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 . --- -*- '? ��� i .-y?*,  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL   '  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR- "  -*#���:  NINTH YEAR  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  INCREASING THE CAPACITY  OF' THEIR   PLANT   WITH  MACHINERY.  NEW  Dominion Copper Company Preparing  -'for a Busy Season���Boundary  Mines and Smelters.  - George O. .Bradley, mechanical  engineer -.'and manager pi  Bi-adley Engineering and Machi  'Company of, Spokane, who arrived  in thecity Tuesday evening from  Phoenix, had that day closed a deal-  ���with the Dominion Copper Company  for a large quantity of mining  machinery. The company controls  the well known Stemwinder-and  Brooklyn groups."For the Brooklyn  mino they purchased a double 12x16  geared friction drum hoist, and also  a hoist of the same stee for the  Stemwinder property. -A 350-horse-  power boiler is also included in the  purchase and this will be placed on  the boundary line between the two  claims so that both hoists can ' be  operated from the - same point. In  connection with' the hoists they  have' purchased a skip of the' automatic safety-pattern- which will  bring the ore from the mine and  discharge it directly, in the receiv-  - ing bins' iThe*-~ainprovements * will  . also consist of -other machinery and  the whole undertaking-will'-'probably amount to $75,000.', -/* v  -' Both u of pthese ? properties I have  been'well developed and^a depth of  ' 300 to 400 feet, has been obtained  on each'.  'There is a large quantity  _ of good pay; ore\ in sight, and from  500 to 000 tons" have beeriY placed on  . the dump.Y'iWhen the new machinery, which 'ynll "* be - shipped', to, the  property at once, is installed and  pperating-a^much' 'larger'qiiantity.  of ore will be removed^ "For some  time past' development has been  .carried on actively and,'every thing  is now in���'readiness.to 'make the  properties;large shippers. ' "_ ' /  % The Bradley cqmpany^do a large  business in this -province, and during the past yeai\a lairgequantityof  machinery has been shipped'to different mines of 'this district. - It is  _the company that -placed the concentrator at .the Highland -mine at  Ainsworth, which is probably one  ot the best' mills in'the Kootenays.  Not a hitch has occurred since it  was put into' operation a month or  so ago"; -~ y  '      y _"  y ��� '  In' speaking" of, the condition - ofi  mining   affairs   in   the   Boundary  country Mr. Bradley said that it  'appeared to be the most active district���in���British���Columbia���at-^the-  present 'time.    Oh' all the-properties work  is progressing steadily  'and in. many cases the forces are  being increased.  At Grand Forks the Knob Hill  and Ironsides mines are undergoing  a systematic development under  the management of W. Y. William.  The tunnels and shafts are being  run in such directions that an enormous , quantity. * of ore is' being  blocked out, and when once shipping is started on a large basis the  ore can be, readily removed. Not  only the properties that��� have been  mentioned, but a large number of  others are being put. into good  shape; and in the near future the  'output from that district will be  immense.'  Mr. Bradley further stated that  there was good prospects for better  smelter accommodations. The  Miner Graves syndicate, operating  the Granby smelter at Grand Forks,  is now increasing the capacity of  that institution from 600 to 1200  tons per day. They will be ready  to operate on this large scale before  long. The Standard Pyritic smelter  at Boundary Falls is nearly ready  to blow in. The B. C. Copper Company, which started smelting operations a few days ago, states that  if every thing goes well it will at  an early date increase its plant to  about 2000 tons per day. Mr. Bradley predicts that before long the  smelter capacity of the Boundary  country will reach 5000 tons per  day.  "It is also expected," said Mr.  Bradley, "that the treatment rates  "per top will be reduced to $2. This  will be brought about by the mining companies handling ore in large.  tonnage. The mineral deposit there  ia also a self-fluxing pre which can  be treated at a much7less expense.  Taking ail these facts into consideration it is safe to say that the i  and monkeysf  forest dwarfs  Boundary country will be one of  the leading mining sections of the  province in a year or two;'!  Paid Their Taxes.  London, February '20.���Advices  received here today from Mengo,  Uganda    protectorate;    say    the  trouble-threatened over the collecting of taxes has been surmounted.  The Uganda natives have paid in  full for the current year,, approximately  ��60,000.     A   considerable  portion was paid by the king.-   The  compounds surrounding the government- headquarters at. Port- Alice'  nemble a zoological garden^ the:  *ns_  including, five |eler|  b'ras,~ chimpanzees,  porcupines,, snakes  A band of Congo  .recently visited7sir:  Harry* Johnston, the special, com? 1  missibner for <��� the ^Uganda prbtec-;  torate.      They    took   home, such  glowing accounts of their reception  that   the jwhole   tribe   of. forest*:  dwarfs went to Torn on the'border:;  near Mengo and refused' to return"  tojihe forest." - They insist on projr  ceeding overland to greet the BritS  ish king - and brand as false thej  representations made.to them that:  the Bea intervenes. -   , .       y 777  Stormy Scenes in-the Reichstathv   Y  Vienna,'   February    20.���TheireY  was a repetition today of the turbulent scenes marking most of the  'sittings' of the-"feichstath, which  compelled the president to close jihe  session.- The trouble arose over the  president's statement-that he proposed to use the .right of censorship^  in "regard to interpella tions. YYTheY  Czechs ''and" 'pan-Germans "simtilfi  taheously    attempted    to    make  speeches in' .their ^respecfcive_jiari||  guage. ~'' Pandemonium'   * fbllowedj:  and - objectionable  epithets _- wer'e|  hurled broadcast.' The young Czechsi  forced their'way to the presidential  chair anil bombarded the president)  with paper   balls, * whereupon- the!  sittin gs    -were, J suspended 'J amid;  scenes of the greatest uproar  AN EXPLANATION IS ASKED  GOVERNMENT PROFESSES TO BE  STILL IN THE DARK.  Von   Waldersee's   Movements   Cause  Some Anxiety) Though Generally  -.  Thought to Be Simply a Bluff."  ''.%&*  learned by a representative" of the  i^^^a^iYPresS^  ftpyerhi&entjs without^anyxl|urtherY  official explanation of field marshal  Count i ;j:Vqn��Waide^^  planning ah * expensive" 'expedition:'  :ihYGliih**a:';Y^  '^0* receive YtomPrrt>w: ^advices YfromY  iBerlih^officialljrtsettihgY:^  motive for the recent orders issued  b^tiie^cq^  international .��fwces;Yin^Chihay Ins  fact^c&aritexi^^  ;aske<i:fft)rYin Y6rderYi^*@he^abinetf  at Friday's-meetihg may haye some  ;'aajfefSefor^fe  ,tib*ris;'biFtiie Chin^^ues^iiiiY How^'  understood ih:Dowuihg street that  Won: Waldersee's^actiorrVras Ydue Yto  ^diBsire^^M^^  ^IjTtfe'^i^iqjaf^I'lihetfi  =p^ialiyYtnevr Iior^nYTim(^ in^cali-v  ^in-rtJf~d^'(*hlii-ff!-'-rtoiiaoaVf.lift':''i  King Edward's YVisit.     " |||  London, February 20.���The announcement "of, Saturday as the date  of, king   Edward's   departure   foi|  Friedrichof has revived the stories!  that his' trip\,will be extended to  Berlin to ,_ repay- emperor William's';*  visit   to" England ' at, the'^time of^;  queen Victoria's death and^thatrhe*  will go thence-to Denmark."v>Mt1  present, however," his majesty hasj;  no intention of so' doing. , He Willi  merely pay a'strictly private visitf  to the dowager empress Frederick^  He will not be accompanied by the;  queen.   It is probable that at-the  end of March' king   Edward. an&Y  queen Alexandra will go to Copenhagen, whence king Edward willii  visit prince Henry' of Prussia~-at';  Kiel. y   .'���    "      , : 'A7  f&eluigjtl^;^^  Chinese ������finesse-* with'-* similar -weajK  ^ns^^^e^ni^r^t^^^^mN^-  said an offieial_tothe representative  l^^h^^^c^  ;;wieldy and is composed;of so many  different sections and sub-sections  lih^dipioi^  |ibiqn"^i^^  -jlasii|^e^h^  :Ghinese��sd*-uifi^  5*yi^dbis*nqtiTeb^  5gp^j^Tvd<^u^bn��pbY��^  ^or^TSali^jir^ih-;8pitefofY^hisYproj  fessed ignorance .-and the inquiry  at^.Berlin.'was fairly well informed  jasfto^e>tn^in  IvohSWalders^s^^eht borders; A- 77.  Bob"���so called -because he never  goes to front doors during his begging trips, knowing very well that  the -kitchen, which contains the  food, is in the rear���thought up a  great scheme. He 'got the tramps  together and, much against'their  will, hypnotized them into working.  With old pieces bf wood, shingles,  tin and iron, they put together under his direction a.building nearby,  which is known" as the "Tramps'^  Home." The interior provides room  ;fpfe;it:wen^^  ^eyery nij^t^^reybhie^hoboes^Tmfeett  Jand *jf s^ap |remiSs*Mriees. ;Y*Y;Af milkf ?  eiW^fstole'n^  as^��s1j^ye!^  v6ut and the bottom punched full of;  holes and set oh bricks so as to form;  ;'{ajgi��te^or|b^  Yfrbmg|he|^ilrqadl^  .ing been located close to��� the tracks.  ^sbrthai|aiii:th^^amps Shave^tbY'dbY  .'T;.V;��rf.if.iiv..riV:*'liU>*avli-'��*Vf XrX--'~. ������ ~i_X ������������ ���������r.:,-.-, \  when a-coaltram passes is to make  a. diyea^iitTmthvpicks and shovels^  yvB^l^b^B^^fl^Yhis" fellqw=  ;hbh^-*3YhM^built^*h^pla^  }^ize^hi^irlt��Jgqing YtoNewSYbrt^  }N^Sthi9l^OTn<^be^  ^'alone^ani-negcj^^^ ;  Itram^^y^H^dqesn'^  |mqnjey^^The^&mp^^  ?cigarettes^f|etf^  ^^^qld|?^at^Th6se:T'^^  ^���^ngg^^aUi^^give^  Iwpri^ol^iM*^^  ^���c^l^Wlien|th^;h^e^  "stunt", they are allowed a sleeping  tpl^ettnYt^  ::stb^'dSisS^sS|^l^yY:^T:iY:y  ' ^^imz:       '' " "'"J"' ���-"-"-"  THE DUKE OF YORK'S VISIT  PREPARATIONS BEING MADE FOR  .   HIS RECEPTION.  A Medical Student in Trouble���General.Telegraphic News From  *^-iMdz^Mi/y:*Februa^*2*0^  Dublin   in   still 'linnertAiti  As to thin  IS IN PRETORIA  DEWET 8UJPPOSBD-TO HAVE AGAIN  ,>,*5-=n  .:-"--'^** i r-:^^+***> i**r;^Kv-*i-.*^-vfvfc--'^f; - **��  and|Ki^;Tw(^er^  ���tkSXXXfXacX  Reports From the Isthmus.     ''  Kingston,    Jamaica, - ./February"  ^0.���The British steamer Louisiana  from Colon reports that' when she  left   there   on   Monday  the rebel  forces still held their position in the  vicinity of  the , railway  between  Colon and Panama, but that there,  had been no serious fighting.   Liberal sympathizers attempted to set'  fire to the town of Bocas del Torb.  a fortnight,ago.   A;policeman discovered the plot just as the powder-  train was about to be ignited.   The -  discovery , created   consternation'.  The streets are now patrolled nightly by the business men of the community, which includes many Americans.       Will Send a Crew.  London, February 20.--The definite decision of the University of  Pennsylvania to send a crew to  compete at the Henley regatta in  July is hailed in rowing circles as  calculated to give an impetus to  foreign entries and to make the  meeting more interesting than last  year. Rowing men are much interested in an experiment of the Cambridge oarsmen, who are now training for the inter-varsity boat race  to take place March 30th. By special request of a professional athlete  the crew is attending a class for  practice of the strong men theories  of developing muscle and wind.  Charged With' Murder.  Leavenworth, Kansas, February  20.���John Hudson, the bartender  whose wife: was killed in a raid on a  Millwood ; "joint" Monday night,  came Yhere itoday and /swore out  warrants for the four farmers already under arrest charging them  with murder 'in ; the-firat degree.  William Webb, who " was wounded  in the raid, is not expected to recover.  