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 rT^^fe'SS  DAILY EDITION   EJY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  ya*  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR/  JSTOTH YEAB.  NELSOK:  WEDNESDAY .MORNING;JANUARY 23 18i0_.-"'-_..,  PRICE FIVE CENTS  THE  QUEEN   IS  DEAD  London, January 22.���A telegram  from the prince of Wales to the  lord mayor is as follows: Osborne,  0:45 p.m.���My beloved mother has  just passed away, surrounded by  her children and grandchildren.���|  (Signed) Albert Edavard.  London, January 22, 7:33 p. m.���j  , The lord mayor replied to the prince  of Wales as- follows :���Your royal  highness' telegram announcing the  nation's great loss I have received  with profound-distress and grief,  and have communicated' this most]  sad information to my fellow citizens. _ Heir majesty's" name and]  memory, will forever live -in, the  hearts of -her people., ;May I  respectfully convey .to your- royal  highness and to all the members -of]  the royal family the earnest sym  pathy and condolence of the city of]  London in your gr^^l^^^Y-  Osi-toRNE HousKa^^^g^J^  January 22.���0:45 p. mt^^^^^l^  jesty the queen breathed her lasii  at'6:30 p. m. surrounded 'by her|  children and grand-children.  (Signed) James Reid, R. Douglas]  Powell, Thomas Barlow.  CowESi January 22.���Queen Vic  toria- is dead and Edward VII]  reigns.- The greatest event in' the  memory of a generation, the 'most|  stupendous change in existing con  ditions* that.could, possibly*bef im'-l  ��� imagined has taken place. Quietly,  'ralmost gently, upon the anniversary  qf, the death of queen   Victoria's  - {father, the,duke of Kent, the, end  _'', of�� a- career neveivl- equaled by any]  woman in;the world's history, cam<  in asimilar room in Osborne. -���>  The most, respected of all women',]  - living or dead, .lay in a great four  posted bed, a shrunken atom, whose]  "aged face and^ figure r were -a;cruel  ' mockery of a fair girl ewho inV 1837J  began..; - to . -rule "--over-^rEngland.  Around her were -gathered almostl  ' every descendant"of her line. 'Well  within view of her dyirife eyes hung  a portrait of the prince consort. It]  was he who designed the room and  every part of the castle. In scarcely  audible words the white haired!  bishop of Winchester prayed be  side her as he had often prayed]  with his sovereign, for he was her  chaplain at Windsor.- With bowed]  heads, the imperious ruler of Ger  many, and the man who is .nowl  Icing of England stood. The woman  who has succeeded. the   little, old  - queen, the princes and those of less  _=rthan r6yaLdesignationj_listened__to  the bishop's ceaseless, prayer.    Six]  o'clock passed and the bishop con'  tinued his intercession.   One of the]  younger children asked a  question]  in childish treble and was   immedi  ately silenced, the   women   of   the]  women  royal family sobbed faintly and thel  men shuffled uneasily. At exactly!  half past six sir James Reid held upl  his hand and the people know that|  England had lost her queen.  The bishop pronounced the bene-]  diction. The queen passed quietly!  and peacefully away. She suffered!  no pain. Those who were now]  mourners went from the rooms.!  The whole world was jarred when!  the announcement came, but in the!  palace at Osborne everything pur-g  sued the- usual course. Down in!  the kitchen they were cooking al  huge dinner for an assemblage thel  like ��� of which has seldom been!  known in England, pnd. the dinner!  preparations proceeded just as .iff  nothing had happened.  The body of queen   Victoria isi  ���being embalmed tonight and will!  ' probably be taken to Windsor!  Saturday.   The coffin arrived last!  x evening from London. An incident!  characteristic of the queen's consideration "for others occurred twog  .day ei'ago, when in one of her inter-]  vals of consciousness she summoned!  to suggest to her dressers, who had!  . been acting as nurses, to take thel  opportunity of getting some fresh!  ai.r Monday afternoon she asked!  that her little Pomeranian be!  brought to her bedside. It was!  feared that the queen was dying,!  and carriages were sent to Osborne!  college   rectory   to bring all the!  " princes and princesses and bishop!  of Winchester to her bedside.   She[  ,-a9ked to see one of her faithful]  servants, a member of her house-!  hold. He hastened to the room but!  before he got there the queen had!  [become somewhat better.  The prince of Wales was^ very!  [much affected when the doctors at]  last informed him that his' mother]  had breathed her   last.   Emperor]  William  himself, deeply affected,]  [did his best to administer to the]  comfort of his stricken uncle, whose]  jnew   dignity   he   was the first-to]  (acknowledge.   From all   parts   of]  the'world there afe still pouring]  in'to Cowes messages of condolence!  They come  'from crowned heads,]  millionaires, tradesmen and paupers]  and are'variously addressed to the]  prince of Wales and to the king of]  England.   -Emperor-William's arrangements are  not   settled.   His]  yacht will arrive here today (Wed-[  nesday) but it is believed he will]  [not depart until after the funeral.'  Several other royal personages arek  [likely to be present at the funeral.]  Cowes, Isle* of Wight, .January|  122.���No members of the royal family left Osborne house today.   A|  changing group of correspondents]  [and townspeople loitered about the]  ;ates. - Occasional drizzles obscured]  gd-   world t beyond _   the   castle.]  eater sympathy or a more entire!  fitck of any of the'pomp -tradition-]  ally attached to royalty, could not!  have been found in any country]  house in the kingdom  than���here|  where  the   beloved monarch''- was]  dying   and   the ruler of- anothei  great' nation was waiting by her]  bedside as grandson rather than as]  [emperor.,   Two stalwart policemen]  guarding , tlie- gates -against "intruders were the sole reminders of]  officialdom.  -They, were compelled]  this morning to refuse'three dusky]  visitors from India who drove, up]  [arrayed in such gorgeous robes that]  (the bystanders^instinctively ,lifted|  hats mistaking .them for potentials/  The-trio announced' themselves ���a'sj  [lecturers in behalf _qf "the foreign|  missions   and   insisted ' upon ^anl  audience with-the prince_ of Wales!  to,.tender the .sympathies "of Indial  Many of the country gentry .and a]  few persons appeared at .thel lodge!  and registered their names* in the!  visitors' book:.. The thrifty flunkey!  who.officiated did a profitable busi-l  ness by - selling -original "copies^ofi  official** bulletins ;to  souvenir   enthusiasts.      -Artists -and'   photographers were getting pictures  of!  the' gates and grounds' and ' any]  prominent'person   who' appeared.  Down in"the Solent frequent signals!  were*exchanged,between the waif  ships* and yachts on the flagging off  news from the palace.    ,   ' ���  Cowes, January 23.���The recordl  of the last "days of the reign of ~ic-  jtoria is not easily told.   Ou Tuesday!  she went for a drive but was visibly|  [affected.    On Wednesday she suffered a paralytic .stroke,   accom-l  panied by intense physical weak-]  ness. . It was her first illness in all!  her 81 years, and she would not admit it. . Then her condition-grew so!  [serious that against her wishes the]  family���were-^summonadr���=When|  they arrived her reason had practically succumbed to the paralysis!  and weakness.   The events of the]  last few  days,   described   in   thel  bulletins, are too fresh to need re-|  peating.   At the lodge  gates the!  watchers waited nervously.    Suddenly   along   the   drive from  thel  house came a horsemen, who. cried:'  "The queen is dead," as he dashed)  through the crowds.-'Then down|  the hill rushed a myriad of messengers passing the fatal bulletin from)  [one to another, and soon' the   sur  rounding country knew that a king!  ruled all England. As if in a dream!  through the streets of Cowes people|  went repeating,"The queen is dead.  London, January 22.���There!  were few visible signs in London!  tonight that anything unusual had]  happened. A drizzling rain kept!  most people within doors. Those]  who were turned away-1 from]  theatres and music halls wandered!  [along the streets without special]  [objects. The shops closed as soon]  >s the message from the prince of]  Wales was received by the lord!  mayor. The bell tolled at St.[  Paul's cathedral was the gift of]  William III, and is used on occasions]  [of the death of royal personages,!  [archbishops bf Canterbury and]  London, and lord mayors andl  bishops of London. - The tolling]  [continued for two hours today at]  [intervals of a minute and could bet  heard for miles in the direction of]  the wind.  Some hundreds of people stood in]  [front of the cathedral aud around!  the spot where queen Victoria]  [prayed "ou the sixtieth anniversary!  f her accession to the throne. At]  [a late hour this evening it was nbt]  known whether the king would]  'return to London before morning/  but it was, expected that he Would]  'hold a privy ^council at St. James"  -*v>  VICTORIA  ~v ->  BGRN  %. At Kensington, Palace* May 24th, 1819. ,  "����������-  DIED  At Osborne House,,January 22nd, 1901. :  "' *- -   - i "*  .<��� - - -  4. -i>     T  [palace early tomorrow (Wednesday)!  Imorning. - At the usual dinner of]  [the Hilary term of Gray's Inn the|  jmas'ter teacher said: "Amid great  [sorrow* we must-folio withe practice]  [of the constitution and recite " God]  [Save'/the   King,?'^the-chapel bell]  [tolled 82 times "and' the' benchers]  [drank the health of the king.  J^ Henry Labouchefe, in tbmor"rbw!s|  W0.^^ii^.^.i^yiif$l!^P. i-emj&l_able  jtribute toYqueen; Victoria, a tribute  |all' the more' remarkable because of  ]hisydempcratic|��id  [criticisms of royalty.! b "Among all|  |her millions 'of subjects^' !he-will|  [say, "there a'reY but;> few-.3wh6\'will|  |n'o"tj'mourn her (loss;:asjfor.bhe?6f|  [their own household.-; *_Nor._ will the]  [mourners be found among ��� her own|  [siibjec^^^  [to say that never, in the^history;of_  [the world has a single death caused|  [such'universal griefl** Alike in hap-f  |piness and sorrow ^she-lived a/life'  [beyond reproach, without a thought  |<ff^elfra^^  Itj-el-dutiesy-**^  |,-a**_^,.;,.t*'**V^.-';^'-V��.V..��"^ *>��� j; -p^wio-v *f-**vr-~��  Ibej^ iipemitha  IpJ^-irodi'f^la^^  J^urned.y_n';^  [she   manifested the same  wisdom]  Jtjtia^Un^taed^hfe^  [didlli^frownKeq^  |the fruits jof her experience- and]  j^g*aeit-yyiGffiTOugh'h  [decendants abroad her her influence]  [for many years has been felt in]  Jcqntmeia^l^Hti  Jsi^^^pj*^  [rendered Yservi^fitq^  |Europe.   Her sudden and lament-,  [able breakdown was. due:entirely to|  [worry and overwork.   She had been|  Jgreatly-v"^ist*^s^Y;;byy  [Squthy^ri^^a^  [griefa[.''yy;yyy^^  v^Ni^Ni;4 January ^22;yThere^ isl  [little redoubt 7 that ��� the7 funeml of]  [queefeViptoriaY^willTtakeY~p^  ?rogmqre, though nothing in regard!  Itio'ythis^: matter : has' yetV beenl  >nnpuhced/y Her majesty ��� was -so]  [closely'- related  to the   European]  courts, -big   and   small, that Vthiel  gathering* -of.���� royalties ������& at .;��th���  obsequies \ 'will  be unprecedented.!  The   news   of  the ^queen's death!  [reached all the towns of +the ki  jdom a few minutes after it had been]  received'b-y th_'lbrd::rniaybr of Lon-|  don,    and Ywas'   quickly    spread!  [through. ��� theYcountry districts by|  the  tolling   of bells.    Prince anc  [princess .Louise:  of   YBattenburg]  arrived at Osborne just'too late tc  see her majesty" alive. > Parliament,]  lit is expected, will meet at three]  |6'clbck tomorrow. Y.There is some]  belief  in   London that the privy]  council at which king YEdward "VIII  will take the oath-of accession will]  Ibe held, in London, and- that his|  majesty will start for London with-  |out delay.  London,- January 22.���All the|  [morning papers appear in heavy!  [mourning borders with editorials]  (eulogistic of the dead queen and!  [treating the leading events. and]  characteristics of her reign. Very]  [few political efforts as to the future]  i,ppear.        - '*.  London, January 23.���"The news]  [of her mother's"death-, was tenderly]  broken to dowftger empress Frederick late last evening;" says a dis|  patch to the-Daily Mail from!  [Frankfort. "It was a terrible]  ihock, but the' empress is bearing]  [up bravely.. The trials of the last]  few days,, however, have exercised]  [a most prejudicial effect upon herf  |health, which causes - serious]  .hxiety."  Ottawa, January 22.���The militia|  [department has ordered a salute of  JlOl minute guna to be fired at Vic-]  'toria, Winnipeg, London. Toronto,'  - *"i**y_.  [Kingston, -Montreal, Quebec, St  ]John, and Charlbttetown as soon as]  |the official notice of the" queen's]  ieath is received; J^Tliis 'will make]  1900 guns in all. '^On the day of the]  [state funeral theTsalute will" be re-|  [peated. .The secretary ot state hasl  [issued a'proclamation continuing in]  loffice all officials.'." ' ^  j^i;;o^L&e'v'  lUmted-States  MaliQOTnanySQ_ieve;|  J g|W^SHiNC^5*|girah uar*^22^F6uj  |da^;of:^anxiej^;|ha^  ]a^siiir'ejprepar  |Wa%_ungt6^f6r^the^  |wai flashed across'the cableYtoda"  |6f$tne$-^Mi^  l1i-:.'V^:v,...;;:t^'>vV-"--i:-��',"iW??V .--'���^rVj-,-.r-.1_\_'-^.-r.'i  Ifchelehd-hMYbeehiYdisposed 'off  |au5^8jin|-*-eamnes^fqr^  Jtiqn of the formalities; which';Meih-[  |dispensibi^t��^-S__S_ve^  |the*,^binejb^  jthe^noon hour the president/arid his|  |advisors were.in"= receipt-from" time]  |to.time ofYallinewiswhichcapiefrom|  |later in the afternoon it' foundz ap-j  p^$ri^e^mea^i^_yof^  framedrari^ie^n;;  mgiofj^gsibverSt]^^  [partments and the^ can^ngY^tyji  tlw|iiwu^Y!if^^  [masting of the nationals ensign  wa.1  an^uhusuaH^ibute;^  c^lB^?';decea&^ l@is|  |aaid that this had been /done; rarely]  Jquoccasiqns of the funeral ^^^o^  (great world ruler, but never befo're|  m:th^;case;'bf Ythe de��^^Mk^n_bn;I  arcl.y i Thejactual Y disp^chtpf yYthe  ^ssage||o|;:Ythe^ p-^id��nt YtbYthel  cr^wYYkingY; of - EnglandLf and i-frbm|  secretary Hay to ambassador Ghoate|  WasJdelayed Only lbnj^ ^nbug-hftt  receive Y the physician's statement]  jannbuncingtliedemisejqf the queen!  and then they were sqnt^fqr'^ardat  once and copies were*furnished- to|  [the';; press. YY; The British embassyl  |also received the news and the royal]  standard flying overYthe^ embassy]  building was, seen perhaps for the]  jfirst time in Washington  to sink]  slowly "half. way down thie' staff,|  giving notice to officials in YWash-]  [ington.of the. sad event.- The rapid-  [ity".i.: -with      which      the 3 newsl  ��dYt was      remarkable Y andf  l-within'-   a      short Y    half " libui  the -members   of -the .diplomatic  body here began to appear at \th��  [British embassy '.bearing cards ol  indolence.   Another unusual mark]  jof   the   high  appreciation^ ofj the]  worth of the deceased. queen Y was]  |the action taken by .the house oi  ���epresentatives in adjourning as a]  [mark   qf respect to"; her memory.[  iNothing-'now remains to be dqne",by|  ;he United States government savt  [to exchange thrqughY slowY processl  if'.the mail the formal expression o:r  Iregret which is prescribed by inter-  |national etiquette.     ,  Washington, January 22.���Presi-  [ent McKinley has sent" the following message of condolence to king!  Edward VII: January 22; 1901: Hisl  Majesty, tlie King,,Osborne -House!  Isle of Wight, "jljliav�� received]  with profound sorrow" the' lament-'  [able* tidings of the:death, of her|  majesty, the queen. " Allow me, sir,  to offer my sincere sympathy and!  that' of the American people in]  your personal bereavement and in]  Ithe loss Great Britain has, sustained]  in the death of its venerable and]  [illustrious sovereign, whose noblel  life and beneficent influences have  [promoted the peace aiid won the!  affection of the ���world.'*���Wili-IAmI  IMcKini-ey.  Washington, January 22.���The]  announcement of the death of the]  'queen today  was   cpnveyed   un-"  ���officially  to  the senate  and was|  {recognized  by  that   body, in the  adoption ���''of ran appropriate reso-  jlution which was ordered to be en-  Jgrossed and forwarded to the prime]  Jminister- ,of[* Great   Britain.    ,The|  ]house adopted a'resolution express:  |ing profound regret, and sympathy!  ]for the'English people  on account]  ]pfaythe*; deathf|qf %fche gqueen.^^The|  |prJMident)3^"wto'|re^TO  |n_unicate#the'|;e3^  ]Brftis_fegbyernm^  Jther mark of respect to thememoryj  |bf Ythe queen the house immediately]  l^bi^ed^Tlieacti^  ]y^^rticulMl*-^imp^^8|^^  (the resolution was adopted without]  (a^rord ibf ^issen^tibrj^^ |  ���>?*v *  J Y Washington, ,. January : '22. y In  (the.senate this afternoon:;Mr.  Alii  |qe^s^qf|"the,|tieathl;^  TS^re^uti'b^isl'jas^^  the'death' of her-royal. and* imperial]  |m��_^styyyie*j^riff?^  ia^gr(S^hqru^^  lpiored^bMthe*seh"a.e?^^  l_.1i___y- ���.'5ifi!,A*~-.v .��;-,<?^m_''i'^^"',"'it'**.*i'-'--*'-l  [Spates'qJ^merica.^sTheY^  ]was'��� adop'fed^by jJtfieJsOTji^^wMM:]  [if^usly'.yyYYS^I^Y^i^  ;|:NE^::YqR*^^  [pews of the queen's; death ��� was ' re-[  |(��iv^''jterl8Yma��y^fla  |buildings were placed at half-mast.[  [The ;b_llYim theY !i^  jchurch was., tolled for  some  time"  lafter,f$fe  [soon as the news was confirmed the]  [flag;^ Ytlie'YB  |hauled to half-mast;andsi^wasY an:  |^ii^ed^that|theYc^sulafe^buldl  I^Y^qse^ifbr'all ;but-most urgent|  iSMines^-f-ft':^?^*^  Wexv York, January: 22,yAs jttiej  |news'xif the'Yclea*th5^icklyYspir/ I  |flags all over the city liegahyb be]  jlqwered. 7- ThisewasYj:-f^tibularlyf  [true with regaTd~t6^thVYfin*acial |  [district, where every business house]  jbr building has its .bunting YreadyJ  1 Wall street and its adjacent thor-  jqujghfares were soon giving silent!  [intimation that one of the world's!  [most noble personages had. passed!  ���.way. 7, In no part of the city was]  |respect for the memory o^ queen!  [Victoria more quickly shown than!  [on the of the port of New .York.!  [SteamersYand sailing vessels flying]  [the British flag were not slow in]  [their manifestations of respect to]  [memory of the dead queen.   United]  ���bates   flags    over   ferry   houses,]  schooners and tugs in the East and]  |North rivers all brought the emblem]  Idown and by this means the news]  [was conveyed to thoiisands who]  |were on the lookout for this signal.]  ?he flags representing Austria,]  |Mexico, France,-Germany, Italy and]  >thers were half " masted at the]  [various consulates and offices.  BuFPAiaO,   January 22.7--Super-  lintendent William F, Fisher of the  sity and county hall this afternoon]  irdered the flags of the buildingl  |placed at half mast as a token ofI  [respect to the memory of queen]  JVictoria. '  Berlin, January 22.���The , newsl  [of the death of the queen had been!  [hourly expected; iii Berlin .and -on I  lits arrival speciSal editions of papers]  Isold like   wildjarer-'The   fact that]  impress Augusta Victoria started]  |today for Hamburg to be near  the]  Jowager empress Frederick added!  |to the sad circumstancos of. the bc-  ision. The Germau nation .fully]  shared the feeling - of .thev-Britishl  [people towards their noble -and il-]  Hustrious sovereign who has ��� just]  [breathed her last. Semi-official!  [paragraphs in the press this   afterr[  toon rebut the idea commonly held!  in   Germany   that' tha prince" "v*bfj  Wales as the new -king will be  inl  Jclined to be hostile towards Ger-I  [many. It is. confidently asserted]  jthat he will act in the interests of!  ���Great Britain and the British peo-|  Jple alone.          '-, .   From Local Centers.  ^Vancouver,  January" 22.���The]  announcement of the death of queen]  (Victoria, at 10:30. (Pacific coast time)]  ]this morning; caused an immediate!  suspension of business for the day.|  jThel lo'wering   of  the flag on-tht  |pustoffice was the first official iuti-  Jmation and < was followed ^ by'the]  [posting up of press bulletins over]  ]the city.-   Mayor Townley immedi-I  jately issued a proclamation to citi-  ]zens requesting all business houses]  ]to close for twenty-four hours and]  Jthat social and public functions be]  (suspended for   one  month.     The]  [supreme court closed; also all-do-,  I minion, provincial and civic offices.!  [Public buildings, C. P. B. depot and!  [all the leading stores are draped in|  Iblack. .    .,, .  Victoria, January- 22.���Upon re-  iceipt of the news of, the death of |  Jlier 'majesty business was suspended]  |in;Victoria; flags on all public and]  [private   buildings   were   hung   at|  [half-mast,: arid a''telegram express-  |ing the" sorrow of the-people'of; the|  [province was sent by the lieutenant-  jgovernor   throughv the .governor;!  [general to the king.   It was late in!  |the^day before the .officials notice j  j\vas received at naval and military]  [headquarters, but:as soon as it'was]  [received.flags^fromships and fqrtsj  [were lowered to,half-mast and offi-l  ]cers and men went' into mourning/  ]A11< entertainments were canceled!  |arid   theaters dosed.     Ships' and!  [forts will fire minute guns. during|  [the funeral.   Fire and" church bell?  j tolled for two hours after the re-l  |ceipt:o��the;news.^  I ��� /"�����" IMsfii'SS  i|Moi Y^|Js^ar^22.���News|5f||fie|  j^ra'si^athtrea^hed here^at^lrSO  [d'eibci-:;a_12^307ever^bnsinesr_ious^  litf^towhlwas closed and* all flagsjan  [a^halfcmasti;5|The|' town> _iaflpth1  |appearance:of*Sunday;.r;^ 7&m&74  |"^^R^_��^p_tKSVJan;TOry^^  *^^:Ker||-^je8ty''s^^^  ieivedthereYm^  |deep.sorrowY , All places of business]  lwere. closed for the remainder of the  I j ii��t'i_-Vl 'a ^ji^'**!!ii4 !'���' ti'SSLX__7- '_r''''_?_.'iV;nn?-_.  [EDWARD  VII   IS   KING  London, .January   23.���Shortly-  |before  midnight  an   official   an--  [nouncement was issued calling par- '  liament  to assemble'at 4 o'clockY.  [this  (Wednesday)    afternoon    to'  enable members of; the house of ,  [lords and house of commonsitb take '  ;he oath of allegiance to king, Ed-.  [ward VII.   The privy- council will*i  meet in London today and the pro-V  Iclamation" of the/ king" will there-y  ifter be read at all places by cus-^  [torn.   The king-will come .to' Lon'-v  [don to preside''over the*council.    ".- i:-  London,   , January,  iWhitechapel' to'  ��� .        :T  *���"--.���  "a  '.   *^_  *_. a\t*^  23.���-FromTY^ - V��.  May fair,   streets^ "' -, ff.  [usually gay with nightly festivities -���> -i 7^%-  "?1#ll  --tf*_l  %p4  .re dark, deserted and desolate, and ^~-  jthis depression of the public mind t  is likely to continue for many days \*  to tcome.   Everywhere in .vehicles;; k  and on the streets the one= topic 'of *-J  conversation was what would hap  pen? under the new reign, rather7  than the life.and death of Victoria.*;  Much interest" was evinced 4in_ thec  way in"which the enormous fortune,*  of the dead queen would be dis-v  tributed, the general notion being *  that Osborne -house would  go'to'i  princess Beatrice, and that she and J  prince'Christian would come into a-  considerable portion' of -Victoria's i* -,-^|  wealth.   The probability^ that king^^. 7.'->t_  Edward will take up a practically,  permanent residence  in Bucking-j t - x-%fi\  ham palace was much,canvassed!-  This is a question that comes home  to/Londoners. Victoria's preference^  for Balmoral castle and   Osborne,  house has been a complaint of long  standing in the metropolis and it is* ^_*w^*  hoped that the new reign will see?aft/ v��*^l  change in this respect.   Ttie/pres:^?  [erice of the^court in-jLondpn^wmUdi.  give a brightness and gaiety which'*"  [have long Been' absent. <No_-T^antir~-  Victoria has been laid "to rest beside'-"'  the   prince   consort  at   Frogmp're^  [will the,theatres   or   musicYhalls-  >pen. .Moreover business will-come:.  [to'a practical standstill. The muiicj-  in~all the hotels' and public "houses"7  ^**M  m  %_t  "vt  i-, ��� -3*- ���  ?- "*-sJl  ^���e;  .xs1!  t&uiil&ni^^ house,Vso^  firejand church>bells were tplledyv: Jlong the home-or*the new, monarch, .  -......���_:..,.���.���,..,-,������.���-..:       ���**-, ���.--.<*..-.    Quc-)��i_gf_am���jfa]BCg)t wfaere^quoen;  f|VA^OTV_"^^anift  |Tq^leyy has; cabled �� the"ibqlbniaj  [sMire&i^^ffoUbwsy^Tfie  lofS^ancbuverYYare'ssfe  i^at|thelYdeath; ;qf Yo^'/belqved  [queen and desire me to request'you]  [tq^nyey-Yto hisjfmajesty Yandtthe|  [rbyalifaimilybur deepest sympathy.  |(Sig^d);Ta|0! Townley,Y^yqr:"ift  S&Th^l^a-^rieseYTesidentsY of Ythisl  |city and! .he'rDqmim  [tiheir ;w^^^l $wh"ed;Yt^^  [message yq Yilqni !;^f into :f-7- *VMayYYl|  |E|myYSyo-^YexciBlJ^ncy Ytb^be jgbod  |enbughYt6,;vtran^  Imessage to! the proper authority in  [England on behalf of the Japanese!  [residents in Canada: I respectfully]  [beg to express our; most profound  Jgrief^atithe=death^ofyheEi=mqst  |gracious majesty, the queen. ! ���! Y  (Signed) S. Shimizu, his imperial  [Japanese majesty's consul, ���:Van-  !couver." ' '.;.*!.;.. -Y  Have Eun a Ninety Foot Tunnel.  S.   L. Williams, who has   beenj  [working on the Great Britain group,  [situated   on Meadow creek abou  |twelve   miles   from the   head ^ol  Kootenay lake in the Lardo district,'  [came down from the property|  [yesterday. [' He said that develop-  (ment work on the property has]  Ibeen carried on for some time pas  md a 90 foot tunnel has been run  crosscut tunnel to tap the lead  tt the 150 foot level has been]  [driven about 40 feet. They expee  [to reach tbe lead after going 20 or  [30 feet farther. The vein, which  [has been exposed, averages from two  [to three feet' in width and gives  |good values in silver, lead and gray s-T  (copper.. About three tons, has been  ihipped to the smelter.: The work  in the property was stopped, last  j Wednesday but will be resumed at   colony of the British  [an early date: in! the spring..   The  [property,is owned by, S. P. Shaw  md - John A. Turner of this city  md D. D. Birks of Rossland.  Mpyie's Second Shipper.  ."'"'      * Moyie .Leader.  .The Society Girl mine is again  Jshipping . ore. The 150 tons or  (thereabouts which has been taken  lout at the mine is being brough  ���down and shipped to the Hall'  JMines smelter at Nelson. There  (are four teams hauling and. they  ���are bringing down about ten tons]  |per day. Charles Farrell, the  (owner, says-that as soon as the  Kveather will permit he will start]  jwork on the .property and will  (drive a tunnel farther down the]  [hill so as to get a greater depth on  the ore body. . y  Victoria.made her last stay in Lon-  on,   and- St. . JamesY Palace, the-  residence qf so manj^ former mon*  Jarchs, are" tonight-all   black   and,  [deserted.! * " ?,_ ,   -  ������*��� London, January 22.���The latest  bulletins previous to the announcement of the queen's death, especially the message sent by the  prince of Wales, had dispelled the  last gleam, of hope, and the crowds  silently dispersed from in front of  the Mansion House.. 'Only a few  groups awaited 'the appearance of  the final, inevitable announcement,  which came in the form of a scrap  of paper a foot square posted on  (he wall of the Mansion House at  0:58 o'clock. This was the .-first  rioti^-t^I^ridon'_~lfomeward~hur-~  rying thousands of the death of the  empress queen and the advent of a  king.    -  The Hague, January 22.���The  [Dutch press printed the news of  the. death of queen Victoria in  mourning borders. The court will  go into mourning, but it is probable  that there will be no change in the  [arrangements for the marriage of  jqueen Wilhelmina.  Vienna, January 22.���Emperor  [Francis Joseph, who was greatly affected toiearn that queen Victoria  had passed away, immediately de"  Ispatched a message of condolence  [to Osborne house.  Calcutta, January 22.���Queen  Victoria's death caused the utmost  distress here. All public functions  have been abandoned.  St. Johns, Newfoundland, Janu-  22.���The    announcement   of  queen Victoria's death has called  forth expressions of   the   keenest  regret in Newfoundland; the oldest  empire. The  colonial cabinet met this evening  and adopted resolutions of condolence, which were cabled to London,  'f&  -a��tf|  7 ���  - Hospital Commission Beport.  London, January 22.���The report  of the South African hospital commission   published this   afternoon  says:   "The evils are  serious and  ought   not   to be minimized;" but  t cannot be said that the medical  [anil  hospital   arrangements < have  roken   down.      There - has   been  othing in the nature of a scandal  [in the care of sick and wounded,  or   any  widespread    neglect   of  patients nor indifference to suffering.   In no other campaign have  the sick and wounded been so well  .taken care of.   The commissioners  compliment, the appointment and  care taken by the medical staff. THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. Gh^E1)NESI)AY; JAKUAl^ 23 i 1901  H  MY'  ' '  i **��� '  F  V>'  I'  I'/  ] -  ��� '}  ���V  J1'  *'**  y  j *  l*  itt  to  to  to  Hi  to  Hi  Hi  Hi  to  HAVE YOU HAD ON THE SIDEWALK ij?  DURING THE PAST FEW DAYS? to  ************************  IF YOU HAD WORN A PAIR OF OUR  to Rubber Soled Shoes .. .. t  Hi  to  to  to  Hi  Hi  to  YOU WOULD HAVE BEEN PERFECTLY to  SAFE.   CONSIDER THESE PRICES:      jE  Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in " Black   and Tan: Regular  price $6.00, Snap at $4.50.  Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black   and Tan  price $5.50, Snap at'$4.15.  Ladies' Rubber  $4.15.  Soled   Shoes:   Regular price $5.50,  Hi  Hi  ��� ����� pin.-   ����.����,   wiioh  ��i   u��-r._.w. -i-  Hi Men's   Rubber "Soled   Boots   in - Black   and Tan: Regular W.  to  Hi  to  to  to  /fVSame   reductions   in  all   our  stock of Dry.GoodS:  /(I Furnishings, Boots and Shoes.  I Twenty Four Silk Skirts*  Here is something for the Ladies.  ************************.  H!  now Hi  to  to  Men's to  to  to  to  to  r*v  i�� ?  i.-1 '  l - -*  %.  \H}> 7  ij.'i" -  !>��*?  -.  '(  I*--**  -i  * -*  >'*  '/  >r  -^ **��� i  *i  if  to  m  to  _B  to  to  to  Regular price $ 6.00.. .^  Bargain at-$ 4.50  Regular, price" $10.00 : Bargain at- $ 7.50  Regular price $12.00.  Regular price $14-00.  Regular, price $16.00.  ... 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  Wte^fErUnsne*  ; ~ Edward VII.. isJ now king: of  Great Britain and .Jrelancf and  emperor of India.' He was born on  the 9bh of November, 1841,-and is  therefore,' in - his - sixtieth . year.  ���Should he' have a tithe of the love  and respect shown his lamented  mother, his reign will be successful.  Victoria, the noblest" of women  ' and the- wisest of rulers, is dead,  ��� and-she "will be'-mourned by  millions-of English-speaking people  as they would mourn'the loss of a  mother and by millions more as  they would the loss of a- trusted  friendT-ATa wifeand-motherrshe  will be revered* by wives and  mothers for all'timej'as a queen and  ruler, she set an example that should  be - followed by- all who are  chosen-'to rule or govern their  fellow-men."  He Meant the Big Men.  Toronto Star.  Sir Wilfrid Laurierdid not claim-  in his address at the bar dinner in  Toronto that there were not enough  lawyers   in" parliament, 'although  that is the construction being put  upon   his  words   by most of the  newspapers discussing.the question.  "What he pointed out .was a growing tendency on the part of leading  .men in the profession to avoid parliament, whereas in earlier days the  .man who made a name in law considered ' it   only   natural   that he  should crown his career by serving  the country in her legislatures.    It  ���was f-not numbers of lawyers   he  called for, but quality, and he mentioned the names of men eminent in  law'who hrformer days had served  their country well in parliament, |  and also of some men of today who  lead in their profession and whose*  appearance   in   parliament   would  build up -the character of that as-  . sembly.   But he did not suggest,  ��� as '��� ordinary   men   go, the lawyer  should be nominated in -preference  to editors, merchants, farmers, or  men of any other calling.   No one  can-dispute the fact that it would  be a good thing for the country .if  men of the quality of which our  judges. are made-found their way  into parliament instead of devoting  themselves to the last to the improving    of   their   own   private  NELSON MINES AND MINING  Greenwood's "New 'Smelter.  .    *- '. ���  -Andrew- Laidlaw, manager .of the  Pyritic'Smelter Company.-which is  erecting a' smelter at Greenwood,,  arrived "in Nelson last evening.    He  states that rapid progress has been  made on the smelter and' the company expects to have  the a furnaces1  ready to- blow ��� in about 'February'  15.    -The   work' in    placing    the  machinery is well advanced.   The"  big boilers have been placed." .Some  minor details .with -the connecting  up5of the machinery remain -to- be  completed.'  "The'work   upon the  plant -inside - of   the- building As  rapidly-going^ahead' and.before_the^  end of the month everything.there  will' be completed.   The work on  the flume is ��� well under way and  this will be finished when the plant  is ready to, operate. The heavy high  trussel up which the ore' is to be  hauled-to the smelter <was    completed yesterday and the trackupon  it will be laid at once.  Mr. Laidlaw also stated "that the  general outlook-of- the country --for  the coming-season iis a good one.  Deals are pending on' many- of'the  larger properties-situated-'near -' the  town and they will undoubtedly be  turned - over ' to ' companies' with  large capital 'before''spring. The  parties trying >to-obtain bonds -on  the properties-are of Spokane and  New York.  be made to ��� the workings of "the  Sunset. The ore of the Sunset-will  then be'taken out' through -the  "Wellington. With this arrangement there will be less expense  connected with the handling of  the ore.  Mr. Jeffery also -reports that the  Whitewater property is in fine condition. The work is being conducted in No. o tunnel, and here  eight feet of solid galena has been  exposed. In the other workings a  large quantity of ore has been exposed, and the results from . the  large shipments made- are most  satisfactory.  Concerning the building of a  smelter at Kaslo -Mr. Jeffery said  that much was being done by the  citizens toward this end. Among  the capitalists there 100 shares of  $100 each have been purchased.  They have purchased a 3ite situated  to' the north of the town. } The site  is an excellent one,- provided with a  magnificent water front and _tas  splendid facilities-for water power.  The council has decided to give a  bonus to the company, but how  much it will be has not yet been  decided upon. Mr. Jeffery will  float the company during his'stay  in the east.       Trade Dollar Improves.  -George W. Hughes of Almo, who  is largely interested in the Sunset  and Trade Dollar, situated in Jackson valley about six miles from  Whitewater' was in the city yesterday. He reports- that these 'two  properties- are ��� showing up- well  with "the development -work that is  now being done..- -In ^the- Sunset a  large amount of ore has been uncovered and it contains good* values in  silver. About seven car loads have  been - shipped - and --the returns  obtained- were, high. The "Trade  Dollar is situated- on -the opposite  slope-but is in; the same vein.  Development work 'is being-carried  on steadily. Prom * this-, mine,- - and  just ~ recently, -four- carloads rhave  -been shipped.  . _-*���%���*���___-';_:  to  ^ta _^ ^g _j? r*L____Tj^_____r'-^_-___tj,^_____. ^^Ka^S *4_____0^____b 4-_p__B_________''_______S_4______i ___���& -* '*-������____* ________! _______ * ^___L *______ * ^^ *____T * _________ *-___l- * 0=- *__z--* ���______?*+_\___\*m *______ *<___r * *____: * __W\w  fky **************************^*********  |... CLEARANCE SALE ...t  ff)\ PREPARATORY TO STOCK-TAKING fb\  Monday, December  m ���_ ���  to  to  3-ist  to  to  to HOSIERY, DRESS-0OODS, SILKS,  TABLE LINENS,  TOWELS,  MILLINERY, MANTLES, FURS to  to  to  to  CARPETS, CURTAINS, REMNANTS FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS AT BARGAIN PRICES.  ���   ���   ���  KOOTENAY.'  GOFFEEYQp.;  ************************  Coffee Boasters  Dealers in Tea and C.ff66  *************************  , "We are offering at lowest prices the best-  - Grades of Ceylon,*India,-China and Japan  Teas.  Our Bes1-, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound '9 -40-  Mocha and Java Blend, -3 pounds    1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, i pounds - 1 00  -Special Blend Coffee, 6 pounds    1 00  Rio.-Blend Coffee, 6 pounds '.    1 00,  Special Blond Cejlon Tea, per pound      30 ;  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% Discount.  ************************  SKIRTS���Ladies Ready-Made from $2  upwards."  BLOUSE WAISTS-Our fullstock of  Ladies Waists at half price.  