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Array 'a - "i- '-"' ���*-*--"���"��� j 'f^'-aiSii  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  . y\f  NINTH YEAR  ..NELSON:  SATURDAY MORNING FEBRUARY 9 1901  PRICE FIVE COENTS  CRAWFORD BAY  REFINERY  PROSPECT  OF ONE BEING BUILT  IN THE NEAR FUTURE.  Activity on the Silver Hill Group-  Turning Out Concentrates at the  Highland at Ainsworth.  It is rumored and in fact the information comes from a reliable  source that a'lead refinery ia to be  built at Crawford Bay during the  coming season.- -The parties who  are interested in this latest scheme  of the mining industry of British"  Columbia are now in the east and  it is said that they are discussing  the proposition with prominent  eastern .capitalists. Taking into  consideration the fact that a smelter  is to be erected there and the late  difficulties that has arisen between  the United States refining com  panies and the companies control  ing .the silver-lead producing miu$��  of this country a^ considerable  amount of color is given to the  rumor. *���  Since the American companies  have refused to make any further  contract .with   the   companies   of  . this country the result has been to  a certain* degree a serious one for'  the mining industry here.    In some  cases mines have had-to be closed  down entirely,'and in many.- other  cases the ^working force*1 hadJ"to be"  greatly reduced, 'as/the' home smelters   would-only accept   a Ismail/  quantity, of the ore that contains a'  'large   percentage * of--lead. "  "The-  rates of .treatment of this 'quality,  of-ore havejbeen^ advanced by the  smelter companies,Yiind this greatly  " reduces "the --profits T of ;the/irunirig  companies,���' and ��� * now    many   of-  "theinlV ave'-hardly able' toyobtain;  from'their ores the operating expenses, y. - , '������ * ~���, -  " Crawford Bay'is probably��� one of  the most suitable locations in all of  the eastern portion of the 'province  for "such on-institution.'. Of late a  lime stone quarry containing an in-  exhaustable quantity' of that material has' been located near the bay.  It is said that the stone is superior  for fluxing purposes to any that has  yet been discovered in British Columbia. The-wateY power is excellent and there is nothing.lacking to  make the 'place . a most desirable  one. It is also a central point of a  vast mining region The properties of the London Consolidated, X  Bay, .Commonwealth and other  companies are situated within a  short distance. Tlie showings that  these   mines   have .already   made  A Farewell Reception.  Miss Ida Johnston, who has been  in the city for the past year and  who is leaving for her home in  Manitoba in a few days,- was tendered a farewell reception at the  opera house last evening. The  event took the form of a ball given  by her friends and members of the  Terpsichorean Club, of which she  waa one of the leading ^members.  Nearly 150 invited guests* were  present and a pleasant .time was  spent. Nothing had been left undone by the committee on arrangements and the* affair -proved  a success. Miss Johnston was presented'with a handsome gold watch  chain, which was- accompanied. by  ah appropriate address containing  words of regret at the losing of a  close friend. The- chain was presented, by Mrs. H. Stevens and the  address was read by T. J. McCam-  mou,* - after" which Miss Johnston  made a short reply in touching  words. The music was furnished  by Milward's "orchestra, consisting  ,of four pieces,' and the hall was  beautifully decorated. ��� The" committee consisted of 'Mrs. Sharpe,  Mrs. H. Stevens, Miss McMillan, Miss  Maltby, 0_ G. Simpson, W. O.  i-isStaXens, T. J. McCammon, *D. Ruth-  Nicholl and Miss Kate  10RD ROBERTS' TELEGRAMS  AN   OFFICIAL HISTORY   OF THE  BOER WAR.  Buller Ib Criticized, But Hundreds of  Officers and Others Are Favor- '  ably Mentioned. ~  would guarantee the erection of a  refinery. The large St. Marys district, which has many -silver-lead  producing properties, is reached by  a good trail which leads from Crawford Bay. The ores of the Slocan,  where the present trouble ia probably felt more than any other  place, could be shipped at a comparatively small cost.  Activity on the Silver Hill.  During the past week development on the Silver Hill group on  Crawford Bay, oporated by the  London Consolidated Mining Com- >  pany, has been carried on with considerable activity. The working  force has been increased and a  larger amount of ore than usual  has been taken out. During the  week over 200 tons have been delivered at the landing at the bay  by McVeigh Brothers. The company has a contract by which they  are required to ship at least 3000,  tons during the winter months, and!  this probably accounts for the present activity. The steamer Kokanee  will go to the bay tomorrow and  bring down ahout 175 tons of the  ore. It is said that the company  intends making large shipments  from now on.   Shipping Concentrates.  The concentrator at the Highland  mine at Ainsworth has been steadily operating since it was completed, and is producing a large  amount of concentrates. A barge  will be sent to the property today  or tomorrow to bring to the smelter the large product that has been  turned out this week. Every department of the work at the property is progressing most satisfactorily. No new strikes have been  made, but the ore bodies prove as  rich, aa ever.  War."  .   Rev. R. B.-Blyth, who. has been  doing active service at the   front  for the past year in .South Africa,  arrived in Nelson-this "evening ,and  "will be the guest of" Rev. William  .Munroe for-~a' few'"days.   Messers.  Blyth and Munroe were classmates-,  while x taking , "their * - ministerial;  course" at- the Congregational college at Montreal/' Mr. Blyth is now,  on his way to - Victoria,' where* he  /will assume the ; pastorate ���'of   tlie  First Congregational church of that  j?lace.r *   He "^ was-,' ordained / at-  'Montreal last"week.    On-his "way  .west he delivered^ his famous" lee-;  ���ture, "The Boer. W-^r,", at several  places along the line: He is a young,  clever man and has gained,a 'reputation as a convincing and "eloquent  lecturer. _During��his r_tay~.at._the  - frontTlie'had many thrilling~experi-"  ences which-he relates in a splendid  manner. . He "enlisted' in Montreal  with E Battery known as the R:- C.  P.   A.     These-'Jetters   mean   the  "Rebel   Chasers    from    America."  He will deliver his - lecture "at" the  Congregational ' 'church"-" Monday,  evening. -'--���"      -  LAUNCH OF THE VALHALLA  'London, February 8.���Lord-Roberts' detailed mail dispatches ranging from February 6th to "November 15th, 1900, were ^gazetted' this  afternoon. They fill 157 quarter  pages and make up the official history of the war, although without  throwing, new light upon* several  interesting disputed _ subjects^ such  as the Sannas post affair.  Hundreds of officers, non-com-  missioned- officers .and men, are  favorably mentioned, including lord  Kitchener, who is referred to in  .warm terms. Sir Redvers Buller  comes in for criticism. The first  "dispatch undertakes to "give a;con-  cise account of the "state of affairs  of the country in South Africa on.  my arrival, January 10th." _It describes the forces'as much scattered..  He says: "I decided" to leave general- Buller " with; a 'free hand Jn  Natal, but otherwise tb' remain on  the defensive untiK reinforcements  arrived, -and" until, the transport^  ���had been organized."- He found no;  transport'"^ corps existing. 13$*?.  colonial forces had not ;been. sufn-!  ciently vised. Cape-."Colony was  -restless. - ��� , ; -y ."-<���"  ' /Writing from JacpbVdale," February^ 6, lord Roberts says:-"General^  Buller, February 6, wired "that_ he  had pierced the, enemy's lines, but  that" to'crbss the Ladysmith^plain  would cost from" 20,000'to"'30^000  men.-s I,wired that he must relieve  Ladysmith," even at that cost.l Bui-"  ler telegraphed,:February 9 that he  was'not^stfori'g^.ehough -to"*-relieve��  Tug Will Soon* Be Commissioned.  _ The launching of the new"tug of  the lqcalC. P.-R. fleet, which has  been under construction at the shipyards for the past few months and  which is now completed and furnished, will take.palce at 2 o'clock  this afternoon J. M._Bulger,_who.  has been foreman over the work of  construction, will act as launcher  and'captain Gore will conduct the  ceremonies, which will be the same  as are usually held on such occasions.'. The boat is now resting on  the ways, held there by wedges and  ropes.. The wedges will flrst be  knocked out. Two men will stand  with broad-axes and when captain  Gore gives the signal the ropes will  be cut and a few - minutes later  the new tug will float for the first  time on the peaceful waters of  Kootenay lake. While she is still  struggling to gain her equilibrium  it will be christened the "Valhalla,"  the name by which it will be known  in the future. Arrangements are  being made for one of the wives of  the local officers to conduct this  part of.the ceremonies. It is probable that a bottle of champagne,  will be broken over its bow. The  public -are invited to attend these  ceremonies, which is an unusual  event in the history of Nelson. The  local management of the C. P. R.  are proud of this new addition to  its fleet, which it is said will be the  fastest and strongest tug east of  the coast and west of the great  lakes. This evening Mr. Bulger  leaves for the coast, where he will  launch the steamer Dawson, which  was built over two years ago and  was never moved from the  ways. The boat was built to take  the run from Vancouver to Stikeen  river.           Mining Records.  The following mining transactions were recorded yesterday:  Transfers���From H. E. Croasdaile  to G. W. B. Heathcote, entire interest in Safeguard and Canadian Bell  No. 2 on Keno creek, for a nominal  consideration. Certificates of work���  On Westward Ho. to F. G. Hamblin.  Ladysmith without1 reinforcements,  and regarded the operation in which  he was ..engaged as impracticable,  '-.'replied that my instructions must  hold." " In the .course of a sketch  of the capture of 'general Cronje,  .the occupation of Bloemfontein and  the long wait there, he wrote: "The  enemy'knew exactly how we were  situated and had accurate information as to the condition of our supplies, transports, artillery and cavalry horses, and ' they regained  courage." " " ������'-*.''  . The .marches to , Johannesburg  and Pretoria were uneventful as described by lord Roberts, his chief  concern being ' to -provision���,the  army.- "We were practically living  from hand to mouth," he wrote and  at times had not even"bne day's rations to the good;������ ���������^���  - He finds that no specific blame  can be attached to colonel Broad-  wood in the Sannas post" affair as  "the disaster was mainly due to the  failure of the patrol at Boesman  kopje to warn their comrades that  an ambush was prepared." The officer who was placed in command of  the patrol is not mentioned.  Writing from Johannesburg,  November 15th, he said: "With  the occupation of Kamatipoort and  the dispersal of Louis Botha's army  the organized resistance of the two  republics may be said to have  ceased, but there still remains much  tor the army in South Africa to do  to meet conditions of guerrilla warfare with forces broken up into  small columns and operating over  an area larger than France, Germany and Austria combined."  Incorporated with the dispatches  are reports from subordinate commanders, including the narrative of  general Baden-Powell, who says the  newspaper correspondents gave him  much trouble, "as the enemy received a great deal of information  as to our circumstances in Mafeking  from the newspapers."  Sir George White gives an  account of the siege of Ladysmith  and of the struggle of the population and the garrison against  starvation and enteric fever.  To Visit Australia.  Toronto, February 8.���The Globe  this morning publishes, a London  cable special saying that after all  Australia will not be disappointed.  Accompanied by the duchess, the*  duke of Cornwall and York will  leave England about the end of  March in time to reach Australia  early in May. Their royal highnesses  will make the voyage in the Ohelia,  which  will' be converted for the  occasion into a royal4 yacht, and  escorted by a couple of cruisers.,  The king is evidently determined  to'' walk in the footsteps of his  illustrious mother and to show the  people of the colonies that his mes-.  sage to them 'on ascending the  throne was written in all sincerity.  His majesty is aware how eminently  desirable it. is for the 'good of the  state that the heir;-to the throne  should become personally acquainted  with .the Australian people. The  royal decision not' tp-abandon the  voyage paves the way for imperial  federation.' It is rumored that the  duke and duchess of,-"Cornwall will  also visit Canada lincl the United  States. a ��� - ",-fe   <       '     y  '.   A Legislative Row. 7-  ~ Buda Pest, February 8.