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 DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  ~f.:&&  i&��xmmt  NINTH YEAR  "THE'TIftBtr;^  ROM PROVINCIAL POINTS  ���OARDS OF TRADE CONVENTION  '_.     ADJOURNS.  Hatters  Before   the  LeRislature���No  Further Cases of Smallpox Re-  :; ported From Moyie; Etc.:; ��� ";;  Greenwood, March ]i 3 A [Special"/  jo The/ Tribune];���-Kaalo/soured a/  manimous vote for the next annual  aeeting of i/the* Associated / Boards  jf Trade - of x. eastern /British /Col-;  i'���'���'"��� i*.;c77_7K"7^x7'J-'x7'7? ^-^r-y;7:<:.j-.^^cX-^.  '��mbiai;..*.v^y;^  /^^/f*^^rday��-morning's/ session  ;f;the//ebn  ta^sed^i^th^j^evicmsday's session-  i; the $sbrder'of ad j burnmeniii and}  'liiclifh^-rt6��beenfseribiM  $eredj/were/again:/taken'/up: One/  idbr-sing/uthe/// applicaMbn^for/Saf;  garterIfor'uirail^y frbm/^ernon/  )TRock Creek/q^Midway,/and/the *  yier;the7 KamU3bps /^sbli^ibhilfor;  ib /estabh^hmentT/bf / a!/sa/hit^inm'?  itl0niumptivj^  reyibusrindp'rs^^  >r/|a|/ railyirajrfi a;H^bli^ion'/:/wasT;  assed/which// set ;|for th (;.in jgeneral /  ?rms tlierie^  'iyeen:;$ern^^  iie^-^te^  ante!ge^ha^^  istricj^^rging /tK^goyernm^tetp  %ke steps to aid the /undertaking.  i'he.^Kaj^^^  irbugHlgu^  or$li$l^  >elt/!&^  Miden^e^  /qm^  /fi^Ip^^^  ji-nmffit^fK^  ng^aj^ropr^  ishment of a sanitarium. -   S  "Votes of thanks were tendered J.  Roderick ^Robertson ^ and" H. W. C.'  rackspn,^ retiring . president - and  lecretary, respectively,^ also .-to"the*.  Canadian - Pacific^f or, arranging a!  special train for the 'return  of the'  delegates today .and^to^the- press.[  A-resolution passed-'favoring  the^  division of the counties of Yale aiid  Kootenay into three new- counties,^  viz:   the   northern'half of   both/  counties into one, the second county,  embracing   the   country   between,  Rossland   and " Fernie,   including  -Slocan and Nelson districts, and the>-  fchird county consisting of Boundary  and Okanagan districts.  On motion of the Moyie delegates  rules were suspended and a special  resolution was introduced in favor,  of amending the Small Debts Court  "Act so as to enable - litigants to  garnishee before judgment, as in  county court procedure.-  , A proposition advanced by the  Rossland board of trade asking the  provincial and dominion governments to vote a grant in aid of a  chamber of-mines-for-south-Kcote--  nay and Yale was defeated by an  amendment in favor of a petition  to the provincial minister of mines  to inaugurate a literary bureau to  fulfill tiie objects which the cham-  her was .expected to perform.  ���During the afternoon the dele-  I"-gates 'Visited the reduction works  of theB.(C. iCopper Company and  the -Standand Pyritic . Smelting  Company- K  The-convention closed yesterday  evening. This morning the remaining delegates were driven to  Phoenix and inspected the Knob  Hill mine, leaving for home this  afternoon.  that the merchants gave the, contractor a release as having been  paid in full. This looks like sharp  practice on the partbf the government. .- .,'"'. *-;������/; '������/:.���,  Ymir wants an appropriation of  $25,000 for roads in its neighborhood, which is/more than will bie  given tho whole district.  WORK OF SALVATIONISTS  ,'. /'!i''8maUvb�� ^ 8itvuit'ioi��;-'..; //':���-".~-. ���' *^  Moyie; British. Columbia, March  3,���{Special/to Tho^ribune.J^Gov2  em*ment//agei^^rm^rpng 7 is��/here  regaling/sin^  dered all dogs tied up and the jail,  whe*re suspects/ are; confined^to ;be"  ���disinfected^" He/ehdors^/the^ac?  7 ifcioh of /constable.2Druihhipnd&DrSf  sHigginsa^-Greeh; /:No?ne%.bases*.  ���::haTO/:;deTOlbpe(^^  Miners' will remain ih .quarantine  / sixteen ^days; A^^^^K'sa^iit^  riot: ���necessary|tp^u*Mahtine  '���town. :/Th^ ^. Eiige^-mi^  /ing; feeding the :'bre/frpfo^he:;tatb ���  .:r3horb7niiite.-/y/^;g/.~^^  MAJOR    HABOBAVE   TALKS   OF  Charitable Institutions. No*,Flourishing inTMsptetaict"^^  y /^.W;ben*ivtb /BeiConiimfl^ii^: ���# ii;-^;/  li  PAg|i|||pipiii  'iAAffiQp*1^^  7. /The .feayUyil*^^  ������of|^;^  ior:,Rob^^  ���;:i��gi/wentithrqugn|ib^  [a-Bpu**^  .m&:*<w^^  ..'tfcere^-wei'^  leaving Nelson"durjug the day the  >jfrijig^^  &fter/|6;^^^  /ielea-a^^  flft-een'^^  Legislative Jottings.  "/Victoria, March 3.���[Special to  ^The Tribune].���The differences between the fraternal orders and the  medical society, are said to be in a  ' fair way toward settlement. If a  Settlement is not effected it is not  unlikely that the Medical Society  Act will be amended so as to place  doctors on the same footing as  other trades unionists coming to  the province.,  According to customs returns the  Kootenay exports are 40 per cent  of the province's total, which is  significant. This is all the product  of mines, which, if smelted, refined  and manufactured in Kootenay,  would make a still more significant  showing.  The third reading of the bill incorporating Slocan City is set for  tomorrow.    It will probably pass.  The government has practically  refused to pay over the money appropriated at the last session' in aid  of the merchants whom the contractor for the Molly Gibson wagon  road left in the lurch. It is claimed  front portion: of   the train it had  reached the other-end of the trestle,-;.  fsimiStiin^  the'rails.    The^twa rear' cars were  also,wrecked "and"the' bridge was  badly torn to ���* pieces." iA\wrecking  crew.of,twelve"men was dispatched  from tiie yards > and worked incessantly \ until the wreckage was"re-5;  moved.x The running.gear,qf two of  *they' cars'7* wa^ Cbiiipletely 'torn \ off ��  The' front wheels'p�� the..first.-car;  that was damaged were found un-  dSr the last car, duetto the force by  which .-the train was Jbeing pulled  forward.    Before the cars, which  were    filled  with ,- coke -' for   the'  Boundary smelters,, could be moved  their contents/ had .ibo be/thrown  into the'gulch.    It  is said that'the'  car    which   left " the" track' was  the ~ same   one twhich   caused' /the  trouble'west of > this bridge about  a week ago and which resulted in  considerable damage.    There 'was a  defect in one of the wheels.    The  wrecking crew made rapid headway,  as the ^greater part of.the bridge  had to be rebuilt After the rubbish  was removed.   No, one happened to  be on the cars at the time, but the  men_/along_ with conductor ClaA  wb'o were in the caboose were badly  shaken up.   During the day many  citizens   visited  thev  scene."   The  trestles between Nelson and Robson have caused the company con-  side'Fable trouble and this year they  will be filled in.   The 6:40 train for  Robson left on time.  fZ::$tfAJ6r?^  <8B^*ei^i%/ehar^^  du^irafpf^^^  ���    his annual trip through the division.  . lM��&^:^epti^  l:iof!t*^  vth^e^^&cW^me^  fdu$^?8rt^  I ^is/KWehi*^  ClSalTtirai.iwli^Ull^i7^^  ���i��$i&i^  i^ntmen^:1i|6^^U^  |EdwB^-1|i^|Xr*e*^^  I tary f John/Mun rw^:^rea,sur*er,-' Mr fcf  IC.;3row^SjuniQr;^sbldie*^^^  I iaaj piv Jbhtt^nudsoii; /band bfilpye/  ���������^rgeaiD^-majbr;#Mr^Si^  i^d/|^Mte^|/Ed^i^|��^p^|^^  ^������asta^ted)!!^  |:*pi*fi^*^TO*k��i|f^^  I'mstjor; Harg^nave; ^d.lthat/Ke/fbund/  ijitfirita^^  :^mb^rshlp]$'Ba^  lately, and now nearly reaches the  :eightyKffiMl����('HeIita^|]^^  * ' The Registry Office,  E. M. Fort, chief clerk at tho land  registry office at Victoria, arrived  in the city last evening, and will  for the next fetv weeks assist  registrar MacLeod.- Mr. Fort also  brought with him all the necessary  stationery,' and it was placed in the  oflice last evening. There are thirty  large record books and a mass of  other papers. Ib is estimated that  the entire lot of stationery weighed  about 3000 pound s. The new books  will be opened today and everything will be ready for business.  The office was opei ted for the first  time on Saturday s.nd a number of  deeds and other documents were  recorded.  SnotTitli'e:v!**b^  fl^^stlg^  fwM^fmb^  |ne^lwra^sMe  LWbuld^be8oLae.little.tisne before  the'scheme was carried^ ��at/-as the"  /matter had fin3tNtobe laid before'  headquarters iii Toronto.  ">'���-  7 -Although   th!��3 ' army r> had''tbeen  ^established   in \ this  province ,A��d  eastern Washington for oirtyv&vCQKi-1  paratively shorbi. time^the^aasrnfeer-1  ship is rapidly increasing, and \the  ���^organization 'js^^Aoing ^ood<wtV*k.  The totalanemlTersK^'|8'' abSut" lS^O"  and is undergoing a. steady growth^ j  -The Pacific division, takes in  all of  British : Columbia''1 and " eastern  "Washington and, extends.are  far  east as Billings, Montana. Through-  'out  the   district "us -twenty-five  corps,5/with    aboufr, seventy-five  'officers. "/       ,_-'��'  "  In a charitable wayr", possibly, the  army is doing as much, as any other  religious institution iin the   west.  "In the% district  they 'have   seven  practical   institutions..     Three   of!  these are at Spokane,/ being ��rescue home for fallen w omen, a home  for men . and a larg b wood yard,  whore many old men ,who have become stranded, can e:wn a fair living.    In Vancouver they have the  same" and in Buttethery have a fescue home.  which claims so many vicjiims. as  almost to parialyze; public/iwtivtty.  The prime -minister tiimlelf,' bai^ly  recovered/ ft*ona the>^rippe,;Jsp-  peared initio/bhiii^'er;*4of deputies  prepared foi: the gl-^t/sbfeiaiist ih-  terpellatibn oiilthe^ strikes/ which  have now become almost'; general j  but / MM. ^ntide,;/;B^  joaune, whdjhad^be^peleeted^ by  their party. for attack'fihe: ��� tabineti  were 8uddenly/taken;-iil^  enza, and the debate was postponed  for a w^ki ^Alfog^  iarei^pw^n*thei|?back^^  Thfl cHi*mberG&^putiesM  apprbpn^elj^amei^ti^  Rochefort the'chamber d^^^  ^oc*^;|J^iety||is||^  .With the exception'^of'a'few small  dinners or musical "recep.tiojps there  ;is)j/UttI^to^r^  countess Boni, de: CastellaiieV who  ihad-'mad-^a7!^^  :d^foiK:NeT*^brj^ai^^S'b^^  the victims of. the: grippe and have  '������ jKis^  IJ^FwipAtiK^^  /thbt s^?aet^atf |th^^^^a|^t*^ayi;  everything human -eflfprt ij'ould' do  C^^ma^^t^tseo^^  /aWguratioinPs^^ qprie^  J^'majqflji^^^^ 'ciyio*.  organizations were 'already in _the  ���7iit^;fin4i*'*s^i^^qu^*|Br^  l^eiath^i^Stei^B^i^  weather for March,4th!':insthe spe-  ^ljfbull(BtiE|y[^  Zprofess^.Mb^  ^Th^;fi^��stinu^^|^^  the inaugural parade/ aajgiveb out'  ^mili^i^lii^qua^  tary, volunteer and'-.. regular,' 22,240,  ..vetei'ah   organizatibhs,:-i2(M,   civic  ^sbcieties?580fli|;SOut^fJlftis  :a'te'*^l^f:'about7i7,5b6'':arriyals:.had;  beenofficiallyreiwrtedtb the reception committee edrly/in'the/ even-  ^hoiirs; tb^p^sfthe ire vi���OTihgIstandi*t  Assumingy that\yptifa$* inaugural:  parade actually"getsf;under way."on  its turn' from thel capitbl^y 2ip.vm4  this,"will make it~7:20S?b'y, th'e .'time'  the last section" *p��rad*e3\the> White  ���House.-SAJj���lA^L^h 'L'-'S"l< '  HAS CROSSED THE ORANGE  ?\-V  ^.t^V-tiiT.''  DEWET MAKES ANOTHER CLEVER  %        A.       BSCAFE. 4���   -.  U& Lost Heavily 'in  Men land'Stores  ',. in His Incursion Into Cape .7  . - Colony. ,        /- _"  Another Expedition.  London, March 4..���According to  the Tien Tsin corn jspondent of the  Standard, wiring I-'riday, count von  Waldersee has issiu ��d renewed orders  to the allied fore es to hold themselves in readiness for a possible  expedition March %'th.  Sultan Was ts to Borrow.  Constantinof IjE, March 4.���The  sultan ha�� order 'ed a financial commission to negp tiate a loan guaranteed by ajb per cent increase of the  property tax f- or urgent payments,  including the /'claims of American'  and German- contractors for ships  and guns.  Shortly another prominent official  is-to visit the army here, lieutenant  colonel Mrs. Blouck Reed of Toronto, who is the , secretary of the  women's social work.( She is billed  to be here on Thursday, April'4th.  when special meetings will be held.  Major Hargrave leaves onJTues-'  day for Fernie and other points j  along the Crow's Nest Pa����s road,  and after returning to Spokane he  will make his annual trip to the  various points in Montana.  '     ���   ���     ' i  Wind fitorm Casualties.  Syracuse, March 3.