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 C"-'    s  I*1  -. -    _- -r h "     --j? ���- ..*-''-r>"^V,-jr_st_^  ���   .  <7      -   '    < >��~ w_.s-'fS?  x    - - k. -' '   ~-        ��  h   -^"i **.%-��  - -   - -i--i:'3^s8  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  _?> -���-���-  ���(.��_-  '-.   *;-������<.  WEEKLY EDITION. BY MAIL:  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  - -'"'-���iu'SsJ-*  - .   -t-st  * .  "*,<&  - _     -       t'A  c      '-i.\  J ' \  -,-��\  ?���>  '     ���;          *   *���  - *<_-; I  ,   * * M  NINTH YEAB.  . NELSON: rFRTD^Yf MORNING FEBRUARY 1 1901  r      *��.    _J  y   PRICE ^FIYE CENTS  PETTI&BBW  Declares That Filipinos Are  ��� Not Enemies.  THE TRUTH IS SUPPRESSED  BATTLE OF FEBRUARY 14 ORDERED  FROM WASHINGTON.  Organization of the Provisional Government   Completed  and Will  Soon Be Enforced.'  Washington, January 31.���In  the senate today Mr. Pettigrew  referred again to the fact that the  senate had refused "to - pass his  resolutions making- inquiry, for the  facts concerning the situation in  the Philippines.^ ^He") asserted his  belief that the' full records would  show that the battle of February.  4th, 1899, had been ordered from**  Washington and he charged that  only such facts were given torthe_  public as would suit' tlie, purpose of  the party- in' power.. He charged  ._ that general MacArthur|s report-  had beeii suppressed ��� for" partisan  purposes aud that ".the reports of  the Taft commission'- were "colored  on orders from  Washington to fit  - the* emergency.} He .asserted that  the Filipinos' were not' enemies of  the  United'*State8   antf he 'hoped  they would be  successful .in their!  contest for liberty. ..   \ ~~  "I hope the day will never come,"  " the said,-"when'I shall^ceaee to.sympathize with a people struggliugfbr.  - liberty no matter, where they are."  Mr. Pettingrew introduced and- had  read a long >letter -from Thomas  Masearde, a military- governor of  the Philippine islands, iu which/ it'  was,charged that severer torments  'upon the Filipinos by the American troops had been inflicted than  the Spaniards had ever been guilty  of. Robbery, pillage, violation and  murder, the lettersaid, are the flrst  proofs of protection, we receive  when the American soldiers enter a  Filipino community.     ���  The, letter writer characterized  general Otis as the blind instru-'  uient of' the ambitious McKinley.  Mr. Pettigrew said he would not  cite the letter if the charges made  _in it,-were.not eonfirmed-by��� letters  from American soldiers themselves.  He believed these barbarities were  practiced by the Macabees, whom it  was now intended to enlist. Mr.  Pettigrew presented an article by  Sixto, which Mr. Pettigrew said refuted some official literature as to  the diversity of tiibes. Other Filipino documents which were read  alleged that their forces when captured were exposed to extreme  torture, despite the official orders  that civilized methods of warfare  be pursued. The unalterable purpose of continuing the war until  liberty was secured was set forth  at length.  Mr. Calliuger inquired as to  whether Mr. Pettigrew personally  believed the United States soldiers  were guilty of atrocities and tortures in the Philippines. He said  that for one he did not believe  American soldiers were committing  atrocities anywhere.  Mr. Pettigrew responded that  perhaps the New Hampshire senator had failed to read the secretary  of war's testimony before the" military commission that 'Macabees  who murdered and robbed were  being enlisted.  Mr. Teller of Colorado rose to  state that United States officers  were being disciplined for practic- ���  ing the "water cure" on natives.  The senator also had received a call  lately from a man who came on a  party just* after they had inflicted  this deplorable torture and saw the  victim covered witli blood and  mangled about the mouth. Senator  Teller criticized the course of the  war department in seeking to discredit those who opposed the army  canteen. After describing tlie horrors of the water-cure torture, Mr.  Teller said the American flag could  come down none too soon if it re  quired such efforts to uphold our  authority..  The senator condemned a statement attributed to general A. Mac-  Arthur, in which he is said to have  told a returning regiment-that one.  of its chief services was in engendering a warlike spirit, without which  no nation could endure. *    ''  Senator Hale here arose to * state  that he felt a sense of surprise and  outrage that the commander of the  main portkttTof the. United States  ar'myYwhile engaged' in war should  be so possessed with the old world  spirit pf military conquest and mil?  itary ambition as ' to use ' the  language attributed to'him.Y and if  it proved true that this language  had been used, Mr. Hale-said he  feared there would be a terrible  reaction from such sentiments.  Senator Teller proceeded to give  TT   _ _       jJ��$S_ty of the allied  f ^JgSISlSS^flnitely worse  than the Boxers. Senator Teller  characterized the Philippine friars  as tlie vilest of the vile, whose con?  duct could not with propriety be  referred to openly in the senate  chamber, arid yet the Philippine  commission had put this obnoxious  class in charge of all the schools " of  the island. ,-��.-.��� -f*-     ��� '-       ,-��-*. -  ROSSLAND AGAINST NELSON  THE  HOOKEY    GAME  ' YOUNGSTERS.  OF "THE  It Resulted in a Tie, but Both Teams  Played Fast and the Game Was  i     \ "   Thoroughly Enjoyed.^ _  *     - i  *4 Iti  -<&���  *   Provisional Government Scheme.  * MHNiiaA, January ��31.���The [provisional bill hasVbeen completed.  The public consideration will begin  tomorrow^ Soon after., this ,jBjnact'-;  ment the "United * StStes" commissioners will visit the Luzon provinces and'witness the organization  of the^provisional' government and  thes election.^: d_ater-theyiwill? visit  , the southern islands.' '       ' "    '  ���'The,provisional bill provides for  a'governor, a; secretary of the treas-V  ury, a superVisor~and'a^flscal.H" The  officers maybe American or Filipi*-  nb's.   The governor Is to be 'elected'  by the joint ballot of  the   council-  .lors   of   the "-organized*   pueblos  (towns) and his   election   must be  confirmed by the Filipino   cdmmis-"  aion.   The other provisional officers  will be appointed by  the'* commission, under the ^restrictions of the  'civil,service rules. *���*?/J7<-. p, ' y   J"  t The governbr 'may; suspend" any  municipal   officer for   misconduct,'  reporting the facts to, the" commission.   The treasurer is  required to  supervise his assistants in \ all the1  pueblos   and' to collect" all taxesY ���  The supervisor will have charge of  the roads and public buildings. The  fiscal will be the legal. adviser of  the provisional" and public prosecutor. The law is to be first applied  to the provinces of the Union -and  Campanga.    - r  _. Captain Cameron' and several  Filipino cavalrymen 'had' a fight  Tuesday at Bimderapay and routed  insurgents, killing twenty men and  capturing a quantity of arms.  Gerinimo was present but escaped.  Many Filipinos are taking the oath  _ofjallegiance_to_the_United _S tates..  Liberal Association.  A'special meeting of the Nelson  Liberal Association was held at  the board of Trade rooms last evening. A letter was read from president W. A. Galliher, M.P., in which  he stated that he wished to resign  from his position. His resignation  was accepted and Dr. Forin was  elected by ballot to the presidential  office. "Mr. Galliher was unani-"  monsly elected honorary president.  The vacancy in the executive committee made by the election of Dr.  Forin to his new position will be  filled by James McPhee. Other  business of a more private nature  was also transacted. ' There was  over twenty-five members present.  Dragged by Runaway Horse.  Lbwiston, Idaho,' January 31.���  Ben Reeves, a well known stock  man of this city, met with a painful accident today. He threw a  riata on a fractious horse while  standing on the ground. The horse  became frightened and started to  run. The long rope became half  hitched on one of the man's legs  and dragged him for 40 or 50 feet  to the railroad.. The foot came in  contact with tfae rail and stopped  the horse by the jerk long enough  for spectatorsto release the victim.  The leg was badly broken below the  knee.**  ' The hockey game between the  Juniors .of .Rossland, better known  as the "Cyclone B(3h_zeyC\v.\},"tmdx  the' Juniors'- of 'Nelson, which was  played at the rink last--evening, .resulted in a tie. At the end of. the  game the .score stood -2 goals to..2.  The game was the fastest ever  played -between > junior teams at  Nelson' and there was much enthu-  siasm throughout the entire game.  The ice was in excellent condition,  and a large number of spectators  were in attendance, who'cheered at  every ,good, play made by either  'team; \  --**" The game was called a.- little be-  ' fore~8:30/ and ;for the greater por-4  ^tion of the firstfhalf the' Rossland  -.boys had the,{.best?of 'it-arid thef  "Nelsonllads apparently, played de-'  fence to save the game:'   Only one  game,wa.sx scored during vthe. first^  half, which*was.made��by _S,clever^  play on"the"part of young 'Keating.'''  Tfie game~sto6d"at the end"of the"  first half 1 to 0 in favor'" of Ross-.  .^The'lastt-Half of^ the- gametwas-  much;faster, and more excitement  prevailed among the players and  ^spVc_atb'r_T  Shortly .after the puck  .waist played-Keating shotv"another  neat    goal,     making-, /Rossland s  jicore.2. t _ _     ' *  ������ \ K ���  A few minutes later. Nelson,wpn,  a goal, it-.being played^ by yqung-  ^Bert.'TKallace., ;;From' this- time'  ,until��nearly^the end*"of the game  the contest was decidedly even, the  -puck being 'driveirfirsi to one. end  and then - the other.', -When there  wasiryet~'Ytwo, minutes-~to���-'play,.  McBeath forced the puck from near  his own goal' towards the one  guarded by Rossland. > - It was  vqulckly_ carried forward by Bert  Wallace, who made a clever pass to  Homer McLean,'who" scored a second goal for, Nelson a few minutes  before time was called. The Nelson  boys, wanted to.play off the tie, but  the Rossland team .would not play.  H. P. Jones, a mining man of Rossland, acted as manager of the Rossland team. The line up of tlie'teams*  was as follows : ��� "  Island were pledged to that plank,  so that the rank and file of that  legislative assembly stand before  thevpeople"'toclay pledged to this  measure.' "Again* in the late federal  rcam_ftugn the representatives of the  present'"'" ; Liberal' government  throughout the Kootenays, and we  presume it was the same elsewhere  through this* pfoviupe, pledged  themselves and tb*eir government  to adopt,* upheld and maintain this  measure as the*fixed policy in future  legislktlbn." ; l,"    ���  Grime in Canada.  _\.      Chicago Times-Herald.  < T^citizens of.the Dominion of  -Canada iiave* just cause to be proud  .of " their record 'as law-abiding  people. , The annual -report of the  criminal statistics of the Dominion  show that'there^ere only 25 indictments for* murder in 1899, of  which only two, were left without  final action.^yEleven qf those ; indicted' were ,liange'd; nine acquitted  and three confliJecf as insane.  , Canada is a'countryof vast pro^r  portions. 'Its /people are scattered'  oyer a wide stretch of territory,  making police surveillance particularly difficult ,'ahd .in many large,  districts impossible. Yet a city  like^ New<4 York for Chicago alone  "rfurnishes a^far greater criminal list'  every -"jreiar f than^the * whole -Ivast  stretch of -forritorylfrom Quebec to'  . Vancouver.^    &,>   7 ''( ^   }  COMPOSITION OF   PARADE  MILITARY DETACHMENTS THAT  ^, ,     WILL, PARTICIPATE,     -    ,  The Procession .Will,Be an Imposing  i,   '   "     -    i * *   1      - ' -a ��� i      ;'/>,'  One���Royalty That is' Expected'"-  to Re in Line-  Bearer "Com-  tl:>-\.' ���_���  j.v*3*. Is - _, .  Insane" Soldiers,  yA carload of negro ^soldiers-from"  'the/-iPhilippine1^islands' - .passed'  through Houston recently en route  vtp ' Washington/.' They were all  Hrisane, J.