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Array - s-fS-eA*  *<"��  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL ���  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  ���TfM  ���~<i*<  ���>''���-  ' -*--' '**-*?���_  _ >_  -        .1.  -.        A  WEEKLY EblTlON BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  NINTH YEAR  NELSON:  SATURDAY MORNING JANUARY 26 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  4  -'4  CLOSED TO MORTAL VIEW  COFFIN   SEALED   IN   PRESENCE  OF  KINO EDWARD.  "It Must   Not   Be   Opened Again."  Pathetic   Scenes  of the  Occasion.  Cowes, January 25.���A private  service over the remains of queen  Victoria was held this morning.  The coffin was placed on a crimson  dais in the centre of the dining  room and rested upon a silk Union  Jack. A white satin pall was over  the coffin with the royal crown and  insignia of the Order of the Garter  embroidered upon-\ it. Sentinels  with arms reversed stood at the  corners.  Cowes, l9le of Wight, January  20, 12:45 a. ra.���With a pathos and  solemnity such as Seldom mark the  passing away from daylight into  the darkness of a coffins the royal  family yesterday took'' their last  loving look at the features of the  dead queen: ' About ten o'clock' in  the morning the shell was brought  into -the bedroom," where' were  ^waiting king Edward, emperor  William, tlie. duke of Connaught,  sir James Reid, and the royal ladies.  The,latter having retired, sir "James  Reidjjyith reverent^ hands assisted  by three trusted household servants,  in the presence of the king, the  emperor and the duke removed tbe,  body from'the bed to the coffin. In  death it'was lovelier .than in'Ythe'  closing days of life. 'Not a trace pf  ravages of disease was visible. 1..  The 'servants -* having ~ retired;  queen Alexandria.the princess and  the children were recalled, .and  with lingering steps and stifled  .. sobs they passed- slowly ,before 'the  white-robed and peaceful, figure.  At the foot, never moving,, stood  the king, and when the mourning  crowd had passed there remained  only the son and grandson of the  queen. Emperor,' William- wept  even more bitterly than the royal  ladies. Fiually he also retired, and  the king .was left-alone.' Sir James  Reid, beckoning to the -servants  with the coffin lid, asked the king's  instructions. For a few seconds  the king stood speechless" stricken  with emotion at the last farewell.  Then he said quickly: "Close it  finally; it must not be opened  again."  Thus the remains of England's  greatest ruler were forever closed  from human view. Reverently the  coffin was borne into tho dining  ���room.^-Officers and~inen-^from_the  royal yachts took their stand around-  the coffin over which the king,  queen and kaiser gently laid the  robes of the Knights of the Garter,  placing at the head a diamond  crown. Beneath lay th"e royal ensign, while hanging about was the  Union Jack. At the altar was'the  rector of Whippingham who read a  portion of the funeral service in the  presence of the royal family. After  the benediction each placed a wreath  upon the coffin and all retired. A  correspondent of the Associated  Press is informed that the queen's  will has not been opened; and  according to present arrangements  it will not be opened until after the  funeral. Its details are unknown  to the royal family. There is no  truth in the statement that king  - Edward and emperor William knelt  by the bedside of the queen and  Bwore to preserve peace.  A significant feature of all the  deathbed scenes has been the  absolute naturalness and the  absence of false elements. According to a rumor circulating at  Osborne, King Edward desires himself to be styled his imperial  majesty in order to emphasize the  fact that he is emperor as well as  king. Today (Saturday) the local  volunteers and the forces in. the  vicinity will pass through the  chapel ardente, and after these will  pass tlie correspondents of the'  leading papers of' the,.world. A  very remarkable feature of all the  proceeding, is the intense martial-  air which* pervades them. The  naval parade off Spithead is to be  the greatest, if possible, the world  ever saw, and the military arrangements at Windsor will eclipse anything of the kind ever attempted.  Tonight Grenadiers are mounting  their silent guard over the coffin  with guns reversed, arms crossed  and heads bowed. The silence is  unbroken save by an occasional  shuffle from the soldiers in changing  their uneasy positions.  THE KING TO PARLIAMENT  Strathcona to the King.  Ottawa, January 25.���Sir Wilfrid Laurier has received by cable  copies of a telegram sent by lord  Strathcona to king Edward VII.  and his reply thereto. Strathcona  to his majesty: "As the representative of the Dominion of Canada  in England it is my mournful duty  to give expressions to the overwhelming grief of .Canadians on the  death of their beloved queen and to  their heartfelt sympathy with  yourself and members of the royal  family. In Canada and through-  ^ empire there will be  uni-  for the loss of a   ud held in affec-  tionaTB^^HB^^^fe by her people.  May I be perHJ^y to add my own  deepest syinpa'th;  (Signed). Strathcona." ,  King to Strathcona: "Am much  touched by your kind telegram of  sympathy and I ask you to kindly  convey to the inhabitants of. the  Dominion of Canada my warni  thanks.     (Signed)   Edward R." -  ,   - The Military Program. v  London, January 25.���It is virtually settled that there will -be an  imposing funeral procession through  London,  headed by the king, em-  .perorl William and* lord Roberts.  The route will be nearly the same  as that of lord Roberts' triumphal  entry, but' reversed. "Mr. William'  St. John Broderick, secretary bf  state^ for war,-< and lord Roberts  will go to Osborne-today; to settle  the military program'of procession  and the funeral proceedings at  Windsor.       - -> '   .d'T.^1  The Day Canada Will Observe.  Ottawa, January 25.���A ,prbcla--  mation was issued today appointing'  Saturday, February 2nd,'as "a. day  of general' mourning- .throughout'  Canada. . '___-_/ "' "* ,y' "'  Arrival of Em'peror'8'.Yacht- ,.". 1  The imperial German yacht  Hohenzollern escorted by the third-  das j cruiser Nymphe, was signaled:  during the afternoon' at Dover. The  yacht will come^to Cowes and'the  cruiser will proceed to Portsmouth.  The marquis of Lansdowne," secretary of ,. state for foreign - affairs,  came to Osborne today by special  command of the king. - He -will be  presented to'emperor William.   /*'  ~ ���> ~     -. ���  ."After Van Wyck.  -London, January. 25.���The Globe  this morning," reviewing American  sympathy with Great. Britain _ on'  the death of the queen, adds, referring to the refusal of mayor rVan  Wyck of New.York city to- lower  the flag over the1 city hall: V.The  solitary exception of this attitude  of sympathy and respect is .to. be  regarded as a matter  lation rather than of  IDENTICAL MESSAGE PEESENTED  TO BOTH HOUSES.  Glowing Tributes to the Dead Baler  From Marquis of Salisbury  and Mr.  Balfour.  London, January 25.���Bothhouses  of   parliament   this  afternoon received identical messages from the  king and voted condolence with his  majesty on his -bereavement  and  congratulations on his accession to  the throne.     The lord chancellor,  lord - Salisbury,   and the speaker,  William Cort Gully, read the message in tkie respective houses.  .It  ���was as follows :"> '^Edward Rex, the  king, is fully assured that the house  of  commons   will  share the-deep  sorrow * which 7 has   befallen   his  majesty and   the   nation   by   the  lamentable death of his mother, the  late j queen.   Her devotion to the  welfare   of  her   country and - her  people and her, wise-.and beneficent  rule during the'sixty,' years ofvher  glorious reign will ever be held in  affectionate memory by her .loyal  and "devoted subjects _ throughout  the dominion of the BritislTempire.'-  In the house of commons A. J.  Balfour, first lord of the treasury  and government leader, in, -moving  the address in reply to the message, said the house in alU its long  ^history-had never met'iundei\ sad-^  der circumstances or with a'clearei*  duty to express the universal sorrow of the world,, to Edward VII.  The sorrow~.was felt 'not Y'only ��ts a  nation, but 'as^ an" irreparable per--  sonal loss.  'Never before had, thei  national-, grief",- been . so    deeply  seated.   The end'of a greatK epoch4  had coihe and.the cumulative result;  "pf a��great'ideal���the great example  pf'queen ".Victoria���was the great-i  aalTflia'*n7r>i>la1^liai*lHovoi> 'own     ' Wen  "of cOngratu-  regret. It is  a high compliment that the memory  of our good and pure queen should  be unsullied by any recognition on  the part of Tammany - Hall and its  creatures."  The St. James Gazette says':  "Mayor Van Wyck grossly misrepresented the generous feeling of  Americans when he refused to show  iu New York tlie official respect to  the memory of queen Victoria  which his countrymen are everywhere and by all means in their  power displaying to the world."  eitrthei world -had^ever "seen. ' Her  position*- had * thrown upon her ,,a  life of continuous'labor. Short as  had been the interval between her  final signature of a public document and her final rest it had been  enough to clog- the wheels of the  administration, as witnessed by the  vast mass of untouched documents  awaitingthe hand of the sovereign.  In moving, a double response of  condolence, and congratulation, Mr.  Balfour said .they, all liad.unfailing  confidence that the "great interests  committed "* to ' the' new sovereign  were safe in his keeping, and they  assured -him the-ungrudging support of his loyal subjects.  knew what the queen thought he  knew for a certainty what her subjects would think, especially the  middle classes.  The king came to the throne with  the one great advantage of having  before him the greatest example  possible. He had beeu familiar  for a generation with political and  social life. He enjoyed enormous  popularity and was almost as much  beloved in foreign countries and  courts. .. Congratulations could' be  tendered him with earnest sincerity-  and in the belief that he will adorn  the throne and be no unworthy successor of the queen.. Lord Kimberley, the 'Liberal leader in the house  of lords and *\the archbishop, of  Canterbury seconded the address.  The house then adjourned.  YESTERDAY'S ��� NEWS  IN  BRIEF.  - Utrecht. ��� Mr. Kruger's - eyes,  which were operated upon yesterday, are progressing favorably.  Paris.���M. - - Waldeck Rosseau,  president of the council of ministers,  is suffering from a slight attack of  grippe. -���"*!_  St." Johns.���The colonial legislature will'meet'February 14th* to  renew the modus vivendi for the  current year.-,      Y -  _ r    .    * -r       _\r's *    ' -   ~  _   Rome.���Cardinal Sebastian Galet,  archbishop of Ravenna, is   dead..  }He,was torn in 1822 and was raised  "to the cardinalate in 1890. -N -*-  Constantinople^��� The grand  vizier,, Halil Riaat Pasha, -is ill  with pneumonia and it "is expected  the disease' will terminate fatally.  St.     Johns.���Mr.     Bond,     the":  premier,   will, leave   for   England  tomorrow* to take part'in the pro-,  jected* international conference. in4  the French shore.question^   -\ ;>r'  \7BERLiN.VEm_��roiv Wiliiam\ hasj  cdnfirmed�� the ^Honorary* doctorate;  recently?"- confe/red-'.upon y United  - States {ambassadors White Jby 5the  Berlin 'Academy ..of Science.- I   *r-. -.  .- ":B_-R_iN.-^In official jcircles in Ber-t  :lin it Ms asserted*, that nothing^ is  .'known*   officially-��regarding! the  *Anglo"Russian Y incident   involving  "the Elliott and-Blonde islands.   7. f  IN THE LILLOOET DISTRICT  SOME BIOH PBOPEBTIES LOCATED  THERE.  T. M. Bird of This City Has Secured  a Contract for Building a Five- '  Stamp Mill.  .Honored Odell. ��� v  New' York, January 25.