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 ���"   - 1    -*    t ^ *?       a WVO       -l   J.    ���  >_^l':'Vf'**^.-1:?^^  ;*���/- -5*-=(. ^l/_:>^  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  1        -.>*��%i  "Y        *'.���'''   r^'-'^&I  ��,.    *���>    ",     "  ftWEEKLY EDITION BY MAII^  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR "  f,'��Vg  ���   k. -a-"*   *S||  *>���/*    J-<AI  NITSTTH YEAR  NELSON:  TUESDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 5 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  '- -��.--?-.  -v3  WASH-HOUSES A NUISANCE  CITIZENS    PETITION    TO  THEM BEHOVED.  HAVE  Council Meeting Last Night���Reports  of Committees, Sanitary Precautions, Etc.  At its meeting last evening the  members of the city council devoted considerable time to the consideration of a couple of petitions,  asking for the removal of the Chinese wash-houses from two different quarters of the city. The first  petition was from John Hardy and  others and the second from J. H.  Matheson and others.  From   the   discussion   following  the reading of the petitions it was  evident that the council were almost unanimous in the opinion that  the nuisances complained of should  be abated, but considerable difficulty .was apprehended in dealing  with the matter.  Mayor Fletcher explained that he  had'gone into the matter with the"  city,solicitor, arid his opinion was  tliat the first thing to be done was  to establish that any wash-house  complained of was clearly a nuisance.  Alderman Irving expressed the  opinion that ��� they. were nuisances,6  . and in any event there should be ?  some provision for" preventing.Chi-{  nese from running laundries in thef  center of the city.      /*-    ~       ..  Mayor, Fletcher, said he had no  doubt that the' places, complained  of could be 'removed, but it *would  be well for the council to go slowly-  and-avoid - running  ���up ,- against  a ^lawsuit y for. s damages.    The;  , councilL,   had,7,  the *..power     to  regulate -streets   and   while   such  ' powers"would not be retroactive^it-  would be well for the' council to'  .proceed by bjrlaw under ���it, in order  . J; hat   fresh - nuisances", inight'" holg  %Te^^emsei^eC'^'f^^'' ~- *  "_ *J:   H.   Matheson,   lone" of   the  petitioners,   then 'addressed    the  board in explanation of the nuisances  complained of'in connection with  the wash-houses on Victoria street  and when he had finished it was decided on motion of alderman Selous  to refer the matter to the mayor to  consult with the health officer, the  sanitary   inspector   and - the   city  solicitor and report to the council.  The board of   public t-works  reported:    1. That the work of .opening up Vernon street and Railway  street be proceeded with "at once,'  the   estimated cost being $500; 2.  That the city engineer be instructed  to have sidewalks laid on the east  side of Ward street from Carbonate  -streetJto Silica street and a crossings  laid down at Carbonate street; 3.  That the boulders on  the roadway  of Silica street, from Ward to Cedar  street, and on other streets where  they cause   an' obstruction, be removed, the work to be done under  the direction of the city engineer;  4. That the Electric Dispatch Messenger Company be allowed to use  the electric light poles on payment  of an annual 'rent of 25 cents for  each pole used  by them; 5. That  the city weigh scales be moved to the  northwest corner of Railway and  Baker streets, as that location will be  more suitable than the north west-  west corner of Vernon   aud Ward,  where it was first proposed to move  it. /In regard'to   the   question   of  providing additional ofllce   accommodations at .the city  offices   the  committee recommended   that   arrangements be made with the-C. P.  R. for the closing of parts' of   certain streets in the city and for   the  conveyance to the city   of   certain  property-and that a bylaw be submitted to the council' and   to ' the  vote of the electors confirming   the  proposed arrangement and that the  necessary addition to the   city' offices be made on the  land   in   the  rear of the present offices.    Or lots  five and six, block 10,   where   such  lands are   acquired   by  the   city.  Such addition to consist of   a   one  story building with fire proof vault,  the estimated cost of such building  and vault being' $3000./7. That  a  sidewalk be laid on the north side  of Mill street, between   Ward   and  Josephine when the weather is suitable;   8. 'That tenders be.called for  the city work during   the  coming  year.  Tn connection with clause 6 the  mayor explained that the Canadian  Pacific Railway Company was  Anxious to secure tlie closing of an  alleyway in'block 04 which was  owned by it and also some blind  ends of streets in the vicinity, and  he thought it would be a good time  to make a dicker with the company  in the hope of securing the two lots  in the rear of the present city hall  and also two lots on the corner of  Stanley and Vernon. There was no  assurance that the' company would  agree to the terms, but there could  be no harm in approaching it  with the proposition. The. matter of the expenditure of $3000 for  additional accommodation in' the  rear of the' present city', half was  not discussed. It was', allowed* to  go through, pending the-fate of* the  city's proposal to the Railway company after whicli it" will be discussed. The report was then adopted as read.  The petition of the residents of a  certain portion of lot 182, known as  the Davies addition, was referred  to the city solicitor.  Applications were then received  from EdgMBfcBJH^^^^^Beas-  ley, S. i^^^B^^HB6' C*  MacLeodX_H_HHH|^^^B and  Ralph Bradford toTtneposilfon of  city collector and on a ballot being  taken C. MacLead was declared appointed.  ��� The bylaw requiring a certificate  of the cause bf death with all bodies  arriving in Nelson for burial was  put through it final stages.  Two money bylaws were intro-  . duced and .put through their- preliminary stages. .-"The one is for  $21,000 to" meet the present overdraft and unpaid accounts and the.  other is for $79;000 to retire the debentures'"'for��$76,00.0 ('at present  hypothecated to the,Bank of Montreal." "The^* voting"upon the'bylaws  'will takeplace on Tuesday,February  19th.     -, .      -  'Aldermen . Selous   and -Paterson  were appoined fire-wardens.  ./Alderman Paterson introduced'a,  resolution* as   instruction    to .the  sanitary inspector to. see that' -til  alleyways   and 'back   yards    are  cleaned ��� up.   It was   seconded-by,'  alderman Madden and agreed to. =,  } Mayor Fletcher "introduced' the  matter of calling attention ���to the  necessity   for ;proper" safeguards  against' the^. intrcfduction^of^codta-  fgfoust"3is*(^s"ei3_-ih~tne unorgSnizeUt  districts of the - province, and  the'  council decided to tajce immediate,  action. a      .. ' "\ - ' ~ y '  Alderman' Selous -gave notice of  his intention to introduce a resolution at the next meeting with a'  view to secure proportionate voting on money by-laws. His idea  being that voting upon money bylaws should be regulated by the  amount paid in taxes or by the  amount of the voter's assessment.  The communication of.the Nelson  Power Company, offering to sell the  city power, was referred to the fire,  water and light committee.  NOW AT REST IN FROCMORE  VICTORIA'S    BODT    LIES  HER CONSORT.  NEAR  Final    Ceremonies    Yesterday���Were  Much More Pathetic Than the  Preceding Obsequies.  11  .1  Nelson'Riflemen.'  , During the year 1900 two teams  composed'of Nelson riflemen  com-  ���> ���   �����_r-      ��� '   '  . ^-r;��� r=->���^-=i   (to  ao  80  si  01-3M  94-3*7  92-312  85-308  was made  peted for prizes 'in the Canadian  Military Rifle League and yesterday  four of them received certificates  for the high aggregate scores they  had made as individuals. Harry  Bird received a first-class marksman's certificate, while Norman MeLeod, A. Grant and J. Mackenzie  were awarded second-class marksman's certificates. There were four  matches .conducted during the year  and the following are the scores  made by the men :  H. Bird           Al  N. McLood     84  0. Urai-it. ... ...74  J. Mackon/Io   ... Mi  ;- The highest score that  in,the Dominion during the contest  was. 395 points. The Nelson men  did remarkably good shooting,  their scores being nearly as high as  any that were made.   .  The certificates are neatly  printed, bearing the British, Canadian and the League arms. They  contain the signatures of Hon. F.  W. Borden, minister of militia; R.  H. O'Grady Haley, major-general of  the Canadian forces: J. J. Mason,  president of the league, and Albert  Pain, secretary. These contests  are held annually throughout the  Dominion, but last year was the  flrst .time Nelson participated in  thera. The prizes and certificates  are awarded by the" Dominion government.    Uoers Received Cordially.  Sebastopol/ February 4.���-Dis-  , patches received here say that the  four ' Boers who' escaped from a  British ship at -Colombo, ���Ceylon,  sought refuge on*board the Russian  vessel Kherton, whose- passengers  received them enthusiastically.  The return movement of Russian  soldiers from ' China' continues  .steadily. Sixty-five officers and  2800 men arrived on the Theodosia.  VifrNDSpR.'-February -���4.^-The t last  liondrs; have? Seen -paid * to queen  Victoria.     !Her  body2 now ,-rests  peacefully near that of her husband  in   tbe   mausoleum  at   Frogmore.  The final ceremonies were more of  a funereal and pathetic character,  than any of the obsequies which  preceded them.   Shortly before 3  o'clock in the presence of the royal  mourners  the Grenadier guard of  honor lifted the coffin from its temporary resting place in "the ' Albert  memorial chapel and placed it on  the gun carriage.   In the meantime  the queen's company of Grenadiers,  drawn up in  the  quadrangle, presented arms'and wheeled into" line,  their rifle muzzles pointing' to the  rear, at the reverse, and with slow,  measured steps "marched,towards  .the castle gate.  At the head of the procession .was  a   band>playing ~ Chopin's���; funeral  march.    Slowly the cortege passed  "under the massive archway" on "the  Long Vjfalkj which was a mass.,of  black, brilliantly edged with^sfearlet.^  Life - Guardsmen "'kept ^the ,* crowds;  back.;' In place on the gun carriage*  ..was ^ the .same regalia which j had >  attracted the eyes-of millions since  the!march',tov.the** graveVbegan' at  Osborne. ��� Close behind walked the  ,king,2emperor" William' arid _. the  duke of Connaught,  wearingyiark  ~military.overcoatS'and-,plumed cock  "hats and looking pale and careworn.  'In similar dull attire"were the kings.  of Portugal and Belgium. All heads  were bentT-. *The blue and gray of  .the German .princes .redeemed the  'royal'group. ��from, perfect sombre-,  riessof "cblor.yBehind th6se walked  queen", Alexandra", and the royal  -princesses, deeply veiled. The queen  carried an umbrella; but the others  had���theira hands J:olded.  , * As the last of "these veiled women  "passed out' of the" castle ^ there came  two5boys"dressed,'in bright tartan  kilts'and velvet jackets. Between  vwas a yqungjgirl, her fair loose hair  glittering against tne crepe of her  mourning. Two 'of these were the  children of the princess of Batten-  'berg and "the other was little prince  Edward of York. 'His tiny' legs  could hardly'keep pace even with  the slow progress of the'mourning  band.' The rear of thevprocession  was brought up" by '.the suites of  the kings and princes. Down the  TLongr_Walk4_with_the__band_still-  playing Chopin's dirge +his throng  slowly made its way to the mauso**;  leum. The horses. attached to the  gun carriage were inclined to be  restive, but as an extra precaution  a drag of ropes was attached to the  wheels and held by sturdy artillerymen. At the lodge gates the strain  of the band died away and the  pipers commenced their lament.'  There between the broad avenne  of stately/trees the crowds were the  thickest, forming dense black  banks.  By 3:30 p. m. the crowned bier  had passed into the other lodge,  which leads to Frogmore enclosure,  ���where none but 'the royal family,  and the servants were admitted.  The choir met them' and the royal  family and their relatives entered  the burial-place so dear to tbe late  queen, ranging themselves on each  side of the coffin. The bishop of  Winchester read the last part of  the burial service. After further  singing by the choir the benedie-  tion was given and, amid,the privacy of the family tomb, 'theYlast  farewells were said, the funeral  came to an end, the mourners drove  to the castle and the crowds dispersed.  Aiding the' Americans.  Manila, February 4. ��� Natives  have reported at Balangas that a  week ago the" natives of the island  of Mindoa rose against the insurgents And killed the insurgent,-gov-,  erno'r.' "'There are no troops at Mindoa. The federal party of the- Ba-  taan province, including the presidents of each pueblo, held a meeting at Gra'ni yesterday and resolved  to notify the insurgents, of Bataan  that they must cease operations  within a week or the people will as��  sist the Americans to capture them.  Surrenders and minor skirmishes  continue in southern Luzon. A few  insurgents have been killed. There  was no American casualties. Public  discussion of the "''���provisional government bill has *"* been completed.'  The bill will be passed Wednesday  aud soon afterwards the commissioners will begin their tour of organization of provincial governments in those provinces of south-'  ern.Luzon which general McArthur  and the commissionere consider suf-'  flciently pacified.  -    Fit Subject for the Stake.  Wilmington, Delaware, February  4. ���' William   Cooper,   a negro of*  Hickman, Sussex county, is a fugitive from justice on the charge of.  murdering his wife and five-year-  old child.   -The murder of the child'  was most atrocious.    Cooper came  home drunk   yesterday afternoon  and began quarreling with his wife..  He pulled "out a revolver and shot  and instantly killed.her.    He then  seized the child, "who was a girl,  carried her to the1 woods, where he  swung the little one by the feet and  beat her head against a log until  she was dead.'    r  EDWARD VI! TO HIS PE0P1E  WILL FOLLOW EXAMPLE SET B7  HIS. MOTHER  ti  And  Solemnly  Work   for   the   Pro-  motion of the Common Wei-  r  fare of the Empire.   ,  News'From Panama.  Victoria, February 4.���H. M. S.  Amphion arrived, from England  this afternoon^ She reports passing a ship's boat off the California  coast full of water. There was - no  sign.of -life 5on j board. While at"  Pana���Jnayl^gr,,;. officers, visited ���- the  scenes of strife;^ Several s small  skirmishes * occurred ' while - they  wetfe there, but no big fights. They  report that an --American by. the  rname of Rose ' is/' in charge of' a  ^Krupp.gun,outside of Panama for  use of.-the"'government troops.y."    -  . ,*.* -p~^V * -  PRINCE TUAN'S NECK SAFE  ���Jf.-  <.���**_,-..-,.-  T'.i*iS-o-ja**  <��Z&v' ���   �����  ,. w*>fz&*&&.: -.* ^ ->y^ '*  ���SMALLER FRY.-HOWKVER,"-MUST  .'.sTr  SUFFER;  DEATH.  J -'alt  ">*  Meeting of ForeigriiEnvoys and Chinese  Plenipotentiaries/ T6day-{-Nol  Agreement as-Yet.  '  " Pekin, February 4.���Tomorrow  will be held the first"joint meeting  between the foreign envoys and the  Chinese plenipotentiaries.' Only Li  Hung'Chang and prince Ching'have  plenipotentiary's rights. 'The other-  Chinese have merely the status of  .,   - ���* ���** -  advisers. All rumors and reports  .hat large numbers have been listed  for punishment are without foundation, as only twelve provincial  authorities have been named. .These  the Chinese will-be requested to  punish commensurately with their,  misdeeds. There is a private understanding that at least half of them  will be executed, or requested to  commit suicide, while the others  must be punished or imprisoned.  The real subject liable to cause  delay is the punishment of  the officials of Pekin and the province of Chi Li, regarding which the  envoys have not yet reached an  agreement'. There, is littleYdoubt  that the Chinese plenipotentiaries  will agree so far as the .provincials  are concerned.  Without doubt Li Hung Chang  and prince Ching have been ordered to protest to the uttermost  against the execution ;.of.Y prince  Tuan' or any prince': of' the* blood  royal. This is a source of, disagreement among the'erivoys,; many of  whom feel that if prince. Tuan��goes  unpunished all others ought to go  free. The Chinese plenipotentiaries  process to be unable- to: understand  how prince Tuan can Ybe punished  while his son is the heir  apparent.  British and American telegraph  linemen report having seen what  they believed tohaye Ybeen a number of armed Chinese, at/least 2000,  at dusk yesterday between Tung  Chow and Ma Tow. The military  authorities think,'however, that  the soldiers were a bjbK_y-of German  troops. ' The matter "will -be investigated. ''��� -'    ��� -"y:*yy y ��� 7?. 7....  -'���>'-��� y  Deny the Rumor.  ' Montreal February 4.���Owners  here of the B. C. mine deny the reported sale to an American'. syndicate. No sale has taken place and  none is expected..  Berlin.���By command of emperor William the '\ court will remain' in mourning for three months  in memory of queen Victoria.  London, February 4.���The king  has sent the following message to  all the .British colonies and dependencies : ' ' ,  "To my people beyond the seas :  The countless messages of' loyal  sympathy that I have received from  every part of my dominions over  the' seas testify to the universal  'grief in which the whole empire  now mournssthe loss of my beloved  mother.l   *  "In the welfare and prosperity of  her subjects -.throughout. Great  Britain the queen ever'evinced a  heartfelt interest.    She saw  with  thankfulness' the   steady-progress  'which under- the wide extension of  ftself-govern ment   they - had._. made  .during:! her   reign.r    She  warmly  -appreciated their unfailing loyalty  to her throne and 'person' and 'was  proud to^think of those who had so  nobly fought and died for >-thV empire's cause in South "Africa. *  . "Y"I have already declared it would  be my constant endeavor to follow-  the great example which has been1  bequeathed to   me. , In"* these   en->  deavbrs* I shall have confident trust'  in the devotion and "sympathy .of  the people and of their, several'-representatives assembling throughout  my vast  colonial., domains. V With*"  such loyal support"I will withi. the<  blessing of God, sblmenlywqrk for*  the*promotion of the-common ,jve\-J  fare and~security of the great ���, em-  pire"bver which I have been - called:  to reign. ... ,,���    ���  )   T    ***        . Z .     v. -.    -       j-,^  ;   jv . -^-Two"HardvCaseB.'?j ^- .,> ���  * *Tw6 "prisoners -were^brought^to*  the provincial, jail yesterday^'afternoon from Kitchener.-, They -were  Henry Graham Howard' and. Annie  Howard (colored). - ,The latter was  sent down for three months for conducting a disorderly house and the  other has been committed for .rial  on the charge of attempting oto  murder the woman with a'-knife. .It  appears that Graham" went to the  woman's place on Thursday -night  and after being there a short time  got into a dispute with her. He  drew his knife" and did his best to  take her life. She escaped but was  badly cut in several places. When  s'he was brought to the jail.yester-  day her wounds were bleeding and  they were dressed at once 'by Dr.  Symonds._ .-_ .--.   at The Hague to attend the wedding of queen Wilhelmina and duke  Henry B of   Mecklenburg-Schwerin.  Her ' majesty,   attended  ,by ,_ .the  queen's mother and duke Henry,  met grand-duke Vladimir of Russia,,  his daughter, grand duchess Helehe,  and his son, grand duke" Boris, at  the railway station thisf afterripon.^  Queen "Wilhelmina '* was' :warmlyf  cheered as she drove through Ithe  streets. ~   ' Queen   Wilnelmina K and  duke  nenry  have    received ' the  Roumania grand cross of the^Order  of the* Star and duke Henry, the  Swedish Seraphim order.  'Claims Against Spain.   -  Washington, February iyThe  house today passed the** senate- bill  to create a commission to adjudicate the-claims of United States'  citizens against,Spain" which "the  government- of "the United States  assumed by   the treaty of Paris,  after having amended the bill so as  to refer the claims to the * court of  claims.     This action conforms to  the action of the house, at the last,  session, when the bill was recommitted with instructions to report  back * such an'" amendment as was  adopted"! today.   "'A*' strong ^effort  was made to vote down the amendment and pass, the senate bill, but  the advocate's of this course were  defeated by a*majority of 85.J  A  bill was also- passed to extend the  'charters   of; national *: banks , .for  another   period  of< twenty, years  after. 1902,^when thVpresent extension., expires.    Tlie. bill  occasioned  no debate and.was passed without  division.   Two other bills'to.ratify  'the agreement with the Crow Indians of' Montana 'and to provide  for., the redemption   of   Hawaiian *  coinat par were presented.**- w  PROVINCE  AND. DOMINION  *���   !* '  M  FAIRVIEW  MINERAL AND COAL  PROPBRTIEkf  .  -a^5|  - *} iftT'  tT*_%__\  r~ -y-  Gooderham and ��� Blactortock7_Je^-;Can- M'JiM  ">Stl  adian Pacific Buying^Boateifor  . the' Alaska Route,  V'i  . >  Etc.-'  ��� ' --   ,*���  v j  ���"    ��,'  .ifJ.  ���^���pS'^_'  . Rossland, ..Febr^ry.^.yG^A^ff^  RobinMm,\secretaryof thVFairview||^^|  Corporation of Fairview/is in,tbwnl%^  tor a-few .days.. He *-conflrmsJ<the*^2ip  ���**-. .<*  report - that a /deal for- the acqui-*^Np^  sition of" its mineral and.cc^riands^K^  i__  /-i 'y j "l " '��� -        -      r     -       ��--'-���-?.*<7&?