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Array 1  . -  wV  ,    ').   '  -'' ~^A?m  _ - -> > t'!S  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  NINTH YEAR.  THE.TRIBUNE: NELSON E C. FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  THE KERR  INVESTIGATION  POLIOS    COMMISSIONERS    HEAfi  EVIDENCE   ON   THE CASE.  Many Witnesses Testify to the Efficiency of.the,Deposed Officer���A'  Continuance Until Today.  If  The police commissioners' enquiry  which, was opened, in the police  ���< court .yesterday, afternoon to ascertain the efficiency of police constable Kerr, and'also the efficiency  of the police department, drew a  crowded house. All the commissioners were present, and the witnesses one after another were called  and invited to tell what they knew  of constable Kerr or ,any other  member of the force, and to supplement this with their personal'opinion as to the relative efficiency of  Kerr and the other members of the  police department.  From the evidence submitted it  was brought out that a.general impression, .existed   that    constable  Kerr was dismissed from the force  in order,to appease the wrath of P.  J. Russell of the Athabasca'saloon,  who wa? alleged to have.,had some  "words with Kerr,over.the running.  _ of a roulette wheel^ , In,' every jjase,  however,, the source   of these re-  . ports'was traced-to .Kerr himself,,  ' and as he has. not given,any evidence, and ~ no 'attempt has been  made ��� as- yet^to'-meet' the general  report, the case stands there. *'  "~ <  "The   inquiry  is to ;be 'resumed  today, - when;'itvis;*Jthought   that  some light <will-be thrown upon the  * charges against JKerr,- upon ''which  ' the commissioners claim his suspension  was  based,.and .until  this .is  done comment upon  the.proceedings would,be'premature.;!5 -,>�� 77L^ ,  -r'~Jame's Eawrericeythe first witness '  called, did not-materially assist tlie  commissioners, in their.inquest.   He  signed the document withbutreading  its preamble; did" not know, Kerr,  and had no charges to make against  the commissioners. ���*   . w.  Fred Irvine'improved upon this.  He had no charges,to make against  the commissioners or the police officials, but he bad known,Kerr for a  couple of years, and in his opinion  he was just as good a man as there  was upon the force. - "��� " ''; '  Jacob'Dover's ,evidence was practically the same as that .of ���** Fred  Irvine.       ''. -   ���  J. Laing, Stocks testified that he  had kuown Kerr for some time and  was satisfied that 'he was a trust-  _worthy_man._.He_knew,_further-  more, that he had literally carried  put instructions which he. had received from the late mayor, even to  the extent of clashing with the  chief of police. The witness had  heard such statements and asked  Kerr to verify them, which he had  done. ' It was also reported that  while Kerr was performing police  duty iu connection with the Athabasca saloon he had been threatened that he would lose his job.  The witness expressed 'his- own  opinion upon this by saying that if  au officer was dismissed for fully  discharging his 'duty it was time  something was "done.  A. J. Marks testified that he gave  the police officers close attention,  and from his own observations he  considered Kerr a good man. His  objection to the action of the commissioners was that an experienced  man in Kerr had been dismissed,  and that an inexperienced man had  been appointed in his place.  Alderman Irving added his  tribute to the reputation of constable Kerr for ability and trustworthiness. He had known him  for two years.  E. E. Phair confessed that he  was iu the same boat as James  Lawrence in that ho did not know  Kerr, had never read the petition  which ho signed, and had nothing  against the commissioners or police  officers.  Alderman Paterson'sacquaintance  with' constable Kerr established his  conviction that Kerr was a trustworthy policeman. The only thing  he had against the. commissioners  was their dismissal of a man who  had some experience and the  appointment of a man who had  none.  J. A. Kirkpatrick and C. Morrison  were the next two .witnesses, but  their evidence did not disclose anything  more  startling   than   that  thoy knew Kerr and considered, him  a good police officer.  J. II. Matheson testified, that  Kerr was a man who could be  depended upon to do his-duty." He  was never to be found, on the street  corners talking municipal politics.  W. F. Teetzel said he had known  Kerr for two years, and always  understood that he - was a * good  police officer. He did not know  any better man on the force.  In reply - to" commissioner Cameron, as to what' the object of the  business men's document .was, Mr.  Teetzel replied: ""It is generally  understood that Kerr was dis-  cl��v3ed because'he was attempting  ^eS^gyg||lnr-Set out  what you ufii '  Mr. Teetzel���I understand that  because Kerr had informed or made  some complaint that P. J. Russell  was running a roulette wheel that  Russell threatened' to see. that he  was discharged and forced to walk  out of town; and a few days afterwards the man was discharged.  Commissioner Fletcher���You do  not know of course whether that  matter came up before the board,  or that I issued the instructions in  the Russell case and that Kerr had  nothing to do with it.  4 Miv Teetzel-^I 'have given you.  Mr. Kerr's statement of the* case!/  and the general impression is  that  he was discharged because-he tried  to do his duty/  I do not attempt  to. say ..whether the statement is  correct or not." -7" ' ^ -"l    "  E.v C. Traves said he had known  Kefrfor about three years and he  did.;not tthink^ there/was., a" better^  man ��riri* the .force: "'He ^explained  that he had signed the' petition'be^  cause he did not consider that ^ the  commissioners   had.given Kerr//W  square deal. . ,He ^understood "that/  Kerr���was"dischaVged^fo*r trying'to,  do his. duty in the-.matter ,of .the  roulette   wheel in  the Athabasca  saloon, and that Russell had threatened to have Kerr discharged. Personally'he thought Russell-had^ar  great deal to do with the action, of  the commissioners iri'firing Kerr/  Commissioner -��� -Fletsliev-y What'  arot-your"grounds * for supposing  this?     ��"���< !f*-t5    *     l    *_,? t :  ���  Mr. Traves-'f Well," if Russell says  he will see that*a policeman is fired,  in two or three days.and if- in two  or three daysl the, niaii" is ��� fired/' I  think that*'.makes : pretty .good  ground for supposing, that Russell  had a lot to do with it.J *~ - '*' .  Commissioner Selous���Who gave  you this information? ���  , Mr. Traves���;The .most of my information came from, Kerr himself.  J. L. Stocks was recalled at the  request "of commissioner Selous,  who desired him to state,where his  information came from.  Mr.'Stocks replied that the infoi'r  mation in the first place came from  F. L. Irwin and dtliers, and that^be-  _fore^signing- the -petition���he^had-  sent for Kerr and cross-questioned  him.     The   statement Kerr made  upon the Russell 'matter was that  he heard* the roulette, wheel running in the' Athabasca saloon, the  running of which had  been condemned by the city'authorities. He  took steps' to gain access and then  saw that the wheel was running.  Two days after. P. J. Russell asked  him to step aside as he wanted to  speak'to him. _ Russell- then 'asked  him' if,/he"had reported that the  wheel was running, to which Kerr  replied that he had.    Russell  then  threatened that he would have him  fired.   The witness added his-own'  comment   that   wheu   the   thing  happened    that    Russell    threatened    he    would    accomplish    it  looked    bad.     .The   second   matter    to . which    witness    Stocks  referred in his first examination related,'to   the time when constable  Kerr   received    instructions   from  mayor Houston tp run certain undesirable" parasites  out   of  town.  Constable Kerr, acting on these instructions, ordered a certain man  out  of  town and two days later  he learned that the chief of police  had waived the instructions which  constable. Kerr had received .from,  the   mayor and   allowed the   man  ordered out by Kerr, to remain in  town.  .Charles G. ,Hyslop, who at one  time was employed by the chief as  a special, was then called and  turned over to Kerr for examination. - In answer to some questions  he replied that from association  with Kerr on ���'police work he regarded him as an efficient police  officer who had shown good judgment in many matters.'  Chief Jarvis then examined Hys-  lop upon the McAllister case, in  which a man by the name of McAllister had threatened to shoot Hys-  RECRUITS  LEAVE  NELSON  CONSTABULARY VOLUNTEERS EN  _ -ROUTE. TO OTTAWA.  Escorted  >   and  to the Steamer, by a Band  Given a Hearty Send-off/  by., the Citizens^     [   ,  Recruiting is completed and at 5  o'clock this morning the 34 young  men of Nelson ..who ; have'volunteered to do mounted police duty  in South Africa under the command  of Baden-Powell will be taken to  their destination.   All day yesterday   recruiting   officer   lieutenant  Beer was busy at the armory completing arrangements.  All the men  were sworn iri and vaccinated. Their  departure in the evening was the  main     feature      of    'the'      day.  At    9:30.  all   who    had- enlisted  assembled    at    the    armory.- and  awaited the command to " fall in."  Baker street was crowded and lined  with   men,   women  and  children,  many qf them being friends of those  departing, *��� aud " many ,   merely  onlookers.     Many" a   " Good-bye,"  ."Good luck," and *i A- safe-return, -  were heard. _At _9.45 tbe>( military  band struck upv" Tommy. Atkins,"  and the boys .filed down the street  to' the C.".P.,^R.'Wha*rf,vwliere*"tthey  went^aboard' the Kokaneel? Three  ringing cheers ..were" given by "the'  ^many who had followed.   The' contingent "was   under'military-j^dis*'  .cipline.. H.  B. .Davis^'whcK-laliely  returned from the-fronts and: has  're-enlisted, was appointed sergeant  in command, with W..H.; Smyth, _J/  Gravely/and A. Gannoway as acting-  corporals. ^ At ,12'. o'clock,   as the  train from Robson was two hours  late, the Rossland boys arrived and  wero.immediately marched on board-  the steamer./"'" /'" "  * " Tq^the thirty-three who had been  accepted one,, more applicant had  been taken, it being VW. Moorhouse  of Greenwood. 'There'will also be  two-''more, taken from Rossland.  Dr. Kennedy and 'lieutenanti\ Beer  left ��� for t Fort. Steele, where they  will recruit ,ten men, making the  total number that <��� leaves from the  Kootenays about'65.  ��� At Kootenay Landing three special 'cars await the contingent.  Each man will be supplied,.-with all  the traveling necessities. The noncommissioned officers will, be given  separate berths .and a,few. extra  privileges. ~   _  When. the men were sworn in  they took the oath, to do duty in  Ellingson appeared at" the office .of  major Blakely'and denied emphatically that he .hadvinade the confession related by captain Hodgson.  He made his denial in the presence  of captain Hodgson, who very  positively-reasserted that Ellingson  this morning,i had made a clean  breast of-bis negligence. Ellingson  maintained^ that/he heard only a  few short sij^aIs;Tpossibly perhaps  of 10 seconds} - duration, and that  he had attached* no< Importance to  them/as they were hotlorig, blasts.  "   *"* " -'      ~~��~*��r i^,  s.    ��*���* *  An Emphatic- Denial *    .  Greenwood/ % February 28.���  fSpecial- to , Thef Tribune.]���An  'emphatic denial is giVen the report  emanating from ^ Phoenix that  James J. Hilljof tlleGfreat Northern,  is behind the new (owners of the  jGreenwood-Phoenis^Tramway Com-  pany, and that he "Would build the  line as a portion 'b| the Coast-  Boundary'railway. The new owners  of the'..charter are a group of  .London, England, 'financiers, perfectly capable of building the tramway/- L. M. Rice, C.?E., of Seattle,  formerly chief engineer of construction for the Canadian Pacific in the  Boundary, has accepted the position  of superintendent of construction  of the tramway.-.He will be .here  next week to commence operations.  Owing rto the'.train/being eight,  hours late the .opening session"of  tbe convention "of^"the Associated  Boards of Trade Was 'postponed till  tomorrow.'-./ - - r. A%-    .���� -.  ",  SMALLPOX SCARE AT FERNIE  EASTEEN  CANADA TELEGRAMS.  A WELL KNOWN DENTIST CONTRACTS THE DISEASE.  Many Guests of the Royal Hotel Are  *   Quarantined in the Building���  Rigid -Precaution.'    A<   '   '  .- Further information, concerning  the smallpox scare at Fernie which  was published in The Tribune ttvo  days ago,. has been received.