���Governor Odell and Curtis Guild, junior,  of Boston were the guests of honor  at the annual dinner of the West  Side Republican Club tonight at  the Waldorf. Justice John Proctor  Clarke, president of the club, presided. A standing toast was drunk  to' president McKinley and vice-  president-elect Roosevelt. Justice  Clarke then called upon the diners  to drink the toast, to "that good  woman, , queen, defender of the  faith, Victoria. May she rest in  "peace." This also was drunk. Governor Odell's' address referred to  matters of state interests.  The Active Boer.  Pretoria, January, 24.���Yesterday a train with lord Kitchener  and a' body of troops 'proceeded  toward Marlboro, an armored pilot  engine preceding. It was derailed  by dynamite .near'-.Balmoral. The  Boers, who were in force, opened  fire and the British replied heavily.  Ultimately the Boers were driven  off. The British sustained no casu-,  Mtfes.yyi:- V'77'i- ���.:.-..'. .���������';-:���'���-���/  a  Salisbury's Tribute.    ' -*;    ���  ' London, January 25. ��� In both  houses the galleries were filled with  notableVg&therings -of���peers- and  diplomats. Iu the house of lords  lord Salisbury moved the reply to  the king's message in a speech full  of emotion, He said that in performing the saddest duty that had  ever befallen him he was only echoing the sorrow, deeper than he had  ever seen of the nation, which had  been called forth by the singular  loss, under the dispensation of  providence tliey had suffered and  their admiration of the glorious  reign and splendid character of the  sovereign .they had' lost.* Being a  constitutional monarch with restricted powers she had reigned by  sheer force of character, by the  lovableness of her disposition' and  by her hold on the hearts of her  subjects.  The example which she set of  governing by esteem and love would  never be forgotten, nor how much-  she assisted in the elevation of her  people by their simple contem-'  plation of her brilliant qualities as  wife, mother and woman. Her  wonderful powers of observing with  absolute strictness the limits of her  powers as a ' constitutional sov-'  ereign, at the same time. maintaining steady and persistent influence  on the actions of her ministers inspired -the -greatest admiration.  She always maintained a rigorous  supervision over public affairs,  giving her ministers the benefit of  her advice and warning them of  her dangers. No minister could  disregard her views, "or press her to  disregard them 'without,' feeling he  had incurred ia great danger. She  had brought the country peacefully  through ���, a great ���: change���from. old  to new England. She possessed extraordinary knowledge of what  people - would think. She had always  said  that  when a minister  {���"Havana:��� The .,Gulian*;een_titu<  tional convention'decided'5 today to?  leave the question'/ of dividing and  naming the provinces .to the provincial governments themselves.  '   Berlin.���In .consequence*1 of the  deatlr of'queen Victoria Mr. White,  the United States ambassador,.has  postponedihis dinner to the;new  Spanish ambassador to Germany.  , .London.���The testimonial of the  children of Canada'consisted of the  .sum of.$3899, which? Mi^ Chamberlain forwarded to the Royal Patriotic Commissioners the day queen  Victoria died. .''.-'���   .  St. Johns.���King Edward VII  was formally proclaimed sovereign  over Newfoundland at noon ��� today,  the ceremony of proclamation being  conducted by the governor, sir  Henry McCallum. ���-- ';  --Berlin.���The���German-^foreign  office announces that emperor William's birthday, January -27th, will  not be celebrated in official^ circles  in Germany, all the arrangements  having been declared off.'  Cincinatti. ��� Mayor Fleishmann  today granted the Sangerfest  Athletic Club a permit to have two  sparring matches at the Sangerfest  building on February 15th, one of  ten rounds and one of twenty.  Berlin.���A special dispatch from  Pekin says that tlie Germans there  are making preparations for the  monument to baron von Ketteler,  and are also building barracks near  the German legation, in which will  be housed the German guards.after  peace has been officially proclaimed.  Montreal.���R. G.Ward, formerly  with the Southern railway, was today appointed manager of construction of the Cuba Railway  Company in succession to the late  Frank Bros. Sir William Van  Home, president of the company,  left this evening for New York en  route to Cuba.  -London.���The reported -loss- of  the British brig John Robertson,  captain Davies, from Gaspe, December 3rd, for Rio Janeiro is not confirmed. The - report originated  with two seamen who joined the  Allan steamer Corinthian at Halifax and who arrived at Liverpool  with that ship January 18th.  Liverpool.���Captain T. Tor-  geras, master of the Norwegian  bark Minden, and the crew of that  vessel were landed here by the  Spanish steamer Francisca, which  arrived today from Pensacola. The  Minden was bound for Mobile, via  New.York, from this port, and was  abandoned on January 4th in latitude 481 north, longitude 51 west.  ' F.cM.Bard, a millwright of this  city,'left yesterday for Lillooet district where he has taken a.contract  to erect a 5-stamp mill on the Lome  group on Calwallader river about  70 miles west of Lillooet. The mill  has been ordered and will.bev de-  -*. a j z  livered at.Lillooet about February  1st, and will be. shipped to the property at once.' ' Tliis property is  operated'by'the Mines Exploration,  Ltd., the managing'director being  Leslie Hill of Vancouver. * It is a  gold producing' property-and the  recent' development has' 'brought  it to the front as one of ,the richest  properties of that district, y *  Mr. Bird has also been promised  'the contract to erect a 5-stamp mill  on the Lahamber group, 'which  adjoins * the "Lome and, which* is  operated by a New York company. -  This is also a gold property and is  supposed'to be situated'on the same  vein as the Lome. * - -*" -  Probably the Valley of/the Cal-.  jwallader river is "one'of 'the richest'  districts^of Bridge river mining dis-,'  -trict, and in ,it' is situated' several  valuable mines and many rich and'  promising' prospects. \' A consider-,  able .amount ,pf  workJ wasidonei  there duringV the 'past' season ;and.  "work .will be ^continued 'bh "several;  of the properties'this winter. -'"   ?"-i  ' " The Bena'd'Of;- whicli^is situated'  about a' mile above the Lorne, is'one  of- the'producingproperties of that  district.-".Extensive developments',  have been done and^recentlyj large4  ..bodies of high grade'ore have! been,  .encountered.   A Jarge lorce of. men  is engaged at   tlie property,\ aiid  will cpntinue-the extensive development work during the winter.'*:   A  *10-stamp mill, which, was. installed  at'*- the property last ''spring,   has  been running steadily until recently,  but shut down owing to the trouble  caused by the.cold weather.    This  property has paid dividends since  last summer.    , -Y -     ,,    ' {  A very promising prospect situated a short distance from the Ben  d'Or property is the Countless. It  contains a small ledge of very rich  free milling ore. Mike Gainer and  the other owners are intending to  install an arrastra this winter. - At  present they are .running a long  crosscut tunnel to tap the ledge.  Adjoining this is the Pioneer  group, which is one of the richest  _propertiesrinjthe_carup._Although  the .vein is not large the ore contains high values of gold, Some  time ago an arrastra was placed at  the mine, but as there was not a  proper management much of the  metal was lost.  the old players will be unable to go.  The Nelson boys should put up a  good game as they" have been  putting in good practices during  the past two weeks. Last evening  they had a good practice and their  combination playing has greatly  improved. The individual playing  is excellent.  AN IMPORTANT GOAL DEAL   r-   w*  Another Slocan Beal Estate Deal  Another big real estate deal was  closed iri Nelson yesterday. W. D.  McGregor of Slocan City, who has  been in the city "for the .past two  days, ��� purchased for himself-and  seven others, who. have formed a  syndicate, 100 acre? of land' which  adjoins the Slocan townsite, from  mayor Fletcher and Thomas Ward  of this city. The purchasing price  was a large sum. The- land is a  level tract'situated to the south of  the present town site. The land  will not be put.on the market, as  the^new owners intend Jusing it for  other purposes." At an early "date  in the spring the ground will be  cleared and converted into an athletic park and race track.' About  $4000 will be expended in the enterprise. '��iThe.towri. has' not" a' park,,  and when the"work-is -completed it'  will be a benefit to the town.  TORONTO  THREE  SYNDICATE    SBOUBE  THOUSAND   ACRES.  Mysterious , Wreckage' WhlchY  Has  Puzzled Seamen for Some Days  Identified���Other Notes.    '  --"  Russell's" Serious .Condition.  ' --James-Russell who was;seriously,  injured-   in   a , coasting .accident  jWhich occurred on Vernon street on  ������Wednesdays morning   lay    in - an  unconscious 'state at the  general  hospitaKallt day,yesterday, and at1  an early hour this morning his condition had   not   improved.   , The^  .attending physician said that there'  twas a faint hope for his  recovory.  Besides having his *4eg-broken- in*  two   places   he   received -t serious -  ^internal injuries which affected the  ,'circulation bf.his blood. ^His mother,  Mrs. �� Russell,'-";and ^sister.$�� Mrs.;  ,Kellam,|>Df VermilliotfBay^situated"  'on.the north-shore of Jlake Supei ior,j  ^were telegraphed1*.early yesterday  *tmorning concerning his condition,  and ^they*- immediately^ left^ ;for  Nelson.^, __r? Russell" is ^a married  -man and his wife and" infant"' child  ^resule-at'New-'York.'-'-He-is^al-car^-  penter,by'trade and .the members]  of the~local' carpenters'  union 'are  'doing everything that will addtohis  ' comfort. * He is a member of good  .'standingsin the Masons, Odd,Fel-  Jows and Orangemen.    He" originally > came   from    Moncton,    New  Brunswick, and'has  been in Nelson  for the1 pa'st, two years.    During his  stay here he made many friends.  From the Kimberley Country.  Charles Estmere of Kimberley  arrived in the city last evening, ln  speaking of the mining conditions  of the section he said that things  were looking well. He also stated  that the British Columbia Mining &  Exploration Y Company had just  bonded a group of claims, which  surround three sides of the Sullivan  group. The purchasing price was  about $22,000, part of this sum  being a cash, consideration. The  group is a promising one and has  every indication .of containing the  same vein as that of the Sullivan.  The company intend doing considerable development work on the  property in the near future.  It is also stated that a strike has  been made recently on the Sullivan.  , A tunnel was being run.when eight  feet of solid galena was encountered.  Drifting oh the vein' has been conducted since the strike was made.  Nelson Team Leave Tuesday.  The Nelson hockey team leave for  Sandon, on Tuesday morning where  they will.participate in the hockey  tournament which takes place there  during the mid-winter carnh al;  which is held from January 28th to  February 1st inclusive. On Tuesday night they play the Victorias  of- Rossland... The Sandon and; another team play on the same night.  The winners play off on Wednesday  night. The team which is to go  from Nelson has not been selected,  but it is thought that a number of  Immense Appropriations. '  Washington, January 25.���The  fortification appropriation bill providing for the coast defences of the  country was reported to the house  today by the house committee on  appropriations. The estimates on  whicli the bill is based aggregate  $12,461,103, of which sum there are  recommended with the bill approp-  riations_amounting _to _$7,227,401..  