���In' the  lower house of "the, Diet today, a  member bf the Opposition, Endroy,  having charged thejpjnister of jus-,  tice with forcing ,the judicial authorities a"t Marbsn'-^Vasarhely .to  support the ministerial candidate,  in thet election,' ^the'-minister declared . Endroy's/statements false.  Thogrea^stm^  sittingYwas;8usgeniJ��d^|Oh; resump|j  ;ti0ii;foftjb^  ���!a&<!$_&���  itihetji^  ���flegtl^^  latft-eKdesii^Ct^^  wbiil'dlmilmgljfpbYfi^  ;sai|*d*;hej^ugi^  j|pm$^tisfa^ :W?  TO CONTINUE HIS POLICY  CHAMBERLAIN WILL NOT CHANGE  HIS COURSE.  Comment on Lord Roberts' DiBpatche.  ���Bubonic Plague at Capetown  ���Boers Rob a Train.  , London, February 9.���Public jat-  tention has -again been turned .to  South Africa by the dispatch.bf  reinforcements and the publication  of ..lord Roberts' mail dispatches-  Rumors* have been, circulated that  . j. ������      - i,       ���   _  Mr. Chamberlain had reconsidered  his South African policy and was  . .  ���. _ . -  contemplating a vi;ound-table, conference with" John Morley and sir  William Vernon"Harcourt 'and-the  recall- of   sir Alfred Milner. =.. Tlie,,  ~<-  ���*��� . _r 1 t   J i'-.��: ;--������-.���:-"_.*- ���   a"  '.-."^  negotiations will be   chiefly   conducted. t -  The British official opinion ia  likely that several months, will  elapBe before the matter reaches a  conclusion, by which time the Hay-  Pauncefote treaty will have lapsed.  On the basis of the Senate's amendments and the British Counter proposals _ no.w formulating j " it is  hoped an entirely new agreement  satisfactory^ .both' countries will  eventually be reached.-  YESTBRI^Y;8|^NBWS^li^BRIEF.  PROVINCE  AND   DOMINION  :.-r7v'^i'-7r7i-r^^  :'--�������� ^s'x-i-i-'-^' '*'? *-*- ^y;  PROPERTY  -%ii^te^lfe;;'i;i:  x7^x-7^xx7x"i^4ix7  WILL SOON.  ^���*i^mmmy  PRODUCER;  BE  A BIG  "-�����v:v  *^yy^sy.  ..., J^r.7^^.~���i.<;.i&;iA'  have just-made a trip of inspection  ;to Y tli*e"S _*>rbp*^  d**&|ltet;gey  the property Mr. Fishburn saiid. that  .itlw^ll&king^^  .*^e^h^^e*^*��wted . t-^seeat.yThtf  development work that has already  ^���e^iibnb'isiljgiving the:b&t;ofYr*er''  sull&^^c^^  l^Joseph|Li|tle of r-Biai*^orejiotun;i  M prbspectY;tunnel   af|^istan*ce!7at'  abbut^da f6?**^ ^ef'iunriel;; will;^  nearYthe center of ihe^prbpertya  will{;be run inYa directi-^Y to crbss-Y  cut'ail the;seams.'..wfienfthis work  isr completed   the   coir^hylYwill  knowYthe true value Of the coal and  "cokcMi^^  countered drifts willf'bo;run on  them.; This will open up Yah immense body of ,fuel y a��d5thO'Comf  pany will be ready toYship"large  quantities. ���     yy,        ,Y-'-^;  At present three tunnels, at vari-;  bus points, are being run aiid are in  80, 47" and 30 feet ^respectively.  Each is in a solid body ofYcpal, and  as yet ;no yvalls or roof have been  encountered.-i* This goes=;to = show  that the seams are of a good width.  The fuel .that is being removed  from the tunnels is placed on the  dump ready for shipment. .As considerable snow covers, the fields ho  shipments will be made until a  later' date. It is said- that the  quantity of coal taken out at the  present time is large enough to  allow the company tOLshipY*500:'.tpns  per^'day. y< .���".������-���'   . - '."������"  Messrs. Procter ahd ">; Fishburn  brought down with them several  samples Of fine looking coal. -  ��� As soon as the spring "opens a  large force of miners will be put to  work, and active development will  be carried on all summer. Extensive machinery, wilh be- pixt in and  everything will be done to; make  the property produce as ��� much as  possible.   __*;   A Petition to Arbitrate,  Brussels, February 8yIn the  chamber of deputies today a.petition inviting Belgium to offer to  arbitrate between GreatY Britain  and the Transvaal was debated at I  some length. The foreign minister,  M. B. Maverreau, said the govern-:,  ment did not object to the petition  being referred to a committee, but  they considered the authors of the  petition mistook the meaning of  article 27 of The Hague convention  under which it was desired to act..  Daily, Mail, however, says it .is able^  ���'tiikaSsOT^  Ytbori^ltba^^  fabricatibn,_and that .the gbverh-  I'men'tlTojbains^th^  i ���cpnfiden.OTiin'^  '4#Mr:feO^  says theDaily Mail, that hehas had  ?any||fcb_:Wun  ^Ksm^niwil*^  ��6jpposit^^  q'War.'^Ey-"^^  ^||IjOTd'fipbe^^  papers are not .regarded as  giving  fan3��_i^tieip^^  !d^tfbf?the��w^^  terestirig as proving- that:'thrbiigh-  oiit the campaign he never had^suf-.'  aficirat^en��|;^bi^  'coyer such a vast fieldof operations.;  flt^^KihglOTM  plo^dt|R^e0sf^y^^Kjra^  unique inannals. of war:', and/pays  tEeYW*gli^^ri^t^p^^g^  aiid|(^^|oflthe^  li-ha^noffineiS^  ffiempp^tlg^^  ?ilTti*ire?rg!'afgene'^^^^  warj^i^c^^^he^db^^lih  ���j'furttiei^iigiit;^  ^irem^tjc^g'ei^al^  Ibther-matters^re  Y^l��i:c^fai*-xibusy|ff|^  ; ^The^pearanc  .'���apiCa^:Tq^n'>;seems]UWe^  sto^t^jdifficultiMYpf  ��� The authorities have decided  upon  a ���wtiolesal^^te^iiiatior^  Shield:.the?disea*^'3spread��it^Ul'  necessi^tiis^l^mges in ithe ij militarj^  'arrangement^'Yi^yi^S'*^^  S ^oday* Ysir ^Alfred? MilnerY^akes;  ^another;earnest app^ t;q eniph^eraj  itb'aljto^aSYmanyr'menYast^  tb^nTOilSin^the^coibnial cmbunted;  defence force. Y^From Delagpa Bay:  it.;is reporteditliat the British have;  bccupip'dyErmd  whicb until recently 'were Boer de-  pbtsyThe^pers^held^up-sa^fNatal-  mail train near Vlakforitein/ v The  few soldiers on board exhausted  their cartridges and the Boers then'  robbed the passengers, afterwards  allowing the train to 'proceed.-:'  p Bm'^ifon-tein, \ February 2.���  (Saturday. )y An'.influential burgher  gives ' some details regarding the  treatment of the peace envoys who  went to general Dewet's laager. It  seems that they were ordered ��� to  haul a cart until the mules arrived  as the Boers were breaking their  laager in the expectation of a British attack in the morning. Commandant Froneman came up and  asked them why they had not in-  spanned. Norgendael replied that  they had been ordered.to wait for  mules, whereupon the Boer commandant immediately jamboked  Norgendael on the head and face  and said he felt inclined to shoot  liim. General Dewet coining up, at  that moment said, "Why don't you  shoot him?" At this Froneman  fired at the envoy, who died of the  wound. Mueller and another envoy were also jamboked.  Great Britain Will Not Comply. /  London, February 8.���Itis learned  by a representative of the Associated Press that a reply will be  shortly sent to the United States  on the Nicaragua canal-project. It  will not comply with the senate's  demands. Neither will it be in the  nature of a flat refusal, though for  /purposes of immediate construction  it will be tatamount to such a refusal. It will consist, mainly, in a  counter proposal or proposals likely  to necessitate extended negotiations. The nature of the proposal  is not yet ascertained. Lord Paun-  eefote will probably be the medium  through which the answer will be  sent and by whom the subsequent  1 Windsor; ^The encumbentstatue,  of the lat(^ueeh^ic^riaY:chiselled  30.years ago is being .prepared for  its* place on top of the sarcophagus  by^tlie"si^^f;-^e'j;pnncef<^  statue.  .^^7p7^;7p:i:777p7y'   -  LoNDONi\yiKii^^4wfdiY it is  semi-officially asserted;-desires it to  be knowh��thafeJttie^dukeb^Cb'r  and YorkY^ll?nbtYbe^createdjprince  of Walesf^tiilafterYWsY^Mt^tothe  colonies. xpxMi^MM^^^^&^M    , \  \ ToRONTO.yH.vD. Andrews,Y manager of the Cauada Land arid  :Gj>mpany^Crane|^  TemtoneSj^is|;hei^^nd^^  |buy^l()00^'e^lihj^^ finds  a-KJdifficiitt^o^qfci^fi^ -"  'i��0!w^ is  -^em|^b5cOTKr��Jmt^  /gpwBramp^^^^ning^tl^  ^^^^miniii^district^'He'is^nxious  ���j-fcqS*^  |wU*4|eat;"mnii^S(ffi nn-  ?l<^ed*fi^?-tEeIp��^ '  *l!'__OND01^  j|radei^^|^:i^(e^^l^ .  v*c)^racB^v^|^bn'4s^  |a^vpei^rat^Th^^  *March^thlll95ip8^ at  '^^^m^0ir^$.^50^7e Wat'  gbj^nsYI^brii^ -   ,''-'-  ^gAJ^o^i0A^^^^wright,  fedi^^pfStr^Sbu^<^ri^  |wSow^;^r*^t|p^^  Jwitlfe^nmihallaiid^  iwas.sformally^charged&nmviK.police  '}'':^^?;^--^.7..'i'K,:T*_'iriv-.->-l'-<P.?ft.-*sw**s;*v'*3��. ,j ;  fcourt*here;j'this'f:morning; and*. re-  ?Tm^aed^inf��2000ibMl|lilS^    ';  %7$M.7$7_,v77.777- 7"77_ 1P7'. t Z7P^77P7^  ��%ixM&&;t:i\_l^ .  gyO^B^^J^r*as^*^-_^^ 8.���  BYE ELECTIONS FOR VANCOUVER  AND   NANAIMO.  Invitation, for -Returned Soldiors to  . Form a  Guard  of Honor���  -������'*��� _  General Happenings.  f^reet^R^laya^^m*^^ a  itotal^de^metion^pf ^th^iiiteribr of  ^the-building^ cohtaihin^Y^cars^ rma:  ^cliiheryi<i etCiyThbg.loss'*:*;will> reach  |$10^00Qfbefbi^the Iflames can be  |subduedy'P-y.YfeycY;;YY:'''iY:;''';l?.'Yc.  |||1|PED| JNSUBtiENTS  yB:.*V' 1-; gy ? A^d^ot;J IritbY Trbuble.y  Y^^Niia^|Feb^a^Y.8ySince the  arrestYjbfY^e^pre^^^^C and  D.; M.;; Carman, a* former Califbrnian,  ^wlioY are ;charg*ed^ withY furnishing  supplies to;.'aid- tbie insurgents, evidence has been rapidly developing  '.'tending.to show that, not the Carman company.alone, but manybusi-  ness:men=in=Mahila=haye-=been%av-  ing relations with the insurgents.  The secret service officers today  brought from Pagsanjan three natives, members of the general Cail-  les insurgent committee in; that  district. The papers found on them  were so personally incriminating  that they were led to divulge damaging information ebneerning Carman and others not arrested.  ���Y-���One of; them acknowledged he  was Carman's partner in insurgent  trading. The police learned that  Fabella, an ex-president and ally of  Carman in his Laguna de Bay dealings, has $10,000 in insurgent  money deposited in the Spanish  Filipino bank at Manila. The offi-.  cers confiscated this money. Manager Balbaso, of the bank, who had  loaned Carman considerable money  without security, is under suspicion. .New batches of incriminating evidence were received by the  provost marshal today.  ' General Young, the commander  of Northwestern Luzon, is to return to the United States. General  Bell, the provost marshal \ of Manila, will succeed him.  -Want the Particulars.  Washington, February 8.���Senator Berry today introduced a ���resolution in the senate requesting  the president to inform the senate  whether the United States minister  to China joined the representatives  of the powers at Pekin in demanding the execution of prince Tuan  or other Chinese officials and if so  by whom was he authorized to join  in making such a demand.  New. York.���David Hunter Mc-  Alpine, , the, millionaire tobacco  manufacturer and philanthropist,  died today at his residence in this  city* "..'.'���  , Victoria, February 8.���Writs for^-  Vancouver"and, Nanaimo bye' elec-;  tions were issued Ttoday." * Nomina-/  tions will take place on Monday,; ,  February 18thi and .elections on the *_..  following clay. -'-   '' . \  P  . The government having been un^y ',  able to get the addresses ..of all re-/^- ^  turned South African volunteer.va, **'  general invitation has been, .issued^ --'.  through the press for them to join!, -  as a guard of honor at the s opening; > ,;  of the ,legislature. ��� Volunteers are*. T ���>  asked to communicate l with, thel"/  government by wire. ~. All expenses^''  will be paid/    '       " *" ^/-v'*  -' The Dominion government closed '  their case" before the supreme court*-1* .'  in.re.Deadman Island and ���counsel' Y ^  for Mr. Ludgate decided to' accept''; '_  the .decision as between the" twpy '^  governments and. offered^ no   evi-'. "V**^  dence'as to* his,claim.    -'.���?''   -'"!   'v  7-, .^.- j   "'-t ������. r ��� '-s ^���r. ���: t -t; ���" A ^  ,-   ri'-Will Send a' Lacrosse" Team.    ' " '\  Vancouver, February' 8.y[Spoc-*;  ial, to ���The" Tribune.]���A "largely* a  attended meeting was held tonight"-' "<��� '  to consider the question of .sending; 3;  a British Columbian' lacrosse team* -t-'  ���nt  Al  W  - ify'X  ' 4-X  7^%'!  J.,'Voi*<|  .>.m  7,--."-'-^i  "."5-^  *l  ysl  - _;y-^l  -~?''L_l  v*f<  >**S1  to" Australia.    A committee was apv  "ppihted to act iii ^coujunctibn '-.with'!*  ..a' committee similarly appointed-. in\  jVietSriajf Westminster, ^Nanaiinp,^^..^^^  *Nelsonand;Ros9land;tp wait/iippn,".y^^'M  .the^British/''Columbia7 Jegislatufe) -'f.\.v*^  (with a, request" that they^'supple-t,-  ment the^ Australian  guarantee bflY  $^000 toward the ^expenses of >theY       trip with anraddYtionar-$3000.^ H\^   '-^f  ('^���frtP,!  ^asTdecided ,tp^reali2e ith^;money.y.;;^^g|  Y-^i<!*il  :y  _. T c"*t*  "V * -?sv I  ���>S"h  ��� - - wl  isbtneihbwsand send the,team.ry,  >'-.:���> V.7^rh^-^V'7i  .        McPherson. Indorsed.,  VANCOuvERf- February 8.���[Spec=' ^  lial to The Tribuiie.]���Robert Mc^-:  'Pherson, labor candidate,'''-was in-1 \  dorsed by^the Opposition meeting-  this evening-led by Martin, as a. '  candidate toflll the-vacancy<in the,  provincial house- .for -Vancouver.  McPherson fully indorsed the Opposition platform. Martin said he expected a writ would be issued in  Victoria tomorrow for an,election  to be held a week from Tuesday. It  is rumored that J, A' H-iinooii ���-j;/.���,>  magistrate, may  At Russell, police'  run  Independent.,  A Moral "Crusade.'  