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 DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  yi  '- '<!  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  NINTH YEAR.  NELSON:  SATURDAY MOANING DECEMBER 22 1900  PRICE FIVE CENTS  f  fi  I  HAD AN INTERVIEW WITH KRUGER  W. T. Stead Visits  the  Old  Man  at  The  Hague  and  Listens to  His  Tale  of Woe.  DISPATCH OF TROOPS TO SOUTH AFRICA-BOER ACTIVITY  London, December 21.���-William  T. Stead lias just returned from The  Hague, where  he  has  had  a  loug  conference   with   Mr.  Krngor and  lias ascertained afc first hand  the  views of Mr. Kruger and his  coun-  celors as  to  the  present situation  and future prospects.     Mr.  Stead  has written the Associated Press in  part as follows:  "First of all, nothing is decided about his  (Kruger's)  visit to America at present.   President Kruger has not .abandoned all  hope of securing the support of the  governments of the civilized  world  in.his demand for arbitration.   Until the last government refuses absolutely to say a word  in  support  of the principles which they solemnly laid down at The Hague  conference, Mr. Kruger will  not  partake  in    popular " demonstrations.     Mr.  Kruger is emphatic in  disclaiming  auy desire to involve other nations  in   war   on   behalf   of   the Boers.  What he asks is  that  the  governments which at The Hague declared  a determination to use their efforts  to secure an amicable settlement of  disputes   by   means  of   mediation  and    arbitration    should   make a  uuited effort to bring  the -verdict  of   the   world   to   bear ou   Great  Britain.  ,_i.T cannot put their ' position  better than in the words of One of  Mr. Kruger's counselors: England  is our accuser. England is the sole  witness against us. England is the  judge, Eugland  is the  executioner  - and.England hopes to profit byour  ��� death. AVe appealed for arbitration before the war. We are fighting for arbitration today. We have  'theright to expect the sympathy  of tho civilized world.' .He found  Mr. Ki'ii&er hale. His bearing is  not so good as it was. His mind  moves somewhat more slowly, but  every now and then the old fire  Hashes from his eyes and you hear  the deep voice which has so often  rallied the burghers in battle.  Queen Wilhehniua is kindness  itself. She has displayed pluck, in  lemarkable contrast to the timidity  of   many  of  her  official  advisers.  - The old man's spirit is unshaken by  his reverses. He disclaimed any  desire to humiliate England and  paid tho Boers only wanted their  rights.  " It may interest Americans to  know that Mr. Kruger's appeal to  the���eivilized"_world���would-be re~  ceived everywhere with unanimous  enthusiasm wore it not for the deep-  rooted distrust and jealousy of  tlie  .dynasties of Hapsburg and Hohen-  zollern against the president of a  republic. If ho were a kiug the  courts would have.been open everywhere. This feeling, it is well to  note, is not shared by Russia. The  Boers   will not listen to any pro-  * jjosals. for a com promise.   Failing  "independence or arbitration they  will prefer to die fighting."  Troops for South Africa.  London, December 21.���The war  " office makes tho following announcement last evening : In view of the  geueral position in South Africa the  following reinforcements of  mounted troops have been arranged:  Eight hundred will start next week.  The cavalry regiments have been  ordered to leave as soon as the  transports are ready. The colonial  police will he increased^ to 10,000.  Detachments will leave as fast as  they are formed. Further drafts  of cavalry will be despatched at  once. Australia and New Zealand  have been invited to send further  contingents. A dispatch from  Beuar, Capd Colony, says that the  yeomanry have driven the Boers  out of Houtkranl, the enemy retiring westward.  An Explanation.  London, December 22.���As the  outcome of statements made during  tlie recent session of parliament and  sLuce reiterated to the effect that  some of the colonial troops had refused to fight, the war office last  evening issued the following explain   ;on  from   lord Kitchener:   "A  number of men belonging to two of  the South African corps refused to  march on occasion owing to some  mistake to earny out their discharge at the expiration of 'their  terra of service. Lord Roberts, on  the ground that they had a grievance, overlooked the matter, simply  reprimanding them."  The Boer Activity.  Cape Town, December 21.���General Brabant, commander of the  newly raised colonial division, has  been ordered to the front and will  start tomorrow. At Thorndale  general French has routed 2500  Boers with four guns and a pompom.  London, December 21.���From  Cape Town tho Mail has received  the following: The second invading  force was designed to occupy Brits-  town, but being checked by the De  Aar troops, it has disappeared into  the Cedarsberg mountains. An  enormous coticentiation of troops  is being made up on the veldt country occupied by the invaders, but  it is not likely that the Boers, will  oiler battle in Large numbers.  There is a renewed demand for the  wholesale proclamation of martial  law.  Gape Colony in a Ferment.  Cape Town, December 21.���General Baden-Powell'will start for the  Transvaal tomorrow.  The Boers derailed a train today,  killing an inspector.and others.  London, December 22. ��� "We  understand that private reliable  advices have been received in  London," says the Daily Mail, "to  WcTeffect that virtually all the,districts of Cape Colony in the vicinity  of the Orange river arejn more or  less open revolt and there is likely  to be sharp fighting on a rather  large scale before the invasion is  crushed."  An Increase in Fay.  London, December 22.���The secretary of state for war, William St.  Johu Broderick, announces that in  view of the prolongation of  tho war in South Africa, members of the imperial yeomanry  will be " paid five shillings  instead of one shilling and two  pence per day. Militia men are  promised priority of return over  regulars.  ___,   A Mining Man's Experience.  A mining man who gained experience on the Comstock, fame in  th"e"Cceur���d'Alenes-and-fortune"in"  East Kootenay, tells a pretty good  story on himself. Since he gained  fortune, time at times hangs heavily on his hands, so he decided that  he would become a devotee of outdoor sports. He bought himself an  outfit of fishing tackle, a sporting  rifle and a dog. He taught the dog  to retrieve by throwing sticks into  a lake near where he lives. The  dog soon became an expert retriever. The mining man first  tried fishing, but had so little success on every expedition that he  had recourse to giant. He' procured a stick, attached a fuso and  threw it into tho lake. His retriever thought the time had arrived for his share of the work and  jumped in after it. The mining  man called on the dog to come  back, but the call was not heeded.  The fuse was caught, and the dog  started for the shore and the mining man started to get a safe distance from the dog. He succeeded  just as the stick of dynamite exploded. The remains of the poor  dog could not be found, and the  mining "man has ceased to be an  outdoor sport.  Miners Express Regret.  At the last meeting of the Nelson Miners' Union the following  resolution - of condolence was  adopted :  Whereas: It has pleased divine  providence to remove from our  midst brother Frank Plant, who  died in this city on December 14th.  And,  Whereas: In the death of  brother Plant this union sustains  the loss of a brother who was ever  true to his obligation and to the  duties and responsibilities expressed  aud implied therein.  Therefore be it resolved: That  we, the members of Nelson Miners'  Union, No. 90, W. F. M., hereby extend our heartfelt sympathy to the  bereaved relatives of our deceased  brother in this their hour of affliction. That the charter of this  union be draped for thirty days  aud that copies of those resolutions  be sent to the relatives of deceased  and published in the press.  The Sale Continues.  The sale of the household effects  of Rev. Robert Frew at his apartments over the Bank of Halifax was  largely attended yesterday. It was  found impossible to dispose of the  long catalogue of articles in the one  day and the sale will be continued  today by C. A. Waterman, commencing at 1:30 o'clock sharp. The  unsold portion of Mr. Frew's furniture and ornaments includes the  choicest articles particularly for  those who desire to secure dainty  china and handsome ornaments.  THE CHRISTMAS SERVICES  A Brutal Murderer.  Lexington, Kentucky, December  21.���Samuel Vauover today confessed to the brutal murder and  robbery of Mrs. Mina Hall, a widow,  and her 10-year-old son Charles iu  the ' mountain hamlet of Boone's  Fork on November 18 th last. Van-  over lives at the Hall home and on  his testimony Solomon and Elijah  Fleming were arrested, indicted for  murder and narrowly' escaped  lynching: Vanover had $400, part  the proceeds of his crime, with him.  PROVINCE   AND   DOMINION  Killed in a Snowslide.  Sandon, December' 21.���[Special  to The Tribune].���Ole Oleson was  killed this morning in a snowslide  at the Idaho mine. He came .from  Phoenix here and has relatives in  Washington.        -  Prominent Victorians Dead.  Victoria, December 21.���A. C.  Muir, chief engineer of the ���Esqui-  malt graving dock, is dead.  - J. -W. Mackay, who came here in  1844 for the Hudson Bay Company,  died at noon today. He opened the  Nanaimo mines for the Hudson Bay  Company and acted as guide for the  commissioners in establishing the  boundary between the United  States and British Columbia .and  took a prominent part in all the  events in the early history of the  North Pacific. Latterly he has been  chief clerk in the Indian office.  Will Land at Halifax..  Ottawa, December 21.���The men  on the Lake Champlain are to be  landed at Halifax instead of St.  .Tohn, to allow7 them to reach home  for Christmas. The Lake Champlain was reported off Cape Race  this morning, and is expected iu  Halifax Saturday night or Sunday  morning. Troops will arrive here  Monday.  Cronje's'Cue.  Montreal, December 21.���Private Nettleton of ���C squadron,  Mounted Rifles of Regina, arrived  here today on a furlough. One  curio he possesses is a billiard cue  from Cronje's residence, bearing his  name on a silver band.  Death of a Priest.  Montreal, December 21.���Ray  P. F. O'Connell, parish priest, of St.  Mary's, is dead, aged 48. He was  to have celebrated the eighteenth  anniversary of his ordination tomorrow.   The Wrong George,  Wateutown, New York, December 21.���A peculiar pension case  has been brought to the attention  of the pension department by  attorney _ E. N. Fiton of this city.  During the war of the rebellion  George Carpenter, son of a physician  at Messina, New York, became  enamoured of a young woman, but  his parents opposed their marriage.  He went to sea and' was absent  several years. Upon his return he  married the woman.. He claimed  to his wife that he had been in the  army, but did not draw a pension.  