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 ?$m.  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  ���;���-��    "a���T "    ���.    ** -"  ���   ** �� .��.*.,** _   ^ -j,J .a, v-^Jrj ��t^sA^,lhJj>*"�� t��'>i_ll^.vfe*^'"-'  WEEKLY EDITION- BY.MAIL^;.^ s  TWO DOLLARS AYELAR^:   > ���  SlsSSS^SiSa*;  NINTH YEAH.  NELSON: THURSDAY,MORNING JANUARY 31 1901  price "-mveR cmT&  FBOM COWES  TOjMEAD  The Naval Line Will Be Extended.  GATHERING OF  WARSHIPS  EIGHT TORPEDO BOATS WILL LEAD  THE PROCESSION.  Battleships and Cruisers That Will Participate���Maffniflcent Dia.'olay_  Arranged.    %$$$&._%  Portsmouth, January 30.���The  warships are assembling for Friday's  great naval pageant. The arrangements which have been completed  provide that eight torpedo boat  destroyers will lead the procession  from Cowes, followed by the royal  yacht Alberta, with the queen's  body on board. The royal yacht  Victoria and Albert with king  Edward and queen Alexandria and  the English royal family, the royal  yacht Osborne with other royalties,  the imperial yacht Hohenzollern  with emperor William, the duke  and duchess of Connaught and  others, the admiralty yacht .'Enchantress and a Trinity House  yacht with the officials on board.  The main squadron of battleships  and cruisers will be'moored two  and a half cables apart in one line  extending from Cowes to Spithead.  * The channel fleet, under command  of vice-admiral sir Harry Houlds-  worth Bawson, will form the eastern portion, and the reserve fleet  under rear admiral sir George Henry Noel, will form the western portion. The foreign war vessels are  to be moored southwest of the British ships in the order of their arrival and alongside of them will be  moored eight British gunboats���  the Antelope, Gleaner, Shipjack,  Leda", Rattlesnake, Alert, Circe and  Speedwell.  After leaving Trinity pier, the  Alberta with her attendant escort  will steam along the deep channel  between the coast of the Isle of  Wight and the single line of battleships and cruisers. The main line  will be as follows, beginning at  Cowes: Alexandra, Camperdown,  Rodney, Benbow, Collingwood,  - _ Colossusr-Sanspareil,���Nile,���Ho we,  Melampus, Severn, Galatea, Bellona,  Pactolus,Pekorus,Diana, Conqueror,  Arrogant, Minerva, Niobe, -Hero,  Hood, Trafalgar, Resolution, Jupiter, Hannibal, Mars, Prince George,  and Majestic.  On arrival at Portsmouth the  royal yachts will remain in the  harbor that night. Minute guns  will be fired by all the ships in the  Solent and at Cowes, - commencing  when the Alberta leaves the pier.  Each ship will be directed to cease  firing immediately after the tail of  tbe procession has passed her. After  the procession has passed the  Majestic, the forts and ships in  Portsmouth harbor will commence  firing minute guns and continue  firing until the Alberta is alongside  the wharf. No standard will be  displayed and ensigns and Union  Jacks will be at half mast. The  bands are to play the funeral  marches of Chopin and Beethoven  only. The national anthem will be  played.  On the approach "of the proces-  * sion the ships will be manned and  the * guards and ' bands will be  paraded.' The officers will wear full  dress and the men " No. 1 rig " and  straw hats.'. Tlie guards will present arms as the Alberta passes  each ship, and then rest on their  arms reversed until the procession  has passed.  A detachment of marines and the  admiral's band will be on board  Nelson's old flag ship, the Victory,  lying in Portsmouth harbor. All  the sea front and dock yards will  be manned by marines and sailors,  while Barrow island is'to be manned  by boys from the training ship St.  Vincent and men from the gunnery  ship Excellent, y *  The Spanish .battleship rPelayo,  ��� Spain's    representative    at    the  funeral, is commanded by captain  Diaz Moreau, who was commander  of the Christopher Columbus which  was lost in the battle of Santiago^  - Curling and Quoiting.  Of late considerable interest is being taken in the curling department  of the winter sports of Nelson. Several challenges -have been . issued  and arrangements are being made  for new games. A rink composed  of clothing men has challenged to a  friendly game any other rink of  the club. The rink consists of W.  Irving, F. J. Weir, B. Walleyand J:  H. Wallace, skip. The quoiting  club has also selected two rinks and  have challenged any two other  rinks of the club.   The   rinks   are:  B. G. Smith     -> C. K. Miller  W. M. Irving - J. F. Well  Captain MoMorrls B. Walley  Judge Forin skip J. H. Wallace skip  Two games were played at the,  rink last night and considerable  interest was manifested. In the  Rae vs. Tamblyn game the score  33_3 in the 12th end and in  UDra��Fi���^'ff the tieRae's vink won by  '"-biS^vw^i. The result of the games  and the line up of the rinks was as  follows:  IN THE LARDEAU DISTRICT  DEVELOPMENTS   BY   A   NELSON  SYNDICATE.  Active JPro8pecting"Work Beine Conducted and Rich Bodies of  1   Ore Uncovered.  WM��  J. Bunyai  C. G. Mills  D. S. Stanley  A Grant ���/  J. H. Wallace  .���"_;������ A; Tamblyn skip 8  W. Irving  J.J. Stooks   .  C Wilson    *  B. K. Hedley skip 13  G. Et. McLaughlin  J. Rao skip 9 ,.  : Dr. Stoddard  Dr. Hall  C. Morrison  YVV. Mackenzie skip 9  Two rinks will go to Rossland to'  take part in the" games "which are  played there during the midwinter  carnival which opens   on Monday,  February 12.   The rinks that will  go are:  C. Archibald D. S. Stanley  C. U. Mills ��� t     J. H. Fo\  G. E. McLaughlin J. H; Wallace ,  J. Rae skip      > '   F." A. Tamblyn skip -  The'rink which went to Sandon  played in three contests and was  beaten in each by one or two points.  A Quiet Wedding. .  A quiet but fashionable .wedding  took place at 4:30 o'clock yesterday  afternoon at the residence of Mr.  and Mrs.sF. A Tamblyn, when their  daughter, Miss Louise A. E. Tam-  -blyn, was united'in marriage to  William G. Lillie. The bride was  handsomely, robed in, cream_silk_  draped with costly1 lace. She "also"  wore a beautiful boquet of white  roses. The wedding ceremonies  were performed by Dr. P. Wright,  pastor of St. Paul's Presbyterian  church. Only a few of the relatives  aud intimate friends were present.  The presents given to the newly-  married couple were both numerous  and handsome. After the ceremonies were performed a wedding  dinner was partaken of. The house  was beautifully adorned with  flowers and other appropriate decorations. The happy couple left  on the 6:40 train for Rossland. They  will extend their wedding tour to  Spokane and to the cities of the  coast. On their return they will  live in Mr. Lillie's new residence on  Mill street.   ���Committed-for���Trial.���   William Hogan, the shoemaker,  who demolished the windows and  doors of his wife's residence on Mill  streot a few nights ago, with an  ax, and who immediately after cut  father Ferlahd's front door to pieces,  came before "magistrate Crease yesterday morning for his preliminary  hearing. R. W. Hannington appeared for Mrs. Hogan and A. M.  Johnstone for the accused. The  charge of mischief was withdrawn  and a new charge of omitting to  supply his wife with the necessities-1  of life was substituted. After  hearing the evidence of Mary Hogan, the prisoner's wife, and Dr.  Arthur, Hogan was committed for  trial. He was at once locked up in  the provincial jail. He will come  before judge Forin this morning.  Special Services.  The preachers of the various religious denominations of the city  held a meeting yesterday for the  purpose of arranging details concerning the visit of Rev. Mr.  Shearen, secretary of the Dominion  Lord's Day Alliance, who will be in  -Nelson on Sunday, February 10th.  It was decided that he should  preach at St. Paul's Presbyterian  church in the morning and at the  Baptist church in?,the evening. In  the afternoon at 3:45,a mass meeting will be held at the Congregational church. The principal feature  of this meeting will bo an address  delivered by Rev. Mr. Shearen.  Special music will also be rendered.  San Juan, Porto Rico.���Senor  Andrade, the former president of  Venezuela, sailed for Santiago de  Cuba and: Havana yesterday incognito. It is rumored he is intending  to meet a filibustering expedition  now on its way. -      -     ���  A. H. Gracey, who is in'charge of  the operations on the Imperial. Eva  and Challa group, situated near  Cambronein the Lardeau district  and controlled by the Imperial  Development Syndicate of Nelson,  has returned to the city after  spending two weeks at the property.  He reports that things are'showing  up in remarkably good shape, and  he expects to be able to present a*  good report at the general meeting  of "the company, which will be held  at the board of trade rooms on  Tuesday, February 12.  This is the largest property in  that district, as it contains sixteen  claims. The work "required to  develop these to obtain the best  results will be heavy, and therefore  it is probably Jone of the largest  mining undertakings in the province. At present sixteen; men are  engaged and the" work consists.in  the driving of crosscut tunnels. The  ore bodies are large and consist of ���  a parallel system of vems���.running  through?schist., It {can-be-said  without doubt that the work being  done -embraces the most perfect  scheme ot development yet undertaken in that mining division.*  Five tunnels are-being run for  the development of one vein. ' Four  of "these"are at different levels,  while the other is on a:different  part of.theproperty. The vein was  first uncovered by open cuts to a  length of 700 or 800 feet. Two tunnels have already tapped the lead  at-theJO and 70?fopt" levels respect^  ively. The tunnels are in ore. The  ores taken from the vein are free  milling, giving good gold values.  The vein also carries ~soine sulpnur-  ets which will undoubtedly have to  be treated by a cyanide process, in  addition to the treatment by a  stamp mill. At the inner end of  the tunnels the vein has been found  to be about 55,feet in width, which  apparently contains a rich payr  streak to the width of about 2d  feet. A winze is now being sunk  on the vein. If the same-good-results continue with further development, it will guarantee the erecr  tion of a 100-stamp mill.  There are several other veins on  the property, which are of a lower  grade and they run parallel to the  one that is being developed. The  location is an excellent one^ as it  has great~advantages~as'to-water  power and other facilities for the  carrying on of development successfully.    A   water   right   which  i  can be used to obtain the necessary  power has been secured.  From other information obtained  of the Pool Creek and Fish River  district it can be said that it is the  most prominent mining center of  North- Kootenay. In the district  immediately surrounding Cambrone  about 40 men are engaged.  One bf the other properties which  is showing up well is the Eclipse,  which is now being operated by H.  Jackson of Rossland. It is controlled by American capital. About  ten men are engaged. The ore,  which is of a silver-lead nature,**  gives assay values of about $80 per  ton. The iron values are also quite  prominent. i  Another property is the Criterion,  which is situated above the Eva  group. It is a free gold proposition.  The other properties along the  creek are the Alma,"Black Bear,  Wide West and a few others, all of  which were spoken of, at some  length in an issue of The Tribune  a week ago. . _ .  After Polygamists.  Washington, January 30.