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 J ^���U-.'Ul.l -...-s..^.     ..._.. -_.-.���.-..-... r  ���_~ -_TT_r���.. ��� ,.__M_J��__3^-_i__a___<__uh_^fl.___fl  W   ?  ^  DAILY  EDITION   BY  MAIL  FIVE   DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH  YEAR,  NELSON:  WEDNESDAY MOR_K$-TG, FEBRUARY 14, 1900.  PRICE  FIVE CENTS.  I  !  SLOGAN OUTLOOK IMPROVES  More Miaes Resume Work.  Nkw Dion ver, February 13���[Special to the Tribune].���Tho labor  trouble is not yet at an end, though  there is, apparently, but a small  obstacle to overcome, and this, it is  hoped, Avill be accomplished this  week. As it stands, the mine owners are Avilling to pay the compromise schedule of $3.:.5,Avhile the  men are just as Avilling to accept  that iigure. It is stated, however,  that the OAvners refuse to sign the  schedule for aiiy length of time,  asserting that their properties are  open to all mi tiers, the old hands  preferred. "On the other hand, tho  _ men feel that a guarantee should  '',be given that the schedule of wages  abrogated    abruptly  be   not  ind  Avit'ho'ut due- notice. This, is the  situation so far as the public Aric\vs  things.  Six more men from the Coast  came in on Sunday's train for the  Enterprise. They remained over  night at Rosebery, and took the  morning boat Monday for Enterprise Landing, and proceeded up to  the mine. It is expected shipments  will commence from thai property  at an early date, when it "will push  tiie Payne A'ery .closely for fiist  place.  More men avc re added to the force  at  the  Bosun  yesterday, and  the  mine is getting into thorough Avorking shape.    As room is  made more  men will bo taken on till the  stall'  is  i'ull-handed.    Ore  is  being broken down and the management Avill  make   large   shipments.      Reports  from   the annual  meeting, hold in  'Sandon   on   the   23rd  ultimo,  are  most   complimentary.       The   7500  shares   allotted    i'or    development  purpo��es were taken up at  once, so  highly is the property  thought  of.  With a small capital and  excellent  economical management, the Bosun  is  looked  upon  as one of tho best  things on the London market.  Ore from the Ifarcney is now bo-  *iiig rawhided  into town  for  shipment, being the first to come down  from that  property, and  makes it  the  third   shipper   on   the   upper  '-{-lopes  ot" Silver - mountain.    -Two  carloads will be shipped, and  s.ttis-  iaetory returns are looked for.  The  mine  is  in  capital shape, A\ith an  excellent showing of ore.    Manager  Blucnienatier has had his  av.H'o and  family take  up  their  residence in  town.  In the lower workings ou the  Marion the ore chute avus tapped  seA'eral days ago. This, greatly enhances the A-aluo of tho property  , and places it on a funi basis, as a  producci. Incidentally it means  much to Silver mountain.  Ore shipments last Aveek AA'ere 330  tons, of a\ Inch the Payne sent out  310 tons and tiie Vancouver 20.  The latter is the fii-st the Yaucou-  A'er has made this year.  It is giA'on out that the Last  Chance will start up at once with a  full force of men.   Part of the contract work on-the  Idaho has been completed nnd the  men arc down from the mine.  Eight men are Avorking. The No. 1  level broke into a fine -showing of  ore a few days ago. No more contracts will be let on the property,  Avhich is now open for men at- the  $3.23 figure.  Several citizens avIio have been  Avintering ou the outside are returning to town, Avhich, with new families coining in, is making an im-  proA'cmont in business.  A new boiler and engine have arrived for the steam pinnace Alert.  New Denver Avill give a patriotic  concert on Thursday night in aid  of the Canadian Patriotic Fund.  Several good subsetiptions have  been seemed, in addition.  who are drawing salaries practically without the support of either  the country or the house."  Kellie disclaimed having been,  prompted by the government, and  on Henderson's promise that an  opportunity for discussion Avould be  given tomorrow, Martin consented  to adjourn.  Proceedings haA'e beeu instituted  as promised agaiust C. WeiitAVorth  Sarel, editor of the Kamloops Standard, and George Sheldon William?,  its reputed Victoria correspondent,  in the matter of the lampooning of  the lieutenant-governor. Williams  is cited for defamatory libel, to appear in the police court here on  I'Yiday; Sard's blue bill -is said to  be more drastic, being elaborated  in the fashion of high treason.        ,  GREENWOOD. AND ANACONDA  MARTIN  INTRODUCES   HIS  Kedistribution Motion.  Victoria, February 13.���[Special  to Tho Tiibime.J���Joe Martin today  niOA'od his resolution on the importance of redistribution. He denied that it implied AVant of confidence, and said his only object Avas  to press the subject, lie offered to  support any measure acceptable to  the majority of tlio house. Kcllie,  Avithout comment, moA*cd   the ad-  . journinent of the debate, and  Martin denounced this action -is  cowardly, pointing out that his  motion AA'ould bo practically  shelved by going to the foot of the  order paper,    lie continued :  '���A redistribution bill is not dangerous to tho country, but is dan-  \_:croM> to members of a government  To Be One City.  Ci-_.i_nwooiv    February     13.���  [Special to the Tribune]���The Avork  of construction  and  installing  the  electric  light plant  of the  Greenwood Electric Company is Hearing  ���completion and it is -.hoped, by  the  superintendent to-have the electric  current turned  on  by the first  of  next  Aveek.     The 2'10 horse-power  engine, tho last piece of machinery  to  arrive,  has   been  set up.    The  two boilers, one  SO  and  the other  90  horse-power  have   been undergoing tests I'or the past two  Aveeks  .ind aie AA'orking satisfactorily. The  metal roofing has  been  placed  on  tiie boiler house and things  tire, in  ship shape   order to  start  in  this  department.    All the  poles  in the  city have been  strung  aud as fast  as possible connections Avill be made  with the store buildings and private  residences. The connection between  hero   tind   Phoenix   is   also   being  pushed.    All  the poles haA'e  been  erected and the men are uoav engaged in  stringing the  Avires.    It  Avill  not be long after the local service is  working that Phoenix will also be  getting lights.    The city has agreed  to   take half a   dozen   2000 candle  power are lamps and  more Avill  be  installed   after   these    have, been  tested.  Last night at tho city council  meeting a petition signed by 40  property holders of Anaconda, the  adjoining townsite, was presented  requesting the city to include the  to\Ansito Avithin its municipal  boundaries. The petition Avill receive the careful consideration of  tho aldermen' and arrangements  will be made to accomplish the object desired, which Avill be of mutual benefit to the residents of Anaconda aud of Greenwood. Besides  it just means an addition of 100 to  the city, Avhich Avill bring it near  the -1,000 mark, GreeiiAArOod can  certainly claim to be the most populous town of the district.. ' *  On the 20th instant, at Rossland,  tho street grade damage cases  against the city Avill be heard.'  City solicitor Leamy Avill present  the city's, .side of the case, and will  -go down to Rossland-with- a-large  array of a\ itnessos.  NofcAvithstauding the cold snap  of the past Aveek, building operations haA-e not been- suspended.  There are seA'eral new cottages iioav  under erection, two new hotels and  two substantial business blocks on  Copper street. All the structures  tire of frame.  The new hose cart has arrived  and the council tonight'Authorised,  the immediate purehti.se of a team  of hordes for the same. The eight  roth in the dormitory of the fire  department in the city hall Avill all  be occupied by volunteer firemen  this week. Greenwood is uoav avoII  protected against fire.  TWO BURGLARS SENTENCED  As They Deserved.  The last scene in the LaBau burglary case AA-as enacted yesterday  at the court house Avhen Mr. justice  Martin sentenced Joe Sullivan and  Tom Gannon, the confessed burglars, to seven years each in the  penitentiary. It AA'as believed that  his lordship would grasp the opportunity to make an example of  the men in order to discourage  crooks Avho might have similar  deeds in contemplation, so that the  long sentences did" not surprise  those in attendance on the court.  The prisoners were brought up at  5.o'clock immediately on the adjournment 'Of the regular sittings.  Sullivan and Gannon AA'ere handcuffed together, and Fred Bowes, Joe  Rogers and James Turner were included, the cliarge against the latter trio being that of robbing Ebbs'  shoe store last week.  Sullivan Avent into the prisoner's  box first.   He asked for a speedy  trial and pleaded-guilty.    His lord-'  ship asked him if he had a lawyer  or friend Avho might bring forward  any extenuating  circumstances, to  Avhich  he responded in  the  negative.    The sheriff Avas then asked if  he had anything  to bring  before  the court, whereupon the prisoner's  record Avas produced and handed in.  Turning to Sullivan his lordship remarked  that the offence   charged  Avas one of the most serious on  the  criminal     calendar,       and      that  so   far    as    he  could    see,    there  AA'ere no  mitigating  circumstances.  The  laAV provided  that a life sentence might be given for the offence  in question and he felt it incumbent  upon him to deal with the  matter  in such  a manner  as to afford  a  practical object lesson to those av.Iio  might be   benefitted  thereby.     A  man's home Avas his castle  and  to  A'iolate   that   castle    in   the   'way  adopted by the prisoner 'called for  strong measures on the' part of the  laAV.    He had no desire to harrow  tho prisoner'-, feelings but felt that  the case called for some such comment as he had made.  In conclusion ho would sentence,  the prisoner to seA'en years confinement in the penitentiary," The  sentence had no apparent effect on  Sullivan, Avho had doubtless expected a long term. _ ,  Gannon Avas then placed iu "the  box and passed through a similar  ordeal, saA'e that his lordship did  not refer to his ease at any length.  Bowes and Rogers Avere ararign-  ed in connection with the Ebbs  burglary. They elected for a speedy  trial and pleaded not guilty. Turner pleaded guilty and a vas remanded to this afternoon for sentence.  at Colesburg, wherea Boer A'ictory  A\Tould threaten the British communications tietAveen Cape Toavii and  Modder river." �����������~  ��� Developing this thought he remarks : "British strategy must be  to ..rush iu succession each of the  principal Boer forces near Kimberley, Colesberg and Stormberg by  bringing against them greatly su-  peiior numbers. % Much depends  upon Avhat happens'in Natal. General Joubert is not likely to abandon his presejit enterprise agaiust  Ladysmith until disaster to the"  other Boer armies (compels him."  THE CAPE NOMiTdIGCINCS  Better T_^ Klondike..;;  "' FORT Pil,Ai3S^;Ne;^rYOrk, February 13.���The following is a portion  of a letter received.'here by Erviri  Miller, a returned s Kloiidiker, from  the postmaster, at; "Nome, Alaska,  the latest gold producing field:  .  "Imagine a strip of sandy beach-  whicli will pan frqln $25 to $500  per day. The water ���from the ocean  is used to wash oui.-i.the auriferous  particles and-'there >is a chance for  everyone. Of course,: there is a  strip along the bqaeh about 100  feet wide that belongs to the government for a roadway. But this  can be leased from'.the interior department and is being worked by  those who are in need of ready  money for the necessaries of life.  