He drifted around the country,  finally dying in a smallpox hospital  in St. Louis in 1872. Mrs. Carpenter  applied for a pension. She was  granted one, it being believed that  her husband was George Carpenter,  who served in a Vermont regiment.  It has now been discovered that  the George Carpenter whose pension  Mrs. Carpenter drew for several  years served in company I of tlie  14th Maine Infantry. The George  W. Carpenter of the Vermont regiment has now* made application for  a pension himself.  IN THE VARIOUS jCHURCHES OF  NELSON.  Interesting Programs of Different -Denominations���Music Suitable  .   for the Occasion.  The Christmas services in Nelson  city churches will be* of special interest this year.' In ali tho churches  elaborate arrangements have been  made.to observe, the festival. No  pains have been spared to adorn  the interiors with-the greenery and  holly emblematic- of- the holiday  season. The ehoirs'^will - have an  important part in the services and  in other respects.Christmas will be  observed with becoming solemnity.  The proceedings at Emanuel Congregational church are "of a twofold nature, dedicatory aud holiday  services being combined. The latest  addition to Nelson's places of  worship is a decidedly handsome  and comfortable edifice., With the  decorations whichjadorn" the walls  in honor of the^dedication'," the interior presents a Jmost attractive  appearance and.^lflie' services are  likely to be largelyuttended. .-Rev.  J. Henry George, ah eminent divine  from Montreal, will conduct the  services assisted -by,'the pastor, Rev.  William Munroe.-j The choir has  prepared special music aud in- the  evening John,-.Xochore-will. sing  "My Hope,* Is' iri'.;*fche .-Everlasting"  from Stainer's "Daughter of .Tarius."  The doors open at 7:30 o'clock for  the evening service. ;i  Mr. Frew's-Farewell.  The services at. St'. Paul's Presbyterian church also, have a dual  importance. Outside of the fact of  the special Christmas arrangements,'  it is probable that;.-Sunday, will be  the last appearanc.S'-for a-'humber  ofmonthsat le'asii^of^Rev7-Robert  Frew, who has. been granted * a  year's leave of absence -in view of  his continued. ill-health. The departing pastor has a staunch friend  in every member of- the congregation, aud it is safe to predict that  both services will be very largely  attended. The choir, under the  loadership of George Kydd, has been  at considerable pains to prepare a  choice musical program. In the  morning Mrs. D. B. Murray will  sing "The Blessed,Child" by Akers,  and the choir v* ill render Goff's anthem "Behold I Bring You Good  Tidings."- The music for the evening includes a solo by Mrs. Melville  E. Parry, Adams' "Light of the  World" and a duet -by Mrs. Parry  and'Mr. Kydd, "Love Divine, All  Loves Excelling" from Stainer's  ���'Daughter of .Jarius."  The~Midni_ht. Mass.  The congregation of the church  of Mary Immacul.ate= will celebrate  the festival on Christmas day. Tomorrow's services will bo as usual.  The midnight mass, with which  Roman Catholics the world oyer  observe Christmas, commences exactly at midnight on Monday and  will be celebrated by Rev. Father  Ferland. Immediately following  this is alow mass,*and at 10 a. m.  Father Ferland will celebrato high  mass. Benediction follows in the  evening. The music accompanying  the midnight mass is in keeping  with the impressive nature of the  ceremony. .The choir will sing  Peter's mass in D, solos being taken  by mesdames Paquette, Caldwell  and Holton, misses Nellie Clark,  Robinson and Darveau, and Messrs.  J. Meagher, D. McNichol, J. Fissette  and T. J. Scanlan. Mrs. P. J.  Russell will presides at the organ.  The Adeste Fidelis will be sung  during the service by the entire  choir. At the 10 o'clock mass Mrs.  Caldwell is to sing an Aye Marie.  Rev. Father Cote is to celebrate  mass at Nakusp on Sunday and will  officiate at high mass on Christmas  day at Sandon. 0  One Service at Methodist Church.  The Methodist congregation have  decided to withdraw their morning  service tomorrow in order that  those who wish to do so may hear  Rev. Mr. Frew's farewell sermon in St. Paul's or attend the  dedication of the Congregational  church. Iu the evening .at 7:30 a  Christmas service will be held. The  pastor will preach; subject, "The  Influence of the Birth of Jesus  after Nineteen Centuries."   Special  music will be rendered by the  choir, as follows: Christmas anthem, "It Came upon the Midnight  Clear," Sullivan; "See Now the  Altar," Fame; solo, "Nazareth,"  Fred Smith. The church is being  handsomely decorated with evergreens.    At St Saviour's.  The Sunday services at St.  Saviour's will be as usual. On  Christmas day holy communion will  bo celebrated at 7 aud' 0 o'clock  a.m. and again at 11 a.m., when a  full choral service will be given.  The choir, under the direction of  John Lachore, has arrauged for the  ,following program: Responses Tal-  lis C, Venite Tucker chant,T-Deum,  Lawes���Cooke and Hopkins, Bene-  dictus Turle,anthem "Sing all Heavens" by Simper.  The Baptist Church.  Rev. Burtt Morgan, the liew  pastor of the Baptist church,  will deliver a special Christ-  m.as sermon tomorrow morning.  In the evening the usual brief sermon, followed by an evangelistic  service, will be the program. The  choir has special music in preparation for the services.  1 HOSTILITY TOWARD ENGLAND  Senator Lodge Gives Senate's Reasons for Passing tho  Different Amendments.  CLAYTON-BULWER TREATY OUTLIVES ITS USEFULNESS  ������<*>���:. I  At the Barracks.  The Salvation Army have made  great preparations.to celebrate the  Christmas festival fittingly. Tho  barracks are lavishly decorated i'u-  side'and out and the corps will hold  special services tomorrow and on  Tuesday.  A BUSY DAY IN CHAMBERS  Several Cases of Interest.  Yesterday was a busy day in tlie  local chambers sittings *t the court  house before, his honor judge Forin,  several matters of interest being  disposed of.  On behalf of Mrs. Luella Roberts,  Taylor & Hannington-moved for  judgment with reference to the  non-suit reserved by the judge at  the request of defendants in Robert's vs. Stewart. ��� J. II.-Bowes for.-  Stewart contended that the permission given to use the land on whieh  the Stewart camp was located was  simply a license and as such did not  carry any implied agreement to  pay a reasonable _ remuneration.  The non-suit was dismissed and  judgment entered for plaintiff for  .$100 and costs, tho amount of the  verdict given by the jury in the  case.  In LaBIanc vs. Lambert, which  involves tho title to the valuable  mineral claims on the south fork  of Kaslo creek, R. W. Hannington  moved for an order to serve the defendant in London, England, outside of the jurisdiction of this court.  Tho order was madei '  An interesting point came up in  connection with the action of  Mackenzie vs. Lode Star Mining  Company.       W.     A.    Macdonald  moved~tcThave his client, a wage-  earner, placed on an equality with  execution creditors' who wero .also  wage-earners, R. M. Macdonald  contra. The judge held that all  wage-earners were entitled to share  equally in the proceeds of the  amount realized by tho sheriff.  This, establishes the point that the  factof obtaining 'an execution does  not strengthen the position of one  wage-earner creditor at tlie expense  of another.  In Heddlo vs. Stamford, P. E.  Wilson, for defendant, applied, for  an order to sot aside thy judgment  and execution in the case aud for  leave to defend. The order was  made, R. M. Macdonald eo.ntra. The  effect of this will be to hidofinitely  postpone the sale of Venus stock  under seizure by the sheriff.  Work on the Alice.  T. G. Procter returned yesterday  from Creston, where he ie operating  the Alice mine. Twelve men are  employed underground and tlie  property is improving constantly.  A 508-foot crosscut is being driven  to tap the vein at a . further depth  of 250 feet, which will materially  increase the extent of the ore body  in sight. About a carload of clean,  high-grade shipping ore, estimated  to run 70 per cent in lead, is sacked  awaiting shipment, and tho dump  contains upwards of 500 tons of excellent concentrating ore. Shipments will be made as soon as tho  wagon road is completed. Good  progress is being made on the" road  under the direction of W. A. McLean, superintendent of roads and  bridges. About three-quarters of a  mile has been completed and the  work is going ahead rapidly.  Washington, December 21.���Senator Lodge, in charge of tho Ilay-  Pauncefote   treaty in the  senate,  made a statement which in part is  as follows:   "First,   say that the  amendments were not dictated by  hostility toward England,-still less  were they in any degree a reflection upon  the secretary of state,  whose   patriotism, purity   of  purpose, knowledge, accomplishments  and high  achievements  in  dealing  with our foreign relations, especially in China, are fully and entirely  recognized by men   of all parties  and of all shades of opinion  in  the  senate.   The    amendments     were  made by tho senate solely because,  in its opinion, they were necessary  for   the   interests   of   the   United  States  for   the   avoidance  of any  question as  to   the   control of the  canal aud consequently for the sake  of peaceful  and  harmonious  relations with the rest of the world on  that subject in  the future.     The  vote by which they  were  adopted  shows this.    The second, or Davis-  amendment, passed by a vote of 05  to 17 aud the other two were adopted without division.  , "The first amendment is simply a  declaration that the Clayton-Bulwer  treaty ceases to exist and is superseded by the Hay-Pauncefote treaty.  The object of the latter was to remove the former as an' obstacle to  the construction of the isthmian  canal. Some good judges thought  that the Hay-Pauncefote treaty did  this completely as it stood. Others  believed that certain portions, of'  the Clayton-Bulwer treaty still re-'  mained in force. Tho American  people . desired to get rid of the  Clayton-Bulwer treaty finally and  beyond question. Under .article 2  of the Hay-Pauncefoto treaty, as it  stood, we were clearly bound if engaged in war to permit a hostile  fleet, if it succeeded in getting inside the three mile zone, to pass unmolested through the canal. This  may or may not be a practical  question and it is of no consequence  whether it is or not. It Waas a  solemn promise to permit a hostile  fleet to seize the canal.  "That promise we either intended  to keep or else to make it known  that under stress of power wo  should break it. if we meant to  keep it, then it w.as n promise no  nation ought to make, if we knew  that we should not keep it iu time  of war, then it was only honest and  fair to relieve ourselves of the obligation in tho treaty itself. This  was tho purpose of the second or  Davis amendment, which entirely  disposes of any such promise and  which follows exactly in principle  and almost exactly in words article  10 of the Suez convention, which  reserved similar rights to Turkey,  whose interest in tlie Suez canal is  trivial compared to ours in that  proposed in Nicaragua.  "The third amendment strikes  article 3, by which we engaged to  invite other nations to adhere to  the treaty and thereby become  parties to it. Had there been no  Clayton-Bulwer treaty we would  havo negotiated with no one except  Costa Rica and Nicaragua as to  building the canal- AVith England,  .owing to the Clayton-Bulwer treaty,  wewere obliged to treat, but as we  expect Europe to keep out of this  hemisphere it seemed to the senate  unwise, however excellent and liberal the intention, to invite European nations to share in an American treaty and thus give them the  rights to meddle iu American affairs  at any point. Such are. the purposes of the three amend ment?,  which in no way derogate from the  intention of the United States that  this canal shall be a neutral highway for tho world's commerce."  "Do you think England will accept or reject these senate amendments," the senator was asked.  "That is a question i havo been  asked many times and upon which  I don't think it would be right or  proper for me to express an  opinion," was the reply. "But 1  think 1 can with propriety say a  word as to our view of the amend-  Ifc is well recognized in iii-i '"^fl  nail   invar  #-Tin *-.    TirllAn   4-laal  a"i*-iari _      ' . *_.._]  ^"*V"_  *��r~i^ i*a  *. l'*��.<*?.  ments  ternational law that when the con   .. . ���,  ditions under which a treaty has. '^)%fl  been made have * radically, changedy^-:  and new conditions and new -de-J.y^i  mauds have arisen, that fact is  aiiV.v^  ample ground for seeking an. abro-y*--g||  gation or modification, of the dri*?-r '2-0  ginal instrument.     The Americany^f  people desire to build and mean.*tt?&_$&  build   and   control    the   isthmian. '  canal.     They   recognize  that the  Clayton-Bulwer   treaty,   made   50  years   ago,   under   conditions^'sib*  longer existing, stands in the way.*:  They   have  no  desire   to  clear,Vifcy*;||(  from their path iu a violent fashion.%���$:'��  by formally denouncing it- or�� by*yj^  passing laws  and taking action'-iny*;^";  contravention of its provisions. -ji'_.;xf^  " They .wish to remove it  by. ��� ai_~fffd_h  rangements in a suitable'arid he, v.^r  coming manner.    The Hay-Paunee-;;-^v2?|  fote treaty was framed for, .this^g^fc  object.   The senate is  part of .th&V.fjfvfy  treaty-making power -and treatiesyp*;  "sent to' it"* for ratification"*a,ve__uo_1r��|E  strictly treaties, but projects,, fors, ^"j^  treaties.- They are still in tch"aos,"t>H|f  and in the exercise of its iindoubted'r-%|;'"  rights,   without   the  slightest, re/y;!*?*'  flection on .anyone and  withou_.*a;/,4*��fL  shadow of hostility-to a friehdlyic^||  nation, the senate   continue_5[tbe.^^  negotiations begun by Mr. Hay'aiid��*|!y��j  offers   three   new   propositions ^tbyi^  England.,. They ask her to.omitthoy|_i"ij  clause   inviting   other - nations -^to^KMj  adhere, whicli does not touch her.afc  all. ��� They ask her to  conformTto:  our desires by -agreeing in unmis-.J  takable language to the suppression ,.  of the-*-:G|a*��ton-Bulwer treaty, by-  adop'tirig '   the*.     Hay-Pauncefote J  ���treaty, which is the,; whole purpose",  of the' ncgotiatiohsr^They ask her, -  finally to accept iri-tnis" treaty the"  reservation of rights-in time of war  which she granted' Turkey- in  the  Suez convention aud which by possession of Egypt she is  riow-herself  the beneficiary.  "These propositions are all essential to American interests aud" are  fail*, reasonable, friendly and in no  way offensive. England's. interest  iii having the canal built**b^e it great  or small, is second"only to "that of  the United States, for she alone  has, liko the Uuited States,- large  possessions in North America, both  on the Atlantic and Pacific coasts.  We agree that all vessels of commerce and of war shall pass through  the canal on the same terms as our  own, and in war between other  powers we agree to preserve the  neutrality of the canal toward all  belligerents^ In deference to-fclie"  wishos of Nicaragua and Costa Rica  in regard to this treaty and not to  auy we may hereafter make with  them we.--relinquish.;"*the--right to  make permanent fortifications, and  although there is no need of such  fortifications the right to erect  them is an important right and its  relinquishment goes to the last  verge of concessiou.  'The vast expense of the canal i-j  ours, the maintenance and defence  of it is ours and the American people will never permit a canal there  which thoy do not control. Because the defence of the United  States overrides every other consideration, ln building and maintaining the canal we assume .a  great burden, by which the whole  world will benefit, and if we bear  the burden alone tho power and  the control must be ours also.  "We desire to dispose of the Bul-  wer-Clayton treaty in the most  friendly way possible. We aio  most averse to any other disposition of it. England does not intend to go to war with us to prevent our building the canal and if  it is physically possible to build it  we mean in any event to do so.  Under these circumstances we are  very clear that it is as much for  England's interest as ours to accept  the new propositions in the friendly spirit in which they are offered  and thus end a controversy over an  outworn treaty, whieh is only a  stumbling block to  both nations."  SI  "Li'41  .* ���</-  * /-{  *?_>">. l\  Losses hy Fireg'  Hanover, Ontario, December 21.  ���Tlie logs on the Knechtel factory is .$15,000; insurance $8000;  other losses $20,000.  "t. 2  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C SATURDAY DECEMBER 22 1900  ��� ������  0-0 0-0 0.0-_9'0'e_''<__'__-** *?>*'P'*'a*'_'*_>*-_**^*j>^*-T>*-  ti  ill  \it  ito  il/  -2_'���: '*r_._'*3 __:_:_ _**�����*&��'*��:S*����**:  tf  tf  tf  ti  ti  tf  ti  Ckristmas  Decorations  are now  the order of  the day.  tSee Our Display  tof Silks  ...  ...  .&'  r 4  y-$  i  ���*i  i**  /{i_5J._4CiT _4iV_9 COLORED TAFFETTA  f��\ at prices ranging from 90c lo $1.40  % BLACK AND COLORED PEA DE SOIR  /�� at prices ranging from $1.50 to $2.25  % BROCADES, AN ELEGANT ASSORTMENT  to  full range of colors, prices from $1.10 to $3  to  to  to  to  to  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  m_  *** *********************  These are prices and, qualities which cannot* be  equalled in any store in Nelson.  **i*********************  TELEPHONE  13  _*__'���<���'�����__���'__-'__-��_:__:__;���&_.���<:<������&        i;_>:ift_��iS  '*^.t^.^.��r.<St.5f.C-*��2-*Jf-���***!r*^        ���f-n'-0*_9'_9  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  tf  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  ti  tf  ti  tf  iii  "to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  50 fl\  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  m  M\xz Wtiibxm*.  i^F*��* p^^-ixxxix_axx__x_xx_xssxx___xirtxxx___:xxr^^ixxx\  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.        3  From and after Oetober 1st, all  subscribers to the Daily Tribune  who are served by carrier will  be required to pay their subscriptions weekly to the carrier.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES.  Weekly, by carrier .      .      . .$85  Monthly, by carrier     .       .       . 1 00  Three Months, by carrier        . .   2 60  Six Months, by carrier  .             ��� 6 00  One Year, by carrier      .       . . 10 00  _X__ raraaa���TTantrillllllllTnnmmi:l___[���t���T_  Misery likes company. The  newspaper organ of tlie knockers  and backbiters and deadbeats in  Nelson is in sore - financial distress,  and its editors would have it appear  that the City-of Nelson is in alike  condition. The City of Nelson is  airriglit7because~ho one connected"  in auy way with the Nelson Evening Miner ' is in official position in  the city or ever likely to be..  Thr British Columbia Board of  Trade of Victoria has issued its annual report for 1000. Au attempt  is made to cover the whole province; but the task has proved too  big. The report says that the  smelters at Grand Forks-rand-Greenwood would soon be blown in. The  smelter at Grand Forks has not  only been blown in, but has been  shipping matte for weeks. Victoria  is a progressive town in some respects, but it should change the  name of its board of trade. The  name is too comprehensive.  Can the City of Nelson offer any  inducements itothe promoters of in  dust-rial enterprise."* to locate with  iu the city limits?   A low  rate  of  taxation can-be held out a3  au  inducement; low water rates can  be  promised,--and .-low   electric  light  rates given; but nothing else except  fie-bare statement that Nelson  is  the most centrally located town in  southeastern     British     Columbia.  Were the city in a position to offer  cheap power���and power is a factor  iu   all    industries��� an    additional  -clerk would be required in the city  offices   to   answer    inquiries   that  would be nixde by people wantii _*  to locate here.   There is but one  way that cheap power can be secured for the city, '.and that is from  water tha'it is now flowing in Kootenay river. No one corporation is  likely to secure a monopoly, of the  water in that river; but one corporation can secure all the land along  that river that would be suitable  for sites for power stations, and  that is just what the West Kootenay Power & Light Company is trying to do. For daring to even suggest that the City of Nelson should  hi placed iu as favorable a position  to secure water rights and powerhouse sites as the West Kootenay  Power & Light Company, the mayor  of Nelson is called - a fraud aud a  swindler by a newspaper that is  kept alive by the business men of  Nelson.  Ix regard to the fairness of the  2 per cent tax on the output of  metal mines, the following figures  are given as to'the value of Slocan  ore by Howard West of New Denver.    Mr. West says  the average  assay value of Slocan  ore is  105  ounces of silver and 47 per cent  lead per ton.    Smelters pay for 95  per cent of the silver values and 00  per cent of the lead values��� in the  ore.   This  would make the silver  worth, at 02 cents an ounce, $00.00,  and the load, at $'1.25 a hundred,  $35.05;   or a  total value of $90.S5  per ton.   The freight   arid  treatment charge is $20 a ton, the duty  on lead is $1*1.10, and the cost of  getting the oro from the dump to  rail or steamer $3.50 a ton; or a  total charge of $37.00 to be deducted  from  the value  of the ore before  the 2 per cent can be levied.   This  deduction   makes   the   ore   worth  $50.25 for taxation.    The  tax  is 2  per  cent, or  $1.18-V per  ton.    The  Slocan  mine owner has  $58.06i a  ton  left after paying all charges-  except mining.with which  to pay,  dividends.       Mr.   West  estimates  that one-third of the value of the  ore mined in  the  Slocan has  been  disbursed   in   dividends.      Taking  these figures  as  correct, the average man cannot see where the 2 per  cent tax works a great hardship ou  the mine owner.  Pride is  the fog that surrounds  insignificance.  Laurier Should Qo.  Toronto Telegram.  