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 \       ���*       Ifrr ���*������ �����-��f   -.> ��    ���=*��   "'* T'  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  - '*  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  NINTH YEAE.  NELSON:  MONDAY MORNING JANUARY 28 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  METHODS ARE INADEQUATE  FOB EXPRESSING THE NATIONAL  _.   SOEEOW.  Funeral Services Will Bo Imposing���  The Emperor of  Germany -  Most Popular.  New York, January  27.���Isaa  N. Ford, the London correspondent  of the  New-York Tribune,, in his  special   cable   letter this morning  gays: Londoners, since the queen's  death, have been appalled by/ the  inadequacy of all methods for  giving expression to their sense of the  loss sustained by the empire.    For  this reason, the king's decision that  the  most   impressive   scene   of   a  stately  military   funeral   sbAUbe  enacted in the capital is we,|Hf<>Ein-<,.-,Sy-*  When   the   last    medical   lid^^_^w^��4Rfe  came   from  Osborne*  the theatres  [were closed, church bells were tolled  here and there for a.few minutes  and the streets were, silent.. Next  Ciine the king's entry, with the proclamation'accompanied by medieval  mummery   "which . was     carried  through with a rush an hour before  it was. expected..  Beyond reading  the black-lined daily papers Londoners had no means' of expressing  their devotion to the" memory^ of-  - ttieir ^lamented' sovereign?;  If the  houses and shop-fronts had-been  heavily draped with black, like the  streets of American cities after the  death of president Lincoln or president " Garfield,' there   would ��� have  been a partial -> consciousness" that  the queen's capital wasf not neglect-  ' ing her in'death, but-"narrow strips  of black in -window-panes make a  meagre "display^of public grief, and  this is ttie traditional English- idea  of nationaVmourning.1 *' vv   . "  Tlie passage, of /the^rpyal.cortege^  over the route to Baddington  from  Buckingham, so often traversed by  thejqiieen in life, will enable a vast,  concourse ,of   spectators   to   stand-'  with uncovered heads and pay   the  last tribute of-reverent homage. > It  will be an impressive antithesis   to  the   queen's   jubilee/    ,A   mighty  fleet with minute guns will witness  the opening of   the,.stately   obsequies   and   emperors,    kings   and  princes   will   mourn    together   at  "Windsor at the close, but  midway  Londoners will claim   their   queen  and empress . for   themselves,   and*  watch in silence the solemn pageanfeg  Strangely enough*- while. London^  . is,waiting for tliis military funeral  and'is unwilling to  take note of  ~,aught eke, the young queen of Hol-  ' land, whose career in its opening  scenes,offers so striking a parallel  to the early life of Victoria, is.ap-  _^proaching_her_niariiage_Ywith_her.  prince    consort.     Tomorrow    the  banns for her mariiage with duke  Henry will be publicly called aud  in honor of the happy event that  beautiful city, The  Hague,' will be  splendidly   illuminated   and    they  will drive through the streets with  Wilhelminaand receive the ovations  of the-joyous multitude.   The raar-  . riage festivities will begin two days  after the burial  of   Victoria and  there will be a week of light-hearted  Dutch gaiety with gala nights'at  the theatres, diplomatic receptions,  serenades in front of the palace and  ca unique ceremony in the church  attended by many princes.     The  marriage is popular because, like  Victoria's, it is a love match.   Wil-  helmina's subjects would have been  better pleased, if the   bridegroom  * had not been a german prince, but  duke Henry has a manly presence  and an air of distinction' and has  already   won   the   hearts   of   the  queen's subjects. i.  The king's ringing order to the  navy is fresh proof of his capacity  for saying the right thing in the  right way. He has informed the  Masonic officials that ,he will remain grand master. The duke of  Connaught is also a Mason, but  not the duke of Cornwall. The  duke of Clarence was a Mason. The  health of the duke of Cambridge  now at Osborne is most infirm, and  thi*.*��:��eeu'9 >death greatly disspir-  ited him- It was with him as a  cousin of her own age that the  young queen danced at the first  ball at Buckingham palace after  her accession sixty-four years ago.  /Emperor, .of.Germany Is Popular.  The German emperor, whose dispatch to president Kruger was the  signal  for  ordering but a flying  squadron five years ago, is now for  Englishmen the most popular continental sovereign. If he had not  acted .well during the Transvaa  war and also become England's ally  in China, his devotion to the queen  would have removed all traces of  former prejudice and resentment.  He is now cheered almost as heartily as the king and his virtues are  extolled by the English press. Yesterday h'e met the German crown  prince at Portsmouth, and the  Hohenzollern, now lying' off-Osborne, .will speedily have'* a great  German squadron behind her to  join- the British fleet in a final  tribute to the queen.' If the emperor rides through the streets of  London bn Saturday only the  solemnity of the funeral pageant  will ��� prevent an extraordinary,  demonstration of popular* enthusiasm.  This is his birthday and his present from king Edward has been a  baton as field marshal- of the  British army, for which he has  thanked the duke of Cambridge, the  oldest field marshal, and in order to  Wffi^iaQ.t&te timely recognition of  lfP%$wiw of his devotion to the  -^dr^&��-"^^^io9t famous field marshal in the service will spend Sunday with him at Osborne.    Other  motives   are   assigned  for general  Roberts' visit; notably the arrangements of the details of the military  funeral in London and at Windsor,  but .that would be a matter within  the" range  of "ordinary Aldershot  tacticians.     The German** emperor  ^wlien he came'" to * England a?year  'ago,   was 'bent- upon''seeing 'Mr.  .Chamberlain,   and  "had - two protracted meetings with him.  ' Lord Roberts is, the - Englishman  who now interests   him   for, it ~ is  from   the. commander-in-chief    in  South Africa that he can learn yiie'  principal lessons of the   Boer cam-"  paign and their bearings upon 'defensive ' -warfare!!, " The   campaign  'has fallen out of view - during the-  last week-.of  mourning."   Nothing  of real importance has happened in  the field.   The- Boer   commandos?1  are still moving about without ap  parent! .motive i,ih ^��!ape ;_'Cqlony,'t  Hei-tzog making westward ,for ** the  sea"and   Kritsinger,,, further   east,  hanging about the' approaches   of  Mersel -bay." - Colonial   volunteers  are massing against them and   barring     their     progress."   . Griqua-**  laud     has  v been-   very , quickly  cleared.     Knox-   and" Cunnigham  have   been   successful   in   various  skirmishes and the threatened Boer  raid into Natal has**��� been, deferred.  The capture bf a British train at  Fourteen Streams and the derailment of a -pilot" engine near' Balmoral are the freshest of the Boer  exploits,   but hostilities are on. a  small scale.   A. combined "attack of  several commandos upon the Del-  agoa Bay line may be the result of  a Boer council held at, Ermelo and  general Kitchener expects it, for he  is reinforcing the garrison  east ^of  Pretoria.        " v- ���   "' '   *  parliament virtually retains the  privilege of regulating the expenditures of royalty and maintaining  the dignity of the monarchy according to its own ideas of propriety.  The transfer of the ; queen's   private estates at Balmoral, Claremont  Park, Osborne and   elsewhere,   has  been excepted   by  two   Victorian  statutes from the operation' of the  regulations of the hereditary crown  estates.   Taxes and rates have been  paid on these   private   properties,  which were left at'the disposal- of  .the queen By will-and could not^be  merged with the mass of the crown  estates inherited from generations  of  kings.-   Osborne   has   probably  been left to princess Louise,of Bat-  tenberg, but the   disposition 'made  of   Balmoral   is   in   doubt.     The  queen's wealth, has   always   been  grossly exaggerated.   The value of  her personal   property" finder  the  control -of the   executors   will  be  moderate,   although   the    veil' of  secrecy, may   never   be   removed.  She paid her father's debts but   received a *��� lai ge   bequest   from   the  prince consort.    Her savings dur-_  ing her reign have not been nearly  so large   as   ordinarily   supposed.  As the queen . was an income taxpayer her private   estates presumably are liable to the  usual death  duties., -   .  his'  HONORS FOR THE KAISER  IS' NOW A   FIELD-MARSHAL  "        "    ENGLAND..'-,  OF  The'Emperor Gracefully Acknowledges  ��� ��� - the Compliment in a Letter ' ��� ~  . to Salisbury.  5'i  -=*- Tho-Crown-Eevenues;   Referring to the possible action  of parliament i in arranging a civil  list for the crown aud providing a  suitable establishment for the heir  to the throne, Mr. Ford says : Parliament after reassembling on St.  Valentine's day will be called upon  to rearrange the civil list for the  crown and to provide a suitable  establishment for the heir .to the  throne. From the time of Charles  II. there has been a' series of te*_>  tative efforts on the part of parliament to substitute a definite' grant  to the crown for certain portions of  its hereditary revenues.  William IV accepted a civil list  of ��435,000 in lieu of the interest of  the crown in the source of public  revenue, and there was a similar  settlement when the queen's reign  opened. The state is virtually a  tenant of the crown lands, under a  life lease of estates placed under its  control, and in, return pays a life  income to the sovereign as the civil  list. Theoretically, the new sovereign has the right to resume possession of the crown lands when he  ascends the throne, but practically  he has no choice but to make the  best arrangement possible for compensation for a fresh life tenancy  on the part of the state.  The civil list of William IV was  cut down to 385,000 pounds at the  opening of the reign of Victoria,  bat this was increased after her  marriage and she retained the  revenue of the duchy of Lancaster,  and the prince of Wales that of the  duchy of Cornwall. The hereditary  revenues -of the crown 'under economical management have" greatly  expanded -in- value, so that the  sovereign^, wpiildY be; theoretically  entitled to a larger civil list, but  - Cowes, Isle Jof Wight, 'January  27.���This - morning emperor William received from'the hahd-of- the  duke,- of ConnaugHt his* sword on  his appointment" as field marshal of  the'British army. -"In ;the presence  Jof thejiouseholds' of" king- Edward  and the" dead queen, as well as .a  number of British' and German  naval officers, ^ his majesty expressed great delight at the  appointment. He will entertain  king Edward and the members of  the royal family at tea on" the imperial yacht Hohenzollern. Today,  he celebrated his birthday at  Osborne and '^received 'congratulations'from the members of the Ger-.  man embassy in London.    ,   ~ ���  '.  Cowes, January 27.���After ��� the  memorial services in - Whippingham  church today emperor William and  the crown prince went direct to the  Hohenzollern receiving a salute of  21-guns. His majesty took luncheon  there, --the guests including lord  Kintole, lord Carrington, who is attached to_his_majesty'sji_8taff_jvhile_  in England, the members of the  German embassy and others.  Crown prince William proposed'  the emperor's health, which was  drunk with "Hochs." The kaiser  then drank the health of king Edward, the entire company standing.  Then his majesty donned the uniform of a British admiral to receive the visitors who might call to  tender congratulations.  Among those who** called were  king Edward in the uniform of an  admiral, the duke of Connaught,  prince Christian and other royal  personages, lord Roberts and Mr.  