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 ''-- --;-." ^'-<*xrr|  H  h  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  Weekly edition by mail  two dollars a year  ./  NDSTTH YEAR  NELSON:  THURSDAY MORNING JANUARY 3 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  THE BOEB INVASION CONTINUES  Lack of Arms Given as the Reason Why Cape Dutch  Have  Not Joined  Them.  MARTIAL  LAW   PROCLAIMED  IN   SEVERAL . DIVISIONS  X  London,  office has  dispatch"  "Dewet  Middlebnrg,  British now  ~F  January 2.���The war  received the following  from lord Kitchener:  tried to move toward  Bethlehem, but he was headed off  by Pitcher and retreated toward  Lindley or Ritss. One hundred and  thirty Boer horses have been captured near Thaba N'Chu. The  railway has been damaged south of  Serfonteiu. Williams engaged the  Boers southwest of  Cape Colony, and the  occupy Graaf Reinet."  Cape   Town,   January    2.���The  * British   battleship   Monarch    will  land guns  tomorrow as a precautionary measure.    The situation is  undoubtedly serious.  It is true that the Cape Dutch  have-not joined the invaders in any  considerable numbers, but a lack of  arms is believed to be the true rea-  -. son for their abstention. In many  "places horses are freely offered and  St?) information readily supplied to the  Boers. The early proclamation of  martial Law in the Cape Town division is sxpected. This division does  not include Cape Town itself.  The latest reports show the situation to be generally as follows:  Knruman, if still uninvested, probably soon will be; the ground is  lilled with small parties of Boers  who are working south toward  Prieska for tlie purpose of operating with or supporting Commandant Herbert, whose advance parties  are in the neighborhood of Frazer-  -burg. The Boers are close to Graaf  - I*,eiuet,-wl*.ei'0*_he*DutclHiave given  many demonstrations of extreme  sympathy. In the eastern part of  the colony the advance guard of the  Boers is close to Muraisburg, about  2.") miles northeast of Grader. The  general opinion here is that the position is not properly appreciated  in England. The Worcester conference excited the Dutch throughout the colony. Many old residents,  who are by no means alarmists, regard a general uprising of the  Dutch as quite likely.  London, January 3. ��� "Martial  law has been proclaimed in the  Worcestershire^Ceios���Priuce-Al***  bsrfc, Frazerburg and Sutherland  divisions," says tho Cape Town  correspondent of the Daily Mail,  wiring yesterday. "The enlistment  of volunteers is active and the best  authorities anticipate favorable developments shortly. Tho great  trouble is the scarcity of horses.  ���Seven hundred Boers have broken  tlie cordon at Zuarberg and aro advancing upon Richmond. The  magistrate there reports that they  are burning and lobtuig a few miles  from the town.  . "Lord Methuen is concentrating a  force at Vryburg, whither a thousand troops have been sent from  Kimberley aud others from more  northern towns to deal with, a commando that is raiding around  Kimiwan.  "The,Boers have reoccupied Jag-  ersfontein which, together with  -Fanresmith, the British evacuated  on Christmas day. The convoys of  inhabitants with hundreds of wagons extended for seven miles. It  -was a mournful sight. Camp was  ���pitched at Edenburg.  "I gather that the motive for the  .evacuation   was   the   difficulty of  ,   (maintaining   food   supplies  so far  ���from the railway."  Carnarvon, January 2.���The  Boers, commanded by Hertzog,  Weasels, Preotis and Nisuwenhaut,  are continuing their march'*- onj  Frazerburg. It is rumored that  they have- arrived at Spionberg.  Looting continues, the Boer horses  are foot-sore and there is great  want of fodder, as the country is  barren. Communication with  F,raserburg is suspended and it is'  doubtful when this will be restored,  inasmuch as the Boors are traveling along tne line. Colonel Thorny-  croft and colonel Deliale are continuing the chase there, but their  horses are very tired.  Many Dutch residents attended  the funeral of a Boer killed in -action and placed wreaths on his  ���coffin.  The Boers captured and destroyed  the mails due on December 30th.  , London, January 3.���It is understood that at the conclusion of the  operations in South Africa lord  Kitchener will become commander-  in-chief in India.  Annual Curling Tournament.  The annual tournament between  rinks representing the president  and vice-president of the curling  club will commence today. The  club met last night in the K-W-C  block to choose rinks aud appoint  skips. The division of members  was made as follows :  VICI'-l-RKSII'EN"]'.  ("*. J. Wilson  H. Hlnl  W. Irwin  V.   A.   Tamblyn,   vicc-  iwenidonl, skip.  S. Ci. Campbell  .1  Banyan  C. K. AlilN  J. Kilo, hkip.  W. A. Mucdonald  1J. K. Wilson ,  .A.it, Ilnchnnan  .fudge Forin, s"jip.  H. Goodeve  I)r. Armstrong  Ja. Gobey  A. Grant, skip.  .lohn A. Turner  .1. A. Uewur  '  G. Kydd  T. laillln. skip.  lltl'SIIaKN'T.  V. la. Irwin  Dr. Hawkey  O. Archibald  N T. Macleod, pi-ci'.-  >   dent, skip.  J. U. Wallace  'a..'.Miller  ,tt. R. Hedley  J. V. Weir, skip.  ]*iinoipal Soady  A. G. Gamble  Dr. Arthur  W. W. liter, skip.  C. D. J. Christie  Dr. HaU  J. A. Klrkpatrlck  A. T. Walley.Kkip,  U. M. Bird  .1. K. Annablo  George Hodge  11.11. Cameron, skip.  As other players rejoin the club  for tlie season further rinks will be  added. The object in view at the  end of the tournament is an oyster  supper to be provided by the losing  side. The series opens today when  the Forin and Beer rinks play.  Several games were played yesterday. In the afternoon the follow-  in}*" links contested : ._,  P. K. Wilson  Dr. Hawkey  Dr. Av bur  XV. W. Beer, skip, 12.  Dr. Armtl ronu  *H. Goodeve  AV. Rtahird'-n  .liuljjo Forin, skip,!).  Rinks skipped by Frank Fletcher  and J. II. Weir played ten ends last  night. The Fletcher quartette was  ahead at the end of that time, the  score being eleven points to six.  Well Satisfied With the Outlook.  Manager Burnett of the gas aud  coke company is well satisfied with  the business done by his company  during 1000, aud is sure of a large  increase during this year. The  company expended- over $ 100^000"  before receiving any return. The  owners of the company took chances  and their investment is proving a  profitable one. The number of  users of gas is increasing steadily,  and there is a ready sale for all the  coke the company makes at a price  that yields a good profit. The company's payroll aggregates several  thousands sa year, all of which is  spent in Nelson. One of the industries the company intended engaging in on a large scale was the manufacture of coke, and manager Burnett is still iu hopes that the directors will authorize the work to be  done at an early date.  Failed to Get Crowe.  CiiAmtON, Nebraska, .January 2.  ���The officers who were reported to  have captured 'Pat Crowe, the alleged abductor of young Edward  Cudahy of Omaha, while endeavoring to make good his escape across  the Pine Ri^jjge country yesterday,  are said to have been thrown off  their guard by Crowe's friends and  sympathizersj many of whom, live  near the agency. Crowe's friends  are believed to be spiriting him  away to the Hole-in-the-Wall  country in Wyoming.  A Fad.  A fad that should not havo been  made"a statute law is that of making a number, of very ordinary lawyers Queen's Council. Of all the  names below, how many of. them  are above the ordinary in ^ability,  yet an extra of the British Columbia Gazette has been issued by  order of the lieutenant-governor in-  council, so that they shall have precedence amongst themselves as  follows:  Charles Edward FooiaEY, Esquire,  Hugh Bowlsby Wiixson A i km an,  Esquire.  Gordon   Edward  Corbould,  Esquire,  Charles Wilson, Esquire,  Haiiry   Dallas   Hhlmukkn,   Esquire,  William John Taylor, Esquire,  Ernest Vining JJodwell, Esquire.  Alfred St. George Hammersley,  Esquire.'  Arthur Louis Belyea, Esquire,  Lewis Griffith.McPhillii'S, Esquire,  Aulay Morrison, Esquire,  WilliaSi John Bowser, Esquire,  Adolphus WiiaiaiAMS, Esquire,  Edward Pease Davis, Esquire,  Albert Edward McPhillips, Esquire. ���  Albert H. MacNeilTj, Esquire,  Frederick J. Fulton, Esquire,  Gordon Hunter, Esquire,  Robert Cassidy, Esquire,  Charles W. McAnn, Esquire,  Lyman P. Duff, Esquire,  Samuel Perry Mills, Esquire,  Albert E. Beck, Esquire.  QUARTER OF A MILLION PAID  TO THE DOMINION GOVERNMENT  DURING THE TEAR 1900.  Ey the People Who Live In and Trade  at Nelson, Whicli Is a Remarkable Showing.  During the year 1000 the people  of Nelson and those who do business at Nelson paid the Dominion  of Canada the sum of $250,000 in  'revenue. No other town in Canada  With a population of 7000 can make  as good a showing. The sources of  this revenue are as follows:  January   February   March   April   May   June   July....-   August'.   .September   October   November   December   Other revenues..  CUSTOMS.  Value of Goods      Duty  Imported.    Collected   3 w,_ir>       11.751   ���...    00,011       S3.S31        17.(151     m._u_       18,87:1       71,����   - aajisa      71,8a*       74,70(1 -      ii7,2i:i  $731,0_3  ? 15,1)02 07  11,577 55  U,tW 83  " 11.4-6 30  10.539 53  17.428 '13  10.023 *20  lS.OtH f0  11,173 ai  16,116 82  15,i_7 10  1.1,132 22  $161,054 81  1,770 ill  .-Total for year .v..-. .****-��� .*.\*731,02_-*r/*?165,.S2jl*75  INLAND REV EX UK.  Revenue Collected.   ? 4..341 7(1  .January   February   Marcli .'   April   M��y   June   July _���  August   Sepi ember   October   November   December   Total for year    POSTOFFICK.  Estimated foi tbe year   *. 916 77  .. 6,678 53  .. 4,21 (I 77  .. 4. !�� 20  .. 4.21*6 40  .. 3,300 �����  .. 1,11101  .. 8,510 Hi  ..   :>,mu  ..    5,375 33  ..    l,!l.'��i 11  ..951.352 2!)  llevcnu".  ..$2U,G2l 00  The exports for the year totalled  $985,130, the bulk of which was the  prodrrct^f~mines"irrNelsoinlistrict7  The returns of the custom house for  the month of December are as  follows:  .Amount of dutiable Imported goods $51,027  Value of free Imported goods  15,286  Total   Duty collected  Other revenue..   $67,213  .....$16,132 22           40 00  Total $15,172 22  Make Large Disbursements.  One of the most unobtrusively conducted businesses in Nelson is that  of the Dominion Express Company,  whose head offices are at Toronto,  Ontario, Nelson is a home station  for a do7.en or more messengers who  run as far east as Medicine Hat,  Alberta, and as far west as Midway, in Yale district. The disbursement at the Nelson office for,  wages and general expenses aggregate close onto $15,000 a year. All  of which is helping to make Nelson  a real rival to Spokane.  Storms in New York.  Oswego, New York, January 2.���  A blizzard has been raging fiercely  here this afternoon and tonight, accompanied by a heavy snow storm..  High winds prevail with a freezing  temperature.  Lyons, New York, January 2.���  A blizzard from the northwest arrived here tonight, snow falling an  inch for an hour. The mercury  dropped from two above at 10  o'clock last night to zero at 6  o'clock this morning. It has moderated slightly.  News to Change Hands.  London, January 2.���The Daily  News, it is reported, is about to  change honds. The new proprietors  have not yet been disclosed, but  the paper will continue Liberal,  probably without imperialistic tendencies. Mr. Henry W. Massingtou,  formerly editor of the Daily  Chronicle, may be the editor of the  Daily News under the new proprietary.  