Vancouver, February '8.���[Special to The Tribune.]���Rev. E. D.  _McLarenTis_pushing_a_moraLciiu-^.  sade. Last night in company with  detective McAllister and a reporter  he visited several gambling places  in Chinatown and saw the games  running for himself. In one place  the minister had a hand to hand  tussle wit)i the door keeper.  Montreal Items.  Montreal, February 8. ��� The  coroner's jury on the bones found  in the ruins of the Saxe building,  burned in the big fire on January  23, today returned 'a verdict that  the bones were those of a- human  being, but whether those of Peskin  or Rossn, two men missing, they  were unable to state. Death was  declared to be accidental.  Gordon Melville, a well kuown  restaurant proprietor is dead, aged  03.  Premier Roblin and attorney general Eberts leave for homo tomorrow via the C. P. R. express.  Clericals Clash.  London, February 8.���The king's  bench division of tho high court of  justice today found in favor of  Victor Michael Ruthven. described  as an ex-priest in a' libel suit  brought against Emil De Bom, a  Catholic priest for circulating a  leaflet averring that Ruthven's lec-  > tur.es were indecent. Forty shillings  damages were awarded. The court  found iii favor of DeBpm respecting the publication of Ruthven's  record copied from the Cleveland  Universe of March 15th, 1895. The  Rev. J. G. Paton/ a Presbyterian  missionary of New Hebrides, testi- -  fled that Ruthven's real name was  . Riordan and that he had given evidence against him in America,  where" he was sentenced to a year's  imprisonment for swindling in 1895  a man well-known in America. rfawMP^w"''-"-J  -A  .it  ._      *.  :*^  ty  X  2  *^~        *aj"*a       j  ��� '  - '-"  # . ,is  tii  *{j J&f_4Fi-' F0./ iT_4i? O-AT raZ. SIDEWALK jg  JK DURING THE PAST FEW DAYS? $  *$ _T FOCf #_4i) PT0i2iV A PAIR OF OUR $  t Rubber Soled Shoes .. ..$  tf F00" WOULD HA VE BEEN PERFECTLY tf;  S ^fT.    CONSIDER THESE PRICES:      ^  tt_ i_i  |g Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black   and Tan: Regular JJJ,  JJ? price $6.00, Snap at $4.50. . W  tf Men's   Rubber  Soled   Boots   in   Black and Tan: Regular tf  tf           price $6.50, Snap at $4.16. tf.  tf tf  tf Ladies' Rubber Soled   Shoes:   Regular price $5.60,  now tf  tf           $4.15. tf  to to  to Same  reductions   in   all   our  stock of Dry  Goods, Men's/fl'  /ft Furnishings, Boots and Shoes. /fV  to to  j/k ************************ m  I Twenty Four Silk Skirts $  to to'  j/jji Here is something for the Ladiesr- /fl  to to  f*\        Regular price $ 6.00 Bargain at $-'4.60        fif\  ffi Regular price $10.00. Bargain at $ 7.60 jj|i  to Regular price $12.00 ". Bargain at $ 9.00 (fl;  B Regular price $14.00 Bargain at $10.50 B  B Regular price $16.00 : Bargain at $12.00 B  B 3_  $ ALL  SHADES'; to  b s       *��� to^  w.,-  -, .   ************************ ��� W.  ? Hudson's Bay Co J  % ] V . ./.... , . .. .' .'V"-;Ty v\ -.   4?  THE TRIBUNE:  ��Jie Q&UtittfeV  ' The " promoters of ��� the'., Kaslo  smelter have", decided to ask the  ratepayers of that'city for a ^bonus'  oC $50,000 and for exemption from  taxation"for a given period.  The profits of the Northwest  Mining Syndicate through - the  floatation of the Bosun Mines and  ' the Condor Mines is stated "by the  syndicate at - ��28,114, represented  by shares-in the two mines.  If the council bf the Nelson board  of trade has not already filled the  agenda paper for the next meeting  of the board, it might with advan-  "tage suggest some furtherconsider-  ation of the postal, service throughout the southern portion   of the  provinct-J.   From time to time little  improvements have resulted through  the representations of the board to  the authoiities at Ottawa, but they  have all been secured after more or  less delay.   It is now competent for  the board to take up the question  of the creation   of   a new  postal  division,  with   an inspector   and  staff, whose duties it would be to  give their personal attention to the  mail service of tho interior.    A district composed of South East Kootenay, the Slocan', Nelson and Ross-  land-Boundary ridings is of sufficient importance, both in extent and  the volume of its commerce, to demand from the Ottawa authorities  due -recognition,- and the time is  opportune for taking the matter up.  The convenience which would result  from the creation of such a district  i  is obvious, and" if the matter is  properly represented there is every  .reason to believe that' the division  could be created and the staff installed upon the completion of the  new post office in this city.  The new life which is transforming Northern Ontario from- a wilderness' to an industrial center is  the logical result of a policy which'  seeks to preserve to that province  the maximum benefit from the de-^  velopment of.,its natural weialth.  What would be said throughout'  Western Ontario today were a  schema submitted which had for Its j  ultimai;e'"'objecc the 'draining of' its  >aw*mat_rials^rom the"1 province to"  manufacturing points in the.United  States? ,;Whatr prompted' the government of-Ontario' to place "export*  duties upon the raw product of its  forests^arid*'of   its' mines? * And  when'"it*'was done what'attention  was paid' to the protests of   the  United States manufacturers who  sought to secure the" repeal of legislation which' encouraged manufactures in Canada?" British Columbia  istbday in much the same position  in'this respect Wthat occupied by  Ontario a year ago.' Under the cover  of" a cry for free trade 'in railways,  and for no restrictions upon indus-  r_ti,ial_Ydevelopment;ian_attemptl_is_  being made to undermine the smelting industry of the province, and  ultimately to make the great mining districts of  Southern - British  Columbia "tributary   to   the "Hill  poorJ of   United   States  railways  and    the    United     States    lead  and smelter trust.   The men who  are engaged'in business throughout  the cities- and* towns of Southern  British   Columbia have a greater  objective for their province than  that it should act as a feeder for  Northport in the state of Washington', or any other smelting point in  the United States which  it may  suit the purpose of  managers of  United   States   railways to   draw  British   Columbia   ore   to.     They  look to see the present infant smelting   industry   of    their    province  grow, to see the* present number of  smelters multiply, to see the smelters followed by refineries, and to  see the refineries in turn give birth  to industrial concerns for the consumption   of   the   output   of   the  refineries.       They   recognize   also  that in the accomplishment of such  development they must look rather  to Canadian railway interests than  to   the   railway  interests   of   the  United States.   Railway companies  are  much the same all over the  world.   They are out for business.  The United States railway interests led; by "Jim " Hill would like  tb'-force ah'-ehtrainee into Southeast  '-tobtenajr* in'ordSr that* they might  feed their business in the United  States by drawing upon the cool  NELSON B. c8��praDAY, FEBRUARY 9  j Ty_. &. .. -; "*y..,;-. ������ .  ."*'���.."���        =====  1901  .-*!&&���..  ahdj orev reserves of i"thi_ v"pi*bvi*fice.  The' Canadian* Pacific Rdilway-Coni-  ipany "from rthe sa:me-? standpoint  of   dollars   and   cents   is   seeking  to   shut   out   its   American- rival1  in order that ;it niay secure the tonnage bf coal and ore, and' by-'-'draw--  ing it to" some Canadian smelting  point secure not only the business  of the original tonnage but also the  tonnage on the smelted and refined  product.   In  such a contest it is  not difficult for the people of   British Columbia to  determine   which  way their interests lie.   It is merely  a question whether it   is   to   their  advantage   to   build    up    smelter  points like Northport in the'United  States or smelter points at Nelson,  at Trail, at Grand Forks, at Greenwood, at   Boundary  Falls,'   or   at  other points in the province  which"  are favorably situated foi" the   re-"  duction of British 'Columbia ores'.  -They may have no particular'love  for the Canadian" Pacific" railway,  but they certainly have no - objection" to taking every advantage"' in  furthering" that company's interests"  when they are identical with'their  own; and their interests clearly lie ���  in building up Canadian  smelters'  and   Canadian   industries   and   in  making   their   advancement   their  first concern.  I congratulate you on the great expansion of  the mineral industry. The manufacture) of pig  iron in the province ia now firmly established,  and ia materially aided by the discovery of large  bodies of conveniently situated hematite ore in  theMiohipocoten region. The ma-king of the first -  open hearth stcol in the'"province, and" tlie' estab-  lishmenfon the upper lakes of the first* line of  steamers to cany tlie ore from our own mines to  the;8inelterfl of our own province, are events  significant of substantial progress. Nickel and  coppcr'niining are" more 'active than" at any pre-"  vlons time," and It is gratifying to know that additional works for the treatmentof thdie ores are  being erected in different parts of the province.  The above paragraph'appears in  the speech f rota the' throne ��� which*"'  was read on Wednesday" upon * the  occasion   of.   the opening   of-^ the  'Ontario legislature." It has  reference to-tlie greatest'1-industrial1 revival that Candda has experienced  since Confederation, and one which  is   destined  to make Ontario the"  greatest-iron'and steel "manufacturing center in the'world.-'   This re-'  - vival" did'" not   force itself ' upon'  Ontario.. It was soiightfafter~b*y its'  people*-  and- ��� their    .legislators.  -They,   bent    all    their��"energies,  not-   only ' to     -he a   mining ���   of  the" mineral wealth of the' province,-  but to its-home smelting and refining and   manufacture, and the  paragraph * quoted   sets   out  how-  fully  they'have   succeeded.    By  pursuing the same course' British-  Columbia can accomplish' the same  results,-but they will not be accomplished by bonusing United' States  railways to carry the raw materials  out of the province for reduction,'  refining and   manufacture   iri the  United States. ���  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE GO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee -  ************************  Wo are offering at lowest prices the best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan'  Teas.  Our Dos?-, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound $  40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds    1 00  Choice Blend CofTee, 4 pounds    1 00  Special Blend Cofl'oe, 0 pounds    1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 pounds    1 00,  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound-     30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY GOFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  W'  to  to  to  ���Wx   *   ���__7   "/���___!   * 0S? '  y *>' ^* ��� j**.        ^. ��� >^ ��w. ��� ^ ���>*. ��� ^ -^ ��� ���**. ���*���*��� ^ ���^���. ���^������^.^���^���-*k��>^  axinc  TT,TTTtTWtVTf1  '  Ladies' Misses' fend  Children's Under-muslius  at Unheard of Prices  Irvine & Co.  ���*rrXTIT.TTVTTT  Embroideries,  Wash Laces and Domestics  Greatly Seduced.      x  ��� IITnniril.l'nm.��nlr<--.mmtCT  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  FOR TEN DAYS WE WILL OFFER A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WHITEWEAR AT  TEN DAYS SALE OF LADIES'WHITEWEAR 2v  to  to  AV ������--���������        -..._��� ^  fly ;. THIS LINE INCLUDES ik  m Ladies' Nightdresses, 75 cents to*$5.00 m  Gorset GoVers, 20 cents to $1.75 m  Lace and Embroidered Underskirts, 75 cents to $12.00 n\  to     7 7 '     . - - to  to  to  to,. * . to  to The balance of our Winter Stock of Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes, to  to Jackets, Capes and.Skirts at Reduced Prices to  to - to  to  White Cambric Muslin, Nainsooks; Victoria Lawn, India Linens, White and Colored  Organdies* Dimities, Fancy Muslins, Plain and Dotted Swiss and Piques  Our Winter Millinery  Must be Cleared up in  Order to Make Roomlfor * \  Spring Styles -  j  Wred Irvine & Co*  Baker Street, Nelson, B. 0.  [nnn  Furs  We are Letting go  . at Prices to Suit the  Buyer  TfXTyTTT*aTT-t*a'a*a'aTrT-nrrrTTrTTTyaTTTTTi-rr^Mr>  to  '.00.* 4S?*'t^,  *_W*"'_W\-*^^ *0*0'* 0_\^ * *��_?__ *_���__*____ *_���_& ____- ____B__S^ ________*_______���: ____t__5_ ____ ________ *>____m^W  '^Sk,* *"^ *^^^�� **^^ **^. ��� >q^ *^^_ ��� ^^k . * __y * g00% _^^ * 00* __^ * ^_\\f* _���**? * 00'' 00 ' ^_0* ^& ' ^B^* 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00 *^0  821 to S3rBaker Street"'Nolson-  American- aqd European Pl��n��.-  MEALS   2&   CENTS  wcrrr  . ROOMS IalGHTED BYEIaKCTW  iSlD HEATED BY STEAM  8S CENTS TO >1 -   QUEEN'S: HOTEL  BAKER BTREET. NB-flOy.  