Australia is already a good cns-  1 o ner to Canada, and for trade reasons alone the Dominion under the  North Star should' be adequately  represented at the birth of the commonwealth under the .Southern  Cross. There are other and higher  reasons whicli should urge Canada  to figure as a party to one climax  in the development of the world-  wide"drama of imperial unity.  There is only one man who is in a  position to speak to the Australian  nation on behalf of the Canadian  nation. Wilfrid Laurier should go,  aud he should be attended by an  escort worthy of his position and  worthy of the country. Canada is  no poor relation, and the country is  well able to pay the expense of  ���Wilfrid Laurier'.** participation in  the family festival in Australia.  The strength of Wilfrid Laurier is  mainly oratorical, and the demands  of his mission would be mainly oratorical. He is a great and splendid  figure on the platform, and in Australia he could not fail to do.credit  to Canada and swell the echo of  this country's fame.  At the Silverton Boy*  The tunnel on the Silverton Boy  is now iu 250 feet .and excellent  headway is being made. Good ore  has been encountered in the tunnel  but'the main ore body has not been  located. The management have always estimated that from 300 to  350 feet of work will be required  to take their tunnel through the  broken formation under the iron  capping of the hill and into the  permanent formation where their  vein issituated.  T. THE ELECTORS Of KELSON:  At, the request of a number ot elector!*, I have  decided to oll'a-r myf c'f as a*eaiMidato for -mayor  at tho coming civic elections. I have served as  alderman two years of the four during  which the city* has ljeen conducting its own affairs, and my record while in the council en the  questions that arc now the most important issues  before the people of tha city is such as will bear  inspection.  lbelieve that the city has raluablo assets in the  wator and electric light systems, .and*while in  the council I did everything possible to safeguard  these assets-ami if elected- mayor no'act or voic  of mino wl'l be in favor of allowing nny outside"  corporate interest to become a competitor with  I h9 city in the business of electric lighting, a  business in which the cily has already invested  S70.00*>'. .  While in the council in 18P7,1 voted in favor of  incorporating a fair wage clause in all con'racts,  and that principle was carriod out in both letter  and spirit. I see no reason to change my views  on that question now. And I believe, further,  that with competent foremen and superintendence that the city can get as good value for the'  money spent by having the grcatbullt of its work  done by day's labor as by the contract system,  and no good reason can bo advanced Nwhy the  city should not pay lhe -same rate of wages and  work men tho tamo number of hours as prevails  in private enterprises-.  lam in favorof giving (hobusincs* and property interests every safeguard possible, and lo  that end I-believe tho lire department should be  made as efficient as possible, consistent wi'h the  revenues of the cily.  Nelson should be kept in advance of its livals,  and everything possible must be done lo induce-manufacturing enterprise* (o locate here,  for it is the payrolls that build up the- cities of  today.  Nolson,"a western city, i-s as orderly and law  abiding as eastern cities. This is because the  people of Nelson are tolciant. I believe that this  spirit of toleration should be continued, and 1  will if elected mayor do no act to abridge or curtail llio rights or privileges of ono class of our  citizens merely because another class may have  dill'erent views.  Tho city has made a sta*-|, in permaii"nt streot  improvements, and lam in. favor of continuing  these improvements as fast as possible, with duo  regard to tho revenues of tho city.  If elected mayor, lam in a position nnd will  _p_lcdge_niysclr_to.dcvole_niy_tii_.e to-the-con"luct-  of the city's buf>incs<*.  *     FRA.N1*; FLETCHER.  Nelson. T)eccmber loth, IJKK).  Aak Your G rocer_  lor Hew  SWEET   CIDER  for Mince Pies.  CIDER VINEGAR  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE OO.  ���*********���*****.*.*&*.*.**:.**���*.���  Coffee Roasters  - Daale.*-in Tea anfj: Coffee  ���*���*���**���******���*****.*.**.*.**;*:��.*.  We aro offering.at lowest prices thebest  grades of -Ceylon; India, China and.Japan  Teas.  Our Bos'*, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound  g  10  Mocha and Java Hlend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, 1 i ounds ... 1 00  Special Blend Cofl'ee, 6 poueds  1 OO  Rio Blend Coffee, e pounds  100  Special Blend Cejlon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER.STREET, NELSON.  ffXXTX-lXXXXXXXXXitXXlXXXIXlXXZIXX)  fpfp- 00-"00'*0&'00' 00:  MY  ^Yi\      ttXXTZ-IXYIXTXXXXXtZ:  fi\  jj   Holiday..  ���ili--'|--Novelties       ;._.,{  .?.    1   Arriving Daily.     \  texxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxixxxxxi.  ��� Y__ -1  FEED IRYINE & CO  ��� _^^ * 0^^ ��� 00* * 0^0 ��� 0^0 * 0/0 ���   _OO0  r4K__tr__.  m____mr ___**___������ 4__9___w &_____* _!_%______*���   k_____\m  ****_. ��� ^��������� *t*_K ��� *���*- ��� %fc. ���.->���� ��� "*^��-_^  to  xxzxxixxixxzxxxxxixzxxxii: i  The new Straight  Front Corset. We  have them.  xxxxxxx:xzxxx_uin:-:iii:t: cxxxxl  to  to  to  ft\  ��v Merchandise has its place in the preparations for the Xmas season.   The attractiveness  ;!��  ." of the goods to be found in. all our departments will make brisk selling for the next three weeks.   ."  to  to  to  to  m  CHRISTMAS  DOLLS  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Our new line of dolls is now  on display. While the quality  is of the highest, the price is  so, modestly low that you will  be surprised at the size oft he  clpll you can get for a dollar or  two. Jointed dolls, kid-bodied  dolls, new French-shape dplls,,,  blonde dolls, brunette dolls, 9  to 27 inches; 35c to $8.50  SILK WAISTS  Nothin"- but the finest taf-  fela, liberty satins.and liberty  silks, from   0 $3.50 to $15  FURS  The great demand for furs  this season was Recognized by  us very early���in time to make  selections when they were at  their best. Whatever there is  for ladies to wear, made of fur,  will be found in this department at very low prices.  HANDKERCHIEFS  You lose most of your handkerchiefs, the laundries wear  out the rest, and your handkerchief case needs constant filling*. We have them from 5c  to $7;5G each.  WINTER GLOVES  and Mittens in great variety.  The very latest style in gloves  is the suede, castor and mocha.  These gloves are nice for cold  weathers as they are much  warmer than dressed kid. We  carry these lines in black, mole,  tans and greys,     $1.25 to $2  EIDERDOWN COMFORTS  The cold snap which we  have just experienced suggests  what we may.expect when the  winter sets in in earnest, so  get your comforts now and be  ready.     Prices, $1.50 to $25  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  XXXXXXXXXXXXXXZXXXIIXXIXXXXXIXXX  to  to  to  FRED IIVINE & CO. IS-"-II  RX_U*az_'XXXXXXZXXXI*'XIX!XXXZX__     Ji_\  _fi**"r " -" _�������'. *f_h_  \v^-__Z*^* * 00 *'00 ��� 0^ *00 * 00^ *0���0 * 00* *0���0 a 00 .00 . 00 .00 ��� 00 .00 . 00 . . **<��k . ^^.  *^. . ^^. ^Ba . ^^. ^_k ���_���***!��� ^**^ ���___*������ ^^ "___>������__*- *___**��� .__***��� *'^*^ ��^__-^r  ' ']^^^i^i^^<^t^ *1^^'^^''^^^*^^0j*W**^*90*'^_^.4__^.-*^_^'_t0'*t^0-^^''*fl_t*>' "*~* ���^'������^������'���^���-^������'"���-���-���^���^-^������-^������'"������-^^'"^J-'^g^J'^B^ /****-<<_' f  xxx_xxxxx*cxxxxjxxxzxzxxx*'xxxxt*_:xx*  Sole agents li  for Butterick h  Patterns  ttXXXXXIXXXXXXXIXIXXXXIXXXXX'tXXIXXi  8  321 to 331 Baker Strcel, Ne!Fon"  -'.if*. -  American -arid European Plan?.  MEALS  CENTS  SAW &  NILSON  PLANING  MILLS  Limited.  We are prepared-to Furnish  by Rail, Barge or Teams  ROOMS LIGnTKD.BY *ELKCTKICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO tl  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NKLSOK.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air;  Large -,comfortable bedrooma -and  flrefr-clAaa.  dlniug-room. Sample rooms toe oommerolal men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  IVJrs. E. C. GlarKe, Prop.  LATK OF THE BOTAL HOTEL, CAXOARX  nil    J J    _.    ������_..._._.    Baker and ward  madden House-^1*^ ��*-*-_*;  The onlj hotel ln Nelson that)-has remained  under' one management since 1890.  The bed-rooms aro well -furnished .-and lighted  by-electricity.  The bar is always stookod by tho beeti dom s-  tlo and Imported liquors and)olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MoMANUS.-Manager  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGHand DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices before  purchasing- elsewhere.  Bar stocked with best brands of -wines,-.liquors,  and Cigars. Boer on draught). Largo comfort:  ahln rnoma.   Flrdh-nlaHa tnliln.hoard.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBKW-RS-AND BOTTLERB OaT  FINE LAGER-BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  OFFICE .-CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY; HALL.STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.. MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  Bums & Co;  Wholesale and Retail  ���������Dealers in-Meats  Hkad_Opfice^at_  NELSON, B. O.  Markets -at Neteoio, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, Net*-*  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenvrood, Gasoade;Gity, Mid:  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  !?i>  AlaL KINDS OF  ^^"���������'tr'grld.     Brawary.at-Hd-o-i  C. W. West &Go.  COAL!      WOOD I  Hard Coal       CJQ RK I Crow's Nest     jfeffvIR  Anthracite       ���**�����>���*��� | Coal "Jfl^ia  l*_*Eir;i*V"*El*REl*I3  AGENTS IMPERIAL  OIL COMPANY, IfaTD.  No order can be accepted unless accompanied  by. cash,   Office:  Corner of Hall  and Baker Stroets.  TELEPHONE 33.  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOIJHALH AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson J.   (J#  fR^VlS, Manager  oHaTHRH.bv maiIi mnnitni^in OAKWjfrTTa j*.vn ptRnwPT **r.���_r-*to*>  'Pi, J. RUSSELL  - Bayer- and Exporter of  RiAVV   FURS  Hlshest Prices  Prompt .Returna  B'alr Assortment  Lethbridge Cait Coal  The boat value for the money In the market  for all imrpoueH.  tkbm8 cash     W; P. Tiernky. deueral Agent  Tnlenhnnn .1*7.    Ofllaw-'orttih O. X��. J. flhrlsMo.  AECHITECTS.  EWART . 8c ��� CARRIE-Amhlteota.   :Rooma; 7  aud 3 Aberdeen block. Bakor atreot, Nelson.  Ship .br- Express.  NIBIjSQN^- B.C.  b. c. E_K_em__ms  and Transfer Co.  age and express moved to any part of 'the -  J-HH'BEST  Bai  city.        ���   Office .with the Nelson Wine Co., Baker stre.i  GEO. F. MOTION,Manager.  Ipoclalf Attention *gl ven ��� to <heav~-r.:teaml*iK.  Telephone 03.  ST. LOUIS LAGER  To bo had wholesale at Nelson.  WHOLESALE TRADE  aERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPK & CO., LIMITilD.-Cornor Vornon  and Ciedar sLrooUi, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in ana tod waten-'and  fruit KymyH. Solo iigonts for Haleyou- Spi'inK*)  mineral water.. Telephone (10.  