NELSON MINES AND MINING  HEWITT 'MINE   AT   SILVERTON  IS SHIPPING.  A Second  on the  Payment Has Been Made  May . and Jennie Pro- -  perty on' Forty-Nine Creek.  J. J. Fleutot, British Columbia  representative of the United Mines,  Limited; has' made the second payment on'the May & Jennie property  to. A. H. Kelly, from whom the  company bonded' the group a couple  of months ago;.. The payment-fell'  due on the_3rdMust���"but the United  people handed over their check for  $10,000 several days ago, which  may be taken as* an evidence of the  satisfaction the" May & Jennie has  given;" Since taking over the property a strong i crew has been at  work under the direction of Raoul  Green and *much development has  been added to the eight hundred  feet of work originally done by Mr.  Kelly. By this means an extensive  ore body has been blocked out and  it is generally reported tha*: Mr.  Fleutot. lias' placed a*n order for a  ten-stamp mill, a** rumor which carries weight in view of "the work  done prior -to the snowfall on the  -mill and flume" sites. Apparently  the United Mine^areon Forty-nine  creek to .stay] ~ a, fact which is of  very considerable importance to  that section. '���* The' creek drains a  considerable -portion of the great  free-milling beltjaxtending for miles  west'of the- city, aud the addition  of a big corporation to the-list of  operators -in^the" district, cannot  fail to benefit the district'generally.  Strike ^bn .the Monarch.  A strike of .considerable .importance is' repoi ted -from the Monarch  claim on the .east* fork of Cottonwood creek adjoining the Glad  Hand. A ten foot vein of- quartz  well mineralized and carrying gold  and copper\vaUies;>*^vfis located, and  samples of t'he"oi'_;*were brought iii  yesterday to be assayed. The ore  body was encountered in a 20 foot  crosscut leading from a 50 foot  tunnel. Comparatively little work  had been done ou the claim prior to  this time and the discovery, if the  ore proves to be of good quality,  will be of great interest to parties  interested in the section. Close to  the Monarch is the Robin Hood  group, on which development is  proceeding steadily. The east fork  district is staked to the source and  has the ground work for a prosperous camp on a small scale should  the-properties���now-being-worked  prove satisfactory. The results of  the assays of the" Monarch ore will  probably be known today.  Shipping From the Hewitt.  The Hewitt mine at Silverton is  now fairly launched in its program  of shipping for the winter, sufficient  snow having fallen in the camp to  make fairly good sleighing. Two  cars of tho ore, which is a dry product, arrived here yesterday for  the Hall Mines smelter. A recent  shipment of ten tons netted the  mine $1400, and it is estimated  that the shipment now to hand  will equal this average. The Hewitt adjoins tho Galena Farm and  now carries the second largest crew  iu the Silverton camp^ having 29  men at work. . It is under bond to  a syndicate of American capitalists,  who took hold of the property in  1899 and have worked steadily  since. The syndicate begins the  new century with 1.800 feet of.  work accomplished and 300 tons of  high grade ore sacked ready for  shipment at the mine. It is intended that this ore shall be forwarded to Nelson for treatment at  the rate of two cars a day.  Miscellaneous.  Superintendent Haul tain of the  Yellowstone minewas in the city  yestei*day on business.. The property in question is said by experts  who have seen it to be among the  best managed propositions in the  country. A big block of the stock  is held in Nelson and none of the  shares are on the market. The  management divulges no information about thcrnine, whieh renders  it difficult to secure a confirmation  of the report that the present battery of ten stamps is to be doubled  in the spring.  Walter A. Segsworth of this city  has been appointed assistant assay -  er in the laboratory of the Standard Pyritic smelter at Greenwood.  Mr. Segsworth left this morning to  assume the duties of his new oflice.  T. G. Procter is in Silverton today inspecting the work on the Silverton Boy property, which he is  working in. the interests of the  York-Manchester syndicate.  Another Rising,  San Juan, Porto Rico, January 2.  ���Passengers who arrived here today on the steamer Philadelphia  from La Guayra, December 30th,  say that a serious revolution has  broken out in the Maracaibo district of Venezuela. They add that  tho government troops have defeated the rebels and arrested 20  of the leaders. Another rising is  reported to have occurred in the  vicinity "of the Orinoco. The United  States auxiliary cruiser Scorpion  left here yesterday to join the  Hartford at La Guayra.  PROVINCE   AND   DOMINION  VANCOUVER  CITY AUTHORITIES  . WILL BURN  OLD SHACKS.  Canadians Recommended for Victoria  Cross���F��Uher O'Leary Endorsed  by Archbishop Begin.  Vancouver, January 2.���The  fact of .today being a provincial  holiday is made the basis of a refusal by the civic authorities to  obeyan injunction of chief justice  McColl in the supreme court. Ten  days ago the city council passed a  resolution that twenty cabins belonging to" J. R. Linton * on the  water front were to be destroyed  as unsanitary. The day fixed for  burning them was tomorrow, Thursday, but today an injunction was  granted to Linton by chief justice  McColl, restraining the city from  proccediug. Today, however, be-  ing'a provincial holiday, the registrar * could-., not '-issue - the- judge's  orderjahd "tlie city refuses to accept any other notice. Orders have  accordingly been given "tonight to  the chief of the fire department to  burn the buildings at 7 a. m. and  thus forestall the court authorities.  Want Tories Disqualified.  Montreal, January 2.���Ethier  and Prefoutaine, whoso elections in  Two Mountains and Terrebonne respectively, have been protested and  in Ethier's case personal disqualification asked for, have in turn filed  petitions asking for the disqualification of Messrs. Girouard and  ChauviYiTtli^lefeatedX'onservativc-  candidates.  Recommended for the V. C.  QurciiEC, January 2.���A private  letter received today from-South  Africa states that colonel Lessard  has been recommended for special  distinction, and major Turner of  Quebec, Cockburn, formerly of tho  Governor General's Body Guards,  Toronto; Kinsley, Haldimand Rifles;  and Holland, Princess Louise Dragoons, Ottawa, for Victoria crosses  for bravery iu recent actions.  Will Not Discipline O'Leary.  Quehec, January 2.���Archbishop  Begin has not yet received any  petition asking for the disciplining  of father O'Leary for reading the  Protestant burial service over Protestants in South Africa. He stated  that if one was received it would  not receive any consideration.  There is nothing forbidding Catholic clergymen praying for Protestant dead. ���  Daaf Mutes Wedded-  Ottawa, January 2.���Eva Jamie-  son and Alfred Evey were married  here yesterday afternoon. Both  are deaf mutes.  Americans May Stay.  Washington, January 2.���Minister Loom is at Caracas has advised  the state department that the impending trouble over the conflicting  asphaltconcession has been thwarted  for the present. There are node-  tails in the minister's dispatch, but  it is 'gathered tliat he has induced  the Venezuelan authorities to suspend arbitrary action looking toward the ejectment of somo of the  concessionaires until there can be a  calm, judicial determination of the  merits of the conflicting claims. It  is probable that the arrival of the  gunboat Scorpion at La Guayra has  also been a potent influence in  bringing about the present stay of  proceedings.  THE BUSSO- CHINESE AGBEEMENT  __________________      ' a  For Russian  Protection  of the   Manchurian  Province.  of  Fen   Ting.  CHINA TO RESUME GOVERNMENT ON CERTAIN CONDITIONS  London,** January 3.���In a dispatch to the Times from Pekin,  dated'December 31st, Dr. Morrison  gives the text of the Russo-Chinese  agreement for the Russian protection of the Manchurian province of  Fen Ting. Russia, he says, consents  that China shall resume the civil  government on the following conditions :  First.���The Tartar general Tsung  undertakes to protect and pacify  the province and to assist in the  construction of the railroad.  Second.���He must kindly treat,  feed and lodge Russians engaged in  military occupation and in the  protection of the railway.  Third. .-He must disarm and disband the Chinese soldiers delivering  to the Russians all munitions of  war in such arsenals as the Russians have not yet occupied.  Fourth.���All forts .and defences  in the province not occupiedby the  Russians, and all powder magazines  not required by them, must bei dismantled in the presence of Russian  officials.   - '.j - *_..-,,    ,    '. *'-*.'  Fifth.���Chang and other places  now in Russian occupation shall be  restored to the'Chinese civil-administration when. Russia is satisfied that the pacificatiou of- the  the province is complete.  Sixth.���The Chinese shall maintain law and order by local- police  under, a Tartar general.  Seventh.���A Russian political resident with general powers of .control shall be"stationed at Moukden,  to whom tlie Tartar general Tseng  must give all, information respecting any important measures.  The agreement will necessarily  be followed by similar agreements  with . reference to the otheV two  provinces. Then Manchuria will be*  de facto a Russian protectorate,  Russia by a pre-existing * arrangement having already the .right to  maintain all troops necessary-for'the  protection of the railway.*' **   V-  ���* **._r I  y��-  \:*-'t:  -~*>*-l I  KASER THREE INCHES AHEAD  At End of Third Day.   . '  Boston, January 2.���With' but  three inches to spare, Kaser,* the  German, crossed the finish line iu  the lead of the last mile of the third  day of racing at Park Square -garden. Cobby Walthour, the Southerner, was his closest competitor,  and the last man in the lot was not  more than ten yards in the rear.  Tlie"distarice"iit'rthe'eri"d of "the'day  was 582 miles and i laps. The day  brought one - retirement, that, of  Gougoltz, which was expected last-  night. His leg will h.*we to go into  a splint for a week or two. Muller  and Kaser are the only foreigners  left. Few spills and easy going  made a quiet day.  The third afternoon brought out  ten starters at 1:02. The first hour's  racing was slow and uneventful,  the 400 miles being reached in 20  hours, 42 seconds, with Kaser leading. Then Fischer made the pace  _andkept"it"forthe"rest"of thehourr  At the 21st hour the distance was  418 miles and 7 laps. Tho second  hour was a repetition of the first,  Fischer still leading. The distance  was 435 miles, 7 laps. Babcock was  435.2 and Muller 435.1 Gougoltz was  absent from the track most of the  hour, his score being 311.3. At 2:30  he finally quit, being hopelessly out  of the race.  At 3:25 Walthour tried to steal a  lap and a desperate sprint followed,  and Walthour failed of his purpose.  At the end of the third hour McEachern was in the lead with a  score of 453 miles and 7 laps. He  also lead at the 450th mile in 22  hours, 43 minutes, 45 seconds.  