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 -u^-"., ��� ��������*; ;���-".'��� j-ft? -,* j.Jc*s<  '���*".'      * '-    *. .->   - .;'/��� ' ��� . i-,:,.**;*  * ���   "  ���*'   *"...-*���:,?  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  NINTH YEAR  NELSON: WEDNESDAY MORNING JANUARY 16 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  NEGRO BURNED AT A STAKE  FOR   ATTEMPTING   TO   ASSAULT  A  WniTE  GIRL.  Tho Scene Wao Witnessed  Eiffhfc   ThouRanil People,  By Over  Who  Afterwards Quietly Dispersed.  1 aEA VRNWORT^gjIggM,  ]5.-iTYod Ai.ssggSgp-  who on 8t\t\M)$&^$a��g"  ���.an assault on Miss 1-Vfi  January  iSlffe  day yon men here will rim up  against the man who did. 1 know  it ain't any use to say more, for  you're going to kill me; but I did  not do it."  Tiie negro was driven down tlie  embankment to tlie pile of wood,  with his hands still shackled, and  there bound to a stake. Many carried vails aud boards. The first  thing done was to plant  iron upright in the mud.  made fast' to  bound  to the  a railroad  This was  cross  irons,   firmly  upright   irou  with  PHOENIX IS THE CENTER OF  MINING ACTIVITY OVER IN THE  BOUNDARY  DISTRICT,  m%mi  who was supposed tohaveassawlGfec?  and killed Polly Forbes in this city  in November last, was this afternoon taken from the sheriff's guard  and burned at the stake at tho  > scene of his crimes, half a do/.en  blocks from ttho center of the city.  Probably S00O persons witnessed  tho lynching. Alexandor was tied  to a railroad rail placed up-  light in the ground.  The nogro was taken from his  r cell in the state penitentiary at 3  o'clock this afternoon, placed in a  hack, and brought to town. Fifty  deputy marshals surrounded him,  and there were fifty buggies and  wagons in the procession which followed the hack; When the corner  of Fourth aud Olive streets was  reached, the police who were in the  hack following the one in "which  Alexander-was concealed, jumped  out aud chased several negroes. This  created a diversion which attracted  the attention of everyone, aud during the, excitement the hack in  which Alexander was concealed was  driven to the county jail, where he  was locked, in just as "the mob  reached the doors.  ��� The crowd first attempted to gain  admission by peaceful means, but  sheriff "Evei'hardy refused-to deliver  the negro. The - crowd pushed its  way to the side door, and" the door  was .forced from its hinges." Then  a * man espied . a shapeless mass  crouched down-in one.corner of the  dark cell. ��� An exultant cry. went  up, ���"He's' here!*'-"then"~a*yell"'of tei*--.  ror issued from the cell. 'The tension at this time was so great that  strong men filled the corridors with  hysterical, laughter. Into the cell  rushed those who were nearest the  door, and the mob issued forth iu a  moment dragging the negro, who  had been struck over the head with  ii.,hammer, but he was still conscious. Men fought to get at him,  aud, infuriated, struck savagely at  liim, hitting only his captors, who  guarded him well. ,  "Don't hurt him !"< they cried.  "We'll burn him!" was the response.  Outside the stockade the crowd  surged, and Alexander and his cap-  _tors_wero-*surrounded"~by"a__solid_  wall of human flesl�� Up the hill  into the courthouse yard they  dragged him. Then they stopped  still.  "Confess before we harm you,"  they said.  "[ am innoeont. T am dying for  what another man did. 1 see lots  of my friends here. They know 1  did not do it. If 1 had been guilty  I would' havo said so at tho penitentiary and would- havo stayed  there for life. Tho warden told me  so. Tho policemen told me so.  Would not I havo told them if I  was guilty ?"__  "You lie!"thoy cried.  "My God. men!" ho cried in his  agony, "I have told you tliat 1 am  innocent.   1 can't tell you any more  I did not do it."  "He lies; burn him!" cried the  mob.  "Take him where he committed  the murder," suggested one. *  The suggestion met with instant  approval.  At a quarter past 5 o'clock Alexander, was brought to tlie scene of  the murder of Pearl Forbes, at the  corner of Lawrence avenue and  .Spruce street. The exact spot where  the murdered girl was found was  located by the lenders of the mob,  and a circle was formed. The leader  of the men who held Alexander  ealleiH^or silence. The row ceased  and Alexander was shoved forward  into full view of the crowd. A  howl went'iip, which was*; quickly  hushed as the prisoner raised his  ���shackled hands and began to speak.  Twice he started,1 but the crowd  drowned his trembling voice.  "You are going to kill me,.whatever I say,", he said. "But you men  are wrong. I want to tell you  right now, you've got the wrong  jxian.   I did not do that, and some  wire. Around tho stake wood and  boards wero piled, The man was  chained iu a standing position to  the upright railroad irou. Goal oil  ���aWwaa --ben poured over him.  Before tho match was applied  .Tolm Forbes, father of the murdered girl, stepped up to Alexander  and said: ''You are guilty of murder iug my daughtei."  "Mr. Forbes, if that's your name,  you have tho wrong'man," said the  negro.  "Burn him! burn him!" cried the  crowd.  "Gentlemen, you'vo got   lots of  time,"  said Alexander. ^.V^ou.-.are-  going to' burn   an innocent, man.  You gave me no show. " Can I see  my mother?"  ^A man in the crowd called for  the mother, but she was not in the  crowd. Another man then stepped  up and said to Alexander, "Make  your peace with your God, nigger,  for you will surely die." .   '  Coal oil was then applied for a  second time, aud while it was being  done Alexander called to acquaintances in the crowd and said goodbye to them. He did not seem to  realize that he was to be burned at  the stake, and talked rationally  until' John Forbes, father of the  murdered girl, lighted the match.  Again Alexander was asked to make  a confession, but he replied that he  had nothing to say.  As the flames leaped about him,  Alexander turned a ghastly, hue,  and clasping his hands together began swaying to and fro, while the  crowd yelled, ln fivp minutes'the  negro was hanging limp and lifeless  by the chains that bound him. As  soon as the crowd saw-that life was  extinct they began-to* slowly dis*--  :perse. "*: ITundreds,-however,' stayed***  rip-the last:-- ,Men kept piling on  wood, all the time until about 7  o'clock," when the flames were  allowed to die down. When the  fire had died down sufficiently to  allow the crowd'to approach the  remains of Alexander, there was a  wild scramble to obtain relics.-  After Alexander's arrest, he was  taken before Miss Both, who identified him. Since .then a mob has  surrounded tho penitentiary day  and night. Today the crowd became so formidable that governor  Stanley, in response to a telegram  from warden Tomlinson, ordered  two companies of militia to be in  readiness to start for Leavenworth  at a moment's notice. Governor  "Stanley orjdered warden"Tomlinson  to refuse to turn Alexander over to  the sheriff unless he agreed in writing to protect him.  ,Topeka, Kansas, January 15.���  Governor W. E. Stanley is indig-  uant over the lynching at Leavenworth, and condemns sheriff Ever-  hardy of Leavenworth, in unmeasured terms. He. says tho sheriff  should be made to make suitable  retribution if such a thing is possible. "Thoro was no reason why tho  negro should not have been protected to the last. I ordered the  militia of Lawronce and Topeka to  be ready, and they would havo been  sent to the scene of trouble the  minute the sheriff would say he  needed them." Governor Stanley  announced that he would tomorrow  offer a reward of $500 for the ap--  prehension of anyone implicated in  the lynching of Alexander at Leavenworth.  And Next Year Promises to Be One of  ' Great Prosperity for That  r     Country.  m  Election of Senators. *  New York, January 15.���Advices late this evening show the  election today to* the .United States  senate of the following senators:  Massachusetts ��� George , Frisbie  Hoar (Republican) re-elected; Colorado ��� Thomas M, Patterson,  (Fusiouist); Maine���William P.Frye  (Republican) re-elected; New Hampshire���Henry E. Burnham (Republican,           Railway Company Declares a Dividend.  ..New York, January 15.���The directors of the Buffalo, Rochester <fc  Pittsburg Railroad Company have  declared the first dividend on the  common stock since the reorganization, amounting to 2 per cent.. The  directors also declared , a dividend  of 3 per cent on the preferred stock,  Both dividends are payable on Feb-;  ruary 15th.    .  The mines rouudabout Phoeuix,  the Boundary country, are at  present showing up well and the  prospects for the coming season are  exceedingly bright. This is the  impression that P. Chapman, of the  firm of A. McDonald of this city,  received while making a trip  through that countr*y" two days ago.  Mr. Chapman roturned yesterday,  and in speaking of'-the mining conditions therirlfe said that a general  advanee of prosperity was noticeable throughout the entire Boundary country.  At the present time there are between 400 and 500 miners employed  at Phoenix alone, and regular .shipments from two of the properties  are being made. The greatest activity is on the well-known Ironsides group. The, greater majority  of the men are engaged on this  property and the development,  which is far ��� advanced, is being  pushed rapidly and will be continued all winter. The largest shipments are being made from" this  property and good returns are  being received.  The 'a development of the - Knob  Hill is also being carried * oh steadily. Regular shipments are being  made from this property and the  company is now contemplating  more extensive development during  the coming season. The Stem-  winder and the Brooklyn are���two  other properties where much activity is being shown. \On the-former  about 05. men are engaged -and the*  property is showi'rig'up well. t Sev-  -_*al goqd"pro9pects throughout the  district are being worked and the  indications are that they will become good substantial properties.  Ore from the properties is being  shipped to the smelters at Grand  Forks, Trail, and Nelson.  The town of Eholt, which is now  being made somewhat of a shipping*  center by the C. P. R., is greatly  helped by the activity which, now  prevails, in the mining industry.  There is also a better feeling among  the business men of that section of  country. j   Mining Records at Nelson.  The following mining transactions were recorded yesterday:  Transfers.���From G. W. Taylor  ofNelsonto-WrCalbickof-Nelson-r  entire interest in Bessie M. on  Kootenay river west, for a nominal  consideration; certificate of work  on Japa claim to E. F. Pick.  Locations.���Tron Hand at Slocan  .Tuuction by J. IT. McManus; Angy  claim on Slocan river, by A. E. Bros-  sard.    Frank Sherry of Sloean XJi ty, who  has tho Black Prince on .Springer  creek under lease, is in tlio city  with a carload of ore to havo it  treated at the smelter. This is tho  first carload that has been shipped  under his lease, but ho expects to  havo others follow shortly. The  Black Prince adjoins the Two  Friends,-and several local parties  are interested in it. A great deal  of development work has been done  on it, and at present there is a large  body of galena ore in sight. Four  or five men have been employed on  the property during the past three  Or four months. The lessee expects  to make a good profit out of the  property during his lease. Under-  the terms of his"' lease he has to  drive in a new crosscut to catch  the lead at a greater depth, and  good headway is being made on the  work. ���.'��� "'.' '  J. C. Shook of' Slocan City, who  has been in the city for the past  few days, leaves this.'moniing for  Peterboro, Ontario, where he will  take charge of the management of  the well-known Dickson Lumber  Company of that place. Mr. Shook  is interested in the Slocan City mining division, one pf the principal  claims in which he is part owner  being the Morning Star group. This  is a gold proposition situated on  on the north side of Springer creek  about four miles from Slocan City.  There are a number of openings oh  the property and ore is exposed in  several places. A shaft has been  sunk on tho vein somo distance,  showing over a foot of high grade  ore. A small force of men has been  employed on the property during  the winter and it is"bne of the most  promising properties of that  division.    