-  by Gooderham  Toronto  vm  18  BIadcstock^'of*H13-B  VThatoim  and  now' pending: r if  option given Gooderham and Black  stock,"-said Mr.' Robinson," 'coyera^-^^i  a period of five months fro__"'Ja.ru-VC|^%|  11--><_  ai*y lstj and provides that" in the  event of a reorganization the  shareholders shall retain at' least -"M~:  old<-'M  ii.  half a interest.    BesidesY fifteen < min-'" ��  eral claims and four hundred, ^acres^  wx  t  ~ ~r  A a Fatal Fire.  Will Change Pulpits.'  Several of tlie ministers of the  city will exchange pulpits on Sunday and some of the services will  be of a special interest. J. G.  Shearen, secretary of the Dominion  Lord's Day Alliance, who is on his  way to Nelson will preach in St.  Paul's Presbyterian church in the  morning and in the Baptist church  at night. Rev. J. B. Morgan of the  Baptist will preach in the Methodist church in the evening and Rev.  J. H. White of the Methodist will  conduct the services in St. Paul's  .Presbyterian church in the evening. In .the afternoon a union' mass  meeting conducted\ hy7 Rev. H. S.  Akehurst, will be held in the Congregational church. MrY Shearen  will deliver an.address at this meeting. In the evening Rev. M. Bly the,  who has been doing active service  in" South Africa, will conduct service in  the congregational church.  ..Here as a Witness.  H. E. Beasley, who holds a position at Montreal in tlie head office  of the C. P. R., arrived in Nelson  last evening. His mission here is  as a witness in the case of Fawcett  vs. the C. P. R., which comes before  the supreme court next Monday, as  he was superintendent of the YNel-  son division at tlie time that the  late Mr. Fawcett met with the fatal  ;accident at Robson. When asked  about the changes that it is rum-  Iraored are to take place in the local  management of the company he  said that a few changes might take  ' place, but as yet nothing had been  definitely decided upon.  Wilhelmina's Nuptials.  The. Hagum, February 4.���Num-  Veroua royal personages are arriving  'New-York, Februaryvi.'~ The"  coroner's'offiee "jwas**.notified -today;  bf^the death of^ Mrs.* "Flora>*Mayl  'Masbn'atta -'private ..office. ,jP'Death  1 was'followed-by. pneumonia, follow-,  -irig.the inhalation"of" smoke at the  -Jeff erson}hotel fire last "SVednesday.,  HerT   husbandi^Wald^^En-erson^  Mason,*- died^Sftturdayf.^from^ the  same cause.y-Miv^and:Mrs. ���Mason'so  child 'died at^tnel^Jef^rsdu ^several;  '���days' shefOre,-*th,e^flre^,'-'^-The -nursd*'  who ,had Obeen'  in*'-'attendance,]  Elizabeth Doning, was thrown  to  the pavement by the breaking of, a  rope  fire   escape   and   was  killed.  Thus iri less than" a week, father,  mother; child and nurse met death.  Meeting of the Opposition.  , .Vancouver, February 4.���[Special to "The, Tribune.]���A meeting  of .the opposition held tonight adjourned after a long discussion, in  which ex-premier Martin took part.  The meeting was for the purpose  of choosing a candidate to run for  the Vancouver vacancy. R. Mac-  Pherson, ex-M. P. P., wrote that- he  was opposed to the government and  favored the opposition platform.  -A long-discussion���took-place as to  whether they should support him  or bring out a new candidate. The  meeting adjourned till, Friday to  obtain MacPherson's views.  of coal lands  the"'' corpo^atioWalso'JJ^^  own anadeaUtownsite "at"Fairyiew,i?C#^  comprising upwards'of-360'acres.'y ^'^|��  ' -Recently the Stemwinder and our*;^w5.^  tcoal lands were^examin^d^by CMr.^"��$|r  Thurston, a New~York *:mining��ex- y<||��  pert, on" behalf "of *. Messrs.'^ Goodery* *? "j$k  ham and Blackstock.-1.It ohad beenf^*^  no sooner done,.than 'ther'Torontoy-*W&  people sent instructions to piish de-^J^��*#|  velopment with all 'p9ssible-speed.y:*^l  Our , coal," lands   are "situated Y at  rjf~<4  '---j-jji-Z-i  iWhite* Lake-Ton the Periticton^roadi^  twelve miles.froW-Fairvie'vr77~ TheyM^^  comprise over 400 acres "and-ihavevi<i^x  riot���> been developed. ���v There",, is*** a \  strong ��� and 'large, outcrop,! onYTthe?ZtiW.X  surface hint arsort^of,? basint-lfroirirt^MI  .which,jwe have extracted,Jbetween;i #fefl  two aud three hundred wnsijT^The^^m'  coal is al lignite andY4s*?admirablyt?''^^  adapted;  purposes,  -the local purchasers, the priceTbeing  $15( per toiirat^the,coal fleldsi"  pbrtion'oCthaadjoining coal:larids, Vy^^i  ��itris stated,^have-been^ acqulrWflbyiI^?*^i  a company, in which, sir. ^William { y ji^j  Van-Home is interested.* Thefuture y" Y^  * a�� *>       > ����� ^       ia- r -v jl*T   Mv        ?Ht  of the southern /portion  of Britishy--*"*- j^|  Columbia7in so" far- as  fueL is con. *]���" _*r$[*  cerned has already been solved.'' ,- ,f. _����.  A?Sl  YESTERDAY'S    NEWS   IN   BRIEF.  Shkiiurooke.���A. G. Woodward,  coroner of St. Francis district for  45 years, died today.  Schnectady.���The biggest snow  storm of tlie season is raging here  and all trains are delayed from four  to five hours.  BKHiaix.���It is reported from Kiel  that Sigfried Hess, a local banker,  lias fled to tlie United States after  embezzling 300,000 marks.  Montreal. ��� Heblit, the well  known Canadian sculptor, has been  appointed chevalier of tho Legion  of Honor by the French  ment.  Berlin^���At the meeting  Guelph sympathizers  held  desheim, Hanover, Baron  berg- said: - "I shall not  our king is reinstated." ���  immediately dissolved the meeting,  Montreal.��� Madame Bernier,  who did business on St. Catherine  street under the name of Bernier &  West, is suing the Lachine Rapids  Hydraulic & YLand Company for  $232,000j alleged loss caused by a  fire in the premises of the firm,  which it is alleged was caused by  defective lighting apparatus. .  Hamilton.���Arthur Weir, proprietor of the Criterion restaurant,  attempted suicide last night by  tying a sheet around the bed post  and his neck and choking himself  to death. He also stuffed his mouth  full of bed linen. He was drunk.  He was resuscitated and today is  sorry he tried to end his life.  govern-  of the  in Hil-  Honen-  rest until  The police  " Vancouver Notes. '   r,',' *�� '  Vancouver^ February_ 4.���[Spec-"  ial to The Tribune.]���A meeting of  the Victoria,"^ ,Vancoii ver '& Eastern :  railway takes place here tomorrow^  Officials of the Great Northern rail- Y  way, which has bought the Coast-  Kootenay    charter,   have   secured  options on property on the shore of '  False creek, amounting to, $200,000,  for a terminal site.    The scheme includes the building of a canal' from  the Inlet to False creek to make a  deep water connection.-���    ���=������~^=  The Canadian Pacific railway is  paying a quarter million dollars  apiece for two boats now being  brought from the East Indies for  the Skagway^run. 'Each will carry  250 passengers and 800 tons of  freight. Both are 300 feet long  with a speed of 10 knots.  Three .hundred dollars worth of  jewelry was stolen last night from  Mrs. McKenzie's residence on Bur-  naby street. Other burglaries are  reported.  Shareholders Meet.  Montreal, February 4.���The annual meeting of the shareholders of  the Knobhill mine was held here  .today. The shareholders approved  of the amalgamation of the Granby  properties. It was explained that  the capital would be $15,000,000 in  $10 shares, divided as follows:  Knob Hill $2,500,000, Old Ironsides  $2,500,000, Grey Eagle $2,225,000,  smelter and townsites $4,800,000,  reserve $2,975,000. The old board  was re-elected.- The shareholders of  the Majecfeic also met and re-elected  directors. It was decided not to  ship from the mine until the railway reaches it.  Again on Trial  i New York, February 4.���The second trial of Dr. Samuel Kennedy,  the dentist, who spent a year and a  half in the death house at Sing  Sing after having been found guilty  of murder in the first degree on a  charge of having killed "Dolly"  Reynolds in the Grand hotel here  on August 15,1898, was called today in the criminal branch of the  supreme court. While the selection; of a jury was going on, judge  Furs man announced an adjournment would be taken until tomorrow.  .  ffSI  - *-i**|  ���>sl  3  J7l w  to  t How Many Falls g  THE TRIBUNE i iffELSON B. 0, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5 1901  .���������������_. .   .   .i-irtu  to  to  to  to  iii  ib  ib  ib  HAVE YOU HAD ON THE SIDEWALK��  DURING THE PAST FEW DAYS? to  to  ************************ ^  IF YOU HAD WORN A PAIR OF OUR &  to Rubber Soled Shoes .. .. f  to YOU WOULD HA VE BEEN PERFECTLY to'  jjj SAFE.   CONSIDER THESE PRICES:     jjj  jff Men's   Rubber-Soled   Boots   in   Black  and Tan: Regular-^'  jj price $6;0O, Snap at $4150.       q W  ^ Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black  and Tan: Regular W  W       r  price 85.60, Snap at $4.15.-   ^ W  to to  to Ladies' Rubber Soled  Shoes:   Regular price  $5.60,  nowW  to       $4.i6. to  to      x to  /f\ Same  reductions   in   all   our  stock of Dry   Goods, Men's Jf\  /fV Furnishings, Boots and Shoes. /f\  jiy ************************ m  I Twenty Four SilkSltittst  on ment fotvieachy'but'-the _aBteneea4?  are^te run -eoneurrently. 'The other  ^pri*febner^was-cJamea-,Hbj^n,n the  sho'ema_*l? who' got into-trouble by-  smashing the windows of his wife's  house," and who was - afterward  charged with not supporting. his  family. For certain reasons the  case could not proceed and he was  remanded until this morning.- ���*���-.  Here is something for the Ladies.-  Regular price $ 6.00 Bargain at $ 4.60  Regular price-$10.00.-. Bargain >at<-$7.60-  Regular price* $12.00v Bargaln^af $ 9.00-  Regular price $14.00    Bargain- at $10.60  Regular price $16.00/. Bargain at $12.00  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ���?-  all shades;  ************************  " JKUtt-i��� fl^trflil'mD '   *   Norwayjand  Sweden:   These.men  >.Wfr   Vbm\J)XT&. :���.lhh6 ^oyed ^ MrrClerg^e in  THE'feeli^'WSiHst"Chine_e"and" ;5��nnection with-the mammotfriron;  ^Japanese immigration",, is not "coriV^  -fined'to British-C^uinbia.' 'In Aus*  tralia7 even'-greater/progress - has J  been made in.the tflght" against * it, ���  and one of the chief planks in the  platform of the new federal party,  led by premier.Barton,-is the pro-^  hibition ~or   severe*-restriction- of  Asiatic immigration.- "  THE'feport'of Dr. Fagan to .the  attorney-general as- to the spread'  of disease from the Chinese market  gardens of -Victoria - threatens^ to,  put the Chinese 'out of business.  The report of the doctor sets out  Chinese  that not only are Chinese-vege  tables likely to disseminate disease  germs, but the gardening practices  of the Chinese are so disgustingly-  filthy that their recital makes the  listener sick. *  TheW. C. T. U. of Hamiltonis  , becoming a useful organization. Its  members no longer devote their entire energies to the construction of  essays on the evil effects of intemperance and the management of  socials. They have got together  and organized what they call a day-  nursery, in which mothers who are  obliged to support their families  may leave their infants while afc  work. This institution has been  - going for some months,- and the  women are making'it stick. * A normal charge of five cents per day is  made for the care of a child, and  when it is stated that during the  past six months 1000 children were'  _ cared for, some idea of the convenience afforded by the institution  may be arrived at.  