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 .    ���--__.*..-]__ x.. Jv ,*>.. c 5s?  �����1  s _- |  '"'����� I  DAILY. EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLAR8 A YEAR  NINTH YEAR.  - "-1"  WEEKLY EDITION , BY MAIL'  ����� -v in1- * - Jttb   V   ~l        :>u._  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR ,  ��'<  THE TRIBUNE: NELSONJB, C. SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901  * *"   _*i     ���*���     * *  PRICE FIVE CENTS,  FAR FROM  SATISFACTORY  RUSSIA'S ASSURANCES RE MANCHURIA DOUBTED.  England and America United to Prevent Czar's Encroachment���-Japan  Also Counted On. I  eon-  >to  attempt on the  ' "' London, March 9.���A crisis has  arisen   in < the far eastern   affairs  '   which'in the opinion of ^the British  government is  graver almost than  . tlio troubles which originally turned  the*eyes of -the world towards .the  ��� orient. In this crisis secret-negotiations are going 'on between the  United States and Great Britain  with a view to thwarting what  both  governments appear  .v   &ider a determined  part of the Russian government to  f plaht.herself permanently in one of  the richest tracts  of the Chinese  ^empire."~The conference held Wednesday    between   United    States  ' ambassador Choate and lord Lansdowne,   the-foreign v. secretary, has  * nothing to do with the Nicaraguan  < canal* affair.-'"To   quote   from 'a  British official:   "The Nicaraguan  controversy is,a minor matter- as  compared with''the present' situa-'  '���   - tion. "'What* Mr; Choate did was to  .- ^receive -from lord -Lansdowne: an  _ .'"important message declaring that  . .   England   was  not   satisfied   with  Russia's declaration regarding Man-,  v-g churiaW delivered" to" sir ^Charles  "Stewart*Scott, British ambassador  .'   'at'St."Petersbnrg,"by count'-Lams-'  - dbrff,"aud asking the United States  if they were prepared to take joint  -"actiou ��� of,-such - a *_ decisive' nature  ' -tliat Russia1'would' have no alternative but.to recede from',her pcsi-  tlon:,,,/'?**,-\ -,"^l'^r- '  ,.  ,; Almost, simultaneously, the As-  __   '-��� sociated;JPr��3s^ainder8tf��,nds^ t,the  * ' U*dit3&"-SEates"^g6vBrnment'in8truct-  .   ed the yariqus'ambassadbrs to" take  . similar steps.^, ,t The^ansvver. of .secre-  t\'.tary,Hay 'has Apparently ** not yet  . been'received in' London, 'although  the fact'that almost concurrent instructions were issued from ,Wash-  ' a ington is taken here to be of' sufficient guarantee that Russia's action  in Manchuria will.not be tolerated  in the .United States:   Japan is re-  lieduipon to'take a line in.harmony  o witli the United States and Great  -Britain:  ,   Germany, in spite of the ..Anglo-  - German -compact, is~ regarded   as  ���'-rather doubtful,' owing to   emperor  William's friendship for the Czar.  France will side with' her ally.  The significance pfthe present phase,  can only be appreciated -by those  coguizant with the lethargic' attitude ~,bf,-the British' government  ," hitherto regarding' Russian action  in China. ' Within the last few days  all this" has changed. What a week  or two ago was pronounced only in  ' line with Russia's usual policy is  now termed "a grave and serious  state of affairs."  .'" Lord Lansdowne is using every  effort to bring the powers into lino  iu order tb present to Russia such a  menacing front that without any  ambiguity regarding temporary or  other occupation she may give up  all designs upon Manchuria. What  prompts the' Biitish foreign' office  to take such an alarmist view of  circumstances usually looked upon  as fatalistic sequences is the apprehension that Russia having had her  own way iri spite of the protest of  the ministers of the powers to the  Chinese government and having  put herself on record in reply to sir  Charles Scott as determined on at  least a temporary occupation of  Manchuria will refuse tb back down.  That she musfr do so lord Lansdowne considers vital both for the,  future of China and for the con;  tinned existence of concert of the  the greatest secrecy and it was not  apparently without motive that a  special dispatch was allowed to go  from London erroneously announcing that the negotiations going on  between'Mr. Choate and lord Lansdowne related to the 'Nicaraguan  affair."        ' .   Kt" -   .  ' A, feeling pervades pinner circles^  here that if count Lamsdorff's ex-'  planation is accepted by the powers,  Russia will be accorded a free hand  to take all'she pleases and the door  will be., opened to.any other power  aggregragenenougn to step' in and  anuej,^^^feife??i;pvinees under the  ^ogeupation.  ��� ^ ASS ��� G��rman"  press believes^^^^^^i's assurances regarding Maw&lf ria ~ to sir  Charles Stewart Scott, British  ambassador in St. Petersburg, are  insincere and'intended to'blind 'the  world. . > *-      - ��� "  ',  -____^_____.       ,< -  Fumigating tbe Mails.  " J. R. Greenfield  of ' Vancouver^  assistant postmaster-general for the  province, ? arrived in.'the'- city last  evening for the purpose 6f~"co;oper-'  ating with  the local health officer,  Dr. La Ban, in making such arrangements as may be necessary for the  fumigation of the mails which come  from points albng,,the .Crpw's.Nest*  Pass which a'reinow infested jppith  smallpox.   Speaking of 'the matter  last evening, ,Mr. Greenfield said it  might   be   best   to   fumigate', the:  mail matter at Sirdar, which is a  small .station, east of .the landing.  Mr. 'Greenfield thought r<-th'e   local  officials had 'tione*wisely in placing  a rigid quarantine against anyplace  where,the disease prevailed."      [ .  7 -Tn speaking'of changing ithe mail,  route ^ffbm ^theiS.P.-&-N. to the*  Bonner's Ferry route,  Mr. Greenfield said the' question was at pres-'  .ent; being. considered by. the post-'  master-general.'. ,'��� He   said   if  the  change was' made the new service  would be moreJ expensive than Jthe  -present one.  THE TERMS OFFERED BOTHA  DEWET   AND  STEYN   EXCLUDED  FROM THE AMNESTY.     ;: \  Armistice Believed to Have Been Extended���Negotiations Brought,  <��� . '  ;  About by a Woman.  London,   March"' 8.���The' Daily  ,Chronicle, referring to the armistice at Pretoria says: .We learn that  the untiring agent in bringing about  the negotiations 'was Mrs. Botha,  who   was''deeply 'affected -hy the  hopeless plight of the,Boers and did.  her utmost to have her husband accept the British terms. < . " L  Unfortunately   the   meeting   of  February 27th was limited' to geiP  eral Botha's request tb know lord"  Kitchener's terms.   Lord Kitchener  replied that   a | general   amnesty  would be granted  to all - who, surrendered as well as^to all; prisoners'-  except those Cape:Putch|.who|being  'British* subjects1 haVe actively^^fd'-'  .rnented  Boer^^-resistance.    General'  ^Dewet.^and' Mr. Steyn" w;ere, how  ever expressly excluded from the  amnesty.^.         *  ,  �����{      ,,   ^, A  Lo/d Kitchener further -^promised  that' if' peace "were concluded tlTe  government would assist in rebuilding the farm houses and other building's ^destroyed ?/uridetv ^military  exigencies, woiildreinstate the lawful, owners and would help them  stock their farms:   Those.' guilty of  'acts bf treachery would be excluded  from the benefits. *        ^"  ' -js.**       fore the Texa&gajprenie court and a  new trial was grafted. During his  brief freedom-Gaiues had written  to his former wife and pleaded for  a reunion with' his family.. Mrs.  Gaines, with jher.two children, went  to Sherman,"and a> second marriage  took place in'the'county jail. Mrs.  !Gaines and her^friends are Spiritualists. She went toTa ."medium" in.  Louisville, (who f told her that/she  had & commijnijcation with her brother, who verified i Gaines's self-defence plea/;. *11 - -is, thought i that  Gaines wilf b,e acquitted on his se^  cond trial. '^'7.':h-7 .   -     >   A '���  PROVINCE   AND  DOMINION  JIM HILL'S INTEREST IN CROW'S  NEST COMPANY.     .  appeared satisfied  powers.    -  Count Lamsdorff's reply to sir  Charles Scott is considered quite  unsatisfactory. "If such ' excuses  are accepted by the powers," said a  brother official last evening to a  representative of ythe Associated.  Press, "there will be nothing to prevent the immediate partition .��� of  China, for with almost exactly���..the  same Verbiage any EuropeAn'power  cbuldf'justify the"1 occupation of  other!provinces.": _ ...  Upon the degree of. support  afforded the movement by Germany  aad Japan-.[depends the result of  what is to be thealmbst synchronous  atfcijn of Washington and London.  The whole affair is guarded with  The Queen's Funeral.  Those -who attend the moving  .picture entertainment at the opera:  , house on Monday^night5 should-^not  fail' to be satisfied,-'judging' from  the trial run,-,which was"'given" last  night. Tbe various'bodies of .troops  and famous personages .in."the  queen's, funeral ^ procession are  clearly shown and are' easily distinguishable.,, as . they come into  view., There is a noticeable absence,  of that quivering motion so commonly .seen in moving- pictures,  which renders the scenes hazy and  indistinct.','The entertainment will  last for over an hour and will consist principally of a view of the  funeral procession, to be followed  by war scenes *from- South 'Africa.  AY the Highlanders are thrown on  the -screen,'Stewart Carruthers, in  full Highland costume, will .render  the Dead-March-in-Saul on-the bag--  pipes.       ^-j  * . ,  -v  Received a Medal.  Hugh K. Stevens of this city was  A_he recipient yesterday of the medal  issued by the Dominion government  to those whocsaw service in the  .Fenian raid in 1866. The medal is  of silver, about the size and shape  of a silver dollar, and is suspended  from a bar of silver attached to a  red and white ribbon. 'On the bar  are the words: "Fenian Raid,'1866."  On;the pendant ip the. queen's head,  with the words, ''Victoria Regina  et Imperatrix," while the reverse  side contains the Canadian, flag in  the center, with the word "Canada"  at the top, and at the bottom,- arranged in a semicircle, a, wreath of  maple leaves. Around'the rim are  the ".words, "Pte. H. Stevens, St.  John, V. Bn." The decoration is a  woik of art. Mr. Stevens was in  one engagement near Eastport,  Maine, where his company, assisted  by a number of bluej jackets, succeeded in routing the enemy.  Cabinet Diseobsion."  Washington, March 8.��� At the  cabinet meeting today, some time  was devoted to a discussion of the  inhibitions contained in the amendments to the army appropriations  act as to the granting of franchises,  the protection of public lands, etc.,  in the Philippine islands. Affairs  in Cuba were also talked over, the  opinion based on -official information being that the situation,had.  improved of late and that: the conditions imposed by ^congress would  be acceded to. The personnel of the  Spanish claims commission was discussed.  Toronto. '������ There  were  46,019  births, 17,123 marriages and   29,594  deaths in .Ontario last.year. ..The  ���birth-rate increased* for   the first  time in m^ny years.  \ General Botha  with' the" conditions', H and the  Armistice being:,arranged��� <he"..proceeded to.cbns'ult.his officers,-a vast  majority, of,;whom accepted^ the  terms.' *-' , ".<  .   ,  ' ^Dewetjand- Steyn v both remained  irreconcilable.--^ They: declined' -anj^-  terms,-. Dewet'. adding' that on his  part the wardiad become one of revenge and he intended to do allthe  mischief he could. '     '  , -  _ It is probable "that the original  armistice of-a>,week has-been extended. It is believed that "the remainder bf general Botha's officera  have now been won round and that  h'e is likely .to' formally submit to  lord Kitchener March 11th, when  his force will surrender to general  French.'     ,'  ' *"      - ~   ,  According to our, information,  lord Kitchener's dispositions' made  the speedy.- capture pf general  Botha's forces quite certain." General Botha" frankly "accepted. the  situation and was treated by lord  -Kitchener-^at-both-interviews-with-  the greatest consideration.  Dispatches from Amsterdam and  Brussels -say that Mr. Kruger's  entourage continues to profess  ignorance of the existence of negotiations, declaring that , general  Botha cannot act for, the Orange  Free State and that in any case no  terms are .possible - unless lord  Kitchener is prepared to discuss independence.  Married Her .Brother's Slayer.  New Albany, Indiana, March 8.  ���Divorced and separated for more  than four years, Mrs. Louisa B.  Gaines has remarried her husband,  who killed her brother. Louisa B.  Kockj*a beautiful girl, a member of  one of Indiana's prominent families,  and heiress to $200,000, ��� married  William B. Gaines' of Sherman,  Texas, several years ago. They  started on a married life which was  ideal.' Two children were born, a  boy and a girl. Two years after  their marriage they decided to go  to Texas to live���her father having  moved there. Upon their arrival.  -at Sherman they learned that her  father,,, who was living with her  brother, had died suddenly. Then  came the settling up of the estate.  The will of Mrs. Gaines's father  was contested by Gaines, who said  that his wife had not been fairly  dealt with. He believed that her  brother, Charles Kock, had influenced his father. In a quarrel  Gaines shot and killed Charles Kock  in the court' room at Sherman.  ���Texas..;:'.7'',;7' -*���������-  Gaines was tried for murder, and  after a. long trial,' in which Mrs.  Gaines spent most of her $200,000 in  his defence, L he. was sentenced to  prison for life. - She returned tp  this'.eity and obtained a divorce, the  court'givitflg her. the children. A  few months ago she employed an  attorney in defence of her former  huBband.   The cage was token  Southern v Pacific's New [Line7. \   [���  San Francisco,-- March 8.^-The]  Southern VPacrBeV company  today  announced that its new coast' line;  between this ��� city and' Los Angeles'1  will be" opened Jon-March 81st. . The  new.iine; which/adds a second route  between "the  two .cities, was ; first*  projected ;about'i20: years.ago," but',  engineering difficulties, which have,  since been oyqvcome, prevented its;  rcompleti9n. until - this time.,-  The  road," which" isi~481 -miles-long,,to\-%  -lows the trail used .by the. Franciscan friars and^asses.nearly all the?  important,missions, in  the state,1  and -"for*100 "miles *��� passes over thei  cliffs skirting'tlie Pacific oceaiu v - ?  ������ '     ���;       ���'   ��� ���     ,. ��� ��� *       ' J  '- -.,'-. Caught'r.hy "Elevator.        A\  S SBATTLEj'Man;h:8.~Thoina8 Muu-(  caster, an employee, of.the Unions  'Irbn'Wbrks"6f this"city/was /killed  thisiafternoon"in? the,fi'eight>leva-  tbraised in^tlie^csompany's building.  His'head was r^aught^ between.^tiie"  bottom of thVm^cttneand thVceil-  "ing of the-grOnud floor while hebwas,.  loading supplies / on, the elevator'  from"a nari^^gallery about:ten  Owns Thirty Per Cent", Says President  JafFray���Legialative' Proceedings^-  _ Arrival of Strathconas, __.   .  ���*>   ,  ���?  8top\; the^i elevatbr, Lwhich; started  Iwithbut wkirning^tiut found;it:im--  posaiblej^MuncMlier did'nbtVealiiM  ^his" danger-uniil it was 'too Iate.1'" -  LORD KITCHENER'S REPORTS  -n-  t  *" Vancouver, March 8.���[Special  to/The Tribune;]-^-A' telegram was  received this .evening from G.'R.  Maxwell,'M. Py. that" he had secured  a^ grant/o^$50,000'from' Andrew-  Carnegie for a library? for, Vancouver .provided-the city furnished a  site and $5000 expenditure. " |  " Robert Jaffray, vice-president:- of  the Crow's Nest Coal Company, left  for 'Victoria "thisl'afternbbn.r He  says that president' Hill'lias secured  a 80 per cent interest, in.. the coal  fields, but he 'has I no 'intention of  attempting to control the company.  Vl n. -���%-^ i ..���"' iA-i-V.xL -��  He says Hill recognizes that his control of^'the; Canadian enterprise,  would- be^immense commercially,  .but'everi if hVbth'efwis'e wishedltb  it would be impossible for Ameri-^  cans or other outsiders -to" secure a'  controlling" interest/- He says there^  is 'no possibility but that the British'  Columbia smelters!willi'be supplied'7  ;amply with^coke/as,, theVcbinpany'  ?from all points .of view would" be  foolish/not to give t locals nearby"  markets preference, /on account of  tlie' cheapness 'of "transportation.  Jaffray says-there; are threex large  smelter ;propositions on foot-and  his company as- well* as-iftbe^Gi^at'  iNorthern-will do all .possible to forward projects fbr,building/in' Brit-/  ish-CoruinbiaJ^f/ rAASAHf'*?* '*  ��� ^Mr8.-Raper,.<wife^of- a tfuoneer/i of_  Van Anda,'died-ThurVday.   A'A'-..7  DEWET:S;-. WHEREABOUTS  - UNKNOWN.  ARE  The. Two  Generals, in  Conference-;-'  French Makes Farther" Captures  of Ordnance.  ner,  Th'e  London, March 8.���Lord Kitche-  under.' date of-March; 7, says:  Boers' failed   in' their determined  attack  upon Lychtenburg.  Our losses', besides the two officers  - *>     ���     <  previously reported, were 14 men  killed and 20 wounded. The Boer  generaI,_Celliers,-jwas killed.^ ��� L  Dewet's position is variously reported as his men are scattered  through the Orange Colony. Our  troops marching north reached Pe-  truBburg today.     - -, " r \j- '  French reports further" captures  of a 14-pounder Creusote with car-,  riage and limber complete and one  Hotchkiss, making a total"of seven  guns. The total number of Boers  known Xo have, been placed hors  d'cbmbat since the' eastern operations began is 070.  ;,JLondon, March 8.���Aspecial dispatch from Pretoria dated.today  says general Kitchener and general  Botha had a lengthy conference on  Gun Hill this morning. ' General  Botha was alone and general Kitchener was accompanied^ by his secretary.  London, March 9.���The negotiations between lord Kitchener and  general Botha are in abeyance, says  the Pretoria correspondent of the  Times, wiring Wednesday, pending  an answer from the British government.  ��� Cape Town, March * 8. ��� Three  hundred Boers surrounded fifty of  Driscoll's scouts March 2nd at a  kraal near Donberg. :':The scouts  held out for a day and-a' night before relief reached them. The Boers  captured 17.  Threatening to Denmark.  London, March 8.���"The United  States government has addressed a  note to the -Danish.: government almost threatening in tone," says the  Copenhagen correspondent-of the  Daily Mail, "to the effect that it  would not permit any. transfer of  the Danish West Indies to any for-  eignpower, and that in the event  of Denmark refusing . to sell the  United States will require that  island and maritime neutrality  shall be properly guarded and the  United States' sphere . of influence  V be properly respected."  r:--.- i  Wl  From Victoria.  .-Victoria,' March/  ,cThe'.Tribune.l���Thb-lej  not in session today--., y,t -*- .-^-'sz ;.  The mining' committee-met-and  considered the-placier mining oill introduced by theminister of mines. "  The scheme to f-ell one Hundred'  million acres-of land Tand use1 the  proceeds In .building railways and  public works is receiving attention  and the government may substitute  it for the scheme of subsidizing  railways out of an empty- treasury.  ~* *"' -1'        > ���"  Strathconas Arrive.'    ���  . - Halifax, Nova, Scotia, March 8.  ���The Allan liner Numidian,~ with  Strathcona's Horse aboard,-reached  here at 8 o'clock this morning from  Liverpool after 8imewhat���boister-  ous weather. The number of troops  aboard~besidesf officers is~269 noncommissioned officers and men. All  are well excepting private Robinson of Winnipeg, who is seriously  Company's  Works > is    increasing.  The average output this .week was  180 tons per day,- a. large   proportion of which is being shipped daily  to Quebec and Ontario."-'    ���*:"-    * -  F- CoRNWAMi,- Ont.���Frank-sLally,  the well! known, lacrosse man, has  been  appointed superintendent of  the t Cornwall .canal,   vice _ James  Ramsay, discharged on account of  political activity/ 's''-'-'- A *-'-.  A  '  Montreal:���Strathcona's/ Horse  ��� is expected'to arrive' here9' about-i2  .a. m,,.Sunday morning.,- They will  tonly make a short, stop, proceeding  Ltb Ottawa.' " It is" said/,the. colors'  presented to the regiment by-, king  Edward will be deposited, in .Christ  Church Cathedral,' Montreal/'*i.   , '-'*  Montreal-. --=-- The      Federated  Trades -and' Labor <Council   oppose' granting $10,000 by.the(coun-  cil forJ the ehtartainnfent, of tlie:  duke ' of :'York. /'"Ttiey^say'/the-  money Hwould ^be' better-spent' iri-  public libraries or a .hornet for ^incurables than ;in, enabling .millionaires" to "manifest their, loyalty., yy  Montreal.���The..Canadian Minting Institute elected Charles Fergie  'of Westville,' Nova Scotia, president  today. ' British Columbia1 'reproseh-J  tatives on .the board are:��iVice-presi-  .de'nti R. Hedley,/Nel8on;.vin council,.  JbhnvB., Halson,,.Quesnelle;, F^-W.,'  Little, Anthracite)'North West Ter-''  ritories; E.-B. KirHy,^ Rossland;*.D.:r  Macdonald/Rosslacd/ ':, 7-'AAA.  PROPOSED REORGANIZATION  *      n     * "        l   *   *   t    * /  BEODEBICK.OUTLINES THE MILI-  TAR7 PROGRAM.  Country to' Be Divided Into- Six^Dis  tricts in Order to Centralize  .<<   ~   . Responsibility.      S'~  %A-@?,  *' London,' March 8.-f-In a speechinrf  the commons today, by Mr.^Brod"J  ���sst  .erick upon .the;; army,tquestion > heS  saiH in nart-     Tha Atn\V.in___d.it___A >{*��'.%  said in part  proving,  The drillmeeded  A'  am  It was a question between 1  the' ^voluntary-i;"and'51 compulsory^  i systems.- He adhered to.tlie former^.  under - which1  offered  f'men> had-  ������a "��SS  war.'^-  149,000{      tHemselyes*;.fpr,Vt'the tf.. ^. .^s.  Compblsion woitld therefore! be^like��&  applying^ the -spijr.f to., a?/willin"g|7|  horse and would be disWt^us.l��THe^  government could not-hope t��>get^  rid; of European Vntangiements^Clt^;  coiild not shut ;.ou^t^the^pmsibiiity^  of having to dispatch forces tojiilei"-^  -�� Jj"Ai.i*T>isIs,['i.'* "'*'' :*.'���<>*���   **i*i>iii_%'&4  -^Remarkable Surgical Operation. >'  '^^NEW'-Y6RK,f March" S.-^Lewis J.  McKenna, a;'clerk*in e,n" insurance4  "office, is. ins St>Luke's hospital' recovering froma surgical operation,  one of.the rarest -known to modern  science.' The1; operation   is'known  as gastro-enterotomy,; and; consists  of removing'the'patient's^stomach^  cutting "away the pylorus"-and'sev-"  eral malignant growths in itsJviciii-  ity and? restoring the stomfwlTto'ils.  former" place.   McKenna'was^rest-,  ingeasy last nightyandjthe pliysv-..  .'cians-'-say that;iff'the" present^im^'-  ���fprovement."continues 'he -will*be',np;  in aWeek.. .McKenna 'complained-  some'months ago1 of; severe pains in"  ihi8>8tomachjand ,waSjtroubledtwith.  iinsomnia: '"*Altogether ^h"i8+**symp-J  toms -'suggested' severe 'indigestion.'  >��� - A tube inserted through ���his^eso^  phagus into his stomach showed j a  -total disappearance of all acid -and  ���a destruction of the pepsin; making-  digestion impossible.'   Food taken  into the stomach -was taken' away  17   hours later in practically^ the  'same condition as before.   This condition called for an  examination,  which disclosed a tumor as big as a  ' hen's egg, and a systematic degen-  ^details concerning;the-proposedVre-3^  organization of the army?   He/said A  ill with pneumonia and will be sent  to the hospital hero. He was taken  ill the first day out from Liverpool.  They are all delighted to get back  to Canada. The officers all speak  highly of the men, and vice versa,  and all speak well for the Canadian  ponies which they had taken to  South Africa and left there. One  officer said the Canadian ponies  stood the campaign better than any  on the Natal side, and from hearsay  regarding Australian and New  Zealand animals he believed the  Canadian animals were superior.  EASTERN   CANADA TELEGRAMS.  Toronto.���Hon. William Muloek  left yesterday for Australia, accompanied'by his wife and son Cawthra  Muloek.  Montreal.���The Victoria Rtfes  band will probably go to. .Buffalo  to represent eastern Canada-.at-the  Pan-American exposition.  Toronto.���The public^ school  board met last night" and'lncreased  the salaries of -ite*. -teachers by  $30,000. The minimum salary is  now $375.  Gananoque, Ontario.���The mail  bag for the east from this town was  ripped open on Monday night and  it is claimed two registered parcels  are missing.  Quebec.���A bill has   been introduced   in   the   Quebec  legislature  Which proposes to reduce . the legal -  rate of interest   in   the  from six to five per cent.  Montreal. ��� "Gat"  leader of the Canadian  South Africa, left an estate valued  at nearly $200,000. The property  is. at Brownsburg, Quebec. .-..:,.'���.������  Sydney, Cape Breton.���The out-  mt of the Dominion Iron  province:  Howard,  scouts in  eration of the pancreas. The pa-  ' tient was thereupon prepared for  the operation. The ��� vertical incision, about five inches long was made  in the abdomen and through the  growth, the exposed pylorus show-  -ing-a'-tumor��� outside-tho-stomach.-  An incision was then made in the  stomach, and inside was found a  cancerous growth the size of a large  orange. The point where the incision was made, at the pylorus, is  the exit of the stomach into the intestines, the other opening being  the entrance through the esophagus.  The stomach was cut and lifted  out of its place and laid on a cushion  of antiseptic cloths placed on the  patient's chest. Then the doctors  cut away the tumor and cut off the  pylorus, theother malignant growth  being also thoroughly cut away.  The stomach was then put back in  its accustomed place, having been  joined to the intestines with silk  sutures. But little blood was apparent throughout the whole operation, which lasted one hour and fifteen minutes. The patient rallied  at once and it was seen that the  operation was a success.  Congratulate the Kaiser.  Berlin, March 8.