A 20-stamp mill and an air compressor plant are to be installed at  the Second Relief group, situated  near Erie.�� \R. R.^Neill of Spokane,  of the firm 'of Messrs. Finch and  Campbell, - who are operating the  property, was in the eity yesterday  and substantiated1 the abqye statement" when "asked concerning the  matter. He has''just came in from  a visit to the rproperty and says  that everything 'was looking well.  During' the past^several months  considerable development has been  done in the way of running tunnels.  The property is now opened up in  excellent shape find ready to be  made a produceryThe machinery  has been ordei'ed,' ��and as soon as  arrangements can-Jbe made it will  be shipped to tlie property.  The'properties listed and samples  of ore received a��--the Prospectors'  Exchange in th_j, K.-W.-C. block  today are as .follows: Silver-lead  ore from the Playback group, Pilot  Bay;, silver-lead ^fore from the  Cashier claim, - Slocan; gold-copper  ore from Union "Jack" group, Kaslo;  .copper-gold ore. from the Calvick  group, Nelson; free milling gold ore  from the Minnie group, Hall Siding;  free milling gold* ore from the Red  Bird group, Slocan;-. gold ore from  the Bismuth groupi'Lardo-Duncan;  gold ore from-the McKay group;  Whitewater; - goldL ore from the  Olido group, Kaslo j** *      '-       ,.  FIVE   WERE-tSWORN   IN  i _  ���-:��� ~ j ', ,       i- ���>>  Two Still PrivAte Citizens." ~~  City clerk Strachan was busy at  the city . hall yesterday "morning  swearing in the ..members ofl^the  city council for 1001. Shai-p at< 12  o'clock mayor Fletcher, was sworn  in and before that^time four of* the  new aldermen h'ad^-taken ~|;he jbath.  'They were hlderra^^P&'tersou/ Gil-'  lett, Madden, and Irving. Aldermen Selous and Hamilton did not  put in an appearance,.but will probably go through the ceremonies today. Notwithstanding' .the fact  that the latter two have not taken  the oath, there are a sufficient number qualified now to atv'once take  charge of the affairs of'-the corporation. The first meeting of the  new council will be held next Monday evening.  Wire Apparatus ��� Damaged.  At 4 o'clock yesterday afternoon  the fire department was called to  tho building on Baker street lately  occupied by Kirkpatrick & Wilson.  The telephone wire leading to the  "building had come in contact with  a live trolley wire, and the current  was sufficient to cause a small  blaze to be started, where the wire  entered the building. The fire was  put out before tlie department  arrived.' During the run an accident occuried which might have  proved to bo serious. When the  driver reached the new K.-WVC.  block lie drove into the. excavated  portion of the street and attempted  to cross the car track and the  trucks wore overturned. Thoy  wore slightly damaged aiid had to  be taken to tho blacksmith shop for  repairs. Fortunately no ono was  hurt. The truck was on runners,  which firemen say was a needless  and mistaken change. It is claimed  the truck should be kept on wheels.  MORE TROOPS WILL BE SENT  KITCHENER   HAS   NOT   ENOUGH  ' MEN FOR HIS WORK.  Two Brigades Have Been Forced to  Cease Operations Owing to Lack of  Necessary- Mounted Men.     *  Chinese Scavengers Arrested:  Chinese who are carrying on a  scavenger business in the city are  getting into trouble, and a number  of them will appear at the police  court this : morning. 'The public  lipalth bylaw provides that scavengers shaUtake out a license. The  bylaw is continually violated by  the Chinese, and sanitary inspector  Syraes has caused a number of thera  to be arrested. The "Chinese do not  do-the work as it should be done.  They remove the garbage and slops  in cans, which they carry suspended on a pole. They invariably  use the sidewalks when carrying off  the stuff, and the odor is not at all  pleasant to people who are^ compelled to give thera right-of-way  on the sidewalks.  Buying a Synagogue.  Vancouver, January 15.���[Special to The Tribune.]���The Jewish  congregation here are buying St.  Andrew's church building for a  synagogue.  London, January 16.���The casualty list shows that'there has been  a'severe engagement, with the lo3s  of six killed and seventeen wounded,  and Rve missing/ at Murraysburg,  where the Dutch have been joining  the invaders. Murraysburg is'sixteen miles west of Graafreinet. The  indications are not wanting that  the decision of the government to  send reinforcements has not been  taken a moment too soon.  Colonel Colville's mobile column,  which has been pursuing the Boers,*,  has been "obliged to rest at Creyling-  stad,to erecta*blockhouse and to  cease operations until reinfoi'ced by  mounted troops.  General Paget has taken his force-  to Pretoria to refit., Many of the  men   are   suffering' from    enteric  fever. ,   ,  Three hundred Boers captured a >  small British convoy at Bronkhurst  Spruit, near Pretoria, but made off  after liberating the prisoners.  ' General Brabant, while addressing   a "conference  at Cape Town,  said the authorities were anxious  to keep the war away from. Cape  Town if possible," but that the only  hope of doing this /lay in sending'  one thousand men, to the front.   He  urged that no precaution should be  omitted to prevent the enemy from  advancing further south.    -~." ���  Year's day; Since then a score of  the side frames have been set up to  port and starboard. Work on the  challenger is.now all done at night.  Everything, even the waste and  scraps of metal, is locked - up in a  shed before the yard is .opened for"  the day workmen. * Ninety-five tons  of lead wore melted for the keel.  From the Nation's Capital.  Ottawa, -January 15.���Thomas  Cote, formerly' on the staff of La  Patrie,   ha3 * been*1- appointed7 joint  fpiieiis   nmnmioeinnm'    vrrltli      AivaVii.  TREATIES ARE NOT BINDING  WHEN THEY DO NOT SUIT, THE  UNITED STATES.     -  Tins Is tbe Effect of a Resolution Which  -, Has Been Introduced by Sen-  ator Morgan.  census commissioner with ^ Archi  bald Blue. R. R. Fontaine of Ste.  Hyacinthe has been appointed.to  the bench for Sorel district. A  letter received this morning from  the high commissioner's office iu  London states .that Strathcona's  Horse will return via- England.  That the Yukon is not. losing any  of its former activity is evidenced  byj;he fact that the total revenue,  derived from that source during  the first three months of the present _ fiscal year has exceeded by  $200,708 the revenue collected diir**  ing the ' corresponding * period last  year. _y Twenty-three.- thousand'  eight hundred and ninety-five  immigrants arrived in Canada from  January' 1st 'to June .30th, 1900,  made up as follows: United"States  8543, English and Welsh," 4129,  Scotch 609, Irish 343, Galicians 4993;  Germans' 476, Scandinavians .714,  French and -Belgians 253, miscellaneous nationalities 3776. -  _/3!  YESTERDAY'S   CURLING.  The Chinese Situation./. ���  **--.  Pekin,-,;    January   _ 15.^-Prince  sta^-wereta  lohg  Chung rand his  time in theJ;.Forbidde_rijj   _^    ^___  Accpmpaniedvby^the^-ip^^etiiiicl,.  they saw" a^womah'"-.servant* "guarding the imperial seal.Y*iShe produced  the seal and.the.papers^were 'sealed  in her presence, and' then the seal  was returned. Owing to< the lateness of the hour the papers thus  sealed will not be presented-to the  foreign envoys until tomorrow. In  the American section a court of  justice will come into beinj^pgd^]*)-::  eration tomorrow. . The deaj^peii-C  alty may be inflicted foKmU'rder,  manslaughter, attempted riuirder,  robbery, counterfeiting, looting and  burglary. It may also, be inflicted  upon those known to have " been  Boxers who have done injury to  life or property. Other punishments, like whipping, imprisonment,  and the imposition of fines can be  inflicted. Owing to orders being  received from Berlin, a hitch has  occurred regarding the transfer of  the railway which Russia jrester-  day began turning over to Germany. French railway engineers  have made a breach in the western  wall of the Chiuese City, through  which they will bring the PaoiTung-  Fn railway. The Tien-Tsin line will  be extended to the wall of the  Tartar City.  Sensible "Bobs."  London, January 1.5.���Lord Roberts today emphasis the.unsatisfactory condition of South Africa in  a* letter to the mayor of Portsmouth, postponing the presentation  of a sword of honor from that city.  He says: "It is most distasteful to  be honored and feted and called  upon to rejoice while so many aro  in bitter grief, and before we can  properly return thanks that the  cloud, is being rolled away which  has for more than a year darkened  the homes and crushed the hearts  of so many in our country."  Reinforcements Will be Sent.  London, .Tanuary 15.���The government has decided to" send large  reinforcements to lord Kitchener,"  and the war office in carrying out  the decision has determined to enlist 5000 yeomanry volunteers. At  a meeting held at the war oflice  this afternoon this plan and others  for securing men were discussed  and approved, and it is understood  that the government will in the  course of a day or two issue a communication on the subject.  Getting a Racer Ready..  Glasgow, .Tanuary 15.���The -keel  of the Shamrock II., challenger for  the America's Cup, was run while  Denny's yard waa closed ou New  With the cold weather the sheets  at the rink were in fair condition  yesterday - and" three games ; were  played. The next to the last game  of the series_to * be played between  the president" and vice-president's  rinks was'played last" evening. - The  .victory'fell to the., president's rink,  and now those ;of the latter side  are, over 30 points in the lead. It  is quite apparent that the members  of . the vice-president's side will,  have to put up for" the ��� banquet  which' is,to be given by the club at  the close of the season. The play-,  and the result* of the game' is,-as  "follows:  _$r* '���*'"���  2.1.' -*.  _-"Xl  Di*r_tall  A. T. Walley, skip, li  ^'Principal Soa��l^ t ~  ''K.'V.iMason  L. Oobey  A. Grantrskjj), 9  During the afternoon and even-;  ing two other games were -played^  and resulted as follows:  C. IC. Miller  .1. F. Wolr  A. T. Walley  J.**"!. Wallace, skip, 13  Jacob Dover  Harry Houston  J. Fox  Dr. Forin, skip, 12  R. Williams  C. Moirison  C. Wilson  F. A. Tamblyn, skip.  10  H. Hird  J. A. Dewar  John A. Tin nor  J.E.McLaughlin, skip,!!  It is/probable that the last of the  series of the president and vice-  president's games will be played  tomorrow.  Another North Pole Explorer.  London, January i 5.���Captaiu J.  E. Bernier of Quebec, who has  _volunteered-to make_a_voyage_oL  discovery to the North Pole by a  new route and by aid of inventions  of his own for ice traveling, has  completed his arrangements in  England and sails for Canada in a  few days to submit his ideas-to sir  Wilfrid Laurier. "My plan," he  said, "is to start via Behring Straits  and follow the coast of Siberia,  then push north as far as tho ice  will permit. Iii the ship attains a  better position than the .Teanette, I  expect to reach the pole and return  within three or four years. My  plans include not only reaching the  polo, but scientific observations not  hitherto completely achieved. The  ship is an improved Fram, and includes all tho best and latest designs of the . Anarctic vessels now  building. , Twelve or fourteen men  will accompany me. I attach the  greatest value to the Marconi  system for communicating with my  'base^."..   ���.-.'   :   '.       ��� ���' '.  ���',. ..".'"  Deporting Filipinos.  Manila, January 15.���Thirty insurgents who have been sentenced  to be deported to the island of  Guam were taken on board the  United States transport today, and  will sail tomorrow. The sentence  of deportation has been suspended  in the case of two priests of the  party who aro charged with collecting money for the insurgents.  But they will-be kept in confinement. Nearly 100 men were arrested in various towns south of  Manila on Sunday on suspicion of  being guerrillas. Most of them  were released.  He Thawed Out Dynamite.  Ashcroft, January 14.���A special from Lillooet says: While engaged in thawing dynamite in the  Ample mine yesterday, John Ole-  son, a miner, was instantly killed.  ._  .��99$_  %*��  ���A  ���a-asS  '_&  -"* *^l  J-^'5  fr-  '��-*_fti  r -��"__���_  i��.  *yil  .".&_  _"^j. i  .   ���J*y|  - "s_X  mi  ���4tm  *a-__l  ~ .