i^^^mar^elpus^syste  qanals^thejbbi^itb^  tnci**%&n&^  251 feefe wide^witlr feidiMrbfJ10;feet  ^nd^^trav&  ^lbal^toBuJEfalq^hjless than three  Cdaysi is t^ejpian prqseh^  ehgin0eir;Bond;iahd j|Y capable .board:*  of- engiheerS'tb governor Odell;t,The  j's^i^^^b^bui^fc^ $7,000^060  Yles-^thai^prbposed^byTth^^  commission appointed by governor  iRbosevelfc.:Y The canals will be able  to c��rry^l^d00,000 tbns of freighta  season of seven months.Y For building an - Erie barge tcanal -oh, the  route favored . by , state engineer  Bond,Y$>49,00bj000; for deepening the  Oswego canal to ftYfeet, ^895,025; for  deepening the Champlain canal to  6 feet, $5^72,000; total cost, of  canal imprbvembnts,";$55,331,026.y  A :i*U-'l''A^Tjimp's���Hptel.vy?. ''%~iA  .. The pretty little suburb of Grace-  lahd.Ybetween Fanwood and *West-.  field;f.6nj the Central .Railroad of  New rJersey, has become a tramp  town. ,'. The station erected by the  railroad company has been abandoned to "hoboes;"; No mbreV doe's  fthe scurry ing commuter.chase down  to the depbt.Y'fbr his?.train. If he  did probably he would be "held-up"  by the tramjps,: Y Besides, ho' trains  - stop at Graceland now.  .- Men who work along the railroad  say that almost as many passengers  steal:rides on the Jersey--'Cehtrafs.-  coal trains as pay their fares oh the  passenger cars. They -go through  Plaihfield in hundreds. ;7 Some of  them sighted the abandoned Grace-  land railway station and > swooped  down-upon-it. They, transformed  it into a sort of club house, in which  they sat and -told lies about their  trips, and from which they sallied  forth on chicken stealing forays. A  gang qf about fifteen tramps occupied the place until a few weeks  ago. Then another detaclfment,  numbering twenty, marched down  upon ythem Ytb throw ��� them  out. After a terrible battle the  tenants were ousted and the new  men came in. ��� Out qf revenge,the  evicted ones then set fire to the  structure, and now there is little  left-of it except the walls and some |  cinders.  Then a tramp named  BMi||lps^i|gpgip  �������� 5;2^t*s&#"^ *J s-t frfc-K -yiMM.4 ���?'t't&7^xxypxyx  ^I^Nix)N^Febr^ry^'21i^Lbrdj  Kitcheners,second narrow escape  frbraf raptiire'calls YputYihey^paper;  ^amingsji^^TO"!^^  mpid;flittings::l^^^  .^^^ace^It^s^c^  Ifor- mm^YrenSaihY.ih^retqriaithan;  >: tq?|- riskYfriipsettihg Y^i^^areif lillyY  ^elabqra^d?jrtM^fi'*^  'viordl'Ki^liener^isnO^b^kYiafPre^  toria, the..inference is, that general  jD^etf l^xagairiies^p|d^fTO  YSiippqSe^^-fcqrd^  : fjurtherYitiewsY^f-;^e^  fpursiii*tof.;jgeneral3  Yt; 1 ,,;S tatements -emanatejifrbhi:^ both  ^etqria-^d'Brassels^h^  ^bn templates Y:;returnin^ ;��t��;K South  ^Africa.yit4sssaid=thati=he��hasijust=  finished writing a memorial on the  war, whichYwill be sent ;t*qthe Eu rb-  pean^'governments arid?tb 'president  .*.McKinley;; ��� [...-,,.. xAyAAAyy  Pketoiua, Febrimry^420l-yEle-  ' ports frpm LydenburgJsajy that acting president ���Schalkburger, :ad-.  dressing a gatherihgY of'! burghers  recently, told them that:hehbw;. recognized that their cause was Yqiiite  hqpeless^arid that a prolongation of  hostilities was futile.^ Personally,  he added, .he' would say thatifjsur-  render was inevitable it was foolish  to surrender in twos and threes, as  the proper course was to come; to a  general agreement- arid surrender  as a nation. * :y7.,: ;VY"?YY '  CoL.ESBURO,February" 20;-^A train  was vderailed'Yby the;YBoera! near  Jalbosch*: and" looted by natives.  Two cars were ordered out and the  Boers fired oh them," killing,, two  persons and::wbnnding>mahy.:-! ;  Capetown, FebruaryY 20.���The  body of a native who has died of  bubonic plague has been found in a  low 'quarter' ;bf the city^ This is  taken to indicate that the natives  are concealing such cases.: Y  public is still' uncertain as to the  Tex^tr^^-^ilsi^^tli^^uKo  i;and^porn^ii&  sbmeYquiajrtersY it '''is ."assiMted^tnat  the Ophir will remain at Halifax a  ,:;'mqntH:g^  Tdufc^^|jbq^;^ur^'C*a^^  *say;'tKej.rqyiaI''^  jHaHfaXr^��ebejbij;MoS^  ^Jbliny ^nadiansT j^re^uVgeYj^^tlw  Jrbyal^arliySarelrMbtYt^  :;ro'nt^j|^hffii^g:||a*hd^^  i^he^^^nn^te|qf40n^  tqba;and British Columbia should  :^'pnc(^to^^&bughj^^  general urging the king v.tb arrange  ^^tl��8.{ext^sibnj^t^  y|l^q��T6^||Fefcrua  Bank of'Montreal was this morning  ?giveS^utfe^^  jbirid^f^siejlJs^K''^  ^prbcessl^jymahufd^  ^b^lYMi^iiSj-R^ii^  tBeiieville;  pledged to prohibition and by supporting them by public sentiment  mado it certain that the government granting  prohibition would  not.be overthrown.  '.Toronto.���The late senator Price  of  Quebec   held bank and .other  stocks in the province of Ontario  worth $42,800.   The will was probated in the courts here yesterday.'  Toronto.���Dr. Leberge, medical  health officer, desires securing passage of^ a*. Dominion, law srequiring;  all meat sbldjfbrYhiraamJcbhsuii^  Ytibh:to be stamped b^YthbsYgoyerh-;  n^t^hi^cifcbrYas:]feinK|^f5r^pqdi|  ?bablesayi;SItisq^ia^^  Cthiai^le^nderi'Iand  ���the  Bank of : Montreal here,., has  been appointed a Canadian member  of the Pacific cable board with- lord  fSinfaiih*Mh**alr  xxxTxysy^. 0> :'YYY"'Y'."' '7V7.77-'77Wi7-9S77.'77l  ���y^iC'T^iA^i^bi^^  Thorburn of the ship.Ilailasays the,  ?life;buqy;inr.a*h  west coast is probably one lost from  ]thai|8tiip.(flv^  time asrthe -ship ywas leaving the  istrai^-^i^h^fells^^b^  y|lfeYjb^^vvyaii ^hrowm^t^lij^^It^^a^^  ^eyei^Te(WTO^if||f^;5lS  S^MM^ttenn^is|;m  T^elqRening:; qf ^^pmyinci^flegis^  ilatuiEe^additiona^  JOSEPH MARTIN TO RESIGN  ^  MAOPHERSON'S DEFEAT WAS TOO.  MUCH FOR HIM.  Greenwood's ,Bright. Prospects���Sm>l*  tors and Mines all. Busy���Gen^T  Y  eral Provincial News.  ^-TyyyiT^t  {-.j&^i^^  ';;c|��lTto^l^|T1tib^  ^ip^iowJ^^iifl^  signified his'irileiati^  1 'X no.*.- ��-fe&��*s5SM  added ,tq the event through ..the at- ���  ���^en^^^f|Sqjf^T^^  teers aa'gue'sts of the province." The.  'ci^w:JflhaminSjfeH?i^  ;herqesf^ahdffma^  Th^fM^j^^'evid^co;  of: the: total '��� collapse of /a "company t  ^wmcii^wo'^yearsf.^  fbm^b|!i55,0too|fiv^  assist Yin;: establishing -bigY rolling  :millsthatYwbuld do muchYto make  ?tl^Jcit5ppi^p��i^  are arran  mm  07E^jS&B^^  mbrhihg Alex Reid; a local express;  J^an,: was^yummbnedY  Patterson" to^rembye YaJa^e^.ei'^ty;  trunk from Shqrtley's store' tb Pat-'  tersoh's house. -TJie'trunk wa�� taken  ^^K'e^reai^pf^tne'?^  ^6h^|^idgb*mhgSlejFt<S in'^Ke|"f rofi'tl'  Tliel^nnkTciif ter^M^asihrc^hlt  j out ;Yand YlbadedYbh?^  and;;  7vtakeh''tq-the:dep(^^ah^  l^ngstonyij^^  jjhien'^w&b^h'^^pS^^  v hbuse" sawi him^uh^rap^^  2and5^1^ing?i^i*a-^  egrani was sent' to Belleville -/and  ,:PattOTsb^n^^  ���^inqpenedjisi^^  -:terbqrbySP^ersb  student sat?:Queen^^  Yt^y There ^  .'to^Here'^he^bb'^  ^hicK|wafeundoid3tedly Obtained  "in .some mnkhowh':wayfqrYdissec-  ^icm^uTpqsesiTrYY'YYY'.'A���'77 777 ;y;- ���;;  ;;i y Trade| and Navigation; Returns. Y  ^������t * Ottawa,' ^February : 20.-���Trade  arid navigation returns laid ori; the  table' of the house today show an  increase in imports over 1899 bf  $26,858,205 an^; in exports $32,997,-  818. The duty collected wa;s $28,!-  889,110, against $25,734,228 in 1899,  Exports to Great Britain increased  $8,044,513 and imports increased  $7,729,607. Exports to the United  States increased $23,485,502 and  imports increased $16,837,212. The  aggreate of the trade with the  United States was $178,463,401 and  with Great Britain $152,526,098.  EASTERN   CANADA TELEGRAMS.  Wouldn't Play William Tell.  New Haven, February 20y Clara  Richter deserted her husband because he insisted on, shooting an  apple- off her head twice a day in  imitation of William Tell. Richter  brought a divorce suit against her.  He testified in court that he was attracted to his wife by the nerve she  showed in allowing him to shoot  the apples off her head before they  were married, and that she never  objected to it during their courtship. Richter obtained his divorce.  His wife did not appear to contest  it. Richter is a well-known crack  shot Of a traveling company. His  wife was formerly*...Miss ,, Clara  I Hoppeike of this city. They were  Backdoor > married in 1898.  Woodstock, New -Brunswick.���  S. B. -Appleby, Liberal, was elected  by acclamation yesterday in Carle-  'ton county.  . Ottawa.���William H; Hurdman,  senior member qf the firm of Buell,  Orr & Hurdman, lumber dealers,  died today, aged 82 years.  ���:������ Ottawa.���A. K. Stewart of  Greenwood,. B. C.,. hasY been appointed to look after Canada's mining exhibit at the Glasgow exhibition.  MoNTREAii. ��� Andrew Allan of  the Allan line was reported dangerously ill yesterday, but is slightly  improved today. He is not yet out  of danger.  St. John, New Brunswick.���Robert W. Connor of this city, agent of  the Consumers' Cordage Company,  suicided yesterday in a barn attached to his residence.  Toronto.���At a meeting of the  grand council of the Royal Templars bf Ontario last night, premier  Ross said that there could be no  prohibitory law in Ontario till the  people by returning an overwhelming    number    of   representatives  many    /forJ'tHemT^:.  |%^r^||fi^ralsj^J^  ^bo^i^e^l^^^frbi^^S^  7ih^['jon0i^^  LS^iM^Yatjf"8|^m^an*^^  'throughout the day,; one each hour.";  ?Li*fc^iv^dtTt^Ss^qn^  mines, it having been found heces-.;  shaft.';. This afterhboh 1 foiir. vbodies j  Iwer^qu^^^*^^  |fle^^|rTli^*(|)iw^  Im^rmh^ah^^^raly^  : is TwlM>h^a^|fun^al|5p^e^tiiM)ug h  ^���W|f."strMlts;8&Ewfe  ���:burying*ite50wnrde*aa^*^*5^t^S^,i?^'  :Ax A:7xy it^y's|^^t8Ky y '"   |||J^DpNi^ebr^    ;_ian^eh^rgeYSd|ajSaiiw i  ^edgingiYthei^resolutions Spassedlj by|  ^l^PrbfetahtYalliahc-eYc  ^heyduke rbf5;Norfoik's ftemporalv;  ;^w^ui^enmces Tat' R^me r^ehtly,^  Tsaid ot^'miriistry. andf rbyal;^ house-:  YlioldYreg^tYthat af tabtlessi Yremark,  duringthe: jubilee should havefalleniY  from^ttfe-llipsY of7 a .citizehaqfrYaY  icbur^yYtqf^hichJItaly is bbun*&*/byY  ^q^manjy ties;xof Ysympathy; !andY  friendship.; yY:.':Yt A A "7 A xA^A.4  ^*^.T\;Russiah'TTMethods.:;";:YT'  1 "A New York tourist writes Y.to a  friend in this country the following;  experience with the Russian police::  ^YarrivedTinYMoscowT^armedyyith-ra-;  faultless passport, which'l at ^qnce  gave up to the police, according !tq  ��� regulations. On my third evening  evening in Moscow, at 10 o'clock, a  policeman; in plain . clothes summoned me from ^.the family circle  around the Saniovar and told me  that I must present myself :at the  police station at once. I begged  my host to accompany me, and told  the' policeman that we would come  without delay..'���      ���  "But you must eome with > me,"  he replied. It was a formal arrest  then.- At the station we found the  officials engaged with another case,  which kept 11s waiting an hour and  a half. Meanwhile I had been ransacking ray conscience, but could  remember, no crime that would  warrant this midnight ; arrest.  Finally, the official. at (the desk  handed me my passport with a  smile.: *' ���..','. --. .'-���"'  . "It is quite correct," he said. I  waited, wondering what was coming next. "It is all right,-1 say.  You may go," the officer graciously  repeated. ; Then my anger :rc��e.  "Did you arrest me at midnight to  tell me that?" I asked.  ��� ��� "Certainly. We were obliged to  return'the passport to you in person within three days. So we had  to summon vou tonight.",  "Good"   "Now, just keep quiet, will you?"  said the little official, severely.  "Congratulate yourself that your  passport has been found correct."  I retired, gnashing my teeth. In  the ante-chamber I found my policeman, who raised his cap and asked  for a pourboire. ���  "What!" I yelled in angry amazement. '  "But, little father, I took the  trouble to conduct you here. Are  you not going to give me the price  of a glass?"  