���A 'severe  wind storm has been blowing today,  doing considerable damage to pro"  perty. Several buildings have lost  their roofs, and windows ia the  business part of the city have "been  destroyed. John Murphy, a foreman in the > public works department, was struck by a window  blown from a high buil&ling and instantly killed.  Fell Through a Wii idow.  Schnectady, New Y ork, March  3.���-Isaac Davenport of , Tersey City  plunged through a wine low on the  third floor of the Winds) Dr hotel in  this city today and fell i ,o the sidewalk and was instantly killed. It  was probably an acciden t, but the  police will investigate the case  thoroughly.  Parisians Have the Grip.  New York, March 3.- -The Paris  correspondent of the New York  Tribune cables this mon ling as follows: The steady dc.wnpour of  warm rain which has ^,now fairly  broken up the winter 'is accom-.  panied by   a wave    of  influenza,  ' LokdoW, March 4.���General Dewet iost'heorvily in men and stores  by his incursion into Cape .Colony,  but he seems to have made a clever  "escape with the bulk of his cont  mand. Apparently commandant  Hating crossed the Orange river  with him.  THE SITUATION IN CHINA  MILITARY PLANS  OF /THE  'SI ZSM-^ fer'bnt'powbes. ,: :*':  DIF-  Sharp Lines Are Drawn Between the  i.x ^Various Natit��dittes-*^AinOTica  /  |^rTrWm:i^F^'foHM^:lM^:^  General Bruce Hamilton, who was  pursuing, heard that general Dewet  was surrounded at Philippstown,  northwest ol" Colesburg. - On arriving there he ifound the Boers "had  not been at PJiilippstown at all, but  had doubled b ack and were struggling across th e river at Colesburg.  Apparently this is another instance  of defective in. telligence regarding  the doings of th e Boers.  The Daily Telegraph has a dis-"  patch from Colet tburg dated yesterday which sayd : Our numerous  columns are still hunting for Dewet.  This place is in a Wubub and troops  are marching off ill various directions to press the pursuit further.  Coi.esberg, Cape Colony, March  3.���Fifteen hundred Boers, with  whom, it is alloged, were' geueral  Dewet and former president Steyn,  found a spot at Lilliefontein near  Colesberg bridge where the,Orange  river widens and the current is slow  and they all crossed yesterday, both  men and horses, by swimming.  Worst Storm v of the Season.  Syracuse, New .York; March. 3.���  Reports received tonight by the  Post-Standard gay the worst*snow  storm of the winter is now r&iging  in northern New York. The Rome,  Watertown & Ogdensburg railroad  has been forced to abandon its  trains betwtten ..Richland and  Watertown, sending the through  sleepers by way of VTtica. Seveial  freight'trains are sts died in drifts.  Richland,-where tho snowstorm ia  at its height, is about forty miles-  from Syracuse. H��� ire it is warm  and almost springlilke,. despite the-j  gale.  i^KiN^Marcb5/.^^  ; preparations for departure are going  ra&tiye^:'|f^^  except enough for._two/companies.  -ii:..~.'���'���������.;x~-Z-'~-''������'-' ���^���A"-,*'r'-'",''^-i*i'."-;.-'*'��������"?>'-"-���";-t'^i.���*���'---'"-.-:-''. *;^*=  have;been packed and marked for  iManUa-l*^7!!^  g^TfeBriUs^  ^i^erpalOTg  ���J^aauSi^it^^  jin^iaiiil^vin^^  " -<--"���*���"��� ���������������-�����* ���*-"* ^fWe^hl.  ;^^b*attalibh|  '���ttni$&lMt:^  5FusilM'ra^?M3^i;|^afepn:*^  jPekih^tpgell^||w^  Trl^hM^t^guai^/tlw^l^  T^/iT&tG-OTm-^^sip^lfe'^^  ^nti��^^pn|^^ei|w^  endeavoring to sell/500D -'American.  ������::.._-1.--.;:-- ,.���_;.���:;���:���'�����*??������-%;<��#* <:5T*.SvT.ife5~?3:*MC.T!*:T ���*%i5;si.AK:  and Australian-horses as well as a  ;qu]^i^pf^*a^^  T/,^t;is^epm^d^t^ti^^|F  tend to /'withdraw- 'most������^ of.'-"their  \forces��h^^  : M-^^in^g/of'j^a^rp^a^ls^cij  .artiller^  ;legatibn;ati^^o/gua^^  ..icomi^nicaibi^ljl^  force, it is understood, will^ Jbe /em-/  ��� ployed to guaird the Franco-Belgian  ^mUwa^f^bm^kint^l^'T^  |l|j$l;B^n^!^  /frjepypS^rtMl^  tend j to' send ���; afprpe to be stationed  |^*^anen^y^t||H  ^guajrSl|^^th^^  frailr|^|5l2&|3inimn^  % have^b^n^omi^etedSi^e^  forniation/ftnjtm^  letter: Sir; wilLyou please for/the  future give my son easier/somes to  do- at nights. ���/���'���>TJus^,is./.what'.;;'he  brought/home /to or|threeT/nitiw.  back: ^If) fore gallins of bere * will;  fill thirty-to pint bottles, how nieny  pint and half-pint bottles will nine  gallins of: there /fill?^ -/Well,iwe  tried and could make nothing of it  all^attd / my bo3^ cried; and/isaid^he;  didh't/dare/go back ih/the/mprniiig;  /withoutdoinUii|,;/ So/KgTOslput'an';  .'buyB;{-a^niri*^KWO^  which I coiild ill afford to do, and  ithen we,went- and/ borrow^^a%lpt/  of ^win^and braindy7b  i:a;few^elh^,;.:b/yj*M^*^  tied.the keg "into the bottles, and;  counted them, and there' were 19,  and my boy put the number down.  jlpr/la^f^nsw^l7!?^  fwheti^rfit|isT/-rite|^|^^  ^8pilt|sbme^while;|;d^^  Please let the next sum-be in" water,  Ja-^/I^n'Saf^rdiii^^  liiiBiiiiKI  ��y*s$2  VVEEKISY/ EP!"TIQN|BY7MAIt  ^pi^di^^RatAWtARlJ _  . ������������������- -������ ���������������r'^-T'-'*:..>'T"--T..**,"-"'^.��.T.^:SS��S  -.--.��� ���.'-:��� -..-..>......,:. ,.-..,t. ���...������,..--:.j_fi_?JZ'r-&.,ig*g.  ... . .>._.      .... _....., .... ** '���"*���''-"      -i..;-,iir"'-i,"*:**'-25  ^eioe  MILITARY MEN MAKE NO MORE  SM i:S ^ PBEmcTibNa /  i &iii*^A-'[^SS7yMSy<Ss[8S  y A ,%%���>*>;."  WM  mm  Bepbrt" of  /WaS;i  ..i,T,.....-s:it*;  '&<'X��'--7^7ii!&  .���^<.x;:��jTit  Botha's   Surrender  Evidently PrematnTe���Ford's Re-  lyiew  "of:the  Pik  latedSto;b1iling!abou^^  with /the *r m������ " -'-0-*���  -^Lparticjdarly^ofaiMabfe  are '$|feTsBarp:;ft^  rthelvwipu^^tibimlit^  inenJI^Cs^ial|jtunct^^  GaMh3*^|ptt||Bj^isli|T^^n^^  gave^nJi^abOTate/din  only:Britisi^/Gernmn^^^tr^^  representatives were present.      "''[  , ~ M.'De Giers', the-Russian-/ minister, gave a banquet at which ronly'  Russians, Frenchmen and Austrians  were' guests,r while t the -. Japanese  minister entertained at dinner'last  evening all Americans and Japan-1  ese!   The officers'Tclub, at the Temple of Heaven, where games and  other amusements are provided, is  attended 'by- English, 'Americans  and Germans only, with the possible exception of a few Japanese  on rare occasions.,  ~Tlfe ministers of the'powers nbw-  meet thrice a week, but no business  of great importance is transacted.  At present   they   are going over  local claims.   Many of  these   are  being thrown out because of their  known excessiveness.   The subject  of legation defences is also being  considered, although this will be  left for final consideration until the  United   States    government    has  reached a decision as to the legation, barrack question, which the  legation is anxious lo have settled  immediately in   order   that    the  building can be constructed before  the rainy season sets in.  The Japanese have decided to  withdraw their troops during  March, says the Pekin correspondent of the Morning Post, wiring  Saturday, and to replace them by  2000 fresh troops, 500 of whom will  be posted'here. ..*'. ' ���  As a result of the conspicuous div  vergehce in' the attitude/bfvthe-  powers the Chinese imagine a- dis-.  cord is beginning.  Li Hung Chang has sent two  mandarins to inspect the route between Pekin and the province of  Shen Si and to be prepared for the  return of the court,   -r >  :  The Shanghai correspondent of  the Standard says it is reported  that prince. Chuang has been  strangled. According to the same  authority, general Yuan Shi Kai's  bodyguard with a transport will  leave Wednesday for the province  of Ponan to escort the emperor to  Pekin.      *.    *   Troubles of a Teacher.  A rural school teacher, who lives  near Collingwood, Ontario, a felv  days   ago   received the  following  ixxy->7��^i77x7. xyti~Atxjyi<m;:  From Greenwood Convention.  %r:'':;:??v&W:^.rij^J7f^ ._       y The/delegates/who /attendedgthe*  meeting of the Associated. Boards  ;^|Tmde7^t/iGt^|^^  ;'a^-S*tui^y^retu  last evening.   They were G. V. Holt  /Bublli^  ;^;%*Go6denbugli^ of^'PKaslo; eBarry/  .'Behtley/and/J;'..-'Hehderabn^of :Moyie��  *^^Cv-^-T.*..*.TT^Wr^s;---:vV;" -T;>.. ���^^l:i'r-:r- i~JJ"-.^; ���^"..t^^t;  and R. C. Hannington of Fort Steele..  The delegates from Kaslo and East  Tl/A��.irt��%'�� _^m _':.-: _\ __._w_. ����*%.*--. ���_*?>�����*'*���' J- \_ __m HV:.li/\kvi _-.r^^  Mr. .Buchanan,  iman"7^fbraSthe?,s,  ���&X'i.fi  "  jWhojf^fod'giaa,.  '"^agg^g^ipnf  :8aid^that they;were; hospitablysen:  :.-Z^y;:ivi^^i&:!^X!;fty;:7%^  tertained. by the citizens of .Green-.  wood and en j oy ed': their visit. very  much^^fDuringMtheirJlstayj&theyi  visited, the smelters and ��� yanousv  mining properties; ^Yesterday:morn'���}  ing:they/were.taken���to the.Phoenix 1  f[etM0^0^^  hours:: Afteritheir return;to/Green  Iw'obditn^CilKTRSinM^^  ^trainiatnd?brou^ght/the;^delegates.for|  the; spilth; tpiRobson,' sO that/ they;  ��� will hot have '.to stay at G reen w oodi.  *BrMi?^Bucmhah?said;that;the  ^point ;under/disp��?9iQin^IWj^jtne'rail-/  ^^^^^estiOTi/tlie^raultfebf ~ which'  ?h^^eii^blished^i|THE^^  /Th^se^ho^yanced/;^^    strong'  /argimen^/ag^n^ of  la diiMPtef|were?Me^s;/Gobdeve and.  :6liverof 'Rosslaivi andoblbhel Topping of Trail." When it came to a  vote the two delegates' from Rossland and the. three from Trail were  against.the "resolution, while all  the;rest were for' it. The reason  for the vote was that the delegates  had, been instructed by tho local  boards.,  There-were several changes made  in the constitution', the most important being that "the annual fees to  "be paid by the local boards to the  association   was   raised   from   $15  to $25. ' .   J. B. McArthur of Rossland, who  was. present, stated that the citi-  zeiis of Rossland had abandoned  the idea of establishing the chamber of mines, as it was impossible  for one community to bear the large  expense attaching to such an institution.  On Friday night the delegates  were entertained at a banquet. In  a speech by Paul Johnson of the  Greenwood smelter, who was in  attendance, he pointed out the fact  that the Boundary was rapidly  coming to the front. He said that  there was an immense quantity of  ore there,'and as it was of a low  grade it was necessary, to bring the  country well to the front, to have  low fuel and freight rates. As far  as low treatment rates were concerned he said that would naturally  came. He declared tnat the mining companies there were backed  by a large amount of capital, and  if,-.the treatment rates were too  high, each" company would erect its  oyrn smelter, and this would lower  the/rate. 'v.//':-" ���.���'-.;>"': ;.--.  T : Drowned in Lake/Erie.  // Silver Creek, New York, March  3'. ��� Twenty-one fishermen were  carried but on Lake Erie off Silver  Creek this 'afternoon, seventeen of  whom have been rescued. .The  other four have probably perished.  Their names are Henry Turner,  John George, James McBratie and  Julius Ludwig.'  Protests to, the Sultan.  Constantinople, March 4.���Russia and the other powers have addressed remonstrances to the sultan  against the-Macedonian disorders.  -i-��-;*1J-j-��-:,-?,y'���'����������� "'���--'.:*<--~'A.-:��= ���">:��� ���^������-v.r:�����������:- ���***��3X��-~*'*^^*-*^''iW*-~-��^*;**e3*:^  she|is|8^so|^eprpached||b^|^te^^5    .-  !fbBsTOilingitn&^  Srec^tahg^y^m^mg|:a^sp^^@^��m  fgraiittbf |fiv^shimhgs^daySfbiatK^^| ^p  5lmperiateYeomj*nrjritandgthei^5g|�� *����  j.y/'- >... m*^'-9_^!&����^>:"��Tc^i_y_:'__zi_^  ���:&ij':;*'V��.*;'^.'��^  tfiu^hergtoe^  ^>:Via#-.'-T^.Wia".wo1^,f'Ari*^o#1^:TirK*^rt^TiPMf'rtt��  iji^mctica^-j^|m^  Jwh^;*&��wwersfbften^u^r^  SOThaustectl||_ ^      ^ _^      i|^nb^ii��ra^h^;a^i^^  *?tnait:tne?Englisht:pe6pl^  r^ffttobmisteke .last:.*year;;m^  finBi^miratioffifoKDe^^^  inc him as.a^hero:;-:.This:incense.-'an-;sfe?SiSfe5mT<  Jdegenerated^r^ifa^w  .''inn��UwnaAl^AH*.nWf^'./ii/^l'liW  j^ric^re^^r*^ -  ^tlfereiis;in<*Mi*ie1i��^ ��|.  Staryjcircles/oyerithe^^rglwi  ?scheme^ofjarmyireorganization��and||sv  <.VintiB?filso?��renroachedfcbv��iVetei��nssi*l  >yj>��i  - "���?l  .:"i*  X?.v  ��� **M  ;;renderingfcompulsory service in -thev ^^..  >;ariny,inevjtaW^4^nQtCrem^perio^.^;^. ��-^g.-,  (is a,thankless task wHej^experts }h^ \- ���, -y'^M  and biit'bf parliament "are 'irritable T  and : fault-finding.