AS.SAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TERTZKL & CO.-Corner Bakor and  ��� Josophiue atreol s, Nelwon, wholesale dealers-In assayers ��� supplies. Agents for Donver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. KVANS 8c CO.-Baker stroot, Nelson  ��� wholesalo ' dealers in liquors, cigars  cement, fire brick and Are clay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTRNAY ELRCTRie SUPPLY & CON-  S'l RUCTION COMPAN Y-Wholeflalodeal-  ers in telephones, aununciatora. bolls, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR.AND FEED.  BRACKMAN - KER MILLING "COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootonay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calirary-  Kdmonton R. R. Mills at -Victoria, New vventi-  minster, and Kdmonton, Alborta.  TAYLOR FEED & PRODUCE CO.-Baker  Btroet, Nolson (George F. Motion's old  aland), Jflonr, Feed,- Grain, Hay and Pi-odnoo,  Car lotfl a specialty. Correspondence solicited.  Phone 2C  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO.���Baker   street,   Nelson,  ���   wholesale doalers ln fresh and oured meats.  Cold storaxo.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.-Cornor Front and  ��� Hall street--, ' wholesale grocors and  'obbors in blankots, gloves, mitts, boots; rubbers,  mackinaws and mliici-ft' sundries. :_  KOOTENAY. SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vornon . streot. Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.   JOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front) stroet, Nolson, wholesale grocors.  JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street, Nelson.  ���   wholesale' dealers   ln  provisions,   oured  moats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYKRS & CO.-Corner Baker and Joflephlne  ��� stroets. Nelson, wholesalo.doalers lu hardware and mining supplios. Agents for Glnnt  Powder Co. '  ���  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  Baker St., NolBon, wholesale   dealors In  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plaml-ers'supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER. BEETON & CO.-Corner Veinon  J- and Josephine Btroets, Nolson, wholemvle  dealors in liquors, clgara aud dry goods. Ageuta  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Browing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting,, stamping and-black blasting powders,  'wholosale dealers ut caps and fuse, and elootrlo  bloating apparatus.  : SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS.  IalMTTED���Corner Front and Hall streeta,  Nelson; manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  ln sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to-order. .   -   WINES AND CIGARS.  (7tJ_l_0.ORtnJL WINE COMPANY, LTM--  V/ TED���Corner. Front and Hall streeta, Nation, wholesale dealers In: wines .(ease.and balk,  ind domnotilo Mifl lmntn*����d clorari*.  1  ENGINEERS.  PJHARIa-HS PARB-KR���Mining and mllUBft eu-  y  sinew,  Turoer-B(Mokti(BfookiJt��fee<7ai|_>-0b  NeUoD,  . P. Rithet & Co.,J.td.  VICTORIA,  B. C.  A. B. GRAY, Baker Street,   Nelson  Kootenay Ageiit.  A. R. BARROW, A.M; I. C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets,  P. O.Box M9. TELEPHONE NO, fto  -A..   _E___NTS17��]-Aur)-  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Full lino of wall paper, mouldings, eto,_ *&lso-  mlningiand Tinth ���-���*-'���        -a-  Es__aates t urnishe  * uu lino oi wan paper, iuoui_i__h, ouj,   __uh_-  tninlng and Tinting.  Strictly flrst-class work,  "led.  ^  I;-  \  i j  *. '>}  '<_  I  i,  HI  ^  i  K  Reddenco Mill Street,   MPT CAN   R   _1  OppodtoSohoolHouse Sitii-Olfa, D�� _f. ill   .  'I  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C SATURDAY; DECEMBER 22 1900  Li    BMX OF IOMEaI  IK  OAPITAL, all paid up....5  BEST   UNDIVIDED PROFITS  J"  I  i  12,000.000.00  7.000.000.00    427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  E. S. Clouston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH    .  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branohea In London (England) Nkw York,  Ciih-acio, aud all tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchango and Cable  Transfers. o  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Iusuod, Collections Made, Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  CUKHKNT MATK OB* INTKltKST PAID.  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  THE MAYORALTY CONTEST  In Greenwood���-Rival Vaudevilles.  Greenwood, December 21.���|Special to Tlie Tribune].��� Tlie holiday  soiison   seems   to   luivo   been   lost  sight of by at least tlie majority of  the sterner  sex, who find little  to  talk of other than municipal polities and the opening of the  second  v-vudeville concert hall. , These two  subjects have since tlie first of the  week been the principal thenies of  discussion on street -corners and in  tho   downtown   resorts.       In   the  mayoralty contest Duncan Ross is  moving heaven and earth to get the  scant  majority  of  votes that will  place  him  in  the executive chair,  while tlie genial doctor, externally  at least, pursues the even  tenor of  his way in the practice of  his  profession, leaving  the  hard  work of.  securing  these same votes to .the  able gentlemen  who  were  responsible   for   bringing  him   out.    Dr.  Jakes, however, denies the soft impeachment that he is in any clique,  and in an open letter to  the  press  states that his position and excuse  for being in the contest lies  not in  tlie fact that mayor Hardy or his  friends   wished   him   to   take, an  active part, but merely out of. his  desire   to see  the-hatchet buried  and  all factionalism in  municipal  affairs consigned to an  everlasting  oblivion.    lie   gracefully   concedes  that  his  opponent  is  as  able and  conscientious a man  as could   be  found in the city to  discharge the  diities of mayGi*.  ."However, the doctor has not  issued any preelection address aud  what his policy- on civic affairs will  be is unknown except to a few of  his intimate supporters. Mr. Ross  has taken the electors into his confidence and is making a strong bid  for the support of the workers, believing that the strength of every  city, particularly such a, ono as  Greenwood, situated in the very  heart of .a large mining district,  lies in its workingmen and consequently to a great extent its future  depends upon them, therefore he is  iu favor of recognizing their claims  .to proper protection. He believes  that eight hours should constitute  a day's work and that this principle  should be adopted by tho municipality, and, as far as possible  day labor should be given preference  to contract, und in the event  of work being let by contract that  the contractors should be forced to  . pay current wages. He also goes  on record as being strongly opposed  to tho Chinese .and that all powers  granted to the corporation under  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. 0., andDawson City, N. W. T.  the offering of the citizens. Up till  this evening no candidates have  csine before the public for the office of aldermen, and it is generally  believed that each side will select  an aldermanic ticket to run under  the respective candidates for the  mayoralty.  $2,500,000  $2,458,603  Sl.TOOiOOO  ^ VQ?"-**_,-v^ ������b^te-j ��^--_.��^ -$5^ ^ ��>$5^ ���^<S?���^*^^���^-^-Sv*-v  ^��,^*,^��_SI  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager. "���  E. Hay. Inspector.       -  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY. Manage  BUSINESS  MENTION.  the Municipal Clauses Act should be  exercised to the fullest extent iu  restticting their employment in the  city. Iu conclusion he states that  he is not rich enough to give his  time to the office free gratis, and if  elected will expect a suitable remuneration for his services. - Well,  it's a merry campaign and unless  something unforeseen happens,  promises to be a clpseone. Between  now and .January 7th .the electors  will doubtless have plenty of opportunity to hem* and decide upon  the merits of the two gentlemen  who aro seeking tho highest gift  in  Removal Sale  In order to.clear out ihe remainder of our stock of  FANCY GOODS  TOYS, ETC.  we will sell at greatly reduced  prices until December 24th.  Free Variety Shows.  Next to politics ihterestis centered  in the variety show business.    Here  too a merry war, but with  more  serious   financial  results, is being  waged, and it came about this way:  A few weeks back Ola Lofstad,. the  proprietor of the Hotel Ladysmith,  took it into his head that business  down in his end of tlie city was a,  little slack and that with a proper  kind of entertainment to  all 'and  sundry who might be induced to  patronize him, it would pick up. So  with little more ado he takes a trip  to Spokane, returning shortly with  all the necessary human appliances  that   are   to be found   in a well  -regulated music hall.     His venture  succeeded, and money came pouring  into his coffers, at least so  thought  Mr. Branson, who  runs  the  Hotel  National, and he accordingly goes  out to the City of the Falls.     Immediately   after   his   return    the  announcement      is     made  - that  a    second     concert    hall     would  be   opened,   and   so the public is  privileged nightly  to  witness  two  really   first-rate    vaudeville    performances,  each trying to out-do  the   other,  hind  each  running   its  show free.    Now gossip hath it that  yet  a third  hotel  will'go into the  vaudeville business aud if. it keeps  up     Copper     avenue,    tho   ��� main  thoroughfare, will, during the winter months, assume once more that  lively aspect that was characteristic  a year since.    Greenwood has  certainly     in   the     interim   suffered  sufficiently     from      a      class     of  pessimistic individuals  who   have  been    detrimental   evidently,    in  one sense, to the natural advancement of,the city as a mining centre  to whicli all  the  miners  and  employees  are  attracted for   amusement.    That  the  two  resorts   are  appreciated is amply .demonstrated  by tho crowded houses  which  are  in evidence nightly.  Ward Bros.  ���Apply Merchants  at the  boy  ap  peal ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  CAIVjBLE & O'REILLY  Baker Street  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  AGENTS  FOR RENT  fi-roomed house and bath, logethor with kitchen  runge, comploto with hot and cold water, Observatory street, magnificent view; rent, including water rate, ��25 por month.  5-roomed house, corner Cedar and Carbonate  strcots ; $20 por month.  5-roomed house, Hume Addition ; $15 per month.  I-roomed cottage, Core street 812.50 per month.  It-roomed houso, corner of Mill and Hull streets;  $30 per month, from 1st November.  Rents collected,   Loans made.  Agents for British Columbia Permanent Loan  & Savings Company.  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Cellar to Rent  Ban!,- of Halifax.  Special Christmas dinner  Nelson Cafe from 12 in. to 8 p.m.  