Broderick, all in full uniform. Tiie  emperor received the king at the  gangway. The yacht was'rolling  heavily, owing to the gale, so that  the queen and the royal ladies were  prevented from accompanying the  king. After tea had been .served  the royal party returned to Osborne  .house, where emperor William and  the crown prince immediately  returned the* visit and dined with  the king, :'  In addition tq the'sword of a field  marshal the king has presented to  emperor William, already a Knight  of the Garter, the insignia of the  order in diamonds. The fact that  this gift was ordered by the late  queen with the 'intention of presenting it on the occasion of the  kaiser's birthday gave a pathetic  interest to the presentation. Emperor William learning of the king's  intention to appoint him a field  marshal sent the following telegram  to lord Salisbury:  "The king, my august uncle, confers upon' me the rank :of a field  marshal in his army and informs me  that my appointment will' be published on my birthday. ' 1 hasten to  apprise you of my deep apprecia  tion of so signal la" mark of  majesty's affection for me and I rejoice to think that I shall be numbered among those of the highest  rank in his majesty's-gallant army.  ; " V     "WlIaTalAM   R."  The emperor-'sent a facsimile of  the dispatch to'lord 'Roberts. Lord  Salisbury replied as follows:  "I beg-with _ most profound respect to- tender to" your imperial  majesty my thanks'for your telegram and -my,, sincere congratulations upon the/anniversary of your"  majesty's ��� birthday and upon the  appointment to-the exalted rank of  field marshal, "-which my august,  sovereign,, the 'fking,- has~'.been'  pleased to confer-upon your imperial majesty? and Ilam convinced  that your acceptance of the office  will give the liveliest' gratification  to all classes-of-: the nation j who  have been- deeply- touched by the  consideration and -, kindly * feeling  exhibited r���in.j your gracious visit  upon this^solemn" occasion." ."  -��� Lord Roberta ^responded in the  following terms:- : '-���  J " I have the honor to acknowledge  the ^receipt ,o_'"-' your majesty's  gracious telegram giving me joyful  tidings that. ; his majesty king  Edward has 'conferred upon your  majesty the, rank of field marshal.  I "would begf'sir, that L may "be  allowed'to offer^dn" behalf "of myself  and the'army,Lhaye the honor to  command, outmost heartfelt and  respectful congratulations on this  mark' of'-our-* sovereign's affection  and appreciation;of your majesty's  great "andr soldierly qualities.". All  ranks will be" ptoud; to think that  your majestyf will- henceforth be  even more closely allied with them  than hitherto, Tand - will feel -that  the armyTis highlylionored by your  majesty's "^nameybeing enrolled-  among thV field.marshals of Great  Britain, ��-*,? y?y,(Signed) Roberts.  y-\ The" Navalt Program.  Cowes,.j January^ 27.���The   prb-  gramYofsnaval'display at Spitheadf  has not yet --been"prepared but it'isj  now ,' nnderstrtbd^that' the --British'  fleet will extend in'a'.'-ingle line foi-'  lowing the north side of''the <navi-,,  gable   canal from. Clowes, to "Spit-^  head ,and the"nce to '-Portsmouth,,  while'^the-Y-foreign' warships' -will  follow a corresponding line on the  south side.    It is believed the body  of .queen Victoria "will be" removed  from Osborne-at 3-"o'clock Friday  afternoon and will be conveyed on'  board the Albert and escorted by  eight torpedo boats, and' followed  by all the royal yachts and probably  the Hohenzollern.   The.body will'  remain on bbard the -Albert for,the  night   and   be   taken.' to   London  Saturday   morning.     It' is understood that the queen left the most  detailed instructions regardingthe  disposal of her body and the attendant   ceremonies.    She. is ������ said to  have expressed a wish that Chopin's  and Mendelssohn's   funeral march  should be performed in preference  to theJQead March in Saul. '  IN THE NELSON CHURCHES  ELOQUENT    TRIBUTES    TO  QUEEN'S' MEMORY.  THE  Pulpits Draped in Mourning���Musical  --  Selections Suitable for the  -    Occasion.    _.  VERDI'S' PEACEFUL  DEATH  Tributes to His Memory.  MiiaAN, January 27. ��� Although  preceded by a struggle for life that  lasted two days, Verdi's death,  when it came, was peaceful. He did  not regain consciousness. When he  passed away he was surrounded by  relatives and intimate friends. The  announcement of his death created  emotion. Theaters and pleasure  resorts and many stores were  closed and nearly all prominent  .residences were draped. Today the  city authorities published a  eulogistic proclamation which was  posted throughout Milan.  King Victor Emmanuel sent to  the family a telegram of condolence  on behalf of himself and queen  Helena, saying: "We join in the  homage, regrets and admiration  offered by Italy and the 'civilized  world to the immortal memory of  Verdi. The nation and the glorious  art of our country have suffered  a loss so serious that it is beyond  repair."  In his will Verdi asks that the  funeral may be "very modest." He  suggested that it take place either  at daybreak or eventide, and that  the ceremony be without music.  The chanting of two priests to candles and a cross would suffice.  Many legacies were left to friends.  The date of the funeral has not  been, fixed, but it will probably be  Wednesday or Thursday, and the  interment will be in the chapel of  the retreat.for indigent:musicians,  which Verdi established.'  Memorial, services   to the  memory of her late cma jesty the queen  were held   in' many   of * the   city  churches yesterday. ��� As her death'  ,has cast "a".deep   gloom" over the  hearts of the   citizens   of" Nelson  many turned out to   hear   the addresses that were impressive, loyal  tributes to the personal life and executive labors'of the great monarch  who has passed'away.  -  At the' Emmanuel church a large  number were present.' * The queen's  picture was draped in'royal,mourning and the pulpit' was. draped in  black.   At the opening of- the "service the ^solemn   dead   march'was  played   and    appropriate  'Hymns  were sung.   The pastor, Rev. .William Munroe took for his   text '" A  Sorrowing Empire" and the words  he   delivered   were received with  much attention/   He said in   part:  "Many a,church tonight throughout.the vast extent of the British  empire is performing the same sad  duty that we are now  performing.  I am only, echoing the" sorrow of  every one present tonight 'and of  millions of our1 fellow Britons when  I- say tliat the sorrow, which' the  empire feels tonight is.Lthe deepest  that the,world" has "ever seen. V--An  outburst   of' sympathy   sublimely-  touching has swept in upon stricken  England." ;Throne ahi^ottfage'the.,  "wide  world"-over^have' -tendered)  messages of sympathy.,' Since^hej  dread;newVwent crashing .through-.!  out   the,world,   constantly-*,[frdmi  'across" seaand .ocean^, f roml-Protest-j'  autism .aiid ^-Roman"' 'Cailiplicism^,  from     eastern     hemisphere     and'  western Jhemisphere the voices 'of  sympathy have4 been- pouring *_ntor  the  royal household at stream of  consolation. *J After alM think' that  all nations must belong to the one  great family and have' the same  great father���God. " 'i  "I am sure that I but echo the"  thoughts tliat are surging through  your minds when I refer to the universal admiration in which the  splendid character of our late  sovereign is held.' Her strong force  of character,, together with her  lovableness of disposition, bound  her subjects to'her in an attachment which won the admiration of  all nations. From every crisis the  empire emerged stronger and more  united. Throughout her long  reign she placed before every home  an    ideal _ of wifely, motherly,  womanly qualities and unflinching  devotion to duty whichuwill enthrone her forever in the unanimous love of au appreciative people. While her exalted qualities  gained the admiration of her  world-wide empire, sovereign and  held.'. The' attendance was large,  and the congregation listened with  deep feeling to the kind - words  spoken by 'the pastor, Rev. H. S.  Akehur3t. - Appropriate music was  rendered by the choir.  . In the morning at the church of  Mary Immaculate the main feature  of the service was the reference to  the death of the queen, and special  prayers were offered for-, ttie peace  and prosperity of the realm.  -* Born 'on the Train.' -*,-  - Early .Saturday morning "as, the  Portland flyer on the'O. Rt & N.  was speeding through southeastern  Washington on its way-to Spokane,  Mrs. P. T. Bulger of this city, who  was one of the passengers, gave  > birth to twin babes. The. mother  and little ones "are* now in the  Sacred Heart hospital in- Spokane  and are,doing well. Mr. Bulger, the  father,1 who is employed at the local  C. P. R. shipyards, left yesterday  for Spokane.' Mr. Bulger was on  her way'to Nelson from ��� Portland.  The event' is believed to be a  unique one for a western railroad.  NUMEROUS   ENGAGEMENTS  SPECIAL CHURCH SERVICES  +��u*  A  YESTEEDA7   THROUGHOUT.  THE  UNITED KINGDOM.  Enormous   Crowds   Gathered c at  St.  ���v  - Paul's and Westminster Abbey." -?  In New York Pulpits.  ���    - 'A  '��� 'v<  7_&  ���;*:i'  '-is_f  '*��*��*  London, January 28.���Yesterdayy '~~%M.  tar,:       '''1 *.?��__  people became so closely associated  that the joy of one was the joy of  both, the grief of ono the grief of  both.  Her long life���a strangely sorrow-  burdened���one is ended. From her  earthly dominions, she has gone to  receive a crown that shall be  eternal."  At the First Baptist church the  services were held in the morning  and there were a large number present. The interior of the church  was tastily draped with flags and  mourning of black and purple. The  choir rendered special music which  was quite appropriate for the occasion. The pastor, Rev. Mr. Morgan took for his subject "The Immortality of Love" and during the  sermon many kind*words relating to  her majesty's life and glorions reign  were spoken.  At St. Paul's Presbyterian church  the memorial services which were  held in the evening were., equally  as well attended. The pastor, Rev.  P. Wright delivered a most eloquent sermon and throughout much  praise was attributed to her late  majesty. He. also told of the  deep heartfelt grief which not  only hangs over the British empire  but is manifested throughout the  entire world. The choir furnished  most excellent music. The draped  portrait of the queen and a number  of British flags added, to the solemn  surroundings.  At St." Saviour's church very impressive memorial   services   were  -" -a Kitchener's Reports".     ' _  London, January 27.���The", war  -office has- received from "the com-  mander-in-chief in South Africa a  despatch dated Pretoria, January  20, reporting, numerous engagements, the following being the most  important:' _' ~        " *V *'���������*  "Cunningham**,was r,engaged . at  Middlefontein   and   Kooperfontein  yesterday   with    Delafey'sj force.  Babington,^ while   moving * north"  from- Vetersdorp   threatened 'the  "enemy's flank, whereupon the Boers  "retired west.  Cunningham's casualties   wereXtwo-officers, wounded,  four men killed; and*;, thirtyrseven  wounded^ -Inttlie *-*engage_ietit Jefi  Licht��nberg,\'January' 17 j;h, -"'some'  ;Yeomanryyw-ere /captured... ���These^  ,have since been_released' witli   the'  exception bf a major and three men.  N6_.details-yet to hand.      r  -  ,^,  .  _ ?*Smith-Domen;:ha^  :engagement of ?five hoursswhile, on-  ���the march from Wonderfonteih\,to  Carlin, where the Boers had been  lately 'concentrating.'' The enemy  'were in considerable * strength'' and  held the river; but were driven out.  Our losses were one officer killed5  ��� and two officers  and thirteen men  wounded."  Lord Kitchener confirms the re-^  port that 'the British train with  troops and'inilitary stores on board  was waylaid and captured at  Slijpklip, near Fourteen Streams,  last Friday, but says the Boers retired on the.arrival of the armored  train sent in pursuit.  YESTERDAY'S ' NEWS   IN   BEIEF.  Shamokin, Pennsylvania.���Isaac  May, a pione_r and millionaire coal  operator, is dead, aged 82 years.  Lima, Peru.���It   is   reliably  . f~-  throughout the kingdom all places;  of worship held services' in memory-  of queen * Victoria."  At St: Paul's -  cathedral .there 'was an   unusual "  scene.   Before 9 a. m. "an enormous",  crowd wholly attired in black came���-  from   all > directions'-to'Ythe -Yvast"  edifice, and by-10  o'clock it-was-���  packed.'