- *& Botha��r:and ,:  Dewet are doomed to /failure^'frbm "*.  lack of ammunition, but they have  succeeded in prolonging hostilities^5'  until the. expediency' of adopting,i'" '  compulsory military service income1,  form, *is   a   question   before . the ;v  country.   They have also increased "'  the difficulty J>f, army reform by .  creating a feeling among the officers-  that reputations  may' be ^ clouded^ i  without a chance of clearing" them,  and   that while the*offences  and  blunders of inefficient ^nen are con- *  doned, especially if they are on staff .  duty, capable and innocent men are   ,.  exposed to suspicion and calumny, ,  "without adequate means of-redress.^^  .   There is no sense of overstrain in >  England, as there was a year ago -  when   lord   Roberts   reversed, the  conditions of a disastrous and ill-  managed war, but there are signs  of weariness and staleness in public  life.    The guerrilla war still drags  on, for the rumored surrender of  general Botha was premature, and  general   Dewet   in   official   phrase  "has been forced north;" that' is  allowed to escape at virtually the  same point where he crossed the  Orange   river   in    invading   Cape  Colony.     ' -  -  Milner's Visit to Pretoria.  London, March 3.���Everybody iu  Throgmorton street interprets sir  Alfred Milner's journey to Pretoria  as a signal of the early end of the  War and the resumption of normal  conditions. Consequently Kaffirs  were considerably above the level  of the prices of the previous six  months, and Rands were two points  higher on the week. Other South  African mining shares rose from  3-8 to \\ points, but closed fractionally lower on the report of the  escape of general Dewet.  Was a Nihilist,  London, March 4.���The St. Petersburg correspondent of the Daily  Express says that Knrpovich, the  student who recently shot the Russian minister of public instruction,  M. Bogolpeff, belongs to a Nihilist  society and was chosen by ballot to  kill him.   Return of the King.  London, March 3.���King Edward  arrived in London tonight from tha.  continent. V-  gTH^tBlUM: ttELSQfr �� 0  MONDAY, MARCH i, 1901  ENT  with its restrictions  was established  primarily from  SANITARY  CONSIDERATIONS  In?  ��� ������J  i-ft tae spring of the year  after the winter's festivities the human body requires rest, and its. most  'important health regulator, ' the stomach, should  be carefully catered to.  ���"- ' We offer the  r following delicacies  work, overtime for it for thirty  cents an hour. It has now taken  the position that,, until Canadian  Customs officials will accept the  scale of \Vages fixed by an American  raihVaJr company, the merchants of  Jfelson who ship perishable goods  ovet- its line must put ttp with the  delays whicli its war over 20 cents  entails. -This is the lailway system  Which tlio board of trado delegatos  at Greenwood shouted themselves  hoarse over.  S&rdines   -  /    Flerrihg a la Sardines  f-S Bljae Point Oysters  :>y& & W. Oysters  '  C Lobsters ' ,  IA Clams  :f$S Clam Nectar w   ' r  >JSyClam Boullion    r ��  \S^}6lam Chowder  '{^Herring in Tomato Sauce  %$ Herring Kippered *  ���ZSAD'igby Chick, *\  :y?;Bloaters Preserved  lvi%Car'abus -c A .  AS-Hadies Kipjpered  A'iCodfish *-���, k a -  i^Ftriiian Haddie  fV. Salmon ���Bellies < �� /  ':$M.ackerel, etc., etc,  W4-A-S   ���:;". A "As  The Miner suggests that tho complaint of the Great Northern Railway Company, at being called upon  to pay Canadian customs officers  for overtime, he taken  up by the  customs department.   This is not  necessary, since the customs department has already passed upon othe  matter, and has decided that it the  American transportation company  requires the  services   of   customs  officers after office hours it shall  pay them at the "rate of fifty cents  per hour.   The Canadian customs  department may require a lot of  fixing, but it certainly has not do-  generated to such an extent as to  allow an American  railway company to fix the salaries bf Canadian  customs oflicers.       '   ' o  t-j -<y in which  ixr^?j  Coal  Com-  xet) a very effect-  is, a finding with  Ma  ���aJtCJ  i*>v��  If-4"'*.  \& \  I-  'J  *'_f_3J *> ,  j  HUP^S  S  WaA<  STORES  ��lue ��ribitne*  i&*<  \�����l ' : :   H>"~'t IIevislstoiceJs becoming envious  $f.Ct ��^> Nelson's commercial supremacy.  |U- It complains that nothing but the  l-Sfe" preference shown to Nelson in the  '^> way of freight rates by .the Can-  if??^ adian Pacific railway g-ives Nelson  a jobbing territory as-far north,as  K-.  /Thompson's LandiDg;  -ST)  The: bill to accelerate the  incor-  - Jioration of the City of Slocan has  I*.-- ,been introducedin the legislature,  "^'and is now on the order paper under  .^jthejiead of^government bills.���The_  /'./borrowing powers of the first county oil are limited to $15,000. 'The in-i  I incorporated area comprises, 1*96  ' .  acres.  The   finding of  the. Associated  Boards of Trade in favor, of the un- '  restricted building of railways d"  not carry so much weight a-',       jes  people are inclined to l*'' <.-    Jsome  is the finding of- a '- - '^'ieve-   Ifc  the   Crow's Nest '  pany's agents wor-  ive lobb-   ami  Whi'la everv.  j���      .ueveiy.  g^^       man fa  the  province   m^r  ^    ��       T ^  issue)   >,      -1       s>- >�����.t> ,. '  . a th�� present conflict is not  one     a,     1.    -*       '���--'.     .it..  i.o,"t.���" t��f railway  competition._ The  tissue  in   plain words is   whether  British Columbia is to be-permitted,  tp build up a smelting and refining  industry independent of the United  .States lead trust.   The, agents-of  the Crow's Nest Pass Coal Company  in Greenwood were adroit i enough  to force a vote upon the question of  .the desirability of railway"'competition,.because they feared even tho'  ���delegates to the Associated Boards  of Trade meeting upon the question  whether or not Canadians ; should  be permitted to reduce ^and refine  -their own ores.    ,,   .,_ax -   -'   "-,  Thk Great Northern '_ Railway  Company has not endeared itself 'to  the people of Kootenay so much  that they should make its fight  against the, Canadian Pacific In  Rossland, whe��e- the Great Northern has a Red Mountain spur under  construction-,.' it refused to allow  Canadians.a,chance of'employment  but brought its workmen from the  United States in open violation of  the- Alien, Labor  will have increased to 10*000 tons  per day. This naturally raises the  question whether! io the interests  of the mining and smelting industry of the province, the government can safely take any steps cak  dilated to divert tho present fuel  supply. If the supply is unequal  to tho present local demand, how  can it meet a three-fold local demand with an additional avenue  provided for its outlet to the south?  The Slocan Situation.  Sindon  Piiystrcak.  A report gained circulation Thursday tliat the force at the Payne  was to bo cut down by layiug off  50   men.   When asked about the  matter yesterday    superintendent  Zwickey   said tliat there was no  foundation whatever in the report.  A few men had quit and half a  dozen or so had been lot out during  the last two or  three   days, but  there   was   no disposition on the  part of the company to cut down  the" force.   There are 75 men on the i  payroll.   The Payne or�� te be!*-  sold to the" Trail smelter w'    jR  difficulty is  being expeifc'     a. ?��  disposiug of it, ^eed m  Manager Heap of ^ ���.  while in Trail laafc - ��e Last Chance  tract with th�� ^ ��veek mado a con_  the output o' -mil smelter to take  tent of 25f - the mino to the ex-  will ad*" ���* tons per month. This  erats> ���*"* ��f a continuance of op-'  t> -ons at the Last Chance aud  ie force will not have to be laid  off as was feared last week.  The Byron^N. White company  will reopen tlie Slocan Star mill on  April 1st. There are now CO men  employed at tlie miue but,when the  mill is in operation this number  will probably be doubled.'  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COFFEE CO,  -   **  Coffee Boasters ���  Dealers in Tea and Coffee -       ���  ****ii*i*f}*i**tt*******  Wo aro offering at lowest prices tlie boat  grades of Cejlou, India, China and Japan  Teas.   l * ,      '.,   *��� < ' ,_   -   ���  Our Bes*, Mocha and Java Coffee, pcrv       '  pound $  40  Mocha and Java Blend,.'! pounds . ..'  1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, i pounds    1 00  Special Blend Cofiee, 0 pourds ...'... 1 00  llio Blend Coffeo, C pounds ....'... 100  Special Blend Coylon Tea, per pound      30  OF SUMMER PRINTS, GINGHAMS, MUSLINS AND FLANNELETTES  '  COMMENCING THIS MORNING AT EIGHT O'CLOCK  Having; had two bales of spring goods damaged in transit by the leakage of a car of lubricating oil, and having had our  cla^n' at owr e adjusted by the C. P. R, we are prepared to give our customers the full benefit of the same. These goods  Ve will seUI  at just half the regular price.  20 piece* of print, regular prices 12��c to 20c, now 61c to 8c  4 pieces of ginghams, regular prices 20c to' 30c, now ��� ��� !Oc  12 piecaw  of striped flannelette, "regular price 10c to 20c, now 5c t�� 8c  We intend also to include some of our regular stock with this sale.  10 ftaivnelette blouses, regular prices SI to $1.76, now   24jftr��<e French flannel blouses, regular prices $2.50 to $4, now   80 pair of ladies' corsets, R. & G., P. D. and D. & A., regular price $1 to $3,  60c  ..$1  Also remnants of,sdds and ends"in" all departments.  now 60c to $1.60  Do not miss this chance to secure some good bargains  -,GREAT._  damaged g00ds~  .sale:  atxrcxsxxxxxtzxxxxzxxzzxrxxxrrzxxra  Fred Irvine & Co.  36 Baker Street  .GREAT H  DAMAGED GOODS  i -i    -  SALE .--  .,   "'  xxxzzzxnzzrxzzxxxxzxzjxxzxxxxx&-xxxx��  m  m  ^^.^*00'00*00'0^'00'00'0^'00'0t'\\\^f^0^'^^'<SS -  "r^'AiSUSUB^i^J^^^^^'-^^^'-^-^-^-r  ��� ^^? Sf;^^���^'���>s?��^^^sr^j^^r* ���5^ts^ ^'Sr^^ .sr.^? *  ���' ^^��� ^ ^ ��� <*':^5 ��� *��' ^ ��� **' *0\ **' **'f*' ** ��� ^* ^'^:^  \'axsi&"��������r>t h-ij-.li'i*-.':  V ������".'tt?UUM.i\  '^���_2?~L^r- Wsv&t -  Tub Hill railway charter will  f. j-'come before the provincial legis-  fy lature in an application, by senator'  v *-p��xN. and others of the Crow's Neslr  ;j^����Pass Coal Company, for a charter  ^';t'for a railway from Michel to the  '"}^international boundary. The de-  ^yivory of this railway charter is one  '^J~of the conditions upon which Hill,  (",.. Morgan.Rockefeller and others agree  1 -;to purchase the controlling interest  ���    in   the   Crow's    Nest    Pass    Coal  A, TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAV COFFEE CO.  k.  .Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST ;baker STREET, NELSON.  fm  American aqd European Plans.  MRS. CARR  LATE OF VANCOUVER  LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formorly occupied by Miss MacMlllan,  "Victoria Block.  Tho patronage of Nelson ladies solicited.  THE  CREAT LABOR  SAVINC INVENTION  MEALS,  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELKCTRIOITY  AND HEATED BY-STEAM  -     25 CENTS TO tl   QUEEN'S HOTEL  T       BAKER STREET. NELSON.' " *  Lighted by Electricity and Heat*  - ved with Hot Air*  ,    Large comfortable bedrooms tun* fltu^oUs*  1 dining-room. Sample rooms for ommierehd mon^  RATES $2 PER DAY* ���  |elson Saw and Planing IV|ills  Limited.  :CHARLES HILLYER,:/-'.  / r HARRY  HOUSTON,,  .'-jl     President and Gcjrieral Manager. ��� -.-    .Secretary-Treasurer  . < "f ,        All Coinmunicatirtjs to be addressed to either >of'vthe above      ,  i "   L    "    " '- ry  We are prepared to Furnish""      ,      *    "A]S"        ~  toy Bail, Barge op Tenms -        ' v -- ��  J-v ������    -J - - - ;.  DIMENSION LUMBER       - l   :    -    , :  A ROUGH arid DRESSEDXUMBER      '  V    J '    ~LOCAL dnd-COASTlCEILINGA:   1  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING^ .      .  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR    -  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING  -     PINE: and. CEDAR dCASINGS.  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-^SAWING  '  \.   BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  1    TURNED VERANDA. POSTS  STORE. FRONTS  .       ��� -    -    ..  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS;   ;   ���-.   -  I v  Edmonton R. R. nWllla at Victoria, New Wesb  ��� minbtor. and Edmonton, Alberta,  ". 'Company.  I*'i.  Li*  Nfjlson    merchanta   who  have  -'^perishable goods shipped to them  j? ' over   the Great Northern railway  ~i ~> knd steamboat Hues are now being  y ^subjected to very annoying delays  -*���> V in delivery through the refusal of  S the Great   Northern   management  "'   to .pay overtime to Canadian  cus-  '^-^tonis   officers   for   clearance after  i*A'/office hours.   In its efforts to beat  , an underpaid customs officer out of  >'a fair allowance for overtime this  |r.o!great "American  railway does not  hesitate   to   make war upon   the  /entire business community of Nelson.      Several   months   ago     the  y collector of the port ot Nelson fixed  . i     ���-   ' ,n>  ^50 cents an hour as a reasonable  amount for customs officers while  . engaged'overtime in the service of  ' ifhe: transportation companies. This-  rate is paid by the Canadian Pacific  Bail way Company, but the management of James J. Hill's road says  Act, and afteir  j weeks of waiting the labor comnats*- f  sioners got to work and' had feheia  deported.. The same policy: waa'  followed when the Bonnes^ Fferry'  extension was under way. Th��  Great Northern railway carried it s  workmen over the,' international  boundary line to w��rk on. the Canadian side and carried' thein^ back  every night in preference tf j giving  employment toi Canadians. And  now it says,to>the people of Nelson  that unless, the Canadian customs  officer at Nelson will perform the  duties^they require of him for half  the, current wages tike merchants  of the city must suffe�� endless an-  1 noyance in tlie delay of goods over  its lines.  The Rossland Miner, in discussing the present, smelting capacity  of the several p&mts in the interior,  places their rlssflty capacity at 3450  tons, but Tidcls- that increases at  present proposed will bring this up  to 0050 touts. This means that the  men at present in tlie smelting  business - have improvements in  hand f'jr the doubling of their capacity. This means that extensions already decided 7ipon will re-  qubra- just twice the present  aijaooAit of coal and cok e which the  Faunae coal company has so far  been unable to supply. Nor is it  suggiested that with thei doubling  o�� fc'he present smelting capacity  the* smelting requirements of the  province will "be met. On the con-  trfljry, it is qonfidently predicted  tliat before tdie close of 1302 the  INVALUABLE TO    BUSINESS   AND   PKOI'KSSIONAI.  lilKS. .    ,  The Can-Dox Copying Book and InK.  Lettors nnd ot her documents can bo copied perfectly and quickly without tho uue of water,'  pi csn, brush or molHturo pad.  ���   .        JOHN BLANKY. Agent, Nolson, B. C.  BOARD   OF   HEALTH  REGULATIONS  For the Provention of the Spread of  Smallpox in the City of Nelson.  ftjrs. E. C. Clarke Propk  LATB OF THE BOTAL HOTOl,' OhUtARY  1���, - - . ��� ���....��� .., -. . ��� -  .������������ ___���  8V|adden House  , Baker and Wart  Bter atat'Nebwa  Canadian   customs   officers mwki smelting: capacity of the interior J  All poJiscngoro arriving At tho Oily of Nolson  from all point* oast of the Kootonay Rivor will  bo required to furnish tho inspector or olllcor in  churgoof thocairyliiK out of tlieuo regulations  -wilh acorMHcjitofioiii tho health olllcer of tho  l city or town fiom which ho or uho hail loft, con-  I lulning tho follow Iuk partlciilura:  1. (a) That ho or uho has not been Iu any placo  [ or building infected with mimllpox.  (b) That ho 01 fIio Iioh not lived in any pluco  or building which lien riangorously near any infected building or district.  (c) That he or sho has boon successfully vac-  -ciiiatca ninco January, 1901.  2. If tlie mspuctor bello\es that any person in  infected, or that his or hor clothing or other  effects contain infection the inspoctonshall detain such porson und his or her clothing and eil'ects  asaforctaid, until tho pcrio<l of incubation iii ovor,  and such porson and his or her clothing and othor  ctfcctH shall be at once disinfected.  3 If ho only suspects that any porson on boaid,  or tho eil'ects of any such pei son havo boon ex-  Koaed lo infection, ho shall-notify^ Iho modical  ealth olllcer of tho locality to which tho porson  is going to meet tho train or boat, and to keep tho  pcrdon theieaftcr under observation.  4. In the event of anj' passenger bringing any  baggage (hand or othorwjso) or whother tho -same  shall ho forward.od by. oxpress, the followi'jg  ccitiflcale ma} also be lequircd fiom the health  olllcer of the town or city aforesaid:  (a) That tho said baggago (hcio give a full  description of wild baggago ho that thero can ho  no question us to identilication) has not been in  any place or building infected wilh smallpox.  (b) That the Raid baggago has not boon stored  or used in any placo or building which lios danger on jly near lo any infected building or dis  tnct. '  a. All railway and steamboat companies must  strictly adheie lo the following regulations:  (a) All mail and baggago from poiu s abovo  mentioned destined for the Cily of Nolson, on or  beforo leaving tho Iabt point of call on Kootenay  Kivoi must furnish tho inspector or olllcer in  charge of the carrying out of theso legulations,  with a certificate from tho health nfllcor of buch  points where fumigation takes place that samo  has been done.  (b) All cars or steamboats on which havo  'been discovered  infected persons, baggage or  innil, will not be permitted to again convoy pns-  'sengers, baggago, etc:, into* the City of Nelson  until di'infcclcd and fumigated to the satisfaction of tho medical health olllcor of this' city.  (c) No'Indians shall bo allowed to land in the  City of Nelson under any conditions.  This proclamation goes into efl'ect Immediately.  JFKANK PliKTCHEK.-  Mayor of tho City of Nolson.  D. LA HAU,  Medical Health Officer,  , Nelson, B. C��� March 2nd, 1001,  Theonlj hotel ln Nelson fttukt. has remained  nder one mai '     '  The bed-root  by electricity.  under one manogomonti since KBf .**  The bed-rooms ore well farniaa ad and lighted  _ Tho bar la always stocked by'' uhe beet dm ���-  tlo and Imported liquors and a} {are.  THOMAfl MADD7 JN. Proiwieknr,  SLOCAN JUNCTif/N HOTEL  J. H, MoMANU8v)7��anagcr   fr  i  Bar stocked with beat b Mnds of wines, llanera,  aud Cigars. Beer on draught., Large nowfort-  able rooms.   VlrfiKJaw^ble ifa'A.   A   "      '  R. RE1STEREU '& CO^  BEKWEBB AND BOTtUEBa 0��     '     '  ; FINE LAGER BEER, *,LE ,  AND PORTER  ,.j      ,  ,  Prompt aiifl  deliverr tw  a tnUM-  Brewerv ^��t  Get. Our Prices/befope ,  .  pui 'chasing elsewhere;  'OFFICE: CORNER HAJLL AND FRONT STREETS."'       ������.T���.  FA( 3T0RY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STItEET WHARV/i  RrBums & Co,  -i  ���Head Op#1ob at  ' fNELSOW, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers;in Meats  Markets, at' Nelson,  Rosalaud  -��� 'Denver, 'Bevelatoke,' Ferguson  Vay, and) Vancouver.  )-Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir, / Sandon,  Silverton, Nej,  n" Grand" Porks, Grefmn ood, Oaacade City, Mid ���  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded)  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  t .   ���        AIiL KINDS,OF '���  ,  FRESH AND SALTED ME-AJS      '  WHOLHBALB AND RETAIL , .  /FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON ...  Baker Street, Nelson        E. C. TRAVES, Manager  WHOLESALE: TRADE  '  JERATEP AND MINERAL WATERS.  TiSORPK & CO., LIMITKD.*���Corner Vernon  and Cedar street?, NoIbou, manufacturers ���  at and wholesale dealers in sai-ated waters and  trait syrups.   Sole 'agonts for Halcyon Springs  mineral water. ��� Telepbono GO.        ,- * .    ,  ASSAYERS', SUPPLIES.1  W-F.' TKETZBL Sc CO.-Corner Baker and  ��� Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale deal  era ln M_.aa.yars supplies. Agents lor Donve  FiroClavCo. of Donvor,'Colorado. '    ���'  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS Sc CO.���Bakor streot, Nelson ,  ���   wholesalo    dealors   in   lienors,    olgars '  cement; Are brlok and flro clay, water pipetand  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  '      ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY KMCCTRIC" SUPPLY tc CON-  SI RUCTION COMPAN Y���Wholosalo deal-  ors ln telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc.,'Houston block, Nelson.'.    \ .,  .     ���, FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN-KER  MILLING   COMPANY  '  ���Cereals, Flour, Qrain,-Hay.  Straight) or    . .   _.... igli  mixed cars shipped to all  Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  .     ;  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  PI BURNS ft 'CO.���Baker  street.   Nelson,  ���   wholesalo dealers In fresh and oured meabs.  Cold storage^ .   ���-  -     GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD ft CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholesale grocers' and  Jobbers In blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maokinaws and miners' sundries.  -  OOTKNAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMI-  TKIV-Vernon   street), NelsOn,  wholesale i  grooers.-^ .   ^ -J.^,_.   .   _     _ '       _  !   TOHN CHOLDITCH ft CO.���Front) street), Nel-  I  J   son,    "   ���     "  wholesale grooers.  WORKS  A. R. BARROW, A.F..I.CEi,  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR     !  ���     Ocnw Victoria and KootifBM Sbteetor   _  Home G-rcwn  ���"'Yuil and Oi aama ntul Trow, Romo, Jflirubs-  Vines, Bulbs, Hud go Plants am! Seeds.  ICxtra choice stock �� t Peach, Apr'cot, PlumP  r.'jierry and Prune Trm is. Now ImportnAion of  ���fiIh^c^afl<^ lthododondi-aiiiM, iioses, Climatus, Bay  Trees. Hollies, etc. !    .'......   .   .  80,000 to choose from.'  No agents or commission ho pay. No tunilgnJion or inspection eharges, '  Gree nhouso plants, agricultural lmplomenta, fer-  tilisiesrs, bee supplies,   ofc.   Largest and  most>  completo stock in the pi oVince.   Sond for. cat- *  alog uo beforo placing you r orders,   Addreas  N[.J. HENRVr yancower, B. C.  Wtalte Labor Only.  RQSSC;4IND; BINailNBBRINa  ���cunliffb & McMillan -'  Founders and Machinists, Specialty of1 Ore Cars, Ore-Bin Doors and, Csnar.il Mining MacWnery.  ' List of second-* iand machinery on hand, whioh haa been thorougijy ovei hn��lod and 1? as good  M nL2MI. P. Locon lotivo-typo boiler, with engine attached and all flt'/ings, tx ady to turn on steam.  1 bl"x8" Double Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist, budt by Ingersoll Co.      <  1 Sinking Pumi i, >No. 6 Cameron. Now York. -    .  ,  1 Sinking Pm>v p, 10"x5"xI3". outside packed plunger pattern.     / , ^^ ...    Wa  -     Watch this dd< /erti^ement for further lists, or write ns before you buy Q >r complote llsD.   we  may have just *wH it you want. >        ���  Agenta.for Noj they.Pumps.   Stook carried.  "���n      _ri      nl���l  m r\ti A   ^      - *"  ,P., O.  Box\l 98.;  THIRD  AVENUE:,'   ROSSLAND.  STRACHAN  BROTHERS  PLUMBE K8.  PX,UMBINiiG_  All plumbing is not alike. ' jSee our goods.;  Same price as other <3ea lers apd^ ��  20 per cent Bettw r.  NBLSOIT.B.O  OPPOSITE POSVOFFIOB.  REILEf & BENOY  ;     SUCCBSK>RS,' TO H.'D^.ASHCROFT)    ;  BLACKSMITHS   AND   W BOfif  WORK^  EXPHRT HOR9B5HDEBIC.  Special attonWon gfvon to jl'ilclnds of repairing  cnstqni work from c.-Iai de points.   Heavy  to orderjin shot la- atioe.  Spi  ind i  boltflmai  P. J. RUS.SELL  Buyer and Bxpw4:w;of.,  RAW  FUiRa  Hleheat Prloes  Prompt Returns  Fair Assortment -  J,Y. GRIFFIN ft CO.-Front Btreet, Nolson,  ��� i wholosale   dealers   ln  provisions,   oureA  meats, butter aud oggs.  HABDWABE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H< BYERS ft CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine  ���   streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers ln,nard- ]  ware and mining supplies.    Agents for Giant  Powder Co.    .