I gave it.   ������';*  hoqnffoi^^tti^  *t?adjc|he|  vmeetingi  Yen^::^:*^  !his;resignatiqh7^  .i&Mver^I^iif&nsider^^  ::5that5yesterday^sJelecti*onf shqwedgi   I��  ^W��te|wayjfq^8*6metipd^  fcwillTtliSre^e^h^;fbr|i^^  i.'-,'Jj-'-*.',*i,i';-^tv��*T>'^MV;,^^  |tq^dec^q^hat^iU^^^  ���Jasiui^thb^^iwla^^  |th|^it;wiU|^^^|^C(^a  Jto^shbw^lm.ti:th^iw^'^  iway.fbusiness50utiof.'rRevelstokeltisy#ws*|:ii%  Yih^udedrinf^ipjlirwaicti^^  ; new^ener&Iai^  ���^/3MraxShirley?^^^  iff^Shirle^^-a^  : a';del8peratelba1adS  ;-with;a':burglarlaat:-night.:*S'*iH'i'r:?A^v^tev;s^  -fei,;.Tm^gp^  ���y>;News^Njo^;[��pmaGi^^  qial:totThe;Tribune.]yThe Jk^risongll;  ^hey^Mmited;?has.Ym*ad^  contract *wk^^ jS^hd^d^P^iWcjYvY-;  (Smelfer:Cbmp*^y^tb":shiR30bO^  mor,  ^/'AtaYcbnferenceYtoday- between'  YRi;Marp<^ev general; supiBrintendehtjY  of vthe Pacificdiyisaon ;Y^,^.Gutei;  Iiu*s,'[ engineer   of   the yKobtehay Y  division   of " the Canadian*' Pacific  ; rail way; F. H;- Oii ver,: manager 7 of  the Morrison,Mines;; AndrewYLaid: Y  law, manager of the pyritic smelter,  and H. E. Price, also bf the siyelter:  company,' it was decided to cbh- "  struct a -branch from  Greenwood .  camp spur to the Morrison mine, a  distance of one and a quarter miles.  Work starts next week and will be  rapidly   rushed   so   that shipping  facilities will ho longer'be delayed.  The Emma mine in Summit camp  has -joined the shipping list, send*-  ing out a hundred tons daily to the  pyritic smelter.  The initial 24 hours' run of the  .local smelter resulted in 300 tons of  ore being treated. The second day's  tonnage was 340 tons.  Strike in the Homestake.  ' Rossland, February 20.���An important find of ore of a pay grade  has been made in the Homestake at  a point 1218 feet from the portal of  the lower tunnel. The ore chute,  which is of pay grade, has been  drifted' on for twenty feet. The  ledge is between solid walls and is  below the area of surface disturbance, and S. W- Hall, the superintendent, is satisfied that the Homer  stake will now make a- mine. The  ledge is from fifteen to twenty feet  wide and the pay chute is at - least  five feet wide and may be wider.  The strike is important for the  reason that it is the best and largest  body of ore that has yet been  located in the south belt. It has  caused considerable ' excitement  here.        ,���������:              ��� ���  The modern plan is for a man to  be a publican and a pharisee in his  practice.        ���"      ..-.-.-..   .   , ^s^s^^s^^^^^^^^S^^^^^^^^^^^  ���wggaBttar^atta^g^e***^^  THE TRIBUNE: HELSOK B. 0. THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 21, 1901  hji  I-  5 .  ?���  J  Ik  B  -  K  i ".���  I  li  11  iff!:  ht  !��:  r4  hi!  pi  I Ml  ttu  Isl  I  Health  In every family is the very first and  most important consideration. To  establish and retain it there can-  ���nofc be anything more conducive  than appetizing and easily digested  food. Try any of tlie following  specialties.  Christie, Brown & Oo.  Rusk Biscuit.  Peek, Freen & Co.  Nursery Biscuit.  German Rusk.  Nestle's Milk Pood.  Milkmaid Brand.  .Robinson's Patent Barley.  Robinson's Patent Groats  ALL':HEWrA��lD?J FRESH  iroso^s  > i.i-  -,.- ** ..  - ,        ������������ ,   .  .t^TnE^Torohto Globe betrays-little  sympathy, for the people of Soiith-  - "ern British" Columbia in their efforts  to prevent James J. Hill - from carrying across the international boundary all the benefits attending ithe  mining and smelting'and refining  and manufacture of the ores of  British Columbia. In speaking of  the conditions which confront the  mining!-industry in the light"of  Hill's invasion, as outlined' by Mr.  : Houston in Montreal���that an al-  = Iiance,exists_between_Ythe_HilLrai]L  way trust and the United  States  smelter and lead trust;   that the  Hill   railway   feeders    favor    the  United States   smelters;  that the  lead trust has increased its charges  for refining the product of the Canadian smelters; that it has refused  to make further purchases bf Cana-  dian^ead ores; and that the. granting   of  the   Hill   railway charter  would vest the control of the only  fuel supply available for Canadian  smelting purposes in the  hands of  the same   trust���the   Globe   says:  " These are phases of the protracted  " struggle that must continue till  " mining, smelting and  refining be  " merged more closely in the matter  " matter of business management.  '" As the farmer in primitive times  " disputed with the miller, and the  " wool .grower, with the  weaver,  " over the division of the Hour and  " cloth, the miner, smelter and re-  " finer are now   contesting   on a  " gigantic scale over the respective  " profits that should fall to each."  .There is not one hint in  this  that  that the true policy of the federal  government should be along the line  offosteringthisinfantindustry,even  to   the   extent of   protecting the  local fuel supply which is necessary  to    its   existence,   and   which  -is  threatened" by   its   all   powerful  American competitors.    How can  the Globe expect the mining and  smelting and refining industry of  British' Columbia; ever ,to emerge  from   its   primitive   state   if the  government becomes committed to  the policy of chartering railways  ffhich enable rival American smel  ters to corner the only fuel supply  available to Canadian smelters;  thus forcing them out of the lead  smelting business, and thereby  compelling the owners of Canadian  lead; mines to sell in a market iu  which the United States lead trust  fixes the price? In a word, the  position taken by the Globe is that  tho immediate interests of the  shareholders of the Crow's Nest  Coal Company shall be the government's first concern, and their demands met without considering the  effect such action may have upon  the future of the mining sections  of this province, or upon the fortunes of those engaged in raining,  in smelting or in commercial pursuits in Southern British Columbia.  If   Canada,, has nothing to fear  from the threatened domination of  its railways by the great railway,  trust, how   comes   it that in the  Canadian parliament its public men  are now discussing measures of defence?   Why   does   the, Canadian  press, of all shades of politics, give  prominence to their- views, and to  the views of Canadian railway men  upon the situation?   A year ago  there was no public man in the Dominion who considered himself sufficiently secure in the confidence of  the electorate to openly advocate  the purchase of its  railways.    But  last week a motion to adjourn the  house of commons   was   made   in  order to afford an opportunity 'for  discussing the menace of the  railway   trust' to   the   well being of  Canada, when, the suggestion .was  made that the only safe .policy -for  the Dominion to pursue lay in the direction of securingcontrol of theCan-  adian Pacific railwayat an expenditure ,bf $50,000,000.   This does .not  bear outthe.contention that -there  is no uneasiness in the publie^mind  with' respect" to" the   freedom' of  Canada's" railways, and the discussion will serve a* good purpose-if .it  impressesthe fact upon the members of-parliament that-the Domin-.  ion should have some "voice in the,  management of railways rit has so  heavily subsidized. '  - If public opinion .in-the.East^re-  sents the action of .the Grand^Trunk  and'Canadian Pacific .'railway in. diverting, trade >- f rbm - the' Canadian  ports jof Montreal'and' St. John to  "rival American, ports, it is only natural .that���*public "opinion, in the  West should resent the attempts of  an alien railway trust to divert'the  business to United' States smelting  points which by right belongs to  British Columbia-smelting points.  '. If Joseph Martin carries out >his  threat and retires from public-life  as_the_resultiof-Macuherson's de-  feat in Vancouver the return-of  Garden will entirely change the  political situation. So long-, as  Martin remained as leader,' the-*  opposition following could not hope  to attain any growth.  The'Constabulary Recruits.  Those applicants of Rossland and  Nelson. for, the South Africa constabulary who are accepted will  leave 'Nelson for the- east a week  from tomorrow. The time for receiving applications' was closed  yesterday morning, and although  a record of the names of those who  sent in applications from this city  was not kept, it is estimated that  about 85 Nelson men have offered  themselves for active service. The  official physician, Dr. Kennedy of  Fort MeLeod, is expected to arrive  in the city this evening, and tomorrow, in company .with lieutenant  Beer, will leave for Rossland to recruit the men of that district. On  Thursday, February 28th, the company from Rossland and' Nelson  will be put through their pacings  here. The examination in riding  will be held at the reereationr  grounds.- Arrangements , are now  under way to give the Nelson men  a send-off. Fire chief Thompson is  oue of the applicants, and has received information from Ottawa  that his application has been accepted.        A Stormy Passage.  Queenstown, February 20.���The  Wilson line steamer Marengo, which  sailed from New York on January  22 for Newcastle, arrived here today.  28 days out.   She reports having:  had a-wild paassge.   The steamer  ran out of coal and made for this  port under canvas.   Those on board  the Marengo complain of   having  had a fearful experience. j  SUPERINTENDENT   P0WN1E.Y  William Downio of Vancouver,  who lias recently< been appointed  superintendent of the'Kootenay-  Boundary systems of the C. P. R.,  is a man who will be an undoubted  acquisition to Nelson. He is in the  prime of life', a confirmed bachelor,  practical, widely experienced in  railway matters, endowed with  good judgment, and known ns a  just mau and a sterling friend. He  is extremely thorough, and whatever he undei takes is invariably  carried to a successful conclusion.  Like all railway men who  have  risen to prominence he entered the  service as a boy.     It is  related  of  him that when a lad in the office of  general freight agent Webster,  of  the pioneer railway of Canada, the  old Northern, he came to the office  at Toronto one morning as usual.  Air. Webster was in the room and  looking up at the boy Willie said:  "It is just half past eight, I can set  my clock by you."     Immediately  the. clock   struck-the half   hour.  This characteristic, coupled   with  unflinching integrity, has been the  keynote of   his  success.   Step by  step he has advanced to important  positions, and the end is not yet.  lie became 4n due time-chief dispatcher of the Northern railway,  and afterwards was appointed to  the same office on the Northern and  Northwestern    system    at   Allan-  dale, now part of Barrie,' Ontario.  At   the Barrie station the agent  then was R. M.  Marpole, and -his  assistant   at the time was   J.  D.  ..Townley, a young man of promise.  Mr.   Marpole   drifted - into   the  world.of railway construction, and  it was  generally   considered  that  his abilities would lead him into a  wider field.  -There *'in building the  Sudbury line he met; Harry- Abbott  and-was joined later by. J. D. Town-  ley.   Mr., Abbott, soon -afterwards  .became the general manager of.the  Pacific .division .of' the' Canadian-  Pacific railwayn'at Vancouver.--He  took,his right hands,man, Mr.  Marpole, as superintendent.'- Mr. Town-  ley .received*,, the *-appointment as  accountant, .and., has ...since.prison  -higher (in . the ,,company's - service. ���  Mr.   Marpole, . fyho^ has ~ a ��7 wide -  knowledge of men, Jost no time.-ih-  drafting his early and able friend,  Mr. Downie, from i the .JNorthern  &  Northwestern railway.to, the ,C. P.  