MILLINERY���All our Ladies Trimmed  Hats to clear-*at~ Half price.  LADIES COSTUMES-Ladies Tailor-  Made Suits, we will  sell  the  balance at Bargain Prices.  Remnants of SilW Dress Goods, Prints, Flannels, Table Linens, Carpets, etc., at  ************************  CARPETS & FLOOR OILCLOTHS-  20% Discount during the sale.  WINDOW SHADES���At greatly reduced prices. Bargains in odd  pairs of Lace Curtains.  MENS WEAR���Mens Fleece-Lined  Underwear from 60c each,-up.  Bargains in" Mens Ties, etc.'  less than Half Price.  'iSc~'.^.00.0*.0*.*^.^.**.00'r^.^:^.00.00'.00.00.00. .<��*..'����.     .^.����t.^.^.^      .w     !<^ w_^?  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  321 to 331.Baker Street, Nelson*:  American -andc European -Plans.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO,  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST- BAKER STREET, NELSON::  MEALS  CENTS  BOOMS LIGHTKD BY KLKCTRICTTY  ^^ AND HEATKD BY 8TBAM  35 CENTS TO ��1  Surpassing  Display  "dr  ill  Fall Suitings  All -the fashionable creations  in~ Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of Scotch' >and Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  fortunes.  Canadian .Gold Fields.  W. H. Jeffery of- Kaslo, consulting engineer of the Canadian Gold  Fields Mining Company, stopped in  the city a .few hours ' last ��� evening  en route to Montreal where he will  attend the general annual' meeting  of the company to beheld on February 1. This company'has-during  the past season been operating the  Sunset and Wellington properties  situated near Whitewater. These  --properties he said arejshowing up  well. They are taking out ore continually. The ore is of exceedingly  high value as is shown* by 'the assay returns. Picked samples of oie  gave returns as high as 15,000  ounces in silver. Averages from  the ore gives from 750 to  ounces in silver ' and 23 per  copper. It is quite probable  the highest valued ore will be  to Chicago for treatment,  present the' force of men are  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building. Baker 8treetk  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager.   ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  QUEENS HOTEL  "BAKER- BTREKT. NELSON,  Lighted by Electricity and'Heated with Hot Air.  Large oomfortable bedrooma and - flrat-olaBt  dining-room. Sample noma for oommerolal men.  ~   RAtES $12 PER DAY  THE  K(rs. E.-C.-ClarKeHProps  ���LATE OF THE EOTA- HOTS-, OALOABT ���  Nladden House  Baker and Ward  Streets,-Nelaon  The on!) hotel ln Nelaon that baa remained  under one management ulnoe 1890. _  The bed-rooms are well (nrnlabed and lighted  by eleotrlolty. ._..___  The bar la al wars stooked by the best* Mm *���  bio and Imported Uqnor�� and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MGMANUS, Manager -..  Large stock of- high-class imported goods.  A  poclalty of the square   shoulder���the   latest  fashlon in coats.  7000  cent  that  sent  At  driv-  Home Grown  Ki-uit and Ornamental Treea, Roses, Shrubs  Vines,'Bulbs, Hedge Plants and Seeds.  Extra choice stock of Peach, Apr'cot, Plum,*  ���Therry and Prune Trees. New Importation of  first-class-Rhododendrons, Roses, Climatus, Bay  Trees,'Hollies, etc.  80,000 to choose from. ' No agents or commission to pay. No f uuilgat ion or inspection charges.  Greenhouse plants, agricultural Implements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. Largest and most  complete s'ook ln the province. Send for catalogue before placing your ordure. - Address  M. J. IfENRY, Vancouver, B. C.  White Labor Only.  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and'Cigars.-Beer on draught. Large comfortable ronran.  VlratMilawi table boa, d.  Ask Your Grocer.  ������ .or N*w  SWI3I3T   CIDER  for Mlace Pies.   '   '   .  CIDER VINEGAR  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  Mansfield Manufacturing Co-  NELSON, B.;C.  To__r^=l -.  Builders and  Contractors  -Having- taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick '*  Lime Company, >Limited,s of Nelson,-1 bear to ask for a continuance  of the s patronage which, you have heretofore extended them.- My  ���' aim'Willi be at all-times-to, supply you with our produets at lowest  ��� possibleprlces. Being- in a position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities; than ^before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower'figure.  It Is-our intention to install machinery to manufacture our  -marble products, and next season we shall be ln a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.      - "  We shall also Keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick,-Fire Clay,  Tiles and Cement.  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes'at the  ' Spokane-Industrial Exposition ln 1899 and also this year.   We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We< are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders.  WHOLESALE TRADE  -ERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.;-!1  ipHOKPE & CO., LIMITED.���Cornor Vernon ~  J-' and Cedar streets,' Nelson, -manufrfoturers  of - and wholesale dealors in aerated waters and  fruit syrups.* Solefagents for Halcyon Springs '  -minoral water.  Telephone 60.  -     .    ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES,   .-    _  TT7" F. TEETZEL tn CO.-Corner Baker- and  " ���   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale deal  ers ln  assayers  supplies.   Agents for Denve  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker street. Nelson  ��� -wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars  cement, fire brick and Are clay, water plpeiand  steel roils, and general commission merchants..  ���' ,��� BLECTBIOAL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY fc CONST RUCTION COMPAN Y���Wholesale deal-  ers ln telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston blook. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN-KER  MILLING   COMPANY  ���Cereals.- Flour. Grain. Hay., Stw  Kootenay'  ��� ' onC  New"  Straight or-  Points.  est*  BRNBST-MANSFWLDr  tor The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors'to \  The West Kootenay Brick t�� Lime Co., Ltd  Wholesale and Retail  h"1*eKSn"ro. Dealers in Meats  Markets ��t  Nelson, Rossland,  Trail, Kaalo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, TSe~  , Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Oaaoade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  ���Cereals,- Flour, Grain, Hay.  mixed ears shipped to all  Koot  Grain elevators at all prinoipal points oii Calgary  Edmonton R. R.  Mills at Viotoria, "     "*���   '  mlnBter, and Edmonton, Alberta.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS,  p    BURNS &   CO.���Baker  street,-.Nelson,  ���*��� ��� * wholesale dealers in fresh and oured meats.  Coldstoraae.  ' GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD ft CO.���Corner'Front and  *?������ Hall streets, wholesale grocers and  ���obbers ln blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  macklnaws and miners sundries.  OOTENAY SUPPLY   COMPANY.   LIMI-  TED-Vernon   street; Nelson,  wholesale  grocers.  TOHN CHOLDITCH tc CO.-  M   son, wholesale grocers.  -Front street), Nel-  T Y. GRIFFIN ft CO.-Front street),'Nelson.  w* wholesale dealers ln provisions, oured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS ft CO.���Cornor Baker and Josephine  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers ln hardware and mining supplies. Agonts for Giant  Powder Co.  T.AWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  I*-"  Baker St., Nelson, wholosale   dealers ln  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies. -  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  MUSIC.  ing a tunnel through the Wellington  to tap the main lead of the Sunset  at a depth of 300 feet. When the  Jead is encountered an upraise will  R. REISTERER & CO.  .   BHXWKBS AND BOTTLIBB 0*.  FINE LAGEF. BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALLKINU3 0F  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESAL-O AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson &  (J.  TRAVES,   MaiiageP  nRrm<i-i nv Ha^a'-tniin'vn nARKn-Ti iuni prom-p? ATninn-ioN  Prompt and  delivery- to  e trade  Bra-Mary at M.lson  ROSSL,AND   BNQIJNeBRINa  WORKS  cuni-iffe -& McMillan  Founders and Machinists, Specialty of Ore Cars, Ore-Bin Doors and Censral Mining Machinery.  List-of eeeond-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhanled'and la as good  as new   .olgarsan        for Pabat Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  garr Brewing Co. of Calgary.  '     POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stomping and black Mumq-g powders,  wholesale dealers In caps and fuse, and electric  Wasting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND'PLANING MILLS.  LIMrTED���Corner Front and HaU streeta.  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  In sash and doorsi all kinds of factory work made  to order. -  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LOR-  TED���Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers ln wlnea (oase and bulk,  and dnmMAMn nnA ImtaortaH otoars.      ���,  Ue attached and all fittings, ready to turn'on steam.'  ' built by Ingersoll Co.  We  1 Sinking Pump,' i6,73c5"xlS", outside packed plunger pattern. ,  Watch this advertisement for further lists; or write us before you buy for complete list.  Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate ln vocal and instrumental muRio. is now prepared to receive  pupils'for Instruction in volco culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and further particulars amply room  5, A. Macdonald building, corner Jose]*mlno and  Vernoa street,  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and Kootenay Streeta.  p. o. Box m. fmjtettvMu mo. ��  may have just .what you want.  Agents for Nortbey Pumps.  P.  O. Bcfx 188.  Stock carried.  THIRD  AVENUE.  ROSSLAND.  Ed-fgSI|IT COSTS BUT ONE CENT)W H  To dro!? us a vast card that we may ��all "and giv  Never  have Any plumbing done"untilyou hai  ���ive estimates.  It saves many dollars,  -ve sees our goods - and ��� eur prices.  $��$&&*     STRACHAN BROTHERS. Plumbers  ANTI-CHINESE* RESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted-at a regular  meeting held"1 on' Saturday evoning.'T'December  22nd, lUUOi all members of Nelson-Miners' Union  No. SO, W. F. M., are requested 'to use every  legitimate means ���,.  To Discourage th& Employment or ~.  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or indirectly. All union men and others  who believe iu making this a white man's country, are*requested toco-operate in giving effect te  the aforesaid resolution.   By order,  ND.LSOV MINERS'   UNION.  Nelson, December 22nd. '/  The above resolution has been endorsed bv the  Trades and Labor Council of  Nelson, and all  union men, and others in sympathy* with it, are  '   *  to govern  themselves "    *  requestaad 'to govern  themselves* accordingly.  By order.  TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nelson, December 22nd.  ARCHITECTS.  IPWART Be CARRIE���Architects.   Rooms  E* -MdBAoeRMeablook.Bakeretnet,Neboou THE TBIBTOTEt -NELSONc B. C WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23 1901  8  ___________���_______  ������TT.Bti  _mtf**ia.  BANK OP MOSTMAI  CAPITA-* all paid up....$12,000,000.00  BEST...          :.   7.000,000.00  PKDIVTPBP PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George Ai Drummond -...;. ..Vice-President  - B. S. Clouston;-..".- .....General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches tn London (England) New York,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling "Kxchange and Cable  Transfers. ���-   .        .      *<    .     ,   _^...   ���_  Grant' Commercial and .Travelers' Credits,  available in-any part of,the world.   ���  Drafts Issued, Colleotlona Made. Etc.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT RATH OF INTORK8T PAID.    *;  HEALTH    CONSIDERATIONS  Local Board on Sanitary Matters.  Yesterday   city clerk   Strachan  sent out notices to all the members  of the local board of health,  the  board  being composed of all the  members of the city council, that a  meeting   of that   body would   be  held at the city-hall at 4 o'clock this  afternoon.     