* Thousands were unable to.,  obtain "admission and stood waiting./  vainly '_6n tho steps-arid   around  listening to low organ  strains'" and  muffled peal.  -The service began*at  half-past'ten:   The. most' reverend  Frederick    TempleJ   primate, "and  archbishop of Canterbury, preached,  a'most touching sermon.    . x ^ ,?."  .There' was   a   similar; scene Yat  Westminster'Abbeyi where all the  services-throughput the day were_  attended by_enormous crowds. Theyy  large assemblage' in, ,the chapel ^at '- =-  St. James1" included" princess Fred-, v.   -^  erica-'of-Hanover, prince' Francisl of   ���-? j  Teck, a host of titled people, many ^ -_  members of the'cabinet Tuid' other Y ' --  distinguished it persons.',All    .the;  Roman    .Catholic yand*     foreign^."'-"  "churches' in,-'London . belli special-%*  memorial   services. ^The  members ; '  of the French embassy attended thelf?"  French jbhu^ch and, very- 'elaliorate^  services; were^Keld at tlie- chapeD'of *"&'  the Russians embassy' by command YY:  or emperor,. _^icholas.?'5-*_g ?����� _��fe *"_ '..����-:?tl.  ��� /Everywhere particular^attention y  wasT'l>aid to the musical portion -of v;  (the;ser}Hob^Fpr;instance,s,-at ��� Lin-    ~  :TOln'.8^-Inn^cmV**^'-"Br��hm'8--"Re-.- ,  quiem" was perforrned.'-^vThe yener- s'  able William' MacDonald? Sinclair,  archdeacon of London and canon of   '-  St.  Paul's^ .cathedral; ��� preached a-. -  commemorative discourse rat-^. Can-    !  terbury cathedral. "    ���.-���,,"���'  ���*���?____  yy 7^,  <**_f  J-J.  3  -_       3- Y l.���,  ~'-J-J X-JM  '"���-y&itl  *' ik^zm  -- L~7<s��mm  . ��.^i-^3gi  r _sN  ,t.  '>-* -Cm I  - ~     "^il*!  - v      -^ ^vs_  ���f     .tf_i/_  ��� .y*$__\  '-' > 'oi^i  * - ���-w'Jwl  - *> *\ ���'J?^|  "     r^'-'S  ��*';^i4.**  . ���*���    v -.?��  */i > -,,-<Sr L  **��� ^al    <fl, F  r -.y.J-'&X  -'V  as  serted that Chili has made new and  peaceful proposals to Bolivia on a  very favorable basis and that Bolivia is disposed to accept,them.  Paris. ��� Despatches from the  northern coasts show that there  was a heavy gale over the channel  yesterday and that several small  boats were lost.  Cambridge.���The autopsy on the  body of Curtis L. Crane, who died  while boxing with Ainsworth at  Harvard University yesterday,  shows that Crane died from heart  disease.  MoNTRiOAr..���Fire damaged the  convent of the Sisters of Providence at Laprairie, Quebec, on  Saturday night to the extent of  $20,000.    No lives were lost.  St. John's.���The frozen herring  fishery iu Placentia bay will be a  total failure. The prospects of  loading the American fishing fleet  have been destroyed by the soft  weather and by a succession of  rainstorms last week. Very few  Gloucester vessels have been able to  secure cargoes, and these only by  paying large figures. At the present time herrings bring $_ a barrel, four times the usual price.  American shipowners will lose  heavily.  Pouqhkbepsie.��� Mrs. Catherine  Donovan, 39 years old, of Highland,  while walking on the West Shore  railway track yesterday was struck  by a freight train and hurled into  the river. Fortunately the water  was shallow and the railroad men  had no difficulty in rescuing",her.  She was taken on'the train to the  Kingston hospital'where it was said  tonight' that she is only slightly  bruised and will recover in a few  days. ���.*.-. y* .-.������'  Royalty' at - Church  Cowes, Isle of Wight, January  27.���Lord   Roberts ^and " William  John Broderick; secretary" of state  for war, were present* at morning  prayers in Whippingham church at,  llr o'clock.     An  hour,   later king  Edward, queen Alexandra,  and all  the * royal     personages    now   at  Osborne arrived'at the church .for  the memc*riar service.   This' was a ���  simple function, the hymns  being,  sung by an   unsurpliced choir of  school children. Sir Walter Parratt, -  private organist of the late queen  _and.organist_to*-_St._George_chapel,__  royal    Windsor,    played     several  funeral   excerpts.     The bishop  of  Winchester, who was the  preacher  for the occasion, delivered an- eloquent panegyric upon Victoria, and  declared   that   emperor   William's  action in coming to her deathbed  had   touched   the   heart    of   the  British people,  and  cemented the  unity   and friendship of the two  kindred nations.   At the conclusion  of the service all stood  during a  performance of the Dead March.  Special sermons were preached in  St. George's chapel at Windsor.  Everywhere churches and cathedrals were draped and hung with  mourning emblems. Telegrams  from the colonies and from all the  principal cities abroad where British subjects reside report memorial  services. Sir Alfred Milner was  present at the service at the cathedral iu Cape Town.  Services in New York.  New York, January 27.���Many  of the sermons delivered at the  various churches*of the city today  were in memoriam to the late  queen Victoria and eulogistic of her  character.  The Rev. Dr. Dix of Trinity devoted the greater part of his sermon to the late queen and Rev. Dr.  D. G. Vandewater of St. Andrew's  Protestant Episcopal delivered a  eulogy as a prelude to his morning  service. I. C. Heaton of the Church  of Divine Paternity, Dr. E. A. Kitt-  redge of the Madison Reformed  Church, Rev. Dr. D. S. MacKay of  the Fifth Avenue Collegiate, Rev.  Dr. W. G. Wylie of the Scotch Presbyterian and Rev. S. McArthur of  Calvary Baptist all devoted their  entire sermons to eulogies of the  queen. THE TRIBUNE: -NELSON B. C MONDAY, JANUARY 28 1901  :-"-*-  ���t i *  i) -'  li ':'���%-  li'.  V1'  i< ���  I*. v  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  HAVE YOU HAD ON THE SIDEWALK  DURING THE PAST FEW DAYS? to  ************************  IF YOU HAD WORN A PAIR OF OUR  to  to Rubber Soled Shoes .. .. t  to   v ifc  YOU WOULD HA VE BEEN PERFECTLY to  SAFE.   CONSIDER THESE PRICES:  Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black   and Tan: Regular  price $6.00, Snap at $4.50. .  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to Ladies' Rubber Soled   Shoes:   Regular price  to $4.15.  to  *$\ Same   reductions   in   all   our  stock of  /f\ Furnishings, Boots and Shoes.  to  to  to  Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black  price $5.50, Snap at $4.15.  and Tan: Regular W  $5.50,  now ifc  ifc  to  Goods, Men's *flf\  Dry  ****************** ******  to  to  to  to  | Twenty Four Silk Skirts to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Here is something for the Ladies.  Regular price $.6.00 Bargain at $ 4.50  Regular price $10.00. s. Bargain at $ 7.50  Regular price $12.00 ��� Bargain at $ 9.00  Regular price $14.00 Bargain at $10.50  Regular price $16.00  Bargain at $12.00  ALL  SHADES.  ************************  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to         ,���*��� ���>  ' -��� The Tribune is in receipt of a  letter from  George H.  Keefer, in  Which the writer complains of incivility and unnecessary annoyance  on the part of   the preventative^  '.officer attached to the customs staff  of the Port of Nelson.   From his  'recital' it would appear -that the  'writer has a grievance, but- it has  .not   sufficient   public   interest   to  warrant its publication in extenso.  -, During his recent visit to -Montreal premier Dunsmuir was "interviewed respecting' the persistent  rumors of his intention to reorgan-  _iMybh^"^oviiiciaPcabinet7~ True*:  ' the -interviewer did not- secure  much information, but - from . the  reply of the premier, that ,he could  not answer any such question at  present, it is gathered that there is  some basis for the reports.  President Shaugiinessy, of the  Canadian Pacific railway, is in the  west endeavoring to effect a flanking movement on his great American rival, "Jim" Hill. One report  has it that Shaughnessy will offer a  ten cent rate on wheat from Manitoba to lake points, provided the  government and people of the  prairie province will cast in their  lot with the Canadian Pacific in the  present struggle for supremacy.  Those who are desirous of seeing  the   Chinese' and    Japanese   evil  checked in   this province will be  pleased to note that the provincial  government has set in  motion  the  machinery for the enforcement of  the Labor Regulation  Act' which  was passed at the last session of  the legislature.   The provisions  of  this   Act   recite that it shall   be  oillegal for' any company which is  confirmed in any special  privilege  by the legislature of the province  to employ in any capacity upon any  work such as the building. of any  bridge,   making or operating any.  railway, tramway, turnpike road,  telegraph or telephone line, the con-  , struetion of any,harbor or any like  work, any person who is upable to  read the Labor Regulation Act in  porno   European   language.     Tiie  official Gazette contains notice that  all .provincial*-, constables are ap-  - pointed officers, for the enforcement  of the Act so that there should be  a speedy correction of the abuses  which are complained of in several  portions of the province.  The good town of Silverton has  got into a tangle with .the Presbyterian Church of Canada through a  write-up which the local missionary gave his portion of the home  mission field in The Westminster.  Write-ups of home mission fields  are ever a source of trouble when'  they find their way" back to the  field;referred to, and. the people of  Silvertpn^are^not likely to.make  any exception   to   the   rule.   The  missionary says several hard things  about Silverton, much the same as  other missionaries have said' about  Nelsou, but the telling does not improve the temper of its people. The  local paper has taken up the fight,  and says the town suffers from too  many missionaries; that there are  four working in the vineyard, while  'there is not work enough*for oue;  and that in any event Silvertonians  size up well with their missionaries.         ������ -  Smelter in the Market.  ' Manitoba Free Press.  President   Shaughnessy,   of   the  C. P. It., interviewed by .a   reporter  of the Free Press this morning referred to the question of the sale of  the Trail smelter.    In reply to   tlie  query as to who is now the owner  of the smelter, the president   said:  "The C. P. R. company   still retain  possession of the smelter and   reports that it has been sold are unfounded.    It is certainly true   that  the smelter has been placed on the  market and for these reasons :   The  C. P. R. purchased the smelter as an  experiment and to   bring   about a  cheaper handling of   the   products  of the mines in the vicinity, both in  the transportation and   the   treating of them.    We   were   made   to  understand that the then   proprietor, Heinze, was asking too   much.  They asked us   for   cheaper   rates  and we were willing to do this but  had nothing to guard   against   an  increase in smelting charges.  We took over the smelter and  built a railroad. - The original  charges were, I believe, $11.50 per  ton. We reduced that to $8.50, including treating and freight, and  _vgain reduced it down to $50.50 per  ton.   We were told that when thit\  was brought about the output front  the mines would be about 2500 tons  per day.   It has never been more  than 700 tons so far as I know, arid  when a further reduction in  our  charges was asked for, we decided.  to put back the smelter on the market and let the mine owners see if'  they could get cheaper rates than  we were able to give.   This is the  whole matter."  "It is reported that Mackenzie &  Mann have out-bid the Gooderhara-  Blackstock syndicate," said the reporter.  ''Mackenzie & Mann have nothing  to do with it," said > the president,  "and, as I said before, we still own  the smeltei-."  TO INSTRUCT RAILROADERS  A Unique School.  A special car with a staff of instructors of the. International. Correspondence School, of Scranton,  Pennsylvania, arrived in Nelson on  Saturday night. It is now on a  sidetrack near the Union depot,  and will remain here until Wednesday, during which time the instructors will deliver lectures both  morning and evening of each day.  