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 V7^-v  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  NINTH YEAR.  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  :  v~v3S  f      __.  ?������*���  * - *?&  s  ���A-%%  �����-i3SL  --:�� i  >o*  x'-rt  - y?  _   - V  1  *���  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  THE   LOCAL. LEGISLATURE  OPENED AMID tJNUSTJAL  SPLENDOR   YESTERDAY.  Synopsis of Speech From the Throne-  Lieutenant-Governor Very Feeble���  Adjournment Till Monday.  Victoria, February 21.���The second session of the ninth parliament  opened today amid unusual splen-  dor. The Fifth regiment furnished  a guard of honor with the returned  South African, volunteers. The  lieutenant-governbr -was  attended  . by array and navy 'officers. After  suitable reference to the death of  the queen, the speech from the  throne promised that the services  of the South African volunteers  would be recognized -by a free'  grant of land. An amendment to  the Scott Act was slated. Encouragement to the pulp industry and  lower rates on dairy and, agricultural products to mining districts  were promised. On the -railway  question the following paragraph  occurred:N "A-- measure Ywill be in-  trqduced'witK a view of aiding .in  the construction of a railway from  the boundary Creek district to the  ~ Coast; of a railyvay. to the northern,  end of Vancouver Island, and of a^  \ railway in Canadian territory rfrom  the Coast to the northern-boundary  of-the prbvince.''7-Amendments to'  to the Mineral Act''were'"promised  /of a nature unknown.  The appointment of a'mining com-  ' mission .was deemed inexpedient  until the Dominion commission was  ' appointed. - The report- of.. Duns-  -.^muir's arid EBertsV Ottawa visit is  ^promised soon.... Estimates ^are promised in a fewZdays.    ,'"   /���/" J' y  i .'^Turner presentedr"public accounts [  for tho year ending June  30; 1900.'  The receipts were $1,544,108; expenditures $1-947,412.    Of the expenditures   $110,200' was   devoted to a  sinking fund.    Eberts introduced a  bill for the relief^of Phoenix, granting the city* increased  borrowing  power.     _ - - ��� .    ��"-   ���y '  An adjournment was ,moved- till  % Monday to consider the speech.  Murphy of West Yale will- reply to"  the speech:       '"   - _   -  The lieutenant-governor is very  feeble and could scarcely read the  speech.   -*."-..  African volunteers were banqueted tonight.���       "���;  _ -  '  Three , Kootenay members were  absent���Curtis, Grreen and Smith.    -  . The ' floor of the chamber was  packed with spectators.. The speak-  -er's-throne���was^draped^witir^the-  royal arms.   The chaplain for the  occasion was. Rev: R. B. Blyth, who  was'  through   the campaign  as  a  corporal in the Canadian .artillery.  Shot His Rival.  Havelock, Ontario,'February 21.  ���William Hull was last night shot  and killed by Frank Sharpe..Sharpe  last summer married a woman who  had _ been living with Hull. Hull  was then absent from home, but  returned and induced Mrs. Sharpe  to return and live with him. Last  night Sharpe and two neighbors  drove to Hull's house, pushed open  the door and aimed a Winchester  at Hull. "Don't do it; God >help  me," cried Hull. Sharpe fired, the  bullet shattering Hull's hand and  piercing his heart. Sharpe drove  away and has barricaded himself in  his house. He threatens to shoot  anyone attempting to arrest him.'  A constable has left Peterborough  for that purpose.  Granby'Annual Meeting.  Montreal, .February 21.���The  annual meeting of the Granby  smelter was held today, when the  amalgamation scheme was approved  and the old board of directors reelected. President Miner said the  capacity of th'e smelter would be  extended to 1200 tons daily by  August. They did not_ expect to  stop there but to extend its capacity to 3000 or 5000 tons daily. The  early erection of a concentrator is  also planned.  Report Confirmed.  Berlin, February 21.���A dispatch  to the Lokal Anzeiger from Pekin  confirms the report that emperor  Kwang Su has agreed to the demands of the foreign envoys on the  subject of punishment, the correspondent adding:   The executions of  the main culprits will take place  shortly at Sian Fu and will be witnessed by ��� representatives Of the  foreign envoys.  _  .    Sale Is Not Oft  Copenhagen, February 21*. ��� A  semi-official communication confirming . the dispatches ~ of the  Associated Press relates" that the  statements published in London to  the effect that Denmark has definitely refused the offer of the United  States to purchase the Danish West  Indiesfor' 12,000,000   kroners are  "^���flSEiy'  EASTERN .CArf35��&r&EGRAMS.  THIRTEEN PERSONS KILLED  BY A   RAILROAD   COLLISION' IN  NEW JERSEY.  Trains Crashed Into Each Other-Head  on���Nine "of  the   Killed  i. - Were Italians.  Montreal.���There is an outbreak  of smallpox at St. Remi, Napier-  ville county; 12 cases exist.  Toronto.���Men of the'Canadian  permanent force are not to be' allowed to enlist in Baden-Powell's  force unless they purchase their  discharges. 7  Charlottetown; P." E. ' I.���Dr.  Anderson, principal of . Prince of  ..Wales college,' has ' been - appointed  superintendent of. education. Mr.  Roberts succeeds him in the college.  Ottawa.���The name of C. C.  Blackader/one of.the proprietors of  the Halifax'Recorder (Libei-af), is  mentioned 'in connection with tlie  vacancy caused by _the"5 death of  senator Almou?     -   y ~       , J       "  Smith's   Falls,   Ontario. ��� Miss  ."Stella* EinpeyiY while ^drivingZ'near  Jasper la'st night,' drove into a hole,  causing the horse to become, unmanageable,     resulting   in.   , Miss  Etnpey being kicked to death*, y -3-  . ;OTTAWA.y-A cablegram from the  high commissioner's' office,- London,  gives the names ofjeight invalided  , Canadians from South.- Africa' as  'having sailed for Halifax  du  the.  steamer ' Lusitania.   Among- them  is corporal McHarg of the'Rossland  Rifles,  y ~y   "   '  "y' .~* :.  Kingston.���George Lagree's home  at Cabaolgie station on the Kingston & Parry Sound railway ,was"  burned Monday. ".Tvjro of ^liis  children, a boy and a girl, four 'and  -two years^ respectively,"'perished.  The mother was absent at the time  of the fire, y        *-c        ,,  Peterboro, Ontario.'���Word .has  just been received here of the murder of a man named William Hull  at Stony lake last night. He was  shot and instantly killed by. a*man  named Sharp. Jealousy is said to  have been the cause. The county  constable left forjthe scene.  Ottawa.���A cablegram from the  imperial authorities 1'equests the  recruits for the South African police  constabulary to be vaccinated before leaving Canada. -It-is under-,  stood that the" Elder-Dempster  liner Montford has been chartered  to convey the recruits to South  Africa.  Peterboro, Ontario.���Th'e body  in the trunk taken away by Wil  liam Patterson was that of Mrs.  Sheehan, buried in the Roman  Catholic cemetery here last Monday. Patterson appeared before  the police magistrate today and  was remanded. He was released on  $1000 bail.  . Toronto. ��� Encouraged by the  example set by members of the  Dominion house of commons some  of "the members_ of the Ontario  legislature are agitating for an increase in their sessional indemnity  of $200,.niaking it $800 instead of  $000. Some members even think  $1000 would not be too high.  Kingston.���Lieutenant colonel  Hudon, lato in command of C  battery, denies that he' told the  accountant of the militia department that the men of his battery  were satisfied with the pay they  received for service in South Africa.  The minister of militia iu parliament, he says, was incorrect in  making the statement.  Toronto.���The annual meeting  of the Canadian General Electric  Company was held yesterday. The  report showed that the net profits  on operation accounts amounted to  $262,903 and premium on new stock  $75,000. These items, with $58,430  balance from last year, make a total  of $390,340. Prospects for the  coming year were stated to be  better than ever before. The old  board was re-elected.  Smith's Falls, Ontario.���Robert  Cassels, driving to town about 8:30  this morning, ran into a baggage  car of the Brockville express while  tlie train was moving and was  instantly killed. His son and two  daughters, aged respectively ten,  thirteen, and fifteen years, were in  the sleigh but managed to jump  before the sleigh struck it and  escaped injury.  Trenton, New Jersey, February  ���21.���A'"~serious railway - collfsion  occurred at Rushling's siding on the.  Camden & Amboy division bf the  Pennsylvania railway between  Trenton and Bordentown about 7  o'clock this afternoon. * Several*  persons were killed. - The colliding  trains were the third section of the  Atlantic City express .from New  York and an Amboy division train  running from Camden ��to Trenton.  ; The two" trains crashed into' each  other head on, wrecking the two  engines and splintering to pieces  the car immediately inthe rear of  the engine of each train:-~.lt-is1 understood .that the"engineer of< the  Atlantic' City train was-* killed and  that several persons/in the combination smoking and'baggage car of  the Atlantic City expresswere buried  under .the'ruins and that/sonfe of  them are dead." -""  '     '" -���""'  ��*   -  Later���It is now said that at least  13   persons- were' "killed," nine*> of  ^.whqm j^werel Italians,    t No * > other  "passengers on" the Atlantic City'ex-  press train were killed!   The other-  -four:'dead are said to be three passengers on the. local train and the^  -engineer of- th'e express.^-"^ 'V- >~ -"  J:' Philadelphia, ". February  21.���^  The' survivors of the'wreck of the  third section of .the ^Nellie Bly" express were brought to Camden, New  "Jersey, !in" a4 special' train/  Six of  the injured were' removed to Cooper  -hospital, and !the/pthers who could  stand the'journeyVwere transferred  andrafter-an^hciiir's wait in/Cam-  den,-were taken ' to Atlantic City  along with,th'e passengers who were  not *hurt.. Tlie   injured   taken to  Cooper hospital ^-are   all Italians.  The train reached Camden shortly  after   9   o'clock.  " The   passengers  were a sorry looking lot.   Many of  .the women had either their head or  arras tied up and were badly bespattered .with blood.    A number  of the men were also bandaged.'  ���   The Curlers. -  The clothiers and doctors played  an interesting .game of curling at  the rink last evening. The'game  was neck-and neck until the tenth  end, when the clothiers forged their  way^to the front.^ The following  players composed the teams:       .   ���  Dr. Htoddarh -   C. K. Millor=  Dr. Hawkey  W. M. Irving  J. F. Weir  J. H. Wallace, skip,  Dr. Arthur    .  Dr. Forin, skip. 4  J. H. Wallace, skip,    10  The clothiers are now ready" to  give medicine to the grocers or lawyers ancl real estate men combined.  Another game was played which  resulted as follows: ,  Harry Wright C. D. J. Christie  D. J. Dewar J. A. Kirkpatrick  J. H. Fox W. Mackenzie  P. A. Tamblyn, skip, 10 H. Cameron, skip,        G  The.Iron King.    ,     y  Work on-the Iron King group at  Slocan Junction has been suspended  only to be resumed at a more suitable pointy John G/ Devlin, who  was working the claims and furnishing the Nelson smelter with iron  ore, was in the city yesterday and  said that he had secured by location  three claims on the south side of  the river about two miles west of  where he is working at present.  The claims are situated on what is  known as the Big Four mountain.  Trom the surface showing it has  been ascertained that the ledge is  fully fifty feet wide and from all  appearances the deposit is practically inexhaustible. Men will be taken  tothe property at once and shipments will be resumed as early as  possible. How the oi*e is to be  taken across the river to the railroad has not yet been decided. For  the present a barge may be used  but later it is probable that an  aerial tramway will be erected.  Attached Army and Navy.  Washington, February 21.