Lighted by Electricity and Heat-i  -   ed with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrocma "kdA flrab^Iow  dining-room.- Sample toomn tot oommatoUl meu.  RATES 82 PER DAY  Mrs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  IiATB OF THK BOTAL HOTKL, OALQABY  Hladden House  Bakor and Ward  Streeta, Nelson  The onlj hotel In Nelson that bag remained  under one management elnoe 1880.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity. .      ���   "    . _  Tho bar Is always stooked by the best dom *���  Uo and Imported liquors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor. -  SLOCAN-JUNCTION KOTEL  J. H. MoMANUS,-Manager  Limited.  CHARLES. HILLYER,^ HARRY HOUSTON,  President and General-Manager. Secretary-Treasurer'  .,   All Communications to be addressed to either of the above.  We are prepared to Furnish  by Rall^TBarlfe or"Teaihs i  DIMENSION LUMBER'  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  . LOCAL and COAST CEILING  . LOCAL and7COAST'FLOORING  DOUBLE;'DRESSED COAST'CEDAR  . RUSTIC, SHIP LAP, STEPPING  PINEtand; CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES '���  TURNED WORK; BAND'S AWING  BRACKETS,, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS   ,. ,    y  DOORS,. WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get1 Our Prloes-.before  purchasing elsewhere. *  OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND'FRONT STREETS.   -  FACTORY: HALL STREET,-C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  W. Burns & Go.  Head Okpiob1 At ' ,  NELSON, B. 0.  Wholesale^and Retai I������  Dealers in Meats  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  Bar stooked with best'brands of wlnea, liquors;  and Cigars. Beer on' draught). ��� Large oomfart-  able rooms.   BlmtMilaM'tabla boa. A.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBXWEBa AMD BOTT__BS OW  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and  delivery to  e trade'  Brewery at NaUon  A. R. BARR0V/, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer Vlotoria and  O. Bax U9.  jtenar Btroets.  ItBPHONB SO, ��  Markets^at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo; Ymir, Sandon, Bilverton,'Ne*T  Dea-ver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks', Greenwood, Cascade'Oi by, Mid*  way," and Vancouver.'  Mall Orders Promptly Forwarded  ���   ���   ' - -   West Kootenay Butcher Go.  ALL KINDS U7  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOI__3AI_D AND RETAIL  FI8H AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker street, Nelson       E. C. TRAVES, Manager  nROWKn **��� MATT, RWOfflVW OA RWIVITEa A*im vnouvv Awwwmv '   ROSSCAIND   BINQIISBBRHNa  WORKS  OUNI_IFP__ & MoMILLAN  Founders'and Maohlnlsts, Speolalty of Ore Cars, Ore-Bin'Doors'and Conerol Mining-Maohlnery.  List of socond-htind'machinery on'Hand, which haa been thoronghly overhauled and la as good  1 2-i-H. P. Looomotlve-typo boiler, with bnglnd attached and all fittings, ready to turn on steam.  1 0l"x8" Double-Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist, built by Ingersoll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, No. 5 Cameron, New York.  1 Sinkinac Pump, 10"x5"xlS", outside packed'plunger pattern.  Watch thin advertisement tor-furthor lista, or wrlto'ua beforo you buy for complete Itofc   Wo  may have just what you want.  Agents for Northey'Pumps.   Stock can led.  P.  O.  Box 198. THIRD  AVENUE,  ROSSLAND.  WHOLESALE TRADE  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITKD.-Coruqr Vornon  and Cedar streeta, Nolson, mantifaoturcH  of' and wholesale dealera-in aerated waters and'  fruit syrups. ��� Sole agenta for Halcyon Spring*  mineral water.  Telephone .00.     , , ���  ASSAYERS'- SUPPLIES.  W" F. TEETZEL 8c CO.-Corner Bakor and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholosalo deal  era ln assayora - supplies. Agent* lor Denve  .Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS/  HJ. EVANS' 8c' CO.-Baker atroet,'' Nolson  ��� wholesale . dealers ' ln - liquors, olgara  cement, lire brick and firo olay, wator plpe^aud  steel rails, and general commission merchant*.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  ErOOTENAY ELECT1UC SUPPLY. 8c CON-  - 81KUCTION COMPANY-Wholesalo deal-  ers lu telephone., annunciator*, bells, batteries,  fixtures, eto., Houston block, Nelson.  BRACKMAN-KER  MILLING  . ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay.  FLOUR AND FEED.  COMPANY  . Straight or  mixed oars"shipped to all Kootenay Points:  Qrain elevators at all pri noipal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R. Mills at Viotoria.'New Wost  minster, and Edmohton, Albert*.'  ,     FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS 8c   CO.-Baker  street,' Nelson,  wholesale dealers In fresh and oared meats.  Cold storage. ~ .  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD 8c CO.'���Corner Front and  ��� Ball streots, wholesale grocers and  ���obbers ln blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  macklnaws and miners' sundries.  COMPANY,   LIMI-  street, Nelson,-' wholesale  P.  TrOQTENAY- SUPPLY  *�����  TKD-Ver  feruou  grooers.  TOHN CHOLDITCH 8c CO.-Front streot). Net-  "   son, wholesale grocers.  JY. GRIFFIN tc CO.-Froot stroetTNelsbuT  ��� 'wholesale   dealers   ln  provisions, 'cured  meats, butter and eggs.      .  HARDWARE * AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS 8c CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine  ��� streots, Nelson, wholesale dealers Iu hardware and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.  LAWRENCB   HARDWARE.  COMPANV  Bakor St., Nolson, wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining auppllea, and water and  plumbers' supplies;  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  qiURNBR, BEHJTON & CO.-Corner Vornon  A and Josephine streets, Nolson,- wholosale  dealers ln liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agenta  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gory Brewing Co. of Calgary.  .  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE. .  HAMILTON  POWDER COMPANY-Bakec  ' street. Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stomping and black blasting powders.  wholesale dealers .  Masting apparatus.  caps and fuse, and oleotrio  1    1]  a i  an new  W Html IT COSTS BUTONE CENTi2^CN^_g_^a'  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW,'.Proprietor.  Headquarters-for l.  "CARAMEL"   " P0MMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN^  GOLD"  Baaoklng and Wpaa,  Home G-rown  Fruit and Ornamontal Trees, Rosas, Shrubs  Vltiea, Bulbs, Hedge Plants and Seeds.  P'xtra choico stock of Poach, Apr'cot, Plum,  Cherry aud Prune Trees. New importation of  flrst-clais Rhododendrons, Roses, Climatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.  80,000 to choose from.   No hgorits or cointhl--;  sioii to payJ No fumigation or inspection charges. ���  Groenhouse plants, agricultural implements, fertilizers, bee supplios,   etc.   Largest and most-  complete' stock in tho province.- *Send>for; cat  alogue before placing your orders.   Address  n_it�� i__3_f Onijr. "  .  To drop us a post card that we may call and  Never  have any plumbing done until you  five estimates.  It eaveta many dollars,  have seen our goods find our prices.  OPPOBITM -  PiWTOirinniB.  STRACHAN BROTHERS. PliimbepS.  REILEY& BENOY  SUCCK3SORS' TO H. D. A8HCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  WQRKCfc*  EXPHlT'HORSEiHOEIHC.'5  llUtonUani  n'work from o  )toor__r<ms_(ut  you to Jl kinds of repairing'  polnta. ifoary  P. J. RUSSELL  Buyer aud Hxporter of  RAW^ FURS  HlghOBt Prloea ;;  Prompt Returna  Fair Assortment  iwranT arvkt JT_*'_r*:   TpWABX fc nAM��*��^Arehttarti.;   Shlp*y_l_gpr.si. JN JllupM-"* rt���� ^ J ^ mBAMMHtOm. Moefc.-i-fcef-1-art, Wtiaon.  SASH AND DG0RS.  ���VTKLSON BA.VT AND PLANING, MILLS,  XI LIMIT_!D���Corner Front and Hall streets.  Nelson, manofootarers of and wholesalo dealers  ln sash and doorsi all kinds of factory work made  to order.  WINES AND CIGABS.  CALIFORNIA WINS) COMPANY. LIMITED���Corner Front and'Hall streets, Nelson,' wholesale 'dealers in wines (oase and balk,  ���ind dnmoRttai and Imtoorlmal oloam.  ANTI-CHINESE RESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a regular  meeting held ou Saturday evening. December  22nd, 1900. all membors of Nelson Miners'Union  No. 90, W. F. M., aro requested to use every  legitimate means  To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or Indirectly. All union men and others  who believe ia making this a whito man's country, are requested toco-operate in giving effect to  tho aforesaid resolution.   By order,  NKLBON MINERS'   UNION.  Nelson, Decomber 22nd.  The above resolution has been endorsed b*r the  Trades and Labor Council of Nolson, and all  union mon, and others 'in sympathy' with it, are  requested to. govern  themselves   accordingly.  IKS fclaA^U C&NCIL OF NELSON  TRADI  Nelso*  ���By order;  J & LABOR COT  in; December 22hd.  ABOHITEOTa  Rooms THE TR_BTOTB:, 3SMiS0N BjO SATURDAY FEBRUARY S 1901  3  ���_ *  -ii'i-wi-ma in.***"  sasss  BANE: OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid np....$12,000,000.00  REST    7.000,000.00  ONDIVIDBD PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  E. S. Clouston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH-v  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In London (England) New Yoke,  Chicago, and all the principal cities ln Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available In any part of the world.  Drafts Issued. Collections Made, Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.  -TORONTO   STOCK   EXCHANGE.  FRIDAYS QUOTATIONS.  stock.                                       Asked. <BId,  B. C. Gold Fields  $       3* 9' -2i  Blaok Tail         K >,.  9  Brandon & Golden Crown    ,8 -   4  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate...          74 7  Cariboo (MoKinney) .'.          3S SO  Cariboo Hydraulic      165 1 fi8  Centre Star       125 100  Crow's Neat Pass Coal     75 00 CO 00  California           C. 4*  Deer  Trail Consolidated           2* 2  Evening Star          8 6  Fairview Corporation           3 '-'J  GoldouStar            24 2  Giant           4} .3|  Granby Smelter          45 41  IronMask .-           414 38  Jim Blaine           8 4  Montreal & London           ti 4  Morning Glory           it 15  Morrison           74 ti  Mountain Lion         40 15  Noble Five           4 2  North Star         !�� 85  Old Ironsides         71 55  Olive          11 8  Payne         54 48  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...         31 29!  Republic          4B4 44  Sl'ican Sdvorelgn           9 7  Virtue         20 25  AVar Eagle Consolidated     '    50 50  Waterloo           3 2  White Bear         " 4J 41  Winnipeg            S 3j  Sullivan.-.           14 13  ..    y -     SALES.  5000 Canadian Goldfields Syndicate'. $      7  2000 California  41  500 Giant  3}-  2500 Sullivan  13}  THE CANADIAN,  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH 13 AMALGAMATED  THE BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  =5&  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  $8,000,000  $2,000,000  Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  President.  AMONG THE WHOLESALERS  Business of the Week.  Tliere has-been a considerable increase in the wholesale trade of Nelson during the week just past. The  week opened with a dull trade, but"  it waa exceedingly brisk- yesterday.  The week as a wliole wasinuch.bet-  ter than the previous weeks of this  year: It is expected that trade will  advance-steadily until the summer  months', are- reached. The shipments for the week are  as follows:  ���Brackman & Kor Milling Company, ' Limited, flour *��� and feed.���  Salmo; Granite," Slocan Junction,  "Fire Valley.'Pilbt Bay, Club's'Land-  iug, Kaslo, Lemon Creek, Park's  Siding and Waneta. -  H. J. Evans & Co., commission  merchants. ��� Ymir, New Denver,  Rossland, Robson, Enterprise Landing, Lardo, Waneta, Silverton and  Slocan City.  *A. "Macdonald & Co., wholesale  grocers.���B ur ton, Ferguson, Sandon,  Ymir, Ainsworth, -Slocan Junction,  Robson, Coryelle, Waneta, Alamo,  Kitchener, Eholt, Fire Valley and  Cascade.  W. F. Teetzel  &  Co., assayers'  supplies.���-Greenwood,   Ymir,   -Mc-.  Guigan,   Slocan,   Fernie,   Phoenix,-  Moyie and Salmo.  .   Kootenay    Electric    Supply    &  Construction , Company,   electrical  supplies.���Hall   Mines,   Cranbrook/  Greenwood, Sandon, Grand Forks,  ���Moyie and other lake points.    .  F. Starkey , & Co., commission  merchants. ��� Revelstoke, Eholt,  Sandon, Phoenix, Silverton, Robson,  Three Forks, New Denver, Kaslo  Lemon creek.  John Cholditch & Co., wholesale  grocers. ��� Kaslo, Sandon, Trail,  Ymir; Eholt, Slocan City, Granite,  Windermere" and Anaconda.  Turner, Beeton & Co., dry goods  and liquors.���Trail, Ymir, Moyie,  Slocan, New Denver, Salmo,. Robson, Pilot Bay and Sandon,  Kootenay Supply Co., wholesale  grocers.'