'About eight mouths ago a crowd of  2000 miners came' in dead broke.  They had lost everything they had  in the Copper river^fcountry and to  them the free gold on the beach  was a God send.  "I have never see anyone who  AA'anted to Avork clean up less than  $25 a day. There are times Avhen  rich pockets would be struck and  the labor of a feAV hours woilld pay  $500.- The best time to work is in  tho winter Avhen the ground is  frozen, but even then the climate is  not so severe as in the Klondike  and the miners work to better ad-  A'antage. * Up in the hills mines  have been discovered and have been  worked for seA'eral seasons.* Qne'of  them employs eight men and has  turned out over $250,000 net."  DOERS GET THE DETTER OF  West Indian Eeciprocity.  Kingston, Jamaica, February 13.  ���Adopting the cabled advice of  the British ambassador at Washington, lord Pauucefote, the government has determined to bring forward 'the reciprocity measure as  tho first legislative business next  week, for .Jamaica must ratify it  ihst. Guinea desires to withdraw  from the agreement and Trinidad  i-_ urgent for a further modification.        Fighting in South Africa.  Kingston, Jamaica, February 13,  ���The British steamer Tagus Avhich  has arrh'cd here from Colon reports  heavy fighting la*t Aveek around  Barranquilla while the insurgent  forces pressing Carthagena for the  purpose of cutting off Bogota from  mail communication. Rodriguez.,  it is further asserted, has escaped  from Pioho Avith 200 fellow ptison-  crs and has a quantity of arms.  Some Severe Fighting.  London, February 14.���A dispatch to the Daily Mail from Rensburg dated yesterday^ says: "There  has been hard fighting for tAvo days  near Colesburg. The Boers are  making strenuous efforts to outflank the British left. The enemy  occupies a strong position from  Achtertang through Potfontein to  a point five miles south of Jas>-  fontein.  Tiie fighting at the outpost camps  has been A'ery severe during the  last few days. Yesterday the Boers  attacked the position of the Worcester's to the southeast of Colesburg. Tho fighting continued all  day aud after dark it was considered necessary to withdraw to  Rensburg. Our loss is not known.  On the left the West Australians,  Wiltshires and Berkshires had hot  fighting but held their own agaiust  long odds. The Boer loss was considerable. Owing to the growing  difficulty experienced by the con-  A'oys in marching to the camps, all  of the latter Avere A'acated last  night and the troops Avithdrow to  Rensburg.  The Boers are burning the farms  of the loyalists, but the latter haAT,  contrived to get aAvay  their  stock.  Spencer Wilkinson, in the Morning Post, discussing the news from  Rensburg, says: "This neAvs is the  natural price paid for a bloAV olse-  Avhore. Tiie concentration at Modder river is apparently accompanied by a Awakening of the force at  Colesburg, and of this tho Boers  have taken advantage to assume  the offensive. Meamvhile it looks  as though the enemy has about  Avitlidrawn his force from Magers-  fontein in order to reinforce those  Nicaraguan Treaties.-  AVashington, February 13.���Referring to the statement that Belgium and France Avould unite in a  protest against the American control of the Nicaraguan canal, based  on their treaties AA'ith Nicaragua,  Mr. Correa, minister from Nicaragua, said rtoday; "The _ statement  is manifestly in error inasmuch as  it refers to Belgium, as 1 cannot recall that Nicaragua _ has  eArer made - a - treaty Avith  Belgium in reference to the canal."  Mr. Correa said that the treaty between France and Nicaragua Avas  negotiated in Washiugtou in 1859  betAveen the French- and the Nicaraguan ministers stationed here and  its article referring to the canal is  as follows:  __"Article 27���The Republic of_N_i-_  caragua by the present treaty  grants France and French subjects the right of transit between the Atlantic and  Pacific oceans through the territory  of this republic by all routes or  means of communication on land or  sea, which exist or may exist or be  constructed under tho authority of  the public of Nicaragua to bo enjoyed or to. be used " in tho same  manner by both parties and their  subjects."*  Nicaragua made a treaty Avith  Great Britain in 18(50 with an article similar to that with .France.  The_treaty which Nicaragua made  Avith Spain is also similar in plan  aud scope.    Trinidad and the United States,  Washington, February 13.���Another reciprocity treaty aviis signed  at the state department today by  lord Pauucefote and Mr. Masson,  conferring upon the island of Tiin-  idad, West Indies, privileges in the  matter of reduced import duties on  goods sent into the United States,  similar to those granted to the  Windward and other islands of the  British West indies. ' The concessions made to the United States on  our goods going into Trinidad are  also generally similar to those contained in the other treaties.  POOR MEN TO HAVE ACHANCE  To Enter the Army.  . London, February 13.���In the  house of commons today, Mr.  Thomas HedderAvick, advanced  Liberal, gave notice of a resolution  calling attention to the fact that  the colonies are Avithout representatives in the imperial parliament.  The resolution AA'as set doAA'n for a  month hence, but it is not likely  that time, will be.found for its discussion.  ������.- TheMinder secretary of state for  .the foreign'.'office, Mr. William St.  John Brodei'ick, Avas asked Avhether  the goA'ernment had -received any  communication from . Germany,  modifying the declaration made in  1895 by the then minister of foreign  affairs, baroil von Bieberstein, to  the effect that Germany's only policy  Avas the maintenance of the Transvaal as an independent state hr accordance with the treaty of 1884. He  replied that no communication had  been received. from the German  government relative to the con-  iveiition of 1S84 AA'hich, he added, as  a matter of fact, Avas terminated  by the state of war.  The under secretary of state for  the Avar office, George Wyndham,  definitely set at rest all fears of  government interference in the prerogative of the commander-in-chief,  field marshal lord Wolseley, to  select the generals commanding in  South Africa. Replying to a question, Mr. Wyndham said the  commanders in the field Avere  selected by lord Wolseley subject to the approval of the  secretary of state for Avar, aud added that every selection put for-  Avard had been approA'ed.  When the bill on the army supplementary list was taken up, Mr.  Wyndham, during the course of a  speech, again intimated that an attempt Avould be made to democratize the army, which he said ho  thought ought not to be, closed to  officers who did hot enjoy an income  of from ��150 to ��500 a year. Mr.  Wyndham also said it Avas a sean-  dal and a danger to the empire that  young men could not enter the caA'alry unless-their fathers were able  to give them ��500 a 'year. The under secretary further stated that it  was not intended to rahe volunteers in Ireland.  Avho cannot for A'arious reasons  fight at their country's call. All  the braA'est of Great Britain's sons  will shortly be at the front. We  desire their absent comrades to  prove by their liberality that they  are mindful of the sufferings of  those who fall in bravely keeping  up the traditions of British soldiers."   (Signed)  "Beatrice Chesham.  "Georgiana Curzon."  In speaking of the appeal to a representative    of    the    Assorted  Press, lady Curzon, who is an aunt  of .the duke of Marlborough,  said :  "I do hope it Avill be clearly understood that Ave Avould not ask for  financial aid from Americans.    We  knoAV   what   their;.-';.--warm-liearted  .generosity has done aiid is doing,  and all Americans living here can  testify how grateful this country is  tothem." " :   ���-...-..��� ;"  Blizzard in London.  London, February 14.���The storm  that camo up yesterday has do-  A-eloped into a blizzard. It is intensely cold in London and reports  of severe Aveather are coming from  all parts of the united kingdom.  Telegraphic communications last  eveuing Avere at a standstill.  MUCH MONEYJS RAISED AND  More. is Wanted.  London, February 13.���As * the  conviction grows in Great Britain  that the Avar will be long, efforts  for proA'iding i'or the sick and  wounded "and tho families of the  soldiers at the front are redoubled.  There is scarcely a woman in England avIio, in addition to making  clothing for the men, is not AA'orking  for and contributing to some special  fund. Mrs.���Arthur���Pagct's- euter-  ment tonight brought in over ��5000  for the families of the Household  troops iu. which her husband is  colonel of the Scots. Guards. The  Mansion House fund now exceeds  ��090,000, the Daily Telegraph fund  ��199,000 and the Daily Mail fund  ��77,000. These amount-- only cover  the larger London funds and do not  include the numerous proA'incial  funds of large amounts Avhich are  being raised to equip the volunteers.  The equipment for the Yeomanry  hospital has just left England for  the Cape, and the ladies-at tho  head of this charity have now concluded to raise funds to kpep the  hospital going for six months, and  have issued the following appeal to  British residents of -the United  States.  ���'We are venturing to address an  appeal to our fellow countrymen  who, although absent from their  native land, are Avrapped up heart  andsoul in its, prospeiity. At this  moment Avhen we see our volunteers  from every quarter of the Britibh  empire linked in one common bond  of sympathy and shoulder to shoulder Avith English troops fighting  for the freedom of the oppressor!,  will Knglishmen, Scotchmen and  Irishmen not unite Avith us and  identify themselves with the same  noble spirit by assisting u,s to alleviate the suffering of those avIio  are risking their lives iu South  Africa.  "America has generously given  and is maintaining a hospital ship  for our Avounded soldier... This  munificence is deeply appieuiated  in our country. It i.s not America  that Ave now appeal to, it is to those  CIST OF THE NEWS FROM  The Seat of War;  London, February 14.-4:10 a.m.  ���The news of the day is the retirement of the British from Colesburg  district under heavy Boer pressure,  'and possibly after brisk fighting.  Thus at a time when lord Roberts  is. apparently about to push an  army into the Free State, the Boers  make a counter stroke in au unknown but seemingly great force  not far from the vital line of rail-  Avay connecting De Aar and Orange  river. Military observers do not  regard this as more than a menace,  nevertheless the news produces an  unpleasant impression here.  General French manoeuvered the  Boers out of Rensburg in December.  On January 1st it Avas reported  that he could take Colesburg in tAvo  days Avith reinforcements. These  were sent, but the Boers also Avere  reinforced. Since then the British  lines haA'e been extended east aud  Avest, so at the opening of this Aveek  they constituted a great horseshoe  twenty-five miles in length. The  lines Avere not continuous, but * all  the - strong positions were held.  General French, Avhen he joined  lord Robert", presumably took most  of his cavalry, and general Clements  Avas left Avith' the infantry -to hold  the Boers in check, but commandant  Delarey with a double turning  movement has compelled the Biitish  to concentrate at Rensburg besides  threatening lord Roberts communications.   '  The indications as to general  Buller's late intentions are contradictory. One informant Avho has  intimate relations with > the war  office predicts a movement Avithin  the next two days. A number of  correspondents who have been Avith  general Buller, however, have "gone  to Durban for a few days' .rest  under the impression that nothing  is to be done immediately.  The Avar office has directed the  tenth division of 10,000 men to prepare to go out.   Session Excites Interest.   VictoriA.February 13. -Crowded  galleries throughout the continu  ance of the sittings have become  the rule at the parliamentary chamber for it is now agreed that the  most unsuspicious appearing routine may at any moment produce a  government defeat. The peculiar  turn taken by events la.st night  AvJien, but for Helmcken, the government Avould have been forced to  carry so important a measure of  policy as the Coal Mines Regulation  bill on the hpeaker's vote, continues  the main topic of consideration in  the lobbies, Avhere it is agreed that  tho measure is not yet to be classed  a.s carried. In voting for the second reading, Helmcken is understood to have secured the promise  of McKcchnie that the bill should  not be set for committee today.  Tomorrow is pm-ate members' day  and Joe Martin's redistribution  motion will hold the lloor, Avhile on  Thursday Martin and Cotton are to  fight their personalities battle.  Cheered the Attaches.  London, February 14.���The Cape  Town correspondent of the Daily  Telegram Aviring Monday says the  crowd vociferously cheered the  special military attaches when they  started for the front, especially tho  American attache, captain Stephen  L. Hommcdi.  Will Return to Pans.  London, February It.���According to a dispatch to the Standard  from San Remo, Italy, .sir Edward  J, Mouson, British ambassador to  France, intends to return to Paris  in the course of a few days.  LECAL PROCEEDINGS AT THE  Court House.  The sitting of the supreme court  opened yesterday morning before  Mr. justice Martin Avith the case of  Alexander vs. Kaslo & Slocan railway. Galliher k Wilson for the  plaintiff made application for an  adjournment until Saturday Avhich  was granted. E. P. Davis, Q. C,  and A. Whealler of Kaslo appeared  for the defendant company.  The ease of Lawrence ats. the Hall  Mines was struck off the list OAving  to the non-appearance of the plaintiff.  , The next ease called /was -that of  Oppenheimer a's. the Brackman &  Ker Milling Company, and it occupied the, rest of the day. The  plaintiff is suing for $1025 for hay  ordered, Avhich amount the defence  accepted as correct and paid into  court, Avith the exception of $29 on ,  account of shortage iu Aveight and  over charges on freight. The contest principally centers on the defendants' counter claim, and the  facts are briefly as follows:  The plaintiff by letter offered 30  cars of hay to the defendants to bo  delivered Avithin six months, and also 7 cars Avhich Avere to be delivered  at once. The price quoted aviis  $10.50 and $10.00 per ton respectively, f. o. b. Chewolah,acceptance to be made Avithin five days.  The acceptance Avassent on October  5th last, and received in Chewelah  October 7th, or the last day of the  term specified. The plaintiff claims  lie did not receiA'e the acceptance  in time'and refused to deliver the  hay, Avhich has since risen iu price  and is uoav worth $18 per ton. The  defendants are suing for $2995 for  damages sustained by the non-delivery of the hay, and the consequent loss of profit between the  quoted price for the hay and the  present market price.  The  plaintiff   admitted  the $29.  shortage aboA'e referred to, and consequently the defendants  immedi-'  ately   started"  on    their    counter  claim.    Frank   Gibbs,  manager   of  the Nelson branch of Brackman k  Ker, AA'as  put  in  the box, and  his  examination  lasted  practically all  'dayTaiid his cross-examination will~~  be continued this morning,  Charles Wilsou, Q. C, and Fred  Elliott appear for the plaintiff, and  8. S, Taylor, Q. C, for the defence.  IMMENSE JBOER^ ARMY IS  Now in the Field.        ^   _.  Rens-KUHg, February 13. ��� Au  Australian newspaper correspondent, Mr. Ileay, paid an interesting  visit to the Boer cam]) Sunday to  make inquiries as to the fate ot his  niLssing colleague, Mr. Hales of the  London Daily Ncav.��, who was captured by the Boers on February 7tli  at the time Mr. Lambie of the Mel-  bourne Ago wns_killed. Mr. Reay  arrived at the camp blindfolded just  as the church-jorvice Avas commencing. He sat blindfolded throughout '  the service. When he was taken  before commandant Delarey his  eyes Avere unbandaged. Delarey  was most Courteous to tho correspondent. He said he deeply regretted that a correspondent had  been killed, and expressed his sympathy with Mr. Lambie's Avidow.  Mr. Reay Avas then escorted to Mr.  Lambie's grave, and the hitter's  watch and other -personal effects  Aveto handed oA-or to him. The escort informed Mr. Reay that the  two republics hud 120,000 men  lighting and were- able to continue  the Avar indefinitely.  Yesterday's retirement of the  western outposts included theAVith-  draAval from Coles Kop and  till the surrounding posts.  Tho Boers placed a, forty-  pounder at Baullield's Nek commanding the surrounding country  and successfully shelled the Biitish  positions. The Boers numbered ,  numbered some thousands and were ��'"  live to one everywhere Avhere lighting occurred. Tiie British are  chafing under ihe necessity of a  relief from their post-, some of  AA'hich they had held since the upav  year. The British now have no  camp Avest of Rensburg. They  safely brought off the guns" from  Coles Kop.  S"  Foundry Works Burned.  Chicago, February 13.--The Western Foundry Works Avere destroyed by fire here today, The loss  is estimated at $.10,000 covered by  insurance.  ��*S��*'_,'��.''--,-'-5'--��.��s    Cw-Srt. THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B. C. WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY 14,  1900  lJiS'-  M  R:  ���I-  I Si" ������  1  li  li  1:  $5-Spring Suits-$5  Now is a good tinic to select your spring suit or overcoat.   It may seem a little  eavlv, bur. butter buv early than wait, until linos are broken.   AVe have just received a lai'Ke shipment ( f suits and light overcoats, and will sell you serge and  tweed suits for iron from ?5 up.  See our lt-^ent Street suits for young men, the newest thing out.  Baker Street,  Nelson, B. C.  J. F. WEIR, Men's Outfitter.  ��Jte QMinxtw.  The   circumstance   that   mining  does, not il ways realize stock gamblers, hopes is being made manifest  in Toronto and Montreal.    As is invariably the case tho mining industry  alone  is  being  blamed.     The  action of  the management of the  War  E.iglo  mine in  discontinuing  shipment?,  and  thus  shutting  off  dividends, naturally caused a slump  i.i War Eagle stock, and a good deal  is being  said  about  the  losses  in  War Eagle.    There have been gambling losses.    But Avhat about the  gambling   profits   iu   War Eagle?  On  Wednesday  last   War   Eagles  closed in Toronto and Montreal at  something OA'er $1.00.     This does,  not show any actual loss in War  Eagle stock.   It is still sixty cents  above, par, and still maintains an  advance of one hundred  per cent  over Avhat it AA'as put on the market  for.   Up  to date tho War Eagle  mine does not oAve the Eastern investors  one  cent.     To charge the  War Eagle np with gambling losses  on the stock exchange is about as  foolish as  to  holil the eight-hour  laAV responsible for the exhaustion  of its ore reserves.    Yet there are  people foolish enough to do both.  Since Hugh  Sutherland's   newspaper in Nelson has been unable to  secure the repeal of the eight-hour  law, Hugh   Sutherland's mine   in  Boundary has been closed down as  a protest.    Hugh Sutherland might  .haA'e closed down his paper, and  kept the   mine miming,   but this  would be no punishment to the people of Kootenay; so the mines will  e.o=e and the paper Avill continue to  be published, aud thcwhole district  Avill suffer AA'ith'Hugh Sutherland.  Although this is indeed a flight ful  'measure of revenge it is not so far  reaching  as one Avould suppose at  first .sight.   Hugh Sutherland does  not oWn all the niines in Boundary.  . Thorp arc others: they Avill not be  closed  down.     Then   again   Hugh  Sutherland  may   go away    for   a  while.    He might cea^o to read his  Nelson paper.    Then cease to think  that he ])tit the gold into the mountains of Kootenay, or that Kootenay is dependent upon him.   And,  if he has more gold in his  mines  than it Avill cost to take out, he may  come back, or send some one else,  and take it out.  JosErir Maktin seems   bound to  alienate what feAV fi lends ho  has  -   left-by his  spiteful  attacks upon  iinance-mini.'-ter Cotton.    The matters referred to by Joseph   Martin  AA-ere thoroughly A-eiitilatcd in Vancouver many year-, before Martin  came to  thi--   province.    On  three  occasions, since being in po_.se-__.ion  of all the facts-, the people of Vancouver have returned Mr. Cotton as  their  representative.     in   view of  this most people haA'e been content  to drop the matter.    They reason,  that, if there ww* any grave charge  Avhich could be proven ttgain.st tho  flnjinw-inj iiislor,    tho   elector.-,    of  Vancouver   avoiiUI   not-have   continued   to    toturii    him    as   (heir  representative. It may be; true that  Mr. Cotton got into debt  in  Colorado; it may be  true  that  he  avus  eapiased ; it is true that ho  was in  jail in New We->tniUlster  i'or  contempt of court; but all these things  might happen to a man Avithout it  being necessary to submit him  to  the persecution  of every  political  adventurer who happens to find out  AA-hat the majority of the electors  have known  for years.     Tho ex.-  attorney-general  is  evidently embittered against all mankind.     He  knows no chars fcy.    He reasons t hu t  because a man may have taken one  false step ho should forever be denied the right to redeem himself, it  is fortunate that the other member.,  of the legislature diller from  Mr.  Martin iu this respect, aud it is to  bo hoped that they Avill go on  record Avhen the gentleman from  Manitoba presents tho next opportunity.         Mavoh TebtzI-I- of Hamilton, has  been  giving  his   attention   to  the  subject   of   municipal    reform  for  some time back, and, as a result, his  finance committee lias made certain  recommendations Avhich Avill go before the  provincial   legislature   as  proposed amendments to the Municipal   Act.       Strange  to   say the  Hamilton council does not advocate  the  aloli'ion of tho ward  system.  It proposes, to secure  municipal re  form  by lengthening the term of  office for both mayor and aldermen,  the idea being that if the  tennis  lengthened a better class of candidates Avill be secured than is  available under  existing  circumstances.  The   policy   is  to   do   away Avith  ticket',  as  much   as possible, and  foice OA'ery candidate for municipal  honors to stand upon his oavh  bottom.     Should  the  legislature eon-  sent to the proposed change, the  members  of   the  next aldermanic  botird AA'ould  be elected  for three,  tAA'o and one years respectively.  At  the end of  the  first  year the  one  year members Avould be'replaced by  three year men, so that there would  be but a  thiid   of  the  council  to  retire  each   year,   A\ith  every alternate year an off one so far as the  mayoral ty is concerned.  