���The  anti-polygamy crusade which resulted in driving Mr. Roberts,  Utah's representative from his seat  at last session had an echo in the  house today during the consideration of the agricultural- appropriation-bill. When the' section making the appropriation for agricultural colleges of the various states  was reached, Mr. Landis of Indiana  offered an., amendment providing  that no money should be paid to  the college in Utah until the secretary of agriculture was .satisfied  that no trustee or teacher in the institution practiced polygamy. The  amendment came as a complete surprise. . Mr. -"King, who succeeded  Mr. Roberts, tried Jn vain to head  it off wttlfa^ point:, of order and  then inveighed against it as "simply  an aftermath of the Roberts' crusade. He insisted that polygamy  was a thing of the 'past. Mr. Landis replied by alleging that two .of  the professors of the Utah agricultural college were polygamists and  that one of.the trustees had seven  wives and 39 children. The amendment-was adopted. Subsequently  when the bill was reported to the  house the Landis amendment was  stricken out by a vote of 69 to 19.  The bill passed.  The New Yacht.  Glasgow, January 30.���In the  frame work of the America's cup  challenger already set up, 'the  Associated Press learns, are indications ' of some'" striking departures from conventional yacht  designing. The most noticeable of  these is that the^bulk of the yacht  is thrown extraordinarily far forward. The timbers at present in  position suggest ��� the framework of  the old bluff bowed type yacht  more than the modern racing  yacht, -n This appearance will be  modified when, the frames to carry  forward the overhangs are in position. But.it is certain the greatest  beam will be forward of the mast.  Every precaution is still taken to  prevent information about the cup  challenger getting abroad.  GRAND MILITARY PAGEANT  DETACHMENTS FBOM FORTY REG-  IMENTS TO PARTICIPATE.  Much Alarm Felt in London Over the  Possibility of Handling the  Enormous Crowds.  -   Wreckage Along the Coast.  Victoria, January 30.���News was  brought by the Queen City tonight  that much wreckage has been found  on the west coast. '/-Four days ago  a piece of teak,-believed to be from  a ship's���" boat, '.was picked ,iip'-'on  Bonilla point!by lighthouse-keeper  YDaykin. r~-It*had the letters' Andra  cut into' it, and, it" is believed-; to  have come from a missing, ship  which was blown, rom the Columbia  some weeks ago. On an island near  Kyoquot a pair of ores, lead, color,  ten**, feet '"long, stamped withXthe  letter "H" and a bundle' of corn  hrooms were found* ; Much lumber  of all kinds lay' on the beach'.for  miles and a number of tins of  salmon without label were found I  there. There was lumber all along I in tin  the coast. v      ' I itself  The Queen City brought another  $600 from the wreck in the bay  placers. The cutter Grant was seen  at Clooso.  ARE NOW THE CHAMPIONS  Nelson's Hockey Team Victorious.  The Nelson hockey team now  holds - the championship of the  Kootenays, as they won the game  which they played ** with the Victorias of - Rossland. at Sandon on  Tuesday night. They were to play  with Sandon last evening, but as  many of-the boys had to return_to_  their work they came home yesterday afternoon. As they came up  Baker street from the station they  were greeted on every side with  congratulations. The spokesman of  the team said that the boys did  good work and that their combin-  tion was fine. From a few minutes  after the game had started until  the end of the first half the Nelson  boys had things all their own way.  They scored four goals while the  Rossland team only scored one. In  the last half the home team only  scored one and the Itossland team,  which then played a much better  game, succeeded in scoring three  points. At the close of the game  the score stood 5 to 4. The same  team will go to Rossland on  .February 14th. D. Blackwood  "refereed the game at Sandon.  The Rossland Juniors will arrive  in Nelson this morning, and will  play the Nelson Juniors at the rink  .this evening. The home team have  put in good practice work each  night this week, and the_ game  1 promises to be an interesting one.  The ice is in fine shape.  -,    .  A hockey game was played at  the rink last evening between the  grocery and C. P. R. clerks, which  resulted in a victory for-the former  by a score of three goals to one.  The boys played hard ..but showed  very little combination. The line  was as follows :  GGNunT  Goal W. McMillian  G.Philips    Point J. Newport  u. rauuv Cover point. j H���rley  I>. Wilson.  A. Longhurst ~1  G. McDonald.. I  P.Wright..   . .f  Forwards  C. Benedict.  Referee, P. Greenlee.  .J Holmes  Whittet  Moe-  McAstokor  ( .J Ho  I .fi. Wl  j .R. S.  \C McAst  CHICAGO.���There will be no session of the board of trade Saturday  on account of queen Victoria's  funeral.  London, January 30.���The procession in London as indicated by  the war office orders issued this  afternoon will be a gorgeous military pageant. A detachment of 40  regiments, with an almost equal  number of distinctive uniforms, embracing all arms of the service, will  make a constantly changing, picture. The uniforms of all the great  armies of the world will appear,  and in addition to the brilliant- entourage of the visiting kings and  princely envoys there will be the  military attaches of the embassies  and legations. <  All the field marshals of the British army able to endure the fatigue  will ride with their staffs. The  naval corps will also" take part in  the procession, whicli will be two  miles long. -        r ,  Londoners are just awakening to  the full proportion of the obsequies,  and the result of the days of mourning, .which to numerous, tradesmen  and others means absolute closure  aud is causing consternation. Suddenly to stop every industry in the  ���United Kingdom . and to turn the  masses into the streets with millions hoping .jbo concentrate along  the two miles of the route of the  ,procession is an undertaking-which  has begun, to be fully appreciated  ,by -the police, but the public, of  London, is. dismayed sto, find^that,  Sail the great markets, Cove'nt ~Gar-r  den,.Smitbfield and others, -where,  the food of the metropolis is supplied, are to, be absolutely, closed at  the end of the.weok.- ^ - - ;-.��r ���*<*,;  Restaurants and barB will be shut  and the crowds will have to .wander  in the streets. There is a world in  living from hand to mouth;  and the closing of the accustomed  avenues for the supply' and distribution of food, drink and amusement from Friday to Monday .will  mean a loss and inconvenience that  no American city could appreciate  Loudon, learned last year how  totally inadequate the police and  military are to protect, and the apprehensions of Saturday's crush are  enough to appal Londoners, but  apparently these considerations do  not deter thousands of every rank  from flocking to the metropolis.  The Services.  Windsor, January 31.���Rehearsals of the distinctive features of_the  obsequies are recurring constantly.  Practically the whole of tlie royal  borough will be draped in mourning, whereas elsewhere only the  route of the procession will be thus  marked. The service in St. George's  chapel begins at 2 o'clock. The  body is expected to arrive at Windsor at 1:30 p. m. The route to the  chapel, which occupies half an hour,  will be lined' by troops two deep,  the Eton Volunteers participating  with the Guards. The service will  be the. ordinary service used for the  burial of the dead, with special  music. The choir will siiig from  the altar steps and the garter king-  of-arms will announce the decease  of the sovereign and all her rights  and titles. Accommodation lias  been reserved on the left of the  coffin for the princesses. The king  and other crowned heads will stand  at its head. The service Saturday  will be conducted by the archbishop  of Canterbury, the bishop of Winchester and the ��� dean of Windsor.  The archbishop of York and the  bishop of Oxford will be present.  Masses of flowers made ; up in  crosses and crowns from rare blossoms that are the gifts of royal personages down to humble posies  sent in by children, several thousands of flower pieces including  tokens from most of the members  of the aristocracy, numerous clubs,  country towns, cities, societies,  regiments, inmates of workhouses,  and even the smallest nosegays  are laid out for public view side by  side with the designs of the great  florists. Some of the flowers are  fading.  Movements of Royalty.  London, January 30.���-During the  [ morning king Edward presided at a J by emperor William X.  .meeting of the privy^ council. The  business transacted was of a" .formal  character. 'The - king signed- a  proclamation suspending business  Saturday throughout 'tlie United  Kingdom. The. closing down will  be*'so - complete that' even ;th"e  restaurants and saloons will be shut  up for four or five hours 'in the  middle,of the day. '.Some'.of the  afternoon newspapers will not be  published Saturday. .      .  Cowes-,' -January 30.���King Edward arriyed-here soon-J after four  o'clock. Count von Eulenberg, em-,  peror William's grand court-marshal, accompanied-'him. A large  crowd of spectators were present.  London, January 30.���The king  of Greece, the duke of Sparta and  the grand duke of Baden reached  Victoria station at 5 o'clock. <^They  were received by prince Charles of  Denmark and members of the king's  household. The visitors proceeded  to Marlborough House.  Paris, January 30.���-The duke of  Orleans has decided to attend the  funeral of queen Victoria. - He will  arrive in London Saturday, and on  Sunday will deposit a wreath' on  the casket containing her. majesty's  remains. < The duke's decision is in-,  teresting,5 in view" of his "message bf  congratulation to the Paris artist  who caricatured queen Victoria in  a most insulting manner, which resulted in the duke's being ostracized  in England.      .  YESTERDAY'S    NEWS   IN,BRIEF.  New York.���Hamburg, the famous stallion (of, the Marcus Daly  string, was sold tonight iu Madison  Square Garden. He brought $60,000.  WVC. Whitney bought the horse.  Shanghai. ��� The North China  Daily News asserts that while a  quantity of Chinese gunpowder  was being destroyed at Shan Kwan  there was an explosion, and" forty  Japanese soldiers were killed.' ^    ".  Caracas, Venezuela!���Tlie revo-"  lutionistsshave'been'^defeated yaear  Carupano, with numerous losses.  Two sons of general Aosta have  been made prisoners. * Mejaho and-  ��� Rojas have also been defeated.-  London.���Sir Cavendish 'Boyle,  K.C.M.G., government secretary, of  British jGuiana:sinceT1894, has beeu  appointed governor- of Newfoundland. Sir' Cavendish Boyle succeeds sir Henry Edward McCallum,  who was recently appointed govec-,  nor of Natal.  London.���A strong German force,  with a month's supplies and preceded by an advance guard of Japanese, says a despatch to the  Standard from Tientsin, has left  Pekin for Shan Hu. It is evident  that no withdrawal of the German  forces is intended, summer clothing  having been ordered for the troops.  Paterson, New Jersey.���Charles  Coleman, a colored man who was  9ent to jail here today as a vagrant,  is believed by the police to be the  murderer of a policeman who was  killed in London, Ontario, two  years ago. Coleman's description  tallies"witjfth"at~"of" the- murdererr  for whose capture a reward of  $1000 is offered. Chief Graul sent  a picture of the man under arrest  to the London police for the.pur-  mm*  B0S8GHIETER   MURDERERS  K9;j[sfe:  _-x.i���:s.*  Mm  THEY  ARE  a~       "*   '  THIRTY  * SENTENCED  TO  YEARS.  m  pp  'J0&&  BgJtg  'K^^ia*  S''&_W  Wm  mm  ig��lflji  __$8\%  -m_%  --The':''*Jndp-e'B;;St^  :Y-YY^*^^*^i  77.^s7m^mmi^m7Mmmm^mi^^^  ifpATER^^Nev^^  v'',;^.>J--^'-'"���*>��� -1-*-^^^  :3o;#w^#ie|M^Amsi|iOT  ��DeItiBand^^  ���:whOYwere';foiindfgi^w^of#muraerj&^SM^  inithesecondidegreelforithe|_3lhng^^��  of Jennie' Bosschieter " on - Octobery^^js.^^,  18th, 1900, 'by the administration |> . r*��tfl  sSi  pose of identification.  . Dewet's Movements.  London, January 31.