���Emperor William has received congratulations  on his escape from more .serious  injury from nearly every European  potentate, including the king of  Denmark,.the queen of the Netherlands, king of the Belgians, king of  Roumania, the . queen regent of  Spain, the king of Italy,' emperor  Francis Joseph, president. Loubet,  and the, pope. Hundreds of .congratulatory despatches have come  from- England, including king  Edward, -. while a message, from  president McKinley;was worded in.  particularly cordial terms..   .  Harrison a Sick Man.  Indianapolis, Indiana, March 8.  ���Ex-president Ben j amin Harrison  is a very sick man., His condition  is' more serious than is generally  believed. Dr. Henry Jameson, family physician, who has sole charge  of the case, said tonight there was  no' i mnaediate danger.  rthe object," pf j. the.?1 gbvernmeht^in^?  dividing the country-?into.* six^dis^l  .tricts was to centralize, the" res^on-i^p  sibilityand to d&^ntraUze.the:|^-|S  ministration. Theithree army,corpH,1i��  to be entirely composed ofjregulars,^  ^buld^;^tioned-at?Aldersho^-"  Salisburj^and in^lroland^hejotfieri  .thr^'arm^rTOrps^t^jn'clude^Bi^y^  bat^lionsbfi^milida.andyoluniw  ; would bel ��tation��l|at * Colchester;  YorkandJEdinburg^iThe^gbveriivf  **    _LV   *  - J- "'-SUA.''       V     ~~'*rf-l*.'A��    **J".. I'.J J^g  ,ment,-:in,addition, propoeed-to.raise^  eight battalions for   garrisons duty ^  -from the men about:ttbSfeiaterfthelM  reserve} ,tb establish a-reserve Vmil-}:?  -manry;to,be armed with'shoHirifles'lL  0.Th&m^iUon::WMk^^Smr  .under'this scheme wbuld)hft426,500^|  men; ata^ebst^bf '��2j000;(K)bK''and^  ^0,(K>0^ditionai;ttain^;vohmte^8^ I  vMr.^Broderick also said it > was��pro'-i^%  rposedfi^t officers hereafter shouldW*  'be abfeftb procure^ their.,',uniforms.j��,  at government establishments/ac;"  ��� cost price. 'Dealing .withythe1',war  office; Mr. Broderick-'insisted -that;  there must be hearty, co-operation,  between ,the 'cbmmander-cin-chief_]  'and the'secretary for war,' and' he"  stated that^af-^ommissibn would'bo  appointed i to t advise'an', regard to  ^needed changes. ^        ���   ,\  - "Agninaldo's Whereabouts. ''  - Manila,' - March 8." ��� Captain  JDu^canjnjbhe^Fourth^nfantry-has^  captured a'squad of insurgents and  twelve rifles near the town of Imus,  in Cavite proviuce, twelve miles  south of Manila. General Wheaton,  commander of the department of  Northern Luzon, reports the troops  of his department to be in excellent  health. The Manila board of health  has announced that on an estimated  population of 300,000 for the city  of Manila the annual death rate Aa  thirty-four per thousand. Unconfirmed information coming from  native sources says that Aguinaldo  is, in hiding in the province of  Isabella on the northeastern coast  of Luzon island. American troops  are scouting in that section of the  island. <  >i  -    If:  XJ  Honors Bestowed.  London, March 8.���Sir Thomas  Lipton has been gazetted' a knight  commander of the Victorian Order.  Lieutenant-colonel Steele of  Strathcona's Horse has, been appointed to the first class of the  Victorian Orden  The king of Greece and the crown  prince of Denmark have received  the. honorary grand cross of the  Victorian Order.  Launched April 20th.  Glasgow, March 8.���The Shamrock II is advancing so rapidly that  her launching is provisionally fixed  for April 20th. The yacht is already  plated to the water line on both  sides and the fitting of plates on  the top sides of the deck is proceeding. It is expected that lady Roberts will christen the cupchallenger,  Downed the Terrible Turk. ,  St. Louis, Missouri, March 8.���  Tom Jenkins of Cleveland, champion heavyweight wrestler of 'the  United States, defeated Hali Ali,  the "Terrible Turk," in quick time  at Haughton's West End Coliseum  tonight, winning two falls in the .  short space of 16 minutes. ����^l.^w��^��^��w������*"-^*^^--*"^����^/-�� '    'I    ���" f��r*"���"  i    '  ,  t'  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C   SATURDAY, MARCH 9, 1901  3**=  J  i  \  I-A  The Newest  of The New  . >  ��� *>i  THE VERY LA'EST  NOVELTIES  SPRING 1901  ARRIVED .TODAY  Mil  \l  ji.  t  i ?  hi  Chiffon Ties, gold trimmed and,  * otherwise.  Collars, in all shapes,- styles and  shades. ��� '  Fronts and,Ornaments, .with.Sequin, Pall and Lace trimming  l<i tit  Crinkled Chiffon.. ^Ties, .trimmed t  innewest styles'!  Applique   Laces,' in  '. designs.'T   '7  cial and federal governments ai e  now being asked to grant a charter,  the granting of which will render;  even more complete the control' .of  the trust over the silver lead mining industry of British Columbia.  After many persistent denial*,  Robert Jaffray of the Crow's Nest  Pass Coal Company now admits  that James J. Hill has secured a  big interest in the Fernie Coal Company. Mr. Jaffray is now on his  way to Victoria to secure the necessary charter for the railway  which Mr. Hill desires in, order to  move the output of th'e colliery to  United States smelting-points. Mr.  Jaffray says,the people of British  Columbia i may, safely, trust ����� their  destiny in Jhishands. Just at present he desires his 'railway charter,  above all things.       - -     ' ~ '    , f   .  AMONG THE WHOLESALERS  and runs under the glacier. All  these veins show more or less ga-  lepa ore and give excellent values.  Very little work has been done on  the claim beyond a' few open cuts  on the vein. The deal is for $40,-  000 and is in the nature of an option and bond covering 18 months.  Five per cent, is to be paid down  August 1st, and the balance spread  over-in equal payments. By August the snow will be sufficiently  gone for a thorough examination  to be made of the group by the  company's engineer.  Belgium has no navy except a  training ship (for the merchant  marine.  ���fi -  --* i  i  /  Applique^ Lace. Collars; twenty'  \ ,l(^di;ffer,ent.kinds.    \-; *-.-��.   *  v   , *.*" -���'.   4'r,    -\   iJ'!",1   -*),.-i/�� V"   (  New Styles, qf Ladies'; BeJtsf\fapcyv  '   ,belt buclcles'and many, other  beautiful-and useful articles.  }"'&*.  ,jf"   ��'��  ft" '-i^'" >"���-��� '    i��-   ,v  >y. '     v-   ��� R���} "   i i �� .'" ���'   i     i  * t w _���   A ���  y    ^h '    :   "''"'  !*<"j 'UtP-n  *'sy*j'>u'  ��1DS@N'S?  .   -i i  i _     **>.^mmJ   .   m..   ^v��ri 2*   **  I,-*!  ''A>  h. _?-��_*_.&>:���<*  m&'Mtm&tifi.  i_  ���Si  i hi  N  m  I  1  I*  h  I*  ������3k  'M  xw*  I  m  Xm  \m  m  If--  V- R  Lynchings in,, the UaitecHStates^  ���J^lH'areV becoming. 'less"4FrequentVif theJ  statistics/ published'- are   tcorrect.  . ^   t   ,,.1  , '. *^ _. r     _ -  4 For^the year^lOOO the^ numberiOi  , r lynchin'gst isif given as H101,; j which  r marks.a steady decline'. since-1802,  i when 235 were reported."    J * -       I  A-,,-7��� ���*.<( ���   ',   I  ..  , MEMHEB3 lot- the Canadian house  ���of commons may funk over adyan|-  I ciugTegislatibnfor the exclusion of  J Chinese and 'Japanese through fear  , off imperial displeasure, but wheu  ,ithey got fishing aftei^the religious  .vote,   through   suggested   amend'  ments, to "the coronation oath, imperial displeasure seemingly has nq  r terrors for,them.  -~���~���: ~    .    .  -MTkb bureau-of-mines-at-Toronto-  announces the blowing in of the  nickel refinery ' of tho Canadian  Copper Company at'Sudbury. 'The  refinery employs seventy-five mep,  and the entire Sudbury works 1200.  'British Columbia will, be able to  reap like benefits if-ifes people insist  upon a policy similar to that foi-;  lowed in Ontario,' but not otherwise.    If the federal government would  be justified in granting a bonus  upon the reduction and refining <of  the galena ores of the Slocan, with  :\ view to,establishing'au important  industry upon a secure foundation,  it would likewise be justified in so  framing its railway policy .that the  railways of the country would contribute to the growth of such industry. It is foolish to grant ai  bonus to improve smelting conditions, and then chapter railways  the operation of which will male  smelting and refining in British,  Columbia almost impossible.  ' *    This Week's Business. ���'  A' gradual increase in (the ,wliole-  sale business'bf the city has been  noticeable .during the past, week,'  which ^is an indication^ that the  heavy spring trade 'is already at  the latent hand. *" This ' is somewhat earlier  than last year and this promises to  be, the, banner year" for r ihe whole-  rsale merchants of .Nelson.    . -. ���  - Brackman,' &' /Ker i Milling Company, flour and feed.���Creston, Fire  Valley; (Camp McKinney," Pilot Bay.j  Granite, ^Whitewater, .Ainsworth,'  Bagley's Landing, Procter, Coffee  Creek, Salmo and Ymir.  -H; J.,:Evaii8 *&; Co., commission  mercliants. 7��� Grand. Forks,,,Ainsworth,. Kitchener, Slocan,; Sandon^  andtPaslo.    .-.) - 1  AA. Macdonald &-Co.,_wbolesale'  grocers;��� Salmo, Lemon'Creek, San-*  don,'Ferguson,iWaneta, Ainsworth.,'  'Kitchener, Bur ton,.Slocan Carzelle,c  > Columbian-Yuiir,J NGreenwood ^ Ca^-j  cade, {Cedar Creek, Granite, < Lardo,  Ehbltj Robson, Fire Valley, Nakusp,.  Kaslo, ,'^New,   Denver,   Erie\\and'  Aldridge.- -.- '../    v .- > ,v  ^ f��   :*  W.,F. Teetzel, & Co.,v>as8ayers'i  supplies.���Phoenix,- Rossland Aing-  ^worth, jGranite,^ Ymir,, Kimberley,  > Silverton, and Cranbrook."' -"']���< \ -  : John ,Cholditcb &. Co.,, wholesale  grocers.���Lardo, Ferguson, Dearing,  Sirdar, QraniJte, Moyie, SalmO^JSanj-  dop, .Cranbrook,-Ymir, ^rail," Eholt,  Slocan, Kaslo,-Rosslandi andr Phoenix.,,     ..--   1  *.,   -���>   ^i--* ^'pA j  Kootenay ^Supply ^ Co., ^wholesale  .grocers.f,-7 Arrowhead, Robson,,  Moyie, v/Kimberley, Newf .Denverj  Whitewater,-Slocan- City, Creston;'  Cranbrook'.andjKaslo. = ^  t Nelsou Saw & Planing Mill, Ltd.;  sash and doors.���Ainsworth, Kaslo,  GoatCreekaud other Jake^points. s -  California Wine -Co., .wines ^and  , cigars.���Ymir, ,< Ainsworth,- ^'Slocan,  Trail- ^Rossland,, New Denver, ��� Sil:  .vertou, Sandon and Porto Rico, y i'"  ' J. Y. Griffin So Co., provisions and  produce.���Slocan, Whitewater,' San=  don, Trail, Kuskonook, Grand Forks;  Anaconda,'Phoenix, Golden, Green-;  wood, Kaslo.-Granite, Pilots Bay,  Fernie, Creston, Cranbrook, Fort  Steele, Hawser, Ymir. ,     .  Kootenay , Electric Supply and  Construction Compauy, electrical  supplies.���Grand Forks, Kaslo, Athabasca, Silver King, Greenwood aud  Whitewater,  F. Starkey, commission merchant/  ���Kaslo, Revelstoke, Slocan, Creston, Ymir, Whitewater, New Den-,  ver, Greenwood^ Phoenix, Eholt and  Rossland.  Turner, Beeton & Co, dry. goods  and   liquors.���Kitchener,., Kimberley, Cranbrook, Granite, Porto Rico,  Ymir, < Kaslo, Saudon,. Slocan and.  Moyie.  Kootenay Roller Factory, press>  rollers, composition, etc.���Greenwood, Trail and Northport. ,  E. Ferguson & Co., wines,.liquors  and cigars.���Trail,. Silverton, Kaslo,.  Ymir, ��� Sandon, Ymir mine, Grand.  Forks; Erie and-Ainsworth.  KOOTENAY....;  . COFFEE CO.,  Coffee Roasters  . .   Dealers In fea aiu| Coffee  ^__m-_____________m~.^-m~.���m���~���^���~  ����**J***S��#ff*t*f��M*  We are oiTerlnK at lowest prices the best  Grades of Ceylon, Iudla. Cluua and Japan  Teas. - ]  Our Bes1*, Mocha nnd Java Coffeo, per '       '  pound      9  40!  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds    1 00 1  Choice Blond ColToo, I pounds    1 OIK  Speoial Blend Coffee, 6 pounds    1 00 *  Rio Blend Coflte,6 pounds    1 00  Special Blepd Ceylon Tea, per pound     30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone .177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  NEW BELTS  WITH BIBBON  AND SPIKE ENDS  luxrnxxxj nirrraijurri nnxi)  wed Irvine & Co.  TIXXIIT^'fTXnX  36 Bakep Street  LNE.W FANCY  COLLABS  AND COLLARETTES  animnnnnnnniit  Sale  __r_v_t_ '   '  fj\ Was a big sxqeess.   We are sorry that so many of our customers could not get waited upon f(j\  (fV ���even with all the extra clerks we have���and, therefore' did not secure any of the bargains /f\  f(j\ we offered.    So we h_aye decided  to continue the sale Friday^ and Saturday.    To clear out fjjK  (f\ ,ihe odds and ends that are left  of the  damaged goods, along: with  our Regular stock, ibe ff\  ffl lux,}ue marked them lower than ever.   s,                                                  *>...����� /I\  ^Prints; regular' prices, 12 1-2 to 20c,. now        .      .,,    .      .    ' .      .-    .      .      .      45 *o 5c J-  ���" Flannellettes, only iabout 200'yards, regulari prices, 8 to 12 1-2, now      .      .,'*.,.'     5c *���  Summer dress-muslins, Swiss.and French Organdies, regular price 30 to 60c,< now  .  1212 to 30c  . Also about 20 pair of Ladies Corsets, whieh we will offer at 50 cents each  sUl  tt  ',v��'\'   i     >^',���'���.    �����     -t ,  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  pTYT>rTyTrrTTTZTrTIIHn,T*][yTTni'TTT*,?ryTTgl  ~,     NEW  TAILOR-MADE  '  COSTUMES  fee^Iprae & Co.  ret"*'�� ���> , -' *t       ' ' ' i >>. " \      X' ~ ". . ^.>   -  ���: i'L  36 Baker Street  ���3��  ""��� |in|H��mTYii.