-securely-, ���;chained r aud  Lvery strongly*'guarded. .Insanity  lieems to,, be-epidemic" among the  soldiers in;.tli*Tfar^Eastr This/whole  PhilippineVbusiriess^ha's. an.anaane  look 'ori* its.face.-v  **.  -y *-��� ���  TEN MILES OF WARSHIPS  1 ''Jjf^* i  V-^"1 j��w-.*iJ*i v  .glittering'light from  to PORTSMOOTH.  COWES  W'-tff  Rossland.   * . Neleon.     ���-  F. Hioklngbotbam     Goal     .S.Johns  R. Inches Point .L.MoBeath  V. Harris, Capt        Co\er  J.'McDougall, Capt.-  B. Rowlines        1     , Y/T   '     H. McLean  H. laoekhart.       I v'ArAa J '   .Bert Wallace  J. Dickson....... f "orwa���si   . .. L Gilchrist  A. Keating. "      J-      '-      ' I..;... P. Gilchrist  Referee.���Robert Carley.  Rebels Attacked the Troops.  -City of Mexico; January 31.���  Some troops escorting laborers engaged in opening roads in,the southern part of the peninsula, of * Yucatan were desperately attacked yesterday by, 1000   rebels,'whoY were     ,___, ._.   only driven off by the employment I by all parties'(except Victoria) and  of machine guns. The engagement [every member-elect from the Main-  took place neiM* S^nta Cruo. I land, and a few from Va*acouver  Sale of Locomotive Works.  New York, January 21.���Application has been made before vice-  chancellor Emery at Newark for  the appointment of a receiver for  the Rogers locomotive works. William Pennington, as counsel for  Jacob S. Rogers, the principal  owner, made the principal application. The receiver will be appointed  next Saturday. No intimation has  been given avIio the 'appointee' will  be. Last Saturday the concern  ceased to exist as the Rogers locomotive works, and the directors became trustees. The works will now  be sold to the highest bidder, as the  law provides.  Coast-Kootenay Line.  Vancouver World.  The Secretary of the Vancouver  Trades and Labor council wrote the  Slocan Miners' ��� Union recently regarding the proposed Coast-Kootenay railway. The union appointed  a committee to act in conjunction  with the council, consisting of J. A.  Baker, H ,L- Fife and R.' C. Andrews. This matter is, says the  Independent, regarded as of the  most vital importance to the workers of this province' and the Kootenays in particular. The miners of  the Slocan in a long communication  say they regard this Coast-Kootenay railway as almost the last hope  of the Kootenays for a successful  legitimate and proper competitor  to the C. P. R.  " They add : " We will call your  attention to the fact that in the  late provincial election the idea of  government ownership of those  public utilities, was first adopted by.  the Martin platform and afterwards  > Leviathans Lying-it Aijchpr-^lfepfesen'  tative Vessels- From the Navies  ���. , of the eWorld.  - Cowes, January 81.���9 p. m.���A  glittering crescent of light stretches  this evening from Cowes to Ports-  mouth*. ~ It consists of ten miles of  warships, the pick of the -^ British,  French and German navies. These  lie at anchor, ready to take part in  tomorrow's ceremonies when the  navy will pay a last magnificent  tribute to a sovereign whose reign  was marked by the greatest naval  progress in the history-of the na-  tion. It will probably be nearly _  o'clock tomorrow afternoon before  the Albert with the royal coffin  leaves Cowes. She will steam inside the single line and then enter  the passage formed by the leviathans. This evening she lies at  Trinity pier. The omens for fine  weather tomorrow are not propitious.  Lord Pauncefote, the English ambassador at Washington, was recently suffering from rheumatism  and was asked to try a certain cure  by William Gwynn, the colored  doorkeeper of the state department.  When they met the other day,  "That was a good cure you recom-  mended.Williara," said lord Pauncefote. "It cured my rheumatism  and gave me the gout."  Mosquitoes were unknown in  Switzerland until the completion  of the St. Gothard tunnel under the  Alps. The tunnel gave them a  short cut to the land of William  Tell.       ���'   A company has been formed at  Wichita, Kan., to manufacture a  preparation extracted from alfalfa,  which is guaranteed to make thin  peopje fat and fat people thin.  European astronomers are now  are now busy photographing the  sky. There will be" about 22,000  plates giving the location of 30,000  stars.   The Bolivian tin mines are situated at an altitude of 14,000 feet  above sea .level, in the departments  of Oruro, Potosi, La Paz and Cocha-  bamaba-  Winnipeg postmen are asking for  a raise of salary of 20 par cent.  ��   London, January 31.���The marshal (duke of Norfolk) gave but the  following*program' 'this'afternoon,  subject to a   change 'of   weather^  which may necessitate some of the  Visiting 'royalties'using carriages instead 'of riding as indicated. '  : On Saturday, February 2, a guard  of honor will be   mounted   at   the  London stations, Victoria and, Pad:,  dington. and   Buckingham - palace.  At 9 o'clock precisely the royal coffin will. be' removed'.from -Ports-  _ mouth to London, arriving at  Victoria at -11 o'clock. s On > its^ arrival  rin k London the' royalY coffin;will be  removed from the : carriage- by "an  'officer'and twelve m'en*of'the Grena-'  -tdier Guards, placed on   a gun, carriage, and the r crown < and cushion  "will be laid-, thereon. j-The, procession .will then move off in. the *'f6lp,  lo.wing order:... ^..^  t   \    vi " T_<  r  .  Au' officer ,��of ,the headquarters  staff, bands of the. Household ^cav-u  airy,' volunteers,* the First South-  Middlesex Rifles, the.LFirst .Middlesex - Engineers,   rthe, > Tynmouth  Artillery,-the Warwick -Yeomanry,  the.Colonial Corps.       * -   -. .    t    -  IA detachment formed under the  -'order of. *the* Colonial; officers, and  officer 'commanding tthe. provisional  battalion at Shorncliffe.    , f,    ,    ' a  -' Militia^-The.Third ^battalion of.  Gordon-1 Highlanders,*^'* the   Third,  battalion "of Royal Welsh Fusileers,  The Fourth' battalion -"of Ndrfolks^  the'Honorable'Artillery. - "'t -.   '. T  , Infantry���A ^detachment of( the^  veterinary' department, ;the ;army  payebrps,.-" tho-"J army^cha^lain^  'department,,,'Royal .Army.TMedical  corps, Ariny'^Service corps? ^representatives    of    the- Indian   army  selected by the India office, infantry  of the line, tlie Fourth battalion of  the Rifle brigade, the Royal  Irish  Fusileers, the* Second battalion of  the Highland Light Infantry, the  Fourth    battalion   of  the   King's  Royal Rifle Corps, the Royal  Fusileers,'" the   First battalion of   the  Royal Lancasters.   --  t Foot Guards���The "Irish Guards,"  the Scots Guards, the "Coldstream  Guards, the Grenadier Guards, the  Corps - of   Royal    Engineers,    the  Royal Regiment of Artillery.  Cavalry of the Line���The Twenty-first Lancers, the Seventh Hus-  sars,-the First Life Guards.  vices.  Royal Navy, etc.���The RoyalMa-  rine Light Infantry, the Royal Marine Artillery, the Royal Navy.  Military attaches of foreign embassies, headquarters staff of the  army, field marshals, band of the  Royal Marine Light Infantry, the  Guards' band, Royal Engineers and  Royal Artillery bands, the earl marshal, riding, gold sticks, two white  staves.  Gun carriages surrounded by a  bearer party of non-commissioned  officers of the Guards, while but-  side of these, on either side two  lines as follows: On the left of the  carriage the lord chamberlain and  aide-de-camps, the queen's physician, sir James Reid, equerries and  lord in waiting. On the right of  the carriage, the lord steward, aide-"  de-camp, equerries and lord in  waiting.  Immediately behind the gun carriage comes the king, riding, on his  left the duke of Connaught, on his  right emperor William, both riding;.*  following theses-come the royal*  family, royal representatives and  masters of the horse, all riding.  Four-horse carriages conveying the  queen and princesses. The kings of  Belgium, Portugal and the Hellenes,  probably riding, close the escort.  YESTERDAY'S    NEWS   IN   BRIEF.  Johannesburg. ��� Commandant  Marais was .wounded in an attack  and was subsequently captured.  San Antonio, Texas. ��� Steve  Brodie, the bridge jumper and  sporting man of New York, died  here today of consumption."  London.���The provisional government offices here have been totally  destroyed by fire,. says the. Tien  Tsin correspondent of the Standard.  The   fire  waa   obviously . of  in  cendiary origin." Chinese placards-  have lately been posted protesting  against the taxes levied by the provisional government.  "St.* John, New Brunswick.��� A.  R. Copp, was today elected by acclamation inv-Westmoreland> county  for the local legislature. He is a  government supporter.,  MONTREAIa.^Nof- S  pany'' has received an ambulance  wagon, on*e of, five built at Wood:  stock t for"7th*8 "Canadian * government. ' The*, vehicle is v thoroughly  up,to date/  , Ottawa.���The government has  issued a proclamation making Saturday a legal holiday so that banks'  will be able to close. The previous  proclamation 'did not -give them  power to do so.  Albany, New York.���The number of deaths in this state tin 1900  was 128,408 according to' reports  made to the state board of health.  This exceeds the number in 1899 by  h 6047,andJthe average' fe'r' "the past  five years by 8000.  London.���General Dewet's force  consists of 1500 men and two guns/  , says the Cape Town correspondent  of the Daily'Mail.'^It is unofficially  confirmedthat'he has AiteredrCa?iW-  .Colony, but definite,news is impatiently awaited. ���'" - J - ���-*.   '.  v <Lockport, :"New York."���-John  -Paterson, colored,**��� on: trial" for-the  . murder of Minnie Lewis at Niagara  Falls*,, was ^today;. found-guilty of  murder in 1the''secdnd 'degree and  was sentsneed to'life imprisonment'  at' Auburn.- ���-,'���"," ���  ���'��� Montreal.���Archbishop Brnche-  si today issued ajiotice of memorial  service at which^prayers' are*" tcrb'e  said'^ for the royal family in "St.  James' church on Saturday, morning: f1 The letter draws the attention of Catholics^that they areLfor-  bidden, to��� attend .Protestaut/ser-,  Berlin.���A despatch "fromjl field  'marshal/-count"$ votf    Waldersee,  dated   Pekin,- January/ 31st -says:.  'Hoffman's and Auer's columns have,  j-etur ned^ithout^ .fighting, ��� as ^ the w  robbeV bands'had excellent: sources"  .ofjtaformation and_were.*warned of  the approach of the Germans."  . ^.Cincinnatl���The hearing' in "the  Tease of J?J7 Jeffries' -and Gus" Rulilih;  who are matched'to -fight-here-~'6ttt  February '15th,-"*andc^.who   were:  arrested   on , warrants ^issued  aby  justice of the peace Roebling, which  was   set   for   this afternoon,' was  postponed until Monday on request  of the county prosecuting attorney.  , New York.���It was said today  that Helen Gould had  given $400,-  000. fqr the land, the building and  the complete endowment of a Young  Men's Christian Association, to be  built and conducted under the direction of the officers of the Brooklyn navy yard, and for the benefit  of sailors and marines.  St. Petersburg,���The 100th anniversary of the voluntary union  of Georgia witli-Russia today elict--  ited no newspaper comment. The  Russians have organized a Chinese  police force at Inkau, Manchuria.  The uniforms adopted are somewhat similar to those of-the Russian soldiers.  Brussels.���-A special dispatch  from Rome in a letter to bishop So-  garo, dated January 15th, says lord  Kitchener admits that tbe situation  of the British is veiy difficult, and  that the Boers are still hoping for  European intervention. He declares, however, that it is not true  that the British have committed  cruelties. . *  Johannesburg.���Four or live  hundred Boers recently invaded  the British patrols/ reached Beh-  ouia and attempted to destroy the  mines. Some fighting resulted and  the Boers were beaten off, carrying  away most of their, wounded, and  leaving two wounded behind them.  The British captured three prisoners! One Briton was wounded.  1:7 London.���It is understood here,  says the Durban correspondent of  the Standard, that operations in the  field willisooh be revived on a large  scale and the policy of hunting out  and capturing the.: Boers with  mounted troops will be pursued.  