���" It is  reported unofficially," says the  Capetown correspondent of the  Daily Mail, " that geueral Dewet  has entered Cape Colony with a  fairly strong force. The impatience  felt in Great Britain at the slow  progress of operations is not warranted, as preparations are being  made for a general movement  shortly. King Edward has sent  the following- despatch to lord  Kitchener: ' One of the queen's  last inquiries was after yourself  aud the' gallant army under your  command.'"  A Sensational Yarn.  Berlin, January 30.���The Voer-  warts (socialist organ) today printed  a remarkable; story to the effect  that emperor William's sudden departure for England was not only  due to a desire to bid farewell to  his dying grandmother, but still  more to the prince of Wales' urgent  wish to settle a private debt affair  to the emperor before ascending the  throne. This debt,' the Voerwarts  asserted, amounted to 24,000,000  marks, which emperor Frederick,  immediately after beginning his  reign, loaned the prince of Wales  in order to place the latter in a  position .to pay accumulated debts  to the amount of 24,000,000 marks.  The loaned money, it was further  asserted, was part of the savings,  amounting to 56,000,000 marks, left  pleaded' .non-vulti "eontendre, '.jto*- a.V-*���*&��?  charge of.rape, ^were^ brought^into'.-.y**^'  court of oyer and terminer heve^t^'^  'day for sentence jby"*   "��� * **--"���*  McAllister,  were each  Campbell-and  sentenced -to  B  imprisonment at -'hard Mabor^andr^r!^;^.  Kerr to 15 years'" imDrisonment-at 'j&ffikm  'r imprisonments at i.  The sentencesfare 't_te-_��$$>M  full terms of imprisonment-  hard labor.  aSwtiichipiiiil  "���.'.- iKftwfiv'i'^jai 'J^iis.:f'_fm._\  m,  the law provides  The" proceedings  plea by-Michael  attorneys'for the wu^awuu ^^w..,^��� ^i^s*  for clemency "for-his\clients; 'JSi&tj^&M  urged that in the-.cases! of ,tDeat^^y~||  and Campbell the question5 of.their^yj^l  reformation was yvp~^u~ -' J  eration by, the court,  submitted   a   petition,   signed     _w ,  many citizens, asking for mercy.for ' %S|a  Campbell, who had been**known for?'��$$  convicted"-" meiiy "^ <v^|  worthy of 'consid-^-yl*  mrt.'   Counsel also I ?&7v$  m  .'���^siSpBSgg  McAlistef,' tCampbelL: and|ppath*cv._^i  were then'tbld-tostaiidup. ^McAl-^K^Ml  ister    and   Campbeir^looked Yex-"^ '**"��"  - Judge' * Dixon,* --addressing-����� the^  three .prisoners, said: "You,,stand,1  convicted of murder-in theSsecond^  degree:- Had you been found guilty 7  I of murder in. the first'degree" the",  [ punishment would have .been death, 7  ' but'the-leniency of ,th'e 'jury in Pthe^  exercise" of .their lawful * authority  saved you fr3m the gallows." I must '<  administer the laws.as^theyare.   It -  is true these sentences will destroy-,  your lives,.obliterating; every pros-.  pect   of   an   honoarble   existence'  among the'people.   The court can- ������  not make any distinction, but must  sentence you forthis crime. I trust; -  the   fearful   consequences of   this  crime will' help   young "men   and  young women of   this community-  and ,point out to them that they  cannot   hope to  secure   happiness  outside of virtue and honor.   The  sentence of the court is'that'each'  of. you be imprisoned in the state  Trenton   at"~"hard~  ��n  WM  S?sh^|  'sftll  cpenitentiary at ��� Trenton~at*~  labor for a term of 30 years."  George Kerr was then called to  the bar and his'attorney entered a  plea of non-vult contendre to the  charges of assault.  Judge Dixon at once ��� proceeded  to pass sentence. He said, addressing the prisoner : " The evidence int  this case does not say that you  helped in adminstering the drug,  but participated in the ravishment  of the girl. In one respect your  case is worse than the oth��rs. .You  were older and had more obligations  for virtue. You had a wife worthy  of the highest affections and children for your concern, but you disregarded all and permitted yourself  to drift away from a proper  domestic life, and now you stand  here a wreck; of. vice and crime���  and such a crime 1 ' No wonder it  shocked the community and startled  every womanly aud manly heart.  That pitiless ride, that dastardly  outrage, the poor victim lay dead  by .the roadside, regardless of  whether she would be found by.  kind friends or by bea9ts.  " How gladly would I spare  your relatives, but in the exercise  of my duty I can not withhold anything which the sentence of law  requires. The sentence of the court  is that you be imprisoned in  the state prison at Trenton' for a  terra of 15 years at hard labor."  The four prisoners were promptly  removed from the court-room after  shaking hands with their counsel  and a few friends.  Moncton, New Brunswick.���A  shortage of $12,000 has. been discovered in the city's water account  collection department. Tea thousand had been returned.  m THE TRIBUNE:  KELSON B. C THURSDAY, JANUARY 31 1901  m  if  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  **  to  to  to  HAVE YOU HAD ON THE SIDEWALK  DURING THE PAST FEW DAYS?  to  to  to  IF YOU HAD WORN A PAIR OF OUR $  w  ************************  ������ -���������  to  to Rubber Soled Shoes  YOU MOULD HA VE BEEN PERFECTLY to  to  SAFE.   CONSIDER THESE PRICES :  Men's  Rubber .Soled.- Boots   in   Black   and Tan:; Regular  and  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  $  to Ladles' Rubber Soled  Shoes:   Regular, price $5.50,  to $4.15.  to  lf\ Same   reductions   in   all   our   stock  of  ijji Furnishings, Boots and Shoes.  to  to  price $6.00, Snap at $4.50.  Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black  price $5.50, Snap at $4.15.  to  to  Tan: Regular W  to  *  now to,  to  to  Dry   Goods, Men's f$\  to  ************************  ��  m Twenty Four Silk Skirts*  to to  jfjji Here is something for the Ladies. /fi  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to:  to  Regular price $ 6.00.   ��� Bargain at~$ 4.50  Regular price $10.00 Bargain at $ 7.50  Regular price $12.00 Bargain at $ 9.00  Regular price - $14.00 ' Bargain- at $10.50  Regular price $16.00 Bargain at $12.00  ALL   SHADES.  ************************  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  {_._.,.���___ _.. ��� - ������-   .. ������������������"������           -Edmund-Barton,'the first pre-  .mier of the Australian   Common-  - wealth, and the f ramer of the measure which, confederated the Aus-  ��� tralian colonies, is a descendant of  the Nova Scotia family of U. E.  Loyalists, which, headed bylieu-  ' tenant-colonel Joseph Barton, settled in - Digby in the troublesome'  times of 1776.  The i Conservatives   of    Ontario  have perfected their reorganization,  .and report has it that the   rank  ,   and file of the party have thrown  "    over the old   leaders.   This move  was deemed necessary in order that  y_the_officers_8hould_be_in_touch_with_  *   the rank and file, and also to facilitate the touching of the rank and  file for campaign contributions.  Vancouver has a new sensation-  Its people are now endeavoring to  ascertain through a public investir  gation whether one of their boasted  charitable institutions, which is  " supported by public contributions,,  is an orphans' home or a workhouse.  Just at present it seems to partake  more of the nature of a workhouse  than a home, it being stated that  the little tots are routed out of bed  at 5 o'clock every morning, and  forced to perform chores from that  till school time. Another feature of  the management is said to be ' the  regulation of the children's diet in  accordance with the amount re-  i ceived from friends or relatives for  their keep. Thus those who pay  ' $10 per month are high in the  matron's favor and get jam, while  the less profitable lodgers are shorn'  of favor and jam alike. The revolutions have made Vancouver - mad,  . and a shaking up of the institution,  may be expected.  The Laurier' government should  either make its Alien < Labor Act'  ���" ..workable or repeal it.'    At*present  '. .the protection whicli the act gives  "/to .':wage-earners - is -��� more . illusory  than real.   That such is the case is  ���fdemonstrated by therecent experi-  7 ence i'n'Toronto.'when it .was- held  .  that because the menbroughtrfroin  the United States under contract  ;were  not citizens   of   the  United  ��� States,  their . importation   was no  violation of   the Jaw> ��� Organized'  labor has not so much to. fear from  the importation of American citizens under contract as it has from  the importation under contract of  the   foreign    element, within   'its  borders.      Another    objectionable  feature is that' under' the > present  act-it not only  becomes necessary  to establish the contract or agreement; but .also to prove that the  foreigner has at some time' become  a   citizen   of   the United" States.  Organized labor, should demand an  act which will protect it from the  unorganized and foreign element in  the United States * and if there is  anything���in���the���government's  boasted sympathy for labor they  will get it.  DtrRiNG lhe past   year   the province of British Columbia and tlie  Canadian   -Yukon   produced   more  gold than'any two   states   in   the  American union with tlie exception  of the state of Colorado, its output  being estimated  by    Wells, Fargo  &   Company   at   $23,344,560.   The  production of- the state of Colorado  is given as $27,175,000, the next in  volume being the state   of California with a production of $12,383,-  260.   The world's   output   of gold  for the year is given'at $230,000,000,  a decrease of $68,000,000. . Of this  output that of   the  United States  and Canada was $99,100,733, an increase of $6,000,000 for Canada, and  of $3,000,000 for the United States.  The principal decreases are shown  in Australia, whieh fell off $6,000,-  000, and in South Africa.   British  Columbia's output of silver bullion  is given at $3,750,000, with ores and  base bullion aggregating $3,203,250.  The silver exports for the year to  China and Japan   and' the Straits  Settlements amounted in   value to  .$62,525,723' as   against $39,880,795  for the previous year, and   of   the  exports $53,091,033 went from London and $0,434,690 from San   Francisco.  .���andds tor the -effect-: that <?the -government of Manitoba contemplates  -the purchase; of the Northern "��� Pa-'  cific and Manitoba Company's line?,  some 300 odd miles of track.' This  is said to be the scheme of -premier  Roblin and - Hon.. Robert Rogers,  the provincial minister- of railways.  As the story goes in Winnipeg the  premier has had several interviews  with the railway men, and they are  reported to be willing to sell provided they get their price, and the  negotiations are said to be now proceeding looking to the leasing of  the purchased lines to either the  Canadian Pacific or the Canadian  Northern company.  OBJECTING    MISSIONARIES  Want Harsher-Measures.  Pekin, 'January 30.���The ministers' punishment committee -met  this morning-to continue the discussion of what measure of- punishment to demand for provincial officials where foreigners have been  killed. The ministers refused to  .furnish any information as to the  result of their deliberations.  A meeting of all ��� the - ministers  will probably be held tomorrow.  Three Italian soldiers, intending  to loot, entered a house occupied  by Mr. Jamieson, an American,  near the legation, supposing it -to  be inhabited by Chinese. 'They insulted ' Mr. Jamieson's guests- and  Mr. Jamison sent for the guard stationed at the -legation. In -the  struggle an Italian was wounded.  They were all arrested and turned  over to the Italian authorities, who  have requested an explanation.  