Although _ this school teaches over  thirty branches of study, the instructors who have just come to  the city only impart knowledge in  connection with railroading. There  are. now on the continent of America tf6ver 50,000 students in connection with the railroad department  of this school. This is one of six  cars, which travel over every  system of the continent and stop  at the various centers to deliver  lectures to the railroad men. There  are a large number of railroad men  in Nelson and vicinity who will  attend the lectures.  - A. G.' Kiuyori, late of the Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, is the instructor,' and D. Love of the ' Chicago' . & ��� North western is' manager,  while J. T. Lindsay is the instructor  of the engineering department.  * This car carries" the full equipment for operating three locomotive  engines, -ten*'passenger and fifty.,  freight cars/ '    '   ,  The engine room contains a boiler;  carrying 140 pounds pressure, one'  eight inch and one nine and a half  inch , Westinghouse air pump; an"  Ohio injector, a Worthington water  pump for supplying .the .boiler, the  most modern type of. Detroit-lubri-.  cator, the dynamo for supplying  light-for the car, and the dynamo  for operating-the 2000 candle-power  Pyle's National Electric headlight,  the rays from which are so powerful that on�� a dark night a man  could be easily seen crossing the  track 800 yards in front of the  engine. ��� - '  The main portions of the car contains complete and sectional apparatus , arranged along, the 'sides in  such a way that,, beginning on the  left hand side as you enter from the  engine room you have the brakes of.  car No. 1 and making'the circuit of  the car you reach the brakes of No.  50 exactly opposite the point from  which you started. On the ceiling  is arranged ' signal piping' for ten  ears. All spare spaces between are"  occupied by sectional 8-inch' and  9i-inch air pumps, governors,  engineer's brake valves, plain and  quick acting triple valves and  many other accessories.  .^���>a^a^.N_t  I!VINE & CO  ************************************  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ��� ���*  CLEARANCE SALE  PREPARATORY TO STOCK-TAKING  COMMENCING  Monday, December 31st  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  HOSIERY, DRESS O00DS, SUES,  TABLE LINENS,  TOWELS, MILLINERY, MANTLES, FURS to  CARPETS, CURTAINS, REMNANTS FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS AT BARGAIN PRICES..  .   (f\  to  to  MANTLES���Ladies Jackets, Coats and  . .Golf Capes at less than cost.  FURS���Balance of our Fur stock at  25% Discount.  DRESS GOODS & SILKS���We offer  our stock of Dress Goods and  Dress Silks at, 20% Discount.  Silks for Evening Wear, a large  stock offered at 20% Discount.  ************************  SKIRTS-Ladies Ready-Made from $2  upwards.  BLOUSE WAISTS���Our full stock of  Ladies Waists at half price.  MILLINERY���All our Ladies Trimmed  Hats to clear at Half price.  LADIES COSTUMES-Ladies Tailor-  Made Suits, we will sell the  balance at Bargain Prices.  CARPETS & FLOOR OILCLOTHS-  20% Discount during the sale.     ^  WINDOW SHADES���At greatly re- "?  duced prices. . Bargains in odd /i\  pairs of Lace Curtains. * *  MENS     WEAR���Mens    Fleece-Lined  Underwear from 60c each, up.  Bargains in Mens Ties, etc.  Remnants of Silks, Dress Goods, Prints, Flannels, Table Linens, Carpets, etc., at less than Half Price.  ************************   CO.  /$V   ���      ^~, " A  - ^^^m_\_7*���^_L *'__������___* ____L * ____L *______ * ���____[. *____! * ______ ***____:  * _��_Y *0^ * (____: *00 ��� 4**___T m^���^ ��� f=   * ���_5__*��> *_______ *_^___t *______t*_^___*V * ^^^* ^**^. ��� ^^^#^^___S ���_______*_______' *___���___'*_______' *___S_S^#,^___k *-______ ^___��^^r  /    ^^*\m^K. * ^**^K *^Bk * ^^ *^K * ^^ *^^. * ^^k *^^ * ^^ *^fct * ^^ "^^k^ ^^K *^^^* ^^ * * MM0 * ^���Xl* dW0 * 0t0* _Wt * M0* ___^ * _tf^* ___^ * 0���0* 00 * 00* 0���t * ^0* ^0 * ^0 * ^f  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson ,  American aijil European Plant.  JYelson Saw and Planing W|ills  Limited.    .   .  CHARLES HILLYER, HARRY  HOUSTON,   ,  ."    -   President and.General Manager.    .      s Secretary-Treasurer  -    All Communications to be addressed to. either of the above.  MEALS  25  CENTS  BOOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  26 CENTS TO *U '  QUEEN'S HOTEL  ���*���*'   .   BAKER STREET. NBLBON.   .  Lighted by Electricity and Heat-  "        ed with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  tlrsb-olaag  dining-room. Sample noma for ooininerolal men.  ���'   RATES S2. PER DAY   "  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE CO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************  . We aro offering at lowest priced the beatr  fradoH of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  'eas.  Our Bea*\ Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound  ?  40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choico Blend Coffee, 4 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Coffee, fi pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Cotfec, fi pounds  1 00  Special Blond Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  BlrSi-EirCrClarK��,-Prop.  '.      LATE OF THE BOTAIi BOTB^, OAXAART  tyadden House '"MsgU-f  '  The onlj hotel In Nelson that has remained  Tinder one management alnoo 1890.   -  - ���  The bod-rooms are well tarnished and lighted  hy electricity.  The bar la always stooked _r the beeb dom a-  Mc and Imported liquors and olgars. -  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MoMANUS, Manager  We are prepared,to Furnish <*  by Rail, Barge or Teams .;'  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  -  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING    .  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STOREFRONTS  -     DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices before  purchasing' elsewhere. _._,,_______________._,  ' OFFICE: .CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.    -  FACTORY: EALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   HILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  P. Burns & Co.  WHOLESALE TRADE  .ERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rnHORPE & CO., LIMITED.-Cornor Vernon  -A and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in cerated waters and  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephone 60. ���  "...   .ASSAYERSV SUPPLIES;  W* F. TEETZEL & CO.���Corner Baker and  ��� Jodophine streets. Nelson, wholosale deal  ers ln assayers supplies.' Agents for Denve.  Firo Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.-  COMMISSION MERCHANTS,,  HJ. EVANS ft CO.-Bakor street, Nelson  ���   wholosale    doalors- In 'liquors,' ��� olgars  comont, flro brick and flre day, water plpe^aud *  steel rails, aud general commission merch-iats.  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY. 8c CON-  SI RUCTION COMPAN Y���Wholesalo dealers in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, eta, Houston block, Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  ���DUAOKMAN - KER  MILLING   COMPANY  *��  ���Cereals, Flour,-Grain, Hay.   Straight or  mlxod oars shipped to all   Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all  Edmonton R. R.   Mill  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  rlnolpal points on Calgary-  at victoria, New west  " Bar stooked with beat brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large oomforb*  able roomq.   BirBtwslasfl table boa A.  Hbad Offiok AT  NELSON, B. 0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  KOOTENAY COFFEE GO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Ask Your Grocor_  for New  SWEET   GIDER  for Mince Pies.  CIDER VINEGAR  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  Markets at  Nelson,  Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Ne-  Deuver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Oitoy, Mid  way, and Vancouver,    ��   a  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ,, ., all kinds or /       h "     ���'������  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson g#  ��   TRAVES,  Manager  flROWRfl RV MAW. RWimiVlB aARTmrOTa AND PROWPT ATtTnTTrinw  ROaSSUAIND , BNpiINBBRIiNG  WORKS  CUNL.IFEE ;& MeMIL-iiAN  Founders and Maohlnlste, Specialty of' Ore 'Cars, Ore-Bin Doors and General Mining Machinery.  List of Beoond-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and la ae good  as new: -  1 2*1-13. P. Locomotive-typo boiler, with engine attached and .all fittings, ready to turn on steam.  1 bl"x8" Double-Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist, built by Ingersoll Co.   -  1 Sinking Pump, .No. 5 Cameron. New York. . ���*-  1 Slnkiuic Pump,tl0"KS"xl3", outside packed plunger pattern. '   '  'Watch thla'advertnemenL for, further lists, or wiite ua beforo you buy for complete list.   We  FRESH AND SALT MEATS. ,  P    BURNS 8c   CO.-Baker  street,   Nelaon.  ��� ^"wholesale dealers In freehand anted meats.  Ccdd-tacacte.      GROCERIES.'  A MACDONALD 8c CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall streets, -wholesale grooorn and  'obbei-a In blankets, glovea, mitts, boots, robbers,  macklnawa and miners' sundries.  OOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY,   LIMI-  TED���Vernon   Btreot, Nelson,   wholosale  grocers. ...  JOHN OHOLDITCH & CO.-Front Btreet, Nel-  > son. wholesale urrocara.  _son,jwholeeale_Kr<**er8.  JY. OHIFFIN ft CO.-Front street), Nelson.  ���   wholesale   dealers   In   provisions,   oured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS 8c CO.-Corner Baker and Josopblne  ��� streets. Nelson, wholosale dealers In hardware and mining supplies,  Powder Co.  Agent- for Giant  T AWRENCH  Li  Baker St.,  HARDWARE    COMPANY  . Nelson, wholosale doalers ln  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbera'supplies. -  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rnuRNER. BKKTON &��� CO.-Corner Vornon  A and Josephine streets. Nelson, wholosale  doalers In liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agonts  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and (Jal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary. -���  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  -QAMILTON. POWDER  COMPANY-Baker .  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  ing. stamping i���"-"   *  "������   '"   es&le dealers Ti  blasting apparatus.  sporting, stumping and black blasting powderai  wholesale dealers In oaps and fuse, and eloobrlo  Home Grown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Shrubs  Vinos, Bulbs, Hedgo Plants und Seeds.  Extra choico stock of Peach, Apr'cot, Plum,  ���f"hcrry and Prune Trees. New importation of  flrsG-clasg Rhododendrons, Roses, Clunatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.  80,000 to cIiooho from. No agents or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspect ion charges.  Greenhouse planus, agricultural Implements, fertilizers, bee supplios,. etc,' -Largest and moat  complete a'ook in the provinco. Send for cat  alogue before placing your ordtrs.  Address..  M. J. HENRY, Vancouver, B. C.  W-tlte Labpr Only. (  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWBB- AND BOTTLSBfl OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  We��" W^.       ���**��* ���* ����!����>��  A. R. BARROW, A.M.l.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  may have just what you want.  Agents for Northey Pumps.   Stock carried,  P.  O.  Box 108.  THIRD AVENUE,  ROSSLAND.  W SMUT COSTS BUT ONE OECTIggSMS.  MM^BM^i_M_�����M__������B_BM_H���_a__i____K_^__MM_MM_M���_^M_B__ ^  To drop ns a post card that we may call and give estimates.  It savea many dollars.  Never  have any plumbing done until you have seen our'goods aud onr prioes.  OPPOSITE  p.VHTOFVrOW.  STRACHAN BROTHERS, Plumbera.  Gone. VlotoxU and  P. O.Baxm.  MO,��  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  WORK*.*.*  EXPERT H0R8E8H0EINC.  Special attention given to _U kinds of repairing  and custom work from c\__do points. Heavy  bote j__tfo to order en b_oi< notice.  P. J. RUSSELL  Buyer and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prioes'  Prompt Returns  Fair Assortment  Ship by Express. NELSON, B. O.  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS.  