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 J, <7����  -K*.  'sr1-^ ~,c  t'-i1'^ 'K X <v ^-"3? "��r�� *S-*"��.*i 11-," J*t^r^5 ���,-~sa~��.,i  f_ , 2S.--��J l_!  V    i ,-��-.  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  ,   TWO D0LLAR8 A YEAR"  NINTH YEAB.  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C. THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1901  A  BELLIGERENT   SENATOR  JINGO   SPEECH B7 MORGAN  CANAL QUESTION.  ���,7y  77y  ON  ���-..���*& .*������:  ���9i:  m  ^��S0H;;Ahn^  ���x7i7^k7ymMA^A^y^7yy7yXxy:A7.  y s^;^^  Witi  M  ���-After       ... .^rSnsaiCti-fd';  !����^i��the��8^  | j<& |gf gap ^DemircraiiS^ -  "' r'^heTlse^  ^deii^  ij!*��al|ro*^^  mi^^rguinen^^y^  _^. ..^Panama'canals  IThe'b'nly^pr^^  Lfegthe7^^  r 7 7;ii:|^nal;-* iw^  ' |^?li]^��]&e^^  I ||��|^8un^^^^  tained in theClayton-Bulwer treaty,  the American people would resist  to the bitter end. ."And that resistance," he exclaimed,' vehemently, "will mean the wiping out of  any-power on ,earth that undertakes it,'^...^ J.y ,^__..,_,;, yx^.y..,,,.  fSJH_e[ regarded the ��Glay fon-Bulwei��  ^treaty in thonature.of an Alliance,1  '������a^shamefuli alliance" with Great4  Britain and denounced any suggestion of the in^ility of the IJnitM  ;$tat*e^tds_3^^  ^itfto^  s^r^HeJmara^  ;ofTthe^il<M**c^^  ^nited-'Sta^  treaty at any time and until it was  abrogate^  MINER - GRAVES SYNDICATE  MINING AND SMELTING IN  ^        ,r  BOUNDARY.?    *  THB  ;t^!j;>"  [i.0j^c\ude^iv6m��  ^Itcbnsidemtidn-'of. ;!the1  i commission.  |pbii$:;to^  p^-ffi-e^  IpficMionff^ff*^^  ��� '; ?:i-f3treatmthatjwould?admit of ithe conV  J'S*:;-'-5''-'.    -,*,,*"::':-*"-''''- ������...���.-������---������:������ -..^ I--.-.��i.-.��.-~..,. -..;���:���  !���.>-���"  Icquhtr^M^itJ^^^^^^lM^w  *:speech^;Mr^|:|Morgan:U'yie^ra^?)iS^  fflboivai;^  Warren (Wyoming) the senate went  :ihfojes��e*^^  ^ttejens^-^jburhed^^  Enlargements  **',VT '  !  * W- ���*  Contemplated Enlargements and   Im-  |f��|ilf|!Me^  Dr. J. T."_ Carroll/was one of the.  principal speakers. There was  some ^oppopitioifi-fiot -particularly  on behalf of th'e^C.". P. E.,��but in  favor of government ownership of  railways an^; building of a line by  the proyinc|;M8isted by a Domin-  i^^bsidy^^S^i *   ��� ��  PRICE WYE CEHTS;.  MADE A DASH FOR LIBERTY  GEORGE EMORY'S LIVELY SPRINT  PROM AN OFFICER.      ,vi  ;<���*������$?  mm  ^iiim^^^jrmeu Strike.  ,S^AVA^^p|M8fe'-,6.'r-The harbor  light��rcE^^^|^the stevedores in  ���il^sM^^iSaSu^TOing.   This move  had beenantici*^^.   The steamer  ^^pp^l^^iiaplih^ winch  iil't'iviairi lihiafa'i:la__��7r_ir.U_-r'_-.-_,_-.,-.~l.*-  Irish Members .Indignant.  mxx.  WmvemiBnmBhM^w^vm^m  ^ia***"*:^^!^-*.^^^^  ;;#I#N_K)N;!��Mareb;^ \  '^dmdndjswdf^  of the Associated Press: "The scene  last night in the house of commons  was a direct result, of a trick on the  part of the"govei;nmeht.��'A vote oh  account for'seventeen millions had  ,:*'i"^^^.*^li ������*?**'J>'*3��* ���,'V''/^.S,'>l*>'*'i''.,t-*f'.-'(jr'4V*1^ IV '���"���?*'���_-'��� .y..-.-.Vto; ^���l'nv,^  ���be^brong^t:up]for;dis(ra  |co>w^fa*;:mu1ti*tu  included ovei'��2,000i00p;, for 'Irish  purposes^ . The discussion was initi-'  fatedib^EriglilhBm^li^lron  English,education questibn.    It was  nnivereally ' lindera tbod ' that   the  ll&fiole^  the English question and then^ tho  Fliimmerfelt, assistant general man-  ager of the Granby smelter atrGrand  :Ec*��ira^atid-|^^  paniesl^mb'raic^^m^tS^  Miner-GravesSyndicate, is -here en  route to Victoria.; ; Mr. Pluuimerfelt  gave a graphic outline of the scope  ���S-*'i'-jrV-'-1"''^'*."--'" '���^���-."-rS'Xv^^.li-sy^. 'i>;rJ>.i;f;ft-;iM^a;  of the mining and smelting'opera-  :;- ���fi.i^j-.v-rt.j-A^v ������T*^^^-*^*^5.tj^-.--*^r.ttr%i;<*'Jr'^-i'l--*'**.''K  tions" how being carried ~onv:by' his-  :f.fc^-����*fe#^^;3;T^*-Vr*^^  principals in the  Boundary and.an  Magistrate' Crease Joins,  and Soon Locates ~H_s  x    ^      i  the  ^r >  ���* i  e   A'  Pursuit  Quarry--  Prisoner's Sentence PostpMed.  0 ��<*/*������> '      "  idea of plans; and -eulargemerits - in;  ,jth*e1iiea_;.fu*Mre7^  W<*t**?_i_.  'uhdersta^iinigKaSlargelnl^^  Irish members, includingr. some of  the?  itfie!  most  lii^The'?Gra_iby*j:sinleltOT^  .>T-^^.';:'i-:^''7J';:-',-Vi-'*-v;>';;;.'.yf'^".^' -���:ii->"v��?.��^:~.Vii_.jJv;^;^^^^^  "up to March 1st has treated.a total  |tbnhaKeTbf;burrbwh^resSbf^lOO,000  tons, - lacking 17.- tons. .-.s-It has a  nominal tonnage of 600 tons daily.  iTHe^lpl^  August 21st last with one furnace,  the second one _hot having been  blown iii; lintiliOctober..3rdivriThe-  jGrl^lF^rlraSfroml  p|pp^p^til^dm|Sab "her  ^cfclfayeei^i^U their  ^l^vei^t^fe^trc^^  TliehB]l��yedbrea^ked for an increase  of|fpomS^5tf^JtoJ$4i50 silver per  day.^  t^Bo^^Moyemeats.  S>SMMi_r_i���.'  ^iBnMmMntcli 7.-Tlie Daily  jjMtaUp^u^il^Bpj'the following from  iCol|ibraJ^dSteiif March "5th: A big  ^ni^m%$||^b^ng^<prepared'' to  :cfeS^|0e>0vbicrte^bf Orange River  ;Cqlb1n^^from^orth  to  south   of  f]^rBym0mm'% <, -~       ' $/i  li��5AP]^w^M&,rch47.���The Boers  I^ho^^ptured^; Pearston, on ^ the  iGria^Rieffi|riTO���)���, Sunday morning  ���^i^be^^CW^and. had two gutis;  iThey^e^si^^i^possessionJof the  ||wn|^The|^gaji^      consisted ] of  twenty  ^^i^^^e|^Ic(hials<i and  Itb^igcli^di^57  )Xi^J~X^&��$XM&7"xX'"7''  ^A..K^Iiiiife3.!fi>ss*S  l^l|^(^w^ehjicli^  I T-isS-JJfefe'Mi'^Kiaii'ni'^  !*��!||g'^^*e^^  !%*rr J*l  r golden silence - can: prevent that  iMV-t.*i*HA*R_"__i*"'***i��rilI**y*rtrt��  H   **'^-/-.''CJ ,T*_f '.'__mt* ��^"���� I '������ Vr*.C* __l L_ _��t^_.�� ^^ >��� 'r7, Att^K^k'^'ia w^'^^^l t.^1 J��'rt>'.^�� ��� A��^��*r/  1?^   _^*a^itK(^lbse^)^tl^^  tmidni*g1i^'M^  Ielbseiibl_^di^Bsioffi|oM^f^  I^S5>WI^*^P^P��wll^?^^  provoked an outburst on. .the. part,  ot the Irish members who  werevin  Itli^lib^ellTJi^M^c^  |grap^p*tli^Ehlglisl|prhamS^  question of privilege.: V^s ^a matter I  jofir^tisgme^pj^the^p^m^  turned out of jthe house,7iwho^ too  IS^*^'fcin||fie|s^^  iial 5 yiplen&lwfl^exbli Wii^lihiyi(_*7  have nbt"beeh*idle^ is evldeihced^by  ;therf-fact   that ;. we ; have v today  sufficient ore^blcKjked :outfto*keep *  |the.;8n^  .fully.engaged for thenext;.thirteen:  ^^"Contemplated improvements in  iS-S,V,V*iV^^w.T..��'a*'j��:��.-v.^i5^.*^/S��^  .the ?s reduction] works ' ���  ;7^'^'^/>;hv.-^"'^rr.ri%rrn-irf>t*..,'^>*v'��-^V'"    Jsfbr;c^Tw;o  ran  -h^T^blBi'n^selecteaj  >    _        -t  FOR BREACH OF PROMISE  DUKE OF MANCHESTER MUST AN  Ret^ttiedYeBterday Morning From the  ~A^United States ^PithHis^Ameri-^  George Emory, who was i serving  a term of six^inontha in the provincial' jail for,the7theft ot a suit  qf clothes, made a < bold {break for  ..liberty yesterday. i At the time of  i his escape Emory was being brought  before ,,'E. A. Crease, stipendiary  magistrate.to receive sentence upon  a Z second < conviction of / receiving  money under false pretences,* having  been found guilty of .cashing a time  check belonging^ ,G. E. Gesnell, an  employee ;bf.thefHali;Mines. - Just  as he emerged Ifromithe' jail''door,  iricharge^of'W.^H.^Bullbck-Web-  ster of the provincial policedepart-  ment, Emory, vmade ,,a dash. forr  liberty,    y,; ^ ,".iiU ^^ r ��' .  /Mr. Webster, who is something of  a sprinter_r himself, ^at once gave,  chase.   Ke^ called ^upon .the fleeing'  prisoner, tofhalt, but .without' effect/  .Then;'without"''slackening his pace'  he^flred, two shots across Emory's,  , bows,,. but  the .latter refused to  IHeaVe,tdI>and kept iip his, run for  ^.t'he'-'CC P. R." tracks.' *_ For 'a short  distance.it^wasa^lively race. ��� The  ground was^ nice and .slippery and  in s a^.short^time,:fthe,officer was  jdpwn^He was,up again ma second/  andv then^the "prisonert^entr. down.  Embrytgot'backantdtheraWwith-7  ^out^unneqe^sary^delay'andf^fortune  ^fay.ored -.him, ���for^jbhaipfiBceu, went  fdown agaiu.--> - v ^*?"^:^^^':  i ^Epaory v rwcKed^'ilMl^ljrailway^  track" firsthand- at once put afrail"'  says : "Agricultural' implements of  all kinds are specially excepted from  the   operations   of   the,".Russian  order." The secretary alsoexplained  that it was perfectly useless for any  association' of manufacturers or any  ^on^else to 'demand of the'treasury  de^Artment    the*  repeal*v6f;*the  ^coS5itervailing   duty; in  question,  ,which> ;he^ said (was ^imposed . in  obedience to the'law of-congress,  and waa'a' matter'*" over"1 which the  treasury department had ho control  except to carry oat the law. j  lake's Visit to Newfoundland.^ i  St. John's, Newfoundland, March  0.���It is,understood in official circles  here'that king Edward's coronation  will not occur ^ before''Jiine/' 1902.  Mr. Chamberlain's recent "dispatch  fixes the date of the,duke bf Cornwall and; York's visit ���o Newfound-  landjfor the end of October and the  duke*will return to"England 'early  in November^ "J Tlie season will then  'be-too far advanced for'the impres-  .sive ceremonial, which' will include  all, the colonial jpremiera, and^con-  tingents from the various, colonies.*'  Newfoundland islikely^'to lie'repre-.  sen ted by a party "of ;newly'form��i  naval reserves'.^ U.^tr^'-.^ttfc*'^!  THE SURRENDER OF BOTHA  .. t  NEGOTIATIONS NOW SAID TO BE  *"���   ?���'     f)  PENDING.  -S-1  . *���-,  ���t n  ��� ^jTS/"  1       .     S_     _.!<���  "l     I1' .��.  ^- .        i~_-  -*" "_.  BoerGeneral'Desirea to Make Terms'for  At&��  Entire Boer Force, but Dewet _.  Most Be Reckoned With.r|^R"  ***&  c  London. March 8.���Private infor- *  in^c London <��� this^S  / .5���      l**1 y l��-   -t-_i>"*s  mation   received  morning  confirms ^tife-/rumofjB��of��|?  negotiations 'between lord" Kitnhfli %%.  TELEQRAMS.  ^.'ii r J\~1*jf Kir)  ���$���?%��:  .moving of^L-some of.^^ oiir members.:  The action' of the;government is  fdese^^fSt^tedJ^Siieri-c^  ;i;jtiinity|^^^a^|to^a^;;^meri  ivw^tfohor^Greatr'B  J.**:n����is^"'iiw;x*iv.tt*'''*^^^^  lf'ii^vt'tb!thWi0iaytp#"B^^^  !f^^:?,Morgan*5j*SjMd.:.*0f^  1 i'Sr^fwrnpromiire  I'gep^ipon?^^  ir*^^^p��^nc^id^ftp^re^*^'rl:^  iS^^^wff'toft^-Sftr^^g^^ha*^^  ������^^afijfl'flfdo^wi^^  ���^l^l^pleiW^  ��� |^^h^we7stoll:Sdecl^^  ���i:Si^.ci^idj^|i��kem  Ij^fora  -^^^fcate-aftlia*^  ^i':TT;giniijorit^ih^fes^  '* ^ -"Great'Britaini-:��-If it is th^purj^e  ?i|^f?G^^ritain^^  i;i:*";;;;:iSy*|sl-^-^^  :i^;'T7T;aetwminatibnT:Sto  ''^'7':|the:;:Bhiit^^  :;V'*:v:*,5l^'t;^lf^  ^Tv.Sybted^^r;the;pre^  '7 '���: reieed**$n'^flg^ ;'. she;  * ^will;flnd^_fe  c;;'; that^thes^e^  t7 - throne ,in]i^  ���^iy^and^Ind'Lt-^^and^  i;:;' '.;:;;^Pan*afel^ili tiaye tie^ Mint;in ^twain;  ahd^wit���h^i���^si^erauce,down vrililga  the empli^: ]S|fe  ; possessions ��iii-^tfie f Garibfieaiij Sea  /.'Ka^&piecii^SM  ^;fia8^bvertax||i:?tbu^  'vh^_'9tort*e'di^^ 'an_t  : ujpon!;t1�� new cMeer>^at^iir-break  - up the empire and induce the kink  ^tb7x the ^sovereignty 7. b^i4liis.# own;  7 isiahcUS-1A[A. \ SASSAASSAAffSS  [7f7?Uoe& [ Gireat Britain suppose she  canjes&ape7 fifbnii ^hejter r*o)r sr��l'c��fi; ���:tHej:  existing situation and the prospective situation every wherei and that  she can find a favorable opportunity  to  disPllay   berS military , power  against;the Pnited^States?'' ^  ; Mri'Morgan'said he did inot-bpast  of tWe^pb^ep>of-'.,the-vTJhiMd" '."StateiB;'  in money, men���prVyalor, but he.was  , thoroughly conscious of them; and  gloried in that consciousness, b.3-  c^iuse'. lieii^knew: that::, wheni ;the^  supreme moment should come and  ;any;;';Ppwer:^ln^/the.;'v#orl^  uudertekb;;-tp'" bridlo^S  States; b^plaeihg': such**;i^traintB;  her soyereigntyaa were !coh-  than  ever : to   resist - the   government's . plans to choke the discussion  sgs��i|sT*di^a^  Xs%.  'iiftV.*:  Montreal has a bill before the legis-  "'latiii^'-a-Bkini^;^  |eh*aE^^e^bin2^^^|^^^  %enw^r^fe;Tl^^  ^ ;fler<^; fighfctih w^  |w^le^^biH.pniy;b  *^^e;Vrm^p*ri*t3^S��ItS  ;\man^JBWman>*i^at^  the grounds  of principle and  this  ^bbjectipnwasrmet^  that the Catholic con8cience;^^s  '^npli^peid'iatiirb'^^  5^ich^"**^ST;7phIy^'80Ught^  Protestants7anid>;would* only^be"  ' ayailableKtb^ihem^T^A rchbishbp  Bruchesi of ;Mpn^ejal5i^u^hig>'his;  ihfluencev:''^Whst?sJ*^  William 0. MicDphald; tiio^millibn-i  aire,tobacco man, :��� is to t erect ythe;  /crematory-if power is obtained,  xy  A '-7yxtf'A)  77": '7^ A'7: A7-7y 7xAy  ;VJ**>'For Legation;.��vxp<ma7AA7^  /^^WASHINGTONy/March^  actment of.the diplomatic and consular appi'oprifttibu bill; has placed  at the disposal of the state department ^ ^m^pr/mbney for 'the'acqui-';  sition by purcha.se of legation premises for the United States legation  -a^'^jeki^, .