  to Avork upon  the tendency to division that must  exist  between the commandoes  of  the Orange Free State and those.of  the Transvaal."  "There is a good deal of popular  confusion upon the respective roles  of caA'alry and mounted infantry  in developing the necessary mobility  of our forces."  ���'The two  things  must be  radically   distinguished.        Under  the  neAV    conditions    of    war  the  old  heroic function  of cavalry is at air-  end,  and  the  great charges which-,  hav'c     been    the    most    thrilling  of battles  in   the  past  may  ne\rer  bo seen again.0   War on land as on  sea,  becomes  loss picturesque as it  becomes    more    business' like and  deadly.     The u_.o   _>f  the   caA'alry  against    infantry -./.resolve.,    itself  simply into a question of time.  .At  Dalakk-A'a, I   think.tho  charge   of  the (>00, from the mmncuL'the word  Avas given until all that was left  of  them reappearing out of the smoke,  occupied      scarcely       twenty-five  minutes.     In that'interval of time,'  with    modern    Aveapons.    cavalry  Avould be anihihitcd.    Eveirin  the  ten ible scene of Sedan, General   do  OUIifet led his sqtiadi'ons only to be  annihilated  by   the   Prussian  foot.  No  one  AA'ho remembers that scene  can believe that any cavalry; charge  could live against the fire of modern  rillcs and artillery.     Assaults  Avifh  the  bayonet  aie abolished by tho  t-ainc conditions.. -  "To the British army" the dim-  inibhed importance of caA'alry is a  gain. Our cavalry Avas. Avrotcliel in  the Peninsula and lias beeu generally inferior to the French. The  old role of caA'alry may still be  maintained in pursuit, though on  that point the unhappy experience  of llie Eighteenth Hussars after  Glencoo is not reassuring. In recon-  noitering, on the other hand, the  AA'ork of caA'alry is more important  than ever and more difficult. Au  enemy Avho cannot be approached  Avithin something under two miles  cannot be precisely located, and yet  it is necessary that his general position bo discovered. It would be  hard to say a\ bother there is more  ri-.k in gaining such vague information or in acting upon it,  "It may be taken, then, that mobility is, a question not of caA'alry  but of mounted infantry?"  "The object of mounting your infantry" and giving mobility to a  force is not to enable them to fight  upon horseback, but simply to  transport 'them quickly to a position Avhere thoy can fight on foot,  and if carts and automobiles Avere a  better means of transport than  horses they Avould be used instead.  General l^rench' showed the true  character of mounted infantry  Avhen he carried part of his men in  wagons in folloAving up the Doers  to Colesburg. Other things being  equal, the most mobile force must  always Avin in Avar. Rapidity of  movement is the charautei htic of  groat general0 from Cue-ar to Napoleon.  "The remarkable marching feats  of the confederates under Jackson  and Lee enabled them for a long  period to stave off surrender to the  ovoi'Avhelming forces gathered by  the North. When Sherman made  his famous march to the sea, by far  the most striking thing in the  American civil Avar, his forces were  mounted infantry.   He struck into  the heart of the hostile territory,  and Avas lost sight of for three  weeks. When he emerged he had  cut the secessionist territory in  two, and all along his track he had  swept out a swathe of ruin for sixty  miles Avide.  "We may yet have to adopt some  similar means of cutting the Doer  communications and destroying  their supplies, and it may have as  decisive an influence upon the Avar.  The increased mobility of our forces  is the indispensable condition of  their effective striking power and  recovery of tlio initiative. Hitherto  our armies' hare been like the unwieldy Spanish galleons beset by  Drake's nimble ships.  "The Avork of developing the necessary mobility in our forces Avill  hardly be accomplished Avithout difficulty."  " Nothing Avill be done in this Avar  Avithout   difficulty   or   danger.    It  must be a  considerable  period before any mobility of  ours can cope  Avith  the   mobility   of -the Doers..  They swarm into a position and dismount.    Their horses are trained to  stand at a Avord, and may be left to  a   feAV  native attendants.    I don't  see Iioav British  mounted infantry  is to dispense with a Avhole corps of  c iretakers.    We shall be fortunate  if the Doers  achieve  no more than  small and   occasional  successes iu  tho AAray of stampeding our horses.  "An illustration of this danger in  the   employment   of   mounted  infantry  Avas   giA'en   in  one  of  the  battles of "the civil AA'ar���I think it  Avas Fredericksburg.     The federals  had ridden through a .wood, Avhere  they   tethered   their   horses,   and  AA'hen dismounted  they  seized the  end   of   a   broken  bridge   on  the  Rappahannock.    Fitzhugh Lee had  perceived them, and.-AA'ith a body of  confederate cavalry he made a circuit, crossed the .river.-unobserved,  fell suddenly on the federal horses  and surprised the whole force, Avhich  in such a situation Avas helpless.  "The Doors are particularly skillful in such  strategems,  and  they  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.  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLBWHAITB  J. McPHBB  Kooteijay Electric Supply & Const ruction Co.