Tlie scheme of coast fortifications  contemplated by the Endicott  board and which has been followed  by congress in the appropriations  made since 1898 'it is now proved  will cost in the aggregate $112,197,-  203, of which sum there has already  been provided $51,324,900, the  engineer department having received $22,142,104 and the ordnance  department' $28,182,842. Among  the more important items in the  bill is one providing $22,000 for  Watervliet arsenal, Troy, N. Y.  The bill specifies, "For the purchase  of submarine mines and necessary"  appliances to operate them for  closing the channels leading to our  principal seaports including San  Juan, Porto Rico."  Greenwood, January 25.���[Special to The Tribune].���John Doug- ?.  las of--this city, has succeeded in",  placing   with   Toronto   capitalists;  three thousand acres' of . coal." lands  *-  situated five miles north of' Fair^? ^  view iri Yale district' to" a . Toronto  syndicate, headed by E^B/Osler^a -_'  prominent   broker   and    financial"'  agent.     The    land   iq   owned ', by \ *,  Robert Wood and John Douglas 'of.- f  Greenwood, Mrs. Ada Thompson of"  Midway and J. C. McLagan, editor' \  'of"the World, Vancouver.; Wood.; '  leaves tomorrow for  Fairview* to"  meet an^expert of the Toronto syn-    "  'dic��te, who is. to'make affinal ex- '.  animation.        -,      -     -        "'*���*.  ?Existence of-coal on this tract"of-.-  land has been known for** the 'past[.-.  fifteen .years,.,and_ a; considerable' '���  amount.has'beeu mined. -,It is }re- '  ported to.be splendid 'coking coal,,  suitable "for -smelters.,     -Lack*1 "of  transportation facilities in the past . j  has -, prevented ' development:   The ';  survey bf the  Coast-Kootenay railway passes through' the ^property.  The!owriers are> to receive���a sub-. /'  stantial cash payment- and shares'    ]  in^ the ^company to be formed��-to. ' -  op'erate arid acquire lands.    Osier's *  associates in the deal-'are1 believed *���  Vtobesir W. C.^Va'n Horne.^C.^R: \  .Hosmer and^Wilmot, D. Matthews,;,"  directo'rs^of ^lie Canadian ;Paciflci  railwav. a. *^     ^ ** ���--���* -.-i ^-~---t.    c. ���  #_ v>. +*   -v���--:.,    -ST.*-*- "vs.     *  ,   ,   ^No-Longer a'Mystery.   ������,.,_���  v Vancouver, January 25.���[Special *-.  to ThefTribune.l-^It" was,. definitely^  ascertained .today Ibhat "the" vessel v  whose'wreckage-'was-found' along  <tfiew^^<i^1^uririg^tliei'''la8t''ten'  days/was'th'e salmon" ship"- Ardina-  miirhan'.ySlie^left Steveston .on  . November 28th-with 7.3,000 coses of  "salmon, valued. -at^��.$43O,000.*" She  must have gone down .in the gales  of'"'the succeeding- week.-J Cases of  salmon "were found- at 'AstoriaT  .Oregon, yesterday, marked ."Vancouver Packing Company." 'The  shipment on the Ardinamurhan  was the 'only one 'of that label  packed here this year, so there is  no possibility of'doubt as to the  fate of the vessel.    ' <      '   -     '    >  r t.   If AJSl  '   -SiJrl  - '*7k_\  ���_.rri*__i  >���?'_  3&I  ��a��l  '���~>**S^f'E<jt  Extra Session Probable.  Washington, January _5.���The  brief suggestionin the message of  the president sent to the senate today urging immediate f legislation in  the interest of the Philippines  caused general surprise among senators and occasioned speculation  upon the probability of an extra  session of congress immediately  after March 4th. Senators gen-,  erally say they have had no inti-  mation from the White House  that a special session may be desirable, but they unite as one man  in saying that no legislation is  possible during the remainder of the  three, weeks of. the present session.  Some senators also express the  opinion that legislation may be  necessary in connection with the  Cuban constitution and that while  there is differences of opinion as to  the necessity, all agree that if such  action should become necessary it  would be impossible to secure it at  this session.  Buying Steamers.  Victoria, January 25.���Negotiations are pending for the  purchase  by the White Pass  Railway Company of five river steamers built by"  the  C.  P.  R.   for   service   on  the,  Stikeen river during the rush of'  "'98.^   They_wereT_mocked-down~and~  transported  by rail  to  the headwaters of the Yukon,  where the  hulls will be rebuilt to suit them  for service on that river.  It is understood that the Japanese government acting upon the advice of the Japanese consul at Vancouver has decided not to issue any  more passports to immigrants  bound for British Columbia on account of the enforcement .ot the  Natal Act by the government of  this province.  Ross Electod Alderman.  Greenwood, January 25.���[Special to The Tribune.]���Nominations  for aldermen to fill tlie place mode  vacant by the enforced resignation  of alderman Kirkwood for lack of  qualification resulted in the unanimous election of Duncan Ross. Ex-  alderman Bannerman, who was defeated in the recent municipal election, claims the seat as being next  in number of votes to Kirkwood.  Raised Insurance Rates.  Montreal, January ' 25.���As a  result of. three big fires .-within a  week in which it* is estimated the  loss exceeded three million dollars  the fire insurance underwriters met  this''morning' and increased insurance rates fifty per cent on risks.  Not only that but they' established  a conflagration district which  includes the entire wholesale district of the' city, and levied an  extra twenty-five cents per hundred  On mercantile property situated  therein. Certain preferred risks  are exempted from, the fifty .per  cent increase, but all are subject to  the conflagration rate. The action  of the underwriters was largely  determined by the necessity - of  improving the fire brigade. THE TB_BUKE:  FELSOtf B.C SATURDAY, JANUARY 26 1901  - -t  y  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  tt*  to  **  to  to  to  HAVE YOU HAP ON THE SIDEWALK <ij?  DURING THE PAST FEW DAYS? to  to  . ************************ ^  IF YOU HAD WORN A PAIR OF OUR <*  to  ���   ������ to  .seeking to,, deliver tbeip over to .a  tCpndi^jpn of slavery.  SOME TALES OF DISASTER  to Rubber Soled Shoes .  to YOU WOULD HA VE BEEN PERFECTLY to  j{j SAFE.   CONSIDER THESE PRIPES:      ^  to  to  to  to  i*  $  to Ladies' Rubber Soled  Shoes:   Regular price .$5.60,  now,  to $4.15.  Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black   and Tan:  .   price $6.00, Snap at $4.50.  Men's   Rubber Soled   Boots   in   Black  and Tan:  price $5.50, Snap at $4.15.  to  to  Regular Vr  #  Regular "j  to  to  to  ************************  Goods, Men's f$\  to  to  | Twenty^Pour Silk Skirts f  Here is something for the-Ladies.    '  j|\ Same   reductions   in   all   our  stock of Dry  fjji Furnishings, Boots and Shoes.  to  to  Jto  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Regular price $ 6.00.  Regular price ,$10.00.  Regular price $12.00.  Regular price $14.00.  Regular price $16.00.  ..Bargain at $ 4.50  ..Bargain at $7.50  .. Bargain at $ 9.00  .. Bargain at $10.50  .. Bargain at $12.00  ALL  SHADES.  ************************  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  "��  to  to  to.  to  ��he ��ribwttje*  Nelson is not the only city that  experiences difficulty in collecting  ��� rates. The city of Montreal -is. at  present on the point of deciding  whether to write off one million  dollars of arrears, or to turn them  over to a collection agency.  . .. The yearly report of the Ontario  bureau   of  mines which has just  been published gives the aggregate  -value -of   minerals    produced   as  '.r$8,?8'9,90,l,to secure which $2,930,100  " was divided as wages among 10,003  employees. ���  The mine-owners of the Slocan  "*f~'are~i"'ot~the���only���ones-that���the  great American smelting trust has  singled out as its victims. The Salt  Lake Tribune , predicts that the  next move of the trust will he an  assault <upon the' United States  tariff on lead ores from Mexico and  British Columbia. The trust already  controls' the price of the refined  article, and its next move will be to  - reduce the price of raw ore abolishing the duties.  President Gompers of the American Federation oi Labor does not  . agree with the. action of the Trades  and Labor Congress of Canada- in  its endorsation pf'the principle of  compulsory arbitration.  In a recent  -report which,he  made,.upo,n   the  matter, president Gompers summed  up his objections  in   this   manner:  " Compulsion by any process, and  " particularly by.thepower of gov-  " "eminent,   is   repugnant    to   the  "principle as well as the policy of  ".arbitration.    If   organized   labor  "should  fail   to    appreciate    the  " danger involved in the proposed  " schemes of so-called compulsory  '"arbitration,  and consent to the  " enactment of a law for its enforce-  " ment, there would he reintroduced  "the denial ,of .the, light of jthe  "workmen to, strike, in .defense of;  " their interests, and  the enforce-  " ment by government of ��� specific  " or personal,service^ raud Jabpr, no  " matter how, uitfa^, or, unjust,#nd,  " brought about by any.. means no  " matter' - how questionable;   we  ** would be compelled to work or -  " suffer the state  penalty, which  " might, be    either    mulcting    in  " damages,or going to jail;4.not one  "scintilla   of.distinction,  not one  "jot removed from slavery." President  Gompers  uses  rather strong  language, and his finding can hardly  be regarded as complimentary to  the .heads of the,Canadian congress,  but it  does  not follow that he is  right   and   they   are   wrong.   He  argues   from    the    premises   that  the     wagew earners      are      the  only persons   interested   in  labor  disputes, and that all such disputes  must    be   settled   by   their   own  courts,   with   a threatened strike  held out as  an inducement for  a  speedy, and satisfactory settlement.  But   there    are    other   "interests-  wrapped up in  industrial disputes  which the members of the Canadian  Traces and Labor Congress no doubt  recognize.    Every man engaged in  business in the. community has a  direct and personal interest in the  settlement of   industrial   disputes  which threaten to   interfere with  the business .of the community.   It  is the .recognition of this principle  which makes the demand for compulsory arbitration so strong, since  it secures for all interests .a, voice,  through   the   arbitrators,   in    the  settlement   of   the   dispute.     To  enforce any demands  which they  may ;rnak;e .upon .employers wage-  earners must have  the support of  public sentiment.    They may strike  without it,'and .entail great loss to  their employers, themselves,   and  the business interests of their community ; but it is  to prevent just  such .occurrences that the system of  compulsory reference to arbitration  is   resorted   to.     When    opposing  forces get   at   loggerheads   as   to  whether a man shall receive $2.25  per day a,nd be charged ,75 cents  per day for board, or  whether, he,  shall be paid $2.50 per day and be  charged $1.00 per day for '���board,  there   is not  much  hope   of any  .arbitration   short   of   compulsory  arbitration.    There   is   no ground  for the assumption that arbitration  courts   will   be   unfair,   and   this  being so, Canadian unionists need-  have no fear that the,Trades and  Labor   Congress of   Canada   are  In the South Seas.  Victoria, January 25.���Great devastation was caused and a.number  of natives drowned  by the hurricane at New Hebrides on the 7 th,  8th and 9th of December.   According to news brought by the Aroangi,  now at her berth at - Herbertshore,  a   white   settlement,    tremendous  seas carried lighters, boats, ketches  and   wreckage of all  descriptions  ashore.     Innumerable   craft were  wrecked.      