-1*^551  -���J-'.fi'  r". -sSr  a-" 3*'  ,-- at  *-   V<-   _  >_  ��� -5*1  '_ZHi  '-a   .4^  'A  ���.��!  Washington, January~15.���SenV  ator Morgan 'today'introduced a*  resolution' declaratory of Lthe non-^  effect of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty  upon the* right of the United States  to construct the NiOaragtfa banal, s  The resolution recites" the protocol!  with Nicaragua and Costa Rica as*  preamble," and then proceeds as fol-A  lows: ResolvedyThat*the" Claytoriy*-  Bulwer treaty, of .Tuly 4th, 1S50,',. -  gives no * rightr,to Great /Britain to'-.  demand that the congress" of .the Y  United States shall withhold ���- its^ .  ratification of-' Vaid agreements <;  or shall abstain from legislation to,"  provide for their prompt.execution;**- -  That the ratification by Great Brifc-^-*  ain of the Hay-Pauncefote "treaty ?*-���  of February .'ith/1900, as^the "same-,  had been amended in the senate,'is; J  not a'condition precedent to" legisla-&\  tion by congress iu providing for* v  the execution of said agreements ~t\.:  with Costa Rica and Nicaragua, i-  nor are the principles or provis- >"���-  ions of the Clayton-Bulwer treaty^'*  any just or, admissable ground of/**\rrJ,^ar-5|  objection on the part of her Briton- r-'?j^^i  nie majesty to the;,enactment offa *\ ''^l?  law by congress-providing> for^the1^*- -5^?^  execution'of such agreement^ with"t*- -"Ti^  Costa Rica and'Nicaragua:*'', 7 '^ ~> ~^j, ^ti^t  ���-. London, January -16.���Tfie* Daily, ^;- Z:^M  Telegraph, which assumes that the"^" " "  cabinet council on Friday will discuss the Hay-Paiincefote treaty,'expresses;, the   opinion *^that   if*. the_  United ''States government presses'  for the^abrogation of - tliev Clayton-Bulwer -treaty in the 'usual diplo^  matic'manner, it'Will --nbtlflnd.-vthe^-  '���Br��ti_ti^ffv%r_rment difficult to. deal -  '���with, y '   **"<(:*..       \ _ ^ ...*���; ���'  ?;;' W1BED IN BBIiSP. r^    '-  I * 'a ______���*  tr * Cape Town.���Sir Alfred Milner's  'consultative commit<;ee of Uitland- -  \ev_ at Johannesburg is telegraphing  ���to the various committees of the  -Uitlander's throughout the country  tbe terms of, the formation of  guards for mines. Each mining  company is to pay and-furnish its  own men.  London.���The duchess, of Marlborough, while out hunting with  the hounds yesterday, was  thrown  from  her horse   while clearing  a  fence.   The horse rolled over her, *  but she escaped with nothing worse  than a severe shaking up.  __The Hague.���Mi-.-Kruger-starts--  for Utrecht iu a few days to consult an oculist.  Nurembubg. ��� Johann Faber,  founder of the Faber lead pencil  factory, is dead.  Rochester.���-Archie Eldridge, a  Buffalo brakeman, was killed in the  New York Central yards at Lyons,  New York, this morning while  coupling cars.  Montreal.���A fire last night did  $10,000 damages to the premises of  E. Coristine & Co., wholesale fur- -  riers. Loss covered by inaurance.  . Montreal.���Sir Charles Tupper  and lady Tupper have arrived here.  They will remain until the end of  the week, sailing for England from  Portland on the Tunisian.  London.���The will of the late  William Beresford appoints his  widow executrix and sole legatee.  Given for What It Is Worth.  Toronto, January 15.���George  Gooderham was interviewed today  and is alleged to have stated that  unless the C. P. R. treated mining  corporations better all would be  compelled to close down, including  the War Eagle. He also complained  that the C. P. R. refused to sell the  Trail smelter to the War Eagle for  from $500,000 to $600,000, 25 per  cent too high. Seen tonight at  Montreal, president Shaughnessy  said he thought Gooderham had  been misunderstood. As a matter  of fact, tho C. P. R. bought the  Trail smelter from Heinze and reduced the War Eagle's freight and  treatment rate from $11 to $6 per  ton. Subsequently, the company  offered the mine a freight and  treatment rate of $4.75 per ton, 50  cents for freight and $4.25 for  treatment. Tho C. P. R. was ready  to sell the smelter to the War Eagle  people for exactly what they bad  paid for it. r 2  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16 1901  f/^!~7-~T'~7- *r-~T-~7>~T'  ittow  Hi  Hi  Hi  iki  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Pal 1st  HAVE YOU HAD ON THE SIDEWALK��  DURING THE PAST FEW DAYS? J*/  "���������' Hi  ******���*���******.**.*.*.*.***.*���*.*. .*;  IF YOU HAD WORN A PAIR OF OUR  Hi  iki  Rubber Soled Shoes :. ..Hi  \.i Hi  Hi YOU WOULD HA VE BEEN PERFECTLY iii  Jjj SAFE.    CONSIDER THESE PRICES:      jjj  JJ? Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black   and Tan:  Regular-Jr  Jj? price $0:00, Snap at $4,60. jj?  w Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black   and Tan: Regular w  ��? price $5.50, Snap at $4.15. W  Hf &  Hi Ladies' Rubber Soled   Shoes:   Regular  price  $5.50,  now iH  Hi $4.15. . " y Hi  to to  ff\ Same   reductions   ��n   all- our  stock of Dry   Goods, Men's to  Ifi Furnishings, Boots and��Shoes. to  to . to  j��\ ************************ ft\  | Twenty Four Silk Skirts $  SHOW   THE RELATIVE  COMMER  CIAL IMPORTANCE  OF  The  Leading   Cities  and    Towns  British - Columbia as Taken From  - the Annual Report for 1900.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Here is something for the Ladies.  Regular price $ 6.00.:. * Bargain at $ 4.50  Regular price $10.00  .... Bargain .at' $ 7.50  Regular price $12.00  Bargain at $ 9.00  Regular pricV$14.00 . .���     Bargain at $10.50  Regular price $16.00  :.  Bargain at $12.00  ALL   SHADES.  ***********���>***>****'*****  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  :     ���    *;     ~      ~   ���*, __ _-  T. G.< Shaughnessy-is1 compaW,  atively a young man and he is the*  president .of one of the greatest  railway systems in America. .The  Canadian Pacific is a great railway  system, and it is a strong competitor -of other great railway  systems. It also owns hotels and  steamboats and smelters, and is  trying" to operate them at a profit.  .In doing so, the interests' of many  . people and of   many corporations  are'affected, some injuriously and  -'some .otherwise.' Among others  who say. they are injuriously  affected are the men who are  mining   eoaP'on'the  Crow's   Nest  ���Pass-brancVof the Canadian-Pacific  and eopper-gold ore at Rossland.  These men are strong financially  and politically. They are said to  be working to secure T. G. .Shaugh-  nes.y's downfall as a railway manager. Is he strong enough to withstand their assaults? As, a fight  between corporations, the people  have no great interest; but as a  light to the death between men, it  is of interest to thousands who  known the men personally. Tin*"  Tribune sympathies aro with the  red-headed man .who is at the head  of the C. P. R.   v.   ^   The story of the burning of a  negro at the stake in one of the  largest towns in the state of Kansas  shows to what extremes law-abiding  people will go in order to stamp out  a crime that they believe cannot be  suppressed by ordinary legal  'methods. It is said that people  will not go to such extremes when  the person charged with the crime  is of the white race. Whether or  not this is true, the crime' i*3 a revolting one, and the people of the  [Tnited States will stamp it out,  even if the law is outraged in  doing it.   Politicians Becoming Heated.  Greenwood, January 15.-���[Special to the Tribune].���Under the  heading of "The Voters' List is  Stuffed," a special issue of the  Times today has an expose.. of  methods used to carry   the civic  thirty-two names have been added  to the voters' list by means,.pf ficti-  .tious transfers in a.de^M^b^ifnr  -to elect Dr. ~R. if...-Ja^iP't!lw!!5^��.-  ' It says:. "Not^ohly has. an outrage  . loeen committed upon the electors  of  Greenwood; * but   on   the   men*  whose names were "first "placed" on  the list.    They knew nothing of the  'transfers.   yMariy "of them never  received the agreement of -sale under which'the transfers were made  on the list.15. They knew nothing of  -the transaction,"and a majority of  them are indignant* that,such free,"  ,iise of their names should*-be made  ��� in connection .with-such a piece of  ^-work." . Should these, outsiders, for  a majority of them are Deadwood  ' camp miners and residents of A'na-  ��� conda, be allowed to vote the result  will be contested." The editor of  the- Times   (<Duncan Ross) is the  '���candidate���who���is���opposing���^Dr.-  ! Jakes for mayor.  An Election Tomorrow.  Tomorrow   an   election   will   be  held   to   secure   an   expression of  opinion of   the ratepayers on the  district telegraph service franchise  by-law.   The   polls   will   be   open  ''from 8 a. m. to 1 p. in.   The polling  place of the Kast ward will  be at'  the police court room on .Tesephino  street, and that of the West ward  '.ait the office of the Exchequer (Sold  Mining Company on Iiaker street.  .1. K. Strachan will acta as returning  'officer and I_. A. Crease deputy returning officer.   The voter's list to  lie used was completed yesterday.  Big Appropriation Bill Reported.  Washington, January 15.���Tlie  house naval affairs committee today completed the consideration of  the naval appropriation bill, and  chairman Foss was directed to report the bill to the house. No  authorization of the Holland sub-  anai'ine class of destroyers will be  I'eco'nniended by the committee at  this timo. The total amount carried  hy the bill is $77,000,000, an increase of $11,000,000 over that for  the present year. Two battleships  and two cruisers aro to be contracted for, under the head of increase of the navy.  Nelson and Rossland are running  ueck-aud-neck. From a statement  published by the postoffice department showing the accounting offices  in operation in British Columbia;  the gross post.al revenue received  therefrom; the number and amount  of money orders issued and paid  and the amount of commissions  thereon; the value of postal notes  paid; and the compensation, salary  and allowances paid to the postmaster at each office respectively,  during the year ending June 30th,  1000, the following data is taken:  ************************************  PBEPARATOEY TO STOCK-TAKING  COMMENCING  JlSt  PAQTaflFFIPP PIPiiRPQ   THAT ^1-n'nP1'S,-^,^,^,^'^*i^,^*^'-^'^'^*S,ip^,m-5l       " 1*0. _0.*0_  ruoiurriuc nuun_.o   inHi    -^rffi-^5��� JS--*_>*���'0_\*^_\>��� JS?'00��� 00-00���00^00���00-081 ��� 00-^01 ���>?        ^^-^^j^^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^*:^:^^.  is.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ������-   ���- -/���*  "���t^*LaJffa% 00 . ^_W . j^0 . 00 .0^0 . ^^r .j0P . 0QP .^_0 �� 00 .00 . 00 .00 . 00 .00 . 0^0 . . **^^^ *___!>'* __5k ���___"> a^S"*"* ��� ___**���*��� **'_**'* ���___*.��� 5_*S "___'> ��� ___����� *^_B*t ���___"����� V_!__L *___*..*^__^ *__..~W  ^^_. .,-^__   �� *%_k  .^_k   . ***tt_ a>__^  ��� >^_. . ta^  . *^^_ t. *^_k   . ^_k  a^__  . *''^_k .^.h.   . ^_.   .^.k.   . *%_^ ��� . __tf . __^��  __# . __0.   __rf . __&.  .__# ��� __^.  __^ . _ri_*�� __^ . __0. _^^ . __0. __0 ��� __0 . _0  ^*\    ^���*.      ^_~*.    ^^<      ^***.    ^*"a^      ^^    ^*-''^_    ^^     ^*aaa* ^    ^*a^      ^**-^    ^"*.      ^���a**    ^''^      ^���'^ ^*~    ^���W~^���*T    ^*~w    ^���~    ^���^    ^^     C^^    ^^     ^���~    ^���~     ^^    m~^     ^���~    ^���*     ^***    ^^.  .YelhOii  Ca'roai postal revenue 912,!lll 22  Amount money oiders is-  bactl  fil.113 7">  Commission from public .      o71 IS  Amount     iiioncy    oidcrs  paid  11,271 29  Amount postal nolo1! paid .   2,7(!S frl  Compensation paillo post  niasler on   postal   nole  bu'-inow   Compensfition paid to po-jU  master on money order  biifiiicss   Compenpalion paid lo posl-  ina-)tcr on sa\ings nanU  lmsiuc-s.. .:...  Hilaiy  Korward allowance  Allowance towaidrciit, ole  Number money order-, issued  -       .Xnmbor    money     ordois  paid ���       _     .   -  7 7K  ISO 3.i"  J') ;..*'  !,7I>0 (H)  l'tO 1)0  Itfl (10  -1311  in io  Koshlaml  *SI3,0SS 17  70,541 18  050 IS  3i,ni2 no  1,70*) OU  211 iS  107 77  3,0(,0 00  ' mob  i'u"  1018  ^.  -   Other Cities  and Towns.  _  llross  Salary  Revenue  Vancouver.              *".il,lJS 97  Victoria.. .              d2.*>.*iri 82  New Westminster. .   .  .$2,!W(�� .**,'!  8,70.-) 50  Nanaimo.             . .   -.  . 2,.tI2 42  (i,!l".*i (id  Greenwood  1,100 00  5,402 81  Kamloops   .  