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The Nelson Tribune 1901-02-20

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 ��*  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL.  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  v.. -5  NINTH YEAR.  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1901  PRICE FIVE "CENTS  TIME HOT YET OPPORTUNE  FOR    PROMULGATING    GOVERNMENT'S   INTENTIONS.  Withheld in Deference to the Wishes  of Kitchener and Milner���Proceedings in Commons.  *��  ^London, February 19.���Ia the  house of commons secretary Broderick gave an official "denial to the  story that orders had been issued  that, all Boers captured in khaki  uniforms were to'be shot. _  Colonial   secretary s Chamberlain  informed the house that a proclamation setting forth the intentions  of the government in the administration of the South- African colonies had already been drafted, but  had not been issued, in deference to  the opinion of general-Kitchener  and sir Alfred Milner that the time  was not yet opportune.3-  ' When the debate on-the address  in reply to'the king's speech at the  opening of parliament was resumed,  Herbert Henry   Asquith,   Liberal,  the former home  secretary  characterized rthe speech of Mr. Chamberlain - yesterday afternoon as  a  , revival of the "billingsgate of the  general' election."    He repudiated  the suggestion that .the opposition  favored the' undoing the annexation  vpf the. two .republics, but he said  a'settlement would'not 'be' acceler^  ated by truculent language-but  by-  the combination of a-strong army  capable of commanding respect and  terms not derogatory s to. either the  victors or_the vanquished. 'V1-* , _. -  i War   secretary.- Broderick, f who  .-followed,-.declared that the^/terms  "offered the^Boers^^erefbettw than  -'ever 'before"''-tendered^to^tt^-van-  quished,enemy.-   Leniency .to men  onv parole" .had: been a disastrous  failure.    He'appealed to the' opposition to stop the'delivering of mis-  ��� ohievous speeches and -the circula-  ~ tion of pamphlets which did an immense amount of harm in -South  Africa.- In.defending the govern-'  ment against the charge of failing  to reinforce general 'Kitchener,"Mr.  Broderick jaaid   30,000 horses, had  been sent out within three ^months  "and   they   hoped   by the end ,.of  March -to- liave increased \ general  Kitchener's   mounted .=���* forces   by  20,000 men." -   *��     "  Manila News Notes.  Manila,   February   19.���Colonel  Schuyler with 100 men of the 46th  regiment   on   the . gunbeat rBasco  landed on the Cavite coast near  Ternate and proceeding inland captured a small rebel garrison. Continuing hislnarch along a mountain  trail colonel Schuyler was attacked  by rebels'bf Tria's command. After  a sharp fight the enemy was beaten  and scattered. One American' was  killed and one was wounded.  The United States - transport  Rosencrans lias returned here from  the island of Guam after landing  there the Filipino prisoners who  have been transported to that place.  The prisoners were landed January  12th.. They- -occupy an - elegant  prison site four miles from Agana.  The prison is called the presidio. It  was situated on an ascent and strict  discipline was maintained.  The officials of the branch' of the  Hong Kong bank here have announced that Ross, the Englishman  who wrote a letter published in an  Australian paper criticizing the  Philippine -commission, American  officers, and'the American policy, in  general, has been ordered to ���' proceed'to Hong Kong. ' The British  community is well pleased that the  man has been sent away.  A Suggested Tariff.  London, February 19.���The Daily  Mail, in view of the necessity of  raising money for the war in South  Africa, still "in full blast," advocates a tariff for revenue purposes,  which ib says differs entirely from  a protective tariff, the virtues and  vices of which it is needless to discuss, although the speed and precision with which Russia has  brought the United States to their  knees by retaliation are most instructive. It suggests a 10 per cent  ad valorem, duty on foreign manufactures. This suggestion will probably find considerable support in  view of the almost- certain increase  pf the income tax.  Smelters Badly Needed.  , "Unless we can find a market for  our ore we will be forced to shut  down all operations by the middle  of next week." This was the statement, made by David Heap of  Sandon, secretary- of the v Last  Chance-Mining Company," who was  in Nel^ssJast evening en route to  TraiLflltlPfe��-5r  ._ Th^__l_8^OTife?B��SfeiPpi,,g  its orar^^aSgaQj^P^Brks at  Kaslo, but as th&r&3^^^&on- has  'now on handmuch more^Sre than  it   can " handle it   has refused to  accept any'further shipments/ The  'mine is looking much better than it  has since dewlopment was started.  Active work is being carried on, and  as the company is now running a  long     crosscut     tunnel,    in , ore  at a heavy expense, it would be impossible to do any more work unless  they could get returns from the ore.  Miv Heap said that they proposed  to continue work if they could.only  market .the ore.   The tramway has  for some time past been working to  its full capacity and��now all the ore  bins are full and there is no room  for further storage.  ,_ Mr. Heap leaves this morning for  Trail, where he will try to arrange  with the Canadian Smelting Works  so as to gain a temporary relief.* If  he can get a market until such time  as contracts can again beanade the  I operations   atT the  mine will not  have   to^ be   suspended.   t-As rthe  "smelter trouble has been brewing  for some time''the' company was  forced at the beginning of the year  to reduce its force from  100 to 75  men." Mr. Heap was   afraid 'that  another'^ reduction   of    the- v staff  would soon have to take place, in  any event.  _ ���,,^   ."Becoming Aroused:"Y     _r^  -E. S. Tapping, president ofthe_  -Trail board "of trade, was'in the-eity-  yesterday for a few   hours.    Mr.  Tapping has had - considerable experience in mining in this'province  and of-late has-been looking into  jthe question of, the .smelter .trouble.'  He^ stated "that, the .country was  being greatlylaffected by it'. - He is  in favor of having- an export "duty"  on the   production   of   silver-lead  mines.    The board of trade' has already taken this question up and it  ' lias authorized its delegates to. the  meeting of ��� the associated boards of  trade, which is held at YGreenwood  on   February ' 28th,   to make this  question one of the -main features  of that'meeting.   They -will try to  bring about a resolution by which  ' the Dominion government will be  ' asked to give a bounty on the productions of smelters .and' refineries  'and thus encourage such institutions  to   be jestablished in British jDol-  umbia at once.  18 IN NO HURRY ABOUT'IT  NICARAGUA CANAL MATTER CAN  BIDE ITS TIME.  Von Waldersee Has England and the  United States Guessing as to  His Latest Move.  .   London,  Lansdowne's  Mine Owners to Meet.  W. E. Zwicky of Sandon, man-  ageV^of_the_Payne_mine_and^.presU  dentLof the Mine Owners' Association, was in the" city yesterday en  route to Rossland. There he will  meet the central executive committee of the association, of which-a  meeting has been called to discuss  the American trusts and the relation they bear to the local smelters  and mining industries. Mr. Zwicky  would not express an opinion in the  matter as he thought that it should  first be discussed before the executive. He was 'satisfied, nevertheless, that if some immediate steps  were not taken to remedy the situation that a number of the galena  properties, and especially those of  the Slocan district, would be forced  to shut down.  February   ��� 19.���Lord  notification   to   Mr.  Choate may safely ^be taken as an  indication that the British government does not desire to force the  China' or Nicaragua questions to* an  issue any earlier than is absolutely  necessary.    It is   understood that  the United States ambassador was  responsible   for   bringing , up ^ the  ���Nicaragua matter, pointing out how  short'a time was left for an answer'1  before   the   lapsing   of   the  Hay-  Pauncefote treaty. - The reply of  lord Lansdowne did not by _any  means positively pledge the British  cabinet   to   make   a* decision,^ although it indicates that the United  States might expect, that so" far as  the Nicarag'uan question was concerned, any further consideration  on the part of the cabinet  merely   informal,"as" the,foreign,  office has known the.nature.of the  replyTfor some weeks, which will  not vary, from the forecast, already  made1 in these dispatches. ���; -^ y:.-'" *  China; however, is ''another "matter:. .The   foreign . office    appears'  genuinely in,the dark as'to the real  significance of count ,voh' Walder-  sse's last order's.-' 'It is-.hoped that  by Friday information will be forthcoming to enable'Great Britain to  decide as to what is really going on  in the far east. ~ At 'present' she is  not more anxious than ,the United  States to take part" in an extended  campaign ihtb,the interior of China,  but.! the, repqrla^from the^jeat J>f  "action" are" sof-^  lord Lansdowne refrains from sending mandatory, dispatches or .committing himself to any definite line  of international action.  The American opposition to count  von Waldersee's' reported action receives cordial .sympathy from the  British, though it ,is thought -they  are inclined to doubt whether the  right'construction is placed upon  his motives. -Lord Salisbury has so  often put'England on-record as  oppoeedto aggressive military operations iii China that, officials here  can. scarcelyt conceive that count  von Waldersee would issue' orders  so utterly at variance with the attitude of Great Britain and the  United States.  warned to prepare for the resumption of operations.   "__'  The Bluff Worked.  -   London, February;! 9.���Dr. Morrison, wiring the Times from Pekin,  says: The Chinese "declare that the  threat of the Waldersee expedition  has been successful and that the  court has yielded and; issued a decree fully complying "with the demands of the foreign envoys on the  question   of  punishments.   'These  statements  require -corroboration,'  but  they   are   generally believed  here.   Commenting -editorially on  this   and   other  dispatches   from  'China, the Times says: The blank  ignorance of  the^'government regarding 'the WalderiseeV expedition  seems more suVprisin^than ever in  view of thetelegr'ams'we published  today. ��� If our Pekin news is correct  'the foreign envoys will have a curious experience in - discovering that  the most important" .feature of- the,  negotiations, has been" settled by an  expedition^ which 1 they ~w'ere' unaware of .      y. -_.._  WANTED TO TALK IN IRISH  REMARKABLE  COMMONS  SCENE    IN  YESTERDAY.  No. 2, one-half in Black Diamond  on Porcupine creek, for a nominal  consideration.  Nationalists Much Amused, But /the  - Speaker Insisted That Only Eag-  lish Should Be Spoken.  ' Chinese Will tioniply.  Pekin, February 19.���Prince Ching  and Li jHung. Chang" have.received  a telegram ; which ^means virtually  that the-Chinese-will* comply with  all the demahds^of/.the powers',-although they still desire information  on a' few minor points. The foreign  envoys look forward confidently to  the absolute ^compliance by Thursday at the -Idtesty Prince -Ching  and Li Hung Chang /have been  greatly wdrri_d by the preparations  for the expedition^into the interior/  and they havevstrongly urged the  court' to-yields pointing out that  otherwise; the.; dismemberment *pf  the empireiwas'sprobable. " General  Chaffee signalized^th^ChihWeNe^v  Year."' by '"calHngf^ipoW^Li^HfiiSg-  Cton^w^o^Veem^eid^to be in^mu'eh  better^heMtli./ ~Jt,/&'' PPW asserted  that the Germans will turn the rail:  road over^. to the_Brit|ph after thq  end of the_Qonth'.