The   steamer   Stettin,  steamer Yacht Elberhard and  the  government steamer Stephen were  saved by running into. Matpui for  shelter.  The mission steamer Kingfisher was totally wrecked and the  government   wharf   was   washed  away.    On the 8th the stone breakwater surrounding the New- Guinea  wharfs gave way and vessels inside  were all-wrecked, the loss amounting to 100,000 marks.    A number of  natives  were drowned and many  injured.   Ashore trees were felled  and miles of .plantations damaged.  A fire occurred at, .Gretna mines,  New   South   Wales, in  which five  lives   were .lost.      Rescue   parties  worked all night, but were  driven  back after every effort.   Finallythe  mine, was ordered .sealed down in  an effort to,fight the  fire and the  men abandoned to their fate.    The  miners. burnt to death were John  and Fred Crow.le,   George   Fuller,-  Edwin Buck and James Hy slop.  On arrival at .Sydney, from Victoria, v the. bark Defiance reported  passing a .derelict vessel of 200 to  .300 tons,  *with a -hundred feet of  keel outward,   evidently   wrecked'  a month  or two, in 3-1 south, 166  east.   New Caledonia advices tell of  a craft .coming ,ashore at -Nakety.  .bay, which evidently -was from the'  .'wrecked vessel.   , The   lower   half;  mast was cut through, and planks <  and spars were pinei yellow painted.  A black painted cutter, which was  stolen by .escapes  from _ New  Cale->  donia. and .abandoned, after * their,  escape to the Australian coast, has  been found.on Seaforth islaud, near  ,Boweu, pn. the, west -.coast of Australia.    The news was  given by a  note   found   in   the,cabin   of   the  abandoned cutter.  *******************************t:***9.  KOOTENAY   COFFEE CO.  ************************;  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************,  We are offering at lowest prices the .best,  frades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  'eas. ' '  Our Bes\ Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound 9 40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00.  Choice Blond Coffee, i pounds  1 00  Spocial Blend Coffee, (i pounds  1 00.  Rio Blond Coffee; 0 ponndsf  1 60  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE COr  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST3BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Surpassing'  Display in  Fall Suitings  All the fashionable creations  in Fall and. Winter wear are  included, in,my last consignment qf. Scotch and Irish  Serges, Tw.eeds and. Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  E. Skinner  Neelanda' Building, Baker Street.  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager,  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TBKMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  Large stock of high:class Imported goods.  A  ;y  ot the  square   shoulder���the  fashion in onate.  rial  latest  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarter^ for  "CARAMEL" " PPMMEgY"  "SMILAX"   "VJUGiN   GOJ-P"  flrocfcHag vaA Pipe*.  to  to  to  to  to  W...   ^L,HS��J^J��1 \%^M^    &J\L^IZ   ... $  h\ PREPARATORY TO STOCK-TAKING /l\  fi\ COMMENCING jL  $       Monday, December 31st        jjj  2> HOSIERY, DRESS GOODS, SILKS,   TABLE LINENS,   TROWELS,  MILLINERY, MANTLES, FURS (f>  (f\        CARPETS, CURTAINS, REMNANTS FROM- ALL DEPARTMENTS AT BARGAIN PRICES.        fl\  ************************  CARPETS & FLOOR OILCLOTHS-  20% Discount during the sale.  WINDOW SHADES���At greatly , re- '?*  duced 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.  ************************  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  MANTLES���Ladies Jackets, Coats and  Golf Capes at less, than cost.  FURS���Balance of our Fur stock at  26% 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% Discbunt.  SKIRTS���Ladies Ready-Made from $2  upwards.  BLOUSE   WAISTS-r-Our full stock of  Ladies Waists at half price. '  MILLINERY���All. our Ladies Trimmed  Hats to clear at Half, price.  LADIES TiOSTUMES-Ladies Tailor-'  Made,Suits,  we  will  sell-the  balance at .Bargain Prices.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  m  r ��� 1_9^^4_XXX__^ ^i____^4_XXXX_W^ ^*9____%^^_\_^ ^^_XX_iW*1_____^ 4^___t*^���____f 4_X______0^_XX______*   _________0^_W______? 4_________w___%____? ^_______** ^^__\\_im 4i^^____m^^_____iiW 4^_______. >4___S ^d__|j^_S _t^______m__^______. _^_M___> j_____t__\ a_i______i_-__BI_fc >^____S_^____k_ _^���_______ ________W^^W  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson  American ai\d European Planf.  MEALS  25  GENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  *       AND HEATED BY STEAM  85 CENTS TO ��1   QUEEN'S HOTEL  "      BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated withrH_ot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrsb-olasa  dining-room. Sample rooms for.eomraerolal men,  HATES $2 PER DAY  Wlrs. E. C. Clarke, Prop,  - '__V_\ 09 THB ROTAIj-HOTBI.,-OAI~IART-  NJadden House  Baker and Ward  Streeta, Nelson  The only hotel ln Nelson that bas temalnod  under one management slnoe 1890. '  The bed-rooms are well furnished.and lighted  by eleotrlolty.  The bar la always stooked by tho beat) dom �����  Uo aud Imported Ilqaors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, I'roprletor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MoMANUS, Manager  Bar stocked with beat brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer ou draught. Large oomfort-  ahlo roomi).   BlrstHdiuvi table baa A.  SAW & PMN1NG MUM  Limited.  __u___a-_________--__.  ���5Vo.ar.e ppepar.ed to Furnish  by Rail, Bartre op Teams  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  ' 6    LOCAL and, COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING  , PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS, and GLASS.  Get Oup Prices before  purchasing elsewhere.   OFFICE: CORNER.HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF        ' \ *   P. Burns & Co.   ������^Wholesale^and Retail   H";X"Ea Dealers in Meats  WHOLESALE TRADE  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE 8c CO., LIMITED.���Corner Veruon  and .Oedar. streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealors in eratod waters and  .frult syrups. Sole agents,for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephono 00.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  TIT F. TEETZEL 8c CO.-Corner Baker and  " ���  Josophlno streets, Nelson, wholesale deal  ers jln  assayers auppllea.  Agents for- Denve  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.' *  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS 8c CO.���Baker Btreet, Nelson  ��� wholesalo dealers In liquors, olgars  cement, fire brick and flro clay, water plpe���and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.    -  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY 8c. CON-  SI RUCTION COMPAN V���Wbolesaledoal-  ers ln telephones, annunciators, bells, baltorles,  'fixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  -DRACKMAN - KER MILLING COMPANY  ���*-�� ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootenay Poiuta.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R. Mills at Victoria, New Westminster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS 8c   CO.-Baker  street,   Nelson,  wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storaite.  P.  Markets at  Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,. Silverton, Net*  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwpod, Cascade Oity, Aiid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly .Forwarded  Aek Your Grooer.  tor New '  SWEET   CIDER  for Mince Pies.  CIDER VINEGAR  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  R. REISTERER & CQ.  BRBWKBS AND BOTTUBRS OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND-PORTER  Prompt and rc��ular  delivery to,the b^ad>  Brewery at Jtatan,  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FJ8H AND POULTRY IN.SEASON  Baker, Street, Nel*on             ��.   C-  TRAVES,   MajmgeP  nRiiwRH nv vail rwOkivh nARiryofi avd maityy Aii'inHTfOM   ROSSL.AIND   EINQIINEBRIINO  WORKS  CUNLIFFJB Ac  MeMILLAN  Founders-and Maohlnlsts, Specialty of Ore Cars, Ore-Bin Doors and General Mining Machinery.  List, of second-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and Is as good  1 2'-H. P. Locomotlve-type.boiler,' -with engine attached and all .fittings, ready to turn on steam.  1 ti"x8'' Double-Cylinder'Frlption Draln-Hoisf, built by Ingersoll Co. '  1 Sinking Pump, No. 6 Cameron. Npw York. .. '      .  1 Sinklnir Pump, 10"x5"xl3",' outside packed plunger pattern.  > Watch t��ls advertisement far further lists, or write us before you buy for complete lists.   We,  may .have just what you want.  Agents' for Northey Pumps. - Stock carried.  P: p.  Box 198. ,  ' THIRD AVENUE,  HOSt-LAND.  ���sE��irr costs but -one centum ^gg^  To drop us a post card that we may, .call and give estimates.  It-.saves, many.dollars.  Never, nave any plumbing done until you have seen our goods and our prices.  ����T^m      STRAOHA].? BROTHERS. Plumbers.  OS0CERIES.  , A MACDONALD & CO.-Corner Front and  ���*���*������ Hall stroets, - -wholesale - grocors and  ���"obbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, .boots, rubbers,  mackinaws aud miners' sundries.  T^OOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMI-  ���*���*��- TKD-Vernon street, Nelson, wholesale  grocers.  fOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel-  **   son, wholesale grooers.  -T���Y.-aRiFFIN-&-CO.-Frout street,-Nelsonr-  w *, wholesalo   dealers   In--provisions,   oured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  XT BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ���*-'������ stroets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  A. R. BARROW, A.MJ,��&  PRQV1NCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer Victoria mid  P. O. Sox. _��.  StMSfaW        '  m& mo, %  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSORS .TO  H- D. ASHCJROFT)  ,i    ,  . . ^ ^ .    . _ _________________        i ^ ���  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD JWOfflW**  EXPERT. H0B8ESH0EINC.  bolts  ,1 attention given to jlljdnds'of rejjolrlng  ,iro  YwMfc; fiojn e'.^aKje'jn?lnto.  to older oo ahoi'. noticou  vy  P. J. RUSSELL  Buyer and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prices -  Prompt Returns  Fail' Assortment  Ship by Expresa.  NELSON^ 'Bi'C  HARDWARE . COMPANY  .    .  ���, Nelson, wholosale   dealers ln  hardware and mining supplies, and wator and  plumbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNBR, BKKTON 8c CO.-Oorner Vernon  a. and. Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agents  for 'Pabat Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and. Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  ���O-AMILTON 1>0WDBR COMPANY-Baker  ������-������, Btreet, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and blaok .blasting powders,  wholesale dealers iu caps and fuse, and eleotrlo  blasting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.  TSIBLTON SAW AND��� PLANING MILLS.  x~, LIMITED���Cornor Front and Hall stroets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesalo dealers  ln sash and doors] all kinds ot factory* work made  to ordor. ,  WINES AND CIGARS.  /CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY. LIMI-  \J TED���Corner Front ond-QiiU' sUreeto, Nelson, wholesale dealers in Wines (case and bnlfc.  and <Tomn<<MA-KnA Imnofted olears.  ANTI-CHINESE RESOLUTION.  ' Pursuant to resolutions .adopted at a regular  meeting held on Saturday evening/December  32nd, 1000, all members of Nelaon Minora' Union  No, 96,'W. F. M., are requested to use evory  legitimate means - ���  -To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or Indirectly. All union men and others  who believe in making this n white man's country, are requested toco-operate in giving effect to  the aforesaid resolution.   