��nin��iTTr  ~      NEW BLOUSES  ��� -    '��\  AND ��  ,    MUSLIN DRESSES  nunmiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiriHiiinin  9\  ���m  m  ���  ��������.________!^_W____]_______[__t_________l_________l_________l__\______l*^__1____\_________\______\__W_______<9^*00. f^~.0K?.'jS?7 .^^'28^* ^j*.*^S>��^*^.^St*^^^fi^^ft!m&^2&I^&!m&^^&!^& 1^2^��rm  '^*^^>*^"^��� ^*^��� %^*^r*^'^E^^'9^*^"CT**^SF^k*^T* '       .^**^^.______t*^ST^s._____**__t___j*_____**^S'_____\f*____t_i*____t_f*M__f*.______f.______f*______j^___w  ..*��  \_  Agents for J. & J. TAYL08 SAP��5  5,1-1  i it's l p-><  Desirable Business and.Resldence^Lots  ���- ln (Bogusjtown)Fairview Addition. - -  ���     ' >          :* j  -    -  Ofllce on Baker Street," west of Stanley Street  ' NKLSON.- ,       j  G. W. West & Cos  v     COALI      WOOD!  Anthracite..  Crow's' Nest  .Blairmore.  $1076  . '8.15  e.7f  IXJEHilVEIJlHir)'  AGBNTJ3 IMPERIAL 'OIL COMPANY. LIE).  - -No order can be ooooptod unless aboompanW  by casfi.^ ,v        . �� -    ��� r  Offloe:J Corofit ot Ball  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33,  ^_pl ya  >�� to 3S1 'Bafcpr Street, ,Neleon  -1 *"-��*-*  -^. -��� -  Amrrijan ,��|d;EurapM^ Plant.  ' *  Limited.  r,  f  'CHARLES HILLYEB^J A   'A - HARRYf HOUSTON,,     ,  . , - President arid,General5Manager.' 4s&"     Secretary-Treasurer  "'J      " U'A11 Communications to be addressed to either of tlie above '"'"     ' -  '-"- <,_'r^'->    A    '    ' '  We are prepared ,W Furnish '.  bycRall^Bapffe op Teams r -f .  WHOLESALE TRADE  H^ *^* V        *~ i  t       I  MEALS  CENTS  ROOMS UGHTKD BY ELECTRICITY  AN1> HEATED BY OT^AM  �� CENTS TO 91  THOMPSON; & DOUGLAS  ;"     .. r;'-yietbria,'street.'  painters;  ; '    'Decorators and  ..   .  . Paper Hansers.  'i' ' ��  Every town ia the SIceaq is today  experiencing   tbe   ill    effects  which attend the domination of the  silver-lead mining industry by the  United  States   smelter -and    lead  trust.    The mines of the Slocan today are either closed down entirely,  or working reduced forces,  because  it does not suit the present purpose  of theemelter trust to purchase Slocan ores; and the silver-lead producers of the Slocap haye virtually  no other,market for their ores than  that controlled   by   the trust.   In  ReceatL Mining Deal.  -    . .-Slocan'-Drill.        .    ,  A deal, involving one of the best  groups at the head of Ten-mile  creek, has been signed up" during*  the- week. The property is the  Boxer group,' owned by W. S.  Thompson, J. H. Wereley, W. L.  Jeffrey, of New Denver; Charley  Faas and -Billy Crawford, of  Creston, but formerly of this town.  L. A. Thurston, of this place, acting  for outside parties, > secured the  property. In the group are the  Boxer, Ophir, Monodonack fraction,  Neglected and St. Alice claims.  They are located close to the big  glacier and cover the ground  between the well known Mojly Gibson and Smuggler properties. There  are known to be three leads running  through the claims, ope of which is  the Smuggler ledge.  A   paralell   lead   cuts    through  above and is six   feet  wide,   while  If you want all,the Mining, v  News of the Lardeau,!you * >  must  become  a   paid-up - '<  reader of'the ~ " i  LARDEAU EAGLE "|  ��� '    FERGUSON, n. C.S \     ,  $2 per. year, - It1 fills the bill.;  MRS. GARR  1 S S 1 i  LATE .OP VANCOUVER  LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formerly occupied by Mlss'MucMlllan,.  Victoria Block. ~ '. ><  ;  The patronage of Nelson ladlea solicited. ' "    j  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver. '- - \  t  BAKER 8TRERT.,NM��6N,  Lighted by Electricity and Heatr  ed with Hot Air.,  ���~ i *     i  I*rge-oomfortoWe b*��d*oon>B and ttmMUm  dlnlog-room. yuwipi* roaou toe commeraud men,  RATES $y PER DAY        |  IVJrs. L C. Clarke, Prop.  LATX OV TH* BOTAL^BOnO; OALOJkBT  WJadden House  ���f��H  *,  c:��y>   ,. i DIMENSIONLUMBER '    -  .       ^ iROUW.an&EMESSED LUMBER    ,  ���"..*-*. > LOCAL a^:CO��ST_CEItfNQSSS.., .  '   /. >.LOCAEdnd^caAS%FL00RINa  -    DOUBLE DRESSEDSCOAST CEDAR  RUSTICt:SHIF,LAP; STEPPING". :  v   PINE:arid CEDAR. CASINGS,   ^S, ,  doorsjaubs, window stites  7 turned'work, band-sawing*  bracketscnewel posts     '  turned veranda posts,   ' ,  ,   - ��� ^ - , storefronts: .  .  v     ~ DOORS; WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Oup Prices before ^ ,<,..,  purohaaing elsewhere.  OFFICE: CQRNER HALL AND.FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  7 CRATED AND MINERAL-WATERS. .-  mHOBPK fc'CO^rUMlTKD.-Corner Vornon <":  jA^and Cedar streeta,': Nelson, mannf aotnrers *  of 3and>whol��8(Ue.dealers In-aerated waters and  trait ayrupa.^ Sole agents for Halcyon Spring*  -mineral water.' Tolepbooe'60.   ' ,-��>���-  4      A. ASSAYERS'-SUPPLIES.  1^  TTT^F. TBETZBIi'ft CO.^-Corner Baker and  . �������� ���"'Josephine streeta, Nelaon, Wholoaalsdeol  era In  aaaajrera- supplied.  AgonU Mat Denve.  Fire Clay Co.'rpf Denver. Ccriorado.  .   COMMISSION MERCHANTS,     s    -  TT J..KVANS ,fc CO.-Baker street, .Nelson  ������"���Vwholeeale��'dealers   In. llqnen,' 'olgara .  camentkflro briok aodflr* day,' wator>plpe aud.  ateel rails, ��fid' general comnuaalon merohanta.. _  ELECTaiOAT.  BUPPLIEa  KOOTENAY BaLECTRIC SUPPLY, tc CON- ,  - 81 RUCTIONCOMPANY-WUoleealedeal- '  ���org ln telephones,-anntinrtfttorn, b��lla,> batteries,'  flxtnres, etc', Houston blook. Nelson.��� x.  ���~71      ' FLOUR-AND FEED.  Grain elevators at all prinel]  Edmonton It.'  minster, and Bdmontou!  rs at all principal points on Calgary*-  R/sMilh'at Vlot��rta,-NewWeHt,  Sdmontoul Alberta..5 ���.-'���}  .-   *  FRESH AND' SALT MEATS.  ^ -  Par BURNS fc,:cO.-Bakerj?sbwtti;Nalsoa,  ���  wholesalo dealers la fresh and onrad meats.  Coidstxmm. '"tV   l -   -' \ ���   -  GROCERIES.   ier'__,   wholesale grooera-  A    MACDONALD * CO.-Corner Front and  ���**>���. Hall ^--street*. ��� wholesale  flraoara~and  and  i pakor andjWart  ���  Strealw, NoImo i  The only hotel in Nolsoo'thaJ. ha�� Mnatood  under one management autoe Uw. , ,-,.** .,   >  The bedrrooms an weU tonlaltad and Ughtad  by electricity. '     ' ���       .' " .  TIM bar la alwara atboked brthebeat dam ��*  Uo and imported liquorsandolcaza.j  THOMAfl.MADIMBN. PWi��tU>0>. >  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. k HcMANUB; Maaacer  '- Boarding and Day School for Olrla.' Will re ,  opei�� January 15th. Terms moderate.. For termi  and prospectus apply to -- . .  MADAMOISELLE KERN. Principal,  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. BuMABEHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   V POMMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  Smoking and Pipea.  NELSON BUSINESS  COLLEGE  Removed to Corner of Ward and Bakor Streets.  Day and Night Clauses in Session.  THE CREAT LABOR  SAYING  INVENTION  Bar atooked with beat brwdfl "ot wlnoa, Uqvon,!  and Cigars;' Beer on'drawrhfc. Latge comfort-  able rn^ma.   IlrslMdaaa table bn* d^   R. REISTERER & CO.  -    ��     BBIWBIS AWD BOXTUDM B��  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Hbap .OWflOB at -  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  r_<'  L  A. R.,BARROW, A.BLI.C.E.  r  ; rBI^OVINCIAL^  LAND8URVEY0R  r.oW*i#ctef*wd:  its.  n vn, ns  Home _. GrrowTi  Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Roses, Shrubs  Vinos, Bulbs, Hedgo Plants and Seeds.  Extra choico stock nf Peach, Apr'cot, Plain.  Cherry and Pruno Trees. New Importation of  first-class Rhododondrons, Roses, Clfinatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, eto.  80,000 to choose from.   No agents or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspection charges,  invaluable to   bubiness and PROFESSIONAL1 Greenhouse plains, agricultural iinp'ements, fer-  men tlllzers, bee aqpplles,   eto.   Largest and most  complete a*oak in the province.  Send for catalogue before placing your orders.  Address  firfarkets,��t  Nelson,  Rowland, Trail,. Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, Nev  ,   Deaver,-Revel^kej.Pei^uson Qraaid'.Forks, -Greenwood; Cwoade City, MM \  Sw��j, and Vanoouver.        , r ��� Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  Westi Kootenay Butcher Go;  "' ���    ,     . '   ALLKTTOBOF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  FISH,AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson g#  (J#  TRAVJES^�� Manager  ��� nRDBRB-ST HASH, nSODITV (UfBTOLi AMTI> l**nu*>*> .*��TttWWnw '  ROSSLAND   EIVairsiEBRIINa  WORKS  cunliffic &s McMillan  Foundert-and M��ohlnl9(a, Spoolalty of QroJCars, Ore-Bin Doori and Ceneral Mlnlng^Maohlnsiy.  List of second-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and Is aa good  as nevf i , , vr,^,  I 2^-H. P. IiOcomotive-typo boiler, wlth.englne attached and ali nttings, -ready to turn on steam.  4 ti"x8" Double Cylinder .Friction Drain-Holsi, built by Ingersoll go,  1 Sinking Pump, No 5 Cameron. New York. ��� . si    ���  1 Sinkiag Bump, Wx5"xl3f, outside packed plunger pattern. '  Watch t-syg-advertisement ior further llstfl.oi write us before you buy for complete U*V We  may have just what you -\vant.  Agents-for Northey Pumps,  P.-O.  Box 108.  Stock carried.  THIRD AVENUfi,  ROSSLAND.  BROTHERS  PI.T7B(BBRS.  PLUMBING  AU plumbing is not; alike. v8ee our goods.  Same price as other dealers and'  20 per cent Better.  OPPOSITE POSTOM'IOB. HBI.SON. B. O  The Caa-Dex Copying Book and InK.  Letters and other aocuments can be copied perfectly and .quickly without the usu-ot water,  press, brush or mouture pad.  5fcbe face of these Xaeta the proviu-J the third yeiu is 28 feet in width J prD88< joay jaU4JJ��y.^tept, m$m.��.<..m  ft|. J. mM, yafloouver, S. C.  J W3Uto gjOw Only.-n ���__M\  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSOBS TO H. D. ASHCROFT)'  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  W0RK��U  EXPERT HCR8E8K0EIMC  I attention givap to all kinds ot repairing  woA,froia c/tfridg points, mvrj  wcHwran^ltod r    '  P. J. RUSSELL  Buyer and Bzportor of  RAW  FURS  Hlgbeat Prices  Prompt Eeturna  Fair Assortment  sbbtesma NEtfiON^B. C.^  'obbera in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maokinaws and miners' sundries. , ,  TTOOTKNAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIMI-  J*. TKD-Vernon stteet, - Nelson.' wholesala  grodprs. v   '*���, '       -r"s   j .  TOHN OHOLDITOH ft CO.-Froot sine*, Nol^  _**~sonrwhotosal��_grocersr^    '    ~~��A   ,  y  Y. GRIFFIN * CO.-Front straeVNalson.  ���  wholosale  dealers  in provistqaa.. oured  meats, butter and eggs. ,. ���   -  HABDWABE AND.MINING.-SUPPLIES.  KBYERS JtCO.-UJorner Baker and Josephlno  streeta, Nelaon,-wholesale dealers in bard-  jraro and mining supplier- Agenta Jor Slant  PowdorOo. ^  T A WRENCH .HARDWARE! 1 COMPANY  ���*-���  Baker St., Nelson, wholesale "dealers in  hardware and mining snpplles, and water and  plumbers'supplies. ,y-  . -   . UQUOBS AND .DRY GOODS. ��� ���  .rpURNSB. .BBETON *.* CO.���Corner .Vornon  .A- and Josephlno streets. Nelson, wholesalo  dealen In lionon, otmra ud,dry goods.-' 'Agents  -fkv Patast Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary-Brewing Oo. of Calgary.    .  POWDEB, CAPS AND. FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Biker  " stroet Nelson,-manufacturers of dynamite,  ���porting, slumping and Uaok hlaeUng jxtwders,  wholesale dealers in caps and fuse, and aleotrio  bbuWns wpnrataa.  SASH AND DOORS.  NE��80N'BAW? AND PI^ANINQ MILLS.  LIMITWX-Carnar Front and HaU streets.  Nelson, mannfaotnrers of and wholesale dealers  ln sash and doors) all kinds ot factory work mado  to order. * _,  >    WIMES AND CIGABS.  iTJAUFOBNIA, WINE  COMPANY,   LIMI-  v>  TED���Comer Front and HaU streets. Not*  son, wholesale dealers ln wines (case and bnllt.  and doiwwMo and fmnnrMd otoarn.  musk;.  Mrs. D. BrMnrray, graduate in vocal and Instrumental music is now prepared to ifcciyo  pupils for instruction in voice culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A.-Macdonald building, corner Joaepnjne and  VarsoDiStrealk  EOOTENAY. LAKE GENERAL HOS-  PITAL   SOCIETY.  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.  In accordance with tbe bylaws of the Society,  the annual general meeting will bo held In tlie  Board of Trade. -----  3 o'clock p m.  ) room on Tuesday, March 12tb, ao  All annual subscribers of the sum of 910 are  members of the Society and eligible to take paic  ln the elooticn of directors for the ensuing year.  NOTICE OF CHANGE OF TITLE.  Notice Is hereby given that at the annual meeting of the Kooteuay I-ako General Hospital  Society a rcbOlution will he moved a<*kirg ti e  lleutenant-governor-ln-i council to grant a change -  of title from' The Kootenay Lake General JIos-  pltfkl Society" to "Tho Nelson General Hospital  Sociefcy."   ,* - ��i"  'ar-i-jr-   fS^  i._ -. * j  1     c  $HE TBlBtOT:.OTLSOKB. C, SAiOT>Aiia MiOiCH 9 190i  asesst  BANK OF MONTBEAL  CAPITAL, aU paid up-...