^ .         . -. ~i   ���.   T AWRKNCB,' HARDWARE > COMPANY  J-l  Baker St., Nolson, wholesale' dealors tn  hardware and mining supplios, and water aud -  plnmbers'supplies. ]        ,-  Lj;_i^  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  mURNER, BEETON ft CO.-Corner Vernon  J- and-Josephine streets. Nelson,. wholosalo  dealers ln liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  tor, Pabet Brewing Co. of Milwaukee,and^Cal,  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  ,       POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER  COMPANY-Baker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  " ' lalersIn oapa and ruse, and eleotrlo  ''Il  VI  wholosale dealers'  blasting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.  KTBLSON SAW AND-PLANING MILLS,  Vi LIMITKD���Corner Front) and Ball streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale doalers  ln sash and doors] all kinds of factory work mode  to order.       .  i-   -     '��� '  ._  WINES AND CIGARS.  /California ' wine company,  limi-  \J TED���Corner Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in'wines (case and bulk,  and domentle and (mvorfnA olsrars.  ANTI-CHINESE BESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a regular  meeting hold on Saturday evening, Decnmber-  anaTlDOO. all members of Nolson Miners'Union  No. iX>. W. F. M��� are requebtod to use ovory  legitimate means  To Discourage the Employment or  -  Patronizing of Chinese  diroctly or indirectly*.  -    '   "       ' Mni  ���������, .   All union mon and others  whobeiiove in making this a white man's coup-  ,  ' try;'are requested to co-oporate in giving effect to ���  the;aforesaid re^^,^ o^, ^nioNi  Nelson;Decembor*22nd. ��� r     ;   '      ���  The abovo resolution has been endorsed bv the .  Trades and Labor Council.of  Nelson, and all.  union men, and others. in sympathy with it, are  rcauested to govern  themselves   accordingly..  :    .:,;���.. ��'..--/- By order, ,=  TRADES ft LABOR CpUNeiL OF NELSON  Nelaon, Doceniber 22hd. _______________  Ship by Express. jSTSZjSCitN/ B. Aj.  ABCHITE0TS.  ���CiWART ft CARRIE-Archlteote. ^Hopnia  3at ��d4 s AboHl��n blook. Bakar gteeet, Nelsoo. ���j  ..  Wg$  l\i��j J^-ti'j.Aj___ztL iKlL^kS. ��    ,'"   >-<.A~jS';   '  ���THE TRlBtf^EiNELSOK RrC. M OtfDAY mIkGH 1 190i  -~��� ���**  --������^  ������-���"-:���  S3?  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid np.l..$12|��)0.000.00  BEST    7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  bowl Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hou. Goorgo A. Drununond ..;".. .Vice-President  & S. Clouaton .'.... .General Managor  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Baker aud Kootenay Streets.  A, H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  UranohCB In London (England)-Nkw York.  Chicago, and all tho principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  '.Transfers.  Grunt Commercial'and Travelers' Credits,  ���availablo in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado, Eto. -  Savings Bank Branch  CURRKNT RATE OF INTEREST PAID..  BROW'S WEST COAL FIELDS  Why Hill Shouldn't Control. -  The following interesting correspondence appears in the Phoenix  ^Pioneer- of the 2nd instant: -  ' The difficulties experienced by  tthe British Columbia smelters- in  ���obtaining adequate supplies of coke  hy reason of the contracts entered  into .by the.... coal company with  American smelters, are known to  you and need no enlargement here,  jfenflice it to say that if such conditions were possible under the control of the mines by Canadians, is  it not likely that these difficulties  will continue in a much more aggravated form" with the' coal mines iu  possession of Americans, whose direct and,- personal ��� interests 'are jn  . the advancement of ' the- American*  ��� smelting trust.    It is notf and can-  , not be their intention that smelting  in British Columbia, sliould obtain  : a firm footing, aiid if they cannot  .stop it outright their play undoubt-  ��� edly will be to allow it to.continue  under such conditions as the Ameri-  ��� can smelting trust'- may see fit to  .impose, and with- the control of-  'British Columbia coal fields, ou  \which the profitable operation v of  four smelters is ,. so entirely de-  ]j>ondent, it strikes me that unless  \we are able to control- them the  (situation is absolutely, in their  lhands. J _  SttuLt-the control of the'coal lands  has passed.into the hands" of Mr.  .Hill, Mc .Morgan    and   associates  seems to be "beyond question, and  though I suppose the_nominal control and management will still re-  . main as at present,  I predict tliat  it will only be so until such time as  .they, are able "by the constructing  �� of a line froin the mines to connect  \with the Great Northern "system, to  H-o command the situation as to tell,  ' ffihe people of British Columbia to,  gtP tbo the deviL J The motive power  dir��ao^g the Toronto* Globe's -attack lis apparent,   and   for -.your  clearer- \u��derstanding! pf the situa-v  . tion I wfttt relate a few* facts in con?1  , nectiou wiihttho Crow's Nest Coal  i Company," Uho .-acquisition' of the-  l B.  C. Southern ^charter   and'  the  liiual construction.qf tthe road.  .���Some   eight or -t^n years ago a  dkmtev was' obtained -by-(colonel  Baker,,   who "was -at "that, time' a  member <tf the provincial house, for  ���irline^from^ihe-eastern-boundary-  of British Columbia to the,coast..  This charter carried with-' it a certain land subsidy, which included  250,000 acres of coal lands which,  at the time of the granting of the  -charter, was set aside as a-portion  / of the. land to bo .granted in ac-  , cordance with tlie  subsidy". -This  " charter was   hawked   pretty well  . over the world to everybody ex-  . cept the 0. P. E.   Years -passed on,  ; and it became necessary, in its plan  i of development, for the C. P. R. to  r open up Southern British Columbia.  '.They found   they would  have to  (deal with the'then holders of the  ( charter, who happened to be Rob-  cert Jaffray, president of the Toronto'  *ftetofi, and George A:vCox of Toronto, Who is also ^interested in the  Globe.   Part of the undertaking bf  these gentlemen, whereby they surrendered "the. charter .for the construction of the-line, was-that the  British Columbia Southern should  transfer "to" the "Crow's "Nest Coal  ��� Company-'the entire coal area, 250,-  ���000 acres, aforementioned. The  government 'of Canada, however,  modified this to this extent, that  the British Columbia Southern was  . to convey to the Dominion of Canada 50,000-acres of coal lands to be  ��� held by the Dominion in trust, and  not dealt with as long as the coal  i company operated their mines and  ��� sold their - coal at a maximum figure named by the government.  In addition to this, the British  ' Columbia Southern Company stipulated that if this 50,000 acres  were  necessary in the interests of rthe  company, it was equally necessary  that the. railway company should  , lie protected} and therefore it ,was  /agreed'thatT of this 250,000 acres  the   British.;   Columbia:   Southern  -.Oompany should retain six sections,  3810 acres; these six sections to be  selected  aud   taken lip after  the  Dominion had  selected its 50,000  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  wrrn wmen is amatxsamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  "    HEAD OFFICE:'TORONTO.    '  Paid-up Capital,       -  ��� -     -     $8,000,000  Reserve Fund,      -     -     -     -; $2,000,000  ACGREGATE RESOURCES OYER $05,000,000.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President.  Robt. Kilgoiir,  Vice-President.  London Offloe, 60 Lombard Street, B. O.  Hew York  Offloe, 18   Exchange   Place.  * and 6*3 Branches In Canada and tho  Vnltcd States..  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed-on' deposits.-.Present rate  Uu-oo por cent.   ".  _ .  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  acres, and simultaneously with the  selection by the Crow's Nest Coal  Company of. a similar six sections.  Time went' on, the. mines- were  opened "' up; the British Columbia  smelters commenced to operate, the  coke ovens' were built, coke supplied and" everything going swimmingly. Time came during the  mining strike in "West Kootenay  when it'became impossible to" con-;  tinue to operate tlie smelters, which  were necessarily closed 'down,' and  the coal company advised, .that,- no  further coke would be required for  the present. This advice was con-/  sidered sufficient -justification fori  the coal company entering into  a contract with American smelters,  for three 'months, I think (though  of 'this date I am not absolutely  certain), for the entire coke output  of the mines.  Before the' expiration of' that1  contract, 'the ;smelters in- British'  Columbia started up,- 'and the coal  company had ' great' difficulty % in  meeting the requirements; so much  sb.'iii fact, that to relievip the situation, the C.TP.R., which.had a contract with, the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal Company for "steam coal for  use": on the. British Columbia  Southern * railway'' and on - the  Kootenay steamers were unable Jk>  obtain" it, and had to purchase"  their "coal, and are today .purchasing'  their coal for this section at. Leth-  bridge, paying at those mines "50  cents a ton more than they "were  bound to under their contract with  tho Crow's Nest, * carried it sight  west past the Crow's-��� Nest mines,  and 'delivered it on board ��he  Kootenay steainers. ,,  In the face of all this "'and after  the expiration of -the contract entered into by the coal company  with the American smelters, that  company entered into * another contract with the American'- smelters  to supply them - with several hundred tons of coke per day. They  could not meet the requirements of  both markets,-and had the C.P.-R.  sat down tamely and' accepted the  situation, with-its danger to the"  smelting industry of British Columbia, that company would have been  the subject of the hardest criticism.  They protested against it and what  followed? The virulent attacks o��,  the Globe,' which 'cited in their  charges' only incidents of years'gohe  by, all of which were 'threshed "but j  and settled by the railway commission years ago. They established  no new cause for complaint against  the company, and conveyed to the  minds of those in the east, and  those in British, Columbia;', who  understood" the situation, the' one  and true impression, that the Globe  had for the first time inits history  been prostituted to individual ends.  It is -< enough to .make honest old  George Brown turn in his grave.1 '  Mr. Hill will not build any lines  east and 'west through British  Columbia. What he .would be  tempted -,to do, and what he is  doubtless striving to do, is to-run  spurs from his main line to such  points in' 'British Columbia as  appear to be the best producing  sections. In this way he can 'tap  and take out of the province for  treatment at the smelters along his  own main line all the ores of British  Columbia without expensive opera  tion, and without adequate return  to Canada for the benefits he would  derive from our country.  1PEBIAL BANK  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital        -      -      $2,500,000  Rest       -       -      -    $1,725,000  H. S.:HOWI,AND.......... .*. f... ..V.. .President.  D: 11.* W1LKIK..~.....:....::e.. .Oeneral Manager.  K. HAY .Inspector.  ���SAVINCS   BANK   DEPARTMEMT.  TIIK"CURRENT   HATK   OV   INTEREST   AI.I.OWKD.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.      ,   .'  ,,. c   .      .   J. M. .LAY, Manager.  at the same time. The moment he  'reached-his office a man-of-war. ran  foul in the bay, and Mr. Fife being  expert in ' nautical' affairs, was  straightway-, assigned to cover the  story-in a steam launch, .remaining  out in a' driving rain *- all day, and  called upon' to write up -a society  event on 'his return. . In that time  he wrote:in all 17,000- words. -An  editoron'one-of the evening :yel-,  lows, as another instance, on leaving for a month's ��� vacation, .was  asked, by the.proprietor to ..