By order,  '   NH.LSOV mSnER-**.'   UNION.  NolhOD, December 22nd.   o  The above resolution has boos endorsed bv tbe  Trades and Labor Council of Nelson^ and all  union men, and others in sympathy with it,'are  requested to govern   themselves   accordingly.  By order.  TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nolson, December 22nda  .^BibHITEgT?.  lAbsrdeen  Architeota.   Rooms  :, _tofker etwefciNetoon, THE TRIBUNE: NELSON ?B. O  SATttttDAY JANUARY 26 1901  _a____���B0u   ----���'������   i.-rrr-.r-'t'  Special Filipino Coin.  Washington, January 25.-j-Secre-  tary Gage has- devised a currency  scheme .for the Philippine islands  which has received the approval of  the cabinet and will be recommended to congress, with a request  from,the president for the legislation necessary to carry it into  effect. 'Trade jiiBt now is much  embarrassed because of the scarcity  of- Mexican silver dollars, which for  many years have been the standard  of value and circulating;medium in  all the East Indies! The scarcity is  due to' the presence of -75,000 or  80,000 foreign soldiers in China, who  have to. b,e "p^id regularly in the  n-jO-jey of vthp}r;qwn countries and  ure polnpplled" to change it for  Mexican qollars before it is of any  use to them. The Mexican government,, realizing that the unusual demand for dollars, will soon em-  barrass business in that country,  has taken means to prevent further  exportation, and the consequence'is ���  a rise in their value and tt great  scarcity everywhere.  It is thought best to provide a  special coin for tho Phillipines of  silver, because they have >,always  been accustomed.to use that metal,  exclusively, and the disadvantages  and difficulties that would attend  an attempt to introduce our own  ���system of currency, over there are  so great that the plan has been*  abandoned. It is proposed, therefore, by Mr. Gage to ask congress  BANK OF MONTREAL  OAPITAIi. all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST    7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180,80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Georgo A.'Drummond .... ..Vice-President-  E. S.Clouaton ....General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Corner- Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  -     ������.   - i H -������ /f '--a        ��� ;  Branches in London (England) New York,  . Chicago, and all the principal oltles In Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credit-,  available in any part of the world.-  Drafts Issued, Collections Mode, Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.  AMONG THE WHOLESALERS  Trade of a. Week.  Iu some lines of* the Nelson  wholesale trade business was quite  brisk, while in other departments  it was somewhat dull during the  past week. Iu the flour and feed  . department trade waa .only fair,  - but^in the grocery department  trade was good and exceeded ��� that  of the proceeding week. 'The firms  are looking forward to a good  week. The shipments for the past  week are as follows:  Braekiuan ,& Ker Milling Company, Limited, flour audr feed.���  Goat Creek, Clubb's Landing, Ymir,  Greenwood, Burton, Robson, Park  Siding, Kaslo, Nine-mile and Slocan  Junction. ">.'-'  H..-J. -Evans .& Co., commission  merchants.���-Grand Porks, Greenwood, Columbia, Ainsworth, Kitchener, Sandon and Robson.  A. Macdonald & Co., wholesale  grocers.���Ainsworth, Sandon, Robson, Kitchener, Slocan City, Kaslo,  Fire Valley, Cascade aud Burton.  W. F. Teetzel & Co., assayers'  supplies.���Kaslo, Kimberley, Ymir,  Ainsworth, Moyie, Rossland and  Sandon.  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction' Company, electrical supplies.���Lemon Creek, Whitewater,  Sandon, Grand Forks, Moyie, Ymir  and Greenwood.  F. S bar key &" Co., commission  merchants.���Boundary Emails, Eholt,  Cascade, Fernie, Sandon, Three  Forks, Rossland, Alamo, Ymir,  Kaslo, Robson* New Denver and  Thompson's landing.  John Cholditch & Co., wholesale  grocers. Ferguson,     Kimberley,  Moyie, Ymir, Lemon* Creek, Robson,  Midway, Cranbrook, Slocan City,  New Denver and Silverton.  Turner, Beeton <fc Co., dry goods  and liquors.���Lemon Creek, Ymir,  Chapleau, Slocan, Erie, Moyie,  Cranbrook, Fernie; New Denver,  Robson, Arrow Lake and Salmo.  Kootenay Supply Company,  wholesale grocers.���Slocan, Ymir,  Cranbrook, Kimberley, Creston, Sirdar, Porto Rico, Kitchener, and  Ainsworth.  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills,  Limited, sash and- doors.���Lemon  Creek, Slocan City, and Five-mile  point.  California Wine Company, wines  and cigars.���Cranbrook, Silverton,  Moyie, New Denver, Lillooet, Grand  Forks, Kimberley, Phoenix Greenwood,- Kimberley, Anaconda and.  Columbia. '*   J._Y.*Griffin & Co., provisions and  produce.���Golden, Moyie, Cranbrook, Greenwood, Rossland? Trail,  Grand Forks, Ainsworth, Slocan,  New Denver,' Creston, Kaslo; .Pilot  Bay, Phoenix, Silverton.and Three  Forks.  THE  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD OFFICE, TOROl&TO.  CZ>' ��Z>' CZ>'  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fond,  t8.000,000  2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $66,000,000.  .; DIRECTOR8:  Hon. Geo. A. Cox*" Robt. Kilgour,   ,  President. Vice-President;  XV. 11. Hamilton   M. Lk__at ' J as. Cka-th-iin  John Hoskin, Q.C., LL.I).  J. W. Flavklle XV. E. H. Mahsey A. Kingman  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,600,000  $2,458,603  S 1,700,000  .  D. R. Wllkio, Oeneral Manager.  :-i 7    7     K   BJ. Hay. Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Blook, 221 Baker Btreet  J. M. LAY, Managua.  B. E. Walker, J. H. Plummer,  General Manager. Asst. Den. Manager.  A. H. Ireland.  Chief Inspector and Superintendent of Branches.  London Office, 60 .Lombard Street, ID. O.  ,.   S. Cameron Alexander; Manager. :  :  New York Office. 16 Kxchange Place.  >       Alex.-Laird and.Wm.-Gray, Agents.  BRANCHES OF THB BANK IN CANADA  Ontario.  Ayr  Ottawa  Barrie  Paris  Belleville  -  Parkhill  Berlin  Peterboro  Blenheim  Port Perry  Brantford  St. Catharines  Cayuga  Sarnia  Chatham  Sault Ste. Marie  Collinqwood  Seaforth  Dresden  Simcoe  Dundas  Stratford  DUNNVILLE  Strathroy  Fort Frances  Toronto (8 offices)  Toronto Junction  Galt  Goderich  Walkerton  Guelth  Walkerville  Hamilton'  Waterloo  London  Windsor  Ohangevilijs  Woodstock  Quebeo:  Manitoba:  Montreal      .             Winnipeg  '   Yukon District:  Dawson .  '  White Horse  British Columbia:  Atlin  Nelson;  Cranbrook  New Westminster     "  Fernie  Rossland  Greenwood  Sandon  Kamloops  Vancouver  Nanaimo  Victoria  IN THH .UNIT-ID STATES:  New York, N. Y. Seattle, Wash.  San Francisco, Cal.     Portland,  Skaqway, Alaska.  Ore.  Bankers in London���Tho Bank of Scotland;  Messrs. Smith, Payne & Smiths.  Bankers In New York���The American Exchange  National Bank.  Agents in Chicago���Tho Northern Tiust Company.  Agents in Now Orleans���The Commercial National Bank.     .  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on  deposits.    Present late  three per cent.  -  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager. Nelson Branch.  emblems of local significance-and  evidence that they were coined by  the United States. Each of these  dollars, or whatever the coin may  be called,'' will contain 45 cents  worth of silver bullion, and they  will' be furnished ' in unlimited  quantitiesito those,who are willing'  to pay, 50 cents in - gold for them.  They will1- also be redeemable in  gold at the, option of the holder.  The margin of five cents is to givs  an elasticity to-the .coin, which will  naturally , advance, the ' price qf  silver if it;is issued in ,any great  quantities.  These coins will-be disbursed by  the government in the payment of  its regular expenses at the different  army \ posts in the Philippines a.t  their facejvalue,' which is.150 centis  in United States coin, and it is believed that they will soon displace  the Mexican dollars, which contain  a little more silver,-and are there-'  fore of greater intrinsic Rvalue': At  the���present-price-of���bullion���the  Mexican dollar is actually worth  about 52 cents, and the proposed  dollar will be worth only 45 cents.  The proposed coinage would absorb  $2,000,000 to $3,000,000 worth of  silver a month indefinitely, and it  is believed, that it would;eventually  take the place of Mexican dollars in  China and the East Indies, although  the Orientals are very conservative and would hesitate to adopt a  new form of money.  The Rich Are Negligent.  Abram S. Hewitt, formerly  mayor of New York, recently, expressed the following sentiments,  which-will receive hearty endorsement at the hands of .those who are  interested in, the welfare of their  fellow beings:  The advance of industry whioh  h$a brought lis wealth beyond the  wildest dreams of avarice has also  brought on conditions ��� which make  it an absolute ��� impossibility for  some people to live decent, respectable lives. * The rich' have not even1  begun to do what they ought to do.:  Men that I almost worship fpr.  their generosity and solicitude for^  those that have less are not giving;  in proportion to their wealth- the-  half that was given by their families a generation ago. Have we  the right to take all this wealth  and do nothing to correct the $y\\.  created in its promotion?- Oa,n  you qccept these. jnftHona and shut  yoi'-jr eygg to. *feho evils which .weave  iharanelves about the producers?  Can any one be content with such  conditions ? Good' God ! Can .this  be the end to'which we have been  working all these centuries?     For  purchased at such ��� a" staggering  price ? If these terrible tenements,  these overcrowded districts, these  dark and.foul dwelling places', and  all the attending miseries "must go  with industry, then I wish to -God  that every industrial center > could  be' destroyed as was Sodom and  Gomorrah of old, and men be driven  back to the land where they can at  least have the breezes and the green  grass and the sunshine and the blue  of heaven to look up to.  Scotland a Century Ago.  In Life in Scotland a Hundred  Years Ago James Murray, M.A.,  the author, modestly gathered together much quaint and curious [  information. Turning over the  pages casually one' is struck with  the frequent references, under the  section Domestic and Social, by the  ministers of the various parishes to  the increase in the use of tea among  the poorer classes. To it and to  whisky are attributed all' the evils  of the time. "The introduction of  these baneful articles to the poor,  'tea and whisky, will soon," wrote  the minister, of Currie, "produce  corruption of morals and debility  of .constitution." Tobacco was also  in much more common use at the  end of the last century than it had  been 20 years before', and smoking  was quite common among women.  '���The use of tobacco may almost,"  said the minister of Abernyte, "be  said to be excessive, especially  among the female sex. There is  scarce a 'young woman by the time  she has been taught to spin but has  also learned to smoke." One  simple-minded gentleman, the minister of Peterculter, was struck with  the amount of money which was  sent out of the country for this  "very pernicious ' luxury," and  thought camomile flowers would  make a good substitute.  Does It Pay to Advertise?  * A good story is told .of Henry W.  Grady's career in Rome, Georgia, as  editor, etc., of a ��� newspaper whose  struggles for existence were hard  indeed. "Dolph" and "Wes" Roun-  saville, big merchants, declined to  advertise,' notwithstanding Grady's  entreaties. "We don't need to advertise," said "Wes," senior partner. "It^won't do any good. Nobody reads advertisements anyway." "Don't read 'em?" cried  Grady. "I'll show you." The next  day's paper followed one of the editor's brilliant articles with this  notice: .'