^herefpre^  has instructed special;commissioner.  ;R��ckiiU^  proceed immediately to consummate  the purchase of a, suitable'tract V;bf  laiad.;-[iWitlr;the exceptibnpfGriBat  Britairi,'wlip owned������j-its'fo'wnv'legar  tibni*premises in; Peking before ithe  Boxer outbreak, it is^belie'ved^^^here  tliat t*he United>Sfcates|Tvi  only foreign; power which wHivhave.  paid cash for every fbbt of: gjrbund:  in its legation compound.'A7&&S  ,pitiipirtf^t^)bin^|pl^i^  ail ver Rvalues,* will; be installed iu  'July,-when .'wo* will be/abletb treat:  \120b; tons1^iuly^j;-WiiiBii'-:these'>four  'furnaces are, installed and in oper-  ationit is our intention to add two  additional furnaces if: the present  T^..^���^^-1't.^V.7v>1.'^t'^���''!^:^'^^i*.\'vi��VT<':'-,iT���JJ.���T^",;^ :���>:  stack permits1'of such an addition.  llfl^^Tjbu^  payrolls we; iap^r,liaye;*>130 and:285  men  respectiveiy,-aud'both these  Jf^MS^lll'^^d^ble*^  . when the enlargement of the. .smelt-  ?^sia!cb''mpl^d^Pli^  ;ingT;dajiylMid7fAtie*;fere^  :7eral*.lirgeibnijdin  ftempj&^^^^l;*-^^  disappears we prbpose!putting larg^  gangs at���^rkvquarrjang/pre :f rbm:  ?the. surface/of |the;Kribb: Hill ledge,  ^;aud: we'hope ���7tp;en^c't^  ;'.eppnpmies;;Sby'^uM  into jthe>:: >lbhgJ^nrietbfj^Hat;minft  The workings pn7pur Phoenix prop-  ertiea iexcee^i/twb/ &U^> J��h length:''  ;::-.;��*;''fef^.v?;%F*^^  ;;i:^ic^RiA;^M  ���TKei'Tnljune^^No'^  ^pwtance'fevvaaTii. ���tfaM^edVinl'.the  ;npnsej; ^i^a^rthe^esslbh ^lasting  abbut/half anV^ui\:^The; Slocan  City incorporation bill was reported  yfpiS third^readirigvtwhich 'vpill prob-  ���^J^l^Kiyento  regarding.timber dues on Railway  lands/wasfre*^^a|thirdvtime and  'passed.'.,. ���. :7[ 7 7&A&A[A ASxx A$:xS  ���;^Jpe iMartin-iaiidJi Smith*:; Curtis  "bcMpi^th^'^^  ;first:.tim;eltK^aoss^nV  f ^TJiLSJ.1 MarlsS ^bf''Neisbn- land^ Hugh  Sutherland of Tprpnto are the most  'hbfod of recent arrivalsit:i7i j��j^< .^  ivzgXi  'IS  has  quite immaterial, _as:^tl|e "��� writ  sb^emi-^ue^  icbmmen**cedi^  *:smx:  First Shipment of Matte.  * GrREKNWbop^i March f6)-y  \7[ 7x.. ConditionaI\L6an^:'*,.;:^7;c!;;;; 7.,  -CONSTAN  stated here^that an important Ger-;  man syndicate; has offered the porte  a loan of 300,000 Turkish ^pounds to  be guaranteed by the proceeds of a  six per.ceiitsiirtax oh the;* taxes of  the empire, and a two;per cent surtax on the inland customs duties.  The loan is conditional on future  orders for arms and ammunition  being; given to German firms.  ial  to The Trib^ne.]-^The first shipment; of' copper matte from" the;  British Columbia Copper Company's  smelter was today jseht;7tb pastern  refineries.7;" It;consisted of>two iear-  loads, thirty t*bn8;e8^,;beinig; part  .of; .the first, two ^weeks' ruri.^ 1:An  average of 300 tons of Mother Lode  ore is being treated; daily. 7- r^Addi��:  tipnal railway: facilities are; tb^ be  ���had by putting in a. new spur tor  use in shipping matte. *  ^7' fir Pavbred a Subsidy. ;;������;:  ; VANicbuvKRi March' 6.^[Special  to The; Tribune.]���Five .hundred  people. tonight attended a public  'meeting^ and passed a resolution  favprihgtliie granting:of a subsidy  to the Victoria, Vancouver & iSast^-  ern line to Kootenay. < ::G..;?;D;^Mab*-:  donald moved the, reaoliitibn an<   &��&$���"?���������..,.,...i..~.,���  pected sequel to one of the most in-  H'.-#"s��!if.'*i*s ,*;'..**!.'5..'M:i..-,:.';*-. ^*^;ft'%^��:-iii#^s-,;��'!=>i:..";  terestingimarriagesbiWW^n^Amori-:.  can; heiresses and representatives.'.bf  the British peerage had-,;its > inception, shortly after the duke of;Man-  . Chester sp'sd'ddenlyj.-made-Miss-Zim-.  ^mer_^ri?a*?duehessi'^  ilgMJ^Itmghtls; aUg^iafail^are jnbtf  yet available, but it ia evident that  Ishjana-riir^arnest^ai^^  : was.brbught> withp^iai^��idea|ctf;  -fi^^i^;;:;T^blicity-1fi|:SJ^  ; theSame^ge.as' ttfe^uk%* oi^ifan?  ;: chester^ ikwsibly.r^a^tri^^^^^  ^Their acqulintauce biBgan.t'a repre-,  .tentative pt^^'i^^^^^Vv^Tia:  informed, ;��� when Missi^night|was:  Hvihgf^ in;! -: Stirmih'spmansiohs ^ih  liondon, where the^dukejfrequenibly  ;visited.;^;;.The"_ empi^^Sj*pjf^the'  : mansipns:��;*8*ay *[ ^e^^^f^ibance.'  * ripened ������ia'7fi-i. ;'8t^pSjwhere:��they"'  quarreled frequentT^  visits| continued;;^tti^g:*al^<j|8ix*  months :agbi'" when^the^-dufce rhp  longer called, there and Miss ^Knight  took a flat elsewhere^:- She 'is now  living in London amid friends i of  position ;and5 meaals^^lJulike the  duchess,   Miss .'Khj^ht^isj^a'prp-"  nounced: .brun^te^^tjhf ari^olive  cbini^OTibn.;V:^'^:Sf^^  ..'''''Nb.oiibmeikiilib'duk^  of Manchester on htheir-'-arrival at  : iEusfa^b8^ipn��'::^^nd^^;^^  duchess looked extremely \well and  vevyt pretty     The ^ukie v seemed  ifaither worried.7   Whenlasked by a  representaiiive - of ;^^3:*^8spciated;  Press if it ^fere truefethait/iheThad  been jBerved^ith a wrt^iBireplied:  "It is quite untrue. I ffinpw nothing  about the suitj Tarn fueling quite  fit and had a flue time; in America."  . Looks Like Another Strike.  * ^ Altoona''.. Pennsylviania, March 0.  ���-At a convention-ybf bituminous  coal'���:.miners^today- t^;,following  resolution- was' adopted: ..^It is resolved by this, convention that in  all collieries where the scale is not  paid by April 1st work shall be suspended on that date." Michael Mc-  Taggart, one of the members of.the  Miners' Union, said today: "The  field will be tied up April 1st unless We get the eight-hour day, a  two-thirds differential between machine and pick mining, the abolition  of company stores and a dead-work  ���scal&v ���.:-;���. .^^  ^quarters to*see; what" the^lshooting  J was   about/and the'^oificer swas  LthrownJbtftliescentr3.  "i-   J      f  Meanwhile^magistrate. Crease'sat  In the police office and speculated  on" the .causes' which    kept   Mr.  .4Websteia few^inuteslatB.-^SeveriJ?  EASTERN   CANADA'  ��-Jf~ it f  * *   >��� i. ��  *     l a '  >v v>Kinqston, Ontario.���Scarlet fever  'has attacked seven of thef cadets ^of,  ^he Royal Military college. C �� ~&y_  \MoNTRBArJ/^;Charles H.;Hopper  left today to assume the position of  c&hiet\bf the C P. R. at Vancouver.  '" HALiPAX.^The Nuihidiin*'^  Strathcona's^Horse on* board 'is not  reported up to 6 p.m. /The steamer  is^thdnght to be delayed by< heavy  .weather. ^&fr^%. &;. t ^ K^ ?  ���iLoNi)ON, Ontario.���Vincent Lati-f  raer, the youthful bUrRlar, captured'  'by the police a couple of weeksago,'  has been"sentenced 'io ^three fe'yeara"  in,the penitentiaryi/^Latirnerla.th'ei  (sonVof-highly ^re8^ctable>parent84  who Reside. at vHamilton, - andZ had?  prior to, his -wrong- doing-m/thlsf  city borne a good character.    f.1 i  V MoNTRK^.-iThre-CanadianlM"in-  >ing.; Institute^  " anniial    meeting  opened today., ,The <pnnciparnusi-,  ���neSs  transacted,^today- was  tele-,  graphing . a   resolution   to-, Sifton,  asking the appointment of professor  F.JD.;A]iams of McGill university as  successor to the late Dr. Dawson,  'head of the'geological survey.  "* jMon^real.���The council* of the  board of-trade to day referred "a  ^resolution.received frpm :the-.;Halifax , board of trade  favoring the  ap^ii^Wj^f;a^ritislr  ;diacpun��^?three?^  ^eht|:tp:fgbbdsr import  ^Canadian i-pbrts; only jtb^a committee  for Xi consideration.; c; The;; j question  lias alreaii3y7atitr^tM some j attend;  ;tibn';hei^,f.?i|:^;]^^:;.::^^^  7Greenwood^ Ontario.���RevTMiv  negotmtions .between.lord"Kitche  ner,- sirfr Alfred'^Milner^ andf/��im^^  mandant-generallxJuiaBotha. Nbth- S  ing is knownWto' the^tual?prest|^  ence of ��� the  Boer h commander-in-liS  5cliief :ai'Pretoriafa^d^t^do^rf *  paper ���          *��� *���*���������*  publishes;a statement^that^  ,hejs there; bnt it is reasbriabl/HwM  tain that general Botha is in either.'^  personal, or very close- touch t with>#  JordjKitchener.O,, ^i^��i  �� Today/sir' Henry*" Campbell-Ba^-^  nerman>will .endeavor *-A���*__ai.wfe  some information^ rom  brf the subject infthe h  house of i j��  ment  commons.  "A The "Associated-Press' is informed  .that sir Alfred Milner h&tgone^oliWt  Pretoria withf thb^bbject' 6fk assist-S^  ing lord Kitchener injthese negotia-^l'  tions, the length pf3 which apfMarl^^  to be due tb^general Botha'sf dwire^^j;:  to . consultfwith'*actingvpresident^  Sehalk-Burger,'att,Pieter8burgr and  to|make     ^ 1_-* "^  ?applying^tp!_xthe>%  whblS .B^fforws, ;but^ifi'tSting1  against^this>wilofd^Kitchenfer;sM  doubt'as to ^n^I^tba's^abmty?S'  position general,Bbtna>.encounter^  _. ^informed 1M\  __y__**i____>* ��* - ���&*��%**  ing.^:Onei,;of^the:,be8t  South ^frican;;aathdritieseaid,toa;5  representativ^>f^ttieS^ssociat������<jrsi  Press last evening:_^WehaVejittle^ ^  ,      ...w-��.**������     ��� ^Aft__Sf��H_l��S.ft_**_^  >le TW^i^imhhihgl p^^  |p^^|i^Siyideffi  ^^Sbi^t^evet^  ;|[n^E^*g^bp^tti:^^  ^���ro^nedln^^  :jj0dae&_���  ;^^^ere^tli^risbner;*l_^  appeaVed i|j1and> tsj^^latM^las ||tp;  ^herehe w<wl(^m^  ^ress6d#fbi^m^a^l^^  "$y^M^.*^?|^^^^  suddenly of -heart'failure. Deceased  . had been attending the funeral7ql  a lady, near'-.Brougham early in-the  afternoon and had just returned to  his home;jand was''in1the*acttebf  putting away, his horse; ;vrhehgti*e;  was suddenly stricken with heart  failure and expired. He had been  in the ministry for about'30 years.  ^hat*tor^1ifSM^fi^iS^��^  'We-hav^prXvate!ipformatibti^hd^w; .  ingf.fo-shbwjtfiat l Idf&^ Kitchene��i  and sir"Alfted;Milner;have; decided^  -to accept, his surrender,on;tlie"basisS *i  that he is merely anjindiVidual^cpm-^^,  mander ratherytban.cbmmabderriu- -  chief of th'eJeriemy's"forces."?l^kA^  General Dewet and General^De^-,  ;::larey,"a��^wel.I^asatliej|o*^^  f^ilUproblftbiy^lM^tdi  :--'.-'. '������,."���*.. 'T*^^>ii*^*tii^��<^'.'fe'*.i*.-.lM^-t*!-,��'fe^**��'��Sfel  m  ,;hi^upp^the|;bp*^ir^  Stewart wa,rehouse, and after making a: circuit bf the ��� building found  eyident^ traces -��� in -^he; disturbed  gravel that some one had gone; before, him; i The  on-heayy sleepers, upon which; the *  ;joists were set.-; v^The magistrate  noted this, and :-not; getting any  ; trace of the.object .bf his.iBearchMeTl  cided to thread each joist7 with his  eye. The first four compartments  were examined 7 without incident,  buir'in running' his eye along  the fifth ... the magistrate; saw  shining in" the dark what - he  decided were" the nails in  the spies of a pair of shoes. He at  once called nppri Emory' to-come  put, but the nails 'in those shoes,  never moved. .Then the magistrate  made his ;;Way piit'. from under';.;the.  building and summoned' assis'tahce,  when Emory,realizing that the jig  was iip crawled put'' of his hiding  place.***:-.    ;������..* ..A77.    x7-'77.A :���'-.���'  As the court was but of ��� breath  and the police department5 somewhat battered iip and bruised from  his falls, Emory w^8, taken back to.  the jail, and his sentence; upon: the  second conviction deferred until a  third charge of breaking jail can be  preferred againsthim.   ;,.  ; Protest From Manufacturers.  Washington, March 0.���The delegation of the Illinois Manufacturers' Association which yesterday  called on secretary Gage to protest  against! his action in declaring a  countervailing duty against Russian beet sugar has received the  reply of the secretary to their  criticism. The protest was presented by Martin H. .Madden, who  said his association represented a  constituency of 300,000 "employers  and workers in Illinois whose combined production amounted to  12.000.000 annually.   The aecretar  rei^.|Ta||uof^8jtal^^  ^ill^g^]uJM|m|axi^^  !canl8__'^^u8t*^ne;bfTthe^tiiracK^IS^,.-.  T^I(g-i^ls<||^de^^  _;Mcia��e��]^  6dli^c^re*i|^^��wl|il^^  7^r*ce,^nbt; beih'g^in 7cpB^uni^ibn||>i;  .'^���&**'generat*Bptipa!w  ui^frtb;i^e'i*S.ten^tive.^  m*a4e��!'.tlie'Britisii.Jggvem I  ing Jearned:his ,]iaew^*quickl^e|^^f |t||; |  ^v.^ r.wv^^riingg>;egpTOially, when it       ' ?  -'       ��� -'';-   *Z--_rr'*.'J.^ls..''' '������ ��� ��������������������� < '���������->  the;  Traced to\ San Francisco. 7yy -  '���/-. New York, \ March" 6.���On the  evening of October. 15 la^t three  registered mail packages were  started for delivery from station!  M to the general office! Only two  of the 'bags were; delivered.? The  bag contained five pouches filled  with; registered ; matter. . Conklin,  one1 of the ..men. v'dio handled the  bags, disappeared from H station  the next night; He was' traced :tb  San PrancisCo and located- there  last"week.. .,;7;        7x-::7.