The change  is being favorably commented  upon,  and   it   is   just   possible  that  Hamilton Avill be permitted to give  it a trial  in  the  hope of shutting  out   Aveak   and    undesirable   candidates, ,__   TiiK   sentence  passed   upon  the  burgl-U'-S Sullivan and  Gannon, by  Mr. justice Martin, should' have a  salutorj'   effect    upon   the    other  criminals who are at  present making   Nelson     their    headquarters.  Seven years is a considerable portion   of   one's life  to  spend   in  a  Dominion   prison,   and,   AA'ith   tiie  experience of SulliA'an and  Gannon  staring them iu the face, the crooks  that   iufe.-t   Nelson will   probably  seek a new field of operution.,  Fits Wants to Fiffht.  New York,  February  13.���Bob  Fit/Simmons   today" posted   #.*.00G  with   the   sporting  editor  of   the  New York Journal  as  a forfeit to  bind   another    match    uith    Jim  Jeffries, and  issued a challenge to  meet any fighter in the Avorld.  The  ox-champion said that-his  money  AVould remain up under iho following conditions: He Avillgive Jeffties  -the first���Chance,  pro_videc__he_jvill_  sign articlcn uoav.    "I  do  not care  when   the  fight A.ill   take  place,"  ��.aid Fit'/.: ''all J  Avanfc to know is  that   Jeffries  moan.  bu__iue.._.     If  he   d es    i o_  show any  desire to  meet   me   and   cover   my   money  Avithin   ti   Aveek,   I   Avill   take   on  Sharkey, but a fight Avith the s-ailor  must be for a side bet and the Aviliner to take all,    I will meet Jeffi ies  under   tho   simc   condition',.       If  Sharkey is not prepared to come to  terms, McCoy or any other middleweight can have a mutch with me."  from this city today by the government hospital at Washington, and  it is probr.ble that about thirty  more Avill go east during the week.  During the lust three months nearly  250 demented soldiers haA'e been  sent across the continent and it is  said that over 200 more Avill soon  arrive here from Manila.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  Just Received  A CARLOAD OF CHOICE  VEGETABLES.  Sweet Potatoes  Parsnips  Potatoes  Cabbages  Carrots  Turnips  Beets  Onions  x ���** ���'���*_-,�����** ���>____,--ST->��-���. ������"��� ^.���S-?'^ -S^ '���*--. -^l!^ �����>���_-  _-_-_j��^_-_--j_--_L'j-_l:<_-^d:  *^^ ��5?.'5_r^.v'S'  ^^^P- fi* - fi*^& ��� fi*- fi* ��� fi*- fi* - fi*^> ��� fi*^' fi*' fi*' **>��."^#  iff  iti  fc��S&:6_r-e&ee:&e.f:*%.  iff  .Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  HI,  NOVELTY  DRESS  GOODS  ��  m  w  B  %*__.-_ aaa aa as** _**  36 BAKER STREET, NELSON  .^eeeeee.feseees  %  iii  |          NEW  fl.  ib  t       SPRING  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ib  t        GOODS  ib  Hi  Hi  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  Our Whitewear Sale being such a great success we still offer greater  reductions in all departments this coming week  Commencing on Monday, Feb. 5th  Our buyer, Mr. Irvine;"is in the east  purchasing Spring Goods, and  ��� "*   - . ��  order to  make room we will give our customers great  bargains  ib  ib  v./  y  in  ib  \b  ib  HUDSON'S BAY CO.  Telephone 13  That Gough  i _______________________________________  " 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.  iti  iti  iff  iff  Canada Dm & Book Co,  M.I-S0N-  Palace Wjeat _V[arl\et  Tli-? ..ill be tlio i-Ufc lo place  .our oi.Ici1. foi  choice dash and vdl, moat...   II will  Open on Thursday  A feiiluic ..ill bo m.i.le of the poultry awl  Kami; fiaric Tiie. v.ill ._l...ij-. hu on li.uirt during tho-i sauoii. *  J. L. PORTER, Prop.  If/) Josephine SI , but,..coi llaker ami Vei noli.  ib Cloak and 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,   Rugs  ,   - and -Mattings, Oil Cloths and Linoleums,  Lace Curtains and Window Blinds, made  and .hung free of charge  ib  ti>  it)  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  Dress Goods Department  In 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  Bargains  50 dozen Ladies' Hemstiched Handkerchiefs  at 50c per dozen or 5 c each  Ladies' Silk Blouses and Underskirts at very  '   low prices.  HALCYON WATER  IS ISO laXP-sHW-JVIE-S'T.  Tho    medicinal    laluc.   of    HALCYON  W ATI-It 1ms  been proven.  Halcyon Water Is Bottled Properly.  Vernon Sticet    Thorpe & Co.  ib  ib  ib  ib  .*?._-*-_. _��_-*���  in.  ��_��  *A  >n  ��_.  Buiierick Patterns  Send for  i  Fashion Sheet  .-_4_Sd._;��*  "t-S  .<_  Vi.  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  _���*  36 BAKER STREET, NELSON  -4$4*3-3*3-_-*34-3_._^L  *"�� &$&����*��S _r��r�� feV  rvine & Go.  1*.  Mail Orders  Prompt'y  Attended to  %-_���$���&&����������� f S-6- �����* ^  Hi  ._>  lb  Hi  Hi  ib  Hi  v_r  Vii  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ib  ___J��-W.>^>^.<^-^'^-^-^-^-^-^-^--^t-^��^'^^ &&&&&&&&^'&&^r&&00'��Lz4��te'  '^1^^fiWfi^S*>^fi*^fiW��� fi*- fi*-fi*' fi*-fi*' fi* -fi*'fi*'ffi*"fi*'fi* ^^^>>__K.^1>i_^.^<^.>^t__r^^''^.^-S.'^^*  H. D.  ASHORQFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing pnmpUy attended to by a  ���hti-eil-HB W-lQt-lWT-K--..  Special attention given to all kindn of ropalr-  "   ii-HlJim work from ontslrte rolntK.  H-11 ft., .etvtciii lUker nnd Vcrrun  Jliots in Martinique.  Port dm- Fi-a'nck, Mjii'tiniquo,  Jf'ubniiiry 9,vi_t Ilayli, Kubitmry JH.  ���Tlio recent .lisUirbtiiice.s iti thi>.  soction coiitinuo. Moris Llian 1200  riotoi"-, iintuit-.- Ltiini'titin and La  .Soudor, where they obstittclod the  alreeti to such .in extent tlisit travelers were only able to ciroiihite  wheu .lecomptitiied l)y getidarines1  Some 300 i ioters occupied Mom tie  ])ii% iliott'-!, and Lheie i.s an upriMiig  at the Sulle, v\hich has no troops.  Buller at Chieveley.  London, February 13.-The fact  that genet al Buller's despatch rev is  ing the casualties to the Bntish  troops at J'otgieis Dtiffc is dated  from Chieveley, is taken in some  .jitarter-. as an indication that general Duller has removed his Isead-  cp-_.rtei\-j to .hat place. There, is  nothing to indicate whether or not  he loft any huge force atSpiing-  Jield.   Many  Crazy Soldiers.  San Fhancisgo.  February 13.���  Eleven insane soldiers  were taken  ropi  flrh_<!_i-K8 wnouhvrlght  Special attention ��lv ��� ..  tr�� And oii��tflm work from ontslrte points'.  Slioj.   H-11 ^t., . etv-cm lUkc  SMOKE  ROYAY SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON, li. C.  A board ing and day Mshool cnnilnctci. by the  Rihteiuof St. J&ephor l'e.ice. It is. silimtrd.it  t he corner of Mill and Josephine _.li eets m one of  the boat iPsidenU.il poitioii'. of Nel-pn, and it.  "C.iiily ai-cossible from all ikii t* of tho cily. ���  The com so of si udy includes the ftiiulamant.il  and higher bi.inoliei of thorough Knglisb ednea-  llon: Jbisiness course���bookkecpuig. stenog-  l.Mihj and lyjiowiiting. Science ooii^o���music;  vou-land lnstiumeiiUl, dian'mg, etc. J'lain art  and needles oik, etc. ,  Koi Uii'ins ami ]_aiticul<u& apply lo tho Si_tor  _3npeiioi>,  liss Palmer  Will open her  Kindergarten .md  primary School in  Till. KNGMSJI  CHIIllOH hdiool  room on the 2ml of January, IflOO. For Tornisand  all purticul-w . apply to MISS I'ALMKR,  A. residence 01 Mis. J. K. Itobert-On, Riker  Slieet VVcht,  The Nelson  aning  Limited.  Bool( Binding  AND  THREE NIGHTS  A \_i_e._ spent al tho Nelson llusfnr". Col-  li'Kc will maka-.i Jiocilikoopcr or Slmil-  Iiil-i,1 wiiter of _;ou befwe sputig, 'liy it.  Kr*   NELSON) BUSINESS COLLEGE  iji  l^ootenay Oigar Mfg. Go.  NKI-SO.V,  l)[-In.IRIt COMJMHU  W. Starmer Srnith & Co_  PAPER HANGER, GLAZIER,  PAINTER, ETC.  CHIMNEY SWEEPING  OITlro Waid ftircet Oppotilo Opria rron��e  COAL!      COAL!  GREAT REDUCTION  $9.65|$ttr,-NTOTt   $6.15  DELIVERED  Haul Coal  AntliiiK itc  11 _.!m!'--0_-l_  33  C. W. West & Go.  Corporation of-the City of Nelson  TENDERS   WANTED.  .Scaled lemleis .wl! be leeched by the _Major  and Oily (.omicil of Volson. up till noon on ilon  di.v. I'elnnaij  lUlli, 1JKKI, for siippljjilg a io.ul-  iti.iking p! mt,coinpiisingaHteaiii liiilei.umcliiiic  dull, nick ciitsbei, cie.atoi and soieon..  Spcciltcations anil conditions of tendering and  coitl i act may be si en on application at tbeoltlcc  nf the cft\ engineer, city liall, Johcphinc sticet,  N Non.  Fieli tondrr must be acc.irpanfi'd bj an ar-  (oplcil bank ilied. 01 ceitillc.-teof dopo-il, maoo  p.i .able I utile Coi point ion of tho < di of Nelson,  ei|iiil to 10 pci cent ut llie amount,ol Ihe (cixloi,  .isasccuiih for the duo fulllllinent of th( con-  liact, which hh.ill be toifoiled if the ii.iilj de  i lines to enter m(o roiUi.iU. w hen called upon to  do so. or if ho fail, to complete the .\oik con  liaelcdfor. The checks of thou[!-,t,cccssftiHcii-  <l< ier^ will bciotmncd to them upon Ihc c .edition of the conl net.  The lowe-t oi any tendci not iiorcssiuih a(-  ceptcd. J. IC. STl-AC-l-AN, Cilj Uf.k.  Nelson, J.. ('., Tcbruuiy 18(1., I'KIO.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The best value for the money in the maikct  foi all puipotc..  j i it My OABii      W. P. Tu:kni:v, General Ajtont  Telephone W.    Ollleo witli C li. J. Christie.  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Glass,  Get prices before purchasing elsewhere  BooK Making  The Tribune has a thoroughly equipped Book Bindery in  connection with its job printing department All kinds of  books manufactured to order,  and any kind of binding- or  rebinding" done on short notice  Ollleo and Mdlb coiner Kail and Front Sticcf", Nel ion   BURNS BLOCK  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NKLSON, B. C.  Coffee roasters aud doalera In Tea and Co-Toe.  Ofler fresh roasted colleo of boat quality aa  follows:  Java and Arabian Maclia, per pomiil $  tfQ  Java and Mocha Mlend, 3 pounds     I 00  Fine Santos,4 pounds  1 Ofl  Saiitoh mend, j pounds  1 00  Oar Special Klond, <! pound-  1 (W  Our Hio .toast, 0 pounds  1 00  A trial order solicited.   S._loi*ioo-ii2_-Oo_8c_-__  of Oddfellow*! block, W"��_t Baker atieot.  lri^?!$jSS?5*sci'SK���;'-7'. ���"*"'  irr "Tir'Trnrmi'i'iTTiinr m���-������-���  i><-  |y��-..  f    .  THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON B.-C.,. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 14, 1900  n  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up..$12,000,000  REST..     6,000,000  Lord Stratlioonn and .Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Driimmond Vice-President  E. S. Clouston General Manager  . NKLSON 1.RANCH  Northwest, Corner linker and Stanley Streets  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Hranclics in London (England) Nkw Yoki.,  CiucACiO, and all Ihe principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tlio world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  Saving's Bank Branch  rCUKHI'-.VT I.ATI. OF  I.VTI.1U-ST l'AII..  CANADIANS   AT   SUNNYSIDE.  The correspondent of tlio Montreal Daily Herald gives an aeeount  of (l*e engagement at -3.-iiiiy._ide, in  which colonel I'itchpr, a\ itli a force  of Canadians and Qnoenslanders  ca|>tnrcd a Boor laager.    He f-ays :  IL is very diflicttlL to make a successful surprise attack, for as soon  as our ti Oops move tlio Boers tire  informed of the movement by (he  natives. In order to obviate thi%  colonel Pilcher left Belmont yesterday, making a forced march of  twenty-two miles. Guards were  placed upon the native kraals, with  instructions to see that no one left  farmhouses or native huts, while  several times during the night a roll  was called to see that all of the natives    were  still   in  tlieir    proper  place;  Tim  morning, (January  1st) about _.i\: o'clock, colonel Pil-  cher's force arrived abreast of tlio  enemy's position, wliich is called  Bed Sitnnyside, kopjes running west  and south, and some fifteen mile,  from Cook's farm, where we spent  the night.  