��� Moyie, Kaslo, Sandon,  Salmo, Sirdar, Greenwood," Slocan,  Creston, New Denver,- Silyerton,  Whitewater and Kimberly.  ; Nelson Saw & Planing Mills, Limited, sash and doors.���Granite/ Slocan, Mbyiet Windl&w'si liasloY and.  other lake points. -     ..- ' *^- --��    Y  Californiar Wine Company, wines -  and cigars.---Slocan City;;-���;-Robson,'  Whitewater, Kaslo, Sandon,. Ymir,  ' Greenwood, Porto Rico iand-;Moyie.  -    J. Y. Griffin & Co., provisions arid  produce.���Sloean City, Greenwood,;  Grand'   Forks,     Kaslo;   Rossland,  Ceidar Creekj Sandon, Granite, Fer-;  nie, Cranbrook, Phoenix, New Den-  >vei',' Anaconda, Robson, Erie, Pilot;  Bay,���'- Coryelle,   Cascade,   Creston,  Ymir, Eagle City, Trail,Kuskonook,:  'Lardo and Whitewater.  Seniors and; Intermediates.  A hockey, match between the  senior and intermediate teams ofi  the Nelson club will be played at  the rink on Monday night. ..The  latter team have a good forward  line, and in several respects it is  superior to that of the seniors. The  game will no doubt be a fast one.*  This will be the last practice that  the senior team will have before  they go to Rossland on Wednesday  to participate in the games of tha  AGCREGATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000."-,  Robt. Kilgour,  Vica-Presldent.  London Office, 60 Lombard Street. El. O.  New York  Offloe, 16 -Exchange   Place.  and 68 Branches in Canada and the >*  Cnitod States.  SAVINGS BANK* DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.. Present rate,  tlueo percent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  , Manager Nelson Branch.  winter carnival to be held there:  next, week.'   The   hockey contests'  there will be the -principal feature  of the carnival.   These' "are for the"  championship-   of- the- province.  There is a championship cup to be  played for, as well as "individual  prizes.   It is expected that, there  will be five teams take part in the  contests.    '   Operatic Society Ball.  The ladies' committee of the Nelson Operatic Society ball, which in  to be held on St. Valentine's day,  Thursday, February 14th, held a  meeting at Mrs. Goepel's residence  yesterday and completed arrangements for the elaborate supper that-  is to be served. -Nothing is being  left undone that would in any way  mar the success of the event. No in-,  vitations are being sent but,, but  tickets can be obtained- from, any  of the members of the committee.  The tickets, of, which there is a limited number, are going rapidly.  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,468,603  $1,700,000  WE HAVE  Improved" Incandescent- J  >' Mirror  . Globe     Lamps  -    Now .. in    Stock:    They x  Improve    Electiic   Light  Fifty   per   cent.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  & CONSTRUCTION CO,  Nelson, B. C. ���*,  CORPORATION OFTHE CITY OF NELSON  _3-_r-L-A."W   _5TO:;87-  D. B. Wilkie, General Manager. ���. <  fi. Hay, Inspeotor.  Nelson Branoh���Burns Blook, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY. Manatfr.   purchased shall be made In conseqnence of such  re-purchase. _ .     , ,  ((ti. This By-law shall take effect on. the date  of tho flnal passage thqreof.    -.   "     - -    '      ,  Bone and passed in council at the Citv* of Nelson, on the day of ,- A. D. 1801. *  NOTICE. " * ,. * '���  - Tako notice that tho above Is a true.copy of  the proposed By-Law upon whicli the vote of the  .electors of the Municipality will be taken: For  'the East Ward at the City Police Court, on the  east side of Josephine street, between Baker and  '-Victoria streets; for tho West Ward at the-office  of Ward Brothers on the north side of Baker  'streef between Stanley and Kootenay streets, In  the City of Nelson, on Tuesday,' the nineteenth  dar of February, Instant.-between the hours of  8 o'clock a. m. and I o'clock p. m.  J. K. STKACBXN, City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C, February 5th, 1901.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OFNELSON  A By-Law to raise $79,000.00 for tho purpose of  paj ing off advance mado by Bank of Mont1  real on debentures hypothecated. -  ���Whereas, By-Laws Nos. (1S-G9, 70, 71 and 72 of  Ihe by-laws of the City of Nelson, being respectively a bj-law to- raise. $15 000.00 to extend the���  water works system, a by-law to raise $15,000.00-  ta extfliid and improve the electric light sys-;  tem, a bj-law to raiso B20,U0O.O0 to extend 'the  sewerage     system,     o       by-law - to      raise  32-00    to    Improvo    tho    streets   within    the  city   of   Nolson,    and    a    by-law    to- raise  $81*00.00 for'purchasing a road-making' plant,  were duly passed, and debentures issuedp thereunder for the respective sums mentioned in s���aid  by-laws, in all the sum of $70,000.00, but said debentures so Issued remain unsold.  And whereas, said debentures so issued and  unsold were hypothecated to the Bank of Montreal as security for an advance thereon of  $70,000.00 for the purposes in lhe said by-laws recited.  And whoroas, A petition haa been presented  to the Municipal CounoU of the Corporation of  tho City of Nelson, signed by the owners of at  least one-tenth ot tho valuo of the property in  tho said city, as shown by tho last revised assessment roll, requesting the said council to introduce a by-law to raise the sum of seventy-nine  thousand (#79,000.00) dollars for the pui poses of  'paying off tne lndebrodnesi to the Bank of Montreal and interest thereon for which said debentures are so hypothecated.  And wheroas, It is deemed expedient to borrow tho sum of seventy-nine thousand (J79 000.00)  dollars (which is the amount of the dobt intended  to be created by this by law) for the purposes  aforesaid; ��������� ������-������ ;���  And whereas, Tho amount of tlie whole rateable real property of tlie said city, according to  tlio last revised asseesinenc'roll, is two million  sixty-flvo thousand four hundred (?2,065,400) dollars' . .  And whereas. It will bo necessary to raise annually by rate tho sum of sixty seven and ninety-  four (80'iM 00) dollars for paying the said debt and  I an f* Of*A ��� f"  Now, therefore,- tho Municipal Council of tho  Corporation of tne City of Nolson, in council assembled, enacts as follows:     ,..,,,  1. It shall and may bo lawful for the Mayor of  the Corporation of the City of Nelson to borrow,  upon the crodit of tlie said corporation, by  way of dobonturcs hereinafter mentioned, from  any porson or persons, body or bodies corporate,  who may bo willing to advunco tho samo as a  loan, a sum of money not exceeding on the whole  the sum of seventy-nine thousand ($79,000.00)  dolUi'P, and to cause all such sums so mined or  receivod to bo paid into tho hands of the Treai-  ucer of tbe said corporation, for the-purpose and  ���wlto the object hereinbefore recited.  ���. 2 It shall bo lawful for the Mayor of the said  corporation to cause any number of debentures  to be made, oxecuted and- issued for such sum or  sums as may ba required for the pui poso and  object aforesaid, not exceeding, however, tlie  sum of seventy-nine thousand ($79,000.pf) dollars:  each of the said debentures boing pf,tho denomination.of.one thousand ($1000.00) dollars, and all.  such debentures shall bo sealed with the seal of  tho corporation   and .signed,  by   the Mayor  8. The said debentures shall bear dato tho first  day of April. A. D. 1901, and shall be made payable  in-20 yoarslrom the >aid date in lawfuLmoney  of Canada at tho office of the-Bank of Montreal  in Nolson aforesaid,.which said plaoo of payment.  shall bo designated by tho said debentures, and ;  shall havo attached to thorn coupons for the payment of intorest, and the- signatures to the in-  tocest coupons may bo oithor written, stamped,  printed or lithographed. '��� . ���-���*        '*.���.,; .-..���.*-.   ������  i. The said debentures shall-bear interest, at:  the rate of fl per centum .per. annum from the  date  thereof, which-interest shall be payable'  semi-annually at said olllce of the Bank,of,Montreal in  Nelson aforesaid, in lawful money of;  Canada, on the 1st day of April and the 1st day:  of Octobor respectively, in each year during the'  currency thereof, and Hiall be expressed in said  debentures and coupons to be so payable.  5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of, said cor-'*  poration to negotiate and sell -the said debentures or any of them - for less slian par; but in no  case shall tho said debentures or any of them be:  negotiated or sold-for loss thah ninety-five per  centum of their face value, including the cost of  negotiating and salo;'brokerage and other incidental expenses.  6.'There shall he .raised and levied in each;  year during tho currency of said'debentures the?  sum of thirty-nine hundred and fifty ($3950.00) dollars for the payment of interest,-and the -sum of;  twenty-eight hundred and forty-four ($2811.00)dol-;  larsfor the payment of thodebtdueunder thusaid  deben' uros by a rate mifllciont .therefor op all the  rateablo land in the paid municipality.  7. It shall bo lawful for ��� the said municipal  council to ro-purchiso any of the said debentures,  upon such terms* as may bo afereod upon with  the legal holder or holders.thereof, or any part  thereof, either at the time of sale or any subsequent time or times, and" all debentures''so repurchased shall' forthwith be canceled and destroyed,'and no re-Issue of debentures bo re-..  !        BY-LAW   ISTO.   88-  A By-law to* raiso $21,000.00 to pay off overdraft  due the Bank of Montreal and accumulated  ,   interest.  Whereas, a petition has been presented to the  said Municipal Council of the Corporation of tho  City ot Nelson, signed by the owners of at least  one tenth of the value of the real property in the  said city, as shown, by tho last revised assessment  roll, requesting the said council to introduce a  by-law to raise tlie sum of twenty-one thousand  ($21,000)|dollars for the purpose of paying off the  indebtedness due by the City of Nelaon to the  Bank of Montreal by way of overdraft and accumulated interest.  And Whereas. It is deemed expedient to borrow the said sum of twenty-one thousand ($21.  000.00) dollars (which is the amount of tho debt  intonded to be created by this by-law) for the  purposes aforesaid.  And Whereas, The amount of tho whole rateable real property of the said city, according to  tho laM; revised assessment roll, is two million  eixty-flve thousand four hundred ($2,065,400 00)  dollars.  And Whereas, Tt will be necessary to raiee an-  annually by rate tho Bum of $1806 for paying tho  said debt and iuterest.'  Now There Toi e the Municipal Council of the  Corporation of tho City of Nelson in Council as  semble 1, enacts as follows:  1. It shall and may be lawful for the Mayor of  the Corporation of the City of Nelson to borrow,  upon the credit of tho said Corporation, by way  or debentures hereinafter mentioned, from any  porson or persons, body or bodies corporate, who  may be willing to advance tho same as a loan, a  sum of money not exceeding the who^, tho sum  of twenty-one thousand (f 21,000.00) dollars, and to  cause all suoh sums so raised or- received to bs  paid into the hands of the Treasurer of the said  Corporation, for the purpose and with tho object  hereinbefore tecited. -  2 >It shall belawful for the Mayor of the said  Corporation to cause any number, of debentures  to bo made, executed and issued for such sum or  sums as may be required for tho purpose and ob-'  ject aforesaid, not exceeding, howevor, -the-sum  twenty-one thousand ($21,000) dollars; each of the  said debentures being of the denomination of one  thousand ($1*000.10) dollars, and all such deben-  < tures shall be sealed'with the seal of the corporation and signed by tho Mayor ther^eof.'  8. The said debentures shall bear date the first  day of. April, A. D 1901, and shall be made  payable in 20 years from tho said date, in the lawful money of Canada, at the ofllce of the Bank of  Montreal in Nolson aforesaid, which said place  of payment shall be designated by the said debentures, and shall have attached to them coupons for the payment of interest, and the signatures to the Interest coupons may be either  written, stamped printed or lithographed.      i  i. The said debentures shall bear interest at  the rate of 5 por centum per annum from the date  thereof, which interest Bhall be payable semiannually at said-offlce at the Bank of Montreal  in Nelson aforesdid, in lawful money of C tnada,  ,on ihe flrst day of April land the first day of  October respectively, in each year during the  currency thereof, and shall be expressed in said  debentures and coupons to be so payable.  :5. It shall be lawful for the Mayor of said corporation to negotiate and sell the said debentures  or any of them for less than par; but in no cise  shall the said debentures or any of them be negotiated or sold-for less than niney-flve per  centum of their face value Including the cost of  negotiating and-salo, brokerage ana other incidental expense".  -fl.