\'i^' fcAy : V   ''  OMAHA KIDNAPER APSTED  ONE OFTHE CUDAHY ABDUCTORS  IN CUSTODY., . ,      V.  An Explanation.  Hockey Last Night.  In the hockey match which was  played at the'rink last evening between the clerks of the'wholesale  firms and the C. P. R. the latter  won by a score of 5 goals to 0. As  the teams are evenly matched the  game was strongly ' contested  throughout, and when time was  called the score was even, each side  having secured 5 goals. ' The game  was resumed and only a few minute elapsed before the C. P. RYhad  won the game by scoring the sixth  goal. About a week ago the two  teams played and the wholesale  clerks won.  To Start March First.  London, February 19.���The Waldersee expedition, according to a  dispatch to the Morning Post from  Tien-Tsin, is to start March 1. Its  motive and the mystery surrounding it are the subject of much comment. The Daily Graphic considers  that, whether it is a bluff or in  earnest, the whole thing is "stupid  and mischievous, tending, only to  make the powers ridiculous in the  eyes of the Chinese."  Berlin, February 19.���It is understood that United States ambassador White made* representations today to the foreign office regarding the reputed expedition of  count von Waldersee- into the interior of China, and that the foreign office gave him reassuring replies. It is understood that the  foreign office told Mr. White that  such expeditions, weve designed  chiefly to convince the Chinese  government that the powers would  not be trifled with.  The National Zeitung and other  inspired papers assert that field  marshal count von Waldersee has  no intention of embarking on a  large expedition in the interior of  China, but they say the Chinese  will find strong forces ready to act  if they continue to procrastinate.  Von Waldersee's sphere of action,  it is pointed out, is to be limited to  the province of Chi Li.  Chinese Notified.  London, February 19.���The Reu-  ter Telegraph Company has received  the following from Pekin, dated  February 19: The German, British  and Japanese legations notified the  Chinese that the allies were preparing an expedition toward Sian  Fu in the event of the court persisting in its present unsatisfactory  attitude regarding the punishments.  Thereupon the Chinese plenipoten-  tiaiies wired * urgently to Sian Fu  counseling immediate compliance  and pointing'out that now there  was only the question'of the death  of a few persons really deserving  such a fate, whereas an advance of  the allies would mean the death  and distress, of thousands, besides  causing the powers to treat China  with greater harshness than if a  settlement were arrived at without  further military operations.   Five I  Identified ^by 'Three  Perssons-'Police  Think They  Have a-Cltte to  Another of the Bandits^    -   -  O.UAHA, February 19.���The police  have under arrest James Callaghan,  charged with "complicity in.the ab/  duction of-Edward Cudahy/ jr., on  'the night of December 18th. *  Callaghan was arrested last Saturday, but the police have kept it a  secret in the hope of securing other  arrests. Young Cudahy has positively identified him as, the < man  who accosted him near the Cudahy  residence and represented himself  to be a sheriff from an adjoining  county and forced him into a  buggy, and also as tha man who  kept guard over him at the Melrose  mill house, during the thirty hours  he was kept a prisoner pending the  negotiations for the ransom of  $25,000 which Mr. Cudahy paid for  the return of his boy.  Dan H. Bussis, who sold a horse  and buggy to the two men who are  supposed to have used it to procure  the abduction, also identified  Callaghan as one of the men with  whom he made the deal.  Marie Larsen, a servant in tlie  employ of J. N. Patrick, of whom  the kidnappers rented a house, was  the, third person to identify Callaghan and says he is the man who  paid a month's rent in advance for  a cottage in Happy Hollow which  the bandits abandoned two weeks  before the abduction fearing discovery.  Tonight the police secured information which they expect will  lead to the arrest of another man  connected with the crinie. He is a  coachman of a family friend of Mr.  Cudahy, and it is claimed that he  has been aoting very queerly in the  matter ever since the kidnaping.  The chief of police says this man  will be arrested tonight or in the  London, -February 19.���Thomas  O'Dorinell,   Nationalist,   began his  address in'the' Irish language and  the  speaker   called   him to order  after he had spoken three or four  sentences,   reminding him that to  speak Irish was an unknown 'practice in the house of commons.   Mr.'  O'Donnell continued to speak in the  Irish tongue, greatly to~the Nationalists .around  him.   The   speaker  severely requested him to desist.  ; Mr. John Redmond, the Nationalist leader, said:*  "There is no written- or ^ unwritten*" rule' against a  member'using'the ilanguage. which  is-most   familiar   to him.,_I once'  Heard a'jnenabef of the * New ^Zealand house of representatives speak  in'the'Maori.language."    ', ,'  '. The' Speaker���There'is no "rule on  the subject, but there is no. precedent, during--the existence of the  .house of * commons, tor r a member  speaking anything but the-English.  Y Edmond Leamy, Nationalist mem-  -ber for North Kildare, pointed out  that1 the Irish chieftains' before the'  act-of'.union were invited a by the  house, of commons to speak Irish/' ;  ,. The ^peaker^Not *in   the-100  years of union has an Irishman tried'  to^speak,Irish in .this house;until  now.'''1'  ,-���_  -vd-y'.--. w    v . -r-'  -/ Mr. Redmond inquired, if ;William  .Abraham," one of',- the Welsh, mem-  beriyhad,not ..addressed the-house  i^:1886,in;Welshiv^W^'��'',' '' *l��  ���?* To this,-the speak��C;*3��phed-thafP  Mr. Abraham had "merely 'intro-  -duced a quotation from- the -Welsh  language and *h'e*'insistede that'iMr.  O'Donnell could not be allowed^ to  .proceed. Mr. O'Donnell began-to',  speak in English and reasserted'his  i right as the, representative oft an  Irish constituency and-as a member  of a nation still possessing 'a  language of its.own to address the  house in his native tongue. At this  point the speaker, stopped him- peremptorily:*- Several ��� other .< Irish  members denounced the limitation  to English imposed by the speaker.  ���A Rumor.  It was rumored here yesterday  that the Slocan Sovereign had suspended operations. As no definite  information    could    be    obtained  THE Plan an Aerial Railway. -  The Gravity Railroad Company  is   the   latest organization  in St.  Louis   county, Missouri.     It-was^  formed by several citizens' of Pat-'  tonville, who say it is designed incid-.  en tally to unravel the tangle caused  by the fight between certain citizens,-of  Pattonville and; the   St.  Louis, St. Charles & Western Rail-'  way 'Company,   but primarily to  demonstrate    that    aerial    transportation is not impracticable/"'  The officers of the association say,,  the device by which their aerial car]  'will be navigated was furnished to  them by an inventive genius-in a  St. Louis .department store - who  conceived the idea thatthe bundle-  carrier principle utilized in large  stores J*could' be adapted to the  transportation of cars carrying passengers. The basket, or car, which  will be constructed will hold eight  persons.', It will be operated by  ,electricity and on precisely the plan  of.the department store basket. A  strong cable wire will be suspended  -in midair and on this cars will'slide  from Pattonville^to Damon's, farm.  It may^be raised and" lowered, and  is expected to make very fast time.  '..���; ;i-  :___   -  -  _. - ^      j      \    -    .  '' - - First Impressions. ,  Many of us,are inclined to judge  by first impressions.' All bf us practically judge absolutely ^ by'a few  ascertained'facts.'-Yet, when the  human mind is the subject of study,  facts are at least, as'funreliable as  theories. . t -., _. _ .. . y  .yWhen.a fire breaks out in a prison  it is not unusual to4ind a murderer  willing to risk'his life to save .that  .of another/ [ "-. ' _', A;.y ;J  7 Thieves are, perhaps, more gehe'r  ous,than"any other.class of citizens.>  Those who rob^the poor t through  trusts are liberal in helping lying^iiT  hospitals^and universities'. :y 'yu  . "A-woman^is capatile, ofv loving'^ a  man so much that she'will'-cruelly  ill-treat.!*-his / .child're'ri'' because] a  -former wife'.was-their^mother.-y^i-]  PROVINCE  AND: DOMINION  -���%  ,-at  GARDEN    DEFEATS-  McPHERSON  IN -VANCOUVER.  C. P.-R. to Improve Hotel Vancouver-*-  .-'-   Damages Awarded an Injured   "  Miner���General-Note's.  ���"     :~  ^Vancouvee,    February*    19.���.y  [Special   to  The '- Tribune.] ��� Ex^;,  mayor Garden was ttxlay elected to _���  the vacancy in the, provincial house"' Z  with   320" majority _ over' Robert^ ;  Maepherson.;  ThereYwaa -af remark- - ���  ably large vote, polled���3,589���aiid ~X  the result "was a- surprise to both1-* -  sioes. ^**       .        tc-'-j     - '.���'*', - *  ���^������. js ^ * -C \...      *^--  To Improve' Hotel" Vancouver. - * I  Vancouver; [ February,*'18.'$-The -/  C.,P. R. has decided to expend, five ,  hundred "thousand**dollars'!in'ten-"' '.,  larging the Hotel Vancouver and- ���*.  making it" one pf^the'finest'hotels;*1 ���'  on j the. coast." Architect Ratten-'A T.  bury has returned' from-Montreal1 /  with'-'>complete^prans''6f "enlarge: *��*;  ment,   " - . >�������". ~ - -     -'- -  7%  '.  '&  -.St  Ai  .' s_!s  *��?���  <" -7&  - jX��&  - - -NS  Mi  ,J_~t*,.$Zfe  A-<��  ,<J&&  morning, and he  throw additional  matter.  expects  light    on  him to  the  | thousand British troops have been. Infantry.  Made a Colonel.  London, February 19.^-The king  of Portugal has been gazetted a  colonel Yin  the Oxfordshire Light I  this is not given as authentic news.  The shut-down is said to be due to  the smelter trouble. There is no  doubt there is a number of other'  mines in thatdistrict which will  soon be in the same position. The  Whitewater ' mine, near Whitewater, has already'greatly reduced  its force owing to this trouble.- It  is said the company has on hand  over 700 tons -of sacked ore which  it is impossible to market. A reduction in the force at tliis mine  may shortly take place.  Sells Horseflesh as Meat.  John Ram, 52 years old, the proprietor of a butcher shop in New  York, was sent to prison in default  of a fine by justice Jerome for selling horseflesh as first-class sirloin  steak. Counsel for Ram asked that,  as it was the butcher's first offence,  the court extend clemency by a  suspension of sentence. Assistant  corporation counsel Steiuert, who  prosecuted, opposed the request/  saying .the practice of selling horseflesh was becoming too prevalent in  New. York and must be stopped.  Justice Jerome said the offence  with which Ram was charged was  a most reprehensible one and sentenced him to pay a fine of $100 or  30 days in the city prison, whither  the butcher was taken.  Mining Records.  The mining transactions recorded  yesterday are as follows: Transfers, from H. J. Arnold to J. P. Pax-  ton, one-sixth interest iu Shamrock, Reid, Santa Rosa, Beaver and  Shamrock fraction on Erie mountain, for a nominal consideration;  R. W. Day to E. K. Salisbury, one-  half interest in Lucky Jim claim on  Morning mountain, one-sixth in Silver fraction, three-eighths in Galena, one eighth in Royal hear Ymir,  y^ - . ������:������   r  --.---  Buried in Pauper's Grave.   '  Eleven years ago A. B. Wnelden,  then' just of age and of a wealthy  family, went to Kansas City from  Providence, Rhode island. , He  dropped deacLfrom the heat June  13 th, 1890, and after efforts to learn  of his relatives had failed he was  ' buried in an unmarked grave in the  .potter's field.  Ferdinand Whelden, who has  .hunted for more than ten years for  his brother, finally tracing him to.  