1,189 00  3,881 82  Orand Folks   ftifl 00   -  3,����-2 03  Kaslo.     . .  1,110 00  3.099 l.'l  "Bcvelstoke Station   ..  .     8W) 00  2,795 10  ' Revelstoke....  1*00 00    -  831 01  .Sandon "   ���   . ���":  ..   1,000 00  1,028 31%  , Silverton   .    :'50foo  511 1*2  Slocan City..  -   ..     .��<) 00  889 13  Ymir     -*--  .     100 00  1,021 35  >'cw Denver   ..     50000  l.ttij 1*7  -Moyie*1 .     . \.  .     180 00 -  -   734 09  J"_rb Steele        **  ..    J80 00   -  1,270 70-  Fernie   .     400 00    i  2.057 CO  C.ianb.'ook ...           .   .  .. ' 120 00  -2,392 07'  ��� Ainsworth   .     210 00  .'Ifi 71  Compared. With' Other Cities.  These figures as compared "with  other cities throughout the Dominion show-that .Nelson's business is  exceeded in Ontario by Belleville,  Rr*jj^'��cd;Yr JJt-^ckville. Chatham;  .ftal^SjlpipoV^flamrlton, - Kingston,  London, ** Ottatva, Peterboro, St.  Catharines," St. Thomas, Stratford,  Toronto, Windsor, and Woodstock.  Of tbe above named Gait exceeds  Nelson by less than $50, and Stratford by less than $800. In Quebec,  the following cities exceed Nelson:  Montreal, ���-. Quebec City, and Sherbrooke. In New Brunswick: St.  John. -.In' Nova Scotia: Halifax,  ln.-Prince* Edward- Island: Char-  -lottetown. In Manitoba: - Brandon  andYWinnipeg. In the Northwest  Territories:   None.  Toronto*leads in gross .revenue,  contributing *$-46,129.43; Montreal  comes next with $353,_G8.91, and  Ilamilton is.'third with $81,110.55.  Only "28 cities in Canada exceed  Nelson....-..-- ._- ,���-���=-- ���=-  ������, CLEARANCE SALE  m  (?> HOSIERY, DRESS GOODS, SILKS,   TABLE LINENS,   TOWELS,  MILLINERY, MANTLES, FURS  9\  CARPETS, CURTAINS, REMNANTS FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS AT BARGAIN PRICES.  ************************  CARPETS & FLOOR OILCLOTHS-  20% Discount during the sale.  WINDOW SHADES-At greatly reduced prices. Bargains in odd  pairs of Lace Curtains;  MENS WEAR���Mens Fleece-Lined  Underwear from 60c each, up.  Bargains in Mens Ties, etc.  Remnants of Silks,' Dress Goods, Prints, Flannels, Table Linens, Carpets, etc., at less than Half Price.  ************************  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.  Silks for Evening Wear, a large  stock offered at 20% Discount.  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.  321 to 331 Baker Streot, Nelson*!  American an,-'European Plant*.  CENTS  MEALS  i*-_  GAS FIXTURES  We have just received a  large  shipment of  Cas Fixtures Finished in  Oxidized Copper and Brass  Which we shall dispose of at  cost, also Billings "Non-Mantle"  Gas Burners.  KOOTENAy ELECTRIC  SUPPLY& CONSTRUCTION CO.  Nelson, B. C.  ROOMS LIGHTED BY KLKCTRICITT  AND HEATED *BY STEAM   -  25 CENTS, TO 81  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET; NBLSOW.  Lighted by Electricity and Heat-.  ed with Hot Air.  " targe comfortable bedrooma and flrst-olaas  dining-room. Sample rooms for flommorctal men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  W|rs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  J-LTEJJFTHB ROTA! HOT_X,,JDA_OARY_  Njadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  P. Bums & Co.  Hkad Office at;  NELSON,- B.O.  Wholesale and Retail  D-ealej!S in Meats  Markets, at  Nelson,  Rossland,   Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke,' Ferguson Grand~ Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  ~e_yi and Vancouver.       _ ,*��� - *>  -  - Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  1--***--    "���"'      >y���    ^(/,ALL KDBiS OF"-       -*"   - '     ' =*- <<J-Z  .----*���-*���  FRESH ANDY SALTED MEATS^  WHOIiBBALB AMD RETAIL  FISH AND.POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker- Street, Nelson.  n*Ri>��RH wv MAiL'RinoK-'tnn aARWB-ni'. amt�� p��n_n��*r A-min���mv  RO^SaU,A_ND   BINailVBBRlNO   WORKS  cuNLiFFE & McMillan  Founders-and Machinists,-Specialty of Ore" Cars, Ora-Bln Doors and Cenf/ral Mining Machinery.  List "of'second-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and Is as good  as now: ' .  . 1 2--H. P. Locomolire-type boiler, with engine attached and nil fittings, ready to turn on steam.  1 bj"x8",Double-Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist, built-by Ingersoll Co.  , 1 Sinking Pump, No 6 Cameron, New'Yorfc - - '  1 Sinking Pump, 10"xft'-'xl3", outside packed plunger pattern.  ; Watch this advertisement for further lists, or write ns before you buy for complete list.  We  may have just what you want.  Agents for Northey Pumps.   Stock carried.  P. O.  Box 198.  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  THIRD AVENUE,  ROSSLAND.  r__3Jg_S I IT.jgOSTS-BU-T-ONE-GENT-l-SSg-c^_l^-la  To drop us a post card that we may call and  Never  have any plumbing-done until you  tivo estimates,'" It Savon'many dollars.  _avo seen-our goods iuj.i1 our prloes.  The only hotel in Nelson that ban remained  under one mana_emo_t) Blnoe 1890.  The bed-rooms ore well furnished and-IIghtea  by elootriolty. .    ..    .    . _  Tbe bar is always stocked by line best dom a-  tlo and Imported liquors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS,' Manager  Definite Decision Not Beached.  London, January 15.���The United  'States ambassador and the secre-  '., tary.of state for foreign affairs had  'a.second  conference today on the  amended   Hay-Pauncefote- treaty.  An,  outline   of   the action   Great  "Britain intends to pursue was not  developed, and no definite decision  Great  CROW & MORRIS  Baker Street, Nelson.  wnOLKSALE AND  KKTAIIa ....  TOBACCONISTS  Sole Agents for  TADDY'S TOBACCOS  r-lection that has created a senaa-   is likely to bo reached by  tiou here.   Tlie. paper changes tjiat I Britain for several days.  Brandies at IJossland and Creenwood,  si**********   '  See our special assortment oF Cigars  and Pipes.  Cigar and Cigarette Holders  and Cases.  Tobacco Pouches of all kinds,  and Smokers Requisites.  All the best brands ot Imported  and Domestic Cigars.  ' B B B and Loewe Pipes.  warn**!****  COME AND  SEE  THEM  WBJ CAN SUIT YOU  A_.Ii PKIOBS I  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. . 1-urge oomtort*  able roomn,   FlrRrwilaHP fatbla boa d.  Ask Your Grocer-  ���   for New  SWE^T   CIDER  for Mince Pies.  CIDER VINEGAR  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  OPPOSITE  P'VJTnirii'fr'w.  STRACHAN BROTHERS, Plumbers.  R. RE1STERER & CO.  BREW-RB AND BOTTLCBS OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  KOOTENAY .���_-.  COFFEE OO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************  We arc oflrcrinR at lowest prices llio best  Kradoi of Ceylon, India, China and Jnptui  Teas. -  Our Bos'-, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound ' f  10  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds .... 1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, 4 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Coll'ee, U pourds  1 Ofl '  Rio Blend Coffee, (1 pounds  1 00  , Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  -  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY OOfFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  REILEY & B.NOY  SUCCK3SOH3 TO If. P. ASHCltOI".')  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  WORK-?.*  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  WHOLESALE TRADE  JERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  "TIHORPE & CO"., -LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streets,"- Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale doalers in Berated waters and'  fruit syraps.-> Sole agents for Halcyon Springe*  mineral water.  Telephone GO.   .  ASSAYERS*   SUPPLIES.    ,  TTT F. TEETZKL & CO.���Cornor Baker^and  W ���   Josephlno streets, Nelson, wholesale deal  ers In   assayers-supplies.   Agents for Denve  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado. ; _ -  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.-r<v.   a'  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker street," Nolson  ���   wholesalo    dealers   in   liquors,   cigars  'cement, fire brick and Are clay,-water plpo<and  steel rails, and general* commission merchants.  ELECTBICAL,. SUPPLIES.,..;  'TJTOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY-& CON-;  . JSj.*. ST RUCTION COMPAN Y-Wholesalo deal-  -;ers in telephones, annunciators,-bells, batteries j"  flitures, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOOR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN-KER  MILLING   COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay.  Str  mixed cars shipped to all  Kootenay  ' ~   *    ���         t:_l_ ._.  'est)-  Straight or      .   Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R.R.  Mills at Victoria, NewT      '  P.  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.-Baker -street.   Nelson,  wholesale dealers ln fresh and oured moata.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES.  , A    MACDONALD &f CO.���Corner Front and  HaU  aud  streots,    wholesale  grocers  'obbers In blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  macklnaws and minors' sundries.  OOTENAY SUPPLY- COMPANY,   LIMI-  TED���Vernon   stroet. Nelson,   wliolesule  -grocers.  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-  w    ann. -wholflanlfl crrocers.  eon, wholesale grocers.  JY. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front stroet, Nelson.  ���   wholesale   dealers   in   provisions,   cured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HB YER3 & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine"  *   streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in hardware and mining supplies.    Agents for Giiuib  Powder Co.  ., Special allonlion Riven t<> _ll kinds of repairing  and ('iiHU>m work from c.**>il(le potnl'-. Heavy  bolls made Lo order on h_oi ' notice.  Surpassing1  Display in  Fall Suitings  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  Baker St., Nelson, wholosale   dealers ln  hardware and mining supplies, aud water nud  plumbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BKETON ft CO.���Corner Vornon  ���*��� and Josephine streets. Nelson, wholosale  dealers ln liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  -fq-AMILTON  POWDER. COMPAN Y-Bakei  stroot, Nolson, manufooturors of dynamite,  ing, stamping r   " 'L''      ���-���--"   esale dealers lu  blasting apparatus.  sporting, stomping and black blasting powdorsj  wholesale dealers In oapa and fuse, and elocLrio  Prompt) and .  delivery to  e trade  Brewery ai Nelson  A. R. BARROW, A.M.LC.B.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner YVicfccrlft and Kootmi  P.O.B0-IS9. Xr   *o.ai  P. J. RUSSELL  Buyer and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prices  Prompt Returns  Fair Assortment  Ship by Express.  NELSON, B. O.  ENGINEERS.  CHJLKLES PARKER���Mining and n___n0-a-  sloew,  __nur-BoiwkhBk>o-:rB*keiiitm8tL  'Kafam.  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, Bakor Street.  FRED J. SQUIRE. Managor.   ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT JAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets.  Nelson, manufaotorers of and wholesale dealers  la sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  ' TED���Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines (oaseand bulk,-  nti-l domanMe and Imnortnd ot-arfl.  ^ANTI-OHINESE RESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a'regular  meeting held on Saturday evening, December  22nd, 1900. all members of kelson Miners'Union  No. !IC, W. F. M., are requested to use every  legitimate means  To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese    , ^ r  direclly or indirectly. All union men and others  who believe in making this a white -man's cmin-  (ry, are requested toco operate in giving efl'ect to  the aforesaid resolution.   By order,  NKLSO.V MLVEUS'   UNION.  Nelson, December 22nd.  Tlie above resolution has been endorsed b" the  Trades and Labor Council of Nolson, and all  union men, and otheis in sympathy with it,.are  requested to govern   themselves   accordingly,  By order, _  TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nolson, December 22nd.  ARCHITECTS.  _J&Sty^th.^-tiTS^-TuU.i    WART ft C___RIE--Ar_Utocte.   Rooms  r ■ffiE TRIBUTE: NELSON B. C  WEDinESMY JANUARY 16 1901
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CAPITAL, all paid up.... $12,000,000.00
BEST v.....