F. H. Clergue, whose-enterprise  is transforming East Algoma from  a desolate waste to a thriving industrial center, has"just returned"  . from England, and   has unfolded  another chapter in his'plan for the  development of the iron and steel  resources < of  the    New    Ontario.'-  While in England he opened immigration ' bureaus  at  London  and-  Liverpool and made arrangements'  for bringing over a large number of  miners, artisans and laborers from.  ;and:steel industry -which~-.his*3 com-  'panyisbuilding.;up,-but/so fakas*  .possible the heads of' families "will  be brought out so as to ensure permanent ' settlement. -  The  immigrants'will'begin' to^arriverwith the  1 opening' of navigation> and before  its close at; leasts4000" immigrants  are'expected.   This is the fruit of a.  pblicy*which conserves-to -the province'the maximum-" benefit from  .the'development   of  its  mineral-  resources. _  * The action- of' the -city council  last evening in deciding to1 call the  attentiori,of_therproper^ authorities"  to the necessity which exists *��� for.  reasonable safeguards - against' the  spread of contagiousdiseases in the  unorganized-portions of- Kootenay,  is timely. At--the-present time  smallpox is more or- less- epidemic  throughout the western* states from  Chicago to Spokane, and the' condition, while'not alarming, is sufficiently grave to warrant every precaution. While it is true that- in  recent epidemics of the disease  the cases have ��� been almost  uniformly - mild, it1 is nevertheless  the fact that*the presence of-the  disease; even in a mild form; creates  something in the nature of a panic  which very seriously disorganizes  business, and is followed with attendant financial loss. Nelson so  far has been comparatively free  from the disease, and while the city  authorities can cope with any possible outbreak in the city, the precautions against its introduction in  the unorganized districts are at  present inadequate, and should be  remedied at once.  Mining Becords.  The following raining transactions  were    recorded   yesterday:    Certificates of work���To M. R. Driscoll  on Summit, to  Thomas- Kane  on  Foghorn and Keogh.   Transfers���  From Lewis Leoy to Sadie Silver-  stone both of Rossland. en tire interest in Rainy Day Fractional situated  on Wild Horse creek for a nominal  consideration, - from John McKane  to C. R. Hamilton both of Rossland  a nine-twentieth interest in   Eastern    Oregon,    Franklin,    Lytton,  Sq[uak, Hammond: and   Minnesota  all situated in. the Trail Creek min-a  ing division for a nominal consideration, from Peter Thorpe, Charles  Swanson and Gust O'Deanto John  McKane and R. W.  Gregor  all of  Rossland entire interest in Eastern-  Oregon-,- -Franklin, Lytton,*- Squak,  Wasco, Hammond   and 'Minnesota  all in the Trail Creek mining division for   a  nominal   consideration,  -'from W. J. Hughes of Ymir to N.~  -McLennan of Ymir quarter - interest in Independence on Wild Horse  creek for a nominal   consideration.  Locations���Boys O'Bo'ys on Morning mouhtain'by H7 Blundell,- Iron-  Colt near Slocan Junction byJ.J-~H.  MeManus,,Star on-Tamarac mountain by Walter-Blanchfield.  .Internal Revenue Beturns.  F.��� W. Swannell has--just-made  out his report on the inland revenue  returns for the month' of > January.  It' shows-an increase over -the  month of December of $300. The"  report is as follows:   <. **  -Spirits ." ." $1072 17-  Malt  .     . - 28500  Tobacco -       .710 00  Raw leaf tobacco 42 20  Clgara.-r;.... '...   MR 00  Licensee ,        37 50  =35!  *��  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  m _______.* *Sl__*i_W__7 * _______ *____l * *^0 * _____W  '.*mt ��.^ ��'*_, .,*^-�� w. ^�� ��^*^&  to  to  to  to  to  to  Total  '$5254 87'  ~r~ .-Heavy-Snowvin-New York. -  y Water-town,. New, York,_JFebru-;  iary 47���A' heavy- snow storm' prevailed in- northern New York^from  .midnight to rioonvtoday.atwo^ feet  Yof-? snb wo falling/at 'some/ .points.  -Passenger and. mail -trains ^were..  Sadly/delayed and several, freight  trains".wereystalled in the big drifts^  iKaOTENA&y.;. |  [     COFFEE: <DO��  ;************************  Coffee Roasters   -  Dealers in'Tea and Coffee^  ************************  " We are offering'at lowest prices the best'-,  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan <  x eas. _        ^    Our Be8*Y Mocha and. Java Coffee, per'  - ~  - ^ ^pound*, .r $- 40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds   ...   1 00  Choice BleAd Coffee, 4 pounds'.    1 00 *  Special Blend Ooffee, 6 pounds    1 00  Rio Blend'Coffee, 6 pounds 100'  Special Blend Ceylon'Tea, per pound'- "30 ,  to  m  to  to:  to  to  to  to  to  to  9)7  ' ~_^^*_ --.^ - *���   i __ r ���-�����. ^ s- *" ___��_P  "ti a_W_^^���______^"0__\_Prf^_W__^ ^____t0*4_____& 4__^^__v ^^__t*+%^���___^^____-w*^_____iiK_^_____w~4_____r *^__\__k*^______0-4AA___w *^^__W ^*%\_w^^___tf t^*%__W���'^tXXXXXt* ���*^^���X\>J^^���b ���*4XM_w***XXXX___t ���*^_\XXws'*V__XXP ���**^__XXX��'JL'^____m ^.XXXXX*���^iXXXxW*'^L_X__Wr *-____V_^W'  ^^^*^_\__\*^-K *^^ * ^^ *^B^* ^-^^ * V^* ^^ av^*^^ "^^* ^^^^^^* ^^'*^fcC* ^^**"^ * 00"*'^^"'^0 " 00*-_%& * 00**00 * 00* 00? ^P* 00 * 00* 00** ^0**^0 ���'__���'*_5?*  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  _m-  wBBm  831** to 331 B_keKBt��et. -Nelaoars..  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  HOKNJHHiOEFEtjDfr  Telephone 177. -  -  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET,-NELSON.  American and European Plant.  1 �����    'j* r  MEALS  ���*-"_?���     ���  GENTS  .-  R0OM8_UGHTBD bV KLKCTRIC1TY  CHARLES-HILLYERr - - J- r  *- ^   - President ,and -General- Manager.  HARRY HOUSTON,:   > . I  Secretary-Treasurer  All Communications to.be-addresaed'-to cither of the'above.  ���"�����*-*-'.-9-��v^  as c:  ,TO$l-  TH0MPS0N & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street."  PAINTERS:  Deeoratoni and'  Paper Hangers.  Dr. Morrison,  Dentist, lias removed to his  new offices in tho K-W-C block.  BAKER OTRRBT.' NMDBONi1  Lighted by, Electricity and'Heat-  :$"-*       ed-with; Hot-Airy  i *..     .' '' * t~���. "_ .     -  .  fl��(_.-o(mift>rtahle-bedroani_ and fljrt-etaM.  dining-room.- Sample roomaftwootntneroUliue-.  1      RATES 92 PER: DAY- >  Mrs. E. C_ ClarKof P^P*  ** __. __ _������. ��.����* .m        iii���  -MaaaiaMr.'  ..  OS1 TSSS EOT Ai aOBBIa-OiTOi-t-X  tWard  !V|adden House^SSMTK  Tbe ODlf hotel ln Nelson that) baa Manlaeft  under one managemeivt slnoe -1890.. *  The bed-rooms axe wen fum-dud and^lgbWl  tar eleotrtcltiy.' - -  The bar la always itooked by the belt don f>  Uo And Importod-Ilquorg and dgaje..-  TH0MA8t____)P-iw. P8aprtBtoi��^  SLOGAN JUNCTION-HOTEL  JT. H.MoMANUB.\  Wd ai��e-ppe|>apeil to Pupnlahi-'^   l* y  - ..  !   ' ^       ���.  by^Rftli, Bai*ee**oP'Temnuir ^  y DIMENSION-LUMBER   '        K  ^[ ���      R0UGH:d7id DRESSED^LUMBER*; .  r LOCAL wild COAST .ceiling:  -  ; LOCAL JxndiGOASl'FLOORING     :  :     : DOUBLE*DRESSEDSCOAST-CEDAR:,  ; ^y.-r   -RVSTIC^SH^LAP^STEPPMG^l"    , _,  PINE^nA^CEDARLCASINGSC ?>     v  .       . -.     DO0R:iJAMBS^WIND0W STILESr. \  TURNED;WOflK;BAND-SAWINQ<  BRACKEm;MEWEL~ POSTS^r:    V  '    '-'   THRNED:JTERANDA::P0STS, .-V  STOREFRONTSt^  DOORS/WINDOWS;arid GLASS.  Get Our Pi-leea _*e*tore> '*    y 'y^L'        ^r  Iiupohaatiifirelaewbepe. -.^-J" ���" ���" - _    ������������  ' >  -    "'   .       OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS. >    A  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R.CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF-  ' -      ���*���  "-'' **/ >  /;.     *������ ���**   i^-^^__l^���yVtfKorlesale and:Retail   .���  Dealers in Meats  Bar stocked with beet brand* ot wiiue, Uqnon,  and Clgan., Bear oa draught." i Larste.ooorrfort--  al^e Homi. >VlmMlaM table bead.   R. REISTERER & CO.  r'       .  BBBWXBi) AND BORtaMi 0��  FINE'LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Oases Before Judge Forin.  Two prisoners came before judge  Forin yesterday morning for sentence. The first one was Pat Callahan, who was brought down from  Fernie last week. Two charges  were against him. It was alleged  that he had stolen a diamond ring  valued at $150 from Mrs. Cardinal  of Moyie.- He was also accused of  attempting to break jail with intent to -escape from custody.' To.  both lie pleaded guilty and he was  sentenced to three months' impris-'  The Gait Coal office has-been  removed ��� to the Ward building, on Baker street���two  doors west C. P. B. offices.  A full supply, of Gait Coal  now on hand.  Prompt and regular  delivery to the *r��de  BrawoTy at Jetooa  W. P. TIERNEY-i  Telephone No. 205     General Agent.  LADIES? TRIMMED HATS  Endless-Variety  And -Prices to -Suit.  MRS. e. Mclaughlin,  JOSEPHINE STREET.-  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer Victoria and Kofltenra JBttMti.  P.O. Rax CO. TMSBPHOWTB-NO, ��'  Home Grrown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Shrubs  Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Plants arid Seeds.  Extra choico stook of Peach, Apr-cot,- Plum,  Thorry and Prune Trees. New,Importation of  flrst-class Rhododendrons, Roses, Clfmatus, Bay-  Trees, HollieB, etc.  ;. 80,000 to choose frotn.   No agents on-commie -  sion to pay. No fumigation orlnspeclon charges.  Greenhouse plants, agricultural fmplememar fer���  tilizera, b��o supplios,   etc; -Largest and moat  complete stock in the provinoei   Send lac,catalogue before placing your orderSa   Addteas -  It. J. HEM&Y, Vweauwar, B. C.  nut* tabor'Qat&s'-  Hb-.d.O��io> at ~  !'   NKLSON, B.C.  I _ -      Markets.��t-Nelson, Rossland,  Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, .Sandon, Silverton, Nev  , Denverp Revelstokei--Ferguson. Grwud ��� Forks/j Greenwood, CMOade ,Cityh Mid ,  ��� way, _nd-Vancouver.  1 Mail-Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Eiaotena^ Butcher Go*  ALL KXMDS OV  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKBa-UD ANDEU-TAIL  FI8H AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker street, Nerson        E.\ C. TRAVES, Manager  i muvmui-itv! uati. .Rimiiva nAR-mrar, amp ffRoup^Ayt'iaiiiriiuw-a   ROSSL>A_NE>   ^INQIINEBRlNa  WORKS  ' ..   CUNLIFPE &:MoMII_I_AN  Foundert and Haehlnlatt, Speolalty of Ore Caw,,Ore-Bin Ooortr and General Mining Machinery.  List of second-hand machinery* on hand, -which, haa been thoroughly overhauled and Is as good  as new: "**  '   1 25-H. P. Locomotive-type bailer, with, etudneaattoched and^all fittings, ready to-torn on steamr  t    1 t,l"i8" Double-Cylinder Friction Druin-Holst, built byXngorsoll Co. >  1 8inklng Pump, No. 5 Cameron. New York.'  pattern.-  1 Sinkinir Pjunp, 10"x6"xl*', ou*talde-paoked-. ._ ^   .    ,M t     , . _   .,       ___  Watch Uils advertisement for further lists, or write ns before you-buy for complete list. .We  may have just what you'-want., - -  Agents for-Nortbey^ Pumps.. Stock carried.  