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Electric Equipments for Blectrlc Power Transmission and Lighting for  Mines. Towdb Blectrla Fixtures, Lamps, Belle, Telephones. Annunciators,. Etc.  ���P. O. Box:606. - Josephine Street. Nelson, B. O.  Avill be "favored' in them by the in-  fot .nation of spies and Ihe nature  of the ground. The further Ave  may penetrate into the enemy's  territory the greater Avill be the;  difficulty of maintaining our com-  niuideations. For eA'ery purpose of  this AA'ar Ave cannot have too many  mounted men."  "It is perhaps to soon to foiecast  the future strategy of the war?"  �� "That is in the discretion of lord  Doberts and lord Kitchener, Their  operation!- cannot be prescribed,  and an advance upon Dloemfontein,  though It would be effective,in itself, is not the only pkm that could  be adopted. Strong reinforce-  nieittb directed toAA'ard the Modder  or Natal Avould threaten the envelopment of the enemy. It does  not so much matter AA'hich plan is  adopted, so long a"s it is pursued  Avitli forsight and power.  "It is for the country to remember that this is a situation in which  patience and determination are all  that is required to make the process of overcoming the resistance of  tho Doers as certain as the advance  of a steam roller. We have been  so much preoccupied AA'ith our oaa*h  AA*eaknesses- to forget that those of  the Doers are enormous. Ours are  initial and temporary; theirs are  inherent, permanent and can only  increase. Time will steadily remedy  ali our defects, but time is a fatal  factor against an enemy who baa  already put fortli his best efforts  and is incapable of increasing his  strength.-The-wjn* may be exceedingly troublesome, but Avith the  command of the sea behind the  British advance, the Boers will be  forced Avithin their own frontiers,  and it Avill be seen at once that no  knots in the rope can prevent the  gradual tightening of the noose."  THE   MIDNIGHT   ATTACK.  I'-nicnt Smith in tho Loudon Le icier.  Ladysmith, December 12.���Probably not one Boer in ten thousand  Avas prepared to find a second  assault on their guns made within  the space of three days.. Indeed,  Ave in camp argued that it would be  uiiAvise to tempt fortune unci! the  enemy had been given time to resume his usual somnolent habits.  So it came as a surprise all round  Avhen Ave learned yesterday morning  that Surprise hill had been stormed  by the second battalion of the rifle  brigade and that guns and ammunition discovered in tlio Boer position  were blown up and destroyed. I  heard the explosions that did the  damage, but fcaAV nothing of the  feat, which AA'as performed in the  dead of night.  Colonel Metcalfe led 450 of his  men to the assault. He was accompanied by a party of artillery men  and sappers in order that the  necessary might be done in work  manlike fashion Avhen the infantry  had possessed themselves of Avhat-  oA'er armaments AA'ere to be found on  the hill.  Quitting King's Post as soon as  the moon had sunk on Monday  morning, the storming party made  straight for Surprise hill. So as not  to be distinguishabli- from the men  all officers carried rifles instead of  swords. A sufficient force to guard  against the attackers being taken in  the rear A\*as left at the bottom of  the-kopje.  Steadily the others mounted the  hill approaching the position where  the enemy Avas known to have a  gun mounted. A sentry challenged,  but before he had time to giA'e the  alarm he was rushed upon and  bayonetted. As they closed in  nearer and nearer the gun the men,  Avho could only see a few yards  ahead, exchanged the countersign,  "Second II. B.,"AvheneA*er a -creeping figure emerged from the darkness.  The Boors must have heard this  signal, for as our-, fellows got near  the Avork'severai*7_Buerh, Avero di_>-  covered using tliu.-3._me countersign  to approach the B ille^ at close i|iiar-  ters. Fortunately,* the trick was  soon'perceived, and so little, had ib  aA'ailed tho enemy that aa*c reached  the guns Avith only three casualties  to deplore.  By this time the Boers Avere in."  full flight. They AA'ero carrying out  tlieir threat that they Avould not  stand by the guns, believing that  their guerilla methods Avith trusty  Mausers Avere much more  effective.  When colonel. Metcalfe charged  his men into the earthworks only  four Boers remained,  A disabled gun avjis found, together Avith a new one the enemy  had prepared to get into position.  Both Avere blasted with the "same  charge. A quantity of ammunition  was also destroyed.  Unfortunately the fuse of one of  the blasting charges failed to net,  and the return to camp Avas consequently delayed.   The  mishap did  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS'  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  (Bogustown)   Fairvicw   Addition  ERWOQ  REAL ESTATE;  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First floor wc it  of Bank of I.rili.sh  Columbia building.  ies  GENERAL BROKER  O. Bo1- -2_.   Phono.: Ollice 117. House 10��  f 'n..] again i->suo 1 lic,^3 (I.'siial.lo <-niallpo\ ainl  fe.er pi.li. i."<, s-tirmiog Mm %l.*> pur ..Cii>k. A  ���-liipiiieiil ins. n..(-_lvol.   I'i i_CH?.luri(l ?l,  REAL K_iT..TK VOtt S\I.K  IN' AM. I'Altl'S  OK Tin: CITY.  CALL OE _e_E3:03Sl"_I__l  not occasion a long hindrance, but  eA'ery instant Avas important, as the  Boers, aAvakened by the successive  explosions, avc re. rapidly closing in  to-cut off..tho retreat of the storming party.  ��� A stiff light AA'as inevitable. From  eA'ery kopje a terrible musketry lire,  was poured in upon the brave fel-  Ioavs Avho had just performed a brilliant feat of valor. * A quick-firing  machine gun, throAving 2-pound  shells in rapid succession, came into  play.  One of the projectiles pitched  rigliD in front of lieutenant Ferguson, and, bursting, its splinters  caught him -simultaneously, in-chest,  and stomach and smashed his thigh  and shin. The poor young officer  only lived a few minutes.  As the rearmost company, under  command of c.iptain Paley, marched  doggedly homeward, 'peppered by  the enemy from every side, it found  itself confronted by about fifty  Boers firing from the shelter of a  flecp gully. "Hush there Avith the  bayonet, lads!" shouted captain  Paley. Our fellows tore up to the  bank of the gully. A tremendous  fusilade greeted their adA'ance!  The oflieer in command, _ii"-t in  the charge, was the first to fall.  Bullets struck him iu the chest and  thigh, and ho rolled dinvn the  slope to the feet'of the Boers " like  a rabbit," as he said himself after-  ward.->. A young Boer jumped forward,, pointed hi_s rifle at the  Avounded officer and Avould haA'e  killed him as he lay bleeding had  not an elderly Boer pushed forward  and hurled his impetuous comrade  back Avith a thrust of his own rifle.  "While this dramatic incident Avas  A FULL LINEI Of  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors t  Windows  Inside Finish  -  1..C..1 and coast.  Flooring  loccil and cous..  1    Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  Of nil kinds.  W WHAT  VOL   ��',.,\T  H  NOP  I.V H-IOt'l-  \._: wii-i, M.-i-i- it kik -in/  CALL AXP OKT TRICES.  being enacted the rifles SAA'armed  into the bed of the dried-up stream  and bayoneted great numbers of  the fleeing foe.  It was a glorious dash for safety,  but the cost AA'as heavy. Thirteen  dead and 48 Avounded was the bill  which had to be paid for the brilliant feat accomplished- by the  plucky felloAvs of the 2nd Rifle  brigade.   THE   FOOD   QUESTION.  Illy A. It. Crav, M. I)., in Amcrii.an Journal of  Healtli, New York..  The vast competition which every  year grows fiercer in eA'ery  line of  industry  has unquestionably  been  productiA'e of certain evils, among  Avhich we must  include the  lowering of price and the  corresponding  loAverihg of the standard of quality.  At present AA'e confine the  application of this remark  to the case of  food   products.      It   is   unhappily  true that this tendency to turn out  the aA-erage supply of food products  Avith reference mainly  to disposing  of it quiek.lyat reduced prices has  resulted iu  a  general depreciation  of quality which can but affect the  cumniunity   at   largo   injuriously..  ltAvould'be far better for people to  pay more for what they use   than  to suffer the effect of using Avhat, as  they should knoAV  themselves, cannot be first class at the price  they  give for it.    This great question of  the purity of food does.not receive  anything  like the attention it  deserves,   and   for  that   reason   the  American  Journal   of Health  and  other publications-of the same class  are forced to perpetually agitate it  in public interest.  Ta\'o duties there -are for us to  perform in this most important  matter-���to sound a Avarning against  that false idea of economy AA'hich  xu'ges people to place cheapness iirst  in their selection <of food, and to  grant their fullest meed of praise  to those pure food'-.products .'whose  use is conducive to hygienic results  in the household. In this article it  is our purpose to quote an instance  ��� where such praise truly belongs,  that of the B. k K. Rolled Oats, by  the Brackman-Ker Milling Company, Limited, of Victoria, British  Columbia. We have examined the  claim of this product with the most  reassuring results, and hence are  anxious to call special attention to  it. With a view to serving the  interests of our readers we made a  systematic iiiA'estigation, obtaining  .samples of the goods from the  store.*, purchasing these in the  ordinary manner,"so that aa'o might  lie certain Ave were testing the  Sitme article Avhiclf i.s regularly supplied to the market. When rthese  were given to the  expert  analysts  connected AA'ith our chemical laboratory, they underwent a  rigorous  series of tests of purity.    To these*  tests  the  B. ,k K. Rolled  Oats  responded in  the most   remarkable  way, showing that there is not the  least trace of adulteration in  their  composition, and that they possess  eminent value, considered as  a nutritive food product.    Accordingly,  Ave add this highly meritorious product to our published list of  those  Avhich    housekeepers    CA'eryAvhere  should "use Avith perfect confidence.  The B. k Iv. Rolled Oats are among  tho products Avhose real  excellence  and entire innocence of any form of  adulteration  guarantee  not- alone  protection against the perils of impure kitchen   supplies, but also an  actual saving  to the  housekeeper.  And as a further caution avc ascertained  that  the  manufacturers of  the B. k K. Rolled Oats are a firm  of the  highest   reputation,  avIiosb  brand is a diploma  of merit. We  place these facts before our -readers  for their OAA'n benefit. -  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  A.  