$12,000,0)0.00  Koarr  7.000.000.00  UnMvXPHD PROFITS      427.180.80  LordT Strathoona and Mount Royal. ..President  Hon.'George Au Drummoud Vioe-Preslaent  E.a01ousloa General Manager  NELSON BRANCH ^ _  Corner Baker and Kootonay Streots.  ^^        A, H. BUCHANAN. Mauagor.  ���wsbhsh^^^sksb  38965  THE CANADIAN  BANE OF COMMERCE  wmi wHicn is amalgamated  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.    '     "'  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund.  (8000.000  ���   $2,000,000  Branches In London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and aU the prlnolpal cities in Canada.  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $85,000,000.  Hon. Qeo.  A. Cox,  President.  Buy and sell Sterling  Transfers. .  Grant, Commercial and Travelers'  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issuod, Collections Made. Etc  Exchange and Cable  Credits,  Savings-Bank Branch  OORBENT RATE OS1 INTTBKBT PAID. '  �� i i .    ii. t __ .' i 'i ���   '  TORONTO ��� STOOK-EXOHANGE.   .  FRIDAY'S  ��� stock.  -: *���' -^  B. Or Gold<Fields : $  Bhirk^TaU'   QUOTATIONS.,  Asked.  3  Bid.  Brandon Sc Golden ;Crown.,  Robt. Kllgour.  ___^__     Vlco-Presiaent.  London Offlco, eo Ziombard Street. B. O.  New York Office, io   Kxchange   Place.  . and 63 Branches ln Canada and the  ���-United States.  IMPERIAL  of  o^.:n\a.:d.a.  HEAD  OFFICE, TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  S2.600.000  -    $1,726,000  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT: -  Interest-allowed on deposits.   Present rate  tfereq per cent.-. - *  '        GRANGE V. HOLT,  *      ' Manager Nelson Branch.  & ROWLAND President.  R. WILKIE General Manager.  HAY Inspector.  1901  j< SAVINGS   BANK ' DEPARTMENT.  TIIE   CURRENT   RATE   OF    INTEREST   ALLOWED.  r  35  1 62  1 OO  62 00  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate...  Cariboo (McKinney)        38  Ciuiltoo Hydraulio ���    1 65  .Centre Star     1 10  Crow'a Neat Pass Coal    70 00  California-    ,  ,5 .    tt  ter Trail  Consolidated ...:....         3 2}  F.venfng Star     ���    8 5  GoldenStar        ,31 ,    2g  F.ilrviow Corporation          3 ~ 2  Uiant .-.       -4J -3J  Granby   Smelter         47 43  Iron Mask -    40 851  Jim Blaine ' *,   9 4  Knob Hill        60 45  Montreal & London ; '.....       'SJ 31  Morning  Glory          8 . .6,,  Morrison          9 8  Mountain Lion        40 1.1.  NoMo Five       **-4 '{  North Star .-/..'...'.       85 ' 86}  Old Ironsides        85 78  Olive :        12 10  Payne    ~  46},.   414  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...   -   2!) 29  Republic...' .-.....:.       42i.   J42  Slocan Sovereign         6} ���Ii  Virtue....^ ."...:      , 30 ��� .i 25 ,  War Eagle Consolidated        42 -   40  Waterloo          32 .     2*  White Bear          4 3}  Winnipeg    7J 4  Sullivan '.    -r  14 12|  SALES,     v  -1K�� Door Trail :...'. .".  M 2|  2AO Fairview..'....-..'..:..'..: ��� r 2.  HXtt Golden Star..-.:._'...-.: '..-.: ���- $, 2J  5 MO-White Bear <*. ' *\4<  2"<0J California..-  '   5^~  *   , ASTER", THE  SHELDON   PL AN. C  "Ckmductingv liis~ busirtess"as 1 he  "thinks tbe Saviour would," is'what'  A: F. Norton/ grocer,* of- this.city" is'  , 'trying-to'do. \'WK'en"lhe-camVvitb  j Marion/Indiana,' a year.ago he.an-  ,   noniiced that his grooery��and-meat  market .would bVconducted - on '���. the  -lines laid down by the Rev.. Charles  ���t M.^Sheldon"inVhi8''',famou3<:book,  1   "In Hif Steps."; i In a^ year-he had,  'built up a "trade that in- the' ordin-'  - ary course off events��would 'have  '  taken many -years to' accomplish;,.  fe*?*av**ero^  IA. ���<$.his ,custo;ners;are;wJp:we*a^  igg^f^lreir^irc^  &rS^*ci^  ���^;V.^:i;eye'onttheir5movemenfcs.**&4He!|;Duy8.'  Ai ��;; all?lns^gdod8 for sj^cashjaiidiSells;;   Nor&ir^  ��*��fe��t^  ^iSI?his3teow^fa^ii^  '" iTraveier**^^^^  r*  become a necessity for 'soldiers; at  least, and that it accordingly should  be issued as part .-of their,-regular'  rations.   'The] authors   were well  laughed at pbutv'now we find that  the   experiences    of     the    South  African war   have   suggested the  same things to our English cousins.1  The -war. in South Africa, says  the London M'Lancet,"-'has taught  many.things of greater and of less  importance.   Perhaps nothing that'  it has demonstrated has been more*  marked'than lthe important  part  'which tobacco plays'in the.so!dier's  -existence.   Whether 'this is to -be  reckoned as a great fact or a small  one'there "can' be no doubt about  the truth of it. ��� Yet the duke of  'Wellington's armies had no tobacco'  woith speaking of.   If they did not  forbid its use, at any rate the Iron  'Duke's*''officers - were v directed Lto'  advise their men strongly 'against  it. - What a curious contrast with  the campaigning in South Africa,  where,    -marches i<t  and,,   .privations   as. long   = and'-   as ,7f stern  as any* suffered by our great-grandfathers were < borne by   the   volunteers and'soldier's of -todays with; a  grumble only when' their "smokes"  failed--them:T' -We   have  ifc'~fromr!  many who took part in the "forced  marches leading-to-: Paardeburg, fto5  Blbemtbnteinf to Pretoria,^ and be-  .yond; that when rations   were _but'  ;twp or���three biscuits a daythebnly  real', physical ^.content    of ,- each  t'wenty-fo*ur~hours-came, with, the  pipe smoked   hy '{the '< smouldering^  embers of the;-.camp 'flre.k A- pipe^  eased'~the way to sleep" that^might  otherwise have lingered, delayed by  the sheer bodily fatigue and'mental  Restlessness   (��useJ   by .prolonged  |and~!mbnpw^  ;djiffic^.^th^7p!t;^  |l��<icoJ isj^yMingflbut^'iw  ���Jmen^lip'are^s^  vaiMiJ^S^-Mn^^  bably^tl^^wa^mTwh^clil^v^e^  Nolson'Branch���Barns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  - Afm  ^<*K!-  . V,*  _ ^-.- "^-v  . '"?-  rAM  :S1  Tl^e First Year of tt|e Twentieth Century 11  .Al  craft, < and -' the   government7 paid  $150,000-fbr her."   Her cost to build,  was $110,000. "Under the American  "flag the Hartford was sent tb Havana  as a hospital ship. ' Subsequently-a  ;board��, of astute1 gentlemen,of the  'war department sat in judgment'on  'the Hartford (now'-the Terry)'and  seriously considered sending her to  the'far east by way of' Cape Horn.-  "When the gentlemen were informed'  that' the- six-foot: draught bf !the,  Terry would turn "turtle before'she  reached the Horn, if was decided to  dispose ofherl -rShe was sent to the  Erie basin, where she n'ow is, and a  board of survey-has( put an^ upset  valuation of J' $40,000 on' the1 vessel  just-as she stauds. ' She will be sold  by "February 25th. -It is'not expected that more than $80,000 will  be bid on the, craft." __ The Terry is  an. instance in point evidencing >the  unheard-of prices paid, for secondhand craft which are afterward dis\  posed of for,'the'price-of, old iron.  (Jfj^ - As a Nelson firm we are eleven years old���  ' ik. ' righ'tin the prime of business manhood���full.  *;(/vl    of eriergy^ready and anxious to work for'  ���$}U "the building up and increasing of our trade  ,$js, Jn fine Jwrelery, ^-   ' -%  %Vi? ��� ALL WATCH REPAIRING^GUARANTEED  Come with us for; this spring and seewhat  we can do-for you. s-ln the meantime we extend our hearty invitation to you alMoi in-  sjaectoucbeautiful lines of up-to-date goods.  MAIL^ORDrRS RECEIVEOUR PROMPT  ..  AND'CAREFUL ATTENTION  '���jjtiT'a  The Jewelep, Nelson, B./C.  AATAiim  m  K it  J i*  SHERIFFS "SALE.  ;M.'"  i'^&wd^My^  prwellT.known?gener^  ^isubmifc''^p^'exprlj^  ;gwiil|^^se*|t%|j^^*e^^  ;1* ��� say ing ^ha^eMiy^  '���^oi:t%^S^^^M^^^^^^^W^^^.  Ilwiio' would*try'to^heatt^em-i^disy  ;M*^Nprtonahirslneyer:u^  K7'or;;'-jtobMbb&SHe^  A be^harmf iil7i n^heir^8ult��:andtwill  ^^n^'^'.liahdfe.^th^  ^'clainiuigi th*at:- al!G*nrwt^'s;duty;is,  )i(not:tb;ai<l ^Jiahiiib^wliiicli:^ is^yicioiis  ���;^a*wJ; dirty.:g^��^*tom^*?:n^t;:  ' hwnetheir/imrc  s   ery wajgoiis are Tk^pt-ib"'connection  * with-the establishment; This would  Oentail a^extrapcafcpf ;$2M0 ^ year  ^which^^uldiil^ of  '_. the pockets of the customers;;^Miv;  Nortba^sellSyhis^gbbdjB,^  '' inarglit-bif yprofit, as ipossible calcu-^  latingon^ust enough jo keep him-.  self ahdfft^na^l? Fory^TWson he  7 is able ^to^iell ^muclii cheaper than  S liiatc^petitorsi thereby aiding his  customersin^^theirfeffpr^to be eco-:  * tioinical.r 7'���'���_A .:A.x;AA'7.7AAh'A. ���'  A^'Mr. NfM-tpn's storeH^iiDrthe'cehter  Sof^^^businesff^irt^*;^^  Sand-vhe^emplb^  Ti';T*heM^'^a^S;b^e^r^ a**r*^.  Sing, afresh eacli7 morning.|He thinks^  S they are bntitled; to iti; and^that he]  t hafeno-o^ t^bhbldfit^  ���:7^*Mu^^  -. insiir incebecause he;thinks-that to;  3 offer a^ mahjebmp^ ^Ki3t  ^vJ^buse;br-ist6i��Vcb^  * eouraging that; man^tb^ be 7 carele9Sj  t7 and less attentive; --tibf his j business.;  v Mr/ Nbr^-w^fbrp^^  aleyan Me^bdtetjbu^|b%l^  ��� 'church,:believing^hi^?there7sh  be no division, such as is represent-;  ed by ��� the ^different 'denominations!  in the churehes^; He;is 54 years   of;  age. and V:has.i t laye lad ^ extensively..  The principles. wihich'[) hbi practices ^  hpbj-*^^  eatedrthe ideasibf sbciali^n'and jtis-^  tice, inib^the minds Of 'allliis vichild^  7renA7Ax-,77..[7xX.7, .;������' ";"'.--.���."���'.���';'-;���.���':,';":  'S.:S ���';.Tbb^ff7a\Neces*3ifcy.7. '.'.  ';'**T':iTh/e^*sbggeBtiojn.;A*^  t newsiw^jp^corresppbden^  /^th^i-warri^dthiBpaiu^  had cea^ to be a luxury; and had  thus allowing "more - easily Asleep,  ^h\ich^8;i:''80;*/:'aU  semi-starvation has to be eiidufed/j;  ^j.;j;3aj.;-4-''v^>'i,j-*'Tlt';>T-Tir���'?���!������;���::���*. yvir. i-fX^i^f^^nx'-:'':^  ,-��� '^���"j'4.".-'-J..'.T''lT'^t'1 , '. ..     .,    ... ,,..���        ......    -��� .      ^���':,Tflr^"'?*i(;;.'"-"''-rT-^TT  |^Mrtchp|!a^^o^^  5|-ChaHeslMit(p^  [pugilist,% who is Tiidwitf^is-pity^bn  ���;aTplMsure^ripif;[m^ an^bpr;  portunity to meet James J. Corbett  ;m7*a;return^a^K;bp^refh^  Jtpl-Bngland^  ^liis^-cbiMitry 'Sh0 pntima,ted S; that  nothing would suit him better than  "ahothWWe"etiri���g.iwith'hi8^cbnquer'or���  : and i 61d-time?n^;r"Corbet^  ; bett; did nbt;}t��ke ^hek matter > seri^  ;.ously'^at);.tlie:i^mbi^ that  Mitchell se^mS sincere in his desire  to fight again and has"7 backing; to  the extentpfs $15,000^ Corbett has  come to the conclusion that it would'  fbe; wbrtKwhilb'^tb^train for another  'gp'i with   the -EngUehman^if^Thia  >moriey:iaptfb'up.\/i:*.^r:[;,^^^  S"X*Se?bf:Mitcl^irs:;frie^s;twhb!:i^  willing to wagerany^part^bf^^lO.-i  000 ou him against Corbett is "Phil'V  D^vyer.     Dwyewr;     has    informed*  Mitchell to go ahead and. make the  match and that: he caniirely^uppn*'  him for the necessary bicking.'Cor-"  bett has notified Mitchell that; he  will meet him at any time i to talk  (the ^matter;'-qyerfi *AndffU possible  agreepp-^ter^-fw i^ matcli and  _��girai^icle^7?^-yvf':ySAy^ [_SyS':  iA^iSASS^^^s^h^AA^A :*.'  % %@�� ttoT-flaBt ������������;of ������;1P2'4 -irosseifl). pur^  chased by the United State's govern-*-  men fei-iduring j the? war j^irith;. Spain,;  fourteen have-been sold at a loss of  ;-'a- million dollars. "The:famous Mer--  riinaCj:bought at ai cpstpf ,$342,000;  to the government, was sent ;t0'' the;  bottom; of Santiago harbor. The  Yosemite, which f cost   Uncle Sam.  ^575^)66^; is subk at 6uan�� "Others7:  of the ;high-pricbd'lleet 'are doing  Service as colliers,-while still others ���  are;: either A engaged    in ^various.;  7Ura.hches;bf the servicje or lyingidle  at some 4bck awaiting disposition  at a sacrifice under the auctioneer's  hammer^-'.r One of the latter craft is'  the transport ?Terry,V formerly.: the  Hartford/ a :twin-screw excursion;  vessel whicb formerly plied between.  Connecticut river; towns and --New  York::,*������''���..;.; 7,-x7. AAA^S^,- *'  7 Altliough a vessel of" the Terry^s  draught, (six; feet) wasirpractically  worthless tb^the-government for  .���jJeep';-swiat��r^  promptly bought up in the rush for  Provinco of British Columbia. Nelson,- West  Kootenay. to-wit:       -       -        *���     - -  By virtue of several writs of Fieri Facias issued  'out of the Euprcme court of British-Columbia at  the suit of McCallum tc Co., H. Byers Sc Co.- and  John Cholditch ft Co. plaintiffs, and by virtue of  ���warrants of execution issued-'out of1 tho county  court of Kocrenay. holden at Nelson, at the suit of,  A..York St Co. and the Brockman 8c Ker Milling*  Company, Limited, plaintiffs, and to me directed-  against the frondB and chattels of the Chapleau  Consolidated Gold Mining Company, Limited,  defendant. I havo seized and taken in execution,  '.all the right, title and interestof the said defendant,  the Chapleau Consolidated-Gold'Mining-  Company, Limited, in ar train wa/.and flxturos, a.  