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Array ' *. v~ry*j -;..-;-��.  I  DAILY EDITION   BY MAjJL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEArT  WEEKLV ��SI?ION BY MAtL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  *       Cf.-a*  "5.  *~-8  NItfTH YEAR.  NELSOK: FEIDAY MORNING DECEMBER 28 1900  PRICE FIVE CENTS  MINIM INTERESTS OF NEW DENVER  The  Coming  Year  Promises   Well   For   That  Section  of the  Slocan  Country.  STRIKE ON THE ROTH-IRON HORSE ENTERS THE RAGE  The mining men from the  Denver camp are disposed to  forward to the new year  equanimity in anticipation  lively season. A number of  erties ou which work lias  carried   on   during   the year  ,-%���  New  look  with  of a  prop-  been  just  closing will  ship  ore and  a camp  whicli is producing ore cannot fail  to  progress particularly when the  quality is as high grade as the dry  and   galena   ores   from   the   New  Denver  district.     It  is  even  said  that work may be recommenced on  the Mountain Chief, a   move which  would go far .toward  contributing  to the prosperity of the camp.   The  Chief is the pioneer property in the  New Denver camp and its  history  is familiar to every mining man  in  the Kootenays.    For the benefit of  geueral readers  it iriay be  stated  that theproperty is located a' mile  and a half east of New  Denver on  the Three Forks road.     11 is owned  by George Hughes of   Sandon  and  A. W. McKeowu  of Salt Lake.    In  1804. a   largo  amount of ore  was  taken out of the Chief,  packed on  horses   to   Three  Forks and then  hauled to Kaslo for shipment to the  smelters.    The quality  of  the  ore  cau be estimated from the fact (hat  the  shipment  netted  a  handsome  a, return- after  paying  the  compar-  *' atively   enormous   cost  of    transportation and treatment.     Two or  three years ago the mine was shut  down  aud  has   not   been  worked  since.       The  recommencement, of  shipping would "give the section  a  decided boom.  Work will be commeneed-shortly  ou the Mollio Hughes group, located  a mile west of the town. - The property compriseslive crown granted  claims, two fractions  and  one full  clahriadded since the balance were  crown' granted.    Tlie   owners   are  Harry, Sheran,  II.   Cleaver  and  T.  Avisou of New Denver and George  H. Crawford of Spokane.  A section  of   the   group   consisting   of   the  Pinto claim and JJinto fraction is  under  lease  to Tuuks   ��fc   Avison.  The lessees have a  small  shipment  of ore from  the  property at  the  Hall Mine3 smelter afc  the  present  -time.    The ore is a  high grade dry  product, and  it  is estimated that  the test shipment will average  100  ounces of silver aud ,$($ in gold. The  owners of the group have  shipped  altogether  (52  tons   of   clean .oro,  which netted the neat sum of .$3000.  "Some~$ 10'000iias"been_exp"eude"d-o!f  the Mollie   Hughes  from  time to  time, and   the   owners   will start  work again at an early date.  The well-known Hartney property, three miles southeast of the  town, is ready to ship and it is expected that the management will  move the ore down the hill when  -sufficient snow falls to render this  possible. About 1000 sacks of ore  are ready to ship and it is expected  the property when once started  will ship continuously. The Hartney is in a well advanced stage' of  .development.  Amps Thompson aud others own  a promising property located about  5000 feet above the Mollie Hughes  group. Last year they shipped  seven tons of ore which netted  them $700. The development this  year consists of 50 feet of cross-  cutting to tap the vein at a depth  of 150 feet. Another 50 feet should  bring the crosscut to the ore body  ���and if the quality is ��� as good as the  surface showing indicates the own-  era are likely to ship more ore during the comiug season.  '-���On the Home Run group of two  claims and a. fraction Morau <fc  Greenlee are working. The group  is located a mile and a half east of  New Denver, adjoining the Mountain Chief, aud is a galeua proposition. A crosscut is now in 100  feet toward the vein aud another  100 feet will reach the ore. The  property has an excellent surface  showing.  Reports are being circulated regarding the resumption of work on  the-Alpha property and also at the  Galeua Farm, rumor stating that a  strong syndicate will amalgamate  the   Galena  Farm   and  Noonday!  properties. It has been announced  that the management of the Marian  will recommence mining early in  January and these, with other  features, should contribute to a  prosperous season in the camp.  Iron Horse to Work,  Mark Manley of Sloean City, who  is one of the principals in the Iron  group on Ten-mile creek, states that  the company recently organized to  operate the property is rapidly  getting into shape and will start  work about the end of January. A  number of Pittsburg, Pennsylvania,  parties are interested ' in tho company, which is a strong corporation. The Iron Hoise adjoins-the  Enterprise mine", owned by the London & B.C. Goldfields, and is, an  excellent prospect. The showing  of clean ore on the surface -is en-  couraging>an"d the new^owners will  proceed to demonstrate the- merit  of the proposition.  Strike on the Ruth.  A report is to hand of an important strike on the Ruth mine at  Sandon. No. 5 tunnel broke into  a fine body of ore a day or two ��� before Christmas and wheu the property closed down over the holidays  the extent of the ore had not been  determined, but it is said to be over  two feet in width. The fact, if  confirmed,-will be of * special im-*  portance as it has been said of the  Slocan properties, aud the Ruth in  particular, that the values would  pinch out with depth. The theory  is disproved to a certain extent at  least by the reported strike on. the'  Ruth at the lowest level yet reached  on the property..  which foundered off Malaga harbor.  The boys who were saved from the  wreck are expected to arrive next  week at Wilhelnishaven and to go  aboard the ship.  Panama Canal Proposition,'  Paris, December 27.���The new  Panama Canal Company at its  meeting today adopted the report,  during the course of which the  directors, referring to the United  States' commissioners' report, said:  "We think that a reasonable agreement Avherein the United States  aud Colombian governments and  our company could be united is  realizable and might finally determine the proininence of the-United  States  in favor of Panama.  FIENDS  FOR  ATTENDANTS  INHUMAN  United States' Wheat Crop.  Washington, December 27.���The  statistician of the , department of  agriculture estimates the United  States wheat crop of 1900 at  522,229,505 bushels, the area actually harvested being 42,4951385  acres, an average per acre of 12.9  bushel*?. The production of winter  wheat is estimated at 350,025,400  bushels and that of spring wheat at  172,204,090 bushels,"the" area actually harvested being 20,235.895  acres in the former case and 10,-  259,488 acres in the latter.  BELLEVUE  NURSES.  HOSPITAL  Because an Insane Patient Refused to  Eat They Beat and Kicked  __      Him to Death,'*- ,  MUST FIRST GATGH DEWET  BEFOBE KITCHENER'S EDICT WILL  HAVE   EFFECT.  TORONTO   STOCK   EXCHANGE.  THURSDAY'S   QUOTATIONS.  BTOOK.                                            A"ke<l.  Bid  11. U. Gold Wolds           ��  2'  Hlack Tall          12  !)  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Picquart Objects.  Paris, December 27.���Colonel  Picquart has written to M. Waldeck  Rosseau warmly protesting against  the inclusion of himself in the amnesty bill. He says he does not  wish to owe his reputation to such  a measure-and indignantly repudiates the rumors that compensation  will be offered to him now that he  has been amnestied. He declared  that, iu order to_ demonstrate the  falseness of such stories, he renounces his appeal to the state  council against the decree placing  him in the red list, thus disposing  of the accusation that he is seeking  advancement of decorations.  Germany's Naval Progress.  Berlin, December 27.���The Berliner Post, summarizing Germany's  naval progress this year, 9ays that  seven vessels have been launched,  including two battleships, one  large cruiser and four small cruisers. The paper also calls attention  to the "unprecedented activity in  the,building of warships," six of  which are now in process of construction, including four battleships, one large cruiser   and   one  gunboat.     A   schoolship   will   be      -fitted out to replace the Gneisau, I saved  London, December 27. ��� The  latest dispatches from South Africa  show that lord Kitchener has succeeded in holding the invading  Boers in check. But he lias not  yet" been successful in expelling  them "from Capo" Colony, as small  commandos "continue * to - display  activity over the country. It is  questionable whether his proclamation will have any effect until geueral Dewet has been captured. .The  Boers are like'y to regard it as a  sign of weakness and they have a  wholesome dread of Dewet's vengeance   if   they   surrender.  Queen Victoria, it is said, has approved the proposal to institute a  new order of knighthood to reward  officers who have served in South  Africa.- The order will probably be  called the Star of Africa.  A dispatch from Vreiburg, dated  'December 27th, says the Boers in  considerable numbers were making  an ��� unexpected effort . westward.  They had one hundred and fifty  wagons. The dispatch suggests  that they were treking to Damara-  laud, although the Boers themselves  "den iMTmclraiTi ntentiori^  Ngwcastu!, Natal, December 27.  ���The Boers celebrated Christmas  day in this district between Stau-  derton and Ingogo by more or less  determined attacks upon every  British garrison along the lines of  communication. These were, however, in all cases successfully repulsed. At Utrecht the Boer commandant sent iii a demand for  whifrky, cigars and -- Christmas  luxuries.failing which he threatened  the town. His demand was ignored  and he attacked Utrecht in strong  force Christmas morning. They  were repulsed with loss, the British  loss being slight. '  Not to Eo Invited.  Washington,-December 2S.-~No-  thing is known at the White House  concerning the story cabled from  London to the effect that the New  York Yacht Club would invite emperor William of Germany and the  prince of Wales to witness the  yacht races for the American cup  next summer and that president  McKinley would write concurrently  to the kaiser and princo of Wales  inviting them to visit the. United  States. At the White House it is  stated that nothing of the kind is  contemplated.  Serious London Fire.  London, December 27.��� Oue of  the most serious fires which have  occurred in* the east of Loudon  during the last ten years broke out  today at the East India docks. Five  immense sheds filled with goods,  including 1000 bales of hemp and a  quantity of jute, were consumed.  