.'Wanted ��� Immediately,  2000 cats, for which we will pay 50  cents each. J. W. Rounsaville &  Bio." It rained, snowed, and hailed  eats. Every boy in town stole cats  to sell.   Farmers hauled them' in  .from the country. The railroads  brought them by freight and express. They arrived in sacks, bags,  boxes, kegs and barrels. "Wes"  and "Dolph," who had not read the  advertisement, c were nearly paralyzed with fear.    It was the town's  "business"to~stand~abont~the���corner  of the store and enjoy the fun.  Grady himself leaned against a telegraph pole, splitting with laughter,  and crying with every fresh breath:  "Nobody reads -advertisements, eh?  Nobody reads 'em?" The Rounsa-  villes were glad to compromise on a  contract for advertising.  -- ������ ��� ���-> jgy*--  t  j-_j j^3��i  y y-^j  c��^**%^^��<^ <^i^***% <^<-r***% <^  C=3" (Z3 * e^' d ' <Z3�� C3 �� <_=->- c^>' (Z?  .gy.gi.cz?*-  5^> *2vS^i ^'���Q1* ^���^S^SsT*^ ijsr'^'^s? ^j^ ^s*=^'  the Battle  ���M&  of the Holiday Trade has cleared  away it is well to come back to the  every day business of the year as  quickly as jpossible.   ,  **************************  ... KARN IS KING  WE HAVE THE, BEST MADE PIANOS IN CANADA.  THEY HAVE .STOOD THE TEST'FN KOOTENAY FOR THIRTEEN YEARS  CALL. AND INSPECT THEM.        ^/  -    - **************************  JACOB DOVER, The  Jeweler.  7.1  *-*jI  '-*** L  m    ��� ���  fj(j^>   Our Jewelry and Watch Department Is ln full swing.  c^^y ^^^-y C^y ^    ^-y ^^-7* ^^*-~ ^^y C^^-* ^^  "C2k "^J"^-^ ��^k "*t_k ���,__, '^���^���'^  c^y .(p?,'c=?  ; Hail Orders receive bur Prompt Attention.  SS=**-;&**��'&-  , ��=S'��*=3U��"-"5<"Z> <""*>���<""> <^<""-> <C_>a'C"~> <_>  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  nelson, b. c.  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime,Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods ln larger'  quantities than; before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  ' '  * It Is our Intention to Install machinery to manufacture our  marble-products, and,next season we shall be in a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also Keep on hand  Tiles and Cement;;  a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,,   , __, D_  ��� _-  ��� T__    heaven's sake, is this the -"result Jof  for-authority.to com an .unlimited :iojirgindj^triali^eyelp^iri^i.^a-n*a  number of. Filipino dollars bearing 1 must bur prosperity ^s a nation be  WE HAVE  Improved Incandescent  Mirror Globe Lamps  Now in Stock. They  Improve Electric Light  Fifty   per   cent.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  & CONSTRUCTION CO.  Nelson, B...C.  O. W. West & Co.  GOAL.!      WOOD!  Hard Coal  Anthracite  $10.75  Crov'a.Neak  Coal  S6.1S  *io__ii_i*v*_n_a__i_3  AGENTS IMPKRIAti OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can be accepted unless accompanied  by cash.    Ofllce:  Corner of Hall  and Baker Sbreols.  TELEPHONE 33.  Lethbridge Gait Coal  Tl\9 bps.t value fop tbe money In ihe market -  -foriallipiirpoeos. V .. WY-'-'i'?   .?,    YV  tkbmb cubh     W. P. Thiinby, General Agent  Telepl-one l��.   Qaoewi_iC3._��._.0_ito��e>  Our Bricks^and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year. - We .also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We  Builders.  are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors  and'  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  tor The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  ^' Successori to  The West Kootenay Brick <�� Lime Co., Ltd  MORRISON & CALDWELL  GROCERIES  AND  OUR LEADERS-  The well-known Newdale Creamery Bufter  In all sized packages aud 1-pound bricks. .  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices,  [L.S.J   HENRI G. JOLY de LOTBINIERE.  '~**cA.nada:       '    -*"-   -  province of british columbia.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the' United  Kingdom   of Great  Britain   and Ireland,,  Queen, Defender of the Faith, &c, &c* &c.  To our Faithful the members elected-to'serve In  the Legislative Assembly of Our Province of  British Columbia at Our City of Victoria.���  Greeting: ��  A PROCLAMATION.      *���    '  H.A.Maclean, \TTTHERKA3    We  Deputy Attorney-General, / " aro desirous  and resolved, as soon as may be, to meet our peo-'  pie of our Provinco of British Columbia, and' to  havo their advice in Our Legislature:  * * NOW KNOW YE, that for divers causes and  considerations, and taking into consideration the,  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects, We'  havo thought tit, by and with the advice of Our  Executive Council do hereby convoke, and-by.  these presents enjoin you, and eich of you, that  on Thursday, tho twenty-first day of February,  one thousand nine hundred and one, you meet  Us in Our said Legislature or Parliament of Our  said Province, at Our City of Victoria, FOR THK  DISPATCH OF BUSINESS, to treat,.do, act,  and conclude upon those'things which* in Our,  Legislature of the Province of British Columbia','  by the. Common Council of Our said Province  'may, by tho favour of God, be" ordatnod.r -'*  In Testimony Whereof, We have  caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent and the  Great Seal of the said -Provinco to be thereunto affixed:    , *��� ..'_���'  Witness, the Honourable Sin Hknri'Gus-,  ,'tavr Joly dkLotiiinibhe, K.C.M.U., Llou-  '��� tenant-Governor  of Our said'Province ot  Britisli Columbia, In Our City of Victoria, in  Our said Province, this seventeenth day of  January, in tlio year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and one, and in tlie sixty-  fourth year of Our Reign.  By Command.  J. D. PRENTICE, Provincial Secretary.  PltOVINCIAI. SfiCKETAltY'S OFFICE,  17th January, 1!X)1.  HIS HONOUR, tli". Lieutenant-Governor in  Council, mulor the pro\ibio'is of tlio "Land  Registry Act lias been pleased to establish- at  the Oity of Nelson, in the County of Kootenay,  a District Olttco for tho Recording of Instruments  und Registration of Titles affecting real estate,  sit mite within tho County of Kootenay.  The name of the said registration district shall  be tho Kootonay Land Registrat ion District.  Henry Fry MacLeod, of tlie City of Nelson, solicitor, has been appointed to perform the duties  of tlus said District Ofllce, which shall bo open  for the transactiod of business on and after I lie  second day of March, 1901.  .By Command.  ��� Y.      J. D. PRENTICE, Provincial Socrotary.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  =To^GjDO.=H.JaAMJIEKS,= J._R._C��ANSON. Or to  any person or persons I o whom ho may have  transferred his interest in the Harvey'Joy  mineral olaim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson  Mining Division.  You aro horeby notified that I have expended  One Hundred Dollars in labor and Improvements  upon the abovo mentioned ��� mineral claim, iu  order to  hold Bald-mineral  claim  under  tho  provisions of the Miueral  Act-, and if within  ninety days from the date of -this notice you fall  or refuse to' contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your Interest in said claim will become tbo  property of the subscriber, under section four of  an Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Minoral  Act, 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December, 1900.  LAND- NOTICE.  ; Nolico is hereby given, that thirty days aftor  dato 1 Intend to apply to tho chief commissioner  of lands and works for permission to purchase  -the following described lands about two mlloa  West of tho City of Nelson: Commencing'at a  post marked XV. J. Beaven's S. E. Corner Post  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Street, Nelson  ROSSLAND  WINTER  Tuesday to Saturday  FEBRUARY 12.16, 11901  EIGHT CURLING  Under the  CONTESTS'  -AND-  CURLING  BONSPIEL  Auspices bf the  Kootenay Curling:  ���  '��� ���'.;.-.-. -;r    'Association  HOCKEY TOURNAMENT-  For Senlon, junior and  Ladles' CI laroplonahips  - .of British Columbia V;  SNOWSHOE RACES  ,'.'..'SKI RACES  SKATING R/i.CKS  For Provincial Championships ati(f j-for Men and"  Boys ��� .  CUTTER AND DOG Rj�� .CKS ,:  Coasting Contests; '���'.���        ;; Carnit ,_1 Masquerado  ���tttt-t-������**.". - ���-*"-:���: ; ,-��� .'��� -.���:   $3000 in Troptyes and Prizes $3000 ;  planted at S. W. corner post of H. Selous' purchased Lot 005, Group 1, on the high wator line  .on tho west bank of Kootenay river,thooco north  SO chains, thence west 20 chains, thenco south 20  rjhalns, moro or less to tho high water-line on  .'i-nn'th bank of Kootenay river, thonce following  the meandering of the aforesaid river In an east-  aBlly direction 20 chains moro'or less to point of  .commencement. Containing-32. acres moro^or  ,leg8 ���.'������*���..'���   -. ��� W. J.* BKAVKN.  ���Datfld at Nelson this 24th day of December, 1900.  LAND LEASE NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given, that within sixty days  aftor the'date of this notice, I intend to apply to  the assistant commissioner of lands and works,  at Nelson, for a lease of the following described  land, for tho purposo of opening up and working  atone quarries..situate about two miles it-van  oasterlyadiroction from tho: City .of Kaslo, West  Kootonay.District: ,  Commencing at a post planted on the lake shore  marked "J. A. Knauf 'a N. W. corner'running  thenco east twenty chains; thence south twenty  chains; thence west; twenty chains, more or less  to the lake shore; thence north along the lako shore  to the point of commencement; and_contaijung  forty acres more or less.  ������   Dated December 19th, 1900.  F. of  north-  XrEU30N MINERS' UNION NO. 98, W.  ���*���'--��� M.���Meets In miners',unlon-rooma,  east oorner Victoria and Kootenarstreetfl, every  Saturday, evening at 8 o'clock.'-Visiting mom.  rbera vuipomo. Ml R. Mowatt, President. Jame  "Wilkes, BecTetary.. -Union,Soalk or��WjM>__  for Nelson District���Per shift, machine  men, 93.50: hammers-men miners. 93.25; muckers,  carmen, sbovelers and other underground laborers, *|3.00. -       .     ���<  ���^    .��__ __  i-  '*JB|  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.-The ,  t lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Lai  Council will be held in the miners' union hall.i  oorner of - Victoria and < Kootenay streets/on tbe  flrst and third Thursday of "each month, ab  7.90 p. m. nG. J. Thorpe, President. J. H. Matheson, Secretary. '���  TTIHE reKnbufmeetlngs of the Carpenters'-Union Y  ������   are neld on Wednesday *-evening of eaoh  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union ball oor-.  ner Victoria' and .. Kootonay streets. -Charles  Clayton, President.   John MeLeod, Secretary.  _ V  BARBERS'UNION.-Nelson Union. No. 196, of -' '"  the International Journeymen Barbers On- Sf.  ion of America, meets every first and third Mon  day of eaoh'month in Miner's Union Hall, corner  of Victoria and Kootenay streets, at 8:30 p.m.  sharp.-- VteitinK brothers/cordially invited to  attend.   It. McMahon, president: J. H. Matbe  >-vr  son. secretary treasurer;  secretary  J. C. Gardner, recording  LABOItERS'iUNION.-Nelson Laborers'jPro<  I teotlve Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L.v meets la  .Fraternity' Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner of Ba- --  ker and Kootenay streets, every Monday evening v  at 7:30 p.m.-sharp. Visiting members of the Anion-  -  can   Federation   cordially invited   to--attend.  James Mathew, President.. JohnlUoberts,,re   -  cording secrotary.    - _   ��� " 'I , ^   ' -,-ff-.  ' ^-'**���'l  v *vk*a?l  "-'Ml  NELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular  ' meeting of-the  Painters' Union Is held <  the flrst and third Fridays ln each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp.  J. H. Mlllward,  President; Will J. Hatch, Secretary.  COOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION-I  - meetings on the second and fourth  days of each month, at 8 o'clock in Miners' Union  hall.   