LIMITED-Corner Front and HaU uta^eta.  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  ln sash and doorsi all kinds of factory work mads  to order. ,  WINES AND CIGARS.  /CALIFORNIA. WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  yj ��� TED���Corner Front and Hall streots, Nelson, wholesale dealors In -wines (ease and bulk,  '���ind dnuMftMa and duDarebod flbmra.  '  ANTI-CHINESE RESOLUTION.  .  [  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a regular  meeting held on Saturday evening, December  22nd, 1900, all members of Nelson Miners' Union  No. SC, XV. F. M., are requested to use every  legitimate meanB  To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or Indirectly. All union men and others  who believe in making this a whilo mac'.i country, are requested toco operate in giving effect to  tho aforesaid resolution.   Uy order,  NU.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 othoia in sympathy with it, are  requested to govern  themselves   apcordlngly.  By order,  TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nelson, December 22nd.   &*. CARRIE-Architects.   Rooms  ��od fi Ate-da-a block, Baker etreai, Ne-wa.  Era.i  ar"yr"rr^  ���;��� *t vp?_--A"- -a-, r *;��, .-li -jrcttf'��'. i -1  <*'l-*Vi.-3*.'-.*iV,.-,)i>.t. THT2 TRiBTTNE: NELSON B. 0 MONDAY JANUARY 28 1901  8  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST  UNPIV-DBD PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Goorgo A. Drummond Vioe��PreBldcnt  E. S. Clouston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH'  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches ln London (England Nkw York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities In Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available ln any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRKNT BATE OS* INTERK8T PAID.  PROGRAM   OF   EXERCISES  THE CANADIAN  BANE OF COMMERCE  ��� - with wnicn is amalgamated  THE BANK  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  $8,000,000  -  $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $66,000,000.  For Saturday, - February- 2nd.-V ,  At a   well   represented meeting  consisting     of   citizens - and "representatives of the various organizations and societies of the city, held  at Fraternity Hall yesterdays after-?  noon, the preliminary "steps were  taken for the holding of appropriate public memorial services^ of respect to the memory of her late majesty the   queen.   Mayor   Fletcher  presided and after a few well chosen  remarks regarding what   was   expected of the citizens in the way of  commemorating the death   of ,the  sovereign, those present got   down  to business'.   S. P.   Shaw   was appointed   secretary.    After   a   long  discussion it was decided   that   an,  executive committee of   ten  members should be appointed   to   look  after the entire   arrangements   of  ceremonies.     The   committee   ap-Y  , pointed   was   as   follows:   Mayor  Fletcher,  chairman;   S.   P.' Shaw,  secretary; Grange V. Holt, John J.-  Malone, Fred, Irvine, D. W. Rnther-,  ford, Fred Starkey,. James   "Wilks,  C. J. Clay ton; W. J. Bradley,' chief*  _Tl.ompson, and    Charles . Hillyer.,,  "The'meeting   then" adjourned   to.  ~ leave,the matter in -the   hands   of  the executive, which will   meet'' at  the fire hall at 4 o'clock this   afternoon. ���- ���..���>."'  ��� ^Immediately   after   the   general  meeting the executive held a short,  session.    After  some 'discussion  it  was resolved on motion' that his/  worship the mayor request the miue  managers of thisY district to grant  their employees a holiday, ou ,the  day of the funeral. Those'whom the  J secretary.-will notify, iri1; this respect  are E.  R. YWoakes, Highland  and  Kootenay mines, Ainsworth; Henry  Roy, Silver .Hill   miue,   Crawford  Bay;   Bruce White, Molly Gibson  mine, Kokanee creek; captain Gifford, Silver King mine, Toad mountain; E.   Nelson,   Fell,   Athabasca  mine,  Morning mountain;   captain  Duncan, Duncan Mines Syndicate,  Nelson;   J.   J.   Fleutot,   May   and  Jennie mines, Forty-nine creek,.aiid  R. R. Hedley, superitendeiit of the  Hall'Mining _c Smelting Company.  There will of course be a number of  miners and "others * whom^the secretary will be unable -to- notify, but  his worship would be pleased to  'have a general observance of the day.  It   was    also   resolved    that  the  ceremonies on the day of the funeral  would^begin promptly at 11:30 a. m.  At present it is expected that the  . ceremonies will be held on Saturday,  -February-2nd,'and_if^hot_on'_that  DIRECTORS:  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,  President. Vice-President.  XV. B. Hamilton   M. Lkggat   Jas. Ckatiikbn  John Hoskin, Q.C., LL.D.  J. W. Flavelle W.E.H.Massey A. Kingman  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  B. E. Walker, J. H. Plummer,  General Manager. Asst. Gen. Manager.  A. H. Ireland.  Chief Inspector and Superintendent of Branches.'  London Office, eo Lombard Streot, H. 0.  S. Cameron Alexander, Manager.   '  ���  New York Office, 16 Exchange Place.  Alex Y Laird and Wm, Gray, Agents.  BRANCHES OF THB BANK IN CANADA  ..*   -.  Ontario.'  Ayr  '  Ottawa  Barrik.  Paris -  Belleville .>  ,           Pakkuill              ���' ���  Berlin  s Peterboro -         -"-  Blenheim  ,  Port Perry  Brantford  .'���> St. Catharines  Cayuga  - ^    Sarnia  Chatham  .Sault Ste. Marie  Collingwood  Seaforth ���  SIMCOE5*- f- '     *  Dresden  Dundas  StratpoSd  Dunnville  StratHroy    ���  Fort Frances  Toronto (8 offlcos)  Toronto junction  Galt  Goderich  . Walkerton  Guelfh  Walkervillb  Hamilton  Waterloo  London  Windsor  Orangevillb "  Woodstock  Quebec:    -  *~-      Manitoba:    -  Montreal Winnipeg*  Yukon District:  Dawson     '   '      White Horse  British Columbia:  Atlin Nelson*  Cranbrook "        New Westminster  Rossland  Sandon    i  Vancouver  Victoria  Fernie  Greenwood  Kamloops -  Nanaimo  $2,500,000  $2,458,603   $ 1,700,000  D. B, Wllkie, General Manager.  E. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Blook, 221 Baker Btreet  J. M. LAY. Manas;-.  in spoliation or in preventing people from acquiring the results of  their own skill and intelligence. It  seeks to provide permanent employment at a proper wage, to shorten  the hours of labor and to prevent  public lands and property being  appropriated by a crowd of greedy  sycophants who have not the least  right to absorb them.  The spirit of true unionism is not  confined to the   manual   labor.   It  can embrace all classes as   long as  they possess   the   natural   human  feeling to assist and  benefit  each  other.   It was this same spirit that  animated the reformers of all ages.  Men of the humblest as well as the  highest ranks of life have been   enlisted in the cause*-and  under   the  banner  of  liberty   and   -freedom.  The greatest social revolutions that  have now passed into history  have*  ;been accomplished   by these men  and it is a matter * for   great   congratulation   to    know    that    the  strongholds of coercionand tyranny  are being undermined and  that in  the near future the spirit  and  act  of true unionism will find* room to  expand   itself   in   every    civilized  country.. ',  1*^ 2^^^ ^*<3 2=3^ <B'^ ^i^ ^=3'^>Si^ <B  e'^g-:@  ^ ��� *=���_, ��� ��^ ^_�� ��^^ ^^^*I  : ^ -S^ ^*^y^;'  After the Battle Smoke  of the��Holiday Trade has cleared  away it is well to come back to the  every day business of the year as  quickly as possible.  - *_xm  �����_  _ A?a  y-sl  m -y  '0$.--:-*:i  p*, y  **************************  ��� ������  ���IS KINO  WE HAVE THE BEST MADE PIANOS IN CANADA.  THEY HAVE STOOD THE TEST IN KOOTENAY FOR THIRTEEN YEARS  .   y CALL AND INSPECT THEM.,     -* ^  **************************  IN THB "UNITED STATES:  New.York, N. .Y.  '.      Seattle, Wash.  -San.Francisco, Cal.     Portland, Orb.*  1 v     - -   _ "Skagway, Alaska.  Bankers in'London���The.Bank  of   Scotland;  . ^ 'Messrs.'Sinith,'-Paynb'& Smiths.  'Bankers In New Yprk���The American Exchange  4 -National Bank. - ' .  Agents in Chicago-r-Tho' Northorn Tiust Com-.  pany.       V        V  Agents 'in New" Orleans���The Commercial ��� National Bank. - , r  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:    *  '   Interest allowed -on deposits. . Present ,rate-  tlireo per cent.    , .    l     "''-'���'.     ' ,*-, i  . GRANGE V. HOLT,^,   ;  ,' Manager Nelson Branch.  date due notice will be given to the  general public.  Lieutenant G. S. Beer will parade  No* 2 company of the Rocky Mountain Rangers from the armory on  west Baker street. Fifteen minutes  prior to the moving of the company  the bugler will sound the^call  -throughout the city. ^As the  company moves forwards-he several  societies are expected^to fall into  line. Dr. Quinlaiuwill be requested  to act as marshal^auring the parade.  It was decided that the public  83rvices   would  recreation  be   held    at    the        grounds,   where    the  clergy^of the different denomina-  tiqn's are* expected to.- deliver short  ^dresses.  ; I - TRUE   UNIONISM.,.,  .   By Peter Shonfeld.   '  Every ' workingman, no matter  how superior or humble his position  may be, should take a decided  stand in favor of labor reform. The  benefits and advantages, that have  already been "obtained as a result of  labor agitation have certainly influenced every one to a certain degree. Anyone, therefore, would  show a very mean spirit to partake  of the benefits without assisting  the cause. The spirit of "True  Unionism" that should animate all  is ''each one for every one and God  for us all." In early times there'  W$s fljii actual union of employer  and employer for mutual benefit,  but as employers grew wealthy and  largely extended their operations,  the interest in their workex's decreased until now. apparently  little' thought is bestowed lipon  them except to consider how jto  eprew out the greatest amount of  work for the apiajleet wage. When  unionism was first established and  gradually advanced  the  wealthy  employers' .viewed with"*alar'm -the  'progress-"that - was-.Joeing, .made.;  They saw that organization meant  a mountain, of strength and by  means of" bribery and corruption  induced-the legislators in every  country to*-enact harsh laws to repress the growing reforms. . *  As the whole industrial system  and social condition of the ' breadwinners changed in the interests of  the employers, it "became necessary  to relieve ;the - strain before the  muttered, grumblings swelled into  an eruption! The most intelligent  men and friends of the laboring class  have striven'for years tot alter the  degrading conditions. The���ma~jority  of the leaders, act in a conservative  manner, relying upon 'the slow but  sure process of education to accomplish the greatest and* grandest  revolution that has ever taken'  place.. The transition is gradual  and may not accord ��� with' some  -belligerent spirits,-but_the_lpeaceful  warfare will assuredly prevail in the  end.       '   . .  True unionism penetrated' to the  roots of social decay and having  discovered the cause of social  degradation will leave no stones  unturned until the evils are eradicated. True unionism endeavors to  stop the frightful abuses that are  prevalent with regard to female  labor aud to present the immolation  o" millions of poor children in the  drudgery of the factory or mine.  It seeks to place the father in  such a position that the children  may live happy, healthful lives and  have an opportunity of gaining  such physical and mental strength  as to'fit them to occupy superior  positions in the futureT* True  unionism believes and asserts that  all men are born with an inalienable right to life, liberty aud happiness as long as the liberty does not  degenerate into license and that  the life is manly and moral. Instead of allowing labor to be stigmatized as mean- and lowly, true  unionism insists upon the doctrine  that "Labor is noble, Labor is holy,"  and instances that the greatest  men that ever lived have sprunc*  from the ranks and were most'  earnest devotees at the ' shrine of  labor. The harmony of true union-,  -ism is advanced by its teachings, of  temperance and charity. It deprecates the sensual indulgences of the'  rich and inculcates the highest degree of love and charity to their  dependent 'fellow creatures.' It  precludes the idea of indiscriminate,  charity which���..:debases mankind,  and seeks to make all men independent by their own honest labor,  so that there would be no necessity  iqy.my.one';.