Cautioned  by their officers,  the  men  kept  the strictest silence  as  they marched towards the west in  the line  of  the kopjes.    "When at  last  they  entered   the   plain they  were    only   four  miles   from    the  enemy.    When  the  kopje  was   in  full view, colonel Pilcher halted his  Hying column.    Captain Barker and  his  company  (Toronto),  with   the  maxims, and the Mounted Infantry,  under captain J.yan, with our maxims,  were   under  captain   Itougo-  mont,nnd wet e to form au independent column, converging upon tho  " enemy':, laager, wliich was situated  at tiie end of the northern spur of  the hill, and to shell him thoroughly,  while the Qiic..i__._aiidc>rs. '-A" com-  pally, under captain  (JhaurcL, "B"  company, under captain   Pin nock,  tho whole under major liicardo and  acting under  colonel   Pilcher,   ad-  ,  vanoed  from   the   south,   sending  strong patrol-, of mounled infantey  to the east.    Our first contact with  the enemy was in the shape of J t  J Joins, who suddenly opened firo upon one of our patrols, under lieutenant   Adie  (Qiuscii-ilnndors.)     Adie  and two men were Avounded by the  Boer  fite.      Butler  (Pte.),   of  the  Qucc_i->lau_lc-!_i, seeing Adie wound  cd, gave up his his horse in order to  carry the lieutenant oat of action.  Another private, whose lior&e had  bolted, came up to help,  but was  shot in the leg, and Butler's horse  was killed.  Meanwhile captain lvjran, who did  splendidly during the diiy, reported  that the veldt lo the right of the  enemy-was eleir, and the guns were  brought within 1500 yards of the  laager, planting two shells within  the laager and among the Boer tents  in five minutes. Tho enemy appeared to bo quite unaware of our  presence until the shells fell among  tliem, and then they lined the kopjes  and opened a hot, well-directed fire  upon the guns, which, however,  proved ineffective.  Then the order was given for captain Barker's men to advance to the  iicLiou. They had behaved splendidly, standing a galling fire with  admirable- patience, and never wasting a single shot. They rushed forward, coming within a thousand  yards of the kopje, and from there  they opened sm.li a heavy fire that  that of the enemy was completely  subdued.  Not a shot was thrown away.  Now the practice tit the jbulfcs at  Long Branch, in far away Canada,  came into play, aud tho little tricks  of quick and accurate firing were  tried with great success.  ' There faeemed to be a f-avage glee  running through tiie ranks, and our  nieu were laughing and chaffing  each other under firo. The guns  under captain Atkinson shelled the  Boer position with great accuracy,  -while Ryan and his mounted infantrymen worked completely round  and opened fire upon a few Boots  tlt.it x\eie hidden among the trees.  Meanwhile Pilcher and the Queens-  landers were working steadily up-  upwaidb towards tho position,  adopting Boer tactics and taking  adv.Mituge of everyplace of shelter.  'J'ho-ie taelics disconcerted the  Boers, for they could not see anyone to fire at.   Nevertheless, they  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on., Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  kept up a hot fusilade until about  two o'clock, when "B" company, of  the Queenslanders, had .worked  round behind the position, while  "A" company advanced along the  top of the ridge. While they were  advancing tho Boer fire ceased, and  at a few minutes past three o'clock  the enemy hoisted a white flag as a  signal of surrender, and the position  was taken.  Half "C" company (Toronto) moved across the veldt in front of the  guns nnd entered the laager, they  being the first to enter. The enemy  had left in the hands of our men  fourteen tents, three wagons, stores  of rifles, ammunition, saddles and  bt idles, forage and camp equipment. Papers incriminating many  Dutch colonists were found, among  those being some envelopes marked  on Her Majesty's service, which the  newly appointed Landdrost of  Douglas had had the affrontery to  use in absence of his own officially  marked envelopes.  Tlfb whole affair was a complete  success, and reflects credit upon all  concerned. Needless to say, captain Barker feels proud of his Tor-  ontonians, for their staadiness was  equal to that of battle tried  veterans.  Our casualties were: Adie wounded, Jones and MacLeod killed  (Queenslander.s), and two others  killed.  The Boers lost six killed and  twelve wounded.  AN   IMMENSE   EMPIRE.  Pe irson's Weekly.  John Bull's Island home being  rigidly limited, his expansive nature  was forced to expand over the sea,  in far-off lands, wherever his bold  adventiuers could gain a foothold.  And so, bit by bit, our huge Indian  and colonial empire was built up,  until it now covers nearly a fourth  of the earth's sui face, aud includes  probably a fourth of its entire  population. The actual figures are:  Area, 11,200,000 square miles ; population, '100,000,000.'" These figures  aro absolutely without parallel in  the history of the world.  John Bull's commands, then, are  more or less willingly obeyed by a  vast hosi no fewer than 330,000,000  subject people, and this host includes nations aud tribes of almost  every known race on the globe.  Let us take India as the most  conspicuous, and numerically, the  most iniport-iut example. A small  but fit British army of 75,000 men,  aided by a native force under British officers of about twice that uuni-  ' bor, keeps in admirable" order a  teeming population of 300,000,000, a  population equal lo that of all  h.uropo, exclusive of our own 40,-  000,000. India is iu fact a continent  in itself. It contains many districts,  nations and races. The census returns divide tho people on the  basis of language into no less than  1 IS groups., and even then there  were some hundreds of peoples  speaking an "unrecogui-Mible" lan-  gua<rc.  Out of-the 300,000,000-Euglish is  tho customary language of barely  250,000. and the British-born population of India is less than half that  number. There are about 95,000,-  000 speaking Hindi, 30,000,000 Bengali, 25,000,000 Teluga, 20,000,000  Mt.hratti, 18,000,000 Punjabi, and  10,000,000 Tamil. Ou the basis of  religion, considerably over 200,000,-  aro Hindoos, (50,000,000 Mohammedans, 7,000,000 or 8,000,000 Buddhists, aud only 2,500,000 or 3,000,000  Christians, and as such more favorably disposed toward their Christian rulers than the rest.  In the Straits Settlements a few  Britons keep tlieir eye on 250,000  Malay., the same number of Chinese  and some 55,000 Kast Indians. In  Hongkong and Kowluuover 250,000  Chiiiepe are British subjects. The  ''spicy breezes" of Ceylon are inhaled  in settled peace and comfort by  Mr. Thomas Atkins--the 2,000,000  Cingalese, 1,000,000 Tamils, 250,000  Moor.-, aud some 10,000 Malays never  disturb his serenity. In Borneo  the Dyaks and other warlike Malays  have been and may be troublesome,  but tho unrivalled tact aud calm  courage of British colonial administration may be entrusted to  smooth down any and every disturbance of the peace.  The famous bay of the south side  of the Gulf of Peohili, responsible  for the feeble-st and most widely  spread diplomacy of modern times  -Woi-IIai-Wei���is to be garrisoned  by a British officered Chinese regiment, who -"tin at any rate be  trusted to keep their fellow pigtails  in order.  The African command of John  Bull is a particularly heavy burden,  and has cost him millions in money  and thousands in men. Besides  1,500,000 blacks in Cape Colony and  its dependencies, there are nearly  740,000 Zulu Kaffirs iu Natal: 250,-  000 Basutos, about 500,000 Mata-  beles and Mashonas, with perhaps  200,000 Bechuanas, in Southern.  Rhodesia; 050,000 Barotses and  other Bantus in Northern Rhodesia,  besides the 850,000 negroes of the  Nyassaland or . British Central  Africa Protectorate. Between the  Zambesi and Tanganyika less than  300 British, about the same number  of Sikh soldiers, and a small native  force under British officers "administer" tho homeland of 1,500,000  blacks.  South of the Zambesi and including the Boers of the Transvaal and  Free State, the entire white  population is A'ery small  in  comparison  with the  number  of blacks.    Farther north,  on  the east coast, in  British  East Africa  and  Uganda.  John has to keep the peace among  2,500,000 truculent tribes; and  on  the other side of the  continent his  Niger coast protectorate  and territories on the east side of the great  river put upon his  broad shoulders  the  immensely  heavier  burden of  controlling some 30,000,000 negroes,  mostly    warlike      Mohammedans,  trained   fighters,  with   a military  organization of high efficiency.  British governors���not long lived  in those "white men's graves"���  have also the care of 1,500,000 negroes on the Gold Coast, 3,000,000 in  Lagos, some 50,000 on the Gambia,  and 75,000 in Sierra Leone.  What a task the destruction of  the daring dervishes of the Soudan  was! With less skill or valor  Omdurman might have been another  Adowa. In Egypt itself, Englishmen have done wondei s, and, above  all, have made men of timorous  serfs. Besides the Soudanese, our  officers have also to keep well in  hand the Somali coast and the Aden  CHAIRS (?)  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 titters in the lot. So you can'tstick us on  chairs, either in design, quantity or price.  m  m  D. McArthur & Go.  ��  BAKER STREET, NKLSON, U C.  ���  W. P. DIOKSON  B. H. H. ___PFI_BWHAIT___  J. McPHHB  A Big Schooner  "   OF  BEER OR  HALF-AND-HALF  Kooteqay Electric Supply & Construction Go.  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  Complete Kleotrlc Equipments for Blectrlo Power Transmission and Lighting for  Mines. Towns Blectrlo Fixtures, Lamps. Bells, Telephones. Annunciators. Bto.  P. O. Box 606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  Arabs,   as   well  Islanders   in  the  as    the  Persian  ALWAYS  FRESH  10c  ALWAYS  COOL  The best, glass of beer to'be had In Nolson is at  THK CLUB HOTEL  Corner Silica and  Stanley Street*.  ��. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Here's Bargains  ITEM'S SUITS  ,  We have about 33 Suits of good 'serviceable  tweeds, odd1, und ene. of our ��_(_ and $12 suits, all  sizes aie in the lot.   Take your choice for 97.50.  .Hay's suits, waim and nice, extra good forlit-  tloprice. >���  Under wearnt special low price*..  Bargains in men's and boy'*' caps, socks nnd  ties.   Oualitj good���prieon low.  Baker Slrect,  Opposite Queen's Hotel.  BROWN & CO.  CUT PRICES IS THE  ORDER OF THE DAY  And" I want to fee in it. I have just received  tTall samples of Suitings and Overcoatings, representing a $30,000 stock to choose from made to  your ordor at pi-ices never before heard of in Nelson. All the latest fads in Fancy Vestlngs for  Fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoiing in all its branches a specialty.  Lowest prices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  STEVENS, The Tailor  Fine Tailoring  CLEANING  AND  REPAIRING  _*   YOUR OWN GOODS MADE UP   OLD CLOTHES MADE GOOD AS NEW  ARTHUR GEE  Opposite Clarke Hotel.   MERCHANT TAILOR  aTr. barrow, a.mjlc.