-" The  victim of the disease .is Dr. John  Barber,  a, well - known  ��� New Finds on Copper River.'  - ^Victoria, February 28. ��� The"  steamer Bertha arrived this afternoon at :Union/-Bay, but,had no  passengers from Nome. There were  three passengers from Valdes^who.  'report" excitement^ Were; qvet:firids  in> t]ie Copper; River 'district,'"  -X "~  -3-  ���V  FAILED^vTp&MATERIALIZE  \W  . �� *> V   "     .*���' f^X^L. --h '   _ -������.   -   ������  NEWPORT FOUND NO PASSENGERS  -'  ATKATMAI.,       .   -*. a-  Extremely Oold Weather in ther;North  ���Indians Suffering From a Disease   '  ;-.  . ��vResembliing Smallpox.       .   "*  Port Townsend, February 28.���  The expected exodus, from ^ Cape  Nome-by way of the Katmai route  failed to materialize, according to  reports brought by "the" steamer  Newport, arriving from there this  afternoon. The New port" "sailed  from here'fivejiveeks ago expecting  to find a large number of passengers  at Katmai who were to reach that  were to  -the"serviceof-hisvraajesty_forj:tne"j_Placeover the-s'now'lindice  "from  next three years.   In an interview j Nome, but when the Newport sailed  with the volunteers it was ascertained that many of them intended  Continued on Seoond P��g��.  to remain at the front longer than  this period. Some of them will,  after their term is up, work at their  trades,twhile others intimated that  they would start in business for  themselves. Others expect to become interested in the mines of  that district. There were but few  who said they intended to come  back at the end of the three-years.  Although lieutenant Beer has applied for an office in the constabulary/he has not' decided; whether  he will go or not. 'During the afternoon he -was waited upon by a  number of "the young men of the  city and was presented with a purse  containing $100 in gold, accompanied by an appropriate address. Mr.  Beer expects to return from Fort  Steele about -Sunday or Monday  next.  The Nelson contingent will be  accompanied by a mascot. It is a  white bulldog, the property of  Harry Gardiner. On the .collar of  the animal, to which was attached  the red, white and blue colors, was  engraved "Mascot. Jerry. B.-P. P.,"  the letters standing for Baden-.  Powell's police.  Which. One Lies?  San Francisco, February 28.���  Captain Hodgson of the Fort Point  life saving station notified major  Blakely, superintendent of the life  saving service, this morning that  Mark Ellingson, the guardsman  who was on duty in the look-out  tower the morning the steamer Rio  de Janeiro was wrecked, had confessed to him" that he heard the  Rio's signals of distress but paid no  particular attention to them and  from there on February 20 th not a  single person had arrived. On the  way to Katmai, the Newport called  in at Valdes and was caught in the  ice, where sho was held eleven days,  and it was with much danger and  difficulty that she freed herself, sustaining no injuries. Captain Moore  reports good weather during the  entire voyage with the exception of  severe cold. t  The'Excelsior was at Valdes when  the Newport called on her way  down and should arrive iri a couple  of days. The city of Seattle arrived from Lynn canal,- bringing 30  passengers and a full'cargo of  northern freight. Some of her passengers are direct from Dawson.  They report 400 people on the river  trail, and a large quantity of  freight is being transported over  the ice to Klondike. They bring  word that the Indians at "Ketchian  are afflicted with an infectious skin  disease resembling smallpox and  that the entire tribe is suffering  from it, but no deaths have occurred.      '   ���'   .  Ask for a Subsidy.  Vancouver, February 28.���[Special to The Tribune.]���At.a-Liberal  Association meeting this evening a  resolution, was unanimpuslyrpassed  asking the Dominion government  to subsidize the building . of the  Coast-Kootenay line by * the -Victoria, Vancouver & Eastern Railway Company independent of the  C. P. R. at this session" of parliament, so that no time .will, be lost  in construction. On behalf of McKenzie & Mann and the Victoria,  Vancouver & Eastern Nortnan; McLean promised that if the Dominion  and provincial subsidies;, wei'e arranged one hundred miles of line  a, well - Known - dentist.  After the discovery or the case a  guard was placed'on the Royal  Hotel in which Dr. Barber had been  residing. The patient was moved  to a building in "the old' town, together with the furniture and" bedding in his lroom.��� A'" strict guard  is beingikept,andsas;the' case.,is; a  very rfiild one, the probabilities are  that rib further] trouble will be experienced. Mrs. Barber^ who.'has  been, with her. husband foc/the past  two weeks, went j witli! him to the,  old town; and will stay- with him  throughout'his illness." - . i'-     --   *>  Those quarantined in the hotel  are Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle, Mr. and  Mrs. dode, Mr. and .Mrs.' Coultee,  Miss Macfarlane, Miss Lee, J. 'S.-T.  Alexander, barrister; A. E.Warren,  station master j J. R. Hanna, freight  clerk ;i   E.   Bu   Paul,; commercial  traveler;- Con. Whalen 'and Alex  Hume, bartenders, two dining room  girls,, two   Chinese cooks and   a  Chinese boy.' Mr. and' Mfs.��� A. <B.  Trites of,, the London & Liverpool  Coiripany, and Mr. :and-j'MrsVJ-J.-H.  Bricker ofthe Crow's Nest Trading  Coriipariywere.. also-7in^ thechotel,  but as soon- as; the:> facts '(-Became,  known, Mr. and Mrs. Trites'secured.  a house int the old town.- and; Mr:  .and Mrs. Briekerone-at^CoabCreek  and have- since.ikept   'themselves'  completely isolated, and will do* so  for a couple of weeks. _'   ���    .,..,,��� *���  -   The Royal is ar"flrstTcla"ss'? house,  plastered throughout,.and' as .soon  as the present quarantine is raised  will   be as   popular as "ever.   Dr.~  Barber has no idea liow he-got the  disease.   .During  the . past-three  weeks he has done dental <work for  numerous men from  the different  camps along the Crow's Nest 'line,  and as there are said to be cases  throughout   the   territories,  it  is  quite  probable   that   he ' got  tiie  infection from some of his patients.  A[.    ,.   _ The Second List.  Shanghai, February 28.���The  nativejiewspapers publish a second  li8t"of"officials whose punishment is  demanded by the powers. It-includes Lu Chuan Lin, grand counsellor and president of the board of  rites. - Duke Lan has been arrested  andi awaits punishment. Prince  Tuan has not yet been taken.  Another Rebellion.  London, March 1.���The Shanghai  correspondent of the Standard says  reports from native sources assert  that Li Hai Chun, a protege bf  prince Tuan, and general Tu Fu  Hsiang have started a rebellon with  5000 men near Lan Kan Fu, province of Kan Su.  had neglected to arouse the station. J  Captain Hodgson immediately sus-1 would be built before the end of the  pended Ellingson.    This afternoon I year.  Prominent Promoter Dead.    -  London, March 1.���James Hud-  dart, who came into prominence a  few years ago through his endeavor  to promote a big line of steamships  between Canada and England iu  connection with the C. P. R., is dead.  Large Maize Exports.  London, March 1.���A dispatch to  the Times from Buenos Ayres says  that according to trustworthy data,  the export of surplus maize -will  amount to two million: tons.  Will Marry an Actress.  London, March"1,-^In. the: Daily  Telegraph this morning the marquis of Beadfort personally announced his'betrothar to Miss Rosa  Bobte, the actress.    ;  ��� ������7x. Bubonic Plague. 7.  : Cape Town, February 28.���One  fresh case of bubonic plague has  developed here arid three at Somerset West. They are all among  colored men.  On a Foul.  San Francisco,.February. 28���^  GeOrge McArden was given the decision of a foul in the eighth round  over Dal Hawkins tonight.  Brockville.���Tlie presbytery of,  Brockville    yesterday - nominated  Rev. Dr. Warden of Toronto.for1  moderator' of    the   next  general  assembly.  Ottawa.'��� Lieutenant colonel  Henshaw of,. Montreal has been  elected 'chairman of the-Dominion  Rifle Association council in place of  colonel Massey. >       __  .    , -   *  ^v, Ottawa.���A Conservative caucus  was held tonight. , Hon. R. L.,Bor:  den, leader/said that matters under  discussion'only related to the policy  to be pursued in the house. -  ~' Peterboro, Ontario.���YoungPat-  terson,' who was .arrested with the  body, of Mrs. Mary Sheehari in his  possession, was , committed- to tEe  assizes for trial today/ charged  with 'offering indignity to a' dead  body. " ,    'i -  *   Quebec.���The funeral of young  Rowand, who was recently stabbed  to death in British Columbia, took  place here yesterdayafternoon from  St.' Andrew's church arid was attended by a large number bf pleading citizens.   *     ' -"    .. '     '.'   ' y  Quebec���Rev.. father 'O'Leary,  Roman Catholic chaplain   of/the  first Canadian -contingent, has ;��� be-'  queathed  the .. $1500- testimonial  fund lately presented to him to the,  Jeffrey Hale hospital' of this city.  The" governors* wiir"'pay" him 'a1-  small annuity for<life. V       ', .-.  " Hamilton, .Ontario.���The city.de-  tective   department ~has   two 13-  year-old -boys" under arrest.",. The  Jboys had knock-out drops , in their  possession obtained   from a King  street druggist.^ The boys intended  giving the stuff in~candy; tovgirlsr~of  the'P school. 'The"drugs were^proi  nounced   poisonous' by physicians  .who examined them.-/The druggist'  is.to be prosecuted." yxAr UAA.  ,j, . Mont real.���The, annual meeting,  of the ,Bell Telephone,Company wasf;  held'rtoday and,'the* old' board re-:  /elected.' The coiripany' has' 88,360.  sets'of'instruments in", use .iriall  points qf Canada, comprised, in.343"  -exchanges' and 494 agencies.-^Long^  /distance wires ��� owned by the company measure 21,350 miles on 0525  miles of .poles.   ,The capital is to  be   increased   from   $5,000,000   to  $10|000,000.    " ,   '  " Montreal.���The remaining last-  ers in the Ames, Holden & Co. shoe  factory struck   today.'   The men  claim/that* unless   the trouble is  settled   all,:other   boot  and  shoe  workers will go out in  sympathy.  The firiri laughs at this statement  aud'says the men have been replaced. The men are urging Mulock  to see that the alien labor law is  enforced  against    importation   of  men'from the States.  - Montreal.���The board of trade  council has passed a resolution  -favoring���the -adoption���of���such-  measures by the government as  would facilitate the purchase of  miners'' gold in Canadian cities on  the Pacific coast and also that the  council would welcome the establishment of a fast passenger mail  service between Vancouver, Victoria aud Yukon ports, even if subsidizing such service for a term of  years was necessary.  ���Montreal. ��� A letter received  here today from the president of  the petroleum oil trust of London  announces that the company has  absorbed the three companies operating in Gaspe district���Canadian Petroleum Company, Irish  Proprietary Company and Belgian  Company���and that operations will  be carried on extensively. The let-'  ter concludes: "There is undoubtedly oil in Gaspe in paying quantities' if we can get on the right  vein." -  m  ,&i  FURNITURE  FOR  ENGLAND  AMERICA SHIPPING IT IN LARGE  F QUANTITIES.  Master/Cabinetmakers Blame Their-/  S Workmen for the Conditions--The _; �����;  /,--   '   Latter Retort in Kind.   -A "AS:  ' - A A ' ' ; -' r - '��� - *S . ~*  A-^A%: ~_   -. * AA" A A[A  ���Sri  7 HA  ^%x  -A^iX  - 7\-iM|  I'Am  ~~w_  1   ^     ,-^l[|  _ ?tmX  - ''?&it  *''AM  A%3$1  I-       _.*.-?  ;x 'jt-gn  5     ��Mr  M  Commoners Still Kicking.  London, February 28.���The -discontent regarding the: treatment of  the commoners at the opening of  parliament again cropped up in tlie  house this evening when it began  the discussion/of -the civil service  supplementary.'/'estimates.'; After  being subjected to 'virulent/ criti-  cism,. the government only succeeded in carrying, the vote for the  maintenance  of    the    parliament  buildings   by  a meager  majority  o��52. -������.**:**."-    ���:--���.*-     -���  'i : ������ Powers Object.  London, March 1.���The Pekin  correspondent of the Daily Mail,  wiring 'Wednesday,' says: "Great  Britain, Japan and'Germany have  unitedly ��� advised China through Li  Hung Chang, I understand, against  granting "special concessions to the  subjects of any nationality. These  representations refer to the Russo-  Chinese convention regarding Manchuria,' Which has not been ratified  by China,  New York, February 28.