���In  the<-house today' during the consideration of an amendment to the  deficiency bill to prevent hazing at  the naval academy, Mr. Cobourn of  Iowa used very strong language  while inveighing against the practice of hazing, charging by  indirection   that    the    habits   of  at their academies were responsible  for the refusal of sailors to enlist in  the navy and for the large number  of desertions from the army. Moreover he' alleged that the officers  stood by each other when in trouble,  saying that the commanders of 25  vessels of the navy lost since the  civil war had;-with one exception,  escaped with -slight punishment.  Mr. Cannon of Illinois, and" Mr.  ���Dayton ,6f West Virginia, warmly-  defended the navy.- \ ^  Boy HoldB Up a Bank.  5 RANTOUL.-Illinbis, February 21.���  The private banking institution of-  F. B. Vennnm,- at' Fisher, a small  .hamlefrin 'Champaign county, was  robbed today by "a done highwayman, who* secured ( $1620. -At 10  o'clock Arthur Hyseyra farmer boy  aged 22, entered the bank and in,a  quiet tone said^he -ijvanted money,  at- the^sam^tiihei ^covering the  clerks with a" pistol. Y The cashier,  Arthur Vennum, handed out 'the  money requested .and ths robber  backed but bf the door.- An alarm  was given, but not before the robber had boarded affreight train'just  pulling into the yard and took  charge of the engine. -Several citizens armed themselves and caught  the caboose of the .train as it passed  the depot. ~They,crawled over, the  tops of the cars''to3he, front of the  train' and .Vxchariged several in-  effectualshots with the robber. The  train~was stopped after a mile had  beemcoveredj-.the^robber captured;  and the money recovered.  i. -���; r~r:      '  ~- Must Act ,inv Concert.'   .-  Washington,7,February 21.���At  the instance l ofs. thfcfj United States  .government .the-.;powers "have ac-  cepted'jtheT principle^thait no further,  ."individual ~collisioiis/in China shall  be squghtjorj obtained * by. anyone  "power, without' international assent.  C. PR. TAKES A HAND  '-'       >      ~'" - -*. ��� "j  z     ��    '*   ^     '     > .."*' ���  : / yANCOuver; \ February'' 21.���v  fSpeciaUtib TlieYTribune^^tf is-  reported here that.the Canadian -'  Pacific     has     refused ' to > lift  Crow's Nest .coal cars for Mon--  tana or other. American , points ,  until/, such 'time   as rthe  coal"'  company has fulfilled its pro  mise to supply British Columbia,  *tTtlnmMllliM.��lTrll>|HTnii|yi itr  THE LORD'S DAY ALLIANCE  ' .* _             -      '-  '    .  List of Officers."  , The mass meeting of ,-the Lord's  Day Alliance held at the. Baptist  church last evening for the purpose  of completing the organization was  well attended. The chair was  _occupied_by_president G._Gurd,-whp  in a brief but lucid" address  illustrated the necessity of ��� the  woi-k. ��� The following resolution  was unanimously adopted after the  question had been discussed at some  length by a number of those present:  Whereas, any true conception of  the state must .recognize the complex nature of men and make provision for its full and symmetrical  development; and, whereas*, for the  advancement of his moral and  spiritual nature, and thereby the  pi'omotion of the best interest of  society, one day in seven as a  national rest day is found by experience to be of the highest value.  Therefore, resolved, That the  Lord's Day Alliance is worthy of  our hearty sympathy and support,  inasmuch as from a purely unsec-  tarian standpoint, it seeks by every  legitimate means to preserve this  rest day intact as a priceless boon  to all the sons of toil, and to guard  its sacred character as a divine institution.  With those who were elected last  evening the officers are as follows :  president, Mr. George Gurd; vice-  presidents, Rev. Dr. Wright, J. H.  White, H. S. Akehurst, J. B. Morgan, W. Munroe, and adjutant  McGill; secretary, George Broadley;  treasurer, C. J. Clayton ; executive,  C. D. J. Christie, George Bell, F.  M. Chadbourn, John J. Stewart,  George Fleming, W. R. Kee, R. J.  Curie, Mr. Mclntyre, Robert Robertson, and Jacob Green.  Another Cudahy Suspect.  St. Paul, Minnesota, February  21.���Patrick Hussey of this 'city  was arrested today on a warrant  sworn out by an Omaha detective,  tyranny and oppression formed by J Charging him with being concerned  the oflicers of the army "and navy j in the Cudahy kidnaping.  METHUEN MEETS THE BOERS  AND  DRIVES  STRONG  THEM    FROM.  POSITION.  A  .Casualties   Reported���Botha   Is    Reported to "Be Suing for Peace.  Story of a Desertion, v ,  London, February 22.���The war  office has received - the following  from lord Kitchener: ' Klerksdorp,  February - 21.���Methuen's' force  marched here, having cleared the  .country" through Wolmoranstadt.  At Haartbeestfontein, 1400* Boers,  under generals*de Yilliersand Lien-  berbertg, opposed him1. Tliey held  a" strong position obstinately, but  were! turned out after severe fighting, in-which; the Yeomanry, the  "Victorian bushmen and* the Lanca-  shires' distinguished themselves.-  Oiir casualties were three'officers  and 13 men ��� killed and five officers  and 25 men wounded. s The Boers  left 18 men dead on the-ground and  suffered'severely.  '   x>  ''  Johannesburg, February .21.-*-  The 'Boers ^destroyed a _ culvert  between->Natalspruit, and ,Klip  river'on the railroad just; south of  here at dawn today. They, captured  a' trainload' of food stuffs* and after  taking all-.they-could conveniently  carry,'set fire to the1 rest and disappeared over the veldt. - * , -  '- London, -_: February��� ' 22.���Despatches to the Daily Mail report a  Johannesburg rumor thatcomman-  dant general"* Botha is - suing for  pe'aceT 'Lord Kitchener,.it appears,'  has/issued -instructions 'that no;  goods of any description are .to go,  forward-by^.the Delagoa1 Bay-line"  ^until furtKer-notice, with"the exception of urgentvmilitary-'and',,hospi-"  Jial supplies.-This.order.is^supposed7  to indicate^ biglmove eastward." v  - Standerton, February 21.���A  deserter who has arrived here, re-  lates that commandant v general  Louis' Botha assembled^his men  'February 2nd and addressed them.  He declared that they should never  surrender so < long as there. were  five hundred left, adding that he  would always be ready -to dead  them. He reminded them that the  American colonies fought for more  than six years to secure independence and. appealed to them to fight  as long, or even longer if necessary,  until not a"man was left.. Some of  the burghers replied that they did  not see how they could fight much  longer as'the British.were destroying all the crops and capturing all  the cattle and sheep, while the  ammunition was neariy^jBxhausted,.  save about six rounds.    "When this  why don't you quit and go prospecting ? "   " The man who figures  on luck in mining," .said Mackay,  " is a fool; the man who figures on  doing a lot of hard work and not  losing his grit will get something."  The four partners did-not'lose  their   grit, nor did1" they rely, on  luck. .. One afternoon the ^ rumor  spread over Virginia City that the  '" 'Con' Virginia men" had. struct.a  body of ore.   It spread as wildfire  , often _   swept   over    the > Nevada  prairies. < The four men left their  mine at sundown and.walked down-  C street amid a babel 'of cheers.  .The next.inorning the Consolidated  \Virginia stock had gone from eighty  cents   to   two. hundred and fifty  dollars a share, and in another day  up to five hundred dollars a share.  In  three' days 'it was announced  that   the - body   of " rock - was   so  large that, its ".value could not be  estimated/ In two weeks the United  States government was negotiating  with the owners of the mine for  the   redemption   of   bonds - whose  values had been affected by   the  civil war.     In   two   months   the  financial centers of old Europe had  felt'the shock, and about the same  time jrMackay, * Flood,,, Fair ' and  O'Brien were able to announce that'  they were millionaires beyond .the"  dreams of avarice.   ". ...    - .f   ��   ; **  STILL ASKING QUESTIONS  THE   INTERMINABLE   WRANGLE  .   OVER  SOUTH.AFRICA/  Yesterday's Proceedings in Parliament���  Labottchere's Newspaper; Truth,'.' ~  "-'*'   May Be Suppressed.-;'   ���  ysj,  . i. < r  t  Lowdon,- February 2L-^-Replying". " �� V?,Hf  ���*. fit*  /������il?  1&  is gone," they said, "where shall we  get more ?" General Botha replied  that the Lord would provide them  with the means of fighting.  -   More Pluck Than Luck.  Under the caption, "Mining Successes That Were Not All Luck,"  the February issue of Success contains an article by Robert Mackay  on the discovery of the great Comstock mining property. The way  the four great partners got together  is interestingly told: Just beyond  "the divide" two men kept a store.  They were James L. Flood'and William O'Brien. They had saved some  "money after a few. years of trading  with the miners, were ready for a  deal in one of the mines, and had  faith in Mackay and Fair. So when  Mackay walked into their store one  morning and remarked, "Jim Flood,  if you and O'Brien will put up the  money, Fair aud I will put up the  brains, and I think the four of ns  can buy the 'Con* Virginia and  make something out of it." '  "How much do you want, John ?"  said Flood.  " Eighty thousand dollars."  The deal was closed on the spot.  The history of the " Con " Virginia  is as well known, almost, as the  story of Washington and the cherry  tree. Beforo the four miners had  struck the "lead" they had  exhausted their money and their  credit. There seemed to be nothing  in the rock they brought out of the  earth. Other miners met them day  after day and laughed at their  apparently hopeless talk. They  were jeered and made fun of. But  they kept serious faces and sober  minds, and were not to be thwarted  by the idle talk of idlers. One  morning, when the prospect seemed  blackest, a friend said to Mackay :  " John, luck has gone against you;  ' -      Bodies Recovered.  - Vancouver, February* 20.���The  work" -'of recovering1 the" bodies > of  the victims of the mine disaster .at  Cumberland,-B.'C.,*proceeds slowly..  So far eight bodies have been found,  four being, whites. ; The-most "recently recovered bodies, are those  of A. J. Payne, D. M.. Da vis and .V.  .Crossetti. ; These were found in the,'  main drive, lying face down; -close  to.a cave-in. They.at first-appeared!  to be badly burned,- but investiga-'  .tion   showed   that*"they had-been  blistered only by afterheat. j Theyi  had apparentlyjeft their stalls:and}  s.were attempting,to make their wayu  toward the, shaft of No. 6���when'.  overcome/'a Several of < the,' Chinese  corpses were^badly bruised.^.tAU(  T the y7 bodies^- 7, recovex-ed'; A were -  "buriedi today, after - the /re-j  .mains had been formally viewed]  -by the coroner's jury. The \n-\  .quest was adjourned for a week.  - Two shifts returned without more  bodies. , Fire damp was thick ahead  of the working > party, the men  being, in some cases, almost prostrated. Work was temporarily  suspended in No. 5 shaft today to  allow the air to displace the fire  damp aud "also that more water  might be poured'into No. 0. It was  desired to avoid any possibility of  an inrush of air, which might result disastrously. It is anticipated  that the cavein which the rescuers  reached in No. 5 shaft will cause  much trouble, although some bodies  may be buried under the debris. A  feature of the rescue work is the  absence^of=_the _widows-and other-  bereaved relatives from the pit  mouth. The lapse of time since the  explosion has operated toward  calmness and resignation, and the  wise counsel seems to have prevailed.     '   A Centennial Exposition.  . Portland, Oregon, February 21.  ���Articles incorporating an exposition which will celebrate the centennial anniversary of the arrival  in Oregon of tho Lewis and Clarke  expedition in 1805 will be filed with  the secretary of state tomorrow.  The incoryorators are H. W. Scott,  H. B. Bellinger, L. B. Cox, H. W.  