-1'There shall be-raised and levied in >each  year during the currency of said debentures the  sum of one thousand and fifty ($1050) dollars for  the payment of interest and the sum of seven  hundred and fifty-six (*75C) dollars Tor the payment of the debt due under the said debentures  by a' rate sufficient thorefore on all the rateable  land in said municipality.  7.-It shall bo lawful for the said Municipal  Council to re-purchase any of the said debentures  upon such torms as may be agreed upon wi1 h the  legal holder or holders thereof, or any part there-  or, either at the time of the sale'or any subsequent time or times, and all debentures so repurchased shall forthwith be cancelled and destroyed, and no ro-issue of debentures so re-pur-  cha��ed shall be made ln consequence of such re-"  purchase.  < '8. This by-law shall take effect on tho date of  the final passage thereof.  Done and passod ln Counoil at the City of  Nelson on the day of  ->   ' A. D. 1901  NOTICE.  Tuko notice that t he above is - a t rue copy of  tho proposed By-law upon which the vote of the  elcceors of tho Municipality will be taken: For  the East Ward at the City Police Court, on the  oast side of Josephine street, between Bakor and  Victoria streots; for the West Ward in the ofllce  of Ward Brothers, on tho north side of Baker  streot, between Stanley and Kootonay streets, In  the City of Nelson, on Tuesday, tho nineteenth  day of February, instant, between tlie hours of 8  o'clock a. m. and 1 o'clock p. m.  J  K. Si'IiACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C. l^ebruary Ith, 1901.   CORPORATION OFTHE CITY OF NELSON  BTT-ra-VW"  _STO.   89.  A By-Jaw for stopping up and  oloalng cortaln  streets and alloys in tho City of Nelson and  '������''- empowering tho Council' to, convey   suoh  ���   streets und alloys so stopped np and dosed to  the Canadi in Pacillo Railway Company. ���  Whereas, It Is doomed advisable to closo up  certain portions of the streeta and alloys*, hereinafter described, within the limits of the City of  Nelson and to convoy tho samo to the; Canadian  Pacific Railway Company.  *'���" And Wheroas.*.In the 'opinion of tho counoil  such portions of street.'). and . alleys are : not required for corporate purposes.  Thoroforo. The Muuioipal Council of the Cor-  poratioli of tlio City of Nolson in council assem-  bled.enacts us follows:       ���  '   ,;  1.; That the following portions of streets' and  alleys^withln the limits of .the City, of 'Nelson,  namely: Kootonay .street from its northern intersection with Vernon street to the Columbia &  Kootenay rightiof way. .That triangular portion of a street having no name, boing bounded  on the easkby the westerly limit of Stanley street,  ou the north by the Columbia & Kootenay right  of way. and on the south by the northerly limit of .  Block (U and the lane or alley in block f�� from its  intersection with the westerly limit- of Stanley  street to its intersection with the Columbia SC  Kootenay right of way, be and tho sameare hereby declared stopped and closed.  2. Tho said City of 'Nelson be and: they aro.  hereby empowered to sell to , the Canadian Pacific Railway the said portions of streets: and al- J  leys in the next preceding-paragraph desoribed'  and the Mayor and City Clerk are hereby authorized to sign and seal a proper conveyance of the  sameto' said Canadian Pacillo Railway and the:  said council Imay accept as payment therofor  ei'h'or money or real proporty.  This by-law shall take oll'ect on the date of the,  final passage thereof.  Done and passed in Council at the City of  Nelson this dayof 1901,  !                           NOTICE.  Take notice that the o.bovo la a true copy of  the proposed By-Law upon which the vote of the  eleotors'nf the Municipality will bo. taken: For  the Eaaf.Ward'at'tho City Polico Court,- on tho  east side bf JoBephine street, between Baker and  Victoria streets; for tlie West Ward at the office  of Ward Brothers, on the north side of Baker  street;, b.otween Stanley and Kootonay streots. In  the City of Nelson; on Tuesday, the nineteenth  day of February, instant, between the hours of  8 o'olock a. m. and 4 o'clock p. tn.  '; - ��� J. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk,  Nelaon; B. C., February *th, 1901,  c^j . g? .c=y. c=y,(??. c=y,  After Stock-Taking  ************************** :  I have still a larger stock on hand than I wish to carry, therefore I  will offer a discount of 10 per cent on the-price of every article.  All the articles are new ;and neat,' and this, sweeping discount  makes it worth your, while to help me get rid of them.  PIANOS  ONYX TABLES  AUSTRIAN ARTWARE  PIANO LAMPS     . *'     .    ���  SEWING MACHINES  STERLING SILVER  PLATED SILVER  CARVERS, JARDINIERES  MANICURE SETS  TABLE LAMPS  CLOCKS .  CUT- GLASS  FISH SETS  BISQUE WARE'  SILVER NOVELTIES  ,1847 FLAT WARE   ?  CHILDREN'S SETS  OAKWARE;.::> ���/  m  also;all;the latest and most unique patterns in  solid' gold jewelry withf and without^'sefctiri'gs^ \  **************************1  :<i,��  -.at'  r u5  'J&  _*   '-Vt  ���'<���%  -a*  JACOBT DOVER, The  Jeweler.7.  Our Jewelry and Watch Department is ln full swing. ,' Hall'Orders receive our Prompt Attention!  r X'^ig  Mr  $500 in Prizes  Hi***************  The census of Canada will be taken in April,'and the population 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 year, $5.   The Daily,  * is delivered in Nelson by carrier at. the following rates: Three  months, $2.50 T six months, $5; one year, $10."' A 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-  Tonize The-Tribune, the following sums are offered as.prizes,"on  -  the following conditions:. ��� -    " 7'  iNelson'7.:.........    ...'. S 50 *  Rossland     . 26'  Kaslo ~.     26  'Sandon-'.."*....'.." ':**   25  Revelstoke......" .:-* 251-.  Grand Forks ��� ��� ���    26''  Phoenix *....:....'.    26'"���-  Greenwood'. y.   ..   26 '  J"    .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.  ���Fill out blank below, in accordance with above' -  terms, and remit amount of subscription to' ' "  The Tribune Association, Limited ���  ..';.,. - NELSON, B. C  Canada '7:. rr.y...'���  . $100  British Columbia   .. . 26  Northwest1 Territories  .25  Manitoba ..'..."-.   ..    25  Ontario     ,.    25-  Quebec.''...:.'   New Brunswick'   ..    25  ... 25  Nova Scotia .. ^   .    26*  Name : ,  ��� *  Post Office......:.::.. :   Province .' ���   Amount enclosed $   Subscription to Edition of The Tribune  *     Estimate as to population.of  Canada    ~.   British Columbia...:   North-West Territories   Manitoba   Ontario     Quebec   ���       New   Brunswick   Nova, .Soctia   City of Nelson ��� i..  City of Rossland   City   of  Kaslo   City of Sandon. y....  City of Revelstoke...  City of Grand Forks.  City of Phoenix./..;.  City of Greenwood. ..  This offer-holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.  TTTT���*'*"**'���*"^"'"'""^^  HUIHlfl  ROSSLAND  ���AND-  Tuesday to Saturday  FEBRUARY 12-16, 1901    -: ��� ��� ^f '.  EIGHT CURLING CONTESTS  Under, the Auspicos of tlie   Kootonay Curling  - Association  HOCKEY TOURNAMENT  For Scn'.on, Junior and  Ladies' Championships  of British Columbia  SNOWSHOE RACES  SKI RACKS SKATING RACES  For Provincial. Championships' and for Men and  Boys  CUTTER AND DOG RACKS  Coasting Contests Carnival Masquerado  $3000 in Troptyes and Prizes $3000  Rates of a Single Fare for the Round Trip on all  Railways.   For further particulars see posters  and proKrams or address      H. W. C. J ACK80N  .   .  Secretary Carnival Committee, Rossland, B. C.  REMOVAL  ' Dr.' Morrison,- Dentist,  has removed to -his  now offices in tho K-W-C blook.  [L.S.]   HENRI G. J OLY dk'LOTBINIKRE.'  ��� CANADA.  provin;ck of British Columbia.  VICTORIA, *by the Grace of God,'of the United-  Kingdom   of Great   Britain   and 'Ireland,  i     Queen,' Defender of the Faith, &c.. &o, &c.  -To our Faithful the members elected to. -serve in -  ���     the Legislatevo Assembly of Our Province of  ;  r British Columbia at Our City of Victoria.���  Greeting:! �� " - > -  A PROCLAMATION.        /     '  H.'A.-Maclkan,   -. -\TrTHKREAS ' We  Deputy Attorney-General./ "    are    desirous  and resolved, as soon as may be, to meet our poo-,  Sle of our Province of British Columbia, and to  ave their ad vice in Our legislature:  ' NOW KNOW. YK, that for,divers causes and  considerations, and taking into consideration the  ease and convenience of Our loving subjects. We"  have thought fit,-by and with the ad vice, of Our  ���Executive-Council do .hereby convoke,'.and by  4these presents enjoin you, and eich of you, that  on Thursday, the twentyrflrst day, of February,-  .one thousand nine hundred and one, you meet  '-Us inOur said Legislature or Parliament of Our  .:;__.   '   OnrCityi  DISPATCH OF BUSINKSd.' to treat.*'do. act,  said Province, at Onr City of Victoria, FORTHE  and conclude upon those things'which in Our  Legislature of the Province of British Columbia,  by the Common Council of Our said Province  may, by tbe favour of God, be'ordalned. >  In Tkstimony WnFREOP, Wo' have   caused  t      these Our Lettnrs to be made Patent and the  Great Seal of the said Province to be hero-  ,      unto affixed:  i. Witness, tho Honourable Sm Henri,Gus-;  "   TAVE JOI.T DK LOTBINIERE,   K.C.M.G.,   LiCU-  tenant-Qovernor of Our said Provinco of  British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in  Our said Province, this seventeenth day. of  January, in the year of Our laord one thousand nine hundred and ono, and in the sixty-  "fourth year of Our Reign.  By Command.  i. I). PRENTICE, Provincial Secrotary.  - Provincial Secrktary's Offick,  17th January, 1901.  HIS HONOUR, tlie Lieutenant-Governor ln  Council-under the piovision;*, of tlie "Land  Registry Act has been pleasett to establish at  tho ' its of Nelson, In the County of Kootenay,  u District Olllce for the Rccoi ding of Instruments  and Registration of Titles afl'ectiiig real estate,  situate within tho County of Kootenay.  Tho name of tlie said registration district Bhall  be tlio Kootenay Land Registration District.  Henry Fry MacLeod, of tho City of Nelson, solicitor, has neon appointed to perform thOiduUes_  of the said District Ofllco, which shall be open  for the transactiod of business on and after tlie  second day of March, 1101.  By Command.  J. D. PRENTICE, Provincial Secretary.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT Cfl-OWNERS  To Quo. II.  Lammkrs, J. R. Cranson, or to  any person or poraons to whom he may have  transferred his interest in the Harvey Joy  minoral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson  Mining Division.  You aro horeby notified that I havo expended  Ono Hundred Dollars in labor and Improvements  upon tho abovo mentioned   mineral claim, In  order to hold  said  mineral claim under tho  provisions of the Mineral  Aub, and if within  ninety diys from Iho dato of this notice you fall  oriefuse to contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, togot her with ail conts of advertising, your interest in said claim will bocomo the  property of tho subscriber, under sootlou four of  an Act entitled "An Act to" A mond the Mineral  Aot, 1900." SILAH H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December, 1900.  LAND  NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given, that thirty days after  dale 1 intend to apply to the chief commissioner  of lauds and works for permission to purchase  the following described lands about two miles  wost of tho City of Nelson: Commencing at a  postmarked W. J. Boaven's S. K. Cornor Post  planted at S. W. corner post of II. Selous' purchased Lot C05, Group 1. on the high. witoT line  on the west bank of Kootenay river, thouco north  20 chains, thence west 20 chains, thence south 20  chains, more or less to tho high water line on  north bank of Kootenay river, thence following  the meandering of the aforesaid river in an easterly dlreotion 20 chains moro or loss to point of  commencement. Containing 32 acres more or  less. W. J. BEAVKN.  Dated at Nelson this 24th day of Dooomber, 1900.  LAND LEASE NOTICE  Notice is hereby glvon, that within sixty daysi  after tho date of this notice, I intend to apply to  the assistant commissioner of lands and works,  at Nelson, for a loase of "the following doscrlbed  land, for tho purpose of opening up and working  stone quarries, situate about two miles iu an  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 less  to the lake shore; thenco north along the lake shore  to the point of commencement: aud containing  forty acres more or less. J. A. KNAUF.  Datod December 19th, 1900.  MUSIC. ~  Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate in vocal and Instrumental music Is now prepared to receive  pupils for Instruction In voice culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and farther particulars apply room  6, A. Macdonald building, corner Josephine and  Vernon sUaafc.  TRAPES   UNIONS. 7  VrHH-JON MINERS' UNION NO. 96.W.F. cf  J-*   M.���Meets a in miners' union rooms, north-7  east oorner Victoria and Kootenaystreete, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'olook.;,'"Visiting mem.