Vlstlng biethern cordially invltod.    C. F.  Bell,  president ;> J."   P.   Forestell,   seorotary  treasurer. .,  No.  tha  PLASTERERS' UNION-The O. P. I.  172, moots every Monday evening  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley smxitai. ab  8 o'olock.'   J.   D   Mrwor,   president; William  Vice, secretary, P. O. Box C1C.  A  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. NO. 28, A. F. ft; A. M  Meets second Wednesday In each month.  Sojourning brethren lnvlbed.  *-VJ  M  TJ-I  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodge, No  25, Knights of Pythias, moots ln I. O. O. F.  Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'olook. visiting Knights  cordially invited to attend. F. J. Bradley. C. C;  J. A. Paquetto, K. of R. & S.  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O, T. M.-  Hold their regular meetings on the flrst and  'third .Thursdays of each month. -Visiting Sir  Knights are cordially invited to attend. -.0. A.  Brown.-R. K; A. XV. Punlj, Com.; R.-J. Steel.  D. S. C.  msoU la L O. O. F. -  Kootenay streets,  Friday of eaoh month,   visiting  brethern oordlally invited.   W. W. Bradley, W  -���fvTKIaSON-L. O. L.. No.  ���~   HaU. corner Baker am  aa��ii, wj  1st)- aud 8rd  brethern oort     .  M, A. Mlnty. Recording-Secretary. '*   CORPORATION OFTHE CITY OF KELSON  APPLICATIONS WANTED,  The undersigned has been' authorized by  resolution of the city council to ask for aopllca-  tions for tbe position of chief of.tho Flro Department of the City of Nelson; ..Applicants will  state ago, nativity, experience and where,  whether married or slugle, and give recommendations from chief of department where  now employed and from underwriters Mark  applications: "Application for Chief of Fire Department," and address * _  J. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk, Nelson. B. C.  Dated January 2nd, 1901,  Notice of  Application  ,      License.  to Transfer a  Notice Is horeby given that I intend to apply  at tho next sitting ortho Board of License Commissioners of the City of Nelson for permission to  transfer my ictall liquor liconseVfor tho premises  sltuato on the east half of Lot 1, Block _!, in tha  City of Nelson, and known as tho Grand Hotel,  to Gustavus Nelson. JOHN BLOMBERG.  ���Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 3rd day of January,  1901.  Witness: Thomas Svmrs. . <    ���  Notice of  Application to  '' License.  Transfer a���  i. A. KNAUF.  MUSIC.  ftnwnd Trip on ail  ��� posters  . and.programs.or address "   H '.Y W. 0. J ACKSON !  Secretary'Carnival Commltf we.Ko(Bland, B.-C.  Rates of a Single Fare for the   Railways. 'For further partifo__tra  B. _B  Mrs. D. B. Murrar.graduato In vocal and Instrumental music. Is now prepared to reoeive  pupils for instruction lu voice oulture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.   "For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A. Macdonald building, oorner Josephine and  Vernon street.   .    ���   ��� :     ���     ���        ���  ENGINEERS.  /CHARLES PARKHB-Mli^W _namU����2�� **��% I  V^^newT Tumsr-Boiokb Block, Baker rtre*!,'I  i   ���' i i  . Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply at  tlie. next sitting of- the Bourd of License Commissioners of the City of Nelson-foi permission  to transfer my retail liquor licen^c.for the promises situate on tlie west half of Lot 1, Block 2, In  tho City of Nelson, and known as ihoGluoPot  saloon, to Thomas Sproatt.      GUS. a\TEL90N.  Dated at Nelsou, B.C., this 3rd day of January,  1901. -     .  Witness: John Blombero.  ~~~~' NOTICE.  Rossland, B, C, November 9tb, 1900.  To F.;B. Salisbury :  . Notice is hereby Riven that I, William Griffiths,  intend to claim the Interests In tbe following  named mineral claims formerly hold by F. B.  Salisbury, on which he has neglected to pay his  share of the orpenses of tho annual assessment  work.  To wit:  A one-half (J) Interest ln the "Bunker Hill"  mineral claim. ,.   .  A one half (1) Interestin the "Sullivan"mineral  claim. .  A one-half (1) Interestin tho "Fidelity" mineral  All the adjoining claims, ltuated on tbe west  fork of the north fork of Salmon river, In tho  Nelson Mining DlvlBion,  This action Is taken under Section 11 of Cha*f_  amendments at  WILLIAM B..-OWNSEN"*),  ter 45, ot the statutes of ISP*) and  45ote{' J*' :    WILUAM B. .10'-. ��o��a.v*,^  |Agent for William Grlfllths.  i^ THE TRIBUKE: imBOfr.fiL-GL. SATURDAY JANUARY 2�� 1901  h  h  J?  irfr-  r  i' *-  I1-'"  1 "  Assayers Supplies  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 are British Columbia Agents for.  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  - -���      WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH <Sc THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK  NELSON,  B. C.  The Nelson Clothing House  .. Great Slaughter Sale..  -  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  In order to make room for Spring Goods, I have decided to soli for tho noxt thirty days all  Koods in stock at greatly reduced prices. All heavy goods away, down, cost not considered, and In  Clothing, Gents' Furnishings. Hats and Caps, and Boots and Shoes I will give from 10 to 25 per cent  disconnt and all Rubber Goods at cost. Now Is the chanco to partake of the best bargains ever  offered in the Kootenays. My stock is all new and up-to-date and the sale is genuine, so now avail  yourself of the best opportune to get gooi goods at less than wholesale prices. Remember this is  for only 30 days. ________���_���____���______.  J. A.  QILKER,  Proprietor.  NOTICE.  m_____\\m______\\mKM____wmmmmm���_\  ���  Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of  the Dominion Parliament, 63 and 64 Victoria, Chapter  103 and Chapter 104, the name  of  THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX  will be changed to  ftbelRo^al Bank of Ganafca  ��� from and after  the Second day of January, 1901.  Halifax, 1st November, 1900.  E. L. PEASE,  General Manager,  from 75e 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.  BEAUTIFUL   GRAVURES   AND   ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  Houston Block. -  Telephone 161.''  P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A; IRVING _ CO.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors .  Windows >  . Inside Finish      L.  local and coaiib._    " " '  'Flooring"  local and coast.  Newel Posts  . Stair Bail  -   Mouldings  Shingles  Bough and  . Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IT WHAT VOtJ WANT IB NOT IN STOCK  WK Wlli MAKE IT BOB YOD  CALL AND GffiT PMCIB,  J. A. Sayward  HAU. AND UKE BTRKKTS, NEISON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  . V   '  CORNER OK  HKNDRYX AND V-IRNON STKHHTS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StooH.  We carry a complete atock of  Geast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  -prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Removal Sale  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and-Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Office on  Baker Street, west of Stanley Street  ���  NELSON. '  C. DY J. CHRISTIE  . -     General Broker  FIRE,   LIFE AND  ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Money to loan at 3% or on the installment plan.  For Sale  For sale a 7-room house.' Bath, sewer connection,'and In flrst-class location. Can be bought  at lo��� than cost if taken by 5th ot February.  Price and terms on application.  The Haywood place. Price and terms on application.  Several other good buys are on my list.  3 fifty foot, lots on Robson streot ?800_00_  2 twenty-llvo foot lots. Observatory St.... COO 00  Fop Rent.  7 Room House, Carbonate Street (30.00  G Room House. Mill Street  25.00  A Ground-Floor Office  25.00  The Hayward clace.  See nly list of Real Estate-.  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Arolr ��. It- IaHNNOX. Balletta.. Nnloon B. O  CHINA HALL  We carry a complete  line of  CHINA, CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  BAR FIXTURES  COOKING UTENSILS  McFarland & Brockman  First Door West of G. P. \\. Offices  BAKER STREET.  LADIES' TRIIPED HATS  Endless Variety  And Prices to Suit.  mrs. e. Mclaughlin,  JOSEPHINE STREET.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  0 '_t      1\_.___ ft D -.��..- r a Boarding and  Day School for Girls.   Will re>  Canada Drug & Jfoo&to. :__rP^Saei^rmam^erate-.Forterm'  J-lmlted. ��   MADAMOISELLE KEEN, PrlnelpaL  We are removing to our new  premises, but can fill all orders  entrusted to us during the next  ten days.  SUPREME COURT MATTERS  Cases to Be Tried at Next Sitting.  Another important law case and  one which is connected with commerce was listed at the court house  -yesterday to be tried at the sitting  of the supreme court in Nelson ou  February Oth. It is that of Brack-  man & Ker vs. Oppenheimer. It  was" practically fought out in  March, 1900, on a counter claim  brought by Brackman & Ker  against -. Oppenheimer, claiming  about $3000 damages by reason of  Oppenheimer, who resides in the  state of Washington, not delivering 37 cars of hay, in accordance  with his contract as stipulated. Mr.  Justice Martin gave judgment for  the defendant Oppenheimer on the  ground that Brackman & Ker's acceptance of Oppenheimer's offer  with regard to the 37 cars, contained  conditions not included in the offer.  Hence the contracting parties never  agreed and consequently-' no contract was made. ,        ,"  The_ plaintiff' appealed to the  supreme court of. British Columbia  from that judgment and reversed  the judgment of Mr. Justice Martin,  the appeal court holding that the'  conditions contained in the accept-'  ance, which was in .the form of a  letter and which was couched in the  language of a contract, had no  effect on such au acceptance and  was simply a .collateral matter  which," 'Oppenheimer could have  regarded or disregarded. The case  was dismissed and was sent back'  for' a new trial, with the point  settled.that there is a valid contract  existing. " The trial will how pro-  ceed,'and unless Oppenheimer can  succeed in showing that the contract was waived as alleged in his  pleadings the court will proceed to  assess the damages against him.  The case involves a great niany  points of commercial law , of great  interest to wholesale men, and .will  be watched by wholesale dealers  generally. .;,- - ' " ���. 7 .  - Messrs. Taylor & Hannington are.  the solicitors for-Brackman '& Ker;  while Messrs. Eiiott & Lennie are  acting for Oppenheimer.  Court House Notes. ^   y  The case of Waterland vs. Green  woodrwhich-washeard^before-the;  supreme court in  Nelson last fall ���  and    in    which . Waterland   was  granted $3000 damages,'has'.been  appealed by the defendants.  ;It is  probable that the case will come  before tho sitting of the supreme  full court which is to be held at  Vancouver on  March 5th.   W. A.  Macdonald,.K.C., is acting for the  plaintiff.  The case of   Marino vs.  Sproat,  which has been heard in chambers  before judge Forin, is also net for  I trial at the sitting of the court here  on February Oth.  Eight cases have now been listed  for trial on February Oth.  Funeral of Thomas Thatcher.  Thomas Thatcher of Kaslo died  at that place on Thursday night.  His remains will be brought to  Nelson today for interment, and  the funeral will rtake "place from.  Fraternity hall at 10 o'clock Sunday morning. He was'a member in  good standing of the Independent  Order of. Odd Fellows, and , the  funeral will be under the auspices  of that order. The impressive and  solemn Ceremonies according to the  order's -.ritual will be conducted  over the remains at the hall by the  masters of the lodge, E. W. Rutherford and1. G. H. Caldwell. The remains will,be interred at the city  cemetery.   Yesterday's Curling,  Several interesting games of curling were played at the rink yesterday. The ice was in excellent condition and good scores were made.  