WHOLESALE TRADE  ^  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS. . "  ;mHORPK 8c CO.,' LIMITKD.���Corner,Vernon,.  A> and Cedar streeta, Nelson, manufacturers  of i and wholesalo dealers In ssrated waters and  i.-.,  fruit syrupa.  Sole agents for, Halcyon Bprlnoa-  mineral .water. Telephone 00. ''���s      .  , -   .  ':. r - ASSAYERS'   SUtPUES; '    ' _' 7  TXT- V. TKKTZEL Ic COJ-Corner Baker and   I  Av.v ���- Josephine Htroets, Nelson, wholr.>aledeal - 1  ers-in^assayers supplies.^AgenU.uV',Denv��  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado. , . y _ i.    .  ^ ���      COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Hj; EVANS-*" cd.-Baker-streeH Nelson^.  ���   wholesale   dealers~ toi liquors,, olgara '-  .oement, lire brlok and fire olay, water pipeju-T  steel raUi,-ejndvgenerai oonunlaeUm merohaate..^*  -     - "*  r-* HHJeOTBIOAL^UPPLIl^     '      '��  1. -  i.enJn.teIei  fixtures, el  iee,,annunciators, bells, batteries,  , Houston block, Nelson.   '  - ,    .  1. FLOOR AND FEED. .  P9AOK3IAN ��� KER -MlLIilNQ- COMPANT  tJ-���� ���Cereals; Flour, -Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed"oars shipped to all .Kootenay Points..  Grain elevators at all principal points on.Ca)gary-,  Edmonton R. R. Mills at Victoria, 'New West"  minster; and Edmonton, Alberta.- . ~-       r  *��_/ FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P'- BURNS-* *- CO.-Baker -��treet,r- Nelson,  n ���  wbdwaeU dealeraIn freehand onredmeaU.=  Cold storage.   ;   ���        u. . ;  :       GROCERIES. ,   y  A  -MACDONALD ft, CO.-Corner .Front and  ;*��������  Hall  -streets, ...wholesale grooera   and ���  'obbers ln blankets, gloves, mltta, boot*, rubbers, -  maoklnaws.and miners' sundries.,,  OOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANT.  *UMI-  ,   . TED--Vernon, street, Nelaon, ^wholesale  grooera.  TOHN OHOLDJTOH 8c CO.-Front street, Nel*  **   son,-wholesale grocers.-  J.Y. GRIFFIN ft CO.���Front street. Nelaon.  ���"-whoieeale- dealers 'in-pxovisional-<^onred^'^-  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.'*  H BYERS ft CO.���Corner Baker and Josophlno >  ��� - streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers 4n hard  ware and mining supplies.  Powder Co.  . Agents for .Giant'  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  t    -Baker St., rNelaon, wholesale   dealers la  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers'supplies.;  UQU0RS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER,, BEETON ft. CO.���Corner-Vernoo  -A and Josephine atrceta, Nelaon, wholesale  dealers in ttvun, of  for Pabet Brewing   gaiy Brewtog Co. of Calgary.  waao,    a.-aaMiv_,    njuaaaraouv  and dry goods.' Agents, -  of Milwaukee and Cal  POWDER, CAPS AND FOSE.  TTAMILTON POWDER OOMPANY-Baker  ���*-*��� street. Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  _.���_. . . ^ m^^ ___rt_ogpowder��,-  oapa and fuse, and eleotrlo  spotting.  wholesale aeaiers i  Wanting apparatus.  SASH-AND DOORS.,  .WBWNW.W AND���PLANING MILLS.  Al LOilTBD-Conier-Front and HaU streets.  Net-on,- manwiaetnrers vt and wholeealOi dealers  In sash and doorst all kinds of factory work made  to order. -  WINES.AND CIGARS.  rtALIFORNIA *-WINH CO]  V'  TE*_���Corner Front and :  wholnesle .dealers In* wlm      dama(Me and (mnortad ebnus.  'ANY,   hoa-_  - strnets, Nel  aon, wholnesle dealers In* wines (ease and bulk,  and ���   ' "  P.-O.-Bo_-~l98s  THIRD AVENUE,  ROSSI_AND.  ffl mB8__llT-OOSTS-BUT,ONK CENT[_^^_|^_lfl  So drop ns a post card that we may call and give estimates.  It eaves many doUare.  ever -hava any plumbing dona until yon nave seen .our -goods>-and eur-prioe_,  QPPOeiTB  pfwrroi^���  rtnaiL  STRACHAN BROTHERS. Plumbera.  REILEY&BENOY  SUCCBSSORBxXO' H.,D_ ASHOROFT)t >  BUiCK8_ilTJi3   AND, WOOD WOMTO*  tnf_srLtm��uaaim.:  latteattoBffiven to _11 kindaof repairing,  n work from o'.-aide pointa. liaavr  jtoouarasa____t nottm,-  J. RUSSELL  Bayar-and,Exporter of ...  RAW  FURS  Highest Prtoea  PratDptRatonui e  .���alcAaaortment,  Ship by Esvnsa NELS0N, B. C  ANTI-OHIKESE YRESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions'adopted at a regular-,  meeting held on. Saturday evening, December  2ind," 1900, all members of Nelson Mlnera-Union  No. 9S,-iW.'.F. -M., are requested to use 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 whito man's country, are requested toco operate in giving effect to  the aforesaid resolution.   By order.  ND.LSO.V MINERS'   UNION.  Nelson, December 22nd.  The above resolution has been endorsed bv the ,  Trades and < Labor Council of Nelson, and all .  union meni and others, in symtiatby a with it, are.  requested to govern  themselves "accordingly.  TRADES ft LAB_R CO*UNCIL OF NELSON  Nelson, December 22nd.   AttOfflTEOTft, ,  ���RiWARTvft, OABB-E-Axebltaot-a   Rooms.   ,  A and.8 Atwgdean Mock. Baker Btpaat, Mahon. —  —  i
f*--rvf-v.,'"ia-' '
'v."  -'-5?"
CAPITA!* all paid up....tl£\000£00.00 .
BHBT    7.000,000.00
UNDrv-DHD PRoyrra     _27.i8a.80
Lord Strathoona and-Mount Royal "...President
Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President
E.S. Clouston.., General Manager
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 Cable
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Mr. #' justice:
Sessions Open ^Tomorrow.
Y^; The supreme court
vumbia   opens 'before
" houseatTilY^
: in g^;andfl*fpre 7] it> £ar«sK'ten'j^baaes^
Yspme Yof iwfefc^
'; such -.a^t&ng:.i*i^
*** 'iih. ■• the />hearing■.■_&{■YYcivii f cases?" -in
:jv _.-■ S^dilaifas^emwfo^
; ^-tipnYvvitJ^lw^nd3uErpf ^rayvfbrd's'
'-, ;e8i^te,|]att^;McMillaifcsM-^fe^thlatft
■ the ^estatei is! being  wasted. ;. Tlie
$'C0!ai0 S^ljitYGhristiftf of'SSj^cti;
I y In vthejease "of •Ibslei^s^^r^tlie's
latter is  suing for .his -commission
Sutherland-;, atouy two, "year9ago.
peiihiemer;-in which-the;plaintiff
suing r,-for., damages *.*? owing . to. a
breach of contract;   The defendant
failed to supplythe'-plaintiff- with
37 cars of hay.. The case is *an" old,
one and has even;goheNto' the   su-
prerae"court, where it was decided,
that there ..was a>legal-contract be-;
tween the1-twqp'ar ties.. »-It "will'-'bej
tried with a,speciarjury. JEliott, &
Lennie have the- case . for; _theC'defendant., — .*_   ' - ?y,.    V-y'V'-''""'•'
- '-McLa^n^-m BilUngaiia^^tha? nextY
case on the' listy T.Ke*action in'tHisf
case is in connection 'with certain
'interests in tlie "Yellowstone mine
at Yinir.„ ;,The 'case, is conducted entirely by coast 'solicitors.^'   " „ ,""
r The next case, Fawcettvvsr,C.P.R.,
'Will also be tried by 7 special _ jury...
This is;anold   case, and" has' once
been before   the   courts.   Fawcett
1 died from injuries received by falling from a train at Robson.   The*
deceased's parents are bringing the
action. , The,case of the plaintiff is
being conducted by Messrs., Eliott
& Lennie and that of the defendant
by E. P. Davis of Vancouver.   H.
E. Beasley, who -was...superintendent of the Nelson "division   at   the
time of the accident and .who is one
of, the chief clerks at the head of-v
flee in7Montreal,-will be one-of—the
witnesses in'the case.   n'   -
In the case of West vs. Buchanan,
the plaintiff is suing for $1400,
which is the amount of the value of
a certain quantity of logs which, it
ia alleged, were sold to defendant.
Mr. McAnn of Kaslo is the defendant's attorney.
The third jury case is that of
Briggs ;Vs. Newswander and ,the
action arises out of the relocation
of two mineral claims. They are
the Cork and Dublin, situated on
Kaslo creek.
That of Harris vs. Pitts is a
Sandon case and the suit arises out
of the defendant occupying - lands
that were once laid out for a street.
Messrs. Macdonald & Johnson- are
acting for plaintiff and F. L. Christie
for defendant.
Wigens vs. the Nelson & Bedling-
ton railroad is an action for damages, as the railroad crosses the
plaintiff's property. Messrs. Elliot
& Lennie are the plaintiff's solicitors and the defendant's are Messrs.
Whealer & Martin of Kaslo.
The last case is that of Marino
vs. Alexander, in which the plaintiff
is suing for moneys loaned to be
used in developing the Marion
claim, which is situated near Silver-
ton. Over four law firms are connected with the case.
Hon. Qeo. A. Cox, Robt. Kllgour,
 Prwldent. Vice-President.
London Offloe, eo Lombard Street, B. O.
New. York Office.. 16   Bxobange   PImb.
.  and 61 Branches lit Canada and the
Interest allo,w'ed-on .deposits., Present, rate
threo per cent. - '■
YY:-v;.YY;; ■'■-■ Yl'Y* : = ';M^u^e*r,^rtspi^R»nch.;:;
Capital Authorized •
Capital Paid up
D. R. Wllkie, Oeneral Manager.
E. Hay, Inapeoter.
t _________
Nelson Branch—Burns Block. 221 Baker Btreet)
J. M. LAY. Manage,        .,
court; this' ■■; week. YYThe\application;
■was'iipt Ygr^t^l^TK^a^icatipn^
'- fbrg.-a:: ispecia.lY'y ujftf; •' in| -tho^case^pf^
.-.'^r''.:-r-..''-V,rV ■-■' ■??*:-:':.:-V_: L.--. 1.'^^':->v^-^:"v:0r.-'*^i-'>^v
Mr. Davis of Vahcpuyer.Ywhois the.
Cca^hpt; % rea^|;*i^^*^5^f^ ytBLaty
•:say-;^ that= the'jpuuipsr have-been
pulled-out of the shaft and, that the,
down *'is» t^t ;uibyei^^pres*OT^
ditions of the climate and the stage'
|*^ere.;tpp; heSvyil»|j ustifj^c^atani^
reached a depth of 275 feet and the
fdrif & blsingirunfonl^^
iambu'M *of fw^
*the cost of fuel alone ,was. prohibitive, wood jcosting $10~a cord.' Men
'who have*worked,ini the.,mine "are
-authority for the' stotement that,
"the'showings in the bottom 'pf?' tW
tshaf t are as good as ever, and even
' better then at some stages? * -Assays
;taken recently yielded;$200 to $3Q0
:per-ton. .   - .   -- \    %. ,
; It'"*-is ■= not -. believed -^that ^"thisM
course means^ any, permanent .'or
Jeng-continuedydleneas..;.-- At;- best,
the present-working were not intended to be the,permanent fwork^
'ings and a tunnel.will be the ultimate means of? reachihg-Ythe mine,
ruhning.in from either Sheep creek
HI8 HONOUR the Lieutenant-Governor direota
the publication of the -fpllowlne-Proolama''
tion aud Notices received from the Honourable
the secretary of State for<Canada___' • >r;   v;:
• ' .*:.■ *    : V   .*■'■*. ,• J. D.:*PR©JTICB.-'--*-:-'".;:'<
*..■■■'■;:■_. ■■K'..--7r':,.I^rviiMI.Beontaryi.^:
Provincial Secretary's DeriartmehtiA ' v S"
-.:,: 26th January, 1901. ,u :y;?*:^.7:, 7.7?.:-.:
-^ «::UnltedfKingdom: of: Great: Britain and: Ire *
;fYi s lMd,^i^De^^
;Totali:'W-Whom'these ipresentaishallicomejbri
-. .':2whom the.jSEtmo'..may^iiiJapywise concern,^:
'■■:>'*■ '■Qiti!aHiNo'fe'&>-'tife.*^**''i^
'.7:7 ■* X»„viD^_IltMY Y^5Sl^C7SEB»EAS,fSatS
: Attorney-General; Canada; Ji V. ¥•^ urday; t", the:
' second day of iFebruary; baa been flxed-.for the.
obsequ'ei of Her late Maleaty, Our Royal Mother:
of blesSed and glorious.memory:>ajr.*-:;*^";V7^'::Ai;
p- And whereas,: well knowlngi.thatsOurirdeePi
grief is shared by Our loving subjects in Canada,,
We are. desirous .to afford them :arii opportunity/
Yof- testifying' their. sorrow;;and: their; sympathy:
VwlthSus ih^the-grievous^yaffllotion-whloh^has;
?Now; therefore; We have thought flt,^.by and.