General Dewet's force consists of  1500 men.dnd two gluns.  Y LoNDO.*".���The Pekin correspondent- of. the Morning Post wiring  Wednesday says: " There is danger  in withdrawing the troops unless a  strong Chinese government can be  assured. Thousands of disbanded  Chinese soldiers are roaming about  ready to combine with any ruffians  they may meet.for the purposo of  attacking property. The kindly  compliance of the United States and  Russia merely endangers everybody  in Pekin.  M TBIBIITE  OF CANADA  A Floral Wreath Foil* Feet  In Diameter.,  f.  i>  i.  BRITISH COLUMBIA'S CIFT  ��� *���-/;*^i  STAR OF VIOLETS .AND LILIES OF  THE VALLEY.  -   T."X  Lord Strathcona So Affected He Could  Scarcely Be Heard at a Meeting  of Scottish Corporation.-  ..   , /  \.ufzX  - **a's&1  V ***^(i  *��� _y     -t*i*?I  y\ ' ^1  Vv?"    -"���������'a>Q.|  ' 7"7M  fv,"  "   Montreal, ^January   31. ��� The'r-  Star's   London   cable   says:, Lord ,'y.  Strathcona is official 'representative \,~-*.  of Canada at the,queen's funeral;/^  Canadasends a magnificent wreath $H  four feet in diameter andl consist  ing of a1 center panel of white-lilacs i(_  encircled with canielias, lilies of'thejt-  valley, and-a violets./ Around x'this c���-  outer circle-���are} eighty circular,^  wreaths"of white azaliai, represent-^'  ing eight' Canadian provinces! j The^' '-  inscription reads: "Tribute of affec- > 7.  tionate regard and esteem from" her  Canadian people.'V  .,4,British Columbia sends a-cushidn"^4  star 'of "'violets.'t with * tlie ^letters yi  "V. R: I." and crown picked 'but' in<*|r  Jj.r.  ^.V  3.y".^���*_  y 'v.j.i  Z-r*-  -vt:  yj  pfhk ^orcliids.^^���ytfThe^-ihscriptiony^ !0S_m  "reads::' '^Tribute of affection froin^ 2-fzf\  the   government ^and   people *jpf^    ys*f  British Columbia."-        '   ��� 1 . -. ���> -^U^^^\  ; The Daily Mail gives - ti- pathetic!, j   ? ,^  touchy in- its ^report -ot yesterday 's_ "^-i^X  proceedings of'the^Scbttish'-TOrpor-''.."   J4^"*!  ation assembled tor-pass -.a^vote of-  ,c6ndolejnce.'"f "It ^ says: .thatyidi'd  StrathconaYwas* soVvisiblyj affected  thatthough-h^stood-up foriseveral  minutes only^a word or-two. Here,  'ahd~rthere"could be���caugh't"and 'His^  ^speech w*n�� nothing" more"^hah^aV  mere whispter/     ?    "�� ' '���     ��� ' "   S  ' , ,'__!_________   Memorial-Day in Greenwood.  l-i a -        "    1 v   ^ '  Greenwood, January 31.���[Special to The Tribune.] ���By, order of  mayor Dr. Jakes all stores' will be  closed on Saturday, the "day appointed for the funeral of the  queen. Arrangements; have been  perfected for a public memorial  service to be held in the auditorium.  A large attendance"' is anticipated  from out of town as many of the  mines will close for the day. At  2 o'clock the procession will form  at the-eity-hallr consisting-of���the���  civic body, fraternal orders, unions,-  clergy and citizens. It will march  through the principal streets to the  auditorium,: where impressive funeral services will be held in which  the local clergy and a combined  choir will assist. Many stores are  handsomely draped in crape and  the club and office windows of the  Rendell block are a mass of purple,  black and white bunting.  Killed by an Explosion.  Victoria, January 31.���By an  explosion of nitro-glycerine at the  Giant Powder Company's works  five miles from Victoria this evening John Fen ton was killed and  George Phillips badly injured. The  men had knocked off work and were  standing outside the building when  the explosion occurred.' The manager is unable to account for it.  Fenton was a royal navy reserve  man recently from; England.  Victorias the Champions.  Montreal, January 21.���The  Victoria Hockey Club of Winnipeg  won the Stanley cup and world's  hockey championship r from the  Shamrock club of Montreal by  defeating them two to one, in the  second game of tbe series, having  won the first game by four to three.  The game was a very hot one, the  score at the expiration of the time  limit being tied. Five minutes over  time decided the game in Winnipeg's favor.  Toronto.���T. G. Blackstock announced today that his syndicate  had bonded the Nicola Valley coal  fields.   The bond is along one.  . Victoria bakers have organized.  Their hours of toil should. b��  shortened. THE TRIBUNE* KELSON BLCLEBIDAT, FEBRUARY 1 1901  to  *&&  Mi  to  | Haw Many Fallst  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  HAVE YOU HAD,ON THE SIDEWALK.��  DURING THEPAST FEW DAYS? to  to  ************************ ik\  IF YOU HAD WORN A PAIR OF OUR��  to Rubber Soled Shoes .. ..J  YOU WOULD HA VE BEEN PERFECTLY to  SAFE.   CONSIDER THESE PRICES:     jjj  Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   In   Black   and Tan  price $6.00, Snap at $4.50.  Men's   Rubber. Soled   Boots   in i Black  and Tan  - price" $5:50, Snap at $4.15.  .  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to Ladies' Rubber Soled  Shoes:   Regular price  $5.60,  now  to $4.15.  to  lf\ Same   reductions, in-. alh.our  stock of Dry  (fl Furnishings, Boots and Shoes.  to to  i|i ************************ m  m Twenty-FotiP SilkSkirt&R  to  Ftegular-Jp  Regular \J?.  _. yfo  to  to  to  Goods, Men's *$\  _< 7  to  to  to  to  to  to  B  B  B  B  B:  m.  B  B  ���B  B  B  to  Here; is something; for the Ladies.  Regular. price: $ ,6.00..  Regular price. $10:00...  Regular price $12.00..  Regular price $14.00..  Regular, price $16;00..  . Bargain- at,$ 4.50 .  .. Bargain- at^ $7i60  .Bargain?at $9.00  . Bargain: at $10.50  .Bargain at $12.00  ALL  SHADES.-  ************************  B  B  to  to'  B  to:  to  B  B  B  to,  *.  B  B  B  ^B:  MiBn  to  _m  IA-*"-,'  li**1-. '  I "j?''-* a  ht- -,'  x:v.  l��J-<i ^ t.  lev  Fott' the information of the little'  Colony, ,of    tinhorns,,    sure-thing;  '   gamblers,,   and    nickle-in-the-slot  '" men who have drif ted-in to Nelson  .   during the past two weeks, it - may  ���   be mentioned that there is'-no>4n-  . tention:on the part of the present  city'council to in any way.counten-  !. ance -either- public    gambling, or  *. gambling devices.-This-decision*-of  the city authorities, will ^be generally  approved   by , the    citizens-',  though jit may create some surprise  in the minds of certain- parasites  ' who imagined that under the new  ���munieipal-r6gi*a_e,-the_nmnicipalityj,  was,-to be constituted into a preserve for the benefit of the, sure-  thing men and fakirs.. The .sense  of security which possessed  these  people   is' best evidenced   by the  overtures  which have been made  for the installation of all kinds of  gambling devices from nickel-in-the-  slot machines to the roulette-wheel,'  and going so far iu &ome cases as  to acccount for the delivery in Nelson of the  machines  in, question..  This may be-accepted by the tin-  horus as   an   intimation to walk,  thus saving   themselves   and   the  police unnecessary trouble.  An effort is being made on behalf  of the employers, of   Chinese and  Japanese labor to secure the disallowance of the legislation passed  during the last session of the legislature, in. the interests of the white  wage-earners   of > the  province , as  against Chinese, and. Japanese im-.  migrants.    These acts are known as  the-British Columbia Immigration  Act and the Labor Regulation Act,  1900.   The first requires that every  immigrant, before being permitted  to enter the province,  shall be required to write out and-sign in his  own handwriting, in some European  language, an application for permission to enter.    The second- act  requires-that all- persons employed  upon .any-, public  work, or other  work carried on under a-provincial  charter, shall Jbe required-to read  the provisions' of tho act, in some  European language.     In  framing  these acts the members of the legis-  , lature practically adopted the sug-  Ygestionsof the imperial and Dominion;, authorities, , of* applying-,an-  educational test-similar to  that! of  .the Natal Act.   With-respect to the  Immigration Act the legislature has  power-* undeiythe "British ���; North  America Act to "make -laws-- in relation to immigration so long as such  laws are not repugnant i to any .act  of the Dominion parliament.*,    It is  worth, noting that. the. Dominion  statute-'sets out that. Chinese, may  come.in to the, province-, upon payment of" a head, tax of $100, and  the issue turns upon^the-' question-  whether this further condition, that  theyrshall   have  a, knowledge of  some European language^ is~repug*r  nanttothe Donxinion act.   For its.  own purposes the ^Dominion says  the Chinamen must contribute $100  in cash to the federal exchequer,  and the government ��� of the province in which they propose to make  their residence adds, .for its -own  benefit,.that in addition they shall  have knowledge of some European  language.   As to the Labor Regulation Act it is simply a matter of  agreement, in which applicants for  charters and privileges from   the  provincial government'agree, that  in  consideration for such charters  and privileges they-<Vill not, employ  in- any capacity any -person who  cannot read  the provisions of.;the.  Labor Regulation Act.   The government  of -the   province   should  have no difficulty in warding off  diallowance if it displays the same  energy as the men who are seeking  to bring disallowance about.  The city council of Kamloops is  being urged by one of its local  papers-to take such steps as may  be necessary to convert the city  into one huge hospital for the consumptives of Eastern Canada. This  is probably the largest price which  Kamloops could possibly pay for  i fame.          For Reorganization of the Army.  Washinoton, January 31.���After  an eventful legislative experience,  beginning with the present session  of-, congress and covering about two  months, the bill for the reorganizing  of the army of the United: 'Statbs  passed its last stage in congress and  nowagbes ��*' the* presidentufor. his  8ignature.^The-Jinal step was taken  imthe senate, where.by a.vote of 33  to 25 the conference report on the  bill was agreed to. The house of  representatives already had agreed  to the report. The- conference report was'kept before the . senate  constantly todays even the.shippiug  bill giving away. Opposition to the  bill continued to be vigorously expressed. Mr. Pettigrew and Mr.J  Teller made extended speeches in  criticism of the war department  and of the measure in general. Tlie  shipping bill-was discussed- during  the latter part of the day and some  progress was made on amendments.  A BUSY DAY IN CHAMBERS  Many Applications Presented.  The session of chambers whieh  1 was held before judge Forin yesterday was a busy one. Many appli-,  cations came up and the session was  much longeivthan usual.  ' In the suit of Marino vs. Alexander au order-waa granted compelling,  the.plaintiff to disclose on affidavit  all documents he has, in his possession respecting the suit.  In the case of McMillan vs. Sandi-  lands and Peck'& Co., an order was  given compelling^the -.plaintiff; to  give particulars - of his statement of'  claim or,in. default be prevented  from giving evidence at the trial.  ��� In Fen wick vs.'the B. C. Southern  Railway, an order was made grant-/  ing leave to. issue a. writ and serve  the defendants in .Montreal. rThis  suit affects the.right of way of the  defendants through the Wardner  townsite. ���  ��� In Briggsj- vs Newswander and.  Brackman &Ker vs. Oppenhimerua  summons' has been issued for orders  directing these cases to be > tried,  with jury. The applications' will  ,be heard1 on' Monday.  There are now ten caseslistedfor  trial at the session of -the;' supreme  court tobe-held here orii-February,  6th.>lThree of these will > be.-tried  i by jury.   They are-Fawsettj vs. - C  ��Pi R.',"-'Brackman,&-Ker -vs*." Oppen-.  himer and-Briggs vs.-���--News wander.-  - Chambers-will-again be > held oo.,  Monday . morning - when*- - another  ; long'list of- applications1' will* come!  up. '   '        ' ~_^_ -  A Bandon Bquabhle.