R.i-as  assistant superintendent of  the .Cascade and .Thompson sections.,  f.This,was at the time, when-the terminus, was yet only as. fai  as Port  Moody. .,',Upon,Mr.-;Marpole's elevation > to-his t, present , office* ,Mr.  Downie became superintendent and  now the latter, has ..been advanced  to   the   superintendeiicy    of    the  Kootenay aud Boundary sections.,  In,this important- section, -with  the rapidly extending; railway interests, - the 'impending   additional  construction, passenger traffic^ and  freight   growing* , by -leaps    and  bounds, it is a good feature to have  such an astute and experienced railway man.as Mr. Downie. . He" has a  wonderful power of obtaining ,the  full limit of work from - his subordinates, while at the ��� same time he  is kind and considerate.   Trainmen  have always held him. in affectionate regard. ..In their,difficulties he  is^thVfir^personrtheyTgo-to^and-  never   without    avail.    Countless  also have 'been his unostentatious  acts of charity. . In his  home life  he has been a remarkable son and  brother..    He   is. an   enthusiastic  Mason.   In.the early days of Vancouver he organized Cascade Lodge.  It soon became, and still is the banner longe of British Columbia.   It  is also told of him that his success  bringing him into high favor in the  grand lodge, some friends wanted  him to forthwith become a candidate for the grand mastership.  Hia  reply was characteristic.     "There  are others here older in Masonry  in this province than I, and  who  deserve recognition.   I cannot become a candidate now. If you want  me as an officer I am willing to  serve, but must start at the bottom  and take my turn."       ' -  mxxxxuxziuuzzuzzzizzziiixiiix'fl  Ladies' Misses' and  Children's Under-muslins  at Unheard of Prices  uiu itminimm rrmtl  to  *-*  Embroideries,  Wash' Laces and- Domestics  Greatly Reduced.  UxTxixmxzi2zzxnxz��axxzixz2zzzxnscimi  TEN DAYS SALE OF LADIES' WHITEWEAR  FOR TEN DAYS WE WILL OFFER A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WHITEWEAR AT  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  THIS LINE INCLUDES  Ladies' Nightdresses, 75 cents to $5.00  Oprset Covers, 20 cents to $1.75  Lace and Embroidered Underskirts, 75 cents to $12.00  9\  White Cambric Mu3lin, Nainsooks. Victoria Lawn, India Linens, White and Colored  Organdies, Dimities, Fancy Muslins, Plain and Dotted Swiss and Piques  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  (���VThe balance of our Winter Stock of Ladies' Tailor-made Costumes, to  to  to  to  to  to  Jackets, Capes and Skirts at Reduced Prices  3BZXZXXXZXJZZZUXXZZZZXX  Our -Winter Millinery.  Must be Cleared up in .  Order to Make Room for  Spring Styles'  Htltflfl 11 IWYflTtWT.TTTmTnff,, t'  Piped. Irvine & Go.  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C  fnrrmimnrtifrK  Euui2  Furs  We are Letting go  at Prices to Suit the  Burar <  -JITT��TTTTTTIll*y W.Hl.Tfl l���l lit,I  ^mr^^^.00^ * ^^ *00 * 0^ *0F . ^0. .00 . 0~ .00 * 00 .00 ��� 00 *00 .-^0 .00 �� 00 . . ^^*t ��� ^4l��  *^^ ��� **^Mh. ''''^���k ��� '''''''^k* *^^ ��� ^ttk* ^Al ��� 5ft", ��� ^Hk ��� ^^^* ^���'fc *^5k* ^"^^ ��� ^9*1 a^fc ^ffv  V ^^^^k     * ^m^^     . ^^^^_    r.^^^_      ._^^^*_   r_^^^_      ^b ^.     ^,^*_      5^^^_     ^^^��_       ^^k_     * ^^^^_     ._^^__       ��� _^^^k.   .^M^f  _________   <��� _______S  __________ i -^flB^k  _^^^k7   _^^^^f _________    __________��� __________   _______%_. _____m____   __________ __________   __________ ��� .^^J^ ^r  ��� *<j^"^^r JP**!*^^! ^*^^^ _^_^^ S*!9^ ^^^^ _*'-^*r' S__*".^*r J___^. ^��-^s^^''^____l'^^'*^-_^____^^'^R^^��_*^'^^^*i^^'^*��^9'*��fr,i  821. to 331 Baker Street, Kelson  .American,ar(d European Plan*.  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY KLKCTRIC1TX  AND HBATKD BY-STEAM "  85 CENTS TO fl   ,  QUEENS HOTEL  r BAKHR BTRHBT. NBEBON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large oomforteblebadrooma ,��nd nratHslaw  dining-room. Somplo rooms for commercial men.  RATES S2> PER DAY  N(rs. E. C. ClarK��i Prop  ���&ATK OF THK ROYAL HOTKL, OAtBABg  tyadden House  Baker and Warfl  Streeta, Nelaon  Tbe onli, hotel In- Nelson ttaab JhM remained  under one management alnee 1880.  -The bed-rooma are well furnished and lighted  by electricity. ._._*..  The bar Is always stocked by the best dom *���  bio and Imported' Ilqnoro and olgara. .-������ *  THOMAS HAPPEN, Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. M0MANU8,.Managor  Limited.  CHARLES: HILLYERy .< HARRY HOUSTON,     .  -  '  -  President and-.General Manager. Secretary-:Treasurer  All Communications ;to be addressed to either, of J;tte_above  "'-������.-_ '  We are prepared to Furnish:  by Rati, JBapge op.- Teams   ,. y  -   - DIMENSION LUMBER _ "  [ROUGH and DRESSED.^LUMBER,  ', LO0AL\dhd,:COAST CEILING,. /  .'=   ',   .:   ��0CAL\and COAST FLOORING A  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR:  RUSTIC} SHIPLAP,: STEPPING.,  : PINE andCEDAR CASINGS  1 DOOR,JAMBS/ WINDOW STILES ;  TURNED WORK,';BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL. POSTS >  TURNED VERANDA POSTS      >  STORE .FRONTS ���       '      .  DOORS,. WINDOWS and, GLASS:  Get Our Prices before -.- -   '   '  purchasing .elsewhere.  OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF*  Head Office at  NELSON, B.'0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  WHOLESALE TRADE  JERATED. AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPB 8c CO., LIMITED.���Cornor Vornon  J- and Cedar streets, Nelson, 'manufacturors  of and wholesale dealers in eDrated waters and  frnlt syrups.; Solo, agents tor Halcyon Spring*  mineral water. * Telephono 60.' '.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WV. TKBTZEIj & CO.���Corner Baker and  ��� ' Josephlno streets, Nelson,' wholesale deal  era In   assayers supplies.  Agent* 5 rer Denva  Eire Clay Co. ot Denver. Colorado.. ,r  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  H J.'EVANS & CO.���Baker street,-Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers..in liquors, olgara"  cement, flre.brlok and flro olay, .water plpe.and  -ateel rails, and general" commission' merohaats.  ,      ELECTRICAL .SUPPLIES.  ���p^OOTKNAY, BLKCTRIOY SUPPLY 8c  STRUCTION COMPANY-  CON-  Wholesale deal  ers ln telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc, Houston blook. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN-KER MILLING , COMPANY  '���Cereals, Flour,' Grain; Hay. Straight or  mixed * oars shipped, to. all Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Kdmonton R. R; Mills at viotoria. 'New West  -minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  * FRESH' AND' SALT HEATS.  BURNS &   CO.-Baker street.-Nolson.  ��� wholesale dealers ln fresh and oared meats.  Cold storage; r .  P.  GROCERIES.  A    MACDONALD 8c CO.-Corner Front and  ,*^^��  Ball    streeta,     wholesale  grooers -and  ���"obbera in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maoklnaws and miners' sundries. ,  OOTBNAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,, LIMI-  TED���Vernon .street, Nelson,  wholosale  grooers.  JOHN CHOLD1TOH ic CO.-Front sbreet,Nel--  ' son, wholesale grocers, 1 '  JY. GRIFFIN 8c CO.  ���  wholesale- dealers  meats, butter and eggs.  -Front street, Nel  in  provisions,' oui  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE CO.  ,************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************  Wo are offering at lowest prices the best  gratloB of Co j Ion, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Our Res'*, Mocha and Java Coffee, por  pound  9  40  Mocha and Java Hlend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Coffoo, 4 pounds  1 00  Special Hlend Coil'co, 6 pounds  1 00  Itlo Blend Coffee, G pounds  1 00  Special Blond Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. O.Box 182.  WEST.BAKER STREET,.NELSON.  *��� Bar stocked with best brandfl of wines, Baaors.  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large.oomforb-  able rooms.   VlrstMrOam tabl* boa d.  R. REISTERER & CO.  r  BBKWEBH AND BOTTUBBB 0��  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and re  dollverr to tbo tirade ~  .Brewery ai Kelson  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and Kootenay Streeto.  P. O. Bor em. <   TWIiWPHONIB NO. ��5  Home Grrown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Shrubs  Viucs, Bulbs, Hedge Plants and Seeds.  Extra choico stock of Peaob, Apricot, Plum,  fhorry and Prune Trees. New importation of  flrst-class Rhododendrons, Roses, Olfmatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.  , 80,000 to choose from. No agents or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspection charges.  Oreanhonso plums, agrioulturalimplemehts, rer-  tili-zers, beo supplies, etc, Largest nnd most  completo stock in tho province.' Send for catalogue before placing your^rders.- Address ���>. -.-.,  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  ff BYHRS fc_ CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  Markets at  Nelson,  Roaaland,  Trul, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon,  Silverton, Not  Denver, Rovelatoke,, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Oaaoade Oity, Mid  way, and Vancouver. ' y  "   . Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  1 '   '      - gg  West Kootenay ButcherGo;  ALL KINDS OV '  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL POWDER, CAPS AND PUSE,  FISH AND POULTRY IN 8EA8ON - rrAMii/roN powder coMPANY-Bakn  _ I **��� street, Nelson, 1  Baker Street, Nelson g    (J#  TRAVES.  Manager. X&8S3&f  ( J .   '    "   * ** I    MsilMOff A*QnA*F&*hT1A. 1.1  nRTlRIRH BY 14ATT, RWOIDI^I) HAFWirOIi AMD PROU^w AWTOMTION  streets, Nelaon, -wholesale dealers in 1  ware and mining supplies.    Agents tor Giant  Powder Co.   >   ,   , .  LAWRENCE ' BARDWARB    COMPANY  Baker Bt., 'Nelson, wholosale   dealers In  hardware and mining supplies, and wator and  plumbers'supplies,  . LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BEKTON 8c CO.-Corner Yornoa  A' and Josephine streets.' Nelson, wholesale  dealers In liquors, olgars and dry good*.- Agenta  far Pabat Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.-  street, Nelson, manafaotnrers of dynamite,  -'       "and black blasting powders.  ROS?3LrAlND   ENailNEBRIIVa  WORKS  cunliffe & McMillan *  Founders and Maohlnlsts, Specialty of Ore Cars, Ore-Bin Doors and General Mining Maohlnery.  Ust of second-hand maohlnery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and is as good  as new: I  1 25-H. P. Locomotive-typo boiler, with engine attached and all fittings, ready to turn on steam.  Masting apparatus. *-  blasting pov   oops and hue, ana eleotrlo  1 bi"xi." Double-Cylinder Friction Draln-Hoisr, built by Ingersoll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, Np. 6 Camoron,. New York,,  1 Sinking Pump, I0"x5"xl3", outside piwked plunger pattern. .......  Watch this advertisement for farther lists, or write us before you buy for complete list),  may have just what you want.  Agents for Northoy Pumps.  P.  O.  Box 198.  Wo  Stock carried.  THIRD  AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  w Ki^i-iT'oosTs-BUT'ONB-oBNTiaasmaaB  To drop ns a post card that we may call and  Never have any plumbing done until you  atlve estimates. It saves many dollars,  have seen our goods and our prloes.  OPPOSITE  p-wTOPwom.  STRACHAN BROTHERS* Plumbers.  ^J-HpY^ciMiver,  Whito Labor Only.  c.  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  WOOD  WORKffc*  BLACKSMITHS   AND  EXPERT H0R3E8HOEIN6.  andc  bolts  ilal attention given to all klgds of re;  1 work from cvtalde points. 1  to oMrtronshoi*? notice.  lrlng  w  p.  