���to .live., in _ astate of  indigence'ahapbverty.  '"���&?:.*'?.���, ���  True unionism does not believe  Matters on the GoMt.'  Captain Gore, who' has been on a  trip to Portland, Oregon, returned.  to the. city Saturday . evening,  accompanied by his niece, Miss E.  M. Gore, who will remain here for a  few weeks. - In speaking -of the  times at the coast cities, Mr. Gore  said that everything had an indication of prosperity. The passenger  traffic on the western lines is, exceedingly good, and trade in general seemed - to be improving continually. A large number of-people are gathering in 'all the coast  ~citiest ready to take . the - first  steamer to Nome and-other points  in'Alaska. There was one feature  of the coast 'district that impressed  Mr.' Gore. very much, and it was/  thatfof the' fine condition- of -the  climate.-' It was exceedingly  springlike, and in many places  Jflower's wei-e.in full bloom.  JACOB DOVER, The  Jeweler.  Our Jewelry and Watch Department is in full swing. ' -   Mall Orders receive our, Prompt Attention  ���t_, ��^^ ���^����� ���^2^ ���^^���'Csi ;^^ *^^ ""*''''����� * ""-���''4 *^*f")'S;"Sk *  WE HAVE  Improved     Incandescent  Mirror     Globe   ' Lamps  Now    in'. Stock.     They  Improve    Electric   Light.  Fifty **per   cent.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  & CONSTRUCTION CO.  Nelson, B. O.  0. W. West & Co.  COAL!      WOOD I  Hard Coal  Anthracite  ���10.751 gSST"-*  _D__I__,I-V-"*_*IR'H3r>  ���6.15  THE  1 _ ' ��� ���>       ( "*  Mansfield Manufacturing Co.  f -  '    -r   y- nelson, b. c.  ____________________________mmm_mmm  Builders and,  1 Contractors  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  .Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg' to ask for a continuance  "of the patronage which you have heretofore1 extended'them.   Hy  _aim will be at all times to supply^you with our products at lowest  possible prices.' Being in a position to manufacture goods ln larger  quantities'' than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  Klowep^flgure.,?>'-;   ,y. - ,     \ 'y   -.   '.'_ t   " r  " ��� '-"'-It -Ms*1 our'-Intention to install" machinery to-'manufacture our-  , marble' products, and next season we shall be ln a position to supply  theseprodu'ets at reasonable rates.        --     ������ ���  *    - ' ... '..������>> ,  V 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. 0 *  We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders.  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd  MORRISON & CALDWELL  GROCERIES  AND  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can be accepted unless aooompauled  by cash.    Offloe:  Corner of HaU  aud Baker Streots.  TELEPHONE 33.  Lethbridge Gait Coal  The bead' value (or the money In the market  (or all purposea.  tkbmb o-sn     W. P. TiKBrar, General Agent  Tnlaohnnn UT.   Offloe with C. D. J. Ohri-Me.  Surpassing  Display in  Fall Suitings  PROVISIONS  OUR LEADERS-  The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter  In nil sized packages and 1 pound bricks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spicesf  [US.] -.-fHENRI G. JOLY de LOTBJ_^a_H_ii'  CANADA. "��� v ,  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  VICTORIA, by the draco o"t Obd/of -the United  Kingdom   of Great   Britain   and j Ireland,,  Queen, Defender of the Faith,"&e., &c, &c.  To'our Faithful the members elected 'to"serve in  the Legislative Assembly of Our Province of  British Columbia at Our City of Victoria.���  Greeting: ������  A PROCLAMATION.*  * '*      *    *  ^ H. A. Maclean, , *\TTTHKREAS^ AVe  Deputy Attorney-General./'���� . are .desirous  and resolved, as hood at may be. to moat our people of our Provinco of British Columbia, and to  have their advice in Our Legislature:   *  NOW KNOW YE, that for divers causes and,  considerations, and taking into consideration tlie  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects. Wo  have thought lit, by and with the advice of Our  _ )in you, and oach of y  on Thursda/. the twenty-first day. of February,"  Executive Council do hereby convoke,'and by  these presents enjoin you, and otch of  ono thousand nino hundred and one,  Us in Our said Li  said Province, at Our Cit*  Us in Our said Legislature or Parliament of_^Our  said Province, at Our City i  DISPATCH OF BUSINESS."to treat, do, act,  ou, that  'ebruary,"  you meet  jnt of-Our  of Victoria. FOR THE  and conclude upon thoso things iwhicJi in Our;  Legislature ot the Province of British Columbia;'  by the Common Council of Our said ^Province'  may, by the favour of God, be ordained.'  In-Tkstimonv Wiibrkof, We have   caused"  these Our Letters to bo made Patenc aud tlio  Great Seal of the said Provinco to be hereunto affixed :^ ~ .  "Witness,'tlio Honourable Siu Henri,Gus--  '   tavk Jolt dkLotbiniekr, K.C.M.G.,~Lieii->  tenant-Governor  of > Our said - Province of'  British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in  Our said Piovince, this seventeenth day ot  January, in tho year of Our Lord "one thousand nine hundred and one, and in tho sixty-  fourth year of Our Reign.  _ By Command. "   -  J. D. PRENTICE, Provincial Secrotary.  IS  Pkovincmi. Sccketarv's Office,  17th January, 1901.  HONOUR, Hi's   Lieutenant-Governor- In  H_._  Council, under the provisions of tho "Land  Registry Act has been pleased to establish at  the City of Nelson, in the County of Kootenay,  a District Olllce for the Recording of Instruments  and Registration of Titles allocting real estate,  situate within the County of Kootenay.  Thc.namo of the said registration district shall  be the Kootenay Land Registration District.  Henry Fry MacLeod, of the City oi Nelson, solicitor, lias bcon appointed to perform the duties  ot the said District Ofllco, which shall lie open  for the tiansactiod of business on'and aftor the  second day of March, 1!J01.  By Command.  J. D. PRIONTICE, Provincial Secretary.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  -TO-GKO.-H.-LAMMEHS,_J.Jt,_CKANSON,_Or_tp_  any person or persons to whom he may havo  transferred Ids intorest In the Harvey Joy  mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson  Mining Division.  You are heroby notified that I have expended  One Hundred Dollars In labor and improvements  upon tho above mentioned   mineral claim, in  order to hold  said  mineral  claim  under the  provisions of tho Mineral Act, and if within  ninety days from the dato of this notice you fail  or refuse lo contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, togothor with all costs of advertising, your inlorost in Bald claim will become tho  property of tho subscriber, under section four of  an Act entitled "An Act to Amend tho Minoral  Act. 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December, 1900.  LAND   NOTICE.  Notieo Is horoby given, that thirty days aftor  date 1 intend to apply to tho chief commissioner  of lands and works for permission to purcliase  tho followln  west of tho  described lands about two miles  All the fashionable creations  in Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings;  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street. ���   FRED J. SQUIRE. Manager.   Arthur gee  MERCHANT TAILOR.  THEMONT HOTEL BLOCK,  Large atook of high-class Imported goods.  .   slalty of th"  ���--_-.-l__.j__  fashion In ooata.  specialty of tha square   shoulder-  id goc  ������tne  A  latest  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Street, Neison  Nelson:   Commencing nt; a  post^ marked AV". J. Reaven's S.. K. Cornor Post  Tuesday to Saturday  FEBRUARY 12-16,1 1901 ;y  EIGHT CURLING CONTESTS  ���Under the Auspices of the   Kobtenaj?'Curling���  Association .   '; - '       ���  HOCKEYJQURNAMEWT  For Benton, Junior, and Ladles'. Oiani_>ionship3  of JBrltish ColumbiaY Y '��� :'.{. *  SNOWSHOE RACE��  SKI RACES  SKATING BACTiS,.  For Provincial Championships and for'Mon and.  -Boys ...  CUTTER AND DOG RACKS   ".'  Coasting Contests -' Carnival Masquerade--  $3000 in Trophies and Prizes $3000  Rates of a Single Fare tor the Round. Trip on all  Railways.   For further paritentara see posters  and programs or address      H. W. C. JACKSON  Socretary Carnival Committee, Rosaland, B. C.  g described  City of'N-    1AV.J. Boa'  planted at S. XV. cornor post of H. Solous' purchased Lot 009, Group 1, on tho high water line  on tho west bank of Kootenay river, thouco north  20 chains, thenco west 20 chains, thouco south 20  ".hains, more or less to tho high water lino on  niTtli bank ot Kootenay river, thenco following  thu -Tioandering of tho aforesaid river in an oast-  orlvda'^ctlon 20 chains moro or less to point of  commen^u'.ont., 9on^lag^^i__vas��r  10Dated at Nc'laon tills 24th day o'f December, 1900.  ���,%,,;Y   LAND XBASE NOTICE.  Notieo is hereby itiven. that within sixty days  after tho dato ofthis^notice, 1 Intend to apply to,  the assistant commlssi'oner of -lands and work*.,  at Nelson, for a lease of "the folio wingdescribed  land, for the purposo of opening up and working  stone quarries, situate about, two miles In an  easterly direction from the.City of Kaslo, West  Kootenay District: .������_ _      ;,-  , ,    '_���'_-.���  CommencingatapoBtplanted on the lake shore  marked " J. A. Knaufs N. W. cornor.'V running  thenco east twenty chains; thenco south twonty  chains; thonco west twenty chains, more or less  to the lake shore; thence north along the lake shore  to the point of commencement; and containing  forty acres more.or l&ss. ..���.;, J.* A. KNAUr.. ,  Dated Decembor 19th, 1900. :   ' ���  Mrs.D. B. Murray,graduate,in vowil and In-  Btrumoutal inusio. u now prepared to receive  pupils for instruction in voice culture, Italian  method; alBO piano and organ. :   -���  ������For.terms and farther particulars apply ����m  5, A. Macdonald building, oorner JoaoiJhlne and  Vernon street).  E!-B-l  Bl  NELSON MINERS'. UNION NO. 96. XV. F. tf  M.���Meets In miners' union' rooms, northeast corner Vlotoria and KooteuaratreetB. every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.-visiting mem  i *_%\\  ���y��1  Wilkes, ' Socretary. -.-Union Scale oj-W���a_��  fob -Nklson District���Per shift, - machine . ���- ^r  men, $3.50: hammersmen miners, $3.25; muckers, Y* -" vYj  carmen, shovelers and other underground labor*?"' Y~;��3��  era, $3.00. . - -   .-"     ,     -*"-';"���<?-TSgi  ���y-'d|  *Kf*K��  corner of ^Victoria and Kootenay atreotfl,,on tha  first) and third Thursday .of each month, ab r r-P:"f-.  7.90 p. m.- O. J. Thorpe, President).'' J. E. Mathe-" rMnM  son, Secretary,     ^i,    _.        -   -,      ..,;-,    .   -_'? \JgU  THB  - are  meeting  eld on We  'of the Carpenters' Union '  uesdayVevenlngjof; each  ��� ...*__*_  week, at 7 o'clock, In the Miners' Union hall oorner  vlotoria  and ��� Kootenay streets.- Charlos'  ; Clayton, President'John MeLeod, Secretary.  BARBERS* UNION.-Nelson Union: No. 196,Vf ''-i  the International Journeymen Barbers Cm--- $__%__  Ion of America, meets every first and third Mon-. .-.,j��� '  dayof oach mouth in'Miner's Union Hall, corner ���-":^...;  of Viotoria and Kootenay streets, at 8*30 P.m. *i'?'*~��^3|  sharp. - 'Visiting brothers cordially' invited to.rYY-fM'l  attend. .It. McMahon, president; J. H.'-'Mathe-rrj^'sI  son, secretary-treasurer: J. C. Gardnor,recording '-\'Pvi  secretary.,;   r. ^       , ^   % ,      ,    ^^> ,   ;-^|^|  LABORERS' -UNION.-Nelson LabororsVPro'i f^Q0!  ytectlve Union, No. 8121.A.F. of L., moets in  ' "  '���"..9(1  Hall, Oddfellow's block, comer of Bft-I-j > ���M"  otonay streots, every Monday evening,: "  -    .  .m. sharp. Visiting members of uia Ameri-..    ?f.e I  at730p.i . ��� ..._..._,  can - Federation   cordially invited  to attend.  -   =(_?���  John Roberts, ro," '".'J  Jamos Mathew,-President.,'  cording seorotary.^   ���;  < 'MX  NKLSON-PAINTERS' UNION-The regular L ^|.  meeting of the Painters'> Union is heli "'-"'J'L  the first and third Fridays in"each month at Mln- ' -"ltJlm  ers' Union hall at ..7:30 sharp. J. H. MUlward,  President; Will J. Hatch. Secrotary.  COOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION -Regular  meetings on the second aud-fourth Tnurfl-"  dav-8 of oach month, at 8 o'clock ln Miners' Union  ..hall.   Visting brethern cordially Invlfed.    C. F.  Bell,  president;   J.   P.' Forestell,   secretary  treasurer.  PLASTERKRS' UNION-The O. P. I.  172, meets every Monday evenlni  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley st  A. No.  ln  the    'tn. at  8 b'clook.    J.   It.  Mover,   nresident; William  Vice, Hocrotary, P. O. Box (ilC.  fa  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. NO. S3, A. F. ft A. M  Meets second Wednofday ln eaoh month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  y  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIASr- Nelaon Lodge, No  25, Knights ot Pythias, moets in LO. O. F.  rBal  Hall, corner  Tuesday evenlui  ker and Kootenay streets, everj  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, visiting Knights  oordlally Invited lo attend.   F. J. Bradley, C. C;  at 8 o'clock.     to attend.  J. A. Paquotte, K. of R. & S.  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���'  Hold their regular meetings on tbe first and  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights aro cordially invited to attend. G.'A.  Brown. R. K.; A. VV. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel.  D.S.C.  ���M-ELSON-Ij.-0.-I_,-No.-1(B2. meets lu 1. O. O. F.^=  <t'   Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay streots.  1st and 8rd Friday  of eaoh month.   Visiting  brethern oordlally Invited.   XV. XV. Bradley, XV  IS., A. Mtnty. Reoording-Socretary.  CORPORATION OFTHE CITY OF NELSON  APPLICATIONS WANTED.  The undersigned has boon authorixed by  resolution of tho city council to ask for applications for tho position of chief of the Firo Department of the City of Nelson. Applicants will  Mtate ago, nativity, oxperloncc and where,  whothor married or single, and give recommendations from chief of department where  now employed and from underwriters. Mark  applications: "Application for Chief of Fire Department," and address  J. K. STRACHAN. City Clerk, NolBon. B. C.  Dated January 2nd, l'JOl,  Notice of Application  7 '������!'���.   *,   y  License.  to Transfer a  Notieo Is horoby. given that I intend to apply  at tbo next sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners of tho City of Nolson for permission to  transfer my retail liquor licen��o, for tlio picmlses  situate on the oast -half of Lot .. Block 2, in the  City of Nelson, and known as the Grand Hotel,  to Gustavus Nolson.    ' ���". JOHN BLOMRERG.  Dated at Nolson, li. Ci this 3rd day of January,  1901. '������: -"--' ���'���: '���-.  Witness: Thomas Stmkb.  Notice of Application to Transfer a  ���'";' :*:;*"--y'-h*'  License.  . Notice Is horeby given tbat I intend to apply at  tho. next.sitting.of.the Board of License Commissioners oftthe Citj-v5of Nolson for permission  to transfer my retail liquor license for tho premises situate on tho west half of ImI t, Block 2, In  theCity of Nelsou, and: known as the Glue Pot  saloon, to Thomas Sproatt.      GUS. NELSON.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 3rd day of J anuary,  1901.   -* *.'.' ;:-  .* Witness: John Blombekq.  NOTICE.  Rossland,B.C., November9th, 1900.-  To F. B. Salisbury :  ENQLNEEB8.  nHARLES PARKER���Mining and milling en-  O^Mr, Toni��_Maokh-Book.Bftkar-trtMt.  Nabon,  Salisbury! on which he has'neglected to pay his  share of tho expeneos ot tho annual assessment.  work.  To wit: *  ���  A one-half (J) Interest In the "Bunker'Hill"  mineral claim.  A one-half (i) interestin tho "Sullivan"mineral  claim. . .  A one-half (*,) Interestin tho "Fidelity" mineral  claim.  r All the adjoining claims,  Ituated on tho west  fork of the north fork of Salmon river, ln the.  Nelson Mining Division, _L  . This action Is taken under Section 11 of Chapter 45, of the statutes of 1899 and amendments ot  imT   i;.*-*, *;   WILLIAM B.TOWNSEND,  1 Agent for William QrUatha. *s*-***sagsga^^  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, MONDAY JANUARY 28 1501  lf>3  j*-��  If -  Assayers Supplies  We- carry in stock a fail line of Assayers' and Chemists*  Supplies. The quality of our goods cannot be excelled-  and our prices are  reasonable.:^^^^^"-*^^^"     -^h*^  We aro British Columbia Agents for���I, ���  ���'  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK NKLSON,  B. C.  The Nelson Clothing House  .. Great Slaughter Sale .*  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  In order to make room for Spring Goods, I havo decided to sell/or the next thirty days all  goods in stock at greatly reduced prices. All heavy goods away down, cost not considered, and in  f-lothing, Gents' -urnishings. Hats and Caps, aud Boots and Shoes I will give from 10 to 25 per cont  discount, and all Rubber Goods at cost. .Now is the chance to partake of tho best bargains ever  offered in the Kootenays. My stosk is all new and up-to-date and the sale is genuine, so now avail  yourself of the best opportune y to get goo.t goods at less than wholesale prices. Remember this is  for only 30 days. ^���_____���___���________���  J.  A.   GILKER,  Proprietor.  from 75c to $3.50.,   ��� -.  For the balance, of this month we are offering special reductions in  Carvers, Ladies Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.  ____mm_______m___mm___t^m_____mm_mm���__m__mmm  Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL   GRAVORES  AND   ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.'  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  ~~n\t .Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish .  local and coast).' ' >  Flooring  local and coa-Ui. *   .  ? Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  -Shingles  Rough and  - Dressed Lumber  Of allkfads.  DT WHAT YOU WANT IS HOT IN STOCK  Wl WILL MAKE IT FOB TOO  GALL AND GET PRICKS,  J. A. Sayward  -U Hi Tit AND LAKE BTBKETB, NELSOH _  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OK  HENDRYX AND VJCRNON BTRKHTS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete Btock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work,,Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Ward Bros.  '  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Ofllco on  Baker Street, west of Stanley Street  .   . NKLSON.  O. D.. J. CHRISTIE  General Broker  FIRE,  LIFE AND  .ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Money to loan at &%or on the installment plan.  > For. Sale  For salo a 7-room house. Rath, sewer connection, and in flrst-class location. Can be bought  at le��s than cost if taken by oth of February.  Price and teints on application.  Tho Haywood place. Price and terms on application.  Several other good buys are on my list.  3~flf tyfootlots on Robson streot-. ?800~OCT  2 twenty-five foot lots, Observatory St.... GOO 00  For Rent.  7 Room House, Carbonate Street $30.00  6 Room House. Mill Street  25.00  A Ground-Floor Ofllce  23.00  The Hayward tlace.  See uiy list of Real Estate.  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Removal Sale  We-are removing to our new  premises, but can fill all orders  entrusted to us during the next  .ten days.  Amir 0. Ia. IaKlNNOX. Roltetkor. Nation B. O  CHINA HALL  We carry a complete  line of  CHINA, CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  BAR FIXTURES  COOKING UTENSILS  McFarland & Brockman  Canada Drug-BookCo.  Umlted.  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 for Girls.- Will" reopen January 15th. Terms moderate. For term I  and prospectus apply to  MADAMOISEXLE KEEN, fttaoipaJ.    ,  RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT  Captain Troup's Trip to Montreal.  Captain Troup,' superintendent' of  the Nelaon division of the C. P. R,  leaves this morning for Montreal,  where he will, hold a., consultation  with the head officials of the.' com-  pany. Since the Canadian Pacific  'has bought out the Canadian Pacific  Navigation Company's steamers,  which operated from Vancouver  along the coast, it has beeu rumored  that captain Troup was to be appointed to the position of manager  of this system. When Mr. Troup  was asked concerning the matter,  he said: "I have nothing to say  concerning it," and further than this  he declined to give out any information. It may be that his trip to  Montreal is -concerning his promotion.    About Beady to Move.  The new union depot is now completed except a few minor details,  which will'be finished in a day or  two. "The local C. P. R. staff, which  at present occupy the frame building at the corner of Baker aud Falls  streets, could have moved into their  new office yesterday but owing to it  being the last of the month, the  time when there is the most business to transact, they have decided  to remain in their old offices until  after the first of the month. Tlie  telegraph plant is being installed in  the train dispatcher's office on the  second'floor of the new building,  and Mr. Hamilton, who at present  has his office at the old station, will  move into his new apartments in. a  day or two.  Resumption of Work.  The work upon the coal pockets  and sand store rooms which are, to  be erected to the west of the new  roundhouse has been retarded owing  to more important business  having  to be done.    Work upon the building was renewed on Saturday and a  large amount of the frame was put  in place.    Operations will be .continued steadily until the building is  completed, which will be in two or  three weeks." The long string of  piles on which the building will be  erected  have   been   driven   and a  track has already been  laid upon  them. ________  The New Tug.  It has been decided to launch the  new'tug which is being constructed  at the ship yards about the middle  of next week. On that occasion the  public will be invited to attend the  demonstration and listen to the  ceremonies which will be performed.  What the boat will be named has  not yet been decided.  New Platform.  A transfer platform is to be  erected between the two tracks  whicli are situated immediately" to  the south of the new freight sheds.  This will save a, great deal of Work  in connection with' the shunting of  cars. The freight shed platform  which is now 120 feet long is to be  extended west another! 00 feet.  to go to Sandon, tickets at single  fare will be available at all points  along the C.-P. R. line, and will -be  good returning Friday, February  1. The .Nelson hockey team and  one rink of the curling club will go  to participate in the various contests. The following rink has been  selected and- they will leave this  morning: J.YKirkpatrick, C. Archibald, J. C. Hodge, aud W. Richardson, skip. The 'following is the  hockey team that has been selected :  goal, S. Neelands; point, C. Archibald ; cover point, C. Jeffs; forwards, J. A. Wetmore, O. Nace, A.  Perrier, and "J. Thompson. Mr.  Wetmore has not decided whether,  he will go or not. The team leaves  tomorrow morning, and play the  Rossland team tomorrow evening.  *w  A Request From the Mayor.  ���His worship the-mayor=has issued:  the following self explanatory proclamation, and there is not the least  doubt that every citizen of Nelson  will respect it: "To the citizens of  Nelson:���As a token of" respect and  expression of our sorrow for the  loss of our beloved queen, I would  ask all the merchants and citizens  to drape their places of business  with appropriate mourning as soon  as possible and keep same until  Sunday, February 3rd."  The Sandon Carnival.  The midwinter carnival to be  held at Sandon opens today and  extends until Friday. This is one  of the events of the season and  promises to afford great amusement  for those who attend. The weather  for the past week has been of a low  temperature and it is said'that the  ice is in excellent condition.' Many  of the hockey and curling teams  from' outside parts 'will go up to  Sandon. today.    The program, has.  ���u~������ ����' ������.an��o^   +l-ia+   int-j.faai-.ntr    citizens conunoa toineir neaeaua a  been 80   arranged   tnat   lnteiesnng    been taken to the general hospital,  events will be held each afternoon!    '   and evening.   For those who-wish  Hard on the Boers. __ .  