The missionaries met last ��� night  and prepared final resolutions which  ���were presented to the British minister, sir Ernest Salow, 'and to minister Conger today. The preamble  sets forth'the fact "not' sufficiently  .emphasized in the note" that the  Chinese attacked everything representing progress; that-there -has  been no -adequate rebuke of the'  '-flagrant -violation r of' treaties -and  that no indemnity is asked for the  Christian Chinese who suffered  * heavy loss. Finally, the missionaries  say nothing has been inserted in the'  note safeguarding the missionaries  and they earnestly requested sir  Ernest Salow and Mr. Conger to see  that the former treaties--protecting  missionaries are reaffirmed, that  the government should be forced to  protect them in the interior, to own  property and possess passports,  compelling their official acceptance,  that friendly intercourse ; between  the missionaries and officials be  encouraged and that relief -Bhould  be found for the suffering native  Christians. The missionaries  earnestly hope that Great Britain  and'the United States will- take a  leading part in the coming transformation of China, helping the  rulers to enter upon lines of reform  which alone can save the country.  In Their-New Hall.  The Nelson Miners' Union will  hereafter' hold their meetings in  the upper portion of the C. ��� P. R.  building at the corner of Baker and  Stanley. The rooms have been  remodeled especially for that purpose. There is a large meeting  hall, and a separate room which  will be used as an oflice by the  secretary. These are nicely furnished and much more suitable than  the former hall, as it is more centrally located. Other labor unions  and the trades and labor council  will also meet there iuthe future.  preparatory to stock-taking  commencing  to  ft\ ���        UUMMiUIMUlWU- jjL  $       Monday, December 31st        j}}  (fV HOSIERY, DRESS GOODS, SILKS,   TABLE LINENS,   TOWELS,  MILLINERY, MANTLES, FURS (f>  (fl      . CARPETS, CURTAINS,.REMNANTS FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS AT BARGAIN PRICES. (f>  'flf\ ************************ fi\  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  i%��� '' "      ~~      M  t_^^^__T* ___W_7 "^^^ *-W_7 * ^^ %-W_7  " ^^ *���W_7 ��� 0^ **___Wz * ^^ *^���^ ��� 0^^ *0^^ ��� ^���^ *^���Xv % 00 ��� ��� ___��_s ��� ^^^# -^^ ��� ^^# 5__l^ * ^%* _____k ���J^___^* ____K ��� ^^* _5__-S ��� ^^^��� _5___S *______'t *_^___N *^____- **^-^_T  V *)&'4^' ^^'4^' *^*4-^4B^_\_\-t*f _-___*-1^^, _X_XXX+"^_*' ^__pr ^_^"*^_^ .__&> 4^* ^& *^*-*^ *^**^ *^&->^^ ^&<*!^_* ^^>^^ *^-*^'^^_\^-\X> *^^.*4_\�� T  ^fe* ^^^ ��� ^^ *>^^ ��� ^_^ -ft****^^ ��� >m^ *^^ * ^-^ #-^_t ��� ^^ *^tok * ^^t "%^ * ^^k. *^i. * ^^k. * ��� __H^ *'__^^* ____^ * ��0* aW0 * ^0* 00 * ���W0* _W0 * ^0* ������^ * 4���^* _*���* * 00* _^0 " 10* * ^0  ************************  CARPETS & FLOOR OILCLOTHS���  20% Discount during the sale.  WINDOW SHADES���At greatly reduced prices.' Bargains in odd  pairs of Lace Curtains.  WEAR���Mens Fleece-Lined  Underwear from 60c each, up.  Bargains in Mens Ties, etc.  Remnants of Silks, Dress Goods, Prints, Flannels, Table Linens, Carpets, etc., at less than Half Price.  ************************  MANTLES���Ladies Jackets, Coats and  Golf Capes at less than cost.  /fl ' FURS���Balance  of our , Fur stock at  fk\ 25^�� Dlscount-  _l\ DRESS GOODS & SILKS-We offer  7��\ our stock of Dress-^Goods and  glL Dress  Silks at  20%'Discount.  Fw\ Silks for Evening Wear, a large  /ii stock offered at 20%-; Discount.  to  to  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.  MENS  821 to 331 Baker Street. Nelson  American and- European Planp.  MEALS  25  CENTS  Limited.  CHARLES,HILLYER, HARRY  HOUSTON,  President-and General Manager. Secretary-Treasurer  All-Communications.-, be addressed to either of the above.  ROOMS LIGHTED BV ELECTRICITY  AND HEATRD BY STEAM  25 CENTS TO |1   QUEEN'S HOTEL  **        BAKER STREET. NKLSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrsb-elasa  dining-room. Sample rooms (or commercial men,  RATES $2 PER DAY  N|rsB E. G. ClarKe, Prop.  LATE OSf THE BOY__ HOTB-a-OAMMHY^  Afjadden House  Baker and Ward  Btreet-, Nelaon  The political atmosphere throughout the Dominion 'appears-to be  charged with railway runtora. The  latest oue comes from Winnipeg,  KOOTENAY  COFFEE QO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Jea an��J Coffee  The only hotel ln Nelaon that, haa remained  under one management alnoe 1800.  The bed-rooms are well tarnished and lighted  by electricity. -<  The bar, Is always stocked by the beat dom b-  ttlo and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager  We are. prepared to .Furnish  by, flail, Barge or Teams  DIMENSION LUMBER-  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING      ,  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  i. RUSTIC,.SHIPLAP, STEPPING  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW. STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS    ,  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our .Prices before  purchasing, elsewhere. "~  OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   HILLS: HALL STREET WHARF   ^    _____^__^_  P. Burns & Co.  -Wholesale and-Retai!   Dealers in Meats  WHOLESALE TRADE  .ERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPK 8c CO., IalMlTKO.���Cornor Vernon  and Cedar stroets, Nolson, manufacturers  of i and wholesale dealers In cerated waters and  lrult syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephone (X).  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TKKTZEIa & CO.���Corner Baker and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale deal  ers. In-assayers supplies. Agents��� for Denve  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker street. Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers In - liquors, cigars  cement, fire brick and Arc olay, water plpo^and  steel rails, and general oomui_>slon merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  xrOOTKNAY_ ELECTRIC. SUPPLY 8c.  STRUCTIONCOMPANY-  CON-  Wholeaale deal  ers lu telephones, anuunclators. bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block*. Nolson.  FLOUR AND,FEED.  IAN - KER, MILLING  -Cereals,. Flour, Grain, Hay.  P.  Head Ofpior at  NELSON, B. 0.  liar stooked with bout brands of wines, llqaorB,.  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large .comfortable rooms.   HlrslMiiaRR table- hoa A.  ************************  AVe are offering at lowest prices i he best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan'  Teas.  Our Bes4, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound  $  40  Mocha and Java Blend, .'I pounds  1 00  Choico Blond Coffee, 4 pounds  1 00  . Special Blend Coffee, C pounds  1 00 -  ' llio" Blend Coffee, �� pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  Ask'-"our Grocer,  for Hew  SWEBT   CIDER  for Mince Pies. ,.  CIDER VINEGAR  THORPE & CO., Ltd.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. O.'Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON."  NOTICE. OF MEETING.  iA meeting of tho Kelson Uborn.1. Association  will be held iu the Board of Trade rooms on  Thursday evening, the 31st lust, at 8:30 sharp,  Annual fees are due.  .BY ORDER  R. REISTERER& CO.  -BEWaa-tS AND BOTXIaaXUB 0rx  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Markets at  Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nov  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forw.trded  *^���*���*���~m���������_���^���mmmm������___������I���_-__���w.     i    ���ii--r,_ra__   ���������___-___--���-���--���  ������__���_________-_________ in    ���^������*���������*  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE! AND KfiTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY, IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson g#   Q    TRAVES,   Manager  ��� nRnnnRfl ����� MAtr.' ��wn��Tv��i nARnrnr. Aim pr/ivpt ���vnimwoM   RbSSaUAIND   HIVaiNBHRIIVQ  WORKS  CUNLIFFE & MeMILI-AN  Founders andvMachinists, Spooialty of Ore. Cars, Ore-Bin  Doors and Ceneral Mining'Machinery.  List of second-hand machinery on'hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled aud is as good  as new: , , ,  1 2'H. P. Locomotive-typo boiler, with engine attached and all lutings', ready to turn on steam.  ���    1 bl"-x8" Double-Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist, built by Ingersoll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, No. fl Cameron, -Now, York.  1 Sinking Pump, "10"x5"xl3'7 outsldo packed plunger pattern.  1   Watch this advertisement for further lists, or wilte us before you buy tor complete Use.   We  may have just what-you want,  Agonts for Northoy'Pumps. 'Stock carried.  P.  O.  Box l&S.     THIRD .AVENUE,   ROSSLAND,  2SB iSiSflIT'COSTS~BTJT ONE CE5TlffiCN^&  BRACKMAN - KER, MILLING COMPANY  ���Ceroals,. Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed ears shipped to all 'Kootenay Polnti.  Grain elovators at all principal poiutaon Calgary-  Edmonton It. R. Mills at victoria, New Wesb  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  FfiESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS 8c   CO.-Baker  street,   Nolson,  wholesale dealers ln fresh and'onred meats.  Cold stox-Ke.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD 8c CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall stroets, wholosale grocors and  'obbers In blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maekinaws and minors' suudrlos.  OOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY-,   L1MI-  TED���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholebale  grooere.  JOHN CHOLDITCH 8c CO.-Front street, Nelson, wholesale srooera.  -T���Y.-BRIFFIN &CO.-Fronb's_-eetrNclHou7-  �����   wholesale   dealers   In  provisions,   oured  meato, butter and oxgs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPEIES.  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ���   streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in.bard-  ware and mining supplies.  Powder Co.  Agents for Giant  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade  Irewery at Malson  A. R. BARROW, A;M;I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  To drop ns a post card that we may call and  Never  have-auy plumbing done until you  jlvo estimates.' It save*-many dollars,  have - seen our goods' ana our prices.  OPPOSITE  pnMTO'K'S'H-iia.  STRACHAN BROTHERS. Plumbers.  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD WORIW.*  EKP-RT HORSESHOEINC.  Conor Vtatorta and  P.O. Sax UX  McMOaBs  onsmo.m  .Special attention riven to all kinds of re;  andYcu-tom work .from.cvaJdo points,  j^ttin&aotoerfaronshui'xurttoe. -  ring  ,vy  P. J. RUSSELL  Bayer and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prloea  Prompt' Returns  Fair AS8ortm_Bt *  ship^E-pro*. NEJ__3QN,B. O. '���  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  Bakor St., Nolson, wholesale   dealers lo  hardware and mining supplios, and water aud  plumbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  qiURNER, BEETON 8c CO.-Corner Vernon  A and Joeeplilne stroets. Nelson, wholesalo  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting; stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and elootilo  blasting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.  .TJEL80N-SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  X% LIMITED���Corner Front and Ball streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  In cash and doorsj all kinds of factory work made  bo order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED���Comer Front and Hall streeta. Nelson, wholesale dealers iu' wines <oase 'and bulk,  and ilon-.ofltlo anil ImDorittcl nlcars.  ANTI-CHINESE RESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a regular  meeting >held on Saturday evening, Deceinbr-r  22nd, 1900, all members of Nelson- Miner's' Union  ���No. S6, w. F. M., are requested:to uso every  legitimate means  .To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or indirectly. All union men and others  who behove in making this a white man's country, are requested toco operate in giving effect to  tlie aforeeaid resolution. '< By order,  NELSOtf MINERS'   UNION.  Nelson, Decembor 22nd.  