Corbet, Henry Hahn, Samuel Con-  nell, E. Ehrman, R, W. Lewis and  J. M. Loag. The Oregon legislature will be asked to pass a resolution guaranteeing state support and  also a resolution asking congress  for an appropriation for tho exposition which will be held in this  city during the summer of 1905.  The capital stock of the corporation  is $300,000.  Miner Killed by a Fall.  Seattle, February 21.���John Cal-  lan, a miner employed at the  Franklin mine, was killed by a fall  down a 120-foot shaft on Tuesday  night. lie and several other workmen were sinking a new shaft, and  after a blast had been* fired they  advanced to the mouth of the shaft  to replace some boards. Callan approached too near and slipped in,  falling feet foremost. He lived four  hours.         Two Persian carpets, presented  by the Infanta Donna Sanche to  the royal convent of St. Antonio in  1500, have been sold for ��1708 in  Lisbon.  "-L.i.'if  '^rC3  >" a*  ' :h&  _' -"i��s-  --      ~'r -���,*t  y,fj��  ��� Yi-.��y>  ��*  ,- -j-  -��� yi  Beggars in China are taxed, and  certain districts allotted to them in    ;*o��i win w oiourou ��y  which to make appeals for charity. ! Tuesday, March 12th.  to a series of-war questions put" by_  Mr. Henry Labouchere in the house: i  of commons today, Mr." Chamerlainl   :  secretary,of state for the colonies,,--'  said that lord Roberts had acted oh -  his own initiative in declaring",.the.,  annexation of "the Boer7 republics.' -  The colonial office left the choice of '"*  time to himself. ' The terms of- the "  surrender contained'in  lord  Rob-'/  erts', telegram to general^Buller,. oil ^  March ��� Oth, _ were'[" founded" * on-in- -.  structions . from   the', government/,  but lord Roberts''telegram -never '-  reached .general' Botha/ who -hady  previously refused general^.BullerV'"  offer to* allow- the burghers-'"to',,'re- -P  turn with .their arms to their farms.���1*  "The questions > asked"in the house^~  of commons today covered the usual   "  "wide field.   Lord'Cranborne, parli-'T-  amentary secretary for-, the foreign'?*;  office,-said the government was still'.  Considering;the -suggestion -of ^'reas-,-^ / ,.  sembling thej Brussels" sugar con- /'/-i  ferenceY_to   see_ if. .the>c European  nations .concerned  could - reach "an;  agreement     on   the'--question"; of;  bounties.   'l��T'v.. A' \' *   -' '' >'."�� ���  :, A.' J. Balfour,' /thev. government-.,  leader, assured John/Dillon^ Nation- - ���  'alist,? that -'due r-notice^ vould^be'1'^  given   in regard tb\the*-proposed ft.  vote   to * donate." ��100,000 'to,; lord��  Roberts.   ToAthe' great'satisfaction-'ri'  of the,ministerial^benches, William -���.  _?��jgM  Broderick,' "secretary s'of# state'/,for m j"y^i|f  iwarJJ.nfdi"medJtfr?}^bowelieV.e^thatS.tf^  tlie government^approved-the mill-    -"���"--w  "tany.suppression of the British prd-  Boer newspapers. " The prohibition  would   include    Mr. s_ Laboiichere's  Truth. ��**,     >"    ,* *  - ! In reply to ^question" lord Cran- -  borne said the /British.- minister^ at'  Pekin had never'consented to any  intimation to China .that an edict  requiring the - Chinese officials'  suicide would be approved by the  foreign ministers.   -' ���  John Redmond, resuming the debate on the address in reply to the  speech from the "throne, moved.an  amendment favoring a system of  compulsory sale of lands in Ireland.  The only permanent solution to the  Irish land question was the immediate creation of an occupying proprietary. Emigration- was going  on because the maddening memories  of-thepast created-adeadly hatred^  of British rule. The amendment  was seconded by Thomas W. Russell (Liberal Nationalist.)  News Notes From Japan.  Victoria, February 21.���The  hospital attached to Tokio university, which was burned on January  20 and in which 21 patients were  burned to death and 10 patients  aud 11 nurses and attendants injured, was a wooden structure.  There were 90 patients in it at the  time of the fire which burned from  4 a.m. to 0 a.m. The hospital was  for the treatment of cases of particular interest and had 150 free  beds.  A serious outbreak of disease  among cattle is reported in Na-  masaki and vicinity. Many have  been destroyed.  The secret convention believed to  have been concluded between Russia  and China bids fair to prove a  soxirce of serious trouble iu the far  east. The Japanese press accepted  the report as to the existence ot a  secret Russo-Chinese understanding  without reservation of any kind.  The only consideration that appeals  forcibly to Japanese writers and  publicists is how to meet the situation which that convention creates.  Both marquis Ito and Kato, minister  for foreign affairs, have admitted  that the present situation cannot  be passed over and instructions  have accordingly been sent to  Japanese representatives in London  and Berlin to ascertain the exact  views of the governments to which  they are accredited.  The directors of the general hospital held a meeting last evening and  several matters of interest were discussed. The annual meeting at  which directors for the ensuing  year will be elected will be held on  un :W��ffif��!SS$9S^.**��yKS^  Cfr^CC����Wa��i^S;t.'"^K**t,' )iLaf_iW)SKAi^VUSi_:.' *��U&t.4t+B��&  THE TRIBUNE : NELSOH B. C. FRIDAY, FEBRUARY % 1901  ]_.��&  u.:>  ..���;  In overy family is the very first aud  most important consideration. To  establish and retain it there cannot be anything more conducive  than appetizing and easily digested  food. Try any of the following  specialties.  Christie, Brown & Oo.  Rusk Biscuit.  Peek, Preen & Co.  '  Nursery .Biscuit.  German Rusk.  Nestle's Milk Food.  .Milkmaid Brand.  Robinson's Patent Barley.  o f  .Robinson's Patent Groatsi  The Red Mountain railway hauls  the Rossland ores to a smelter, at  Northport, which by the end of  April is expected to have a capacity  for treating 1750 tons of ore per  day. It increases land values at  an American smelter point; it gives  the ��� merchants of the -American  town all the advantages resulting  from a large smelter payroll, and it  enables its owners, who likewise are  the owners of the Le Roi and other  mines, to escape payment of their  output tax by chargiug. themselves  a reduction rate several dollars in  excess of charges imposed moon  similar ores by the Canadian smelter at Trail. Given sufficient railways of .this kind the smelting  problem of Southern British Columbia will speedily be solved.  ��� The most interesting feature of  the speech from the throne is the  railway policy which it outlines  for the coming session. There will  . be a proposal to bonus a railway,  from the Coast to Boundary,  secondly to bonus the Esquimalt &  Nanaimo extension to the northern  end of Vancouver, and thirdly a  proposal to bonus an all-Canadian  line to the Yukon.  ALL   NEW   /\ND   FRESH  MJSOMS  V- ���,.    -    '" ,      .   -  , . It is .reported, that .the..city, of  Victoria*has decided to-install, a  fully-paid fire department. Owing  ,to his.inability to' work with'the  .call men to advantage chief Deasy  resigned some days ago, .but he has  consented to withdraw his���resigna-  tion if the council meets his request  for'a paid department.  . ��� From the press reports which  'filter through from Ottawa,, it is  .evident there are more members of  the house of .commons impressed   with the importance of increasing  their own salaries, than there are  members anxious to ascertain  which way the interests of the  people lie in the impending railway  fight.  r  ���  -The Japanese immigrants who,  , through fraudulent naturalization,  defeated the white fishermen in  their Fraser river strike last spring,  have now invaded-the field of, the  white miners of the province. The  management of the Van Anda mine  has given employment to a considerable number of, the Japs and  by the end of the present month it  is expected that Japanese labor .will  entirely shut out white labor at the  Van Anda property.  A special   meeting of the city  council has been called for this afternoon for the purpose of deciding  upon some measures of relief for the  sufferers of the mine explosion at  Cumberland.   For several days past  tbe    press     reports     have    been  weighted with stories of the frightful calamity which turned the little  city of Cumberland into one huge  house of mourning.   It is almost  . impossible to overestimate the suffering which the accident has entailed   upon   Nelson's . little sister,  aud the exigencies of the case call  for    prompt    and    liberal-handed  sympathy.  The construction of the Hill, rail-  way. feeder from the East Kootenay  eoal fields,to. the state of Montana  "will help-1" British Columbia in the  ' same way' that the Red Mountain  jailway helps the Rossaand ounp.  ���What Protection Means.  Toronto News.  If England and Pennsylvania simply mined their coal and iron and  sent* them to other' countries for  manufacturing ores there'would be  no Birmingham or Pittsburg, and until Ontario adopts a rational measure of protection we'-'shall never  have, anything like-the industrial,  development which the "richness'of  -our resources ogives us the right to  .expect. "The companies which-are  agitating' against the - duties-are  more   American" "thai**," Canadian.  -Their, sole -object -is- to ��� safeguard  American -interests,-which5 will be-  ' in j ured* by- the new measure." -Bona ���  fide' Canadian' miners 'should- not  -permit - themselves^-to/be"imposed  upon'by the cry,that, the mines will'  be- ruined by the legislation. - A*  kittle thought' will - convince them'  that ^the only parties -injured will'  be the' American- -refinery ^owners ���  and employees,-"and-that so far as  the mines and .-district"of> Sudbury  are concerned- nothing could be  more beneficial, than -legislation of,  which the-effect will', be :to create  new industries and bring together  a large population.    6' '  ���;,  Government'Ownership.  - v" Events.    ,  I am-told.that the nationalization  of the-telegraph systems of Canada  is to come up. this, session/ If-the  nationalization.principle is once begun it will not be long until it.has  spread over- the whole field of. public franchises.   There is no. reason  -why*we should not have a national  telegraph system as., well as a postal  .system���and  if   the   carrying  of  letters r and   transmission   of telegrams, why- not--the''carrying of  passengers and of  freight ? *   The  twentieth century will see many of  the f ranchises-now owned and operated by individuals controlled and  operated by the governments, federal and  provincial,, and. by the  different municipalities. - And when  that time comes it is to be hoped  that public business will be .conducted more on the lines of private  business. If any private institution  were run as we run our government  it would be iu the bankrupt court  within a year.  ���: Will -.Discuss 8mel|ier .Trouble.  .A special meeting of the Nelson  board of trade will be dield at the  board room at 8 o'clock next 'Monday evening. . The. purpose of the  meeting is to discuss the question  of allowing: the Great Northern to  run l its lines, into the Crow's Nest  Pass coal fields and also the smelter  trouble. An invitation has been  extended to the representatives of  the C. P. R, and the coal' company  to be in attendance and .they will  be allowed to advance their side of  the, question. > These questions were  discussed slightly at the last meeting but it was laid over until further information could be obtained  by the members. * It cannot be said  what definite aetion will be taken  but the question will be discussed  in detail. The meeting promises to  be an interesting one.  Well Known Promoter Dead.  ' F. M. Chadbourn of this city received information yesterday/ that  his brother, A.  Chadbourn of the  firm of Chadbourn & Richardson of  London, England, died on Tuesday,  February 19th.   Deceased, who was  68 years of age, was well known in  western Canada   and   the  United  States. Until lately he made annual  visits   to this country.   