The   local   board    of  health, although composed of the  members of the council, is an independent body and possesses large  powers0under the health act.   This  afternoon   they will -consider the  annual report of the medical health  officer,   Dr.   LaBau.     His   report,  which   is a very exhaustive  one,  deals   with the condition   of the  health of the city for the past year,  and contains many suggestions with  regard to the safeguarding of the  city in the case of infectious disease ���  or epidemics. The reporfdeals'with  the necessity of water services to.  all parts of the city, -sewer connec-  tionsand garbage removal.   -  The medical - health - officer,. also  deals with the, question of food  supplies and especially with-regard  , to milk. In connection with .this  point he say's :> "Next to'the water'  supply, the milk supply .of the- city  probably has 'the i largest influence  ���on the death rate." - He also states*  ' that the number of deaths which'  occurred in the city during the year  1900 was only 48. This ��� is ~a Very  low death rate, as it is practically  seven deaths per-1000" inhabitants.  The death ratejn the'large American cities is from 18 per 1000 to" 23"  per 1000. ��� .This'certainly* speaks-  well for the"-sanitary - condition of  the city.; The report.also, states  that in the case of. infectious disease the'-"city"has*been freer \v" "  As Nelson is no longer a town,;  but an important' center, there will  be many important matters requiring the serious attention of the  local board- of health. Amongst  the many duties they have imposed  on them is inspection of slaughter  houses, regulation;,of iee.-milk and  vegetable supplies, to prevent the  continuance of the unsanitary conditions and the exposing of unsound food and many other *" matters affecting-the condition of the  health." of the city. >The question of  the disposing of garbage and other  refuge during the year will also be  a matter which will engage their  attention.  . In speaking of the work of this  body,- mayor Fletcher - said last  evening���that���there���were-several  questions of importance that would  have to be considered by them. He  said that at-present typhoid fever  prevailed in nearly every part of  the city, "and" that the council  would at once investigate to find  out where the cause was. He also  intimated 'that there would be a  meeting of the board once a week  uutil the matter could be thoroughly gone into.  "TffF  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICn IS AMALGAMATED  THE BANK OF?BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Imperial Bank of Canada  " HEAD* 0FFICE.T0R0N-O.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up capital.  Reserve Fund,  '88000,000  -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  DIRECTOR8:  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,  President. Vlce-Preildent.  B. Hamilton   M. Lego at   Jab. Cratiiekn  John Hoskin, Q.C.LL.D.  J. W. Flavkllk W. E. H. Massev A. Kingman  W  B. E. Walker, J. H. Plummer,  General Manager. Atst. Qen. Manager.  A. II. Iiiki.AND,        - ���  Chief Inspector and Superintendent of Branches.  Iaondon Offloe, 60 Lombard Street. SI. O.  S. Camkron-'Alkxandkr,* Manager.      ,."  New York Office, 18 Exchange Place.  Alex. Laird and Wm.-Gray, Agents. ��� -  BRANCHES OF THE! BANK IN CANADA  Ontario.  Ayr  Ottawa  .Bahkik  Paris  Beli.evii.lk  Parkiiiix  -Berlin  Peterboro  Blenheim  Port Perry  Brantkord  St. Catharines  Cayug *  Sarnia  Chatham  Siui.t Ste. Martk  COLLINGWOOD  Seaforth  Dbksdrv ���  Simcoe  DUNDA8  Stratford  DUNNVII.LE  ���   Sl'RATHROY  Fort Frances  Toronto IS offlcon)  Toronto Junction:  Gai.t  Godkrich  AValkerton  GUEI.l'II  Walkerville  Hamilton  Waterloo  London           0  Orangkville -w-  Windsor  Woodstock  Ati.in  Cranbrook  Fernie  Greenwood  Kamloops  Nanaimo   ���  Quebec: Manitoba:  Montreal Winnipeg  ' Yiikon District:  Dawson ' Win nc Horse   _  British Columbia:  Nelson  New Westminster  ItOSSLAN'D  Sandon*    .   ," i  "Vancouver       ~ ���  "Victoria "  IN THEf UNITED STATES: _  New York, N.'Y. "   ��� Seattle,' Wasii.\'   ,  San Fhancisco, Cal.     Portland, Ore. .  Skagway, Alaska.   ���      ,    *���  Bankers in  London���The   Bank of  Scotland;  ' , Messrs. Smith, Payne & Smiths.  Bankers in Now York���Tho American Exchange  National Bank. ,     ,  -Agents in'Chicago���The Northern Tiust Coin-  ��� pany. r        s  Agents in:Now. Orleans���The Commercial  National.Bank.  SAVINGS BANK  DEPARTMENT:  Present rate  All's Well1 That Ends Well  There:afe amusing stories told of  incidents that occurred after the  result of the civic elections in Kaslo  and. Sandon became known. All  the boys on both sides were very  thirsty, and there was no end to  the supply of liquid*, that cheer  without intoxicating. ���. 7At Kaslo  everybody Wanted to make at least  oneYspee.cnj>. except George!;;' Kane'  who had'fan for-mayor and got  left. George is an orator,; and  when a few of his friends tried to  boost him upon; a bar to make a  speech, he pleaded[with them,_ saying: "Boys, you all Ykjaow7m6 '-top,  well, and ydu^allknow that "I can  speak effectively?6h great occasions;;  but this is no longer a great occasion, it is simply;a.great defeat;>be-:  sides, when;larn;iat nijr best I;am not  thirsty;' but;' I- ha**-;e;>been- thirsi*y  ever since 5 o'clock;!and 'I, cannot  make a "speech." The .boys wept  and let him ' down easy. YThey  then boost-get- Gus Carlson,/Who was  elected mayor,, onto a billiard-  tabl_, and Gus spoke as follows:  "I feel just mighty good, ^oys;  and I am just going to run the city  for the interests of everybody."  No worthier sentiments could be  more concisely expressed, and Gus  was tendered a vote of thanks.  Over, at Sandon the jollification  :k-j*>$up .allnight.   Johnny  Intorest* allowed on deposits,  three i*>or cent/      f -  GRANGE V.HOLT,  = .,       .Manager Nelson Branch.  Harris, who owns the town and who.  backed'the- losing side, was most  felicitous in-hrs speeches . congratulating tlie successful candidates for  mayor "and' aldermen.1 "Even Bill  Lilly and Billy Hagler * buried the  hatchetand smoked a pipe of peace.  All's well that ends well.  ' Awaiting Instructions.  ' Lieutenant Beer of the local rifle  company has received up to -date  about 35 applications* from young  men .of Nelson and .vicinity-* who  wish to enlist in Baden-Powell's  South African constabulary. Lieutenant Beer wrote major Bennett  of Victoria, asking if he would open  a - recruiting' station, here. . Major  Bennett replied that he had as yet,  received no instructions in the  matter, but if he did he would only  be too happy to take advantage of  the offer.   He also stated that he  G AS Fi XT U RES  We -have  just received  shipment of  a large.  Gas Fixtures Finished in  Oxidized Copper and Brass  Which we shall dispose of at  cost, also Billings "Non-Mantle"  Gas Burners.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC  SUPPLY& CONSTRUCTION GO.  Nelaon, B. C.  P.  J. RUSSELL  Bayer and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prices  Prompt Returns  Fair Assortment  Shlip ltf Express.   NBLSONV B. C  JCaW,West&Oo.  Y' COAL,!      WOOD!    '  Hard Coal ttjfl 7fi I Crow* Neat fttt IK  Anthraoite    ��H��M��* Icoal <MM��  7_Q_mp_U~Y^~t~iI3  AGENTS .IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, LTD.  -No order, can be accepted unless accompanied  by cash. -7- ������ -.-���:��� '        '������.  Office: ���*��� Oorner of Hall,  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  Lethbridge Gait Coal  The best value for the money In the market  for all purposes. '  tbhus oasb:.   W. P. Ti_BN_T. General Agent  Telenhone UT.    Offloe vrtH_ C. P. J. Chrtrito.  7        .  W  CHARLES PARKER���Mining and milling en-  V ���* gtsecr.. -Tiirner-Booo-fi Block, EMu. ���treat,  NeUoa.  $2,500,000  $2,458,603   l��S 1,700,000  *_>. R. Wllkle, General Mansger. ��� -' .  4    -, E. Hay. Inspeoter."  Nelecn Branoh~Burns Block, 231" Baker Btreet  J. M. LAY. Man-*-.  __-���__���____���_��� _m��~m0_____���M���mmm~���~+0m^~���mmm  was sure there would be no difficulty  in raising any number of good men  in this section. Further word may  be received- tomorrow, as on* the  17 th he was informed from Ottawa  that the forms of application to-be  filled in were then being' printed  and would be ready to distribute on  Friday last. The application sheets  will be sent to officers commanding  military districts, N. W. M.P., and  -officers commanding-regiments and  independent - companies in British  Columbia. Lieutenant Beer comes  under the latter class. He will at  once open a recruiting office at  Thurman's cigar store on Baker  street.      -  '   '  Match Had to Be Postponed.  The hockey match, between Rossland and Nelson which was to have  taken place last evening was declared off. The Rossland boys came  over, but the news of the death of  the queen reached Nelson about the  same time they did and they at  once decided not to play. The  money to pay their expenses was  subscribed by the citizens and the  Nelson boys wish to thank those  who were kindly aided. Some of the  Rossland boys returned last evening and the rest'Will return this  morning. A game will-be arranged  for at a'future date. , Those who  came over were: Ferrni, O. E. Mc-  Evoy, A. Leighton, J. Donohoe, G.  Mr Carmichael, O. C.- Walker and A.  Harris. There will be a practice  game at the rink ' this evening between two local teams.  ?'��_3'^ma_3*^'C_3'^'C_?'^'C_?*^'C_?'^'C^S��?'-^'iZZ?  ^__<^J7^__^.  �����%f..  ', 7*%l  "?&i  ���������  of the Holiday Trade has cleared  away it is well to come back to the  every day business of the year as  quickly as possible.  **************************  KARN IS KINQ  ��� ������  WE HAVE THE BEST MADE PIANOS IN CANADA.  THEY HAVE STOOD THE TEST IN KOOTENAY FOR THIRTEEN YEARS  CALL AND INSPECT THEM.-, .  **************************  JACOB DOVER, The  Jeweler.  Our Jewelry and Watch Department Is in full swing. Hall Orders receive our Prompt Attention,  > *C^ ���^���<"*V*"*V  eZ'd'c-i'c^'e^'c^'a?  From Camp McKinney it is  learned that the management of the  Cariboo-McKinney Mining & Milling Company has decided to further"  ��� exploit the holdings of the company,'at depth' by the- aid of 'diamond drilling. Beside the Cariboo  miner* the only other"' property  working is the Waterloo. " The re-'  port states r>"that a , good grade of  quartz, is being sunk, upon in* a  winze from the 65-foot level.  ,- Accident at Moyie..  Moyie,'January 22.���Last night  James Cronin's timber man at the  Lake1'Shore mine*had his ankle  badly crushed while getting some  timbers into the mine.  Corporation of the City of Nelson  AUDITORS STATEMENT  Of Receipts and Disbursements for the Year  Ending1 December 31st, 190O  RECEIPTS  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.'  TUESDAY'S QUOTATIONS.  stock. Asked.  B. C. GoldFlelds  %       3}  Black Tail :         12.  Brandon & Golden Crown  7  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate... 8  Cariboo (McKinney)  GO  Cariboo Hydraulic      1 70  Centre Star      1 20  Crow's Nest Pass Coal    70 00  California '. '.  - ���     8  Deer Trail Consolidated 2J  Evening Star..'  8  Fairview Corporation       -   3J  Goldon Star...,'.  21  Giant. -....:  S  Granby Smelter  47  'Iron Mask  40  Montreal & London..'  (>  Morning Glory-  10  Morrison  (!  Mountain .Lion         48  NobleFive    4  North Star ;         90  Old Ironsides ;        75  Olive ���'         12**  Payne       -54  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...        29  Republic  52  Slocan Sovereign         10  Virtue ,        28  War Eagle Consolidated         80  Waterloo  2}  White Bear  5  Winnipeg  M  Sullivan..................         13.  '7--     .-������-���'     ''SALES.  400).White1 Bear;....; ;  500 Sullivan....   2500 Waterloo ..v:....;   Bid  9     3  10  3  7  30  150  95  60 00  , 3  ' 2J.  5'  3  -H  '*k  42.  '39i  3  GJr  5-  32  -    2  84-  .. 55  40  28}  47  G  25  72  :' ^  3  ...  12.  .9  *3  121  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Gko. H. Lammkks, J. It. Chanson, or to  any person or persons to whom-he may have  transferred his Interest in the Harvey Joy  mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelaon  Mining Division;  You are hereby notified that I have expendod  Ono Hundred Dollars in labor and Improvements  upon the above mentioned mineral claim, ln  order, to hold said minoral claim under tho  provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within  ninety days from the date ot this notice you fail  orrefu*e to contribute ��� your proportion of suoh  expenditure, together with all costs of advertis-  Police court fines _:.;   Scavenger rates '���"... 7".  1,847 50  Miscellaneous' ���'.'���.  6,714 87  Licenses' ......'......-. '.  12,923' 50  Dog tax '.  250 -00  Road tax .".  2,014  Real estate taxes :.: _������������' H.821  Burial permits and cemetery lots'.".... 147  Sewer rentals, r. .'.....'.... 589  Electric light rates-. -  13,105  Electric light supplies sold  211  Water rates \  9,748  Weigh scale receipts  47  Interest on sinking ftmd   Government grant  .  Nelson Electric Tramway-Co., interest  on money deposited with city   Receipts in     Estimates for  1899 1900   $ 1,356 80 $ 1,500 00 $  5,500 00  3,000 00  13,500' 00  400-00  00  3,000 00  64  70  78  84  55  23  50  14,000 00  150 00  1,500 00  20,000 00  12,000 00  100 00  150 00  Actual receipts  for 1900  2,219 50  4,993 08  2,912 09  12,880 50  ' 342 00  1,876  13,153  '285  1,710  - 20,928  129  14,435  187  506  150  00  51  37  71  60  30  15  60  52  00  140 54  Total J. $60,778 91 $74,800 00 $ 76,856 47  Bank of Montreal loan $76,000 - 00  Interest accrued to -December 31st, 1900...;...:..       587 17  Bank of Montreal overdraft .'$18,778 14  Less    overdraft    December  31st, 1899    10,829 62  Sundry creditor accounts outstanding  December 31st, 1900   DISBURSEMENTS  ing, your, interest in said claim will become the  property of the subscriber, under section* four of  an Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Minoral  Act. 1900.*"' ; ; ; '; Y SILAS H.,CROSS,  Dated this 12th day of "Oeoember; 1900. .  LAND  NOTICE.  Notlce'is hereby given, that thirty days' after  date I intend to apply to the "chief-commissioner  nds and works for permission to purchase  following d -������"-���*    -   ' ���     ������"������'   -  west of the Clt;  of land  the followin  P<           described lands about two miles  Ity of Nelson: ���'��� Commencing at a  post marked W. J. Beaven's S.-.K. Corner-Post  planted at S. W. corner post of-H. ��� Selous' purchased Lot 605; Group 1; on tho- high water rline'  on the' west bank of-Kootenay river; thence north'  20 ohains, thence west 20 chains, thence south 20  chains, more or less to the high'water line on;  north bank of Kootenay; river,- thenoe following  the meandering of the aforesaid river In an easterly direction 20 chains more Or less to point of  commencement. Containing 82? acres 'more' op  fess. ":���. W..J. BEAVEN.- .!  7t Dated at Nelaon this 24th day of December, 1900.'  lANgY^Ai^NOTIOE;  ; Notice Isvhefeby" giveB. that *within*8ixty dayB  after the date of: this notice, Iintehd -to' applyto  the assistant commissioner of-lands and works,  at Nelfloh, for a lease of the following; described  land, for tho purpose of opening up and-working  stone quatrleR, situate about two- miles in an  easterly direction from the City of Kaslo. West  Kootenay District:  Commencing at a post planted oii the lake shore  marked " J. A, Knauf's N. .XV,. cornor," running  thence east twenty:chaine; thence south twenty  chains; thence west, twenty chains, more,or less  to the lake shore; thence north atonic the lake shore  to' the--point of commenenment _ and containihg  forty-acretrmore Or leas. J, A. KNAUF.  Pate4Deoemberlk_,19CtO.  Fire department maintenance   Fire department equipment   Police department maintenance.......  Health-department maintenance.   Health/'department equipment.........  Legal expenses ._...-.......  Miscellaneous ..............".........  Machinery and tools   Stationery and advertising ;   Buildings aiid grounds   Buildings, and grounds maintenance ..  City hall salaries......................  Dog tax commissions, etc.. .^.   Road tax commissions and refund ....  " Fuel and light (street lighting, etc)....  Donations and subscriptions..........  Interest ondebentures....... .$8,750 00  Interest on bank overdraft etc 3,059 31  Disbursements  in 1899  Estimates  for 1900  $ 4,790 19 $ 5,000 00  4,508 72  4,500 00  4,240 04  2,139 23  3,36.0 44  4.750 00  1,000 00  3,500 00  1,908 OS  1,000 00  385  4,517  57  6(5  750  7,700  76,587 17  7,948 52  -4,396 47  $105,788 63  Aetna/ disburse-  jneata for 1900  $   i.,262 99  5.099 20  SfiS8 87  6.105  417  -     2..W  1,166*  5,598  1,631  139  681  11  00  23  !)'_  75  07  04  10  00  Sewer construction .......  Sewer maintenance .......  Electric light construction  Electric light maintenance ..  Electric light supplies. .r.....  Water-works construction'7...  Water-works maintenance ..  Weigh scales maintenance^ ..  SideSvalks*.....................  Quarantine 7...-.:.'.... v.-.  Nelson Eiectric Trstitftftff'Co  Licenses refunded... .7...-...,  Real estate^taxes refunded -.*.  Sinking fund .......... ,Y....;  * ��� ���  ��� ��� ��� i  89 90  0,523 58  17,221 61  127 23  24,6__ 55  2,722 78  35,239 62  3,402 38  116 55  11,809 11.  6,780 04  5,126 45  50 20  251 25  1,780  5,124  35  53  9,875 00  500 00-  4,500 00'  1,000,00  31  '91  20  44  3,780 00      t5,300 00-  li;809  15,595  ." 328  8,959  10;903!85  348' 38  14,114*28;  500 87  53 10  35,020 41  '.9,241 04  "��������� 1,7.76  1,600  .75  ,   .-774.  03  00  00  33  52  Total   Cash on hand .......  Less on hand January 1st,  02  .........; $138,239* 88 $50,375 00�� ^165,4-^  ....$411 ai  '00 .    40 OO'  ���  :37a *1  $165,788 63  CER.iF.B3D CORHECT:  E; B. McDERMEEV Apmiob,  [L.S.J , HENIU G. JOLY dk LOTBINIKRE.  CANADA.,'  PltOVIaVCK OF BIUTISHCOLUMBIal.  VICTORIA, by the '-"race of God, of ttVUnited  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,  Quean, Defender of the Faith, &c, &c, &<:.  To our Faithful the members elected to eorvo in  the Legislative Assembly of Our Province of  British Columbia at Our City of Victoria.���  Greeting:  A PROCLAMATION.  H. A. Maclean,  ITTTHEUEAS.  We  .-/ ���    are    desirous  Deputy Attorney-General.. -       and resolved, as soon ns may be, to meet our peo-  Elo of our Province of British Columbia, ana to  ave their advice ln Our Legislature: -  NOW KNOW YE, that for divers causes and  considerations, and taking into consideration the  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects, Wo  have thought fit, by and with the advice of Our  Executive Council do hereby convoke, and by  these presents enjoin you, and each of you, that  on Thursday, the 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 THE  DISPATCH OFJBUSINES'3..to treat, do,'act.  and conclude upon thoso things which in Our  Legislature of the Province of British Columbia,  by Iho Common Council "of Our said Provinco  may, by the favour of God, be ordained,  v In Testimony Whereof," We have-caused  these Our Letters to be made Patent and the  Great Seal of the said Province to be hereunto affixed:  '/ - ... ,,  Witness, the Honourable Sir Henri Gus-  TAVK JOLY DE LOTHIXIERE,   K.C.M.O.,   LieU-  tenant-Governor- of Our said Province of  British Columbia, in Our City ot Victoria, in  Our said Province, this, seventeenth dav of.  January, in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and one, and in the ��ixty-  fourth year ot Our Reign.s  .       By Command.  ,    J. D. PRENTICE, Provincial Secretary.  H  Provincial SECRErAiiv's Office.  .. 17th January, 1901.  IS HONOUR, th��. Lieutenant-Governor in  Council, under the provisions of tho "Land  Registry Act has been pleased to establish at  tho City of Nelson; in the County of Kootenay,  - a District Ofllce for the Recording of Instruments  and Registration of Titles affecting real estate,  situate within the County of Kootenay. :  The name of the said registration district shall  be the Kootenay Land Registration District.  Henry Fry MacLeod; bflhd Cltj- of Nelson, solicitor, has been appointed to perform tho dutios  of the said District Office, which shall be open  for the transactlod of business on and after the  second day of March, 1901.  By Command.  J. D. PRENTICE. Provincial Secretary.  SHERIFF'S SALE.  Province of British Columbia, Nelson, West  Kootenay, to wit:  By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias issued out  of the Supreme Court of British Columbia at the  suit of Bank of Montreal, plaintlfTa, and to mo  directed against tho goods and chattels of-the  Fisher Maiden Consolidated Mining and .Smelting Company, defendants, I have seized and  taken in oxecution all the right, title ��� and interests of the said defendants, the Fisher Maiden  Consolidated Mining and Smelting Company, in  tho mineral claim known ^as and called "Troy"  and ln the mineral claim known as and called  "St. Helena," situated on Four-Mile Creek; about  soven mllen from its mouth, boing relocations of  tho minoral claims. "Fishor Maiden" and "Silver-  ton" respectively, both recorded In'tho ofllco of  tlio Mining Iteoordor for the Slocan Mlnii-isr-Dlvis-  Ion of tho Wost Kootonay District, on the 10th da :  of July. A. 1). 1900. to recover tlio sum of Fifteen  Thousand Six Hundred and ' One Dollars.  'tlfi.'iOl.OO' and also Interest on Fifteen Thousand  Vive Hundred and Ninety Soven Dollars and  Fifty Cent- ($l5/>97.��)) at six per centum por nn-  iiuiii from tho 4th dny of January, 1!(01. until payment: besides Sheriffs poundage officers.foes,  and all otlier logal Incidental expenses: all of  . vhlflh I shall oxposo for salo or sufficient thereof  to Natlxfy said Judgment, dobt and costs at the  rrn'-nt tt my otllco, noxt to tho Court Houso, ln  tie City of Nelson, B.C.. on Thursday, the 2Uh  day ,*���/ January, 1*901, at the hourof eleven o'c'ock  in iho .forenoon.  No'r.t-���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves u'-s to interest and title of the said defend-  a,batedi-*t New Donvor the 12th day of January,  ,901" S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff of South Kootenay,  SHERIFFS SALE.  Province of British Columbia, Nelson," in West  Kootenay. to wit: ���..,������'��� .. , . .  " By virtue of a warrant of execution issued out  of the county court of Kootenay, holden in Nel-'  Hon at tho suit of Robert Heddle, plaintiff, and  to me directed agianst the goods and chattels of*  James Leonard Stamford, defendant, -I have'  seized and takon in execution all the right, title  and interest of the said .James Leonard Stamford in about fourteen thousand two hundred  and fifty (14.250) shares, more or less, of the stock  of the Venus Gold Mining Company, Limited,  non-personal liability;' to recover the sum of  three hundred and sixty-four dollaw and twenty,  cents <$3Gi.?0', amount of 6aid execution, besides  sheriff's poundage, officer's fees, and all other legal  Incidental expenses: All of whlch'I shall expose  for sale, or sufficient thereof': to satisfy said  judgment, debt, and costs, at my offloe next  to the court house; in the city of Nelson. B.C.,  on Monday/ the 21st day. of January,,A. D��� 1901;  -  ��� ������"   ' "���- *"ieforenoon.  at the hour of eleven o clock In the  Note.���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to interest and title of. the said defen-  ' Dated at Nelson, B. C,  14th day of January,  1001 ��� --,.'���  S. P. TUCK, Sheriff of South Kootenay.  NOTICE. _i  The above sale is postponed until Thursday,  Jaunary 24th, 1901, to be held at the 8amo_place  and same hour. S. P. TUCK,  TRADES  UNIONS.  XTEIflON M-NKRS' UNION NO. 98, W.  *v*   M.'���Meets In miners' union rooms,  streets, ,  ntsltlng mem-;*;s  ili.__nt:     __t_x���fkt_ ' -*"           rooms, north-><  east oorner Victoria and Kootenarstreete, every /  ��y evening at 8 o'clock.-"Visiting mem  bora weloome. M.-R.'Mowatt, Presidont. Jtune  mi  ���   ���    ���*��� rr_tV: r  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.-  bars weloome. M. R.'Mowatt, Pr    Wilkes.   Secretary.    Union Scale or WAO-aj"1  kor Nei_k>n    District���Per  shift,   maohino  men, |3.S0: hammersmen miners. $3.25; muckers,'*  .carmen, ehovelers and other underground laborers, ^.00. ��� }  rpRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.-Tho _ .,  J-   lar meetings ot the Nelson Trades and Lai  Council will be held ln the miners' union hall,*.