: with theadvioeiof .Our-Privy.-;j_oun6Ui*for.Can-
' ada, to appoint and set apart*, and We do hereby:
appoint and set apart.-Sftturday;" the second day
of February next, as a d»y of general: mourning,'•
to be ebserved by all persons'throughoutOurt
Doniinlon of Canada.^s'^jS*ysSySYSISYy"^
*ifY*lN i.T*^iMON*rsWmK^E^
Y    these Our Letterstobemade.'patent, and the
. ~ : GreatSeal of Canada tobo, hereunto affixed:
,: iWWNBSS,;OurRightTrusty.andRight^Well-'
= i .*beloved*'Cousin.'iitheivRteht^Honorablev'Slr;•
S./S'count'Melgrahd; of Melgundr Couhtysof^ForT
•f^Pfar, in the Peerage'of-^the.'-.United.'Kingdom;
^^.-rBaron'Mintovof Mintb> County of Roxburgh,-
s*r*i ln; the Peerage-' ot Great: Britaiif;.:Barohet',of
g ,;YNova: Scotia;-K*niBht; Grand~:Crb8si.ofi'Oui:*:;
.." Most DistlnKuIshed Order of 9aint.iRliehael-
S Sand::St;T'George,v&c.'iY-Scc.'f^^Governor-Gerie*5alf
&&3,of Canada;^*s:j:£Si:*^'?;Sj*^'^ia-Y'ftV'^
■_=iv .VOttawa^thistwenty^xth'dayibfvJsh
'   '; the year of Our Ix>rd one: thousand.nine mi '
:cil! datedthe 24tK;davi.of ■"Januarys1901KCTheseY
:are toglvepublicnollce thatit iH"ei*pected,-that^
all persons upon the present occasion of the death,
of,Herniate Majosty. of ,blessed and. glorious
memory, do put themselves lntordeepest mounting, the said mourning to begin on,the 28th
instant." \       w <■       ' ,-<*     *"-x^ ~ -*"
-,   ' -.t  ^ "*    -,-,.:--       NORFOLK? -      '
1   -a ,_■?-_ , r■   i'    ,    .   -v   Earl Marshal. ,
-- - -     Government House, g' >"<.* "•"
v*) •-_   ""       *•_. -    c< - * - 25U» January, J901. i?
'.Pursuant to the above-Ordor',^mourning will
commence throughout the Dominion on Monday
next, the 28th instant. <,<
'   .     v By Command of His Excellency.-   **   ~
t. &.,<-HARRY GRAHAME,Y= <
-   . Captain, A.' D.C.r       >
Acting Governor-GeneraJ.s^Secretary.-
'on the south, oivfrom Lake.creek;
j The .shaft has been braced, however, and. may be Aised: again^ if
pumped out.        c y, -.      •, >    -
Though the amount of actual
'underground .work* done, by .the
syndicate has, been somewhat "less
than would have been- expected, a
surveyi of what ^ has' been.- accomplished ih^ the - camp ..shows / that
there Js no reason" to retract the
best estimates made of the district.
,JThe syndicate has" built a considerable : town at Gallender, - a
stamp.mill of large capacity, ha-a a
power .plant_to-furnish~power_for~
the .Vesuvius, is preparing to.raise.
Crystal lake to increase, the power,
has a large, well-appointed hotel, a
bank and a store with a stock-
worth several thousand dollars.
'      l   -.Vi   ',
'Hard Coal,
Anthraolte '
$10.75 |P"»w_no8».
I Coal
No order can be accepted unless aboompanled
by cash. ■■    -
Office: Corner of Hall
and Baker Streets.
Court House Notes.
^Mrs. Florence Mclnnis was examined for discovery in the case of
Briggs vs. Newswander at the
court house yesterday: Her evidence was given for the defendant.
At the session before judge Forin
yesterday morning an application
was made for leave to have a special jury in the case of' Briggs vs.
Newswander, which will come before the  session  of  the, supreme
Premier Dunsmuir in New York.
Ottawa, February 4.—Premier
Dunsmuir has gone to New York
and .attorney-general Eberts is in
Chatham on a visit.to his.former
home. .The two gentlemen have
arranged to meet in Montreal on
Friday, when they will either proceed directly to the coast or come
back to Ottawa for a few days and
then go buck to British Columbia.
Display in
Fall Suitings
in Fall and Winter wear are
included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irish
Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings
B. C. Gold Melds |
Black Tail	
Brandon & Golden Crown	
Canadian GoldBoIds Syndicate..
Cariboo (McKinney)	
Cariboo YHydraulio	
Centre Star	
Crow's Nest Pass Coal	
Deer  Trail Consolidated   ...
Evening Star   	
Fairview Corporation	
Granby Smelter    	
Icon Mask	
Jim Blaine	
Knob Hill	
Montreal & London	
Morning Glory	
Mountain Lion	
Noble Five	
North Star	
Old Ironsides	
Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...
Slocan Sovereign	
War Eagle Consolidated 	
Wliite Bear	
3000 Deer Trail	
1000    " 	
2000 Evening Star	
2000 White Bear	
2000 Montreal & London      .     .
- 833 Hammond Beef	
E. Skinner
Neelands' Building, Baker Street.
FRED J.. SQUIRE, Manager,
re stock of high class Imported goods.
Ity oil the square   shoulder—tne lati
fashion In coats.  ■
improved Incandescent
Mirror Globe Lamps
Now t in Stock. They
Improve Electric Light
Fifty   per   cent.
The Cabinet Cigar Store
G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.
Headquartors for-
Smoking and Flpaa...
1* £=?•£=?• €=>* CZ>* £_-■"C?'C=3'tZ?'C&*£?'CZ>*^'CZ>'{=?•C^>'> C=2
•St*^^ ^^§^@^ ^^^ ^^@
of the -Holiday Trade has cleared
awa,y; it is well to come back to the
;65l^^^^^igdiiess of the year as
./■ -/T-J--J,
'-■    -. £--11-1
_,   *■* a~?<
^    ^i    S*s
f *^5
mtmm^EmAVEiTHEmEsmmAimpiANos in can ad a."   y   -
WnM^MmEis^i^J^ thirteen years
WkWk%Wmk%Wml^^»- Jewefep..
^y Qw7&w^^ Depai^ra^i^in ^fSi^wIngr^
Hall Orders receive our Prompt Attention.
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■- tenant-Governor*;- of, Our said Province-of
British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria/in
Our said Province/ thlB seventeenth day of
; January, in the year of Our,Lord one'tnou-
- sand nine hundred and one, and in the- olxty--•
"fourth year of Our Reign.   '      -'  *•*
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City of Greenwood...
•This offer holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.
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"" Provincial Secretary's Office,
~   . 17th January, 1901.
IS HONOUR, the Lieutenant-Governor in
Council, under the provisions of the "Land
Registry Act .'has been pleased to establish at
the City of Nelson, in the County of Kootenay,
a BistTict Ofllce for the Recording of Instruments
and Registration of Titles affecting real estate,
situate within the County of Kootenay.
The name of the said registration district shall
be the Kootenay Land Registration Uistrlot.
Henry Fry MacLeod, of the City ot Nelson, solicitor, has been appointed to perform tho duties
of the said District O/Hce, whicli shall be open
for the transactiod of business on and aftor tho
second day of March, 1101.
By Command.
J. I>. PRENTICE, Provincial Socretary.
..... •;jMi^Mee*^4*aYmlner8'';unIoncJWniB;i; ..,....,._-„.„..*.w;s,>6
east corner Viotoria and Kootenays tree ti;every^MSSfe"$fi
Saturday evening at" 8 o'clock. YVlslUng; mem ■^■^■ft*"syt&?&
bers welcome. M. R. Mowatfc, President. - Jame
Wilkes,   Secretary. *  Union Scale of..Waoj_i
;for Nelson    District—Per shift, „ machine _
-men, *f3^0: hammersmen miners.93.25; muckers,
carmen, shovelers and other underground laborers, *|300.."       -   ' _ j ,.   -—.
.. ..,. lar meetings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor
Council -will be held in-the miners' union hall,'-,
oorner of Vlotoria and Kootenay streets, on the
flrst and, third Thursday of each month, ^af  -
7.30 p. m.. p. J. Thorpe, President.  J. H. Matheson, Secretary. _.    «. r ,   4  ^
THE regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union   -
......  are held on'Wednesday* evening ~.of each
Jwoekjiat 7 o'clock, In the Miners' Union hall cornor • Vlotoria. and „ Kootonay streets.. Charles a j
:ClaytonMPresidenti   John MeLeod, Secretary. *• -r
BARBERS' UNION.-Nelson >Unlon, No. 196, of } "
the International Journeymen BarlterB On- ' **
"Ion of America, meets every flrst and third Mon-t
:day of each month in Miner's Union Hall, corner,
of Viotoria and Kootenay streets.
sharp. ^Visiting  brothers, cordiail*
fattend.   R. McMahon, president: J         __
*8on. secretary-treasurer, J. C. Gardnor, recording
isecretary. -    JT        '*"  ,   r!TJ ~-    ^ --, -**Si
at 8 JO p.m
Jly invited. U
: J/H." Mathe
'■*-*- toctiveUnion, No.8121, A. F.of L.,meeta3ui
■Nelson Laborers'. Pro a***? ,^V A|-|
i -.- ia»ui.o -aaauaa,  «_. ox21, A. F. Of L.,J meeta3 ID      ' - -*-   7't*r*J_
aMiners'rUnionv hall, C.\"P. R. block, 'Corner=rof-^-    *s   • \,<%
■A.*1 .T. Curie, Presidont.
cording secretary,
John* Roberts,
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NELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The<regular»\* "*-
meeting of the  Painters' Union,Is held? - '',~
the first and chird Fridays In each month at Mln-    -   -
ers'; Union hall'at .-3b sharp.'J. H.'Mill ward, ,
President; Will J. Hatch. Secretary. ;       _'-  <y l
OOKS* AND WAITERS' UNION —Regular * ' "*    >
fa meetings on the second and-fourth Thursdays of each month, at 8 o'clock in Miners' Union   '- -
'hall.   Visting brethern cordially invited.    C. F.
Boll,   president; .-J.   P.' Forestall,   secretary    -   ,*
treasurer. .   ',,' '      ,  ■> . -
172. moots overy- Monday*'evening
Elliot blook, corner Baker and Stanley st'
4 o'clock. J. n Mnvn-, oreaident; \
Vice, secretary, P. O. Box CIO
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Tuesday to Saturday
FEBRUARY 12-16, 1901,
Under  the  AujBpices  of the   Kootenay Curling
For Senlon, Junior and  Ladies' Championships
of British Columbia
For Provincial Championships and for Mon and
Coasting Contests Carnival Masquerade
$3000 in Trophies and Prizes $3000
Rates of a Single Fare for the Round Trip on all
Railways.   Iror furttier particulars see posters
and progranas or addxesa      H. W. C. JACKSON
Secretary Carnival Committee, Rossland, B. C.