Toward the close of the 25th  hour, the pace quickened a little  and Fischer led at the finish, although closely pursued by Mc-  Eacheijnand Kaser. The distance  was^MHhiles, 2 laps, when tha men  were given an hour for supper. The  men were back on the track at 7:04  and McEachern jumped away into  the lead at the start. The race became a procession.  At 7:30 p. m. Kaser started to  sprint and shortly after Fischer  went down and Walthour went  into him. The latter was soon on  his feet, but the German was picked  up groggy, his head being bumped  quite severely. His return in ten  minutes was the signal for a hot  burst of speed, in which Kaser and  McEachern led. The spurt continued for a number of laps. The 500-  mile mark was passed in 25 hours,  31 minutes, 42 seconds, Kaser leading. Early this evening a physician announced to the referee that  Gougoltz, had ruptured the left  knee-pan ligament and that it  would be impossible for him to ride  any longer. His log will have to go  into splints for a week or more1  To Test the Cup Challenger.  London,    January    2. ��� British  sportsmen are preparing to give sir  Thomas Lipton.every assistance in  testing the Shamrock II.' Mr. Kenneth Clark of Paisley has. purchased G. D. Rose's Distant Shore  principally for the purpose of using  her for a trial, boat with the new  challenger. Captain Hogarth will  be the skipper of the boat designed  by Watson-and built in, 1900,,but  not launched. Mr. James��� Coats  "with similar intent has_pr'aeticaHy  completed negotiations for. the purchase of the Valkyrie III..', With  these two and with the additions of  th<*\ Sham rock I., -the; Sy bari t e���-, an d'  theTMetebr tlie' new cup. challenger  will be tested with a class of yacht-  such .as. no previous British competitor ever met. ' -   .  A HIGH SCHOOL IS WANTED  . *     '  .  *Many Pupils Available. .  The public schools reopen for tbe  ,winter session on Monday and in  this connection the question' of securing a high school for Nelson  comes to the front again. The fact  that nine of the pupils who wrote  at-therecent"entrance~examination"  here were successful makes the necessity for a higher branch of education than is afforded by the ordinary public school course more pressing than ever before. The number  of pupils available for high school  work is over tho requisite twenty  demanded by tho provincial authorities. In 1899 nine scholars passed.  Last year nine more passed the public school leaving examination and  this number is more than likely to  be increased by one, this case being  that of a bright scholar who was  taken ill just before or during the  examination aud for whom application has been made for a special  test. All the previous year's  students took up high school work  with principal Soady and with the  recent list makes a total of nineteen. It is safe to state that in addition to these there are at least ten  children in the city who have passed  the entrance in Nelson or elsewhere  and who would gladly take up the  work if a high school class was instituted on a proper basis. It has  been suggested that to secure a  temporary arrangement the department might be induced to appoint  an additional junior teacher for the  central school thus giving all the  staff a step in rank and leaving the  principal's entire time available for  a high school class, At midsummer  wheu the official scholastic year  ends a better arrangement could be  effected.  The record of the Nelson central  school in the recent entrance examination far exceeds that of any  other school.in the Kootenays and  probably excels any school in the  province. The percentage of pupils  passed was 90, a performance which  reflects credit on the class of youngsters raised iii Nelson and on the  teacher who prepared them for the  test, ��� yy  &�����  ���yd  ��    -I  X2 THE TRIBUNE:  KELSON B. C ^HUttSDAt; JANUAftY .5 1901  ..t__0 0*__   0'00'��f'0-l-��'0f'0-0f^ V'f'.*'*a*_*.'S'^;,'T('^'-a'.    I  /^s��*:��ap��'.e:ap��PC'.sr-**''��?"?-*r      -s-^^-^B^^JSJ^s^^.^^y  Hi  Ht  \*  H(  Hi  i*  ��� ������  Don't  :*-�����  TO MAKE YOURSELF BELIEVE THAT  THE WINTER IS 0 VER  ************************  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  to  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  m  Ht  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  .i<  \H  You are 4 wearing may have been good Hi  enough for Pall, but we are foretelling Hi  cold weather for January, and advise Jg  you to come right in and make a swap ^  for something heavier. ���$  '0  We have snaps and only want the chance t}\  to show them to you. (���>  Good, Neat, Natty Suits, from $8.00 to #>  $17.00 JJJ  If1  ������      90      ��� ���  Hi  Hi  (Hi  m  m  (a  in  m  $ REDUCTIONS  OP  ************************  25��/  /o  ALL DOWN  LINE.  M  THEjji  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  m  TELEPHONE  13  w  m  'Hi  f.i)  .&&.  ��h�� fSrtbmte*  Why   should   the   city   furnish  water or electric light at cost?   If  these necessities should be furnished  at cost, why should the city not go  into the business of furnishing other  necessities,   such   as   whisky,   and  coal, and flour, and , meat at cost?  No one is compelled to buy electric  light from the city.   If people use  electric light, it is because they find  it convenient.   No one is compelled  to buy water from   the city.    If  they buy water from the city, it is  --because it-is=more^convenient-than-  having it delivered in any other  way.   Why should the city borrow  money on the credit of all the real  estate within   the   city   limits in  order   to   furnish   any   individual  with either water or light at cost?  Rvery town lot in Nelson is  mortgaged to repay, the money-that has  been expended in constructing.the  water and electric light systems.  The city council is by law required  to levy a tax annually to meet the  amounts required for interest ou  the city indebtedness and sinking  fund charges.    More:   The owners  of improved real estate are held responsible for the payment of water  rates.     Civic ownership of water  and light systems is right, because  ib not   only   has   a   tendency   to  cheapen  these   necessities,   but it  gives their control to the people  themselves.    What city of importance today, besides San  Francisco,  is supplied with water by a private^  company?   And what city supplies;  water   at   co3t?     Nelson   supplies  water and electric light to those of ���  her people who prefer such services.  A fair profit is  made in doing so.  The profit is expended for the good  of all the people in  the  city.    It is  expended in different ways.    Part  of it is expended in laying side-  . walks   and   in    making    passable  streets. These sidewalks aud streets  are absolutely necessary, and they  are used by poor and rich alike.  If their cost was not derived from  the profits realized from the sale of  water and electric light, it would  have to be derived from direct tax  a tion of  real   estate,  owners  of  would like to see the rate of taxation ou real property doubled or  trebled or quadrupled? This is an  issue in the present civic campaign.  It is a fight between the class who  pay no taxes, but who want the  city to furnish them water and electric light at absolute cost, and' the  class who believe that the city  should manage its water and electric light sj'stems on business principles, so that the profit can be used  for the benefit of all the people. No  man who favors the idea of the city  furnishing water and electrie light  at cost should be elected to the city  council, no matter what his other  qualifications may be. Require all  candidates for alderman to place  themselves on record on this  question.        .."���'  Captain John PATBBSOaV has  handed Thr Triijunb a copy of the  centenary number of the Dundee  Advertiser. The Advertiser was  the first newspaper printed in Dundee, and there are only three other  newspapers printed in Scotland  that are centenarians, namely, the  Glasgow Herald, Aberdeen Journal,  and Kelso Mail. The Advertiser is  edited by sir John Leng, M.P., who  has occupied that position since  1-851���fifty years. Ib is Liberal in  politics, and is_said to be one.of the  most influential^journals Jn Scot ���  land. Dundee has 175,Ot5o people  within its limits, and is a very  wealthy city, being the center of  the jute industry.  Were the Bonnington Falls Power Company allowed an entrance  into Nelson, would its management  supply electric light to the people  who prefer to use ib at cost? No I  Would the people in Nelson who  are now clamoring for water and  electrie light at cost ask them to do  so? No! Would the profits of the  company, or any portion of them,  be used in making streets or laying  sidewalks iii Nelson? No! Then  why support men for aldermen who  are unwilling to declare themselves  on this question?   Don't do it!  An Ottawa boy named Malloy  went to South Africa as a private  _.       How many I in one of the .contingents sent from  real   estate in Nelsou J Canada to help thempthereountry.  He has returned to Ottawa blind.  The people of that city are talking  of schemes for his benefit. The  people of Ottawa are wrong.  Private Malloy should not be a  charge'on anyone. The treasury of  Cauada should take charge of all  such men. ...lie risked his life for  his country. His country is not  risking anything in providing him  with a pension as long as lie lives.  Tun TitimJNE calls on W. A. Galliher, the member-elect for,. Yale-  , Cariboo, to see that private Malloy  of Ottawa is voted a yearb1* pension  of .$r*00. That is the way to "take  care of blind volunteer soldier.*3,  and the only way.  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   " POMMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  Smoking* and Pipes.  TO THE ELECTOBS OF NELSON:  At the request of a number of electors, I have  decided to oilier myself as a candidate for mayor  at the coming civic elections. I have served as  alderman two years of the four during  which tho city has been conducting its own affairs, nnd my record while in the council on tho  questions that are now the most important issues-  before the people of the city ia such as will bear  inspection.  1 believe that the city has valuable assststn the  water and electric light systems, and white in  the council 1 did everything possible to safeguard  these asset-*; and if elected mayor no act or vote  of mino will be in favor of allowing any outside  corporato interest to becomo a competitor with  Ihe eity in the business of electric lighting, a  business in which the city has already invested  $70,000.  While in tho council in 1897,1 voted in favor of  incorporating a fair wage clause in all con'racts,  and that principle was carried out in both letter  and spirit. I sco no reason to change my views  on that question now. And I .believe, further,  that with competent foremen "and superintendence I hat the city can get as good value for tho  money spent by���having tho great bulk of its work  done by day's labor-as by the contract system,  and no good reason can bo advanced why the'  city should not pay tho same rate of wages and  work men the same number of hours "as prevails  in private enterprises. -     ".'  I am in f_vor of giving Iho business and prop.-  crfcy interests every safeguard- possible, and to  that end 1 believe the fire department should be  made as efficient as possible, consistent with the  revenues of the cily.  