���Americans^ are beginning, to/"sell; J;heir  f urniturejri - siich large ^quantities  as to alarm".the British "manufacturer, who- thinks that in a ,veryr;  short time; the" people "will be getting all their, tables and chairs and  bureaus from the same country that  sends them .their pork, beef^ and'  wheat/ ^ The cabinetmakers of LoriT--  don attribute the increased imports";  of furniture to the' stupidity/and .  pig-headed methods', of-,their^brk-/^    y--^,  "men. - Tliose who  know.somethirig Ayii^M  of tliev matter saiy that' it is quite*^-; tMW  an-even "thing as ' regards/intellf-^^|  gence. between 'master'/arid^man:1/ ''A-.-J.  Much " of - the opportunity lot ���*!tlier  American "is^ afforded to,him-by ,the,__  lack of  enterprise bf/theXBrftishV^.  employer and employees'aliIce.J/^\ i A$$M  'One. master ^cabinetmaker-'tried" A''^W  to introduce a labor savings, device ���*>/ yi~-FM.  that would save/about $1.21a ���wreek'^^m  for ' each/^man^ employed.'AyB.e /->^Ji  showed tlie, meniatHe"-^mawchine'ikricI  offered to.Ibuy yit//and^"allow them  --^^:^\  the use of it"at,once> prbvided'that-*'^fi^  they  would ^-contribute / 24 ^cWts"<j^'i%|  "each ,per-weekliintir'the~m&bine^i#^'|^|j  , was" paid'for; wlien.it would remain^fe$��S$  ���in the shop as the -men's joint pro-s,?^-*  .pert-      ��� *   ~" ���*--*'��� -^ - >-- -'^*-  offer/  "employment  the cabinet^ trade/ arid//that; any,/  device"for savirig^laboV- would ^dp,';  harm to the^busiri'ess'^Tliey^pre- "  ferred to go on.in th��,pld;way. "The /;  employer didlnot]introtfuc��>th'emav-r  ^Yime^S^nAo^^mglikmen^  who are wondering'"',wher��'they;s'are''',  at"  in ..tne,' furniture trade*argue/  that England is riot a wd6d-��row'-r/  ing - country" anyhow, : arid-y that''-  where the   wood ���" is 'grown   there >  must the 'furniture' be manufac-?  tured., , /    y "���     , ,"   .    >  Such doctrine as*-this,' if -"true,  would abolish the! great cottori_iu-v"  dustry of Lancashire, as^well, as/W  large number to�� other" industries  which import-'their .'raw material.  When American "office furniture  was first introduced into England,  it went over finished ready for sale  arid packed in cases. Shipping  tonnage being- estiinated by measurement, and riot'by weight,'"it is  infinitelyjjieaper to' iniport- wood_^_  than liollow cabinet ware. A roll--  top desk of average size would  measure, when packed for' shipment, about a ton and a half, but a  ton and a half of solid wood would  make a lot of desks.  At the present time furniture  from the United States is imported  in pieces, which are put together  and polished in Enland. Tbis arises  out of the competition, between  importers who have sought to economise on freight charges and damage  on transit, the latter being .a considerable item. But even the handiwork done in England costs considerably more' than it costs wheu  performed in the American factories, where the men's weekly earnings are at least 50 and in many 100  per cent higher than in England.  \ -ijf  AH  MS [  ,' A"  : &_\  Gives the Reason.  The Hague, February 28.���The  minister of foreign affairs, Dr. De-  beaufo'rt, said today in the second  chamber of the states general that  the exequatori-of *.; Herr Pott, Dutch  consul at/Lorenzo Marquez, had  been withdrawn by Portugal because of the illegal importation of  : heliographs : for the use of the  Transvaal troops and the alleged  illegal use of its ports.  Another Estimate.  London, February 28.���Tlie third  supplementary estimate of ��3,000.-  000 for the expenses of the war was  issued today. Transport arid pur-'  chase of remounts swallow up about  ��2,000,000 and provisions and forage  cost ��1,000,000, which brings the  total voted for the fiscal year up to  ��95,309,183;; ' .  Botha's Surrender,  London, March 1. ��� The Daily  News says:" We learn that commandant general Botha offered to  surrender ori certain conditions and  that par pouleurs are still in pro-  reas. THE TRIBUTE: 1STELS0K B. C  FRIDAY, MARCH 1, 1901  i*../  i_i\ a -  W&7  US-b  \\'iMr  Xf^fA  .*?  *&v!J  ;*'* <f\.  .-Vy-ii ^  '/  ML  i'&Z 'A  iwiSA -iis restrictions  was established  primarily from  SANITARY  CONSIDERATIONS  \\-**  ' -I  A  ZA  j. *.*-?  x^."  ���:7'a" .���  i \-r,.   v  - *   .*     ...  S'-n  fet '.���  li"**.<���*."  \Au I  H��J�� ���  W^^ -  I <&ur4 *��    J-  Jti ��fte spring of the year  after the winter's festivities the human body, requires rest, and its most  ���important health regulator, the stomach, should  be carefully catered to. -  We offer the  following delicacies  of Trade, resolutions which ia  many instances would be altogether  o it of harmony with the views of,  he community from which they.  emanate.  1 Sardines *  Herring a la Sardines  . Blue Point Oysters  S. & W. Oyst&rs  Lobsters  Cla/ms  Clam Nectar  Clam Boullion  Clam Chowder  Herring.in Tomato Sauce  Herring Kippered  Digby Chick/  ;  Bloaters Preserved  Carabus.      ���-.  -,  Hadies Kippered .���  , Codfish /  FiwrCam. Haddie      -  Salm6nS;tBellies]   K   >-   ;,  Mackerel, etc., etc.'  mmmw��  \>,  1 ."��� Newspaper report,:ha8*Jt-j that  the .resignation'yof commissioner  Ogilvio of Dawson City was due..to  a quarrel which', the commissioner;,  had witfaucrown prosecutor Wade.,  * ( The Vancouver t'city council .has.  decided to donate $100-to, the. suf;  ferers^iOf the Cumberland ��� mine  explosion. ��� It is a fortunate thing  for tlie1 sufferers that the practical  sympathy of the , other cities was,  not fashioned, upon the .Vancouver  =mode!.~=-,���a^ ��� ���   j '      . ..  X$_ ^ \  w:  te-A. i  _       * *  it" .  X$ff  w  If the British.Columbia smelters  could reduce their ��� ore with the  emphatic denials of a fuel scarcity  which the agents of the Crow's  Nest Coal Company,are filling. the  Eastern papers, the smelter problem,  in this province would speedily  solve itself.  W>   [  I *���&.*"*  x^_  W-A.  1*!  *.  A  ���f j  l>fi ^ ^  W/1  |��>7 ui, '  \A  :-/,  t  All the men who volunteered im  the province of Ontario-for service  in South Africa are to receive 100  - acres each, of the best land, at ithe,  disposal of the land, department oi.  that province, andi in case of^the  death of the volunteer the * land'  grant is open to his next of kin.  Sir William Van Horne has  given to the press his views upon  government operation of railways.  He says that unless ,the. management could be kei)t-free from politics, government control would be-  disastrous', and he regards it as impossible to secure boards?.of control  which will maintain, an ��� absolutely  independent position.  TnE meeting of the Associated  Boards of Trade at Greenwood did  not materialize yesterday, but it is  expected that the meetiug;w,ill' convene today.   There's every reason  to believe- that >< strong pressure is  ' being brought by the Crow's Nest  Coal Company upon many of the,  delegates to. favor-the-Hill charter,  but it is doubtful whether   such  efforts will) succeed. ��� Much depends  upon the .delegates themselves,, and  whether their bands are ^fed,. bj^  snap resolutions suckaa marked theT  recent meeting cf the Nelson BckubJh  People who refer to East Kootenay as oue gigautic coal field are  no more at fault, nor no nearer correct, than the people who refer to  the great mountain ranges of southern Kootenay as veritable storehouses of gold, silver and copper.  Coal lias been opened up-at Fernie,  in East Kootenay, and gold, silver  and copper havo been found in  most of. the mountains and along  most of the. creeks in southern  Kootenay, but no sane person will  say such- conditions warrant the  assumption that a - person could  wander into East Kootenay-and secure a coal mine, or that, he could  climb a.hill iu West Kootenay-and  8trike���a treasure-house of gold, silver or copper. There > is an extravagance about such talk  as this which can best be appreciated by people who reside in the  vicinity of spots alleged ��� to be >so  well favored by.nature. If East  Kootenay "has so many-valuable  coal measures as the advocates of  James J. Hill make out, why does  Mr. Hill single out for his prey the  only measures which have, been  opened up,, and. upon which the  smelting industry of the province  at present depends?' Why/ is be  anxious to-, pay, a, fancy price for  yCrow.'s Nest-stock if ��� there,,are so  many other good.coal things in East  Kootenay tto-be had for-the taking?  -< The, action of > the police commissioners tin courting.the-fullestin-  quiry into' the'matters* connected  ;withthe dismissal of .police .consta-  ble Kerr is to be commended. It.is  nowjGompetent for those who main.-  .tain.-that-constable -Kerr was''removed as^ the result, of- P. J; Rus-  sell's-influence1 with"the.board, or as  the. consequence t of ; any feeling  against, him on, the part of chief  Jarvis, to;; get in. and-.-, prove��their  case. - ' '    r  \'i   -     '    *yy  \. In-view of ^the^ decision of {king  Edward.to.permitthJeheir apparent  ! to visit /the Doiriinion,/ muriicipali-  ties that figureJ upon entertaining  [the royalfvisitor had better, begin  making r their- ; financial    arranger  [ments.fr The. Moritreai Herald.' has  ! just'published the expense -bill- con-  , nected 'with' the   reception of; the  ! prince of/Wales in 1860, which ac-  counts.for an expenditure of $11,:  901.07.. .   -  A Beply to Mr._Lpude^i,      ..  To the Editor, of ,the ,-Trjbunb  f��� Iixanswecto^the1 letter. of/Ci-P.  Loudin,,respecting) the rejection of  John _. Snell- ���_ as ^a   member of'the  THE KERR INVESTIGATION  Continued from First Pago.  Cooks' and'Waiters' Union,. I desire  to inform you(that his application  for membership was refused -by a  large majority in consequence' of  his connection with the previous  attempt to form, a union, which to  say ;the least, proved a farce. The,  chief   organizer visited   the camp  i boarding houses and others, enrolled  {members, collected fees, etc., but  there was virtually no union ari*d,  no charter was obtained. We have  no books, receipts,, or anything "to  > show the disbursements except an  account of $21 for the printing of  ! bylaws, which are of no use. The  organization was a complete farce,  1 and we do not intend to - introduce  ;into our newr progressive union any  one of the. previous order.   Yours'  'faithfully,, J, D. Forshell,,  Recording Secretary.  Silyela to Form a Cabinet.  Madrid, Febuuaryr28.���Senor Sa-  gasta had a> conference lasting.an  jhour with the queen regent today.  'He   presented   his   views   to   her  majesty on tho situation in writing.  'They were   nob, communicated to  ithe press.    It is believed, however,  Ithat he pointed out that there is  room for a  change in the government's   policy   from   the    Liberal  'standpoint, but if the queen,deems  lit advisable the present- chambers  would vote  the budget for 1901,  .and Silvela would form a cabinet if  ���supported by; the, conference of the  majority.  Shut Down, for Repairs.  ��� The mill at the Yellowstone mine  at Salmo has -been shut down . for  repairs, and will.at once be given a.  thorough overhauling. Development.- under the. new foreman*  Holmes, late of the. ColunuaiarKootr  enay<roine at:Rosalaad, ist.progcesar.  ing' satisfactorily. They.900," foot.*  level will be continued on thauleaA_..  I lop and bad been flourishing.a revolver. Hyslop's version was that  the threat was first mado iu tho  Bodega saloon, but that not wishing to create a row in the saloon he  had consulted Kerr, who was a  friend of McAllister, in^the hope of  coaxing him out. In this he succeeded, and Kerr walked with McAllister as far as the Queen's hotel.  Tlie two men entered the hotel and  came out again, upon which McAllister flashed the. revolver in Kerr's  face and repeated his threat against  Hyslop, and as the two came by  Hyslop the latter sprang out and  made the arrest.  Commissioner Fletcher.asked if it  was not Kerr's duty to arrest the  man, and in reply to a further  question Hyslop said had he been  in Kerr's place he would have taken  the revolver away* from McAllister.  The chief then questioned Hyslop  about some mysterious movements  of a couple of men who were  moving some coal in a sleigh, but  made nothing out of it.  W. W. Beer, another of the  signers of the petition, was then  called. He admitted that he did  not know Kerr, neither did he  know anything about the police  commissioners or police force.  Alderman Gillett testified that he  had known - Kerr - for three years  and that he considered him as good  as any man on the force. The only  charge he could make against the  commissioners was , that Kerr��had  been dismissed without any reasons  being - given. He > had asked the  chief whether Kerr was dismissed,  but the chief replied - that he was  not prepared to tell him, but that  an investigation would bring the  matter out.  