UNDIVIDED PROFITS !    427.180.80
-   Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal...President
Hon. George A. Drummond......Vice-President
Jfi. S. Clouston ............... General Manager
Corner Bakor and Kootenay Streets.
A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.
Branches In London (England) Nkw York,
Chicago, and all tho principal cities in Canada.
Buy and soil Sterling Exchange and Cablo
Transfers. .,   •.'•    '-,_   -.,*-.,   _,   ...
Grant Commercial  and Travelers'  Crodits,
. availablo In any part of tho world.
Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc
Saving's Bank Branch
Tho American Federation of
Labor lias repressed its willingness
to placo at , the disposal of local
Trades aud Labor Councils the se-'
vices of a special organizer for the
purpose of reorganizing some of the
defunct unions, and, if possible, es-
(.ablishingnew ones.
Retail merchants in several lines
of business in Victoria will petition
tlie city council for an early closing
bylaw. " •
It is said "that the two Chinese
cigar factories in Victoriaf*will go
out of business shortly. The reason
given is-that they are unable - to
compete with eastern products.   *
Tlie Seattle Typographical Union
has adopted a 7.1-hour day for typesetting machine operators. The
wages are $i.50 for night work and
$4 for day work. \ At the expiration of a year it would not be surprising if a piece work basis replaced "the present time work-
system. -
The'small vote of 224 .polled for
Woodley, Socialist candidate for
mayor of Toronto, displays how
few the people are who'"are'pre-,
pared to adopt revolutionary Social-,'
ism. ■»** Although Spence,. a ' pushing-
advocate of municipal ownership
of gas', electric light, tram cars, etc.,.
was defeated, still the vote went to
show'that-13,500 electors against-
OfJOO favor" municipal ownership.
The organized labor vote went to'
Spence,Ydemonstra ting, once more,
the good'sense of tra*de 'unionists,
in keeping'at arms', length "everything of a theoretical*nature.- They
"cannot, afford   to. do -otherwise.
-Trade' unions are the , practical
means of today oi intercepting^the'
encroachments. of capital on the
rights of "labor. Because 'they are
only,- partially* successful,-, is_.ncT
reason why they should throw away
the few concessions gained,' and
pitch their lot in with the Socialists
who have really accomplished nothing..    '     •_________'-
with which is amalgamated
Imperial Bank of Canada
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid up
Paid-up Capital,
Reserve Fund,
•   $2,000,000
Hon. Geo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,
President. Vice-President.
AV. U. Hamilton   M. Lkgoat   Jas. Ckatiieiin
John Ho_kix, Q.C, LTj. I).
J. XV. Fi. vvjji i u  W. K. 11*. *\lAasi:v A. Kingman
E. Walker. J. H. Plummer,
General Manager. Asst. Gen. Manager.
A. H. Ireland,
Cliicf Inspector unci superintendent of Branches.
London Office, oo Lombard Street. *~3. (
S. Camiikon Aluxandi'i**, "Manager.
New-York Office. 10 Bjcohange Place.
Alex. Laird and Wm. Gray, Agents.
0 i-tawa
-iKLLKX ll.l.B        ,
Pe*i krdoko
Pout Perky
Sr, Catharine*-***
OlU'lll VM
Saw.i* Stk. Mawr
•He yfohtii
' Himcoi:
ToiiOK'io (8 offices)
Toronto .Junction
AS'i^nqoit              .   . • -
Quebec: Manitoba:
Mo.vTunu.        '    "   AVinnipim
-*" Yukon District*:
"0 vavson* "   Wirrri: Ilonsr.
" .<-• British Columbia:"
A'Ji.ix Nelson;
'Ck\n brook New A\"i:«itminsteii
Frknik Rossland
Grkii.nwood S\NI)ON
JCa-mlooi's Vancouver
Nanaimo Victoria
Tke'majority of trade-anions in
Canada being, subordinate to, and
Avorking'under charters issued by
American institutions, the following list of unions, with amount "of
per capita tax chargeable to. each
.member, with" the benefits derived
thereby, should" be of -interest.
Strike benefits are not given; and
only some of the unions .with a
local significance quoted:
Barbers.—Per capita tax, .$4.20 a
year; for. this they receivo a sick
benefitof .$100.
•Boilermakers—$2.-10. Strike benefits only.
Bricklayers.—1)1 cents. (Strike
benefits only.
Cigarraakors.—Dues .10 cents per
week. Sick benefit .$5 per week;
out-of-work benefit, $.'3 per Aveek;
death benefits $50, $200, $350 and
$:"5!)0, according to length of membership; loan benefit, $20; "wife or
Avidowed mother funeral benefit
Retail clerks.—2f> cents for three
months; females, 12] cents. Funeral benefit, $50.
Street Railway Employees.—$1.20
per year.   Death benefit.
Raihvay Firemen, $2, wliich provides for a life insurance.
Printers.—$3; One-quarter to
burial fund, one-third- to maintain
•home for aged aud sick members
at Colorado Springs, Colorado.
The Massey-Harris Company of
Toronto, who, some time ago, secured an injunction against striking moulders, restraining them for
"picketing," and who later tried to
drop the case, have lost the suit.
This decision means that it is not
an illegal act to speak to and advise "a man not to take employment
from a concern whose men are on
UntViuking unionists ask for
compulsory arbitration,with a binding award. Such a decision as the
one quoted below, given against
a trade union in Canada, would
mean ruin: ''The award of sir David
Dale on the important brass trades -.
arbitration, recently conducted by
him in Birmingham, has been issued The operatives succeed in
their endeavor to establish a min;
jinuui wage, but the arbitrator fixes
$he amount at* 4£d' per hour, in-*
'New York, N. Y. Seattle.'AVash.
San Francisco, Cal.     Portland, Ore.
Sic\gwaV, Alaska.
Bankers in  London—The   Bank of 'Scotland;
_lcs.ii\s. Sinith, Payne & Smiths.  - --- t
-Bunkers in New York—The American Exchange'
National Bank.
""Agents in Chicago—Tho Northern Tinst Company.
Agents in New Orleans—The  Commercial, Na-
-.    tional. Bank. -   '
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-Inlerest 'allowed on deposits.    Present rate
thrco per ceni. - ■%-
Manager Nelson Branch.
D. R. Wilkle, General Manager.
E. Hay, Inspector.
Nelson Branoh—Burns Block, 221 Baker Street
J. -I. LAY, Manag-.-
all well appointed, the parlor being
supplied with porcelain 9tove and
heating pipes, and the kitchen Avith
Avash boiler and stove; with yard
for flowers in front, and behind
there is a garden plot and houses
for poultry and domestic animals.
Three dollars aud sixty-five cents a
month is a-perpetual" deed for this
property. ■	
Heading Off .Rivals.
Vancouver, January 15.—[Special to The Tribune.]—The Canadian
Pacific is trying to' head off any
chance that the Coast-to-Kootehay
railway may have for getting a
-subsidy from either the. Dominion
or the province. Tliey have already
commenced work- on a new" line
from -Abbotsford to ChilliAvack. A
party of engineers in charge, of
.T. W. Young is now in the field
surveying east from Chilliwack
through Hope mountains. Tt is also
officially announced here that the
Canadian Pacific will put tAvo fast
steamers on the Skagway route in
addition to the present vessels of
the' "C. P. N. fleet," which were
recently purchased by the Canadian
-Apply The Royal-
stead of Od, as. they asked. -He declines to limit underhand or juvenile", labor. Fifty-four hours "a week
is fixed*and time" and* a quarter is
r^toi1 be paid for overtime. The claim
Jby the associated" employers" that
the present'bonus "of 20 percent
should be reduced unless -(universally paid is disallowed, but they
have liberty to__ employ non-union
labor at their regular ".remuneration.',' ; , y   .
The los3 occasioned by the Calais,'
France, lace-makers' strike to January 1st is calculated at $1,500,000,
and the Avorkers deprived of about.
$800,000 in wages.
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Trades unions of Toronto which
recently adopted the system of
holding their meetings'epen to the
public, report the scheme as a success, it being the means of'fetching
non-unionists Avithin tlie fold.
' Cellar to Rent
Bank of Canada.    „v
Wanted—A fiirst-class
Apply al Ti'ihnno ofllco.
To let—Furnished rooms in Carney block.  Reasonable rates.
Cash'paid fob scrap ironj brass
and copper., Nelson Iron Works."
"Wanted—A 10-room .furnished
-house.  Apply at room 4, K-W-C block.
^  If you want'to buy-or sell anything go to the "Old Curiosity Shop." - "*"*-
Hack. calls left at the Pacific
Transfer'barn, on**Vernon street. Telephone
call35.     <   - . . „     *
For Rent.—Two fine" offices-Jcen-
trally locatcd.T Apply to A. H. Buchanan,- Bank
of Montreal.   .        '      ' - -     ,   -        -       ;
51 ' Two large, well-furnished rooms
to let. ,l~and 5 Macdonald block; corner Josephine and Vernon. -
Wanted—Board .and_ lodging in
private family for boy attending school.' State
terms to Fred Adie, Waneta,-B. C-
Wanted—A good strong girlrl3
toll years old." Apply to* Mrs. Rowley, corner
Josephine and Observatory streets.       ,■
<  For   .Sale *■*■ Cheap—New" cabin
handy to smelter.  Apply to Georgo F. Motion,
"at Nolson Wine Company's store.._ _ —""_.,
- "New" "lot' just' in."—For* fresbf
candies, fruits, nuts, etcY call at the Bon Ton'
OnnfantlrvMAHiT       THoIr,
Baker Btreet, Miss A. Ia. Klink-
- The great dockers' strike is still
on at Antwerp. There are 8000
dockers interested, and the strike
is being made a test of unionism.
The difficulty is: about twelve
months ago the •* men succeeded in
obtaining extra pay for night -and
.Sunday labor; now the employers
have made a demand that the pay
for this class of AA'ork shall be re-
duced'HO per cent. The men naturally object to this reduction, and
have refused to work unless the
agreement of last year is carried
If Ave all loved our neighbors as
we do ourselves, says a _yni_, Ave
should have very little time left to
do anything else.
Since 1871,1105 unions, Avith an
average membership of 00,295, have
been organized in Denmark. It is
claimed that 70.7 per cent of all
mechanics and working people are
organized. In the past 30 years
wages have been advanced 70 per
cent, and the hours of labor reduced
from 11 toO. ,
Belfast printers secured an increase of wages of Is. Od. on January 1st. Their wages stand 24-s.
($5.75) for a week of 52J hours.
Ten out of 33 county councils in
Ireland provide in all contracts for
a minimum wage.
At the Leith (.Scotland) docks
women are employed as laborers
and are engaged unloading dried
fish, oilcake, cotton, seeds, etc. They
get 3d. per hour and make from 8s.
to 15s.'a week.
In Chemnitz, Germany; the working nien are provided by the government with brick houses of five
rooms for $3;<55 a month.   They are
Wanted.—Free milling gold' properties in British Columbia. Andrew F.'Rose'n-
berKor,"Nelson, B. C. Phone No. 1M, K.-AAr. C.
block.       * •
Wanted—Man and wife want position as cook and helper in "mine or small board-,
ing house. No incumbrances. Address* Cook,'-
Tribune office, Nelson.