^���y~i.:yy77  *     Assaulted the Emperor: ;;  ; Bremen; March,;77.r-:^ulei:'ehi^  peror Williaha was drivingfromthe  Rathskeller to; the railway station  here yesterday, a workman named  Dietrich Weiland threw a piece of  iron into his majesty's carriage.  Weiland was!immediately*arrested.  The emperor is said to have been'  slightly injured in the cheek, but  he continued his journey without  interruption. Weiland is an epileptic/" :;.;" ; ������;���;-. :..-���.'.      .-������-���-.���  Taken a Partner.  New York, March 0.���J. P. Morgan & Co., Drexel & Co. of Philadelphia, and Morgan, Harjes & Co.  of Paris, announce that George W.  Perkins, second vice-president of  the New York Life Insurance Co.,  has been admitted- to partnership  in their firms in New. York, Philadelphia and Pari?. He will be di-  rectly connected' with- the New  ���Ybrk.-housa,":':-;'v'*;-. -7'7..y -i^y-jy  was found that lord Kitchener was  ^treatingT'witb general- Botha, while  Dr.rS; Leyds'% was : unable gto ^speal^  authoritatiyelyfor the.; forces in the  field.^CuripjMly^;Mqugh;^  office seems* ge^inel^witiicmt^defi--  nite [- infbrmation'''; ���"'- r*^a*^ing^'the!;;|-;7;|'  status of affairs. i'The'.vgi^it": fliiah-O" f  cial firms whose ; interests in South:-y *  Africa:are almost;,equal, to those of 77x, |  the^ gbverineht, believe from, tlieir,^;7;!  private advices' that ;the; present 7.':-*=|  situation;is;likely to result in thb ,|| r  surrender of general Botha arid the"',-7 y  forces; under his immediate com- ��� ; I  mand, while! the ;bther~Boer! units *i  ;wiU-remam-in>ttie;field;;s '7y: 'xAx^.xx^i-'  Visit! the C^fc      ,  :.  6<r4The;bifficiai  Will  '�����;';���**:'. xi'tf,.-.-...?--:---:-- .-��..���:��  ; London, March:,,-.,���.,.  program of; the'.; diike of .Cornwall; ;.  and York's colonial visits !gives; his|> ��;  ���arriyai'';atj-;:"Halif^  15th.- :He;will leaveiHalifa^^^57;!f  tember ������ 17th,; ..'arriving ���;yat.*T:'Quel]^:;'!;:;!,.;:  September 20thV and leayibg7,t&ere*A  October Hth'he will arriye*at: St.;! v  John October 22nd. y He will leave7  October 25th and arrive^at. Ports-;;:t  mouth November 1st. !���: .The T-presentfy  'intention of, the duke and; duchess!;;;;;;  of Cornwall \ and:���; Ybr^iapp^w*;'.^^  be to go to Vancbuver byierhind be^| !;  tween September 20th and October;v,;;  17th, possibly passing through the^t i!  United'Statesbn apartbf;!their re-;*:;  turn journey.    7---[[y ���;. AA[7x[77777-:  :'". Killed by an Engine,  Rochester^ March7 6i -^-Patrick  Herbert, aged 65 years, a switchman at the .New York Central railway crossing at Atlantic avenue,  slipped on the rails in front of an  engine early this morning and was  jflroi^'tovdtt^  ^  .;l*|q  m  m THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C   THURSDAY, MARCH 7, 1901  The Newest  **   " *   *    i  of The New  .;��.������-.  yx  ���*::kv:  ���*vf,-  ��������� ' w.  Xit :  :-.'5 ;  *:1 *  ���i��:f,  *��t":-;I>  li**:.'.'.  r-StT-rVr.  ;...Vv':;  .. -. ���   ms  tyxx:  THE VERY LATEST  SPRING 1901  "arrived topAy  -!l|s|lll!^h!iflfon ^jes, ��qld ,!trirnmed,;and.  :[^^^W^^^'(>^^y3^'^''J''���' ���-,:-...���,;*  :.3a;-.t'.'  .:^*:'*  770:1  'A7 ''  I '^ifSA^TS^^^^AA ASSSAA'S^BS  WFr'onisisirid i Or na mehl^wi t KlSe-;;  'ASA::!*M ��� n^Ba|I'/and=L.aCe;^rir��imii?gSL  P|*#|!SSI*Cnn'Wed;"GW  .a-- TS.��.iT;;rtisT'v:/f;in;newest :Styies;^;:^'^:T;^j;v^:;;*T;.;  lM!f;f;@!iAp^^  ml *;-^::i*%;*desi)gns^#*f���^S'il!pS^|!^?;��;f?  wtf!i"i':'?'*:*,;'.--',::.^--'.i*''.''''��''',v.:i-'.' .'!���._-;*,-- ���.������.������"'���"'->.**-���.'"���"-. ���"C.-' .:������":.-��� ������-*.-_:. ���-:��� -..���y-?y\ ''���-'_'������-'���.: *'i;  liter7*-  iliApRliq^  IISPM^*^  'Sjr2.;?Irt'bii��Niwi:v^e*-.'iiJi^,;i;*r.i?Ji.;-!!������ d^u^ r^M��..  ���'i'fS- '"  demand than the Crow's Nest Pass  Coal Company can at present sup^  ply? Would they have the people  of Canada believe that the business  of coal mining is any different from  any other industrial' pursuit; that  it is the one enterprise upon which  capital - will not ��� embark with an  assured capital in sight? This in  .effect is what they argue, and .on  top of it they ask the British Columbia smelters to go; hunting for  their fuel supply.witli the aid of  geological reports, yin % order7 that  they may be given'ta cbance'rto,peri-  feet a deal if or the sale'pf {��� thbbhly!  good coking coal in the;' clistrict to  [ihe United !SJ��tes:;*,sme^  ipr; use: m^ theii^sm  !'';��� ./Amendments'* made��tb^*rbyincial  rail wayyehar t^s'for^e-pnrj^eTpf  safeguarding'-the 'public in terest are  not' worth', the   paper,   they   are  ..'..-^v.v-;..-;'���,���;;,��;-.'-yv. y .��7X1" ':.;:;,;;,,*-:.'*.-^; \7.;\y<-<'- :,,.yy-'f.A .;  /printed :?.Vbn :;when? ^he^rail wayilisb!  �����~;.��.-?������. .'���v-,7':��'!.T-j- ��'���   . -.r.\-y v ;--*-~ ��� yi-. .y-.t-;���,���--���}������<.';'.'>���',���,:y ~,���������:.?; .;.>;  chartered isucceedssfiria securing;;a  tfed-fjr^fc^  'condition^  '.visions * of57t Jhfe^Britistffj^lumbia!;  !;Raiiway^*:Act| are|s^cc*essfuny:;;;'d^^  ^fied.^thqughit7^^  slattare-i^inj*  made!c&n]ffi  dition upbh'wbicb! its. charter was  granted.   This is a matter.,which  (should be kep^^  j;lato'r&^  |Hill!rail$^;;^  ^thei$-$^|e  jgran$^  "bpenSiiprinra^  proposed 'railway "cannot be built  without a Dominion charter,. and'  Ithe * applicationat ;V4ctoriaSis ;mere-v  in their efforts to socure an entrance  into the province or they'can shut  them out. Their decision will be  read in the' disposition made bf  the application for a charter for  James J. Hill's railway.  Nelson's New Fire Chief.  Vnncouver Province.  Mr. Lillie, or " Tom," as he was  bettor kuown hero, was one of the  best firemen ever belonging to the  Vancouver department. He was a  member of the celebrated Vancouver Alerts hose team that won the  championship' of the northwest in  fire exercises at Tacoma about ton  years ago; and; iocidentally broke  several-iworld's, records. - ��� Nelson's  _ne^.fire;cM  marivin;-; Vancouver t; and ^. highly  thbughttof.'! 5He?is pbssibly^for his  age^which7; is forty yearsy tlie best;  allTrpund. athlete; in!;the;prbviucey  _= and; b^in g j n telligeht;, and-,shrewd^  i,willing tb!wbrky and well trained Jn,  /.lie^busin'ess^ni4;^^7!^  .j^liasvas ^gopdT^a^chief ��a��^that .'.ffei tjr!"'  .cpuldEpcesibly; get^S^ASS^SASSA  fi(   - "-'������'  ,-     ��� ^J��i  11 bargains   Fred If vine & Go.   umm 11  Zlv     QimmxxmmiiMinxTrixxximixJtxnxfl *��-���������� ���.. .. SxxxxxrxTixxmxuxrixixxxixnxxxxnxanxxa     ��� 2 ���  f$\ 36 Baker Street ^ i     fk\  fji    ; '��� : :���     ���"      -������ ������       '       ���   "   " '��� ff\  ^a^^a:aa^^^^  OF SUMMER PR'NTS^GINGHAMS^MUSLINS AND FLANNELETTES  ;;;*:;:?!:;!;tv;;;;COMMEN^  ^tHaivlngj; liacl two^balesrbf Tsijrlj^vgpbdsdamageidxln itransit 1^ having had our  ki^*"��la!_^y�����*'��*��A'��i��A,/-��'#l!;*.>.'*W>lVSWi#':'*'K��^ r*'*iO"D;':''ii.Ar��W.iWm��imJ*/*'��.rrf!lfc        tl_ __i__.  ms  An Eastern Blizzard.  ;';s:-:W^ertpkn^!N^^  f6^^;A;;seyeib:biizz^d"^  iaUm^;Xti^*i;Rpm*e,*^  i^densburgs ?railrda^  '; city;!an^;Rdni^Y;:^hfe;^W  ;Sen ger! and ;-j.m**aii';J .t^  |and :Syr*evi|e ;4u*^^E*a|ats8:25 ydid7  liwtfarriyeiuntil^i^^  Viibpjo^iMn^si&lliBd^ The;!  ;"stoTi!WjreachedjW^  :<.and^is';^the|i'^ors!t^  *;86^(mS|it^ialih^i^  ;!Bee!^^^et;in^tlie^  J^/lmailfffronifNe^  ^westvhas:'re&^  |g;|v3||��l;Ropse^  llli^^Hiw^p^^M  today vice-president Roosey'elt was;  Sfhe^ntralilfignrell^^  sprbceedin igsfof ^ith^tsen^e^S-Wheh|  ^i^f_^.^X;_^^Xtx_^'P.AJi^^Xi^'^^^\i^i-ii^  ''V-....  ^|!0|^ie^s':bf/:str1ped^an  ;  W^iritericl" a isb!,;tblincluciel-sp'nie; jbf ? oil hi regij ia��iistbck^WitK^*hi'Sr8ialei A-SA  ...            :^kv:&;-&&':*W^  W;1QSflanrielettej;blouses^r^ulan|price^V$lSto S1;76,$now/v;;::  m:rt'A'3_<��Z&;fc-J-2-lL-'Li_.>.M^  -v.*..J:*;  ' .TIT  yvv-W>1TT^*f.>^  .nd^theinselves^ofr.theu;., obligations;-^  to* thni>nrnvinf!ft'-rSnc�� :-tli'Av   nincm-in;  essential tb :.their; scheme.'^ So': far  ia ?t.lio'5fi-it��rt*wi nniA.17 In  Ml  grant:;'the Hillagehts their charter,!  ^m^Hi^t  [WM$i3Sffiffl$B(m^  t2^gei^!&-T_ri_Yia:-jri-rt_ri_M  ^bMniihtrp?!;  |i^^l?du^diih>the^le'gislTature  l^aSf^ffiforSdisincorporationiiand^fbi^lthe;  iiilPM?appointinent or;;a4receivere;by;-the;  fi'l*^^^!5i!nent^^pg^^  ^9W9mmm^  j^?|p*||^afl8jGc^Cpmp^  l^l'!il?!State^raiiw'^;'.and ?smeiter".;?t*rn'st'  ^fm^t^^A'':''7y^A::.^7 .-xv y wj -,-���.' --- tt . ���, ��� *���-��� - *���. ^ ��� ���;  lis��s; ....  ��� ftV.''J.V    T....1.  |f��r^-,.;.. .y,^,T;  -&;7^iZ-^^*^i^7A-'-r**ii7:.X-^7SX^_'i��,7  i^Sp^the^Hill^railwa^;; charter  ^pj_g;s:��*^ouid*^be-^  iJI^.Oana^j^the./  |lsTJ,B:fecbmbinatibn'-,w  pffj^.; ;are -spu th ^pfjthe JbbundaryJme, con-.  ?||;;that;thp:������ gmnting'bf^ thevbharter  ^llwould^be ^^xcelle1^thing for the!  S&Hill "railway and smelter trust. As  ;J|jn^l^railway companies look after!  |-S-their.bwh interests first,   so.:it: is  Mk- ^^Xbhlyifair to assume that  whatever  rf.*.*:l.������._-.^���^:.::s~\���,1,x,���     ��� '���..4... ..������������   .... t / ... , .,  . ...  Iw,*-  m  . ^  Mi  '^British Cokumbiahassblfar<been?  ���-Ufe��Sr*3i^*W*ii^^j^^^'_vfe^  i comparatively.;frea?from thedomin-:  ation,ot the^great; trusts,' Which, in ���  fdiffi^nt|^  jS^'l^liia^stia^^  commercialTahd 'industrial* competi-  \tibn^b-d*^thefihdividuali*ty-rbl?the  people' as'.well.'."* Whether this desir-  ;��� ablb^ndilbibnT is ;to^ntmhe;b^nbt^  i^j^lar^l^de'^  ;a^pnSb_-$thd;prbyi^  ;Bri**i_snW*GblumOT^  ; singled f put. ;'sby;^the v;ctrus*tsssa8;.-av  'promising fiddj^r-ibp^t^  it;?rMte>^itH.!:;^he;^e^^  legislatnrei'to decide.��.*. whether^.they^  .6c.to 8c, _l'  .......60e ,���  60c to ��t.60  2i  w  ��itB^^^i'-g^*'^g;:T^^V';^^::-'T-s.ffi ���       ;   r[ | .     . /Sr  ''s-***#iHh^ -^^-���^fc^^irj--^b^4tt^-^Slii<!;^Mk''4fer*-Ofeiv^.-^B^-4^^^ ^tt^-^ft^ ^I^^M^.^ki^^-T''*" ^::;';^��4^^-^^^*^Bp^^V-'''^^'^1V-^1^'<^1^*^^^ '^b^^^T^^^^^ ^^^^1^ ^^^ _fl&* f ^  ..:?.!.}?-��� jK^^r^-^^-.^t7' '^^���������%^-����',^ki��lK?-��^^-.,i^k-!��.^^kl��''-^CT'��:>��k.'��,8^��'.->*k',��*it..^^ ���-^^'*���:&-*"!;TT';..;.:..j^^��-.^^.j'^^,..'^^..-.^^..^^.;^^>''^^.��;^^..-'j^.-ia^.^^.'^^. ^a^�� .^l�� * ____\_9*Sf   \  ���'���/���^fesfeSSSii S>ffiWT;i: v;"TTr:::^^:;i;vc ^.^^^v^.tej;;^ r^g.r>vr^T::.;. .;;;;^v -f .sw^yjycvf;^:^ ^?yc^" s^^r;^;-^^;. ;;5 "v.::. J: ���i-^'f'' i*.;-^,r/:��% *.%1 i V:>^"  ^;;|^ ^DAMAGED! a00DS--|;  : r, JL .A   V/ VI. '   XX _.V:-XXAS? -i,  .���..  DAMAGED;GOODS   (J u .  l*sii:B��^*i'="*;w^*;V^*��Au  prmmimmriirfriiiitTtrT.  ....-.-"^SJli^Wi-:-^.  ^jj^r:..-'"^??-.:.- SL*  .^'n&yMwy?m-8ysM.����m^ x,i r"-j.*  ���'�����i7j,U*&-.*H*!;^^ .SALE .   /a^  _J!^m^|fessr^*^^?^*^^^&^^^ *y '    u Iw\  yx-xyx *> s ".^ ' i.r -  'W>:Mz> GREAT--' i ,n,  DAMAGED GOODS     ,j  yl-wgi*:):4TJ;;^CiTg4p;'$;;-Ti^:^'-:;3':''d'?s  Mfl^-s  :'.,:T^-'1(/'-i.<  IS^H averse.to theinterests of Mr;' Hill:  IfeKM?and;his associates.' .:';:;;;::;������;.*���:  pfefSfi,:,:':7;^'.'.'' ,'���,.;!'".,-,, ..:.,:.:: -77['i; A-' .���  Iii? ASx'[-The directors of the Crow's ^Nest  J|||IPass Coal> Company.care nothing  :^|iwiiat:.prierx>us'; conditions they im-  .iijTioseiJi'upon^ Canadian smelters so  5*j>|��ong jm xhe^i are permitted ^ to  J!||^^jpeir!��prpfit^le  ^tran^^of^the* Pernio coal measures:;  ^l^a/jfthiffeHi^^^^ n*hd;i* smelte^  '^���^0M^^li^^i^B0^l^.t%e\v yxm-  A teiai^o^7iiittfc^: there^ are^ ^illimitablp  ^|Tquaptlties!;bf_goodtebkihg.:;coal in  T!|gthe:Grbw'8^Nesti withgeolpgicalj re-  ill PPjPts;^hieli'';t^atf: of; thousands' /of!  A- acres bf ^cbal^ la^ids^ and eindeaypr;  !.;:^plp^curt^tlie (!^ct;Maii/ivery little:  ff^x y: ofxtljie coal;so referred -po7. has^ a,hyv  %&$&'���_:':''-':'"'"���''' ���'���"'"'"' ' '���' '    ' '- "���  1M7W-: commercial ? value'. whatever.' ������') * *If  Ssy^l'l*'":'-.-'. '.���"���������-���������'.��� ��������� -   ��������� -..      ,, ������-..     ..,,.  lip i^-there^ are .the unlimited coal deposits  ted;��;*^ agents:  lit:!*7*!*Cbf���fetbev.cbal:company say: there are,  ���tp- 'E ���������"���*-'i; '���'.V*"-"*-'-;t*,>v**V'-'->''' ',"���' ''"���_ ' ��� >.'���������J��� '.     ��� '-',       .-���.:'���'--���-���   /.--.���'.���'   .'   *  Ef^irhp^vcom .Totherj com-:  ||||i;%!|p^ie9^bave^:-not^:'\ente        *^upon-  ilmrttfu  will; take ;*dp*wi^th^  trusts':ehtraace,- dv^whetiier-they  shalljfbr^;them to^ght jfpr^thear  entm^evSfPespit^allitWexplan  tions that haye been made, the one  grea^fabtKstaridsrbut7��� that an;!asj  sault: t is ;nbw b^ihgv made ; by^the  . ���_;__:_.:���$.���- it; ;: r .���'!,.T/-t/t;..;<i?t^-|..+*./���  Xiiii ���t,,.<i_.  