Chief -Jar vis- was then(put'on the  stand,' when commissioner Fletcher  asked < him - whether, when ' the  matter of. the -reappointment of  Kerr came-upj the-charge',that he  had received $2-from-P. J. Russell  as .hush moneyicame up.- . Thechief  replied.that the matter was--men-"  'tioned. ���* ' , - (   '���  - Commissioner. Fletcher then' repeated" his. question 'and- asked  \vhether>the--$2.matter was one of  the* charges, against Kerr. The  chiefirepliedi that-it was .not and  added that at the time' he had volunteered- the- opinion that - he did  not believe.* Kerr ever- received a  dollar from anybody." <  'Commissioner. "Fletcher���Such- a  cbargeswas i not considered > by 'the  board?  Chief/Jarvis���No.   i  Commissioner -Cameron���At tlie  meeting of the commissioners did  they show-any .prejudice against  Kerr?     -  - Chief Jarvis���I did not hear-anything, said that would look, as if  they-had.  Commissioner Cameron���Did I at  any time before the meeting of said  commisionerS'Say anything -against  Kerr?    ���  Chief Jarvis���No.  Commissioner   Fletcher���Personally, I think T told you I did  not  know Kerr?       ���'  Chief Jarvis���Yes.  i���-Commisaioner-Selous had no quesv  [tions to, answer-and the enquiry  < was then closed until this afternoon  i at 3 o'clock.    In tho^ meantime < the  commissioners will j meet and weigh  the evidence submitted, after which  they will shape .their, programme  for this afternoon's session.  tffifet^ZTZ^^ ^5^ ^^5 ^9^$^'^^        $: Sr$i SrS*: fefefefe^feS^Ss jBiSife^.  "4PX  sp*  mnnnnii  (���> S  ���....!  unnimmq  Spikes and Ribbon Ends  Just in  a New Lot of  fvine & C&.  36. Baker Street  llillllliliimiimiiiiiiiiiiii<m.TxiT  New Laces  .. and Embroideries  New Allover Laces'  in White. Cream, Ecrne,  and Blacks  45c to $5 per Yard '���������  ttm mi minmmiimiimi  g*L    |    Spikes and Ribbon. Ends  ���5   | Spikes from  juji    j        5 Cents to 50 Cents  * T *     n*riTTTTT*nrainixnp rxxxxxizxxixxzz ax  q\ SPRING AND SUMMER, 1901  ��f^ The new Spring;and Summer Goods are-coming in every day. ,We-hardly, know what, to tell you about first  .!.   ��c ^     �� Wash.Fabrics  A lovely.display., of tbisiseason's choicest patterns and weaves, novelties  controlled exclusively by us. Dimities, Swisses, French Organdies, Mercerized, Foulards, and Many others.   Prices 26c, to 60c per yard.  New Cotton Waists  Superb,.creations in white and colored, correct styles of 1901. Those  making,selections now have the advantage of sizes and,exclusive novelties.   Prices!S1 to $4'^  New Cotton and Muslin  WASH DRESSES READY-TO-WEAR  They will,be,very popular, this season both for house and street wear  Comeing in white, organdies, Percale, Grass- Linen.   Prices $3.50 to $18  Kid Gloves, 50c. We have just ISO pair of odd sizes.in tans, modes,  and grey, to make room for eastern gloves wo' have marked them just  60c.   Regular price $T to $1.76  New Foulards, Sill^s ai\d Sateens,. 50c to $1.25   New prints and Ginghams 10c to. 30c     -  New Tailor-Made  Suits  ��� {''��� in Fawn,  Brown and Greys  Prices $12 to $3fc  Fred Irvine & Co,  xxJ  36 Baker Street  'TT^TTTTTTT7-rTrTTT'rrr'rTTT'rTTTTTrTTT";TTT'ri;  Trunks and Valises  Just Received a Carload of  Trunks and Valises  Which we are Offering'at  Very* Low Prices ..  XfSt rrrTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTYTTTrt.  9\  *WV.*^^. 0r . 00 .00 . 00 *0& . 0ff .00'. 0CW .000 . 00 .0^ �� 0ff *00 . 0/0 .00 .J00 . . N^-> ^^�� **^ �� ?*^�� ^^�� ^!^�� ^^�� ^B^�� ^^'^S.'^B^*^^*.S^V^S* JS^'J!^ ��*i��Jm  %C>^^. ***^fc^ *^r^ * ^^ *^t> * *^\ *^K * ^^ *^B��* ''���''''''���^ *^S^ "^^W *T5^^fc "T^^ ^^* ��� 0& * g&* 00 ' 000' ��0 '-'f^* 00 ��� 4^��*^^ * 00'' ^0 ' 0&* 00 ' 0^* ^0 * 0^^0r   -  821 to 33l}Bakor Street, Nelson  American'. i_\i" European Plain.  MEALS  25  CENTS  flelson Saw and Planing IVjilIs  _^ -  Limited..  BOOMS LIGHTED BY- ELKOTKICITX,  AND HBATKD BY STEAM  , 25 CENTS TO $1   QUEEN'S HOTEL  - BAKER STBBBT. NELSON.  Lighted,by. Electricity and Heated wUH^Hot Air.  Large .oomtortftble tbod)��oma. tn&_ flrstnolaM  dining-room. Sample rooms f of eomnierolal men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  KOOTENAY....  G&FFEE OO.  ,************************  Coffee. Roasters.  Dealers in Tea arid Coffee *���  ************************  Wo are olforinpr at lowest prices tho beat  grades,of Oojlon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  ._  'Our Beaf, Mocha nnd Java Co*ffco, per  < pound 9  40  Moclm and Java Hlend, 3. pounds    1 00  Choico Blend Coffee, 4 pounds    1 GO  Special Blend Coil'eo, (j pounds    1 00  Hio Blend Coffeo, fi pounds 1 00,  Special-Blond Ceylon Tea, perpouudi ���'' SO  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.    ���  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone ,177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  N|rs. L C. ClarKe, Prop.  LATK OB1 THE BOTAti HOTKlT, OAtOABY  ^adden c douse  Baker,and Ward  Streets, Nelnon  CHARLES HlttYER, l   :    ,    *    -       HARRY-HOUSTONr:^  - ^ President and,General1 Manager.1,     ;      tSecretary*-Treasurer  ^ AirConuuunications ,torfcle addressed:tor either of"th0 above' \A'   '  We are prepared" to^Fupnlsh J-    A''  toy^ RwAl, ���Bai^re-or-Teamai^ -  ' : DIMENSIONILUMBER  , .    /       f  ROUGHand DRESSEDaLUMBER   ' ,   .  . LOCAL. dndvCOAST CEILING .:���,-_.  LOCAL and COAST: FLOORING;   >-  DOUBLE DRESSED,COAST. CEDAR.  RUSTIC,,SHIPLAP,.STEPPING A  .   .. PINE.<and>.CEDAR.CASINGS*  DOOR JAMBS,- WINDOW. STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SA WING   ,  BRACKETS,,NEWEL POSTS,      ,  TURNED.VERANDA,POETS     , ,  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWSand,GLASS.  Get, Our'Prides before - '"   '  purchasing elsewhere. ���  ..  . OFFICE:' CORNER. HALL AND. FRONT: STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET. C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  WHOLESALE TRADE  JERATED AND MINERAL WATERS. >  ipHORPH'&^COl.' LIMITED.���Corner Vernon"  *��� and Cedar streeta, 'Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in -terated waters aud  fruit ayrupu.-Sole r agents Jor Halcyon Springs  mineral water.. Telephone GO. , _        '  r  ASSAYERS* 1 SUPPLIES:  W/F.'TJQBTZEL' tc CO.���Corner Baker-ana  ��� Joeephiue streeta, Nelson, wholesale deal  era In assayers supplies. Agent* i*or Denve  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.-j-  -      COHMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS 3&: CO.���Baker street,-^Nelson  ���   wholesale    dealers   in -liquora,   olgars  cement, fire brick and fire olay, wator pipoj.and  , steel rails, and general commission merchant*.  ".-*". ELECTRICAL. SUPPLIES,   '  rTZrOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY ft CON-  '���J*. 8TRTJCTION COMPANY���Wholesale deal-  or8Jn.telenhones, annunolators. belli*,: batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston blook, Nolson.    ^  _    -FLOOR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN-KER  MILLINGS COMPANY  i ���Cereals,, Flour, Grain, Hay., Straight or  mixed' ears' shipped > to-1 all  Kootenay Points.  Oraln elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Kdmonton R. R.  Mills at Victoria, New west  3 minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.    -'  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.-Baker  stroeft,   Nolson,  wholesale dealers In fresh and'eorad meats.  Cold storage.      - - v  P.,  i   The only hotel In1 Nelaon tthab has.remalnaa  ' under one management Binoe 1890.  ,   The bed-ieomB oreweU'rurnlahed an*UghtMd  1 by oleotrlcdty.  >   The bar la always atooked by tho beat dun ������  ! bio and Imported Uquom and olgara.     .   ���  ' TBOMAg MADDEN. Pjtwrtotor.  SLOCAN JUNCTIOJI HOTEL  J. H. MoMANUS, Jtonager  Bar.stockod with best brands of wtnea,.Uqnor8t.  '��� and Cigars.. Beor.pn draught., Laq<e comfort)-,  j able rooms.   SlrHfa-ala^i t��We.bo��d.  R.BEISTERER'&CQ,  BRSWSBfl AND BOTTUSOB 09  FINE LAGERkBEER, ALE  AND PORTER  1 t ��  j Head Office at  NEI��ON,,B. 0.  Wholesale land Retail  Dealers rnHWeats  Markets. ��t Nelson,.. Rosflland,, Trail, Kaslo,. Ymir, Sandon, -Silverton,. Nev  Denver*-Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Groeawood,- OmohkIo City* Mid,  ���ay, and-Vancouver. ...'';  Mall Orders Promptly Forwarded  >f  Prompt and regular  delivery, lip the !���������.  BrawfliT.a-i.MBlfqn*  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENT8  Agents for-J. & J. TftYlOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairvlew,,Additlon.  'Olllco on Baker Street, west of Stanley Street  NELSON.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.LC.&  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner.Vlotoria. and Kootenay Streets.   ���  _P. O. TUix MO. ^^ TEUBPHONW WO, 96  Home Grown  Fruit and Ornamental Trees, Rose", Shrubs  Vincb, Bulbs, Hcdgo Plants and'Seeds.  Extra choico stock of Peach, Apr'cot, Plum,  Cherry and Prune Trees. New importation of  ilrsb-clasfl Rhododendrons, Roses, Chmatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.  ���  80,000 to choose from. No agonts or commission to pay. No fumigation orinspecUoachargea.  Greenhouse plants, agricultural implements, fertilizers, bee supplies, vetc, Largest and .must  ^complete stock in the province. Send for catalogue bof ore placing your orders.  Address  ^ J, PM Vancouver, B, 0.  White Labor Only.  '    ' 'ALL BINDS OV  FRESH AND'SALTED MEATS  WHOMHALBUUND.-BJCTAHi.  FISH AND. POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  > OROHIRSUPVi MAII> RHrWlSTO OAKBrDEi AWD PWMWI JV'WUllim'^nW    .   (ROSSL��ANE>   BNailNEBRINQ  WORKS  CUNLIFFK  &C MoMIbCiALN  Founders' and Maohlnlsts,- Specialty -'of Ore- Gars, Ore-Bin Doors and Ceneral Mining Maohlnery.'  j List of seoond-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and is as good  iOS new: . /.  1 2'-U. P. Locomotive-type boiler, with engine attached and all fittings, lMady to turn on Bteam.  1 0l"x8".Douhle Cylluder Fi'lotton Drain-Holsi, built by Ingersoll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, No.'5 Cameron, New York.     , > ,  1 Sinkinn Pump, 10"x6"xl3", outside packed plunger pattern.  Watch tbis advertibement ior further lists, or write .u^ before you buy for complete list,-. We  .may hay.e just what you want.  '      Agents for-Northey Pumps,   Stock carried. '  P.  O.  Box, 198. THIRD  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  '   ��� " .   .  i   .  i ..ii i     ���a?  GROCERIES.   '  i A ' MACDONALD tc CO.-Corner Front and  ���*-*������   Hall    streets,     wholesale  grooers   aud -  ���obbors ln blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubberri,  manklnawa and -minora' sundries. ~    ~.-  OOTKNAY SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMI-  ; TKO���yernont, street,, Nelson,  wholesale  grooera. ^   -TOHN CHOLDIXCH & CO.-7rouSi st*^et,-Ne5-  w' son, wholesale grooers. .-   '���  Y. GRIFFIN ft CO.-Front street. Nelson.  ���  wholesalo " dealers  ln' provisions,   oured  meata, butter and eggs. . <  HARDWARE AMD MINING SUPPLIES,  XT BYERS ��; CO.���Corner Baker and Joeephlria  ���*-*��� streets,'Nelson.iWboleaaladealeM.ln.bacd.-  ware and mining supplies. Agents for. Giant  Powder Co. '  AWRKNCB   HARDWARE    COMPANY  ��� Baker.St., Nelson,-wholesale^ dealers In  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   .  " UQUORS AND DBY GOODS.  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Mllwankoe and'Cal  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND EUSE.  jrUng,^stumplnK ai  -wltoleeale dealers In oapa and fuse, and  blasting apparatus.  eleotrlo  STRACHAN  Hi  PLOMBBBS.  PLUMBING  AU plumbing is not, alike.   See our goods.  Same price as.other .dealers and  20 per cent Better.,  OPPOSMH POSTOPFIOB. KHUiSON; ��. O  RELEY&BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   W(M)D  EXPERT H0RS��8H0EIHG.   , attention alyon to all kinds of rei   custom, work from cv^lde points.  boUeraadeia oraoo'on shod aotuo..  Iring.  P. J. RUSSEIili  Buyer and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  ~ HlgheetPj^oea-  Prompt Betuuna  Fair- AaeoptBienS  SASH. AND. DOORS.  XraLSONSAW AND PLANING MILLS.  IX IJMITED���Corner Front ana Hall streets,  1 Nelson, manafaotnrers ot and wholesale dealers  In sash and doorsi all kinds of factory, work made  to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA ��� WINS COMPANY. LIMI-  TBUJ���Corner Front.and Hall streets, Nel-  son,' wholesale dealers In wines (ease and bnlk.  and douientrtti and lmBortnd olemra.  