Kansas City,.arrived the other day  'and found-the record of the death,  but could not locate the grave.  There is an estate of $125,000,  which would belong to the unfortunate Whelden were he living.   Pole-Carew'a Wedding.    ' "*- -.^A*  -   ^cl  ~^$��  y x&i  . _ .    y:y*iF  Awarded Three' Thousand'Dollars>i--x   >7A&  ���j RossijAND,. February?19.f���In the"--'  supreme court sittings herej today, ;y  chief  justice,- McColl -'presiding,-"ay. ,-  jury awarded-L'.~W.- McKelvey, /��-���/ -  miner, $3000 damages' for.--injurie9j?>  sustained ih'>an accident in,theCLe:'A^.-..  Roi mine last September.--.^The rope ~/^[$!k%  of the -j��ge> broke, owing?to'Tthe^g,;^!  negligence of *the engineer|aridi~theiy.v*|p*S  hoist^feWto   tne?800-footmevelS^m  crashing through a-biillchewl^ft.nal?;^  -permanently^ disablmg,. theY; plain- ': 'pa^,  :tiff'sieft;an_L'- The^suit'wMjfdr^rt^a.,  $25,000 .damages^ \ The'chief ^ji-stice/ ^AM.  declared thejjudgment perverse;rrei-' ��� -.-*���" ^AsCj  fused .*tormake*'an:6rder, bui allowed  _L. "*��� *l,*,*'"a��'^-  a.* y      ^   ��� \* i* if- ���j*-'i_p"��^�����'  '-*jS5|  !KXM  * y^iM  the!k^lrt��ies^t6iapp^ly.Vtb,' tEeJ.full^^ )sfe'@  Wm  ) one-fourth in Victor and Porcupine  London, February 19.���The marriage of brigadier-general Reginald  Pole-Carew to lady Beatrice Butler,  eldest daughter of the marquis of  Ormonde, at the Guards chapel,  Wellington B&rracks,.this afternoon  attracted an aristocratic assemblage, including many officers in  uniform. The newly married couple  received over 600 presents, king  Edward, queen Alexandra, the duke  and duchess of Cornwall and York  and the duke and duchess of Con-  naught being among the royal  donors.  Cannot Co-operate.  Capetown, February 19.���Mr.  Theron, president of the Afrikander  Bund, has decided that it is impossible for him to co-operate with Piet  Dewet's peace committee, but he  has offered the constituted authority his services to promote the  restoration of peace on terras honorable to both sides.  ~^'\  .1 An EnthuBiastic^Receptioii?$vfyn -$��$��&  Montreal, yFeb"^^^19;^The, " . yp^  .Star's London* cable^_sSysY-'London. '^-^.>||  has -rarely  witnessed; a -scenje^ ofr*"_,' j��j��fe|  patriotic enthusiasm:thaii' equaled-.  ,today's' luncheon' given "by^ lord1.*"  Strathcona at ^Kensington "Palace;..  , liotel to colonel Steel and *the"offi^-'  .cers and men of Strathcona's Horse.  .Owing to tbe'national*'mourning'  the gathering'was'of-a semi-private'  character, but "among Strathcona's'*-  personal friends present were lord,'  Dundalk,', under   whose 'command'  the   Strathconas- fought; St. John'  Broderick, secretary' of 'state for,,  war, lord Aberdeen! earl Gray, earl  j Derby   and "lord "Stanley.     Lord  Dundalk's',speech    recording    the"  deeds of Strathcona's Horse roused -  the gathering to the highest pitch  of enthusiasm.     Lord   Strathcona ;  received   volley    after   volley   of  cheers from the officers and men "of '  the Strathconas, but the   wildest '  cheering was  reserved for general ���  Buller, who unquestionably remains .  the hero of the fighting Canadians.  "We are," said colonel Steel, amid  vociferous cheers, "going back ,'to  Canada to settle up our little affairs '  there.    When we have done  that<<  we are ready to go back  to South <  Africa to fight  for   the   empire." .  The   Strathconas are   being overwhelmed with kindness everywhere.  EASTERN  CANADA   TELEGRAMS.  Opposed to Hostile Expeditions.  Washington, February 19.���Minister Conger has been instructed by(  cable to communicate to the foreign  minister at Pekin the feeling of the  United States government that further hostile .expeditions should not  be indulged in at this time.  Brief Precepts.  It is a jellyfish creed that has no  bones of difficulty.  Abiding achievement is greater  than restless activity.  Evil fastens on us only because it  finds affinity in us.  Too much service steals our time  for serious thoughts.  A good man not only knows how  to live; he knows how to die.  Charity draws from an exhaust-  less fountain; the more it gives the  more it has to give.  Montreal.���Recruits for Baden-  Powell's force will sail from Halifax  on March 20th on the Elder Dempster steamship Montfort.  Toronto.���Hon. Dr. Montague's  friends   in   Haldimand    present) d  him with a solid silver service c n  the eve of his departure for a fourv  months' tour in Australia. >  Toronto.���In the legislature premier Ross said that while not binding himself absolutely, the government had no idea of holding a general election until after another  session of the legislature.  Rockefeller Opens His Heart,  New York, February 19.���A contribution of a quarter of a million  dollars by J. D. Rockefeller, given  to Brown University was announced  tonight at the annual dinner of the  Brown University Alumni Society  of New York held at/the University Club.   Reprisals Reported.  London, February 19.���The Brussels correspondent of the Morning  Post says: Reprisals for America's  imposition of a, countervailing duty  oh Belgium sugar are reported to  be imminent. _. ���SLJkU^iXarKe^strtxMaat*_*^ ie*~a^ui*M&i.TVS*tii*��X*4*v.x r.  ���r^**nfrwK^a*^r*t*~Vfi*M+*r_ . a>J!��t-?M--��t--1��1 ,,  THE TRIBUKE: KELSON B. C, WENDESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1901  it"  It *'���  V  Ik  K r  ISW  ?h*  *;������  The  Children's  In every family is the very first and  most important consideration. To  establish and retain it there cannot be anything moro conducive  than appetizing and easily digested  food. Try any of the following  specialties.  scribed as lying hidden there. Probably when the World gives the  matter a little more thought -it  will cease to abuse the people of~  Kootenay, who, however misguided,  prefer to protect the fuel supply  they have rather than search for  others they know not where.  The vote upon the two money  by-laws yesterday was unusually  light. The reason for this can  doubtless be accounted for by the  fact that most ratepayers looked  upon the submission of the by-laws  in the light of a bookkeeping expedient, and not in the light of any  fresh liability. The passage of the  by-laws will now give the present  council a clean sheet and the spending of the whole of the current  revenue without any charges  against it for the previous year's  work.  Christie,  Brown & Co.  Rusk Biscuit.  Peek, Freen & Co.  Nursery Biscuit.  German Rusk-  Nestle's Milk Pood.  Milkmaid Brand:  Robinson's Patent Barley;  Robinson's Patent Groats  ALL   MEW   /\ND   FRESH  "o  ��� ���***���   _.  HUDSON'S  ,   . Premier Dunsmuir' is reported  as saying that   British,Columbia,!  since entering. the  Confederation^  has \ a ������-credit -i -balance ''of 'some'  $14,000,000 against the Dominion,  If 'this ccan,be' established^'there,  should - not - be   any, very -great  difficulty 'in . securing, from    the  Laurier v- government"  some . substantial -  assistance   to' the   lead  ��� smelting and refining, industry it)  -the way of a bonus-upon, refined  product.    -   A meeting of the men who probably know, most about consumption  -~was-heMvfrrOttawa*"last~week~wheri-  /���  a resolution was passed calling upon  all municipalities and organizations  to adopt organized methods for- lessening the spread of a disease which  causes one-fifth of the deaths in the  Dominion. And from the discussion upon the resolution it is  evident that'these medical authorities favor an organized method  which would center as many consumptives as possible at Kamloops,  B.C.  The defeat of Robert Maepherson  in Vancouver will come as a surprise to many people throughout  the province, but it may be taken  as an intimation "that the - electors  of Vancouver have no confidence in  Joseph Martin as leader of the opposition. , Martin went into the  fight with the statement that if he  could not win in Vancouver it was  useless for him to^ continue the  struggle, a consideration which  doubtless weighed with the electors.  SUNDAY  OBSERVANCE.  gainidg ground in Canada, California and the hill districts of British  India. *  There are orders, such as tho Poor  Clares, Trappists and Carmelites,  which go iu for fasting and  other mortifications of the body,  but they are by far the least numerous. Most religious communities  live well. Loyola expressly forbids  mortification of the body, which  might render the Jesuit a less efficient Soldier of tho Cross. Ho  wanted his disciples to be able-  bodied, enterprising, resourceful.  Saint Vincent forbade every attempt to rise above the common  law, unless in observing the law of  celibacy and rising at cock crow in  the morning. His daughters kept a  plain,'excellent table.  JUDGMENT FOR DEFENDANT  During the past four days no  Eastern Canadian mail has been received in Nelson over that branch  off James J. Hill's railroad known  as the Nelson & Foit Sheppard.  Breaks of four days in the mail  service are inconvenient to business  men, and attention is called to the  matter in the hope that the postmaster-general may make such  changes as will ensure something  like a regular service, even should  it be found necessary in doing so to  pay the Canadian mail subsidy to a  Canadian transportation company.  The Vancouver World says there  are untold millions of tons of coal  lying   hidden   in ' the ���   bosom    of  mother earth, and   therefore   the  people   of   Kootenay who   oppose  James J. Hill's attempt  to corner  the present available fuel. supply  are acting the part of dogs in the  manger.       The .World   evidently  overlooks ,the  buxom, proportions  of, and, makes light ^>f  the"-difficulties attending* the discovery of any thing vaguely de-  The members .of the Epworth  League of the. Methodist church,  the -Young People's Union of the  Baptist church and the Christian  Endeavor of the Presbyterian  church met in St. Paul's church last  evening/ During the .course of the  meeting some consideration was  given to "the matter of the obt<  servance of Sunday in Nelson when  the' following resolution-was moved  andfadopted ::" r* >^,  ���\ "Wliereas/there exists in the city  of Nelson a condition' "of affairs  utterljrat variance''with Christian  principles,* good .government, and  the' laws of*ourv"country; saloons  are publicly kept open beyond'the  hours allowed by statute and* only  ostensibly closed" on-tlie Sabbath;  and, whereas, gambling -is known  to exist in'saloons," aiid in the _ rear.  , of cigar stores and news stands;'  and, whereas,, the t Sabbath is  flagrantly desecrated By' tlie playing of , baseball ahd^'other ''games  .upon the.public' recreation grounds,  disturbing the" peace of our citizens  [and setting a bad example'to the"  young 'growing up" in our midst,'  and disregarding the divine intent  of the* Sabbath as a day of rest and  worship, and turning it into one of  hilarity, and, in many instances, of  "dehauchery r*, ' Jr  Be it therefore Yresolved,'!. That  'we, the United Young People's"Societies' of" Christian Endeavor of  ithecity of .Nelson, desire to plac^  ourselves on record as " opposed to  the above recited violations of both  the moral, and- civil laws, and are  determined that we will' use every  -lawful and-persuasive.means in our_  power to bring about a better condition of affairs. 2. That we are  heartily in sympathy with the  movement just inaugurated to form  a local branch of ��� the Lord's Day  Alliance of Canada in j^ur city and  will aid it by every means in our  power. 3. That a copy of these  resolutions be entered upon the  minute book by the secretary of  our local union of Christian Endeavor, and that a copy of the same  be given to the press for publication.  j    Fortunes of Great Orders.  Paris, February 18.