GROCERIES^ *  MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Vernon and -  Josephine streets,'-wholciale grocers and  jobber.. inblaiikcU.. gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackim.\vh and miners' sundries.  KOOTENAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMT-  TKD���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grocers. .__ .    ":-.:-.' ;  -    .   ���  TOHN CIIOLDITCII & CO.���Front street, Nel-  "    son, wholesale grocurn.'b .      '   ;  -^  AMERICAN  AND J  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED I. Y ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED HY STEAM  _.> CENTS TO 51  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  HOTEL  QUIP'S  BAKER 3TJ-EKT, KELSON.  'i.vi.r. Avi_ r. .ic. <.T'---i.is. Ni:-_-"oy  Contractors end Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  0_ 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock of nr-t-clivss dry malarial on  hand, also a full lino ot eash, doors, mouldings,  turncxl work, ct_\  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard:   Foot ot Hoiulryx si-root, Nelion  Telephone. 91    Jol]-!   1^6,   Ag6Ht \ P  Lighted by Electricity and Heat-  .ed with Hot Air.  Large comfortable , bedrooma and   flrstelasa  dining-room. Samplo rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  SVJrs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  t   .11! <>V Till: HOVAI, KC  IVjadden House  t   .11! OK Till: HOVAI, IfClTM,, CIAI.OA--V  Haker and AVaid  Streets, Nelson  Tho only hotel In Nelson that! has remained  under ouo man.tftttmont since ISSO.  Tho bod-rooms aro Well furnished and llghtod  by electricity.    ���  .   The bar Is always stocked by tho bosb domestic and import od liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. I~Tt.pr.otor.  b7c." HOTEL  ERIE, B. 0.  Kirnt-class In every respect. Choicosl a. inc.,  li<|iiorsanil eifars. Every comfort for transient  imci rcmlcut m_c_ts.  HEADQUARTERS FOR UNION MEN.  J Ob'N 1*11 --A-WPHKLL. Proprietor.  r.Ireisterer&.CO.  imuv-Kits -AM) iionmi. on-  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  *roniiit and regtiLir  delivery to the Initio  Brewery atJielson  COAL.  CROAVS NEST PASS COAL COMPANY.���  AV'lioIosalo dc'-Iei'S in coal and coke. Charles  SI. Barbo, Agent, linker street, Nel-Oii.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBA'ERS & CO.���Corner Uakcrand .Tosepliino  ���   streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in 'hard*  ware and  mining^  Powder Co.  supplies.    Agciitsfor Giant  HARDWARE   ICO_MI4ANA ���  .  Nelson,  wholesale   dealers-in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumhers' supplies.  LAWRENCE  Baker.; St.;  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED-Baker street. Nelson, wholesalo  dealers In hardware and mining supplies, plum-  bers and tinsmiths'(.iipnUos.   jERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO.. L1MITEI").-Corner Vernon  and Cedar strecl-s. Nelson, manufactureis  of and wholesaleiealers in, limited waters nml  fruit syrups. Solo agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.           ASSAYERS*   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZl-L & CO.-Corner Baker'and  ��� Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in as-iaycrs supplies. Agents *for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, UEKTON &_ CO.-Corner Vemon  and Josephine street.*. Nelson, wholesale  dealers iii liquors, cigars aiid dry goods. AgenL.  for'Pabst, Brewing I'o. of. Milwaukee and C'hI-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   - COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. KVANS.&? <.0.-_-.iker hticet, Nelson, "*  ��    wholosalo    dealers   in   Illinois',    cigars,  cement, 11 ro brick and Hie cUy, AV.it._r pipv and c  htcel rails, and geii(>inl_coumii-.<ion_iiiercliaiitM.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BIlAncMAN _. KER MILLING COMPANY  LTD.���jj"ront street. NoNou, wlmle-'ilo dealers in Hour, oalcneal, I'lc... and h.iy and grain.  Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and New. West-  minftier. j |   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY' CKJAR -MANUFACTURING  CO.���Coiner Baker and Hull hU-eel.-*. Nelson, maniifncturers of "Royal Seal" mid "Kool-i  nay Hello" brands of clgahv  .   PAINTS   AND   OILS.  NKLSON HARDWARE COMPANY���Hiker  , Slieut���A.'hole<_ilc flcn!ur>. iu patnU, oik,  and brushes of all kinds. Large*t stock in  Kootenay.   _        FRESH AND SALT MEATS?  BURNS &   CO.���Hiker   Mieo!,'  NeNnn,  wholesale cleal^is in fi'u.haud cured meats.  Cold stoniKC.  P.  POWDER, CAPS AND-FUSE.  HAMILTON POAVDER COMPANY-Baker  sticet Nelson, iniunifaHuiers of tlyiUmiilp,  pportmg, atumping an<l black lilnsting powder?,  wliolesalo dealers iu caps and fuse, and electric  blasting apparatus.       , - -  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSON'S   PRODUCE  COMPANY���Vernon  street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in provision-, produce, and fiuiU.   Agents for Swift &  Co. bacon and hams. ,      -__-________.  T Y. GRIFFIN & Ca-Corner A'einon and  u ��� Joscpbliio street,!, Xelnoii, v holesale dcalei s  iirproyiNinns. cured inualH, biltU't-iuid egg-. -  Fit STEWART & C'0.-AVaie-iouses oil O. P.  ��� K. track, foot of Stanley stseet.. Nelson.  wholesalo dealers in pio.isiotw, produce (iiiiu  fruits. Cold storage. Agent* Armour & C'o.'a  Itaoon, bams. lard and ol her products.   