-  ' 1 Mayor Pitts of Sandon' was examined before-the registrar,at the  court house..yesterday morning, for  discovery in the injunction of-flar,-,  ris against Pitts. The action,is.one  arising out of ithe, question, of the  occupancy of certain lots in.Sandon  claimed by Harris to be on a.highway. The street. in question was  laid out but never, used. -The- case  , will possibly i come > before , the  supreme court, which sets- here  on February 6th. F. L. Christie, an  attorney of,;Sandon. .appeared for  plaintiff and Macdonald & Johnson,  for the defendant.  0* "**? 0* t'00* 00 ' 00* &t '  '**^^ *^^*--^Mh,*-^^^ *^^. '-^r^*'.*^^~**^*_, **-**^^ *^^1  & ���0  *************************,**********+  ��� ���*  PREPARATORY TO STOCK-TAKING  COMMENCING  3 *st  to  to  to  to  to  to HOSIERY, DRESS Q00DS, SILKS;  TABLE LINENS,  TOWELS, MILLINERY,-MANTLES, FURS  to'<      CARPETS, CURTAINS, REMNANTS FROM ALL DEPARTMENTS AT BARGAIN PRICES.  to  f|\   MANTLES���Ladies Jackets, Goals and  *2* Golf-Capes at less-than cost.-  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  rtfe.-/ ���i__t -, < *Ei  '���RgBr^jfca ^^Sfe^- ^_*"__**,r ___^__^jS_^__^-__***4^' 4***^^ _t** '~^a> '^to>i'w^^<^i��^-fe-^p_-^'_^^ '"^tt'^__> ''^__*-^tt '���'^LW.'-^Bz. *^_ *^__ ��� f  ^^  ^Mk * ^B^ *^h^ * ^''^v'^M^ * ^^*fc '^h^ *.^^ *t^^. * ^^ *^Q^ * ^h**k *-Vk_ * ^-***^ *^T__ * ^i^ * * _^^ ' _t_W* __W * ___0* _W0 * _%_w* ___1 ' _tt0* __^ * _���w***__1 * __Vr! __W *_^^' _0^ * 00*tF ^ ^  ************************  SKIRTS^-Ladies- Ready-Made from $2  ���"   upwards.,  BLOUSE WAISTS-Our full..stock, of  Ladies-Waists at half price.  MILLINERY���AH.our. Ladies Trimmed  Hats-to,clear at Half price.  LADIES COSTUMES-Ladies Tailor-  Made Suits, we will sell, the  balance at Bargain Prices.*  Remnants of Silks, Dress- Goods,- Prints, Flannels, Table Linens, Carpets, etc., at less than Half Price.  i   - ************************   .  FURS���Balance^ of our -Fur stock at  25% Discount.  DRESS.GOODS~& SILKS-We offer  our stock of Dress Goods and  Dress. Silks at 20%, Discount.  Silks for Evening Wear, a.large  stock offered at. 20% Discount.  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.   fl\  Bargains in Mens Ties, etc.  MENS  TH.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  S21 to 331 Baker Street, Nelscn  American aqd^EuropMiiu Rlanr.i  KOOTIENAY....  COFEEEY.CO.  *******?****************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************  We are offorlnft at lowest prices the best  gTades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas. -  Our Bea\ Mocha and Java Coffee, per -  pound 9  40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds    1 00  Choice Blend Cofloe, 4 pounds    1 00  Special Hlend Coffee, U pounds    1 00  Rio Blehd Coffee, G pounds    1 00  Special lMend.Cejlou Tea, per pound     30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  MEALS   25    CENTS  BOOMS LIGHTED BY HLBCTRICIT*.  AND HKATBD BT STEAM   '   36 CENTO TO ��1 ,   QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON,  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and ^flr^-obua  dining-room. HamrJa rooms tor oommerolal men.  RATES 82 PER DAY    .  .'���a-  Limited.  LATH OV THK BOTAL HOTBL,'OAMl_B-  '  CHARLES , HILLVER;; tn HARRY. HOUSTON,'_ ���    *  - ^President and General Manager. Secretary-Treasurer  y.      r   AU Communications 'to be addressed, to either,of the. above..''        - ~Y.  We lire prepared to Furnish -  by Rati, Baptre^or Teiims^t   ^  DIMENSION; LUMBER. .    'v  ^ ROUGH and DRESSED, LUMBER   .  LOCAL and .COAST- CEILING r        \[  LOCALfand- COAST FL00RTNG7���-'  v,,  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR , :  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP,:STEPPING^   .  PINE.and.CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED-WORK, BAND'S AWING -  1  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED; VERANDA^ POSTS  ,    STORE FRONTS  DOORS; WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices l>efore -~ ,    , --  purohaslnff elsewhere. -  OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.- HILLS:.HALL STREET WHARF  N|adden House  Baker and Word  1' Stmeta, Nelaon ���  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators- and  Paper Hangers.  , The onlj hotel ln Nelson that haa remained  under one management since 1890.  ��� The bed-rooms are.*well fnrnlBhed and lighted  by eleotrlolty.  The bar Id alwara atooked by the beat dom a-  tlo and Imported liquors and olgara.   .   THOMAS MADDEN,- Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. Mc_��ANU8,.Manager  Bar atooked with beat hranda of wines; Uqnora,  and Olgara. Beer on draught. Large oomfort-  able roomn.  Flrot-ol&tvi table' bm A.  R. REISTERER & CO.  ^ BRBWEaBfl 'AMD BOTTUBB8 OV *'  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Hbad.Of-hoii at  NELSON, B. 0.  WhoIesale-and-Retail���  Dealers in Meats  Prompt and  delivery to  ie tradff ���>  Brewery at NefiMR  NOTICE.  AllJraerabers of the -Nelaon- Miner's Union, that can possibly do so,  are requested to meet at the new  Miners'Union Hall, in the C. P. Rr  building at the corner of Baker and  Stanley streets, ou- Saturday, February, 2 at 11 a. m. sharp for the  purpose, of taking part in'the pub-  lie memorial services in respect - to  the memory of her late majesty the  queen, arranged by the eity. Members will please-bring their funeral  badges to be worn in the procession.  .Tames - Wilks; Secretary.������..  w__m_wB_mmmkwmmmh__m_mam_m  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and Kootenar Streeta.  P. O. Box MS. -  TKIaBPHOIMlO NO;- M  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, -Trail,-Kaslo,'Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, Ne*  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, -Greenwopd^Oaaoade Oity^liid---  way, and Vancouver. " "* 1  ��� Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded-  West Kooj&iftay Butcher Co*  Alat, KINDS 09  FRESH :ANDV SALTED MEATS  WHO__QBAI_8 AND BBtAIIi  FI8H AND POULTRY IN 8EA80N  Baker Street, Nelson   .  nnnnRfl bv UAiri ftmini7��voARioraffi Aim piuiupp Awnwi-iotf -   ROSSUAIND   BlSiailNEERHNa  WORKS  CUNLIFFS & MCMILLAN  Founder!-and-Maohlnlst*, 8peolalty of Ore Gars, Ore-Bin Doors and General'Mining Machinery.  Ialat ot aeioond-band machinery on hand, ;whlch haa been thoroughly overhivuled and la aa good  as new:    -      v    ,  1 2---H. P. Locomotlve-typo boiler, with engine attached and all fittings, ready to tarn on steam.  1 bi"x8" Doable-Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist; built by Ingersoll Co.  - .1 Sinking Pump, No. 6 Cameron,! Now York. ���  1 Sinking Pump, 10"x5"3cl3", outaide-packed'-plunger pattern.-  Watch'thla,advertisement for further-llats, or write us before yon buy for complete list.   We  may have just -what you want. .  Agents for-Northey Pumps.1 Stock carried.  WHOLESALE TRADE  ' '      ��������� 4  ,  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  VpHORPEt& CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  ���* and Cedar street*, Nelson, manufacturer!!.  ot and wholesale dealers in .aerated waters and  fruit ayrups.   Solo agonts for Halcyon Springs  . mineral water, j Telephone 60. . -  .'- .   ASSAYERS'^ SUPPLIES.  ll  W-F." TEETZEL 8cCO.���Corner Baker, and  ���   Joeephino streeta, Nelson, wholesale deal  ?rs- In i assayers' supplies. Agents, for Deuve.-  IreClar Co. of Denver. Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  TT J. KVANB, 8c CO.-Baker street, Nelson  -t" -wholesale--doalers-.in Uauors,c olgara  cement, Are brick and fire clay, water pipe .and  ���teel rails, and general oommlsslon meroh__ta.  <    BLEOTEICALSUPPLIEa ...  EOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY,ft CON-  8TRUt*T'ION COMPANY���Whoteaalodeal. ���  -ers ln telephones, annunciators,! bells...batteries,>  fixtures, eto., Houston blook. Nelson.  ., FLOUR AND FEED.  -DRAOElf AN - KER  MILLING . COMPANY \  *->  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay.  BtraUtbt or  mixed-oars shipped to all  Kootenay. Point*.--,  Qraln elevators at all principal points on Calgary.  ,  Edmonton R. R. Mills at Victoria, New West"  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta., >   ~  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS tt \ CO.���Baker street,' Nelson;- j  wholesale dealers ln fresh and oured meats.-,  Cold storage.  GROCERIES. < '       ,  A MACDONALD 8c CO.-Corner 'Front and\-  ��� Hall streets, wholesale grocers and ���  'obbers in blankets, gloves, mitts; boots, rubbers, -  mackinawa and miners' sundries., ,. a. .  ���crooTHNAY' BUPPLY- COMPANY,' LIMI- '  *-*^ TED���Vernon,-street. Nelson,, wholosale.  grocers. .  P.,  TOHN OHOLDITCH 8c CO.-  u   eon, wholesale grocers.  -Front atreeb, Nel-  J-Y.-QRiFFIN-ft-CO.���Front atreet,-Nelson.^  ���  wholesale-dealers   ln provisions,   cured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.^Cornor Baker and Josephine  ���  streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers ln.hard-  ware and mining supplies.  Powder Co.  Agents for-Giant.  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  AWRKNCB   HARDWARE    COMPANY'  ������' Baker St,; Nelaon, .wholesale   dealers ln  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' -supplies.  LIQUORS AND. DRY Q00DS.  rpURNER. BEKTON ft CO.-Cornor Vornon  ���*���   and Josephine streeta, Nelaon, wholesale  dealers In liquors, olgara and dry goods. Agent* *  for Pabat Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON  POWDER  COMPANY-Baker  atreet, Nelaon, manufacturers of dynamite,-  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers In oapa and fuse, and electric  Wasting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.,  XTMaSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  v* LIMITED���Corner Front and HaU-streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of��� and wholosale dealers  ln sash and doorsi all kinds of taotary work made  to order."  P.  O.  BOX 108.  THIRD AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  Home Grown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Shrubs  Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Plants and Soeds.  Extra choice stock of Peooh, Apr'cot, Plum.  Cherry and Prune Treos. New .importation of  flrst-class Rhododendrons, Roses, Chaiutus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc  80,000 to choose from. No agents or commis  alon to pay. No fumigation or inspec ion ohnrge���  Greenhouse plants, agricultural iniplomentB*-fer,-  tllizora, bee supplies, etc, Largest and most  complete s'osk In the provinco. Send for, catalogue before placing your orders.- Address  . ft|. J. HEURY, Vancouver, B. C.  White Labor Only.  __&' ISfflBi IT- COSTSr BUT' ONE CENTlSggicy^^_a3  To drop ua a post card tliat we may cell and give estimates.  It saves-many dollars.  Never  have any plnrnhMtg fdono until you have Been'-our goods and. our prloee.  opppsma  STRACHAN BROTHERS. 3Plumbo_����.  WINES AND-CIGARS.]  HALIFORNIA   W1NH  VS TBD-Corner Front s  COMPANY,    LIMI,   and Hall streeta, Nelaon, wholesale dealers in winee (oase and bnlk;  and dnrnesUo .and ImnoHmd oioars.  REILEY & BENOY  (      SUCCESSORS TO  _I. D. ASHCROFT)  BLA0K8MITH3   AND - WOOH-WORK**.*  tXPOTTHORSESHOEIMC;-  Special-attention  ��naoo_  botte  iven to all klcdsof n  r.jpor___trqm ovralde points,  to order on ahdit notice;  .eavy  P. J. RUSSELL  Bayer and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prices  Prompt Return-  Fatr-A-aorunent  Shlpjby Express.  N^EfljSONjV&O.  ANTI-CHINESE EESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted- at a regular  -meeting held'on Saturday evening, Decembor  22nd, lWO'all members of Nelsop Miners' Union.  No. 98, W. F. M., aro requested, to uee every  legitimate means  To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese*  directly or indirectly. All union men and others  who believe In making this a white man's country, are requested toco-operate in giving effect to  the aforesaid resolution.   By order,  >  -    NKLSOtf MINERS'- UNION.  Nelson, December 22nd.  The above resolution has been endorsed b? the  Trades and 'Labor -"Council of Nelson, and all  union men, aruLothers in sympathy "frith it, we  requested to govern;themselves   accordingly.  