Nelson should be kept in advance of its rivals,  and everything possible must be done to induce manufacturing enterprises lo locate here,  for it is the payrolls that build up tho cities of  today.  Nelson, a western city, is as orderly and law  abiding as eastern cities. Thi-* is because the  people of Nelson are tolerant. I believe that this  spirit of toleration should be continued, and 1  will If elected mayor do no act to abridge or curtail the rights or piivilegcs of'one class of our  citizens merely because another class may have  diliferent -views.  The ci'y has made a start in permanent street  improvements, and Iain in favor of continuing  theso improvements as fast as possible, with due  regard io the revenues of the cily.  If elected mayor, I am in a position and will  pledge myself to devote my time to the conduct  of (ho city's business.  FRA.NI- FLETCHER.  Nelson, December I'.th, 11)00.  A  CARD.  TO Till* RATEPAYERS OK THK ClTV OK NELSON Ladies and Gentlemen: Having been requested by a number of friends (ratepayers) in  thN city to become a candidate for alderman in  the East ward, I may say I have plenty of spare  =timeon=handrand=woukVbe-plea8ed=to=dcvoto=a^  portion of it toward attending to your interests,  not only in the Kast ward, but throughout the  eil.y generally. Should you deem my sei vices  acceptable, and honor mc with a placo at your  municipal hoar?, I shall do my best to merit, tho  confidence placed in mo.   Faithfully,  JOHN  PATERSON.  Nolson, R. C, Doeembor 21t,h, WOO.  ANNOUNCEMENT.  To tiik Ei.KC'i'ou- or 'tup. West Waiid:  I beg lo announce myself as a candidate for  alderman for the West Ward at the coming civic  election, and solicit your vote and interest.  HAROLD 8ELOUS.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  PUBLIC  NOTICE.  .* :_����� ^*��  Public notieo is horeby given to tho Electors of  the Municipality of Hie City of Nelton that I  require tho presenco of said electors at tho  council chamber of the city olllce on Josephine  ttreet in tho said citz on .Monday, tho fourteenth  day of January, 1IKI1, at 12 o'clock noon, fir 'tho  purpose of selecting persons to rcpicsent them in  'io municipHl council as mayor and aldermen. "  The candidates shall bo nominated in writing,  the writing shall be suosc.-ibea by two voters of  the municipality as proposer and seconder, and  shall be delivered to the returning olllccrat any  time between the date of this nonce and 2 p.m.  of the day of the nomination, and in the event of  a poll being necessary such Roll shall be opened  on Thursday, tho seventeenth day. cf January,  1901, at the fallowing places, viz:  For the Kast Ward at the cily polico court on  the cast side of Josephine street, between Iiaker  and V.c*oria streets, and  For the West Ward at the ofllce of tho Ex  chequer Gold Mining Compiny on the nor, h side  of iiaker street, between Stanley s root an L  ICootonay streot, and such poll will ho opened at  S o'clock a.m. and kept open until 1 o'clock p.m.  on the said seventeenth day of January, 1<X)1, of  which every person is hereby require.1 lo take  notice and govern himsolf accordingly,  Tho qualifications by law required to bo  possessed by the candidates for the offices above  mentioned areas follows:  Fur mayor -such persona as are mile British  subjects of the full age of twenty one jean*, and  are not disqualified' under any law, and havo  been for the six months noxl. preceding llio day  of nomination the registered owner in the Land  Registry olllce -of .land or real property in the  eiy of tho assessed value on the lost municipal  asses'ment roll of one thousand dollars or more  over and above any registered incumbi-anco or  charge, and who are otherwise duly qualified as  municipal voters.  Kor aldermen, such persons as are male British  subject* of tho full age of twenty-one years, and  art) not disqualitlcd underany law, and have been  for the six months next preceding th*�� day of  nomination ihe registered owner in tho Land  Registry of bind or real property in tho city of  Ihe assessed value on tho Ust municipal assofe-  mfinl, roll of five hundred dollars or more over  and above any regisiered incumbrance or charge,  aiid who are otho wise qualillcd as municipal  voters.  Oi ven under my hand at Nelson, in tho province  of British Columbia, the fourth day o( Ja  mr  to  to  to  to  to  to  i ^g0 * Mg0* ��^ ��� __W^m M0 * _\^t0 ��� __(f ���'' U0* __& -*  . ���>___: *X^ ���>  * ^���^ �����  . '%i. ��� ^fe. ���-_: ��� >__. ���  ^ .^. ^ .^. ^ ���*^-�� >_* ��^_. ��� >>_�� ��� ^-��2^*.  & CO  ���5  to  ���********************:*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.^.t.*f^f:.  to  to  to  to  to  to  PREPARATORY TO STOCK-TAKING  COMMENCING  3i  (���}> HOSIERY, DRESS GOODS, SILKS,   TABLE LINENS,   TOWELS,  MILLINERY, MANTLES, FURS  (fV        CARPETS, CURTAINS, REMNANTS FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS AT BARGAIN PRICES.  ll\ ************************  SKIRTS-Ladies Ready-Made from $2  upwards.  BLOUSE   WAISTS���Our full stock of  Ladies Waists at half price.  MILLINERY���All our Ladies Trimmed  Hats to clear at Half price.  LADIES COSTUMES-Ladies  Tailor-  Made  Suits,  we  will   sell   the  balance at Bargain  Prices.  Remnants of Silks, Dress Goods, Prints, Flannels, Table Linens, Carpets, etc., at less than Half Price.  r *************.****.*.***.*.**.  fQh   MANTLES���Ladies Jackets, Coats and  ���*��� Golf Capes at less than. cost.  FURS���Balance of our Fur stock at  25% Discount.  DRESS GOODS & SILKS-We offer  our-stock of Dress Goods and  Dress Silks at 20% Discount.  Si'ks for Evening .Wear, a large  stock offered at 20% Discount.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  CARPETS & FLOOR OILCLOTHS-  20% Discount during the sale.  WINDOW SHADES-At greatly reduced prices. Bargains in odd  pairs of Lace Curtains.  WEAR���Mens Fleece-Lined  Underwear from 60c each, up.  Bargains in Mens Ties, etc.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  MENS  to  to  to  to   & CO.  ^^*   ^-___    *   ^tot    *^^__    *   ^Bt    *^^.    *    ^**-^aa*~-.    "^toh.    *    ^"a-aW    f ^___*L     *   ^fe    *^__k.     *   ^___    * ^__k.     ���   ^____*   ��� ^^      ���   ^B___     * *     __���_?   *   ____#*     ____#    ���    _____���* ���     _____P    ���    _____?���     ______f, ���    _____��*     _____f   ���    ______ '���    _____?   ���    _____*���    _____,*   ���    __������? ���     A____4   ���    ____0   ��� ___F  ^ _ ^^ 7    j���*    -zts     r ^^ ^^ "   ^^     ^^      ^^    ^^     ^^ -^^     ^^    ^^     ^^ ^^    ~~~    ^^    ^-*~   ^n*~    ^���~   ^~~l*   ^���*~   ^���~    ^**   ^aw   >^^   m^   ,^���~   t*--*    ^-~* i>~^  to  to  M  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson"  American -and .European^Plans.   . ..;  *.*--. ������   A__JH__�� - T      ���*'.;'  ���--'   ���     - i  MEALS   25    0ENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY TCLTCCTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO *1    QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and   flrsb-olase  dli__g-roam. Ssanple.roomafarcomrnerclalnien.-  RATES $2 PER DAY  P. Bmms &Co.  Head Officii at  NELSON,. B. 0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at. Nelaon, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, Nef  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand -Porks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.          Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ALL KINDS OV.  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson  m-Tni-RU BY MATTa RT*In��I1''BI OA.RWWTTT. AVI) 'P*f*_*'_rP'��*'  ATTBimnV  ROSSLAND   BrvaUNE^RIINQ  WORKS  cunlipfje & McMillan  Founders and  Machinists, Specialty of Oro  Cars, Ore-Bin  Doors and Cenaral Mining Machinery.  List of Eocond-haed machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and is as good.  as new  1 2>-ET. P. Locomotive-type boiler, with engine attached and nil fittings, ready to turn on steam.  1 I,'"x8" Double-Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist ������"������-  1 Sinking Pump, No .5 Cameron, New York.  1 ja"."*<8" DiTuWo-Cjlinder^Friction Drain-Hoist, built by Iiigeisoll Co,  L pattern  Njrs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  LATE OF THE ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY  ffjadden House 'tertSS'.  The onlj hotel in Nelaon, that has romalned  nndor one managomeut since 1890.  Tho bed-rooms ore well furnished and lighted  by electricity.  The bar In always stooked by the best dom 8-  Uo and Imported liquors.and olgars.  THOMAS. MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large comfort-  aMn rawmo.   Firoh-nlann table board.  Ask Your Qrocer_  .or New  v_l Sinkin< Pump, 10_xfi_xJIV',-jmtside packetVplunger...   -     -     Wntch-this*advortlTehient"for further lists, or write lis before you buy for complote list. "Wo  may havejust what you want.  ���    Agents for Northey Pumps.   Slock carried.  P.  O.  Box 198. THIRD  AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  our filters i it COSTS BUT ONE OENTj��Sg;cN^i-fiT_|a  A.RE   FILTERS  To drop us a post card that we may call and. give, estimates.  It saves.many dollars.  Never   have any plumbing done until you havo seen our goods..and our prices.  OPPOSITB  p laTriiripir'in.  STI? ACHAN BROTWKT?S. Plumbers.  SWEE3T '.QIDBR-  for Mince Pies.  CIDER VINEGAR  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  R. REISTERM&M.  IlREWKna AND H01TI._��_1 0��  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE GO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  '���*********************.*.**.  We are offering at lowest prices tho best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Our Bes*-, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound S   10  Mocha and Java.Blend, 3 pounds.....   "  Cholco Blend' Coffee, 4 pounds ........  Suecitf 1 Blend Coffee, fi poueds   Rio Blend Coffee, (I pounds......   Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO II. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  WORK^.^  EXPERT HORSESHOEINC,  Special attention given to jll kinds of repnlrlng  and ciistoui work from c. rsido-points. Heavy  bolts made to order on shuif notice.  1 00  1 00  l-lX)  1 00  30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  11)01.  A. K,  anuary,  BTRACHAN, ReturuiiiB Onlcer,  ^A^lfe,     Browery at Mal-on  B. C. EXPRESS  and Transfer Oo.  Baggage and ozpross moved to any part of the  oltr.   apodal attention given to heavy teaming.  Office with the Nelson Wine Co., Iiaker streot.  GEO. F. MOTION, Manager.  Telephone 03.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  -   Telephone 177.  P.O. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Display in  E.all Suitirigs  P. J. RUSSELL,  Buyer.and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prices  Prompt Returns  Fair Assortment  Ship by Express.   NELSON, B. O.  NOTICE.  All parties having oloiuis against the Nolson  Trades and Labor Assembly will present them at  once for payment ._.-_���--__  ���  ���f. H, MA-HKSON, SecreUry.  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, Baker Street.  FRED J. SQUIRE. Manager.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL B LOGIC.  - Largo stock of high-class Imported goods. A I  specialty of the square shoulder���tho latest j  faslUouinooata. 1  A. R. BARROW, A.M.LC.