To Gro. H. Lammers, J. R. Chanson, or io
any person 01- persons to whom he may havo
tiansferrcd his interest in the HarvoyJoy
mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelsou
Mining Division.
You are hereby notified that I have expended
Ono 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 fall
or rcfuHO to contribute your proportion of such
oxpondlturo, togothor with all costs of advertising, your interest ln said claim will become the
property of tho subscriber, under section four of
an Act entitled "An Act to Amend tho Mineral
Act. 1900."   ;      -      *.;-'■■ ..'.'SILAS H. CROSS.
Dated this" 12th day of Docoinlwr, 1900.
Notice Is hereby given, tliat thirty days after
date I intend to apply to tho chief commissioner
of lands and works for permission to purchase
tho following doscribod lands about two miles
west of tho City of Nelson: Commencing ut a
post marked \V. J, Bouven's S. E. Cornor Post.
planted at S. W. cornor post of H. Selous' purchased Lot(J05, Group 1, on the high water line
on tho west bank of Kootenay river, theoco north
20 chains, tbenco west 20 chains, thencesouth 20
chains, more or less .to the high water line on
north bank pf Kootonay river, thence following
the moanderlng 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. BEAVEN.
Dated at Nelson, this 21th dayof Decomber, 1900.'
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' Notice Is horoby given, that within sixty days
after the date of this notice, I intend to apply to
the assistant commissioner of lands and works,
at Nelson, for a lease of tho following described
land, for the purposo of opening up and working
stone quarries, situate about two miles ln an
easterly direction from the.City of- Kaslo, West.
Kootenay District:'-'
Commencing at a post planted on tho lake shore
marked "J."A.Kiiauf'sN.-':W.' corner," running,
thence east twenty chains; thence south twenty-
chains; thenco west twenty chains, more or loss
to the lake shore; thence north along the lake shore
to the point of commencement; and containing
forty acres more or loss. J. A. KNAUF.
' Dated December 19th, 1900.
Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate in vocal and instrumental music. Is now prepared to receive
pupils for instruction in voice oulture, Italian
method, also piano and organ.
For terms and furthor particulars apply room
5, A: Macdonald building, oorner Josephine and
Vernon streeta,
CHARLES PARKER-Mlning and milling engineer, Torner-Booekh Blook, Baker street.
NELSON LODGE, NO. 28, A. K. 4; A. M
Meets seoond Wednesday ln eaoh month.
Sojourning brethren lnvibed.
25, Knights of Pythias; meets in LO. O. F.
Hall, oorner Baker and Kootonay streets, every
Tuesday evening ab 8 o'clock. Visiting Knlghta
cordially Invited to attend. F. J. Bradley, C. C;
J. A. Paquette, K.Of R.&S.
KOOTENAY   TENT  NO.  7,   K. O. T. M.-
Hold their regular meetings on the first and
third Thursdays of each month.   Visiting Sir
Knights are cordially invited to attend.   G. A.
Brown, R. K ; A. W. Purdy, Com., R. J. Steel.
-D. S.-C— ■■--■ =-J— —
NELSON L. O. Lu, No. 1692. meets in L O. O. F.
Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay streets,
of        " " "■■   "
1st and Srd Friday
brethern oordlally Invited.
eaoh nmnth.   v_ttu
  i.   W. W. Bradloy, W
M , A. Mlnty. Rocording-Secrotary.
- Tho undersigned lias been authorized by
resolution of tho city council to ask for applications for tho position of chief of the Klro Department of the City of Nelson. Applicants will
state age, nativity, cxporionco und where,
whether married or single, and gho recommendations from chlof of department -where
now omplojed and from underwriters. Mark
applications: -"App'lcutlon for Chief of Fire Department," aud address
J. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk, Nolson. 1). C.
Dated January 2nd, 1901,
Notice of
to Transfer a
■ Notice is horeby given that I Intend to apply
at tho noxt sitting of ihe Board of Llcenso Commissioners of the City of Nelson for permission to
transfer my retail liquor license, for the promises
situate on tho cast half of Lot 4, Block 2, in tho
City of Nelson, aud known as tho Grand Hotol,
to Gustavus Nolson. JOHN BLOMRERG.
Dated at Nolson, B. C, this 3rd daj of January,
Witness: Thomas Sv.mks.
Notice of
Application to
Transfer a
•- Notice is horeby given that I Intend to apply at)
thu noxt sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners of the Citj of Nolson for permission
to transfer my retail liquor licon-e for tho premises situate on tho wost half of Lot 1, Block 2, in <
tho Citj of Nolson, and known as tlio Gluo Pot
saloon, to Thomas Sproatt.      GUS. NELSON.
' Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 3rd du> of January,
i Witness: John Blomhfro.
Rossland, B, C, November 9th, 1*900.
To F. B. Salisbury :
Notieo is horeby given that I, William Griffiths,
intend to claim the intorosts in the following
named mineral claims formerly held by F. tt
Salisbury, on which ho has neglected to pay his
share of tho oxpensoB of the annual assessment)
work.   To wit-
.. A ono half (1) intorest in tho "Bunkor Hill"
mineral claim.
> A ono half (j) interest In tho "Sullivan" mineral
: A one half (J) Interestin tho "Fidelity" minora,
' All the adjoining claims, Ituated on tho west)
.fork of the north fork of Salmon river, ln tho
Nelson Mining Division,
■ Tbla action Is taken under Section 11 of Chap-
: ter.'4S, of tho statutes of 1899 and amendments ot
,. (Agent for William Griffith-, THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. 0.. TUESDAY   FEBRUARY 5 1901
Assayers Supplies
We carry in stock a full line of Assayers' and Chemists'
Supplies. The quality of our goods cannot be excelled
and our prices are  reasonable.-    -=-*====.*=— -==
We are British Columbia Agents for——_«-_-
■ i
the Nelson Clothing House
Great Slaughter Sale
Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of
the Dominion Parliament, 63 and 64 Victoria, Chapter
103 and Chapter 104, the name of
will be changed to
foe IRo^al 3Bank ot Canafca
from and after
the Second day of January, 1901.
Halifax, 1st November, 1000.
General Manager,
• t
In order to make room /or Spring Goods, 1 have doclded to sellfor tlio next thirty days all
offered in the Kootenays. My stock is all new and up-to-date and the sale is genuine, ao now avail
•jouraelf nf the best opportunity to got good goods at less than wholosale prices. Remember this is
■for only 30 days. __«^___«^____«__-_-_-_i
J.  A.   aiL,KER,   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,
of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase
, ;of tv/o packages of Cream of ,\A[heat, the" Breakfast Dainty.,.
>■""'-.!_    *«-
' Houston Block.
Telephone 161.-
~P. O. Box 176."
■ i     < 7
y   Front''Doors
Inside Doors
7 ■   .; Screen Doors ,
? Windows
y Inside Finish     y'
,   looal and ooastw*. *'
- y   v. Flooring      "'..
■ local and coast.      ,  T •"
Newel Posts
,   Stair Rail    ,
/  Shingles
Bough and
Dressed Lumber
of all kinds.
J, A. Sayward
Porto Rico Lumber Co.
Rough and
A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in
We carry a complete stock of
Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.
Special order work will receive
prompt attention.
Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.
Removal Sale
Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES
Desirable -Business and Residence Lots
In (Bogustown) Falrvlew Addition.
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Office on Baker Street, west of Stanley Street
r    ,       .■■>     .     NELSON.
, General Broker
Money to loan at 8% or on the installment plan.
For Bale
J For sale a 7-room houso. Bath, sewer connection, and in flrst-class location. Can be bought
at lens than cost If taken by oth ot February.
Price and tetins ou application.
The Haywood place.   Price and terms on application.
Several other good buys are on my list.
3 fifty foot lots onRobson streot |800_00_
2 twonty-flve foot lots, Observatory St  COO 00
For Rent.
,7 Room House, Carbonate Streot $30.00
G Room House, Mill Street  25.00
A Ground-Floor Office   2fi.0O
The Hay ward placo.
Seo uiy list of Real Estate.
Amir a. u IjUnnox. 8-Uetkw. Nai«_o b. o
Corporal W. G. Dickson of this
city was' among those who registered at the adjutant general's office in London last week.
The "passenger train of the Spokane Falls & Northern, due to arrive in Nelson at 7 p. ua. yesterday1
did not get in until'an early hour
this morning.
, The two lots on 'the corner of
Observatory and Cedar streets have
been purchased by George L, S. McLaren from William Ragless. The
deal was put through by Messrs. H.
& M. Bird, real estate agents.
Charles Schuster, who has for
some time past been engaged with
J. P. Weir, has left for his home at
Belleville, Ontario. It is said that
his mother is at death's door. He
expects to return about March 1st.
The appointment of alderman
Selous and H. R. Cameron as members of the board of police commissioners for the city of Nelson, and-
of alderman J. A. Irving and Jacob
Dover as members of ' the board
of-license commissioners, appears
in" thes last issue bf the official gazette.- , ' '   ; -
The Nelson Bar Association -held
its annual meeting last evening and
the following" officers were elected:
.President,-W. A:' Macdonald; treasurer, J: Elliot; secretary, E." A."
Crease. ' They passed a resolution
in favor of having a new courthouse erected. Other minor matters were "discussed.".
The Nelson Operatic Society will
give a grand-ball at the opera house
on Thursday e*fei]ing/February";l_.,.
The house will be beautifully 'decorated for the occasion and special
music will'be furnished-by Wara-
bbld's orchestra consisting of eight
pieces. The ladies are 'making* arrangements to serve an' elaborate
supper. *-
The Mayor Presided.
Mayor Fletcher presided at .the
police court "yesterday morning, as
magistrate Crease is confined to his
house with la grippe. There were
only two-cases'to dispose of. H.
Leicester was charged with violating the health by-law by having a
cesspool ott his lot at the corner of
Cedar and Latimer streets. The
case was remanded for seven days.
A drunk was fined $2.25 and costs.
Supply Practically Inexhaustible.
Information concerning probably
one of the largest.coal and coke industries of the Dominion of Canada
was made public yesterday.   T. G.
Procter, R. E. Fishburn of this city
and V. Hyde Baker of Cranbrook a
short time ago purchased 0000 acres
of coal lands situated at Blairmore,
Alberta/ which is about 50 miles
east of Fernie.    Since the land''was
purchased men have been engaged
iu developing the property and the
•result of' the work is proving most
satisfactory. \ Although this enterprise is yet young, it will probably
develop into one of the greatest of
its kind in*' the world.' At present
the entire western country is being'
supplied .with fuel from the Crow's
Nest Pass .Coal Company, and so'
great is the   demand   that a coal
famine is threatened. The new coal
fields will be opened up at once and
nothing.will be allowed tointerfere
with the success .of the enterprise.
The transportation facilities of that
section are' excellent, as the C. P. R:
passes'-directly through- the  "coal-
grounds. :The Great Northern will
.in a few days commence operations
iri  building a'line - into .the. coal
fields..' There are-two routes uuder
„con9iderationyone is to the.Crow's
Nest collieries and; the other- is to
Blairmore.- To construct a line to.'
the latter place will incur -far- less
expense and. iti is1 quite probable
that is where the line -will be run.
The coal is said to, be, of • a higher
-grade, than*'that'..obtained, in any.
other part of the. province and Ythe
demand for it "is ,already, growing.
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SZ.   _B _i_ J__iZR,S   <fe   GO.
Sole Agents for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters
TELEPHONE 87 stow. Corner Baker and Josephine Stieot
We are removing to our new
premises, but can fill al! orders
entrusted to us during the next
ten days.
Baker Street, Nelson.
KETA1L ....
Sole Agents for
Branches at Rossland and -Greenwood.