���Two closely  printed volumes of 1000 pages each  have been distributed to the members of the chamber. The printing  of them has cost ��800. They are  packed with statistics on the fortunes in real estate of the religious  orders, and show their progress  since 1850, wheu the worst wave of  reaction that France ever experienced set in. That year they  owned properties valued at ��2,000,-  000. Their ostensible real estate  has since risen to ��14,000,000, but  the wealth held in trust and otherwise kept out of sight must, it is  thought, considerably exceed ��120,-  000,000. Should this ratio of increment continue they would in  another half century possess ��400,-  000,000 to ��800,000,000. t  Therearealtogether 3210 religious  houses in France. Of these 2784  have schools of various kinds. Since  1877 the religious orders have  swarmed in Algeria, where they  number 30,130 members. The numbers are not given of that swarm to  the.other French, colonies, and to  Canada and British . India, - where  Roman pathplic. enterprise is very  'great. Sacred -Heart, convents, go  in for elegant education for young  women.   They have beens rapidly.  Supreme Court- Business.  When the supreme court opened  yesterday morning Mr. Justice Irving, gave his judgment in the case  of Briggs vs. Newswander, and it  was in fayor of the defendant. He  stated that he had found all the  facts in favor of the plaintiff, but  he held that" the contracts which  were made between the parties involved were so vague that it was  Impossible for any court to enforce  them. He therefore gave judgment  in favor of the defendant without  cost. Action has already been taken  to appeal the case. _   "    ���  The  next case before the court  was that of Wigen vs. the Nelson  & Bedlington -Railroad  Company.  It appears that the plaintiff owns  a mineral claim near  Creston, and  some time   ago the railroad company constructed its tra.cks across  it. -: Mr. Wigen is j-sning.l for - what  damages' the,* court  might" award.  >Mr..Wigen was   the-first', to' give  evidence, and-'if went-to show that,  five tons of'goocTqre were'destroyed  .and covered up,,aud that a tunnel  and 'shaf fcwvera. closed-which' made-  it impossible to develop the claim''- *-  , M.'S.'Davisf Mr.'Nelson1 and J/Bf  Church also gave evidence on behalf  of*the~plaintiff.~" When the case; of  plaintiff.was-completed the- solici-  - tors moved for a non-suit,  but- the  judge ruled<-against it.- -J. H. Gray,  aTcivil engineer of Kaslo, was giving  evidence'for the- defendants when  court adjourned-at' 4:301 yesterday  afternoon. - He stated that the'tun-  . nel and shaf t had -been Opened, up'  and that the property,was- iu good-  . condition for being developed.---  ., -The old story connected with this  -trouble - is an' interesting one. -As  -the construction of tlie,road approached-   the    property-  Wigen  'warned the men that they should  advance no further.   He also built  [a. fence across his place in order to  stop   their-   advance. - The- road  gradually advanced, and as it encroached upon the edge of \the property more exciting events occurred.  Wigen had the- engineers ~arrested  and they retaliated in a like manner.    A special train tdok them all  away to be tried before a justice of  the peace. - The various cases were  dismissed with costs.*   Wigen then  -tried --for-an-injunction���but-that-  failed, and now he is after damages.  mimiilr,trrnliiiiilllliilitilirmn|j  Y Ladies' Misses' and I  Children's Under-muslins   Ij  |       at Unheard of Prices       |  xxxxxxxnnx  ���*____.!__2fe ___2___*~__S_ -__S.r______t ________*_____!* "__2_r_____s ���_______����� ^ ���.______*��� ^k *^�� ^ ��� !��*t  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  TITnTTTT*nHTTTTTTTTTTrTIIIIimiTTT*>fTT��  to  to  to  to  to  Irvine & Co.  Embroideries,  Wash Laces and Domestics  Greatly Reduced.  TT~TTtarT,TiTtTT,tTVTa,���,���,,,i������ai��a  TEN DAYS SALE OF LADIES' WHITEWEAR?!  to  FOR TEN-DAYS WE WILL OFFER A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WHITEWEAR AT  THIS LINE INCLUDES  Ladies' Nightdresses, 75 cents to $6.00  Corset Covers, 20 cents to $1.75  Lace and Embroidered Underskirts* 75 cents-to $12.00  to        7  WThe  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  balance of our Winter Stock of Ladies' Tailor-made'Costumes, to  Jackets, Capes and Skirts at Reduced Prices to  to  to  (fV White Cambric Muslin, Nainsooks. Victoria Lawn, India Linens, White and Colored.  Organdies, Dimities, Fancy Muslins, Plain, and Dotted Swiss and Piques  Our-Winter Millinery  .Must be Cleared up in  Order to Make Room for  Spring Styles '  Fred Irvine & C6.  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  nrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTTrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTT  *Furs  We-are Letting go  at Prices to Suit the  Buyer ,  gt\i. " BinraiiHii'timiiiiiiimirimiiiraTiiit , ��� ., 7,-7 UMiimrmnnTTTrrYTTmimiminumfl      __k_  HL, . \ ..--���, ��� , -j- " <���������������--_��� * .-- <y * i)\  V_^.*4^_.__AX0\ ^0 *&0 ��� 00 *00 * 0& %00 ��� 0^F *00 ��� ^^"���0/0 ��� 00 *00 ��� 00 *^0 ��� 00 ��� ��� ^^*V ^^fc��*^^^ * ^^fc�� ^^k ��� ^^^�� ^^. ��� ^^^** ^^k ��� ^fc* ^^^ ��� ?___k*-^Mk * ^^t ^^ �� ^9k NftTinf  ^B ^^^^^^^   *^^^^__      _^*_____    _______ _________ ________^ ________��� _________ __^_____�� ________> ________.________> ________��� _______     ________ _______      ________ ______Vk   ________ _____________________  ________ _____���__! ______�� ___________________Z ________\W\_________ _________________�� ______________________________ ________��____________\_W____\ _____________________ _______WWWW\\____\ ______\_\_\\\\\\\_m    _^^^^T     ^r  "l- ^^^m^k_\____** ^^^ *^fck. * ^B^ *^^^"* ^^ *^^ " ^^^ *^^ * ^^ *^^ * ^^ *^^^* ^'���^k1*^^^* ^^k ��� * __t0 * 00* __^0%? 00* 00 ^ 00* *4I0 " 00* ^0 * 00* 00 " 00* 00 " ^0* 00 * 00 * 00  821 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson  American ��qd European Plant.  Limited.  ,vj.  CHARLES HILLYERp-  President ?and> General Manager.  HARRY HOUSTON,,  Secretafy-Treasurer  'All Communications'to be addressed to either of-the'above  MEALS  !25  CENTS  KOOTENAY.....  COFFEE CO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************.  We aro offering at lowest prices Iho beat  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Our Ben'*, Mocha and Java Coffee, por  pound .   .     .. / ..   . % 40  Mocha and Java Blend, il pounds  1 00  Choice Blond Collco, 4 pounds  1 00  Spoclal Blend Coffoo, G pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, C pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound SO  A TRIAL ORDER. SOLICITED..  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  ROOMS LIGHTED BY-KLBCTRICrfT  AND HEATED BT BTBAM  ^ aSCENTBTOfl  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER flTKKHT. NJBLaOK.  Lighted by Electricity, and Heated with tot. Air.. ������  ���w ���  large comfortable bedroomii and flraKJlaat  dining-room. Sample ipoms toe oommtirolal men.  RATES S2 PER DAY  H|rs.-E^C; BlarKe^Prop,  I.ATK OJT THB BOTAL* BOTJg,, OAIflAKT  N|adden House  Baker and Ward  atmettt. Nelson  The onlj hotel ln Nelaon that turn remained  under one management elnoe 1800.   .  The bed-rooms axe mil furnished'Uid UgateA  by eleotrlolty.  ��� Tho bar la always stocked by tbo beat dam i-  Uo and Imported llqnors and olgara.  THOMAS MADDBN. Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager  We are ppepaped/to.Fupnlsh-  by Rail, Bai>��:e oi> Teams   ./  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH ,dnd DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL, and COAST, CEILING,  . A\ LOCAL;and,COAST FLOORING,--  DOUBLE DRESSED, COAST CEDAR  rustic, shiplap; STEPJPING,  -      PINE and: CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR, JAMBS, WINDOW STILES.     -  TURNEDiWORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS; NEWEL POSTS   ���  TURNED VERANDA'POSTS  STOREFRONTS  .      DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Oup Prices before  pu-Pehaaing?elaewhere.      ->c  OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. B. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  P. Bums & Co.  Hkad Office at  NELSON, B.  0.  Wholesale and Retail^  Dealers in Meats  Bar atockod wlth^boet brands of wines, llqnon,  and Clgara. Beer on draught. Large oomfori-  abloronmR.   IlniMtbus table boa'd.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBKWEBS aVND DOTTUOSfl 09-  FINE LAGER BEER* ALE  AND PORTER .  Prompt and regular  doll very to this trade  Irewery at Helton  MRS. CARR  LAT�� OP VANCOUVER  LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formerly occupied by Miss MacMllIan,  Vlotoria^ 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, B. C.  $2. per year.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and  O. Ran UQ.  tana]  Streets.  roNB WO..M  Home Grrown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Shrubs  Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Plants and Seeds.  Kxtra choico stock of Peacb, Apr'cot, Plum,  Cherry and Prune Trees. Wow importation of'  flisD-class Rhododendrons,Hoses, Cliuiatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, otc.  80,000 to choose from. No agents or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspection charged.  Gicenbouse plants, agricultural implements, fertilizers, bee supplies, etc. Largest and moat  comploto stock in tho province. Send for catalogue before placing your orders.  Address  ty. J. HENRY, Vancouver, B. C.  Markets at Nelson, Roesland, Trail,, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelatote, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Ofoj-vMid1-  way, and Vancouver,  Mail Orders Promptly, Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  -      Alala KINDS 09 -  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEA80N    .  Baker Street, Nelson   ~       JJ.  C,  TRAVES,  Maiiagef  nRnmiui wr matt, rwiwiiti f>A.Rw��nia aoti prompt' ni-vwnma'.   ROSSaUAIND   BINQlNlBBRIIVa  WORKS  CUNLIFFB  ��c MoMILLAN  \ *- ' - '  Founders and Machinists, Specialty of Oro Cars, Ore-Bin Poors and General Mining Machinery.  List of second-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly oveihauled and is aB good  as new: - '  1 2>H. P. Locomotive-type boiler, -with engine attached and all fittings, ready to turn on steam.  -   -//x8/; oOUbie Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist, built hy Ingersoll Co.  nklng Pump, No. 5 Cameton, New York.  WHOLESALE TRADE  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE 8c CO.,.LIMITED.^Cofner Vernon  , ''and. Cedar stroets, Nelson, manufaoturora  of and wholesale dealers in, ��rated-waters and  fruit syrups.  Sole-agents for Halcyon Bpilngi^  mineral water; Telephone GO.   .V.   * L  .    ASSAYERS!   SUPPLIES.  "TT7-. F. TEETZEL ft CO.-Corner Baker and  . vv .   Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale deal.,  ers in  assayers supplies.  Agent* 'vat Denvo  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.    -  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS 8c CO.-Baker- street, Nelson  ���. wholesale    doalers   ln -liquors,'  cigars.  cement, Are briok and fire olay, water plpejuod  -  steel rails, and general 'commission merohants.  -      , ELB0TEI0.AL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY 8c CON-  SI RUCTION COMPAN Y-Wholeaaledeal-  ers in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,,  fixtures, etc.,' Houston blook. Nelson.  *.,.  FLOUR AND .FEED.  BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY  ���Ceroala,'Flour, Grain, Hay., Straight or'  mixed oars shipped to all Kootenay- Points.  ' Grata elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R. Mills at Victoria, New West  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  ~        FRESH AND SALT MEATS: .  BURNS"*" CO.-Baker street.- Nelson."'  wholesale dealers in freehand eured mpata.-  Cold storage. .  GROCERIES.    :  A MACDONALD 8c COl-Gonter Front and:  ��� Hall streets, wholesale 'grocers and  ���obbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maoklnaws and miners' sundries.  OOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY,   LIMI-  TED-Vernon   street. Nelson,  wholesale  grooers.  P.  TOHN CHOLDITCH 8c CO.  -u���esn, who  -Front street,' Nel-  Jt Y. GRIFFIN 8c CO.-Front street, Nelson.  ���  wholesale   dealers  in  provisions,   oured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.',  H BYERS 8c CO.-Corner Bakerand Josephine -  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in nard- -  ware and mining supplies. Agents-for Gland ���  Powder Co.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  Baker 8b., Nelson, wholesale   dealers ln  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers'supplies. . __  UQUORS AND DBY GOODS.  1 ti":  1 Sin  1 Sinkinic Pumpi I0"x5"xl3", outside packed plunger pattern.  Watch this advertisement for further lists, or write ua before you buy for complete list.  may have just vhat you want.  Agents for Northey Pumps.  P. O. Box 198.  We  Stock carried.  THIRD AVENUE, ROSSLAND.  2K�� aasirr costs butone centisss^PiIB,  To drop ns a post card that we may call and  Never  have any plumbing done until you  ive estimates.  It~savea many dollars.  Lave seen our goods -aiid onr prices.  OPPOSITE  STRACHAN BROTHERS. Plumbers.  REILEY&BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  W0RK<%a  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  EXPERT H0RSE8H0EINC:  Ifc fills tha bill. I white Labor Only.  Special attention  andouatom w<  bolts mad�� to  ven to all kinds of ro]   c.-aide points.  oashml noUoa.  ilring  P. J. RUSSELL  Buyer and Bxporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prices  Prompt Aeturns  Fair Assortment  Ship br ExpraaM.  NBIoSONj B. G.  for Fabet teewing Co. of Milwaukee and' Cal  gwry Brawii^C Co^ofCalgary.  ' * POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMHaTON YPOWDER^COMPANY-Baker ���  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,,  sporting, stumping and black bUstlng powders,  wholesale dealers In eaps and fuse, and electrio  Wasting apparatus. ���-  SASH AND DOORS.  ���M-BLBON SAW AND PLANING MILLS.  -** IilMTTED-Corner Front and HaU streets,  Nelson, manufaoturers (tf and wholesale'dealers  in sash and doors) all kinds of factory work mads  to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.    :  CALIFORNIA    WINE  COMPANY.    LIMI-  TBD���Corner Front and1 HaU streets. Nelson, Vrhiflesale dealers tn wines (ease and bulk,  And dommMo anrt. Imnortoid' etetam.   '  ANTI-CHINESE BESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a'regular  meeting hold on Saturday Veventng,-.December  22nd, 1900, all members of .'Nelson Miners' Union  No. 86, ������w;^F.viM.v are requested to use every  legitimate means  To Di^oma^e the Employment or  '_ ���^PatronizLpfifT of Chinese    '  directly or indirectly*. All union men and others  who believe ia'maldng this a "whito man's country, are requested toco-operate in giving effect to  the aforesaid resolution;   By order,  ���*';*��� -. NKLSONT iMINERS'   UNION.  Nelson, December 22nd.".:;-  Tho above resolution has been endorsed bv the  Trades and Labor Council:of Nelson, and all  union men; and others: in sympathy with it, are  ���   -   ��� -���        jives   i  requested to govern* themselves   accordingly.  - '"'���    ByorderY   :  TRADES 8c.LABOR. COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nelson, Deoember'ffind.  ^  -   .������ ..���_  *        ARCHITEOTa  IPWAST-a; CARRIE���Architects.   Rboms  *- ��nd I Ahsrteen Maok. Bakwrriwat, HeUca. "V. -*--  ^T^SS*^
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CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00
KHST    7.000.00O.0O
UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.180.80
Lord Strathoona and Mount Royal ...President
Hon. Oeorge A. Drummond Vice President
K. S. Clouston ." General Manager
Corner Bakor and Kootenay Streets.
A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.
Branches ln London (England) New York,
Chicago, and all the principal oltios ln Canada.
Paid-up Capital,
Reserve Fund,
$8 000.000
-   $2,000,000
Imperial Bank of -Ganada
Capital Authorized
Capital Paid' up -
Qeo. A. Cox,
•Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable
Trftn hT(_ TH*
Grant Commercial ahd Travelers' Credits,
available in any part of the world.
Drafts Issued, Collections Made. Eto.
Saving-s Bank Branch
• B. C. Gold Fields	
Bluck Tail	
Brandon & Golden Crown	
Canadian Goldfields Syndicate
Cariboo (McKinney)	
Cariboo Hydraulic	
Centre *8tar" ,
Crow's Nest Pass Coal	
California j  .'...,
Deer" Trail  Consolidated	
Evening Star	
Fairview Corporation	
Golden Star	
Granby  Smelter	
Iron Mask	
Jim Blaine	
Knob Hill	
^Montreal & London	
Morning  Glory	
Mountain Lion   	
Noble Five	
North Scar	
Old Ironsides	
Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated..
Slnoan Sovereign	
Virtue". .7.	
War Eagle Consolidated	
Waterloo..'. : .-.	
White Bear	
2000 Deer Trail	
1000 Hammond Reef	
1000 Hammond Keef	
2300 California    	
500 White Bear	
10D0O Waterloo 	
6000 Fairview	
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1 20
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Robt. Kilgour,"
London Offloe. 60 Lombard Street. XI. O.
New York  Office, > 13   Exchange   Place.
and Ci Branches in Canada and the
United States.
Intercut allowed on doposits.   Present rate
three per cent. ■   '
-   Manager Nelsou Branch.
beasts of burden.    They can see
the, "handwriting on,the wall" and
knowiwhat it portends..  The labor
organizations have already assumed
such tremendous {proportions and
exerted   'such ^ extraordinary - in-
fluqncel.;that it^will be.impossible
to stay/their" progress and clearsighted men are, already accepting
the inevitable-and seeking to devise means to adapt the movement
to suit their^own ends.-  The/-workers,- however* must be constantly on
the alert., and   iiot-~ submit  to° be
hoodwinked but.carefully" discriminate1  between     their    pretended
friends and actual foes.   Let us, all
then," calmly' and* dispassionately,
use our best endeavors^ to secure
the blessings and comforts which
assuredly   await   us   in   the   near
future.,    ' ' - '
,.    Tn'these days, of-^keen--.compete
tion',  money-making : and1 sensual
r*     - v, - -i      ■",       v -
indulgence, thoughtful'; peopleVcan",
"discern   unmistakable   signs   of   a
coming regime that will Jbe totallyr
different to • all' previously existing
institutions. Great revolutions have
taken place in many countries with
theii'j attendant horrors of rapine
and ."bloodshed,   but1" in  the -near
future we shall'find a complete subversion of- the -present^social sjrs-
-tem introduced in a quiet ariH'pekce-
ful manner.   The great majority of
the people have in their blind ignorance   submitted' to the will and'
caprices of their powerful masters.'
Now that they have ''-
telligence aud havei-been sufficiently
- educated  to think.foTr themselves-'
they are rapidly freeing themselves,
from their slavish surroundings.;   ,:
The grand-aud noble spirit of democracy' has   produced ' men   .of
" worth   Who have" proved * conclusively that "blue;blobd" is of'little
value unless backed up'by brain's
and intelligence.'   The great "Labor
Movement" is spreading 'slowly; but
surely in every civilize-d country,
and its influence 'and strength are
viewed with the utmost alarm by
its opponents.   The note of warn-1
i _   ing is.constantly.being sounded in
their   ears   and   their    uneasiness
is plainly visible by their peculiar
ahd forcible antagonism.   At one
time rigorous and -repressive measures are introduced, to be succeeded
byaseries of concessions.   In the
old worM"many~time-honored instil
tions that have  existed . for. centuries   and   were   supposed to be
firmly rooted in , the hearts*- of- the»
people have had their, foundations
undermined  and "have ' been'   replaced by others more conformable"
to the spirit of progress and liberty
that is advancing, with such rapid
strides. '. , ■
The.extension of.the franchise and
the introduction of the ballotjiave
placed a wonderful weapon' in-the
hands of the masses'which will assuredly yield' most extraordinary
results. The recent Dominion election in Yale-Cariboo is a convincing
proof of the power of the workers,
when a little more unanimity would
have achieved a grand success. The
workers of every degree and calling
must cordially co-operate and fight
the good fight together, ever onrthe
watch to meet and conquer the •. insidious proposals and nefarious
schetoes that are so continually introduced to thwart the- higher objects of the toilers.
The grand old statesman Gladstone in many of his wonderful and
eloquent speeches often alluded to
the distressing conditions that
operated so biCnefully upon the
masses and urgently advocated the
great need of popular reform, predicting the great changes that must
inevitably take place in our social
and industrial relations. . His prophetic voice is often now echoed by
broad-minded statesmen, even those
connected with the highest aristocracy. . They- cannot disguise the
fact that the people will no longer
consent' to be mere drudges and
-' Only one woman  in the world
has ever sat on "the^ throne of the
emperor of China. She is an American girl, Miss Mary Conger1-Pierce
of Des Moines. American girls-have
become   noted for  attaining' high
positions abroad and making a conquest of princes and dukes.   But
Miss Pierce has reached the highest
position'of all, a seat on the throne
reserved for the supreme; ruler/ of
the largest and most autocratically
^.governed   country, among" all jthe
nations of history, ancient, medieval
or modern.   This enviable position
came to. Miss Pierce as the happy
climax to the most perilous experiences during" ttie'siege of Pekiu., As;
the ward and niece of major Edwin
H. Conger, American  minister to-
China,'- she shared; the   privations^
an i terrors that befelluall-the foreigners in the. legation buildings. *7
Ou the 28th day of August, 1900/-
the allies, conducted thejiistorical
triumphal, march through, 'the em-]
peror's" -''Forbidden City:" This step
was taken' in ordef-that^tKe most'
^supreme disgrace 'should"' be visited
upon the-riiliug^dynastyin China.
The "Forbidden City" was sacred
."ground, and" the pressure of a for-
' eign foot upon its sacred flagstone
,wafc,as great an' ignominy as could
befall the -government of the Chinese empire.   No foreigner had ever
before caught a glimpse of tbe mysteries that lay inside the Kou Tou
..gate and'beyond the moat that surrounds the high wall oftheHsu-
Ching-Cheng.;-. The   allied   troops
marched through, the Purple palace
without a halt.   Then the' general
officers,   their respective  staffs, a
-handful 'of.othervofficers and & scattering of newspaper correspondents,
members of the various diplomatic
corps,   and t missionaries   .walked
through"    the    "Forbidden   City"
slowly^ enough to view some of its
.wonders and magnificence. "~        ,_
YA'fewwomeni among whom was
lady Claude Macdonald, wife of the
British minister at' Pekin, accompanied  the   little, party.       They
passed straight through the palace
grounds, along the" Courts of Harmony and Secure Peace, out of the".
Kou Ton gate'and over the bridges"
across the moat.     The gate, was
closed  behind   them,   and   orders
were given that no foreigner should
be  allowed   to 'pass "through   it
again.   It was then thought that
no "foreign devil" would ever see
the interior of the Forbidden City
again.   Miss Pierce was not one of
the  favored  party    who    passed
through   the; Forbidden   City   on
August 28th, but she is an American girl and did not give up '-hope
of seeing the emperor's palace, notwithstanding that orders had been
given that no -one should re-enter
it.     Brigadier-general Wilson" arrived in Pekin too late to take part
in the "triumphal march," and on
September 22nd he and the American commissioner, Mr. Rankin, decided to visit the Forbidden • City.