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and Kootonay Streeta.  P. O. Box &_). ���    TBIaKlPHONK KO, V,  ENGINEERS.  OHARLKS PARKER-Mlnlng and milling en-  gineer.  Tarner-Boeokh Block. Baker street.  Nnlun*-.  ARCHITECTS.  EWART & CARRIE���Archlteota.   Rooma  and 8 Aberdoon {dock, Baker utreet, Ne&on  A  WHOLESALE TRADE.  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  nnHORPB" & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  -L and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholosale doalers in eerated -waters and  fruit syrups. . Solo agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral wator.   Telephone GO.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TKKTZKL & CO.-Corner Baker and  ��� Josephino streets, NoIhou, wholesale deal  ers ln assayers -supplies. Agonts for Denve  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker street,, Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers in liquors,' - cigars  cement, firo brick and fire day, wator pipe and  ���steol-rails, and general, commission merchants.  ELEOTEICAL   SUPPLIES.     -;  KOOTBNAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY���"Wbolesaledcal-  ers In telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block, Nolson,  FLOUR AND FEED.  ���ORACKMAN - KER MILLING COMPANY  ���tJ ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootonay Points. .  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R. Mills at Victoria, New WeHb-  . minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  AYLOR   FEED & PRODUCE  CO.-Baker  street,   Nelson   (Ooorgo   V.   Motion's old  stand),   Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty.   Correspondence solicited.  Phone 26.  FRESH AND SALT HEATS.  P    BURNS &   CO.���Bakor  street,   Nelson,  ���  .wholesale doalers ln froshand oured meats.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Front and  ��� Hall streots, wholosale grocers and  'obbors in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maokinaws and minors' sundrius.   .  OOTKNAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMI-  TED���Vernon   street, Nolson,   wholesalo  grocors.  TOHN CHOLD1TCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-  "   son, wholesale grocers.  JY. GRIFFIN & CO.���Front atroet, Nelson.  ���   wholosale   doalers   In   provisions,   cured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josophlno  ��� stroets, Nolson, wholesale dealors ln hardware and mining supplies. Agonts for Giant  Powder Co.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  Bakor St., Nelson, wholesale   dealors ln  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers'supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BBETON & CO.-Corner Vornon  ���*��� and. Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers ln liquors, oigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Bakor  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and block :blast_ig powders,  wholesale dealors In caps and fuse, and eleotrlo  blasting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.  ���KTBLSON-SAW   AND  PLANING   MILLS.  ���"   LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets,  NolBon, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  .  La sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINS COMPANY, MM*.  TED���Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In vtlues (case and balk,  ana domnshlo and JmnbrlWl n_m.rn. ?&fr. I':-:.'.*W^:.  __l_ir TKIBTH^ _ i.oi  _*��__,  BANK OF I0NTBBAL  I  CAPITAL. aU paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST      7.000.000.00  ���ONDIVIPBD PROFITS       -127,180.80  jord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Oeorgo A. Drununond Vice-President  K. S. Clouslon Gonoral Manager,  NKI.SON BRANCH  Cornor Bakor and Kootonay Streots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  X    V7    Branches ln London (Rngland) New York,  Ciiicaoo, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  Exchange and Cable  Credits,  .f     Buy and sell Sterling  ������*  Transfors. . _.       .  i >*     Grant  Commercial; and  Travelers'  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc  V  THE CAffilAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  ��� with which is amalgamated  THE BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD 01TICK: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  $8 000.000  -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Savings Bank Branch  CUURKNT RATK OP WTKRE8T PAID.  DIRECTORS:  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,  President. Vice-President.  AV. 11. Hamilton   M. Legcu't.   J.vs. Ckatiiku.n'  John* IIosi*ix, Q.C.; LL.D.; '  J. XV. Fi.aykm.i-:  XV. I**. If. Maswhy A. Kingman  ,   NOTES  OF  MINES  AND  MINING.  Tien Thomas, who wns  it  pioneer  on Toad mountain, and who  ufter-  \  wards worked in the  Sloean, has  >-encountered'some high grade-cop-  !.\pei* ore in pro3pecta he   is develop  ing   on  Rainy  creek  county, Montana.  in   Flathead  The San Frauciseo branch of the  United States mint during the  month of November broke all previous records there, having coined  into United States coin $13,200,000  of gold dust, nuggets, bars and  foreign gold coin.  All the ore aud concentrates of  the Sb Eugene mine at Moyie, East  Kootenay, are now sacked. This  week, says the Moyie Leader, a  shipment of 250 tons was made to  Perth Amboy, New .Jersey. It is  likely that a good portion of the  sacked ore will- be shipped to  Germany.'          The Similkameen Star of Princeton, Yale district, is authority for  the statement that Smith Curtis,  M. 1\ P. of Rossland riding, and R.  A. Brown have placed a large block  of .Sunset mine stock in New York,  and that work is to be resumed on  the mine, which - is located -near  l-.in_ii.on. *    ��  The Nettie E... mine in Lardeau  district, is sacking 200 sack9 (about  10 tons) of ore a day, 9ays the Ferguson Eagle.- Twenty-men-are employed at the . mine, while others  are employed in rawhiding the ore  from the mine to the . ore house at  Ferguson.  IP. Graham, formerly, with the  Tangier company at Albert Canyon,  has taken It. W. Gordon's place  with the Ruth mines at Sandon.  B. E. Walker, " d. H. Plummer,  General-Manager. Assl. Qen. Manager.  A. II. illKl.ANU.  Chief Inspector and Superintendent of Brunches.  London Offloe, 60 Lombard Street. E. C  S.  GA.MI'UDN*   ALHXANDKl', Manager.  New York Office, 10 Exchange Place.  Amx. laAiKi) iiml W'm. Okay, Agent a  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD OFFICK. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,468,603  $1,700,000  BRANCHESOF THBBANKIN CANADA  Ontario.  Ottawa  Ayr  Haurik  llm.i.Kvir.i.i*.  hi-ui.iN  Rl.K.VIII-'IM  llKAN'I'KOKI)  Cayuua  Chatham  C'o'.l.I.N'GWOOI)  Dkksdkn*  DU.N'DAS  DUNNVIl.l.I*  l<*OBT Kl'ANCRS  Gai.t  (aODKUICIl  (a'OELl'II  Hamilton*  London*  Okanokvii.i.k  Paris  . I'.vkk-iiii.i.  1'ktrkiioko  POKT l'KltliY  St. Catha kinks  Kaknia  Sault Stk. Makiu  Skakoktii  Sl.MCOI*  .STItATI'OItD  NTIiATIIHOY  Tokojjto (8 offices)  TORONTO .1 UNCTION  WA1.KKKTON  WaMCHH. VI I.I.I*  Watkki.oo  WlNl'_Olt  Woodstock  Quebec: Manitoba:  AlONTRRAr.        . AVlNNH'KC  -   Yukon District:  Dawson AViiitk Housk  British Columbia:  Ati.i.v  Nhi-sosT  Craniikooi*:  New Wkst.missti:i*  FEK.NIK  K0.131.AND  lillKKNWOOI)  Sandon  Kami.ooi-.s  Vanc-ouvkr  Nan.vi.mo  VlCTOIHA  IN THB UNITED STATES:  Nkw Yokk, N. Y.        ��� Seattle, "Wash.  San KiiANt'isco, Oai,.     Pok'i'i.and, Okk.  Skagway, Alaska.  Geoi*RO W. Hughes of Sandon is  shipping oro froui the Sunset mine.  For tho year 1000 assayer Fred  A. Wing of tho United States assay  ofllce-at Seattle said that* the receipts at the oflice have been 40 IS  tons of gold and silver. - The total  quantity of gold for the year was  l,'315,122.*Il troy ounces, with an assayed value, of $22,038,755.12, and  ib represented the. individual deposits bf 7100 persons. Over $1(5,-  000,000 came from the Klondike  ond the remainder from other parts  of Alaska, British Columbia, Wash-*  ington- and other' states. Nome's,  f=*ou t pti t" was-$3^-2_r^7-2fl^wli ie h=is=  considered good, taking into account the lack of water there and  the almost endless litigation.  Tho production of metals in Idaho  during the year 1900 amounted to  $14,150,000, an increase of $501,582  over 1899, The gold production,  .according to present estimates, fell  off $500,000, while that of other  metals increased. The figures for  tlie year areas follows: Gold, $2,000,-  000; silver, $0,000,000; lead, $0,000,-  000; copper, $150,000.  According to the 'annual'statement issued by Wells, Fargo & Co.  the mines of Utah have produced  metals during 1900 to the value of  $10,011,290. This is an increase of  nearly $4,000,000 over the product  of 1S9D. Over $4,000,000 of this  product was in gold.-  The Rocky Mountain News of  Denver gives the following totals  as the result of carefully compiled  statistics of Colorado's mineral output for the year 1900: Gold, $35,-  183,457; silver, $15,445,398; lead,  .$7,317,810; copper, $2,341,379; zinc,  $1,540,000; iron, $5,08_-020; coal,  $9,025,000; total, $70,622,074.  ��� The Knocker.  With the dawn of civilization,  "jealousy was born. There will always be men who will always miss  the train of prosperity and remain  sour and disgruntled for the rest of  their lives. This class is appropriately called "knockers." *?In mining  camps the "knocker" is found in  great variety of form. There is  the "knocker" who has been told  that the title will not bear investigation f that the ore body is too low  giade to work; that tho ore bodies  are pinching; that Bill Smith has a  better mine for sale at less money;  and that generally all mine operators are suspicious characters unless he (the "knocker") is personally  identified  with the deal.   Iii the  Bankers in London���Tho Hunk of Scotland;  Messrs. Smith, Payne & Smiths.  -Bankers in Now York���Tho American Kxchange  -   National Hunk. "  Agents in Chicago���The Northern Tiust Company.  Agents in New Orleans���The Commercial .National Hank.        SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Inlerest allowed   on   deposits.    Present  ralo  three per cent. ,  GRANGE V; HOLT,  Manager Nelaon Branch.  search for metals "two men may  start equal. Both locate on the  same lode and work with the great-,  est harmony. At night they sit at  their camp fires, their hopes, ambitions aud sorrows are shared.  But let one of these men secure  capital to develop his individual  claim and at once a coolness spriugs  up between them. The old partner  cannot understand why it was not  his mine that was developed. The  friends drift wider apart. One  grows richer; the other becomes  more bitter. Their mines may be  equally valuable, but the owners  are not equal in energy aud push.  Perhaps the best definition of a  "knocker" is one who has failed.  Mine Timbering.  * Probably nothing in the world  can be said to exceed in structural  wonder of its kind the labyrinthian  system of surface timbering peculiar to the mines on the Comstock  lode, at Virginia and Gold Hill,  Nevada, the sum of $35,000,000  being considered a moderate estimate of the cost of the same from  the opening of the mines to the  present time. The size of the timbers varies from huge pieces sixteen  inches square and twenty-four feet  long to the smaller pieces eiglit  inches square used in cribbing. The  species employed are chiefly yellow  pine, fir and cedar, fully two-thirds  of the whole amount being thelQrst  named���a favorite timber, in fact,  with mine carpenters, on account  of its exactitude in joining. Cedar,  of course, is inferior to no known  timber, not even excepting redwood, for its lasting qualities underground, but it is said that yellow  pine,has been taken from the lower  levels of these mines so compacted  by the enormous pressure it has  withstood as to have a density and  weight exceeding those of lignum  vitae. None of the timbers in the  Comstock mines has j-et badly decayed, and their life there cannot  be accurately determined, but the  heat and vapors of the mines surcharged with mineral atoms appear  to have a decidedly preservative  effect upon the timber.  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Bangers.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Hoarding and Day School for Girls. Will ro-  open January 15th. Terms moderate. For term I  nnd prospectus apply to  MADAMOISELLE KERN, Principal.  D.R. WUkle, General. Manager.  ~_. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Stroet  J. M. LAY. Manas;-" -  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.  WEDNESDAY'S QUOTATIONS.  stork.                                     Asked. Bid  B. C. OoldFlolds  S .     2_ .     21  BlnokTuil          12 7  Brandon & Golden Crown           7- 1  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate...          8 7}  Cariboo Hydraulic      1(1' 1 (H  Centre Star       1 -JO 1 **i  Crow's NoJt Pass Coal          58 S.i  California           fij 4  l)e-r  Trail  Consolidated          ��i 2i  ftvening Star .*.           8 fl ���  Fairviow Corporation            21 2i  Gi-.nl           .'I _h  Iron Mask          \1 31  Monte Christo           3 1*  Montreal & London           7 6}  Morning Glory            !) (i  Morrison           3V 23  Mountain Lion-.          2,> 13  Noble Five           i 2  North Star         ft-> 88J  Old Ironsides         7.*i 'Iii  Olive          1-2 ��l  Payne       70 Ci  Princess Maud           3 1  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...         20 25  Republ'c          Iii (10  PI' can Soveieign          10 71  Vananda           i\ 2  Virtue .*         31 25  War Eagle Consolidated      IB 112 "  Waterloo            2} 2  White Bear           ii i\  Wiunipeg            3 2  SALES.  fi00"i White-Bear  IV  1000 Vannnda  24  ���Xel Hammond Reef  IS  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coastv  Flooring  local and coast).  Newel Posts  Stair Bail .  Mouldings  Shingles  .Bough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  UT WHAT.TOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  W"K WILL MAKE IT POR TOW  CALL AND GET PRICES.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NKLSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  -     (LIMITED)  '-  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lurr-ber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Goast"Flobriiig"rCeiIi*_grIriside_Fin^  ish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.  CAfyBLE & O'HEILLY  Baker Street  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  AGENTS  FOR RENT  G-roomed houso and bath, together with kitchen  rani-o, complete with hot and cold water, Observatory street, magnillccnt view; rone, including water rate, ?2o per month.  5-roomod house, corner Cedar and Carbonate  streets; $20 per month.  fi-roomed house, Hume Addition ; 915 per month.  4-roomed cottage, Goro street $12.90 per month.  9-roomed houso, corner of Hill and Hall streets;  $30 por 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  A-otil- <*��� Ta, IaHlNNOX. Solicitor. l-Jaloon ****.  0  C.W. West & Go.  COAL I ���   WOOD I  Hard Coal     ft in 7K I Crow's Nest  Anthracite    *��IW��'0 | Coal  __>_SXaI*V*E!*B*__r>  $6.15  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can be accepted unless accompanied  by cash. _______  Office:   Corner of Hall  and Baker Stroets.  TELEPHONE 33.  Lethbridge Gait Coal  The best value for the money In tbe market  for all purpoaoB.  terms cash     W. P. Tibbnky, General Agent*  Ti*lflnhnjia W7.    Offlnn ���-Hlih 0.1>. J. OhrlnMn.  MUSIC.  Mrs. I). B. Murray, graduate In vocal and Instrumental music, is now prepared to receive  pupils for instruction in voice culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A. Macdonald building, corner Josephine and  Vernon street. ��  -���-������  w^M$^wSM  S  _. (^^i^j^i^i^i ^i<^��<^i<^__ <^i<^_'<^i<^_' <^_> (��_<*> __���  (//T.^**-=_ ��� ^S��^*>"*"*���**-, ���t_k ��� ^*s, �����__, ��� S=_, ���^%"=���*, *"n=_ ��� "=���*-��. -^^^"���^������"V"**V  __ a^i^^a*-. ',  .^s . ^���^*^^ ���^���J^ ���^���^  �����=J^3_'<^_*^^_> ^^Z_>^^__> *^3*^___>  :0 ��� f*'t?>^> ��� <__*-�����_*? ��� e_? -^_5  '(���1^C_3^C-?^C���1,  ��  ==   Sewing Machines   ���  _m__z.  HERE IS AN OFFER WHICH WILL  STAND FOR ONE WEEK..  M.  W  _J  The New Raymond, 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  __-----N��M-*___--___-K-_____-_MM�� 4  These machines* are guaranteed to be in first-class order.     These prices,  Nelson, stand good until the 5th day of January, 1901.  ^*VJa!  JACOB   DOVER  The Jeweler  BAKER   STREET,   NELSON.  C~" <Z3' ��-?' C-~2 �� ��*"*"> c���1'  $40.00  35.00  . 50.00  40.00  40.00  40 00  40.00  1 -r-    m-  ELECTRICAL rVJACHINERY  ' f____!i-____-__v-_-R_w___i  ^^il_____________H_______^__!^_-____l  " ^^^^^^^^^^^^|^B_________i  _&_&?. ^at*** * ^__________HH___i  /mmB___^MPr' ,___________5____H  Ws______W& ���'_____________m&_____\f-\  )M^_i^____\\_\\\\\\\\\w^S^  ��� /                       ���      '  Transformers  Telephones, Bells  Annunciators,* Lamps  GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES  HOT WIRE ARC LAMPS  FOR INCANDESCENT CIRCUITS.  i_%\                                                            '   ...    .  I! CLING SURFACE BELT DRESSING  il         electric; supplies.  1      KOOTENAY ELECTRIC  SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION CO.  '-  -   .  -    -                             '" ^^i  Nelson, B. C.  TRADES   UNIONS.  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 96. W.  M.���Moots In miners' union rooms, i  THE  Mansfield manufacturing Co.  '-'      NELSON,  B. C.  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. Hy  aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest  possible prices. Being, in a position to manufacture goods in larger  ~quMtities^than^before^^  lower figure. ���.  It is our intention to Install machinery to manufacture our  marble products, and next season we shall be ln a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also Keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  Tiles 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. " :    We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders.  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  tor The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick d? Lime Co., Ltd.  Ward Bros.  REAL estate and  insurance agents  SAW &  NELSON  PLANING  MILLS  Limited.  We ape prepared to Furnish  toy-Rail, Barge or Teams  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIP LAP, STEPPING  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SA WING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices before  purchasing: elsewhere.  OFFICE: CORNER  HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  F. if   . northeast corner victoria and Kootenay streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clook.   Visiting mem  bars welcome, M. R. Mowatt, President. Jamo  Wilkes,   Secretary.    Union Scale of Wages  for Nelson    District���Per  shift,    machine  men, $3.50: hammersmon miners, $3.25; muckers, ,  carmen, shovelera and other underground labor-,  ers, a*3 00.  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIIa.-The regn-  lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be hold in the miners' union hall,  corner of Vlotoria and Kootenay streets, on the  flrst and third Thursday of each month, at  7.30 p.m. G. J. Thorpe, President. J. H. Mathe-  son, Secretary. ���'  *T"HE regular meetings of tho Carpenters' Union  ���*���   are neld on  Wednesday evening of each*  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union hall corner vlotoria and Kootenay streets.   K., Robinson, President.  James Couing, Secrotary. * -     ���;,  *p> ARBKRS' UNION.-Nelson Union, No. lfXJ, of '  .JJ tho International Journeymen Barbers Union of America, meets every first and third Monday of each month in Miner's Union Hall, corner  of viotoria. and Kootenay street*, nt 8:30 p.m.  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially Invited to  attend. R. McMahon, p-oRldnnt: J. H. Mathe-  HOn. secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  secretary.  BRICKLAYERS AND MASONS* UINTION.  The Bricklayers and Masons' International  Union No.'3of Nelson:meets Becond and fourth  Tuesdays in each month at Miners Union hall.  J. W. Etcher, president; Joseph Clark, reoordlng  and corresponding secretary.  ABORERS' UNION.-rNolson Laborers' Pro  tective Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L��� meets in  Fraternity.Hall, Oddfellow's block.'corner of Ba-  Ko('          *"     "  'harp; Visiting m  can - Federation   cordially   invited   to attend.  kor and Kootenay streets, every Monday evening  at 7:30 p.m. sharp; Visiting members of tlie Ameri-  Federation   cordiaUy  James Mathew, President,  cording secretary..     , ,  John Roberts, ro  Slocan, Nelson and Rossland -tidings  of West Kootenay Electoral  District.  Notice is hereby given that a Court of Revision  and Appeal, under tho provisions of tho "Ashuss-  niont Act." will be held at* follows :  Court IIou��e, ICas-lo, B. C. \Vc(lues(lay,!ltli .Innu-  nry, 11101. at 10 o'olock in the forenoon.  Government Agent's Ofllce, Nelson, B. C���  Thursday; 10th January, at 10 o'o'ock in the  forenoon.  Government Agent's Odlcc, ltosslarul. H.-l!.,  I'riday, llth January, at 10 o'clock in the  fo'enoon.  Dated atNc'.son this 10th elavof December, IlKKI.  JOHN   A.   TORNKlt.  JikIru of Court of Revision and Apponl.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Gko.  H.  Lammkks, J. R. CiiAseas, or to  any person or persons to whom lm may have  transferred his interest'in the Harvey Joy  mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson  Mining Division.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  Ono Hundred Dollars in labor and iniprovemonts  upon  tho above mentioned   mineral  claim,  in  order  to  hold  said  mineral  claim  under  the  provisions of the Mineral Act-, and if within  ninety days from tlie date of this notice you fall  or refuse to contriwvj-c jour proportion of such  expenditure together with all costs-of advertising, your interestin said c'aiin will become the  property of the subscriber, under section four of  nn Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral  Act. 1000." SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December. 1900.  Li_ND   NOTICE.  