��  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootonay Streets.  P. O. Box 55U. TELEPHONE NO. 95  Fruit and Ornamental Trees  Rhododendrons, Roses", Fancy EvcigrcoisH.  Magnolas, Bulbs, now crop Lawn Glass Seed for  piesenl or spring planting. Lingest and most  complete (.lock in Western Canada. Call and  make jour -.elections or send forcatalogue, Addle. _�� at nurM.r\ giounds and gicenhouse.  M. .?. HENRY.  3006 Westminster Road, Vancouver, li. C.  Gity of Neison Local Board of HealtS]  VACCINATION   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given 1li.il it is Ihe dul> ol the  parents of ovcrj child lo c.i-se such child within  three months of it. biithto be taken to Mime  medical practitioner, duly appointed or authorized under the legulationsof the provincial board  of health, for the pmposc of being vaccinated.  Notice is also given that fiom and after ihc  llttccnth day of Febiiuuy instant, no child will  he allowed to ..Item! any public or privnto school  m the C'it> of Nelson, unless such child shall pro  dure to tho principal or teacher of the school a  coi tific.ite sho wing th.it the child has been successfully . accinatcd.  A phjsici.in will be in attendance at the public  schools daily, from :i o'clock p. m until 4 o clock  p. in., for the purpose of . aocmating children.  Evciy child picaeitting ltsell for .aecination  should be accompanied bj one of its patents,  Children wheie parents aio unable to pay the  ���\ aecination fee pujublo to the medical pructi  t'oner, will be vaccinated freo of change on application to tho physicians attending fit the public  schools, or to Dr. LaBau the city medical health  officer.   By oidcr,  J. K. STRACHAN, Secretary.  Nelson, B. C February 7th, l')00.  NOTICE.  district  Bahrein  According to ar recent official  report theie are "over 100,000  Indians in Canada, but they  have been and,, are so well  treated by the Dominion government that they are particularly  friendly, and cause little or no  trouble, even iu the wilds of the  Northwest. In .Jamaica a third of  the population are'negroes, as also  are the bulk of the inhabitants in  the Leeward and "Windward Islands and Trinidad. The Bahama  people are nearly all whites, but in  British _. Guiana there 100,000 negroes, 105,000 East Indian eooliesJ  and 4000 Chinese, Iu British Honduras 500 white people live amongst  35,000 blacks.  In Fiji there are 3500 whites to  100,000 Fijians, and in our  other Polynesian" islands the  white population is very small  indeed. In Brifish New Guinea a  a handful (250) of Europeans from  the "law aud the Bobby" to over  350,000 frowsy-headed Papuans.  The native inhabitants of Tasmania  are as extinct as' the dodo, but  New South' Wales contains some  3000 full Hacks. Queensland probably has 12,000, South Australia  3000, West Australia 2000 and Victoria only about 500. In the northern territory of South Australia  are 5000 Chinese coolies,aud Queensland has imported some 10,000 Polynesian laborers. New Zealan4 has  now only about 40,000 Maoris, little  Ward Bim  REAL ESTAfE"AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOfl SAFES  (Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition  A.R.SHERW00D  colonel is a fire-eater and a fighter,  two things  that   are not   always  found together,     lie has bee.n   a  leading member of the South African League and took a loud part in  most of the bitter debates that preceded  the  war.     He  has  been  in  most of the border fighting round  the old colony with Gaikas, Galekas,  Basutos;  and organized  Brabant's  Horse as long ago as 1879.    A new  foive of this type, also called Brabant's Horse,  was  raised  for this  campaign under his command.    He  is popular in East London, the port  which   he has   represented   since  1873.    General Brabant was born in  1839, but his figure is still erect and  martial.     General  Brabaut's    son,  lieutenant   A.   B.   [Brabant,   who  served in the second,Matabelo campaign, and was engaged as a mining  contractor on "the Rand, was killed  in    action    near    Ladysmith     in  November.  Made a Clean Sweep.  Cnlg.uy Ucinld.  All the bonspiel games are now  finished and Forbes McNeill's rink  has achieved the remarkable success  of winning the trophies in all four  competitions; viz., the Walkerville,  McNeill, Burns and Brewery. The  rink was made up of Norman Jackson, lead, Harry Trimble, 2nd; Nelson Hoad, 3rd, and Forbes McNeill,  skip. Thoy played a good strong  game from start to finish, winning  10 games in succession. They played mostly a knockout game, but  sometimes they found thoy had to  change their tactics and to get  down to guarding, drawing and  raising. Thoy had some good hot  games,     notably    with    Cameron,  more than a twentieth of the population of that prosperous colony.  Who Brigadier Brabant Is.  Colonel Brabant, who has been  appointed a brigadier of colonial  forces in South Africa, is a well-  known personage in the Cape house  of assembly, where he is a sort of  colonial colonel Saunderson. The  Smart and Edgar, but in each they  were too much for their opponents.  They can all draw guard and knockout, and they are good sweepers,  and their skip has nerve enough to  play for any shot, no matter how  difficult, and he generally makes it'  too.  Press Agent Will Surrender.  New York, February 12.���District attorney Clark of Brooklyn  tonight authorized the statement  that Cecil Leslie, press agent for  the Franklin syndicate, would surrender to the authorities and give  evidence for the state. Leslie was  indicted jointly with Miller in November for conspiracy. He disappeared, and since then his whereabouts have been a mystery. Since  Miller's arrest district attorney  Clark has been in communication  with Mrs. Leslie and this has Anally  resulted in Leslie's agreeing to surrender. "I am convinced," said Mr.  Clark, "that Leslie was not an accomplice, but merely an employee  of the Franklin syndicate. He will  surrender and turn state's evidence.  In consideration of this, the prosecution of him. if any at all be made,  will be slight."  Martinique Officials Upheld.  Paris, February 13.���The troubles  in the island of Martinique were  again brought up -in the chamber  of deputies this afternoon, when  M. du Quesnay, deputy from Martinique, demanded that the government  recall   the   governor  of the  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY KLfiCTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  2.3 CJi NTS TO ?1 ,  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEER'S" HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable  bedroomo and   flrst-clasa  dining-room. Samplo room_ for i��ni__wi_-j-_-l men.  Noti< c is herds} Riven that I intend to npplj ut  tli&noxt meUir.(j or the 1-oaid of Licence com  mi'-'-lonuis foi' the City of X.Kon. hcl.l after the  CM-ini-ion of thirty d.ijs from Ihe (Into hoicof,  loi a tm_i_f-��i of Iho suloon licuihc now held by  ni_, tlulod the lath il.i) of January, 1W, for (ho  lioilcga saloon, _>itii.ite on the ��<i<jt luilf of lot!)  block i, Nelson, 13. C, to W. G. Kobiiison of Kelson, li. C.  Dated UiK 7th day of February, 1900.  Witness:   lLF.iUci.EOv.     11. E, SMITH.  REAL ESTATEj  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  First door west  of Bank of Brltlnh  Columbia buildlRR.  Baker Street  GENERAL BROKER  P. O. Bo.: 323.   Phones: Olllte 10, House U>2  Pan again Mine Hiose deniable >mii_l!po\. and  fever policies, hcturmsj .on ��.."> per week. A  shipment nisi received.   l'iicen^3and $1.  HEAL KSTATK FOR SALK IN ALL PAItTS  OV THK CITY.  CALL  OEP-HOITE  J.B.~~ANNABLE  REAL ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE.  A  liaigain���House .ind   Iwo   lots, on lowar  Josephine ami Carbonate stieet-j for sale, $!CO0.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring"  local and roam.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and .  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  IK WHIT VOU  WANT II NOT IN* R-'OC'-_:  .VI' WILL M-UCK IF __ OK \OU  CALL AND GKT PRICKS.  RATES $2 PER DAY  IV|rs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  T.VIE OK IIIK HOI'AT. HOTI-I.. CAI-QAl-V  s  HAM. AND I. .KK SHU-ITS. _S.__-___.0Y  ontractors anil Builders  WILL DO WKLL TO  G. 0. Buchanan's  A largo stock of first-class dry malorial on  hand, a__o n full 1-tio ot sanh, doors, mouldings,  turned work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  yards   Foot of Hendryx atroob, Nelson  TUephone. 81    Jol]!!   Rae,   Ag8!ftt  Waverly Hote  Tliii popular liott'l. ..Inch is now bci'iifj  enlarged and rorcov.-tccl, Mill be reopened  on March lnl, v.hei. it v. ill have Id large,  nic'fly fiirntiliC-l and .m'II lighted roo'iix  healed with liOL air. Sjpoi ml atlo'ifion  will be giicii in tlie dining loom.  KA'11-3 I-EAbON'AItLK.  I  C. A. PROSSER,  MANAGER  Wladden House  Jlakor and Ward  tatrecth, Xe-soli  Tho only hotel In Nolt-on that; has remained  under onti mant-gijmont slnco IKS).  The bod-roomo aro well furnished ftod'iightod  by electricity. f  The bar Is alwnvt. Btockod by the best) domestic and Imported liquors and cigars.  THO-V-a's MAJDDEN, Proprietor.  ERIE, B, C.  First-clftss in every respect. Choicest wines,  liquors und cinars. *.. ory comfort for tranaiont  and resident ifuc.ts.  nKADQUAUTKRS FOI. UNION MENC.  J0S--HH OAMPBKLL. Proprietor.  r. rei��tere��&"co.  l-l.-.-Vl_K_-  AN*D T-OTTM-XS OP  FINE LAGER BEERr ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Browen; at Kelson  SAWMILL   FOR   SALE  ,h��-��<}-i-  IlKtijlC  (-'ninth  to  The sawmill ami plant lately owned by .!'  T Itoboru,nl Kjkeits 1_ai.-_.uik. and mini  of ._ 30 hoi-ii power boiler, engine, fi'nill  WedKc top riB sawmill, cdRvr, planer,  ..cltintr.  etc, elc. will be sold where (hey  now stand.  Apply tu  TAVJ-OI.  will be sold where (hey  & _HAXNlN'fcTONV_3o-icitor-i.  islaud, who, he said, was   deceiving  the government regarding the electoral  situation.     He asked for the  dismissal of the  public  prosecutor.  M. dn Quesnay said that he had re-'  ceived a dispatch today showing'  tha.t the riot, or  rather  insurrection, was in  full  swing, and  that  the autliorities were incapable of  suppressing  it.     Minister for the  colonies, M. Decrais, said that when  full particulars had  been  received  the question of the  reorganization  of the administration would  be examined.    M. Waldeck Rousseau replied that the dismissal  of officials  as demanded was a bad method of  securing respect for authority. The  government,   ho   said,  was  determined to  have  order  and   liberty  respected in Martinique as here.  Columbian Insurgents Again.  Kingston, Jamaica, February  12.���There are persistent rumors  here that the Columbian insurgents  are elo_>ing upon Bomota for tlio  purpose of forcing a crisis, which  the government is anxious to avoid.  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON,  B.C.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Corncr Vernon and  xx' Josephine streets, "wholesale giocen. and  jobbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  mackinaws and miners'sundries.   trOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMI-  *���*��� TKD���Vernon street, Nelson, wholesale  grocers.  fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-  "    son, wholesale grocers.  -Fiont street, Nel-  COAL.  OROW'S  NKST PASS COAL  COMPANY.���  Wholesale dealers in coal and coko. Charles  SI. Barbe. Agent. Baker street. Nelson.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  TJ 11YKRS & CO.