Tho above resolution has been endorsed bv the  Trades and Labor Council of Nelson, and all  union men, and others in sympathy with it, a:e  requested  to govern   themselves   accordingly.  By order,  TRADES 8c LABOR COUNCIL .OF NELSON  Nelson, Deoember 22ud.    '  AECHITEOm  EWART <c fl tMtfK-An-Mtorfti.   7  an4fl_U��_*3��ra block, B*kar stawfe,  m  '!B  flbpo*  i|f)E(B'.'V:o''*7*>ft"M '���a** -���*-�����-;  .*7,:*T-V.  -v^'"��-;;*gi  '     a"l''J-%  -   -" * -"i _?���_<-:  THE TRIBITM!t KELSON JR. ��� THURSDAY JANUARY 31 1901  ~..-    r.T"  i-__*  BANE OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....91?,000,000.00  BEST    7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.180.80 ���,  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  E. 8. Clouston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Streeta.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches ln London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities ln Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Tr&_i_tffi i_i_  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available ia any part of the world.  Draft- Issued. Collections Made, Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  OURRKNT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.  BLACKSTOCK   AND  BOSS.  A man from Seattle was interviewed in New York recently about  mining affairs iii British-Columbia,  and is reported by The .Tribune as  saying:     "There are one or two  men who have been conspicuously  instrumental in the development of  British Columbia.    One is Thomas  G. Blackstock of Toronto, a lawyer  and financier of ability and more  than local fame.   The other is sir  Charles Ross, a Scotch baronet of  ancient lineage and of great wealth.  Sir Charles bears a title bestowed  upon his sires by the son of Mary  Stuart, and he is the head of a  family that was ancient before the  Churchills emerged from obscurity  or the Cecils had been heard,of. Sir  Charles Ross is only twenty-eight,  but he has managed to put a whole  world of travel, romance and enterprise into his youth's summer.   He  has not lived long, but he has lived  much.     He has just returned from  South   Africa,   where he was on  general   French's   staff, during   a  part of tbe war.   If he would, he  could tell you   racy anecdotes of  that campaign.   He ranks among  the greatest landowners of Great  Britain, _and he is co-owner with  the Russian government in the richest gold mine in Asia.   The fellow  is an encyclopaedia of knowledge of  Asia, Asiatic Russia, and the Slav.'  He knows the Russian well, and he  likes him, for- Ross has enough of  the Leinster blood iu  his veins to  give   a   diplomatic   blend    to.his  canny' Scotch blood.   Out in the  far northwest we are accustomed  to look upon sir Charles as one - of  ourselves.   He,and Mr. Blackstock  have done magnificent work in developing    the    British    Columbia  country.    Ross is not only a soldier  und a diplomat, but a mechanical  engineer of-extraordinary ability.  He has harnessed the mighty Kootenay river.   The poWer'that prints  the   newspapers   and  -hoists   the  precious ores from the deep levels of  Rossland mines   he also supplies.  Past as. the ��� county, .develops you  will find  him   ahead, and. always  reaping a golden tribute as the reward of   his   foresight   and enterprise.   To my mind, Ross is'a contrast to   most of. our   rich Y young  Americans. - Vast estates and great  wealth   have been his from   youth  upward, and yet he has plunged into the vortex of business and shown  a capacity and an enterprise. little  short of marvelous."  Sir Charles Henry Augustus Frederick Lockhart Ross is the ninth  baron of that title, which was created iu 1072. He was boni in 1872,  S���educated-^at-Eton���and-at���TrinityT  college, Cambridge, where he rowed  in the 'varsity race in 1894. In  1892 ��� he became lieutenant in the.  Seaforth Highlanders,. retiring _ in  1894,":and is reported to possess  over 336,000 acres of land in Ross-  shire.  m.wffla-\  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH 18 AMALGAMATED  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA;  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  88.000.000  $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Imperial Bank of Canada  - -HEAD-OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  DIRECTORS:  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,  President. Vice-President.  W. B. Hamilton   M. Leg-oat   Jab. Crathkrk  John Hoskin, Q.C., LL.D.  J.W.Flavellk W. E. n. Mas-ey A. Kingman  B. E. Walker, d. H. Plummer,  General Manager.   -        Asit. Qen. Manager.  A. H. Ireland.  Chief Inspector and Superintendent of Branches.  Ziondon Office, 60 Xiombard, Streot. B. O.  S. Cameron Alexander,-Manager.  New Tori- Office, IB Exchange Place.  Alex. Laird and Wm. Gray, Agents.  ��2,500.000  $2,468,603   $1,700,000  D. B. Wllkle, General Manager.,  E. Hay. Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221. Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manas:.*.'  Early in the day an unsuccessful  effort was made to secure an agreement to the. conference report on  the array reorganization bill.  Twigging Wiggins.  Montreal Herald.  Prof. Wiggins of Ottawa, .still  insists* that we can communicate  with Mars. But .Tesla is before  him. The professor .should get  original and have a heart to heart  .'talk with the man in the moon, the  , next time the latter is full.  ^ .g5�� .-��_���? . ��^ a  ���^���^���^  ^=J &^=^ &^^ z___\^_l i^4 Z^4_^4 ^_l^_l^Z _^Zi^Z ^ *f^.  ^srs ^i^-J ^^ ^?^^ ^ ^^^J ^s3^?^ ^^$s^ ���s^$  ,    _*&  "'Vi-i  BRANOHH3 OF THB BANE IN CANADA  Ontario.  TOBONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.  Ayr  OTTA"tVA  Barrie  Paris  Belleville  Parkiull  Berlin  Peterboro  Blenheim  Port Perry  Brantkord  ST. CATIIARINEB  Cayuaa  Sarnia  Chatham  Sault Ste. Marie  Collinowood  Seaforth���  Dresden  Simcoe  Dundas  Stratford  DONNVILLE  STRATnROY  Fort Frances  Toronto (8 offices)  Toronto Junction  Qalt  Qodericii  Waijcerton  Guelph  Walkerville  Hamilton  Waterloo  London  Windsor  Oranoeville  Woodstock  Quebec: Manitoba:  Montreal Winnipeg  Yukon District:  Dawson White Horse  British Columbia:  Nelson"  Cranbrook    ' New Westminster  Fernie Rossland  Greenwood Sandon  Kamloops Vancouver  Nanaimo Victoria  Atlin  IN THE UNITED STATES:  New York, N. Y.      -  Seattle, Wash.   -  San Francisco, ,Cal.     Portland, Ore.  Skagway, Alaska.  Bankers in London���The Bank of Scotland;  Messrs. Smith, Payne & Smiths.  Bankers in New York���The Ameilcan Exchange  National Bank.  Agents in Chicago���The Northern Tiust Company.  Agents in New Orleans���Tlio Commercial National Bank. ��� -   SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  -  Interest allowed on deposits. . Present rate  three por cent. '    "  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.-  Francis became a widow', and last  June Mrs. Shumway .died. On  Wednesday last. ^Mr. Shumway,  while driving through'' the streets  of Williamsporfc, had to. rein in his  horse.jvhile.turning a corner to prevent' it from trampling over an aged  and bent'old woman. /.The -:flightened woman looked .up -into the  driver's face'and beheld her.former'  lover. The recognition was mutual  andiMrs. Francis accepted a seat in  Mr. Shumway's carriage. Although  both .had grown old, their hearts  were'as young .as,ever, and each,  recited the story of the years' idur-  ing which they had been strangers.'  Mr. Shumway. immediately .offered  his hand and heart to- the sweetheart of his youth. He was accepted and the wedding was solemnized yesterday afternoon. The  names on the register read W. P.  Shumway, aged 77, and Harriet  Francis, aged 75.  _ .  .  Canadian Immigration.  Ottawa, January 29.���A large  increase in immigrants arriving in  Canada is shown by a report just  issued by the department of the  interior.   The number emigrating  * from the United States is especially  , gratifying. The number of declared  settlers arriving in Canada during  the year 1899 was as follows:  United States. 11,945; English, 8576;  Irish, 1337; Scotch, 747; Doukho-  ' bors, 7350; Galicians, 0700; Germans, ��� 780; Scandinavian^ 1526 ;  French "and Yl^elgians, 5169'r Total,  . 44,543. ��� Between January 1 and  .Tune 30, 1900, there arrived in  Canada from, the United States,  8543; English and Welsh, 4129;  Scotch, 669'; Irish, 343; Galicians,  4992; Germans,476 ; Scandinavians,  714 ; French and Belgian, 253; other  nationalities,   3776.    Total, 23,895.  After Many Years.  Ithaca, New. York, January 30.���  * A romance in real life, that con-  , tains the plot of a first-rate modern  . love story, is the latest sensation  . here. Fifty years ago W. P. Shum-  , way   had    a   sweetheart,   Harriet  Mead, with whom he quarreled the  * night before the day set for their  wedding. Harriet was somewhat  of a flirt, and her' attentions to another man- piqued her lover. Mischievous friends helped on mutual  ��� misunderstandings,   and   so   they  .;.��� separated.   Harriet   married John  Francis and- Shumway also  took  , nnto himself a wife.in a far city..  Abotat twenty yaara  ago Mrs.  News Notes From Victoria.  Victoria, January 30. ���The  steamer Wallapa brings news on  the 22nd that two Indians arrived  at Port Simpson and reported to  the government agent that the  schooner Kionese of Port Roberts,  Washington, had drifted on Dundas island, and two men were found  dead in her. Clothes of children  were" found oh the beach. Names  of dead'could not be learned or how  many lost.  Herman Wooster, a tannery man  of Skeena, was found drowned Jan-!  nary 21st. He left in a skiff to go  to the sloop January 12th, and not  arriving his wife went ashore on  the 20th and informed the agent,  who instituted a search. Wpqster  Twas found floating.next day. vy  Discoveries of black sand have  been made at the extreme north- of  Vancouver island.  The Indian agent today seized 16  cases of liquors consigned to a Japanese who. is alleged to be supplying the'. Indians with liquor. ��� * It  was intended for a potlatch "the Indians propose to hold.  Work of the Senate,  Washington, January 30.��� The  shipping bill was kept at the front  in the senate throughout today. No  appreciable progress was made,  most of the time being occupied by  Mr. Turley of .Tennessee and Mr.  Jones bf Arkansas in speeches opposing the bill and severely arraigning its alleged favoritism. Mr, Jones  declared it should be entitled "a  bill to.permit a select'coterie of  ship owners to loot. the . United  States treasury." i After the speeches  the formal reading of the bill was  completed, but. the. consideration bf  amendments was ^6t enured^pon.  -WEDNESDAY'S- QUOTATIONS.  stock.                                     Asked. Bid,  B. C Gold Fields $       31 f    3  Black Tall         12 9J  Brandon & Golden Crown           8 4  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate...          74 7i  Cariboo (McKinney)          45 35  Cariboo Hydraulic      1 05 159,  Centre Star      140 115  Crow's Neat Pass Coal     75 00 66 50  California           5 3}  Deer Trail Consolidated           3 2}  Evening Star           74 64  Falrvlew Corporation           31 3  GoldenStar           2J- 2  Giant..'.           i\ 3J  Granby Smelter          40 40  IronMask          45 40  Montreal & London           5 3}  Morning Glory           9 6  Morrison           GJ 5}  Mountain Lion         40 20  NobleFlve           4 2  North Star         89 82  Old Ironsides         80 Oi  Olive         12 8  Payne         to 50  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...         33 30  Republic          50 47  Slocan Sovereign           8 5  Virtuo..*  -     32 23  War Eagle Consolidated         83 77  Waterloo           3 24  White Bear           48 i\  Winnipeg           4} 3J  Sullivan         13 12  BALES.  500 Canadian Goldfields Syndicate r.J      ..  