Boy Wanted���Good, smart  wanted nt Fred Irvine & Cb.'s.  For Sale--Furnished rooms.  ply Mrs. Nelson, Carney block.  If you want to buy or sell anything go to tho "Old Curiosity .Shop."  Hack calls left at the Pacific  Transfer barn on Vornon street. Telephone  caU35.  For Rent���Store in Tremont  Hotel block. Apply to Malone & Tregillus,  Tremont hotel.  Wanted���A   first-class   foreman  for granite quarry near Nelson. Apply John  Gunn, Robson. i, ,  Wanted���Position as bookkeeper'  or any clerical position. Good references.' Apply  'T;B. C., Tribune olllco. ,-,���,.-  For Sale���A new house, very convenient; modern improvements, easy terms. Apply A. E. Clarke, Stanley and Carbonate streets  "New' lot   just   in."���For   fresh  candies, fruits, nuts, etc.,J call at the Ron Ton  Confectionery, iiaker street, Hiss A. L. Khnk-  witz.  To Rent or For Sale���Residence  of .. W. Peters. Will rent furnished for two  months or sell.- Apply to H. A. Lnngford, tramway ofllce.  Wanted���Position in store, grocery or gent's -furnishing!*,' by young man, live  years'experience. Good references. I. M., Tribune ofllce.  Lost, yesterday, a pocket book  containing aten dollar bank note and some re-,  ccipts. Finder will be rowarded by returning,  same to A. Enstoad, P. O. box 1(!8, Nolson.  For sale���Lot 10, block 17,30 foot  frontage on Victoria street, two houses on  nroporty. Prico $2800, I erins easy. Address  Frank G. Graham, care of Mai liesou & Graham's  barber shop.  Miss Von Der Werth���Clairvoyant, palmist and cord reading. Gives advice  on commercial business mid wining; rcuni'es  unhappy lovers and broken-up families. Room  1, over Thomson Stationery Company.  >.  The Nelson Soda Water Company  wi'l be obliged if householders having their  empty syphons, or patent sciew top bottles, will  c nmuinicatc wilh them by telephone or post-  card as the syphons and bottles aro required for  the holiday trade.  For Sale.���New three-story brick  block on Hastings street, Vancouver, B. C, with  cement basement, 125 by 25, for sale. Present  owner will take a ten year lease of same; this  will bring over 10 por cenD of investment. Address box 518, Vancouver, B. C.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  ~ Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast).  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all binds,  UP -WHAT YOU WANTIS NOT IN STOCK  WK WILL MAKE IT FOR YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  w  # #1  A5,.<**V*****Y  ���r'r'i&'(^*(^<C-?'<^><^>p3'cz3��c=Z>  Mly  <__** ��� ��_0 ��� <__"- ��� ��_*-������ (__-"��� ��� /__-** ��^*J  ������':::;'  '.-���/:������':>��*��  Established in Nelson in 1890  ABSOLUTE CONFIDENCEz  %  is the feeling with which our customers look upon goods from  our house, for they reason that they can bo depended upon to give^  the customer perfect satisfaction. They know that in our line  each season they find tlie newest things, many things not found  elsewhere, always tlie things which are the readiest buyers, and  which strongly appeal to the popular fancy. They know that  there is no element of risk'in buying from us; that there is no  experimenting about it. They are certain of buying tho goods in  season and at satisfactory prices. This advantage is what we  wish to call your attention to these rushing holiday times. Couple  this with an assurance of lowest prices, and liberal treatment, and  you havo our method of doing business. All our goods are too  numerous to mention. They include however diamonds, aud all  kinds of precious jewels, sterling silver and all kinds of sterling  silver novelties. , We have eveiything you need outside of money.  We want your money and will give'you the worth of it. Your  orders will have;our prompt attention.    All engraving done free  ���of.charge. ..���=���.��� ,.v-"-.j.'. ���'*"���' " ..'���".'-- :'���' ,: ���������.������������'���������:������-��� .-���._'������  , ,���.-- -   '      ************:**_**:**    ���������.������'..  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  ^[7.    ���;���-. NEL.SOIM,   B.   O.  &L  *S<>S=-,  :.'    .. CUT���_  SCALE     , .^  __\^^'(^'-.C-^-i^.^_>c-^-i<^--.c-^-':c^3  ELECTRICAL MACHINERY  Transformers  Telephones, Bells  Annunciators, Lamps  GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES  . HOT WIRE ARC LAMPS  FOR INCANDESCENT CIRCUITS.  CLING SURFACE BELT DRESSING|  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC  SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION CO.!  Nelson, B. C.  J. A. Sayward   HALL AND LAKE BTBEET8. MEMON1 _  We are unable to display  our stock of new goods,  but if you don't see what  you want, as.k for it. We  have it.  The only complete stock  of Toys, Dolls, etc. in the  cily is to be found at our  OPERA HOUSE STORE  Canada Drug & Book Co.  Limited.  Annl- n. Ta, l,TOMOX- 8olI-lfinr. Volann H    O  Surpassing  Display in  Fall Suiting's  All the fashionable creations  in Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON BTREKTS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  NELSON,  B. C.  _tt___au4____mmt-u���a_m_mm_m__0  Builders and  Contractors  Having* taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company,'Limited, of Nelson, I beg* to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our produets at lowest  possible prices.. Being- in a position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  It Is our Intention to install machinery to manufacture our  marble. produets, and next season wo shall be in a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also Keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  =TUes"and"Cement. .*-****  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also.this year. We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building-  Stone.  are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors  and.  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSORS  TO  H. I). ASIICROFJ')  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD   WORK".**  EXPERT HORSESHCEINC.  Spcuiul iitLention given lo .ill kinds of repairing  anil custom work from c*. side points. Heavy  bolts made to order on shin r notice.  MRS. A. HALTON.  We  Builders.  to  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick _"��� Lime Co., Ltd.  A-1 White Pine Luir-ber Always in  Stock..  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, .Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Wprkj/jSi-isB"and Doors.  Special order ;:%'6r_: will receive  prompt attention.  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street*.  FRED J. SQ UIRK. Mauanoi*.  AJRTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  OPPOSITE   THE   QUICKN'S  HOTEL.  Large stock of high-class imparted Roods.  .    ialty    "  " .     ...  fashion in coate.  flpeciaity of the square   shoulder.  !X��  A  latest  Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  9Bt_mu__________________a_w_____mm  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Streot, Vancouver.  Hoarding and Day School for Girls. AVill reopen January loth. Terms moderate. Kor terms  and prospectus apply to  ftUDAMOISELLE KERN,. Principal.  ROSSLAND   EISQIINEBRIINO  WORKS  OUNLIFFB  &  MCMILLAN  Founders and Machinists, Specialty of Ora Cars, Ore-Bin Doors and Cnneral Mining MacMnory.  List of second-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled nnd Is a�� good  1 2--H. I\ Locomotive-typo holler, with ciiulnc attached and all nUingx, rondy to turn on steam.  1 Gj"x8" Douhle-Cyllndor Krlction Drain-Hoist, built by lugorrioll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, No. ,S Cameron, Kow York.  1 Sinkin* Pump, 10"x6"xl8", outside packed plunger pattern.  Watch this advertisement for further lists, or wiito us beforo you bu/for complete list.  may have just what you want.  Agents for Northoy Pumps.  P.  O.  Box 198.  *W_  Stock carried.  THIRD  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  OUR  Auro  FILTERS  FILTERS  IT COSTS BUT ONE CENT  OUR CLOSRE *TS  I ARE NOISE1/-K3S  To drop ua a post card that we may call and gi  Never  have any plumbing done until you Ii  ivo estimates.   It save-*i many dollars.  iavo seen our goods and  our prieos.  OPPOSITH  pr��HTni*'H,��niii.  STI?ACHAN BROTHERS. Plumbers.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To  Geo.  II.  Lammers,  J. R. Cranson, or lo  any person or persons lo whom he may havo  transferred his interest iu the Harvey Joy  mineral claim, at jMirning JWounlain, Nelaon  Mining Division.  You are hereby notified thai. J have expended  One Hundred Dollars-in la"Dorand improvements  upon the above mentioned   mineral  claim, in:  order to  hold  said  miuerul   claim  under  tho  provisions  of the Mineral  Act, and if within  ninety dnys from lhe dale of this notice you full  or i-efu��e to contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, together with all costs of nd vertis-  ing, your intorest'in said c-aim will become the  properly of the siib-scrihcr, undor section four of  au Act entitled "Au Act to Amend the Mineral.  Act, l'JOO.*' ��� -'���   SILAS 11. OW'SS,  Dated this 12th day of. December, l'JOu.  NOTICE.  Rossland, B, C, November 9th, 1900.'  ToF. B. S.,i.isB_uv:  Notieo is herebypive-.. that I, "William GriflHr s,  intend to claim the I aterests ln the followli ig  named mineral claim a formerly held by F. 1't.  Salisbury, on which h a has neglected to pay h; B  share of 1 he expenses cit the annual asseaamenf  work.   To wit:  A one-half (J) into;-cat in the "Hunker Hill"*  mineral claim.  .A one half ("| interest in the ".Sullivan"mlneral  claim.  A one-half (J) intc- rest in tho "'Fidelity" mineral  claim.  All the niljoiuln-j claims, ituatod on Iho west  fork of Iho nort'a fork of Salmon river, In the  Nelaon Mining 1) ivlslon,  This action is 'jakon under Section 11 of Chapter Ij, of the sin .l.utes of lS'.ni and uiiuimlmcnls of  UIOO. V./JLLTAM H. 'rOWNSKNU.  Ageutfor William <iri_lt_a.  FINE  DRESSMAKING A  SPECIALTY  MADDEN  BLOCK.  LADIES' TRIIPED HATS  Endless Variety  And Prices to Suit.  mrs. e. Mclaughlin,  JOSEPHINE STREET.  COURT  REVISION.  Slocan, Nelson and Rossland Ridings  of West Kootenay  Electoral  District.  Notieo is hereby given that a Court of Revision  and Appeal, under the provisions of the "Assess-  incnL Act," will bo held as follows :  Court Ilotfo, ICufIo, H. C . Tuesday, Dili January. 1901, nt. 10 o'clock In the forenoon.  Government .Agent's Olllce, Nelson, 11. ('.,  Weclnofday; Mill January, tit in o'o'onk in the  forenoon.  tloveriiinein Agent's Olllce, llosslund, II. C.  Thursdny, lltli January, at 10 o'clock in lhe  forenoon.  Dated nt Nelson this H'tli dnyof Deceiuhor, IMO.  JOHN   A.   TllRNICII.  .Itnlgi.'Of Court of Revision and Appeal.  LAND NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that thirty dayH nflcr  dale we, The Corporation of the City of Nelson,  intend lo apply to tho Chief Comniis-flonci* of  I.nn(l4 and Works for permission lo iiiirehnsu  for the purposes of Llio Corporation, the following  described laud iu Ihe District of West ICootenay,  situate on the south bank of ICoolenny river,  about Ion miles below Nelson : Commencing nta  post marked "The City of Nelson's S. W. cornor,"  thenco cast HO chains, thence north IS chnlns  to tho Kootenay river, thenco westerly along tho  Kootenay river :*(> chains, thenco south 15 chains  Lo the place of beginning.  