MANITOBA PRODUCRAND COMMISSION  CO.J.td. ��� Nelson   branch,    Hull   street.  Wholosalo dealers in butter, rggs and clice^e.  SASH AND DOORS."  NELSON SAAV AND PLANING MILLS  LIMITED-Conicr Front and Hall stiei'ts,  Nolson, iiiuiiufacUiicrri of and ..IioIukUij dealurs  in sash and doors; all kind- of factory wot'K m.ult)  to order. ;   WINES AND CIGARS-"  CALIFOI-NIA WINK COMPANY, LIMI-  TED���Corner Front and Hall street.,, Nel-  son, wholesale doalers In wines (cast; and bulk)  and dnmnstln aiullmnnrlpil ri_..'irs-  ARCHITECTS.  EAVART  ��_  CAItRIK-Arcbllocts.   Rooms  T  and H AlMirdnnn tilrok. l-akorolr^ot, KiO'on.  lodoe_1meetINGS,  KNIGHTS Olr PYTHIAS-NelMin l_odK0, No,  25, Knights of Pythias, meets In I. O. 0. K.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootonay street--, every  Tiic��dny ovening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Kniglm  cwrdiaily invited to attend.  R. O.JOY. K. of R.&S.  LKi _ NAUD SCI )TT. C. O.  NKUSON LODG E. NO. 23, A. If. &. A, M.  Moot-. _��coDd Wcdnc'-day In oi-ch month.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  NELSON L. O. ].��� No. li/e, n.eets lu I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay -|recti,  l.t and 3id   Friday of o _ch  month.  Vn-itfng  brother!- cordially inviird.  _It.Jl(n��sso.v, AV.MV W. Ci: \\\ roun.lloc Sec.  NEI.SON _*I-KIK, Number 22, Fraternal Older  of Eagles, meets e\ery second and fouilh  AVeduesclay mcvcti mouth   in  Fraternity Hall,  Visiting brethren weiepmc.  W. ..os-.i 11. Presidtni.  ("ii im.h__ l'i��i'-&l K, Sorrelnry  NELSON MINERS' l_\*H>V NO. !��).  Al.���Meet-, in iiiiiici^' union ioidih.  W. F. of  nortli-  en^t coruc-i Vn'loria .ind Kw>!i��iiay stifels, (icj'y  -Nit in day evt'iiing at 8 o'clock. A's-.!ting ineui-  bers welcomo,  Jami:3AVii.K|.d. Scc'y. _Oi a-<_ A. McK.vv. PrcH.  TIIE legiilnrineelingsi.f IhoCupoult-.���.' Uiiinu  .no hidil on \\'��diio-d ij eioiiuig of each  .-cek, nl 7 i-'elo_ k, in the Minei-. I moil hall cor-  -H)r A'lotoria and iCoutonny t-t.'eot--.  H. ROUl.NSliN   Piesidcnt.  JAMEti COLLING, tec-Ciet.iry.  ^-^K.^i^^_. ^^V-T '?^^:w*;?-^_.^_i^_::.Ut.-^.v^  ������%�����??. ..v.^-..---^^-::  j^SJ��^����^f^f^S^0^0^ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 10, 1900  _���  JUST RECEIVED  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  Brushes  BATH   TOOTH    NAIL    HAIR  Baker Street, Nelson  W. F. Teetzel  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 Gross Rubbers and Overshoes  Buy Maltese and get the best  CITY LOCAL NEWS  J. A* GILKER  213-215 BAKER STREET  NELSON  m  l__S'  W  After  Stocktaking  $1  $i  before going East to  buy goods for the coming year, -I Avislt to announce that all goods  '; purchased from me this  month I will give a reduction of 10 per cent  with engraving done  free of charge.  In Watches, Jewelry,  Silverware, Sterling Sil-  A'er, Decorated Lamps,  Sewing Machines, and  ���Piano-". All goods of  guaranteed quality.  Our manufacturing  department is at your  disposal. We are ready  to make anything you  desire in gold chains,  lockets and rings.  Our Watch Department has evpei't watch-  makers. Our Optician  Department is controlled by an export optician. ] AA'ill be very  glad to receive your  orders.  --"Si'  mi  i^i  "SilverPlate that Wears."  r/1,c;0a Buy Spoons  .knives, forks, etc., buy reliable brands,  even if they do cost a little more. They  aie woith tbe difference. The prefix  " 1847" oa any spoon or fork insures the  genuine Rogers quality, famous for Avear.  Tull tr.ilf-iii.irk.  1847 Rogers Bros.  J-\CQB   DOVER,  JEWELER,  NELSOJI  v��$MMWMm  �� Great Discount Sale at A. Feriand's f  ITat iiijf jnsl icUii'ncd from the __..���.(..! n in.u_.eiN ..hoic I liavo been imiclins  mff SpiuiK f.oO-11. whieli inc now in tiansil to Nol'on .ind lo ni.iku room foi (lie  i.-iiic, we will foi the nevt ten dajs doi-.v.ij v\ itli llio oidnuiiy .iiotlLnnd Mill {foods  .it lOpei cent .idynnccon the v. lu.lu-.ile cost, tins 1!) pel i,ent bcingpiis't sufllfieiil to  fi eight olnige-) Thin is an oppoilumly not often ]>i evented to the public. H_ie  aru.ifuw simple pii.c-i:  ]>iesonlcd to  Dress Goods  �����  Dies? floods icgiil.u price Ik'ie, v,ilo puce    .....  I��ie��nlJoOiN, iemil_rp-ice$l. s.ilepiu'0    , .,.".  JHC-W (iouiK ii'i{i_li-i puce $1.-0, siilu pm u   .  ]-lii<-k Ciepon, icKu1.il' price 5J.1l>, s.ile m n.<>.  Kliick ( tepon, ii*BiiUi"pncu $i, mlo puce.  l.li-ck PciuhIosoU', (silk) leirulur puce $1 ..D, s i!e price  J-luck K.itin. regular pi it c SI tO. ��il�� I"ice  1'iinfM. i_t.nl ir prjci" Site, Kile pi ice  l..ida(M'i-ilk I.lout-eN l'cuul.ii pi ice S j. s,ilcpii(c        . .  i'.iiicy On! ittf? Hn inn 1.1 ctjul.ir price Vi I 2c, Nile pi lie  ]-_idios'HIcclncib-_-K'0.-ltf.it         A few I-_.d_c��i' Juci_e_��i and Capes al   ...  Men's Furnishing's  ' CJiey Bliml-i'te lGg.iWjiiico $���!, sale pure .  Men's 'I weed hint*, u'Kiili-i puieSlO, i-,il.' pi tec  Men's Hew Suits, lcxiilar piice $U, siilo pilec  Alen'-i <_>. oicoiti, iftfiilur pi ice ?l 2. Kilo in ice- ���  -Men's- UIbIcin Jt'b'iil.u pi ice 3, s.ilo juice  ,.     ., 10c  _t>(ic  .. $1 1)0  SI 7.1  _  ?i ai  Si oo  $11)0  .  ���    7c  ?'...0  .     'In  ,     $.'i.  Less tli.it> cost  S2 75  *(;ini  S7.A0  Si nO -  S.j'K)  __?K_-  Boots and Shoes  I_,idies Hontfolii 1-iiltoi) Hoots  I .ulics' Jloii|!'