The firm  was known as promoters, and it has  been at the head of some of the  greatest undertakings in England, i  and Also of some of the largest min- j  ing companies in America. tThe  firm:iwa's-the former downer of .the  . famous Drum Lummou ^mine ,in  -Montana.Y-Theyr-jhave,. money invested in many parts of the globe.  It is said that it was the strongest  company in London from 1885 to  1890. ���   ;���    *    Y        .-"���.'  Samples Received.  The properties listed: and :sampies'  of ore received at the Prospectors'  Exchange in the K.-W.-C. block  3'esterday, are as follows: Silver-  lead oie from the May Blossom  group, Ymir; Crachlachie group,  Nel.son district; Venango and Shen-  ango group, Eagle creek; copper-  gold ore from the Sidney group,  Nelson; free milling.gold ore from  the Maori group, Providence Camp,  Phoenix; gold ore from the Pactole  group, Okanogan Falls; Red Deer  group, Pentieton; SilverBlazegroup,  Cariboo creek; Mountain Meadow,  group, Arrow Lake; copper-gold  ore from the Superior group, White,  Grouse mountain; Norway group,  Trail - district; gold -ore from- the  Florence and Georgia group, Lemon  creek; copper-gold ore -from the  Syndicate claim, west fork of Rover  creek.          Aid, Solicited,  Mayor Fletcher received a .wire  yesterday from Cumberland, Vancouver Island, asking if the city  would aid in relief for the widows  and orphans of the men who were  killed in the coal ��� mine disaster  .which occurred .at that place a week  ago. The number"'killed was* 64.  A special meeting of the councih  will be held- at 12 o'clock today - to  consider- the appeal. - It is - quite  probable that a fair, sum of .money  will be forwarded. Other towns  and cities of British Columbia,have  also been asked to contribute.  **��"���=  m  to  to  m  ' 00 ' 000 * '00 ��� 00 ' 4^0 * ]^0* ^^0 * 00* 00'* ^0/7i*j^S'.'X^0* ^^j ��� **^Mf  oxxxi uxxnxiixzzxixzxzzxxzxzx:  Ladies' Misses' and  Children's Under-muslins  at Unheard of Prices  2XZ1 txxxiuixzi'xui [rax:  aaxxrf  Embroideries,  Wash Laces and Domestics  Greatly; Reduced.  to  to  FOR TEN DAYS WE WILL OFFER A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF WHITEWEAR AT  to  to  7*  to.  to  to  - 7 7,7 7    ,..:-. ���:  : ...      .,..:     ..      ;.    7 ..   '    y.;.    ;x,     to  TEN DAYa SALE OF LADIES' WHITEWEAR %  to  to  to  to  ffK Ladies' Nightdresses, 75 cents to $5.00 m  /fi . Corset Covers, 20 cents to :$1.'75 ��\  /(| Lace and Embroidered Underskirts, 75 cents-to $12.00 m  to ��� ' ..    . to  (fV White Cambric Muslin, Nainsooks. Victoria Lawn, India Linens, White and Colored 1(j%  fky Org-andies, Dimities, Fancy Muslins, Plain and Dotted Swiss and Piques fky  -     "  ' to  balance ^of, our Winter Stock of Ladies'Tailor-made Costumes, to  Jackets, Capes and Skirts at Reduced Prices - -to  to  to  THIS LINE INCLUDES  to The  to  to  Hockey Game .Tomorrow Ni?ht.  <- The hockey match,between. Rossland and Nelson to be.played at. the  rink tomorrow evening promises to  beYorie;of the fastest -games of ��� the  season. Nelson has* already defeated' .Rossland-, in" a -con test ..which  ^resulted,in >a score-of; eight goals, to  -oue. r-'fRossland-.,will."bring'-its .best'  team sand will do all that.is possible  to. win. i Nelson1, will,iplay its' old.  team .and will, line- up as follows :  goal, S.. Neelands ;-tpoint, C. Archi;  bald; cover, C.>Jeffs ; forwards, J.-  Thompson, A. Perrier, O..Nase, and  A. Wetmore.  r Mysterious Death.  -Toronto, >, February. 21.���JPrank  Emilie, a chiropodist living at-100  .Sherbourne.street, was found dead  on the floor of-his.-bedroom. yesterday by-members.of his family, who  heard him fall, apparently out of  his bed. * An inquest has ; been  ordered anda postmortem required,  because of a statement of a prominent medical man tl at Emilie some  time ago told him -thifche was being slowly poisoned by. some one.  Kidnaper. Arraigned.  Omaha, . Neb., - February 21.���  James Callahan, under' arrest in  connection with,the Cudahy kidnaping, was- called- before, judge  Vinsenhaller today and arraigned  on three complaints-^-grand larceny,  -robber3*_and._false_i.imprisonment.._  Callahan pleaded not -guilty to all  the charges. He had, not .secured  counsel', and further proceedings  were postponed until Monday next.  Bail was .fixed at $7500 and in  default .Callahan was remanded to  jail.  CARD OF THANKS.  Wo wish to thank all our fHonda for the aym-  pathy and kindness that wo havo received in  our hour of bereavement.  Mil.-AM) MRS. GKO. M. HOLT.  TTTTYTTTTTrrrYTTTTTTTTTTTTrTTTTTTTTTTTr  Our .-Winter -Millinery  Must be Cleared,uptin  Order to,Make Boom for  'Spring Styles  Fiied fevine & Co.  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C. '  *mi)n nixmxx:  TTTTTTYn TTTVqr-  Furs  We are Letting go  -   at Prices to Suit tho  Buyer  -fT-rrjrTTTTTTTTTTTT-nittYttT.TTTTTTTnfT'  lA*r^tf^4^^ ..00..00 . 00^.^0. 00:00 . 0W .00 . ^0. .00 . 00 .00v ^00 .00 . 00 . . **^^ ��_^fih*  **^ *^^* ^'���^^ *^fi*i* ^^k * ^^���-���*^^ ��� ^%. *^^ ��� ><^^�� *^*^ ���.**%��� ^^^**^fi, ***^T^^r  r *|8^^ ^^^* ^^^4^0* 4^^-^^^ *^fcK*^fc^ -^fc^*-^^^ 0&^^I^P~0^&4^^ *^B^*^^^ ^^^ l' *^i^���''^^^^^^ ***^^-^l^ ^^&*^^0 *^^&**t& ^^U^^t^^ *^^0-*^^0 ^^^0**^^ ��^^Ra ^  *^����^^.   . *^^ .y**.   . ^^^   ��^^ . ^^^ .^^^ . ^^ .^^  . >l^ *^^^ �� ^^^ a^^.   ��� ^^^~��^^^ ��� **^k  ��� * ^0J*.00m ^0 * 00* 00 * 0&\00 *'00* 00 *'00* ^^^ ^&* ^0 * ^0* 00 * 00.00  321 to 331 Baker Street, Kelson  American ar|d European Plarip.  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELKOTUICITy  AND HEATED BY STEAM  8S CKNT8 TO tl    '    -   -  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NKLBOK,  Lighted by Electricity and Heated wighHot Air.  liRTde comfortable bedrooma and flrsthclims  dining-room. Sample rooma for oonuuerolal men.  RATES S2 PER DAY  N|rs. E. 0. ClarKe, Prop.  '     LATK OF THK BOYAL HOTgL, OAMIABY  Nladden House  Baker and Ward  Btreeto. Nelson  flelson Saw and Planing Wlills  Limited.   .  CHARLES- HILLYEp, HARRY HOUSTON,  .   President and-General. Manager._        , s Secretary-Treasurer  ;AU Communications to,be.addressed to either.of the above  Wo are prepared to. Furnish    -  by Rail,.Barge or Teams *  -DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and .DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST, CEILING ..    .  "   LOCAL: and.COAST FLOORING  A    DOUBLE, DRESSED> COAST' CEDAR/ .  RUSTIC, iSHIPLAP; STEPPING  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRA CKETS, NEWEL POSTS^  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS>and GLASS.  Get Our Prices before o  purchasing .elsewhere. mmmmmmmmmmm^mmmmmmmmmmmm .  OFFICE-.CORNER HALL AND'FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL,STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING."   MILLS: HALL STREET-WHARF  Pylums & Co.  KOOTENAY...-  OOFFEE CO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************.  Wo are offerln-g at lowest prlcos the best,  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Otir Bent, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound $ 40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Cofloe, 1 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Coffee, U pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 0 pounds)  1 (HI  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  The onlj hotel ln Nelson that has remained  under ono management elnoa; 1880.       . . ,  The bed-rooms aro well tarnished and lighted  by eleotrlolty. - -  The bar la always stooked by tho best dom ������  tlo and ImportedJUq-nors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MoMANUB, Manager  . A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED. -_  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  . Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST-BAKER STREET, NELSON.  ��� Bar atooked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer'on draught.- Large oomtort-  ahle rooms.' SlrslMdaos tabla 1ma A.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BRKWXBI AND BOHLBB8 OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at  Nelson,  Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon,' Silverton, JXew  Denver, Revelstoke,'Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood,'Cascade'.City,-Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  Alii. KINDS OV  FRESH AND SALTED.MEATS  . .WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN 8EA80N  Baker Street, Nelson ��#  (J#  TRAVES,," Manager  MUnHRH BV MATT. RKniDI*WlB OAFMVTJt. AlTO.PWnVPT ^TlTOmnW  WHOLESALE TRADE  ARATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & CO., LIMITED.���Corner Vernon  and Codar streets, 'Nelaon, jjianufaoturera  of and wholesale doalers in asrated waters and  fruit ayrups. -Bole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephone GO.. ,,  ..-    ASSAYERS'^ SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL- 8c CO.-Cornor Baker tmH  ��� Josephine stroets.-Nelsou, -wholesale deal  ers in assayers supplies. Agenta vor Denve  Fire Clay,Co. of Denver. Colorado.  <���'  COMMISSION. MERCHANTS. ^  HJ.-EVANS 8c CO.-Baker Street,.Nelson  ���   wholesale    dealers   In .liquors, ..olgara  cement, lire brlok and fire olay, water pipe, and -  steel rails, and general' oommission merohauta.  - ELECTRICAL. SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CON-  ' 81 RUCTION COMPANY���Wholesale dealors In lolophor.es, annunciators, bells; batteries,  ilxturea, eto., Houston blook, NelHon.  ��� FLOUR AND FEED.  -DRACKMAN - KER .MILLING COMPANT  ���U ���Cereals, Flour, Urain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootenay Points.  Grain olevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R.. Mills at Vlotoria, New West)  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS 8c   CO.-Baker  street,   Nelson.  ��� j'wholesale dealers ln fresh and oured meats.  Cold storage.   .  GROCERIES.  A .MACDONALD &> CO.-Corner Front and  ���   Hall     Btrfitttrt.      wholenala   ffrnoArn    and  Prompt and raeular  dnllverr to tha tonAti  Brawery at Nelson  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and Kootenay Strgets.  P. O. Rot tm TKLWPHONB MO, M  w&  Dp. Hawkey  Has Removed to the  TURNER-BOECKH BLOCK  .,-Corner of *.Vrard and Baker.Stwbta.   '  Hoine Grrown  Fruit and Ornamontal Trees, Rosea, Shrubs  Vines, Bulba, Hedge Plants and Seeds.  Extra choico stock of Peach, Apricot, Plum,  Cherry and Prune Trees. New importation ot  flrst-class Rhododendrons, Roses, Climatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.  80,000 to choose from. No agents or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspection charges.  GrocnhouBo plants, agricultural implements, Tor-  tilizors, bee supplies, etc, Largost and most  couiplote stock in tho province. Sond for cat  alogue before placing your orders.  Address  ty. J. piRYj Vancouver, B. C.  Whit* Labor Only.  ROSSL.AIND   BNCIIINBBRIING  WORKS  ycyNLtiFFEi- & McMillan  Fouhders and Machinists, Speolalty of Ore Can, Ore-Bin Doors and General Mining Maohlnery.  List ot second-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and Is as good  _______ WflW * *  1 S-'-H. P. Locomotive-typo boiler, -with engine attached and all fittings, ready to turn on steam.  1 Iil"x8" Double-Cylinder Mellon Draln-Hoisl, built by Ingorsoll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, No. 5 Cameron, New, York.  1 Sinking Pump, 10"x6"xl3", outside packed i^ungor pattern.  Watch this.'advertisement for further lists, or wnte us before you buy for oomplete list,   we  may have just'what you want.  , Agents for Northoy Pumps.   Stock carried.  P.  O. Box 198. THIRD AVENUE,  ROSSLAND.  OUR  ARE  SBMI1T COSTS BUT one oBNTimrag&  To drop us a poet card that we may call aud give estimates.  It saves many dollars.  Never  have any plumbing, done until you nave seen our goods and our prloes.  OPPOSITE  piimrnirvsnin.  STRACHAN BROTHERS. Plumbers.  REILEY&BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  WORK*?.*  , . EXPERT H0R8ESH0EINfi.  al attention given to jU kinds of repairing  __ omstoni work .from <_'XjMe points. ��� Heavy  boltaBiada4��ord��ron8boi<aoUc#.  P. J. RUSSELL  Bayer and Exporter of-  RAW   FURS  Highest Prloes  Prompt Returns  > Fair Assortment  I Ship by Express.  