TRIO CORPORATION OF Till' CITY OF  NICLSON, Itv John- I lot'.stun, "Mayor.  December T-'th, IllCO.  LAND   NOTICE.  Notice is herohy given, that sixty days after  date I intend to apply to the gold commissioner  for a lease on crown lands, situate in "West Kootenay district, about ten miles from the cltv of  Kaslo. lu a northerly direction, consisting of 1(10  acres of unoccupied crown lands, commencing at  a postmarked C. P. L., l.hnnce north on the lake  front SO chains, thence west '20 chains, thence  south 80 ohulns, thence east 20 chains to place  ind post of commencement.  C. P. LOUD1N.  '^MI'ANIES ACT 1897."  Notice Is hereby given that, the appointment of  John Mnllison Williams as attorney of '-The  Chapleau Consolidated Gold Mining Company,  Limited," and of his substitute, Charles. \V.  'iniliam Hi-owning, has been revoked, and that  Uabiiel Lucien Roocrt Weyl, accountant of Nelson. U. <'., has been appointed as tho now attorney of tho said company, and tho registered  olllco of the company has been changed to Oh-  Hervalory street, Nelson, 1). C.  kLLIOT & LRNNIE,  Solicitors for tho Company.  Dalod this SOth day of November, A.U ������ 190J.  NELSON MINERS* UNION; NOi SIG, W. :F^ffS  M.���Meets ln minors'; union rooms, ���norlA-*V'?-,;i��  M.���Meets in minors';union rooms, ���nor"_i-*,r:gfg  east cornor Victoria and Kootenay streets,-ovoryiifflBfJgi  S_tnru_.y evening at S o'clook. "Visiting��mem i^i|&@  hero welcomo. '-���f/It.'Mowatt^-Prasident;-A-Jaine?^f,<t^'rs  .Willcos, Secretary. ���_ Union* Scale of ."VVAOK8''.fiS5%  pou Net-ion Distkict���Per shift, ��� maohirie'jftfif*';  men, $3.60: hammersmen minors, $3.25; muckcrt-.'SM.i'si-'  carmen, shovelers and other; _naergroundlabof#Sf->Sr*t.  ors, 53po.,-/-.cv--' v'^-jA ���ft!!::fW'-,'-��:'-^';^'j*��?ii^ir  T   KgSjJtl  KADKS AND "LABOR COUNCIL^The re��_t|i^p  .lar mootings of the Nelson Trades and-__.bbrS-*f%^  Council will be held in tho miners' 'union- hall;?&����M  oomer of Victoria and Kootonay streets, on*'the,,'spS-��  first, and third Thursday of oach;mohtht>at"^S;"*l  7.30 p. ru. G. J. Thorpe, President. : J. H.Mat&e-*&fep>  son;-Socrotary,  ���.,.,..���...,���*_.,.._.  pular mootings of. the Carj^nteira' Unlon'sSiS  hold on Wednesday;'evening>ofreach'SS5>^3  ���u.s,����� 7 o'clock, in the Miners',Unionhalla-��iv3M^|  nor Vlotoria and'Kootenay streete. ;"Ili^Rdbi_-5-MM  THKrei  aro . _ .._.    woekj'afc 7 o'clock, in the *Miners',Unionhallcbr- 'H-m?',  nor Vlotoria and' Kootenay street_.;*Ili^Robi"'s-^**i  son, President..; Jamos Colling, Soci*otary.S  '-���''-"'    - -''"           ...-a......     ,   ^.<._^I  ������'���-���jMw  ���_*mi.  BABBERS' UNION.���Nelson Union, No;*196,"ot  tho Intcritatlonal Journeymen Barber s��� Un-����?agL  ion of America, meets every hi*st and third Mon-'Sx^^.!  day of each month in Miner's UnioniHall* corner ^i*^3  of'Victoria and Kootenay etreets, at 8:30-'p'im.- ''f-fx  sharp. "Visiting brothers cordially invited lot- tgi.  attend.'���"'-.It. McMahon, p>*osidi>nl: J. H.'Mathc-',"\ "i1  son. secretaij-treasurer: J.C.Gardner,locording _ S  secretary". _ j_     . __\  BRICKLAYKItS AND MASONS' UNION.    ,  -X.S  ��� The Bricklayers and Masons' International vCT-^f  Union-No; 3 of Nelson meets second and fourth      ~  TueHdaysin each month at Miners  Union hall.  J. W. Btchor, pi esident; Joseph Clark, locording -./';  and corresponding secrctaiy. *  - *�����   : _       ffr  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson I>aborers* Pi-o ' - P  .-���- tectivo Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L.. meets in -1  Fi-atornity Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner of Ba-_ t <"  korand KootenaystieeLs, overy Jlonday ovening' -* ^  at7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting uionibers of the Amen- {  can Federation cordially invited to attend. J-  .I.itpcs Mathow, President. John Roberts, ro ��'  cord ing secrc Ijii j.  ELSON PAINTBRS' UNION-Tho regular     *'i  mooting of tho   Painters'  Union is hold      *  tho first and third Fridays in each month at Min-     ��.  ors"; Union hall al 7:30 sharp.   J. IT. Millwai-d,  President; Will J. Hatch, Secretary.  LASTKRKRS'  UNION-The O. P. I. A. No  172, meets every Monday evening in  tho  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley streets, atj  8o'clock.   J. D. Mover, prosident; Donald Mr-  Lean. Rnorn1,n.ry1  OOOKS' AND WAIT-CnS' UNION���Regular  meetings on the socond and fourth Thuis-  days of each month, at 8o'clock in Miners' Union  hall. Visting biethern cordially inwted. C. F.  Dell, president; J. P. Forestoll, secretaiy  treasurer. 1  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. NO. 33, A. K. & A. M.  Mcotu socond Wodncsday in each month.  Sojourning brothreu invited.  %'  KN1QHT8 OK PYTHIAS- Nolson Lodgre, No  _... Kni-hts of Pvt.hU-*. moots in I. O. O. V.  lay streets, every  at) 8 o'olock.   Visiting Knltfhtfl  25, Knights of Pythias, moots in I,  EtaU.cornor-taker andKoptona;    '  Tuesday'ovonini  cordially invited to attend.  J. A. 1'aquettc, K. of R. & S,  streets, every  ilghtH  F.J. Bradley, C. C.;  NI0LSON_L._O. L., No.J692, meets^inLJ). O. F._^  ��1311, cornor Baker andTvootenay sti^ota,  1st and 3rd Friday of each  month.   Visiting  brothorn cordially invitod.   R, Robinson, W. M.  W, Crawford, Recording-Secretary.  SHERIFF'S SALE.  Province ot British Columbia, Nelson, In Wes  Kootajiiay, to wit:  By virtue of a writ ot flerl-facias, issued out of  tlie Supreme Court of ilrltlth Columbia, at tho  suit of tho Bank of Montreal, nlaiutiirs, and to  me directed, against the goods and chat  luls of tho Two Friends Mine, Limited  Liability, defcndanl.a, 1 have seized nnd  taken in execution all the right, title and interest  of the said defendants. Two Friends Mino Limited Liability, in the mineral claim known as  and called "Two Friends,"situated on tho divide  between Lemon and Springer creeks, on theeisl  slope of Lemon creek, located on the 31st dny of  July, A. 1). IB!).'), and recorded in tho olllco or Iho  mining recorder for tlio Slocan Cliy Mining Division of the Wctd. Ivootxnay District, ou the 10th  day of August, A. 1). 1895; and also all tho light  lav or  Itlo ai  ml interest of llio said defendants, Tw o  I'rloiids Mino, Limited Liability, in sixty (00) tons  of oro, more or less, mined from the mineral  clnlm '-Two Frlonds," and now upon tho pro  ptsrty: To recover tlio sum of two thousand and  ulghty-nino dollars and cighty-llvo cents ($J,08!>.  .85) togother with interest on two thousand and  eighty-six dollars and thirly.flvo cents ($20St).l_)  at six por centum por milium, from the 2(ith day  of September, 1000. until payment, besldos shcr  Ill's poundage, olllcer's fees, and all other legal  Incidental expenses: All of which 1 shall cxposo  for sale, or sudlcient thereof to satisfy said judgment, debt, and costs, at the front of my oihro  next ro the court houso, in the city of Nelson, B.  C, on Friday tho 2<;th dny of October, A. ��.. I'KIO  aL the hour of eleven o'olock in the forenoon.  No'i'K.���Intenaing purchasers will satisfy them  selves as to interest and title of the said defea  danls.  Dated at Slocan City tho 12th day of October  '1900.  S. P. TUCK-ShoritTnt South Kootenay-  Tho above ealo Is postponed until Monday, tha  23th day ot Novembor, 1900, at tho same placa  and hour. S. P. TUCK,  SherilTof South Kootenay.  Tho above sale is   further   postponed   until  Friday the -.l?t day ot  December, 19C0, at tho .  some place and hour,  S. P. TUCK  Bh^rlfTof South Kootenay.  Tho above  ealo  Is   further j-ostpoiied  until  Wednesday, the 23rd day of January, 1901, at  t'.ie buine place nnd hour.  S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  MUSIC.  Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate In vocal and instrumental music. Is now prepared to rcceivo  pupils for instruction in' voice culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A. Macdonald bui]din_. corner Josephine a*ut  Vernon street.  r THE TRIBUTE:  NELSON, B. C, SATURDAY  DECEMBER 22  1900  FUMES  ALL  THE IATEST ODORS, IN THE  BEST IRENCH AND ENGLISH MAKES  They Make  Handsome  Presents.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA   BLOCK,   NELSON  .. Fit=Reform Clothing...  LEADS  IN   PUBLIC  FAVOR.  Keep this in mind when buying your Winter Suit.   We  are now carrying a complete stock of Fit-Reform makes    .  and can ensure satisfaction.   See our magnificent lines  of fancy vests.   The very  latest in  style and  pattern.     :  The Nelson Glothing House  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that in virtue?.ofJ the Act of :  the Dominion  Parliament, 63 and  64 Victoria, Chapter  103 and Chapter 104, ihe name of  THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX  will be changed to  ftbelRo^al 3m\h of Canada  from and after  the Second day of January, 1901.*  Halifax, 1st November, 1900.  E.  L.  PEASE,  General Manager.  217 AND 219 BAKER STREET. NELSON.  STOVES!       STOVES!  We are sole agents for the celebrated  COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS  Will burn anything.   Results unequalled  in any line of heaters.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  *.. t  .i  _'' *"  _'.���  HOLLY  MISTLETOE  I** ���*  I'*  h*  k  hi  w  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  CUT GLASS ... ..  The largest and best assorted  stock of Genuine Cut Glass ever  brought into Nelson. Another  lot of Fancy ChinS just opened  up.  WM.  HUNTER &   CO.  Grocereries, Croekony.  NELSON.  %  CHINA  CHINA  to  to  to  to  M  **���*-���;?  &*    $m-mmmi  WINTER CLOTHING  ...  -at Great Discount Prices  OVERCOATS offered  at from 10 to 25% Discount.  NOBBY WINTER  SUITS, All-Wool  and  Serges, at  from 10 to 25% Discount.  Always willing to show Goods.   Mo trouble.   Every Garment Guaranteed.  TH^Or^M^DSONy^Baker^Streetr  xzxi_xxz_x_xxxxxxx_xxxiixxxixxxxxx_D-_x_xx___a:xix_xi -_x_f  Have you Seen our  Stock of .... .  We have prepared for  the coming holidays in  Opera,. Everet, Romeo,  Juliet, in black and tan  colors. We invite you  to call and see them.  NEELANDS SHOE CO.  Baker Street.  _X_XXl__T___nXZIK_TX_I_Z_I_aXXl__XXZ_lTXIIIXXIXXXIXXXI,  Christie's  Plum  Puddings  HAVE NO EQUAL.  H-w johnXIrving & CO.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Born, in Nelson, on Friday, December 21st, to the wife of W. 0.  McLean a son.  The supreme court sittings for  Nelson have been postponed from  February 4th to the 0th.  Chief of police Jarvis has gone  over to Rossland to bring back a  man charged, with thieving.  Kaker street, between the Sherbrooke house and the bridge across  Cottonwood-Smith creek, is to be  planked.  The meeting called to form a  Scotch literary society last night  did not materialize because of lack  of interest.  The fire brigade was called out  last night for a chimney fire at the  Nelson club, Silica street. No damage was "done. ,  The funeral of Mrs. Thomas Lus-  comb will take place this morning  from D. McArthur & Co.'s undertaking parlors.  