-Corner linker nnd Josephine  J-L*   Htrect-i, Nelson, wholesale dealeis in liaid-  ware and  mining  Powder Co,  supplies.    Agentsfor Giant  LAWItKNCE  Baker St.,  TirOUPE & CO., LIMITKD.-  and Cedar slreel-., NcNon,  WJj  HAM-WARE   (COMPANY���  .  Nolbon,  wholesale   dealeis  in  hard-ware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY,  LIMITED��� Baker street. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in hardware and mining supplies, plum-  born and tinsmiths' supplies.   CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  -Corner Vernon  . nianufactiiieis  of and wholesalcdealcrs m lei.itrd waterb and  fruit svrups. Sole agentsfor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  TEETZEL & CO.-Corner Baker rand  Josephine stieets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in ns-aycrs supplies. Agents ;for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BEETON &' CO.-Corner Vornon  -1- and Josephine streets, Nelson, 'wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and rtiy goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co, of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   COMMISSION  MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.���Baker street, Nelson,  ��� wholesale dealeis in liquoi-i,, ejtfais,  cement, firo brick and lire clay, water pipe and  steel mils, and general romniisMo.i merchants.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN &rKEU MILLING COMPANY  LTD,���Front tftreol. Nelson, ���wholesale deil-  efH in Hour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and  Mills at -Kdmoiitoii. Victoria, and New  minster.  cram.  We-t-  '    CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.-Corner Baker and Hall stiLel-., Nelson, manufactuicrs of "Rojxil J-Jeal" and "Koole  nay Belle" biunds of cigain.      PAINTS   AND   OILS.  Baker  dealeis iu paints, oils,  of all  kinds.    Largest  block  in  NKLSON HARDWARE  COMPANY  Sheet��� Wholes-ill  and   brnbhes  Kootenay.  MEATS.       *  si reel,,   "Nelson,  POWDER, CAPS  rrAMILTON  POWDER  FRESH AND SALT  P     BURNS  &   CO���Buker  ���   \-holcsale dealers in fresh and cuied menu.  Cold storage.   AND FUSE.  (JOMPANY-IUkcr  street Nelson, manufacture! s of d_ namite,  feporting. slumping and black bins!ing powder--,  wholesalo dealeis m caps and fuse, nnd electric  Wanting i-ppHU-ltii..   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS PRODUCE COMPANY-Veinon  ���sticet, Nolson.-wliolew-ledeiilc-V in pio\in-  ions, prodoco. and fruits. Agents for Swift &  Co. bacon and li.uns.   JY. GRIFFIN   &  CO.���Coiner Vernon and  ���   Josephine tttreots, Nel.on, wholesale dealers  in prOv.BiOns- cured meat.s, biittei and_eggs.    PR. STEWA RT & CO.���Wrti chouses on (I P.  ��� It. track, loot of Stanley slioet. Nelson.  ..holesHlo dealers in provisions, pioducc (nnd  fruits. Cold Htoiage. Agents Aimour _c C'o.'s  bacon, hams, lard and other pioducts. t  TVTANI'IOUA PRODUCE AND COMMISSION  ���*���"��� CO.,Ltd. ��� Nelson branch, Jlali sfieet.  Wholesale dcalen. fn -jutlcr, eggs, mid chce-c.  SASH AND DOORS.  NKLSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS  LIMITED-Corner Front and Hall street*),  Nelson, ujainifiM-turoi-s of and wholesale dealers  iu bash and doors;allkinds of factory work made  to order.    WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY, LIMITED���Corner Fiont and Hall streets, Nel-  M>n, v. holesalo dealers In wines (case and bulk)  and rirtTt-pKllfl nn-litnix.rl-'rt rjifars.  ARCHITECTS.  EWART  & CAKRIK���Architects.   Rooms 7  and _! AtM.rd-wiri block. Raka rati Bob. K-.1 <___-..  LODGE   MEETINGS.    >  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge. No,  25, Knights of Pythias), meets in I. 0. O. V.  Hall, oorner llaker aud Kootenay etreeix. e.eiy  Tuesday oveniug at 8 o'clock. ViMtiug lCiilghu  cordially Invited to attend.  R. O. JOY. K. of R. & S.   LKONA-.l) SCO IT. C. C.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23. A. V. & A. M.  Moots bocond Wednesday in each mouth.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  _. - _._^___���  streets,  1st  and 3rd   Frldnj   of  each  month.   Visiting  brethom cordially invited.  R. Roiiissos. w.M. W. Vji iv, Koiin. Roe. _lec.  NELSON j_'_RII-, Number 22, Fintonvil Order  of Eagles, meet-, o.ery second and fouilh  Wednesday meach jnonth  iu Fraternity Hall.  V-Mllm? Jvelhren welcome.  W. G_-'"sn i. Prosldcnt.  ClIAIlII ->  PKOt-Sl.l-, S('<-rot.l!\  ���VTELSON L. O. L., No. 101.2, meets in I.  ���"    Hall, coniei' Baker lind Koolu'ay streets,  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. !��. XV. V. of  M.���Moots in miner-- union nmtits, iiiuln-  cftstcuinei Vietorii uul Kot-ton.ty sheets, overy  K.tutdny _ \ening nl S o'elock. Visiting members welcome ___������,-��� r*���  Jamk_ Wn it i s. fWy.   Cms A. Mr--Ay Prof.  THE tegular iih'Uhiks of Uit'C.Hpcnteis' Union  ar." IifUl on Uedm-iiay c\tmi-g of each  ..col., at 7 o clock, in tine Mmois' Union hall corner Victoiia and Kooleti _\ btieeK  R. 1-Ol.INSON President.  JAMES COLLING, Socretary.  ;\^^-^lfl^li^-r^*0.^^_<^-.--^  ^-r.-^?: _wjW^^ THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B. C, WEDNESDAY FEBRUARY U, 1900  1.8-  1.3.  m  lit!  P  1  ]-*_!  m:  li-i  I  w  I  k  !?���-  Il  If"  JUST RECEIVED  A DIRECT IMPORTATION OF  pushes  BATH    TOOTH    NAIL    HAIR  Baker Street, Nelson  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  Fall and Winter  Boots and Shoes In all the latest styles  and direct from the manufacturers  Dont fail to see our stock suitable for this winter  Maltese Cross Rubbers and Overshoes  Buy Maltese and get the best  GITY LOCAL NEWS  J. A. GILKER  213-215 BAKER STREET  NELSON  li$s��#@iiiiiM^ iJ^tiiii'ii^f^ii  After  Stocktaking:  '���BcrlVurc,  m  -m  before going Eust to  buy goods for the coining year, I wish to announce that all goods  purchased from me this  month I will give a reduction of _0 per cent  with engraving done  free of charge.  In Watches, Jewelry,  Silverware, Sterling Silver, Decorated Lamps,  Sewing Machines, and  Pianos. All goods of  guaranteed quality.  Our manufacturing  depaitruent is at your  disposal. We are ready  to make anything you  desire- in gold chains,  lockets and rings.  Our Watch Department has expert watchmakers. Our Optician  Department is controlled by an. expert optician. [ will be very  glad to receive your  orders.  "Silver Plate thai Wears."  m��;m Buy Spoons  knives, forks, etc., buy reliable brands,  even if they do cost a little more. They  are worth the difference. The prefix  "1847" on any spoon or fork insures the  genuine Rogers quality, famous for wear.  Full trade-uarlc.     '  1847^ Rogers Bros.  J/\C0B  DOVER,  JEWELER,  NELS0J4  ��  Owing* to the War  Ami koo4 Iiint"! Rcneiallj'down 1._h_, nil tfoo-li. li<u o .uL.anccd fiom 10 to  40 pel tent, and li.ivinj? ni.icio our spring imicl-.i^ci  Before the Advance  Out pikes vill bo a1, low as over, and wo .ulvisc our cu'.'o'iicr-. lo bnj  now wliilo our sleek, is complcto    Price. arc sure lo lie higher l.iloi on.  Tlio bulk of our sjnin..? jjoodb .110 hole 11O.., .ind \>o oiler-.[icii.-l b-irg.uns  ]n all line.  Press Goodi from 15c up.  !-!.�� k C>C!lu'nt> Jit Sf.'i., $1 jO and $?.  Now ile-,i(jn_ 111 Prints .it So, 10c, 1'iic and l.x_.   _A.11 f is! colors.  Wi.ipiHsrcdc tjoodft at 10c l'_Jc .mil I...'.  niesH'_>kiils in black luslre, serges .ind crepoiis, fiom fc,f lo ?in,  A few J. .die-i'Silk Shut Wuisl,, lo clear, .it $1:10,   Tlio-o were legulir  $5 goodn.  '  fi miiLl Shut, Wgisls .it ��,r7_, regular ��3 kooiK  Oup Overshoe Sale  IsslTli on, .mil .m I Ins season is Life we aie oU'eniig lhcm at sLmghicrpimc^.  Jlcro.uc .1 few pi j _.-���!.: l_idio.'Al is!_.is, at l-'ic, l.idie-i'hulton overshoi s,  ,_l SI.VI: men's buckle o.or__ioci, <il ��1._0, luiiibcrini'n'-i itibber., .it ?1 ..0,  S1.7..iui<lfJliO.  l.l.I.IOT H.-OPK  liAKKK .SM.KKT  A. FERLAND & CO. g  & Co  Head Oprrcjs at  NELSON, B.  C.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, K.ialo, Ymir, Ssuulon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Foiks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Midway, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co  ALL. KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKSALK AND RETAIL  .    FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��.   Q#   TRAVES,   Manager  OnDKRS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL A_MD PKO-vTPT.. ATTENTION.  To the New Grocery  l^-irsi) Onl.mo t'liM-iiciy Dominion CiiMtuoi vmiil Cooking I'm-  l>.r. l'lObli l-ggs. Jloinc _\f.nlc  _MitiOi'i��t'.it. A wuioli of Cm-  m d OoorU, and cvciyllmig usually kept in a rfi ocei J store. We  want jour Iradc. Good-, djliv-  eied j-ioiilplly  .tosophlno and Silica Slreels,  opposite Methodist Church  PATTON & ENMAN j  Chillies Parker, M.R., of Rossland,  has arrived in Nelson with his wifo  and family, jind will take up his  residenee here. He has taken W.  H. Dowsing's house in the Huine  Addition.  There was good skating on the  lake below the provincial .jail yesterday which was taken advantage  of by a number of citizens.  .1. .1. Malone and associates have  decided not to present their bylaw  authorizing the establishment of a  messenger and file alarm service  until the other bylaws about to be  submitted to the latepayer-. are  ready, as a great saving of expense  Avill be effected if all are voted upon  at the same time.  A wire from Robson states that  the first train passed through the  Bulldog tunnel successfully Monday  and that all tho trains are now using the tunnel route, wliich brings  them past the mountain seventy  minutes faster than was the case  when they climbed the hill.  R. Marpole, general superintend-  out.'and AV. White, manager C.P.R.  lines west of Fort William, are expected to visit Nelson shortly on a  tour of inspection over the roads  within the district. It is believed  that the officials will remain several  days in the  city.  D. O. Lewis, resident engineer, is  still engaged surveying the neAV  yards. The plans on which ho is  working provide for the location of  the new depot, about opposite Baker street near where two giant pines  now stand. The bluff at the point  -will be partially reduced, one section being taken out completely to  provide au approach to the depot,  and another section sliced oil" to  permit track laying.  The Nelson Hockey club leaves  tomorrow morning-for Rossland to  participate in the hockey tournament-held there in connection with  the carnival. The players will be:  Nee'and?, W. Duncan, Ho.ydeii, T.  Duncan, Rutherford, Pullen, Cooke  and Martin. The team i.s playing  iu better shape than lias been has  been the ease up to the present, extra practice having brought about  excellent results. ' *  Tho junior hockey club leaves  tomonow night to play at the Ross-  laud cainival. , Tho team will be  selected from tho following lads:  Stewart, McDougal!. Jeffs, Johnson,  McFarlaiid, Goepel, MeCreath and  Poi'tcous.  Purser Frank Moore has recovered from his recent illness sufficiently to resume his duties. lie will  take the Kokauee's run to Kaslo on  Saturday, as tho Moyie is towing  barges just uoav.  At the Nelson Rifle company's  regular drill tomorTO_w_nig]itjin_pr_-  der will be issued announcing the  formation of a tcciuit class, which  will parade on Wednesday nights  in future. Some 15 new men have  been added to the company recently, and the class' is intended to instruct these in the elements of  drill in order that the regular company work may not b,e inlurfered  with. Color-sergeant Harry Mc-   Nt\Lcod will bu in charge.  