NELSON, B. C.  Hall    streets,     wholesale  grocers  <obbers iu blankets, gloves, mitts,' boots, rubbers,  maoklnaws and miners^sundrles.  OOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY,   LIMI-  . TED���Vernon   street, Nelson, wholesale  grooers,      -,  JOHN CHOLD1TCH 8c CO.-Front street, Nel-  ~sonrwhoiesale grocers.-^ =-^=���   Y. GRIFFIN- & CO.-lTront street). Nelson. ,,  ���   wholesale   dealers   In  provisions,   ourodJl  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS 8c CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine'?]  *   Btreets, Nelson, wholosale dealers ln hard- 1  ware and mining supplies.    Agents for Giant  Powder Co.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY  Baker St., .Nelson, -wholesale   dealers In  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNKR, BEETON 8c CO.-Corner Vornon  A and Josephine streets, Nolson, wholesale  dealers In liquors, cigars and dry goods. 'Agenta  for Fabst Brewing Co, of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Brewing Oo. of Calgary.  POWDER, GAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON-POWDER COMPANY-Buker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealersln oapa and fuse, and oleotrio  Masting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS.  LIMITED-Corner Front and Hall streets, ���  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholosale doalers f.  In sash and doors; all kinds of factory work mado J  to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY. LIMI-  - TED���Corner Front and HaU. streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers ln wines (case and bulk.  Mid domi-MMo and tmnartad, niaara.  ANTI-CHINESE RESOLUTION.      j  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a regular ]  meeting held on Saturday evening, December ]  22nd, l'JOO, all members of Nelson Miners' Union I  No. S6, W. F. M., are requested to use every /  legitimate means I  To Discourage the Employment or     v  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or indirectly.  All union men and others  who believe in making this a white man's ooun- .  try, are requested toco operate in givingeifect to j  the aforesaid resolution.   By order,  NKLSO.V MINERS'   UNION.     ,  Nolson, December 22nd. j  Tho above resolution has been ondorsed bv tho  Trades and Labor Council of Nelson, and all  union mon, and others in sympathy with it, are  requested to govern  themselves   accordingly.  By order.  TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nolson, Deoember 22nd.  ARCHITECTS.   CARRIB-Archlt*           and 6 Aberdeen block, Baker ateee*. Nriwu.  TPWART As CARRIE���Architect*.   Rooms  Audi. .-   -  - - ,    -^>"'-s*5,    -   J    '-"Ji-J  THE TMBtfKE7^MS0N-B. CyFR2MY,^MtJAIlY ^ii90i-  BAM OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....*lg.OOft��0��-����  RHST       7,000,O0O.OO  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ���������Pn'slS^  Hon. George A. Drummond ���������i''ViCB-P���^o��  E. 8. ClouBton General Manager  NELSON BRANCH   n.      .  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches in Iondon (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all tho principal oltios iu Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cablo  Tl* A 11 H f fl I'll  Grant Commercial  and  Travelers'  Credits,  available iu any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  OURKKNT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.   a "��� ���;'���.'' .v..:       ��� ���' ���    '  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE..  THURSDAY S QUOTATIONS.-  Asked.  STOCK.  B. C. Gold Fields "������ 9  Black Tail   Brandon & Golden Crown   Canadian Goldfields Syndicate...  Cariboo (MoKinney)   Cariboo'Hydraulic   Centre  Star ���.   Crow's Nest Pass Coal   California   Deer  Tiail  Consolidated      Evening Star   Falrvlew Corporation   Golden Star A   Giant  ....  - Granby   Smelter   Iron Mask   Jim Blaino..- ,   Knob Hill   Montreal & London   Morning  Glory   Morrison   Mountain Lion   Noble Five...-   North Star   Old Ironsides   Olive   Payne -  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...  Republic. *.    Slocan Sovereign   Virtue !   War Eagle Consolidated   Waterloo   Whilo Boar   Winnipeg   Sullivan   BALES.  10W0 Door Trail  .' 9  1000 White Bear   1500 California   BOO British Columbia Goldfields   6 00 Morrison -   3  12  8  Ml'  1-65  1 20  oon  (i  31  2i  4i  47  42  !)  CO  ��� Hi  ��l  Si  40  31  8'J  80  1*2  50  32  45J  7  30  e3v  u  14  Bid  9   -2i  9  4  ���cs  37  1 60 "  1 00  60 00  4i  PROCLAIMING EDWARD KING  With Old-Time Ceremonies.-  '. Aiv 'interesting account * of' the  '. "proclamation   of   the. accession of  king'Edward VII. at the entrance  .to'the.city of London, .which' was  ' .attended with-all the old-time ceremony, is given,in a -recent English  "exchange:  The site of old,Temple^Bar, now  -. occupied by tlie Griffin monument,  -marking the entrance to the .city,  ���was, of course, the centre of atfcrac-  ^ tion, for here it*was welh known a  ,qtiaiut,civic ceremony would be observed:   Spectators were early on*  *the scene, all the windows ^in^ the  vicinity were occupied, and before  8   o'clock   much -animation   arose  from the arrival of tlie troops alloted  to this locality.   The South Wales  Borderers kept the. street on each  [side of the Griffin, and near at hand  were the Gordon Highlanders and  Highland Light Infantry, the -lat-  ,ter recently home from India.    The  metropolitan aud city police mude  a second line on the edge of ^ the*  footway behind the soldiers.  The red cord was drawn across  the boundary line, the city marshal  ���bad-taken up his-position, the-lord-  mayor and the sheriffs', with the  civic oflicers, had assembled on the  eastern side of the "Griffin in - one  group, when, at twenty minutes  past nine, the appearance*of an advance ."guard-- of mounted metropolitan police signified that the  earl' marshal's ^procession from St.  James' palace was approaching.  His lordship, enjoying quasi-  sovereignty, had come out to agree  with the proclamation and to allow  it to be announced in the city. lie  and his officials were quite prepared  for-tha arrival of the august,.visitors from the west end. The escort  of Royal Horse Guards accompanying *the gay pageant from St.  James'palace drew up in front of  tlie law courts, and the pursuivants,  heralds, and cavalcade generally  halted a short distance to the west  of the barrieiy where, a long string  ofY carriages came to alJ standstill.  Tlie pursuivant;' ; Everard Green  (Rouge Dragon), descended from his  coach, his gorgeous and quaint uniform ^attracting y much I attention,  and proceeded on footY-towards the  temporary barrier, having on each  aide ot him.a state, trumpeter, who  blew a fanfare which aroused the  city authorities. At once the city  marshal was on the alert, and advancing his - horse * a step or two,  while the lord mayor and his entourage looked on, ^demanded in a  loud voice, "WhoY^oes there ?'' to*  which the pursuivant replied, "The  officer. of ."arms, who demands entrance into the city to proclaim his  royal majesty Edward the Seventh."  The barrier was thereupon Jower-  ed, and tbe pursuivant, without  escort was admitted. After that  the entrance to the city was again  closed/ The pursuivant was -then  conducted.by the city marshal to  the lord-mayor, and handed him a  sealed document which hi$ lordship  THE CANADIAN  BANfcOF COMMERCE  .      WITH* WHICH IS AMAIXIAMATJCD     s  THE BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up 'Capital,  Reserve Fund,  $8,000,000  $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $66,000,000.  HEAD  Imperial Bank of jSftnada  ���"���-   OFFICK. TORONTO."  ',$2,600,000  ' S2;458,603  $1,700,000  Capital Authorized  Capital Paid up  Rest  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President.  2i  _  S  ���a  43  as  4  45  i  15  2J  85  bti  10-  46  30  ���m  _4  3  4  1  13  3  ��  S  8  Robt. Kllgour,         Vice-President.  London Offloe, oo Lombard Street. ID. O.  New York  Office, te   Exchange   Place.  and 6i Branches in Canada and tho  ���I'nilod SUitos.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.'  Present rate  threo percent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  , Manager Nelson Branch.  subsequently read in a loud voice  as follows':'"**"  '*        .. ' *  > "At-the court of St. James, 23rd  ���dayof January, 1901.     ���  " By .the lords pfw the "council.���It  js this ji&f'ordered1"- in-council that  .the.king's heralds'' and pursuivants  of arms^oY.attend at the* court of  St. iJames', on Thursday-next, the  24th. inst., at-.nine o'clock in the  forenoon,* to;- proceed with the  usual>ceremonies to proclaim ,his  majesty kingYlild ward VII.    .  (Signed) *    ,A. W: PITZROY."  Having received" this order for  proclamation, the delivery of which  was the pursuivant's mission,.. the  lord mayor ordered the heralds,, "to  be admitted that they might carry  out their duties within the city  boundaries. Thereupon the barrier  was again lowered, and the pursuivants departed in quest of the  heralds. The state trumpeters  played a fanfare, the city trumpeters responded with a blare, and the  eail marshal's procession went ou  into the city, headed by the1 Life  Guards.  It was a small but gay and picturesque pageant.' The'heralds and  pursuivants drove- in royal carriages, attended by the sergeants-  at-arms with their maces-and state  .'trumpeters. > The >; silk tabards of  the heralds, all richly embroidered,  .with gold ��� and bearing the Vcjiuar-  tered' arms, of Great" Britain' and  Ireland, attracted much attention.  As the civic procession.and that of  tho^earl" marshal' moved off city-  ' ward the spectacle was striking and  picturesque,' being full of both color  and quaintness. The national anthem was played, there were more  fanfares by 'the trumpeters, and  next a halt.was called at the corner  of Chancery. lane, where about ..a  hundred Life Guards were stationed  in addition to other troops, whose  combined presence served to invest  the scene with all the attractions  bf���a military display."   ' ~"  Here the lord . mayor, in compliance with- the order in council,  called upon the heralds to proclaim  his majesty within the jurisdiction  of the city. .. The trumpets again  sounded, and then Scott Gatty  (York herald) repeated the procla*  mation which had been read at St.'  James' palace, loudly exclaiming at  the, - close, "God save the king.','  There was another fanfare of trumpets, the crowd cheered tumultu-  ously, the national anthem was  played and then, amid many mani:  testations of enthusiasm, the caval:  cade proceeded on'its way.  VICTORIA AND JOHN BROWN;  >  In-her association with her immediate personal servants the queen was  singularly fortunate.' Possibly the  best known was that characteristic  Scotsman, John -Brown, -who was  boni at "The Bush," a -small farm  north of Balmoral castle, and began life as a stable boy at Balmoral.  Of rugged exterior - and singularly  uncourtly manners, 'he ' from the  first commended himself to the  prince consort, who made him a  gillie, and iu 1849 a personal attendant on himself and the queen. ' In  1851 his services were exclusively  demanded by the queen - when on  expeditions and jaunts in Scotland,  audit was; John Brown and John  Grant, the head keeper, who were  always taken on the secret trips of  her majesty and the prince.:: -  It is recorded of these two  brawny Scotsmen that on arrival at  some ye'ry poor inn they were commanded to wait on their royal mistress at meals, but, being too shy,  they deputed their duties to a  woman of the village. Tbe sayings  and doings of John Brown were  many and quaint. He was of the  stuff of which the king's jesters  were .made in the olden times. He  was very blunt of-,. speech, r and  never, gave way to'the Ywhims or  fancies of any one, not even excepting the queen herself. He was not  at all above reproving her majesty^  for any sartorial economy she might  exercise, and would often tell her  that her cloak was too old or her  bonnet too shabby. Once in SccftA  land, after a picnic luncheon taken:  at the Glassalt; Shiel, the queen  asked for a table to be. brought;  from the cottage at which she could  sit and make some sketches. Table-  after table failed to suit the queen's"'  taste,  and the  servants -were'-Afr  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager. ^  E. Hay, Inspector.  