U)uted States -railway and smelter  trust: ujjpn^tlie -chief industry of^  this f province;;^ Only ijpne -fthing'is  lacking   to   make' its * domination  complete   in 7. Southern . Kootenay,  and;that; is direct railyyay cpnhec-  jtipn with .the!! cbal^fielda(;ofhthe  prow's T^Nest; Pass' Coal ��� Cbmpa,ny.  When this is secureti;an American  railway will haul the'Canadiahf uel,  teqiured; foiy local  soielting^puif-,  poses, to t United;- States  smelters;\  and following the coal will go the  'Canadian lead; -and with.it the last  !vestige, of ^British. Columbia's hope  ; for the^ succesaful establishment p��  jleiadii.smeltint? aud refining>xin the;  ���province. Under present conditions  ���lead !: smelting; and^ refining" is  at;  a disadvantage .in Canada,a disadvantage : so   great,, as ^tpj warrant the payment by the federal  government of substantial bounties  upon reduced and; refined product;  The diversion of the present fuel  supply to United States smelters  can have but one effect upon Brit-  ish Columbia smelting���that of increasing the pr.esent disadvantages;!  and the^Hill railway, from, the coal?  fields to the international boundary,  is projected tor the chief purpose.*  of; securing  this  diversion.   . The7  members of the legislature of iBiitr  I'!i*iaS��a*M��fef*f*t��*��  {���v'^.i^^.rW'it.ir^/t:''^'^  tiV.We aro olfeririKVatilbwestl^  lr*^aes'*i6f;Ceyl6n?Indla;-;Ohlna,'and Japans  ^^y^yy^s7^y��yAMy7^00s^  .OurBes^i^^Mocha^and' Java7CoB!eefiiw&$&<!  i?��^;;T*i^��;ftTi?i*fipound*vv*;i\v;V:**.v;v:vi,f,^  SMdchai'aria'Java Blend,'3 wunds.f.'.;?���; liOOf  &ChoiceBlerid.ediree,T4vpouhd8:;-J.v.:..i;;;l:e0ii  ; BpecialBWiidCoffee,V6 iwuDda'.Kvrrifl.M-J  teRio^ BlendSGoffee.-OfponndsS.���'rA^-iSjliOO.lj  ���vx-j s ;tof i t J**!nm��'D**����nT*r!TTPr*, ������ 7x7  A f RIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  " * ���':^tg,,y^,,j��^-^tafeW&a<t*T.Tt^;i.KV;^>.;7-"-  MiilHiiiftliEiil  :ASA7ASTeiep^  [iSSASS::^*i9^^7^ASSS::AA  IlWiEST-BAKER STREET.tNELSOK.^  yi7^^^^tyy^!^xxyAyyxyy^  e^iwiwbsi��6?cii  AyyTicOAtit  !aii?^f|w%i  Hfpisi  i^GOT^iB*J__fl!CTBJCITX s  ..,.,..,-,...-  y_UTO;HEATKD<BY:8T;  ���yyyxy?xxya6'OKNTB]^y-9i::  ^f}-yfi.?/xy.  fl��rti-%l'I"ffl:>l?;l^'l X-  ^B_____R'iSi^i_-^-f___^  UgjKted  mmmmmm0O@A%li<^^  m r _ _  imwi.  ��� DOORSJAMBSj WINDOW STILES  WimmEDimmK^  :x&^  !T3s,*:;,.t~  ^���Sj^^^a!  ^'A7^.'y'^;'-^'?T;^I.7TV?.ijJ*?,:  TT^y-Wvji'ij ������ ^ < i^T  l^by^Electi-ici^aridiHeatrT  ;���,-'������.���' f'.-J-i:.'. ���. i'V-:|fi''!-'kV'f*��!V-,*.1"^;.t^i.'<r*.'!*< ���;���*'���.  .>,��! ���!;with|H|j^^i|'^^^^  - Largo oomfprtabla bedrooms: arid '���UnMlsum  dlolTog-room. :3ample roomB,*for oommamuu man.  EfflK*  tATK 0��;THK TOTAIijn<Hn^;0^t��A*aT  jWOpP'I-;|;K^  Anthracite:.;;'. .::l..":'.  Crbw'H Nbst.-.... I  Blairmore.;'::';'.'.'... .\  $10.75  .C.15  '��  7.y&GM  _D_a__.i?v-__i_a__ii>-  .V. -rr,u.iX : -iX-:Xi--f . X' C.-_ \-'.-'-_  -2&7-  [Aaw^^^Eau^;ohj;r -cotipany. ; vn>,  : No ordor ban bo acoopted unless aboompanled  ���t&c^:y*yxxi'yyyy2yyy-77^.v'>'y  Ofllco: Corner of Hall  and Baiter Streets..  TELEPHOKE  THOMPSPNi %$0\JGim  A A ��� 77 ^Victoria ������riteeetX'.;':^!!' A'  '���m  "'niX:iX\^'^X^my''XX'-'ii':-''X'ft-SiXXf.lJy:ifi:  > Decorators t ond  '���������.��������� .'-si). '������'���PapiBri'Haiifirers.'.'  M-'J  .^���jiBgker-and.Ward  '*"��� ' Htreeto, Nelson  ':J4'''. -'wSW^S;  ;.:-.'',*'': '���.'.���4,':...,:: ^.**?/-,'m^~^y?Z^T^.i?''--X*''.i&i'''x7'k.-/.'^,7',.  j-Tbeonlj hotel in Nel^-iUi��* hM remalMd  under one managomentalnoelBBO. :.'.., .  The bed-rooms are vreUfnnitohea and lighted  byJelectriolty. .���". V'>^",'*v'ir''A? -'��H-'5:.^,"-v^,i ^'i-f'*','-:.  ���The barIs always etopked by the beel.dofn ���-.  Uo and I��iwrt^'.Uaii:owr��nd'.olgarft��ftfe.ir<;.^��f  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  ���<-:\-:}7'*.':-;'y:^r.:xK$.$i-.$��:W  7.ii.:^7i.rtiB:'MiatJkHV&^  ^'i&$7z&t>'i'&&tfA*&*A   _        '^''W^R^E^S^MimMPOSTSS  liplPiiliM^i?^^ , ^  .^upehOTlng^lsewh-ei'e^^:^  ^^^^;|iSo_ricEi^raRlr^L^  FACTORY: HALL STREET. C.P;R. CROSSING.   MILLS irHALL STREET ;WHARF  tfw&.  KHPESALE JRADE  W'^7x7vi'i$i- . "- ���"   v K ���- ���*i"- \ '*   i  ^^RATro^i^tfMINERAL^wi^RS?;  JrjlHdBPKlft; CO.; LXMITEDl^Coni'er Vernon  .'A, r:and .Codar fitroeta.'.-Nelson.M mannfaotnrura  'of ;and wholeealo doalers inT��rated waters and  fruit Byrnpa, Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.).Telophono]60. i r   .y.   -���-*'..  !|Si?ifASSAYERS'^ SUPPLIES.",^'1 v  ilTtT7 F.'TKETZEL'&!Cb.-Corner Baker and  ,. XT ���> Josephine etreets, Nelaon, wholesale deal  ersln -'assayers supplies. ;Agonts 'ior Denva  ;i"lre Clay Co. of Denvcr.v Colorado.    _     <*.  IlilfCOMllISSIOK^MERCHANT&t" '-- '  H^iylNS'1* "CO.-Baker'stwei, Nelson  ���nWholosale ,dealers ,ln Jliquors,.^'olgars  cement. Are brlok and fire olay, water pipe and  steel rails, and general toommlselon merchants.  tlipBMOTBIOAI^'SOPPLIES.-'5     ,  EOOTENAY ELECTRIC BUPPtY ft' CON-   a, 81 RUCTION COMPAN Y-Wholesale dealers in telephones, annunciators, bells,;batteries,  flitures,'etc.','Houston blook. Nelson.' '  ;'���       * ,  fe?^t*#^SFLOUH' AND 'PEED.   '"       T  BRACKMAN-KER MILLINa COMPANY  . A���Cereals,'Flour,-iGrain, Hay. Btrajghtor  mixed oars vghlpped to all Kootenay'Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R.-,'Milk at Wotorla.-NewWesB  minster, and Edmonton. Alberta.        ji % ���,,. '..  p;^FRESH AND 3SALfc MEATS.-���v,  Fj;BURN8' tc ICO.-Bakor ��� street,   Nelson,,  _. .jmjwholesale dealers tn fresh and oured nieaM.  CoWstorage. t^'v ��>-- .,,      f>j(.j.   /l   .   ,   .  HKAbi Qraos^Artsf;; * *  .-..,_.  .t&iVXl  ��ffilsalilaW|RlPil   Dealers in Meats  |!tfii|!il;" tlROCERIES.^!/?   "V*f'-!  ;-A; MACDONALD 'ft CO.-Corner Frtot'aad  ���**������ s Hall-;t streets, .wholesale , grocers and  'obbers In blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,  macklnaws and minora'-sundries. '    -  EOOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY,' LIMI-  .      rTED-rVernoo   street; Nelson, ��� wholesale  grooeM:,.gji-i   t , -   _, d,  vTOHNOHOIiPrrOHft CO>-gronb street. Nel-_  ��*���Bbnr-wnnlnHflJo _mtcn.n__~-    ~      -     " .  "^  ebnrwholosalo grooers^  ��� ';   If *you wint "all7the^Mihinig 7:  ;:::; v.;.; ;Ne^^pf; thejrl^rdeau^  AS mtrtt -bee^3;;-a;v:paid^upTf v.-[  ���'.-.;;T*;!'.rea^et{>6f/T;N^i-rri, *:SASAS;S7  l::mAm^  :7[:7        ':imRQV8d^SJi':!C.7[x77y77  : $2 per yearl       ���   i it fills the^bill.  i Bar stoql^wlUilwebbmids of wines, liquors,  and;Cigars.: 'Beer on di^ughti.;,.L��rgo,oomfprV  able rooms.   KlrslHslaBS table, boajd..: ..'v'-:'..   ; .  U'::-7l.r.ti'. f'ilTT ���'���-/'���f?*:-:A'-S3;;.'!'i-:fe;'T'^ri;V<.^'*  -'  . ':y!,:SBpmffl~Aip'agng^  ���^INE^LAGERlBEiR^AliElit  ^^:*;;;AND!^a^^  .,.,,..v-,...���,.......... .;-��:;:^T:r;-*-'>;.v::;y.Va',^  Markets at  Nelflon,^-^ Silverton, Hey  Denver, Re vela tx)ke,-Fergui3^ Grand i Forks^  yr^,i��Mi^uio6ay(UiAA7  If  *M*. JTi/v-'V-:;  rt*  ;:fift'ik*,��^;.v..'i>=-'?:  .���iy.",^.-  c,y'fr:*��'  4fe.v:*.  ::;-:7^i^i:&-?a^^f'f;:IAU,v7:,;J^^  I||I^^B'a��*I^ACTED;i;M;EAT"S[:  ?;:7^;    ?S v|-?FISH ^Nlf^ULTRVV IN:SEASON ;s -Ji;^^  Baker, Street, Nelson-;;^  i^iCiTRips^:-^^  :*.(���*; ���  i Prompt and.  i rdeUvcrr to  e'fcrada  jirowerf*��*^iw��  ;-;.;ipiS.:;^^It-;;:*  ! ������','!';';!'-!.latb.of*!.VAN<^u.YEiB'/'.';^;.*,''.'���"'.������������  LADIES' AtAJIXm  ;  Parlors formerly ocoupiod byvMlss;MaoMlllan,  iVictorin: Block.: ���  '��� ,The patronage of, Nelson ladies solicited.       ..."  Ifl|?'l^heiip'*de  qpj|*:;��<yra  '''1W^ro^t||i-j^ ish C^umbia-can assiflt ,^ truaf^J ^  ��� '* f Jtf'. * --V^ -'' -.^ -~ *��� -'-- r*_5P i'^' ^7*'*^-* w*W*-."�� ^ ������='-���-"* - -'���-;-'      ���'���-������������*��� -  ��� ��,���........��� >"-... ....      ...  ...���  ���|.*4**^^f(^f^^(^,-rt*W-W_i'.*^^^  T({E CREAT 1AB0R SAVINGvIMVENTJOJI  INVAI-UilBLE TO  'EUSINE33 TAND''PKOFES8IONAI.  :   -.7 ;:���������.*'��� ;'-������;. :7 ������-;������: .����?��'.*. ���'.:���..'.:���. ,".', .'v; ;; AA  The Can;Dox:Ccp>ing Book and Jnl^.,.;  :  Lottora and other documents can bo copied per-,  feclly and:.quickly without:ithe use, of water,  A a. ;A.P$o&0%j��$if~  ..:'''...''%:?;v.*'���' ";U;'C;JS*.;!^;|:��!'��K  ^C^m_: Vlotoria ai^ B^tfflwBtreeto.  Founders and Machinists^  .' List of. second-hand^mochineiy on -hand, which has been" thcrbtighlyoverhanled and Is as good  jas new:   '        " ' "    -  JrY.4BRIFJlN ft CO.-Front straet. Nelson.  . 'wholosale dealers In provisions, owed  meats, bntter and eggs.     ^ ��    i   .,,     ,_-i  HARDWARE AND MINING^SUPPLIES.  HBYEBS ft CO.-M3orner Baker and Josophln*  .���;% streets, Nelstm, wholesale dealers inhard-  ware, and mining supplies. Agents tor Giant  Powder Co.--   <   ;   ^r.i '^,     .i V'i.l   ���  J AWRMNOH ' HARDWARB * COMPANY '  ���H i. Baker j St,.' Nelaon, wholesale ���*, dealors ln  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies. * ���>    'v '      "  ^^vLIQltJORS AND/ DRY GOODS.. , \  rpURNER, BEBTON 'ft CO.-Corner Vernoo  *: and t-Josephine ^ streets. Nelson, wholesale  dealers ln liquors, olgars and dry goods. .Agonts  for Pabst BrewlngCo. of MlJwftnW_r��nS"r!Rr  garr Brewing Oo. of Calgaiy.  If* u'  Tfti-S  POWDER, CAPS AND POSE.  -porting.'stumping and blaok blasting pov   rholeoalo dealorsTn caps'and fuse, and oleotrla  blasting apparatus.   >,; ,   . ;  :r4AAA8ASH ^AND DOORS. A.  N^MON-JAW -AND PLANING ?MILL8.  LIMITED-Corner Front and HaU, streots,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale' doalors  ln sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order.  p.o.'Bnrsm.  press, brush or moisture pad;  -M&^^Mi^^M^!!^M9.'Si  ' ;  Fruit and Ornamental ^^.'I&es, Shrubs  ;- Vines;lBulbs^.Hedge il^inWarid^Seedtt^^i  .���:" Extra choice stock of Pcac>',iIApr;c6t,l_>inin.;  Cherry; and* Prune Treos. NtJWjtinportatiOQ-of��  flrst-class' Rhododendrons,' Roses, Climatus.'Bay.'.  ;Trees,Hollios,etc. ���.���.*������ -:>7-7y7Ar -^'yyy.  ; 80,000'to.choomj /rom-*No, Bgents(or commls-,:  sion to pay. No fumigation or inspect Iqn.charKps.;  GrcenhouBe plants, agricultural implements,' rer-'-.  tilizers, :b��e; Buppliea,- etc. targest^and^Tmoet,  complete s'oek in the province.; Send for'cat::  alogue before placing yqiir ordt>W.> .Address' *  '' ���  wfct&f*^[o^^ AAAA7.  _ ^^:a^Slukin*.Pi���pJi;lfl''x5^xl3!':.;outisIde:pa��kediplunger pattern. - ������- t- ' : :r ;t , 'V " ���:  ! :. 'Watch this advortUement for further lists, oi'-writo.us before you buyforoompleto'llst.v Wo  Tmay:haiVe*Just,whit':youwant.':���'?. ^x^xxxX.'*'^'-*.-������������'-������.        xx. ,:,.:.    -x.yf: 7XX::r\..7-  f n'-^gents fbr4Northey:Pampsi;;gto<*i6atirted.; ,;:;���;�� ������:���*������-.-.���:���.���;������-, ���.���>'.'-.-:'j--.:--".y->--! -'���:'-x'X- '<y-:Xr,X-xx  P.'1-;;0.;(;Bo��y��ilfli8.'  THIRD AVENUE,  HOSSLAND.  PLUMBE1R8.  ASSAASxsmm^BmG:AAAm��s-  ! !M1'plumbhifif; Js ^  ���': AS.: ^Sanie price as;p^er ^eah3rs;*apd"'v.^  WINES AND.CIGARS.  'RNXA   WINE  COMPANY.   UM1-   -^Corner Front and Hall streets, Ned-  sonv wholesale dealers In wines <oaae and balk,  mna dotnooMo ��nd Imported etaun. _  SV.  ..*V;*;j;"  MUSIC.  20 per cent Better.  lOppqsith postoffioh;  7A  rryrff  NELSON, B.'O  sssassasrs  .j.^qosssoBa^iTp\p___.d.A8b:crpfi>  j  :.^.'^.H:U?;^;'*E^iniiH(W8E8HbEIHft-^  attention gl  ___tks_b__i,i ffffHiifi  p7,m   ��� .: '*..'������*    Bayer and HxportBr of  7Amm7i.m&$i  y v L*:       HlghestfPrloefl y  r i - Prompt BeturnH  , ��� v-t-:,,:.Fair'Assortment  :%i.:--"r  <to all kinds of repairing, ,; iv ; ,, ,_   ^msJ^^^^Amo [ij tow,-  :.ilw��.&'i:il,rTT^TSr5A*''".^AT",,  NismQNsBiMi  .^:-i=irxiii^.-:it!r--  t Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate in vocal and instrumental mnaio. Is now prepared to rtteiTe  pupils for instruction In voice culture, Italian  : method.also piano and organ. '-   < ..  7'. Forterms and further particulars apply room  5, AJTHaodonald building, oorner Josepnfiie and  Vernon^street. ,.,        .  KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL   SOCIETY.   '���  iX. Y''7..~'.X.-/!���������'��� ������";'   '  ' >  fxyt NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.  ';Sin accordance with the bylaws of tho Society,  .the'annual general meeting will bo held In the  1 Board of Trade room on^Tuosday, March 12th, at  3 o'clock p m. , ^  : - All' annual- subscribers of the smn of $10 aro  ' members of the Society and eligible to take pai t  . In* the election of directors for the ensuing \ ear.  .-..-:���*,.'.    ,,*'>��Ui.'