In the afternoon the Dominion government officials played the provincial government officials and the j  former won' put by 10 points. Much  amusement was manifested during  the game. The line-up of the rinks  and the result of the game is as  follows:  W  _sri_lx.so_sr  <��*    *���'���'��� ":'' ���'"'���  KASLO  S_2__SrXDO*N*  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TELEPHONE 27  Store, Cornor Baker and Josephine Sheet  PERSONAL.  Dominion.'  F. W. Swannoll    -  W. M. Jamieson  S.P.Shaw.  Provincial.  Harry Wright  F. C. Laiog  T. Simpkins  G. Johnston, skip ... .17  J. A. Turner, skip 7  During the evening two more  games of the Fletcher trophy series  were played. The games were  quite evenly contested. The results  were:  J. Dover     "  - F. L. Irvine  J. L. Stocks A. L. McKillop  C.J. Wilson      " C A. Archibald  R. Hedley, skip . 9 XV. H. Wallace, skip   17  J. G. Campbell   - '- A. Perrier  J. G-Bimyan   ,    -,.       D H. Murray  C. G.Mills P. "E.Wilson'   '  J. Rao.skip  12  H. G, Goodeve, bkip ..9  -   All the games of the first draw  will be played tomorrow.  The Bossland Carnival.  The Rossland winter carnival  which opens on February 12 th  promises to be no small affair. The  program provides for four days of  winter sports for which prizes and  trophies valued at $3000' "are ,hung  up. The committee has secured  excursion rates, from all points in  Kootenay and good weather' is all  that is required to ensure * the  carnival's.success/ i%    ' '  E. A. Stapleford of Ymir is registered at the Queen's.  J. T. Gordan of St. Louis, Missouri,  Is registered at ihe Tremont.  H.   H.   Welch   of   Victoria,   H.  Cepcrley of Vancouver and K. Insinger of Spokane are registered at the Phair.  U.   P.   Mathivet   of   Cleveland,  Ohio, G. A. Mitchell of Rossland and *vV. A.  Davis of Kaslo are registered at the Hume.  Captain J. W. Troup, who has for  thc past week been on a tour of inspection along  tho main lino, returned to the city last evening.  Phil McArdle of Spokane who lias  charge of the Spokance branch of the well-known  firm of Armour & Co, dealers In paoked meats,  etc., is in the city for a few,days.  George Hughes of Alamo who is  largely interested in several mining properties in  the Sioran district arrived in the city last evening.   He is stopping at the Phair.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  CITY .LOCAL.NEWS.  " F." Ar. Tamtilyn of the Nelson Wine  Company received, word yesterday that hid aunt,  Mrs. Thomas Nixon, had died at Winnipeg on  Sunday. January 20! h. . Tho deceased waa 71  years of age.''   ,   ."��%      .--.,.  . The ball to' have been given as a  'farewell reception to.Miss Ida Johnston under  the auspices of the Terpsichoreiu olub on Fi iday  evening, February 1st, has bcon declared off  owing to the dea,th of.the queen.  ' The Nelson high school opens this  morning.   Work will be resumed ^on Monday,  ' and all pupils are requested' to bo present.   The  h'gh school class is located for tho present in tlie  room formerly occupied by inspector Burns.  C. D. McKenzie of this city, manager of tho Arlington Mining -Company, operating the Arlington mine at Erie, who was operated upon at the^ Griokmay hospital was reported to be doing well at a late hour last evening.  At the Methodist church it has  been decided to commemorate the death of the  queen by an appropriate memorial t-orvice on  Sunday evening, February 3rd, at the Methodist  church.- Roy. J. H, White0will preach, at both  services tomorrow. The evening subject will be  "The Hindrance to Decision." "    -  AtSt. Saviour's church on Sunday  Mrs.-Goepel will 8in"g.''0 Rest in the Lord" from  El'jah at the morning-service, and in the evening  Mrs."Parry will sing "I Enow that My Redeemer  Liveth," from the Messiah:' There will be other  appropriate muslo, and both services will close  with the Dead March.  ��� The upper story of.the K.-W.-C-  block will be completed on Wednesday next.  Whon this is done the entire building will be fin-,  ished. '-The work was'startod lasfrpprlng and no  time has been loot to bring about its completion.  ;It can"bo~8ald"that~the_building-*is~ono "of _tho~  neatest business blocks ever erected In British  Columbia and tho work is a credit to contractor  Gillett.  - Owing to Rev."- William Munroe  having just recovered from a severe attack of la  grippe the Sunday morning services will be suspended, but the evening services will bo held as  usual. They will take the form of memorial services in respect to the memory of her majesty  queen Victoria. The evening subject will be "A  Sorrowing Empire." Special mus'o. has been  prepared ny the choir.  The members of .the well-known  .Young Canada Club have challenged the hardware clerks to a game of hockey. Arrangement-)  are now being made and the game will be played  at an oarly date. The lineup will bo tbo same as  when thoy played.the wholesale grocery clerks  on Thursday night. The members of the club  are D. Rutherford, T. J. McCammon, J. Henderson. W. McMillian, C. E. Beasloy. H. Mcpherson,  O. Poole and A. Ross.  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.  FRIDAY'S   QUOTATIONS.  stock. Asked.  B. C. Gold Fields  9       31  Black Tail .-.-. -<, -17}  Brandon & Golden Crown.:.".*...        ��� 8'  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate... 7}  Cariboo (McKinney) 60  Cariboo Hydraulic...'. ".      1 60  Centre Star .'....'...-....'���'-'I 25  Crow's Nest Pass Coal     70 00  California  fl  Deer  Trail Consolidated "       3  Evening Star  8  Fairview Corporation. 3.  GoldenStar .'...'...'.,      2\  Giant. '.   .      i.  Grnnby Smelter ...*..-��� '... ....     ~  45  Iron Mask I1...-. -..'..*:     - 45  Jim Blaine  8  Knob Hill ."i:;..../... '     62  Montreal 8c London. V..:.. 6  Morning- Glory ."/ ���.';. -..'."'-       9  Morrison.. .** ..'...'..... flj  Mountain Lion          60  Noble Five  4  North Star T..��'.     '   8s*  Old Ironsides ..': ik       75  Olive.." .'r.V..; "     ,11  Payne .-..::.'.      - ��� 61  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...        31  Republic i\  50  Slocan Sovereign         10  Vananda  2*  Virtue ' :..,.       27J  War Eagle Consolidated.....'         81  Waterloo ;     .     2J  White Bear    -     0\  Winnipeg  4  Sullivan ,         13  SALES. ;  5000 Morrison .-.' .'   600'Falrvlew     .-.: .���.....,.. .  2 00 Republic '  5000 White Bear   2000 Granby   3000 Hammond Reef..-   Bid.  ��  3  HI  4  7i  30  1 45  ��� 80  60 00  3  2*-  5  31  'f  - "_43  331  " 4  ' -38  3J  6  56  30  2  85  60  8  -47  m  48  6  H  25  78  21  4(  3]  ��� V>i  Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.  Cash paid for scrap iron, brass  and copper.   Nelson'lron Works..  To let���Furnished rooms in Carney block.  Reasonable rates.  Hack calls.left at. the Pacific  Transfer barn on Vernon street). Telephone  oall35.  For Rent.���Two fine offices centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal.  Two large, well-furnished rooms  to lot. 1 and 5*Macdonald block, corner Josephine and Vernon. .  Two typewriters for sale, good  condition, Remington and Dunsmore. Apply at  the Old Curiosity Shop.  ���   Wanted.���Five or six room house  in good residence part of town. Address H. J.  Moore, box 108, Nelson, B. C.    . ��� .. -  . Wanted���Board: and lodging in  p-lvat.) family for boy attending school. State  terms to Fred Adie, Waneta,- B. C.,  For Sale-- Cheap���New'- cabin  'handy to smelter. Apply to George F. Motion,  at Nelson .Wine Company's store. -~  ��� A lad .who has served some time  at the printing trade can find a steady situation on applying to "News," Tribune office.  "New   lot. just   in."���For' fresh  randies, fruits, nuts, etc., call at, the Bon Ton  Confectionery, Baker street,. Miss A. L. Kllnk-  wltz.       - ,.-    .'-     , -  'Wanted.���Free milling gold properties in British Columbia.   Andrew F. Rosen-'  bergor, Nolson, B. C.   Phone ,No. 104,  K.-W.-C.  block. * -r  ,   Complete life of queen. Victoria.  Best book.' Best terms." Outfitmailed on receipt  of 15 cents. Address S. C, Miller & Co, Portland,  Oregon. ���   ,        _  Eight-roomed house, partly furnished, to rent in the'Hume Addition.'' either to  one or two families. Apply Mrs. Hart wig, Hume  Addition. , ,    ,  Prospectors    having    promising  mineral claims are'requested to call at The Proa-  pector'8 'Exchange. Nelson, B. C, room No. 4,  K.-W.-C. blook.   Phone No. 101.  For Sale���Profitable    hotel   business and real estate, known as the Royal hotel,  corner of Stanley and'Silica street.  Apply to  . Johns & MeLeod, Royal hotel. Nelson.  For sale���Lot 10, block.17,30 foot  frbnlago on Victoria street, two houses on'  property. Price $2800, terms easy. - Address  Frankji. Graham, care of Matheson 8c Graham's  barber shop.  . Miss, Von Der Werth���-^Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Gives advice  ^on-commercial-;business_and_minlni>;rreunites-  unhappy lovers and broken-up families. Room  1, over Thomson Stationery Company.  For Sale���120 acres of first-class  agricultural and garden land, 12 miles from Nelson on Kootenay lake. Will sell in 10 20 or 40  acre tracts. Price and terras reasonable. Apply  or address A. BV Rosenberger, room 4, K-W-C  Block, Nelson.       ,  Consult W. J. Harvey, F. O. M. C.  I.. Professor of Opthalmology, Doctor of Optics  and Scientific Optician, about those headaches,  pains in the eyes, eyes crossed or diverged, visual  defects on tbe fitting of spectacles tbat are absolutely correct, at McLean's drug store until February 9th.  Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 5.    ",   ���  Wilfred E. Law, manager of the  Kamloops Drug Company nt Kamloops, B. C,  who for many years had been suffering from a  complication of visual defects, makes the following statement in his letter to W. J. Harvey, F. O.  M. C. I: "I have much pleasure in testifying to  tho efficiency of the glasses you lately prescribed  for mo. They arc much better than anything I  have ever worn." '        '  NOTICE.  It Counts in Results  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  Mice Sweet Butter  Cood Fresh Eggs  are our specialties. They ensure a delightful freshness in  all you cook, and attractive  daintiness when it is served  on your table.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10 K-WVC Baker Street  WINTER CLOTHING ...  at Great Discount Prices  OVERCOATS offered at from 10 to 26% Discount.     V  NOBBY WINTER SUITS, All-Wool and Serges, at  from 10 to 26% Discount. -        -.     -  Always willing to show Oocds.  No trouble. ��� Hvery Garment Guaranteed.  .       THEO.  MADSON,   Baker Street.     -  ARE THE FEET  THAT ARE  WEARING OUR  DONGOLA,    ,  KANGAROO, OR  BOX CALF SHOES  We have provided styles for  *    all shapes of feet.       ,  Mail  orders   receive prompt  attention.  Neelands Shoe Co.  IHIIlTTTTTril.ntYT rTTT-rTTrTTTTT-rTTrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTrrrTTTT.TT-.TTT--  Thore will be a special meeting of Ihe Trades  and Labor Counoil on Saturday, January 26th, at  the now hall at 7 p.m. sharp. AU delegates are  requested lo attond, as very Important .but-lnesa  will bo discussed.  By Order Exooutlve Committee.  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  -"���   Deooratbra and i   '  Paper Hangers.  -48*  - *i  m  Home Grown  Fruit and Ornamental Tree3, Roses, Shrubs  Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Plants and Seods.  Extra choice stock ot Peach, Apricot, Plum,  fheiry and Prune Trees. New importation of  first-class Rhododendrons, Roses, Climatus, Bay  Trces, Hollies, etc.  80,000 to choose from. No agents or commission to pa}'. 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BBB and Loewe Pipes.  *a*******et  COME AND  SEE  THEM  WO OAN SUIT YOU  ALL PKIOHS Mfe��~-

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