NolROn Branch���Burns Block, 221- Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manage     ,   ,  their wits' end. Suddenly-<yBrown  awoke to tho situation, picked up  oue of ithe discarded tables;-planted  it before the queen, and said :  "It's na possible to makeuanither  table for you up here." -The}queen  admitted the common - sense . of  Brown's remark and used .the table.  His bluntness, however, was resented by many of the queen's relatives and "there -are-many' stories  told of' his curt speeches to the  prince of Wales and others of -the  royal family. 'Many of the -court  officials did not like him, andmore  than once there was some.intrigue-  ing to displace him. -But the queen  appreciated to the full that loyalty  and singleness that saved- her' -life  from the would-be - regicide O'Connor in 1872, and that so frequently  stood between her and the impertinence of vulgar1 sightseers. Among  his fellow servants John Brown was  greatly beloved. -They found him  rough, uneducated, and a stern disciplinarian, but strictly, just. He  would always take the weaker side  in a dispute, and obtained justice  for all the servants- from' the com-  mitte that ruled the household. He  was honest and trustworthy, and a  good fellow among his peers;. and,  for all his.- undoubted influence,  never became an upstart.  ^A failing, which the kindly queen  refused to recognize, beset -him in  his later years, but his death caused  genuine ' sorrow in the servants'  hall where his portrait* now hangs,  as in the queen's drawing room/ A  servant's tribute to, his memory  was : " I am -very sorry he is dead.  It would be better for us all if he  were still' alive." All Brown's  brothers passed into .the queen's  service. Donald 'Brown went-to  Osborne, Hugh became; keeper.' of  the kennels' at Windsor, 7 James  Brown irwas, the* shepherd"1 at Balmoral, and Archibald Brown-was  made a > page'7 in the royal household. The Clarks were, cousins "to  the Browns, and Francis Clark took  John.Brown's place as personal  attendant to the queen .after his  death. _ .Francis, himself, is dead  now and his brother took his post.  The, Grants have also held positions  in the royal family as valets, messengers, and keepers. John Grant's  daughter is housekeeper' at Balmoral.  Compound  Syrup .  OF WHITE PINE AND TAR  WILL CURE YOUR COLD.  '(=9' (p3%(=3'G3K  ���&  :"*=*'  ESTABLISHED IN NELSON  GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARS  Jacob Dover, The Jeweler, Nelson, B.C.  PRICE LIST OF WATCHES AND MOVEMENTS  Vanguard Movement and Imperial 30-Year Filled Case..$37  Crescent St., 21 Jewels, Imperial 30-Year Filled Case v..   28  We handle all kinds of Watches and Jewelry, and sell them, to compete with Eastern Prices. ^  -Our Watchmaking and Jewelry department has no, equal jn Kootenay^ Mail orders-receive prompt'and careful attention,y  JACOB DOWER, The Je^eleiv  C. P. R.' Watch Inspector., Time received every morning from Montreal by direct wire;-  P. S. Bartlett Movement, 17* Jewel Nickle Case ..  Appleton Tracy Movement, 17-Jewel Silver Case  ��� M: SI  ���*$��  *3^-  <>..  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable-Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Office on Baker Street, west of Stanley Street  ���'      "   -    ,-NELSON.  C. D. J.CHRISTIE  .   General Broker  FIRE, .LIFE  ACCIDENT^  AND  Insurance,  Money to loan at 8% or on tho Installment plan.  ���'     '   lJ       > * -Tl h ���- '      '   '-'    ,' '       "'  - .,*- ,,      .."iPorCSale '  The Haywood place'.'* Prico and terms, on .application. '   ��� %,  3 fifty foot lotB on Robson street .** '. .(800 00  2 twenty-flve foot lots, ObserTOtory St.... 600 00  'A 25-foot lot opposite the Phair Hotel, a  -bargain : 050 00  Several other good buys are on my list.  "'    ' ' -v '   For'Bent. , -  7 Room House, Carbonate Street'. |30.00  6'Room House, Mill Streot -..'  25.00  A Ground-Floor Olllce  25.00  i Room Cottage: ' 1  12 50  The'Hay ward place.   Cabins for rent.  See my list of Real Estate.  I-Jemetribar the' new starjd   at Corner of- Ward  and Baker Streets.  rCOME AND SEE  US.  Canada Brag SBaok Co.  Limited.  MRS. CARR  LATE OP VANCOUVER  LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formerly occupied by Miss MacMUlan,  Victoria Block.  The patronage of Nelson ladies solicited.  If you want all the Mining  News of the Lardeau, you  must   become   a   paid-up  ���    reader of the  LARDEAU EAGLE  FERGUSON, II. C.  $2 per year. It Alls the bill.  THE GRANVItLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Boarding.and Day School' for Girls. .Will reopen January 15th.- Terms moderate.. For termi  and prospectus apply to *.t,:  Y MADAMOISELLE KERN. Principal.  THE CREAT LABOR  SAVfHC  INVENTION  INVALUABLE TO    BUSINESS* AND   PROKKSSIONAL  '.'-...- ..... .--..*  ' MKNT- ;.-..*���''*    *  ���:   ��� ������       ���'���,    ���  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, Nelson, B. O.  Y NOTICE.  Rossland, B, C, November 9th;1900.  To F.B. Salisbury :  ^ Notice is hereby given that I, William Griffiths,  intend to' olaim* 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:   ' .. "',   A-onfrhalf (J) interest In the "Bunker HU1"  mineral olaim. *  :   A one half (J) interestin the "Sullivan" mineral  'olaim. ���-������'������-������-:  A.ouohalt (1) interestin the "Fidelity" mlnera.  claim. -. ��� .-. ������������*' ]������'���'   -  . All the adjoining claims, ituated on the west  fork. of the: north. fork of Salmon river, In tha  Nelson Mining Division, .  '.. This action Is taken under Section 11 of Chapter 45, of the statutes of 1890 and amondmenta of  181MV W1IUAM B,iTOW81*a    ; .  _������_���.'"������������}: Agent for "VVTllliinGHfflUi*,'"..  i\ FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  , Inside Doors  - Screen Doors  Windows o  Inside Finish  local and, coast).  Flooring  looal and eoasu.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  . Dressed Lumber   _  ot all kinds,  Vt WHAT TOU WANT IB NOT Iff BTOCK  WB WILL MAKK IT FOB TOO  CALL AND GUT PR1QB8.    .  J. A. Sayward  BALL AND LAKE 8TRMTB, NKU90N  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HKNDRYX AWD ViflRWON BTRKKT8  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-l White Pine Lumber Always in  StocK-   y  y We carry a complete''; stock of  boast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside^ Finish,' Turned Work, Sasli and DoorB.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  H. L T. HAOLJAINi C. L  MINING  ENGINEER  ��^^b1^-     ���        ���    NELSOH  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  ���'���"���   Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   "POMMERY"  "SMILAXr   ����VIRGIN   GOLD",  Bmoklns andPlpea,  ******************  J      The census of Canada will, be taken iu April, and the pop-'  ulation of the several incorporated' cities will be' known' a short'  time af ter wards. ^ The" Tribune publishes Daily and Weekly  editions at the following rates of subscription by mail: Weekly,-  oneyear $2;;Daily, six" months, $2.50; one year,.$5.   The Daily  is delivered in Nelson "by-carrier-'at the, following rates: /Three ���  months, $2.50; six 'months,*' $5;_ oiie year, $10.   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C. -  TTTTTTrrrTTlTTTTTTTiTTrnmTTrllrlim  Canada  ��-.-..'....'  ..$100  Nelson ..'   British ^Columbia  .<   25  Rossland......  Northwest Territories  .. V 26  Kaslo ... .*..*.-  Manitoba ..".'   .    26  Sandon/.,...;.  Ontario)'.. .c ...."..*..  ':-.l 25  , Revelstoke:..  Quebec '...'.'..'.  New Brunswick"'.  ... : 26  Grand, F[orks  ..25  Phoenix w...  Nova Scotia   r. " 26  Greenwood ..  .Name  Post Office.  Province  Amount enclosed $.  Subscription to Edition of The Tribune  Estimate as to population of  Canada  British Columbia  ���North-West-Territories  Manitoba  Ontario  Quebec  New   Brunswick  Nova  Soctia  City of Nelson  City of Rossland  City   of Kaslo  City of Sandon  City of Revelstoke  City of Grand  Forks.  - City of Phoenix.���  City of Greenwood,...        This offer holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.  GROCERIES  AND  PROVISIONS  OUR LEADERS-  The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter  In all sized! packngeB and Hr>ound bricks  ��� .      September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Street, Nelson  TEADES   UNIONS.  -."if  ;������'>.  Ail  *������   '^j." I  ���faiCLSON MINERS' UNION NO.'W, W. F. cf  ���*���' M.���Meets In miners' union rooms, northeast oorner Vlotoria and Kootenaystxeets, every*  Saturday evening.at 8 o'olock. -Visiting mem .. ^.���.  bers -welcome. M. R. Mowatt, President. Jame i -\ ���'.--, -i  WllkoB. Seoretary. - Union Soauc or, Wages i*", ���*  for Nelson District���Per" shift*' machine" k��->W|  men, $3.50: haminersmen misers. 93.25; muckers, 7 k<X%!M  carmen, shovelersand other underground labor-,, "HY"?*  ers, ^.00.-        >   -.    ,--��., ^-   *YV   >'<i\ -   " -m  qiRADSS AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The regn  ' ���*��� lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor "} ? '7J'P_ _  ConnoU wUl beheld Inthe minora' union hall, r, X'xyl  C. P. Rebuilding.-cornor Baker and Stanloy .>yl  streets, on the first and third Thursday of each" -." ���+ yt  month, at 7:30 p, m. C."'J.v.Clayton*. "President. J>"��-,sjl  A. T. Curie, Secretary.      -i     .  ,. --.<'  .."'._-      'iS-^CSX  rpHB regular Meetings of the Carpenters' Union 't~/*--#M  '���*���> aro held on'.Wednesday*evening, of each ' v.I/- ~  week, at ,7 o'clock, ln the Miners' Union hall cor- '*    Y';"7-v<B  n��r" Victoria1 and ������ Kootenay -streets.'- Charles --_- -*%>el  Clayton, President.  John MeLeod, Seoretary. ^ *r-xtt^M\  ARBERS' UNION.-Nclson Union. No. 196. of \^___m  .tho TntAmationRUmipneymen.Barbers Un-~  first and third Mon-   i Union Hall.oornor   w. .WK  of victoria and Kootenay streets, at-8:30 v.w.y&yg,  .tho International Journe  Ion of America, meets every  day of eaoh month In Miner's Union HaU; oornor -<l  Vf ' ' **"  j>. - Visiting  brothers cordlally-in   attend. R. McMahon, president: J. H. Mathe' .XSt'^'k  son! secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardnor, recording 3 ��&/JSs  secretary.        -   '   ���' -       .-.��."-- --Sn-t***  T ABORKRS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro;  ���*-* - teoUve Union. No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets in  Miners'-Union hall, C. P. R. block, oorner "of *  Iiaker and Stanley streets, every Monday evening''- >. ,f_-^  at7:30p.m. sharp. Visltlns members of the Amerl-; ... >i-**J,  can ' Federation, cordially- invited to 'attend: .\-'+'>t"  A. .T. Curie,*- President^-J John -Roberts, re- j"," >*m  cording secretary. _     ''*��.    "������ , ,~\ Y��� ;','.^T4^  |5rKLSON/PAINTJI!RS'��UNION-The regular.,' ~^J$  ** ^meeting, of;thoXPainters'^Union is,-held -��-V.p  ' the flrst andlhird Fridays in eaoh month at Mln- - - "*���'  ers' Union hall-at-7:80 sharp.-J.'H. Millward,  I-resident; Will J. Hatch. Secretary.     ' ,  COOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION'���Regular  <, meetings every Tuesday evening at 8:30  o'clock, in Miners' Union Hall,.corner of- Bakor  and Stnnlcy.Rireots.. yisting brethren cordially  invited. Chris. Luft, president; H. Smelser, financial and recording secretary.   -   f .,. ����� '  PLASTERERS' UNION-The O. P. I. A. Nfl.'  172, meets every Monday'evening in. tha  Elliot blook, oorner Baker and Stanley streeta, ak���  8 o'olock.    J.'D.  Mover,   president;.William  Vice, secretary, P. O. Box 610. ~ ^ >   ,.  _r-t��t  L ���'���'iii  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODOI       Meets second Wedneeday ln each month.  