August Zoelleiicr of Nolson has  transferred to IL J. Scnkin and II,  Weidman a two-thirds intetost in  the Highland niiueial claim, situated between Ragle and Korty-nine  crooks. Tho consideration stipulated in the transfer  was nominal.  W. Cumniings of Rossland has  rocoided tho transfer of the Golden  Sunset claim on Wild Horse creek  to W. JI. Jackson, also of liosslund.  Tho journeymen painters of Nelson mot yesterday evening and  organized a painters' union. They  sent in an application for a ehaiter  to the Btotherhood of Painters and  Decorators of America. T. O.  Skatbowas elected president and  It. M. Krise, scctc-tary-treasurcr. T.  O. Skatbo, A. 'Finery and It. M.  Fri-e were appointed delegates to  the Tiados and Labor Council.  The following unions arc now  lepresented in the Trades and Labor  Council: Pj inters, barbers, eigar-  nuikei-s, tailors, miners, trainmen,  biidgemen, laborers and painters.  City engineer McCuIloch commenced the task yesterday of Hushing tlio main .sower between the  C. P. R. tracks and tho outlet, as  authorized   by    the   city   council.  V  Chief Thompson laid a line of hose  to the man hole nearest the stoppage and soon had water flowing  through the pipe. The men at the  outlet saw a quantity of broken  stone and gravel, supposed to have  entered the pipe while the now  sewers were being laid last summer.  It is expected that the outlet will  be clear after today.  The fire department wa.s called  out at SHO last night by an alarm  of fire at J. D. Tuttle's shoe store  on Ward street. Tho blaze proved  to be confined to, tho chimney and  caused no damage. Driver Pitch-  ford had his baptism-of lire and  camo through the ordeal creditably.  Mrs. Dr. Arthur gave a pleasant  skating party at the rink yesterday  afternoon, the building being reserved foi- herself and guests.  At 11:30 last night the thermometer at J.Dover's store, Baker street,  registered 12 degrees above zero.  Captain Gore has taken hold of  his official duties as port captain of  the Kootenay and Slocan steamers.  His official headquarters are at captain Troup's office on Stanley street.  Captain Troup was at Nakusp on  Monday on official business. The  circular legarding the changes on  the sjrstem here has been issued,  but no step has yet been taken  with regard to consolidating the  office staffs.  F. W. Cameron, -\\ ho has been on  the C. P. It. telegraphic stall* here  for some time, has secured a position at Winnipeg, and leaves  shortly for the Prairie City.  The Nelson Saw <fc Planing Mills  have commenced work on J. W.  Stewart's store next the C. P. R.  f 1 eight sheds. The building will be  (i0 x 81 in size and will be practically complete on Saturday night.  It is intended to contain all the  supplies and stores wliich will be  required during, tho construction of  the Balfour extension. The hay  building is to ' be commenced  shortly, and will be rushed through  as rapidly as possible.  Tho directors of the general hospital were to have mot yesterday,  but the session did not eventuate  through lack of, a quorum. The  meeting will take place on  Friday.  Born, iu Nelson, on Monday, to  the wife of J. A. Schultz, a daughter.  A. Ferland k Co. arc demonstrating every clay that adveitisingpays  when Tiik Triuunh's column-, are  used. They advertised a special  sale last week, and answers to it  continue to come in from all points  in the Slocan.  C. W. West, w'ho handles most of  the coal oil used in Nelson, received  a modest request from one of his  Slocan customers yesterday. It  was that Mr. West should advise  him, at least two days in advance,  of any rise in oil. The Slocan man  was informed in reply that if Mr.  West could call the turn on the  maikot twfo days in advance ho  would not" be sclliug" oil  in Nelson.  Andrew McCuIloch, C. P. R. construction engineer, arrived iu Nelson yesterday with a staff of four  men to go 011 the .Balfour extension,  lie will bo associated with A. F.  Proctor, the engineer in charge of  the work. By 11 remarkable co-incidence Mr. McCulloch's name is  identical with that of Nelson's city  engineer and mail for the two men  more often than-not is mixed up.    -  E. T. Burns of Greenwood, arrived  in Nelson last night and is registered at the Phair, his mission being  in connection with the Balfour  extension. Mr. Burns is figuring 011  a portion of the new line and anticipates biinging his plant here when  the list of sub-contracts is issued.  Ho states Mr. Stewart is-loading his  plant, and will be in Nelson within  a day or two.  The members of tlio Nelson  Hockey Club-aro particularly requested to turn up at the rink tonight, so as to have a final practice  before leaving for Rossland.-  Today is St. Valentino's day and  people may expect to get sundry  missives more amusing than polite.  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.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANPON  A. E. Kennedy, Toronto; E. F.  Burns, Greenwood; A. McCuIloch  and wife, Greenwood; Miss Jennie  Peterson, Greenwood; W. B. Lamont, Greenwood; W. Patterson,  Greenwood; R. E. Cameron, Greenwood; ,L. E. Mau'ret, Greenwood.  At thio Humi_.���C. W. McAnn,  Kaslo; J. T. Wilkinson, Vancouver;  D. J. Young, Kaslo; R. W. Biggar,  Hamilton; Harry Tipping, Hamilton; W. T. Beadles, Nelson; R. W.  Ciaig, Craigtown; N. Nicholson,  Montrcil; W. A. Blair. Vancouver;  C. H. Baird, Toronto; S. J. Trues-  daile, St. Paul; L.~ Dingman, Winnipeg; A. T. Taylor, Chicago; S. K.  Zimmerman, Toronto; R. T. Lowery,  Newr Denver; F. D. Gartin, Rossland; W. J. Hogg, Rossland; J.  Green, Toronto; W. B. Croy, Hamilton; G. C. Rowan, Omaha; J.  Beveiidge, Vancouver.  WE HAVE STOVES  ~��  W. D. Murphy's Funeral.  The funeral of the late William  D. Murphy took place yesterday  afternoon from his father's residence, Stanley sticet, to the union  cemetery. Rev. II. S. Akehurst,  rector of St. Saviour's church, conducted the services at the house  and grave. The deceased young  man was an esteemed member of  the miners' union, and his comrades of the Nelson district union  turned out 250 strong to attend the  funeral. All the mines in the  neighborhood weie represented by  delegations. The pall bearers were  members of the union : W. Ernst,  G. S. Prosser, G. JI. Manhart, II.  McDonald, II. At Blewett and C.  Foi de.  The following resolution of condolence was passed by Nelson  Miners! Union No. 90, W. F. M.:  Whue.is, It liir-pleased. Di-inc I'io. idcncc lo  lemovc fiom our midst 111 lliu IId.-Oi i>1 Ins  joutli our boloicd liiollici Willi.tin I). Murphy,  and  Wlieions', In the death of *.iut brother thn  union mourns tho loss of an urfive biotlu-r,  fill! hi ul and ti limit, nil times Lu llio .u maples of  our 01-i.iiiiAition.   Theicloic be il  Kiisohed, Tint, the munibeis ot llns union  liciobj e\lt.iHl then heart fell sjmiJ.ilhy lo the  Kiief sliiekoii pinuiil-inml f.-iinly of dccciscd in  thK Mich hoiir of bmcirai-i-iiU 'Mid jii.tcioly  tnibl Ui-it, these expiesbioin of soirow aud ie-  i-PccL will assist them in bo-Hint? iij) mulct llioir  (itlhution Willi lesignaUoii .ind foititude.  Ho It Knit her Mosul.cd. That copios of Lhpse  resolutions be sent to (ho parents of deceased  and published in the daily piess.  (SiKlied), M. II. A-OWATT. Piesidenl.  JAM!.-- WII-KS., BecruUir..  But while  we  are waiting for the cold weather we would draw  your attention to our line of  NICKLED COPPER WARE  Including Tea .11C C'ollc'O PoIh. (bo.enil designs) Enamelled Handle Oippcrs, I'mliling Dishes, Tea  JCultles, etc, and the onlj place }ou can get them 13 al  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY _       ���          1 ���<Z:��:��;&-&^:&2LSL&<:<-��        i>*_S_^_fc_S___a__Si_*-__S^*^- ���  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  At tiik Grand Ckntkal.���J. Higgins, Silver King mine; J. Millar,  Toronto; P. Harrison, Trail; J. D.  MeLeod, Kaslo; It. Loelj.hart, Robson; T. L. Kimmerly, Toronto; F.  W. Gray, Toronto; F. Campbell,  Silvei'ton; E. Kilgallon, Fernie; T.  Parker, Fernie; M. McCuaig, Hall;  W. F. Beadles, Salmo; J. Hearn,  Salmo; C O. Bobson, Ymir.  At this Quekn's.��� -Miss Walters,  Kaslo; Dot Winston, Kaslo; H. K.  Livingston, Robson; Agnes Swan-  son, Slocan City; J, F. Joyce, Cranbrook; P. Forsey, Cranbrook; J.  Morgan, Cranbrook; J. E. Coughliu,  Grand Korks; J. O. Kendall, Grand  Forks C McNeill, Grand Fork&; L.  Stewart, Grand Forks.  At tiik PiiAiit,���P. J. Iliekey,  Sandon; AV, It. Allen, Kaslo; J. II.  Gray, Kaslo; E. B. Fraser, Silverton;  Two Great Speeches.  Washington, February 13.���The  financial debate in tho senate  readied its climax today. Two  great speeches, one in favor of the  pending senate substitute measure  and the other in opposition to it,  were delivered, and both were listened to by the senators with close  attention. The lir&t was-delivered  by Mr. Allison of Iowa, the ranking  member of the financial comiuittee.  Ho had been an attentive listener to  _tho_ _sp_e_yches   delivered on jtlio^  other side of the chamber and in  course of his argument presented  his ant-wer to the points laised  against the ponding senate hill. Mr.  Jones of Nevada declared tlio bill  was vicious and unwarranted as  conferring too great power upon  the national banks and fastening  the country to a gold currency. He  discust-ed the question from an  historical and philosophical point of  view. Tomorrow the senate will  begin tho consideration of the bill  and amendment.- thereto, under the  ten minute rule.  Hi  Hi  \./  Hi  Hi  Hi  il)  Hi  ib  Hi  Hi  i*  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  \tt  il/  Hi  il/  il/  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  WHOIV.S.II    AM)  KI.IAI1    PI.VIFH3IV  Groceries  Provisions  Hams  Coffee  Butter  Dried Fruit  Teas, Spices  Pickles, Sauces  Vinegar  Goods delivered dee Jtlnil  oideis eaicfullj alii ndeil to  Not lung hut Ihe best. No  cheap goods.  es  fc-��  >-  _3=J  era  _>2  t=s  lad  te-  t*-  fc-1  .__?__  Crockery    i  Glassware  Dinner Sets  Tea Sets  Chamber Sets  Office Sets  Bar Fixtures  Japanese Ware  Fancy China  Wholesale nml lelnil mei-  eh.inls, \'o. I^ii llaker Sli.el,  telephone 10, I". O. box K. &  W.   Try .1 Iiml older.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  ^__-__S^Bu_��-_��.'_ft-^___8_iJ-^___B-__8 &&&&&��;&&��:��:��:4tet  Hi  Hi  il/  Hi  Hi  il/  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  il/  Hi  Hi  it/  Hi  Hi  il/  Hi  Hi  il/  Hi  Hi  ii/  _W  PJIONK 8.  We Want Your Trade  l'.0\ 57.  AND   IF   PAIGES   ARE   ANY   INDUCEMENT   WE   SHOULD   HAVE   ST.  Iho fact dial wo sell moio tfooil", anil Ihe best, goods at, ln..ei prices all mound lhan any other  sloioinoui lino is becoming wldo-spicad; induing by ihe lollei oideis that wo iloihc flioiti .ill  iinl'l-tof Ihe cuuiili). A\ . uii<.e-'-bu> uni i_oinpititoir, eonsei|uenllj me aluajs 11111 ik._s_Ik.ii to jji.c-  belter -.allien   'ificicfoici! is no s-mpu-,0 that, e-orjbodj ntaUes our stoic llieir headiiuiiiteis.  .  ' '   Tl]e Western Mercantile Co., Limited  Successors to M. DcsUu&iy &- (Jo., Staple and Fancy Oiocois  J-AICKR STI-EKT. NELSON  Sharkey Whips Goddard,  I'mi-Ai-l-i-i'iiiA, February,. Hi. ���  Sailor Tom Sharkey and Joe God-  da rd the barrier champion, met tonight at the Industrial hall in what  was to be a six round bout. God-  diird, however, was- outclassed easily  and was> wived fiom a certain knockout in the middle of the fourth,  round by his seconds throwing up  the sponge.  British Steamer Damaged.  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