Buildings iu the neighborhood were'  -New York, December 27.���The  inquest into the death of Louis H.  Hilliard in theiusane pavilion of  Bellevue Hospital ��� on December  12bh was . begun today before  coroner Fitzpatrick. Three nurses  from the Mill training school who  who were on duty at the time in  the pavilion are accused of causing  his death.  Thomas J. Minner, a newspaper  reporter, "saj'she was in the Bellevue insane yard when Hilliard was  taken there. When the mau arrived, Dean cried out, "Hurrah,  here comes another, bum." The  witness described Hilliard's refusing  to eat and-said that Dean said, 'Til'  make you eat," and then grappled  Hilliard by the throat and threw  him to the floor aud held him there  until he" was . black--iu-. the face,  kneeling on liis chest, while Marshall  and*\Donnelly.:. helped to, hold him.  Hilliard was'again told to eat aud  declared he < would , riot' and ' the  three hit and kicked ��� him. -' Then  they dragged Hillard. head flrst  into the .bathroom.' \They*took his  clothes off,vgave him a shower bath  and hit him in>the stomach. Deau  cried, '���I'll fix*, you; you think you  cando as you please." Then they  took Hilliard into.his room. Next  morning Hilliard" -was feeble - and  seemed to be in pain, his head was  covered with bruises and there were  blue marks on-his throat.- Minner  explained that Davis had said to  him that "If. .any ".of you say anything of w.lmtVgoes, ori here we'll  -fix yoii. "We h'rive the power of.life,  and death hero.'-'  Witness said that at supper on  Wednesday oue of the nurses asked  Ililliai'l if he- would "eat. He  said he was not. Marshall and  Dean then caught him and: he was  kicked all about, - Dean and Marshall holding him while Davis  kicked him about the legs and  thighs and even about the body.  Then they got a sheet and rolled it  up and putting it around Jlilliard's  neck twisted it tighter and .'tighter.  They took him into the bathroom  aud turned on the water without  taking off his clothes. They  drenched.his head first and put him  down on the floor. The witness  heard Davis say, "Dean, come here;  I think he is dying." Minner denied  that Hilliard'-was over ��� violent or  mado an  effort to use violence to-  _ward_the__nu rses. J.__Donli n ,_cor^  oner's physician, who made the  autopsy on the body of Hilliard,  testified as to the condition in which  he found the body���an abrasion in  the right elbow, contusions in- the  loins and side and shoulder and on  the head and all along the left leg.  He said that three ribs were broken,  the lungs congested, thehycid bone  broken and that the trachea showed  internal hemorrhages. Death, he  said, had been caused by asphyxiation aud by fracture of the ribs.  The inquest adjourned till tomorrow.  lepers on board to the Philippines  as a present to be cared for by the  Catholic priests. Thus the seed  was planted, and as no practical  methods, were adopted to eradicate  the"disease or prevent its spread, it  has taken firm root. A house-to-  house inspection begun last January found more than 100 lepers  concea'iled-in dwellings. These were  sent to San Lazaro hospital in Manila, but -many others escaped into  the surrounding country. A commission is now engaged in the work  of selecting a suitable island for  the purpose of isolating all the  lepers in the archipelago.  Perished With Her Children.  Dubois, December 27.���In the  little -village of Segel, ten miles  from Brockville, this morning the  house of J. Ii. Ritchie was burned  and " Mrs. Ritchie was, with her  little ^daughter, a child of three  years of age, lost iu the flames. She  ran upstairs to where her children  were sleeping and carrying her  three months' old baby in hei\_arms  threw it from the win low. It" sustained no injuries. * She then directed her attention to tho two  little daughters; who-wero overcome by the fire arid smoke, and  perished with them.  STILL AFTER THE BOXERS  HAPPENINGS AT THE ANTIPODES  ________________ *>���  Steamer  Miowera Brings a Batch of News From  the;  Samoan  Islands  and  Australia. ���      -^  _������!*���  GENERAL  PROVINCIAL  AND   DOMINION   NEWS   NOTES'  ���"**-*"  Sfr.  BRITISH     CAVALRY     SCOURING  THE   COUNTRY  Chinese   Authorities   Think   the  Emperor   Cannot, Accept   Terms  Offered by the Powers.  ���   ..Soon to Leave the Crimea.  St. Pbtbrshurg, December 27.���  Diplomatic circles here have been  informed that the czar will leave  the Crimea within a week, but will  not arrive here before the Russian  New Year, spending the intervening period with grand duke Sergius,  uncle of the czar, and governor of  Moscow, whose wife is a sister of  tho czarina.  A scaffolding is being erected for  the annual ceremony of blessing  the River Neva by the czar.  Leprosy in the Philippines.  Washington, December 27.���-Au  appended report to general Mac-  Arthur's review of the civil affairs  of the Philippine islands for the  past fiscal year gives rather startling facts regarding the introduction  and prevalence of leprosy in the  islands. According to the estimates  of the Franciscan fathers, says the  report, there are no less than 80,000  lepers in the archipelago, the major  portion of these being in the Vis-  cayas. Leprosy was introduced in  1(533, when the emperor* of  Japan   sent    a   ship    with     150  Pekin, December 27.���The British  have increased their garrison at  Yang Tsun by 100 men, with horses  and three guns. A flying column  of IG00 cavalry will scour the  country between Tien Tsin and  Yang Tsun. Colonel Tullock's regiment -will' return"' to .destroy: the  towns he recently held. This is  owing to the fact that it has  been  discovered that a number of Boxers  unquestionably made them headquarters. The British authorities  say they do not expect serious opposition from tho Boxers, mainly  because tbey lack arms. Fortunately the Chinese are afraid to trust  them with arm*?. A detachment of  the Sixth United SLates cavalry,  the Ninth infantry and Ninth  artillery will arrive tomorrow to  investigate the reported burning of  Christians by Boxers as reported  by Rev. Mr. Kellar, the Presbyterian minister. The expedition  will be accompanied by lieutenant-  colonel T. J. .Vint, of the Sixth  cavalry." t  Tibn Tsin, December 27.���A force  of   1100 British  troops   with  two  TiFTd  guns and a Maxim-have gone to  Yan Tsu to attack the Boxers there  and protect the railway. The  Germans and Japs are clearing the  place of pirates.  Peace Terms Unsatisfactory.  SiiANCi-ILu, December 27.���The  Chinese papers heie object to the  proposed peace terms. The Universal Gazette considers that the  princes and officials who are to be  punished should be named. It is  questionable whether Tung Fu  Hsiang is included among these  punishments, and as prince Tuan is  concerned, it is well known the  Chinese peace commissioners have  been instructed not to consent to  any punishment of any person of  royal blood exceeding imprisonment. Some of the native journals  hold that the presence of permanent  legation guards'will render the emperor's return impossible, because  these would be a menace to him.  Germany's Singular Action.  London, December 27.���The proclamation announcing the ^division  offerees around Pekin, Pao Ting  and Tien Tsin into districts placed  severally under the control of different military commanders has  been posted, according to a dispatch  to the Morning -Post from Pekin  December 20th, in the German district only. It recognizes the Chinese military aud civil governments,  but makes no reference to count  von Waldersee. The German action,  says the correspondent, is strange.  She was formerly so severe and now  recognizes Chinese authority. Tlie  largest districts, tho dispatch points  out, have been left to the British  and French troops.  Victoria, December 27.���The  royal mail steamer Miowera brings  news that the ship Ladore, while  waiting for a coal cargo at New  Castle, New South Wales, on December 1st, was caught in a storm,  and the wind striking lier on the  port quarter, she went over. Fortunately there was but fourteen  feet of water where she anchored  and her masts prevented her from  turning turtle. The crew, twelve  iu number, had a sensational escape  from death, many being just hauled  out of the water that was rising in  the vessel. It being impossible to  raise her, she will be a total loss.  From Queensland news ��� is - received that a prospector named P.  Killane had been killed and eaten  by blacks whom he engaged to  pack for him. He was missed, and  after some search his remains were  found by police, andfrom their disposition, whicli were much scattered, it was believed' the blacks  had killed and eaten him. , From  evidences which afterwards came  to light and which were proven he  had evidently made camp when  killed, having presumably made a  find iu the vicinity where he was  killed.  Gold is reported to havo been  found in Samoa near Apia and a  company has been formed there to  develop tho mines.  Matafa is growing restless and on  December 0th sent invitations  to  chiefs in the govornraent^bf Samoa  asking'them to meet him' at Tul-  inia.    The object of the  gathering  ���was not known.' ' "   '" '    '--*'*-��� �����������*  Governor Dilley and judge Burr  .after  a   tour   of   the   islands  left  Pago Pago for New Zealand on the  Aberenda.  The Miowera brought advices of  a raid on British possessions by tho.  Tugeri tribo from Dutch New  Guinea. A squadron of police met  the pirates from Tugeri at the  mouth of the river and a fight on  the water ensued, the police capturing or sinking five junks. No  prisoners were taken, but it is estimated that thirty were shot or  drowned. There were no casualties  among the government forces.  Afterwards the Tugeri- made another raid on tho Morthead river  villages, killing five persons. The  Tugeri tribe for years have given a  good deal of trouble. Six months  ago they concluded terms of peace  =with=Rritain-=a=most=elaboratecere=-=  mony being carried out on the  occasion of the vice regal visits to  the islands.  A Brutal Outrage.  Toronto, December 27.���Sadie  McKendrick, 15 years old, told the  police an extraordinary story of  outrage yesterday afternoon and  investigation proved the story true.  She,alleges that about 5 o'clock  Saturday afternoon, while engaged  in Christmas shopping, she was  sei/.ed by a man who gagged her  and put her into a cab just opposite the Confederation Life Insurance Company building in the  centre of the business part of the  city. She fought for her liberty,  but was chloroformed and remembers no more until she found herself wandering down Williams  street. Physicians who examined  the girl s.ay she had been the victim  of a brutal outrage.  '   ' ' "CsSV  Marie canal. The back of tlie newjx.  note contains a picture of the par-^r.  liamerit buildings.* ,  -���������r^.  -�����        .   yr-ijf��$  *    ."���      ^Canadian Diamonds. ^"-^^BM  _ Toronto,    December    27.^TiJ��0;  bureau of mines has received a Iefli*??  ter from M. E.  Frames, F. G.'a;\*6fif  Johannesburg, dated  November"14'jj|_  in which he confirms the surnaises'ff"'  'of:  re  of Mr. Blue, former director,, _..,HJ.  mines of Ontario, on the existence^*-?,  of diamonds in some parts of riortli'-;'^  eru Ontario.        ' "   ���'"-"'^"���X-^.  ,*��-  - Brother and Sister Drowned.'  Svdniov, Nova Scotia, December i^*  27.���Daniel McDonald, while;,cros8^|5  ing the Washabucket river -near,!*;  Haddock, on Christmas* day, .was^tf-  drowned. His sister_-A~rinie, ,observf'Ss  ing his fate, rushed into "the 1 wateriff  to rescue him and she met the sa'mey4lj  fate. * ' ' *;'',->���';-'!.  British Columbia Soldier Killed.?  Ottawa, December 27.���Ajcable^  from'- sir -Alfred Milner" announces^  that private W. H. IngfamTofVjf  Grand Prairie, .British .\ColumbiaJ?^  was killed and* corporal^C.^HAMc^  Donell of Kingston -.wounded."'!^tS>  Elocalan on December'22nd]'���-Both?5*5'  m  wei  cor  man  belonged to Strathcona's Horso.'r.X&ws  Charged With Complicity..y^"*|fe  Chatham, Ontario, De_pmber.27f|l  ���Two men, Browniug'aridBurke'tt^p  i*e arrested,'.here* .charged t-jWitlifS  nplicity in"the death of" aiVoltl^l  ... .in " named Kennedy, wh'b, .was'gl  drowned on Saturday- last. ^Ke��'^>  nedy, is supposed tohave'*'*^  "sandbagged and robbed' and  .dazed.condition.wandered iutptbft^  rotten ice of-, the riverTand  drowned.-'��� - - * '���  *  was/a  y ._  Roasted "a Child.        ' - "--^'-*!-f  '-./.Toronto, December 27.���Ernest^  ���Pettit was arrested "today charged ^  with an aggravated assault on;'- ��'*�����?*-  two-year-old son. In a fit of temper-^  it is alleged Pettit placed the iri-y*  fant on a hot stove, leaving himy  there until the skin came off'andvt{  adhered to the stove. , The child is V-  still suffering from  his  experience.y*i  To Be Made Chaplain.     ,  ''- '7-f  Toronto,   December   27. .---Rev.!y  father   O'Leary  is  in the "city  to*  attend the banquet  to' lieutenant-,  colonel  Otter  this  evening.    It  is  reported   that   an  effort  is  being  made to havo  father  O'Leary' appointed chaplain to  the  senate in J  place of the late dean Lander.  ?>d  Strathcona Knows Nothing of It.  Montreal, December 27.���The  Star's Loudon cable-says: "Lord  Strathcona knows nothing of* the  report that Strathcona's ' Horse  have offered to remain in South  Africa if required after the expiration of their period of service.  Will Reach a Million.  Toronto, December 27.���Rev. Dr.  Potts' report on the Methodist  twentieth century fund has reached  $040,000. Contributions aro still  coming in daily, so that the million  dollar mark will be reached.  Accidentally Shot.  Yarmouth, Nova Scotia, December 27.���John Higby was accidentally shot aud killed on Christmas  afternoon while duck shooting at  Bay View park. Goodet, his companion, who was kneeling down, attempted to hock his gun, but did  not draw the hammer far enough  back and the charge exploded,  lodging in Higby's right side, causing almost instant death.'  New Pour Dollar Bill.  Ottawa. December 27.���The department of finance is just about to  issue a new four dollar till, it  boars the portrait of loru Minto,  brigadier-general of volunteers, in  uniform, also of lady Minto, The  center bears a scene on  Sault Ste.  Revenue and Expenses,  Toronto, December '27.���For  eleven mouths, to November 30th,  the provincial revenue was .$3,000,-  000, and expenses .$300,000.  Croker's Doings.  London, December 27.���Richard  Croker, who  has  been  rusticating  for several   weeks in  Carlsbad and  Nice,   returned   to   Wantage   two  days- before  Christmas,   where  he  received a  summons  to appear on  January 2nd to   reply to  inquiries *  respecting his income in connection!  with   the   income   tax.      He   left  Wantage    yesterday,   presumably."  for the continent.    His house today  was absolutely closed "and  there is  no expectation of his return before  next week.  i  Mexican Bank Failure.  Mkxk'O Citv, December 27.���The  failure of the well known Bank of  Fraucisco Marriuez, Negrite & Sons  of Guadalajara, has created a sensation in this city, where it has for  many years been identified with its  business. '  u  E_B THE mfBOTl: .NELSCW B. 0 flfifDAfs  \l>  il/  to  l5:_a:-_:��:-_:-5'3'_*_C*'*fe*^  il/  il/  ti  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ti  Hi  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  6*      ������      ������  ti  ti  Hi  Hi  Hi  TO MAKE YOURSELF BELIEVE THAT       JJJ  THE WINTER IS OVER Hi  Hi  ti  Hi  ti  ti  Hi  il/  il/  \ii  You are wearing may have been good Hi  enough, for Fall, but we are foretelling \j>  cold weather for January, and advise Jg  you to come right in and make a swap ^  for something heavier. yfy  to'  We have snaps.and only want the chance (f\  to show them to you. to  Good, Neat, Natty Suits, from $8.00 to to  $17.00 , .*  to  to  to  # REDUCTIONS   OF   25% ALL DOWN  THE #\  * LINE. to  to f  fix to  j�� ********* ************i*�� jk  f Hudson's Bay Co. |  to TELEPHONE  13 ifi  to to  to ��� ?  to to  ���ft*. -_?  S3^_-5-3_5*I'3-5_f*f*fftt'*-'F'*-**-'6  ��Jte ��rtbwn^<  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.  miluumnix*-  3  From and after Oetober 1st, all  subscribers to the Daily Tribune  who are served by earrier will  be required to pay their subscriptions weekly to the carrier.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES.  Weekly, by carrier .      .      .  Monthly, by carrier     .  Three Months, by carrier  Six Months, by carrier  .  One Year, by carrier  ixxxi*  .$  86  1 00  2 60  5 00  10 00  -���T-m��miii!mi_n-r  Tins year Nelson has expended  '$72,000 received as revenue and  $76,000 received from the issue of  debentures, or a total of $HS,000,  over $100,000 of which was disbursed in wages for labor, nearly  every dollar so disbursed being  -spent-in-the-town. -  Tins   mayor   of   Nelson for 1901  should be backed up by a council  who will stand on the same platform   as   he himself stands.    If a  mayoralty candidate's platform is  good, then he should have a council  behind him  who will see that he  carries it out to the letter.   Candidate Fletcher has a good platform,  and if he should bo elected on it, he  should have the assistance of aldermen who will help him carry out  his,pledges.   There are men in the  present council  who would be no  more harmonious with Mr. Fletcher,  should  he  be elected mayor, than  they have been with mayor 1 [ous-  ton.     They   would   not   work   in  harmony with alderman McKillop,  even, were he elected-mayor.   Some  of the present aldermen do not care  to   seek re-election, and   some of  those  who  would  like   to   be   reelected would surely" be defeated  were they to offer themselves.  to the occasion? Will they take  advantage of their opportunity?  Give thepeople of Spokane oi* of  Vancouver the opportunity that .is  within the reachof the people of Nelson, and there would be but one  answer to the questions. The people  should elect a mayor and six aldermen who have nerve to reach' for  what is in sight; by doing so they  will make Nelsou second to no eity  in the province.  Austin Cokuin, who owns the  telegraph lino between Spokane  and Nelson, is receiving considerable deserved praise for his liberality to his employees. He has  distributed $2000 of this year's profits of his telegraph lines to the  boys who operated the lines. The  Tribune Association, Limited, of  Nelson   has gone Mr.  Corbin one  The people of Nelson have  the future of the city in their  own hands. They can make Nelson the chief eity of the province,  or they can let it remain in the  class that ifc is now in. Nelson can  be made the first city in the province by the expenditure of-less  than $150,000 in developing power  that is now going to waste in Kootenay river.   Are our people equal,  better. It has distributed all its  profits for the year 1900 among its  employees.   On February 12th last, the chairman of the finance committee submitted an estimate of the expected  receipts of the city for the year  1900. The total from all sources  was placed at $7*1,800. Yesterday  the books at the city office showed  that about $71,000 had been received. The following are tho principal accounts:  estate tax collections, and that they  are paid largely out of .general  revenue receipts. The figures; given  above also show that the i-evenue  of the city is almost entirely  derived from indirect taxation.  These figures should be studied by  the people of Nelson, for they have  great bearing on the town's future.  Nelson, in the four years it has  been incorporated, has practically  been run by revenue obtained by  indirect taxation. Is it in a better  position financially than towns of  the same size that are run largely  by direct taxation?  LUMBERING   IN  KOOTENAY  Extensive Interests and Large Output.  The lumbering industry in the  East Kootenay district is rapidly  assuming large proportions. The  firms operating in the district have  a- vast and constantly growing  market for their product in the  Northwest Territories, which are  taking all the lumber the Kootenay  mills can supply and asking for  larger supplies. The winter cut is  in full swing at the present time  and it will be more extensive by  hundreds of thousands of feet than  any previous yea-i* in the history of  the country.  .7. R. Martin, timber inspector for  East and West Kootenay, has returned from* a tour of duty along  the Crow's Nest road, and gives  some interesting'particulars of the  work now in progress. The center  of the industry is at Cranbrook, in-  the neighborhood of which several,  of the largest. concerns, are operating. It. Leach &-Co." of Cran-,  brook have established their camp  on colonel Baker's exempt land on  whicli no royalties can be levied.  They have a crew of 15 men, of  whom six are cutters. Up to date  750,000 feet of fiue pine and tamarac  has been cut and it is the firm's in--  tention to take out two million feet  by spring. The same firm is operating a small mill at .Palmer's Bar,  five miles west of Cranbrook, which  is now shut down for the present  after having cut 885,000 feet of  lumber since September last. ,  Robinson <fc MacKenzie of Cranbrook, are cutting ou preempted  land two and a half miles from the  town. They employ a crew of nineteen men, including six, cutters,  who have already taken out 200,000  feet of logs. The company figures  on a cut of 1,500,000 feet during  the winter.  Leask & Slater, also of Cranbrook,  have four cutters on Hyde Baker's  land two miles from the town.  