J. RUSSELL  Bayer and 20acporter of  RAW  FURS  HlgheBt Prloea  Prompt Ketur��8 ;  Pair Assortment  Bhlp *y Kxprew.  NEIjSOHj'B* O.  SASH:AND DOORS.  NBLSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  LIMITED-Comer Front and HaU streets.  Nelson, manafaotnrers of and wholesale Coalers  ln Bash and doorst all binds of factory work mado  to order.    v -  >  .WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINH COMPANY, LIMI-  THD���Corner Front nnd Hall sfcoote, Nolson, wholesale dealers ln wlnea (oaae.and bulk,  uiitDomwiMg and Imnorted afoars.  ANTI-CHINESE RESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a regular  meeting held on Saturday evening, December  22nd, J900. all mombers of Nelson Mlnera' Union  No. 90, W. F. M., are requested to use every  legitimate means  ' To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or Indirectly. >��� All union mon and otliors  who believe ln making this a white man's country, are requested toco operate in giving effect to  tlie aforesaid resolution.   By ordor,  NELSO.V MINERS'   UNION.  Nelson, Decembor 22nd.  The above resolution has been endorsed bv the  Trades and Labor Council of Nelson, and all  union mon, and others, in sympathy with it, are  requested' to-govern   themselves' accordingly.  .*������.������  -By order, > ���         TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF' NELSON  Nelson, December22nd.   ; '.. ', ������_*;���'"-.���  l.i  ��� ���'   '-      . '���    ���- ������ .^ ; i" ��� ��� ���!������ ���-._���.  :Ay:7y'\'_*BAi^  ���CiWART ft CARRiK-Architeota. - Rooms  �����' and 8 Abwdaro VtaA, Bakar atnat, Nelson. v^?li^^iil  THE T&IBOTE: NBLfiOK B; 0.. THWRSDAY, FEBRUARY. 21,-1901.  ^������ij^'  bam: or mwmm  CAPITAL, all paid UP��-*^S22'222'!K  RB1ST    7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDBD PBOPITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presdenb  Hon. Qeorgo A. Drummond Vico-I'residont  B. S. Clou-lion General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH   ���___ _  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches ln I<on��on (England) New'York,  Chicago, and all the prlnoipal cities ln Canada.  sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Credits,  Buy and  Transfers.  Grant  Commercial  and   Travelers'  avallablo lu any pait of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Kto.  Savings Bank Branch  ���      CURRENT RATE OF INTKRBST PAID,  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.  535SS5p>C  THE CANADIAN-  BANK OF COMMERCE  wim which is amaf-gamatkd  THE  BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.'  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  $2,500,000  $2,468,603  $1,700,000  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  88 000.000  -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox, Robt. Kllgour,  President.       Vice-Prctldcnt.  London Offloe, eo Lombard Street, BJ. O.  New York  Offloe, 16   Bxahange   Place.  nnd 61 Branches In Canada and tho  United States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present,rate  threo per cent. -  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nolson Branch.  WEDNESDAYS QUOTATIONS.  stock. Aeked.  B. O. Gold Fields ."...  Black Tail   Brandon & Golden Crown.....'...  Canadian GoldBelds Syndicate:..  Cariboo (McKinney)   Cariboo Hydraulic   Centro-Star   Crow's Nest Pass Coal   California   Deer  Trail  Consolidated   Evening Star   Fairview Corporation   Golden Star   Giant     Grunby  Smelter   Iron Mask   J im Blaine   Knob Hill '.   Montreal & London   Morning  Glory   Morrison   Mountain Lion   Noble Fivo   North Star   Old Ironsides   Olive   Payno    Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...  Ropubllc   Slocan Sovereign   Virtue -.?.   .War Eagle Consolidated   .Waterloo   White Bear   Winnipeg   Sullivan     SALES.  .   C5V) Hammond Reef   COO Cariboo-MoKinney   3000 White Bear   SOuO White Bear   3  12  8  71  4G  1 CI  1 21  70 00  S  ?  3  461  ii  !>  CO  U  ()  :8*i  H.  3J  ���JO  80  12  52  32  47  08  30  CO*  SJ  ���I  Bid  '   4  Hi  43  \ so.  1 oo  G3 00  **}  Ci  i*  '4  44}  :u  4  42  4  7  -7*  Ij  '     2J  88  "   (8  10  17  29J  44  4  .25  65  *$  4  13  H  45  a  5  poverty in Berlin.  oiit*,once in a~while  Bertha  in her  KAISER'S FAMILY HAS ITS SPOOK.  Although ^empresa.j Frederick cis  gravely ill many Germans* are1, con-  vincedvthat,9he is in*'no immediate.-  dauger-'Cof^death.   The  reason' is  cthati'the ghpst^which foretells xthe  "death of every prominent member  of.the Hohenzollern family has not  shown herself.   This ghost is the  "White Lady."    For four' hundred  "yeais she has frequently appeared  in some one of the-royal palaces" for  ���.the purpose of announcing-the forth-  -corning death of some Hohenzollern.  "���For two hundred years she appeared  only in Bohemia, .that being the  ;home of the Hohenzollerns.- In 1859  she visited .for. the first time the  _royal "palace,  in-Berlin.,,'  Alfred  Frederick was 'then   ruler'and'a'  month after the ghost appeared he  became, insane  and was deposed.-  'John Sigismund, his brother-in-law,  Succeeded him and prospered until*  ���1619,   when    one    afternoon    the  1" White Lady ,was seen rocking -the  cradle of the infant Albert.,   The  nurse fainted and in t wo weeks Sigi9-_  niund died.   In ,1667 the apparition  , appeared six weeks before the death  of George Wilhelm, and in 1688 she  'was seen on the roof of the palace  .on the night before  the ��� death of  '.the Great Elector Frederick Wil-  jhelm.  "'T'Many'years passed before~she^was:  seen again. Suddenly, in 1840, she  " showedv herself in Berlin a week before t Frederick William.' III.' died.  Ten days later a court reporter saw  her gliding through the.bedroom of  ,thei prince of Prussia, and the prince,  died a few days later. In 1879 she  appeared a fortnight before t the  death of prince Waldeinar, ,and  there is a story that she; was seen  in the palace' at BeilinC shortly  before - the r death, of ���- the , late  emperor % I. and the _ emperor Frederick. . 'iThe White  Lady" has a stately figure and is  always clothed in pure white.' It is  told that there are really two White  Ladies,, of whom - the* first' wa9  countess; Agnes of Orlamunde, a  very beautiful but immoral woman,  who flourished during the fourteenth century, A amrgrave of  Brandenburg, who was a Hohenzollern, .was. the father of. her three  sons. Her life was reasonably  happy as long as the margrave's  lawful wife lived. When that lady  died the countess insisted that the  margrave marry her,"- but he declined. Thereupon the gentle Agnes  poisoned her three boys and showed  their bodies to the margrave. Tlie  countess Agnes was buried alive in  a vault beneath the palace. Just  as they were about to wall up the  vault she swore that she would be  present at the death of every Hohenzollern forever after.  According to other, authorities,  the only genuine: "White ~ Lady" is  the ghost of Bertha von Rosenberg,  Avho died some centuries ago,; aud  who left a large sum of monejy the  income of which was to be distributed each year among the poor; An  impecunious Hohenzollern, it is  saidj -;i appropriated- theY j entire  aiiiouht to his :own purposes, and as  a consequence; there; has- been for  hundreds of years much unnecessary  cornea  grave  clothes' to look -for the stolen  money.. She always has a.bunch  of safe'. keys dangling.at her belt.  She was lastrseen. in 1870Jby a.sen-  tin^l/.who was-so scared .that'he  dropped/his musket and fled to the  guardroom. 'Ho .was arrested for  deserting his -post. _ The* emperor  does not-believe in "ghosts,<*yet he  knows" well'that the, tales told  about the "White Lady"-are not to  be lightly-dismissed as mere fiction.  Evehvif she should appear' a'few  dajrs before the death of-.the empress Frederick, it is not likely.that  "the world would be informed of ihe  event. It is safe to say that orders  have already" been issued to the  court attendants not to breathe a  word if any of them should see her.  Strikes Easily Settled.  It is not often that a labor strike  occurs in China, but when it does  the   employer   has a   most   expeditious way of settling matters.'   A  strike which occurred in Canton recently was settled by the employer  in   two- hours.     It occurred-< in -a  "sumpau" or native boat-building  ..establishment, where" about eighty  nien"were employed. ,They-receiyed  the liberal remuneration" of; 20 cents  per day, working/from daylight iri  the morning until sunset."??Even on  tliis scanty pittance* some1- of :them  actually saved money and started  establishments of- their own. ^At  the time the strike took place rice,  their staple article of "chow," be-"  came yery'dear; consequently -the  boat builders asked for a raise bf 5  cents a day.     The employer objected and at once' laid < the case before'the mandarin. < The employees  in the meantime refused to work.  After hearing what the employer  had to say the mandarin ' at once  gave him authority - to"* shoot   all  thosewhq refused to worK  Armed  with this ] authority tlie' employer  went back to his!, "yard',' and comT  menced blazing away with. his old  blunderbuss, but by the time five  of his men were stretched out the  rest were< at work and peace and  quietness prevailed.   'Of course the  mandarin had his palm well'oiled  for his advice.  D. R. Wllkle, General Managers,  B. Hay. Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Blook, 231 Baker Street  J. M. LAY.Managw*  '���^ r^:& ���^'���^ *^*^ ���^���^ '^���^ \^*^25 ��^��  ��� 't^ ���*^S�� ^^ *^S�� ^s��  ti��,G>'^^''��:"*��"  ESTABLISHED IN NELSON IN 1890  -.  '&  Saw the Kind's Ears Boxed.  "I saw the queen of England box  the.ears of the prince of Wales  just as an ordinary mother would  box the ears of her mischievous  child," said Mrs. Margaret Louisa  iTruman-of���No.--162--Fair-streetr  Trenton, when she heard of the  queen's death. She< is an*-, old  womani but her memory is vigorous  and she likes to talk of qiieen Victoria, for whom, -as a -former..subject, she has^a profound veneration.  "The first time I saw the % queen,"  she said, "was"'in '1859, ;on the  occasion of the-launching.-of the  steamship Great ^Eastern < at Holyhead. When the queen walked  down the wharf to board the vessel  she led the prince of Wales by the  hand. He was a mere . child then  and mischievous as all children that  amount to anything are at that  age. When the prince passed, the  soldiers, who were drawn up in line  as a guard to the queen, he slyly  stuck a pin into the leg of one of  them. The pain made the man  fairly yell. The queen turned  around, and, understanding that  the prince was . the cause of the  trouble, she stooped and soundly  boxed his ears. The prince cried  and begged his mother's forgiveness  through his tears."  ,    Midnight Hunts for Vagabonds.  Nightly thief and vagabond  hunting expeditions have become a  regular thing, with the Parisian  police. Vagabonds, pick-pockets,  thieves, highway robbers and  bandits from all quarters of the  globe have been pouring in on the  gay metropolis for over a year,  being attracted, in immense swarms,  by ithe Paris-exposition. 1 "; There; is \  still much work"tcTbe done before:  Paris will be thoroughly..: cleansed,"  reports the Parisian Prefect-: of;  Police Lepine; "but we hope soon_to  make Paris a safe .town* for citizens  ���at night. Sincei ^ttoy hunting expeditions havebeguriY 420i --arrests a  day have been made, and theeourt.s  in eight days, havo been imposing  as many as 20Q   heavy  sentences.  During the last twelve months the  number of arrests , has reached  140,000. Arrests for small offences  are not included in these. - ������."  "The hunting expeditions^, for  criminals begin generally! at'midnight. The policemen or gendarmes  depart from the police stations in  platoons, and then, stealing noiselessly, single file, seek the shadows  of walls and::, houses until the  suspected sneak thieves and vagrants are sighted. A ring is formed  and the suspects.are corralled. ��� At  2 a.m. police'in plain clothes are  sent out from all the stations to  finish up the work.  "At 8 o'clock the .next morning  the police prefecture is filled with  prisoners of- both sexes, and * the  court mill is ready to grind. All  those having weapons, stolen-goods  and burglars' kits and other tools  in their possession are sentenced, to  imprisonment. There are many  among those arrested, however,  who run into the arms of the police,  to get free lodging for, the .night."  ������._���_���_���__^__-���---���.        o  Marriage and Divorce Laws. -,   .  Toronto, February 20.���In view  of the Delpit marriage case...now  engaging the - attention - of the  superior court in Montreal, Prof.  Gold win Smith "in..the Sun today  denounces the marriage and divorce  laws of Canada and demands that  the civil power shall-require of all  pei'sons marrying-in Canada a civil  marriage,"which shall be' regarded  as binding in all civil courts, no  raatcer what action -the church  courts may take. Divorce, in Ythe  same way, he argues, ought to be  hi .the jurisdiction of the state so  far as its le^al-validity and- conse;  quences," including liberty' of legal  remarriage^-are concerned., He says"  divorce by. the senate is preposterous and belongs to bygone days.  I     . _    !    .  a As a rule -the laborer is worthy  "of his" hire,. but there" are cases  where1 the salary is rather, bigger  than tKe'preacher."'   '   -  '. The roots of a strong "tree do not  'make must rustle, but they dothe  hanging' ou intim^ of storm.  It is hopeless consulting the compass of conscience when you lay the  loadstone'of lust beside it.  Compound  Syrup i..  OF WHITE PINE ADD TAR  WILL CURE YOUR COLD.  Remember the new stand  at Corner of Ward  ~ arid Baker Streets.  COMB AND  SEE US.  Canada Drug & Book Co.  Limited.  MRS. CARR  LATE OP VANCOUVER  LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formerly occupied by Miss MacMlllan,  Victoria Block.  , The patronage of Nolson ladies solicited.  If you want all the Mining  News of "the Lardeau, you  must become a paid-up  reader of the  LARDEAU EAGLE  FERGUSON, II. C.  $2 per year. It fills the bill.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Boarding and Day School for Girls. Will reopen January 16th. Torms moderate. For term I  aud prospoctus apply to       J  MADAMOISELLE KERN, Principal.  THE CREAT  INVALUABLE TO  LABOR  SAVING  INVENTION  ���BUSINESS   AND   PROFESSIONAL  MBN  The Can-Dex Copying Book and InK.  Letters and other documents can he copied perfectly and quickly without tho use of water,  press, brush or moisture pad. '  JOHN BL.ANEY, Agent, Nolson, B. C.  " NOTICE.  Rossland, B, C, November 9th, 1900.  To P. B. Salisbury :  Notice Is hereby given that I, William Griffiths,  intend to claim, the interests in the following  < named mineral claims formerly held by F. B.  : Salisbury.'on which ho has neglected to pay bis  share of the oxpenses bf the annual assessment  ! work.'-. To.wit:  * '  L ���..,.  A one-half <i) interest in the ''Bunker H11V  mineral claim.  Aone half (J) interestin the "Sullivan" mineral  olaim. .......  * A one-half (J) Intereatin'the:*"FIdellty" minora,  claim. * /-** '*'  * *"' "  All the adjoining claims, Ituated on the west  fork of the north fork of. Salmon-rlyer, In the  Nelson Mining Division,'  This action Is taken under Section 11. of Chapter 45, of the statutes of 1*390 aiul amendments of  1900. .. WILLIAM B.TOWNSEND,  ���Agent torWilliam Orltfths,  to  GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARS  Jacob Dover, The Jeweler, Nelson, B. C.  PRICE LIST OF, WATCHES AND- MOVEMENTS  Vanguard Movement and imperial 30- Year Filled' Case.. $87  Crescent St., 21 Jewels, Imperial 30-Year Filled Case..\   28  P. S. Bartlett Movement, 17* Jewel Nickle Case  Appleton,Tracy Movement, 17-Jewel Silver Case  _ - v  :y  $ 8.75  20.00  to  (             We handle, all kinds'of Watches and Jewelry, and sell them to compete with'Eastern1 Prices.'*  Our Watchmaking and Jewelry department has no equalvin Kootenay.   Mail orders-receive " ���'  S  ������<'���>*>>  ���. -4  '*r*ti  to '  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler.  ' Eastern * Prices.'*     '  -_*&^ ^flHf\:p_ y.yi$  prompt and careful attention;- %M��-, '_y��&  C. P. R. Watch Inspector.   Time received- every morning from Montreal by direct wire.  -ii"  i  ;:&��:  '(=)�����?'  ���'M  m  ->���&]]?  A.&��  Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Office on Baker Street, west of Stanley Street  1   " , NELSON.  O. DY J, CHRISTIE  'General^ Broker  *���   fire/life^and "'^ %  - ' ,-; accident^-insurance:   ��� **  v Money to loan at 8% or on tho Installment plan.'  \        -For 8ale   .  ~ The Haywood placed Price and terms on application. --^ -,    ---*?J    '^      - .' .  3 fifty foot lotB on Robson street $800.00-  2 twenty-flve foot lots, Observatory St.... 600 00;  A 25-foot lot opposite tho Phair Hotel, a*    -���  "bargain.: .' *>r.....X:       '650 00  Several other good buys are on my list.' -  Y "'  '   '" _x !For' Rent.     . - '  ��  7 Room House, Carbonate Street 930.00  6 Room House, Mill Street .-. ^25.00  A Ground-Floor Office..'..".*....'. .'... 26.00  4 Room Cottage 12 SO  The Hay ward place._ Cabins for rent.  See my list of :  Estate.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  -    ' Screen Doors ,  Windows'  ,   Inside Finish,  , local and boaak  >; >,  .  , .-      Flooring:,  . looal and ooast.  Newel Posts,  Stair Bail  ������  -     Mouldings  Shingles ���,  Roughand  ������DresseuuLuinber__i���_  i of all kinds,''  W WHAT TOU WANT IS NOT, IN 0TOOK  Vii WILL MAKE IT FOB TOO  CALL AND OETPRIOBS.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKB STBEETS, NKLSON<  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNKR OF  HENDRYX ANDVaRNON BTREKTS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumbar 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 LumberOo. Ltd.  H. E. T. HAULTAIN, C. E.  bo in Prizes  )***************:** '    *" '  The census of Canada >will be taken in April, and the pop- -  ulation of the several,.incorporated cities,will,be known.a short .  time afterwards.'  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Fill, out;.blank below, in accordance with"above,  terms, and remit amount >of. subscription to  The Tribune Association, Limited  ��� l    :, ', ,  ��� ,;i NELSON, B.C.  TRADES  UNIONS.  ���M-ELSON MINERS'lUNION NO. 86,'W.'F. tt ;-   -  ���>���*   M.���Meets In miners' union rooms," north-   ~  east oorner Vlotoria and Kootenaystrceta Ye very    '���  Satnrdar evenlnK at 8-o'clook.-Visiting mem -. ~x F  bera welcome. M. R. Mowatt, President. Jame. ' '*/-  FOR   NKLSON*  men, $3.fi0  carmen, shorelera  ers, $3.00.  arw.      .  District���Per  7yiM  m  Wilkes,^Secretary.    Union Soalk OF.WiOEa-   ~ *J_J22\  "-*-*-    "        maohlne^i-^7^1  jw District���Per shift,", maohln��y*o^  hammersmen miners, ���$3.25; muckers, t-^C ^jg  >relersand other underground labor-Y.,y*~''wi  'TIRADES AND LABOR COUNCHiJ-The* -.,  '���������- lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Lai  ^7$>l  nnlon hall, }J x $��M  Btanler' -  rof eaeh*>*?  Council will be held in the miners'  O. P. R. building,  corner Bakoriand  btreets. on the first and third .Thursday  month, a< 7.30 p, m.   C. J. Clayton,-PrcaldenU' -t  ,A. T. Curie, Secretary.' '  ,,   -- _ . .t<)\." s*$$ *'-,'  its'Union-.  ipHE  ' !*.**�� ���  ,r meeting  'areiBeld'ion^<W*ednesday~eTenlng/o(��eaoh Y. -  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union hall oor-,'. ^ . f.r.  ner- Victoria and - Kootenay-Streets: ^Charles ~';J ^y^i  Clayton, President. John McLo-od, Secrotary4;, --,. 72&��   ��� *��� ��� ~ *-     "^^Ss  BARBERS' UNlON.^Nelson-Unlon. No. 19tf ot *'rl:fmj>  the In ternatlonolJournevpienY Barber g iitt-.-yzAim  ��� Ion of America,' meeta-every first and tbird'Mon- s$n':_ JfSSss  'day of eaohTmonth in Miner's Union Hal&oorneir? .1 Y.'-t 7M��  of Vlotoria and Kootenay streets, at 8:30 v.m..X\i,:^i^  .sharp.^Visiting" brothers .cordially invited to -' I'jti.  attend.- R. McMahon, president: J. Kr-Matho (" ^ Yii  son. f>ecretary-treasurar; J.C.Gardnor,recordlng,'5��-#%SiGS  secretary.  ���.      �� < *���_ _) ��� ������ - ���- -   ������*---  T .ABORBRS' UNIONP-:  J-��. teotlve Union.' No. 81!  .Miners'i,Union hall, C.t.F. *w uwU...uu,.n,.lui  Eaker���and Stanley streets, every Monday evening J > "::a}:.  at7:30p.*m. sharp. Visltlne members of the Amerl- A ,ryR  can   Federation "cordially invlteds,to attend.-  A.  J. CurleJ.President,  cording secrotary." -   r,  John i Roberta;" re-  ,TITillnnrrTTr,rnTTrTYTTTTI.imTiTTTTTrTr. n..nTTTTTmTTiuiiriin.MT���.tTT.miTmir  -t '���A    ';  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 ���,   City of Rossland j      City   of  Kaslo        City of Sandon   City of Revelstoke '��� ���'���'.��� ���  City of Grand Forks ���' ���'���  City of Phoenix '   City of Greenwood   This offer holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.   TTTTTylT^>trtTtft.lttri>ryfTTTTTTTttTTtTT^nifTtf>TT��T��TTTiy,IITtT IT * * " ' ���TTTTTTTTT1 111 Kl II kll . \ l kl T  "KTEUSON, PAINTERS' UNION-l'tajMsnlar;  �����-'   meeting> of the  Painters; ~,Union^ Upheld  the first andchird Fridays,in eaoh month afcMin-_  ers'.Unlon ball at 7:30.flharp./;J.''H;iMin*4rd,"  Presldent^WiU J.^Hato.^Seowtory.-y^^'f?^ v  COOKS'" AND*'WAITERS'/ UNIQN,i-R��Snlarv  meetings   every' -Tuesday* evenlMF; at 8 30 ���  o'clock, in Minew'Uniou'Hal't'-.cprneJs^f Baknr  and 8tanloy streets^VUting brethren cordially  invii'ed.u'Chris. Lnft, p>e8ident; H." Smelser, fin-.  ancial and rccording^BecretAry.*1 ��� _     ���- -' .  PLASTKRKRSV'UNION-The O. P. LA. No.'  172. m��fltii ev��rv Monday event  .erand Stanley  meets every Monday evening in the  >ok, corner Baker and Stanley streets, ab  8 o'clock.--1 J.i D. Vnvffi ��resident; William  Elliot block, corner 1  8 o'clock.--1 J.. D.  1      ,J.   _.  Vice, secretary, P. O, Box file.  vi I  FBATEBNAL  X NELSON LODO;  SOCIETIES.  NO.M, A.V.JCA.M  Meets Beoond Wednesday In eaoh month.  Sojourning brethren Invited. ~  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge, No  S5,_KniBhtB of Pythias; *meotB ln I. O. O. K.  er Baker and Kootenay a  ay evening at 8 o'oloo  cord laUy Invited to attend  Tuesday eveuln  streeta every  ..  lay streets, ei    .  at 8 o'clock.  Visiting KnlghU  "    H.M. Vincent C. C.  A. T. Park, K. of R. & S.  KOOTENAY 'TENT NO. 7,' K. O. T. M.-  Hold their rogular meetings on tho flrst and  third Thursdays of each month.   Visiting Sir  Knights are cordially Invited to attend.   G. A.  _BfownrR7K7;'Ar\V.TPurdyrConcrRrJrSteolr-  D. S. C. ~  meets ln I. O. O. F.   1 Kootenay streeta,  ly or each month. Vtaltlng  brethern eordlaliy Invited. W. W. Bradley. W  M, A. MInty. Recordlng-Seoretary.  ;  NELSON L. O. Ij, No. 16  Hall, oorner Bakor and  1st) and fed Friday pf  tyORRISON & CALDWELL  GROCERIES  AND  PROVISIONS  OUR LEADERS���  The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter        '.,-..  In all sized'packages and 1-pound bricks; ^ _ ���   .  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian. Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs       .  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices=  Morrison & Caldwe!!, Baker Street, Mson  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Gko. H. Lammkw8."J.1R/Cban8'j'ON, or to  any person or persons to whom he may havo  transferred his interest in tho Harvey Joy  mineral claim, at Morning ^Mountain, Nelson  Mining Division.  - j j * : \ x  ' You aro hereby notified that1'I havo expended  One Hundred Dollar* ln labor and Improvement*  upon the above mentioned mineral., claim, in  order to hold said mineral claim 'under tho  provisions of the Mineral Act), and. ifiwithin  ninety days from the dato*of���tbi8 notice you full  or refuse to'contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your interest In' said claim will become tbe  proporty of the subscriber, under section four of  an Act entltlod "An Act to Amend the Mineral  Aot, 1900." " ' "SILAS H. CROSS.  . Dated this 12th day of December. 1900.   NOTICE TO DELINQUENT C0-0WNEBS  To T. A. Sikvknbo.v, or to any porson or persons to whom ho may have traiiBforrod hN  interest iu tbo Llla mineral claim, at Morn  ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:  Yon are hereby notified that 1 have expended  tho sum of Ono Hundred and Fiftj -Seven Dollars  in  lnbor and  improvements . upon ���. Uio abovo  mentioned mineral claim, in order to hold said  minoral claim  undor tho   provisions   of   the  Mineral Act, and if within ninety days from Iho  dato of this notice you foil or refuse to conti ibnto  your' proportion of such oxnenditure, togothf'r  with all costs of advertlBlngjyour interest In paid  claim will become the property of tbe subscribe!,  under motion four ot an Actentltled "An Act to  Amend the Mineral Act, 1900^^   nERB  Dated this 12th day of Fcbruarj, 1901.  Notice of  Application to  License.  Transfer a  Notice is hereby given that I intend to apply at  tho noxt sitting of the Board of License Commissioners of tho City of Nelson for permission  to.transfer my retail liquor license for the premises situato on the south ond of Lot 1. Block 6, in  the City of Nelson, and known as the Manhattan  saloon, to Charles H. Ink and BiegelBoyd.;  ���*���* - CHARLES-A.' WATERMAN.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 15th day of Fobru-  Arthur K. Vaumiam.  ary.1901  - Withe  MUSIC.  '.'���**������'��� -        i i  Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate In*vocal and Instrumental music, is now prepared to receive  pupils for Instruction In volco culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.    .  Fo* terms and further particulars apply room  6. A; Ma"<ifw>id.building, oorner Jompouw ana .pf^v^"*Hy*T-Y^^'Tvl*f;^  ^jW'reVT?*i***rfK**!*.\r**M*Ti<>**  V  \  1:  i  !  1  liy-  ���p.  4 *u  If  l;;t ; ,  hi .'  II'  I :��� -  w .  I  I1  \l[  It  I  THE TRIBUNE rN��LS<M,^ lftQi  We carry in stock a full lire o." Assayers' and Chemists'  Supplies. The quality of cur goods cannot be excelled  and our prices are  reasonable.^?F?=:==--T==^-::Hr.z^iss^  We are British Ooluiiblo Ajenta for.       *_  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH <& SON'S BALANCES  SMITH 6c THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TE"ETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA   BLOCK           NELSON,   B. Cv  Some Merchants  GROCERIES  AND CROCKERY  Advertise because they have a lot  of old cheap goods to push off at  reduced rates, but  We  Advertise  Because  ting   in  New Goods  we  are continually'get-  large  consignments   of  And we want you to known it.  BAKER STREET,  NELSOfl, B. C.  WM. HUNTER  & COMPANY  The New  Shoe  TELEPHONE  NO. 261.   - '  EMPRESS SHOES  -.For women are too well-known to  need   much   comment. -  They'' are,  without "doubt", the best of all  . ' -<-    - *,-  s -.      ,     *    -   ---  , - "       *��� -���_.  I $3.50, $4, and $4.50 Shoes.  *    '-.-  -y..-     >, , :;  We refer,: our "readers who" question their "'quality to"'friends who  have worn them.,   . .  CALL  AND   INSPECT.  Baker  Street,  Nelson  ,m��mntimlliTTir.nnrnnm����iinilnltimmillllIIIIIllllllII  .......lllTTTTrTTTTTHlIlHimmT]  -.(���   '  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  No. 4, K. W. C. Block,   "���        NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Oopper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  ' < Free-Milling Gold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  "fartloi having mining  ���lib- -  for sale are requested to send samples of tholr ore to the-  reni  ial;  Exchange for exhibition. ~"VVe desire to hear from all prospectors who have promising mineral  claims in British Columbia.  Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the Exchange their headquarters' when  in Nolson. *���  A\l samples should be sent by express, Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to  Telephone  104 ANDREW  F.   ROSENBERGER,  P.O. Box 700 , Nelson, B. C.  1*. n  Tti^nxTTrrrFw'rr]"TY axxxxxxxxxxxuxiu  The Nelson Clothing House  .. Great Slaughter Sale..  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  In order to make room for Spring Goods, I have decidod to self for the noxt thirty days all  goods in stock at greatly reduced prices. All heavy goodn away down, cost not considered, and In  Clothing, Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps, and Boots and Shoos I will give from 10 to 25 per cent  discount, and all Rubber Goods at cost. Now is tho chance to partake of the best bargains ever  offered in the Kootenays. My stock is all now and up-to-date and the salo is genuine, so now avail  yourself of tho best opportunity to get good goods at lest than wholesale prices. Homember this Is  for only 30 days. �����������������������������������������������������  J. A.  aiLXER,  Proprietor..  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Tbe Rossland and Nelson hockey  teams will play at the rink on  Saturday evening.  The following new books were  received at the public library yesterday: "Alice of Old Vincennes," by  Maurice Thompson; "One of Ourselves," by L. B. Wallford.  Sammy Neelands, the well known  shoe merchant of this city, said yesterday that the Boers had ordered  from him. 5000 pairs of dry sock  boots to keep de wet from de feat.  ' The work of opening up Railroad  and Vernon streets was completed  yesterday. The streets are now in  good condition. Very little other  city work is being done owing to  the severe weather.  , Owing to the lack of a quorum  the annual meeting of the subscribers of the public library to have  been held at St. Savior's church  last evening was postponed until  next Wednesday evening.  A public mass meeting of the  Lord's Day Alliance will be held at  the Baptist church on Stanley street  this evening. A good program has  been prepared. Among the speakers  will be R. S. Kee and R. J. Curie of  the organized labor party and Rev.  J, B. Morgan and Rev. Dr. Wright.  Two miners, Charles Dowell and  James' Gillis, were arrested yesterday morning on the charge" of having stolen a number of blankets  from Rennell's stables on Hall street  and afterward having sold them to  Silver King Mike. They will be  arraigned before the police magistrate this morning. 7  ��� The at home given by the bachelors of the .Young People's Society'  of the Methodist church was largely,,  attended and proved a decided success. . Besides an interesting musical and literary program a guessing  contest was :conducted. The prize  for this was awarded to6Mrs. Rutherford. 'Refreshments were served  by the,ladies. _ "- _\ _ -' '- -  The funeral of John Melville,,the'  one-year-old ��� son of JMr.'- and Mrs."  ..George, MT *H6lt-'o�� "thVAthabisca  mine, who died- Tuesday _everiing",-  ;took place from D. McArthur's^nn-'  dertaking parlors at 2j o'clock^ yes-"'  terday afternoon, Rev. Pa Wright-  officiating.    The infant's ' remains,  .which were brought to the city in  ther morning, were interred at 'the  city cemetery.       ,' ���- -  A'meeting of the,local directors  of --tiie, Nelson Electric" Tramway  Company was held yesterday morning, and 'although several matters  of importance were discussed, little  definite action was taken. It was  decided to adjourn the annual general meeting ot\the shareholders of  the company, until two months  later. The, question of constructing a park at the eastern terminus  of the line was discussed.  The transportation accommodation of Nelson is decidedly poor  these days. The evening passenger  train from -Robson is ' detained a  couple hours or more every night  owing to the lateness of the boat  from Arrowhead, which is delayed  by ice. The.steamer from Kootenay Landing for the past two nights  -has-b'eennea'rly-teu-hours late, due-  to the passenger train on the  Crow's Nest Pass being delayed by  mud and snowslides.  According to the . new public  school curriculum a course of nature  study has to be taught to the entrance class. The course includes  the'study of plants and animal life  and the formation of rocks. During the winter season the study of  the various kinds of rock will be'  conducted, and foi* this certain  chemicals and apparatus have to be  used. These supplies were given  to the school without charge by W.  F. Teetzel.' The instruction of this  department will. be conducted by  principal Soady.  SUPREME COURT BUSINESS  .'.-#���;-.   'r ���.   But Two Cases Remain.  The case of Wigen vs. The Nelson  & Bedlington Railroad Company,  which was [ opened before' the supreme' TOuvt'on^Tuesday was con-  clued yestOtUay < afternoon and  judgn^itV.given for plaintiff.  Wigen'is to receive damages to the  amount of $350: The cost of this  action and the cost of suing for an  injunction is assessed to the defendants. Mr. justice Irving in giving  his judgment stated that the railroad company had acted iu a very  high-handed manner with the plaintiff. During- the morning session  the examination "of J. H. Gray was  continued, after which A. R. Hey-  land gave evidence. H. E. Croasdaile and H..C. Graham were examined on behalf of. defendant, and  their evidence merely corrobprated  that which had been given by former witnesses." M. S. Davys, J. H.  Gray and'^C; Campbell, who were  examined on" Tuesday, were again  put into the witness box to ascertain 'further details. Court adjourned at,4:30, to meet at 11 this  morning.  There are yet two cases to be disposed- of. They are Marino vs.  Alexander, Sproat and Mclnnis and  Harris vs. Pitt. It is quite probable that court1 will be closed by tomorrow evening. The fernie case  will come up' this morning. The  action arises out of a complicated  mining transaction concerning the  Marion mine situated near New  Denver. -There are a large number  of witnesses in the case.  x^ZEms &>  ���DTHlLSOlSr  KASLO  S-A-ITIDOIT  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for tiie Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  Store, Corner Baker and Josephine Stieet  TELEPHONE 27  Snow in Madrid.  Madrid, February 20.���There has  been a heavy fall of snow here, the  first in eight years. The streets  are covered with' snow and traffic  is impeded.  PERSONAL.  Victoria arrived  He is registered at the  y -,. ���- Chamber Work.  At a long session of chambers  several cases of interest were disposed of. In the case 0of Beamish  vs. Whitewater mine an order was  made compelling -the' plaintiff -Jo  set the. case^ down for trial before'  August lstfY'or in default'the case  would, bet dismissed.' The "cost in  any event-will'thave to-.be, paid by  - the-plaintUf.i~.The case ,is qne;in  which^theYplaihtiff '.was injured at  the mineYktad .'he is now trying to.  obtain damages*. An application "to  wind up. the Florida Mining Company was^ asked for, but* the 'case  was adjourned until Friday in order  that the., parties involved could .be  examined..'- y ' - '-\ ��� -_��� ,~ .  ' At this morning's session applications will be made in the cases of  Kirlin vs. Fisher and Macdonald vs.  