<l't I-iiceil Hoots  Lukes' -Alaska Ovcisliucs  SI '��  7-c  full and uet "'MKaniH  KMiot Jllui'k, lliti'i Sliccl,  Xelson  A, FERLAND   &  P. Burns & Co.  Il��AI)  OFFICE  AT  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in  s  Markets at Nelson, Jlossland, Trail, K.-lsIo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  .Denver, Revel stoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and V_ir_couver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  FISH  Baker Street, Nelson  WHOLESALR AND KKTAII-  AND POULTRY JN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDKKS BY MAIL RgCKIVK OARBFUI- AND -"ROMPT ATTKNTION.  I'ivMi Ontiiuo . ii'.iiiicij Duinm  ion* ir,nriii\ nml (. ookin;; Htil-  Icr Kiesli Ktfifs. Home SI tile  JliiiCPiiicMt. A \ urii'tv of < un-  iicd tioods nnd evi'ijltiuiK ii*n  alls l.e))( in a ifriMti*,. store W'u  vaiil join Hade, doods ililiv-  cMcd pioiiipUj.  To the New Grocery  Josephine and Silica StiectH,  oppohit�� Mi'tliodiKt C-'liuitsIi  PATTON & ENMAN  road lias iiad considonible dilTicttlty  Avith sihiav blockades recently. A  bad spot exists just beyond the  summit, and the train pulled in  Thursday night an hour late. She  avus laden down Avith snow, the lo-.  contotive being coA'ered to the  stack, the platforms piled up and  the gear almost a solid mass.  The gold AV.itcli rallied at the Tremont hotel on Thursday eA'cning  aviis Avon by F. A. Tamblyn. The  Avinning number Avas 4f5. The watch  avivs turned over to the OAvner  again.  The ladies who had charge of the  gathering of sox for the British soldiers, yesterday forwarded 203 pairs  to Vancouver. The hist contributors AA'ere- Mrs. Gore Stephenson,  Mrs. John Ifamillou and R.W. Hannington.  A fancy dress carniATal Avill be  given at the rink ou Wednesday  night next for the benefit of. the  public library. The programme  has not been definitely arranged,  but it AA'ill be announced on Monday.  The general ���admission lias been  fixed at 50 cents, and half that sum  Avill be charged children and those  who come in fancy costume. The  smelter band A.ill be in attendance.  The Lacrosse-IIockey Club goes  to Rossland tonight to play the  city team there. Tho club AviII be  represented by the following team :  Nunn, goal; Archibald, point; Joe  Thompson, covci ; AVhetmore, Per-  rier, Greenlccs itnd Lynch, for-  Avard.-s. Tho pl.iyeis leave this  morning.  Mr. Justice Mai tin is to preside  at the sittings of the supreme  court, Avhich open in Nelson on  Tuesday. , His lordship will continue the sittings until the docket  is completed. If this is not accomplished in time for him to take the  com t at Rosslaiid on the 21st instant, another judge will be dispatched there.  J. McDonald of P. McArthur <fc  Co. goes to Robson and Slocan City  today to look after some pile-driving contracts at these points.  j it  li. A. Crease, police magifati ate,  icceiA'cd tho sad news by Avire yesterday of the death from injuries,,  of his aunt Miss Kmily Crease at  Lytton. The deceased lady had resided in this province for thirty-live  years an'd. avus Avell-knoAvn aud  highly esteemed in the noitli.  During the present week the  Avater in the lake has dropped about  IS incites. Piior to tho cold snap  the Avater AA-as three feet above the  mark made last year at thi", tim<\  and the le\'el is now Avithin a foot  and a half of Joav Avater mark. If  the low temperatuie continues the  extreme low Avater mark may be  expected about March 1st as Avas  tli?rca_>e la_.fc_ycar. ��� ~  The neAV freight sheds tit the  C. P. 11. depot -will bo commenced on  April Isf. The building, for Avhich  plans are uoav being prepared, is* to  bo located botween l.akcr and Victoria streets about on a line Avith  the piesent shed. As the avIioIo  arrangement- of tracks is to he  altered this summer it is probable  that tho neAV freight sheds may not  bo in use until a year hence. The  propos-ed site is on much higher  ground than the location of tho  present building.  The pipe liuo<Avhich is to connect  the Coffee creek compressor Avith  AinsAVorth is about complete and  the company expects to be piping  air Avithin a feAV \A"cek_>. The concentrator at Ain&Avorth, AvJiich was  shut down a day or two ago oAving  to frozen pipes, Avill be operating  again next AA-eek.  The Delight Gold Mining Company, Limited, of Hamilton, has  been granted a certificate of im-  proA'oment in respect to the -Balmoral mineral claim.  taken in the matter, Galliher k  AVilson appeared for plaintiff and  Taylor k Hannington foi-defendant.  Hay & Really Avlio oaaii a fine  ranch at Six-mile, haAe gone extensively into chicken ranching.  They haA'e built a suitable building  and fenced in a large run. A couple  of incubators are now engaged in  producing the first lot of stock.  The dock at the Ontario PoAvder  Company's neAV AA'orks has been  raised an average of three feet.  The roof Avill be placed on the  chemical building today, after  Avhich the plant can be installed as  rapidly as it arriA'os.  y.  The   Nelson   &   Fort   Sheppard^p"  The Nelson Rifles turned  out  25  strong to drill on Thursday night.  in the course of the CA-ening a  photograph Avas taken of privates  Fader, Abott and Ryan, avIio are  going to South Africa Avith the  Strathcona Horse.  