ANTI-CHINESE RESOLUTION,  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a regular  meeting hold on Saturday evening, December  22nd, 1900, all members of Nelson Miners' Union  No. 96, W. F. M��� are requested to *use every  legitimate mcaus - ,  To Discourage the Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or indirectly.  All union men and others  who believe in making this a whito man's country, are requested to co-operate in giving offect to  the aforosaid resolution.   By order,  1 NKLSON. MINERS'   UNION.  Nelson, December 22ud.  The above resolution has been endorsed bv tho  Trades and Labor Council of -Nelson, and all  union men, and otheis in sympathy with it, are  requested, to govern  thcuiBelves   accordingly.  By order.  TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nelson, December 22nd.  ARCHITECTS.  TjIWART *: CARRIE-Archlteota.   1  ���K* mm B Atawdtw Mflcik. ftftkar rtrwh  ^K^^m ��f ^^^Ni^^^Bt^B^- ^^HF^^n ^^^^^^^ ^^m^^rwj *-ia-:*v ^i?^|^v|tf  ���vS^^SaSS  &r?  '.'M Un  as:  ^MMJtsaas .��� &h&mx b. -o. jmmy -m^gb a, mx  X.  BANK BF MONTBEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  RBBT    7.000.000.00  UNDIVZDaO PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Stratjioona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummoud Vioo-President  K. aClouston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUG3ANAN, Manager.  Branohos In London (England) New York,  Cjiioauo, and all the principal cities ln Canada.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WIHCn IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO. ��  MPEIAL  OIF    0-A.!N\A.:D.A.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any. part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado, Kteu  Saving's Bank Branch  OUBHBNT RATE OB" INTEREST PAID.  ' .:._���_. i       | ,ii  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.  Paid-up Capital.  Reserve Fund,  ���     -.   $8000,000  ���     -  82,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $86,000,000..  Hon.  Qeo. A. Cox,  President.  Robt. Kilgour,         Vice-President.  London Offloe, CO Lombard Street, H. O.  New York office, 16  Exchange   Place.  and Oi Branches in Canada and tho  ' United States.    "  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  $2,600,000  S 1,700,000  II. S. HOWLAND Presidont.  K" 5��^ILKIK Uenoral Manager.  IC. HAY Inspector.  FRIDAY'S   QUOTATIONS.  _   stock. . Asked.  B. C. Gold Fields : -. $       3  Black Tall....1         12  Biandoufe Golden Crown        .8  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate:..      '- 7*  Cariboo (McKinney)         3.*ij  ^Cariboo Hydraulic      1 C5  _ Centre Star   ICrow'sNest Pass Coal   .California   Deer Trail  Consolidated   Kvenlng Star   - Goldou Star   "Fairview Corporation   Giant  ...r r.   Granby   Smelter   Iron Mask ,  Jim Blaine ,  Knob Hill   ��� Afontreul & London   Morning  Glory   Morrison   Mountain Lion   Noble Five   North Star   Old Ironsides   .Olive !..  Payne    Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated...  Republic   Slocan Sovereign..'   Virtuo f.....r......   War Eagle Consolidated   -Waterloo   White Boar   Winnipeg   Sullivan   1 08  70 00  43  Bid.  ?    *  i  0}  35  1 62  70  02 00  U  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present rate  three per cent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  3  2*3  7  A  a*  a  d  a  ih  3*3  47  43  42  3^  !)  4  m  45  !>h  3*  n  li  u  7  40  15  4  85*  88  80  BO  12  10  47-  40  31*  42}  21  42 .  bi  41  3d  25  35  ao  33  9  8-  -4  14  Hi  THE TEANSPOETATION PROBLEM.  '   ^ - t  :   At no period in-the  history-of  Canada has the problem' of transportation in its numerous and vary--  ing phases exercised a more power-'  , ful,influence on the destinies of.the  _ country than, the,present.   Casting  the eye over the length and breadth*  of the Dominion one may,xdiscovef  formative forces   at" 'work , which'  o within the next few years "WilL set-"  tie probably for all time tBe"roiitegt  by which the already but" comparatively undeveloped wealth ,of ,the  j great west-will be, brought > to ..the  Atlantic seaboatd.   Montreal may  , be seen struggling, "arid  with* no  small   success,   to* provide"'herself;  with the; terminal' facilities which  will enable' her to cope "with the  e florrapus rtraffic? "'"which *it".is "expected will here seek" and find "a  natural outlet to the,ocean., *��� ~i-^  At the moment:when herfambitions are"all but'"realized may be  8een   one   of- the -great" railway  8ystems'of the country^ leudiiig its  powerfulaid in the.upbuilding of a  foreign ,port-which has just sprung  in to'existence as a formidable competitor   of  the St. .Lawrence for  shipment  of,the products of the,  ^west./. At such a .time as .this, when  we "are on1 the eve of Hhe .'establishment of a railwaycommission .which ���  will strip the railway'companies of  somo of their, power,. which   it is  claimed they are apt to exercise too  arbitrarily, an- official..; account, of  what /has  been- accomplished', in  Canada in the -pasti will be pf��in-  A very admirable account  Quebec "Central, the Quebec and  Lake St.. John, the Temiscouata���the  Canada Eastern and the 'Dominion  Atlantic.^,        ,     _,   f    _ *, * _-  The total nominal capital "paid up  to the 80th of June, 1899, amounts  to the enormous figure of $964,699,,-  784, this sum including, besides the  ordinary share capital, the preference bonds, bonded debt and sums  granted by the federal and. provincial   governments   as well- as   by  municipalities.   In the year 1898-9  the gross earnings-of the railways  of Canada reached the total of $62,-  243.7S4.65, while ^the net earnings  were '$21,537,567.48.     The   figures  show what a rapid and jvonderful  development railway facilities have  acquired in a relatively short period, and   speak - volumes' for 'the  spirit of progress of the citizens of  Canada, as well as the enlightened  policy of parliament and the legislatures which, by their timely help  and generous provisions, have made  possible suoh an advancement..^ ���-"  TUB  SAVINGS   BANK.  CURRENT   RATK   OF  DEPARTMENT.  INTEREST   ALLOWED.  ESTABLISHED IN NELSON IN 1890  &&&&���&&&& MAIL >  <._i'i^  >"#  -���', ���.<*���?!��  ��� "_ .sins  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street. -  . J. Mr LAY, Manager.  GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARS  terest  which will answer the purposes of  tlie inquiring mind is> embraced in  the annual report of the department of public works.  The birth of railways in Canada  goes back to the year 1835; when  rails were laid between .Laprairie  and St. John's, Quebec, the road be--  ing completed and opened in July,  1830. /The mileage then in.'operation was 16 miles, aud it remained  in that  condition until  the year  1847, when it was .increased to 54  miles. '.Year,by 'ye&v,} however, by  the enterprise of the people bf Canada, largely helped by the subsidies  of the various  governments, this  mileage increased rapidly until, in  the year 1899 the number of miles  of railway in operation- amounted  to 17,250, that of the-tracks, laid  being 17,358, and-that of the roads  in course of construction  799. miles,  or a gross total of 18,157 miles. The  quantity of   rolling stock   on   all  those railways comprised, on the  30th of June, 1899, 70,855 carriages  of various kinds, including engines,  sleeping and palace cars,' first and  second class, box, coal, tool cars, etc.  Of these railways, that having  the    greatest    Canadian   mileage  under its control is the Canadian  Pacific,   operating   6683   miles of  track, of w hich 4590 are owned by  the company, and 2093 are made up  of leased lines. Next in order comes  the Grand  Trunk system,  with a  total of 3162  miles, and  the Canadian government railway system,  embracing    1510 miles,   while the  balance of th e 5895;miles As divided  between about' 102'--railways"'arid  their, branches, ������among; which are  the Manitoba & Northwestern, the  Northern Pacific and Manitoba, the  .Canada    Southern,"  .the .Canada  Atlantic, the, Ottawa, Arnpripjr and  Parry Sound,   the Kingston   aiid  Pembroke; the Great Northern,, the  . ;:?'/Salisbury May,Retire.T ��, "  Everything', points to ,the.TearIy  retirement of lord Salisbury from  the-premiership in favor of the duke  of-.Devonshire, "and among those  who are in a position.to know-it is  asserted that this-change-will take  place,in- JuneSutythe very."'latest,  and t possibly ��� much , earlier.   Kin g  Edward has never, been much in  sympathy .with lord'Salisbury, "and  was far more intimate and at home  ' with Mr. Gladstone.- He is on terms  of great intimacy with-the-duke of  Devonshire, ancf since his accession  has been consulting the, duke about  everything,. turning   to < him  foi*  advice rather than "to lord Salisbury.  How close are the:relations between  the v duke . and,   his r sovereign,, is  demonstrated by the - fact that--the  former is to take charge of. all his  majesty's race horses forrthe.. ensuing season.        -   l rS>~~   ,S "' *iy  The appointment'of the duke as  premier will meet with general approval.   There,is no "statesman who  enjoys to a higher-degree* the'confidence aud <goocTwill of his countrymen than this head of the illustrious house-of Cavendish, who is  looked upon by the English people  as a safe man in every sense of the  word*, True,. he ^ is * a Whig and a  Liberal-lhiionistr ' But his( liberalism is so strongly'imbued'with'conservatism that not,even" the most  .rabid Tory would refuse to serve  under his orders. ^His wife is the  widow Of the;seventh duke"of Manchester, grandmother.^therefore, of-  the present duke, and is one of the  most brilliant and clever women in  the United Kingdom, having' been  the acknowledged leader of society.  - A Great Skater.  ��� Princess Frederick'Leopold; sister  of the ��� kaiserin, whose husband is  so far the only Prussian" prince of  -the'1 blood   who   has   visited  the  United   States,-" has   just1  accomplished a feat on the .ice which has  attracted   much   attention.      She  skated all the way from Potsdam  to Brandenburg, eighteen.miles, returning .in the 'same manner'after  an hour's"rest. 'The princess is passionately fond of skating, and three  years ago almost lost her life.   She  and. one of - her I ladies in waiting'  fell through.the ice, and "were rescued'only in " the nick of time by  peasants   who   happened >to hear  their cries for help.   Thekaiser'was  so angry that he-subjected both  the princess and' her husband to  disciplinary punishment by ordering them'to remain, for six weeks  within the precincts o^ their country place at Glienike, near Potsdam,   and   to   appear   neither at  court nor at any other ��� entertainment during.that-time ,for 'having  violated��the'strict;rule which prescribes that no princess of the royal  houses.of-Prussia should-' leave her-  palace.without.bemg attended by a  'g'entleman> as ' well las a lady- in  waiting.  " - v   --S    ''-���.    -  --��  j--. Dilke to ��� Be Favored. J'-'/'* S A  King". Edward's   advent:. to"the  Jacob Dover, The Jeweler, Nelson, B. O.  *--*.- PRICE. LIST 'JOF..WATCHES AND MOVEMENTS  * Vanguard Movement and Imperial 30-Year Filled Case.. S37  CrescentSt.,,21 Jewels, Imperial 30-YearFilled.Case.>..   28  P. S. Bartlett Movement, 17-Jewel'Nickle Case ..... ..$8.76  4 Appleton Tracy Movement, 17-Jewel Silver Case   ,20.00  Vw*^lKfl4^  prompt^ahd careful attention;  i%*    ��� "-'  The Jewel^i?;  C. P. R. Watch Inspector.   Time, received every morning frorn Montreal by. direct wire. *-?'ysr  Compound  Syrup...  OF WHITE PINE AND TAR  WILL CURE YOUR COLD.  m  Romehibflr the new-st��nd' at Cornor of Word  _       '     i"   and Baker .streots. .  ;   y .COMK^AND. SEE .US..  Can a da Drug& Bo ok Co.  Gets All the Whales. -  Among the many strange and  ancient prerogatives with which  queen Alexandra has become invested as consort of the reigning  sovereign is the right to tbe greater  portion of any whales that may be  caught or stranded; along the Britr  ish coast. -The whale is -legally regarded as a "royal fish," and as  such the property of the crown,  while an ancient statute, never yet  repealed, provides that the monster  shall be divided between the monarch and his consort, the head only  being assigned to the king,'while  the remainder, of the carcass goes  to the queen. The reason for' this  strange division was to furnish the  queen's wardrobe with the-whalebone necessary for her stays^a fact  which is explicitly set forth in the  statute.   -,      , n   }"    fc (  ��� Queen. Alexandra moreover has  been placed by the accession of her  husband upon a footing entirely  different from that of married  women in general. She may purchase and convey land and perform  other acts of ownership without  the concurrence of her husband,  and is from a legal standpoint a  single rather than a married  woman. She will be crowned not  by the will of the people, nor by  any right of her own, but by the  command of her husband. ,.It is. the  king's will alone which determines  the matter, and it was because of  this prerogative of .the* sovereign  that king Edward's grand-uncle,  George IV, Was enabled to prevent  his consort from" being ..crowned, or  from, even crossing the threshold of  Westminster Abbey while his  ' coronation was in progress.  ^thrqhe^may.be said to have brought  about, the . rehabilitation i'of   sir  Charles Dilke, who is destined; to  become a far more conspicuous and  important factor in public life than  he, has-been at any-time during the  ���last tenryears: ,   . -'\ ^    J    ,.,   ,   .  The'meeting of the privy council  immediately,after the,king's acces-  8ion"was the^first sir Charles, Dilke  has attended; since the- memorable  Crawford-Dilke <divorce case,  and  when "sir Charles bent his knee  before his sovereign to kiss his. hand  in: token, of* homage the king ad;  dressed some particularly > gracious  and friendly words to the^ Chelsea  baronet/ . -      ������ ^   '    . , '���  .. King, Edward. has always^ held  that. sir. Charles, was very badly  treated in the divorce case,-and at  a moment when the baronet was  being subjected"to the most* cruel  social ostracism and' to-the' most  violent obloquy, he. made a point bf  inviting him to ride by his , side up  and dowp Rotten Row one day at  the very height of the London season and at an hour when the'park  was crowded with rank and ������ fashion. The king entertains a higti  regard���for-the^abiiitiesTnof ^sir"  Charles as a statesman, and shares  the opinion expressed by prince  Bismarck arid held all over the continent, that there is no Englishman  who has such a mastery of international politics as sir Charles.  Limited.  *��'i*V��  rFUKUNEAOF  - ���. -., Front>Doors;        .  :  ���: IrisiderDoors-  ,.Screen%Doors"UA  ���*������  . "Wihabws    ;  ft Inside Finish   -.  ^looal and coast. - ,     " <  , ,       ��� Flooring  i looal and ooaati. '-  Newel Posts  - Stair Bail  Mouldings   Shingles  '      Bough and.  Dressed Lumber  ��� i     -'       . >    ; of all kinds.  DT-WHAT TOU WANT IB HOT IIT .BTOOK ���  ^ . WB WILL MAKB IT rOB TOU  CALL"AND QflT PR10E18. ' * -  J. A. Sayward  BALL AND LAKE BTBKKTS, WCL60W  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  <LIMITS!D)  ' CORNER OFj>..\.     .,,_���'  HENDRYX'AND VKRNON STRBBTS      :  '  __ ***************&*  ��� -The census of Canada-will be^taken in April,'and the pop-^_  ulation of the several incorporated cities will.be'known a short ;  time*afterwards.-\,THE; Tribune ..publishes Daily and Weekly  editions at the.following rates of subscription *by mail: Weekly, t  one year $2; Daily, six months,,$2!50; one year,. $5.   The Daily  is delivered in Nelsonp by carrier at the following rates: Three  months, $2.50;'six months,} $5; one year, $10.   A large number,,  of < subscribers are in arrears,-and atlarge'number, of subscriptions;  "are about'to expire/besides a large number of people in Kootenay^ *  * and Yale are about "tb'renew subscriptions for-newspapers for.the  ,.yeaiv  In-order to make it an object for all these people to pat-"1  '  n ronize^THEiTBlBUNB.-th'e^following sums are.offered as prizes, on >^  the following conditions:     '    ^   A   . .    "   .    '%y"   ...-[A-  Canada .* :..'. .i.. .$100^  ;British^Columbia A...:., 26  ' North west- Territories ��."."�����' 26'  Manitoba'.". r. n v.-.\-. >26v  "Ontario '".:...,'..: .>.. .T.A7��* ' 6\  Quebec ."...:'. .'.-.*:.-."'- 6'  ' New Brunswick '.;'. <    6  Nova Scotia ..:'.'...'..:���.���:v. " 6  [Nelson    rRossland   }Kasl6v.a.. .V.. A  iSandon^..;.....  i Reyels'tolce"?., ���"  ��� Grand Forks  Phoenix <  Greenwood  '���r<  .is.  S60r  26  ��� ,?--  - ~^ <?gy^  2 *  2  NELSON LICENCE DI8TBI0T.  Notieo la hereby given that David Church of  Hrio liaH mado application undor tho provlalonB  of tho "Liquor Licence Act, 1900," for an hotol  licence for tho B. C. Hotel at Brio, and that a  meeting of the Board of Licence Commissioners  will be hold to consider such application at tho  court house, at tho city of Nolson", on  the fourteenth day of March, IP"  eleven o'olock in tho forenoon.  Thursday,  arch, 1901 at the hour of  W.  H. BULLOCK-WEBSTER  ���_, . r.     _. ,, .  ~m Chl��f Liconco Inapootor.  Chief Constable's Offlco, Nelson, B. C.  27th February, 1901.  K00TENA7 LAKE GENERAL HOS-  PITAL   SOCIETY.  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.  In accordance with tho bylaws of tho Society,  the annual genual meeting will be hold in tho  Board of Trade loom on Tuesday, March 12tb, at  All annual subscribers of tho sum of 910 oro  members of the Society und eligible to tako pai t  in the oloctlop of directors for the ensuing year,"  NOTICE OF CHANGE OF TITLE.  Notice is hereby given that at the annual meeting of the Kootonay Lako General Hospital  Society a resolution will be moved a��king tho  Uoutcnant-governor-in- council to grant a chango  of title from ' Tho Kootenay Lake Goneral Hospital Society" to "The Nelsou General Hospital  Sooiety."  F. W. SWANNELL. Socretary.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pino Lnqber., Always, in  StooK.  We carry a complete stock of  Ooast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and' Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  The subscriber, remitting: $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  a above; $2.50, to three, estimates; 1 $5.00, to five estimates; $10, to -  ten 'estimates.    Pillr out blank below, in accordance with above'  terms, and remit amount.of subscription to  'S  ���* The Tribune Associations Limited  . '       '     NELSON, B. C.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  H. L T. HAULTAIN, C. E.  MINING      :-���  ENGINEER  OFFICK-8, 9, 10,        _ lid enU  K.-w.-c.i3iMk       ��� r    NcLoUN  .iName ....  Post Office  Province  Amount enclosed $.  Subscription to*. Edition of The Tribune  Estimate as to population of  Canada  -British Colum  North-West Territories  Manitoba   Ontario     Quebec  New   Brunswick  Nova   Soctia  City of Nelson  City of Rossland  City   of  Kaslo  City of Sandon  City of Revelstoke  City of Grand Forks  City of Phoenix  City of Greenwood  This offer holds good until the Isrl of April, 1901.  iiiKunninmn  TTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT��.mTTTT-  fT.TTTT.TV  NOTICE.  Rossland, B, C,  To F. B. Sausbuby :  November 9th, 1900.  Notice is hereby given that I, William Griffiths,  intend to claim tho interests in the following  named minoral claims formerly hold by F. B.  Salisbury, on which ho has neglected to pay his  share of the expenses of the annual assessment  work.-Towlfc:'1       -���.**.'������  A one-half (J) interest ln the "Bunker Hill'  mineral claim. ���-.  A one half (i) Interest in the "Sullivan" mineral  claim.'  A ono-half (J) interestin the "Fidelity" minora,  claim. - t  _ All thei adjoining olalms, ltuated on the west  fork or the north fork of Salmon river, in the  Nelson. Mining Division, .  .  This action is taken under Section 11 of Chap-  1. ter 45, ot the statutes of 1899 and amendments of  ;1900.  ���;. WILLIAM B. TOWNSEND.  Agent for William Griffiths,  ESTATE OF FRANK S. CAMPBELL.  In tho matter of tho Estate of Frank S. Campbell, late of the City of Nolson In the Province  of British Columbia, deceased.  Notice Is hereby givon, pursuant to thd,"TruH-  tees and Kxocntors Act" of tho revised statutes  of the Provinco of British Columbia, 1897, Cap.  187, to all creditors and others having claims  agaiuRt the estate of the said Frank S. Campbell,  ���who died on or about tho 23rd day of December,  A. D. 1900, to sond by post prepaid or delivered  to Messrs. Galliher 8c Wilson of the said city of  Nelson, -solicitors foi Glenn M. Bonny, the administrator of the personal estate und effects of tho  said deceased, or to the said Glonn M, Benny of  tho town of Sirdar in the proviuce of British  Columbia, tholr Christian and surnames, addresses, descriptions and full particulars of their  claims, statement of their accounts and the nature of tho security, if any, hold by them, on or  beforo the 1st day of April, A. D. 1901.  -And further take notice that after such last-  mentioned date tho Bald administrator, will proceed to distribute tho assets of the deceased to  the parties entitled thereto, haying regard only  to the claims' of whioh he shall then have notice.  The said administrator will not be- liable for the  said assets or any part thereof to any person or  persons of whose claims notice shall not have  been received by-him at the time of > such distribution. GALLIHER & WILSON,  Solicitors for' Glenn M. Benny; administrator  for Frank 8, Campbell, deceased -  .  Dated this 28th day of February, KOI, ���  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 Spices  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Street, Neteon  Is  A%M  i'A'M  :A''^%m  ~ sy^$Mi  ~_m  ,7ms  '' /5P\r��- <���' ���**.  :._ ^ - trades . ivmom. -, iA- >X  ���XL -l M,���B\?9t! ���_* a>lnewt union^rooma,.north-, > &&&$��  eastoorner.Vlotoria and TTooi^n.^ Bf����f�� ^X__7-_ M 77$:%.  eastoorner.Vlotoria and Kootena  Saturday evening at 8 o'cloc.  bers weloome. M.It.Mowatt. ��� ,���  Wilkes;  Socretary.    Union Scale o�� Wagm  b-ob-Neubon    District���Per-  ���machine  ���+J  m.RADBS AND LABOR COUNCIL.-iThe  ^   lar meetings of the Nelson-    "  men,��3.50:hammei^Vnmlner8,^^;,muokei��., tJ ��,��  *^"'SPABhoyeleTa and other underground labor- -rj^feff  ors,?300.        \-* i "i',   ' >''  * * ->^i .��'.*.    U-7&^  ' ' ~      " ~\ J -'3Sk  r.       i.���,ii-i~-i-z; ���- Trades and LaEor ��� '*'*A��b  Council wiU beheld ln the miners* union haU^AV4#rf   ���z -    '    v-. '.   "'���*M  mHB regular meeUngs of the Carpenters' Union - * "^  *��� '.are held on .Wednesday, evening of ��mh^ "**  week, at ��� ^v.^-..  nw; Victoria' and  Clayton, President.  5��  streets-; Cbarlos AA^^t  Kootenay   John MeLeod, Seoretary.  ^ARBERS' UNION���Nelson Union. Mo. 196,|rofW&^^|  ,-��\the International Journeymen ^Barber eUii- tyAjf^i  ion of America, moots every first and third Mon-i&v/fi^  Bon.��Bcre(Ary-treasurer; J. C. Gardnor, recording^   V=K^|  secretary. - .   -. ^ ���-^     , , ^ - ,* g ��� y& ,��� ���  TABORBM3'UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro*  St te9tUa,UnIPn{.N��- *]a'&- F. of Li, meets In'.  Miners'^Union hall^C. P. R. block,'cornor of  Kaker and Stanley streets, every Monday evonlni  cording secrotary,  ���M-EL80N PAINTaRSVUNION-The  i   aSP0^. ?L SS^ Painters' -Union la "hold V  the flret and third Fridays in eaoh month at Mln-  era' Untotf Ijsn Sb 7:30 sharp. "J. tt mAmStS.  President; WiU j: Hatch. SecretMy.TJ"^1^^";  rjOOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION���Regular ���  *f   meetiiiKS   ovory Tuesday ovoning at 8.30  o clock, in Miner*' Union Hall, corner.,of Baker  and Stanley stroets. -Vlstlng brethren cordially  Invited:   Chris Lnft, president; H. Smolser. fln- "  ancial and recording secretary. >  PLA8TBRKRS' UNION-The O..P. I. A. N��.  ��,��� i7h n?eeto every Monday evening ln the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley streeta. at  R o clock. J. D Mover, president ;-,Willlam  Vice, Recrotary, P. O. Box C1B. - f  FBATEBNAL. societies.  NKLSON LODGE, NO. 88, A. W.: ifc A. M  Meets second Wednesday In Moh month.   Bqjonrnlng brethren Invited.  NIGHTS OK PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge, No   35, Kntehteof Pythias,meete in LO. O.K.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'olock. Visiting Knlgh I a  cordially invited to attend. H. M. Vincent C. C.  A. T. Park, K. of R. & S.  TT-OOTKNAY TKNT NO. 7,' K. O. T. M.t-  -x*,���Hold their regular mootings on tho firbt-and--  thlrd Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights aro coidinlly invited to attend. G. A.  Brown.'R. IC; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel,  D�� S. C�� '  ���MTELSON L. O. U. No. 1G93. meete ln I. O. O. F.  ���*-' Hall, oorner Baker and Kootenay streets,  1st and 3rd Friday of eaoh month. Visiting  brethern oordlally invited. W. W. Bradley,-W  SI, A. Minty. Reoordlng-Seoretary.