Learning of their intention," Miss
Pierce   so   arranged matters that'
when   the  paity- started   on   the
morning of September 22nd she was
a member of it.*.-
No less a personage.than;,the old
Chinese comptroller of the Purple
Palace, theY emperor's residence,
acted as guide for the interested
and delighted Americans. They
did not leave a nook - or cranny of
the curious historic palace unvisited,
and they were the first, foreigners
to view many part of-the residence
of the "Son of Heaven," which tha
D. R. Wllkie, General Uanasm,
E. Hay, Inspector. -
Nelson Branch-Bnrna Blook,' 231 Baker Streot
J. M. LAY, ManatCu.
visitors on the 28th of August had
missed in their tour of observation.
The crowning episode off- the day's
adventures came when the Ydoor of
the throne room was opened by the
attendants, at the reluctant-command of the Chinese comptroller.
For the first time in history a~.white
man's foot was placed on the"marble
flagstones that led to the beautiful
carved^ gateways  and barriers of
stepsv and   railings    which,    surmounted with vases of carved jade,
guards the !'Sacred Pearl," as ythe
seat of the Dragon Throne is called,
from contact with. mortals.   Miss
Pierce glanced,up at tthe roof of
gilded woodwork above the throne
with an expression of wonder and
"enjoyment. < -r
"Oh! I wonder if I could sit on
the throne of the emperor of China?"
she exclaimed.- _.
General Wilson -gravely assured
her that while such a proceeding
on her part would be entirely
foreign to precedent; there were no
objections to her doing so. So tbe
fair American girl ran lightly up
the steps and with a charming little
laugh of satisfaction sat right down
in the place which had never been
occupied by anyone save an emperor
of the Flowery Kingdom, and will,
in all-probability, neyer again be
occupied by anyone outside the
royal family in China for _ all. time
to come. The Chinese attendant,
the imperial- comptroller, horrified
at the sacrilege, fell-forward on his
face as if suddenly stricken dead..
It is an' honor that" not even the
crafty and, powerful empress-- dowager of China can ever hope to' attain. There were many other^ interesting things .which Miss "Pierce
enjoyed.on that day when she was
queen.       "        -      -    ^„
Skagway Getting Up-to-Date. "- "-
^Skagwayiis'to have'a rstreet car
system.   M. L. Sherpy, a citizen of
the northern.'gateway' town,, says
that   new   evidence -has'.been-*bb-
tained-inregard'to the granting, of
townsite privileges* to J. B. Moore,
and  he thinks the case will' certainly be reopened.   Then as soon
"as the"4townsite" "matter is settled,
. there are citizens ready to build a"
street railway from end to end of
the'town, I The railroad is making
.money and enlarging shops" and the
-monthly payrolls in the.busy season
aggregatefrom,$25,000-,to $30,000Y
' ^ -. Freak^Bills. '
< A freak member of the .Wisconsin
legislature has * introduced "two remarkable bills. Both are to encourage .the development, of the population by paying annual premiums to
the mothers,'of large .'families.
Mothers having-six children,' $10;
seven, $12; "eight, $15;"" nine," $20;
ten, $25; eleven, $30; ..twelve, $35.
The other is a bill _to encourage
matrimony. It provides that -. the
assessors of towns shall take a list
of unmarried men of 30 -years of
After Stocktaking
I have still a larger stock onfhand than I wish to carry, therefore I
will offer a discount of 10 per cent on the price of every article.
All.the articles are new and neat, and this sweeping discount
makes it worth your while to help .me get rid of them.
also all the latest and most unique patterns in
1-7 'i
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1847 FLAT WARE A^^m:, y|
CHILDREN'S SETS     V& ' '-' 5
OAKWARE   - :   y'-y^vH
solid gold Jewelry with and without settings.
JACOB DOVER, The  Jeweler.
Oup Jewelry and Wateh Department is" in full swing.
Mall Orders receive, our Prompt Attention.
Ward Bros.
Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES
" * -   .    i- J-i—r-. -
Desirable Business and Residence Lots
In (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.
V _)■>—■*
.__ ^._f^%
"*. - 7£&£
-  »{P'¥
<-   iii
-I     "iSl
Office on
Baker Street, west of Stanley Street
age or over and fix a special tax of
$10 a year on each of them.
qemenibsr the new stand  at Corner 'of Ward
aqd Baker Streets.
Canada Drug & Book Co.
•1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.
Boarding and Day.School for Girls. Will ro-
open,January 16th. Terms moderate. For termi
aud prospectus apply to
The Can-Dex Copying Book and InK.
Letters and other documents can be copied perfectly and quickly without the use of water,
press, brush or moisture pod.
' JOHN BLANKY, Agent, Nelaon, B. C.
„ Rossland, B, C, November 9th,'l900.
To F. B. Salisbuby :
Notice is horeby given that I, William Griffiths,
Intend to claim the Interests in the following
named" mineral claims formerly- held by .F. B.
Salisbury, on which he has neglected to' pay his
share of the expenses of the annual assessment)
work.  To wit: . •-■•.*■■'
Aone-half (!) interest in tho "Bunker Hill"
mineral claim.
A ono half (J) interest in the "Sullivan" mineral
A one-half (J) Interestin tho "Fidelity" minera.
olaim. *■•'.■
All the adjoining claims, ituated on the west
fork of the north tork of Salmon river, In the
Nelson Mining Division,
This action Is taken under Section 11 of Chap*,
ter 45. of the statutes of 1899 and amendments of.
1900. mLiatAM B. TOWNSmflK-    '
lf,.-^_     I Agent fox WilliamGriffiths.
t        General Broker
.   fire,' Life' and *"
accident1 insurance
^ * Money to loan at 8% or on the installment plan.
'j.       *    ^ * f  ,
-PoiiSale  '     ',<"->*-,
, The Haywood placoYY Price and terms on applications   i    r      -v «t .1 ,-*»•■
3 fifty foot lots on Robson street $800 00
2 twenty-flve foot lots, ObservatorySt.... 600 00
A 25-footlot opposite the Thalr Hotel, a *-- ~ir
bargain .-. ,....*. -. 050 oo
Several other good buys are on my list.'  **
'    " - "-   For.Rent.'  ' -        '     ,
1 Room House, Carbonate Street .. 130.00'
6 Room House, Mill Streets .\...".  23.00
A Ground-Floor Ofllce r  25.00'
i Room Cottage .:. -  12 50
The_Hayward -place.   Cabins for rent.
See my list of Real Estate.
- Front Doors.
Inside Doors     - ""
Screen Doors
Windows    *
_ y.Inside Finish:"
-   looal and coasb,    ^
/Flooring,    ,.
■'  >l, local and ooasfc, - •" >
Newel Posts
Stair Rail,
Rough and
__*,—pressed Lumber—*=-
of all kinds.
J. A. Sayward
Porto Rico Lumber Co.
Rough and
A-1 White Pine Luinber Always in
We carry a complete stock of
Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.
Special order yrork will receive
prompt attention.   ,
oo m
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The census of Canada will be taken in April, and the population pf the several, incorporated cities jwill', be known a short
time^ afterwards.   The TRiBUNEr publishes- Daily -and" -Weekly
* editionsat the following rates of subscription-by, mail: Wjeekly; J'd
one year $2; Daily, six months,.$2.50; one1 year,, $5.' Tlie Daily
is delivered in Nelson^by carrier at the^ following, .rates :5 Three ^ , I
months, $2.50; six" months, ,$5; one year, $10.   A large number'.,
of subscribers are in arrears, and a large number of subscriptions .
s are about to expire, besides a*large number of.people in Koptenayy
4 and Yale are about to renew subscriptions,for newspapers for.'tho'J
'"year;   In order to make it an object for all" these people to patronize The Tribune, the following sums are oiferedas. prizes, on1
the following conditions:       7    • ' V   ' ."" . -"
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The subscriber remitting
Nelson^.;." '
Rossland .:..,
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.Greenwood ..
; 26
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, -26
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$2 in'payment of either arrears'
or advance subscriptions to The Tribune will be entitled to give
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ten estimates. „Fill^ out'blank,, below, in accordance with above
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  ,     '        , _- NELSON, B. C.
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Subscription to Edition of The Tribune
Estimate as to population of
Canada    ,v	
New   Brunswick
Nova   Soctia
City of Nelson
City of Rossland
City   of Kaslo
City of Sandon
City of Revelstoke
City of Grand Forks
City of Phoenix
City of Greenwood
This offer holds good until the 1st of April,,t901.
liiliirimrmmiiinm BMI
Porto Rico Lumber Co; Ltd.
°ffltf* -:-   .    -NELSON
This Cabinet Cigar Store
. G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.
Headqaarrters for
Smoking and PIpm.
The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter
In all sized packages and. l-p-ouud bricks
September Selected Ontario Cheese
Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese
Fresh Bogustowre Ranch Eggs
Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices
*^ M.—Jfeeta in ralners'-nnlon rooms, north-- ytii
M8t oorner Vlotoria and Kootenay rtreeto, every "r' L-7^r
Saturday- evenlne at 8-|o'clook. Visiting mem, -^-S!
bers wefoorae. Jf. K. Mowatt. PreeidentT Jamep- S ~<&
Wilkes..' SeoretMT.- ^.Union Scauc of^Waoks^O A&
for Nelson DiSTMcr-Por shift .machine-- » i|sg
men, $3.fi0: hammersmen miners. $3.25; muckors. ^ '•'tfffl
oannen. shovelors and other underground labor- fti&z
ers.^.00.    -,;   \r        c_     '       z-. - "   *-p ^>,%s|g
* ■ lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor . '•> \" ?*
Conuoll^will beheld ln the,miners' union.haU,\
C. P. B. bmldhiK,  corner' Bakeriand.Stanley-  .
streets, on the flrst and third Thursday of each 'A*
?°i?,t^ *} 73°P> P*  c- J- ClaytonT^Pretfdent.     . T'^«
A. T. Curie, Secretary..-       .,>   - •  I.     •-.,   '- ■_.   '-^.V^
ner.Vlotoria  and   Kootenay streets." Cha'les; «-«?*&
,Clayton,,President,.John MeLeod, Sepreta^.v^'f^y^
^ARBBRS; UN!ON.-Nelson Unlon.xNoi M8.*6f "^^
.* Vf International Journeymen^Barber s Vn-\ &.' 5*^
Ion of America, meets every nrsfc and third Mon-1 ' "
day of each month ln Miner's Union Hall, corner
of Victoria and Kootenay streets, at 830 p.m.
sharp. VlsiUnfl:- brothers cordially invited to.-?
attend. It. McMahon, .prerident: J.;H.rM«tho. "j
non. secretary-treasurer; -J. C. Gardner, recording i-. <
secretary.,; >   .    ' *., -_u.-        ,-_ .  . ^ ^^\y
TABORKR8' UNION.'-Nelson .Laborere'^Pfo 'Yf -
*J teoUve Union. No. 8m. A?J. of L^meets ln 'i",
Mlners'^Umon hall, C. P.-R.fblock. corner of- "
JJaker and Stanloy streeta, every Monday eveniim ~r- "■
at7:30p.m. sharp. Visiting members of theAmerl-- '!'■
oan Federation cordially. Invited 'to-attend. ~'"
A. 3. ,Curle, President. Jofin','ltoberts, re- '
cording secretary.,-,,.;, ,   „    ^. _z _ ■^■yC'17^   *'
•*■' -meeting of -the  Painters' Union? IsTheldY   5
the flrst and third Fridays in each month at'Mln.     -
ers' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. -J. H. MUlwaid.
President; W1U J. HatchrSeowtaiy.y ""^^      '
Y, meeUngs   everw^Tuesd^ evening at .8-30
o clock, in Muieis Union Hall, corner of-Baker
and Stanley streots. 'Vlstlng^brethren cordially '
invtfed.„ Chris. Luft, president; H. Smolser, financial and recording secretary. r.#. . ■.->  ,
Vice, Hecretoir^P. O. Box GIG.