^         <    "      '  !V;-i NOTICE OF CHANGE OF TITLE.  ���  'Notice is hereby given that at lhe annual incot- ..  Ing of the Kootenay Lake General  Hospital j]  Society a resolution will be moved asking the ���      ij  * lieutenant-governor-in- council to grant e. ch�� nge  of title from ' The Kootenay Lake Gonclral IIos-  pjtal Society",to VThe Nplson General Hospital  Pli^T^ii^i. W. SWANNELL;'*8eo��tsr7^ ME TRtBUNfe NELSOK! B. C. THURSDAY MAfectt 7 190i  BAHftflF MONTBEAL  OAPXTAL, all paid np....$13,000,000.00  RnBTyyi...:.x7........... 7.ooo.ooaoo  UNDIVIDHD PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathoona and Mount Royal ...Presidont  Hon. George A. Dxnmmond Vice-President  B.S.Clouston...'.'.:?. General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches ln London (England) New York,  Qrioago, and all tbe prinolpal olUos In Canada.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE RANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  '"i *���-    HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  "  Pald-ap Capital,  Reserve Fund,-  V  88000.000,  92.000,000  -Buy and-sell'Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers. . . r      jr       :    '     . -  '.  Grant Commercial' and Travelers' Credits,  available In any .part of the world.  ned."Coll  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER S6S.00O.O00.  Hon. Qeo.  A. Cox,  President.  "v. Drafts Issue  lleotloua Made, Eto.  i Bank Branch  CURRENT RATE OF INTXRE8T riXbiAAx.  TORONTO   STOCK  _v. rEXOHANGfflp  A^^n^i^^-sT^^Amf^a-AA  B^a ^ld^eldsf^V;, f ��.;; iy * yWl: 3;  ..5s&8-.v;  ^-57 j;:  >-*-"..S8tv;  :l;10f  70 00  tv-t'SP  ;';J8t:;;  ���ym_:  < Black; TalttM..    -:rBiwndori;&;G61deh;c��)wn^VC.v;  Canadian Qpldfleldsi'Syndldate.'..  ;.' Cariboo (McKinney) ".V.. J*.". .V.=;vi .* '������  & Curl boo Hydraulic,.-si;.; i',';.;.....*���;  , ��� Centro*s8tar v.. K#-'S^;**.ft*';;. ���;&. ;���-  -y Crow's Nest Pass Coal;........;..  r;Callfornla\fv.v;^;;;:vT^;v.T..,.vi  \ Doer Trail x Consolidated XXX7::: ;v  - Evenli^.-'"Star.'-.''.'S'.;".'j-i���.':������.���;;;';';';;'..';'���  ��� GoldenStar -f:7;-x:x::x.x:x.::r.::xx'-  ,   Falrvlew.* Corporation.;.'.; i. .���:���.-:.:.��  , Giant;....'.;..r;..;.v...7X7...���*���*..'.';*-  Granby. .8molter.U-iiiVX-sti..7:A  ������"��� Irori':Mask.*;-;V*;*i"V;.:i'i-'.~;'.!.'Vi''..-..;*'..','.i.:-.''..::  ?,. Jim Blaine...;;.-;......;;".'-.X.:x....-'.:  ;��� Knob'(HUi:..:';>'.:ii;.^v.V.vi"^*i.>;:  ;: Montreal & London/.:..'.'.'.::.;'.'....���;;  'i Mornlng.i.Glory.'.  ' Morrison'f/r'ji;V.';V  , Mouutain Lion...  .. Noble*Plve^*r*fe:;:*:iiYriV;!:.,.:.W-W7;:,i7i��>:V  i ^^.s^.yy.^:xy_xxyy85iiy.s!ii  i Old Ironsldoa.^X.':...X.X..'.xX.\.'.;XXjX 80X.U':X60  -fniy<o^^iX.v.Xii.^x:7^x.7..7.::u;^]:X7vl2^7xr7iQ  PayneTv;v:-.vi':!;;v^'iViw^^.:;v/v'.v'T>iS'45j;j?:':;4o  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated;;: ^29^ 29  '.i':'t1\'.  ym,  ���738-7  ms  7'78A  ���ft 40"  97. 2*  :W  ���$&  ::l 52,  ;t'-V70  G2 OO  sm,  v-.;m5-.-;  ryi,,  77-3X  A3i.  i-.a; 43'. f  ;T..,tT.4t;;T  #:��';.  ia'0.jj-  .;:ir7:.A  15;-  Robt. Kllgour,         Vice-President.  London Offloe, 60 Lombard Street. H. O.  Now York  Offloe, io   Bbcohange   Place".  ,   and 63 Branches in Canada.and the  "*���!  United-States.  .4,. SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:1 v=  flnteajp8t;'nllowod^-ori deposits.*'* 'Prosont 'rate  -three; per cenfc;#;;*Ti?T*iii-'r>^ ..���;_���_. x7i7.--x<ei'i--j.-.&:>.  A'AAAA: rA. ^Manager; Nelson; Branch.  IMPERIAL MNKf  'OF   G^JSTj^JD^.  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  t  $2,600,000  $1,725,000  ����� g.,HOWI AND President  D. R. WILKIK General Manager.  i.. H A\ Inspector.  department/  INTEREST   ALLOWED.  ^d;vt^*^  ifrqht^6fT;:tli!e;I^6eessiorir '���7'"77  ���V'-.t  _ w��^m!^S^7^$^  Frijier thafc Co^taS?D<^lar7:g[$Y&ir  with a"22^Calib^ .Revolver and -a  GolpredgjWefciir^bf^^iaen^l^'  Kinle^an^!CJabineti||h1^n7ia?a9?a^  Pi��miunii(^^Thl8":..Pa^^  'McW:*Hpw^^  Stuff was written by a Genina who  had to get a little in Advance now  _    ' ->SAVIKC3.BAMK.  THE   CURRENT   RATE   OF  Nelaon] Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  !SSAAAAA'.'^^.^S-kAx-. :'7y77ASA  ^���^^^^r^lizei^tti  ^oi^thefGount^  a Bank President 'or a; General Man-  ��  T\\e First Year  , A? ,9, ^e,son firm we are eleven years old���  ,.righ*J!?'theJP"me of business manhood-full  '-'of ertergy���ready and 'anxious to' work for*  the building up and increasing of our trade  >  in fine jewelery, ���. ��Kv��iir-��/. -.  y^ y>  \     ��� l'i     * -   ''K 'J   .   Jl     V    J^   l'   .(   '       l"*l    ���     ��A.  Oqimt^-Agriculturalistis^  ,^iling*in^^er^Tmi^|g|^|M;  '! Som'etihies, wheri'Jj'e^sai downv!in:  ALL WATCH REPAIRING GUARANTEED  j-i-ttj  VRepublic ���-   ��-. Slocan 'Sdverei*gn^v;v'.*if:���';���  s, Virtae':f'~x^:7.-iXi7.-'.i'XiXi'i  �� War Eagle ConsbUdated'.'V;  ,- Waterloo.XXX:i-;;x.:7i.\X:::.-  *' White^fiear;;;v^:;^f 'JV.';-  }��� Wlnnlpeg;v;*.-*.-*/;^..;'.:t.'te'vi:''  1 ��� Sullivan :_r_-_-;>.'i :x. YtV.V!';-.-'?;  x:y: elswii^i::  ���7X7X3!) XA.25.,;  A&i*%A&7  m7^hm.7&  XX.yi:;U.^X;Xi 11^  *!.' x7my$-:m-7BAiiim��>  ;   2mi\^Ue7m^7l0{^A^  . r 2500jWhitoBsar.^:.\V7P_V  ���i  l(X)0:'No'vdty;:UIi<.��:*nf;'?:S^?;'*.:S;  j 10tX��|WInWp(^^;'?��^^1-tfrft*;  %MfiHiiiii  fT,'-=..li;i��.Ti;if��i;V,.i;iffqJ^  <'���'���"' <�������������� '������'i'4-S"> i  .'.���;'.':'V;,.-?.-;'.'i:-;iV/>f>?4w  V:;';S"'.^'*'-'!';'f;.i;^>''T%I*,!  ., Capta:  :Ic^ust0;ahdall"the Main Stiiy^of  Finance.' had   received their early  ,,,.���,, ^iaimng^n]!  mJ    Buttermilk,-killing   GarterSiiakes"  J;being;8tuUg,byfrB^  S'ivimmin*glin:"'ffiu'ddy;.^  VSThejrian who^rdte/these Signed^  'A^ticleaj-jiistthejsameias said;jthat;  i.��S^i^9fttH;a^lw^  ���Jinsideyof^he^Ci^lji miti'iaim'lneyer!^  |l^|any^tou@Bruise^  ilwt^ho^j^'ea^StM^ST^j^^^  ;fTO^*?:*St*rt^^;'��^e^K^^i^<^iiii^i*^^ji  ^tlie;'8ubterr^l��n^-^^  !^,Tth7e^nin^-^p^:^  'fog: House arid^surveyed the1 lack of  ffwm^hiiig^yEat^^  ;#nle*dDiiiner^d^3!^n^t^  ���^ofbtM^-f^  !*y IThenJ He; wouldBei^mbeK geftilfg::-  but'in the'Night to associate with  ���jthe f} lAye;7|S tock * * '!'���*����<;;% ir�� ^ ���wnSw *>  -IwwilcenVfi  ��S^  ^ Come witMis-for this spring and see what  ^we^carido^for-yoV In'the meantime we'ex-  j tend our hearty invitation totyou/allitoMn-;  ��� spect our beautiful lines of up-to-date'gobds.' v7  MAIL ORDERS.RECEIVE OUR PROMPT ^    ^  v      AND CAREEUL,ATTENTION    A.-. !X?>;\%  ,\ 1*.  .11.1 \*    fl  j :t-v��   !*���  M|    ^    '  The JSwelep.l Nelson, B. G.  4   *->tJ  *  ?r  a^;|he|'^6uld  :-&*<'^^g^.��||s  iBiRvSr,,.,,.,^  r;*TA^w*r,.c;':.*WK:.*S''3S?*-  ffl^^l^^Wittlth^^  ;Handkerchief,\;did  ii^apic&in   riot   have one  perience need.not ^Discourage other  i?ypan*^Meii*wi&o1vkre^  ^*nM|KexM*krt^^^^^  cape,Corn-Shucking, because Jason  rmight;4have;' gotjintovtlie ��� Finn  eventually if the Partners had ever  I Y7y away|f r6mHheSrestl^9,SBbssy-? anW  ,ni S him^fewHiries^of-^Suste^  ls*."fi&*5^'Wft��'ft'f:S'Si'SjV.*a��4^  ^0^B^O&tBifm^M^M^f^^^^ifiM;  . *f3ci|HeWa8!S*u^in^%th^;ES^^  '^idoi^Ttl^igij;^  [j^ftfiabo^ftfi^  ^||atop*d|tip?i^^  ';!.#Si*Ri*dg^^l6ni^abou  [���i^^ge^back^o^the^p^ex and^show^a"  ' ,||5i|waM^in^iJ^  3,^;'-A-f*��er;Dinneii,ySe\::w^  [#|Sp^Spti^ae^ti^lie^^  [i^|waS7"*^G(^fMai^  .;^i^ei^^dl^l!ggodfaoftliiilore,  ^vel^u^his'fPiivat^; Character  than any Pauipusred Drone brought  gSfJ-asp^r^diallstlua'^^^  IF-^^o^^-^tuch^  |Tpwng^hl@^*�����ia^l^|^Ul��  freight and settle right down among  the inferior City.Cusses and  make!  i^Sspjj^S^^  ^spuVheyejr. had been',! more   than;  -about thirty;-miles on .the   Covered'  ^Carslatid*^  lS^00A^M^yAA7S^7f&A70$  IJemeniber, the n��w. staijd   at Corner of Ward  P>X,l....!C;.,.....r.x...;-    -w.  ^^^*5;-|iiS^i��l/i  &^I(#liB^^Sttree��>  xxixxy  tb attract the attention!^f '������-Corpor-  fate/Intei^^wilijflpaittiat^e'Best  ���^n-'.^i$?-'- r�����aiP :ftt Hprne-and bi  ���^l^t;ed||p|the^g  ^Ttt  )0^M;M>��i\  m  ~m_\  B'lES^KfiliiRv 5,  ttr^i0i^y^A��^.  i;S^3J'*W:,SS#>;tv.'^:M:?A*sS^';?��/,^  ^BLSONinNpS' UNION NO.'88;^. -F?tf  (i^-i��^SS��L&?%ra^9>!�� ����Mk norm-  _ , , .        ~      ������- &* 6ike^in April^and^the'pop: >y  lSp^|iKi^v|^pipi^fed ^ti&'wi^be'kiibwn^ho^^1  iifflPS^tieiwai^sp^HEl^^ Daily and Weekly  ��ji'c?/j  <--.'," ���.?���'-���*.;:���  ��!��i?REAl^ESTATEMNDWpl  iN^l^NiCE^GENnil  ^K'vss:  iffls.iv.va*   _._.;_\.  ��jpiriilii^iiiii:iPffi  wPoifeHiNiP  Jil^^ii��!^l^!5l|II?!g*a  ?M Jasori: had: "Iris ��ructicmsj^ Knock  LOiC.every-Evenirig.:as'sbbri-as-it'-.was:7  ' :'");;[^fl��iSJie^m*^^and^  ;:���Qneeir;.-: an-dS^nni^^iadpdid .vi*Jfew  ' ^Ohpres aud^riailiedru^a*Hbie<iii tKe^  _ ��� IFmcCs^tt^therSBullg  [ A:[ not work Jtlitpugh^andf devcJu^itKfe  1 -'!^T;Mbrnirig:'i;iGl(?rieiv;|h^|^u^  ;; slowly undbi^thbwitAinglSta  '^Kiteherijpppr,^fte^^ltip^^^  ��� T~thinjgf ^ex^8ed^to^yiew bn-vthe Red  ^;!tabloelpth^:eyen^t^fch  [7 berries!viitU|.tlie^Clinkers'iin them,  lie woiild4; readSa^few! Jokes" iautpf  the Populist Paper and!;'start away!  to Bed with the sjprtjfhtly step M;a;  I-xx *I^ralytici^aged^2;kHe^neve^iiiia^  f;;;' *'torleaye''a;.,^li>!v t*^?^ ASAAASSAnA:.  1   >    Soi^^imira^^n^itTainj^, Jason  could' iiot work^ in ���the jField* and  Father wouldlet; hiniigc^out in tEe  Barn arid tuifn the Chojp!-iJeed'"Ma-  ; cliin^vju8t��;fpu*8f^GH&fe^  A: :Wpuld;;>h\im^fcvKi*3^:^ ! ���  It���:Toni^uealmng; ;butv'and|hb^fiad^he!:*  :   Heaver arid '_;��� hadftp^top a'n*d!!Blbw,;  :   and then Father "vwpuld? revilei riiin  ' !;as;:a.^]^klirig;Vand^  7x. Strong!; ���^and:7-Husky^ heliadbeen at  ::. ���*.the:8arne:Age..t:;?'-' \x-,x-���������7%AAr.f A  !.;''!:u;;.:;-**And7:'^ir^^  S 7, iBskA":WhyASd7- Boys iv:; leave7, "the-  7:-Fa^i^77A7AAmAA^AS  ���t: ;Ja  77 of an!bccisiprial: Trip to the GTerieral  ��� {S tor^viEvjBr^ t^p^^rs::|hOTewcmld  :t;b.e!,!'a*v*^W  ;  Ghance to7see;[AjCbrigr^iriari; ;?;Of  cburse^thiat; was ai^ great- PriVilejge;  . :but:eySri|tliat did! ndfejinbj^the'liad|  :!��� np for^wp ���'yg^rs/aib ^StJretielu?; ���'����������� | ���%  WMtne; ha^er^  into! tlie-City a-nd   bei a Successful  Business Man. ; He   had read that  allyth'e Heavy-weights;in; the I Wbrldv  ofACprriiri'erce���:had.^ eome/irito the  !t City a;s^^i^iple ^d'urilmtwed'Yaips.1  Their   e^My^ JBabitp of i Inolustiy^  ' frugal Mariner ofi Li vin g arid that  Sfcejrlfog$HbneBty^Avhich ;a7Boy  learns on a;Faria!lby ''Watehirig 'his  Father iti'adeHbrsea.lievar fail"' '*-'  ���tie^aiJa^'^lkedtS-Si^  iha]ygdM|i^hip^f^^n|fi^  .because he was-used to-the-plbwed:  .Ground.;. In fact, h.ej-.was��� just\the  |ki^^f!|^iii^and1iRugpd'^^  t^Hl^*a^eld^iM|^<^  jPpi^MseN^^  *'p!^ii;lujn8ppiled|,^^^^  ^us^rieapfeithpv^  si^i?^^ely|^rtue^ one!  rcpiild-"^^  *^rt7Mm^if.^:He;got;^  ! tipri] ^itfr a^great.^  Jishnieri^ 'fenbwing th^Showever  ;^umble;the7|Gfal^w-w^M  ;to; :bett recognized farid^^^ honest  ;Coiiiitry ;Bby -with*; ��n JOjSerij .-���.OblS'ii^  teriarice arid no regard ;|fbr.f Grafnir  :- mar;: cannot be kept^butof tlie "Firm  .. for,ariy>Lerigth?bf <lim*^':?V��;^^  y In' brie shbrt^^^^he'bwned'^a  !^ck:Su^witK:g31ackSSilk l^ciiag!  .on the r Lapels'7arid'-w-asleritrristed  with; tlie work^pf  loading   large  Packing-Cases into Wagons.Ax ''y  ������!*'*��&..thfr, erid^bf xTwo? Years his  simple'Manners' and cheerful Desire  to Labor li^ madejsubt a Hi^ with  his5" Chief th'a^ to;  -Ufting'&much^  arid when tlie Regular! Man failed'  to show up, Jason was permitted to  run tlie Freight Elevator,  ,7;The O^i^s^f the Establishment  seemed ''|tp 1 lie !^in:>'such ';���'a7 Hurry  ^ettirig^ in ^and out of thef Place that  they did not- find time to observe'  thei Patient Diligence: of the Future  >He*^of*;the-Cbnce'm^T^  ?IM^]p|pqintriient:id1Jaspi^ as hpih^  ;urider8tbbd -that ^all ?Busi^ss^Meri  'jin-'the;Qity!arefoutthe-:'^  TGbpdi Steady Boys^yphb have jiist  pJTOken^ut:.i"'.of iv ;tli*o ;-; Sbubblei-'''';. and'  ^hejif^Ei ^a  Harid-^me-Dowriv Suit^and a": Wpbl^1  T*Ha&;he!is more than pljeased.SSSx.  The Men jwhp own��ed. Jh^Gpncern;;  'i-ArlJ'in.' o.'- 'xxrt^Tr^ -i-_r_ .'^iVnoof. %"tno_^.^.}_^.  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  ilii^SsXf1:.  mm  ���fJolHi  - :-v.''.-'>-:y-j'3-'r;i  '���fttt-.'iSi:  [Ay  -;vr;U, looal' abd^obaSWi'. ^US>~SSy A S^  at the' (foliowingf^rates:' Three'  one year,-$10.;, A large nuinber  I a large nuiriber of subscriptions'  '7iWJl'^''^.y27^~-'-''*"jp?^^;A'1*Z^ <T /i ,      *r . 1  j lar^abputjte/expi^ number of people in Kootenay J  x,mAxy^c. *��� n^.^ ^ ^^'^u^ji...