NO. 28, A. IP. tc A. M           needaylnei "  Sojourning brethren invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodge. No  2fi. KntohtH of .PrthlAfl. meets ln^I.O. O,  lay streets, evi  Visiting KnjgbM  36, Knights of .Pythias, meets  Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenai  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock^  ctorrt tally lnvltea to attend.  A. T. Park, K. of R. 8c S.  streel  jltlng   H. M. Vincent C,  F.  every  KOOTENAY* TENT NO. 7,   K. O. T. M.���  Hold their regular meetings on the flrst and  third Thursdays of each  month.' Visiting Sir  Knights are cordially Invited to attend.   Q. A.  -Brown, R. K.;--A._W._Eurdy, Coin.;_R. J. Stccl-  D. S. C.  M , A. Minty, Recording-Secretary.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Qko. H. Lammeiis, J. R/Ckansion, or to  auy person or persons to whom he may huvo  ��� trunsforrod his interest in tho Harvey Joy  mineral olaim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson  Milling .Division.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  One Hundred Dollars lu labor and lmproveiuanU  upon the above mentioned mineral claim, in  order to hold said mineral/ claim "under..Ihu  provisions of the Mineral Act,-and���< if within  iiinotr days from the dato ot this notice you full  ifuio to contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, together, with all costs of advert 1h-  ing, your-Interest in mid claim will becomo tho  property of the subscriber, under section four of  an Act "entitled "Au Act to Amend the Mineral  Act. 1900." SILAS.H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December, 1900. .  y;.;.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To T. A. Stkvknson; or. to any porson brY persons to whom ho may have, transferred his  r' interest in tho Llla mineral claim, at Morn  ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:    j   .  You are hereby notified.- that I havo expended  tho sum of One Hundred and Fifty-Seven Dollars  in- labor "and - iinnrovoments;���������upon'.** ther abovo  niontioned minoral claim, in order to hold said  mineral  claim  under  the .provisions   of   tho  Mineral Act, and It within ninety days from lhe  dato of this notice youfall or refuse to contribute  your proportion of such expenditure, together  with all cosU of advertising, your interest In paid  claim will become tho property of tho subscriber,  under section four of an Act entitled "An Act to  Amond the Minoral Act, 1900." ���-���������  DANIEL  HERE.  Datod this 12th day of February. 1901.  Notice of Application to Transfer a  License.  Notice Is hereby given that I Intend to apply at  tho next sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners of tlie City of Nelson for permission  to transfer my retail liquor license for theprem-  Isch situato on the south end'of iJotl*'Block 6, in  the City of Nelsoh,and known as the Manhattan  saloon, to Charles H. Ink and Siogel Boyd.  CHARL1S A.-WATERMAN.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 15th day of Fobru-  aryrl-301.     '?.'*,'���  Witness: Arthur1 K.-Yaucman.   {MUSIC.  Mrs. D, B. Murray, graduate In vocal and Instrumental music, is now prepared to reoelve  pupils for instruction in voice culture, Italian  method; also piano and organ.- ,  For terms-and further particulars apply room  5. A. Miuvtaiiald building, oorner JoaoguUMMd  Vernon (treat,]       .-.._.'���  ^lh.t!.__:  ��;i-.  .r;<;j:;d;rf/T:: '^^a-T**''*J2K*2S'��^K5S��3^  X��$&S2&&__22X  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. 0. FRIDAY FEBRUARY, 21/1901  I  w  l.i  |ii-;\  Assayers Supplies  We carry in stock a full lire of Assayers' and Chemists'  Supplies. The quality of t ur goods cannot be excelled  and our  price i  are   reasonable. =^= -- - ---���=-=^--���==-=  We are British Co'.unbla Agents for.        -.<  ?#.�� DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH <Sc THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOOK NELSON,   B. C.  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  To=-  NELSON, B. C.  Builders and  Contractors  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I bear to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest  possible prices. *' Being ln a position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.       - * *  <  It is our "intention, to install machinery to manufacture our  marble products, and next season we shall be in a position to supply  these produets &t reasonable rates.    -  We shall also Keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  .Tiles and Cement   ' ,.  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have .taken" the 'First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition in-1899 and also this year.   We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building,  Stone. ' -*    ,' *  < y   '; t - -   " *    -    -  ~ -- We are prepared ..to offer special7 rates .to Contractors _and  Builders.      " - -'. yy ''-.:<���    ' ' . -   '_-,: ���>,' -Ay ,r  t      ^   ;.   y;   y ernestAmansfwld,  y "'���- --   tor Tbe Mansfield, Manufacturing Company.  '_       - ~ -       "    ' ,���"     Successorg to-*'" *   .     "* _  "*"'-       -    The West Kootenay. Brick <fr Lime Co., Ltd  The New  Shoe  TELEPHONE  NO. 2W.    ���  EMPRESS SHOES  ���   For women' are too well-known"^ to  need   much ��� comment.     They .are,  without doubt, the best of all  -- - **       ,      - -  $3.50, $4, and $4.50 Shoes.  '" We refer our readers who question- their>- quality to friends-who  have worn them.  GALL  AND   INSPECT.  Baker  Street,   Nelson  *  The Nelson Clothing House  Great Slaughter Sale  tt  tt  FROM 10 TO 26% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  In order to make room for Spi Ing Goods, 1 havo decided to hoII for the noxt thirty days nil  " All heavy goods away down, cost not considered, and in  a, and Boots nnd Shoes I will give from 10 to 25 per cent  Now In the chance to partake of the best bargains over  offered in the Kootenays.   My Rtook is all new nnd up-to-date and ^the sale Is genuine, so now avail  yourself of the 1    '  for only 30 days,  yourself of the best opportun  y Rtoc  Ity to  get good goods at less than Wholesale prices.   Kemeinber this in  ���J.  A.   CIILrKER,   Proprietor.  from 75c to $3.50.  For the balance of this month we are offering special reductions in  -Carvers, Ladies Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Born, yesterday, to Mrs. A. W.  McFee. -* Fairview addition, a  daughter.*  Born in Nel9on on Monday, February 18, to the wife of David  Wadds, a daughter.  From information received from  the militia department at Ottawa  yesterday it was learned tliat all  applicants accepted to do 'active  service in South Africa must be  vaccinated.  The District Messenger Service  Company has rented the old C.P.R.  building on Stanley street and will  establish its head office there. The  work of putting in the call boxes  and the putting up of the wires will  begin in the near future.  A. H. Buchanan, manager of the  Bank of Montreal, in company with  Mrs. Buchanan, left last evening for  San Francisco, where they will remain two or three months. Mr.  Brown, manager of the Rossland  branch, will take charge of Mr.  Buchanan's duties duringthelatter's*  absence.   ' '   .  The Nelson Miners' Union will  hold 'its annual ball on Thursday,  March 15th, at Fraternity hall. The  reception committee, consisting of  J. R. McPherson, H. Smythe and M.  R. Mowatt, have arrangements well  under way and will do everything  to make the event a success. ,The  music will be furnished by Warn-  hold's orchestra.      ,   , -  Dr. Kennedy bf Macleod, who has  been appointed by"the'militia department to aid in recruiting men  in the Kootenay for South Africa,  arrived in Nelson last evening,,accompanied by Mrs.-1'-Kennedy. -Dr.  "Kennedy and lieutenant Beer leave  ^this evening "for Rossland, where  they will recruit 25 men. , They  will return toINelson on Monday or  Tuesday.       ".*��       '  The two miners, Charles Dowel]  and James Gillis, who were arrested  on Wednesday on-the charge l of  stealing a number of;blankets from  Rennell's stable, came^before mayor  Fletcher and "city .clerk Strachan  at the, police_court .yesterday after-  "noori.'_. They, were found guilty and  ?were sentenced to 30 days' imprison}- -  ment. -The trial 'lasted for an Houi  and a half. \,    * y *  T    *">  A meeting of the Nelson Charity  Organization will be held at thf  city hall at 8 o'clock next Tuesday  evening. ' There are one or v two  ..parties who have asked for aid and'  this will be'j'the principal point of  discussion. -Mr/Sims? secretary of  the -organization, said' yesterday  'that the society would 'be 'pleased,  toj-eceive any cast'off--wearings apparel from citizens who wish to  donate., ���_-"���  A good1 program has been "arranged for., the concert and "hour  in wonderland" which will be given  in the opera house on Monday evening' in aid of the public library.  The "hour in wonderland" will ibe  handled by W. H. Dowsing, "a magician of acknowledged ability, and  concert numbers will be contributed by Mesdames Woakes and  Hannington,iMisses Bensusan, Lillie  and "Hedley and Messrs. Benedict,  Crofts and Winter.  =_WilliamJW._Chapman,_father_oL  Mrs. B. C. Riblet, who has been ill  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVURES  AND  ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  Houston Block.  Tatephon* 161.  J>.aJ3��x 173.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  for the past few weeks, passed away  at the general hospital yesterday  afternoon. .Deceased was born at  Oskaloosa, Iowa, in 1852. He" came  west about five years ago and has  been associated with Mr. Riblet;  since that time. The funeral. will  take place from St. Saviour's church  at 3 o'clock this afternoon,.Rev. H.  S. Akehurst officiating.  A farewell reception will be tendered Nelson's fire chief, W. J.  Thompson, who leaves on March  1st'for South Africa, at the open-,  house next Wednesday evening. Ar ���  rangements are already being mado  and "a good musical and literary  program is being prepared. It will  take the form of a smoker and  mayor Fletcher will occupy tlm  chair. Au invitation is extended  to tlie other boys \tbo are leaving"  for the front. A small admission  fee will be charged.  To Change Hands.  ���-'Negotiations are" being made by  R. H. Williams for the purchase of  the entire interest of the Nelson  Transfer Company.    Although the  deal has not yet been closed it may  be iu 'thef next few .days.   The consideration is said to be about $4000.  When   the   transfer is  made Mr.  Williams will be the sole manager  and a number of changes will be  made in the company.   The present  company do all the transferring oi'  freight   to and from the various  transportation points of the city  for the railway companies and the  business firms.   The staff consist?  of nine men and five teams.   When  the   firm  has changed   hands the  central oflice will be moved to a  suitable point on Baker street, and  it is expected that the force will be  increased.  SUPREME COURT BUSINESS  Another Mining Case.  When the supreme court was  called to order at 11 o'clock yesterday morning the case of J. O.  Marino vs. George Alexander of  Kaslo'and A. SproatandF. Mclnnis  of New Denver was called and  when an adjournment was taken at  4:30 in the afternoon only tlie  evidence of Marino had been heard.  Tho case will probably last until  tomorrow evening or Monday. In  this case the plaintiff claims about  $2400 for money that he alleges he  advanced to develop ' the��� Marion  mine at New Denver. Defendant  Alexander says that he was not a  party to any development scheme  and furthermore that, as far as he  isN concerned, the work was never  authorized; -The other defendants  say that development was to have  been done under a written agreement by which the plaintiff was to  obtain his" money from the' ore  which'he removed from the property. The defendants also state  that they are in no way responsible,  as they have protection .through  the agreement. Defendant Sproat  has a counter claim of about $1000  for money loaned and also for his  commission on the sale of the California "group.,��- ���     ' , -"��� 3 '- ���  Mr."Marino, who was in the,-'wit;  riess^ .box '"allJ day, gave evidence  chiefly- concerning" various" documents, ^letters,",etc. He will be  cross:examined this morning. The  case is a. complicated one and involves several interesting point's of  mining. law. ' Seven lawyers are  employed. Although only one case  remains to be disposed of after this  is concluded, it is quite probable  that court will last until the middle  of next week.  "-���;���< Judge'IrviDg's Decision.  , - >%" ->  -_' Yesterday-Mr: Justice Irving pre-  'pared a^written* judgment iu^tlie  case of Briggs-.vs. Newswander, in  "which"the" plaintiff was" suing for a  certain interest of money and shares  in the Cork{and^Dublin claims.' It  reads ai follows:" "'~ 7 ~7 7A A-.  ^-1 have looked-at the cases that  'have been handed to me this* morning; and turned' up ���* some cases las I,  night. -Now,* the matter about the  time the contract was entered into  stood ���*��� tliis ', way: The" plaintiff's  claims were about to run out, and  the time for adversing > the defendant's claims was*~about to��expire;  the "parties met together aud had  (one'agreement -drawn (B 1).. By  that agreement'it was altogether'  optional, in,express terms, whether  the defendant ~ should give tho  plaintiff'anything^ or nothing. A  conversation took .place in which  different sums were mentioned, first  one sum and then another sum. No  definite agreement seems < to have  been reached. - The parties then put  into writing the second agreement;  (B 2); then the. documents '-were  both signed and exchanged, the one  for the other. Both parties looked  upon these documentsYas of: equal  force, and I assume they are of  equal force and 'that -'the second  contract is binding. ^ _^_ _  tho  EL   ZB^TIEIRS   <fc   OO;  NE1LSON  KASLO  s^.*jsrr)o*isr  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for % Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUN8 AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TELEPHONE 27 Stor0> Corner Bakep and jMephlne gtjeet)  bankrupt. The court came to the  conclusion that there might be an  allowance. However, it came up  before the court of appeal and the  decision was reversed.  I have known - of a standard by  which the court can say what is a  reasonable amount of shares to .be  given. ' Under the circumstances I  think that I will have. to dismiss  this action; but as I do not think*  that the. defendants behaved properly in the case I shall do so without costs. <   PERSONAL.  W. Swain of Rossland is regis-,  tered at tho Queen's.  William  Ferguson -of Sandon is  reglsteiccfat the Tremont.       .."  H. E. MacCaney of Spokane and  J. Johnston of San Francisco are registered at  Phair. ~ -      - * - "  ���   Alex Blair of Vancouver and E.  A.Abbott of Rossland are registered at the  Madden bouse.  P. Burns,-better known as the  "cattle king" of Calgary, was in the city on business yesterday. *   ,  _ a Joseph Genelle of Vancouver, one  of tho owners *of tho steamer Alpha which was  wrecked some time ago. is In the city.  Harry H.Coopef of Vancouver, G.  A. Mitchell of Ros land and T. H. Holem of New  Denver, are registered at the Hume. ,.  W*. H. Olin of-Spokane,r traveling  gacsenger and freight agent .of tho Chicago &  treat Western is in the city.   He is btopping at  the Hume.    ' -" --        >   "_ t. - ' - ������  W. H. Aldridge, manager of 'the  Trail smelter, who has been In the etist for some  time past, returned, home yesterday. He was  accompanied by Mrs. Aldridge.,     ~ - r,  BUSINESS  MENTION.  _   ;,   _���...- i -a. -     "  Cellar tq Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.     ��� -        ���" f '"*     .    ^        -~  . To letyFurnished rooms''in Carney block." Apply M Us "Garrett.     ^ *"       .  , Go to the Old -Curiosity Shop i��  you want to* buy or sell anything.v'*_' -      '-  YY  Cash paid for. scrap iron, -, brass  and copper.   Nelson Iron Works. -(,-  *" -   ,- *--v  Hack   calls left at' the   Pacific  Transfer barn on >.Vernon street*', Telephone  call 85. ,       . .   y      ; - "J  TF/>r Rent.f-Twq fine ,ofiices 'centrally located.^ Apply to "A. H, Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal.        - /  /Two-'large,- well-furnished 'rooms  to let. 1 and 5 Macdonald block, corner Jose-,  phine and Vernon.  For   Sale.-  Large hotel trade,  and Silica streets.  CHEESE  . Perhaps you did not know,  but we want you to learn  now and remember that  we make a feature of  cheese of ail kinds.  MacLaren's Imperial In all Sizes/  MacLaren'8 ({oquefort.*  Imported Swiss.  Also the Finest Canadian Cream.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10  K-W-C Bakep Street  Good' fish   business.  Apply corner of Josephine  The second "point then is, is  plaintiff entitled'to any interest in  the claims or is he entitled, in a  court of law to any shares in a  company about to be^ncorporated?'  " About illusory contracts, at page  132 ofjsix Ruling Cases I find .the  following with reference to tho  making of a contract:  Now there have been a number of  contracts in which,apparent contracts have been made, the first I  cite is Davies vs. Davies, it was first,  heard by Kekewichand then on appeal.   That was 'a case on a con ���  venant contained in a dissolution ox'  partnership���the retiring partner,  who received a large sum of money,  covenanted to retire"from the partnership, "so far as the -law allowsi  from the business," and not to trade  in any way to affect the business:  directly or indirectly of the continuing partners.   In an action bj  the surviving partners to restrain  a similar business being carried on  in Middlesex, Mr. justice Kekewich  thought that that covenant to retire from the business "so far as the  law allows" was too vague for thtt  eourt to deal with.    I don't know  anything that expresses this case  nearer than that "they ask the law  to do for them" what they had not  made up their minds about themselves."  Mr. justice Fry : "I think it can  be enforced either directly or indirectly." Then in re Vince there  was a partnership under a written  agreement appending a statement  of the assets and liabilities of the  business. The agreement provided  that in the event of the borrower  being unable to pay any interest by  reason of deficiency of the profits a  "due allowance should be made by  W. Baxter'to John Vince in respect  of the same,In a fair and reasonable  manner."    The* borrower became  Japan Tea. of all kinds to suit  your taste. Sun Cme'd." Spider Leg, Pan Fired  In bulk or packages., Kootonay Coffee Co.f .  Milk business^for s&Ie���The only  dairy in Ferni<\ 20 cows. Will be sold~at a bargain. ,Apply D. J.*Whitney, Fernie, B. C.  ^Messrs. McEwen &-Simpsou, corner of Josephine "and Silica streets, have had  their store connected by telephone. Their number la 271. .    '   -   . -    '   -  For fresh candies, fruits, nuts, &c,  cigars and tobaccos of tho best brands, call at the  Bon Ton Confectionery, Baker street, Miss A.  L. Kllnkwitz.  _yrhat,fine blend of_Ceylon_Tea_we  are selling at "thirty cents per pound 1s giving  the best of satisfaction to our many customerx.  Kootenay Coffee Co._  Eight-roomed house, partly furnished, to rent in tlie Hume Addition, either to  ono or f wo familios. Apply Mrs. Hartwlg.Hume  Addition.  Go to*, the elegant store' if you  want style and comfort in your corsets. Nothing  but imported goods. West; blook, corner of  Baker aud Hall streets.  To Let���House on corner of Victoria and Cedar streets. Six rooms, bathroom  and modern conveniences. Rent ?2o. Apply to  A. K. Coxhoad, noxt'door on Cedar streot.  v For rent���On March 1st, house on  corner of Front and Park streets. Five room-n,  bath room, etc. Rent, including water, (25. Apply to K KUby, next door to McBrlde's stables.  Western Canadian Employment  Ofllce���Malo und female help of all kinds furnished free of charge. Victoria street, noxt door  to Publio Library. 'Phone 270,   P. O. Box 711.  We   have  Indian',  Ceylon    and  China Teas ln great variety, choicest quality.  Wo make a specialty of blending teas and sell  thoni in any quantity ut lowest rates. Kootonay  Coll'ee Co.  For Sale���Moving picturemachine  and stercopticon combined. Films eighty Boer  war slides. Every thing complete. Never been  used. Great bargain. .-Apply "Picture" Tribune  ofllce.     Miss Von Dei* V Worth���Clairvoyant*, palmist and card reading. Gives advice  on commercial business and mining; reunites  unhappy lovers and broken-up families. Room  1, over Thomson Stationery Company.  Farm to rent cheap���with about  300 fruit trees, one-half acre of strawberries, one-  half acre other small fruits, and Ave acres of  clover. Rent to be paid in making improvements. Apply M, Tribune office or Telephone  91, Nelson.  $100,000.    I want a gold mine  netting 3100,000 annually. Free milling gold properties wanted. Send price, terms, full report,  etc. to AndrowF. Rosenberger, Room i, K-W-C  Block, Nelson.  Telephone 101  Wanted ���"A woman   who   can  take   charge of  general   housework.    Three  Gi   OUR SPECIAL SALE,OF AJ NEW CONSIGNMENT OP WHITE WEAR IS STILL ON. >  ��� y   .���    '_ Corset CoVers from 20c "to $1.00    "M-~> -  Ladies Nightgowns at 7.5c, $1.00, $1.26 and $2.00  Ladles.White^ Skirts, from 76c to $2.00.'^ '  ^   f'~- Ladies-Flannelette Nightgowns regular' 75c^for 50cV *-" -  ���   Ladies Flannelette Nightgowns* regular $1.00 for 70c.  Ladies Flannelette Nightgowns regular. $1.75 for $125  Misses and Childrens, Drawers, to clear at" 25c.  " 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  : iY   these and as long as they last will sell at these prices:  '"  /Heavy.Ribbed Wool Hosei 45c line'at 26c   7-"- -*  _r    Heavy, Ribbed Wool Hose, 60c line at 36c'  ,    Heavy Ribbed Wool Hose, 65c line at 46c  of  We* are daily opening  new-Spring Goods which ,we will self  at remarkably low prices to suit the times.    j  T Clothing, Boots and Shoes, Hats and Caps.  A. FERLAND & CO.  REMOVAL  The Gait Coal office has been  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!      WOOD!  Anthracite '       giO.W  Crow's Nest    6.1f>  Blairmore      C.75  3D-H3-LIV-E--R-H3U  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY. Ltd.  No order can be accepted unless accompanied  by cash.    Office:  Corner of Hall  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  childron.  eI8 a month  7r  ood home for right person.    Wages  .   Will pay half fare to Ferguson,  rite at once to R. P. fettipiece, Ferguson, B C,  care of Eagle.  For Sale���120 acres of first-class  agricultural and garden land, 12 miles from Nel-  don ou Kootenay Tako Will sell in 10, 20 or 40  acre tracts. Price and terms reasonable. Apply  or address A. F. Iloienberger, room 4, K-W-C  Block, Nelson.  The Prospectors' Exchange is the  only place in British Columbla'where prospectors  can exhibit, samples of their ore to the mining  public.   Send samples of your ore for exhibition.  No charge? made for exnlbitir>(r j��nr ore- and  listing your property.  N��teon. Telephone IM.  Room t, K.-W.-C. Block  A  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  REMOVAL  Dr. Morrison, Dentist, has removed to hla  sow offlcas in the K-W-0 block.  Surpassing  Display in.  Fall Suitings  - All the fashionable creations  ~ in Fall'and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of Scotch and huh  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  ��� i  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street),  - FEED J. SQUIBB, Manager.   ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  Lai  sped:  fashion  e stock of high-class Imported  ty of the square   shoulder���tEe  lln  i eoats.  latest)  WE HAVE  Improved Incandescent  Mirror Globe Lamps  Now in Stock. They  Improve Electric Light  Fifty   per' cent.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  & CONSTRUCTION CO.  Nolson, B. o.

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