They estimate-their winter cut at  750,000 feet.'  McDougall & Proctor of Fernie.  are operating on licensed timber  limits two miles west of Fernie, and  will work all winter and summer.  They contemplate cutting 5,000,000  feet in the year 1901.  The mammoth C. P. R. mill at  Fernie is being moved to the coast.  It was erected during the construction period to handle 100,000 feet  daily, butfthe'plant was not suitable to the class of lumber available in the interior, and the mill  was practically never operated.  Last spring a flood tackled the mill  Electric ltelit- rules.  Water rules   la'CCHHOS   I teal cstitto taxes....  Scavenger rate-*   Miscellaneous   Police court, IIiich. ..  Ho'id tax   Sewer rates    Actual  Receipts  ...51!),0:i3  ... 11,'ISI  .. 1-2,!)2I  ...    11,12:1  ..   4,'ra  .. 2,'tt'.!  . !i,228  .. l._!J0  .. I,i(i9  Estimated  Receipt*-  $20 Oof)  1-J.flGO  i:i.5f0  11,0*0  ;-,,.,00  :t,oi)o  i :m  .'���.ooo  l���.r*0  From the  above  that   the   finance  .pec-ted   to   receive  sources    of  real   estate  S7I 000  be seen  ?70,06.  ifc will  committee    ex-  $00,000    from  revenue    other   than  taxes,   and   that   the  actual receipts have been $60,133,  which goes to show thab the estimate was very close. The collection of real estate taxes cannot be  forced, and there is now over $7000  due the city from that source, and  about the same amount from all  other sources. These figures go to  show that the interest on debentures aud sinking fund payments  cannot actually be made from real  and one of the boilers was washed  down the river. A stock of 0,000,-  000 feet of logs was cut for the  mill, and the 4,000,000 remaining is  now being cut by A. D. McCrae of  Fernie. This big railroad mill and  the stock of logs was part of the  assets seized by the province last  summer for non-payment of timber  royalties.  The smaller mills are also busy.  The Moyie mill will cut 1,000,000  feet on Moyie lake and tho S. W.  Flowers plant at Michel, recently  transferred to other parties, cut  110,000 l'eob since September,  llreekenridge &Lund have takena  contract to supply the C. P. 11. with  2,200,000 ties, which will bo taken  out under hand loggers licenses  and on preemptions.  It is probable that a number of  new mills will be started within  the next few months. McNab afc  Ryan of Cranbrook are expected to  put in a plant at .affray, the second  station this side of Fernie, with a  capacity of 15,000 to 20,000 feet per  day. S. H. Mott has a plant lying  at Hosmer, which will probably be  set; up aiid operated there during  the yeai*.  Recently a demand has arisen*in  the Territories for posts and several  hundred cords have been shipped  within the last tew months afc a  rate of li cents per foofc. This  would seem to indicate that the era  of fences on the prairies has commenced.    Completely Restored  St.-Petersburg, December 27.���  The czar is now almost completely  restored and will soon leave' for  St. Petersburg.  -^f*'-00*:  ^n-^-y^iry^fT-T^isi  ~T��3ii^_'Z'_�� v_t'_'^2i'"^?��?F_ tg-^HTl^  ��� _* .^&< && ���&.*��� _* .^&��� i__ ��� &_.  ��� _*** _y*-��  Ttt.  to  to  to  to  to  to  ���' ***-)j  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  We wish  all out Patrons  A Bright and Prosperous  New Year.  FRED IRVINE <��  CO.  *&' r  _.  tot  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  k%^^"^__L* ____L " *______'* *-____L * ^^ %__W___\ * ^^ *____? * ______ ���_____/��� -____?���"*���___?���* _____r"a^^^ ��� _Wz**^^^ ��� 1_\_W * ���^5___t' * ^-S^* ^J***^-*-^***^*'^*******-^ ���__!____'*.^___< ���______^ ��� _____K * ���^���*^�� ^���H*^ * ^���^���-^My ���_______ ���J_____S *______*> ^^^���^tw  ^"t * ^^    *   >^^" * ^���**^l    *   *^*B^    * ^^t    *   ^B^'   * ^^    *   ^*^^    " ^i^     *" ^"^    " ^aaaaaaK    *   ^^^ "** W_    ���   ^^^   ��� <^^    *   <*4_k     ��� ���    ^gj    ���    _^_^ ���    _f^   *   _^g0 ���    _M^   *   _^00 ���    _^_^   ���   _00 ���    _*_^   *    A*g0 *    _*^   *  _0_f *     __T_tf   *   ^_%t^ *    _M^   *   ____^   * _^^  :.��m  321 to 331 Baker Streot, Nekon"  American ar-d European Plan**.  MEALS   25    CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY BLKCTRICIXTT  AND HEATKD BY STKAM  25 CENTS TO 91  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKKR STREET. KELSO-*".  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large coinfortablo bedrooms and - Urst-olaae  dining-room. Sample room*) tot commercial men.  -    RATES $2 PER DAY  P. Burns & Go.  Head Office at  NELSON, B.  0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  IV|rs. E. G. GlarKe, Prop.  LATE OF THE ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY  W|adden House  Baker and Ward  St-reete, Nelson  The onlj. hotel In Nolson that haa remained  ander one management since 1890.  The bed-rooms are woll furnlahed.and lighted  by eleotrlolty. i  Tho bar is-,always stooked by the beet dom a-  blo and.imported liquors and olgars,        THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H.McMANUS, Manager.  Bar stooked with best brands of wlnos, liquors,  and Cigars,  Beer: on draught. * Large oomfort-  aliln rnomn.   Klratva*l-uia tnbln .hntvd.  Markets at   Nelson, < Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon, . Silverton, Net*  Denver,_Revel8toko,.Ferguson Grand Forks; Greenwood,-Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  -Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KENUa OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  .   WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson.  ownwRB nv mail RvwiWii'i-Tn riARWH'nra Awn pwowpt *TT*sivT*Tnv  ROSSUAND   BIVQIINBBRirva   WORKS  cunliffe & McMillan  Founders-and-Machinists,,Specialty of Ore Cars, Ore-Bin Doors and Ceneral Mining Haohlnery.  List of second-hand-machinery-on-hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and is as good  as new:  1 2S-H. P. Locomotive-typn hoiler.-with ensine attar.hod and all fittings, ready to turn on steam.  1 (jj"x8". Double-Cylinder Frictlou Drain-Hoist, built by Ingersoll (Jo.  1 Sinking Pump, No 5 Cameron. New York.  -1 SinkiOat- Pump,- 10"x5"xl3",- outside packed plunder pattern.  .Watch this advorti-ement ror further-lists, or wnto us before you buy for complete list.   Wo  may"have just what you-want.  ...Agents for=Northcy Pumps. 'Stock carried.  P.  O.  Box 198. THIRD  AVENUE,  ROSSLAND.  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  OUR  -ARE  SSSUT .COSTS BUT ONE CENTIiKg^ilSs  To drop ub a post card that we may; call and. Rive estimates.  -Never  have any ;plumbing��� done until you: nave seen our  It- saves many: dollars,  goods and. our- prices.  ;OPP08ITB  D-iorrwrfii  tntn.  SlfRAGHAN BROTWEBS. ^lumb��i��8.  Aclt Your Grooer_  for Now  SWEET   CIDER  for Mince Fles.  CIDER VINEGAR  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  ST. LOUIS LAGER  To be had wholesale at Nelson.  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO  H.D.ASHCItOFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  W0RK--L-.  EXPERT H0R3ESH0EINC.  ��� Special aUeution given to jll kinds of repairing  aim custom wort from c.'sirtc points. Heavy  bolts made to order on shoi'notice.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBEW-R- AI-TD BCaTTLKHfl 09  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery tui lihn l/w-lo  Brewery ��t Nelson  '1  B. C. EXPRESS  and Transfer-Co.  Ilaggage and express moved to any part of the  city. Special attention given to heavy teaming.  Olllce with tho Nelson Wine Co., Baiter streot.  GEO. F. MOTION, Manager.  H.P.flitheti&Co.litd.  VICTORIA,  B. C.  A.  B.  GRAY, Baker  Street,   Nelson  ��� ������'.  -Kootenay Agent.  P. J.  v-Buyer.and: HJcporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prices  Prompt Returns  Fair Assortment  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTBES  Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  WHOLESALE TRADE  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THOItPK & CO., -IilMITED.-Corner Vornon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufactui-tii-s  of- and wholesale dealors in Derated waters uud  fruit syrups. Solo agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone (XI.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TKKTZEIa & CO.���Corner Bakor and  ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo deal  -ers in   assayers  supplies.   Agents for Do.nyaj  Fire Clav Co. of Denver, Colorado. ��.__.','  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. KVAN8 &. CO.���Baker stroot, Nelson  ��� wholesalo dealers in liquors, ��� olgars  cement, fire brick and Are clay, water pipe and  stoel rails, and general commission merchant-).  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTKNAY KLECTUIC SUPPLY & CON-  SI RUCTION COMPAN Y���Wholesale dealers in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, eto., Houston block. NelHon.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN-KBK MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shippod to all Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Cal-nu-y-  Edmonton It. II. Mills at Victoria, Now Westh  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  TAYLOR " FKED & PRODUCK CO.���Bakor  street, .Nelson (Goorgo F. Motion's old  stand), Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty.' Correspondence solicited.  Phone 26.   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO.-Baker  street,   Nolson,  ���   wholesale dealers in fresh and oured moats.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Cornor Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholesalo grocers and  -lobbers In blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maokinaws and minors' sundries.  OOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY, * LIMI-  . TED���Vernon   streot, .Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.  JOHN.CHOLDITCH & CO.���FrontLstreet, NolL  ���_onr wholesalo- grocers.*'    ^~ ��� ~~  Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front street. Nelson.  ���   wholesale   dealers   In  provisions,' oured  meats, butter and eggs.  _A_.   -E3_ESrSO?��lA.-D-  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Full line of wall papor, mouldings, eto, ' Kalso-.  mining and Tinting.  Strictly flrstvolaaa work.  ��� Estimates furnished.  Residence MU1 Street,   *T|***f QAW    R '���/**.'  OppositeSohool House   aW J_J-_��Uf*lf -3. \J.  C.W.West&Co.  COAL I     WOQPI  Hard Coal      : JBQ RK I Crow's Nesli     Jftfl 1IK  Anthracite     '*�������'�����'I Coal ��O.IJ  __>_3'lliI'V'__l'R"HlI>  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYERS & CO.-Corner Bakor and Josenhlne  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale- dealors in hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant*  Powder Co.