Not ice is hereby given, that thirty days of tor  date I intend to apply to tho chief commissioner  of lands and works for permission to purchase  the following described lands about two miles  westoftho '-!lty of Nelson: Commencing nt a  post marked XV. J. Beavon's S. K. Corner Post,  planted at S. AV. corner post, of II. Selous' pu--  chased Lot 005, Group I, on the high water line  on the west bank of Kootenay river, thence north  20 chains, thence west 20 chains, thence soulh 20  chains, more nr les ��� to the high water line on  north bank of Kootenay river,'thence following  the meanderim* of tho aforesaid river in an easterly direction 20 ohsIns more or less to point of  commencement. Containing 32 acres more or  less. XV. J. BKAVEN.  Dated at Nelson lhis2Uhd,iyof December, l'.ioO.  LAND LEASE NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given, that within sixty days  after the dnto of this notice, 1 iutond to apply to  Iho assistant commissioner of lands nnd works,  at Nelson, for a louse of the following described  laud, for the purpose of opening up and working  stone quarries, situato a lion t two miles in an  easterly direction from the City of Kaslo, West  Kootenay District:  Commencing at a |io��t planted on the lake shore  marked "J. A. Knauf's N. XV. corner,' running  thence east twenty chains; thence south twenty  chains; thence west twenty chains, more or lcs.-<  to the lake shore; thence north along tho lake shore  lo tho point of comiiiencAinamt; and containing  forty acres more or less. J. A. KNAUP,  Dated December 19th, 1900.  NKLSON PAINTKRS\ UNION-Tho regular  ' meeting of tho Painters' Union is held  tho first and third Fridays in each month at Minors' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. J. H. M.llward,  President; Will J. Hatch, Secrotary.  COOKS* AND WAITERS' UNION -Regular  meetings on the second and fourth Thuis-  days of each moiitn','at 8 o'clock m Miners' Union  hall. Visting brethem cordially invited. C. F.  Hell, president; J. I'. Forestall, secrotary  treasurer.  PLASTKRKRS' UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  ���*��� 172. meets every Mouday evening in the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley sr-v-otu. at  *" o'olock. J. D Mnmr.' o-onldeut; William  Vice, secretary,- P. O. Box (51(1.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. NO. S3, A. V. _: A. If.  Meets second Weane-aday in each monbhr"  Sojourning brethren invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nolson  25, Knights of Pythias, meets ln I,  :e,No  O.K.  J. A. Paquette, K. of R. & S.  NELSON L. O. I���, No. 1693, moots ln L O. O. F.  HaU. corner Baker and Kootonay street!*,  1st and 3rd Friday of each month. Visiting  brethem cordially Invited, it. Robinson, W. M.  W. Crawford, Recording-Secretary.  ~~An��l-0HINESE  RESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted ni, a regular  meeting held on Salurduy evening, December  ���-'ml, IIIUO. all members of fvclson Miners' Union  No. HO, W. F..M., aro reijncstcd to use every  legitimate means  To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or indirect!v. All union men nnd others  who believe in making I his a while man's country, are requested loco-operate in givingeirect to  the nforoHiId resolution.   Bv order,  NKLSOV   MINERS*   UNION.  Nelson, I>ccomber22i)d.  The above resolution has been endorsed b�� tho  Trades and Labor Council of Nolson. and nil  unionmen, and olhcis in sympathy with it, aro  lequestcd  to govern   themselves   accordingly.  Uv order,  TliADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON,  Nelson, December 22nd.  LAND NOTICE.  Not ico i�� hereby given that thirtv davs after  date we, Tho Corporation of the City of Nelson,  intend to apply to tbe Chief Commissioner of  Lands and Works for permission to purchase  for tho purposes of the Corporation, the following  doscribed land in the District of West Kootenay,  situate on the south bank of Kootenay river,  about ten miles below Nelson : Commencing at a  post, marked "The Cily of Nelson's S. XV. corner."  t.houce cast 30 chains, thence north 15 chains  lo tho Kootenay river, thence westerly along tlio  Kootenay river "JO chains, thence south'IS ohaini*  to the place of beginning.  THE CORPORATION. OF-THE CITY OF  NELSON, By Joh.v Houston, Mayor.  December 12lh, 1900.  NOTICE.  Rossland, B, C, November 9th, 1900.  To \. B. S.u.is'iui'v:  Notice is herebygiven that I, William Grlfllths,  intend lx�� claim tlio interests in the following  named mincrul claims formerly held by F. It.  Salisbury, on whicli he has neglected lo pay his  share of the expenses of tho annual assessment  work.   To wit:  A one-half ({) intorest in tho "Hunker Hill"  mineral claim.  A one half (i) interestin tho "Sullivan"in!neral  claim.  A one half (J) interestin the "Fidelity" mineral  claim.  All the adjoining claim'), i In a ted on the west-  fork of the north fork of Salmon river, In thu  Nelson Mining Division,  This action is taken u ider St-etion 11 of Chaji-  lajr Jj, of Ihe statutes of ISttI and tui>m>cim")its of  1UO0. WILLIAM H. TOWN.SRND.  Age ii for William Ui iiHMw,  .    *���   jsSi  y3S?> 1  - "*v-  J* I  ,* 1^ I  "OfZ  "**v|  v r **I ,VH  -.*>_ r  -***>   *^hr| THE TRIBUNE: KELSON, B.C., THUBSDAY JAfttJAItY 3 1901  FUMES  ALL  THE LATEST ODORS, IN THE  BEST FRENCH AND ENGLISH MAKES  They Make  Handsome  Presents.  W. F, TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK,   NELSON  ������  FfcReform 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 Nelsoji Clothing House  217 AND 219 BAKER STREET. NELSON.  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of  the Dominion Parliament," 63 and 64 Victoria, Chapter  103 and Chapter 104, the name  of . _'  THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX  will be changed to  ftbelRc^al Bank of Canaoa  from and after       '__  the Second day of January,11901.  E.  L.  PEASE,  General Manager.  Halifax, 1st November, 1900.  STOVES!       STOVES!  We are sole agents for the celebrated  COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Will burn anything,  in any line  Results unequalled  of heaters.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  ��� ��� ���  WINTER CLOTHING  ~^_. at Great Discount Prices  Q -       -    ' ...  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.  TH-EO.   MADSON  No trouble. - Every Garment Guaranteed.  Baker Street.  y  STRAWBERRY   ..  RASPBERRY    ..   ..  TORONTO  JAMS  Put up in  BISCUIT  511)  &  BLACK   CURRANT  RED CURRANT \'\  Tins by the  CONFECTIONERY  CO.  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  TXX���u_r_:x: uazxxzzxZZ���IXX rTTTrrriTTrmmTTTTrTimmnn OK]  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  No. 4, K. W. C. Block, NELSON, ~. C.  Gold. Silver-Lead and Oopper_Mlnea__wanted at_the. Exchange.  Free-Milling' Gold Properties wanted at once for eastern Investors.  Parties having, mining property for sale aro requested to send eamplcscf Uici  Exchange for exhibition... Wo desire to hear from ail prospectors who havo pr  ore to .tho'  promising mineral  claims .in"British Columbia.  Prospectors and mining men arc requested to make the Exchange their headquarters when  in Nelson. - ��� '  All samples should be sent by express. Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited.  Address nil communications to   -  Telephone  104 ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER,  P.O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C.  ixxxn_n_rMixii_i.ii'.i^i****T*-~a*'*ar''*g*'^  y.-^f  ���',���-'���/������-���*���  !,:.'������.  CROW & MORRIS  Baker Street, Nelson.  AVKOIaKSALE AND  UKTAlIa ....  TOBACCONISTS  Sole Agents for  TADDY'S TOBACCOS  '���*;'.K''  Branches at Rossland ar*d Creenwood.  .''-. )��3_l*****t#*  See our special assortment of Cigars  and Pipes suitable for  Xmas Presents.  Cigar and  Cigarette  Holders  and Cases.  Tobacco Pouches o kinds,  and Smokers Reouisites.  All the best bran__ ot Imported  and Domestic Cigars.      ' .  BBB and Loewe Pipes.  W****i:*t*t  COME AND   SEE  THEM  WH OAN SUIT YOU  ALL PRICES i  Removal Sale  We are  premises, but  entrusted to us  ten days.  removing  to our new  can fill all orders  during the next  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  APPLICATIONS WANTED.  The   undersigned   has   been   authorized   by  resolution of tho clcy council to ask for applications for the position of chief of tho Firo Department of  tho City of Nelson.    Applicants will  state   ago,   nativity,   experience   and   whirc,  .   -whether married  or single,  and give  recom-  meadationa from   chief of department where  now employed and from underwriters     Mhik  itppl-'O-tiona:   "Apo'icatioa for Chief of Fire Deli ju'tihent," and address  ' "    J. K. STRACHAN. City Clerk, NVIson. Ii. C.  Bitted January and, 1801,   .  Canada Drug & Book Co.  Limited.  LADIES' TRIIPED HATS  Endless Variety  .And Prices to Suit.  mrs. e. Mclaughlin,  JOSEPHINE STREET.  BOY   WANTED.  The general committee of the  United Charities organization meets  at 2 o'clock Monday at the Congregational church. The plans for  the winter's work are to be discussed.     _.  The Canada Drug and Book Company started moving into their new  store in the K-W-C block yesterday. The fittings and arrangement  in the new premises are thoroughly  modern and the company will have  exceptionally fine quarters. Galliher  & Wilson are also moving into their  offices on tho second floor.  The executive bf the Nelson Rifle  Association are discussing the prospects of the approaching season  already and it is possible that rifle  shooting will be introduced several  months earlier than usual. Some  expenditure will be necessary to  put the ranges in shape as a big  boulder has slid down the mountain  into the No. 2 target and the heavy.-  rain washed the sandbags out of a  couple of the butts. '  Candidate Fletcher's rooms in tlie  old Tribune office on Vernon street  are now open constantly, and' the  .arrangements for the campaign are  in full swing.        .    .  Rev. Dr. ^Wright of Portage la  Prairie, Manitoba, will occupy the  pulpit' at St. Paul's Presbyterian  church on "Sunday and will probably undertake to supply the pulpit  during the absence of Rev. R.  Frew. In this event Mr. Frew will  leave Nelson on Wednesday next. -  Owing to'the increase in the price  of coal at the .colliery, C. W. West  & Co. announce that the price of  anthracite coal will be $1(5.75 per  ton.  The ladies' aid society of the  Methodist church decided yesterday  to purchase an individual communion set for the church. This action  is in accord with that taken by  churches throughout the continent,  where it is held that a common  communion cup is opposed to good  sanitary principles.  The first hockey practice of the  season took place at the rink last  .night and was, well, attended.  Among the players who chased the  wily gypsum were Neelands, Archibald, Perrier, Pullen, Houston,.  Thompson, Greenlees, McFarlane  aud Jack McLaughlin, a new man.  Bob Car ley, the team coach, was  present and directed the play.  Today the Canadian Bank of  Commerce and the Royal Bank of  Canada are doing business in the  premises tliat were formerly occupied by the Bank of British Columbia and the Merchants Bank of  Halifax. The Bank of British  Columbia has amalgamated with  the Canadian Bank of Commerce  and the Merchants Bank of Halifax  has changed its name to the Royal  Bank of Canada.  It was rumored on the street last  night tliat C. P. R. yard engine. 109,  late at night, ran* into'Trail creek  yesterday.  A grocery store has been opened  at the coiner of Mill and Josephine  streets.  