-}  oorner of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on'the  flrst and  third Thursday of eaoh month, ab  T.SOp.m.^G.J.Thorpe.President.  J.H.Mat_��-  sob, Secretary.       - -  '�� *353JK|ji  _���> r-SsSi  nor Vlotoria  and   Kootenay "streets.*- Charles'.  Clayton,: President.  John MeLeod. Secretary. ,-<>  ARBERS' UNION.-Nelson Union, Na 196, of I'  the International Journeymen Barbers Un-^ ,  Ion of America, meets every first and third Mon- -.  day of eaoh month In Miner's Union Hall, corner,*;  of Vii     __. ..." -    '    attend.   R. McMahon, president: J. EL- Mathe- ^TdZmkX  :%fe_1|  'lotoria and Kootenay streetSj  ���harp.   VWtini  .wtoiinj  duwm at o:��x! P.O.  brothers oordi_llrTinvited to  fyj'._t$$  son. secretary-treasurer:  secretary.  inuk, w,  J. C. Gardner, recording  -       - " ' - " ��� 4 ���?- iif^'T*  '}$L_ .  ���'T.ABORBIWUUNION.-Neli3on'Iaabdrer8,'-_tfo<r  'I-i  teotive Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L.rmeetai ln -.  Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner, of-Ba-'-  kerand Kootenay streets, every Monday evening.'  at730p.m.-gbarp. VIsltlnB: members of the American   Federation   cordially invited  to attend.'  James Mathe w," President.   John Roberts, ro '-  cording secretary.   t-  t \. -7' i?>d     . 7,'r-  ELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular V  meeting of the  Painters'  Union is held -  the first and third Fridays ln each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp.   J. H. Mill ward,  President; Will 3: Hatch, Secretary.   ^  OOKS' AND WAITEBS' UNION���Regular  meetings on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month; at 8 o'clock in Miners' Union  hall. Visting brethem cordially invited. C. F.  Bell, presidont; J. P. Forestell,. secretary  treasurer.  PLASTERERS' UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  172. meets every Monday evening ln the  Elliot block, oorner Baker and Stanley streeta, at ,  d o'olock.   J.   D. Mover,   oresldent; William  Vice, secretary, P. O. Box 61C.  - '���S-.I  . 'v  ^  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. JJ,*__ _". ft A. M  Meets second Wednesday In eaoh month.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge, No  26, Knights of Pythias, meets inTftO. F.  Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock. visltlng-Knlght-  oordlally invite- to attend. F. J. Bradley, C. C;  J. A. Paquotte. K. of R. & S.  OOTKNAY- 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.   U. A'.  Brown,R. K.; A. W.Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel.  =p.,8.,a;*:  \-  ���������.'-������.-,-���.���-. .   ���KTELSON L. O.-Iw No: 1692. meets In L O. O. F.  ** Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay streets,  1st and 8rd Friday of eaoh month. "Vlalttnit  brethern cordUUy Invited. W. W. Brttdlejvw  M, A. Minty. Reoording-Socretary.  CQRPORATIOH OFTHE CITY OF NELSON  APPLICATIONS' WANTED.  The undersigned has-been authorized by  resolution of tho city council to ask for applications for tho position of chief of the* Flro Department of the City 'of Nolson. Applicants will  stale age, nativity, experience and whore,  whothor married or single, and givo rocom-  mondationK from * chief of department whore  now employed'and from underwriters. Mark  applications: "Application for Chief of Firo Department." and address.  J. K.STRACHANi City Clerk, Nelson. H.CV  Dated January 2nd, 1901,  Notice of  Application  License,  to Transfer a  Notice Is hereby given that I Intend to apply.  at tho next sitting ot the Board of License Coin-  mtHsionors of the City of Nelson for permissloii to  transfer my retail liquor license, for the premises  situate on the east halt of -Lot 4, Block 2, in the  City of Nolson, and knet��-n as'the Grand Hotel,  to Gustavus Nolson. '���JOHN BLOMBERG.  - Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 3rd day of January,  1901.  Witness: Thomas Svmks.  Notice of Application to Transfer * a  ������  ���.  "        Liceiwe.  Notice is hereby glvon that I intend to apply at  the" noxt sitting of. the ..Board of License Com-  -missioners of theCity of'Nelson for permission  to transfer my retail liquor license for the premises situate on the west half ot Lot I, Block 2, lu  the City of Nolson, and known as the Glue Pot  saloon, to Thomas Sproatt.      GUS. NELSON.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., tbis 3rd day of January,  1901.  Witness: JonN Blombero.  y NOTICE.  Roa_land,B,C., November9th, 1900.  To'F. B. SaUsbubt :  Notice is hereby given that I, William Grlfllths,  Intend to* claim'the interests in the ��� following .  named mlneTSl- claims formerly held by-F.B.  Salisbury, on which-he haB neglected to pay his  share of tne expenses ot tho annual assessment  work.  To wit: , _    .  A one-halt (J) Interest in tho "Bunker1 Hill"  mineral claim.  . A one-half (J) Interest in tho "Sullivan" mineral  claim. ������ ,  A one-half (J) Interest in tho "Fidelity ' mineral  claim.  All the adjoining claims, Ituatedon the west  fork ot the north fork of Salmon river, In the  Nelson Mining Division,  . This-etlon'Is taken under-Section 11 of Chapter 45, of tie statutes of 1899 and amendments of  1900. WHaLIAM B. TOWN8END,    '  Agent for WllUam GrlfflthJ, VVm0Stt___tSnli V iimmXi-.-*��rr���  *n_.*b___r_-t-r. .x.- >r_ _.  THE TRIBUNE: N^LSO^i: d, WEDNESDAY JANUARY 23 1901  . >  .".**-  /  , -^  *��� i  ** 5"   '  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._=^���������������=f=r. ~.  We' are Britls-. Columbia. Agents for.  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S. BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  -7ICTORIA  BLOCK  NELSON,  B. C.  The Nelson Clothing House  .. Great Slaughter Sale  ��� 9  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  In order to maKe room for Spring Goods, I have decided to sell for tho next thirty days all  in.oru-r w ww prices.   All heavy goods away down, cost not considered, and in  . -.-.     _ r __*__.___. ]      W�� *._     ____._!     C3l_*_f_r.   T  -..111  nlirn  #_is\��_v-'l ft Tf\ OC flAt* Stanr.  ?2Sr^lf of the l^sHrn'ortininy to get goo. goods at less than wholesale prices.   ltemember this is  for only 30 days. _____________________  J.  A.   QIL.KBR,   Proprietor.  from 75c to $3.50.  For the balance of .this month we are offering special reductions in  .i 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 ��S GO.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows ?  - Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  ��� local and ooast.  .  ��� Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  ^Shingles ��� '  Rough and  y   Dressed Lumber  .of all kinds.  _T WHAT TOD WANT IB NOT IN ROOK  Wat WIIX MARX IT FOB TOO*  CALL AND OflT PRI0R8.  J. A. Sayward  HAIi AND lAKK BTB-ETB, NKMON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  -'7 CORNER OF  HENDRTX AND VBRNON 8TRBET8  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine LiMiber Always in  We carry a complete stock of  ! Coast Flooring, Ceiling, In_ide Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Removal Sale  We are removing to our new  premises, but can fill all orders  entrusted to us during the next  ten days.  Canada Drag SB. ok Co.  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. D. d. CHRISTIE  General Broker  '   FIRE,  LIFE AND  ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Money to loan at 8% or on the installment plan.  For Salo  6 Room House Silica street $2,100.00  6 Room House on Mill street  l.HOO.iO  7 Room House on Carbonate streot 2 2>!0 00  "5 RooiiFHousenon Stanley strra_bargaln    825.00'  2 25-Foot Lots on Observatory streot    6WI.00  For Rent.  7 Room House, Carbonate Street .'.$30.00  G Room House, Mill Street  25.00  5 Room House '... 15.00  A Ground-Floor Office  25.00  Tho Hay ward place.  See my list of Real Estate.  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINE8S PROPERTY  Amir S. U IaBNNOX. SoUcMa*. Natoon B. O  We carry a complete  line of ���'".:._.  CHINA.CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  BAR FIXTURES  COOKING UTENSILS  McFarland & Brockman  Umlt-d.  First Door West of C. P. \\. Offices  BAKER STREET.  LADIES' TRIIPED Hi\TS  Endless Variety  And Prices to Suit.  mrs. e. Mclaughlin,  JOSEPHINE STREET.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  ''. "1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Boarding and Day School /or Qirls. Will reopen January loth. Terms moderate. For term I  and prospectus apply to  . I    MADAMOISELLE KERN, Principal.  NELSON MOURNS HER LOSS  HOW THE NEWS OF THE QUEEN'S  DEATH WAS RECEIVED.  BuBine��s  Generally Suspended and a  Feeling of Gloom and SadneBS Pervaded the Community. ���  .The news of the death of Her  Gracious "Majesty the Queen, who  died at 0:45 p. m. at Osborne house,  was flashed over the wires here at  10:30 yesterday morning. It was  at once made public by the C. P. B.-  operators, who telephoned it to the  city hall, when but a few seconds  later the' slow tolling of the city  Are bell told to the public that one  greatly beloved by .every British  subject had passed away..  The effect of the sad news on the  inhabitants of Nelson was something marvelous. For a few moments every one stopped and could  hardly realize what had occurred.  Then a feeling. of sadness and  respect seemed to come over each  one as they thought of the great  and noble .work done by their beloved-; queen:. People gathered in  small knots about the streets and  talked quietly of what her grand  reign and sudden death meant to  the people of the British empire.  The queen's reign has been one  of peace - and prosperity, and she  had become the idol of her subjects.  Everyone paid reverence at the  mere mention of her name.  The citizens of Nelson did much,  which shows that the news was  received here with -deep, heartfelt,  grief. Mayor Fletcher quickly  notified the business population to  observe the rest of the day, and  sharply at 12 o'clock every place of  business was closed and the blinds  drawn." Such a universal closing  was never observed before in the  history of the: city. -Over .thirty  flags-were placed at half mast over  buildings throughout the business  portions .of. "the, city. The city fire  bell and that,of ,the Methodist  church tolled for a long time after  the news had been received.  To show the, grief which pre:  vailed here r the following self-  explaining message was dispatched:  "' ,.'** Telegram of Condolence.-  .NElaSON,.British Columbia, January 22.���To the Secretary bf State  for the Colonies, London, England:  Citizens of- Nelson join the empire  in mourning the loss of our beloved  queen. Heartfelt sympathy to the  royal family at'their loss.  Frank Fletcher, Mayor. ^  " Not only were the places of business- closed yesterday afternoon,,  but the many parties which were to  be held during this and the coming  week have been postponed and a  general observance appropriate to  the occasion will be manifested.  The schools were closed and will remain _o until Friday morning. The  law and court offices were also  closed and the officials of the gov-  ernment-offices-also-observed_the_  occasion.  The windows of several of the  business places were appropriately  dressed. That of Patenaude Bros,  was arranged with the picture of  the queen. in the centre around  which was draped the mourning  colors, black and purple, that are  used on the occasion of the death  of a member of the royal family.  Among other business firms which  dressed their windows in accordance to the occasion were Fred Irvine & Go., W. M. Hunter & Co.,  and T.J. Brown, jeweler.  On the day that the funeral is  held over her majesty's remains appropriate memorial services will be  held in Nelson. It is thought that  the funeral ceremonies will be held  in about three weeks, and if a day  of reverence is not declared by the:  Dominion officials, which is very  likely to be the case, the mayorwill  proclaim such for Nelson. Arrangements will be made to observe the  day in a mariner appropriate to the  occasion. The militia, along with all  organized bodies, including every  secret  society,   will   be, asked to  parade. ' The 'bands will carry  muffled drums-'and the effective  though solemn dead march will be  played. The occasion will be made  a public one.. Rev. H. S. Akehurst,  pastor, of St.'Saviour's church, said  last evening.that he would hold the  English church funeral service with'  the. necessary r alterations on' that  .'day.y."