^ for newspapeis forthe ^|  air these"pebphVtb pat-"1  Sfi^iSBl^W^lil^^ sumsaretoffered>as<prizei;ori.^|  \-7.<.\>i"j ^tsf-jyn ��"t'a\l. VSv'l  .Nelson.'...'. \.. .V. '.^$60'*  ^Rossland ..:_��_.r,.\. .M.LA. ;26.VI  S^S'2SS?��^ '- DwTRior-Per  shift. %ma^Td5f  ���oj^mon. shovolers and other bnderground Ubn^ S -  ���qTRADES kND LABOR COUNCEU-The ��Ju. V,  l-^S0^ !#?,&held to theimtoers' unlonhall, , -  S"~��f.B' ^dlpKi' corner "Baker and Btanlor, J -  SUSP'S ^^^^thWThuwtorof oaotV^  J T  Clayton,- President.  * i p;  1?05,tVR1, 8UP' m:  C/'J. Clayton,"  A. T.,Curle, Secretory. ,-  h tT^rfSj^S^^SteS8��*i^8Can��wil*r*Union 7^fe  I r_L ^"^wM-on/Woanesday evening-of oach^^K  I I WMk*8S,!��<*����4toto8Minora';SimSllw^Vs,4?  nor Viotoria ^ and , Kootonay stroets. t Charles''"' ~ffl  Clayton, Prealdent.' John mu^Sma_tSr^f^ ^  ' ���*.�� ���.' '  :'}f.iv;,!\-^X  iPfflca^ ohyBaker!SfreetiwestJTOf^Stanloy Street4  'WxAAASWSTA^^^S^ASAASSAA.  ���"���vsfSG  Rough arid  '.MvJSa?!-?^  1 H\.  v, ., _.....:..._ _r,;'X:..z.ti/<X":':::'Tt^.-t'.v.c;-  LStV  |||^!^Rj||^KpLQC^^  ^'y0:;..;.ico*^Sr'ofjw  BOARD  OF  HEALTH REGULATIONS  grjfethe Prevention of ta^S^iadMof^  ^$$��^ti0_^Mlif  sAy7yim "  ii.iy p$ fyj&i :&7 '& 7.7tti ��� all \ KwtjiiiiA^^Ax'.  7A7iv^TBMirmr .wiOT{MJi��OTjnr. I  \'.v.^S��^",^W��'^rn*iM41����,.ir.��0BiT0W*ii  .Siv5!J:iS:'��jTjsW       "  *.r-:  :m*s;  r-silSSrUiSfeJ jMjUfi ?*  ��!H  ���Ssf?  ; j iHAIX AKD LABX BTRiCnC!'NIUKMf  ^Smalliipx in the City of Nelson^;  v All pas8engors,arrivinK at,tho City of Nelson  from all points east of the Kootenay ,River! will  be required to furpish the Iriopeotor or. olllcer In  charge of tho carrylnfc-out ot the&o regnkitionB  with a certificate from the, health ofllcor of tho  city or tovrn"from.which he or: she has left; con-  talning thefollovyingparticulars:':;;, ' ���' 'T/.. :-  t,K" (a) That'ho or'slie h-as'noVboen ln'any' place  or building Infected with smallpox. ���<*' " -v*  k v (bKThat holor uho has not lived In.any place  or butldlnic which lies dangeroualy noar any infected building or district. ���..::-**  7 ���:������ i'teKThat he or sho hns boon successfully vU0.  clnatcd since January, 1901.'.y._  7,2..If theinspeotorbelieves that any porson Is  iiifootod, or that his or her clothing or other  effects contain Infection tbo;inspeotor; shall detain such porson and his or her clothing and elfeots  asaforofold, until tho period of Incubation Is over,  and suoh person and his or her clothing and other  effects shall bo at onco disinfected. -  3:tIIh��only'8U8*eota that any persoh.on board,  or the eireots of any suoh'person havo boon ex-.  ; uosed_ tojnfeotton, ��� he shall notify tbe medical  health officer of the locality to which the porson  Porto Rico Lumber Cos  fe|NoHHwesttl;^itor^tisffil  .:Oini3_^W^W^B7&m^S&^5^  iAQ^^^cyAbAAAm:^yym2^  ij*N<B\^-|Bru'n*Swicl^:^  ^No^fSj^ia^  :SlMff^M^^&0^^ngJI^ in payment of either arrears'  p��^:^^^ef8^cni^Pns;tp(T^ wiH be entitled to give  ��$����^S?^^$P?^��)����pn 5pf^any two places in the list named .  i^^ll^^M^^^?"^; $5>00, to five estimates ; $10, to ^J  |i^^fe?^?^|f^Ml*l^*bo?ow, in accordance with above '  j^te^sj^i^remit^mburit^f/sul)^ to" '  Kaslo  Sandon ..;:..  Revelstoke...  Grand Forks  Phoenix   Greenwood  iZ, "w interaauonal Journeymen .Barbers Un-^*1^  ion of America, meets evorrflrrt and third Mon-t1~lif  day of each month in Miner's UnlmrBj2Twn��^#*v  of Viotoria and>Kootenayi8treete, atTMOrS^^-J%t ,  nharp. Vlsltoa brothew'cordliVtaW^^'^k^  ^attend.  R. McMahon, presMentTj.fa*Math5r^iM*.  'son; secretary-treasurer:  secretary.*",.  .      UrV<  Invited  ftvn��MIllMI .   m��    tXm\Mitktu/0  J'~'"J''  : J.C.Gardnor,reoordIng>r;  Si  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Labowti'-*!*^ W  J-fneotlve Union, No.8121. A.'F.of L..meete^?#  Miners' Union hall,_C. P..R. block^oorner-of^-CiiW  __ . ___ ._      ftyeve^iag^l^  theAmori--%   r ^  Baker and Stanley streeta. every Monday eveplna  atTdOp.-m. sharp. TisitinK members of tteASorT  oan ^Federation-, oordlafly-Invited to~attend.  A. J. Curie. Presided John ltotar^? ro-  ^cording secretary. .     ,   .^,    ' ^r^^urf,  JJKLBONTPAINTKRS'-'UNION-The regular '"   "  " - mooting'of-the  Painters*. Union-IsThold -  , the first andlhlrd Fridays in eaoh month at Mln-"P -,  ms^Unlon^aU at V3d sharp.w J.,H.MUlwS,^^-  B  Resident; WIU J. Hatch, Seoretur.  w^i .  i'i \-*-  4- t.  ���tym  p.f*:'^��i;Si3?i;...T5  -lXi'XXt-:X.,  xi A. ���m77].rxc(ms^<m.l:A!AAy  HHNDRYX AND VfiRNON mRJBBTS  osed tojnfeotton, he shall notify the inodloal  ealth officer of the locality to which the porson  ; is going to meet tho train or boat and to koep the  ���porson thereafter under .obEorvatlon. ���������"������Y ���"-  :;"4; Inthe event of anj^nttSHongor. bringing any  ; baggago (hand or otherwise) or whethor the samo  .shafl;-be'forwarded'by-express, the -.following  certifloato may also be required from tho health  officer of the town' orrclt^- aforesaid:. -.*��� ., .-������  ������y (a) That the :Sa^&.mtage"(hor6 give a .full  . description of saiabaggSifO so that there can be  no quoHtion ai toidontidcatlon) has.not been in  'nnw n\a_h_t_ rti* KrillHInn*'4n*#**��#-*w�� ...rJt-U ��__**   te^l  acted7 ih' a vwaylto " upset;.?Jasbh's  Calculations.;;,He !n.hftd; understood  from reading Advice to Toiing Men  thatiall those who Got On": in thp  Metropolis aiid'direct! laJrgei^Enter-.  prises:are:grad.uates ,bf.^thp Oats-  Field, biit these ��� Men ��� were 'Spruce  and went arpuncL Slicked: Up and;  so'Metimes' itney ���Wore' 'Plug ��Hats.^  He could not-bel^ye f that; they had  come in from the- Eural pi8tricts.  Sometimes he had a Suspicion that  now-:andvithe^the   ctiriscieritious  Granger fails:tb\Gonnect when he  stored  gerou=ly;nea"r "to any'Infected'h'uUdTng"w dis?;  :trioti���' *���**.:   *;-'(- :��� .',':������ -'t":-      ':.;"*���.':.    . t\*:.....:���'. ;.v ..-.t*���'.'  f >5. All rail way 'and .steamboat*companies must  'strictly adhere to the following regulations *��� "  (a) All mail and baggage from poln' s above  imentionod destined for,the City of Nelson, on or  beforo lea viiis tbe last point of call oii Kootenay.  River must furnish the:inspector or.officer in  ,charge of'the carrying out of these regulations,'  with a certificate from-the health ofllcor of such  points where fumigation takesvDlaco" that; same  nasvbeen done. ��� :'*. - > .������;;���!���;������. .��� ������.*���.-.���������. ���':-���!���.���:..���  *��� J *.- (b) Allcars 'or 'steamboats oin> which' have  .been* discovered! infected persons, baggage' or  mail, will not bo permitted to again convey; pas-"  songers, baggage, j etc',*; into, the City of Nelson  until, disinfected and fumigated;, to the saris-���  faction of the medical health officer of this city.  ���(c) No Indians shall be allowed to land In the  City of Nelson under any conditions.";.-; - ��� - ������ ,���  ������:. This proclamation goes Into effect immediately."  FRANK FLKTCHBR,: .. - ,  ..    ^;r.;Mayor of the.City of Nelson.  l Z-x..vy VD.-.LA.BAU;���'-  .-Xt._AxJ   t . *   ���;������  A7" A ��� 7 A-'Medibal Health Pfllcor.  Nelson, B. C., Marchandj 1901. y  Notice bf Application to Transfer a  -    ���License.; ���.������..���":���'  Notice Is hereby given that I Intend to apply at  the next sittings of the Board of License Commissioners of the City- of Nolson for permission  to transfer my retail liquor license for the premises situate on the uout.h end of Lot 1, Block 6, in  the:Clty of Nelson,andknown as the Manhattan  saloon, to CharlesH. Ink and Siegel Boyd.:-.,������. ���,-. ���.  ; AyA A: oharlks a. . watkrman.  :. DalM at Nelson, B.C., this ISthday. of Fehru-  l.WYi,fflv}*.?'tA"S<"-' '���"' '_*;'��&�� ^;, ~'-xA:'-'', _ y;. ���: ^y. 'S .*��� s ^AaA '; '",  imi  'i��k I v-'."-" "'"���    ''17--:7^A7-7iT J-i^i; .������  :Sningl,es'Tg&g#'i.;^  ^:;^::rMouldi!Hi^M?  -;-:. i.i.:-:...,.;i--.j.--...LJ-.        j.- -   -���    "--���-���:.���^....y.v:.^r -.y__^._,*^.::."i  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always iii  We carry a complete t stock of  Ooast Flooring, CeUing.Iiuide Finish, Turned Work, Sash and' Doors.  > Special order work' will receive  prompt attention.. :xA-i,y.i7 v. .**, .*,.,;.  ��� y.-*i.i-..;;. -   ���*. ���'������Axy.77;:y \.y.��  Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.  '�� LT^HAUilil  vax ssAmmiNGSSASsS:::;  Al- 't:-^^!.7-^ENGINEER'U::!/^-^.';,..,  ;OFFIf!E-^8. 9, 10,     ' "��� -^AAAxtim^tnr  ���. ;K.-W...C. Block-,':   "���   w-. r , s litLSHW     ._ ^ ,.,���..���,.., 7r$l  '^0&0B Association; Limited  fSx   "      '��� '  JNBLSON,B.C.  tt4at^^^^7^^AA^y?^^^.:s:,X  J ���y**fllVr. _..,_.>,���...���.:-.-���:.,.���.���...'���.���.������;���������.��� ;_-���:'���_'������: ���_?!:.���-���_.':  ^ iPo^Office^ti^lJ^  ���=*���*��������  gPrbvince^^;  .,_._,,  .:.-_...;.:./. .'.���'.������.,  |^s|?iption tp^|^;!^fv^r;:[;;/. Editibh ofSnie Tribune  ^���,V^Estirn^e,;asib'po*^  fnJ?i5j nl?X;'BtrorC,;?v, Voting 'brethren cordially ? *  Invited.   Chris. Lufypresldent; H. Smolser. fin-'7  ancial and recording secretary. t-f ,   -  pLA8TKRBRa*-  * . 172. meets, e'  Klllot blook. oornc  j-Gahadaf^l   ;,JBt^ltisrv7^olumbia;.^  Nprth-VVest Territories.  /IVIahitbba7^..^'.;/..' A'S* S  vOntarip^.;.:. ..!i!.'i!:.:'. S:.'.: *  Quebec ":>.-7. .'!*.. V ���.'���. ><#;;-.  ;NeW*  Brunswick.A,.[.S  Nova  Soctia...........  City 'of-Nelson. '������'. V. A. ['..  Pity 6f-i Rossland.. A. .*.  Gity^ of Kaslo...;:.;..  City of Sandon.'."'.".,';. A  City of Revelstoke.A.  City of Grand Forks^:.:  pity pf Plioenix.v...!..  City of Greenwood..:.;  UNION-The 0.1P. I. A.��No.   every Monday evening In' the  ������i JSP1^S^"?.6'f?1"* *����d*t��iilw7*reet��. *��  = oolook. . Jr n.^Mnvm-.-oreaidenti; WllUam'  Vice, secretary, P.O.-Box 010. ���' v ^A 's< - ,.v*.  A  FBATEBNAL  SOCIETIES.  ���fr  NOLSON I^DOB. NO. U, Ai V. ft'A^K  Meeto eeeond^Wedneeday la mbhaionkh.  ScJonndnghieUirenljQvltear^   "���  Tuesday Evening ab 8 o'clock.  oordUlly Invited to attend. ~  A. T. Park, K. of B.&'��1-  iay streeta, evor.  Vlsltli* Knights  H. M. Vincent C. C.  *  *  ���  ���   ���  i  I    :    This offer holds good until the 1st of Aprily 1901.  ��  TTOOTENAY TKNT NO.J 7, K.'O. T.M.-  Itr j I18*d their regular meetings on the flwt and  third Thursdays of each ,month. Visiting Sir  Knights are cordially Invited to attend. 13. A.  Brown, R.K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel.  tf. a. C  meete In L O. O. F.  Kootenay streets,  month.  Visiting  W. A. MInty, Reoordlng-Seeretary.  NEL80N LICENCE DI8TBICT.  Notice Is hereby given' Uiat David Church of  Erie lias mado application under thot'provjnlon��  of the "Llqtior*Liocnce- Act, 1900." for-an hotel  licence for tho B. C. Hotel at Krlo, and that a y  mooting of tho Board of Liconoo Commissioners  will be I   "  told to consider such application at tho  LHjuri uuuae, at the city of Nekton, on Thursday,  the fourteenth day of March, 1901 at the hour of  eleven o'clook ln the forenoon.  W. H,  ESTATE- OP FEANK S^ CABIPBEIiL.  ���In'the matter of. the Kstato of .Frank" 8. Camo-  . bell; late of the City of Nelson In the Province  '  of British Columbia, deceased.'^.*., :-,-:*'.       ���  ;  Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to th"e"Trus-  * tees and Executors Act" of the?revised* statutes'  of the Province of British Columbia, 1897, Cap..  ���187,�� to all creditors and others having claims'  against the estate of the said Frank 8. Campbell  who died on or about thp 23rd day of December'  A. D.r 1900, to send by post prepaid' or dollvored  to Messrs. Galliher & Wilson of the said city of  Nelson, solicitors foi Glenn M. Bonny, the administrator of iho personal estate and effects of the  said deceased, or to the said Glenn M,,Benny of  the town of Sirdar in tho provitice of British  Columbia, .their Christian and ; surnames  ad-  dressos, descriptions and full particulars of their  claims, statement of their accounts and the nature of tho security, if any, held by them, on or  before the 1st day of April, A. D. 1901.    (  And further take notice that after such last-  mentioned date the said administrator- will proceed to distribute the 'assets of .'the deceased to  the parties entitled thereto, having regard only  to the claims of which he shall then have" notice  The said administrator will not be: liable for the  fald assets or any part thereof to any person or  Sersons ��� of ��� who?e claims * notieo sha 11 not have  senrecoiVed.by.hlmatthotime ofi.such distribution. ;   ��� y. _,-.