'ten-stamp mill and machinery, assay office sup-  - plies and furniture,* groceries, boots and'shoes,*  inen'Hfurnishings,ootaKon8teol,bedBteads,8tores,  rblankets,���mattresses, office;furniture,,- horses,*1  wagon, nay. oats, harness, pumps, lumber, house  furniture, maoksaiith's tools, and othor goods, to  recover the sum of-ten'thousand "one hundred'  and' seventeen dollars andvnlnbty-elght cento,'  amount of said. executions,   besides   sheriff's  poundage, officers' fees, and all other legal Incidental expenses; all of which I shall expose for  sale or sufficient thereof to satisfy said Judgments,  debt,' and costs at "my office, noxt to the court  houm; in themy-bf-Nelson/on Thursday, the  fourteenth day of-March, A. 1). 1901, at the hour  _,of ITo'clock In thO;forenoon.     , .>   ,  <.-,Allthe above named Roods and chattels are  now situate upon the mino and mill site of the  Chapleau Consolidated 1 Gold Mining Company,  -ILinilted.andanInventory of the same,may bo  necii atmy office-on-Monday, the Uth March,  1'JOl, and;sub8equently,untll the day of sale.-  -'"Notk.���Intenalngpurcha8ors wiU satisfy themselves as to Interest and'1'titlo of said'defendant  :M��9Bax_\yXif:x-iXi!:'-^x^AX ���       '  / < ',  i,'A.s.P/TUCK, Sheriff of South Kootonay.  .   Dated.at NelBoir, B. C.; the 7th day March, 1901.  BOARD  OF WHITE PIME AND TAR  WILL CURE YOUR COLD.  l{em'oniber<th��rMW ttuid  at ^Corner of'Ward  1 1 _A at)drBaker Streeto.  XOMK.-AND SEE  US.  Limited.  :.-J;  OF  HEALTH  REGULATIONS  For the Prevention of the Spread of  Smallpox m the City of Nelson.,  ;, All passengers arriving at the City of Nelson  from all points out of.:tne Kootenay Rivor will  be required to furnish the Inspector or officer in  charge of. the carrying; but5 or *- these regulations  with a certificate from: the health-officer of the  city, or town from which he or she has left, containing the following particulars: '  1. (a) That heor sho has not been in any place  ~br"buildlng~lnfe��t���d:wlth smallpox~ ~"     "  - v- (W That he or phe has not lived ln any place  or building which lies dangerously near any Infected building or district.       >  - ���';.- (0) That boor she'has been successfully vaccinated since January, 1901.  : 2.' If tlio inspector 01  Infected, or j tliat; his"  effects contain infeotion, the-inspeotor Bhall detain such person and'his or her clothing and effects  asoforesald, until tho period of Incubation is over,  and suoh person and his or her clothing and othor  effects shall bo at once disinfected.  - 3.; Jf he only suspects that any person on board,  or the effects of anyjBuch person have been ox-  posed to infection, he shall notify tbe medical  health officer of thejooality to which the person  is going to meet the train or boat, and to keep the  ibsorvation.    -    ��-  lossenger bringing  '       ���  "     Ihos  ������ 4*- If tlio inspector believes that any person is  r^that;his*-or 'her 'clothing or other  rYlplfl��OF  ; -v ^Frbnti Doors *.: SA v  '- **��� ��:i ^In8ide^Ddors,'^.':,\4 -j;  ._    ;,;Scre8nVDopi��;\-���; v  . ,     ^JTOridows, -*^';Sj  �� Inside Eihish'.   y-  V   -v.   !--'''lboal and ooast.'/'  1 WlQOKfDg. %t   x  ,^ ' * local'and ooutr ~  NgwqI Hosts  Stair.Rail   J   -  Mouldings':,  ',   <.    y  Shingles     <  1 S/ ' R'oiighiand,  .Dressed Lumber  '    ' at all Und* ''.-'���''     '  m WHAT TOU WANT M'WOT VS WtOtX > '���  Wl WIU, 1UKB If WOO. TOO  CALL AND OKT PBIOBH.  J. A. Sayward  ���    HALI, AND LAKS BTSXCIR. NKUKHT  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  'i.-.j  V^- *. The census of'Canada>will;be taken in Apr^l,7and the population of the Several 'incorporated cities will be kidown^a short y  'time afterwards^   The Tribune publishes Daily and Weekly  ''  editions at the following rates of subscription byf mail:' Weekly;  'one'year $2; Daily, six months, $2.50; one year, $5.   The Daily  ^is,delivered-in'Nelson-by carrieivat the-following ratesi^Three  months, $2.50; six months, $5; one year,$10., A large number  of subscribers are in arrears, and a large number of subscriptions"  are about to expire, besides a large number bf people in Kootenay  , and Yale are about to renew subscriptions for newspapers for thet  year..  In,order to make it an object for all these people to pat1 -  ronize The Tribune, the^followingsums are offered asJprizes,toni:r  the following conditions:"*  y1'^,   * AS.'A ���.   -'. '   i:-'.SaA,w^-  Nelson ..". .'.:.'.    ..S60"  TkTEIflON IDNKRa' pjION'NO.~,m_ '^W; F> cf "fi  ,\ J&���Heats ln millers' union rooms, north* A  rooms, north-  'Wans m��m'  'east oorner Viotoria and Kootenaratneta,  Saturday evening ab 8 i_ft_it_n_r_x?vuiSrS  bgniwwlewna. JCR.Mowatti.P>BaM��n5rJama  Wilkes,. Seoretary.    Union Scau ot^Waoki. ir  FOB SJSW"    Dienuor-Per shift, , maoblne^'.Ks  men, $3J0: hammersmen miners, $3.86: mnoksw.-?,-'?? p-��  oarnwn, shovelers and other undei��roundlaboc-<-S  *.*���_"  ors, $300.;  ywi  (TIRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.-T1W regu-  a. ia, meetings of the Nelson Trades and labor  ��� CounoU will be held In the miners' union haU,"?'  _?��  $.&  >  Canada ."...-.*::/..:,  British Columbia .  Northwest Territories^  Manitoba.'..". sft.'."...'.t.V.  Ontario  '.:'.'.'..  Quebec I   New Brunswick   Nova Scotia A... .A-   The subscriber  $100  <-26i  l'K26*  ."?.V."261  .:..) 26;  .....    26  ......;*."26i  ;.... V'26 {  remit-ting  ^Rossland ...7  jKaslo'.-r:.'.:^:'  ^an'ddn. .,.,.. 7..  .Revelstoke. T.  Grand Forks  Phoenix   '-Greenwood ..  ..oi  11^  26  26  26  26  26  CORKER OF-  person thereafter undor.obsorval  4.-In the event of any passenger bringing any  baggage (hand orotlior wise) or whether the samo  Hhall-bo. forwarded 'by express, the following  certificate may also bo required from tbo hoalth  officer of the town or city aforesaid: '  XA- (a) That the' said baggage (hero give a full  description of said baggage so that therp can be  no question as to idenrTflcatlon) has not been '  In-  infected with smallpox.  *    :goge hag not boon stored  lidl  any place or buildli  ...(b) 'That the sai   'or used In any place or fiiiliHlng which lies dnn-  gerou��ly near to -any .infected building or district.' '*-. -  ���}.--: **-'/:''.'.*- ���'*  l  fl. All railway and steamboat com;  pa:  fat  .nles must  abovo  on or  beforo leaving the last point of call on Kootenay  furnish; tli    "  nTylog  with a cerU*aca^froih!the health officer of such  River must  charge'of the cai  urnish; the inspector or officer ih  out of these regulations.  points where fumigation' takes place that same  has been done.'.'.",' -, ^.*"'*: ��� ���: *.,"*'  (b)"All. cars'or steamboats on which havo  been ��� discovered infected- persons, baggage or  mail; will not be permitted to again convey passengers, baggago, etc., into tho City of Nelson  Tuntll disinfected and fumigated to tlie satisfaction of'the medical health officer of this olty.  - ��� - (c) No Iiidlans shall be allowed to land in the  City of Nelson under any conditions.  ' 'This proclamation goes into effect Immediately.  FRANK FLETCHER,  Mayor of the City of Nelson.  Di LABAU,  Medical Health Officer.  . Nelson, B. C, March 2nd, 1901.  Notice of  Application to  License.  Transfer a  Notice Is hereby given that J Intend to apply ab  the noxt sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners of the City of Nelson for permission  to transfer my retail liquor license for tho premises situate on the fcouth end of Lot 1, Block 6, in  tho City of Nelson/ and known as the Manhattan  saloon, to Charles H. Ink and Slegel Boyd.  CHARLES A. WATERMAN.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 15th day of Febru-  1901.- ��� ���  itness: Art-dub K. Vauohan.  ary,1901  Wf  NOTICE.  *  To  Contractors and Buildens.���On and after  March 11th, 1901. journeymen plasterers' wages  will be $6.00 per day of eight hours.   By order of  local Union-No. 172, O.P.LA.  .:^,\.     ^        '   J. D. MOVER; President,  AWiVitm, Sacretwy.- ��  ,   ���  HKNDRYX AND VgRNON STRBR8  Rough and  Dressed v  Lumber/  Shingles  Mouldings  M White Pine Lumber Always in  StooK.  We carry's complete Btock of  Ck��st Flooring, Ceiling, Inside 'Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order* work will receive  prompt attention. -_; - ���  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  H. L T. HAULTAIN, G. L  MINING  ENGINEER  OFFICK-8, 9, 10, _ _       UCI CflU  IC.-vW.-C. Blook "  -     .    " .    HfclSUH   ���  $2 in payment of either arrears-  or advance subscriptions'to The Tribune will be entitled to give  ���an estimate on the population of any two places in the list named  above ; $2.50, to three estimate's; $5.00, to five estimates; $10, tof  ten estimates.   Fill'1 out blank below, in accordance with above  terms, and remit'amount of subscription to  The Tribune Association, Limited   *. NELSON, B. C.  lUlUlllllll��lllllllirimmnTTTTTTTTn,imm.m,ii���,iiiiiii���iiiiiiiln rum  ��� -IttlllC    ..*...........���......���..���.������.������.������������....���.���..���,..���  ^"w��   \^lll��.v ..��...���.......,.���,......������.������..���...�����..���,���.���.���  Amount enclosed $ .'   Subscription to���   Edition of The Tribune  Estimate as to population of  BritislTColurnbia 7 .~     ��� ._  North-West Territories   IVIdnitwUM ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������      ������������������������������*�������������  v^illrti Iv    ����������������������������������������������������������� ���������>���*������������       ��������������������������*#���������*���  vUcUcw     ������*��������������������������������������������������������������������������������       ������������������������������������������������  i^iovv     i^i unswicfv ���������������������*�����*������������*���������*������     ������������������������������������������������  I^IOVn OOCTIn ������������������������������������������������������������������������������   *���������������������������������������������  City of Nelson   City of Rossland ���.".    . ���.  **wiTy   or   >r\asio........................    ...  City of Sandon   City of Revelstoke   City of Grand Forks   City of Phoenix   City of Greenwood   C.���P. B. building,; oorner.Baker and^SUatejL'  streets, on the first and third Thursday of eaohn i  montlK-arfiI p. m.> C.^J.-CUyton.   PMsident.,^  'A. T. Curio, Secretary,     r ��� > <   . -    - *oj  _nst\!_\  ��� "����,��!    f  V UIUU*.  n��w viotoria*and  Clayton, President),  stoeets.-  Kootenay streets." unaries ,5ft  " John MeLeod; Swrstary.^^^  Charles  ������&%�����  ���DARBERS' UNION.      J-';theInternatlonalJourneymen Barber��� "On-*'*&?  -Nelson Union, No.' 19^of  .._   -.-::��� -j ���ourneymen Barbers Utt:_<ss  ion of America, meeU every first and UUrd Mon- :M  (fffcVnf AOi<h mnnf.li In Turing** "        ���  -"    dayof each month in Miner's Union Hall: oorner-5��$  ��of Vlotortj and-Kootenay-streete/at &30,p.in.^  sharp.-, VislUng  brothers oordlally invited Ho f  attend." R.. McMahon, president; J. H. Mather  son, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, reoordlog  secretary.-.;,   ^,,   _^     .s,-.;^;^  TAB0RB��8'.UNIONJ-Nelson UibantiFp^M^  J-ft^Ovo Union, No. 8W1. A. F. of L:. meeU iil'S  Miners'.Union hall, C P. R. blook, oornerUA'&\  ^ff and 8|*nley rt^te. overyMondajr eveningtdi  ut730p.m. sharp. Vlsitln|t members of tteAmerT- '-Mi  <��n ;Federa(i<Ma��jootdiaQy invited. to. *tt��nd.iS  A. 3. Curio, President. John Roberts," re-s  cording secretary. * f,  >���������������������<  This offer holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.  miilliilinlniniiiiiil|ii  ���imiiTiiininunmimii  ���". ���*���   ESTATE OF FRANKS. CAMPBELL.  I-  In the matter of the Estato of Frank S. Campbell, late of the City of Nolson Inthe Province  of British Columbia, deceased. -  Notice is hcroby glvon, pursuant to the "Trustees and Executors Act" of the revised statutes  of the Province of British Columbia. 1897, Cap.  187, to all creditors and othors having claims  agaiuRt the estato of tho said Frank 8. Campbell,  who died on or about the 23rd day of December,  A. D. 1900, to send by post prepaid or delivered  to Messrs. Galliher & Wilson of the said city of  Nelson, solicitors foi Glenn M. Benny, the administrator of the personal estate and effects of tbo  said deceased, or to the said Glenn M, Benny of  the town of Sirdar in the proviuce of British  Columbia, their Christian and surnames, addresses, descriptions and full particulars of their  claims, statement of their accounts and the nature of the security. If any, held by them, on or  before the 1st day of April, A. D. 1901.  ' And further take notice* tliat after such last-  mentioned date the said administrator will proceed to distribute tho assets of the deceased to  the parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which he shall then have notice.  The mid administrator will not be liable for tho  said assets or any part thereof to any person or  sons of whore claims notice shall not have  n received by him at the time of such distribution. GALLIHER Sc WILSON.  Solicitors for  Glenn M, Beriny, administrator  for-Frank 8. Campbell, deceased  Dated this 28th day of February, 1901,  MORRISON & CALDWELL  GROCERIES  AND   -  PROVISIONS  OUR LEADERS-  The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter  In all sized packages and 1-pound bricks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Sprees'  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Stroet, Nelbon  President; Will J. Hatch. Secretary.  