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Gko. H. Lammkhs, J. R. Ciiansion, or to  auy person or persons lo whom he may have  transferred his lntorcbt in tho HarvoyJoy  minoral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nelsou  Mining Division.  You are horeby notified that I have ozpended  Ono Hundred Dollars In labor and Improvement*  upon the abovo montionod mineral claim, in  order to hold said mineral claim undor''tho  provisions of tho Mineral Act, and'lf within  ninety days from tho date of this notice you fall  orrofuAo to contribute sour proportion of such  expenditure, together with all costs of advert 1a-  ing, your interest in said claim will become the  property of the subscriber, under section four of  an Act entitlod "An Act to Amond tho Minoral  Aot, 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December. 1900.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNEES  To T. A. Stkvknson, or to any person or por-  80iis to whom ho may have'transferred hM  inteicstin thoLUa mineral claim, at Morn  ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:  You arc horoby notified that I havo expended  tho sum of Oue Hundred and Fifty-Seven Dollars  in labor and  improvements   upon   tho abovo  montioned mineral claim, in order to ,liold said  mineral  claim  undor  tho   provisions   of   the  Mineral Act, and if within ninety days from the  date of thiit notice you fail or refuse to contribute  jour proportion of such expenditure, together  with all costs of advertising, your interest in said  claim will become tho proporty of tho nubecribor,  under section four of an Act entitled "An Act to  Amend tho Mineral Act, 1900."  DANIEL   HERB.  Dated this 12th day of February, 11W1.  Notice of  Application to  License.  Transfer a  Notieo Is horoby given that I Intend to apply nt  tho next sitting of tho Board of Liconi>o Commissioners of the City of Nolson for permission  to transfor my rotail liquor license for the prom-  isos situate on the south end of Lot 1, Block ti. In <  .the City of Nelson, and known as lhe Manhattan  saloon, to Charles H. Ink and Slegol Bojd.  CHARLES A. WATERMAN.  Dated at Nolson, B.C., this ISth day of February. 1901. ,  ���  Witness: Arthur-K. Vauohan.  MUSIC;  Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate In vocal and In-  strumojital music is now prepared to receive  pupils-for instruction in voice oulture,  method, aim piano and organ;  Italian  '.room  For terms and further particulars apply, re  5. A. MaedpmUd building, ooowr JoMphlne And  Vernon street. -   ��� THE TRIBUNE: NELSON" B C. MID AY MAftCH- 1, 1901  T.  i  layers Supplies  We carr/ in stock a full line of Assayers' and Chemists'  Supplies. The quality of our goods cannot be excelled  and  our prices are  re asonable.==  our prices are  We are British Columbia Agents for.  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & GO.  VICTORIA  BLOCK NELSON,   B. C.  iw*��-  W:  i~i'  I >-l i. ���  I>t   >  l*v.��   '  X$fe " -  >��">"V     ���  i^_.   -*v- *  Jj-V-"-^    ������ '  M*.J_ &,      ,  \wC -*-  X%8r& *V_  ���33   .i   V<  KT*��.   �� -. <  SrVv i :i ^  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Co.  NELSON,  B. C. ���  Builders and  ;    Contractors  Having taken over the business "of the West Kootenay Brick ft  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg j;okask^for a continuance  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply ^you with our products at lowest  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than before/we shall be able to supply the trade at-a  lower-figure.    .-^ . *  * ' It is our intention to Install machinery to manufacture - our  marble products, and next season, we shall be in a position to supply  ' < ,these products at reasonable rates. I _,      i y -, <   .  '    :_ Svfe shall-also Keep on hand a stock1 of Fire Brlek, Fire Clayy  ;VTiles and Cement. ��� _        '      "      - "-- "~   .���    '<��� ~'y" -"'  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes"at the  ^Spokane Industrial Exposition iri 1899 and' also this year. We also  *'' secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  -"Stone.--- '        '>-.--    , * ���?" ' .'"Ki   *'     ����.=   *,-  . o-)  - AW*  ^Builders.  '*.-.'. '-*_.  .  .-.iis_r��?.   .  are prepared  .to offer special rates  to Contractors' and  ���w  rfi".  '. <*   .  '''f-'J '  tsi~.  a:  ,     ERNEST' MANSFIELD,' ' - - -;  -����� '^'ifor^The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  It   .-i  '   "��� ' , '~J.   ,J,   - *����� _    Successors to ������ - . ?  '!.- .A"''ATbe]West Kootenay Brick.'& Lime Co.', Ltd  %'  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Ilarry Williams of Club's Landing  had lifc leg broken and badly  smashed early yesterday morning  while engaged in getting out logs.  He was brought to the city by  Joseph Club in the afternoon and  was taken to the hospital.  W. H. Smyth has purchased a  quarter interest in the Arcade claim  situated near the first switchback  on tlie Hall Mine3 road from James  "J. Godfrey for a nominal consideration. The sale was recorded yesterday.  - The time of tbo stage leaving  Grand Porks for Republic has been  changed. Under the new schedule  it departs on the arrival of the Nelson train at Grand Forks, while  formerly it left on the following  day, which makes it more convenient for the traveling public. , ���  - Thomas Parkinson of the firm of  P. R. Stewart & Oo. left last evening for -Vancouver, where he will  ���be connected with the company "as  "traveling jigent. 'Before his departure' he was entertained at'a  dinner party by Hugh Stevens of  the Waverley hotel.  The city crusher, -which was  being used at Robson'by contractor  Gunn, has been returned. It will  at once be put into place at the  quarry on Victoria street * and  crushing will be resumed. A considerable amount of fine stone is  yet "needed, asvthere are'several  ���places on Baker street that have to  be macadamized. .. - -  > t-  >x."--�� f.  ;\ ���_���'  \fi ft _���  Xm "i  |&-s-Vs  X&A-  '' PerKaps you did; not know/  ~; but we waktyou7 to. learn  now ^and, "remember tbat  . we  - make,'a1^ "feature : of  cheese of all kinds.  MacLaren's Imperial In all Sizes.  MacLaren's Ijoquefort.  Imported Swiss.   -   ���.   Also the Finest Canadian Cream.  MRKPATRICK & WILSON  Ky -. -, v .*pfre^tead i ng-Grocersr-=������-���  m  x$*  II'  XW'  IS"  k;  If  IS2"  \W  LfA. -  l'i<n'.  1*3' s  -  k '  W *  i +,  h  tt -  it  Xsi  Telephone IO  K-W-C Baker Street  The Nelson Clothing House  Great Slaughter Sale  ���#  �����  FROM 10 TO 26% DISCOUNT. FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  In order to make room for Sprint? Goo Is, I have decided UjmjII tw^onoxtM^AApjiM  All*" *          J" -"'    '1~      -.-...*���������   ..____a ..M.  offered-in tho Kootonays.   My stock is all new ai d up-to-date and tlio sale ia genuine.,noi now^avail  .yourHolf of tho best opportunity to got gooi good i at loss than wholosale prices.   Remember this Is  for only 30 days. .   J.  A.   QILrKER,   Proprietor.  MURALO  MURALO  As housecleaning will soon !)e 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  than MURALO.   We have twemy-five shades to select from.  Ask for color card.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVURES  AND   ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and other scunes, Free with every purchase  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  CONCERT WAS A SUCCESS  .^Public Library Benefit^  ��� The concert" given at the opera  .house last-evening in aid'of'the'.  Nelson public library was a success ���  bdtlijinancially and socially. .The.  attendance was good and .-although  it is, not known t��� exactly I what '..the  proceeds"will-be,. it-'is -^estimated<  they-will amount to oyer^lSO.-,.^" .'.  '.   Shortly^ after-_8;30(^the' program  was opened t>y a'piano"diiet byMra!  R. W. ..Hannington and 'Mis3,iBen^  eussan, which '.was "highly; ^appreci--  atedfl ,C. _' Benedict-.theiij rendered  "4White .Wings.' f L < He i-'-was 'in^good  ivoice "and was accompanied by Miss  "McCannon.   John Crofts.retitedhis  ^favorite poem, "The\Langnage~of  'the Animals," which ,wasi followed  by a"trio, i'A, Musical^Itide,'--rend;  ered by Mrs. E.y R. Woakes, maiidof  lin.lb/BVWJnter, banjo and Mrs. A:  Stewart, piano. ...      , ^  The principal feature of,the even=-  ing was ''One Hour iuvWonderland,"  by������ W. H. Dowsing of . Spokane,  whose , entertainment" and clever  acting won him" applause. -After tt  short intermission the second-parti  of the program was'opened by a'  vocal solo, "Butterflies," contributed  by Miss Bensusan.. Following was  a mandolin solo by Mrs. E. .R.  Woakes and 0. Ross. - Miss J. Lillie  rendered a vocal solo entitled "On  Venice Waters," after' which followed the concluding ?" piece, the'  "Spring Dance," given by' Miss  Hedley, with the cello, the accom:  paniment being played"by 'Mrs. R.  W. Hannington and Miss Bensusan.  The success of the event is largely  _due"to1tne=dir'ecfcersr"Whotspared-no  pains in making elaborate preparations. G. Philips, G. Bell, .A. Johnston" and C. B. Winters acted as  ushers. ���   Freighting and Transfer Company. ,  The negotiations to purchase the  entire interests of'the Nelson Transfer Company by'R. H. Williams  and captain D. G. Kurtz, which was  published in This .Tribune a. few  days ago,* wore closed yesterday  and the new company,, will take  charge of the business today. The  name of the firm will hereafter be  known as the Nelson Freighting &  Transfer Company. The head office  will be at the oflice of Mr. Williams  on Baker street, who will act-.as  manager. At present the business  will be . conducted with the -. same  staff, but it is intended 'to make- a  number'of improvements and increase the force iu the near future.  The former members of the company are J: T. Wilson, K. A. Forbes  and George Ferguson.  SUPREME COURT ADJOURNED  Some Decisions Reserved.  The supreme court session was  concluded yesterday afternoon at  1 o'clock when the case of Harris vs.  Pitts was completed; At .the conclusion of the case Mr. justice Irving  said he would reserve his judgment, but-wheu it was given it  would be in favor of the plain tiff.  That is, mayor Pitts will have to  remove his buildings from Reco  street in the town of Sandon, which  was the cause of the action. Those  who testified in the case yesterday  were J. M. Harris. E. M. Sandilands  and E. ArBrown for the'plaintiff  and Messrs:iStubbs" and Pitts for  the defendant. The evidence elicited the fact that the defendant had  erected buildings on the street, but  tlie question to be decided by the  judge is iu what degree damages  were done.'".   _ .  _, "Although the session was a long  one only a comparatively short list  of cases were ;on the docket. The  judgments in the cases of Marino vs.  Alexander et;al, McLaren vs. Billings and Harris vs. Pitts have been  reserved and ,it will probably be  some time - before they are made  public. Tlie next session of the  supreme court for-the trial,of criminal cases will-be held heie in April.  Mr. Justice Irving left last evening for Victoria. After, remaining  there a few days he will' return - to  Vancouver, where he will preside  at supreme court. ��� * *  ! Too targe a District. /  ~ As. J. F. Armstrong of Fort Steele  is the official administratorof East  and West "Kootenay, the 'local and  all the barristers of the Kootenays  are agitating that he be given several assistants or have other independent -administrators appointed  at various centers throughout the  district and '-thus"- divide it - into  smaller jurisdictions. ,v It is thought  that this,great area is too large for  one man Jto'coyer. What J\as been  .asked for^isjmlamendmentl'top the  act providing-for, the ^appointment  of an official;admiiiistrator- for each"  electoral district in the. Kootenays  instead of county, a9.the act, now  reads. The-matter has-already, been  brought "to-the attention,of theat-  torney-genjeral's department, and"  there is'.. not"do"ubt" that it will  be considered at the present session.  - - *>~���^on : -*>    -  Presentee! W#h $200.  , Last evening Wnumber of friends  of W. J. Thompson,. who resigned  the position of'chief pf the local fire"  brigade,' to' accept service, in the  Baden-Powell-.constabulary,'met at  the Clarke hotel'and'presented him  with'the- proceeds-of ;the, ^recent  smoker,- $100, ^fand .an additional  ,pnrse of $100.*ir~The presentation  was aiade,, by,J.\KfStraehan, city  clerk; in a very appropriate'speech,  to''which the lecipient Lreslpouded  neatly.' w^y*;        -x-  J Custom House Collections.  ' ^The collections made at the custom  house for the-port of'-Nelson for the  month-ending February: 2Sth were  as follows :       ;'* '    /    '   "     '   -  77777!    777$4178I3 00_  <..-:...!....    159000  hi. ZEF5r:Ei:R,s &o oo  XTSlXiSOXT  KASLO  SA.XTZ30XT  STOVES!   STOVES I   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for t^e Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION.,  TELEPHONES; , Store, Corner Baker and Josephine Stieet  Dewet's. Movements.  Oudtschorn, Cape Colony, February 28.���General Dewet, it is officially asserted, having failed to cross  the Orange river at Daitorspoort, is  hurrying to Roentfontein.  PERSONAL.  Dutiable Import, value....  Free import value.*    .' .'..'  Total import value. . -..  Duty collected '".   Other revonues :  Total  $46,433 00  ill.mi.70  47 62  911,019.22  Houston Block.  Telephone 181.  P, O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  Made Its First Shipment.  William" Ttiomlinson, superintendent of the Speculator mine, an  extension of the Arlington, on  Springer creek, has just brought to  the city the first shipment of ore  fronTthat property. The consignment consists of about 30 tons and  is of a high grade. The property,  which is owned by the principal  shareholders of the Arlington, was  bonded six months ago, and during  that time probably more work has  been done on it than on any other  property in the district. The company has plenty of capital and they  mean to explore its mineral deposits  extensively. The work is being  done with a staff of about twenty-  five men.   It is the intention of the  company to make the mine a second J cipalities   with-a  view   to seeing  Arlington. J what concessions could be sscuredj  Want a, Railroad."-  The inhabitants of.the Okanagan  are quite anxious ,that they should  have-a railroad.1 *'J. M, Robinson,  one of the prominent business men  of Peachland, lias gone. to. Victoria  and he intends interviewing the  government ,with .a view to securing the building. of ,a road from  Peachland right through to Prince-,  ton. Last year ..the road was run  out.for about nine miles toward the  sixteen~railes distance of i the route  to Glen Robinson mines, which are  owned by' a company in which Mr.  Robinson' holds - a large' interest.  Work on this will probably be continued at' once. ..The mines are  ready to ship ore and are awaiting  the completion of the'road, everything so far having to be carried  by packhorses. Work' on1 some of  these properties is' down as far as  the 200-foot level and the mines are  showing up well.���  After a' Location.  A large Shropshire, England, tanning company has been communicating with the department of  trade and commerce through the  Canadian agent at Liverpool for  the purpose of bringing before the  attention of Canada a proposition  which they are prepared to make  toward investing a capital of five  under thousand dollars under certain conditions in establishing their  business somewhere in Canada.  They would would be glad to write  direct   to  any officials  of   muni-  '   W. Copland of Sandon is in the  'eity for a few days.  A. H. Hartley of Victoria arrived  in the cily yesterday. '  George Williams of Spokane is in  Nelson for a few days.  . Bert    Winn   of   Greenwood    is  registered at the Trornout,   _    _    .  H. A. Durkie, a railroad man of St.  Paul, is stopping at the Hume.  W. C. Lancey of Winnipeg, and  J. C. Ryan of Kaslo are at the Phair.  A. Oliver of Sandon and P. W.  Bell of Butte, are registered at the Madden  House.  Miss F.   Holmes   of Vancouver,  Miss L. B. WJlsod of Brandon; and Mrs. Francis  of Calgary are stopping at the Queen's.  James 'Balfour   of " Lennoxville,  Harry H. Cooper of' Vancou ver, W. Q: Short of  Montreal, and. D. Wright of Spokane are  registered at the Hume.  , ���         \  .  -' BUSINESS  MENTION.  '   >  . z          "    .       ..  , Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada. ���  To let���Furnished rooms in Carr  riey block.  Apply Miss Garrottv  Go to the Old Curiosity- Shop if  you want to buy or sell anything..     r~*  " .Cash paid for' scrap viron, brass  and copper.   Nelson Iron Works.        -      \  7 ' Hack calls' left- at* the \> Pacific  -Transfer barn on Vernon street. " Telephone  oall35. '_. *>     ,    ,-       , *���-    u .-_���-"' "*~,i   <"-  .���.Wanted.���A goodT smart, ,;sober  man to act as porter and yard, min at .the Hotol  Phair.    �����.    _ '   'i -      <    -**��� -      <���    ��� . _  " For Rent.���Two" fine offices' centrally located. Apply to A. H.-* Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal.  -, ^   ,& v,1^r,r^. _ ,-,~'j'  '^Twclarge, well-furnished 5 rooms  to le��"l and S Macdonald'block, "corner Josephine and Vernon.   *    - -.     \* ^    '^ \ '.   J "j_  j ^Lost���A'red'pocketbook'cbhtain-  iug mopcy; 910 reward for Its return to adjutant  McGill, Salvation Army. .      . . _    ,    , ._  'Japan''Tea. of'all kinds to suit  your taste. ,-8un -Cured, Spider Leg, Pan Fired  in bulk or packages.   Kootenay Coffee Co. _���  Wanted^-A few first-class stonemasons and stonecutters on the llobson bridge.  Union wages paid. Apply,at the work.. John  Gunn. ~ <, ��  -.Found.���A pocket-Hook containing a small sum of money. ��� Owner can have  same by proving property,and paying for this  advertisement.   . -'  Nelson    Employment     Agency,  Baiter'street,'J. H. Lover i Wanted ���Flrst-claS-  hotel cook,-waiters,-girl for-housework, .tie-  makers.   _ _ _      _ (.       ,,  * ^Fpr ffe8h,candies,'fruits, nuts, &c,  cigars and tobaccos of the befit brands, call at the  Bon Ton Confectionery, Baker street, Miss A.  Ii. Kllnkwltz.   -       .    .    .  ���    ,      i ,  Furnished -Room to Let���Large  fro"t room to let; centrally located. ApDly toM.  M. Fraser, East .Victoria'atreel, near corner of  Hendryx.,        y .j        , ^  ' That fine blend of,Ceylon Ten we  are selling at thirty cents per pound is giving  the best ofi satisfaction" to our many-cuBtomers.-  KootenayCoffooCo. _. , ..    ,   >  ..For.rent���rOn March 1st, house on  corner of Front and Park streets. Five rooms,  bath room, eto. - Rent, including water, $25. - Apply to K Kilby, next door to McBrlde'a stables.  Western. Canadian Employment  Office���Male and female help of all kinds furnished free of charge. Victoria street, noxt door  to Public Library.   Phoiie 270.- P. O. Box 711.  Copper, Copper," Copper.-* Copper  mines nnd prospects wanted. Send samples and  report to The Prospectors' Exchange. Room 4,  K-W-C Block, Nelson, B. C.   Phone 104.   P. O.  box No. 700.1      .        >, .    ���'-  We  have. Indian,   Ceylon _and  Chiila Teas ln great variety, cholcost quality.  Wo mako a specialty of blending teas and sell  t hem In any quantity at lowest rates. Kootenay  Coffee Co.       - i  Gold,   Gold,   Gold. Free  milling  gold mines and prospec's wanted. Sond samples  and report to Andrew. F. Rosenberger, Room 4,  K-W-C Block, Nelson. Telophono 104 P.O. box  No.7C0. .  Farm to rent cheap���with about  300 fruit tree?, one-halt acre of strawberries, one-  half acre other small fruits, and Ave acres of  clover. 'Rent to bo paid ln making improvements. Apply M, Tribune olllce or Telephone  01, Nelson.  John Love, representing the Consolidated Stationery Company. Ltd., Winnipeg,  is in tlio city. He will be in the Kootenay, alo-  can and Boundary 'districts for several weeks,  during which time his headquarters will be at  tho Hotel Hume.    -  '- Wanted ��� A woman   who  can  tako chaigo nf goneral housework. Three  cluldion. Good home for right person. Wages  $18a month. Will pay half faro to Forgueoii.  Write at once to R. P. Pettlpiece, Ferguson, B. C���  care of Eagle.  Miners Strike  A poor dinner or tea plate it will be sure to  break. We have a line of Camp Ware that looks  neat and will wear like iron.  Hotel and  Restaurant  Ware a specialty.. Watch for our import order  direct from the English Pottery, when prices  will  be  cut  in  two.< ~  WILLIAM HUNTER & COMPANY  GROCERIES AND CROCKERY.  -BAKER STREET.-NELSON.  MXXlMlirTTllltlTlinllI��I��ITT��t;igr��Tllll��l��lirTTTTTrTrTTTTrrrTrrTY-.....��.ii...i��t.i.TT..r.iiT..trrTTTTTTTTTT  THE- PROSPECTORS ^CHANGE  No. 4, K. W. C. Blook/  NELSON,  �����:?���.  . Gold; Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at tbe Exchange, j ry  Free-Milling Gold Properties Iwaqted atoncefor Raatern Investors.  . Parties having mining property for salo are _  -Exchange for exhibition. We desire to hear lrom  'Olaims in British .Columbia.    u     ".-  uested to send samples of their.; ore to the  ' prospectors who have promising mineral.  t -    Prospectors and mining men are requested to mako tho Exchange their headquarters when  in Nelson. '        * * _       "      ~,   -r* _.        ��> ��. -���        v   ���  ~    All samples should bo sent by express," Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited."  J" 7'  ''_.    Address nil communications to'-�� '    r-       "j\!    '"'1    "*  ''    /'-'*   -��'"   '",'-rv  Telephoneol04^i'�� ,   ^ . . AM DREW  F. ^ROSENBERGER,  '���fr  P; O. Box 700  Nelson, B. C.  Ail the fashionable'creations  ' in Spring and Summer wear  are included'in.my'last consignment of Scotch and Irish  -Serges, Tweeds .and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  ,t ii-  E. Skinner  * _ ���>��� ���   -     *      * *���>_-1   * >. -    ^ -  mum  -Improved" incandescent  Mirror>�� Globe^ Lamps  Now- in< -Stock. - They  Improve- -Electric <��� - Light'.  Fifty per-cent.   ">" .      ~  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  ;   & CONSTRUGTIpNiGO..;  -   k- -'��� ' fNelsonr-B.'C/ - ,.^ ���  Neelands.' Building! Baker Street. 1  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager,  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  Large stock of high-class Imported  .   lUflty of tl  ���-  fashion in ooats.  specialty of the square   shoulder���1  '   "'    ii  is.  A  latest  O.W.West&Co.  COAL!      WOOD!  ~.  i .  Anthracite ' fW.W  Crow's Nost :  .'...   0.15  Blairmore    C.75  >    IDSlXiX'V'BlRSir).  The Gait Coal office has been  removed to the1 Ward build-  iug, on Baker street���two  doors west.C. P. R. offices.,  A-full supply of" Gait'Coal'  now on hand.' '  .    .A , " \  j> i  W. P. TIERNEY,  i, v  Telephone No." 265' - General'Agent.  ;-��� i'  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY. LTD.  No order can be aooopted unless aooompanled  by cash.  , ���  Offloe: Corner of Hall  and Baker Streets.'  TELEPHONE 33.  DISSOLUTION   OF  PARTNERSHIP.  Notice is horeby given that the partnership  heretofore exist Ing between R. B. Riley and T. C.  Bcnoy, who carried on business under the firm  name of Iteiloy & Benoy, has this day been dissolved by mutual consent. The business will be  continued by R. B Rolloy, to whom all accounts  due the firm of Roiley Sc Benoy are payable, and  who will pay all outstanding indebtedness of said  fli in.  (Signed) ROBT. B. RRILEY  T.C. BENOY  Witnesses, A. Larsen, Sao. Templeton  Nelson, B.C., February 28th, 1901.  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street. _  PAINTERS  '        Decorators and' '  Paper Hangers.  > Dr. Morrison; Dentist, has removed 'to  new ofllces in the K-W-C block.   >   - ���*  his  THE GREAT LABOR  INVALUABLE 10  SAVING  INVENTION  BUSINESB   AND   PROFESSIONAL  MEN  The Can-Dex Copying Book and InK.  Letters and othor documents can be copied perfectly and quickly-without. Uwruso-w'Wa'I'Br,  "press, brush or moisture pod.  -   ,  JOHN BLANEY. Agent, Nelaon, B. C.  If you want all the Mining  News of the Lardeau, you  must become a paid-up  reader of the  LARDEAU EAGLE  FERGUSON, B. C.  per year.   '    *   It fills the bill.  $2  MRS. CARR  t  LATE OP VANCOUVER . "  LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formerly oooupled bjr i3Usa>MaoMilIanki  Victoria Block.   "  The patronage of Nelson ladles solicited.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175, Haro Street', Vancouver!  'Boarding and Day School for Girls. Will reopen January 16th. Terms moderate, "For termi  and prospectus apply to, ,,,  " MADAMOISELLE KERtf. Principal.  ���' TEACHER   WANTED.'  ������=��� ."  Teacher wanted for Velvet Mine school, near  Rossland. Salary 950. Address applications U>  H. H. Browne, Velvet Mine, Itossland; Secretary  of Board. ' ,   ,,  Dp. Hawkey.  Has Removed to the    r  TURNER-BOECKH BLOCK  Cornor of Ward and Bakor Streets.  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW.'.Proprietor.   ���  Headquarters for ^  "CARAMEL"   "POMMERY"   .  "SM1LAX"   "VIRGIN -GOLD-"  Bmohlng and Pipw.

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