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY *','���  Bakor St., Nelson, wholesale dealors I'rg  hardware and mining supplies, and wator and *  plumbers'supplios.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNKR, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  J> and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholosale  dealers ln liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agonts  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary. ���     ���  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Buker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stamping and black blasting powder*,  : wholesale dealers in oaps and fuse, and eloctrlo  blasting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.  VTELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  ���i-M LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall strools,  Nelson,-manufacturers of and wholesale doalers  In sash and doors' all kinds of factory work _iado  to order. .-.'.-.'  WINES AND CIGARS.  GALIFORNIA WINS COMPANY, -LIMITED���Cornor Front and Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers In wiuea'loase aun .bulk,  ��nrt domooMn nitrt ImOav'la-ad ntaarn.     v ,"7  Telephone88.  Ship by Express.. NELSON, B. C.  NOTICE.  All parties having claims against the Nolson  Trades and Labor Assembly will present them at  once foe payment.  J. H. MATHESON. Secretary.  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order oan be accepted-unless-accompanied  by cash.  .'  Office:  Corner of HaU        -TCI CDUflNF   33  aud Baker Streets^  I -LCrnUHC   OO.  Lethbridge Gait Coal  The bosb value for the money in the market  for all purposes.  TBBMa ___h    : W. P. Ta_m_T,- Oanoml Agout  talsphoae UT.   OXBoa ��ttb O. Da J. ctaUUe.  A. R. BARROW, A.M^I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and Kootenay Stroets.  P. O. Box SfiU. TELEPHONE WO, 04  ENGINEERS.  flHARLES PARKER���Mlning and milling an-  v-' . glneer,   Turnor-BoecUh Block, Baker ntrertb,  Mr��lna*n>.  ARCHITECTS.  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Yesterday wrts an extremely busy  day in the supreme court chambers  here over which his honor judge  I'Yirin presided. Tlie docket comprised .several matters of more than  average importance and four cases  entered were not reached. These,  with other questions arising in the  interim, will come up on Monday,  when the list will comprise from 10  tit 12 cases. The court business at  Nelson is constantly increasing, and  with the increase the necessity of a  supreme court judge becomes more  pressing. Judge Forin is now holding two chamber sittings weekly  us compared with one per week at  Vancouver, and iu addition has a  territory of several hundred square  miles to look after.  Tlie most important matter disposed   of   yesterday   was   that of  IJonjamin   S.  Davis vs. ,T. M. Dunn  and the Sunset Silver Mining company, in  which  W. A.  Macdonald,'  on   behalf of  the   defendant com-"  pany, made application " lo  compel  tho plaintiff, who  resides  in  California and is therefore  out of the  jurisdiction  of this  court, to  give  security, for the costs of this action.  The plaintiff was represented by S.  S.-Taylor, Q. C,  who  opposed  the  application on tlie ground  that the  defendant   company,   while   nominally defendants, were really plaintiffs aiid as such wore  not  entitled  i to. security for costs  because the  -st^Avwas for.the"benefit of the company as well as the-plaintiff, being  brought to conipel Dunn to transfer  to'the Sunset company the"Sunset  lnineral'claim for/tlie benefit of the  * shareholders of whom, the plaintiff  : is ono. -The second .point taken in  .objection, to the   application   was  that the defendant--company had  no right-to-incur costs "as the suit'  was for their, benefit-and .their  interests  would   be, '.fully;. protected  without their   even appearing  or  defending, hence thoy_had'no right  to  require  security for  costs.    In  taking the objections-noted  above  plaintiff   relied    on    Belmont   vs.  Aynard IV C. P. D. page 353, Anglo  vs.  Itowlin  10 Ont.'Pr. Rep.  page  '592,   and   Doer   vs.    Rand,    same  volume, page 105.    After  considering   the   authorities    quoted,    his  honor   dismissed   the   defendants'  summons.  The Lode Star Cases.  In the suit of McKenzie vs. Lode  Star, P. 1_. Wilson applied on behalf  of * certain subsequent execution  creditoi s for costs out of the funds.  =It-was=deeided=by"his=honoi4_h'i_=all=  tho execution creditors ��� were entitled, to secure their costs of judgments and executions as first claims.  The point at issue was to determine  whether or not the creditors, who  secured the first executions should  satisfy their claims before others  obtaining executions later.  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. P., and Dawson City, N. W. T.  G. Snowden of Oil City, Pennsylvania, to Edgar G. Maitland, consideration $511; a sixth interestin  tho Climax, Polar and Pole Star  claims in the Alpine basin on  Nine-mile creek, by William,. Harris  to .Tolm D. Reid of Slocan City;  a twelfth interest each in the Sunrise claim at the head of tho west  fork of l'1orty-nino creek by John  A. Netterfield of Rossland to J. M.  Brawn and Hugh Brawn of Rossland; a third interest each in the  Mugwump claim, same location, by  J. A. Netterfield to J". M. and II.  Brawn. v  Locations: The White Tail, half  a mile from Sayward's hotel, relocation of the Aurora, by Joe Campbell; the Hemlock on Barrett creek,  relocation of the Muriel, by Charles  Anderson; the Mountain Spruce on  Barret creek, relocation of the Leo  and Marie, by Oscar Anderson: the  International on Golden Wedge  wagon road, li miles from Kootenay lake, by "Thomas Ryan and  Frank Conlan.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TOROJj"fO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  D. R. Wilkio, General Manager.  E. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY. Manas;./*  Other Court Matters.  In the suit of Greenlee vs. Dickinson W. A. Macdonald made application to havo certain paragraphs  stmick out of the statement of de-"  fence, Elliot & Lennie' contra.  Judgment was reserved.  The matters left over to Monday's  sitting were as follows : McMullitn  vs. Sandilands et al, application for  further particulars; Morrison &,  Caldwell vs. Hyde & Titsworth,  argument for judgment on garnishee application; Fawcett vs.  C..P..R.; McNeish vs. Cummins, application foi* judgment in garnishee  . inatte re Ferguson.   .  Alexander Spr oat, one of the defendants, was examined for discovery by R.-S. Lennie yesterday  iii the action of Marino vs. Alexander, W. A. Macdonald being  'present-��� in the interests of the  defence. ���.  Mining Records.  The recorJs filed at the government office during the last few days  are as follows: Transfers ��� The  Maggie claim at the junction of the  north fork of the Salmon river and  Whisky creek, by James A. Brown  of Spokane to Joseph W. Roof of  Cleveland, Ohio, consideration $1000;  three thirty-seconds of the Annie  Rooney claim on the south side of  S'vr)p creek, 3000 feet south of the  Wilson mineral claim, by George  America an Important Factor.  Berlin, December 27.���In its  yearly financial review the Frankfurter Zeitung points ont that one  of the most important facts of the  lust 12 months has been the growing influence of the "Uuited States  upon the economic, situation of  Europe. "In the first months of  the year," says the writer, "when  German industries-had not the re-,  niotest fear of reaction it was the  report from America regarding the  TO THE ELECTORS OF N ELSON:  At the request of u number of electors, I have  decided lo oil'iu* myi olf as a candidate for mayor  at tho coming civic elections.. I have served as  alderman two years ' of the four during  which the city has been conducting its own affair.1*, and my record while in the council on tho  questions that arc now the most important, issues  before the people of tho city is such as will bear  inspection.  1 belicvo that-thc cily has valuable as-i9tsin Ihe  water and electric light systems, and while in  the council I did everything possible to safeguard  these asset-*; and if elected mayor no act or vote  of mine wid be in favor of alfowiiij*; any outside  corporate interest to become a competitor with  tho city in the businoss of electric lighting, a  business in which the cily has already invested  $70,000. '������'  While in the council In ISH7, I voted in favor of  incorporating a fair wage clause in all contracts,  and that principle was carried out in both letter  and spirit."-I sec no reason lo change my views  on that question now. And I believe, further,  that with competent foremen and superintendence tliat the city can got as good value for the  money spent, by having tho grcatbulk of its work  done by day's labor ns by tho contract system,  and no good reason can bo advanced why the  city should not pay the same rate of wages and  work men the same number of hours as prevails  in pi ivale enterprises.  I am in favor of giving the bnsinesi and property interests every sa'cguaid possible, and to  tliat end I believe the fire department should bo  made as efficient as possible, consistent wil h the  revenues of the cily.  Nolson should be kept in advance of its rivals,  and everything possible must be done to induce manufacturing enterprise* to locate hero,  for it is (he payrolls that build up the cities of  today.    ���  Nolson, a western city, is, us orderly and law,  abiding as custom cities. This is because Iho  people of Nolson are toloiant., 1 believe that thi3.  -si��irili=of-toleralion=Khoiilrts:=bo=oontIiiuedfttnd=,I=  will If dented mayor do lio act lo abridge or curtail tho rights or privileges of ono class of our  citizens merely because another class may have  different views.  The ci'y has mado a start in permaimnt street  improvements, and! am in favor of continuing  these improvements ns fast as possible, with due  reerard io the revenues of the city.  If elected mayor, I am in a position and will  plcdgo myself to devote my time to the coii'ltict.  of the city's biu-lncss.  FRANK FLETCHER.  Nelson. December Iflth. lflOO.  A CARD.  .-T<l .Till* UATKl'AVKHS Oh* tiik Cii-v oi- Nl'l.-  son*.���Ladies ami Gentlemen: Having- been requested by a number of friends (ratepayers) in  Ilil-t city to becomo a candidate for alderman ln  tho Kast ward, I may say I have plenty of spare  timo on hand, nnd would be pleased to devote a  portion of It toward attending to your interests,  not only in the Kast ward, but throughout thu  city generally. .Should you deem my services  acceptable, and honor me with a place at your  municipal hour', 1 shall do my best to merit (ho  confidence placed in mo.   Faithfully,  JOHN .PATERSON.  Nelson, B. C, December 21th, 1000.  ~~     lan-Tlease notice.  Notice is hereby given, that within sixty days  after the date of tins notice, 1 intend to apply to  thu assistant commissioner of lands and works,  at Nelson, for a lease of I ho following described  land, for the purpose of opening up and working  stone quarries, aituate about two miles in an  easterly direction from the City of Kaslo, West  Kootenay Distiiet:  Commencingatapoel.planted on the lake shore  marked " .1. A. Knuuf's N. K. corner,' running  tlionco south twenty chains; thenco west twenty,  chains; thence north twenty chains, more or less  to the lake shore; thence cast along the lake ehore  to the point of commencement; and containing  forty acres inoro or less. J. A. KNAUF;  0. D-itcrt December 19th, 1900.  ~LAND   NOTICE."  Nolicf*i-t hereby given, that thirty days' after  date! intend to apply to (he chief u'tiimissioncr  of lands und works for permission to purchase  tho following du'-crihod lands about two miles  -west of tho Cily of Nelson: Commencing at a  post marked \V. I. Beavon's S. K. Corner Post,  planted at!H. W. corner post of H. Selous* pur-  chased Lot (MS, Group 1, on tho high water line  on tho west bank of Kootenay river,theoco north  18 ehuins, thenco west IS chains, thenco south IS  chains, more nr les* to the high water line on  north bank of Kootenay river, thence following  the meandering of tho aforesaid river in an easterly direction 18 chains more or less to poltit of  cpmmonccment. Containing 32 acres mora'or  loss. -W. I. -HEAVEN.  Dated at Nelson this 21th day of December, 1900.  iron market; and the fear of flooding the German market with American manufactures that terrified  our markets and agitated our  bourses. This Was the case even  when there were no important  changes in the business situation in  the United States. In short, all the  incidents indicated, however, remotely, that that country's competition was discussed in its bearings  upon our business situation, and  they thus became very important  factors in determining the attitude  of the German bourses and the quotation of securities."  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring"  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber^  of all kinds,  ur WHAT you want is not in* STOCK  WBWIM MAKK IT KOB YOU  CAila AND GET PBICB8.  W  The New Eaymond, Cabinet, Sewing Machine  The New Raymond, Drop-Head, Sewing Machine  The Wheeler & Wilson, Cabinet, Sewing Machine  The Wheeler & Wilson, Drop-Head, Sewing Machine  The Domestic, 7 Drawer, Sewing Machine  The Standard, 7 Drawer,, Sewing Machine  The White, 7 Drawer, Sewing Machine -  These machines are guaranteed to  be  in  first-class  order,     These  prices,  Nelson, stand good until the 5th day of January, 1901.  JACOB   DOVER  The Jeweler  BAKER  STREET,   NELSON.  J. A. Say ward  HALL AND LAKE BTRBF.TS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND-VERNON STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  Stocl\.  We carry a*complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  $40.00  35.00  50.00  40.00  40.00  40.00  40.00  f. o. b. at  ^ 'J^SM&Z.cZ? *c=3>��=>-.c=3 .<��***���'����"**���*  5^ f^^W^t^ S?*** ��> t-P* S> ��=--*  ELECTRICAL -MACHINERY  Transformers  Telephones, Bells  Annunciators, Lamps  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  CAipLE & O'REILLY  Baker Street  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  AGENTS  FOR RENT  (I-roomed house and bath, together with kitchnn  range, complete wilh hoi. and cold water. Observatory slrcol. niajjiilllcoiiL view; rout. Including wator ruin, $35 por month.  5-rooinna house, corner Cednr and Carbonate  streets; $20 per month.  5-roomed houso, Hume .Addition ; $15 per month,  1-roomod cottage, (lore street 812.00 nor month.  !l-rooiiicd hoiiRo, corner of Mill and Hull streets;  $30 por month, from 1st. NovoniDor.  Rents collected.   Loans made.  Agenti- for British Columbia Permanent Loan  & Savinus Company. -*  Surpassing  Display: in  Eall Suiitings  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  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Iiaker Street.  FRED J. SQUIRM. Manager.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  ������illKMONT  HOTEL  BLOCK.  . Large stock of high-cloas Imported  specialty of the  faehlon in coats.  oquare   thoiilder-  goods.  A  a  latest)  GAS'AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES  HOT WIRE ARC LAMPS  FOR INCANDESCENT CIRCUITS.  $p$c^m CLING SURFACE BELT DRESSING  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC  SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION CO.  Nelson, B. C.  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  NELSON,  B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  Kootenay Brick &  for a continuance  Having* taken over the business ot tho West  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg* to ask  of the patronage which you hav8 heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest  possible prices. Being* in a position to manufacture goods in larg-er  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 products,, and next season we shall be in a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  yWef-shallals6-;Keep-on=hand=a=stock=of=FIre-BrIck,=Flre-Clayr=====  Tiles and Cement.  pur 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.       ���  We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders.  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick it Lime Co., Ltd.  SAW &  NELSON  PLANING  MILLS  Limited.  We are prepared to Furnish  by Rail, Barge or Teams  DIMENSION L UMBER  ROUGH and 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  STOREFRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices before  purchasing* elsewhere.  OFFICE: CORNER  HALL AND  FACTORY : HALL STREET, C. P. B. CROSSING.  FRONT STREETS.  MILLS: HALL STREET .WHARF  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Amilr a. Ia. LKHNOX. Sollnltmr., Wa-Iaon  H    *"*  ��?  Slocan, Nelson and Rossland Sidings  of West Kootenay Electoral  District.  Nolico is hcrohy Kiven thai a Court of Hevision  and Appeal, under lhe provisions of the "Askcfs-  nicnt Act," will he held us follows :  Court IIou<*e, ICn*lo,B.C..Wednesday,!)Lh January, I'.KH, at. 10 o'olock in the forenoon.  Caovei-nmcnt Atfunl'.s Olllce, Nelson, 1. C,  Thursday; lOch .limitary, at 10 o'c oo_ in the  forenoon.  * Cltivernmpiil AKenl's Ofiice, Uossland, 11. C,  Friday. Illh January, _D 10 o'clock in the  ro'cnoon.  liated alNulson this tilth ilnyof December, r.IOO.  JOHN   A.   TUKNKK.  JmlRC of Court of Uevisloti and Appeal.  LAND NOTICE.  , N'blico i-a hereby given that llilttr days aflet*  date we. The Corporation of the Cily of XcKoti.  intend to apply to Ibe'ChiiT Commissioner of  Land-t and Works for permission lo jmrcha'-u  for the purpose.') ot the Corporation, the follow int?  described land in the District of West. lCoolenay.  fcitual.c on the sotilh bank of ICootonay nver.  about (en miles below Nelson : Coiumoncinft at n  post marked "The City of Nelson's S. W. cornor,"  thence east .'W chains. th<*nco north lf> chains  to tho Kootenay river, thenco westerly aloiitf the  ICootonay river .'HI cliainj*, thenco south IS chains  to the placo of bcKliinin��.  THK COIil'ORATION OF TIIK C1TV OK  NICIaSON, Hy .Idii.n*.Houston, Mayor,  December 12th, l'.WO.  yLANP   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby kIvoii. that, sixty days after  dato I intend lo apply to I be (,'old commissioner  for a loose on crown lands, situato ia Wost Kootenay district, about ten miles front tho city of  Kaslo, in a northerly direction, eonsisliiiK of IU)  acres of unoccupied crown lands, commencing at  a post marked C. P. Ia., thonce north on tlio lake  front 80 chains, thenco west. SO chains, thence  south 80 chains, thenco east 'JJ chains to place  and post of commencement.  C. 1\ LOU DIM.  NOTICE.  Hosshiiid,.!!. C, November Oth, WOO.  To F. H. .Sai.i.shukv ���  Nolico is hereby Kivon Mint I, Willlniii Onflitlin.  intend to claim tlio interests In the followini;  named mineral claims formerly hold by V. B.  .Salisbury, on which he has neglected to pay his  share of the expenses of the annual assessment  work.   To wit: ���  A one-halt (') Interest in Iho "Bunker Hill  mineral claim.  A one half (') interestin tho "Sullivan mineral  claim.  A one-half (II interest in the "Fide-lit?" mineral  claim.  AU the adjoining claims, Hunted on Ihe weal  fork of tIn.- north fork of Salmon river, In Die  Nelson Alining Division,  This action iatukuu under Section 11 or Chapter IS, of the Hlal.ules of 1S1HI and Mtiieiidiiieiils of  1900. WIlalalAaM H. TOW'NSKNl),  Agent for William Oriillthn.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  TO    GKO.    II.    r.AM.MI-1-S,   J.  11. ClJANSO.V, OV'tO  nny person or perrfons in whom he may have  transferred  his interest in  the ifnrvey. Joy  minenil claim, tit ATorninic Jloiiiilnin, N'el-on  Mining Division.  You are 'hereby notified that  I  have oxpemled  Ono Hundred Dollars in labor ami improvements  upon tho above mentioned   mineral  claln'i,  iu  tinier  to  Imlil   said   mineral   claim   under   the  provisions  of Iho Mineral  Act, and If within  ninety days from the dale of this notice you Tail  or reiii����ya-*coiit.rihiile your proportion of such  expenditure, togol her with all coats of advert Is-  itiK, your Interestin said claim will become the  property of the HiilMcribor, under section four of  un Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral-.  Act. l'JOO." SILAS II. CROSS.  Dated this liith day of December, WOO.  I'j-f-v  MUSIC,     y  Mm. I). B. Murray, graduate in vocal,M_-ln-*"_-;j  strumental music is now prepared to receive/-V  pupils for instruction in voico"culturc*-Ita__mtti  method, also piano and organ. -- .     k-^_sri*^*5  For (onus and further particulars apply room' i*��  5, A. Macdonald building, corner Josephine and**;!  V��rnnn st-rent-.  'CJfA'ivi  TRADES  NKLSON MINERS' UNION NO,  M.���Moots In miners'  UNIONS.  *v*'#>i#|  -y*3;  union rooms,-noi-th-ipl  "-���>�����  ��� .-*_,.._ ___ jL-otenay streots, every ������'��� "���  Siturday evening at 8 o'clock. Vislting^xnein  bars -welcome. Al. K. Mowatt, Presidont* Jame-'i-:  "Wilkes, Secretary. Union Scale ok* W_aic_ $  KOit Nrlson Dta-raicr���Per shift, machine 3;  men, $3.50: hainmersiucu minerR. $3.23; muckers,"^  carmen, shovolers and other underground labor-,*-  ers, $3 00. ���____L____l___f'  rr.RADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.*���The reeu-'-  ' x lar meetings of tho Nelson Trades aiid'IaaborA  Oouncil will be held in the minors' union hall,C  cornor of Victoria and Kootenay streots,'on the is  first and third Thursday of oach month,' atf  7.30 p.m. U. J. Thorpe, Piesidcnt. J.H.Mathe-  son, Socrotary. , (.    * _.��� **��<;?���#  ^t.        a ��� _va.a, aia uatu a��i  ner Victoria and Kootenay  son. President.   