See our special assortment of Cigars
and Pipes.
Cigar and Cigarette Holders
and Cases.
Tobacco Pouches of all kinds,
and Smokers Requisites.
All the best brands ot Imported
and Domestic Cigars.
BGB and Loewe Pipes.
Easily Found.
The mystery concerning tbe disappearance of James Thomas Downey, mentioned in The Tribune
yesterday, turns out to be simply a
case of neglect on his part to write
to his parents. Murdock MeLeod is
authority for the statement that
the missing man was in Kelson on
December Oth last and is now working in one of the camps a short distance from Nelson. Downey is well
known to several resident's of Nelson, who .were somewhat surprised
to read of his disappearance yesterday. However, his parents are
anxious to hear from him.
Canada Drug & Book Co.
1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.
Boarding: and
open January 15th
and prospectus apply to
Day Sohool for Girls.
Terms moderate.
Will re-
For term j
With the Curlers.
Three games of curling were
played at the rink yesterday. Although the ice was in excellent condition many poor plays were made
and there was' both high and low
scoring.' In the afternoon the game
of O. Newling vs. Jq.cob Dover resulted in favor of the latter by
"| nearly 20 points. The line-up and
result of the evening games was as
F. C.Green L. Gobey
A. Jew's A. V. Mason
J. F. Thompson Dr. Hall
G. McLaughlin, skip, 10 A. Grant, skip 10
O. Newling J. Laurenson
D. 8. Stanley J. A. Dewar
F. Starkey R. H. Williams
W. Mackenkie, skip, 10 G. C. Hodge, skip,     7
The rink with A. Walley as skip
has challenged Rae's rink to a
game on the terms that the losers
donate a box of oranges to the
general hospital Rae has not accepted the challenge, but the rink
known as the Twentieth Century
Colts has. The line-up of the rinks
is as follows:
C. D. J. Chrlstlo
J. A. Kirkpatrick
Dr. HaU
A, Walley. skip
R. Sherwood
V. Mason
J. Banyan
S. G. Campbell, akip
Coal from that district \is now be
ing used in Nelson - and' is said to
give the best ofi- satisfaction. For
railroad purposes • its quality- cannot be excelled'-- anywhere - in the
west. From present indications'
Blairmore will be the Pittsburg of
Canada- -r  -
On the property seams have been
traced for a distance of over six
miles by trenches, and open cuts.
At present a staff ofY about fifteen
men are drifting, on' the seams in
three different places. The quantity
of coal is simply enormous so far as
shown. There are two seams,- each
17 feet wide, three seams from four
to six feet in width and another
over-30 feet wide.——There-are-also-
other seams on the property, which
have not been definitely shown.
Experts in connection with this industry and who have visited , the
property have pronounced the coke
to be of an exceptionally good
The analyses of the fuel deposit
show the coal to consist of 00 3-10
per cent carbon, 24.2 per cent
valatile matter, 0 per cent ash and
only a slight trace of sulphur. The
coke has fixed carbon to the amount
of 03.5 per cent, .while the ash it
contains amounts to only 0.5 per
The opening up of the new coal
fields will be of great interest not
only to the business" men of this
community,,but, especially to the
mining and smelting companies of
eastern British Columbia. There
will be no want for a coal supply.
If iron ore deposits are found and
developed, the manufacturing of
iron will undoubtedly be opened up
to the great ^adyantage^ of the
country. Hitherto' iron has been
discovered,' but tbe industry has
never been successful.
Other individual'companies are
operating in the Blairmore country,
and now that competition has been
started the price ,of fuel will undoubtedly be lowered.
Mr. Fishburn said last evening
that the owners would lose no time
in developing the property. Of
course no extensive work can be
done until spring, as the coal fields
are deeply covered with snow. It is
expected that during this year over
$500,000 will be .expended on the
property to aid in making the fields
a large producer. Messrs. Procter
and Fishburn leave this morning
for the coal fields to inspect the
work that is now being done. -.
Charles Plowman of Kaslo and L.
Godbolt of Toronto are at the Hume.
A. R. Barrow, a raining engineer
of this city, leaves this morning for Condon, England, on a pleasure trip.
Attorney C. W. McAnn and Sam
Newswander of Kas'6 are ln the city ln connection with supreme court business.
John Gunn of Robson, M. J. C.
Andrews of Vancouver and J. C. Johnston and
Arthur Sullivan of Fall River are reglsteied at
the Phair.
W.   H.   D'Arcy    of    Winnipeg,
claims agent of the C. P. It., arrived in the city
yesterday. Ho will be a witness in the Fawcett
and C. P. B. case.
Constable James Wilson of Creston, who brought two prisoners to the provincial
jail from Kitchener, is registered at the Quoen's.
He will return home today.
J. H. Cambie of, Vancouver, chief
engineer of the Pacific'division of theC. P. R.,
accompanied by his two daughters, Miss B. and
Miss Ida Cambie, arrived in the oity last evening.  They are at the Phair.
Cellar to Rent—Apply The Royal
Bank of Canada.
Cash paid .for scrap iror. brass
and copper.   Nelson Iron Works.
Good smart boy. wanted, about
15 years old.  Apply W. b". Teetzel 8c Co.
To lot—Furnished rooms in Carney block.  Reasonable rates.
Hack- calls left at  the   Pacific
Transfer barn on Vernon street. Telephone
call 3S.
Wanted — To rent four or five.
roomed cot! age. State terms. H., Tribune
office. ...
For Rent.—Two'fine offices' centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank
of Montreal. _ " „
, Two large, well-furnished rooms
to lee 1 and 5 Macdonald block,'corner Josephine and Vernon.  - '      --•'■,; ,,
Two typewriters', for sale, good
condition, Remington 'and Dunsmore. Apply at
the Old Curiosity Shop.     *,..,
Rooms and breakfast   if desired
at 334 Josephine street,' four doors 'abovo Silica
street.   Mrs. Blanoy, - -
.  Wanted.--Five or six, room house
in good rc-irtence*part of town.' Address* H. J.
Moore, box 108, Nelson, B. C."  ** '   '
i 'Wanted—Board-and'lodging in
private family 'or boy attending*' school. - State
terms to Fred A-die, Wafaeta. B; 0.     y.   ,'
For    Sale    Cheap—New  "cabin
handy to smelter.. Apply to George F. Motion,
at Nolson Wine Company's store.-
A lad who has served some time
at' the (tinting-, trado''can find, a steady situation on applying to "News," Tribune office.
. "New.lot' just Tn."—For   fresh
candies, fruits; nuts, etc., call at the Bon Ton
Confeotioucry, Baker street, Miss A. L. Klink-
witz. <_ , '    ,- **   - **,
Wanted.—Free milling gold properties in British Columbia. Andrew F.' Rosen-
borger, Nelson, B. C. Phone No. 104, K.-W.-C
block.    ,
,   Complete life of. queen Victoria.
Best book. Best terms. Outfitmalled on receipt
of 15 cents. Address S. C, Miller & Co ,' Portland,
Oregon. . •       ;
- Eight-roomed house, partly furnished, to rent in the Hume Addition, either to
one or fwo families. Apply Mrs. Hartwig, Hume
Addition.     " - _   a '
Prospectors    having    promising
mineral claims are requested to call at The Prospector's Kxchange, Nelson, B. C.,- room No. 4,
K.-W.-C. blook. '^Plione No. 104.
ncss and real estate, known as the: Royal hotol,
corner of Stanley and 8iltca stroet. - Apply to
Johns 8c MeLeod, Royal hotel. Nelson.
To Let—JHouse on corner of Victoria and Cedar streets. Six rooms, bathroom
and modern conveniences. Rent $25. Apply to
A. E. Coxhead, next door on Cedar street.
Miss Von Der Werth—Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Gives advice
on commercial business and mining; reunites
unhappy lovers and broken-up families. Room
1, over Thomson Stationery Company.
For Sale—120 acres of first-class
agricultural and garden land, 12 miles from Nelson ou Kootenay lake.   Will sell in 10. 20 or
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 iri
all you cook, and attractive
daintiness when it is served
on your table.
The Leading Grocers.
Telephone IO
K-W-C Baker Street
Mo. 4, K. W. C. Block,
Oold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at tbe Bxohango.'
Free-Ullllng Gold Properties wanted at.onca for Hastern Investors.'
Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send samples of their ore to the
Exchange for exhibition. We desire to hear from all prospectors who have promising mineral
claims in British Columbia.      -•.-.- - j , ~,      ■
Prospectors and mining men aro requested to make the Exchange their headquarters when
in Nelson. - --.,,-
All samples should be sent by express, Prepaid.  Correspondence solicited.
Addiess all communications to_    - -     '* .
Telephone 104    " "
P. O. Box 700
i, B. C.
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Two Souls
With but a single thought,
To give best values ever bought
' All shoes may look alike to some
people. Take our $4.00 and $5.00
shoes for instance. They-are not
just like other shoes. They have
got that swell, distinctive eom-
rortable look about them.
Neelands Shoe G07
    lake.     _     _
acre tracts. Price and terms reasonable,
or address A. F. Rosenberger, room 4,
Biock, Nelson. *
Consult W. J. Harvey, F. O. M. O.
I.. Professor nf Opthalmology, Do3tor of Optics
and Scientific Optician, about thoso headaches.
Sulns in the eyes, eyes crossed or diverged, visual
ofects on the lltting of spectacles that are absolutely correct, at McLean's drug store until February (lib.  Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to S.
Mr. Frank Harman, of the firm of.
Hai man Brothers, Kamloopn. in his lotter to Prof.
W. J. Harvey, F.O M.C I., of Toronto, makes the
following statement: ' Before applying to you
for treatment my eyes -were giving me so much
trouble and causing me so much pain that I had
quite decided to giro up my business as blacksmith, as tho glosvtif-Ote forge nnd bending under
horses was so hard on tttem. I had consulted the
best eye doctors otrthe FaciflcCoast north of San
Francisco, and they could give me no help, but I
am pleased to say that by the aid of the spectacles
you prescribed for me I am able to work all day
at the llro and the finest work -without incurring
the least inconvenience and am entirely free from
the head and eye aches-and- general defects of
sight from which I formerly suffered. I have been
wearing your glaSses for nearly three years and
cannot express the thanks I feel.
James Thomas Downey, a native of Saanich,
Vancouver Island, B. C., -aged 33 years, height
5 feet U Inches, weight 170 pounds, dark - hair.
When last heard ot was at Nelson. B. C. Any
Information concerning him will bo thankfully
receh sd by his father or at Tribune office.
North Saanich P. O., Vancouver Island, B. C.
All cooks and waiters in the city who wish to
become charter members of Nelson Cooks and
Waiters' Union are requested to meet at the
Miners' Union hall ln the C. P. 11. building, corner of Baker and Stanley streets, at 8 o'clock p.
m. i-harp >hU(!uesday) ovening. The charter
has orrived from the headquarters of the Western Labor Union, and Mr. Jamea Wilks will ftot
as organizer. 'A full attendance Is urgently requested. '
A special in vita tion is extended to tha
C. F. BKIaL, President.
ORJtSeTEIaL, Secretary pro tern.        j Jp_,
Mansfield Manufacturing Go.
nelson, b. c.
Builders and
Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick to
Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance
of the patronage which you have "heretofore extended them. My
aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest
possible prices. Being In a position to manufacture goods in larger
quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a
lower figure.
It Is our Intention to Install machinery to manufacture our
marble products, and next season we shall be ln a position to supply
these produets at reasonable rates.
We shall also keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,
Tiles and Cement.
Our Bricks and Lime Bock have taken the First Prizes at the
Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year. We also
secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building
are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and
for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.
Successors to -
The West. Kootenay Brick <£ Lime Co., Ltd


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