rjOOKS* AND WAITERS' UNION-.���..���. ���..  V/'meetlugs   every^Tueoday evening at 830?>,  o clock, in Miners' Union HaU, cornor of Baker "B��  andStenlej streets. - Vistiog brethren cordially &��  invited;   Chris. Lnft, president; H. Smolser.'fln  anclal and recording secretary.      '  g o'clook.   J.   D  Vice,* secretary, P,  P. I. A. No.  evening in tho   tanley streets, a*  tMnver,   president: William  O. Box 018. .   -  A  FRATERNAL  SOCIETIES.  i  NELSON LODGl  NO.M, A.F.*AiM  neaday In auta math.  m invtted.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS-^ Nelson Lodge. No  ��� ��� SB, Knights of Pythias, meets in LO. O. V.  inigbhi  tC. C.  HaU, oornerBaker and Kootenay streeta,  Tuesday evening at 8 o'olock.' visiting K  oortSuyinTitiidtoatteod.   8 o'olock.' Visiting  -.----is���r- ��� attend.* H.M. Vincent  A. T. Park, K. of R. ft 8.  TTOOTENAY-.TENrNO. L7. J0\_ O.^T. M,-^  ^���^���"Hold their regular meetings on tho first and  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting; Sir  Knights aro cordially Invited to attend. 0. A.  Brown, R.K.; A.'W.Purdy, Com.; It. J. Steel.  D. S. C.  ;^1  M-ELSON L. O. L, No.  ���*���' -.; HalL oorner Baker  1st -and 8rd Friday of.  brethern oordlallylnvlted.   W. W. Bradley,  31, A. Minty. Reoordlng-Seoretary.        .  mee��itnLH).0. F.  Kootenay'streeta,  VlstUnc  eyT^T  1 f    ^|  'At  NELSON LICENCE DISTRICT.  Notice is hereby given that David Church of  Krlo has made apollcaUon .under the provisions  of the "Liquor Llocnoo Act, 1900," for an hotel  licence for the B. C. Hotel rat Erie, and that a  mooting of tho Board of Licenco CommlssJoners  will bo held to consider such application at tbe  court bouse; at tho city of Nelson, ou Thursday,  the fourteenth day of March, 1901 at tho hour of  eleven o'clook ln the forenoon.  W. H. BULLOCK-WEBSTER  Chief Licence Inspeotor.  Chief Constable's Oflice; Nelson, B. C.  87th Fobruary, 1901.   >  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Gko. H. Lammkrs, J. R; Cranston, or to  any person or persons lo whom he may havo  transferred his >interest in the'Harvey Joy  'mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson  Mining Division. :  You aro horeby notified that I haveoxpended  One Hundred Dollars in labor and Improvements  upon the above mentioned mineral claim, in  order to hold said mineral claim undor tho  provisions of the Mineral Aot, and If within  ninety days from the date of this notice you fail  or refuse to contribute your proportIon of such  expenditure; together with all oosts of advertising, your. Interest in said olaim will become the  property of the subscriber,: under section four of  an Aot entitled "An Act to Amend tbe Mineral  Act,1900." . SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of Decentfeir, 1900.   NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNEES  To T. A. Stkvenbon, or to any person "or persons to whoni he may have transferred his  intorest in the LUa mineral claim, at Morn  ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:  You are hereby notified .that I have expended  tho suni of One Hundred and Fifty-Seven Dollars  iu labor, and improvements  upon   the abovo  mentioned mineral claim, in'order to hold said  mineral claim undor the   provisions   of ��� tho  Mineral Act,* and if within ninety days from the  date of this notice you -fall or refuse to contribute  your proportion of such expenditure, together  , with all .costs of advertising, your Interest in raid  claim will become the proporty of the subscriber,  under section tour of an Act entitled "An Act to  Amend the Mineral Act, 1900."  DANIEL  HERB.  Datod this 12th day of Fobruary, 1901.  AB0B2TE0TS.   ,  ,_^ * CARRIE���Asohltmte.   Bmm  t$i ft Afrffdww Mgftfr. *ffnirrr ���hwQiiim  EW^? -^Jfl^fl&S*��&a*MS^^  *��Wra^��JJt<mtiJtK���  ��� wii*Mia**wiiftiLttrni>KiT*T'aw*biiu>^ WM-wtoEMmcarasyM  \  ��� THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B C. SATURDAY MARGH 9 1^01  Assayers Supplies  We cerry in stock  a full  Iin3 of Assayers' and Chemists'  Suoples.   The  quality  of our goods cannot be excelled  ��   rpnftnnaMf;. ��� =     ��� ' * =  and cur prices  We are British -Columbia Agents for  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  '     WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  ERUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO,  VICTORIA   BLOCK NELSON,   B. C.  m  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  NELSON, _B..C.  >     .      ,  i___^mmmA ������*  Builders and  a./        Contractors  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 havo heretofore extended them.  My  ' -aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest  'possible'prices.    Being in a position to manufacture goods in larger  , quantities, than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure. - ���i''  "��� , ;< It is our-intention to install machinery to manufacture our  marble products, and next season we shall be ln a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.'  : We shall also Keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay, -  -~Tiles"and Cement.*       - r  Our Bricks and Limp Bock have taken the First Prizes at the  ? Spokane Industrial,Exposition in 1899 and also this year. We also  ,i secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  ': Stone. ���>  ���  ��� ��� ���-';',"     *     .    -,  ,,    ���  u/^VifWe are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  C^'Biillders.   ' \'       _'y tAt.    S i:.,-.-^:.,.   " .���  . ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for Tbe Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  ' . -    f. . ,        * -  Successor* to -'      ,      '  The West Kootenay Brick <fr Lime Co., Ltd'  CITY LOCAL NEWS  At its regular meeting on Sunday  afternoon the Socialist Educational  Club will discuss the subject of  public ownership of public utilities.  "Social Thieves" will be the subject of Rev. William Mnuro's sermon at Emmanuel church tomorrow  evening. Tiie usual excellent vocal  and instrumental music will be  rendered and a cordial invitation is  extended to everyone.  J. Y. Griffin, the well-known commission merchant of Winnipeg, accompanied by his wife, has arrived  in the city and will remain here for  a day or two. During his stay he-  will inspect the work at his branch  "here. He reports trade as very  good in'the east.  The committee on arrangements  is preparing a choice program for  the entertainment to be held at the  Congregational   church, under the  auspices'ot the choir on Monday,  March 17th.   The plan of,seats will  be opened at'the Canada Drug &  Book Company's store on , Monday!  The chemical wagon of the fire  department was taken to MeLeod  & McDonald's blacksmith shop for  repairs   to   the   brake .yesterday,  which has never been in good working order sinco it was received.-The  upset the other day ateo necessitated    the    overhauling    of    the  machine.  Tlie two boys who  with assaulting a Chinaman came  before   magistrate   Crease   at the  police court yesterday. After hoar  OVER FOUR THOUSAND ACRES  In Blairmore Coal Belt.  S. W. Gebo ot Red Lodge, Montana, who, with the Hon. H. L.  Frank of Butte, Montana, owns a  large-section of the Blairmore coal  fields, was ih ' the city yesterday.  They own about 4000-.acres, situated immediately to the east of the  land controlled by Msssrs. Procter  and Fishburn of Nelson and V.  Hyde Baker of Cranbrook. They  secured 'the property about three  months ago,"and since that time  active development work has been  carried on.'. As yet only one seam  has been" located, but Mr. Gebo said  there were 'probably several more.  They got into the country during  the winter and consequently will  not explore extensively until the  snow has left the ground.  On the seain which was located,a  large 'amount of "development has  been - done with a staff of forty  miners. !t A tunnel i-or drift on the  lead has been run over 300 feet. A  shaft has also been started on the  seam. A large amount of machinery,  consisting of hoist?, drills, apd in  fact everything to carry on development woi-k successfully has been  installed at the workings. Although  the shaft has been sunk but forty  35TE3LS02ST  STIEIRS  Sc  CO.  KA8LO  s^.3srx303sr  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES I  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES ��B^-  4  Sole Agents for tl|e Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  .   SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  telephone: s e.  Store. Cornor Baker and Josephlno Stieet  _ , uuo ouaiu uap ueeii suiik  oue iorcy f  were Phariml < feefc the machinery' is sufficient to !  inaman came   ����* " *"�� A��Pth/'of 2000 feet. J  The vein on which the work is being   conducted is   twelve  feetViu  police court yesterday. -After hoar- |- " &*,   V."--   -1        ���' *'   ���     ��� * m  ing the evidence they were found   Wl^-' bu.t ��Pfl����SM much wider,  guilty and each was fined $1.   Be- ! .. ���?. 1la*ne -:has **ready reached  fore the boys were allowed to, go  they were given a severe lecturo by  V-c  * ������*  his worship.'  G. II. Hoffmeister.of the Canadian  General Electric Company of Vancouver is in the city. This company  installed the electric .plant on the  new tug Valhalla, and since it was  first operated the dynamo has not.  given satisfaction". Mr. Hofftneister  inspecte'd'the plant yesterday aud  put it into good working order. 7 '  Constable C. W. Young of  the  provincial   police /department   re  the shipping "stagey and now two  cars per day are being sent'out by  the company.    On the market the  .coal finds a ready demand, and by  those who .have, used   it   is   pronounced of an' excellent quality.    '  Being on the line of the C. P. R.  , ready transportation facilities are  /available.?- -A considerable,- amount  '���of the coal has already beeriJused'in  Nelson.   Mr. Gebo is in the city arranging for further shipments. "  ; -The construction j and; establishment of coke ovens'; will-���follow.^at  *ari earljr^date'^this   spring   7,-i_,__*���  tersall vs. S. O. McMillan and the  former against Paul Hauck, all of  Slocan City, which was before the  county court on Tuesday and lett  to be argued in chambers,was the  other action considered,-'but judgment was reserved- .In.this case  the plaintiff is suing for $250, which  was due him from McMillan. The  latter packed goods for Hauck in  connection with the Bondholder  mine and the money, due McMillan  was sufficient to cover the plaintiff's  claim, therefore Tattersall gar-  nisheed all money due McMillan  which was in Ilauck's .possession.,  r Hauck states that he had received  written orders for the full amount  before he.was notified , of the garnishee. The evideuce in the case  was contradictory.  The farms in ^ the neighborhood of  Pretoria have been proved rich in  coal, copper, gold and diamonds.  Just  r- _--���     t ~w , Mvp.. VU.CUV     ,c-      i*u    cuiijr      UULU   ^ LHI3     Spring.      UU9C  ^turned to the city yesterday morn- I how many., ovens' will .be "erected  ing after making an extended trip will depend entirelyon the demand  to Kaslo and Whitewater..  He was    for fuelJ''   A'-7  .delivering to   the mine-owners,of  the ��� district official notices' which  'require'them to furnish the department of mines with, certairitinfoY  mation at oiice/  ; Perhaps you did not know,  ' but'5 we'want yoii 'to learn:  now ancL remember that;  v we make a ' feature of  . cheese of all kinds.  MacLaren's Imperial In all Sizes.  MacLaren's Roquefort.  Imported Swiss.  Also the. Finest Canadian Cream.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  it!  Fi  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone IO        �� K-W-C Baker Street  The Nelson Clothing House  - Great Slaughter Sale..  A hew bylaw will, be. introduced  at'the'council meeting on Monday  night. It is to provide for the regulation   of' the  city   cemetery!/ It  states the various charges that will  hereafter be made   and'��� also  pro-  1 vides for the keeping of the lots in  aproper condition; This is the first  ordinance of its kind that has ever  come before the council of Nelson."  S. M." Logan of Rossland,"manag-  ing director of the Juno Gold Mining Company, who has been in the  eity for the past two days, made a  trip of inspection to the property  yesterday. He has let a contract  to Robert. Nelson to run tlie present  tunnel a distance of 200 feet further. Mr. Logan reports that the  property is looking well, and the  company, expect .better results at'  Mr. Gebo said that.the"amouut of  coal there - wi&s' practically   unlimited and tliat when wbrk was. well  under way the output could ^easily  be .made; to" r|iiclr 2000 tons per. day.  