v .A ladies.hockey team was organ  ir/ed last night, and the fair skaters  AA'ill endeavor;. to secure a team to  participate in the ladies tournament at Rossland during the  carniA'al. A practice Avas held at  the link during the afternoon and  a liA'ely game ensued  The rinks Avhich Messrs Rao and  Tamblyn. Avill take to Rossland to  compete in the tournament there  met in a practice game at the rink  yesterday.- Rae turned the tables  on Tamblyn by defeating him in  the last three ends.  The Nelson ,hockey club crosses  sticks AA'itli the Vies of Rossland  at the rink tonight. The home  players Avill be: Neelands, goal; W.  Duncan, point; Ilowden, coA'er;  Rutherford, Pullen, F. Duncan and  Johnson or. Cooke, forAvards. A  fast game- is anticipated and the  local men are confident of Avinning  despite the Victoria's reputation  for swiftness.  The ladies' Avhist club gave an  enjoyable d\nce at the opera house  last night. A largo number of  young people attended and the  affair Avas thoroughly enjoyable.  SMALL   POX   AT   BEAVEE.  Smallpox has invaded this province at last, a case haA'ing been  located at BeaA'er Creek, 10 miles  this side of Waneta on the Nelson  k Fort Sheppard road. The health  authorities have taken prompt and  decisive steps to keep the disease  from spreading.  On Thursday , the quarantine  officer rcpoi ted ��a. suspicious case,  and Dr". Symons took the morning  train yesterday ��� to investigate the  matter. He located the trouble at  BeaA'er Creek, 10 miles this side of  Waneta, finding a case of smallpox  iu a section house occupied by 12  men. He communicated the facts  to'.the local authorities Avho  immediately took action. Four  men AA'ere hired yesterday afternoon to act \is a guard OA'er the  infected shanty. Their orders are  to permit none of the inmates to  leave the premises and to alloAv no  outsiders to come within the danger  line. -Dr. La Ran secured a special  train and left Avith the guards at  7.30 last night for Reaver Creek.  ProA'isions and supplies were taken  to last the pirty for some time.  Dr. La Rati returned at midnight  after completing arrangements for  a thorough quarantine.  Tsterhazy Will Confess.  Paris, February 0.���The Temps  this evening���.says it-imderstaiids-  that major count Esterhazy intends  to surrender himself for trial on the  charge of having in his possession  tho famous documents knoAvn as  "Cetlo canaille doD." Avhich figured  so prominently in tho recent trial  at Itenncs of captain Alfred Dreyfus, and that he asks for a s-afe con-  duet regarding 'tho other proceedings taken against him. it is further asserted that ho now admits  that he Avrote the bordereau, at the  late colonel Sandherr';- instructions,  in Older to deceive colonel Von  ScliAvardekoppen, the former German military attache at Paris, to  whom ho communicated the bogus  document.  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.  NI-I-SON  KASLO  SANDON'  WHOLESALE TRADE GROWING  Record of Friday's Shipments.  Tho Avholesale trade in Nelson  during the week which closes today  has been quite brisk, all things considered. In some lines the shipments have been unusually extensive, and in no branch is their tiny  complaints from the Avholesalers.  yesterday's shipments Avere as  below:  H. Byers ��fc Co., hardware and  mining supplies���Pilot Bay, Sandon, Salmo, Silverton,'Moyie City,  Trail, Enterprise,' Cranbrook and  Slocan City.  A. Macdonald & Co., Avholesale  grocers--Kaslo, Creston, Robson,  Sirdar, AinsAvorth and Eholt.  W. T. Teetzel & Co., assay ers  supplies���Moyio City, Cranbrook,  Silverton and North Star mine.  John Cholditch k Co., Avholesale  grocers���Pilot Bay, Revelstoke,  Grand Forks, John Bull mine, Gladstone, Greenwood,-'Moyie City, Anaconda and Columbia.  F. R. SteAvart & Co.; produce and  provisions ��� Anaconda, Boundary  and GrceiiAvood.  11. J. Evans k Co., commission  merchants���Kitchener, Robson, Sil-  vcrton and Creston.  VancouA'er Hardware Company,  Limited, hardware and mining supplies���Grand Forks, Kaslo, Columbia and Ei ie.  L-iAvience Hardware Compan}-,  haul ware and mining supplies���  Granite Siding, Salmo, Balfour,  Ymir, Pilot Bay, Slocan City, Robson and Ryckert.  Paii-ons Produce Company, produce and provisions���Kaslo, Sandon, Ymir, GiaiuT Forks, Salmo,  Rossland, Siherton, Revelstoke,  Three Forks, Cascade City, Slocan  City and Erie.  J. Y. Griilin & Co., provisions and  produce���Cranbrook, Fort Steele,  Ymir, Ros-.land, Kaslo and Slocan  City. _  California Wine Company, Lim-t  ited, Avines and cigars���Moyie City,  Fort Steele, Cranbrook, Kimberley,  Fernie, Columbia, Grand Forks,  Green Avood, Sandon, New Denver  and Slocan City.  Brackni-in' k Ker Milling Company, Limited, flour and feed���  Creston, Grand Fork". New Denver,  Ku^konook, Ymir, Waneta, Ti.iil  and Thompson's Landing.  Turner, Breton ��fc Co., liquors and  drug goods-Kaslo, Ymir, Sirdar,  Salmo and Trout Lake.  Kootenay Supply Company, Limited, Avholesale grocers���Kitchener,  Moyie City and Salmo.  WE HAVE STOVES  But  while  we  are  waiting  for the cold weather  your attention to our line of  we  would  draw  NICKLED COPPER WARE  Including Tea aiC f'oinin Pots, (...everal cIcsiRiis) Knnniellod IIiviullo Dipjiors, Pudding 1-iahes, Ten  l-uUles. etc., und Iho only place yon can get, Uiem U al.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  ->^^____._____-______s_____:____-_________-__a-s  I./  ilf  I*/  AVIlOI.KSAI.l.. AMI  ItlOI'AII. UKAI.KIt-  IN  i ��� ��_r *_��- & 9L & fc & & SL & -��-��_- ��  f/ .�����.