Bs order,"   '���'���������"  TRADES ft LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nelson, December 22nd.  AEOHITEOTa  EW_JEtT ft CARRIfi-Arohlteota.   Rooms  MtdBaibflrdMTibto-ka Baker-t��sS,Nefeon, vv     >  THE .TBEBDiraU. N^SONV RiCn FRIDAY'.FEBRUARY. 11901.  BAN& OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up.... $12,000,000.00 -  RB3ST    7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon, George A, Drummoud Vice-President'  S. S. Clouston Oeneral Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In London (England) New York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cablo  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available In any port of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made. Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.  THREE INSTANTLY  KILLED  -ym'Giffi-BBaFr  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WniOH IB AMALGAMATED  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  .    '     HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.'  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  88000,000-  $2,000,000  AGCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000,'  Hon. Qeo.  A. Cox,  President.  Robt. Kilgour,         Vice-President.  London Offloe, 60 Lombard Street. H. O.  New York  Office, ja   ___change Place.  and 01 Branches in Canada and'the   ' '  United States.  ImpelMBank of Canada  -H__ur OFFICE. TORONTO. .-. *  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,458,603  $1,700*000  At a Railroad: Crossing,��� *-  BoWiMANViLLE,.Ontarib, January  27.���As the result of a railway   accident near the Grand Trunk station   here   this . afternoon    three  young people were   in   au   instant  hurried    into    eternity.    > Shortly  after one o'clock No., 1 G. T. R., international limited, conductor Patrick B. Mahon, and driver John Curran, came down the- grade   a mile  east of Bowmanville   station   at  a'  speed-estimated not less than 60 or  65 miles an hour, intending as is the  usual custom to   pass   the*- station  without stopping, but1 today, being  somewhat behind time,   the   train  '   was making very rapid.tims.  Coining from a* part, of,'Bowmanville in a: covered buggy; with.the  top up, on what is familiarly known  as the Wharf road, just at the time  were Herbert Hallet, of Whitby,  ' stepson-of'W. J.'Hallet,-farmer and  milk dealer, Jiving about two^niles  ���west of Whitby town, and his two  cousins, Misses Helen*'and Amelia  Knight, -j only daughter's of Mrs.  William Knight, widow, residing in"  this' town, in* poor circumstances.  Whether engaged in earnest conversation and > ignorant .of the  approach of the flyer, or making an  attempt to''cross1-< the track, before'  the train reached the crossing and  y failing, ,will never be known. All  three were' instantly ' killed, and'  only.' one individual' besidess, the  driver of the engine "is known" to  l&ve witnessed the:8hocking calamity. ~ The .carriage ^was about. half  way over the-railway- track-.when  the engine struck it, carrying the^  vehicle 30 or 40 rods on the cowcatcher. The horse was scarcely  injured, though thrown over-with-  the forces of the,.blow, /one. shoe  being wrenched off.' ' In a'twinkling  the shafts, tugs and holdbacks  were snapped aud the horse went  free, galloping to the, residence of  Mrs. William Puley, a mile distant,  where Helen, an elder sister, resided  with her aged aunt.        *-- "  :Amelia, a younger sister,., was.  carried 10 or 15 rods and dropped,  on the side of the track, rolling into  a ditch just in front-of Robert  Stanley's- residence.'. Helen Knight  and Herbert Hallett "were carried on  tlie engine to,the station, where the  train - was -.quickly   brought to a  ^ standstill and/an investigation immediately " instituted. ' All three  were dead and the elder Miss Knight  was terribly injured about the body  and head,- her arms and legs being  broken.: Hallet was likewise badly  cut on the right side of the head  and was considerably bruised about  his body. The younger woman was  bleeding profusely when found,  having also sustained some bad cuts  about the head and face.  Dr. Tilley,'after hearing tho particulars, decided no inquest was  necessary,.as no blame attached to  the train hands. The whistle was  blown long -and loud before the  train reached the crossing and the  deaths were purely accidental. The  crossing is not considered a dangerous one as the fields all around  it are level', and there is a full view  of .the trackfqr a considerable distance on eitlier'sicle of tlie road.  Prohibition Dpsen't Prohibit.  For a-prohibition'i>own in a state  where prohibition^ said to -.be a  success, Portland, Maine, seems to  be fairly well supplied-with "blind  pigs." The sheriff of Portland" an-  , nounces that he isgoing-to -try to.  shut up "thirteen hotels, eighty-:  eight saloons, seventeen kitchen  bars, three wholesale <. drug stores,  fifty drug stores, four bottling establishments and about fifty other  places where liquor is spld in the  city." - Portland is a city about  four fifths the size of Winnipeg but  on the showing of its sheriff, it completely eclipses Winnipeg in the opportunities it affords for the quenching of alchoholic thirst.  Death Sentence Commuted.  From Ottawa comes confirmation  of the telegraphed report that James  Slorah of Dawson City, who was  convicted of murder and sentenced  to be hanged on March 1st, lias had  his sentence- commuted. He: shot  and killed" his> wife;* Pearl ;Mitc_Ml.  Jl'ce miuister'ol justice recommend*  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present rate'  three per cent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  . *_  ed to the cabinet that, the sentence;  should be commuted tov life impris  onmenti   and*  an   order-in-council.  was signed by the governor-general, based on Hon. Mr. Mills'recommendation.   The,. unfortunate man  will be taken to the^British Columbia  penitentiary,, where   he -will  spend the - remainder of his days.  James Slorah, who went to the Yukon from Seattle, was - a bartender  at one of the hotels in Dawson City.  He married Pearl Mitchell, who was  a solicitor for drinks at one of the  resorts of the city.   She continued  in that capacity after she~married.  From the evidence in the case it  appears that Slorah came home late  oue morning and bis wife proceeded  to upbraid him. He had been drinking, and the result of the quarrel-  was "that, he sent two shots'into her**  head.  -A defense of suicide was put-  up at the trial, but it failed, and'  the   jury brought in a verdict of  guilty of murder with a recommendation to mercy.-. In view - of; that-  recommendation, and -also on4.account of there being no premedita--  tion.'the executive has changed the  sentence to- one Yof | imprisonment  for life.        "   ' '    '    "A-Lucky Panner^-^^  . - There" is a farmer nained^ Wells,  residing on Lulu1 island, who' claims  the distinction of being the luckiest  farmer in British Columbia. He declares that in a competition for percentage increase,'his cattle .would  take the-prize all through. the Dominion*- of'" Canada.-' "Within six  .weeks-seveni^pf his cattle_Nhave,  vCalved arid'fiver of these-'-'have1- had"  ' .twins. The phenomenon has-been  related to several veterinary" sur"  geons who have lately been called  to investigate"," "but they are nonplussed., -All,the calves are healthy  and in good condition -and .appear  to be getting-1 along - in fine -- style.  The cattle are mostly Holsteins.  !Mr. Wells has taken several prizes  with the cattle at recent fairs.  -   D. R. WilMe, General Manager,  ._   i   \  __'Hay, Inspector.  Nelaon Branch���Burns Block, 821. Baker, Street  J. M. LAY. Man_t(_.  place of honor in this hall of Independence. It is to you what the  Magna Charta is to England. -It is  cracked, but'-it is an inspiration.  Believe me, my friends, it'affects-,  me more than anything. I^have  been shown." And then-the bell  was resurrected and given-* a. place,  of honor, and today it is the liberty  bell of America.- and America's  greatest relic.r -And it; was he who  has just beeu named Edward VII.  that made it so.  - <-<*&  ���-���a-    >"h.   *  ---?*$  V��  *���%  *f        ~*J_.  <y^b  "* <__-><>&?''(__-���">{Z3:c=3%(Z?'G?'C?%CS>   TORONTO   STOCK   EXCHANGE.  THURSDAY'S QUOTATIONS.  stock.                                 ' ' Asked.-    Bid.  Brandon & Golden Crown          8  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate...         7}  Cariboo (McKinney)          15  Cariboo Hydraulic    '1 85'  '     9  ���4  .   7  30  153  1 10  65 00 "  California '.           fi  Deer > Trail Consolidated ,        3  Evening Star f        < 8  3  2}  5  Fairview Corporation           81,  3  0  34  IS'  i?4  -Morrison..: ' '.           64  Mountain lalon         40  ,NobIeFive        i  North Star...:         89  64  25  2  82'  65  Olive,         114 -  Payne         68 J ���  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated-...'       31  Republics ...:. ,     49  Slocan Sovereign      '  '8  Virtuo .'. .-.:*,      -30  8  53 '  '   30  .45   a  * fi  274  05,-.  Waterloo           3  -White Bear "           48  -Winnipeg           H  .Sullivan '         U.  :         ., , -.       ,      SALES.       "            ,   ,  100 Granby $  fiOO Falrvlew, .,   2500 Evening Star.' : -.:..'  8ft00' Vana nda'....'. : '.   1&5 Hammond Reef   1000 Iron'Mask���: ; :...:   '2J  4  3  ��� 024-  434'  6 -  2-  lt  ,414-  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 Klim  WE HAVE THE BEST MADE PIANQS IN CANADA.  THEY.HAVE STOOD THE TEST IN KOOTENAY'FOR THIRTEEN YEARS  rfjn *   -    ' CALL AND INSPECT THEM., :, ' V  nH\ **************************  h\      . JACOB DOVER, The  Jeweler.  .__. - t        , _ - -.  Our Jewelry, and Watch Department'Is'In'full swing. Mall Orders receive our Prompt Attention.  ���_��i_-_*^v^ v^v^ v^t.^ "^^v^ t-^  ��z^y^i<:~k 'SS'SS *^.<~�� *s52<;~3 *~2  -' >*  -* <���* .  '\^^c^.^ie^.''^.(^.(^.^.(^.e=^.^.i^,.<^.^'^./^.(^.t  ..-.  r  Improved"' Incandescent-  Mirror ���   Globe-.; Lamps,  ..Now a.in- Stock:     They  Improve   Electric   Light  Fifty   per   cent. * J   ,  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  :   & CONSTRUCTION CO.  .Kitchener's Report.  -fLoNDONJ 'January 31. ��� General  Kitchener telegraphing from Pretoria under, date of today says:  "Dewet's force crossed the Bloera-  f ontein-Ladybrand line near Israels-  poort during the night of January  30bh. Hamilton's'men at the waterworks were unable-to get in touch  with them. French with cavalry  and mounted infantry is sweeping  the country east of the Pretoria-  Johannesburg railway between Del-  agoa,Bay and Pretoria. He met  about 2500 of the enemy at Welge  ^valley\ TfieTeneniy retired~witlf  four killed and nine wounded. Our  casualties were one killed and seven  wounded. Knox reports that he  engaged Dewet's force south of  Welcome, January 29th. There  was -continuous . fighting for some  hours. Five Boers were buried.  They removed many of their casualties in carts. Our casualties were  one officer and one man killed and  13 wounded."  The Prince and Liberty BolL  Salt Lako Trlbuno,  And now they are telling that  when the prince of Wales came to  America in 1800, partly in a joke  and partly in'irony, he was invited  to visit Independence hall to view  the treasures which are the most  forcible reminders of America's de-.  fiance to her mother country. The  young prince went there, took in  the portraits of the men who stirred  up- tbe revolution, made complimentary remarks upon them, looked  with interest on the manuscript of  the Declaration of Independence,  and took in his hands the swords of  the men who fought the armies, of  George III. Finally he came'to a  garret and was told that there  was where the bell was-rung when  the declaration was read. Then he  wanted to know what had become  of the bell. They found it for him  with the aid of their canes. It was  hidden away beneath a mass of  peanut shells, orange peels, waste  paper and other debris.  