James Colli)  streots.   R.  ing, Secretary,  cor-*;  Robin'!  ���DAUBERS' UNION.-Nelson Union. No. lilC. of,'  ���*--" the International JourneymcTi' Karlicr s U \\A  Ion ot America, meets every first and third Moif--->  snn. tecicluiy-ticisiiror;  secretary.  I.C. Card nor, recording*   - '   >.JJhj'il,  BRICKIaAVKRS AND MASONS' UNION."^^  Tho Brlcklayeis and Masons' International;'  Union No. 3 of Nelson moots second aud- fourth ?|  Tuesdays in oach month at Miners Union hall, i  J. AV. Ktcher, nrebident; Joseph Clark, recording.  and corresponding secretary. -   ,   -%_*>>,  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers'. Pro"ii  tective Union, No. 8121, A. F. of ]���, meets in'I  Fnitcrtiity Ilall, Oddfellow's block, corner of Ba-f I  kerand Kootenay streets, every Monday eveninir'.l  at7:30p.m. sharp. Visitingmeuil-crsof IheAnieri- <|  can Jodcration cordially invited to attend."1.1  James Mathew, President. John Roberts, re *  cot ding secretary. *        ^?\  ELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The reguUri  meeting of the   Painters'  Union  is  hold *.  tho flrst and third Fridays in each month at Min--j>  ors' Union hall at 7:3) sharp.- J. 11. Millward,**^  President; Will J. Hatch. Seci-otary.  PLASTERERS' UNION-Tho O. P. I.-A.'NoJ'J  -1-    172, meets overy Monday evening In  tha,?  Elliot block, corner Bakor and Stanley streets, all  8 o'clock.   J. D. Mover, president; Donald Mr-  lyvwi. sawiraafarirl ,   "''  COOKS' AVI) WAITK1IS' UNION ���Regular'  lucetings on Ihe sarond and fourth Thur8-���:"3  days of each month, at 8o'clock in Miners' Union,-*-'*?  hull.   Vibling brethem cordially invited.    C. F.4J  Hell,   president;    J.   P.   Forestcll,   secretary ���  treasurer.  FEATERNAL   SOCIETIES;  __\    NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A.V. tt; A. M. \��  *V\T Meets second VVcdue-'day In each month. '|  Sojourning brothron invited.  KNK1HTS OI** PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodge, No  25, Knights of Pythias, moots in I. O.  Ilall, cornor iiaker  i,_nu  o. *���*���."  F. J. Bradloy.C.C.;'  and Kootonay stroota, every  Tuesday evening ab 8 o'clock.   Visltlnfc Knights  cordially Invited to altoud.   ~ - ���  J. A. Puquetto, K. of R. & S.  NELSON L. O. _j��� No. 1092, meets ln I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and ICootonay stxoots.  1st) and 3rd  Friday  brothorn cordially inyltod.  of  oach mouth.  R. Robinson, W,  \V. Crawford, Rocording-Socretary,  VlsltlnB!  SHEBIFF'S SALE. I*  Province ot British Columbia, Nelson, In Wen  Kootenay. to wit:  Hy virtue of a writ of fir-il-faclas, issued outof  thu Supreme Court of Jlrlllth Columbia, at the  suit of the Bank ot Montreal, iilaintiirs, and to'  me   directed,   against   tho   goodn   and   chat��i  tads   of   the ' Two    Friends    Aline.    Limited  Liability,   defendant0,    I     have    seized    iuid'  Utkon in execution all tho right, title and interest'  of llio said defendaut--. Two Friends Mino Lltn--,  Itctl  Liability, in the mineral claim known as  and called "Two Friends/'sitnated on the nirldn*  between Lemon and Springer creeks, on tliojease  slope of Lemon creel;, located on the 31st..day oi*  .Inly, A. D. lWVi.nnd recorded in the ndlce of the  mining recorder for the Slocan Cily Alining Diy^T fl  isiOIl Of lilC   *.*.'<a^l    l?,-__t.,i_v   l.lal-l.r   _,i flirt lAI-KVhr  day of Aug!  ision of the Woi-t KooVnay Districr, oji thel01hv |  y of August, A. D. 1S0.5; and also all the right)' J  title and interest of the said defendaht-c.T.wo  I  Friends Aline, Limited Liability, in sixty (("0).top_'.  of oro, more or less, mined from the. mineral'  claim '"Two Friends," and nowupon the pj-p.'  porty: To recover lhe sum of two thousand and*  cighty-niuo dollars and eighty-five cents (?2��089-  .85) together with interest on two thousand add'  liighty-alx dollars and thirty-flve cents '($^03*33S);  at six per centum per.annum.-from the_6tj_ dJiyf  of Septombor, 1900, until payment, besides BJier;  iil'ti poundngo, otllenr's fec-a. and all other legdl-  iiieldental expenses: All of which I shallexposa  tor sile. or sulllcietit thereof I o satisfy sa"d iud'g--  tiient, debt, aiid costs, at the front of my "ofllce  noxttxi the court house, in the city ot Nelson','B,:  (.'., on Frlilay the aith day of October, A;.''D.. 190ft?  at the hour of eleven o'clock in tho forenoon, iii;--;  Notk,���Intending purchasers will satisfy then*,*  selves n-i lo interest and title of the said dofea  danta. ������������-������.������ .:������]  Dated at Slocan City the 12th day of October  1900 ���',���  ...    '      S. P. TUCK, Sheriff of South Kootehay-  The above sale Is post ponod until Monday, the  2tll.li day of Novtintoer, 1900, at tho same; place  and hour. . S. P. TUCK, -V  Sheriff of South Kootenay^ x;  The ahovit sale is further postponed .until  Friday tho '21st day of .December, 1E0O, at t���_  same placo and hour.  S. P. TUCK, * -  Shorill'of South Kootenay.-.  The  above   sale   is   furl her   postponed   until  Monday, the 21st   day   of   January.   1901, --at  tho same placo und hour.  S. P. 1 UCK.  Sheriff of South Koote -*  jy  'i THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, FRIDAY DECEMBER -28WOO  ALL  THE LATEST ODORS, IN THE  BEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH MAKES  They Make  Handsome  Presents.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK,   NELSON  .. FMef orm 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 Clothing House  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  m$  i'c=)'c.  'USt  FINE CUT GLASS  FINE CUT GLASS^  WE KNOW      your appetite'will be very delicate  so soon after.Christmas, yet we would  remind you that you cannot live on  what you have already eaten. It is  what you have to eat that keeps life,  if you eat the right goods -at the  right time. We have them at right  prices.   WM.  HUNTER &  Nelson, B.C.  CO.  ��.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Arthur Gee, merchant tailor, lias  removed to a store in the Tremont  hotel. .block, three doors east of  Morrison & Caldwell's.  A general meeting of candidate  Fletcher's supporters will be held  in the committee rooms, Hume  building, on Saturday night, at  8:30 o'clock.  Stanley street   was   in splendid  condition for  sleighing  last night  and a score or more of young people spent a pleasant evening  witli  ��� the bobsleighs.  Peter Shonfeld, the genial gentleman who presides over the subscription department of this great  daily journal,-will call on subscribers today and tomorrow and  cheerfully receipt for subscriptions  for the year 1900.  The Sunday school entertainment  at St. Paul's Presbyterian church  last night was most successful. The  church was crowded and the children gave their program in a most  pleasing manner. A handsome sum-  was realized for the library fund.  Fred Dyke man w.as charged by  the provincial police with vagrancy  before magistrate Crease yesterday.  His worship* found the defendant  guilty and .administered a reproof,  whicli led Dykeiiian to remark that  he would prefer twel vo mon ths  hard labor to another experience of  the kind. Dykeman was given six  hours to leave the city aud departed at once.  The management of the Nelson  hockey club lias called a meeting at  the hotel Hume at S o'clock. Tlie  meeting will take action toward  getting the pastime under way for  the season without further delay.  The rink people are freezing the ice  as rapidly as the weather permits  and if the weather holds cold the  skating. will be excellent in a few  days.  LAST BUT ONE FOR  1900  w  GROCERIES  CROCKERY  i&$      $&l  m<  #  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  "���THEOT^MADSON,  No trouble.   Every Garment Guaranteed.  Baker_Streetr^  STRAWBERRY   ....    X   A   Tl/TG     BLACK   CURRANT  RASPBERRY    ..   ..     U _-HLJLV-_L0    RED CURRANT  Put up in 5ll) Tins by the  TORONTO  BISCUIT & CONFECTIONERY  CO.  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING _ CO.  CROW &  MORRIS  Baker Street, Nelson.  WHOIaKSALE AND  RKTAlia . , . .  TOBACCONISTS  Sole Agents for  TADDY'S TOBACCOS  Branches at "osslanil an.d Greenwood.  y:/'    i******.*.*:***  See our speciaPassortment of Cigars  and Pipes suitable for  Xmas Presents.  Cigar and  Cigarette  Holders  and Cases.  Tobacco-pouches o        kinds,  and Smokers Reouisites.  All the best brand*; ot Imported  and Domestic Cigars.  B B B and Loewe Pipes.  .i*****.**:���H  COME  AND   SEE  THEM  WB OAN SUIT YCtT  A��ala F; _**EiS;  Removal Sale  We wish to thank the public  generally for the most successful  holiday trade in our experience  in Nelson, and to intimate that  during the remaining days of  1900 we will offer hundreds of  bargains in almost every line of  goods. Our prices, always reasonable, are in many instances  now cut in two.  We are anxious to still further  reduce the stocks carried in our  two stores  BEFORE REMOVING  TO OUR NEW PREMISES  IN THE K. W. C. BLOCK  EARLY  IN  1901.  Canada Drug & Book Co.  Limited.  It Was a Special Meeting.  A special" meeting of the city  council was held yesterday afternoon, and there were present :  Mayor Houston, and aldermen Hall,  Arthur, Morrison, and Wilson. The  minutes of the last meeting were  read, aud alderman Arthur objected  to that portion which set forth tho  views of mayor Houston re the investigation of charges preferred  against W; J. Thompson, who  was suspended as chief, of the fire  department. He wrote a resolution  ordering the mayor's remarks to be  expunged from tho. minutes, but  none of the other aldermen could  see their way clear to second the  resolution, and the minutes stood  approved. Thus closes the Last of  the bickerings that are likely to  take place in the present council.  Alderman Wilson moved a resolution, which was seconded by  .alderman Hall, that the action of  the mayor in applying for land for  a site for a power station ou Kootenay river be approved, and the  resolution was adopted unanimously.  Alderman Wilson moved a resolution, which was seconded by  alderman Hall, that .T. K. Strachan  be made returning officer for the  eoming-munieipal=eleetion-and=that=  E. A.. Crease bo made deputy for  the West ward ; the nominations  to be made in the city office, and  tho polling place for the East ward  to be in the police court room, aud  for the West ward in the olllce of  the Exchequer Gold Mining Company. The resolution was carried.  Aldermen Arthur and Morrison,  for the finance committee, reported  that payrolls and accounts aggro-  gating about $.500 be paid, and it  was so ordered.  A communication from the secretary of the charity, organization  asking that the council pay the  debts of the organization, aggregating .$98, was referred to the  finance committee.  