2500 Vananda  1}  lOOOSulIivan  12}  2000 California ~.  4  1000 White Bear  41  1000      "       "      49  3000Morrlson  6-  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.  O. W. West & Co.  COAL, I     WOOD!  Hard Coal  Anthracite  $10.75|��'aNeat   $6.15  11 Coal  r>Ei__.iv_3]_a__i__>  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can be accepted unless accompanied  by cash.    Office:  Corner of Hall  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  Leihbridge Gait Goal  The beat value for the money In the market  for all purposes.  terms oABXf     W. P. Tiernut. General Agent  Telanhnne 117.    Offlnn with O. D. J. Christie.  Surpassing*  Display in  Fall Suitings  All the fashionable creations  in Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irish  Serges* Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  E. SMiiner  Neelands' Building, Baker 8treot.  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  ~  TREMONT HOTKL BLOCK.  Large stock of high-class Imported  specialty; of the square   shouldor���t  fashion ln ooata. .   -  (oodfj.  A  le  latest  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for .  "CARAMEL"   " POMMERY"  !  "SMILAX" "VIRGIN   GOLD'';  Smofciny and I-pcg. ; i|j  ��� ������  of the Holiday Trade has cleared  away it is'well to come back to the  every day business of the year as  quickly as possible.  **************************  KARN IS Kim >..  7M'77  ' m_ 7-  -��y  . ���*���  M  WE HAVE THE BEST MADE PIANOS IN CANADA.   ' I   "  THEY HAVE STOOD THE TEST IN KOOTENAY FOR THIRTEEN YEARS  CALL AND INSPECT THEM,  y   V -:"  **************************  JACOB DOVER, The  Jewelep.  [Q^   Our Jewelry and Wateh Department Is in full swing. Hail Orders receive,our Prompt Attention.  ��^_^_^i^ii^i ��Zl<^i<^__ <^__^��<^i <^t_\<^i ^L*^!_ <^l&l<2_\ eL  V ���*K^C"~*^<Z_***'��<I_^CI*>C_>CI_-*��C^  ?'0'^*^^*(__1'^^'(^^3'C_-T7'^>'(z3  -  i                    ."        .A  _____________________*____*  *_________V'Y^  -     -    ____*  _________________________X_r  ^-_XX\_XXXX\_________  l\EL_tM__.  _____________wt____w_______m-i-  HflBf'  i Ihp> _______��  /5i  W__V?      __m  Xwrn   *      SB /sg&  X_7 ^     \_\Jr~  <~~  b"^^^9J  It**- .-&��2��*_  ~i_as___w ' --"*<  '_^_tW^>-'.  ���������at?  *,.'���*  . ��� 'iv  >._  "���/���-  r "I*"'  7J&  vS-S^l , _x    t__*_____&r  y*'i:-f^i  .y^-jss  rSiSii  .-.'. >--?y#  .��--.  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  NELSON,  B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken over the business of the West < Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I hog to ask for a continuance  of the patronage Which you, have r heretofore extended them. Hy.  aim-will be at ^ all t times to supply you with our .products at lowest'  possible' prices, ; Being In a position to manufacture goods;in larger  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply, the trade ata  lower-figure.   . >  It is our Intention to Install machinery to manufacture our  marble products,, and next season we shall be in a position to supply._  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also'Keep on hand 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 1809 and also this- year. ' We also  seoured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders.  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  tor The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  Successors to  The West Kootenay Brick <�� Lime Co., Ltd  MORRISON & CALDWELL   OBOCERJES���-  AND  PROVISIONS  OUR LEADERS-  The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter  In all 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 Spices  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Street, Nelson  ROSSLAND  ���AND-  Tuesday to Saturday  FEBRUARY 12-16, 1901  EIGHT CURLING CONTESTS  Under the  Auspices of tho   Kooteiiay Curling  Association  HOCKEY TOURNAMENT;-"*  For Sen ion. Junior and  Ladies' Championships  of British Columbia  SNOWSHOE RACES  SKI RACKS   SKATING RACKS  For Provincial Championships nnd for Mon and  Boys  CUTTKIi AND DOG RACES  Coasting Contests Carnival Masquerade  $3000 in Trophies and Prizes $3000  Hates of a Single. Fare for the Round Trip on all,  Railways. . For further particulars see .posters  and programs or address.    *H. W. C. JACKSON,  Secretary Carnival Committee, Rosulaad, B. C.  ���vmmmwmmw^  m  [L.S.]   HENRI G. JOLY de LOTBINIERE.'  *-?    < CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA. '  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, of the United  Kingdom of Greitt Britain and -Ireland,  Queon, Defender of the Faith, &c, &c , &c.  To our Faithful the members elected to serve in  the Legislative Assembly of Our Provinco of'  B:ltish Columbia at Our City of Victoria.���  Greeting: ��� ,,  A PROCLAMATION.  H.A.Maclean, ITTTHRRKAS    We  Deputy Attornej-General. / *��*    are'   desirous  and resolved, as soon as may be, to meet our*peo-  Kle of our Province of British Columbia, and,. to  avo their advice in Our Legislature:  NOW KNOW YE. that for divers causes and  considerations, and taking into consideration tlio  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects, We  havo thought lib, by und with tho advice of Our  Executive Council do hereby convoke, and by  these presents enjoin you, and each of you, thaL-  on Thursdn7. tho twenty-first day of February,  ono thousand nine hundred and one, you meet,  Vs in Our said Legislature or Parliament of Our  said Province, at Our City of Victoria, FOR THE  DISPATCH OF BUSINESS, to treat, do, act,  and conclude upon-those things which in Our  Legislature ot tlie Province of British Columbia,  by tho.Common Council of Our said Province  may, by the favour of God, bo ordained. -  In Testimony Whereof-,' We havo" caused  ,    ' these Our Letters to bo made Patent and tho.  Great Seal of tho said Province to bo hereunto affixed:      -���_ ^ ��  Witness, the Honourable Sir Henri Ous-.  TAVE JOLY DE LOTBINIERE,   K.C.M.U.,   LlOU-"  > - tenant-Governor-1 of Our said ,Province of  British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, In  Our said Province, tills seventeenth day of  January, in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred and one, and in the sixty-  fourth year of Our Kcign.  By Command.  J. D. PRENTICE, Provincial Secretary.  TEADES   UNIONS.  v:  <  ���KTKLSON MINERS' UNION NO.,96. W.  ���L^3   M.���Meets in miners' union rooms, i  ... .... r.ct       rooms, north-, ��  east corner Victoria and Kootenaystroets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. .Visiting mam  bers weloome. M. R. Mowatt, President. Jamo - ���  Wilkes,   Secretary. " Union Scale or W___s  for Nelson - District.���Per  shift,'- machine-';  men, $3.60: hammersmen minora, $3.25; muckers,    <.'  carmen, shovelers and other underground labor- *   -  ers, *3.00.     ' ~ i  TRADES AND LABOR COU~NCII_-The reeu- '  lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor.. *-'  Council will'be held in the miners'-union hall,v.Y-*  corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on tha ~ :���  flrst'and third Thursday-of eaoh month,, at '  7.90 p.m. Q. J. Thorpe, President. J.-H. Matheson, Secretary.  rpHE regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union _. :.  ��� *** are held on Wednesday evening of each c-*  week, at 7 o'olock, ln the Miners' Union hall cor- -��� ,  nor Victoria and Kootenay streets. - Charles ~ ...  Clayton, President.   John MeLeod, Socretary..  .. /  ARBERS*. UNION.-Nelson Union." No.,196. of . ���"���  _the International Journeymen <��� Barber s Uu->*. -*  Ion of America, moots every first andjhlrd Mon-'  :*"'���-. *^L  7'T4-M  " * -.-I S_ii  a     -'. S.\  .1.  day of each month in Miner's Union Hall, corner  ofVT '    * - - ...  attend. .R.. McMahon,,president: J..H. Mathe  'ictorla and Kootenay.streets,  sharp.    Visiting   brothers cordiall;  at 8:30 >p.m,  invited to  son. secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording v  secretary. , _       t  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro -  teeUve Union,* No. 8121, A. F. of L./meeta ln''  Ity Hi - ~   korandKoot  at7~��0jp.i  can   Fe< .   Jainea Mathow,  President.''John Roberts,'re  cording secrotary.  Provincial Secretary's Office.  17th January, 1U01.  HIS HONOUR, l\\".   Lioul��nant-Governor in  Council, under tho provisions of tlio "Land  Registry Act'has been pleaded to establish at  E>ituate within the County of Kootenay.  The name of the said rcgist ration district shall  bo tlie Kootenay Land Registration District.  Henry Fry MacLeod, of tho City of Nelson, solicitor, has been appointed to perform the duties  of the said District Oflico. which shall be opon  for tho t.ransacliod of business on and after the  second day of March, 10UI.  By Command.  J. D. PRENTICE, Provincial Secretary.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Geo. H. Lammers, J. R. Chanson, or to;  any person or persons to whom he may have;  transferred his interest In the Hary.oyJoy  mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson'  Mining Division.  You are hereby notified that I havo 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 date of this notice you fall  or roni��o to contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your interest in said claim will becomo tho  property of the subscriber, under section four of  an Act entitled "An Act to Amend tho Mineral  Act. 1900."  - .... -.._-....SILAS H. CROSS......  Dated this 12th day of December. 1900.  LAND   NOTICE.  Notice Is hereby given, that thirty days after  dato I intend to apply to the chief commissioner  of lands and works for permission to purchaso  the following described lands about two miles  west of tho. City of Nelson: Commencing at a  post marked W. J. Beaven's 3: E. Corner Post  planted at S. W. corner post of H. Selous' purchased Lot B05, Group-1, on the high water lino  on the west bank of Kootenay river, thence north  20 chains, thence west 20 chains, thencesouth 3)  chains, more or less to the high water line on  north bank of Kootenay river, thence following  the meandering of the aforesaid river in an easterly direction 20-cliains more or less' to point of  commencement. Containing 32 acres more or  Icrs. ' ���     VV. J. BEAVEN.  Dated ab Nelson this 24th day of December, 1900.  LAND LEASE NOTICE.  Notice is hereby giveni that within sixty days  after the date of this notice, 1 intend to apply to  the assistant commissioner of lands and works, t  at Nelson, for a loose of the following described^  land, for tho purpose of opening up and working  stone quarries, situato about two miles In an*  easterly direction from tho City of Kaslo, West  Kootenay District: ' ������ ���   ��� *:'  -..'  Commencingatapostplanted on the lake shore-  marked ." J. A. Knauf's N.-W.* corner," running  thenco cost twenty chains; thence south twenty  chains; thenco west twenty chains, more or less  to the lake shore; thence north along tho lake shore  to the: point of commencement; and containing  forty acres more or less. J. A/KNAUF.'  ���>  Dated December, 19th, 1900. ���'"''������.  MUSIC.  Mrs. D.B. Murray, graduate in vocal and Instrumental music, is now. prepared to. receive  pupils for- instruction In voice 'culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A. Macdonald building, oorner Josephine and  Vernon street.' ���..-���.���*������..���'.  ENOINEEB8.  r^HAIU-ES PARKER���Mining ���A milling en-  *���*����� tfimr, T-cnw-jMBlrtHtoofc.B-fc*c��te-at.i  NELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The 'regular-  meeting- of tlie ��� Palntera'^ .Union -Is held  the flrst andlhird Fridays in each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp.- J.'-H. Mlllward,  President; Will J; Hatch, Secretary. .  OOKS'AND WAITERS' U NION ���Regular  meetings on the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, at 8 o'clock in Miners' Union  hall. Visting brethern cordially invited. C. F.  