The prince was shocked. For a  moment he gazed at the poor  cracked bell that had rung at the  nation's birth, and then. he said;  "This old bell' is the greatest relic  this republic has today. Instead of  being, here covered ��� with; this -accumulated dirt it should occupy the  Nelson, B. C.  O. W. West & Co.  COAL. I     WOOD!  Hard Coal  Anthracite  "$10.75 Ig���?'9 NM*  DBLIVERHD  S6.15  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY. IaTD.  No order can be accepted unless accompanied  by cash.  -_  Office:  Corner of Hall  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  Lethbridge Calt Coal  The best value for the money In the market  for all purposes.  terms oabh     W. P. Turkhy, General Agent  Telenhone 147.   Offloe with O. D. J. Christie.  $5oq in  *&************&i  The censusTof Canada will be taken in April, and the pop-,/  illation of.the several incorporated, cities will 'be known a short  time afterwards.   The Tribune publishes Daily and' Weekly-  editions-at the following rates of subscription by mail: Weekly, -  ;one year $2;' Daily, six months, $2.50 ;.one 'yeari' $5. " _The * Daily  is delivered in Nelson-by carrier-at the following, rates: Three  months,'$2.50;,six months,'$5; one year, $10.-:pA large number,  ' of subscribers are in arrears, and a large' number of subscriptions  >- are about to expire, besides a large number "of people in Kootenay  and Yale are about to renew subscriptions for newspapeis for the"  'year.*   In order to make*it'an' object for all'these people to pat-,  ronize The [ Tribune, the'following' sums are offered as,prizes, on -  ; the following,conditions:" ,,'*���'."���'''������.'  $100  -Canada .���/. ._',:*. ."���::..  British Columbia ���  ,.-   25.  Northwest Territories .,.   25 -  Manitoba '.... . 25.  Ontario   '.   25  Quebec'.    25'  New Brunswick   - 25  Nova Scotia-........:...   25'  Surpassing  Display in  Fall Suitings  Al! the fashionable creations  in Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consign-  ment of Scotch and Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.  FRED J. SQUIRE. Manager.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEIa BLOCK.  Large stock of high-class Imported goods. A  specialty of the square shouldor���the latest  fashion in coats.  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   " POMMERY"  'iSMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  Bmoh-ng and Pipca.  Nelson ..,.....'.:::.:...:.'$50"  Rossland \.' *."...,...:   25;  Kaslo"..:.: .'.' ".,.. ."< 25  Sandon   :.'.'."..."!.-:.-     26  Revelstoke :...'.'. r.    25  Grand Forks .........     '25  Phoenix .:...'....'.;..,..  '25  Greenwood....  25  The subscriber, remitting $2"in payment of ,either arrears  or advance subscriptions to The Tribune will be entitled to give  an estimate on the population of any two places in.the.list named  above ;'$2.50, to three estimates; $5.00, to.five estimates ; $10, to  ten estimates. Pill out-blank below, in accordance "with above  terms, and remit amount of subscription to  The -Tribune Association, Limited  . NELSON, B.C.  ��� ,llllllimTTIItT,TTTfITTtTTTITTTTTTTrTITTamiTTaTta��,l,,UMTimiHIIHIH,���r,mtalT��rmn  Name  Post Office.  1  Province   Amount enclosed $      Subscription to    Edition of The Tribune  Estimate as to population of  vaiiaUa      ���������������_������������>������ ���������       ��������������������������������������������������  British Columbia    North-West Territories   n!  Manitoba   Ontario      Quebec   New   Brunswick���.  Nova   Soctia   City of Nelson   City of Rossland   City   of  Kaslo   City of Sandon   City of Revelstoke...  City of Grand Forks.  City of Phoenix   City of Greenwood...  This offer holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.  ��� j_mx._rtr_xiH  Tuesday to Saturday  FEBRUARY 12-16, 1901  ^  EIGHT CURLING CONTESTS":  Under  the   Auspices ot the' Kootenay Curling  Association,  HOCKEY TOURNAMENT  Tor jSenlon,*' Junior "and Iaadiea' Championships  of,'"British Columbia  SNOWSHOE RACES  SKI'RACKS   SKATING .HACKS     .  "For Provincial Championships and for Men and  ; Boys  CUTTER AND*-DOG RACKS  Coasting Contests .Carnival Masquerade  $3000 in Trophies and Prizes $3000  Rates of a Single Fare for the Round Trip on all  Railways. - For furtner particulars see jjoetOTS  and-proKrams or address     H. W. C.JACKSON  Secretary Carnival Coramltteo, Rosaland, B. C.  *:  >  [L.S.] ��� HENRI G. JOLY dk LOTBINIKRK.    U  *l ���**>      '"canada:^   .    ���-:        ...  "I     PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  VICTORIA, by the Grace of God, bf the a" United'  Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland,  ; Quean, Defender of the Faith, &c, &c , &o.,,  To our Faithful the members elected to serve in  the Legislative Assembly of Our Province-of  ���' Biitish Columbia at Our City of Victoria.���  .    G roe ting:     ' "   - ,   .       ���,   ,  A PROCLAMATION. v    .  "S '   H. A. MACLB.IN, \'\XTHKREAS    Wo  Deputy Attorney-General. / ".    are    desirous.  ,ond resolved,'as soon as may be, to meet our poo-  Elo of our Province of British Columbia, ana U>  ave their advice in Our Legislature:  ; NOW KNOW*. YK, that for divers causes and  considerations, and taking into consideration lhe  case and convenience of Our loving subjects, Wo  rhave thought lit, by and witli the advice of Our  Executive Council do hereby convoke, and by"  .these presents enjoin you, and oach of ��� you, that  on Thursday, the twenty-first day of February,  one thousand nine hundred'and one, you meet-  -Us in Our said Legislature or Parliament of Our  said Province, at Our City of Victoria, FOR THE  -DISPATCH OF BUSINESS.~to>treat, do, act/  .andconolude upon those things which, in rOur  'Legislature of the Province of British "Columbia,  ������by the Common'Council of,Our*said Provinco  may, by the favour of God* he ordained. <",*; Z  In Testimony Wiikrkok, We have  caused'  these Our Letters to be made Patent and the.  Great Seal of tho, said Province to be hereunto affixed: . ,- \  i ���Witnkss, the Honourable. Sir Henri Gus-,  '   tavk Jolv bkLoibinikrk, K.C.M.U.; Lleu-  4      tenant-Governor  of Our said'Province.of  British Columbia, In Onr City of Victoria, ln~  Our said Provinco, this seventeenth, day of  January, in tho year of Our Lord"-ono thousand nine hundred and one, and ln the sixty-  fourth year of Our Reign.  By Command.  J. D. PRENTICE, Provincial Secretary.  Provincial Secretary 'h Okkick,  17th January, 11)01.  HIS HONOUR, tlio Lieutenant-Governor in  Council, under tlio provisions of llio "Land  Registry-Act has been pleobcd to establish at  tlio City of Nolson.-'in the County of Kootenay,  a District Office for the 'Recording of Instruments *  and Registration of Titles ailectiug real estate,  situate within the County of Kootenay.  The name of tho said registration district shall  be the Kootenay Lund Registration District.  : Henry Fry MacLeod; of the Citv of Nelson, solicitor, has been appointed to perforin the duties  of the said District Ofllce,' which ehallbe open  for the transnctlod of business on and after the  second day of March,* 1901.  ���*'   ��� 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 ho may have^  transferred, his Interest in tho Harvey.Joy.  mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson  Mining Division.  You are horoby notified that I havo expended-  One Hundred Dollars in labor and improvements  upon the above mentioned   mineral claim, in  order to hold  said, mineral  claim  under  tho  provisions of tho Minoral Act, and if within  ninety days from the date of this notice you full  orrefuso to contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your intorest in said claim will become tlie  property of tlio subscriber, under section four of  un Act ontitlod "An Act to Amend tho Mineral  Act, l'JOO." SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12Ui day of Decoinber, 1000.  LAND   NOTICE.  Notice Is horeby given, that thirty days after  date I intend to apply to tho chief commissioner  of lands and works for permission to purchase  tho following doscrlbcd lands about two miles  west of the City of Nelson: Commencing at a  post marked XV. J. Boaven's S. K. Corner Post  planted at S. W. cornor post of II. Selous' purchased Lot(105, Group l.on the high water line  on tho west bank of Kootenay river, thenco north  20 chains, thenco west 20 chains, tlionco south 20  chains, moro or less to tho high water lino on  north bank of Kootenay river, thence following  tho meandering of the aforesaid river In an easterly- direction-20 chains more or less to point of  commencement. Containing 32 acres more or  less. W. J. BEAVKN.  Dated at Nolson this 24th day of Decembor, 1900.  LAND LEASE NOTICE.  - Notice Is hereby, given, that within sixty days  after the date of this notice, I intend to apply to  tho assistant commissioner of lands and works,  at Nelson, for a lease of: the following described.  land, for the purpose of opening up and working;  stone quarries, situate about two miles In ant  easterly direction from tho City of Kaslo, West;  ^Kootonay, District: .���-,-.  Commencing ata post planted on the lake shore;  marked ".J. A. Knauf 's N. W. cornor," running-  -thence.east twenty chains; thence south twenty:  .chains; thence west twenty chains,'more or lessi  "to the lake shore; thence north along the lakeehoro  to tho 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 andiln-  struniental music Is now prepared to recelvo  pupils for instruction in voice-culture, Italian  method, also piano andorgan. .  For terms and further particulars apply room  fl, A. Macdonald-building, oorner Josephine and  Vernon street.  ENOINEEB8,  /^HARLM PAREBR-Mlnlng and milling en.  v/ gjh_m. -Ximwr-Bowkk'Blwk.Bit-ecstarMti  MMaMi  *     ' ��   TRADES  UNIONS.   ,  XTELSON MINERS' UNION-NO." **6,-W.';F.'efc  .-*-1*   M.-rMeete in.minere',union rooms, northeast oorner Vlctorla-and Kootenaystreets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clook.'  visiting mem  bers^reloome. M. R. Mowatt, President. Jame  Wilkes,   Seoretary...' Union^Soalk or Wages  for-Nelson" -District���Per'-ehift,'s'-machlne=  men, $3.50: hammersmen miners. $3.25; muckers,  carmen, shovelers and other underground labor-  iera, ^.OO." ���.���-���,."_,  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The regu-  lar meetings of tbe Nelson Trades and Labor  Connoiliwlll beheld in the mineraVunion hall,. ' j  oorner of Vlotoria and Kootenay stroets.on'the" '  -first and third Thur8day,'Ot.*eaohJmonUi,^at  7.30p.m. O.J.Thorpe,President. 'J.H.Matheson,- Secretary.'  .���pHE regularmeetinga of tho Carpenters' Union  -]���*��� ^arn held'on .Wednesday, evening.of eaoh  .week, at 7 o'clock, ln the Miners' Union hall oorner  vlotoria  and   Kootenay'streeta.-.Charles  Clayton, President. ��� John MeLeod, Secretary.  ARBERS'. UNION.���Nelson Union. So. 116. of '7.  - the International Journeymen Barliers Uu-  lou of America, moets every first and third Monday of eaoh month in Miner's Union Hall, cornor'  of.Vlcterla and Kootenay streeta.-at.8-^0ip.m.  sharp., Visiting brothers cordially invited to  attend.1 R. ��� McMahon,; p*^esldent; j. H.'MaMie-  soa. secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardnor, recording  secretary.' > �� ���   .-,-  N_  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers"Pro,  teotlveUnion.iNo. 8121, A. F. of L.',meetain  Mlnersl Union hall, C. P. R. block, corner, of;  Eaker and Stanley streets, every-Monday evonlng.  at7:30p.m. sharp. Visiting members of the American - Federation ���cordiaUy, invited to.attend.-  A..3. Curie, President. --John Roberts, re-Y  cording secretary.   ,       , r    .   , "   .      ,  ^  ELSON PAINTERS'. UNION-The, regular  meeting of'the Painters' Union Is held  the first and third Fridays ln oach month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp,"J. HiMillward,  Prosident; Will J. Hatch, Secretary.     ~  COOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION -Regular  meetings oh the second and fourth Thursdays of each month, at 8 o'clock In Miners' Union  hall. Vistiug brethorn cordially Invited. C. F.  