Balsford and McQuillan. \ Iri ��� the  latter case'an* extension of time will  be asked ��� by. which to ���"diverse car?  tain'mineral claims. -    ,, ' ''    k-7  Another Blockade.  Tlie Spokane(\Fallsr& Northern  line is again tied lip and' all trafiic  has been stopped.- _;Tlie passenger  train for Spokane pulled out at the  usual time yesterday morning, but  was stopped at the" summit, as the  track from there to Port .Rico was  blockaded with' large snow drifts.  The passengers, mail '< and freight  were brought ,back, to the city  about 9 o'clock..'- Information concerning the trouble. was at once  wired to the head office at Spokane  andasnow pIowYwasr immediately  sent out. The train may be able to  leave this morning.    ;  George Dennis of Sandon is at  the Tremont.  H.H.Welch of  ia the city last evening.  Pnair.  W. E. Boie, a prominent mining  man from the Slocan. ia in the city for a few  days. -^ ,     .  S. Singer of Vancouver, P. Stafford of Ymir, W. Davenport and W. A. Davis of  Kaslo are registered at the Queen's.  C. Ward of Slocan, J. Adams of  B tlfour, G  Hourfi>oi<i"of Revelutoke and Fred Q  Hamblin of Deer Park are at the Madden.  II. M. Fullerton of Victoria, A. R.  Dolderswn of Slocan, T. M. luglis of Hamilton  and T. Webb of Montreal are at the Hume.  Two Curling Games*.  Two interesting games of curling  were played at the rink last evening, and the result was as'' follows*:  A. H. Sherwood J.'Lawronce  J. Dover R. K. Hedley  P. Wilson Dr. Arthur  H. K. Cameron, skip, 11 W. W. Boor, skip  Harry Wright  W. Mackenzie  W. Irvine -  .  D. J. Dowar  J. H. tVallaco F. A. Tamblyn  W. Rlch'jrdHon.sklp, 18 T. Tlllle, skip  W. Mack  J. H. Wa  13  from 75c to $3.50.  For the balance of this month we are offering special reductions in  Carvers, Ladies Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL   GRAVURES  AND   ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  Houston Block.  Telephone 181.'  P. O. Box 170.  JOAN A. IRVING & CO.  Contract Awarded.  'The contract for the construction  of the new postoffice to be erected  in Nelson this year has been awarded, and the successful parties are  Messrs. Viau and Le Hoine, the former residing at Hull and the latter  at Pembrobke, Quebec.    J, A. Macdonald, of .Messrs. Cane & Macdonald, who has been nppointed superintendent of the construction, received  information   to   this effect  yesterday.y When the work is  to Lfchings, l"look for  start is not known, but it is said  that Mr. Viau will be in Nelson this  week to make preliminary arrangements. ^Very   little   is   known  of  these contractors in the west, but  it is   said   they are now erecting  government buildings at both^ew  Westminster and Vancouvep/ Mr.  Macdonald was   authorized to notify the  department when   work  began.   The  plans   and  specifications, which were received yester-  da3r," contained only the information   that was   published in The  Tribune; some time ago. -The ma-,  terial for the building as far as possible is to be purchased locally.y  ' Old Man Nation Gets Hot.  In an interview .with a reporter  on his wife's eastern, trip David  Nation said: " I think my wife has  made a fool of herself tin, going on  this eastern trip. "The "people only  come to see her,because she is filling  newspapers. She should lemain in  Kansas smashing joints. When I  gave her $200 to get her out of jail  here she promised.- to .stay in  Wichita and smash every saloon in  town. That is what I wanted her  to do, and she gave me the- slip  right away and went to Topeka.  "I am in favor of her smashing  saloons in Kansas, but if she goes  to Chicago and commences to smash  her to get into  trouble. She has got- the law on  her side here, but not in the states  where saloons are licensed.  "I think that in this 'eastern* trip  she is .showing the.people that she  has lost her nerve instead of explaining what she has done in Kansas. If she comes, back here and  quits joint smashing, after I have  spent all this money on her, she will  hear from me." '  Father Nation is 70 years old, but  he has lost none of his youthful  days of managing his wife.  BUSEKEBB   MENTION.  -- Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.       _  -Go to the Old Curiosity Shop if  you want to buy or sell anything.  Cash paid for scrap iron, brass  and copper. _ Nelson Iron Works.  "*- To let���Furnished rooms in Carney block.  Reasonable rates. ,     - .  -Hack' calls left 'at   the^ Pacific  Transfer  barn,1 on Vernon street.    Telephone'  oallSS.    -    ,..-   .Z'   _   U.    .       "I.   -^    -  For Rent.���Two\.fine; offices centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal. i  ���',       .   "  ���Two large, well-furnished ".rooms  to let._l and 5 Macdonald'block," corner Josephine and Vernon. _-'--'  -Rooms and breakfast' if desired  at 321Josephlne street," four doors,above Silica  street. - Mrs. Blaney.     t ..   - -,    t-  * / For - Saley Good   fish ,. business.  targe hotol trade. Apply corner of. Josephine  and Silica stroets.        .   **���& . " <     i i   -    .<...  Japan Tea* of all'kinds'to suit  rour taste. Sun Cured. Spider 'Leg, Pan Fired  in bulk or packages.,.Kootenay Coffee Co.]     _>  Milk business for sale���The only  dairy in Fernie, 20 cows. -Will be sold- at A bargain. , Apply D. J. Whitney, Fernie,-B. C:  - -  . Wanted���A few first-class stonemasons and stonecutters on the' Robson bridge.  Union wages paid. Apply at the work. John  Gunn. <-      _   --     ,  [Ji ,    j." ���>  For fresh candies, fruits, nuts, &c���  cigars and tobaccos of the* best brands,- call at* the  Bon Ton Confectlonory, Baker-street, Miaa A.  L. Klinkwitz.  Found.���A pocket-book containing a small suui of money. *��� Owner can havo  same by proving property 'and paylug for this  advertisement.  That fine blend of .Ceylon Tea we.  are selling at thirty cents per pound "is giving  tho best of satisfaction to our many customers.  Kootonay Coffee Co.v   ���"   .       - ''  J  - Eight-roomed house, partly furnished, to rent in the Hume Addition, either to  one or two families. Apply Mrs. Hartwig, Hume  Addition.  - Go  to the elegant store if you  want style and comfort ln your corsets. Nothing  but imported goods, weat block, corner of  Bajker and Hall streots.  Y.-.To Let���House on corner of Vic-  ~lor]a und-Cedar streots, > Six rooms, bathioom  and modern conveniences. Ttent $25. Apply to  A. E. Coxhoad, next door on Cedar street.  -For rent���On March-1st, house on  corner of Front and Park streets. Five rooms,  bath room, etc. Rent, Including water, $25. Apply to E Kilby, next door to McBride's stables.  Western Canadian Employment  Ofllco���Male and femalo help of all/ kinds furnished free of charge. Victoria street, noxt door  to Publio Library.   Phone270.   P.O. Box 711.  We  have   Indian,   Ceylon   and  China Toas in great variety, choicest quality.  We make a specialty of blending toas and sell  them in any quantity at lowest rates. Kootenay  Coffee Co.  Fqr Sale���Moving picture machine  and Htorcoptioon combined. Films eighty Boer  war slides. Kvery thing complete. Never been  wed. Great bargain. Apply "Picture" Tribune  ofiico.  Farm to rent cheap���with about  300 fruit tree", one-halt acre of strawberries, one-  half acre other small fruits, and five acres of  clover. Rent to be paid ln making improvements. Apply M, Tribune office or Telephone  91, Nelson.  $100,000.    I want a gold mine  netting $100,000 annually. Free milling gold properties wanted. Send price, terms, full report,  etc. to Andrew F. Rosenberger, Room 4, K-W-C  Block, Nelson.  Telephono 104'  Miss Von . Dor Werth���Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Gives advice  on commercial bnsiness*and- mining; reunites  unhappy lovers and broken-up, families. Room  1, over Thomson Stationery Company.  Wanted ��� A woman   who  can  take charge of general housework. Three  children. Good home for right person. Wages  818 a month. Will pay half fare to Ferguson,  wril o at once to R. P. Pettipleco, Ferguson, B. C���  care of Eagle.  "House for Vent���Newly furnished;  good plumbing; convenient location. Snaps for  beginners. An opportunity to apply pare of  rent to purchaso-of furniture,, Apply on premises to Mrs. Sanderson, Carbonate streot near  Josephine, or H. R. Cameron.  For Sale���120 acres of flrst-class  agricultural and garden land, 12 mllos from Nelson on-Kootenay Take   Will sell in 10, S"  acre tracts.   Price and terms reasonable.  CHEESE  ; Perhaps you did not know,  but we want you to.learn  now and remember that  we make a feature of  cheese of all kinds.  Maclaren's Imperial In all Sizes/  MacLaren's Roquefort.  Imported Swiss.  Also the Finest Canadian Cream.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone IO K-W-C Baker Street  SPECIAL SALE ;OP_A-NEW CONSIGNMENT  WHICH HASJUST, ARRIVED,  ,    Corset "Covers from 20c,to,$1.00        *r  Ladies Nightgowns*at 75c, $1.00, $1.25 and $2.00  - ^    Ladles White Skirts from 75c to $2.00  Ladies Flannelette Nightgowns ^regular 75c for. 60c. -  y. Ladies Flannelette Nightgowns regular $1.00 for 70c.  Ladies Flannelette. Nightgowns regular $1.76 for $1.25  Missesjand.Childrens Drawers, to clear at 26c."  A few" Wrappers, to clear at. $1.00 -T.  -    Black Satin Shirt Waists, to clear at $1.00   "v  Black'and Colored Mercerized Shirt Waists, worth $2, for $1.25  A special drive in  Boys Wool Hose.   We-have too   many ,of  y these and as long as they last-will sell at these prices:. ,-"-  -    ~     ;- Heavy Ribbed Woolo Hose, 46c;!i'ne at 25c..'  -' Heavy Ribbed:Woof Hose, 60c iine at 35c   "~   '',\ " ,  - Heavy Ribbed Wool Hose, 65c line. at.:45c '[  We are daily opening  new Spring Goods which we will sell  " at remarkably low prices to suit the times. "  ������   ' -. Clothing,-Boots=arid-ShoeSj-Hats-and-Caps.���=���-���r^  A. RERUAND & CO.  REMOVAL  The'Gait Coal office has been  removed to the Ward build-  iug, on Baker street���two  'doors west O. P. R; offices.  A full supply of Gait Coal  now on hand.       -  Will sell in 10, 20 or 40  Terms reasonable.   -Apply  or address A. R-Rosenberger, room 4, K-VV-C  Blook, Nelson.  The Prospectors' Exchange is the  only place in British Columbia!*whero prospectors  can exhibit samples of their ore to tho mining  ��� public. Send samples of your ore for exhibition.  No charges made for exhibiting yur oro and  listing your property. Room i. K.-W.-C. Block,  kelson.   Telephone 101.  w. p:tierney,  Telephone No. 205     General Agent.  C. W. West & Co.  COALI WOOD!  Anthracite $10.75  Crow's Nest     6.15  Blairmoro     6.75  x?-BiiJi-yBi*B*Br>  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, I/TO.'  No order can bo'accepted nnlesa accompanied  by cash.  ,    .  Office:  Corner of Hall  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  The approbation of self is seldom  born of the approval of conscience. 1  Dp. Hawkey  Has Removed to the  '.  TURNER-BOECKH BLOCK  Corner of Ward and Baker Streets,  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  Surpassing'  Display in  Fall Suitings  All the fashionable creations  in Fail and Winter wear are  included in my last conslgn-  ment of Scotch and Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.   FRED J. 8QUIRH. Manager. ,  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL. BLOCK.  Large stock of high-class Imported goods,  ilalty of th ......  fashion in coats.  speciall  the square   shoulder-  )d go  ���-tho  A  latest-  WE HAVE  REMOVAL  Dr. Morrison, Dentist,  has removed to his  new offices In tho K-W-C block.  Improved Incandescent  Mirror Globe Lamps  Now in Stock. They  Improve Electric Light  Fifty   per   cent.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  & CONSTRUCTION CO.  Nelson, B. O.

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