Bell, president; J. P. Forestall, socrotary -  treasurer.    ,  LASTEBERS' UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  172. meets every Monday evening In tlie  Elliot block, cornor Baker and Stanley streets, at  R o'clock.. J. I) Mnvnr. president; William  Vice, secretary, P. O. Box 016. ,  ������--r^si  ���ry4i  **���  ' v&��\  **" ,i^4i  "t- #���  " *"-*vSi  "���'r*a^l  -��� **%$>  -*'-V^-|  _! - y-^w  ,��.    a-'-.-J-'SSgl  ^ _   ���__��� _  -    a    .-JJ.T5!'|  ���* ,',;"--gl  '   -   7'-'��i\  ys?!  **f-_3l  :r7m  A  FRATERNAL   800IETIE8.  NKIBON LODGE. NO. 28, A. Jr. * A. M  Moeta sooond Wednesday In eaoh month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  orner Baker and Kootonay streets, every  iy evonlng at 8 o'olock. Visiting Knights  fy invited to attend,   F. J. Bradley, C. C;  Tuosda;  cordial  J. A. Paquette, K. of R. 8c S,  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M--  Hold their regular meetings on the first and  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights aro cordially invited to attend. G. A.  Brown,_R._K ;=A..W._Eurdy._Com.;J��\ J. 8teel,_  D. S. C.     TSJELSON L. O. L., No. IC92, meets ln I. O. O. F.  *"��� .*.Hall, oorner: Baker aud Kootenay streets,  1st and 3rd Friday of each mouth. Vigiting  brethern oordlally Invltod, W. W. Bradley, W^  M, A. Mlnty.. Recording-Secrotary.  CORPORATION OFTHE CITY OF NELSON  APPLICATIONS WANTED.  The undersigned lias been authorized by  resolution of tlie cily council to ask for applications for the position of chief of the Fire Department of the City of Nelson. Applicants will  state ago, nativity, experience nnd whero,  whether married' or single, and give recommendations from chief of department whore  now employod and from underwriters. Mark  applications: "Application for Chief of Fire Department." and address  J. K.STRACHAN,City Clork,Nelson. 13.C.  Dated January 2nd, 1901,  Notice of Application to Transfer a  License.  Notice is horeby given that I intend to apply  at tho noxt sitting of the Board of License Commissioners of tho City of Nelson for permission to  transfer my retail liquor liconso, for the premises  situate on ihe cast half of Lot 4, Block 2, in tlie  City of Nelson, and known as the Grand Hotel,  to Gustavus Nelson. JOHN BLOMBERG.  Dated at Nolson, B. C, tli Is 3rd day ot January,  1901.  Witness: Thomas Svmks.  Notice of Application to Transfer a  License.  *-���  Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply at  the noxt sitting of the Board of License Commissioners of the City of Nolson for permission  Id transfer'my retail liquor, licence for the premises situato on the west half of Lot 1, Blocks, In  the City of Nelson, and known ns the Glue Pot  saloon, to Thomas Sproatt. GUS. ,NELSON.  ���Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 3rd day of January,  1901.  �� Witness: John Blomberg.  NOTICE. r  Rossland, B, C��� November 9th, 1900.  cTo F. B. Salisbury :  Notice is hereby given that I, William Griffiths,  ' Intend to claim the interests in the following  named mineral claims fonperly held by F. B.  Salisbury, on which ho has neglected to pay his  .share of the expenses of. tho annual .assessment  work.  To wit:    '* '  A one-half (}) Interest in the "Bunker Hill"  mineral claim.  A ono-half (J) Interest in the "Sullivan" mineral  claim.'  A one-half (j) interest in the "Fidelity" minora,  claim.  All the adjoining claims, ltuated on the west  fork of the north fork of Salmon river, in the  Nelson Mining Division, '  This action Is taken under Section 11 of Chapter i& of the statutes of 181*9 and amendments of  WOQ.1 ,:*: IW1LLIAM B. TOWN9KND,  |i��ent for WUUau QrUBUw, 4  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON. B. 6., THURSDAY JAtttTARY 31 1901  i', -  I* *  li-''  I  I &S<*: -  Xm  n|p:Af*-t{  >^  III  Assayers Supplies  t_m_m__na_____t���_____m_m__matmmmm_[  We carry in stock a full line of Assayers' ���and Chemists'  Supplies. The quality of our goods cannot be excelled  and our prices are  reasonable.*;  our prices are  /  Wo aire British Colutabia Agents for.  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  .   BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VIOTOBIA  BLOOK     NELSON,  B. 0.  the Nelson Clothing House  tt  Great Slang  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  In order to make room for Spring Goods, I have decided to sell for the next thirty days all  eood9 in stock at greatly reducd prices. All heavy goods away down, cOst not considered, and in  i'iothing. Gents' furnishings. Hats and Caps, and Boots and Shoes I will give from 10 to 25 per cent  discount and all Rubber Goods at cost. Now is tho chance to partake of the best bargains ever  oll'ercd in tlie Kootenays. My ;itosk is all new and up-to-dato and tlie sale is gcnuino, so now avail  yourself of tlie best opportunity to get goo J goods at less than wholesale prices. o_.���_.____ ,m_ i*  for only 30 days. wmtm^�����_____.  Remember this is  J. A.  QILKER,  Proprietor.  NOTICE.  . Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of  the Dominion Parliament, 63 and 64 Victoria, Chapter  103 and Chapter 104, the name  of  THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX  will be changed to  ^Dbe IRo^al 3Bankof(tanat>a  from and after  the Second day of January, 1901.  Halifax, 1st November, 1900.  E. L. PEASE,  General Manager.  NELSON MINES AND MINING  from 75c to $3.50.  For the balance of this month we are offering special reductions in  Carvers, Ladies Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVURES  AND  ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and. other scene's, Free with every purchase  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the; Breakfast Dainty.  Houston Block.  Telephone 161. *  P. OV Box 170.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  . Inside Doors    -.  Screen Doors    ' >  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast). *  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Bough and  Dressed Lumber  Of all kinds,  IF WHAT TOU WANT IB NOT IN STOCK  Wl WILL MAKE Vt FOB TOU  CALL AND GJCT PRICKS.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residenee Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  J. A. Sayward  BALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELBON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lurqbor Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete etock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doore.  Special order -work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumber Go. Ltd.  Olllce ou Baker Street, west of Stanley Street  - .   NELSON.  CD. J. CHRISTIE  General Broker  FIRE,   LIFE  AND  ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Money to loan at 8% or on the Installment plan.  Por Sale  For sale a 7-room house: Bath, sewer connection, and in first-class location. Can be bought  at less than cost 11 taken by 5th of February.  Price and terms on application.  The Haywood place.   Price and terms on application.  ���Several other good=buys are on my lisfc.-  3 fifty foot lots oh Robson street  ."J800 00  2 twenly-fl ve foot lots, Observatory St.... COO 00  For Rent.  7 Room House, Carbonate Street $30.00  6 ltooin Houso, Mill Street   25.00  A-Ground-Floor Offlco  25.00  The Hay ward place.  See niy list of Roal Estate.  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Removal Sale  We are removing to our new  premises, but can fill all orders  entrusted to us during the next  ten days.  Apply a* I* MONNOX. Bollaltor.. Nfd��ra b. o  CHINA HALL  We carry a complete  line bf  CHINA, CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  BAR FIXTURES  COOKING UTENSILS  McFarland & Brockman  Canada Drag & Book Co.  Mmlitod.  First Door West of G. P. \\. Offices  BAKER STREET.  LADIES' TRipED HJ\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  MADAMOLSEIaLE KfifiN, Principal,  ��� f -From Silverton District.  A. L. McLean, a prominent raining man of Silverton, and who is  largely interested in mining properties of tliat district, arrived in  the city last evening. Mr. McLean  is greatly impressed with the mining conditions of his part of the  country, and predicts for it a prosperous future. Active mining operations are being conducted on all  sides, and a large number of men  are engaged in *the camp. He is interested in the" Iron Horse, upon  which work is to be resumed at  once.  Mr. McLean stated that the Hew-  ett group, which is situated about  ..five miles from the town, was making an excellent showing. This  property i9 owned by Mr. Insinger  of Spokane and Messrs. Cross &  Lloyd of Silverton. About 30 men  are engaged at the property and  much development is being done.  On the No. 3 tunnel they have  reached the 400-foot level, and here  they have encountered two feet of  solid ore giving good values in silver. The ore contains no- lead,  aud the. values being found ~  in iron it " is readily ac-  ceptedatthe smelters. Since the first  of the year the' company has  shipped oyer 250 tons. At present  they are shipping about ten tons  per'; day. .Another tunnel at a  lower level has been started on the  lead and it is intended that, this  will tap the ore chute at .about the  600 foot level! It' is expected thaJ'  larger shipments will be made in  the near future. '-This - is the only  property in that district that is  shipping at tho present time.  It is rumored, and the information comes from good " authority,  that in the near future work is to  be resumed on the Noonday and  Galena Farm groups, situated about  two miles from Silverton. The  property has now been idle for  over a year and a half. The  property was last -operated under  an English company, but about  a month after work had been suspended it was purchased by  Montreal and Salt Lake capitalists.  At *the. Galena Farm group over  $50,000 worth of machinery has  -been���installed��� and-^now���it-only-  needs capital to make the mine. a  producer once more.  Another mine which has a promising future before it is the Vancouver, situated about five miles  from Silverton, ou Four-mile creek.  This property is owned by a Vancouver company which is represented by Leslie Hill. Since the main  lead was tapped a month or so ago  by a crosscut tunnel, drifting on it  has been conducted. This is at the  300-foot level and here the vein contains four to six feet of good concentrating ore. This work is being  conducted about 180 feet below the  old workings and after considerable  drifting has been done an up-raise  will be run to connect it with the  old workings. The work is progressing with good results and this  is largely due to the good management of superintendent Barker of  Butte, who took charge of the work  last fall.  The Emily Edith group, situated  about two miles from the town, is  undergoing active development  with a force of about 40 men. On  this property five tunnels have been  run to a considerable depth, and all  contain good concentrating ore. In  some'. places the lead has been  found- to be 20 feet wide. Everything now indicates that a mill  will be installed at the property at  an eaily date next summer.  Notwithstanding, the fact that  there is but one shipper in the district, it is expected that before long  the camp will produce five properties tliat will be sending large quan-  ties of ore to the smelters for treatment.     -  To Increase Capital Stock.  In the issue of The Tribune of  yesterday it was stated that Mr.  JohnetOne, - representative of   the  Crow's" Nest Pass Coal Company,  had left to attend a general meeting  of the company, to be held at  Toronto on February 4. It is said  that the object of this meeting is  to discuss a proposition to increase  the capitalization of the'company,  which is at present $2,000,000. The  idea is to issue 00,000 shares of stock  of the value of $25 a share. This  will bring the capital up to $3,500,-  000. How the issue will be made  will be discussed at the meeting.  