Bell, president; J. P. Forestall,L seoretary  treasurer. ' ,  PLA8TERERS' UNION-Tho O. P. I. A. No.  172. meets every Monday evening In the  Elliot blook, oorner Bakor and Stanley streeta, at  fl o'olock. J. I) Ma-iv��w, oresldent; William  Vice, secretin y, P. O. Bok <iIG. >  .   ' t  , '"-f'  i,*-.  '-JZ  v          ^  ->*_,_���  ^  VSfifc  ff  1 '-vf  -    '--"_.  "-. < s  -  -    .-J_\  ' ���'r��"%i  ^*3fl  *A  H*-{lJ  - -M\  y\  - *"iA  '   -"M  >v  "' y?  1     *  - -!-w!  - *     i-Sl  -*i:&\  ^ *.- -flSj  ^tfjl-1  ���** -*j<I  z  ^     ^ 1  - ��3l  .    'a   ^"I-v'l  t'j          _  ���'.v'^al  -,1**5!  ���      a**!  W'fl  **  ;s-;i  -i  *"��� - %m  - - '^.s!  -  '   V-^l  *^  Y;-l  ,  u    ���*-.*��".���  ,'  ; jwm  *-*n  -^���*l-^__\  ���"���"���ii  ^  - ",-?�����  ^   k  '  "-%XX  ��*  \*-i. ���  ^  ". &?.m  '%  V fP-VB  'c_i ���  1 *'&��_]  -..'���'  .  "4-4^1  r   '  A-   "S.W  *th-*>2rtpM  - -i.  ��';sl  j. -  ���*, _*__\  tvH  ������ o. ,-y(H  '.j -  i"* ."-^H  >T7  -mm  Mi  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  A  NELSON LODGE. NO. 28, A K. * A M  Moots second Weduesday ln eaoh month.  Sojourning brethren lavltied.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelaon Lodge, No  2S, Knights of Pythias, meets In LO. O. F.  Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay stzeetf, every  Tuesday evening ab 8 o'clock.' Visltlnir KnjghM  cordially Invited to attend. F. J. Bradley, C. C;  J. A. Faquette, K. of R. 8c S. -  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.-  Hold thoirrcgular meetings on the first and  third Thursdays of each month. VisltiuK Sir  Knights aro. cordially invited to attend. 11. A.  Brown, R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel,  =D;'B^G.!^''*': ; ���'^y.:/;-.y^v.^ *. ������* :-v v^;* ���:;��� _  NELSON L. O. Lu, No. 1698. meets In L O. O. F.  Hall, oorner Baker-and Kootenay. streeta,  ,1st and 8rd  Friday of eaoh  month.   Visiting  brethern oordlally. invited.   W. XV. Bradley, VV  II, A. Minty,,Reoordlng-Seoretary.   ��� -  CORPORATION OFTHE CITY OF NELSON  APPLICATIONS WANTED.  The undersigned has .been authorized by  reHoiutiou of the city council to ask for applications for tho position of chief of the Firo Department of the City of Nolson. Applicants will  state ago, nativity, experience and where,  wliother married.or single, and give recommendations from chief of department where  now oiuployod and from underwriters. Mark  applications: "Application for Chief of Fire Department," und address -  J. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk, Nolson. B, C.  Dated January 2nd, lUOl,  Notice of Application to Transfer a  License.  Notice Is hereby given that, I Intend to apply  at tho next sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners of tho City of Nelson for permission to  transfer my retail liquor license, for the premises  situate on tho east half of Lot 4, Block 2, In the  City of Nelson, and known as the Grand Hotel,  to Gustavus Nolson. JOHaV BLOMUERG.  Dated at Nolson, B. C��� this 3rd day of'January,  1901.*  -   ������   ���  Witness: Thomas Svmes.  Notice of Application to Transfer a  License.  Notice is hereby.given that I intend to apply at  tho next sitting of the Board of License Commissioners of the City of Nelson. for permission  to transfer my retail! liquor .licence for the promises situate on the west half, of Lot i; Block 2, in  the City of Nelson, and known its the Ohio Pot  saloon, to Thomas Sproatt      GUS. aS'ELSON.  Dated at Nelson, B. C, this 3rd day of January,  1901.  Witness: John Blombero.  , NOTICE.  Rossland, B, C��� November 9th, 1900.  -To F. B.SalibBurv:*  Notice is hereby given that I; William Griffiths,  Intend.to claim the interests .in the .following  named-inlnefil clalms.formerly held by F. B.  . Salisbury, on which he has neglected to pay bis  share of the expenses of; the annual -.assessment)  work.  To wit:  Aono-half (J) Interest ln the "Bunker Hill"  mineral claim.  A one-half (_) Interest in the "Sullivan" mineral  claim.  A one-half (J) Interestin the "Fidelity" minora,  claim.  ���'���'--.-.  All the adjoining claims, Ituated on the west  fork ot the north fork of Salmon river, ln the  Nelson Mining Division,  This action is taken under Section 11 of Chapter _>, of the statutes of 1899 and amendments.of  UNO, "WILLIAM B.r TOWNSJEND,"    .  * lAgenfr for: WilliamGriffith*. I  -.\*  ***  THE -HOBlOTk:T5WJ9tW^V..r)~ll>AY FEBRUARY 1 1901  Assayers Supplies  We carry in stock a full line of Assayers'and. Chemists'  Supplies. The quality of our goods cannot^_ex^f^  and our prices are  reasonable. ===== ~~      "7"  Wo are British Columbia Agents for    " ���  '  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  ^7sTJNTp%^STiiLNJf&E8  W. F. TEETZEL & GO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK Y NELSON,   B. 0.  TheNelson Clothing Hbuse  ..Great Slaughter Sale  ���#  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  t    _.,.���.   t_. mikn room for SpringGoods, I havo decided to sell for the next thirty days all  . I,> ?r?.eA ^"i^fLS^'ii -_S���.?    aftt heav v ejods. away clown, cost not considered, and in  ��y^ise^^L^o^ortu^.y^W^��Pl��X�� whole,de piices.   Rememher this is  for only 30 days. ______________________  J.  A.   QILrKBR,  Proprietor.  from 75e to $3.50.  For the balance of this month we are offering special reductions in  Carvers, Ladies Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.     .  Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVURES  AND   ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  -- of two packages.of Cream of VVheat, the Breakfast Dainty.,  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.  JOBN A; HtMG & CO;  A FULL LINE OF  'Front /Doors   '  Inside Doors  -"   "Screen Doors" ���' y ;  -Windows'  Inside Finish  - local and coast.  Flooring  ���   *- local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  -. Rough and   -  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  IF WHAT TOU .WAN- IB NOT IN STOCK     -  Wl WILL HAKE IT KOK TOU  CALL AND OffiT PRI0B8.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE BTRKETB, NKLSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OK    BENDRYX AND VfiRNON BTRBBTS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete stock off  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  Removal Sale  We are removing to our new  premises, but can fill all orders  entrusted to us during the next  ten days.  Ward Bpp��  . REAL ESTATE, AND    ,  j?'     INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Office* on Bakor Street, west of Stanley Street  NKLSON..   O. D. J. CHRIStlE  General Broker  '"fire, life and  accident-insurance  '  Money to loan at 8% or on the Installment plan.  x-' For Sale  For sale a 7-room house. Bath, sewer connection, and In flret-class location. Can be bought  acleosthan cost If taken by 5th of February.  Price and tei mi on application.  The Haywood place. Price and torms on application: -' - - ��� . _ .  ���Several other'good-buys aro on.iny list,��� ���  '3 flfty foot lots on Robson street ��800 00  2 twenty-flro foot lots, Observatory St ��� 600 00  Por Rent.  7 Room House, Carbonate Street $30.00  6 Room House. Mill Street  25.00  A Ground-Floor Ofllce ;  25.00  The Hay ward place.  See niy list of Real Estate.   MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply a. Io IaBNNOX. Bolldtat. W��U-_ B. O  CHINA HALL  We carry a complete  line of  CHINA, CROCKERY  GLASSWARE  BAR FIXTURES  COOKING UTENSILS  McFarland & Brockman  First Door West of C. P. \\. Offices  BAKER STREET.  Canada Dm  Unite*.  LADIES' TRIMMED HATS  . Endless* Variety  And Prices to Suit.  MRS.  E.   MCLAUGHLIN,  JOSEPHINE STBEET.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1176 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Boarding and Day School for Girls. WJU reopen January 15U��. Terms moderate. For terra 1  and prospectus apply to   '    '  * *'  tt iDAMOISELLB KEBN, FrlneipaJ.  PRIZES FOR THE CHILDREN  Distributed by Bishop Dontenville.  Y His lordship right vreverend  bishop Dontenwill visited;. the St.;  Joseph's school yesterday morning  and distributed prizes to those who  exceptionally distinguished, themselves at the annual, examinations  held during the week ending January 19 th-  His 0 lordship expressed himself  very much pleased with the  progress the children had made and  encouraged them to continue and  persevere in their studies, and so  bring pleasure to their parents and  teachers, reminding them of the  good work the Sisters of Peace -had  done for their intellectual and  moral advancement. . He. also  expressed a hope that even, a still  greater number of prizes would be  awarded to deserving' pupils 'next  year. *  The list of. pupils who received  prizes.was a long one. Those who  received both medals and books are  as follows: Mary Harwood, Christian Doctrine; John McAstocker,  silver medal for best attendance as  altar boy; sixth grade, Alex McDonald, silver medal for first drawing prize; Ernest Kinuehan, second  prize for drawing'; fifth grade, Louis  Madson,, first prize for drawing;  Nels Nelson, second prize for drawing; seventh grade, Lillian Garland,  highest percentage; Hazel Gore,  second highest percentage; sixth  grade, William Stergeon, flrst prize;  Ella ' Lochead, second - prize; fifth  grade, Zillah Emerson, first,prize;  William Paupore, second prize;  fourth grade, Ella Madden, first  prize; Maud -Olvin, second prize;  third grade, Margaret Harwood,  first prize; Ella McDonald, merit  prize; second ' grade, William De-.  mers, first prize; Albert Paupore,  merit prize; first-grade, Harold  Kinnehau, first prize; Ernest Ritchie," merit prize. '     '���  1 Those who- received medals - and  badges are as follows: Por spelling  ���Mabel. Larson, Maggie" Dewar,,  Dorothy1 MeLeod, Georgia Desaul-'  nier.~ Maud O'Laughlin. For arithmetic���Floyd Heinman, Katie Kil-  clioie,:!Alina Demers, Agues Har-  wood;"James"Davidson. For merit'  ���Lily McMahon ."Florence Ferland,  Nellie Nelson,' Gertie Burr, Alfred  O'Laughlin, Donald" Bain, Sadie  Madden, Winona Troup."  "���--   -   With the Curlers.  ������a . ���   -L-f  The.games in the ^Fletcher "contest" of the Nelson curling club -are  nearly,finished, there being only  three more to play. . The contest all  through has, been a good one and  great interest has been taken in it  by all the players. It is expected  that the games will be closed this  evening. ' The rinks of Rae vs.  Walley will play off,first and the  winning rink will then play with  Richardson's rink. This will then  close the contest and each member  of the winning rink will be awarded  a handsome prize donated by mayor  Fletcher. Three games were played  at the rink yesterday and they resulted as follows:  J. Latironson  -K.J Bradioy-  Ca-Morrison  J. H. Soady'  -ArGrGamble   Dr. Arthur     ���  XV. XV. Beer, skip... 8  W. Richardson, skip. 13  C. J. Wifion C. D. J. Christie  F. L. Irvine J. Kirkpatrick  C. Archibald J'r'J?a.P  N. T. MeLeod, skip . 12 B. Wulley, skip 13  Dr. Morrison J- A. Dewar  Dr. Armstrong XV. lrylntt  A. R. Sherwood Joe Thompson  MayorFletcher,Bkip..9 G. C. Hodge, skip. ...17  Two rinks have already accepted  the challenge of the clothing merchants, as published in yesterday's  Tribune. They have offered to  play on the terms that the losing  team purchase a barrel of flour for  the general hospital. The clothing  men will not play on these terms.  The teams are:  S. R. Campbell  J. Bunyan  C. Q. Mills  J,Ra9, skip  C Wilson  C. Morrison  G. E McLaughlin  N. T. MeLeod, skip  Killed in South Africa.  Vancouver, January 81.���[Special to The Tribune.]���"Bunch" Mackintosh, second son of Hon. J. H.  Mackintosh,- was killed yesterday  in South Africa. He was 19 years  of age and enlisted in Strathcona's  Horse at Rossland. No details of  his death are given.  ARRANGEMENTS COMPLETE  -*���   " "   '--"  For the Parade,  The general'cominittee appointed  to make 'arrangements for memorial  services' lield'its^last meeting at  the flrehall yesterday 'afternoon,  and as much of the work had been  dohe-at former meetings very little  business was transacted. It was  decided that the O. P. R. officials,  consisting of train and boatmen and  also the members of other railroad  companies would be gi\ en a position in the line of "march just  back of the members of  the board of trade and  1 at the front of the secret societies.  