-write  enough editorials to last the month.  He accordingly dictated 36 in a,  single morning. -. -        -       i  These papers' are' constantly  calling on their men-for. deeds that  on Park Row are now > regarded as  commonplace, so frequently, are'  they accomplished, 'but to others,  they might 'seem' fanciful/ and  romantic. 'Ike White,' the World's  star reporter, who rose to fame, by  discovering the identity of Norcross,  the would-be murderer of, Russell,  Sage, was, for example, summoned  from a warm, bed one wintry night  by a,telegram that bade him report  at the "office immediately'for a'trip  to Alaska. He obeyed mechanically,  and was shown a paragraph printed  in the World some days before. ,It'  related to the discovery of a beautiful (white child by an English "correspondent while traveling'. over*  ���the .Canadian Pacific, r, The/.story  saidt the child was held in bondage*  by a tribe of Indians. > The, World  reprinted it from a London paper,  and,'when half a dozen persons had  inquired in'letters why. the World  didi not rescue -the beautiful girl  destined to become the slave e of a  savage chief, Mr. Pulitzer, decided,  to make the attempt. Whitetook  thejmidriiglit train, and as the location was vague, wandered about for  a-week or more in the snow-covered  steppes of Canada before he. ran  down, his quarry. Greatly, to his  and the paper's - disappointment',  however, he found the child an  illegitimate' half-breed, who the  nearest' Catholic ,priest,' said .had  been born in the tribe, and who was  perfectly contented with her .lot,  refusing to be rescued. ��� The enterprise that promised such unlimited  advertisement thus turned out to'  be a fiasco.   *-���..    . -4     ,���. _���,<-- ,'  Ward Bros.  ���^reaLestate^anq. ���  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable.Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Ofllco on Bakor Street, west of Stanley Street  .    NKLSON.      .  '    .  PACE OF YELLOW JOURNALS.  All hands on a yellow journal are  driven at a desperate pace, and little wonder that mistakes are made,  writes Allen Sangree in Ainslee's.  The marvel is that there are not  more. I know of one reporter on  the Evening Journal, George B.  Fife, who worked 39 hours continuously without sleep. On arriving  at the office at 4 a.m., he was set to  rewriting from the morning paper  and taking down stories as they  came oyer the telephone.  At 1 o'clock he was ordered to  Philadelphia, where he wrote two  colums and wired it back for the  next morning's paper, and at the  same-time received:'a;_;message to  have two raore: columns ready tor  the evening, paper. The latter he  wrote'in' the baggage car coming  home by the dim light of a single  lantern and sitting on a milk can.  An artist with him made pictures  ?-^ ^^ ^"^ T&T&> ��� C^7^ ' ��=>' c^> * <=>��� d' (=?��� c=?' c=>  ^ �� ���^^�� ���^>^�� %^��^> ���^>%^ ^>��=^ ^Z^-Z ^=_&^ ^4  ESTABLISHED IN NELSON IN 1890  ����������%;  GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARS  :     <  Jacob Dover, The Jeweler, Nelson, B; C.  iyM^^^  Sill  V-ftfr  mi  mi,  *~&l?  ���sassy  m  PRICE LIST OF WATCHES AND MOVEMENT8  ir^z+tn:  ,���  i&x>.i$>ft '.yf&.��A-iw^i  ��� * ��� /      *��� 'i*J  Iflfl  Vanguard Movement and Imperial 30-Year. Filled Case. .$37  Crescent St., 21 Jewels, Imperial 30-Year Filled Case... .28  P. S. Bartlett Movement, 17'Jewel Nickle Case $ 8.76    ���  Appleton Tracy Movement; 17-Jewel Silver Case,-���  20.00 :r ���  ��  '���,/., q      ���  We handle all,kinds of Watches and Jewelry, and selPthem to compete'with;Eastern' Prices.^    >}V s\ -/9ffi}tl  Our Watchmaking and Jewelry department has no equal in Kootenay.   Mail orders receive prompt and careful attention.' * ��*  C.-P. R. Watch Inspector.   Time received evgry morning from Montreal by direct wire.  ^_ ���^^���'     m7AM  A)l: < s^M  ^���fS0m  y&'MSX*rJ.l_.  sees  Compound  Syrup .>.  OF WHITE PIN! AND TAR  WILL CURE YOUR COLD.  ({emerriber iho new stand   at Corner of Ward  and Baker Streets.  COME AND SEE  US.  i> . '  Canada Dnigl Book Co.  Limited.  Ai  FULL UNE OF  Front���- Doors ,. S,  Inside Doors  "' Screen:Doors  r ^.   Windows'    ' '    '  Inside Finish  local and coast. ,.   -  Flooring  '     ' a    "       Ideal and'ooasti. -    w  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber ���.  Ot all kinds. >  W WHAT TOD WANT IS'NOT IN BTOOS  WK Wilt MASK IT FOB YOU  - ' GALL AND OAT PRICES, * i  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND UKE BTBBKTB. NStMON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF* "       ���'     -  .HHNDRYX AND VERNON. BTRKETS  NELSON LICENCE' DISTRICT.  Notieo Is hereby civen that David Church ot  Erie haa made apollcation under tho provisions  of; the "Liquor Licence Aot, 1900," for ��� an hotel  licence for the - B, C. Hotel at Mrie, and that a  meeting of tho Board of Licence Commissioners  will be hold to consider such application at the  court boiutt, nt the city ot Nelaon, on Thursday,  the fourtoonl h day of March, l'JOl at the hour of  eleven o'olock in tho forenoon. '  AV. H. BOLLOCK-WEBSTER  Chief Licence Inspector.  Chief Constable's Ofllco; Nclaon;.B. C.  ���27th February,' 1901. .    . .    ���_  KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL   S0CIBTY.  7 ..      ��� -- t  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.  In accordance *wilh<tho bylaws of .tho ^ Society,  tho annual general mooting will be held in the  Board of Trade room on Tuesday, March l'2tb, at  3o'clock pin.  All annual subscribers of the sum of $10 are  members of tho Society und eligible to .take part  in the election of directors for tho ensuing year.  NOTICE OF CHANGE OF TITLE.  Notice is hereby, given that at the annual meeting of the Kootenay Lake General Hospital  Society a resolution will bo moved a��klng the  lioutonant-govornor-ln- council to grant a change  of title from'The Kootonay Lake General Hos-  ��ital 3ociety" to ."ThoiNolson General Hospital  ociety."  F. W. SWANNELL, Secretary.  DISSOLUTION   OP PARTNERSHIP.  Notieo Is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore existing between It. B. Riloy and T. C.  Benoy, who carried; on business under the llrm  name of Reiley & Benoy, has this day been dissolved by mutual content. Tho business will be  continued by R. B. Reiley, to whom all accounts  due the firm of Roiley & Bonoy aro payable, and  who will t>ny all outstanding Indebtedness of said  firm.       ,  (Signed)      '���-:���   ROBT. B^REILEY  T. C. BENOY  Witnesses, A. Larsen, Jno. Tomploton  Nelson. B.C., February 28th, 1901.  Roughand  Dressed  Lumber-  Shingles '  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StooK>    .  We carry a complete stock of  Ooast Flooring, Ceiling, InBide Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention. ��� - ���, n ,< . .  i - ���  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  H. E. T. HAULTAIN, G. E.  MINING  ENGINEER  OFFIOE-8. 9, 10,  K.-W.G. Block  NELSON  ESTATE OF FRANK S. CAMPBELL.  In the matter of the Estate of Frank S. Camp-  * bell,1 late ot the City of; Nolson in the Provinco  ot British Columbia, deceased.  ! Notice is hereby glvon, pursuant td tho'Trus-  tees and Exocutorij Act".-,of the revised statutes  of tho.Provinco of British'.-,Golumbla, 1897,' Cap.  187, to all creditors and' others having claims  against the estate of tho said Frank 8. Campbell,  who died on or about tho 23rd day of December,  A. D. 1900, to send by post prepaid or delivered  to Messrs. Galliher & Wilson of the said city ot  Nelson, solicitors foi Glenn M. Bonny, the administrator of the personal ostato .and eiFects of the  said deceased, or to Lhe said Glenn M, Benny of  the town of Sirdar in the pro viuca of-British  Columbia, their. Christian and surnames, addresses, descriptions und full particulars of their  claims, statomont of their accounts .and the nature of tho security, it any, hold by 'thorn, on or  before the 1st day of April, A. D. 11)01.    vi  And further take notice that aftor such last-  mentioned date tho said administrator-will proceed to distribute the assets -of the deceased to  the parties entitled thereto,, having regard only  to the claims of which he shall then have notice  The said administrator will not bo liablo for tho  raid assets or any part thereof to any person or  Eersons of whose claims notice shall not have  een received by. him at tlio time of such distribution. ���'���  GALLIHER & WILSON;  Solicitors for  Glonn M. Bonny, administrator  for Frank S. Campbell, deceased  Dated this 26th day ot February, 1901.  $SOQ inr-'Pttzps:  j ^~^ ��*************&*  The census of Canada will'-be taken in April, and.the pop-   v  ulation of the several incorporated "cities will be known a short  time, afterwards., The Tribune  publishes Daily and .Weekly-  editions at the following rates of subscription by mail: Weekly,  one year $2;1 Daily, six months, $2.50; one year, $5. - The Daily  as delivered in Nelson by carrier at the following" rates: 'Three *  months, $2.50;"six months, $5; one year, $10.A,'A largVnumber .  of subscribers are.in arrears, and a large .number of subscriptions,  are about to expire, besides a'large.niimber of people in Kootenay  and Yale are about to renew subscriptions for newspapers for the  '"��� year.   In order to make it an object for all these people to pat-   .  ronize The1 Tribune, tlie following sums are offered as prizes, on"  the following conditions:  Nelson   Rossland I...  Kaslo;:,   sandon r.:r.  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XTBLSON MINERS-UNION N(  A~ M.���Meets ln miners' union  east oorner Victoria and Kootonaj  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock,   visiting mem/ , M  bers welcome. "M.R. Mo watt,'President. Jams ���>"%.i*SL %[m  _ Wilkes,, Seoretary. Union Scaia of WA0M^Jf5.- \S*S  'I fob Nblson DiBTRioiv-Per shlftT" machin��^tx<ir>S%  men, f 3.50: hammersmen minors, 13.25; muckers. 77i<A iyX-~,%  carmen, shovolers and other underground labor- x.% 'y7x,s3  ers,',|3.00.r   3--, _  ��  t�� -" '" -^  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIU-  lar meetings of the Nelson Trades t���-���,��� ���*,..���  /Councilvwill beheld in the miners' union hall,^<.^<���-&?,  C. 'P. B. building, corner Baker and Btanley^     ?? , J-1  streots, on the lirst and third Thursday of each jaj'^ ^  month, at 8 p, m.   C. J. Clayton,'" President. '���''��� ^4^  A. T. Curie, Secretary.     --    -     '.    ',' ,        j.   ��� - ^Vf-t^1  ���= ; ; ���=���'���     ''. ^1 iW$  THE regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union X;   *X.7sfv��&_  -aro heldJon Wednesday.evening;of each  f-t-.^mi  week, at 7 o'clook, in the Miners' Union hall cov-yy,^%  nor Victoria  and   Kootenay streets.- Charles^-,tvv-,3|  Clayton, President.   John MeLeod, Seoretary. ft X i^^aSgPl  f-BARBERS'UNION.-NelsonUnion,No. 196.of , A~1!&m\  TRADES   UNIONS.  W.'&e  ���** " the InternatlonalJourneymen^ Barber s Un- ' *|f��i  ion of America^ meets every flrst and third Mon-^-ij _"��"��'  day of each month in Minor's Union Hall, corner >^>tJ,i>l3^  ��� teotlve Unions No. 8121. A. F. of L,, meets in >t*!;f ' "����0$  Miners'; Union hall, C. P. R. block, corner ot'u* ��*2s����_i  Iiaker, and Stanley stroets, every Monday evening \- <-- ',-&> VfJ  at 730[p.m: sharp.-Vlsitlng members of theAmeriv-i^'Mfs��  canrFederatiorkcordiafiy..invited to,attend/*������**'<���<"**!  A. J. Curie, President. . John Roberts," ro-'  cording secretary. - . -'   -~ ,   * * "      ^,'*   A" W  NELSON PAINTERSrUNION-The<regular'ri^ ;f  mooting of the  Painters'  Union ,1s t hold _    f*x*  Xr  ,tho flrst and third Fridays in each month at Min-    <��� .;' y&  ers' Union hall at 7:30 sharp- ~J. H. MOlward,  '- ;f  President; Will J. Hatch, Secretary.  Wx  COOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION���Rogular- Ai ^1  meetings - every Tuesday evening at 8.30. r'\r ���'*  o'clock, in Miners'Union.Hall, oorner ofoCaker^ ';-,  and Stanloy streets. Visting brethren cordially - , .  Invited. Chris. Lnft, president; H.^Smolser, fln-^^ . **'$X*l  ancial and 1 ocording secretary.        "i-_       \  <,-. .   '_.   i~>|  ������- -v.*>i'l  PLASTERERS' UNION���The'O. P. I. A. No.v  -172. meets every Monday evening In the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley streots. at  * o'clock. - J.. D.  Mover,   -president; William  Vice, secretary, P. O. Box 610. _    '..,".  m  A  FRATEUNAL   SOCIETIES.   ,.  NBLSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. * A; M  Meets seoond Wednesday ln eaoh month.  Sojourning brethren invited. ���,.^ _.,;,-,  ���'"Il  If  m/i:  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge, No '  , 25, Knights ot Pythias, meets ln L O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootonay streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, visiting Knight*  oordlally invited to attend. H. M. VincentC. C.  A. T. Park, K.,of R. Sc S.    .   '   ��� ����� /  r   ,    ^  0OTENA.Y   TKNT  NO. 7,  K. O.'^t: M.���'"  Hold their regular meetings on the first and  third Thursdays of each month.   Visiting Sir  Knights are cordially invited to attend,   u. A.  Brown7RrK.;-AT\V���Purdy.-Com.; RrJ. Steel.-^-  D. S. C. r __J   NELSON L. O. L, No. 1692. meets ln L O. O. V. .  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay-streets,.  1st and 8rd Friday ot eaoh month.   Visit lug  brethem oordlally Invited.   W. W. Bradley, W  M; A. Minty. Recording-Secretary.  :.,a..'|-i  -MM  MORRISON & CALDWELL  GROCERIES  AND  PROVISIONS  OUR LEADERS- ;  The well-known Newdale (Creamery Butter  In all sized packages andi 1-pwund bricks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured CanadBan Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Branct Tea, Coffee and Spices  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Street, Nelson  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Geo. H. Lammriib, J. R. Cranston, or to  any person 01- persons to whom he may have  traiiHfoned lils interest ln the HarvoyJoy  minoral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson  j Mining Division.  You aro horoby notified that I have expended  Ono Hundred Dollars in labor and improvements  upon tho above mentionod minoral claim, lu  order to hold Raid mineral'claim under'tho  provisions of the Mineral Act, and If within  ninety days from tho dato ot this notice you fall  or roiuso to contribute .your proportion of such  expondlturo, together with all costs of advertising, your Interestin said claim will becomo the  properly of tho subscriber, under section four of  an Act entitled "An Act to Amend tho Mineral  Act. 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December, 1900.  .NOTICE;TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  -To T. A. Stevenson, or to any person or'persons to whom he may have transferred hW  interestin tho Lila mineral claim, at Morn  ing Mountain. Nolson Mining Division:  You aro hereby notified that 1 have expended  tho sum of Ono Hundred and Fif ty-Se.von Dollars  in labor and improvements   upon   the above  mentioned mineral claim, in order to hold-said  mineral claim  under tho. provisions t of'the  Mineral Act, and if within ninety days from the  dato of this notice you fail or refuse to contribute  your proportion of. such .expenditure, together  witli all costs of advertising, your interest in paid  claim will becomo tho property of the subscriber,  under section four of an Act entitled "An Aot to  Amend tho Minoral Act, 1900." >    <  DANIEL  HERB.  Datod this 12th day of Fobruary, 1901.-.   ��� X  Notice of Application to Transfer a  .;.   License.  Notice Is hereby glvon that I intend to apply at  tho noxt sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners of the City of Nelson tor" permission  to transfer, my retail liquor license for the premises situate on the south end of Lot 1, Block 6, In  thO Clf "'"   " ���--������� ������ ��o tkA MnnKi'ltAII  saloon  Dated at Nelsou, B. C, this 15th day of February, 1901. t .. : -      ...  Witness: Arthur K. Vauoiia*n,  Mffsijd.  Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate ln vocal and Instrumental muaio. is now prepared to receive  pupils for instruction in voice qulturo, Italian  method, also piano and organ. ���."..!.:     ..:.;*,  For tonne and further partloulara apply room  5, A. Maodonald building, oorner Joeephino and'  vernonlatreetii THE TRIBUTE: NELSON B C. MONDAY MARCH 4, 1901
Assayers Supplies
We carry in stock a full line of Assayers' and Chemists'
Supplies. The quality of our goods cannot be excelled
and our prices are  reasonable.===——~ ~~    ■=
We are British Columbia Agents for—■ i  i*
THE DENVER FIRE CLAY COSS GOODE
WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES
SMITH <& THOMPSON'S BALANCES
BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS
W. F. TElfZEL & CO.
■VIOTOBJA  BLOCK NELSON,   B. O.
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THE
Mansfield Manufacturing Go.
NELSON, B. C.
Builders and
Contractors
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Having: taken.over the business of the. West Kootenay Brick &
Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg' to ask for a continuance
of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My
aim will be at all times to supply you-with our products at lowest
possible prices. Being: iri 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 products at reasonable rates. ' x ,   -
Wo 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. "" - _      . S     .
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Builders.
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are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and
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CHEESE
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' JPerEapsVyou did not know,
but we want you ;to_ learn
"now and remember, that
. we „make  a'  feature   of
cheese of all* kinds.
. MacLaren's Imperial In all Sizes.
MacLaren's Roquefort.
Imported Swiss.
Also the Finest Canadian Cream.
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KIRKPATRICK & WILSON
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The Leading Grocers.
~~ K-W-0 Bakep Street
;" Telephone IO
The Nelson Clothing House
.. Great Slaughter Sale..
FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE
NEXT THIRTY DAYS.
•~ '        In order to mako room for Sprite Goo Ih, 1 havo decided to noil for tho noxt thirtydays all
««~i« i„ it«nk iTt L-raulv reduced prices.   All heavy goods away dowo, cost notconsidered, and in
• SiiVffi'ffillCiStKcBW anu »oo\h and Shoes I will givei from 10 to 25 por cent
; ' aiS^iiniand nil^ UubborTbofls at cost.   Now Ih the chance to; partake of tho best bargains over
' .,«wIn n!o Kootenays    My "took Is all new and up-to-dato and tho Halo s genuine, so now avail
JJ - ?oSrself oi'the! Ct 5ppSrtun?ty to get gooJ good 3 at' loss than wholosalo prlceH.   Remember thl8 Ih
£ ~ for only 30 days. *
L        J.  A.  CHLJCBR,  Proprietor.
MURALO
MURALO
As houseclean.ng will soon be the order•of thei daywe would
invite your attention to our stock of PAINTS and VARNISHES.
For kalsomining there is nothing that gives better satisfaction
than MURALO.   We have twenty-five shades to select from.
Ask for color card. ^^___>in_i——-li>lii_
Lawrence Hardware Co.
BEAUTIFUL  GRAVUBES  AND  ETCHINGS
of Landscapes and other scones, Free with every purchase
ot two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.
Houston Block
Telephone 161.
p. oT Box 17*.
JOAN i IRVING & CO.
CITY LOCAL NEWS
Dr. Stoddard, who has been confined at the general hospital for the
past few days, is rapidly, recovering
aud will be about in a day or two.
"^ The recent thaw has again put
the west end of Baker street into ft
very niudldy condition and traffic ia
greiitly hampered. The .street is
beingpaved with a heavy ..coat of
cinders for the present, but.later it
will be planked.
George Emory, who is at present
serving a sentence of six months at
tho provincial .id.il on tho charge of
theft will tomorrow bo brought
before magistrate Crea9e, and
charged with obtaining a check for
$58 from the Hall Mines Smelter
Company under false pretenses.
"^ Mrs. M. L. Rattray, who is now
conducting the Nelson Business College in the Victoria Block, will today move to the Broken Hill block
at the corner of Baker and Ward
streets. The new, rooms are more
commodious and are much more
satisfactory than the present ones.
N The new cottage annex of. the
general'hospital is now in'use by
the management and it is giving
the best of satisfaction. The wards
of the main building are full and
two patients are now confined in
the new building. There is still
accommodation for six more patients.
It is reported here that more
active development work has been
resumed at the' Poorman mine and
that on Saturday the staff was
considerably increased. For".some
time past little or no. development
has been done and the work has
been expended in stoping and^
removing the~ore. '   "
The long line of track which was
laid at the new yards of the C. P. R.
has'not been ballasted, but will be
shortly. The steam shovel is now
undergoing repairs and when completed, which will be1 ih a week or
so, the "work will be commenced.
The earthv and- gravel "to be used
will' be obtained "at Fifteen-mile
"Point. - ,■      "T."        " ''     7* V
There* are .now two vacancieVori
thestaff at tlie provincial jail, one
being "caused by 'the 'departure'of
turnkey George Partridge for South
-Africa'and the other by the- resignation of'C "Jarvis/ which "was-
handed iu on - Saturday. Captain
Fitzstubbs /has wired* the officials
at'Victoria concerning the matter,
and it is ; likely that "the/appointments will1 be made in a few days.
." Harry/Parkin,1" who "resides - at
the rear,of the Royal Bank of Canada, is. again . ih trouble with his
wife. On Saturday they got'intoa
row, and his wife went 'to Mr.
Crease, where she obtained a. warrant, for his. arrest. Parkin" was
locked up,about 10'o'clock Saturday night and" will come before
magistrate Crease for trial-at "ID
o'clock this morning. Not long ago
he was arrested on the same charge,
and his fine, it is said, was- paid by
his wife. -	
NECESSARY   PRECAUTIONS
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Taken Against Smallpox
- Owing to the fact that a number
of smallpox ' cases exist' in East
-Kootenay—the_city_=official9_have
taken timely steps and have placed
a rigid quarantine against that district. It is reported that there are
a number of cases at Fernie, one at
Moyie, and it was also'reported
that there, was one at Cranbrook
and one at Fort Steele. The districts surrounding these .points are
also said to be infected with the
disease.
The quarantine imposed by tlie
local officers is so complete that it
will be impossible for a passenger
from auy point in East Kootenay
who has been exposed to the plague
to gee into the city, and should
result inkeepingNelsonfreefrom it.„
The regulations that have been
issued are signed by mayor
Fletcher and; medical health officer
Dr. LaBau,. and recite that each
passenger from East Kootenay
must be provided with a certificate,
signed by the medical health officer
at the point from which they came,
to the effect that the party has not
been in ,the least way exposed^ to
disease and lias also complied with
the other regulations. If they do
not have credentials they will have
to return whence they came.
Dr. G. H.„ H. Symonds has been appointed quarantine inspector, and
on the arrival of the boats, both
from Kootenay Landing and Bonner's Ferry, he will see that all passengers before they leave the boats
are provided with the proper papers. Printed certificates have
been forwarded from here to all
the medical officers of East Koote1
nay. This will put passengers to
very little inconvenience, and it is
thought that the regulations will
be readily complied with.
Dr.. LaBau said yesterday that
every precaution would be; taken
and the restrictions that had" now
been taken would be carried out in
every respect. Last year, it cost
the city a large sum, and it is- intended, by making this early start,
to reduce the expenses to a comparatively small amount. ■'*.
When the, Kokanee from the
Landing and the International from
Bonner's Ferry arrived lit the city
wharf last .evening, they were at
once inspected by Dr. Symonds.'