Arthur Gilker will be six years  old tomorrow, and today he will  entertain his young friends at the  residence of his parents.  This morning W. G. Browne will  open The Palm confectionery store  and hinch parlors in the K.-W.-C.  block oh "Ward street.  Rev. Dr. Wright of Portage la  Prairie, will occupy the pulpit of  St. Paul's Presbyterian church on  Sunday, the 30th instant.  The nursing staff at the general  hospital took up its quarters yes-  terday in the.residence opposite the  hospital recently vacated by A. T.  Noxon.  The smoking concert at the opera  house on Thursday night by local  workingmen in aid of a comrade  who is seriously ill, realized the  handsome total of .$100.  The cantata at the Baptist church  last night was presented to a  crowded house. The participants  were well trained and the entertainment was most enjoyable. A.  L. Lester took tlie role of Santa  Clans.  G. A. Stewart Potts, official  stenographer, returned yesterday  from Rossland where the supreme  court sittings have just concluded.  During the sittings" sixty-two  actions and matters were disposed  of. ' Mr. justice Walkem returns to  the coast Monday.  ==_William==Muller,=_who==*.vas=shot=  here in October last, is in a precarious condition at the hospital.  He has1.developed an aueurism of  the thermal artery, but will probably make an effort to reach his  home in Ontario to undergo an  operation.  The plant of the defunct Ross-  laud Record is arriving in Nelson,  but it is not to be used in the publication of a new evening paper. It  is being used in printing the organ  of the knockers and backbiters and  dead beats and lightweight iaoli-  ticians. ,  Thomas Lennox, the unfortunate  farmer who'.with his djmghter and  daughter-in-law was killed at Baiue,  Ontario, on Thursday, was not a  relative of G. L. Lennox of this  city, as several citizens supposed  through the similarity of the names  arid the locality of the accident.  , More political discussions can be  lieard in Mathesou & Graham's  barber shop than in any other place  of business in the city. Yesterday  afternoon a well-known business  mail who is supporting alderman  McKillop for mayor, is reported as  saying: "Well, if McKillop had  the support behind him that Fletcher has he would be elected hands  down."  The mudslides on the Crow's Nest  road are interfering seriously witli  traffic. The eastbound train leaving  Kootenay Landing on Thursday  morning is not likely to get through  until today and several passengers  turned round aud came back by  the steamer. The train left the  track after being compelled to give  up the attempt to make Moyie.  PUBLIC SCHOOLS VACATION  '.:���  The KolT of Honor.  The public schools closed for the  Christmas holidays yesterday afternoon and teachers and pupils  will en joy a vacation until January  7. A number of the teachers were  presented with handsome gifts as  evidence of the esteem in -which  they are held by their respective  classes.  The results of the mid-winter examinations have,been made known  and(_appended will be found a list of  the pupils who have succeeded iu  qualifying for higher grades. The  successful candidates for entrance  honors will not be made known for  some days yet as the papers.are  now being marked' at Victoria,  the following list the names  averaged alphabetically, .and  order has no reference to the standing of'the pupils :  DIVISION VII���MRS.  I'EAUCEV, TKACHEK.  Juuior First Piimer to Senior First Primer  Beatrice Fonnell       .     Lilian Hindo  Helen Moore - S<*ca Hansen  William Clarke Louis Frederick  Allan Bell Willium Langliton  William Gunn * Julius Friedman  Alvin Davi-rn  Highest Standing���Lilian Hiiule.  DIVISION' VI���MISS WICKHAM, TKACHEK.  Senior First Primer lo Second Primer:  In  are  the  Georgie Barry  Clara Christens-on  John Darrough  Nolie Frederick ,  Lily Hodge  Chrinena McKuy  May Mc Vicar  Lottie Nngorsen  Charles IVaveey  Highest Standing  *7     DIVISION* VI���MISSJM'/.IOOl),  Second Primer to First Readf r  Alice Chandler  Donnie Currie  Mary Durrough  Gladman lie.mo  Flossie Johnstone  Krnest MaihbWs  A' thur Miller  (Jnlvin Paint' r  " Wa'ttr Soi.ley  Nolle Frederick.  TEACHER.  Charles' SwanneM  Youla MacKay  William Bailey  .les-tle Cullum  Bonnie Douglas  Ausiiri Elliott  .a*sahel Gray  Alary Muslouka  Clarence Maultby  Fred Millar  Stewart Newitt  William Riley  Ml.n Sloan   "  Gracio Smith  Myrtle Traves  Lottie Amiable  Florence Bedbiiry  Laura Cro*��-ett  Susie Clarke  Lctta finiu-tn  Kdith Mauson  Gwedoline Moore  James McCandii-ih  Mabel Nagorsen  Jennie ltichardson  Mary Rut lit-rford  Gladys Salter  Highest Standing���Susie Clarke.  First Reader lo Junior Second Reader:  Clara Clunas Marjory Cummins  Charles Connor     '��� ���..<��� Ralph Kllis  Evelyn Ewart - Kenneth Kairweather  Roy Gill Florence Greig  Ernest. Shvw - Pauline Tosca  Highest Standing���Ralph Mils.  ,���.-.������ PIVISJO.V IV���AIISB  RATH, TEACH HR.  Junior Second to Senior Second :  John Bell ������ Annie Christensen  Jennie Currie Harold Kllis  Fred Kriioi-y Pauline Gebei'-l"  Mabel Kuudson       *"��� T'Or-iha-Manliart- ���>  -   ��� ���  Nora Patterson William Patterson  Highest Standing���John Hell.  ��� Senior Second to Senior Third:  Raymond Bard              1 hyllis Cnmmins  EUu. Fa-wcett                  Aggie Patterson  Jessio Patterson  ���-HigheslrSta,ndiiig=Raymond"Bard;   DIVISION III���MH. CLARK, TKACHKR.  Junior Thjrd to Senior Third;  Harrison Man hart Reuben McCancUlsh  ��� Christina Moliay Kenneth Weir  Highest Standing���Ron ben McCandlish.  Senior Third to Junior "Fourth:  Gcorgo Bailey Winnie Cross  Jessie llipperson Trent Holmes  Lloyd Jackson r,   Irnia MacKay  David McAlmon James McGregor  Pearl McGVcgor -  Highest Sianding���Minnie Cross.  DIVISION II-M1SS SCANI.O.V, T-ACJIKIt. -  Junior Fourth to Senior Fourth :  Violet Burney \   Helen MacDonald  Ida llammelmeyor �� "William Swunuell  Ernest S-colo  Highest SUndiiig���Tda Raminelmcycr.  Senior fourth to Junior.Fifth:  Pearl McAlmon Kato McCai thy  Fro-l Perry , t   Highest Standing���Fred PoiTy.  Junior Fifth to Senior Kifth:  Ivy Johnstone       , a   Alice McBeath  Douglas P.-Uit        "ff;*  Highest Slanding-'Jlvy Johnstone.  PERSONAL.  A. Hodgins of Cranbrook  is  at  the'Qucen's hutel-  A. L. Long of Rossland is registered at the Hotel Phair.  D.   M-Vicar   of   Whitewater  is  registered at the Madden House.  P. J. Russell  expects  to  take  a  trip to Calilbi-hid the coming week.  John Toye has gone to Winnipeg  .for a holiday visit.' He will be back in time to  vote. ���  A. Mainwaring Johnson left yesterday to spend the Christmas holidays at the  coast.  Rev.  J.  Henry George, D.D.  of  Montreal, is a gucsf. at tho Hotel Hume during  his May in the city.  : George   W.    Taylor,    who   left  Nelson a couple of months ago to spend, the  winter in lhe oast, ft* now in Paris, France.:  Mr. and Mrs.  George W. Gray,  accampanied by Miss May Gray, lcavo tonight  for is'ew Westminster, where they will spend the  holidays.  S. S. Taylor, Q. C, was in  Kaslo  on Thursday, returning jesterday.    The town  yulw.i   by ruin stoi ins of unprecedented  severity   which   washed  causing aomj damage.  out   sidewalk:),   etc,  ���*__������?'  HI.   _B"^"_EI_E?,S   cte   OO.  _sr_i!__iSO*isr  _r_fiLSi_o  sJ^._sr__*o_sr  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for t\\e Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  .  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  Store, Corner linker and, Josephine SI rro  TELEPHONE 27  The Palm..  This handsome Confectionery Store and Lunch  Parlor will be open on  .SATURDAY, D_Cr22  The best stock of Confections in Nelson.  Everything Fresh.  W. G. BROWNE  K-W-C Block  Ward Street  It Counts in Results  ^^^____3___3  CMecaS  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  Wice Sweet Butter  Good Fresh Eggs  are our specialties. They ensure a delightful freshness in  all you cook, and attractive  daintiness when it is served  on your table.  ���m  Ladies..  In purchasing presents  for gentlemen, do not  throw mone*/ away on  useless neckties. A pipe  is the safest present,  and in pipes we carry  . the largest and best  stock in Nelson. Here  are some  of  our best  Case Pipes..  G. B. D. SPECIALS  L. <& CO.  B. B. B.  cPETERSONS  )ii*****.*.i$i  THE   CABINET  Baker St. CIGAR STORE  G. B. MATTHEW.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10 amh 185 Baker Street  m  to  to  to  to  to  f'c=i'^i'��5'(_? ,  ssai  CHINA r|ALL  A Multitude of ~  ...  SENSIBLE GIFTS ...  Nothing is better appreciated as a  holiday gift than some neat article of  Crockery or China, or somo choice  piece of Olnssware for Ihe dining-  - table.���It-is-nl ways in-userarida"eon~  sl-inl reminder of the donor's thought-  fulness. See onr stock of house furnishings, just opened.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Prices Cut in Two .  ������4##* ���  See Our Windows for Bargains in  Tailor-Made Suits  Ladies' Jackets, and  Fancy Colored Dress Goods  ������  to  to  to  M  -.���!���  Martin O'Reilly & Co.  HOUSTON  BLOCK,  NELSON.  "^*<Z?.(Z?���C2*_-4���_-*���_*' "* .Vi*_^-__^-~_!_Si-___&*__5Sfe-��*.___-,  =_ ������%__��� ���Cs��rs*^5C,,5*��'^ ���g*t*-g*^y��^y��,__?��__'7�� jy  i*__t.  M  McFarland & Brockman  First Door West of G. P. \\. Offices  BAKER STREET.  WATCH HIM GET UP ..  Do You Know ?  You have only' today and Monday to  buy Christmas presents, and that T.  H. Brown's is the best place to buy  them. Get a move on. Don't sit around  kicking the heels off your boots till  -Monday-nightr^He-maybe busythen"*-  Hows his'to get down to Patenaude  Bros, early, before the rush, to make  hia selection of Christinas pre'sents. He  has just awakened to the fact that we  have only one price marked on all our  goods, and.that the lowest in town.  .   X���   FREE  ENGRAVING*.  PATENAUDE BROS.  Watchmakers and  ~ Manufacturing Je .ve.'e.-s.  NELSON.  and the article, you wanted may be sold  to your best friend.,  NO ONE  IS GIVING   BETTER VALUES  THAN  WE ARE.  If Brown  said so, It's Right.  T, Ho BaROWIS  Jeweler  178 Baker Street. NELSON, B. C.  When You See a Good Thing ...  GO FOR IT  We have Rood things to dispose of and want  you to come for them. -  CANDIES FOR CHRISTMAS  Ganong'ti Chocolates are superb.   Put up in such pretty boxes.  Lowney's Famous Bon-Bons and Chocolates.   These come in beautiful boxes.  Rowntree'n Celebrated Chocolates also upon our counters In nttraciiye form.  What better Christmas ..present than a large box of these candies,  FOR THi"CHILDRBN  Wc have all sorts of Fancy and Plain Candies.   Too many to tell about, you mnst see them.  The prices are ridiculously low.  See our Endless Assortment of Christmas Tree Ornaments before getting your tree.  A small quantity will make your tree a thing of beauty.  ���  FRENCH CEYSTALIZED FRUIT.       TOM SMITH CRACKERS-  J. A. MACDONALD  Palace Confectionery  Madden Block, Ward Street. Telephone 206  it  u  .�����;

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