Leo Thelih of this city has just  received an. interesting letter from  W. Cooke, who is now doing active  service in South': Africa, having enlisted with -Strathcona's" Horse.  The letter is dated from Bethulie  hospital, Orange Free State on December 19th, 1900. It reads as follows.: ,   -*  "  "Just a few words to let you  know, that I am still alive and intend to live. I think the Boers  tried to put me out of action about  three weeks ago, but they didii't  make it stick. I got a nasty wound  in the right knee, but I have nearly  recovered. If I ever get a chance I  won.'t do a thing to the first Boer  that I meet after this. He will get  it rubbed in good' and hard. Some  of our' boys pulled" three Boers'out  of a trench and dragged .them for  half a mile by. ropes which had  been placed around their-necks. It  is needless to say that they did not  live long. I don't feel- sorry for  them any more wheu I see how  mean they are. Why, they think  nothing of - shooting you from a  house or trenches where they are  flying the white flag."  A Reply rroin the Qovernpr-General.  Ou receipt,of the news .of the  queen's funeral on Tuesday morn":  ing, Jauuary 22nd, the mayor wired  a message of condolence from the  citizens of"Nelson to his-majesty  king Edward VII.' On -^Saturday  his worship received the .following  expressive reply:  .Ottawa,. January f^Otf^-To:-the  mayor of Nelsons I am directed by  the governor-general .to inform you  that his excellency has - been commanded by his,majesty,therking, to  express to-you and; the .citizens of  Nelson his .- majesty^s -_ ;>heartfelt  thanks for your kind .message of  sympathy.  .(Signed)   . Captain Graham, ���  Governor-General's Secretary.  i i     -  ���>  Blanks Had to Be Returned.  The application forms to be filled  in by those who wish to enlist in  the Baden-Powell constabulary in  South Africa will not be.ready for  the public for some little time. They  were sent out a week or so ago from  Ottawa, but had to be. recalled  owing to the death of the queen, it  is thought. The< .words ''His  majesty" will have ;to be ��� substituted for the words "Her majesty."  Just when the new forms will arrive in Nelson is not known. -  -   OITY_LO0AL_NEWS.           _E3I.   _B"3TEGRS   cfe   CO,  _^r_B__iSO_sr  KASLO  &J_J_TI3C3__T  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Ageqts for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TELEPHONE 27 stare, Corner Baker and Josephine Stieet  PERSONAL.  Joseph   Dixon   of  Pilot Bay is  registered at tho Tremont.'  O. Summersides of Winnipeg is  registered at the Queen's.  R. Hamili of New York and John  Buckley of Sandon are registered at the Madden  House.  G. N. Miller of Phoenix and D.  Burns of While Horso are "registered at the  Phair.   '  M.  Young of Lethbridge, D.. D.*  Stewart of Winnipeg and P. P._ Wallace of  Toronto are registered at the Hume.  James Neelands of the Office left  last evening for Victoria, from where he will go  on a two months' recreative tour through  California.  A. L. Young of Souris, Manitoba,  arrived in tlie city Saturday evening en "route to'  Los Angeles, California. He spent yesterday  with liia brother, constable C. W. Young.  "Jack" Ross, who some time ago  went to Kamloops with tho hopes of being iui-  �� roved in health, returned -to Nelson on baturj  ay evening.   He is looking quite  health has improved considerably.  James Russell, who was seriously  injured in a coasting accident a few days ago and  who is being treated at the general hospital, has  been in an unconscious state since last Friday.  At a late hour last evening he was very low and  tlie doctors say that there are but little hopes for  his recovery.  An   accident   occurred   on   the  steamer Moyie on .Saturday after-Moon on her run -  from Koo'onay Landing. Alma Bell, the four-  year old daughter of K, Bell of Montioal, slipped  on the lavatory threshold and -lu .falling broke  her arm. Dr. Doherty was summoned to attend  the sufferer upon tho arrival of the Moj le in this  c'.ty.    "The  building  on  Baker   street  lately occupied by Mos��rs. Kirkpatrick & Wilson,  and which is being lemodeled Into two oflircs, is  nearly completed. Hugh Cameron, insurance  agent, who will occupy the west portion, expects  to move into the now quartern on Wednesday  next. He claims that ho will have ono of the  finest oillces in Nelson.  The Waverley social club has decided to hold a ma-alt ball at tho opera houso on  Monday evening, February 11th. Tho oommittoe  on arrangements has been appointed and consists  of W..II. Wall, J. V. Morrison, B-1<\ Clark, F. _>.  B Vroom, W. 0 Stevens, W. N, Poole and <'. A.  J-Jertedict, The invitations will be issued in a few  days. Wambold's orchestra will'furnish.-the  music and refreshments will bese*rved.  The epidemic of la grippe which  prevails'throughout tho city was never known in  the history of Nelson to be so general 'as* It'Is at  the present time. There-is a large number of  citizens confined to their beds aud a number have  en taken to the general hospital. Yesterday  F 'McMaine of tho Royal Bank of Canada and  I Mr. McRae of tho Bank of Montreal were confined ln the Institution.        ''  '      ���-.'-   '   .>   '   '  He is looking quite well and his  proved considerably.' He will take  charge ot his duties in tho C. P. R. telegraph  office today.��  '  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.  Cash paid for scrap iron, brass  and copper.   Nolson Iron Works.  To let���Furnished rooms in Carney block.- Reasonable rates.  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer  barn ou Vernon street.    Telephone  call 85.  Wanted ��� To rent four or five  roomed' cottage.    State   terms."   H., Tribune  office.  Por Rent.���Two fine offices centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal. '     <  ; Two large, well-furnished rooms  to let.   1 and 5 Macdonald block, corner Josophlno and Vernon. , _       >  Two typewriters for sale, good  Condition, Remington and Dunsmore.   Apply at  the Old Curiosity Shop. ��� ' *-  Wanted.���Five or six room* house  in good residence part ot 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 lo smelter. Apply to.George F. Motion,  at Nolson Wine Company's store. '*  A' lad who has* served some time  at the-printing trade can find a steady situation on applying to "News," Tribune office.  "New lot just in."���For fresh  randies, fruits, nuts, etc., cal] at the Bon Ton  Confectionery, Baker.street, Miss A. L. Klink-  witz.  Wanted.���Free milling gold properties in British Columbia. Andrew F. Roson-  berger, Nelson. B. C. Phone No. 101, K.-W.-C.  block. ' ,  " ' ���  Complete life of queen Victoria.  Best book. Best torms. Outtlt mailed on receipt  of 15 cents. Address 3. C, Miller & Co , Poitland,  Oregon.  ' Eight-roomed .house, partly, furnished, to rent in the Hume -Addition, either to  one or two families. Apply Mrs. Hartwig, Hume  Addition. :  Prospectors    having    promising  mineral claims are requested to call at The Prospector's Kxchange. Nolson, B. C, room No. 4,  K.-W.-C. block.   Phono No. MM.  For Sale���Profitable hotel business and real estate, known-,as the 'Royal hotel,  corner of Stanley and Silica stroot. Apply to  Johns 8c MeLeod, Royal hotel, Nelson.  For sale���Lot 10, block 17, 30 foot  frontago on Victoria street, two houses on  property. Prico 92800, terms easy. Address  Frank U. Graham, care of Matheson & Graham's  barber shop,  Miss "Von Der Worth���Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Gives advice  on commercial Iinsiness aud mining; 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   1  acre tracts,. Price and tTins reasonable,  It Counts in Results  Bu.M.nuitt  ���____w.  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  Mice Sweet Butter  Good Fresh Eggs  are our specialties. The/ ensure a delightful freshness in  all you cook, and attractive  daintiness when it is served  on your table.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10  K-W-C Baker Street  WINTER CLOTHING  ��� ������  at Great Discount Prices  OVERCOATS offered at from 10 to 26% Discount.  NOBBY WINTER SUITS, All-Wool and Serges, at -.-  from 10 to 26% Discount.  Always willing to Bbow Goods.. No trouble.   Hvery Garment Quaranteed.  THEO.  MADSON,   Baker Street.  SMILING  20 or 40   J.   Apply  llosenberger, room 4, K-W-C  SAVE YOUR  SIGHT  WHILE.  THERE  IS TIME  SAVE YOUR  -I SIGHT  ;   WHILE  ZTHERE  Vis time  or address A. F.  Blook, Nelson,  Consult IV. J. Harvey, P. O. M. C.  I.. Professor ��*f Optbalmology, Do 3tor of Optics  and Scientific Optician, about those headaches,  pains in tho eyes, eyes crossed or diverged, visual  defects on tbe fitting of spectacles tliat are absolutely correct, at Mel .can's drug store until February ilth.  Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 5.  WilfredYE.' Law, manager of the  Kamloops Drug Company at Kamloops. B. C���  who for many years bad bpen suffering from a  complication of visual defects, makes the following statcmant in his letter to W. J. Harvey, F. O.  M. C. 1: "1 havo much pleasure in testifying to  the efficiency of the glasses you lately prescribed  for me. Thoy are much better than anything I  have ever worn."  REMOVAL  1 ��� Dr. -'Morrison,  Dentist, has removed to his  new offices in tbo K-W-C block.  ARE THE;FEET ���  THAT ARE  WEARING OUR\  DONGOLA,  KANGAROO, OR  BOX CALF SHOES  We  have provided styles for  all shapes of.feet.  Mail orders   receive prompt  attention.  JSTeelands ShoeCo,  W. J. HARVEY, F. O, MPC;LV  Proffesaor of Ophthalmology, Dcctor of Optics, and Scientific Optician', of Toronto, '  ay bo consulted free about those Painful Eyes, Headaches,.Eyes Crossed o*r<Dlvergedj-Double or  Indistinct Vision, Loss of Muscular Power, or the Fitting of Spectacles that are Absolutely ���    ;  Ctoreect, at a F.McLean's drug store.until Saturday) February fith, Hours: 10 to 12 and 2 to 6,    j  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  -,   Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  -r-a-TTTTTTTTTTTTTTT fTTTTTTTVTTT^ITrTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTrrrrrTTTTITTTTTTTTrTrTTTTTTTTTTrTTY-TTTTTinrr.. T . , .. 1 ... .[  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  No. 4, K. W. C. Block, NELSON, B. O.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at tbe Exchange.  Free-Milling* Qold Properties wanted at once for Baatern Investors.  Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send samples of their oro to the  Exchange for exhibit ion.   Wo desire to hear from all  claims in British Columbia.  ) desire to hear from all prospectors who have promising mineral  Prospectors and mining men aro requested to inako the Exchange their headquarters when  in Nelson.   i  'All samples should bo sont by oxpress, Propald.   Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to  Telephone 104 ANDREW F.  ROSENBERGER,  P. O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C.  -TT*aTTTTTTTTTTTlTTTTITmxiTITTTIIlflllHIIlIJXEU mmmrmitllTrmmnTi T1a  FROZEN UP  ���������  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor. -  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   " POMMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  ���y:yy B~oi:ingaa&Pism, ;.-.-.,  We have known watches  in cold climates to "freeze  up" while in the wearer's!  pocket.   They would run  air right and keep time in  a warm place, but owing  to the oil in the bearings  _-beingold and partly congealed they would freeze  up When exposed to thel  cold.   Perhaps that is the  trouble with yours.   If so  it needs cleaning and fresh |  oil. / '     ���-  If Brown said so, It's right.  T. H. BROWN  Baker Street,  JEWELER.  NELSON ]  CROW & MORRIS  Baker Street, Nelson.  f   i  WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL ....  TOBACCONISTS  Sole Agrents for  TADD_"S TOBAOOOS        i  After February 1st the name of this'firm j  will be changed to Brown Bros.  Branches at Rossland ar,d Creenwood,   -  >*********t:t  See our special assortment of Cigars  and Pipes.  Cigar and Cigarette Holders  '    -    and Cases. ; <  Tobacco Pouches of all kinds,  , and Smokers Requisites.  *  All the best brand- ot Imported  and Domestic Cigars.  BBB and Loewe Pipes.  ********* *a  COME AND  SEE  THEM  ���    WH CAN STJIT'YOU  ALL PRIOOSI


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