-,  bore-welcome. M. R. Mowatt,-President. Jame  *  Wilkes,   Seoretary. ' Union Scale or Waobs *  for Nelson    District���Per rshift,   machine  men, $3.50: hammersmen miners. 13.25; muckers,,  carmen.'shovelers and other underground laborers, $3 00.   '   - _-   .        .. _ ,   .<  TIRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The rearu-"   ''  , a   lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor ^s  Council will beheld in the miners'-union hall, --,'-  corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on the - ���  flrst "and  third Thursday--of* each month,'at  7.30 p. m.   Q. J. Thorpo. President. T J. H. Mathe- '"  son, Seoretary. .     , .   ��   .'  :% i.S*  '&  -"A  "J2i  I *?y "*���*  *   ,,,   'A i��J5  y^  y>��?  y %  '- vYc  . -^  nvc&inu   a aa uiwuk, _._. ,._*? iaa._aoi_   uuiuui��uv(ir  ner- Vlotoria, and .Kootenay streeta.  Cha-lus  Clayton,'* President.  John MeLeod, Secretary.   '*  BARBERS' UNION.-Nelson Union; No. IDS; of,  the International Journeymen' Barber s Un-'*  Ion of America, meets every nrst and third Mon-'?  dayof eaoh month in Miner's Union Hall;'oorner-:  of Victoria and Kootenay'streets, at 8:30 p.m.  sharp.-" Visiting brothers? cordially invited to'  attend. It. McMahon, p-esldent: J. H. Mathiv .  son. secretary-treasurer; J. C.Gardnor, recording *  secretary. - " ' ''  AB0RER8', tlNION.-NolBon Laborers'fPro * *&$ ^-M  teoOve Unlon.-No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets If^ ,>-*>OJ_  Miners" Union hall.-,C. P. R.- block: corner ot "-'^n^r.  ������*" ** *53  '-*_a  j.,A.,i\..a f vu.w..    ..a... j^s.    �� .    ,h    _��Vw&,    w.iio.     un  1'aker and Stanley streets, every Monday eveninn   1D.m. sharp. Visiting        '        -������   -  can _ Federation   cordially  at 7:30j  layc  fthe  .m. sharp. Visiting members of the Amei l  ^deration cordially invited���to attend.  A." .T..,Curle,>President. John, Roberts, ^io  cording secretary. /      - <���   - .       ,;���    , \.  ers' Union hall at 7J0 sharp. -J. H. Millward,  , Prosident; Will J. Hatch, Seoretary.  COOKS' AND WAITERS', UNION���Regular  meetings, every Tuo��day evening at 8:30  ��� o'clock, in Miners'Union Hall, corner of B&kar  and Stanloy streots. Visting brethren cordially  invited. Chris Lnft, president;, H. Smolser, financial and recording secretary, a*  LA8TERERS'.UNION���The*O. P. I. A. Nr.  172. moets every Monday evening in  the  Elliot block, corner Iiaker and Stanley stroets. at -  fi o'olock.   J. 'IJ.  MftVAr,   president: William  Vice, secretary, P. O. Box 610.'  ''���-��� *#*���;  ���-W  ������    ^   r  * */    v2&  ' j ��*'^  ��� TiZ,  ^  FRATERNAL,' SOOIETIEfl.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23,"A. V. 8cA.it  Meets eooond Wednesday in oaeh month.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodge, No  86, Knights of Pythias, meets ln LO. O.F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, visiting Knights  cordially Invited to attend. F. J. Bradley, C. (;.;  J. A. Paquette, R. of ft. & S.  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.-  Hold their regular meetings on the first ai.d  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights are cordially invited to attend. G. A.  Brown. R. IC; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel.  D. S. C.    '  NELSON la. O. L.. No. 1692. moots In L O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets,  1st and 8rd Friday of eaoh month. vtslU-g  brethern oordlally invited. W. W. Bradley; ,W  M, A. Minty. Recording-Secretary.  CORPORATION OFTHE CITY 0F NELSON  APPLICATIONS WANTED/  The undersigned has been authorized by  rosolution of the city council to ask for applications for the position of chief of the Fire Dopai t<-  mont of the City of Nelson. Applicants will  stale ago, nativity, experience and where,  whether married or single, and give recommendations from chief ����� of dopartuont wheio  now employed and from underwriters. Mark  applications: "Application for Chief of Firo I >e-  partmenl." and address  J. K. STRACHAN. City Clerk, Nelson. B. V.  Dated January 2nd, 1901,. .;;  Notice of Application to Transfer a  License.  Notice is horeby given that I intend to apply  at tho next sitting ot tbe Board of License Commissioners of the City of Nelson for permission to  transfor my retail liquor license, forthe premises  situate on llio cast half of Lot 4, Block 2,' in tlie  City of Nelson, and known as the Grand Hotel,  to Gustavus Nelson.       . JOHN BLOMBERG.  Dated at Nelsou, B. C, this 3rd'day of January,  1901.       ..'.-"���,���.  Witness: Thomab Symks.  Notice of Application to Transfer a  .y  ~ y _7:)'7" 'License. ���*  Notice is hereby given that I intend-to apply at  the next sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners of the City of Nelson for permission  to transfer my retail liquor ��� license for the premises situate on the wost half .of Lot I.' Block !. in  tho City of Nelsou, and known ks the Glue Pot  saloon, to Thomas Sproatt.      GUS. NKLSON.  Dated at Nelson, BY C, this 3rd day of January,  1901.    *     *    .    *     ,      .,      .. .*   .*..** ;-���' ���:��� X :-X7r  Witness: John Blombero. "; " V  .,���.;_;      notice,     y  Rossland, B, C, November 9th, 1900.  ToF.B. Salisbury:^      ���.*-'.:���'   ^     -'j'-  Notice is hereby given tbatl, William Griffiths,  intend to claim the Interests In the following  named mineral claims formerly, held by F. B.  Salisbury, on whioh he has neglected to pay his  share ot the expenses of the annual assessment  work.  To wit: ,:'.*.���.  :���.���.*���..'   a  A one-half (J) interest in the "Bunker Hill"  mineralclaim.        -   -  A one-half (J) Interest in the "Sullivan" mineral  olaim.  A one-half (J) Interestin the "Fidelity" minora.  claim. .**-..*  - All the adjoining claims,- ltuated on the west  fork of tho north fork of Salmon river, ln the  Nelson Mining Division,  This action Is taken under Section 11 of Chap-  tar 45. of the statutes of 1899 and amendments of  MOD. WILLIAM B. TOWNfeEND,  |A#eufc for William arUtiUaS, *c  **\     arf  m  ���t  \lr  THE TRIBUNE: NEL80NrBr^r^fe^HSDA,Y   FEBRUARY 9 1901  Assayers Supplies  We carry in stock a full line of Assayers' and Chemists'  Supplies. The quality of our g.ods cannot be excelled  and our prices are  reasonable. **"     - ~ * ���    =  We ar* Brltlah Co:u*oi^la Agents for       i^  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOOK NELSON,   B. C.  The Nelson Clothing House  Great Slaughter Sale..  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS. ��  Iu order to make room for Spring Goods, I have decided to soil for tho next thirty days all  ��� ft  offered in the Kootenays. My stock is all new and up-to-dato and tho sale is gcnuino, so now avail  yo.irself of the best opportunity to get good goods at less than wholesale prices. Remember this Is  for only 30 days. ________���___________���_  J.  A.   aiUKER,   Proprietor.  from 75e to $3.50.  NOTICE  ���r.   h  Notice is hereby given that in virtue of the Act of  the Dominion Parliament, 63 and 64 victoria, Chapter  108 and Chapter 104, the name of  , THE MERCHANTS' BANK OF HALIFAX  ..        r      -     - will be changed to  ftbe IRosal .Bank of Canaba  from and after   ' ���y  the Second day of January! 1001.  Halifax, 1st November, 1900.  E. L. PEASE,  General Manager.'  For the balance of this month we are offering special reductions in  Carvers, Ladies Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  a" /  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVORES  AND- ETCHINGS  ���;;of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase ���  - ; of two packages ;of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  Houston Block.  Telephoneiei.  P. O. Box 176.  joiii��iN(i % m  V   ���'  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  < , -   Inside' Dpors '--  . -  ���-.-;���    Screen Doors . ,-, '  .,"': .^Windows  Inside Finish  , local and coast.  Flooring ., -',',  ' looal and ooasb.  Newel Posts  Stair-Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Bough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds. "  a WHAT TOU WANT IB NOT IN STOCK  Wl WILL HAKE IT VOR TOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  REAL ESTATE AND.  INSURANCE AGENT8  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  ._.--. ________  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  ���    (LIMITED)  CORNER OB' *  HKNDRYX AND VERNON 8TRKET8  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  > ���  A-1 White Pine Lurqber Always in  StocK>  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 Lumber Go. Ltd.  Compound  - Offlco on Baker Street, -wost of Stanley* Street  -     ->".-'        NELSON.'  0. D,.d/CHRISTIE  General Broker   ���  ', FIRE,' LIFE AND  *    ACCIDENT INSURANCE  Money to loan at S% or on the Installment plan.  For Bale  The Haywood place.  Price and terms on application.  3 fifty foot lots on Robson street  f8M 00  2 twenty-five foot lots, ObservatorySt.... 600 00  -A25-foot lot-opposite the-Phalr-Hotelrft   ���-��� ���  bargain 050 00  Several other good buys aro on my list.  For Kent.  7 Room House, Carbonate Street ..*|30.00  0 Room House, Mill Stroet  25.00  A Ground-Floor Offlco  25.00  1 Room Cottage 12 50  Tho Hayward place.  Cabins for ront.  See my list of Real Estate.  AUCTION SALE  IMPROVED REAL E3TATE AND  HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE.  Syrup  ��� ���  Acting tinder Instructions from T. H. Graham,  thu undersigned will oifer for sale u very desirable 7-room cottage on Hobson'street, together  witli a completo assortment of household  furniture on  Tuesday, February 12th, at 2 o'olook p m.  The cottago is designated as No. 176, Robson  street, near Stanley, and is built upon a lot 50 by  120 feet. It is fitted with hot and cold water,  bath and all modern improvements, and tho lot  is fenced, containing a lawn and garden.  The properly and furniture may be inspected  on the morning of salo.  OF WHITE PINE AND TAR  WILL  CURE YOUR COLO.  , Remember ihe new stand  at Corner of Ward  aijd Baker Streets.  COME AND SEK US.'  Teiims.���On the real estate: One-third cash,  one third in six months, and balance in twelve  months.  Terms on housohold furniture, cash.  FOR FURTHER IWRTICOI.AUS APl'I.V TO  CHAS. A.  NKLSON, B. C.  WATERMAN & CO.  AUCTIONEERS.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Born, in Nelson, yesterday to Mrs.  A. P. Hebden, Stanley street; a son.  * Dr. W. J. Harvey, the optician,  has extended his visit in Nelson and  may be consulted at McLean's drug  store, where he will be until Saturday, February 16 th.  There is excellent skating on the  river just west of the local shipyards of the C. P. R. Tlie ice is  over two inches thick and is very  smooth. The sheet is about a mile  long. Many -skaters . visited it  yesterday. . ' , ��  Rev. R. B. Blyth will occupy the  pulpit of the Emmanuel Congregational church Sunday evening. The  subject bf his sermon is "A (Jail to  Service." The meeting promises to  be an interesting one. > The choir is  preparing appropriate music.  Dan Gallagher, who was arrested  at Fairview on-Thursday for being  drunk'-and" causing a disturbance,  came before stipendiary magistrate  Crease yesterday, afternoon. He  was found guilty and fined SlO.or  20 days. At a late hour last evening he had hot paid his fine.      ---  The;cold weather has formed considerable-ice' on the Arrow lakes  and passenger and freight traffic ;.is  'eonssequently /hindered.,���   For'the  past few. iiiglits the boat coming,  from"Arrowhead 'to make conned-,  tions ;with ttie .evening -train from  Rossland at ^ Robson has been '.behind time nearly, an hour.  ,.      ' '[ -_  . The.jC. P. R., >-telegraph com pany "  made* a record-breaker in sending  and-receiving'a .reply to a dispatch  yesterday afternoon.'. The dispatch-  was' filed, at. thef'office"- by R.* H."  Williams attwo minutes past three  for a business firm  at Victoria and  the reply from it was  delivered  to  Mr. Williams at 3:13,"thus requiring  only eleven minutes for the' entire  transaction.  Some time ago city clerkStracban  communicated with the officials of  the various towns and cities of the  province asking them to co-operate  with Nelson.in urging the government to legislate concerning compulsory . vaccination. -He has ire-  plies to nearly all the letters that  he sent out and all state'that action will be taken concerning the  matter at once. _.    , "'  A mass meeting of all the congregations of the various churches  will be held at the Congregational  churcju at 3:45 o'clock Sunday afternoon. The principal feature of the  meeting will be the address on  "Sunday Observance" delivered by  Rev. Mr. Shearer, secretary of the  Dominion Lord's Day Alliance.  Rev. H. S. Akehurst will preside  and special music will be rendered  by the choir.  Harry Howard, who "was committed for trial on the charge of attempting to kill Annie Howard at  Kitchener last week and who is now  locked iip in the provincial jail, has  been arraigned for a speedy, trial.  