Prospectors    having    promising,
mineral claims are-requested to call at ThVPros-'
pector's Exchange, Nelson, B. C, room No. i,
K.-AV.-C. block.* Phone No. 101.
For Sale—Profitable hotel business and real estate, known as the iRoyal hotel,
cornor of Stanley aml_ Silica street. Apply to
Johns & MeLeod, Royal hotel, Nelson.
Investors—The Houston block, at
tho corner of Baker and Josephine streets, can'
_ 1 .1 „£ a prje(> t|,at will.net 12 *"
Apply to John Houston,
per auifnui. Apply to John Houston, Tribune
For sale—Eot 10, block 17; 30 Loot
froiitage_on_A7ictoria_streel,-two_ houses-^on
property. Price ?2800, I onus easy. Address
Fiank O. Graham, care or Matheson & Craham's
harbor shop.
Miss Von Der Werth—Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Gives advice
on commercial bnsiiiesn anil mining; reunilfls
unhappy lovers- and broken-up families. Room
1, over Thomson Stationery Company.
Notice of Application to Transfer a
Notire is hereby given I hat I in! end lo apply
at. the noxl f.ittlng of the Board of T'icenso Com-
uiisaiionoi's of tho City of Nelson Tor permission to
transfor my retail liquor license, for Iho premises
Mtuato on the oast, hair of T.nt I, Block 2, iu the
City of Nelson, and known aR the Grand Hotel,
to (austiivus Nelson.        JOHN BLO.MBEUO.
Dated at .Vel-ion, II. C, this 3rd day of January,
1001. '.
AVitncss: Tho\i\h Svmin.
Notice of Application to Transfer a
Notice is horeby given 1 lint. 1 intend (oapplyat
the next sitting of the Board of I_con.se Commissioners of lhe City of Nelson for permission
to transfer my rotuil liquor license; for the promises situate ou tho west half of Lot 1, Block 2. in
I ho City of Nolson. and known as the CI no Hot
saloon, to Thomas Sproatt.      GUS. NKIaSON.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 3rd day of January.
AVitneHS: John .IlLOMiuino.
Trees   Seeds   Plants
Sixty vane ties of Apple, extra choice stock of
Cherries, Apricots, Peach, Plums and Prunes.
Thousands of Roses, Rhododendrons and fancy
Tested Seeds; 100 page catalogue free. Address
3000 AVestminsler Road U     I    U_„ma
Vancouver, B. C. •"■ »' nBHry
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the Battle Smoke
of the Holiday Trade has cleared
away it is well to come back to the
every day business of the year as
quickly as possible.
• ••
JACOB DOVER, The  Jeweler.
Our Jewelry and Watch Department is in full sAvlng., Mall Orders receive our Prompt Attention
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$500 in Prizes
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The census, of Canada A\rill be taken in April, and tho population of the 'several incorporated cities will be known a short
timer afterwards.- Tiu<r Tribune publishes Daily and Weekly
editions at the following rates of subscription by mail: Weekly,
one year $2; Daily, six months, .$2.50; one year, $5. .-The Daily
is delivered*in*Nelson by carrier at the. following rates: Three
months," $2.50; six months, $5; one -year, $10. A large number
of subscribers are*in arrears, and a large number of subscriptions
-are aboiitto expire, besides a large number of people in Kootenay
and .Yale are'about to renew subscriptions for newspapers for the
year. * In order, to'make it an object for all ;these people„to patronize The-"Tribune, the following sums are offered as prizes, on
the following conditions:.'/,- * -     '
Canada- .r.:.'.*.7:i........S100r
British" Columbia    25
Northwest Territories ..   25
Manitoba.......    25-
Ohtario. '.     25T
Quebec ..!..:.     25,
New Brunswick     25
Nova Scotia :"-.'5. f25
Nelson  ..S50.
Rossland  25.
Kaslo .-.  25
Sandon    -.. 25
-Revelstoke —r.  25
Grand Forks  25
Phoenix  25
Greenwood  25
The subscriber, remitting- $2 in payment of either arrears
or advance subscriptions to Thb -Tribune.will be entitled'.to give
an estimate onthtfpbpulation of any two places in^the list/named
above ; $2.50, totthree estimates; $5.00, to five estimates ; .$10, to
ten estimates. Eill out blank- below, in accordance with above
terms, and remit" amount of subscription to     ;
The Tribune Association, Limited
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Name :	
Post "Office -
-Amount enclosed $,..*. -
Subscription to Edition of The Tribune
Estimate as to population of
Canada    .....'.	
British Columbia	
North-West Territories	
Ontario  ....^..*.	
New   Brunswick.
Nova   Soctia...,	
City of Nelson..	
City of Rossland	
City  of Kaslo	
City of Sandon	
City of Revelstoke...
City of Grand Forks.
City of Phoenix	
City of Greenwood...
This offer holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.
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C. W. West & Co.
Hard Coal
No ordor can be accepted unless accompanied
by* cash. ■■  -. ■-'•-;'
Office:  Corner of Hall•••     TPI EDUflUcC   -""■*!
and Baker Streets. ICLtfllUllC  00.
Lethbridge Gait Coal
.The best value for the money In the market
for a_;purpo_w.    .
rsxua a_3H    W. P. TiKBNier. General Agent
Telephone U7.   OfflaowlUiO, O.JaChrUUe.
Rossland, B, C, November 9Lh, 1900.
To F. B. Sai.ibbury :
Notice is hereby given that I, William Grifllths,
intend to claim the interests in the following
named mineral claims formerly held by F. B.
Salisbury, on which he has neglected to pay his
share of tlie expenses of tlio annual assessment
work    To wit *
A one-half (j) interest in the "Bunker Hill"
mineral claim.
A ono half (J) interest in the "Snlllvan"mlneral
A one-half (1) interestin tho "1'itlelity" mineral
All the adjoining claims, ituated on the west
fork of the north fork of Salmon river, in the
Nelson Mining Division,
This action is taken under Section 11 of Chapter ii>, of the statu tes of 181)!' and' amendments of
Agent for William Griffiths.
Notice is hereby given that thirty, days after
date wo. The Corporation of the City of Nelson,
intend to apply to the Chief Commissioner of
Lands and Works for permission to purchase
for the purposes of the Corporation, the following
described land in tho District of West Kootenay,
situate oh the south bank'of Kootenay river,
about ten miles below Nelson: Commencing at a
post marked "The City of Nelson's S; W. corner,"
thence east 30 chains, thence north 15 chains
to the Kootenay river; thence-westerly along the
Kootenay river- 30 chains, thence south 15 chains
to tlio place of-beginning.
NKLSON, By John Houston, Mayor.
December 12th, 1900.
To  Gko.  H. Ii.-mmi:kr, J. It. Ckankon, or to
any person oi* persons lo whom he may havo
transferred I its interest in the Harvey.I oy
mineral elainp*. at Morning Mountain, Nelson
Mining Division.
Yon are horeby notified tliat I have expended
One Hundred DoITarii in labor and improvements
upon tho nbovo -moiitioned   mineral claim, in
order-to  hold sfl ul  mineiul cliiim  under tin-
provisions  or tho Mineral Aer. and it wiihin
ninety days from the date ot thin notice you fail
orreniRO to contribute your proportion of Mich
expenditure, togetlior with all costs of advertising, yoiir iDterestlti .said claim will become tho
property of'the subscriber, under section four or
an Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral
Act. 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.
Dated this 12th day of December, 1900.
Nolico is hereby given, that thirty days afler
date 1 Intend to apply to lhe chief commissioner
of lands and works for -permission to pnruhaso
the following described lands about two miles
■west of the City of Nelaon: Commencing at a
post marked \V. J. Beaven's S. K. Corner Post
planted at S. AV. comer post of H. Solous pur-
chased Lot (i05, Groiin 1, on the high water line
on the west bank of Kootenay river,thonee north
"20 chains, thence west 20 chains, thenco south 20
•chains, more or less to the high water lino-on
north bank of Kootenay river, thence following
tho meandering of the aforesaid river in an easterly dircction'20 chains more or less to point of
• -ommencement. Containing 32 acres "more or
"less. W. J. UKAVKN.
Dated at Nelson this 21Uidayof December. l'JOO,
_B~r-Xj-_J~r *t*TO.   85.
By-Law'granting to tho Electric   Despatch'
Messenger Compan;
privilege of cxercisi
Messenger Company, Limited, the right and
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_. operating 'and maintaining ii'Disrrict Telegraph and Messenger
System and Sorvico in the City of Nelsou:
The Municipal Council of the Corporation of
the City of Nelson (hereinafter called "the Coun-*
cil ), in council asssembled, enacts as follows:
1. Subject to the fulfillment of tho terms, conditions and provisoes hereinafter contained,
which terms, conditions and provisoes nnd the
due fulfillment thereof arc to ho taken as conditions proccdent to the enjoyment of the rights,
■powers and privileges hereby granted, the said.
Electric Despatch'Messcngor Company, Limited,
and its successors and assigns (hereinafter called
the "Company") are hereby granted the right,
and privilege of erecting and maintaining poles
subject to the direction of the Council and of'
stringing, stretching, laying, maintaining, repairing and operating wires, cables'and conduits
over, under, upon, along and across any and all
streets and lanes of the City of • Nclsonrand of
constructing, equipping, operating, and maintaining a District Telegraph and Messenger System and Service in the Ciry of Nelson.
,. 2.   The said Company shall erect and maintain
-such poles, and string, stretch,' lay and maintain'
such wires, cablesand conduits in such a manner
as not to interfere witli the full and unobstructed-
use of the streets and lanes of said City, and
shall place such poles at such points and shall*
stretch such wires at such heights as shall be
properly designated by the Council of the said
City of Nelson.    Such poles-Shall be neatly'
dressed in a manner satisfactory to the Council,
and shall not be less than 35 feet in height above
street grade and shall be painted as directed by
the Council. - -    -
3. It shall be lawful for the Council at any
.time to give the Company leave to string its-
wires ou any poles, or in or along any conduits,
.belonging to the said City of Nelson, upon such
terms, or conditions (if any) as may from timo
to time be agreed upon.
i. Whenever it shall be neccessary for tho
paid Company, iu constructing, repairing, altering or operating such system, to break or dig up
or in any manner disturb or interfere with any
street or lane, it shall'without delay put such,
street or lane in as good conditlou as it was before it was so broken, dug up, disturbed or interfered with, and it shall forthwith remove
from such street or lane all surplus oarth, stones
or rubbish or other material resulting therefrom.
5. Whenever any person. Arm or corporation
shall have obtained lawful authority from the
Council to remove any building, structure or
edifice through or across any street or lane of the
said City of Nelson, and the wites of the Company shall obstruct, prevent or interfere with
such removal, Ihe Company shall within twenty-
four hours after notice in writing from the Council or the City Engineer remove or raise such
wires so as to allow an unobstructed passage for
such building, structure or edifice.
0. Whenever it shall be necessary, in grading,
removing, altering or otherwise working upon'
any street, lano or sidewalk of -tho i-aid City, to
remove nny pole, poles,*cables, conduits or wires
belonging to the Company, tho Company shall,,
upon receiving twenty-four hours' notice from
tho Council, removo such pole, poles, cables,
conduits or wires; and if the Company shall neglect or refuse so to do, such pole, poles, cables,
conduits_or wires may he i .movod.bjitho Coun-_
*"cil nt tho expenso of tho Company, such exponso
to he recoverable with costs from the Company
in like mnnncr ns municipal taxes.
7. The Company shall commence t he construction of such District Telegraph and MoFtjenger
System within two months and shall have the
same in operation to the satisfaction oftthe
Council wiiniti six montliH after the dato on
which this By-Law shall lake efi't-ot and shall
keep the same in continuous operation thereafter, reasonable delays on account of accidents
8. The Company shall in tho exorcise of the
rights and privileges hereby granted operate Its
said system and maintain the same in such manner us the Council may deem necessary for tho
protection of tho persons and properly of the
9. The Company shall ho liable for nnd shall
Indomnify the City of Nolson for all damages
arinini: out of Lhe const ruction and operation of
ils said system.