•Jr, ,
Meets second W<	
Sojourning brethren Invited."
NO. 8S, A.V.fcA.M
eeday in eaoh month.
17-NIG1HTS OK.PYTHUS- Nelson Lodge. No
**■  IS. Knights of Pythias, meets ln LO. O; K.
orner Baker and Kootenay streets, every ,
_  kr evening at 8 o'clock.   Visiting KnlRht*
cwlially Invited to attend. 'H. M. Vincent C. C.
Hall, oorner
Tuesday eve:
A. T. Park, Krof R, & S.
XrOOTENAY   TENT NO.-7,   K. O. T. M.—
-t^-  Hold thoir regular meetings on the flrst and,
third-1 humdayB oi-oach-monthr-VislUngrSlr-'
Knlghta are cordially Invited to attend.   U. A.
Brown, K. K,; A, W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel.
Da B. C*
•M-ELSON L. O. U. No. 1692. meets In L O. O. F.
•*■' Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay streets,
'1st) and 8rd Friday of eaoh month. Visiting
brethern oordlally invited. W. W. Bradley, W^
M, A. MInty. Recording-Secretary.
To Gko. H. Lammkks, J. R. Chanson, or to
any person oi porsons to whom he may have
transferred his Interest In the Harvey Joy
mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson
Mining Division.
You are hereby notified that I have expended
Ono Hundred Dollars In labor and improvement!!
upon tho above mentioned mineral claim. In
order to hold said mineral claim under tho
provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within
ninety days from/the dato of this notice you fail
or refuse to contribute your proportion of such
expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your interest lu said claim will becomo tho
property of tho subscriber, under sooUon four of
an Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral
Act, 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.
Dated this 12th day of December, 1000.
& Caldwell, Baker Street Nelson
To T. A. Stkvknbon, or to any person or persons to w houi ho mar have transferred his
interest in tho I.lla mineral claim, at Morn
ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Dltlslon:
You aro hereby notified that I have expended
tho sum of Ono Hundred and Kiftj -Seven Dollairf
in  labor and  improvements   upon   the abovo
mentioned mineral claim, in order to hold said
mineral claim undor  tho   provisions   of   tho
Mineral Act, and if within ninety days from tlie
date of this notice you fail or refuse to conti Ibuto
jour pro]x>rtion of such expenditure, together
with all costs of advertising, your interest in paid
claim will becomo tho property of the subscriber,
under section four of an Act entitled "An Act to
Amend tho Mineral Act, 1900."
DANlKli   HKftH.
Datod this 12th day of February, 1901.
Notice of
Application to
Transfer a
Notieo is hereby given that I Intend to apply at
tho next sitting of tlie Board of License Com*
missioners of tho City of Nolson for permission
to transfer my retail liquor license for the premises situato on the south end of Lot 1, Block 6, iu
the City of Nelson, and known as tho Manhattan
saloon, to Charles H. Ink and Siegel Boyd. -
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 15th dayof February, 1901.
Witness: Arthur K. Vauohan.
Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate ln vocal and Instrumental music Is now prepared to receive
pupils, for Instruction in voice culture, Italian
method, also piano and organ.
For terms and farther particulars apply room
S, A. Maodonald building, oorner Josephine and
Tcrnon atBMW   '" ^t>��lR3**MF>*��a^^  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B.C. WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 30f490U  Assayers Supplies  We carry in stock a full line of Assayers* and Chemists'  Supplies. The quality of cur goods cannot be excelled  ana  our  prices are   reasonable. _^==~.        ~=r-     - ~~zr~z__zi  We are British Columbia Agonts for.       i  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & GO.  VICTORIA  BLOOK NELSON,   B. O.  Some  Merchants  GROCERIES  AND CROCKERY  jr.  1 il  \7  .  I:  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 ity  \v  Br\KER STREET,  NELSON B. C.  WM. HUNTER  & COMPANY  I  MeelaBds-Shoe Go.  f  iw -y  l.a/  l/J'**-  fee-  I,-, i.  i1'  4 if  hi  %  1  %  ���i *  !-     '  TKLEPHONK  NO. 2UJ.' -  EMPRESS SHOES  For Women are too -well-known *to  need much, comment. They- are,  wichout_donbt, the best ofall  ' -  $3.50,. $4, and $4.50 Shoes.  \  We refer'oui*- readers who question their quality - to-friends who  have worn them.-"  caU and inspect.  Baker "Street,  Nelson  TTYriniimmiiimttHH; inuiimm��fitmHIIIHniIllUI  E  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  No. 4, K. W. C. Block,       L      NELSON, B. O. .      .  ^ > Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  Free-Milling Oold Properties wanted at once for Hostern Investors.  . Partioa having mining property-for-sale are request��d_to send^samples of_thelr_oro to_the  Exchange for exhibition, we dealro 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 Nelson.  All 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.  triitiiiTiiiminnrmrmmmmt  ZXXXXY3!XIXXZXZXXXXX��I cxxxxxxxxxxxxzxxia  3*-  y  _  I  i  h  Ii  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 havo decided to sell for tho noxt thirty days all  eooda in stock at greatly reduced prices. All houvy goods away down, cost not considered, and in  Clothing. Gents' Furnishings, Hats and Caps, aud Boots and Shoes I will give from 10 to 25 per cent  discount and all Rubber Goods at cost. Now Is the chance to partake of the best bargains ever  olferod in the Kootenays. My stock is all now and up-to-date and tho sale is gcnuino, so now avail  yourself of the Wst opportunilj to get good goods at less than wholesalo prices. Remember this is  for only 30 days. _������������������������������.  J.  A.   QILKER,  Proprietor.  from 75e,tO-$3.50.  For the balance of this month we are offering special reductions in  Carvers, Ladies Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVURES  AND   ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  , i       _z.   Tho R. M. R. band will be in attendance at the rink this evening.  The' MansGeld Manufacturing  Company yesterday received a shipment of 40 tons of lime from its  quarries near Kaslo. The lime'is  of an excellent quality.  The annual meeting of the subscribers to the public library for  the purpose of electing officers for  the ensuing year will be held at St.  Saviour's church this evening.   .  Twd prisoners, Allen McLaren and  William Howard, we're taken to  New Westminster last evening by  constable J. Wilson of -Creston.  They will serve two and five years  respectively.' " ,  Jacob Dover, official time inspector for the Canadian Pacific Railway Company, is .now, offering  great values in all kinds of high-  grade watch movements. He has  listed his watches at eastern prices.  - The Crow's Nest Pass steamer,  due to arrive here from Kootenay J  ��� Landing at 4:30 last, evening, was  over nine hours late. The delay  was caused by a heavy, land slide  which occurred on the line near the  piss.  H. Goldie, who has been assistant  accountant at the Bank of Montreal, left last evening for Rossland. Mr. Brown, managor of the  Rossland branch, will arrive in the  'city' today or tomorrow to take  charge of the local branch as manager. A. H. Buchanan'is about to  leave for a three months' trip to  the east.  - Only one game of  curling was  played at the rink last evening, it  .being -between the rinks skipped by  Messrs.' Mackenzie and Irvine. The  latter won by, a score of 23 points  to 4. As the~season is drawing to  a close the club will hold an individual point tournament.', One  sheet will be exclusively "reserved ~  for this. The series will, probably  be commenced, today or tomorrows  The ^steamer, Kokanee met with  an . accident yesterday morning  which" resulted 'in,tearing a" large  hole in the-port side of - tier, deck  house. -' She was about T��~move a'  barge heavily laden with cars from  thj&.C. P. R, what f, r but;��the -heavy  wind/drove the steamer against the  btffrge-with considerable force. -The  eoSt Of -repairs' will be slight.''Oh  the lake & heavy wind prevails, but  does not; interfere with^trafhe.''.  -, , Becruits for-the Constabulary.-  Lieutenants George   Si-Beer received official advices i from Ottawa  yesterday  that 'only J sixty  men  would be accepted from this .district.   t Oiit-of  this number fifty  will be taken .from Nelson, Rossland,   Slocan   and   the . Boundary  country. - The other ten will-Jbe  taken from the Fort Steele district-  Already more than this .number of  applications have been received, but  it is thought, owing to the -long  distance,,there will be only a few,  if any, come from the - Boundary  district.    Mr. Beer, who is. recruiting officer for the district, will be  at Rossland February 23rd to 25tb,^  for  this purpose, and will be^ at  Nelson from February" 26th to the  -evening of-the-28thf=���Each-appli-7  cant will be given an examination  in riding,  but not in shooting, as  this will be left until the party  reaches Ottawa.   They will leave  Nelson on the mornin'g of .March 1st  for Fort Steele, where   they will  spend two days in recruiting.  Preparing for Nome Traffic.  Wilfred J. Kane' of Kaslo, who  has for the past seven years been  connected with navigation on Kootenay lake and other interior points,  left last evening for. White Horse  rapids, where he will accept a position with the White Horse Pass &  Yukon Navigation Company. This  company is getting ready for the  spring' trade to' Cape Nome by  the interior route- and will commence overhauling their boats at  once. The company has purchased-  from the C. P. R. four steamers  which were to have been used on  the Stikeen river. The machinery  of these will be moved to the pass  where the construction of new  hulls is now under way. When the  traffic is opened in the spring the  route will be from Vancouver to  Skagway and.from there to the  pass by rail^and on to St. Michael  by, boat.,. This interior route is  much safev .than that of the ocean  and the trip can be made as quick.  FROM THE ALAMO DISTRICT  Some Valuable Properties.  Cx. W. Hughes of Alamo, who is  largely interested in mining properties of that section, arrived in  the city yesterday. The properties  tliat he is .'interested in. are the  Idaho, Trade Dollar, Sunset of  Jackson Basin' and Utica groups.  These properties and others of that  district are snowing up well as. far  as development work is concerned,  but the smelter trouble, which is  causing no small alarm, has had its  bad effect on the country already.  The shipments which fised to be  comparatively good are now small  and in some cases no ore is being  shipped at all. In many instances  the different'companies have, been  forced to store their ore and'now  have ajarge quantity on hand. /The  staffs' at\a number of the ..mines  haveYbeen reduced and work" is progressing slowly^ Mr. Hughes'"went  on to'say that ''if - the trouble was  not soon settled tlie result would be  that a niinlber of mines would be  dlosed down.y*  The 'Trade 'Dollar and Sunset  groups, which*"are situated in the  Jackson'basin in the Three Foiks  section, are ftow looking exceedingly well. They are situated on  the same .vein, _. but on opposite  slopes.._ Eight men are engaged at  the^Suiiset and twelve at' the other  mine. The development consists of  tunneling, shafting and upraising.  There are^ two veins-on the property and they average from three  to six feet in width. Several ship:  ruent's have1 been .made from these'  properties and the returns obtained  were good. >.���/;       >   -  The Idaho is situated some distance from these, and it 'is also a  promising property. Extensive development has-been done on it "and  operations will be continued during  the winter Vith a force of 20 men.  