��� *^- ^�� ��� ����� *<_? >. ��� *y ��? *^* *y <j_-'sr- v  Uf  v./  ii)  it)  v-/  Viz  \t)  \t/  it)  \fc  \i/  w  v./  iti  it)  it)  it)  it)  ib  it)  it)  it)  it)   iit ~~    it) KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  ^J-S^^'^'^'-is^^^S^^----^ ����i;_��;&_��'i;&_*'''  >~"��*-*-*l-tf*fi'"-0*-**-f>-<mi'-0�� 5_-3r-C*<__."T.*!��5S-*_''*-.^  Groceries  Provisions  Hams  Coffee  Butter  Dried Fruit  Teas, Spices  Pickles, Sauces  Vinegar  Goods delivr-icd fiee T-Iml  ordeis cuefull) .itlcndnl to  NuIIiiiik but thi, liesl. No  cl_o.i|> good-,  Crockery  Glassware  Dinner Sets  Tea Sets  Chamber Sets  Office Sets  Bar Fixtures  Japanese Ware  Fancy China  AVhoIes.ile .ind loluil mici  (limits No- IS! llaker SI i eel,  telephone 10, I*. O. ho* K. Si  W.   Tr\ a tiiui oiilcr.  it)  it)  it)  it)  it.  Hi  it)  it)  it)  \t/  it)  it)  it)  tt  it)  tt  tt  tt  tt  PHONIC S.  We Want Your Trade  l-GX St.  THE   CURLING   COMPETITION.  _Two_moro_ sets_-.vere played yef_-  teidayin the president and vice-  president's curling competition and  resulted in a Avin for each side, although the vice-president's .side  has now a long* lead.    The oppos-  AND   IF   PRICES   ARE   ANY   INDUCEMENT   WE   SHOULD   HAVE   IT.  I ho fact twit wo ��ll jnoie good", .ind Iho hChl jjcoil-. al lower pi ires .ill aroiiud than anv otlu'r  stoieii out line is luu.ining ttidi .plead; nidging l.j the letter oidei.s lli.it; i\e lecen'e Horn nil  ii ii is oil liu (onnhi. A\ e iimlei-liiij our coiiipellloi-. I'oiiscqiienlh me nh.ujs in u position tofii'f  uettei value-.   Jheiefoie ili-, nosuiimsiMliat (J.itjbodi nmU'-om stosetlicn lieatltjuarleis.  .Snceehsois lo jr. DesJ.ii  Tf|e Western. Mercantile Co., Limited  ay & Co., Staple nml V.mey Uiuccis  JtAKKR STRKKT, NELSON  When You Want the  BEST CANNED GOODS ON THE MARKET  TELEPHONE 161.  Boulters Tomatoes and Marrowfat  Peas, Standard Brand Sweet Corn  McKiniey an Honorary Member.  Washington, February 9.���President McKiniey has been notified  of his election as an honorary rhen-  ber of Columbia Lodge of Mastor of  Masons of London.  ing rink-, were*.  I'ill _IIM Ml'  K. Ikd-i'.  A, II. Huch in.in  'I _ l-il!n  Judfje Koi in, "Lip   II  10. J  Smilli  W.   1.11 lull    If. I'llllK-lO-l  j.   II.   1>'��\.   s|vl|l      1  ���\ I-'h  IM.rf.IIJl i  I'imI In me  .1 JllelCi'ii/ie  .1. I..i\\ieine  A. Oiine, sl.ip���I'J  Dr. A i (.Km  II   .V.ii  !)��� I'li'tei-  ~\V. W. lleci-, skip-  Thb ofTicial circular regarding the  change!- in the _.upoi intcndency of  the O. P. It. had not been received  rip to last evening, but it is expected hourly. Captain Gore who is to  be port captain under the new  regime, has arrived in the city.  An examination took place yes-  terdity, de bono os-'-C, in the case of  Sturgeon vs. IJawley. Tom McAllister, who goe.s to South Africa  with the Strathcona ILoibe, was  placed in tho box and Ins evidence  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Wanted ���In Nelson, a house of  four oi In e 1 <.o_ii<?,mI wile convenient to school.  l'i ice not, lo exceed. S^JO, Apply Lo John Houston, Nelson.  Wanted���Furnished room in private lioii'-e for m.iu nml wife.   Address l'_ O,  H-vy (j'K  r  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  Ni-I-SON, 13. C.  Coircfl roaBtors and dealers In Tea and Coffee.  Oiror fresh roasted coffee of beat quality as  follows:  Java and Arabifin Mucha, pof pound $  10  Java and Mocha Blond, 3 pounda ���....    1 00  Fine Santos, I pounds  100  Santos Blend, 5 pounds.......... ������ 1 00  Our Special Blond, 6 pounds  1 00  Our Kio lloast, 6 pounds.......  1 00  A trial order nolieitod,   Salesroom 2 doors oasfc  of Oddfellows block-, West BaBUr street.  II  0. C. 1 lodge was unable to skip  his rink, which necessitated J. If.  Foxactit!ga��sl_ip,and II.lt.Cameron  went into the rink to fill up. There  are but three more sets to be played  oil in the competition and the outlook is blue for the president's side.  Will PifiM to the last.  Lo]sri-(.x, Feb, 9.���Dr. Leyds has  issued a statement, i'or publication  in England, denying the interviews  iu which he is reported as predicting tho intervention of the powers  in the event the British invade the  Free State. Jle says ire is convinced  that the war will continue ad long  as tho two republics have arms and  ammunition. If the Mauser eart-  riges give out, the Boers, he asserts,  will fall back upon tho Martini-  Henri iif!es for which they have a  a supply of ammunition that is  practically inexhaustible.  Advises France to War.  Pari.6., Fedruary 10. ��� Prince  Henri P'Orleans lias an article in  the Matin today in the course of  which he advises France to take  advantage of England's difficulties.  _l��. O. HON' i7.;._  __  JIOUSaTON iil-Ol'lv.  -Ulue Itiliboii-Tca .Muayi on ir.uul.-  l-'icsli 1_ki;m lleri'i.��'(! Daily  John ��t. imqg & Co.  A.5X YOUR GROCER FOR TfjE CELEBRATED  B & K  The Best that Money can Buy.   Take no Other*  Oats  -.t-iinifiict.in'il by tlio Hn.rkiniui Kit -.tilling Co., lAil,  Victoria, Vantolivci, WuDtiiniihler, KdnionUin.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, J.els_n_.  TO YOUR LOT LINE  \VE 1)0 IT    SJCJ. US  GAS FITTING OUE SPECIALTY  PLUMBING OF ALL KINDS  Opeif. JfoiihO Block. Nolson  STRACHAN BROS.  Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF WINTER AND SPRING IUITIKG.  WBST BAKER STKEBT- NELSON OPPOSITE SILTEa -DNO HOTEl.

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