Although there yeei-e a' largo 'number of passengers on board, only
one or two had come from East
Kootenay, and as they had been
warned of the quarantine against
them they were provided with
certificates. The passengers on th&
International were principally from
Kaslo,' and not knowing of the
quarantine they thought chief
Jarvis, who accompanied inspector
Symondf, was searching the boat
for an escaped prisoner. " "'-
NELSON MINES AND MINING
Last Week's Receipts at the Smelter,
Without any visible < Reasons being assigned,'the shipments to the
Hall Mines smelter during the past
week" were much smaller than those
previously received." The total shipments did not reach 500 tons, while
the week before they were nearly
800 tons.   Only "a   few properties
shipped, and<-they,were the princi:
pal mines of the district.' About 00
tons were received from the Kaslo
district,'the greater portion of this
coming from " the - American Boy.
It has been' two weeks1 since any
has'-been received from ~ that section. - Both tlie Arlington and the'
Queen Bess-of the Sloean made a
consignment of about 80, tons each,
while they generally ship about 100
tons.    From the Highland -mine at
Ainsworth-80 tons of concentrates
were "sent in.   The Trade Dollar;
••situated*, in* tKe^;-Sandon- district,
made   one   shipment 'ofr 22 jtonaJ
while the Black Prince, ori Springer.
creek, delivered one 'bar -containing
about 20'tons: - Tlie Hewett; of New
Denver, "made rajmuch larger shipment this week tlian it has done at
anyprevious time,-the .amount be-*
ing over 50-tons.^^--"
~ - One new property .waa- added- to'
the shipping -list during .the^week..
It" was the Sunset, group, situated
near Whitewater and- operated by
the Canadian Goldfields syndicate.
Although it" was its   initial shipment, -^the {iimouufrf-delivere.d^here"
was* over '20 toris.'-rTJhe Aext consignment, which will-be>>made in a'
week "or so, will:be larger.-'. About
100 tons of" iron ore--were?received
.from Cherry creek,/Kamloops.  . . -.
Athabasca Staff ^Increased.     ~
Nearly fifty miners' ■jvere, added'
to the working force", ofrthe Athabasca mine on Satnrday?;and work
is once more  being-pushed-1 with
great   'activity^  -Owing   to ^-the
mill .being shut down^during .the
fore part of February a-large", num-'-
ber of the men were,.laid off, but
now the staff numbers about eighty.
Manager Fell said that svork would
be carried'on as actively'as -it was"1
before the mill was shut down. The
property is looking >well and the
mineral deposit continues • to give
"good-"returns.—The^new-^cyamde-
plant has now been' in - operation
for the past two weeks and is( giving satisfaction. '  *'
Money for Smelters.
Henry Roy of Rossland, the managing director of the London "Consolidated Mining Company, who
has been at Montreal for- the <past
month, returned to Nelson on Saturday. Mr. Roy said that the money
market of the east was rather close-
as far as mining interests were concerned, but the capitalists' seemed
to be willing to invest their money,
in tlie erection of smelters. i- One of
Mr. Ray's missions to the east was
to form a company for tihe purpose
of erecting a smelter at Crawford
Bay and he said he met, with"]good
success. _____'
Iron Ore Mining Resumed. r
Work is to be started on the new.
iron ore property lately , purchased
by J. G. Devlin and "situated on the-
south side of the river ,just below"
Slocan Junction. Mr. J>evlin leaves
this morning, accompanied by ,four
miners for the property.' , The ledge
is so situated that very little work
is required .to mine the ore and
shipping to the Hall Mines smelter
will be resumed at; an, .early date.
For the present the ore will be
taken across the river on barges.
Return of Lieutenant Beer. •
Lieutenant G. - S. Beer, who has
been at Fort Steele for the past
three days recruiting,., men for the
South African (constjabulary, returned home last evening, lie said
that he was successful' in getting
twelve men, which brings the total
.number of volunteer's from the
Kootenays up to 00, Si going from
3EL   ZB~5riE~R,S  <fc  OO.
XTXOXjSOXT..,--:-   KASLO S^.ITI303Sr
STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES I
HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES
Sole Ageqts for tlie Original Cole's Hot Blast Cqai Heaters
8EE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION -
TELEPHONE R Store, Cornor Bakor and. Josephlno Stioet
Nelson and 14 from Rossland.
When he left the Nelson boys, who
are now on their way to Ottawa,
they were in good spirits and enjoying themselves.
Superintendent Downie Arrives.
William Downie of Vancouver,
lately superintendent of the Thompson and Cascade division, now
superintendent of the lines of the
Kootenays, successor to captain
Troup, arrived inthe city last evening and will take charge of his duties this morning. On his. arrival
he was met by a number of the local officials of the company and was
given a hearty welcome. The last
time Mr. Downie.was in Nelson was
in 1893, and he said last evening
that lie was surprised at the rapid
advancement the Queen City of the
Kootenays had made. At that
time the smaller towns which now
exist were not known, and Nelson,
as it were, was the only -town in
this district. ' Mr. Downie came
west from Toronto about. 15 years
ago and has been stationed ,at^ the
coast ever since. J
PERSONAL. 0    .--
„B. Logan of Dog Creek Js' registered at the Madden House.
. C. Pringle, a barrister of Green
wood, 18 in the city on legal hueineas.'
F.    P.   Ferguson   of . Franklin,
'Pennsjlvanla, arrived in Nelaon last "evening.
,W."R. Hogan'of Silverton and
George Hallett of Northport are at the Tremont.
- W. B. Law, the ticket agent of.
the C. P. R. at Rossland, ia in the citjr for^ a few
days."    ,      \    ,     ,     • "■•■•-"'., ^ i. -
', C.'Lightfoot of Vancouver and J.
'Southcott-*of Victoria are registered* at the
Hume.,        '     % '"     ' " .-—   .  -
'    W. G. Mackenzie of Hamilton, of
the firm of Wood, Vallanco $c~ Co., arrived in the
city yesterday.      .  .    .
George E.'Martin of Kaslo, F.*- P.-
Clark of Ymir and P. L. Nasmlth of Lethbridge
are at the Phair. ~ ''   ..
- S. Singer of- Vancouver, William
Cummings of-Ymir aud S.. J. -Richmond, of
Burton are'at the Queen's. "- ' ,.
;    BUSINESS  MENTION/; "''
Cellar to Rent—Apply The Royal
Bank of Canada. s __,
To let—Furnished rooms in Carney block. Apply Miss Garrett.     -   '"
Go to the Old Curiosity-Shop if
you want to buy or seU anything.    ,
Cash paid for scrap iron,- brass
jind copper.   Nelson Iron Works.
'   Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific
Transfer barn, on Vernon street. Telephone
call 35. " .  '     ,
For Rent.—Two fine offices centrally located., Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank
of Montreal.   , ~
Two large, well-furnished rooms1
to let. 1 and 5 Macdonald block, • corner Josephine and Vernon. * ~
Lost—A red pocketbook containing money; flO reward for Its return to-adjutant
McGUl, Salvation Army.
~^_JaiMin^Tea~of=alI-kind9-to4suit-
your taste. Sun Cured, Spider Leg. Pan Fired
in bulk or packages.   Kootenay Coffee Co.
Wanted—A few flrst-class stonemasons and stonecutters on tho Robson bridge.
Union wages paid. Apply at the work. 'John
Gunn. " -   —
For fresh candies, fruits, nuts, &c,
cigars and tobaccos of tho befit brands, call at tho'*
Bon Ton Confectionery, Baker street, Miss A.
UKlinkwltz.
•   Furnished Room to Let—Large
fror-t room to let; oontrally located. ApDly to M.
M. Fraser, Kast Victoria street, noar corner of
Hendryx. - . - -.
.Nelson    Employment     Agency,
Baker Btreet, J. H. Love. Wonted—Two, girls
for housowork in town. Help of all kinds
furnished. •
Found—A gold chain and locket.;
Owner can have same by proving property and
paying for this advertisement. Apply "Looket."
Tribuiio offlco.       '    '
, That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we
aro selling at thirty oonts per pound is giving
tlio best of satisfaction to our many customers.
Kootonay Coffoe Co.
For Sale—Barber shop, fruit and
news stand. Close to1 steamboat landing and
station Cheap. - Satisfactory reason for leaving.
Apply T. Pinnlche, barber, Nakusp, B. C.
Western Canadian Employment
Office—Male and female help of all kinds furnished free of chargo. Victoria street, noxt door
to Publio Library.   Phone270.   P.O. Box7U.
Copper, Copper, Copper. "Copper
mines and prospects wanted. 'Send samplos and
repoit to The Prospectors' Exchange. Room 4.
K-W-C Blook, Nelson, B. C. Phone 104. P. O.
box No. 700.
We. have Indian, Ceylon and
China Teas in groat variety, oholcest q'lality.
We make a specialty of blending teas and sell
Uiem in any quantity at lowest rates. Kootenay
Coffee Co.
Gold,   Gold,   Gold.  Free   milling
Kold mines and prospec s wanted. Send samples
and report to Andrew F. Rosenberger. Room 4,
K-W-C Block. Nelaon.   Telephone 104   P.O. box
No. 71)0. .     -
John Love, representing the Consolidated Stat'onery Company. Ltd , Winnipeg..
13 iu the city. He will bo In tho Kootenay, Slocan and Boundary districts for several weeks,,
during which time .his headquarters will be at
the Hotel Humo.
Wanted — A woman   who  can ,
take charge of general housework. Three
children. Good home for right person. Wages
«8 a month. Will pay half faro to Ferguson.
Write at once to R. P. PetUpleoe, Ferguson, B. C,
eora of Kaslo.
FREE! FREE!
" Commencing March 1st, and continuing for four days, .we
will give with every order, if requested, a fancy bottle of "Royal
Salad Dressing."   This is an entirely new dressing, and in qual-
*•*, (^
ity it surpasses any preparation that has ever, been introduced.
Equally as good for meats as for salads.
LEAVE YOUR  ORDER AND GET A BOTTLE.
WILLIAM HUNTER & COMPANY
GROCERIES AND CROCKERY.
BAKER STREET, NELSON.
K. \V. C. Block,
Ward Stroet.
.Telephone 254
THE PALM
j 'i
TEA   AND. COFFEE   PARLORS.
'i     This is tho place whore the ladles meet
To have their afternoon tea,
- This is the place where the people meet
To feuy their fruit and candy.
'   '• ' il   I -.
This is tho place where you want lo buy
Anything in our line,'
Wo guarantee fre3h goods and full weight
And your money s worth every time.
We are still pay Ing tho newspnpors to tell tho people that wo are. selling Stewart's, Lowney'd and
Gobong's Chocolate Bon  Bons.
Our Phone Number is 234.   You may use it all"-
you like.   Weaio pleased to have you ring us
up when an "order  is in sight.
The Palm
Spring
■ ■■
1        v-j       - i I
All the fashionable creations
in Spring and Summer wear
are included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irish
Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings
E. Skinner
NeolandV Building, Baker Street). , . _
FRED J. SQUIRE. Manager.	
ARTHUR   GEE
MERCHANT TAILOR.
TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.
WE HAVE
Improved    Incandescent
Mirror - Globe    -Lamps
Now    in'  Stock. .  They
,-; Improve   Electric " Light
, '  Fifty   per ~cent.- r.
KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY
& CONSTRUCTION CO. :
Nelson, B. C.
Large stock of high-class Imported goods, A
speolalty of the Bquare shoulder—the mart
fashion In coats.	
C.W.West&Co.
COAL!     WOOD!
Anthracite '^
Crow's Nest...".    j"'.'
Blairmoro,    ••••-..    a-'°
l
• DBLIVEBBID,
AGENTS, IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, LTD.
'No order can Jjo accepted ;unles8 accompanied
by cash.' ' *- -,
TELEPHONE 33.
Office:  Corner of Hall
and Baker Streeta.
THOMPSON & DOUGLAS
'  Victoria. Street.    .
PAINTERS
Decorators and
Paper Hangers.
If you want all the Mining   .
News of the Lardeau, you
must  become  a   paid-up   '-
reader of the
LARDEAU EAGLE
FERGUSON, B. C.
$2 per year. Jt fills the bill.
REMOVAL
The Gait Coal office has been
removed to the "Ward build- -
tag,   on   Baker  street—two '
doors we9t C. P. It. offices.
A full supply of Gait Coal
now on hand.
W. P. TIERNEY,
Telephone No. 205     General Agent.
REMOVAL
Dr. Morrison, Dentist, has removed to his
new offices in tho K-W-C blook. ,.
THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL
1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.
Boarding and Day School for Girls. Will re-
opon January 15th. Terms moderate. For term j
and prospectus apply to ,  -
MAPAMOISELLE KERN. Principal.
Dp. HaWkey
Has Removed to the *
TURNER-BOECKH BLOCK
Corner of Ward and Baker streets.
—  l T—; . ' '  '
The Cabinet Cigar Store
G. B* MATTHEW, Proprietor.
Headquarters < ft*.' *"
"CARAMEL" ;> POMlfaERY"
"SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD""
Bmoklng.and PlpM.
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