10. A contract embodying tho provisions hereof nnd covenants on I hn part of the Company to
conform to mid fulfill oil tho matters nnd provisions horeby required of It shall ho drawn and
shall hfoxoculed by tlio I'Ity of Nelson and tho
Company wflliiii two months aftor the date ou
whicli this Hy-laawshall takoull'eol.
11. TIiIh By-Law Hhall take oll'ect and be of
force on and aftor Iho 28th dayof January, 1901.
12. This By-I-Aw may bo cited ns tho "District
Tolograpli By-Law No. 85."
Take nolico that tho above is a true copy of
tho proposed Hy-Law upon which the volo of the
electors of tho Municipality will bo taken: For
the East Ward at tho City Police Court, on tho
east side of Josephine street, belwoen Baker and
Victoria streets; fo? the West Ward nt. the ofllco
ot tho Exchequer Gold Alining ('omnany, on tho
north side of Baker street, between Stanloy nnd
ICootonay streots, in tho City of Nolson, on Thurs
day, the seventeenth day ot January, instant,
between the hours o' S o'clock a. in. aud 4
o'clock p. in. J. IC. STRACHAN,
City rioik.
Nelson. B ('.., January lib, 1001.
Province of  British.   Columbia,   Nelson, West
Kootonay, lo wit:
By virtuo of a warrant of oxecution issued out
of tho county court of Kootenay, holdon at Nelson, at the suit* of Robert Hcddlo. plaintiff, nnd
to mc directed against tho goods and chatties of
.lames Leouard .Stamford, defendant, I have
seized and taken in execution all the right, title
and interest of the said James Leonard Stamford in about fourteen thousand two hundred
and flftv (11,2.50) shares.* more or less, of the stock
of the "Venus Cold Mining Company, Limited!
non-personal liability; to recover the sum of
three hundred and sixty-four dollars and twenty
cents ($:«M.20). amount of said' execution; besides
sheriirsponndage; oflicers' feosandall other legal
incidental expenses: all of'.which I shall-expose
for salo; or sufficient thereof to satisfy said judgment debt and costs, at my ofllco next to the
court house in the city of .Nelson, B. C, on Monday, the '.'1st day of January, A. D. 1901, at the
hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon.
' Note.—Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to interest and title of the said defendant.
Dated at Nelson, B. C, 11th day of January,
S. P. TUCK, Sheriff of South Kootenay.
SHERIFF'S SALE       . * '*"* \.
Province of British Columbia, Nelson, Wesli/,'
(Kootenay, to wit: . •.
By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued jr>ut -
bf the Supreme Court of British Columbia at the
suit of BankoC Montreal,  plaintiffs, and to mo
directed against the goods and chattels of tho
Fisher Maiden Consolidated Mining and Smelt-   .
ing Company, defendants,   I have seized and '.<
taken tn execution all tbe right, title'and inter- ' .
eats of tho. said -defendants, tho Fisher Maiden
Consolidated 'Mining and Smelting Contpany, "in >.
the mineral claim known as and called ."Troy"
and in the mineral claim known as-aud called    ' .
"St. Helena;" situated on Four Mile Creek, about
soven miles from its mouth, being re-locations of-/'
the mineral claims, "Fisher Maiden" and "Silver-    *
ton" respectively,'both recorded in tho office;of
. the Mining Recorder for the Slocan Mlning-Divis-*. -'
the West Kootenay District, on the Kith* day.".,
ion of
of July. A.
D . 1900, to recover the Bum of Fifteen
Six   Hundred   and'- One   Dollars:
_ ii
.-''Zr I
- <■_
(f 15,001.00) and also interest on Fifteen Thousands
.Five Hundred  and Ninety Seven - Dolla s and- f
Fifty Cents ($15,597.50) at six per centum per an- **-»
nam from the 4th day of January, 1901, until pay
ment; besides Sheriffs poundage, officer's tees
and all 'other, legal incidental expenses : all ot
which I shall expose for sale or sufficient thereof •
to satisfy said judgment, debt and costs at. the,.?
- front of-my oflioo, next'to the Court House, in".
the City of Nelson. B, C„ on .Thursday.-the 24th .
day of January, 1901, atthe hourof eleyen o'c'ock »-.j
in the forenoon;  -„_*"C*,  - •-"' "■      .".~Z"   J>
Note.—Intending purchasers will satisfy them- Y'
solves as to interest and title of tho said-defend- X
ants.      ' - , *   ' _"'
Dated at New Denver the 12th day of January,   .
1901. , -        .■    ■
------     S. P.-TUCK,
-_r..;,.  .. ■*._'' ~t ,• Sheriff of South. Kootenay,,:
.The' undersigned   has   been   authorized   by . .
resolution of tho city council to ask for applica-.
tions for tho position of chief of the Fire Depart--- '
ment of the City, of Nolson.   Applicants will   -
state   age,   nativity,- experience   and   where, -
whether married  or single,  and give recommendations from   chief of department where _
now employed and from underwriters.    Mark
.applications:   "Application for Chief of Fire Department." and address
J. IC. STRACHAN, City Clerk, Nelson. B. C.    .
Dated January 2nd, 1901.
Notice is hereby given, that within sixty days
after the dato of this notice, I intend to apply to
the assistant commissioner* of--lands nnd works,
'at Nelson, for a lease of. the following described
land, for the purpose of opening up and working
stone quarries, situate about two miles in au
easterly direction from tho City of Kaslo, WesL
Kootenay District:
Commencing ata post planted on the lake shore
marked " J. A. Knaut's N. W. corner," running
thenco cast twenty chains; thence south" twenty
chains; (hence west twenty chains, more or less
to the lake shore; thence north along the lake shore
fo the point of commencement: nnd containing
forty acres more or less. J. A. KNAUF.
Dated Decembor lflth, 1900.
_>TELSON _UN£RSUUNION-NO. DG.-W.-F. if***-—-
A" M.—Meets in miners' union rooms; northeast corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every
Saturday evening at 8 o'olock. Visiting mem
bera wolcome. M. K. Mowatt, Presidoht. Jame
Wilkes, Secretary. Union Scai.k of Waokb
for Nelson District—Por shift, machine
men, $3.50: hammersmon minors. $3.25; muckers,
carmen, shovelers aud other underground laborers, 13 00.
lar meetings of Uio Nolson Trades and Labor
Council will lie hold In the miners' union hall,
oorner of Victoria and Kootenay streets,-on the
flrst and third Thursday of .each month, at
7.30p.m. G.J.Thorpe,Prosident*. J.H.Mathe-
son, Seorotary,
THE rogular meetings of the Carpenters' Union
are hold ou Wednesday ovenlng-of each
week.ab 7 o'clock. In tho Miners' Union hall oorner vlotoria and Kootenay streets. Charled
Clayton, President.  John MeLeod, Secretary.
ARBKHS' UNION.-Nelson Union. No. ISO. of
tho International Journeymen Barbers Union of America, moots overy fir-stand third Monday of oach month ln Minor's Union HaU, corner
of Victoria and Kootenay stroots, at 8:30 p.m.
-•"■> I
tally invited to
president: J. H. Mathe-
sharp.   Visiting  brothers cordially
attend.   R. McMahon, .       ......   	
son, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardnor, recording
LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro
tectlvo Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets ia
Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner of Bakor aud Kootenay streets, overy Monday evening
at 7:30 p.m. Bharp. Visltino'memborsof the American Federation cordially invited to attend.
James Mathew, President. John ltobei-ts, ro
cording secretary.
   ._  ....          is hold
tho first and third Fridays in-each" month at Miners' Union hall'at 7:30 sharp. J. H. Millward,
Presidont; Will J. Hatch, Secretary.
meetings on tho second and.fourth Thursdays of each month, at 8 o'clock in Miners' Union
hall. Visting brethem cordially Invited. C. F.
Bell, president; J. 1*. Forestell, secrotary
meeting of the _ Painters' .Union
« o'olock.   J.
Vice, socretary
D.  Mover,   president; William
P. O. Box l»0.  .
NKLSON LODGE, NO. 33, A. _>. ft A. M.
Meets second Wednesday ln eaoh month.
Sqjonrnlng brethren Invited.
85, Knights of Pythias, meets in LOO. F.
Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay streeta, every
Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting Knight*
oordlaliy Invlted to attend. F. J. Bradley, C.C.;
J, A. Paquette, K. of R. & S. .
moots In L O. O. F.
    Kootenay Btreet*.
[day of eaoh* month. Visiting
brethem cordially Invited. W. W. Bradley, W.
M, A, Mluty. Recording-Secretary.