A communication from Thomas  Sargent re a franchise for an electric district messenger system was  read, and the opinion seemed to be  that the matter had better be. left  to Mie incoming council. The clerk,  however, was instructed to notify  Mr. Sargent to lay his proposed  agreement before the council for  consideration.  The first claim against ,the city  foi\daraages was ordered paid. It  amounted to $20. The claimant,  Thomas Oates, works at the Poor-  man mino. One evening recentlj'  he, along with his little daughter,  attempted to reach "the Canadian  Paacilic depot by the way of Vernon  street. In grading for new sidings,  the railway company has left Vernon street about 15 feet in the air,  and Mr. Oates fell from the street  to the railway grade, and received  injuries that laid him up for several  days. The council, after ordering  the payment of the* claim, which  was a very reasonable one, ordered  Vernon street temporarily closed as  a thoroughfare west from Palls  street, and Railway street closed  between Baker and Vernon streets.  At the suggestion of mayor  Houston a .resolution was passed  authorizing J. B. Bliss and C. E.  Beasley to make a thorough inspection of the electric light,installations and. water service connections, so that '"'he incoming council  could haveaccurate data as to the  leakages that are said to exist in  these two. revenue-producing public  utilities. tt  No other business of importance  was transacted and tho council  adjourned.  Reputation More Than Local.  -B.-C. Riblet of Nelson has gained  a reputation for building wire rope  tramways that is more than local.  Many of the best tramways in  Kootenay were made and installed  by Mr. Riblet. and it makes Nelson  men feel proud of their town when  visiting adjoining mining camps to  see the following 'on tramway,  machinery: "-'Manufactured by B.  C. Riblet, Nelson, B. C." Mr. Riblet  lias secured contracts for the  erection of three tramways in Peru,  South Araet*ica. One is 6500 feet  long and the other two are G000  feet each. The Riblet Iron Works  of Nelson, employing hundreds of  men, may be an industry as famous  in mining circles at no distant date-  as is the E. P. Allis Irou Works of  Milwaukee today.  Spill on the C. P. R.  About 2 o'clock yesterday afternoon an outward bound freight  train in charge.of conductor A. B.  Clark left the rails a short distance  this side of : Robson and several  cars were wrecked. The emergency  train was out on the Slocan branch  aud had ju9t succeeded in placing  engine No. 733. on the rails after  several days' work when they wero  instructed, to proceed to Robson.  Ten hours' work cleared the line.  The Rossland passenger train was  only delayed, a short time, as the  ferry ran down to Sproafs Landing, where passengers were transferred to the Nelson train. ��  ���__*?���  EEC.   B*3TE0RS   cfc   GO.  -STESLSO-ST  KASLO  S^__**T"DO_r>r  n  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Goal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TKLKPHONR 27 . " Store, Cornor Baker and  .Toscphino  ���lire  The Payne Earns a Dividend.  The company that owns tho  Payne miue, Slocan district, has declared its usual quarterly dividend  of 3 per cent, which is at the rato  of $3(50,000 a year if Thk Tribune  is not hiistakeh as to the share  capital of the company.  Destructive Fire at Calvary.  CALOAfiY, N. W. T., December  20.���The most destructive fire in  the history of Calgary raged today  and wrought damage estimated at  $100,000.'. Several of the finest  business structures were destroyed.  Death of an Actress.  London,,   December    28.���" Miss  Marriott,"   Mrs.   Alice   Edgar, the  actress, is dead.  PERSONAL.  Hill,  Idaho, is  K.  MacKen/ie  C. P. Hill'of Port  al lhe Hold Ilmno.  M. Brady and J.  aro n(. Iho Tiemont hotel.  Harry   Sheran   of   New Denver  was a guest nl^tho Madden houso yesterday.  Mark Manley, a well known business and mining rann of Slocan City, is registered  .at.the-Queen-s^hotel������"���'��� ���_-^���-   ,+__=,���..   .__  John Hamblin of   Spokane is in  Nelson and will t-*ke;charge of the binder** department of TnKTjtinu.VK office.  John   Daly,   accountant at   the  Payno mino. is in tho city today'en route to  Sandon after a holiday trip to Spokane.  R. J. McPhee, superintendent  of  tho Enterprise mine, is in Nelson today after  spending tho holiday with his family at Spokane.  * Mr. and Mrs.  II. M. Billings of  Salmo, who havo been at Vancouver for two  months, were In Nelson jesterday on their \v*y  home. ���  A. S. Farwell expects to leave for  the Coast lhe beginning of lhe year, and will  spend Iho winter months in Victoria and Vancouver.     '���.    ./yi '   ������"'���' ������    ��� ���  C. IT. Hand, formerly manager of  the Payne ininB nnd now consiiltliig engineer for  MolCoown & Hogg who aro interested In various  Slocan properties, I* in.the city today. .Mr. Hand  is registered at tho 1'hflir.  EU3INES8   MENTION.  Cellar to Rent���Apply Merchants  Bank of Halifax.  To let���Furnished rooms in Carney block.  Reasonable rates.       '  If you want to buy or sell anything go to the "Old Curiosity Shop."  Hack calls left at the Pacific  Transfer barn on Vernon .treat. Telephone  call 35.  ,. "New. "  lotyjust   in."���For   fresh  randies. fruitS[ii'iits, etc., call at the Bon Ton  Confectionery, "'Baker street, Miss A. L. ICJink-  witz. ���"-'- ������;���������'���  To Rent or For Sale���Residence  of I**. \V. Peters. Will rr nr, furnished for two  months or sell. ' Apply to H. A. Langford, tramway ofllce.  v.. -:  For sale--Lot 10, block 17, 30 foot  frontago on Victoria street, two houses on  property. Price 82800, terms easy. Address  Frank O. Graham, care of Matheson & Graham's  barber shop.  Miss Von Der Werth���Clairvoyant, palrriisVand card reading. Gives advice  on commercial bnsiiiess and minim/; reunl'es  unhappy lovers and broken-up familits, Koom  1, over Thomson Stationery Company.  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 teu year lease of mine; thin  will bring over 10 per cent of Investment. Address box 518, Vancouver, B. C.  Still After Crowe.  Omaha, Nebraska, December 27.  ���All possibility of capturing Pat  Crowe in this vicinity has been  abandoned, and the.police, who  had been especially active iu the  case, have now settled down to a  systematic search for evidence  from the clues now in their possession"'. The police think St. Joseph  is the last city in the middle west  that Pat Crowe would visit at such  a time as this. Another development in tlie case is the fact that  the man who rented the cottage on  Grovenei- street gave the name of  J. L. Connor. Crowe has a brother  named F. Connor, and those working in the matter are inclined to  believe, in view of this fact, that  Crowe rented the house.  Chicago, December 27.���Disguised as a woman, Pat Crowe, who  is being sought - by the police all  over the United States, charged  with kidnapping.Ed, Cudahy, has  been seen in Chicago the last few  days and may still be'hiding here,  according to a statement made tonight by detective sergeant James  Stoern, a Chicago police officer, who  has arrested Crowe a number of  times in the past.    >  Will Punish the Guilty.  Pakis, December 27.���lu the  chamber of deputies today M.  Marcel, Semite radical socialist,  called attention to the reports of  cruelties upon the part of European  troops in China. He said the  French soldiers were no more free  from reproach than. Germans and  Russians. They had committed  similar atrocities. . He also protested against the pillage, which he  asserted had been carried out systematically and accused the missionaries of participating therein.  Tlie minister of marine, M. I >e  Lanestan, replied that the government had ordered an, inquiry and  would punish all the guilty parties.  It Counts in Results  ^.cs1  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  Nice Sweet Butter  Cood Fresh Eggs  are our specialties. They ensure a delightful freshness in  all you cook, and attractive  daintiness when it is served  on your table.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10-  185 Baker Street  xxx_rxi-_ii_M_xxixz_xxxzxix_x_i_rm_Tt___x_xx:xzixxxxxix_ixzxixx_xx_xx  Have you  Stock of .  Seen our  FRIDAY'.. ..  SATURDAY  MONDAY ..  During these  three days  we will give  a straight  DISCOUNT  OF   20%  on  Sterling  Silverware  of all kinds.  i*  Call   and  examine  the  goods.   Every  piece is  a bargain.  T. H RRI  iiwn  We have ��� prepared for  the coming holidays in  Opera, Everet, Romeo,  Juliet, in black and tan  colors. We invite you  to ca'l and see them.  NEELANDS SHOE CO.  Baker Street.  fl  U-Uuuxuxiiiixxzxx-uurcuxnxxxxxxxxxzxxxxixzxxnxirx  y.*-">' T"*-  f'^__-_H  THE   BEST IS ANOTHER  NAME  FOR THE  "Regral Brand"  TEAS, ICOFFEES,  SPICES,  EXTRACTS and  BAKING   POWDERS  JEWELER.  Hakor SLrcct  NKLSO.V  WATCH HIM GET UP  Morrison & Caldwell  SOLE AGENTS.  The Red Front Grocery�����������%vxnv\wvv\**i_  BAKER  STREET  CHINA HALL  A Multitude of    _.-  ... SENSIBLE GIFTS ...  Nothing Ik better appreciated an a  holiday gift Uian some neat article of  Crockery or China, or somo choice  piece of Glassware for tho cllning-  tablc. It is always in use, and a constant remindorof tho donor'H thought-  fillness. See our stock of house fur- '  nishings, just opened.  ���   ���   ���  McFarland & Brockman  He wants to "get down to Patenaudo  Bros, early, before the rush, to make  his selection of Christmas presents. He  , has just awakened to (he fact that we  'hare only one price marked on all our  goods, and that the lowest in town.   .  FREE  ENGRAVING.  PATENAUDE BROS.  Watchmakers and  Manufacturing Jewelers.  NELSON.  First Door West of C. P. IJ; Offices  BAKER STREET.  LADIES' TRIIVIMED HATS  Endless Variety  And Prices to Suit.  MRS.   E.   McLA UGH LIN,  JOSEPHINE STREET.  TrTE^N^lirSCHOOl  .  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  KOOTENAY.  COFFEE CO.  ***************.*<���*******  Coffee Boasters  Dealers in yea an(j Coffee  ���*************.**]*.**:*.*.*.*.*.*.  Wo are oircrinpr at lowest prices Iho best  prades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Our Bos4, Moeha and Java Coffioo, per  pound -. **" 40  Moeha and Java Rltnd,':* pound--  1 IK)  Choice Blend Coll'ee,A (.ounds ...  1 00  Special Blend Coffee, 0 pounds ....... 1 CO  Uio Blend Coffee, 0 pounds  1 00  ypeeial Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  1  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  Boarding and Day School for Girls. Will re ���  open January 13th. Terms moderate. For term i  and prospectus apply to  MADAMOISELLE KERN, Principal  KOOTENAY COFFEE GO.  Telephone 177.  P.O. Boxl82.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   "POMMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  em-kins' and Pipes.-*1*"

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