^^ GALIOHKR& WILSON*  SoUcifers .for/ Glenn-Mi-Benny, administrator  foj.FrankS. CampboU, deceased;    >uu��aw*w?  MORRISON & CALDWELL  v..*'1.  T'-'^'    :A-S\**. ,    *������/.��".-���';".*?.'t-\���>��;'.< -  AND  BULLOCK-WEBSTER  _.    ��� _ Chief Licence Inspector.  Chief Constable's Office, Nolson, B. C.  27th February, 1901.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  ___.___m0___.._mamm____m.^__m, t        >w  To Geo. H. Lammkhs, J. R. Cranston, or to  any porson or persons to whom he may have  transferred his Interest In the Harvey Joy  mineral olaim; at Morning Mountain, Nolson  Mining Division.         You aro horeby notified that I havo expended  Ono Hundred Dollars in labor and improvement  upon the above mentioned mineral <olaIm, In  order to hold said mineral claim under the  provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within   'lis  your f__  expenditure, together with all coats bf advertis-  nlnety days from tho date of this notice you fall  or refuse to contribute your proportion of suoh  OUR LEADERS���  The; wellrkhovyh Newdale Creamery Butter'  In all.'Bleed packages and 1-pound bricks   '  September Selected Ontario Cheese      ? I*'A  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  ��� Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices;''..  log. your interest in said claim will become the  property of the subscriber, under section four of  an Act entitled "An Act to Amend tho Mineral  Aot, 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December, 1900.  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To T. A. Stkvknbon, or to any person or persons to whom he may* havo transferred his  interestin tho Lila mineral claim, at Morn  ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:  You are hereby notified that I have expended  tbo sum of Ono Hundred and Fifty-Seven Dollars  in labor and - improvements  upon  the above  mentioned minoral olaim. In order to hold said  mineral claim under the   provisions   of 'the  Mineral Aot, and if within ninety-days from tho  date of this notieo you fail or refuso tooontrlbuto  jour proportion of such oxpondlturo, together  with all costs of advertising, your Interest Ci paid  claim will becomo the property of the subscriber,  under section four of an Aot entitled "An Act to  Amend the Mineral Act, 1900."  DANIEL  HERB.  Dated this 12th day of February, 1901.'  WART fc  AEOHTTEOTS,  CARRIB-Arehlteote.  I THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B 0. THURSDAY MARCH 7: 1901  i  Assayers Supplies  in stock a full  line of Assayers' and Chemists'  The  quality  of c ur goods  cannot be excelled  rcasonable.T^^^^-j-T-^^^-���:���        "  are  We carry  Supplies,  and  our  prices  We are British Columbia Agents for ������  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY COSS GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA   BLOCK NELSON,   B. C.  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  NELSON, b. c.A,  _ �����  ^ V                 r" -*  Builders and <  Contractors  Kootenay Brlek &  for a continuance  Havings.taken over the business of.the West  ' Um��T Companyv Limited, of Nelson, I begr.to ask __..    of the Ipatrbnage which you have heretofore extended them. -My  . aim will .be at all .times to supply you with our products at'lowest  - possible priees.^ Being in a position to manufacture goods ln larger  .' quantities than before, we shall be able'to,supply,the trade at a  lower figure.      A'. ' " v     '  _ 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. ., ;��� *\  \~'   *.''  &  Xm  1 **?_  vii  ->,tf  lA'Ai  A ��� ,, We shall also Keep on hand a  'Tiles and Cement.' * - \ <  stock of Fire Brlek, Fire Clay,  &,   ;:.. Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  ^Spokane Industrial Exposition in ,1899 and > also this year.   We also  l^seoured-prlzes last-year and this, year for Ornamental and Building  7"Stone.,.,\S\t-��.    ,  \ ^rf. ^'    J,,v   ,,  jx -..  ^S^W^^'propared. to offer special rates to Ct  &iBm&e*k7gyS~:A ' O; A "!ir,.��-     ,    *��* ���  i *t-  T^Aztr^^AA A- 'A- &FVNF&T  MANSE  Contractors and  ^S^-Ay': "  i.��. -;y-^ % ,  _bfit  -����si ��  ���Jr'A.  .  .v*>L  ERNEST, MANSFIELD,  ~tor< The 'Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  V./JVi~.  .'Successors to  ���5-.  TKelWest Koothnay Brick <* Lime Co., Ltd  '' ~, '-  f>; -r   '_.< . . ���   i  "���^vVri  j. tfaf_>   _ *".. \_ -  rrtTc-flVKiS"'  iZ'Xa'K  ���Vfji'  GITY LOCAL HEWS  Judgment was given yesterday  in favor of W. P. Teetzel and Co.,  and Turner, Beeton & Co, against  the Chapleau Mining Company for  a sum amounting to about $1100.  The   partnership lately, existing  between Steel   & Beasley, general'  agent?,, has   been dissolved.   Auy,  business enti listed to the  late firm  will be conducted in future by R. J.  Steel.  T. G. Procter returned yesterday  ufternnon after making a tiip of  inspection to the Silverton Boy at  Silverton. He teports the woik  progressing steadily and the mine  looking well.  The Spokane Falls & Northern  train due here at 7:30 last evening  had not arrived at a late, hour i this  morning. It is said that the delay-  was caused by a landslide which  occurred near Seven Devils.  - Miss Bensusan, who, has been  stopping with Mr. and Mrs. J.,M.  Lay for the past few months, leaves  this,morning for Ottawa. After  remaining a, few. ...days there-she  will return to her home in Australia  via New York. /    ~'       >*  The examination for discovery of  M. H. Peters, in the'case of Peters  vs. the Nelson Tramway Company,  held before the registrar yesterday  afternoon was not completed. It  will be continued.today and probably concluded. ���'  . Yesterday city'.,clerk " Strachan  sent,the petition,.asking._that' Nel;  son be made a public school district  and'also'asking for a grant for the  purpose, of building a! high school  here,,to Victoria to be placed before  this session of parliament. 1 '  �� �����      -      * >   *     '  Sheriff Tuck went to Lemon creek  yesterday morning and seized the  property of 'the ' Chapleau Mining  Company,' against- which a' large  number ,of< judgments - have i been  obtained during the past few, days.  . The "property twill soon ( be offered  for'sale. "l - ' " -, ' '\ ' _.  Joseph T. l'Jone?, who has*been  asking the.:city; 'council for1 transportation touhis"liomer in" London!  England, .will be sent there'in a few  days. Magistrate Crease received a  money order yesterday from, Arthur  H.'-Joties'bf'/London, a ..brother bf  ��he stranded,'man, ��� and), it will be  used to'payihis'way home., ryz   ���$;  '. The city rock ' crusher - 13., now  undei^gdipg a tliorough overhauling  aqd several portions of at aie being  ��y\nn �� wt_t\^ ��S/ li s\*t   y-*t*   rf��n       __*__*-% ��rv�� m-Ci j-t4-_rl_f^r  FROM   LARDEAU  DISTRICT  A F. Rosenberger's Opinion.  A.' P. Rosenberger, proprietor of  tlie Prospectors' Exchange, returned  to the city last evening after being  in the Lardeau district for the past  two, weeks.     Mr.  Rosenberger   is"  greatly impressed with tlie country  and predicts a bright summer for  it.   The large amount of development work that is being done is  bringing  the country well  to the  front, and he said, that in  his opinion the district would be in a short  time one'of the important mining  sections of the^ proviuce.   During  his   stay he visited   the   Imperial,  Eva and i Cholla groups,'-which are  now being operated by the Imperial  Development Syndicate of this city.  "Work is being conducted on all the  claims   and  they are showing up  well. ��� He brought down with him  an     excellent .specimen    of    ore  which >   he     took > from    No.    4 <  tunnel'-cm��- thee/Eva.1  The   rock,  which is   quartz,   contains    large  particles of   free gold,- which are  plainly seen without the aid of a'  glass. " The vein in the,tunnel is 25  feet wide, and is probably one of  the richest in the group. Tho other  tunnels are also being run in  ore,  which has a-good showing^ -Oii),the  Imperial a tunnel is being Iriin on  the vein which is. the full width "of  the diift, and it is thought,.to^be  much wider.'    An 80-footedrift has  also being run on the Cholla group,  and*here the vjein is- six-feet wide.  The tunnel Vill be continued a considerable distance. ^;      ���---''-���  - Mr. Rosenberger stated that the  *rest'of the section was showing  up  well "under ������**considerable   development  work."-The   Copper- Dallas;  which adjoins 'the Brunswick, is a  very promising   free-milling   property*, and.is^ owned--by-Jt :Ab Magee  hi   zb-3t:e:r,s <& co.  nsraLsoiT  iBT-A-SLO  s^.isrr)03!T  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES <W  Sole Age^s for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUN8 AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  ..TELEPHONE R       . , Store, Corner Baker and Josophlno Stioot'  , Perhaps, you did not knowi  rbut we want1 you to learn  ���now and remember1 that"  we . make/ja; ^feature   of  cheese, oi" all kinds.  MacLaren's Imperial In all Sizes.  . MacLaren's Roquefort.  1 ImpVrted'Swiss.  Also" the Finest Canadian Cream.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10  K-W-C Bakep Street  liv-  ���   t  iff  p-7  The Nelson Clothing House  Great Slaughter Sale  ������  ���9  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  THi  NEXT  [RTY DAYS.  ��� In order to make room for Spring Goo Ib, I havo docldcxl to s,ell for tho noxt thirty days all  Batly reUucpd prices.   AH heavy goods away down, coflt not conpldered, and In  "Clothing, GenUT furniflhlngs, Hata and CapH, auc. HootH and Shoes I will give from 10 to 25 por cent  goods In utock at greatly reduced prices. AU heavy goods away down, coot not considered, and in  ijlothing, GenUT Kurninhlngs, Hata and CapH, auc. HootH and Shoes I will give from 10 to 25 por cent  diflconnt, and all Rubber Goods at conU   Now Ik tho chanco to partake of the best bargains ever  offered In the Kootenays. My htookisall new and up-to-date and the sale is genuine, so now avail  yoursolt of tho best opportunity to get gooi good j at lens than wholesalo prices. Romembor this is  for only 30 days. ^^^^^^^.^^,^^,^   '   ���  wi "���  XX. ��� b-  X&S':  If**" -  \P  m  w  J.  A.   QILrKBR,   Proprietor.  MURALO  MURALO  repaired"' When *it\ia completed';'  which' will be^in-a few days, ,the  "crushing of rock and-the. work at  the city quarry, on Victoria street  will-be resumed and the. macadamizing; of Bafieiv street completed.  ����� John^kOranley, who is about 60'  yrars'old and has no means of support, j\vas sent to the provincial jail  yesterday,' where, he is'comfortably-  cared for. City clerk Strachan has  written to the officials' of the^pld"  men's home at Kamloops, ask;  ing if arrangements can be 'made to  accept the unfortunate man. For  some time past he has been kept by  charity, Messrs.' Kirkpatrick & Wilson being the largest contributors.  H. Boussea and William Marshall,  -laborers, who-have-been on a, spree  for a few days past, got) into serious  trouble over a $52 time check.' One  alleged that it was stolen from him  by the other, and vice versa. They  both came to the police' court yesterday morning to have magistrate  Crease settle the difficulty. f After  considering the matter 'at''some,  length they decided 'to end the  quarrel by each taking half of the  money.  -   The work upon the Lardo wharf  and slip is progressing, favorably.  D. McArthur, who had the contract  for   pile driving, has about^ com-'  pleted the work and the caps,' ties  and rails will be put jnto place at'  once! The first shipment of timbers  aud rails was made from Nelson;  yesterday.     The   work > is>   being  -pushed  rapidly so as to complete  the   lower part'of'the   structure  during low water.    The transfer  slip wijl be similar^ to that which  has'' just    been   constructed    at  Procter.  of ^Comaplix.'*' _ Considerable "devel  opment work'has'been done on this  and a' ten foot-vein . of; higli  grade  ore. has?.jjbeen��f encountered. \ Tira  jbwner, expects to commence.^ active-  development'onit at anearly date.'  The Stockholm; which is "situated  near by, is^alsp a' high-grade -gold  property. TOn'lhis thereMs a Qve  foot vein" of free-milling gold and it  has been worked* tqi a'< considerable  extent. uSs^H, f3!_. ^.'jv-l* A s<r  ,'     o '   i  c.The.Oysterigroup, .which is situ.*  ated on Lexington mountain above  the Eva "group, is i showing up well.?  lA Jong crosscut, which has recently  been run,-tapped ;tlie main leaden  the Oyster claim. <; The ledge is large  and shows good ,value -in free gold.  "On.the Criterion claiip, which is-of  the same; group,-}a^good vein 'has  also been jfouncbtf The pay streak is  about   two   feet uwide and shows  very richspecimens,of free gold.   *  .   On the opposite hill from Lexing-,  ton  mountain and-^adjoining   the,  Silver Cuptis nr. group" of claims!  known as the "Silver Dollar.   The  grbnp'is owned''^y* Mr. 'Magee and'  Joe Best of Comaplix, who contemplate doing extensive "development  thisl * year. ���   iTheja^group--^contains 'two    eightv\foot*  ledges  on    which    a4*-'100** foot    tunnel  has been drivenr^Th'e^paystreak is  one foot wide, and .contains high  grade galena,* which averages about  $125 per ton, picked samples running as high as $350.'. *��� This is  one  of the most promising silver-lead  properties on Pool,"creek.! It adjoins the Beatrice; group and may  be expected to develop Unto a good  mine.   The Beatrice-is also a good  property.  will be put into place at once. The  flume, which-is connected with' the  creek some distance up has been  completed to within a short distance of the mill site. The.machinery is to be operated by water  power. The boiler which is to be  used for heating pvirposes,r is being  installed and the work will in a  short time be finished.  A portion of the stamp mill plant  has arrived and the remainder is  expected'shortly.' Men are busily  engaged in cleaning, and grading  for the location of, this plant,  but work is ���> retarded v owing  to f,'the deep snow and the  heavy frost. It - is intended  to increase the force and push the  work with more activity as soon as  spring opens. .The working staff  consists of about-30 men. /The work  is being'centered on the crosscut in  No. 2 tunnel, which was started  some time ago.,     til. _..  1 ' "   A 2BBS0NAL.   .  ?.>'  ���tr  !8   .  I  As housecleaning will soon be the order of the day we would  invite your attention to our stock of PAINTS and VARNISHES.  For kalsorriining there is noihing that gives better satisfaction  than MURALO." We have twenty-five shades to select from/<  Ask for color card.   Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVURES  AND  ETCHINGS  7 A Small Blaze. %      ,  might" have    proved  v..  of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  m  m  ���tt-ii-J *��� *���  Houston-Block.  Teiiphcne I6L<  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  -���'- .   .    . ��lr��� -.^- n���^. .   .-    ' -n^*-     *<   -V -       '   *���   ���   V^  What   might' nave    proved   a  serious fire occurred a few minutes  after, 0 o'clock last evening at the  cottage situated just west of the  general hospital and  occupied  by  the nnrses  of the institution. Before .the fire, which was  caused  by  a lamp exploding, had made much  headway  it was extinguished  by  the nurses, who  were aided <by a  man who happened to be passing at  the   time.   The dresser oh  which  the lamp stood, the curtains and a  few other articles  were destroyed.  The damage will amount  to about  $30.   The fire department quickly  responded to the call, but. when the  team reached the hill on Vernon  street near   Thorpe's   Boda water  factory they failed to make   the  grade and .had to return without  roAchim: the.fire. ��� 1  !' .Street Work.'   "   VT    '  The oity workmen who have been  engaged in constructing sidewalks  have been laid off  and*'.work   will  not be resumed until 'thei frost' has  left the ground.   Where sidewalks  have to be placed it requires a con-,  siderable amount of excavation and  1 this cannot be done \to advantage'  while the ground is frozen.   When'  the work is resumed walks will be  laid on the east side | of Ward be-'  tween Silica and Carbonate, on the  east side of Stanley between Baker  and Victoria,.on the north   side of  Mill between Stanley and Josephine  and also in front' of the registry office.   A number' of sidewalks will  be laid during the year.-   Outside  of the sidewalk department a large  amount of sewer.pipe will   be laid,  but work on this will not bo started  until later in the spring. The water  mains havo been so thoroughly constructed and   placed   through the  city that very little work will have  to be expended iu ,the department  this year.   The only work that will  have to be done is i he extension  of  the mains  to   any   new   buildings  that may be erected.    .���  James Mackie of < Rossland is" at  the Madden,  t    ' ,-tc ' .���  t, , J. W. Pantall of Spokane, is   in  the city for a few,day8.. 'X  . John -Buckley, a mining, man of  Saodon, 19 in tho city,.     **-  ( ,vv,   ,  . W. S. Johnson, an assayer of Slo-  oanCitj-Tvas In Nelson yesterday."   '      , l  y ���T. SmithTof the'firm of Gage J &  Co., Toronto was In' the city yesterday. -*  James Jones' of"Vancouver,' and  E. W. S'apleford of Ymir are at ths Queens/  "-R. T.~Lowery of New Denvetvthe  well known editor of the i*dge, U In the'eity.' (  R, McLean, W.^B.e Adamatfaiid  Mr. and Mrs.'R. J.Ttpown of Kaslo J visited the  olty yesterday.'f^:   -- *);'���*. j ^rj/  u ii    ,  P.' C.  Lawe of Rossland,- G. C.3  Tibo ot Toronto and A.,'Ni-, ^ellyi of .Greenwood  are at-the Phair.    :-   _,'.���-_    ^-^'-.   (      !  William Gibbeiiof Winnipeg,. J/  E.TWilllams of Montreal. W. B. Cray of Hamilton and John liamor of Toronto are registered at  tho Hume." -���*.-;����� 't   -      > {J11;  ^r y.tj,,-  '< 1 0.'fE. JMcPherson 'bf Winnipeg,*'  general passenger agent of the C. P. R., who Is  on hi* annual trip of inspection will.arrive,in  Nelson Saturday.   . r ���>  , business; mention. V .  ���       I .___.______, H- ^  To let���Furnished rooms in Car-1  ney block.  Apply Miss Garrett.     v    .    -\ ���"   , >  Go to the Old-Curiosity Shop if  you Want to buy or sell anything.  Cash paid for .scrap iron, brass!  and copper. 'Nelson Iron Works. -. " ''  Hack   calls left, at -. the -> Pacific'  Transfer1 barn on Vernon street. ' Telephone'  o*11 X.  y ;   . ......  Nelson    Employment     Agency,  Baker street, J., H. Love,, Help .of.atf kind  furnished.        '  .,'iPor Rent.���Two fine offices centrally located. -Apply t6 A.'H. Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal.  Two' large;' well-furnished rooms  to let. .1 and 5 Macdonald blook. corner Josephine andT"ernon7^T~ "       "  Lost���A'red pocketbook containing money: 910 reward for its return to adjutant  McGUl, Salvation Army.      " .  Japan Tea of all kinds to suit  vour taste. Sun Cured. Spider Leg, Pan Fired  in bulk or paokagen,   Kootenay Coffee Co.  Wanted���A few first-class stonemasons and stonecutters on the Robson bridge.  Union wages paid. Apply nt the work. John  Gunn.  For fresh candies, fruits, nuts, &c,  cigars and tobaccos of the best brands, call at the  Bon Ton Coufeotlonory, Baker street. Miss A.  L. KlinkwltE. ,    -  'Furnished Room' to Let���Large,  front 1 oom to lot: centrally located. Apply to M.  M. Fraser, East Victoria street, near oorner of  Hendryx.  Found���A gold chain and locket.  Commencing March 1st, and continuing for four days, we  will.give with every order, if requested, a fancy bottle of "Royals  * l ��� **��� * ��� j '>  Salad Dressing."   This is an entirely new dressing, and in quak  ity it surpasses any preparation that has ever been introduced.  ��� - ��� >i  Equally as good tor meats as for salads.  LEAVE YOUR  ORDER AND GET A BOTTLE.  WILLIAM HUNTER & COMPANY  ' GHOCKKIES AND.CROCKERY.  BAKER-STREET, NELSON,  '.{.>  W. C. Block.  ,i'    ii      '**  Ward Stroet.  'Telephohj 254*  %    i  ^<-"  TEA, AND, COFFEE   PArtLORS.  'C"  ��� This Is the place where the ladies meet  To have their afternoon tea,  This is the place where tho  , ,   .To buy their fruit and  This is tho place w here you want to buy,  i Anything In our line.  ho people meet ' We guarantee fresh goods and > full weight '< t >  d candy. ".�����   -j  ._ ,t'   And your mon^jyi worth every time.  tAs_>K.AtA*  ���',/,,vV;,;.'1r'-.,<   / "'   * A    A  ���i   i_,i / '  ������������������������������, yf j  �� "' i    7  . ���    , '    . " 'r  We are still.paying the newspapers to tell the people that we'are selling Stew-  ait's, Lowney's and Ganong's Chocolate > Bon Bone. ' J '  -i /  Our Phono Number is 254. You may uio it all  you like. Wo are pleased to havo you ring un  .up when an order is in sight.  The  *3S  THE? RFJQSPEOTORS t EXGHANQE  ' .,  ^^mm^A7 7^mM>��;^o.'   V  Gold, Sllvat^sadiji4 Copper Mines .wanted "at tbe Exchange.  Free-MUlloff Gold Properties wanted at once for Baatern Investors.  Parties having mining property for salo are requested to send samples of their ore to tho  Exchange for exhibition.   We desire to hear'lrom all prospectors who ha\o promising mineral}  claims In British Columbia. < - '  ,     Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the Exchange their headquarters when  in Nelson. ^ ^ ( >      '        u " '    '  r   All, BampWjshould be sent by express/ Prepaid  -   Address all'cornmunioatlons to -/     J    *    _  Telephone _104~7~'  P. O. Box 700- ' ' Nelson: B. C.\  Correspondence solicited..   * ,  ,  ^ANDREW FrRO^ENBERGER7  Illl��llllIT7TI��ITnrtTriTfTTTllIlllltIITTTTT-rTTTTTTTTTTT1TTTTT.T^TWTTT��T��TTT��TT...l��. ..M.H J.^TT^T  "  ^{\  I     -  Owner can have same by proving property and  paying for this advertisement. Apply "Looket."  Tilbuno office.  The May and Jennie.  Good progress is being made in  connection with the construction of  the stamp, sawmill and other improvements that are being made at  the May and Jennie group on Forty-  Nine creek. The machinery for the  saw railliaiinw on tha arnnnd aiuI  _ That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  ore selling at thirty conts per pound fs giving  tlie best of 6ati8facUontio.oiir many customers.  Kootenay Coifee Co. - .,    > v  Western Canadian Employment  Olllce���Mole and feinale'tfclp of all kinds furnished free of charge. Victoria street, noxt door  to Publlo Ubrary.  Phone 270.   P.O. Box711.  Copper, Copper, Copper.   Copper  mine* aud prospects wanted. Sond samples and  report to The Prospectori)' Exchange. Room 4.  K-W-C Block, Nelson, B, C. Phone KM. P. O.  box No. 70>.  We   have  Indian,   Ceylon    and  China Tens in great variety, choicest quality.  We make ai specialty of blending teas and sell  them in any quantity at loweat rates. Kootebay  Coffee Co. /    i  Gold,   Gold,   Gold. Free   milling  gold mines and prospec* s wanted. Send samples  and report to Andrew F. Rosenberger, Room i,  K-W-C Blook, Nelson. Telephone 10> .P.O. box  No. 7C0.  John Love, representing the Consolidated Stationery Company. Lti , Winnipeg,  is ln the city. Ho will be in tho Kootenay, Slocan and Boundary districts for several weeks,  during which timo his headquarters will be at  the Hotel Hume.  NELSON    BUSINESS  COLLEGE  Removed to Corner of Ward and Baker Streets.  Day and Night Classes in Session.  NOTIOE." 7^       '  To Contractors and Builders ���Off and after  March IIth, 1901, journeymen plasterers' wagos  w ill be f6.no per day of eight hours. By order of  local Union N<?. 172. O.P.T.A.  J..D. M0YEB.fW8ldeat,  All the fashionable creations  in Spring and Summer wear  are included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irislv  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  WE HAVE  Improved. 'Incandescent  Mirror Globe Lamps  Now ' in ' Stock. They  Improve 'Electric' Light  Fifty" per-cent.'   ' >  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  & CONSTRUCTION CO.  Nelaon, ^B. O.  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.  FRKD J. SQUIRM, Manager.   ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEL BLOCK.  Lai  stock of high-class Imported  ty of tho square   shoulder���I  8]       ._   ���  fashion in coats,  inc  latest  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Boarding and Day School for Girls." Will reopen January 15th. Terms moderate. For term I  and prospectus apply to  MADAMOISELLB KEEN. Principal.  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   "POMMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  The Gait Coal office'has beeil  removed'to'the Wardshu|W-  iug, on Baker street���two  doors west O. P^_ R. * offices.'  A full supply of Gait Coal  now on han'd.'" '   ' *    '  W. P. TIERNEY,  Telephone No. 265     General Agent.  STRATHCONAS  Are now on the market. Give  them a trial. Manufactured by  the Nelson Cigar .Factory.  J. Lovell, Smith, Prop,


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