When his case comes up the charge  will be changed to "intent to do  grievous bodily harm to the said  Annie Howard." The prisoner has  said that he would plead guilty to  the last charge.  H. E. Price of Quebec, accompanied by his clerks, P. G. Owen  and S. Smithson, arrived in Nelson  last evening. Mr. Price is interested  in the Pyritic Smelter Company' of  Greenwood. His brother, who is a  millionaire, is furnishing a greater  portion of tho money for the erection of the smelter. Mr. Price is  making a trip of inspection to' the  property and will report to his  brother on the progress of the  work.  Canada Drug SBooECo.  Umltftd.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  ���^BoattHflffun*- Day -Sohool-fer Girls*  Will t&-  opon January 15th. Terms moderate. For term i  and prospectus apply to  tf ADAMOISELLE KEEN, Principal  Curling Last Night.  Two games of curling were played  at the rink last evening. In the  game between the rinks skipped by  G. O. Buchanan and W. W. Beer  the score stood 13 points to 3 in  favor of Buchanan's rink. In the  other game' Tamblyn's rink went  way behind and lost by 10 points.  The line-up and result of the game  was as follows:  "D. S." Stanley G. C. Hodgo  C. Morrison J. H. Fox   ���  Frank Tamblyn E.T.Walley ,     _  J. H, Wallace, skip, 2. W. Richardson. Otis, ��,  SUPREME COURT BUSINESS  "J      "--��      -*" - -"   ���*���*  '   ;**������~���    > v N-   --  Brackman '& J��er. vs.. Oppenheimer.  - The case bf Brackman &. Ker vs.  Oppenheime'iy "w^ich was opened on  Thursday beforevthe supreme court  now in session "here, occupied the  whole day yesterday and will not  be finished until  about 4 o'clock  this   afternoon.- * When  court   adjourned at 4:30 p. in. yesterday the  hearing of the evidence had just  been completed.     When  court is  resumed at 11'o'clock this morning  the counsellors conducting the case  will address the jury.     The evidence  taken at the   two_ sessions  yesterday   wasx for   the    defence.  The witnesses who were called were  P.J.  Russell.'S. W. Taylor, Fred  Ruling,   F.-  'W.., Dickie,    Manuel  Oppenheimer. and Joseph. Oppenheimer. - Jose'pir-Oppenheimer was  the 'chiefs witness, as this i.. the  party whonr it is alleged did not  carry out his agreement to supply  the plaintiff with thirty-seven carloads of hay.yHe'told of the letter  that, had been:; written- and also  pointed out"what transactions had  takeh'place'betweeu ther plaintiffs  and defendant*^ .IThe whole contest  .seems to center .around the phrase  "bought on; board of cars," which  was contained in the several letters  written by ttie"parties concerned,  iri the suit.';; The' evidence7, of the���  other 'witnesses'1 bore - directly on  this   point:x" Ttie; "case is a com-'  plicated one^as'-itc'involves many  'departments of the law in connection * with commerce. Y    y ' ��� r  _ Court will beTcalled at 10:30^ but-?  from; that- .time'"until 11   o'clock!  several matters in* connection with?  chambers work will be disposed of.-  When court isYfeopened on Monday morning the, remaining cases  will be heard in the following order:  Fawcett vs. C. P^-R., McLaren vs.  Billings, West vsiYBuchanan,' Briggs'  vs. Newswander, Wigen ..vs. 'Nelson'  & Bedlington  Railway   Company,"  Marino vs. Alexander and Harris  vs. Pitts. \.       ^  H. E. Beaaley was to have" been  examined for discovery yesterday  afternoon in the'case of Fawcett  vs. C: P. R., but the court .was adjourned until this morning because  P. E. Davis of Vancouver,"-who'is  conducting the case on.behalf of  the C. P. R., did riot arrive in Nelson  uritiriate^last evening. - -   ��� ' ".   ���'"  Carnival to Aid Hospital.  Arrangements are rapidly ~being  completed for the fancy dress carnival in aid of the general hospital  fund, which will-be held "at the  rink Wednesday, February 13th. A  list of prizes has already been made  out and is as follows: "Lady's best  costume, Scotch . pebble brooch ;  gentleman's best costume, sterling  silver stamp box; girl's best  costume, finger-purBe, with silver  initial; boy's best, costume, knife;  iriost original costume, (lady's, or  gentleman's) brass clock'; most  originalJ_costume - (girl's or ��� boy's)  gold pin.   PERSONAL.  C. R. Stewart of the Silver Hill  mine on Crawford bay i-j registered at the Tremont.  -W. M. Hemell of-Sandon and F.  W.  Russell of Spokane aro registered at the  Queen's.  mfgfft.  EEC.   BTBBS   <_c  OO.  .. _sr__ii_so2sr  KASLO  s_^-_sr__)0_s*r  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUN8 AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  Store. Corner Baker and Josephine Sheet  TELEPHONE 27  Hockey in New York.  New York, February|8.���In a remarkably daring arid scientific  hockey game in this city tonight  the crack seven representing the  Montreal Skating Club defeated the  New York Athletic club" hockey  team by a score of 6 tori.  BUSINESS  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 & Co.  To let���Furnished rooms -in Carney block.  Reasonable rates.  Hack   calls left at. the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vornou street. Telephone  oallSS. - .  For Rent.���Two fine offices centrally located. Apply to A. HrBuchanan, Bank  of Montreal.  - Two large, well-furnished- rooms  to let. 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 321 Josephine streot, four doors above Silica  street.  Mrs. Blaney. ^   - , -  Wauted���A girl for general housework. Apply to Mrs. T. M..Ward, corner'of  Viotorla and Josephine stroets.      t j_  Wanted���Board' and*" lodging in  P'lvate family for bor (attending school. State  terms to Fred Adie, waneta. B. C.  .  Milk-business for sale"���The only  duiry in Fernln. 20 cows. ���- Will be sold at a bar-"  guln.-Apply D.J.-Whitney, Fernie, B. C.  For    Sale    Cheap���New    cabin'  handy to smelter. Apply "to George F. Motion,  at Neleon Wine Company's store.,  -    __^  '   "New -lot  just Jto.vyForV fresh  randies, fruits, nuts, etc.," call at-the Bon Ton  Cnnfeotlonory, Baker street, Miss A. h. Kllnk-  ���witz.    -     -,- ^ ^u     -   r  .   ,     ���    /-  ���- Complete life-of queen. .Victoria.  Best book. Best terms. Outfit mailed' on receipt  of 15 cents. , Address ti. C, Miller 8c Co , Portland,  Oregon.   _     -_.      ,-"   Y'^_ ���"*   [   r J  Eight-roomed housej partly furnished, to rent ln the Hume Addition, either to  one or two families. Apply Mrs, Hart-wig, Hume  Addition. :    ,a   *     - -:y   ^--      ,*��/>  v 'Wanted���Active, -steady   young  man for porter at the general'hospital. -Apply  between 11 and 12 a. m, to Mr.. Swannell, room  -6, Turner Boeckh blook. ' -  "*���-   -_..     -   '  - -To Let���Houseon .corner of-Victoria and Cedar, streets. S1t rooms", bathroom  and modorn conveniences. Rent $25.'- Apply to  A, K. Coxhoad. next door on Cedar street.  For Sale���Moving picture machine  and Btereoptlcon combined. Films elghtyY Boer  war slides. Every thing complete. Never been  used. Great bargain. Apply ^'Picture" Tribune  offlco. - ^   ���     , i,- ���-  ���$100,000.    -I want a gold ..mine  netting SIOO.GOO annually.- Free milling gold properties, wanted. Send price, terms, 'full report,  etc. to Andrew F. Rosenberger, Room 4, K-'W'-C  .Block, Nelsou.   Telephone 104.-.  Miss Von Der Werth���Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Gives'advice  on commercial business and mining;,reunites  'unhappy lovers and broken-up-families. 'Room  I, over Thomson Stationery Company. '  House for rent���Newly furnished;  good plumbing; convenient location.   Snaps for  eginners.  An opportunity to apply pare of  rent to purchase of furniture.  Apply on ���premises to Mrs.  Sanderson, Carbonate street near  -Josephine,-or H. R. Cameron.���==���=*���--.���r���f=   For Sale���120 acres of first-class  agricultural and gi  "   "maylc^        Price and terms reasonable,  arden land, 12 miles from Nel-  ake.   Will sell lu 10, 30 or 40  .     orms reasonable.  Apply  Rosenberger, room i, K-W-C  W. E. Boie, the well-known mining man, returned to Nelson from Slocan City  yesterday.  E. P. Davis of Vancouver, the C.  P. R.'s solicitor, arrived In tho city last evening.  He is stopping ab tho Phair. "  J. M. Young of Toronto and C. E.  Cornell of Rossland and o: H. Winter of Montreal are registered at the Phair.  H.*B. Gilmore of'Vancouver, J. 6.  Bylerof San Francisco and G. A. Mitcholl of  Rossland are registered at the Hume.  G. C. Williams, a pioneer of the  province, leaves Nelson this morning on an extended tiip to the principal points of interestin  Kurope.  Mr. and Mrs. W. G-. Lillie have  returned from their wedding-'tour. They will  reside at the Hume until Mr. Lillie's residence  on Mill street is completed. -  ���   F, E. Hobbs of Revelstoke, the  chief engineer of the C. P. R.. arrived in tho city  lost evening. He will attend the launching of  tho new tug tomonow.  -   Constable J. W.Isan of Creston,  who has been in tho city for a law days, returns  home this morning." He %lll return on Wednea-  -day as he is 'a witness ln the case- ef VVigon . s,  son on Kootena;  acre tracts. Pr;  or address A.. F.  Blook, Nelson.  The Prospectors' Exchange is the  only place in British Columbia whoro prospectors  can exhibit samples of thoir ore to the mining  publio. Send samples of your ore for exhibition.  No charges made for exhibiting your ore-and  listing your property. Room 4. K-W-C Block,  Nelson.  Telephone 101. < -  Consult W, J. Harvey, F. O. M. O.  I.. Professor of Opthalmology, Dostor of Optics  and Scientific Optician, about thoso headaches,  pains in tlio eyes, eyes crossed or diverged, visual  defects on tbe fitting of spoctacjes that are absolutely correct, at McLean's drug store until February 10th. Hours 10 to 12 and 2 to 5.  T. W. Bain, chief of police, Revelstoke, in his letter to W. Harvor, F. O. M. C. I���  makes the following statement: It is with pleasure that I testify to tbe oxaotness of the speota-  vlos which you fitted for me, as they are much  better than anything that I have previously  worn and give mo entlro satisfaction for the  purpose for which they were adjusted: and I  take this opportunity of thanking you for the  assistance which you have rendered me.  SUNDAY OBSERVANCE  Rev. J. G. Shearer, traveling  secretary of   the   Dominion . -  - Lord's Day Alliance will hold  services in"Nelson on Sunday,  February 10 th as follows:'  First Baptist church atll a.m.  Congregational church���mass   .  meeting at 3:45 at which Rev.  H. S. Akehurst will preside.  St. Paul's Presbyterian church  at 7:30 p.m.  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 IO K-W-C Baker Street  -      '  m         '    f  . t  *^__t^^ M_\.\.\\  llimiSB-kw  ���  yjr      ��- 7<   T*  S'^li  IfnOv f  -'; /->-/>_#  ���i- "J* ^*_)i!  IN-*:\\ ..  '1 1'   W"  /   - -- jffj  f/faMu  fr\    '  'W^  JS  1 :]".  A  "a    /  ���pr   "t"f a. i  jq��J  '���>\EJy' ->*  1&7 A  yi-. ' ��  _���''*.- A"-  */_a!**'^    i  -^^^u^^*  zZ5��  .             .  -  TwoSouls  With but a single thought, -  To give best values ever bough.  1 _AU shoes may look alike to some  people. .Take our.$4 00 and $6.00  shoes for instance/ They are not  just like other shoes. r They have  got that swell, distinctive''comfortable look about them,    -- -   '  i'. -"���������    jiT-.     ri,L.^,,-,f-..  i-  .   . L, l _   -    ^-V    _ ^       " i     _  CALL  AND  INSPECT.  t ���  Made iq two Minutes  "ft -.-  - BY ADDING  .A-PINT,OP BOiLING WATER  THE CONTENTS OP A.  :���   ���  12^  CENT PACKAGE OP JELLY POWDER  YOU HAVE A  t ���  Pint of Delicious Jelly  ANY FLAVOR YOU WISH.  ��� ���  WM. HUNTER & CO.  Groceries and Crockery.  REMOVAL  The Gait Coal office has been  removed to the Ward building, on Baker street���two  doors west O. P. R. offices.  A full supply of Gait Coal  now on hand.  W. P. TIERNEY,  Telephone No. 265     General Agent.  O. W. West & Co.  BodUogton 8c Nelson Railroad Cofnpany, vfaloh J the Slat inatapt, are Invited-to communicate at  will come before tbe supreme court uu-J- ��� fence with tho P-ownclal Seeratery. '  SOUTH AFRICAN CANADIAN CONTINGENT.  j-ll mombets of the British Columbia .Volun-  jteer forces recently returned from Africi, who  would like to join in forming a Guard o-Kdnor,  at-the opening of tho Provincial Legislature, on   ill a__.a._   a ,...._._.  COALi!     WOOD I  Surpassing  Display in  Fall Suitings  All the fashionable creations  in Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of Scotch and ;- Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street).  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager.  Hard Coal  Antbraolte  $10.751 a'81*8*  aDHUji-v-aaaHiD  $6.15  AGENTS IMPERIAL OK. COMPANY, IffD.  No oMer can be aooepted unless accompanied  hf cash.. -      _   ,    -  .   . .  Offloe:  Corner of Hall  and Baker Streeta.  TELEPHONE 33.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  Large stock of high-class Imported sooda. A  ���specialty of the eauare shoulder���the latest)  fMhion In coats.

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