Both MlvGefip anii. Mr.v Frauk,.are  millionaires and the amount of capital necessary'ito develop tho  property will hot' be limited.   The   industry will be''a large one and is of  considerable'   importance   to    the  Kootenays.   Mr. Gebo said that  as  soon'as 'the' [undertaking    was  thoroughly established they, would  enter into contracts with the smelter companys 9f the country and he  was sure that a large demand could  ��� be met.     -   " "���  - \  the completion of the contract."  Mining Eecorda.  ^ The  following   mining   transac  tions   were    recorded    yesterday:  PROCEEDINGS IN CHAMBERS  Two Oases Disposed of,   ,  '" Two'important cases came before  judge Porin at chambers, whicli  -were keld-in-the court house-yesterday morning. In the case of Hyde  &'Titsworth vs.' Webb'-and Morrison  ��& Caldwell, which was .disposed of  in December but decision reserved,  Locations-Oversight on Porcupine'! his   worship   gave    judgment  FROM 10 TO 26% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY. DAYS.  creek by. Robert McRobert9 ; certi  flcates of work���to Joseph Campbell on Antonio, to O. L. Pearson  on the Zealandia, to Erie Mountain  Consolidated Mining Company on  the Houlton, M. S..C - and Princess  ���No. 1. A certificate of improvement .was issued to"the Erie Mountain Consolidated Mining Company  on tho Gilford claim.  in  favor of Morrison & Caldwell. The  case was complicated and (involved  many interesting points of law. In  the first place - Hyde?V& -Titsworth  received judgment against Webb;  a teamster, who was \v9rkiug for tbe  .    PERSONAL.  N.D. Darling of Vancouver is at  Iho Queen's.'  C. McVicar of Ymii is in the eity  on business.  A., Chisholm of Robson is at ^th'e  Madden Houso.        , .    .  Mr. and Mrs. colonel Brayton of  Kaslo are In the city today. ,_ ' -       , - 2  J. H. Bauer.and: W.-C Briggs of  Edraontou arrived in tho city yesterday. .  .  ,W,H, McLaren of Hamilton, who  arrived ln Nelaon yesterday, will remain here a  few days.      ,   .   - i     _-���-..--���, ...w  M.'Banks.and D. F. Dickson ,of  Winnipeg and C. L. Ligbtfoob of Vancouver are  at 1 he Hume.   - .   - >  James D. Sword of Montreal,'"C.  A. Godson of Vancouver and E.'H. Wedekind oA  Spokane are at tho I'hair..  J. K. Clark, a mining man of New  , Denver, arrlved'in the city last evening en route  homo from Rossland whore he has Just recovered  tfom a severe attack of la grippe.   >  ' V -^ TT '-���)'}'-'<   5C*-***''-  BUSINBS8   MgNTIQN.  Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.      ,'    '\.'   r'7 . .  .To let���Furnished room's' in.Carney block.  Apply Miss Qarrbtt.,  Vr , -  ���     ,  s .Go to the Old. Curiosity' Shop if  you want to buy or sell anything. - j >  Cash paid for scrap iron, brass  and copper.   Nolson Iron Works..  Hack  calls left at - the   Pacific  <EH___?et b*rn on Vwnon street).  'Telephone  call 36.-  t '��� 7  - r  -"For  Rent���Two-room -house on  Victoria stieet.' Apply Matheson-& Graham's  barber shop.  Nelson    Employment5    [Aleency,  Bakor ptreet, J. n. Lovo.   Help   of all kind-  furnished. ���        ,, ,       ������ .���'  For Rent.���Two fine offices" centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan,* Bank'  of Montreal.  Two large, well-furnished rooms  to let. 1 and 5 Macdonald block, corner Josephine nnd Vernon.  ���Lost���A-red pocketbook contain--  IWHff'fT'i WO reward for its return to adjutant  McGill, Salvation Army.  .  Japan Tea of all kinds to suit  your taste. Sun Cured, Sp'der liOg, Pan Fired  in bulk or jjackagos.  Kootenay Coffee Co.  Wanted���A few first-class stohe-  mahons and stonecutters on tbe Robson bridge.  Union wftges paid.' Apply at the work. John  Gunn. ,  For fresh candies, fruits, nuts, &c,  cigars and tobnecos of tho best brands, call at the  Bon Ton Confectionery, Baker street, Miss A:  It. Klinkwltz.  Furnished Room to Let���Large  fro^t room to let; centrally located. ApDly.toM.  M. Fraser, East Victoria streel, noar corner of  Hondryx.  Found���A gold chain and locket  Youi* Paplor  1 -. ���. i*i  MAV Sf-FS ��22* JHE MOST  BEAUTIFUL. FURN'-  TURE  THAT THE   EVE   COULD  GAZE  UPON.  BUT  WHAT  ABOUT YOUR   ,  Dining Room  If you haven't the proper material for-this room���material  that will supply the inner man���your parlor will be of very little  comfort to you.; We have Glass and Chinaware good enough  for the king's table, and in groceries our shelves are laden with  the very choicest goods. Anything and everything. The prices,  you all know, are the lowest. , ...  WILLIAM HUNTER & COMPANY  -, GROCERIES AND CROCKERY  BAKER 8TREET, NELSON.  THE ;,PROSPECTOR^ ,iE)|CCHANGE;  ". ;r      No. -*, K. W. C. Block,   '      ���.NELSON, B..O.    .-> }i{  S  ' Gold, SUvep-Lead and Copper Mines wanted"itftba Exohange.'    ^>  Pi-ee-MUUner Gold Properties wanted at once for'^Bastern Inveetors."   -'  Partiesi having: ininingr proporty for salo are requested to send sainplos otTthelr ore to tho  S^TBMUri!' ColumbbT6 d��8 f.e t"?,he" tTOm ��" Vrosp^toSr^h^e promising mineml  in Nrtson!CU>r8'a,ld mlnl��g me" aW rbque8ted to ma.ke ��>o ExchanRe tholr headquarters' when  All samples should bo sent by express, Prepaid.   Correspondence 1 solicited.-'~ -    ":f  5  .. 'Address aU commnnlcaUons to     -        " .;      :^  U,.s'#<?A   rA���   Z i Vt".   -i   ,"  Telephone 104 ANDREW F. ROSENBERGER.    -  ;\. ..  P.O. Box 700 - . ltrrA V-;.-���     .vf ;,   Nelfonl-kc.  iiiimiiimmmmimiiiiiiHiHmTtTtTiiiiii,.^  iJlllllllimmT-CTrrllTTnrTTT mTHITTrttTCPTni  asrvEHiSoisr  OPERA HOUSE  MONDAY, MARCH 11th.  Queen's  Funeral  Procession  'The Gait 'Coal office lias been'  removed to 'tlie Ward building, on Baker -street���two  .doors westTa P^,R,, offices.  A full .supp'ly-of Gait Coal  now on hand. ���      '. , -    ���  WILL BE REPRODUCED WITH  tyoving  Pictures  W. P. TIERNiEY,  Telephone No. 205     General Agent.  seats, and  your own  Don't fail to secure  you will .witness, with  eyos   the Grand Military Funeral  of the  greatest  ruler   the   world  has ever had.  Are now on the market. Give  them' a trial. Manufactured by  the Nelson Cigar Factory.,.   .  '  iii uitoi lu m������ iTOiu iui uijiiiik uuwi i, i mm; utoumj iu wu ror uio noxi rnirij aftys nil  goods in stock at ureutlv reduend prices. All hoary goods away down. coHt not considered, and in  ���Jlothlng, Oonts' FurnlxhiiiKH, Hals and Caps, and Boots and Shoos I will give from 10 to 25 por cont  diflconnt, and all Rubbor Goods at cost. Now tr-tho clianco to partake of the best bargains over  ��� "ifTercd in tho Kootonuys. My stock is all now and up-to-dato and tho Halo is genuine, so now avail  yourself of the host opportunity lo got gooi goods at less than wholosalo prices. Romoinbcr this is  lor only 30 days, ^^^^^^^ _______  J.  A.   CHLrKBR,  Proprietor.  MURALO  MURALO  -.   '  As housecleaning will soon be the order of the day we would  ���invite your attention to our stock of PAINTS and VARNISHES.  For kalsomining there is nothing that gives better satisfaction  rthan MURALO.   We have twenty-five shades to select from.  Ask for color card.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  I BEAUTIFUL  GRAVUKES  AND  ETCHINGS  ;.",     of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  'of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  Thinks He Has a Suitable Team.  Blake Wilson, manager for P.  Burns & Co., has made. arrangements with the city to submit for  its inspection a team of horses  which he.has at Revelstoke. Mr.  Wilson'says that-the team weighs  2800 pounds and would be suitable  in every way for the services of the  fire / department.' Transportation  wilLbe paid-by him so that thecity  stands tif'lose nothing by testing  them. The<teani is now used by P.  Burns -fcX/o.-'  ��*��� *���'A   .  '  Saw'Mill Activity.  The management of the Nelson  Saw & Planing Mills, Limited, is receiving large orders for rough and  dressed lumber daily. This is due  to the approach of the building  boom in Nelson which is expected  to be much-eaiHer this year than  last. Various parts of the machinery  at the mill are being put in order  and during the latter part of next  week the mill will resume operations  for   the   summer   run.    Logs   are  Athabasca   Mining, Company  and ! n Found���A &��M chain and 1  ���.i ~ i     i i *r��i   n   j    ;     *'u I Ownor,can have same by proving prope  who had earned $160. Hyde ��fc Tits-   paying for this advertisement. Apply"  worth earnisliftfid f.hiii mnnmr.iMnP.    Tribune offlco.  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  worth garnisheed this money. Mor  rison & Caldwell immediately filed  a  claim   for   the amount on the  grounds that,the team which ?Webb  had  been   using   had  earned the  money and that they had the first  right to it because; .they' had sold  the team to Webb, 'under a 'verbal1  agreement tliat all money earned  [by    the    "team" should      belong"  to   them   until the" animals   were  paid for.' They also claimed-that  this amounted to an equitable assignment of the/money and  therefore Hyde & Titswortll could not  place a garnishee on it. The plaintiffs showed in evidence that Morrison & Caldwell had taken the team  back and their solicitor argued that  by so doing Morrison & Caldwell  had   canceled   the   assignment,  if  there had ever been any.. In giving  his decision judge-Forin held that  the   original   agreement  -between  Morrison   &  Caldwell  and Webb  property and  "'Locket."  Reserved Seats   -   -  Back Seats in Gallery  60  25  are selling at thirty cents per pound is giving  the best of satisfaction to our many customers.,  Kootenay Coffee Co.  y Hotel for Sale.���$7000. Best road  SSSS!9 *���� Kootonay. Well stocked and furnished.  83000 cash, bulance six months. Thorpe & Co..  Limited, Nolson, B. C.  For Sale���Barbg^shop, fruit and  nows stand. Close to steamboat landing and  station Cheap. Satisfactory reason for leavIiik.  Apply T. Pinniche, barbor, Nakusp, B. C.  Western Canadian Employment  Office���Malo and female help of all kinds furnished frea of charge. Vi( torla street, new door  to Public Library.   Phone 270.   P. O. Box 711.  For Rent���House on' the corner  of Kront and 'Park streets. Five rooms,  bath room, etc. Bent, including water, $25. Apply to K. Kilby, next door to McBride's stables.  Copper, Copper, Copper. Copper.  mines and prospecrs wanted. Send samples and  report to The Prospectors' Kxchange. Room 4.  K-W-C Block, Nelson, B. C. Phone 104. P. O.  box No. 700.  We  have   Indian,   Ceylon   and  China  Teas in great varioty, choicest quality.  Wo make a specialty of blending teas and sell,  them in any quantity at lowest rates.  Kootenay  Coffee Co.  Gold,   Gold,   Gold.-Free  milling  gold mines and prospoc' s wanted.   Send samples  J. E. AHNABLE, Manager  THE PALM  TEA AND COFFEE PARLORS.  J. Lovell Smith, Prop.  "    Victoria Streot.  Nelson Tent  Awning Factory  A fresh consignment of fine table apples, also  Oranges aud Lemons  Tents,  of-  awnings,   and   all kinds  canvas goods made  - j to order.'   ,  THEO MADSON, Proprietor  -    Baker Street, Nolson        " '  LEAVE YOUR  ORDERS  FOR ALL  FLOWERS.  KINDS. OF CUT  Ro��erv�� d Seat plan now open at the Palm for  'Monday Kvening's Entertainment in the Opera  Houso.  L Houston Block  Telephone 18J. *  P. C -Box J7A. -  .it .j  -h-r  JOHN A. IRVING & CO,  l  also  defeat  Hyde   &  Titsworth's  .-.   -���      ^"6o  mc i claim' under the garnishee;' He also  being brought down the lake and a ' stated that the taking back of the.  good stock is now on hand.    It is   team did not affect the agreement,  the intention of the company to re-   Therefore Morrison & Caldwell resume full operations so as to meet   ceived judgment for the $160 with  the demand which it is thought will.. cos.ts. .  be much greater this year than last. J    The adjourned case of P. A. Tat^  muuisuu tx, i/tuuweJi ��uu ��v eon gow mines ano prospoc-s wanted. Send samples  constituted an assignment of the | f.^Sioot.^S Mhon��r'p^^  earnings of the team, and it would ' No. 700  John Love, representing the Consolidated Stationery Company. Ltd, Winnipeg.  U in the city. He will bo in the Kootenay; Slocan and Boundary districts for several weeks,  during which time his headquarters will lie at  the Hotel Hume.  Wanted ��� A woman . .who oan  take charge of general housework.---Three  children. Good home for right person. Wages  818 a month. ��� Will pay half fare to Ferguson,  write at onoe tyR. P. Pettl��lece, Ferguson, B. C,  core of Bag]*. ...  K. W. C. Meek,  Ward Stroet.  Telephone 254.  The Palm  Spring  Suitings  '���y  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  1 ' 1  Largo stock of high-class Imported goods. A  speokutlr of tho square shoulder���tne Utert  fashtaalai���*~  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 Tfoiiserlngs  E. Skinner  Noelands' Building, Baker Street.  MtED J. SQUIBB.  ntn-'.'iwiWFgcMi^ -ttoiuvtzistm <��,.->I *.f �� '

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