The work consists of - upraises and'  tunnel's. Although no, new strikes  have been, meide,,some new bod es^  of goad^/orgjiaye.. been uncovered  and therein ^promises to be/as rich  as depttfjs obtained.;.-_..., -. ���-    ->-  The 'Utica-fclaimr situated,, ac the"  head-;,of ,Twelve-mile creek,.on the  divide bet^eW;tlie south forks . of  the Kaslo.^ afja .Carpenter.- creeks,  proves',asf riches the.-other claims.  From 2000jto 300Q,feet-of work has"  beeh done"on0the property, in  drifting, etc. ��his.claim has proved  so good'thtit' more active,/wort- will  be done oii- it during the coming  season. ', Af tdajy or",, two .ago Mr.  'Hughes had supplies, which,.., will  probably last -jjintir.July, taken % to  the, mi"n��;rt *The-* ledge, >which contains a.high grade ore and which is  of good width, chas been uncovered  for a long distance and if-  continues to'give good results there  is^not the least doubtjthat it will be  aJarge shipper^ next summer.   -  THE ELECTION YESTERDAY  Bylaws Carry" Almost Unanimously.  By the bylaw election held yesterday the ratepayers -of -Nelson  acquiesced���in���the--action-of���the  council. Each of the three bylaws  voted on carried by a good majority,  there being only one vote_ against  them. Bylaw No."87"to raise $79,-  000 for the purpose ,of paying off  advances made by the Bank of  Montreal on .debentures hypothecated carried with a vote of 58 for  and 1 against. The same .vote was  cast for bylaw 'No. '88 to raise  $21,000 to pay off the overdraft due  the Bank of Montreal and accumulated interest. Bylaw No. 89 for  stopping up ^certain streets and  alleys and empowering the council  to convey the same to the C. P. R.  Company had 57 for and 2 against.  The result of 'the "vote by wards  was as follows:  No  awe  E3I.   BTEES   <fe   OO,  asTEiLsoisr  KASLO  s^.2srr>o3sr  STOVES I   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heater  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  '  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TELEPHONE 37  Store, Corner Baker and Josephine Stieet  email, the election shows that the  rate-payers were nearly (unanin>  ously in favor of the ordinances.  There were no spoiled ballots.  Mrs. A. Kempling was the only  lady who appeard at the booth to  vote. -The East ward was in charge  of returning officer city clerk  Strachan, assisted by George Player,  while at the West ward R.'J. Steel  and R, J. Strachan officiated.  PERSONAL.  is  James .Taylor   of. Rossland  registered at tho Madden House.  H. B. Alexander, manager of, the  Ruth mine, arrived in the cily last evening.'  George O. Bradley of Spokane is  In the city for a few days. He is stopping at the  Phair.  R. B. Porter of Spokane, G. Alexander of Kaslo and William Ounn of Robson are  reglBtaicd at the Phair. , . ,.  J. Lowes of Sandon, T. J. Reilly  of Spokane and J. S. Oohthon of San Frrnolsco  are regi-tered at the Tremont.  J. Perrier ��� of, Fire - Valley, S. A.  Fleming of Granite and A. McPhail of Rossland  aie registered at the Queen's. '���  ��� J. W. Williams of Slocan, M/ S.  Logan ot Rossland and J. ___.. Gibson of Oiand  Foi ks are registered at the pume.    ,   ���        v  j. Mr. justice Bole of 'New Westminster arrived in the city'last evening. He  leaves foi Greenw ood this morning.    **  J. H. Ashdown; the'well-known  hardware merchant of Winnipeg, who has been  in Nelson for tho pait few days, luft for home via  Reveletoke last evening.    .. '   .  BUSINESS  MENTION.  -Apply The Royal  if  Houston Block.  Telephone 181.  P. O. Sox 176.  JOHN A. IRVING SCO.  '     Delayed Train Arrives.  After being delayed for about  four days the passenger train on  the Spokane Falls & Northern pulled  into Nelson at 4:30 o'clock yesterday afternoon. Only a few passengers were on board but there was a  large amount of mail, the accumulation of three days. Snow, ice and  slides was the cause. of all the  trouble. The track has been cleared'  and the train will leave for Spokane  at the usual time this morning.  '  East Ward  Eastward  East Ward  West Ward  West Ward  West Ward  *o.87  .No. 88  .No. 89  . No. 87  .No. 88  ..No. 89  For  31  .11  30  27  27  27  Against  0  0  1  1  1  1  Cellar to Rent-  Bank of Canada. ~ -��� ~  Go tothe Old Curiosity^Shop  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 on'VornOn street. Telephone  call 35.' -     - ��     ,   ���. ���       -t;  (j- -,-, - t jr  . For Rent.���Two fine offices . cen-  rtrally located. Apply to:A. HrBnohanan", *Bank  of Montreal.    ^        ���.���.���*���<    �����"'"    '.\_-J ���"  - - Two large, well-furnished rooms  to let, 1 and 5 Macdonald block,'corner Josephine and Vernon.   -",,'-. *>  - Rooms and,breakfast,-if desired  at 324 Josephine street, four doors above Silica  street.' Mrs. Blaney.  v     -   ���'������-  ' For Sale.���Good "fish .business.;  Large hotel trade. Apply corner of Josephine  and Silica streeta.      , ���'  Japan' Tea of all- kinds to suit  your taste. Sun Cured, Spider Leg, Pan Fired  iu bulk ��r packages.   Kootenay Coffee Co.*]   ._  '.. Milk business for sale���The only  dairy ln Fernlo, 20 cows.- Will be soM"nt 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. -. i  For fresh candies, fruits, nuts, &c,  cigars and tobaccos of the best brands, call at the  Bon Ton Confectionery, Baker street, Miss A.  L. Kluikwltz.  Found.���A pocket-book contain-  ~ing-a'"~6*niaH-suiu-of moneyrr"Ownef cairhavo-  game by proving property and payiug for this  advertisement.  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  are selling at thirty cents per pound is giving  the best of satisfaction to our many customers.  Kootenay Coffee Co. / ,  Eight-roomed house, partly furnished, to rent in the Hume Addition, either to  one or f wo families. Apply Mrs. Hartwlg, Hume  Addition." �����*������      '      '  To Let���House, on corner of Victoria and Cedar streets. Six rooms, bathroom  and modern conveniences. Rent 925. Apply to  A. E. Coxhoad, next door on Cedar street.  For rent���On March 1st, house on  corner of Front and JPork. streets. Fivo rooms,  bath loom, eto. Rent; including water, $25. Apply to E Kilby, next door to McBrlde's stables.  Western Canadian Employment  Ofllce���Male and female help of all kinds furnished free of charge. Victoria street, nest door  to Publio Library.   PR6ho270.   P.O. Box 711.  We' have Indian, Ceylon and  China' Teas iii great variety, choicest qoality.  We make 6, specialty bf blondtng teas and sell  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.   .  si ���  -?  Maclaren'8 Imperial In all 8izes. '   -  MacLaren's Roquefort.  Imported Swiss.  Also the Finest Canadian Cream.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10  i>-  K-W-C,Baker Street  special sale of, a ;new consignment  which Iras* just.' arrived1  -' p<?rset Covers from' 20c ,-tq $1:00 '  Ladies Nightgowns at-76c,,$.1.00, $1.25 and $2.00  -Ladles White Skirts* from 76c to $2^00    'A  Ladies Flannelette Nigh1gowns>egular 76c for 50c.    ' S"  Ladies Flannelette Nightgowns'regular'$1.00 for 70c.  -"-  ���  Ladies Flannelette Nightgowns regular. $1.76 for $1.26 i  Misses and. Childrens Drawers,,to clear at 26c- .,  **   '" '  A,few-Wrappers, to clear,at $1.00,��� -,  "    Black Satin Shirt Waists, to clear at $1.00 * *  Black and Colored Mercerized Shirt Waists, worth $2. for $1.25  A special drive in" Boys'-Wool. Hose.   We have too "many  .    these and as long as theyrlast will sell at these prices A'-  ,   Heavy RibbedjWooPHoser46c: line at;25c',    "-  - yHeavy, Ribbed -^ool- Hose, 60c line at'36c^  ^Heavy Ribbed Wool Hose, 65c line at^45c'  of  We are  daily opening  new Spring Goods which we will sell.  at remarkably low prices to suit the times. "     - ���  Clothing, Boots, and'Shoes, Hats and Caps.  A. FERLAND <& CO.  them in any quantity at lowest rates,  Coffee Co.  Kootenay  Total     , .  ' 193 i  Very little interest was taken in  the election by the citizens throughout the day, and the total number  of electors who voted waa only 59.  The casual observer/would not have  known that an.election was 'being  held, as there iw*"as" no outward appearance whateyer. If a man happened to be going by the booth at  which be was entitled' to vote he  stepped in and marked his ballot;  otherwise no one went near the  polling place. There was no rustling of men and but little discussion concerning the by-laws could  be heard on the streets. It is said  that there was less interest shown  over yesterday's election than over  any other ever.-'held in'tlie city.  Not quite 12 -per cent of the total  number' of votes ofc the city were  east/.-     ���     " "-X."['.'.''���..- '.'.'"''���'','"' ������'-'  Notwithstanding'the  vote was  For Sale���Moving picture machine  and Bto-eopUcon combined. Films eighty Boer  *wur slides. Krery thing complete. Never been  need. Great bargaln.YApply "Pioture" Tribune  office. -     ,���  $100,000.    11 want a gold mine  netting 3100,000 annually. Free-milliner gold properties wanted. Sond price,,terms, lull report,  etc. to .Andrew F. Rosenberger. Room 4, K-W-C  Sond price,,terms, full report,  P. Rosenbergs   ~  block, Nelson.  Teleph6ne'104  Miss Von Der. Werth���-Clairvoyant, palmist and card reading. Gives advice  on commercial business and minlnit; reunites  unhappy-lovers and broken-up families. Room  1, over Thomson Stationery Company. ->  Waiijted ��� AJwonaan   who  can  take charge" -of general,' housework. Three  children. Good home for right person. Wages  S18 a month-. *- W1D .t>ay half fare to Fergnron.  V^rjtojit once to R/P. Pettiplece, Ferguson, B C���  cafe of Eagle. ���  ,   ...  _  House Jor rent^Newly furnished;  good pTum'*'ing; convenient location. Snaps for  beginners, -An' Opportunity to apply part of  rent to purchase or furniture. Apply on premises to Mrs. 'Sindersop, Carbonate street near  Josephine,"or H. R."Cameron,  For Sale���120 'acres of first-class  agricultural and cai'den land, 12 miles from Nelson on Kootenav Take Will sell in 10, 20 or 40  acre tracts. Price and terms reasonable, i  oraddress-A. F.' Rosenberger, room 4..K-  REMOVAL  The Gait Coal office has been  r e i  removed to the Ward building, on Baker street���two  doors west C. P. R. offices.  A full supply of Gait Coal  now on hand.   ' '    ,  W. P. TIERNEY,  Telephone No. 205     General Agent.  C.W. West & Co.  COAL. I      -WOOD I  Anthracite  .      .310.75  Crow's Nest    6.15  Blairmore      .'  6 75  DBLIVHEHD  Surpassing"  Display in  Fall Suitings  All the fashionable creations  in Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of Scotch and' Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager.  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY. LTD.  No order eon be accepted unloss accompanied  by cash.    Office:   Corner of HaU  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  Price and terms reasonable.   Apply  Block, Nelson,  The Prospectors' Exchange is the  only place In British Columbla'wliereprpgpjectars.  can exhibit samples of thdli-: ore to the mining  Sublic ..Send samples of your oro for exhibition.  focharges mode for exhibiting' your ore and  listing your property.' Room i. K.-W.-C, Block,  1 Aleleon. ���     '  listing your property." Room f.i  Telephone 104. ~-*��� ���  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR..,  TREMONT  HOTEL BLOCK.  REMOVAL  Dr. Morrisgn, Dentist,  has removed to  new offices in the K-W-C block.  his  re stock of high-class Imported, goods. A  specialty of the square shoulder���tne latest)  fashion inooats.  WE HAVE  Improved Incandescent  Mirror Globe Lamps  Now in Stock. They  Improve Electric Light  Fifty   per   cent.  KMKNAYEJiCTfflaSIIPPlY  & CONSTRUCTION CO.  Nelson, B. C.


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