Mining Records.  The following mining transactions  were recorded yesterday: four  locations.- They are as follows:  Enterprise Fractional, on Bear  creek, by N. Dehernis and O, Boyer ;  Syndicate,. on Rover creek, by  Godfrey Birtsch; New King and  Yellow Boy, on Forty-nine creek,  by M. C. Monoghau aud George H.  Keefer.     .'-  ,  his  CITY. LOCAL   NEWS.  H. R.  Cameron will occupy  now office, next to the Nelson Cafo, today.  .JE. W. Graeb and C. R.  Mclntyre  have opened n commission brokers offlco on tho  secoud floor of tho K.-W.-C. block.  It is quite apparent that the session of the chambers this morning will be a long  one. Thoro will he over ten applic itioris come  bofor hla honor judge Forin. ���**   -  AV. A. Thurman, who conducts a  cigar business on Baker street, had the floor of  his store lowered-to the sidewalk level ye :terday.  The improvement Is a good one.  Messrs. Cane & Macdonald, architects, are preparing plans for a flve-roonici -cottage for John Parks, to be erected in the:vic��nity  ot the city resef voir. The ' building will co .t  about $1000.    -  .The members of the Nelson Rifle  Company are requested to be in aUendanco at  the armory'at 7:30 o'clock tonight and tomorrow  niaht to take part in drill practice. No uniforms  will be worn.     T  Attorney general D.-M. Eberts of  Victoria is now sending out circulars which contain instructions to provincial constab*e9 fair ensuring a uniform'enforcement of the Labor Regulation Act. Chief of provincial police Bullock-  Webster received ono yesterday. - x  ,   Many   of   the   windows   of   the  .ices of bi  cully draped ln appropriate mourning in memory  of the late .queen, Vlctotia.   It is quite probable  Filacesof business of tho city have been beautl-  u        __      ' ' '     '  Pi  that tho other places will be draped b :foro the  Sublic inemoiial ceremonies take place on Satur-  ay.  _ ' All the old veterans of the English or Canadian wars have been requested by  'the commanding officer of the Nelson iliflo Com-'  pany to parade with the militia, on Saturday.  There are about ten and thoy have been a��ked to  wear the medals which have been awarded them  , for their gallant service.  The directors   of   ceremonies   of  the several societies attending 1 he memorial service on Saturday are requested to meet, the marshal and his deputies at Fraternity Hall at 8  o'clock this evonlng. .They are expected io bring  data as to the organization of theii respective societies so that precedence may be properly given  in the line of inarch.���.  All members of the Nelson   Min-  ~ers' uniori~are~requestcd to~be_prcsent_Ht_tiioir-  hew hall in the 0. P. R. building on the corner of  Baker and Stanley streets, on Saturday, February  2, at 11 a. m. for tho purpose of attending the public memorial service which will bo held at 1130.  The members apo also requested to bring their  funeral badges for use in the procession.  F. J. Dean, secretary of the commission appointed to enquire into tbe matter of  the Chinese and Japanese immigration into rtrlt-  ish Columbia pafsed I hrough Nelson jostcrday  on his way to Fernie. Mr. Dean is looking over  tho ground preparatory to the holding of the  commission's enquiries. As to whon the commission will sit Mr. Dean wns unable fn speak  definitely, owing to the Illness of O, J. Munn in  Montreal, but ln all probability it will be three  weeks or a month.  PEESONAL.  T. F. Rowe of Trail is registered  at tho Tromont.  Louis Ward of Grand Forks is  registered at tho Queen's.  W; P. Wade of Rossland is registered at tho Muddon House.  O. D. Browning, a mining man of  Slocan City, is in the city for a few days. , '   ,  W. E.  Zwicky,. manager'of the  mine at Sandon, arrived in the city yesterday.  F. L. Christie,.a, prominent barrister of Sandon is in the city on legal business.  Captain Thompson, a mining man  from Vancouvor is in the city on mining business.  W. Hunter of -t Sandon" and F; I  McMaster of Montreal .are -.registered' at the  Phair.   ���        '   -^i;' 'J   - J.   a     '���   ;  H. H. Pitts', the/newly elected  mayor of Sandon Is in the city for.a few days. Ho  Is stopping at the Humo.  -..'.;.  L.. Dbdbalt iof. Toronto,   H, L.  Knowlea of Vancouver and J. It. Mcltao of Sandon aro registered at the Hume^  -C. E. Neill/; manager of- the Vancouvor branch of the Royal Bank of Canada arrived In the'eityjast evening.   -' i  John A. Mackenzie of the  secret  Bervico department'of the C.- P.~.R.- arrived in  Nelson last evonlng from Seattle.  ec. iB^rzmzE-ts &c oo.  _5T_B__SO_ST  __-_5-S__,0  Sjft._ST3DO_5T  STOVES I   STOVESI   STOVESI  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for % Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  " SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  Store, Corner Bakor and Josephine Stieet  TELEPHONE 27  BUSINESS  MENTION.  Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.  Cash paid for scrap iron, brass  and copper.   Nelson Iron Works.  To let���Furnished rooms in Carney block.   Reasonable rates.  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vernon street. Telephoue  call 35.  Wanted ��� To rent four or five  roomed cottage. State tenna. H., Tribune  office.  For Rent.���Two fine offices centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal,  Two large, well-furnished rooms  to lot. 1 and 5 Macdonald block, corner Joso-  phine and Vernon.  Two typewriters for sale, good  condition, Remington and Dunsniore. Apply at  the Old Curiosity Shop.  Rooms and breakfast   if desired  at 324 Josephine btreet, four doors above Silica  street.   Mrs. Blauey.  Wanted.���Five or six room house  in good rc-idence part of town. Addrees H. J.  Mooro, box 108, Nelson, B. C.  Wanted���Board and lodging in  privatH family for boy attending school. State  torms to Fred Adie, Waneta, B. 0.  For     Sale    Cheap���New    cabin  handy to smelter. Apply to George F. Motion,  at Nelson Wine Company's store.  A lad who has served some time  at tho printing trade can And a steady situation on applying to "News," Tribune office.  "New   lot - just   in."���For   fresh  candies, fruits, nuts, etc., call at the Bon Ton  Confectionery, Baker street, Miss A. la. Kllnk-  witz.  ' Wanted.���Free milling gold properties in British Columbia. Andrew F. Rosen-  borKer, Nelson. B. C. Phono No.* 104, K.-W.-C.  block. -._���    ,  Complete life of queen Victoria.  Best book.' Best terms. Outfit mailed on receipt  of 15 cents. Address S. C, Miller & Co , Portland,  Oregon. "   �����  Eight-roomed house, partly furnished, to rent in the Hume Addition, either to  one or fwo families. -Apply Mrs. liar twig, Hume  Addition.  Prospectors',   having    promising  mineral claims are requested to call at The Pros-  Sector's Kxchange, Nelson, B. C, room No. 4,  :.-W.-C. block.   Phone No. 101.   -  For Sale���Profitable hotel business und real estate, known as the Royal hotel,  corner of Stanley' and-Silica street. Apply to  Johns 8c MeLeod, Royal hotel. Nelson.  -. For sale���Lot 1(0, block 17,80 toot,  frontage on Victoria street, two houses on  property.-- Price| $2800,, terms easy. Address  Flunk li. Graham, care of Matheson & Graham's  barber shop. '  Miss Von Der Werth���Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Givo3 advice  on commercial businoss and mining; reunites  unhappy lovers and broken-up families. Room  1, over Thomson Stationery Company.  >  For Sale���120 acres of first-class  It Counts in Results  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  Hice 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 show Goods.  No trouble,  THEO.   MADSON,  BJvery Garment Qaaranteed.  Baker Street,    y  ������������������������������I  SMILING  agricultural and garden land, 12 miles from Nel-  lylake.   Will sell in 10   r  acre tracts.   Price and terms reasonable,  foii on Kootenay lake.   Will sell in 10   20 or 40  A?^6  K  or address A. F. Rosenberger, room 4,  Block, Nelson.  Consult W. J. Harvey, P. O. M. C.  I.. Profeswr nf Opthalmology, Doctor of Optica  and Scientific Optician, about those headaches,  pains in the eyes, eyes crossed or diverged, visual  defects on the fitting of spectacles that are absolutely correct, at McLean'sdrng store until February 9lh. Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 5.  Dr. T. W! Thomas of the city of  Revelstoke makes the following statement ln bis  letter (o W. 3. Harvey, F. O. M. C. I.: I must say  that the spectacles pi escribed by you have  Kreatly henellted my eyes. Previous to uBing  them 1 could not read iho^papsr-for-over fifteen-  minutes at a time without causing* severe pain In  iho eyes. Now, after about thirty days' use of  your spectacles, I can read continuously for  hours, and I can assure you it is with the great-  eat of pleasure I say it. My trouble was a very  complicated one and at times -gave mo great pain  in the region of the forehead.  NOTICE.  All members of the Nelson Miner's Union, that can possibly do so,  are requested to meet at the new  Miners' Union Hall, in the C. P. It.  building at the corner of Baker and  Stanley .streets, on Saturday, February, 2 at 11 a. m. sharp for the  purpose of taking part in the public memorial services in respect to  the memory of her late, majesty the  queen, arranged by thecifcy. Members will please bring their funeral  badges to be worn in the procession.  - *     James Wilks, Secretary.  REMOVAL  ARE THE FEET  THAT ARE   .-..    y  WEARING OUR  DONGOLA,:  KANGAROO, OR  BOX CALF SHOES  We have provided styles for  all snapes_of feet.j  Mail, orders   receive "prompt  attention.  Neelands Shoe Co  TTTTTTrtTrr��*TTTTTyTI CXXXXXXXXXI  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  No. 4, K. W. C. Block, NELSON, B. O."  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  P.ee-Mllllng Gold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  Parties having mining property for hale are requested to send samples of their ore to tho  Exchange for exhibition. Wo deairo to hoar from all prospectors who havo promising mineral  claims in British Columbia.  Prospectors and mining men aro requested to make tho Exchange their headquarters when  in Nelson.  All samples should bo sent by oxpress, Propaid.   Correspondence solicited. -  ' Address all communications to  Telephone 104 ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER,  P. O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C.  uxxxui mmmmiin gxyiTrxr" n **it * arrt  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators'-and   .  Paper Hangers.  Dr.  Morrison,  Dentist,  has. removed  to  new offices in tho K-W-C block.  his  Home Grown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Shrubs  Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Plants and Seeds.  - Extra choice stock of Poach, Ap :'cot, Plum,  Cherry and Prune Trees. New importation of  first-class Khododendrons, Roses, Cllmatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.  80,000 to choose from. Net agents-or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspec'ion charges.  Greenhouse plants, agricultural imploiponts, fertilizers, beo supplies, etc. Largest' and most  complote a'oak in the province. -Send for oat-'  alogue before placing your orders.   Address  ;    ty- J. PRY, Vancouver, B. C.  WWte Xiabpr-Oaly.  CROW & MORRIS  ,   Baker Street, Nelson.  WHOLESALE AND  RETAIL ....  TOBACCONISTS  * Sole Agonts for  . TADDY'S TOBAOOOS  The name of the firm of T.  H. Brown will be changed to J  Brown Bros. February 1st.  Branches at Fjossland and Creenwooct  *.r******i<:<.  See our special assortment of Cigars  and Pipes.  Cigar and Cigarette-Holders  and Cases.  Tobacco Pouches of all kinds,  and Smokers Requisites., -  All the best brands ot Imported  and Domestic Cigars.  B B B and Loewe Pipes. ,'  *********&<  COME AND  SEE  THEM  wa oan buit you  . ALli PBIOBB )  ta  -ii  "______!  -w -     ,*-_t"SUJf W^tr" .

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