John Blomberg has leased the  Grand hotel to Gustavus Nelson,  who was in the Gluepot saloon  until the 1st of this month. The  Gluepot is now owned by Thomas  Sproatt, who until the first of the  year had charge of the factory department of the Nelson Saw &  Planing Mills, Limited.  NELSON YOUNC MEN'S CLUB  Is Meeting With Success.  The Nelson Young Men's Club, in  connection with the Congregational  church, is meeting with considerable success and giyes every indication of becoming a permanent and  useful institution. The organization has had placed at its disposal  by the trustees of the church large,  cheerful rooms on the Stanley street  front of the edifice. One is used as  a reading aud writing room. It is  carpeted handsomely, well lighted  aud the furnishings give the apartment a decided air of comfort. A  large table in the center is covered  with the'latest magazines and periodicals, and the visitor can extract  several hours of comfort from the  literature available. The second  room is devoted: to recreation and  is equipped with, a variety of- modern games;-which are much in demand onyclub" nights.  In the basement is-a third room  which ��� will. eventually be utilized  for a.gymnasium. The club has a  largo membership and the rooms  have been crowded on various occasions. 'Sergeant-major Luscombe,  late of the Fifteenth Argyle Infantry, is in charge of the club quarters,       "i'  Ambassador Cambon Returns.  Washington, January 2.���The  French .ambassador, M. Cambon, is  back, .after a visit of over five  months in Europe. His stay abroad  covered a most eventful period in  international affairs, including tlie  crisis in; China and the arrival* of.  Mr. Kruger in Europe. M. Cambon  spent considerable., time at Paris  conferring with tlie high officials on  imperial.questions. He also had an  opportunity to visit many other  points on the continent, and especially Germany, and gauge the"  prevailing, sentiment. M. Cambon  highly praised the policy of the  United States throughout the trying ordeal of the Chinese embroglio,  and spoke of the happy "accord  which was maintained at all times  -by-the--governments'of-"France and-  the Unitjed States; The reception  to Mr. Kruger in France, he said,  was the natural expression of the  popular feeling, but there was  nothing in the official attitude of  the government which did not conform in the strictest particulars to  the disinterested position of France.  ~uW-  s- oo;  _sr_a_Lsoisr  kaslo  s_iV3srr)oisr  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Ageqts for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters!  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  Storo, Corner Baker and Josep liino Fluo!  TELEPHONE 27  .    PERSONAL.  H. D. Ashcroft, Doc Boyd, C. V.  Dako and XV. Barn'atlter loft last night for a  two weeks' visit to Haloj on Springs.  A. H. Kelly leaves today to spend  the winter in California.   Mr. Kelly is taking a  well earned vacation.  Guy Carlton, who was confined to  the nospit >1 for Rome time with an injured knee,  left the institution yesterday.  Dr. AV.  O. Rose will leave  the  hospital in a day or two.  C. F. Cross, a well known mining  and business man of Silverton, is at the Phair  today.  Charles   Plowman   of   Kaslo   is  registered at the Hotol Hume.  F. Carzelle of Grand Forks is .'it  the Madden House.  W. .T. Farmer of  Rossland  is  a  guest at the Qjcen's hotel.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.  To let���Furnished rooms in Carney block.   Reasonable nt/os.  Cash paid for scrap iron,  brass  and copper.   Nelson Iron Works.  If you want to buy or sell anything go to tho "Old Curiosity Shop."  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer  barn on Vernou street     Telephone  call 35.  For Rent.���Two fine offices pen-.  Apply lo A. 11. Buchanan, Hank  It Counts in Results  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  o  Nice Sweet Butter  Good Fresh Eggs  are our specialties.   They ensure a delightful freshness inj  you   cook,  and attractive!  it is  servedj  all  daintiness  when  on your table.  EIRKPATRICK & WILSQNl  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10-  Ladies' Acme Club  Monday  Boy  . wanted as a bookbinder's apprentice.  Wages furili'nt six months .1 a week. Apply at  Die ������/lice or tlio Tribune Association, Limited,  iiuiiia Block, Nelson.  Portugal and Great Britain.  Lisbon, January 2.���King Charles  in his speech at the opening of the  cortes today said: "The queen of  England was pleased to send recently to Lisbon a powerful squadron ou a special mission. This was  extremely agreeable to me and will  be equally so to you. The presence  of this great squadron signally emphasizes the solemn affirmation  then made of the close friendship  and alliance which unites the two  nations." The speech also dwells  on the financial difficulties of the  government on account of tlie successive deficits and urges economy  The Palm  (rally lociWcd.  of Montreal.  Lost���Pair of  skates.     Lift on  Reservoir -pond  night.   Reward at Tribune olllce.  "New  "lot   just   in."���For   fresh  randies, fruits, nuts, etc., call at the Bon Ton  Confectionery, Baker street, Miss A. L. Klmk-  witz.  Wanted.���Vree milling gold properties in Brit.li-h Columbit*. Andrew F. Roson-  borgcr, Nelson, B. C. Phone aVo. Mi, IC.-W.U.  block.  i   To Rent or For Sale���Residence  of V. XV. Peters. Will rent, furnished for two  months or sell. Apply to H. A.*Lan_ford, tramway ollicc.  . For Sale���Contents of two-room  Hat (down (own) furnished compl le for home-  keeping. ( bunco for man and wife. Addrets,  Furniture, Tiibuno olllce  Lost.���On occasion of dance at  Fraternity Hall on "December 2Sth, Hear do lis  brooch set. with small l.iiniuioses. Fiiuer please  return to Tribune ollicc.  Prospectors    having    promising  mineral claims are requested to call at The Prospector's Kxclmngo. Nelson,'B. C, room No. I,  lv.-W.-O. blook.   Phono No. 101.  _ For Sale���Profitable hotel business and real estate, known as Iho I Royal hotel,  corner of Slanley anil Silica street. Apply to  .lohns & MeLeod, Royal hotel. Nelson.  . For sale���Lot 10, block 17, 30 toot  frontage on Victoria street, two houses on  property. Price $2800, ��� t ci-ms easy. Address  Frank (5. Graham, care of Mat boson & Graham's  barb -r hhop.  To Rent���Five-room cottage, new,  well finished, all modern conveniences, 21 blocks  "ea't postolllce, S-5 per mouth, including water  rates. Apply, ,T. II. Mathcson, ul Matheson&  Graham's barber shop.  Miss    Von    Der    Werth���Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading.   Gives advice  -on-conimercial-b"Miies8-nnd���mining ���_rcuni,cs-  unhappy lovers and broken-uo .families.   Room  1, over Thomson Stationery Company.  185 Baker Street!  FELT SLIPPERS  OXFORD TIES���_A .  HIGH SHOES __->.   3  RED LEATHER ai  DONG KID LEATHERS  our odd  lines are selling  . regardless of cost.  CALL  SEE    THEM.  NEELANDS SHOE CO.  .**g*-S'--a'-"8'-*��'S us _S uS _2 *2_**___r___: ___ ___ ___ ___ __��� ____z_______se..  ���&ff''0-0-0'0_<-0 -0 -0 -0 -0 ��� f*\*Xs?0^'. ^. 55-; 5*: j"*-; ^: ^S'raf-SP'.CN^-  w ���**-*����� \1* * *_�����  m  m  Tea  and Coffee  Parlors  are now open.  Nice luncheons served at any  hour in the day, also any  thing you wish in the confectionery line.  W. 6. BROWNE  K-W-C* Block Ward Street  CHINA HALL  IJmaLSacrifictSale  fc   (f.        During thei next two weeks we will hold #>  ���Jjj our Annual Stock-Taking Sale. In many lines;*#  i we are overstocked, and to clear we have ^  fl marked many of them down BELOW COST L  m..- > . '���:���:   ������   ' '"���'  Bargains in Dress Goods  65 Yards Fancy Black Dress Goods, regular  prico Wc.  silo prico Mo  70 Yards of Black Dress Ooods, regular  price nOc..."...' sale price 25c  3 Patterns of Fancy Dross Gocds, G yards in  length, regular price J.'I.IJO, sale price $1.80  13 Dreas Patterns, (I yards in length, regn-  .   lar price .84.50. sale pr.'co ��2.'_>  4 Dress Patterns. (I yardi io length, regular  prico ��8.40 sale price $4 20  5 Plaid Fancy Slcli t Patterns,. 34, ya dh in  ;;. length, regular price ��4.50, SHi**p**i<*c 82.00  Ladies Tailor-Made Suits  3 Plain  Gray Ilomei-pun, Lad!es  Tailor-  Mado Suits, regular $23.00, 6ale price'$9.00  2 Brown French Covert Cloth, Tailor-Made  Ladies  3 Fancy Silk Waists, regular price  ?5.0fi,  sale price during stocking.......... .$2.50  7 Fancy Silk Waists, regular  prico $o.-50  Suits, regular price ?20 ..  Plain   Gray   Homespun,  .sale price SS.50  Ladies Tailor-  Made Suits, tegular $18.50, sale prico $5.00  i  1 Multitude of-  ... SENSIBLE GIFTS ...  Nothing Is belter appreciated as a  holiday gift than some neat art icle of  Crockery or China, or somo choice  piece of Glassware for the dlning-  t-iblo. It Is always in use, and a constant reminder of the donor's thought-  fulness. Seo our stock of house furnishings, just opened.  McFarland & Brockman  First Door West of G. P. \\_ Offices  BAKER STREET.  Ladies Mantles  4 Children!) Reefers, with brass butions  and red piping, regular prloe $5.59, prosent  Fale price.  ..**2.4o  5 Children8 Reefers, regular price $3.50  sale price! $1.00  3 Ladies   Oxford - Gray   Tweed   Jackets,  m  m  a*  >?>  Silk Waists fl*  salo price......  $2.75 W\  6 Mercerized Striped Waists', slightly soiled /4\  regular price $1.*.0 ;'. sale price 50c��� ��� jit  Jackets  and  double-breasted, with large pearl butions,  regular prico $10.00...... sale prico $100  C Ladies Broadcloth Jackets, in shades of  Black, Green and Gray, trimmed with  black braid, regular prices $12.50 ��� and  $15.00, pre'sent gacrifloe  sale pi ice $5,00  tg***.*.*******************^  Hi  Hi  Hi  0/  il/  Ui  Hi  Hi  -i  Ht  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Ht  Hi  Happy New Year  to All.  Ladies Wrappers  2 Dozen German Y_leur Flannel Wrappers, regular pr'ce J5.00, sale price $2.50  Blankets  m  * CHARLES D.J. CHRISTIE*  * General Broker. jj  Hi 2  *? &  Hi Jg  Hi :. 2  Hi ���-.'"���  %*9*********************#*  and  2 Dozen Good Heavy Comforters, Chintz  Covering, regular price $1.2?, sale price 75c  7 Comforters, Fancy Chintz Covering, Foft,  white tilling, regular $2.50. sale price $1.40  7 Pair All-Wool Whito Blanket, size 60x80.  Comforters  good heavy weight, regular price $5.00,  present sale price  $3.50  Pair Fine Wool White Blmkets, 8lb each,  size 08x80, regular price $5.50, present  sale price.....  ���... $3.75  Miscellaneous Bargains  1 Dozen Pair Ladies Wool  Mitts, regular  price 75c, sa'e price  ���40o  1 Dozen Pair White Wool Gloves, regular  price 35c, i-a'.e prico 20c  1 Dozen   Pair   Ladloa. Fancy   Ringwo-d  Gloves, regular prico 75c, salo price 40c  Ladies Hravy Underwear,  regular p-icc  50o and COc, present sale price. 25c  (tt  (tt  (tt  Hi  (tt  (tt  m  ���/fi"  (ii  (tt  m  (tt  Art Muslins, wide  width,  good  pattern,  regular price 10c, sale price..  5c  Art  Muslin?, regular   price   loj^pi-e.senl,  salo prico .7}o fB\  Flannelette, good heavy quality and wide jj*  ���width, present price per yard ...5e fi\  5 Pieces of Dre^s Linings, reversablo gray -J*  with black back and fancy stripes', rcg- fi\  nlar price 25c, now offered at  ifin' ���"���  ...15o  Now Is the time to buy.   The range Is large and the Prices Low.  Martin  O'Reilly & Co.  (tt  (tt  ^��Mi-��-Hp.���^:-^#

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