NKLSON L. O. I_, No. 1G
Hall, oorner Baker and THE  TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. 0.. WEDNESDAY JANUARY 16 1901  ayers  We carry in stock a full line of Assayers' and Chemists'  Supplies. The quality of our goods cannot be excelled  and  our prices  are   reasonable.__.-_���= _____=__;-__.��_____-_"  We ai-M British Coluiii'jia Agents foi*.  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH 6c  SON'S BALANCES  SMITH 6c THOMPSON'S .BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK  NELSON,   B. C.  orm Clothim  �����  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       Q  of fancy vests.   The very   latest in  style and  pattern.  The Nelson Clothing House  217 AND 219 BAKER STREET. NELSON.  SKATE  from 75c to $3.50.  For the balance of this month we are .offering special reductions in  . * Carvers,*Ladies.Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  STRAWBERRY   ....    Y   A   TV/TO     BLACK   CURRANT  RASPBERRY     Ci jHLIVXO    RED CURRANT  Put up in 51b Tins by the    ���  TORONTO  BISCUIT & CONFECTIONERY CO.  - Houston Block,'  Telephone 161.  a-  P. O. Box" 176.'  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  MULL LINE OF  Front Doors j  Inside Doors  Screen Doprs7.  "Windows  ��� y   -,  Inside Finish  local and ooasb.    *  Flooring  local and coast),  \ Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  ot all kinds.  It WHAT VOtr WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL *M__K Tf FOB YOU  CAM*. AND GET PRICES.  J. A. Sayward  ��� '-���HALL-AND-LAKB gTBEETfl. H__BCN__x.-   Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  1IRNDRYX AND VifiRNON STREKTS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash arid Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumber Oo.ltd.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogus-town) Fairview Addition.  Oflloc on  Bakor Streot,^vvcsl. of Slanley Street,  ,   Y NJ5LS0N.  O. D. J. CHRISTIE  General Broker  FIRE INSURANCE .  ACCIDENT  INSURANCE  Agent for the Canada Life A"ssnranco Co.  For Sale  fi Room House Silica street ��2,100.00  2 25-Foot LoU on Observatory street    G00.00  1 50-Foot Lot on Robson street     .'150.00  6 Room House on Mill street:  1,900.10  Pol' Rent.  7 Room nonse ?30.00  fi Room nouse .".  2*i.00  S Room House   15.00  A Ground-Floor Olllco  25.00  See my lint, of Real Estate.  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  AUDly ti. J_ LHNNOX. Solicitor. Nelson B. O  Removal Sale'  We are removing to','pun new  premises, but can fill all orders  entrusted to us during the next  ten days.  CHINA HALL  We carry a complete  line of  CHINA, CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  BAR FIXTURES  COOKING UTENSILS  McFarland & Brockman  Canada Drug SB^ok Co.  2-Lmited.  First Door West of C. P. \\. Offices  BAKER STREET.  LADIES' TRIWIMED^HATS  Endless Variety  And Prices to Suit.  mrs. e. Mclaughlin,  JOSEPHINE STREET.    '  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Boarding and Day School for Girls. Will ro-  open January I5th. Terms moderate. For tern11  and prospectus apply to  MAOAMOISELLE KEEN, Principal  CITY LOCAL NEWS  ��� Staff captain Taylor of tlie Salvation Army at .Spokane will arrive  in Nelson today, and this and tomorrow evening will conduct special  services at tho local barracks.  In this issue of Tiir Thibpnr tenders for tho lathing and plastering  of 900 yards aro called for. All  communications should been addressed to JJ. O. box (571, Nelson.  The time for receiving tenders will  eloso on the ISth instant.  Yesterday afternoon a small boy,  who was coastiug on Ward street,  met with a accident which might  have resulted in his death. His  sleigh was going down tlie street  pretty fa3t, and when he came to  the crossing at the postoffice he  vvns carried under tlio feet of a  passing team. Besides being badly  frightened, he escaped witli a few  bad cuts about his head. The chief  of police stated yesterday that  steps would bo taken to put a stop  to coasting down the streets.  The ball to be given by tho  Knights of Pythias will bo held at  I'Yaternity hall this evening.  Robert Thompson, who was  caught in the act of stealing several  articles from "l~>oo" Boyd's apartments over the Manhattan saloon  on Monday night, is now locked up  at the provincial jail to serve a  sentence of six months. He came  before magistrate Crease yesterday  morning and w.as found guilty on  the charge* of theft. Thompson  hails from Moyie and had arrived  in Nelson from there only a few  hours before he was arrested.  The installation of officers of  Nelson's Queen Lodge No. 241; Sons  of England Benefit Society, will  take place this" evening. District  deputy Fred Starkey will officiate.  A cordial invitation is extended to  all sojourning brethren.  .T. B. Bliss aud C. E. Beasley, who  have been making an inspection of  the water aud electric light services  in the city completed their work  yesterday.- They will present a  report'.to the council-at the next  regular meeting.7  ��� W. P. Tierney, railway contractor and .'dealer' in" coal, and wood,  has-moved'hi- 'office* to the "Ward  building on we3t Baker street. - Ho  occupies the office's formerly occu:  pied by A. H. Kelly and., the fix-  chequer Gold Mining Company.  .T. "W. Stewart.* the railroad contractor, who was recently at Nelson, ��� has , moved his . headquarters  from Savanue, Qnt-ario,' to- Sawbill,  Ontario,    .  A man who signs himself <'TJnion  Jack" writes Titf* Tiuhunb urging  the city council to take steps to  fittingly receive the returning members of the Canadian Mounted Rifles  and Strathcona Horse, who are expected to arrive in Nelson iii fi week  or ten days..   SOME LARDEAU PROPERTIES  That Are Being Developed.  Most interesting information is  at hand poncerning j.the mining  properties situated on Pool creek  in the Lardeau district. Pool creek  -enters-Pish-river-about-eight-miles  from Comaplix, at the head of Arrow lake, and- passes direetly tli ron gh  the promising -townsite of Camborne. The Jirst property near the  mouth of the* creek is the Cholla  group, ft is a free-milling proposition, having large fissure veins and  carries high' values in gold. The  property is being developed by the  fmporial Development Syndicate of  Nelson. The present work consists  in  running a tunnel  on  the vein,  whicli has been  found to be from  five to ten feet wide.'  Adjoining the Cholla group are  the Dora and Tliolma properties.  These are also* free-milling claims.  On the Thelma there is a very fine  fissure vein ��� upon which considerable surface work has been done.  The Blue Jay group is situated a  short distance up the creek, containing free-milling ore which gives  good returns. The next property  is the Clara, claim, aiid although  yet a prospect it has every indica  tion of making a mine. Further up  the creek is the Uliley group, also  free-milling, which has a large ledge  of low grade ore.  Some distance from this is situated  the Eclipse group, which is operated  by an eastern company. This is a  silver-lead properly, and a considerable amount of ore has already  been taken out. The company expects to make a trial shipment at  an early date. Near by is the  Mohawk group. The ledge on the  property contains silver-lead ore.  "Work has been stopped during the  winter", but will -be resumed early  in tlie spring. . Somo distance away  and up the creek is the Pontiac  group, a free milling gold property,  opeivited by tho Pontiac Mining  Company. This company has expressed its intention of doing considerable development during the  coming season. The Alma group,  which is also in the same section,  has a. very -fine- showing of silver-  lead ore. This was recontly bonded  to eastern capitalists, and .active  .development will bo commenced  shortly. N  At the head of the creek are the  Black Bear .and "Wide "West groups,  probably'the best known groups of  the section. Both-of these have  very large bodies of low grade galena, and from the work'already  done upon them good results have  been obtained. They aro operated  by eastern capitalists. A propo-���  sitionis on foot to do more exten-*  sive development "during this year.  This section has shown up well  during the past year and this has  neeessa'rilj' affected the growth'of  the town of Camborne. A large  number- of miners have been  attracted here and a lively season  is expected, in the spring.  Christian Endeavor Meeting.  The young -people's societies of  christian endeavor held a rally  meeting at the Baptist church la9t  evening. The building was com:  fortably filled with members of the  three different societies of the city.  Two excellent papers were read.  Tlie first qneJ was contributed' by  George Broadley from the subject  "Tlie Needs', of .-the New Century."  The other * piaper, "which' was entitled "The-Opportunities of the New  Century,'-' was read by Misa M. Barry.  Both were exceedingly interesting  and were-a credit to their authors.  At the close- 'of the ��� meeting ^the  pastor, Rev-.-P. Wright, in V short  address gave many thoughts of encouragement to the members of the  society.  .    -   ' ���������   Y   Board of Trade Meeting.  ���'A\n adjourned-"-annual general  general' meeting."; of the Nelson  Board of Trade will be held at the  board rooms at ;S:80 o'clock this  evening. The principal business of  the evening will be the' election of  officers for. the ensuing year. At  the meeting hejd'-last "Wednesday  evening.the nominations took place,  but the time for' receiving nominations- was left open untib tonight's  meeting. Applications for membership 'wuTbe'dealb with before any  auy. .other .business, is transacts^.  The pqtice of motion tq ^mend a  bylaw as given by Mr. Chapman at  the last meeting will'be considered  and other general business will be  dealt with.  -*Wtf*  Likely, to he Appointed.  The, appointed^ members of the  board of lipensiqg commissioners,  no doubt, will be alderman Irving  aud.Jacob Dover, both of whom  are church members and strictly  temperate.'' The'-appointed members of the board qf police commissioners, no doubt, will be aldermen  Selous and TTugli R. Cameron, both  of whom are law abiding citizens.  These .appointments are made by  the provincial government, and not  by the city counoi]. Mayor Fletcher,  by virtue of his office, is the third  member of both, boards and chairman of each'.  Hearing Adjourned for Two Weeks.  The hearing of the Slocan City  water privileges :Y case was, commenced before government agent  Turner yesterday, and adjourned  for two weeks in order to-give both  sides a chance toy perfect their respective applications.^ The "parties  who are applying On behalf of a  company could;hob produce their  certificate of incorporation, neither  SAVE YOUR  SIGHT  WHILE  THERE  IS TIME  *___$__*  S_A.  SAVE YOUR  SIGHT  WHILE  THERE  IS TIME  ec. ____rsr____\___\i\^ So oo.  _sr*Ei__,so_*>r  KASLO  s__-_*\r__��o_sr  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES/ AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Ager\ts for tlie Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  Store, Corner Baker and JoBepliine SUeet  TELEPHONE 27  could the parties who are representing the people of Slocan, which  is not yet au incorporated city.  Kruger Will Come to America.  London, Sannary tfl.���The Daily  Express says: John Mulholland,  who arrived in London -last week,  bearing an invitation from a .number of well known New York citizens to Mr. Kruger to proceed to  the United States, has been to see  him, and has offered him a palatial  residence,in New York eity. In  the course of an interview Mr. Mul-  holland told a representative of the  Daily Express that he was quite  sure Mr. Kruger would accept the  invitation, and would go to New  York about the middle of next  month.  After Carnegie's Money.  Victoria, January 10.���Rev. Dr.  Wilson^of tlie Reformed' Episcopal  churclThas drawn the attention of  Andrew Carnegie to the necessity  existing in Victoria for an improved  public library, assuring-'him of the  gratitude and pleasure which the  people of the city would manifest  should his generosity lead him to  include it in the list of places' which  benefit from hisjdonations.  PERSONAL.  .. G. Frank Beer, who has been  in  the old country for tlie past few months, is expected to return about February 1st.      **  Dr. McLennan is in the general  hospital suffering from a severe attack of typhoid  fever.      -   \     .  ,   -    _      *  Henry Roy of Rossland is at the  Phair. '"      V     "  Captain "Bill" Hunter,-of Silver-  ton and Three Forks and Nelson is at the Hume,  arriving yesterday by way of the tSlocau branch  road.  Oscar White, superintendent oC  thcS'ocan Star mine, Sandon, Js in town. Ho  reports plenty "of snow in the Sloc.in, and his  mine looking first-rate.       __       -   -  Neil McCallura of Columbia - aud  Q. JI. Miller of Spokane are registered at the  Hotol Phair.-     -    -   -��    _,   ( ,        -,, ..,   :^w-  - C. A. Rodgers of Toronto' is stop:  pinff at the Madden House. s   -  John McVeigh; of- Crawford * Bay  and T. Atkinson of Hamilton, Ontario, are at'tlio  Queen's,     i '   . -  T. G. Roy, superintendent of the  Silver Hill mine at Crawford Hay; arrived in tho  city lastpvening. Ho is registered at the Tremont.  J.fE.\Hobb of Revelstoke, who is  connected with the master mechanic's department of tho Pacific divi-ion ot the C. P. R., was  In Ihe city jesterday to make an inspection of  the improvements that aro being made at the  local C. P. R. yards.  Mrs." Jennie E. Harris of Kaslo is  at tlie IJiimo. * ���  W.  F.  DuBois   of Sloean   City,  superintendent of the Arlington mine on-Springer  oreek, arrived in the pity last evening.  You Don't Cain Time I  because your watch runs  fast; and besides it is  very disagreeable on a  cold morning to find you  have got.out of bed four|  minutes before it was necessary. You will also find  it inconvenient if .your  timepiece runs too slow.  Bring it to us and have |  It repaired, and regulated  to keep* correct time.  If Brown said so, It's right.  T.H-BROWN  JEWELER.  Bakerrstreot, *'-..:... ',   ' v   NELSON  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street, y  Decorators and:  !;������ * .������ -.   Paper-Hangers. ������*;.  It Counts in Results  The particular housewife wants  ihe best materials for her cooking:  Nice Sweet Butter  Good Fresh Eggs  are our specialties. They ensure a delightful freshness in  all you cook, and attractive  daintiness when it, is served  on your table. '  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone IO K-W-C Baker Street  FORCED TO SELL IT  HOUSTON BLOCK  ������         �����        ������                   - q.  One of the Best-Located and Best-Rented  Business Blobks Jn Nelson.  ���  Can be purchased at a price that will net 12-  per cent on the investment.  The building is 50x70 feet, two, stories and  basement, built of brick and Kootenay .marble,  on a 50x120 foot lot,.at northeast  corner of;  Baker and Josephine streets.   -  For further particulars apply to          ' .     .  JOHN HOUSTON,  Tribune Ofrlca  Nelson, January 11th, 19,01.  W. J. HARVEY, F.O. M. O. I.,  Profl'essor of Ophthalmology, Doctor of Optics, and Scientific Optician, of Toronto,  may be consulted free about those Painful Eyes. Headaches, Eyes Crossed or Diverged, iJouble or  Indistinct Vision, Loss of Muscular Power, or tlie Fitting of Spectacles that are Absolutely-  Correct, at H. F. McLean's drug store, \u_\p. Saiuiday January 2tith. Hours: 10 to 12 and % to J,  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   "POMMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  Smoking-and Pipes.  TENDERS WANTED.  Tenders will bo received until Friday, tho 18th  instant, for lathing and plastering 900 yardn;  white llnieh and furnish material. Address P.  O. Box G71, Nekon,  NELSON  SAW &. PLANING MILLS  Limited.  mm_____m__t_____Mttm0m____mm_^_mt0m__yi*am__itm  We are prepared to Furnish  by Rail, Barge or Teams  DIMENSION LUMBER  ~        ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  ^ DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  y 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  ��� 40  -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. y:  Always willing to show Goods.. No trouble.   Every Garment Guaranteed.  THEO.  MADSON,   Baker Street.


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