?rY   ~v:7_.y  . The death . "of queen Victoria  .means a. great deal to the law courts  bf the*; British . empire. All - the  documents .which now contains the  .wordsJ.'.'Her.Majesty" will have to  be changed to- "HisYMajesty" and  other alterations accordingly. All  the members of the bar and bench  which hold the title of "Q.C." will  hereafter be termed "K.C." Many  other changes will also have to be  made.  i - ��� ������ ���  A Slocan Seal-Estate Deal.  Thomas.Mulvey, who, along with  W. R. Clements, owns West Slocan  townsite, closed'' a big real. estate  deal yesterday for 275 acres of land  which adjoins the present townsite.  The purchasing price has not been  made public, but it is said to be a  big sum. Their original" townsite  is situated" oh ".the. west side of^'the  river, and is directly opposite Slo-'  can City. It was staked in 1898..  The lots are now selling for $200  each and are rapidly' increasing in  value. It is a magnificent location  and now contains some of the best  residences of. Slocan City. ..The  two portions '.of the townsite are'  connected with two bridges, which  were constructed at a cost of $1000  and $2200. Everything indicates a  rapid growth of the town. The.  land was purchased from the C. P.,  ,R., and the deal was put through  by mayor Fletcher.  . Work pf Granby Smelter.  . Grand:Forks, January. 22���[Special to The Tribune].���The Granby  smelter last week treated 3800 tons  of ore, which" produced- 130 tons of  matte. "William Brewry, of the  Engineering and Mining Journal of  New York, is making a tour of the  Boundary district.  CITY rLOCAL NEWS.  Born, in Nelson yesterday to Mrs.  ~ illiam Salisbury on Front stroet, a daughter.  *   Born in Nelson yesterday to Mrs.  Herbert Sawyer of Pi'ot Bay, on Water "'streot, a  daughter.       .-.    . , j. , i,  ��� The ball to have been- given   by  the Nelson ,OperaHo.Stosiety on Friday night has  been indefinitely postponed.  On Saturday at, 10:30 a.   m.   the  Fire, Water and Light Committee ���wfll meet,  when no doubt tho question of reorganization of  the Are department -^lllfbe considered. ',  At' the   meeting . of  the   Public  Works Cbmmittee on .Thursday at 1 o'clock the  annual report of tho city engineer will be considered und the committee -will go into the question  of local improvements necessary for the'year.  Fred Yuengling, who was brought  from New Yoek .by Wi H.Bullook-Webster, as he  was wanted here on the charge of embezzlement,  has been taken to the provincial gaolatRossland,  where he will remain until the trial.'  ��� The government;. Y'offices   at  the  court house have been closed until tomorrow.  No writs can "be is3ued -until the coronation of the  -prince ot Wales takes place, as his title is not yet  known.  The law offices are also closed.  As Mr. Jorand, late of Nelson, has  opened up an ofllco in Slocan City, he has resigned Ms position as leader of the choir of  St. Saviour's church. .R. M. Macdonald has been  appointed to his place. Mrs. W. J. Goepol has  been selected aa secretary. ..  The regular   meeting   of  Nelson  lodge No 25, Knights of Pythias .which was to  havo been held last evening, w��s postponed. A  special meeting will be held at 3 o'clock this afternoon as there is business of great' importance to  be attendod to. The master of ihe lodge requests  that there be a full attendance of members.*  The public schools were closed at  11 o'clock yesterday morning. A few hours later  principal Soady received the following telegram  frqm the minister of education. J. D. Prentice:  "As a mark of respect to the memory of hor majesty, the queen, all schools of the provinoe will  be dosed Wednesday and Thursday.      ;   ���  Miss Katie Barklett was badly injured white coasting down Stanley street last  evening. As. the sleigh reached the bottom of  the hill itupset andYMiss.Barklett was thrown  against the frozen earth with violent force. She  was unconscious for several minutes.  -< Alderman W. G. Gillett,-the well  known contractor, who sent in a tender on' tlio  construction of tho povernwent buildings which  are to be built In Nelson tbis year received word  from Ottawa yesterday morning to the effect that  he had not been awarded tho contract. The message did not say who had been successful,,  Owing to the death of the queen,  the supromo court (full^court) which was to havo  been held at Vancouver on Monday. January 28,  has been postponed until .March 5. ������ The chief  justioo'directsthab no matters except of extreme  urgency will bo taken up until after tho funeral  is held'over the remains of her majesty.  John Gammon who was -arrested  on Monday night on the charge of disorderly conduct came before magistrate Crease at tho police  court yesterday morning.. The prl&onor pleaded  guilty, and tho magistrate taking into consideration that Gammon was just, released from tho  provincial gaol and that he had a job ln view he  was allowed to go without a fine.  >--* Edward Ferguson, who has been  with H. J. Evans & Co for a qunihpr of years,  has started on'his own acoouut, under the firm  name-of.E. Ferguson a Co. He .has rented the  Hume building on Vernon street, and expects to  have a stock in within two weeks. He will do a  wholesajeand. commission business in liquors  cigars, and merchandise. ** ...  _*__  _i^��_4&__s*_^. ~  SAVE YOUR  ______M  �����3__W___m  _?0��______  MjmjSrT^f^ffi,,),,,,' --  SIGHT  _.jSpS��S0_��33gB&  ___tt\__^__^__^^^^^^^f^  WHILE  THERE  ^'^v___1___W__W _^9jHH__p  IS TIME  ' :0&  __ ��� ii".   *  ~f     _ jii" ......  '..���ii.a."   "���  SAVE YOUR  SIGHT  WHILE  THERE  IS TIME  W. JT. HARVEY, F. O. M* C. I.,  ��� ProfTessor of Ophthalmology, Doctor of Optics, and Scientific Optician, of Toronto,  ���may be consulted free about those Painful Byes, Headaches, Byes Crossed or Diverged, Double or  indistinct Vision. I/Oss of Muscular Power, or tbe Fitting of Spectacles that are Absolutely  .   Correct, at flt. F.McLean's drug store, until Saturday, January.26tli. Hours: J10J;o. 12 and 3 to a..  "86^  jzjL_.   Jb_3 ^tl JbLlJbtS   &o   C/O.  isr__!3_.so_sr       . ___.__.a__o  s_e_2sr__��o_sr  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Goal Heaters  SEE OUR GUN8 AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TELEPHONE 27 Store, Corner Baker and Josephine Sheet  ' .Railway Men Mining.  A number of the'railway boys  who run between Cranbrook and  Kootenay Landing have formed the  Anchor Mining Company to work  the Anchor mineral claim, which is  situate five miles from Kitchener,  in Goat River district.  PERSONAL.  George  Horton of "Winnipeg   is  at the Tremont.   ,  Colonel Bray ton of Kaslo was in  the city on business yesterday.  Captain Troup, who has been for  a trip to R. velstoke, is expected to return home  this evening.  J. H. Carter of Victoria   and   W.  . V. Hamilton of the Yellowstone mine are regis-  , tered at the Queenb. ���  E. Sewell of Toronto, L. Marks of  Victoria and Martin Dolan of Rossland are registered at the Phair.  E. B. Bowman of Lethbridge, ,T.  S. Simms of St. John and F. H. White of Toronto  are registered at the Hume. -.  E. S/Coyle of Vancouver, assistant traveling passenger agent of the Pacific  division of the C. P. R. arrived in the city last  night from Winnipeg.        .  Phil Davey of Toronto,. manager  of the Tremont House, accompanied by his wife  and J. Livingstone of Listowell arrived in fhe  i city last evening. They are on their way to Los  Angeles, California, to spend the winter months,  and they stopped In the city a few hours to renow  old acquaintances.  BUSINESS  MENTION.    .  Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.*1' r  Cash paid for scrap iron, brass  and copper.   Nelson Iron Works.  To let���Furnished rooms in -Carney block.   Reasonable rates. �� - -  '    Wanted���A . 10-room    furnished  house.   Apply at room 4, K-W-C blook. .  - If you want to'buy or sell anything go to the "Old Curiosity Shop."  Hack calls left at" the - Pacific  Transfer barn on Vernon ��� street.' - Telephone  call 35. *  For Rent.���Two.fine offices-centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal.  Two large, well-furnished rooms  to lot. 1 and S Macdonald block,- corner Josephine nnd Vernon.  i   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  private 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 Wino Company's store.  - "New   lot   just   in."���For   fresh  candies, fruits, nuts, etc., call at the Bon Ton  Confectionery, Baker' street, Miss A. L. Klink-  witz.  Wanted.���Free milling gold properties in British Columbia. Andrew F. Rosen-  berger, Nolson, B. C. Phone No. 1M..K.-W.C  block.  Eight-roomed house, partly furnished, to rent in the Hume Addition, either to  one or two families. Apply Mrs. Hnrtwig.Hume  Addition.  ��� Wanted���Man and wife want po-  * Hi tion as cook and helper in mine or small boarding house. No incumbrances. Address Cook,  Tribune ofllce, Nelsop.  TPro"spectors    Having    promising  -mineral claims are requested to call at The Prospector's Kxchange. Nelson, B. C, room No. i,  K.-W.-C. blook. T>hone No. 104.  For Sale���Profitable  hotel busi?  ness and real estate, known as the tRoyal hotel,  corner of Stanley and 8illca street. Apply to  Johns & MeLeod, Royal hotel, Nelson.  . Investors���The Houston block, at  the corner of Baker and Josephine streets, ran  bo purchased at a price that will net 12 per cent  per annum. Apply to John-Houston, Tribune  ofllce.  For sale���Lot 10, block 17,80 foot  frontage on Vlotoria street, two   houses   on  property.' Price 92800, terms easy. - Address  > Frank O, Graham, care of Matheson & Graham's  barber shop..  Miss Von Der Werth���Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Gives advice  on commercial business'and inlninir; reunites  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 torms reasonable. Apply  or address A. F. Rosenberger, room 4, K-W-C  Block, Nolson.  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B.-MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   " POMMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  8molclns and Pipes..  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  . Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators _x.(X  Paper Hangers.  REILEY & BENQY  SUCCESSORS-TO  H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD WORIW.*  -   -.   EXPERT HQBSESHOEINC.  It Counts in Results  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  Nice Sweet Butter  Cood Fresh Eggs  are our specialties. They ensure a delightful freshness in  ail you cook, and attractive  daintiness when it is served  on your table.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10 K-W-C Baker Street  WINTER CLOTHING ...  at Great Discount Prices  OVERCOATS offered at from 10 to 25% Discount.  ^  NOBBY WINTER. SUITS, All-Woo I and Serges, at   ���  from 10 to 25% Discount.  _^^_^_^^^^^^^^^^^^_~ ' ���*  Always, willing to show Goods. No trouble.   Hvery Oarment Guaranteed.  THEO.  MADSON,   Baker Street.  ;-__>-  One of the Best-Located and Best-Rented  Business Blocks in Nelson*  > Can be purchased at a price that:will net. 12  per cent oh the investment.  The.building is 50x70 feet, two stories and  basement, built of brick and Kootenay marble,  on a 50x120 foot lot, at northeast corner of  Baker and Josephine streets.  For further particulars apply to  - .       .    a*. N.  JOHN HOUSTON,  Tribune Office-  Nelson, January 11th, 1901.  ^i  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing  aiwloDstonj work from eVa^lde points. Heavy I  ^oltfl made to order qa8tat>(< notice,       -. ,      .    I  NELSON  SAW & PLANING MILLS  Limited.  *. j ������ - ���  mnm^Lmma^mm__mm___mam___n^m______mm_tmm  We are prepared to Furnish  toy Rail< Barge or Teams '  -  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING /,  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING       - ,  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS    - ?  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices before  purchasing: elsewhere. ^^^^^^^^^^^  .  OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   HILLS: HALL STREET WHARF'

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