The placing of the societies was left  to marshal Quinlan and his assistants, "who, met", last evening and  drafted the line-up, leaving it about  the same as that published in The  Tribune of Wednesday. Ifc was  reported that the mourning badges  were being prepared and would be  distributed .to the citizens by the  marshals when .-they were in line.  The program of the services has  been completed and will be given to  those who participate in the ceremonies at the recreation ground.  The day is to be universally observed and all places of bnsiiiess  will be closed during the entire day.  It is hoped that, there will bej no  exceptions. Grange V. Holt received  a telegram.fromUhe attorney-gen-,  eral" yesterday afternoon fthat *"all  banks-would be closed for the day.  ". Increasing the Force.  It was reported here yesterday  that the force of men engaged at  the Silver' Hill mine at Crawford  Bay is to be increased at once*.' A>  number of-men went to the property this morning. The number  engaged at,present is about up to  the 100 -mark; The company has a  contract-toT remove from the- mine  from 3000 to.500b tons of ore- during the winter_season. This is an  enormous undertaking and there" is  -not one mine in the' Kootenays at  the present, time", that * is shipping  this quantity.:-If the company .is  successful in delivering this amount  it will'be.the largest shipping property in thedistrict.  ; It is'said that the malady from  which-Li Hung Chang, the;, Chinese  statesman, -is_.suffering :is_. Bright's  disease,-,) and/that he may live for  some-time,but he cannot recover. ,  D3"_Z?3_3__aS  XTH-LSOXT  _r.��_sr.o  B-^XTX-OXT  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for tiie Original Cole's Hot. Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUN8 AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TELEPHONE.27     . * ' Store, Corner Baker and Josephine Stieet  . ,: 6if y; "local - news.' .  Bishop Dontenwill- of -New Westminster, who Is spending a few days In -Nelson,  has been invited to take part in the memorial  services whioh.wlll be held tomorrow.  At the recorder's office the following certificates of work were granted yesterday:  A. Lincoln, K B., Americ&n. Kaglo and Gypsy  Queen to E. C. Boeckh; the Bank to John Fraser.  All members of Nelson lodge No.  23A.F.&A. M. ,and visiting brethren; are requested to meet at the lodge rooms at 11 o'clock  .tomorrow morning to attend tlie uiemoilal  ���services, . ^   ,  .  All veterans of the British army  and Canadian militia are invited to meet at the  armory on Saturday at 11 a..ni., wearing their  medals to parade with tbe Rocky Mounta'n  Rangers.  All   members   of   the    labourers'  union are requested to meet in the miners'union  hall at tbe corner of Bftker and Stanley streets  at 10-45 tomorrow morning, for the purpose of  taking part in tho memarlal services.  ���   James Hogan, the shoemaker who  was sent down for trjal, came beforo JudRe Forin  yesterday morning for election, but owing to tbe  absence of the necessary papers tlio caso waa adjourned until Monday morning.  All members of the board of trade  are requested to meet at board's rootr.a at 11:15  a.m. tomorrow for tho purpoee of partlo patlng  in the memorial ceremonies. c Each member will  be presented witli a mourning badge.  PERSONAL. .  P. B. Harper of Phoenix is registered at tho Tromont,  A. Leitch, a prominent lumber  merchant of.Cranbrook. fe in the city.  George Alexander, manager of the  Ruth mino.is down from the property on a business trip.      (  L. C. Campbell of Vancouver and  John McVeigh of Crawford Bay aro registered at  tlio Queen's.  G. W. Brown of Spokane, C. A.  Boll of Montreal.and M. Warren of San Francisco  are at the Hume.  W. Hennessy, a mining man from  Spokane. Is in tho city for a few days. He Is at  the Madion Honse.   - -"���'  "   r  James Waughof K'aslo, who is  connected with tho Kootenay Railroad ft Navigation Company, was (n the city yesterday,  H. L. Workman ~of Rossland, BJ.  Jacobs of Qreenwood and 'George Perciyal of  Montroal are regis' ored at tho Phair.  Paul Johnson of Greenwood, man--  agerof thoB.'O. Copper Co.'. which is'Qrectinga  shelter at tliat place, arrived In Nelson last  evening.        " ���' *        ���  ' Palmistry as a Science.  There are two' of Nelson's business men who will not agree that  palmistry is an exact science. Last  evening they sought* to have a  heait-to-heart talk with their future. The one is a bachelor of prepossessing appearance, the other an  energetic, hustling benedict. Just  what the future has in store for  them they decline to state, but  they talk freely of the readings of  their past. The bachelor was accredited with having a wife and  two children and his companion  with being the laziest man in town.  BUSINE8B   MENTION.  . Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.  Cash paid for scrap iron, brass  and copper.   Nelson Iron Works.  Good smart boy wanted,' about  15 years old.  Apply W. F. Teetzel 8c Co.  Toiet���Furnished rooms  in Carney block.  Reasonable rates. -    y _  ���*- Hack  calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vernon street. Telephone  call as.  > Wanted ��� To rent four or five  roomed cottage." State terms. H., Tribune  office, , "  * ,Por Rent.���Two fine offices' centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal. , " -.  Two large, well-furnished rooms  to let.-' 1- and 6 Macdonald block, corner Josephine and Vernon. .\ A   .    ,  ��� Two typewriters fore sale,-good,  condition, Itemlngton'-and Dunsmore. Apply at  the Old Cuiloslty Shop.   ��-*���"-.;        -    ._',     '-  - Rooms and breakfast   if desired  at 321 Josephine street, four doors above Silica  street.* Mrs. Blauey.        "-.._  ' [Wanted.���Five or six room house  in good rc-idence part of town. Address H. J.  Moore, box 108, Nelson, B. C. -,- * . ' ?  - , For < Sale - Cheap���New ' cabin  handy to smelter." Apply to. George F. Motion,  at Nelson Wino.Company's store.      .    , _, _ _  A lad who has "served ��� some time  at the printing ctrade" can find 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. *_.jaink-  .wlta.^- c -1 'J1  s','.^; "-���',,.- ���   ' T-!.-.:,  Wanted.���Free'niilling gold pro-,  portios in-British Columbia.' 'Andrew F. Roeen-  berger. Nelson, B. C. Phone No. 104, K.-W.-0.  -block. '  ��� _ Complete life, of-queen Victoria.  Best book. Best terms. Outfit mailed on receipt  ' of 15 cents. Address 3. C, Miller 8c Co ,- Portland,  Oregon. '  v  '    .       , *��� - - , Jt  Eight-roomed "house, partly fur-  ' niahed, to rent in the Hume Addition, cither to  one or f wo families. Apply Mrs. Hart wig, Hume  Addition.  *' Prospectors    having- .promising  -mineral claims aro requested to call at The Prospector's Exchange. Nelson, B. C, room No. 4,  K.-W.-C. blook.   Phone No. 104.  For Sale���Profitable   hotel biisi-  . ness and real estate, known as the;Royal hotel,'  corner of Stanley and 8ilica street. Apply to  Johns 8c MeLeod, Royal hotel. Nelson.  For sale���Lot 10, block 17, 80 toot  frontage on Victoria: street, two houses on  property. Price 92800, terms easy. - Address  Frank O. Graham, care of Matheson &c Graham's  harbor shop.   Miss__YVbn-^Der Werth���Clair^  voyant, palmist and card reading. Gives advice  on oomraorolal business and mlnlnit; reunites  unhappy lovers and broken-up families. Room  1, over Thomson Stationery Company.  For Sale���120" acres of first-class  agricultural and garden land, 12 miles from Nolson on Kootenay lake. Will sell in 10 20 or 40  acre tracts. Price and torms reasonable. Apply  or address A. F., Rosenberger, room 4, K-W-C  Block, Nelson.  Consult W. J. Harvey, F-O- M. C.  I.. Professor rf Op thai Biology, Doator of Optica  and Sclontlflo Optician, about those headaches,  Sains in tho eyes, oyos crossed or diverged, visual  cfects on the fitting of spcctaclos that aro absolutely correct, at McLean's drug store until February 9th.  Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 5. *  Dr. T. W. Thomas of the city of  Revelstoke makes tho following state in tint in his  lcttor to XV. J narvey, F. O. M. C. I.: I must say  that the spectacles prescribed hy you have  -greatly benefited niv eyes. Previous to using  them 1 could not road the paper for over fifteen  minutes at a timo without causing severe pain ln  ihe eyes. Now. after about thirty days' use of  your spoctaoles, I can read continuously for  hours, and I can assure you It Is with tho (Treat-  Obt of pleasure I say it. My trouble wan A very  complicated one and at times gave me great pain  in tho region of the forehead.  NOTICE.  SAVE YOUR  SIGHT  WHILE  THERE  IS TIME  SiVE YOUR  SIGHT  WHILE  THERE  JS TIME  W. J. HARVEY, FavQ. M. O. I.,  Profftwsor of Ophthalmology, Doctor of Optica, and Solontiflo.OpticIan, of .Toronto,  _v be consulted froo about thoso Painful Eyes, Headaches, Eyes Croased or Diverged, Donblo or  iSdiSinct Vision. Lows of Muscular Power, or tho KtUag o/Spogacles that aro Absolutely  C��mjc�� at H. F. kcLean'. drug stow, until Saturday. jKSniairyStli. H_i����Wtol3����d8to*.  Nelson- Lodge, No. 22, Fraternal Order  of Ragles;' requost all members and visiting brethren,-to meet at Fraternity Hall at 11  o'clock a. m.,on "Saturday, February 2nd, to tako  part in the.funeral.ceremonies of her majesty  queen Victoria,   G. XV, Bartlett, president.  NOTICE.  United States citizens prosont in Nolson on  Saturday, February 2nd, are requested to meet  at the office of T.G.-Procter, Baker street, at 11  a.m. sharp, for the purpose of taking part in the  public memorial services for hor Tate majesty  queen Victoria. RANp0LpH k F���H3URN.  NOTICE.  * ���������������������~  Members of Kootonay Lodge No. 16.1.O.O.F.,  and all visiting brethren aro requested to meet  at tho old Odd Fellowa hall. Kootenay street, on  Saturday, February 2nd, at 11a.m.  .                      E. H. MILLER, Seoretary.  D. W. RUTHKRFORD, N. Q.   REMOVAL  Dr. Morrison. Dentist, has '-amoved to his  new afficea ia the K-W41 Jdook,    .  It Counts in Results  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  Mice Sweet Butter  Good Fresh Eggs  are our specialties. They ensure a delightful freshness in  all you cook, and attractive  - daintiness when it- is- served  on your table.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone, 10 K-W-C Baker Street  ���������  WINTER CLOTHING  _^.���at Great .Discount Prices  ���_������__���__���_--____���---------------���-'��'--  OVERCOATS; offered'at1 from IO to 26% Discount.  . NOBBY .WINTER SUITS, All-Wool'and Serges, at   ,J  '  -      ,'  '' '  from 10. to 26% Discount.. .<       "  .y'  Always willing: to show-Goods.- No trouble.   Bvery Garment Guaranteed.  THECfc MADSON,: Baker Street.  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Co.  y .    NELSON,,B.C.  Builders and  Contractors  Having,taken over the business of the West Kootenay Briefc,* ~  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a eontlnuanee  of the patronage which you have-heretofore extended-them. -My -  aim will be at all'times to- supply you with our produets at lowest '  possible prices.    Being ln a position, to manufacture goods in larger*'  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  It Is our Intention to install machinery to manufacture our,  marble produets, and next season we shall be ln a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also Keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  Tiles and Cement  Our Brleks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition ln 1899-and also this year. We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  , We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders.  ' "C  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  ,    _ , Successors to  **;    Tbe West Kootenay Brick A Lime Co.% Ltd  MORRISON & CALDWELL  GROCERIES  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  I

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