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 .���TTTTV'-^T^?':  Kt-S.-AT'T-KHt;;*^  ....���,.,. 1*%-. ~,,.-.-  7-'A-^A^7^%^^^A^:*<-'i^4!A'-  ���iX  -'11*  DAILY- EDITION? BV MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  * :������.��-'.v .-^'������--V!i.-JJ,:7."^.:...'*-r;*7^  ���if^fc*'*'^B(?^���--;'>f^**^^-5'*.f '$yy. ^������'������'^���H-^'-stiliEie^  NINTH YEAH.  *   v'  M^TMBTpE: NEtSON^MG. THWE^I^TE  THE ATHABASCA^ OUTPUT  MANAGER'S EEPOET OF OPERA^  SA ATmsa^mA^AR.  ?Oyer Five ThouaandcTpnB of :Oret'-BacT  i:;3;:7:,'-..;ti-^**te^  ??*. S:l:-:^;'[ AAot: Mining ">( AAxX A A  MNei^iFe^;:  :|tofi|the|Atha6^^-jmittest  >;.  gieneralil-maniageri  !Kas^fpr|f  s;|S|^r(pd;^  ���i*;.|^'n^^  ������^^oj^  7 y��8hpw3:7$  "^'fcoirip^^^  ^wptore^wM  ;f:gJ||*Sl^  SSn^erhas chargedltl^!entireWcbst of ^  Jg^mininglfan^  ^:."|Spirbp^  ^J^li^^  S^^iltibm^^ '  ���*fi.S?!^W^  AMi_.yeinjth^irepprt sets?p^*^th^it*cpn^  ��$i^.'tim^  ��If*f;i^;^  ||g||j:^5|Srefffram  . ;lfS^^^��fi��ye^e  |g!��||fmpri>^  ,|��itfetiia&^  A077MAcmiaMtd..  the work is being done on tunnels  Nos. 1 and 2. A development tunnel is being rnu through the property in order to tap .the^ lead at a  considerable depth.- It is; ribw in  about 200:feet, and it will probably  have to .be r liii r another .300 feet before Jbhe lead is encountered,; ; ryi  ;?Mr.;Yorkjitfso:sta;t^  of; considerable; ���: importance ii had-  been made this week on7 thei;;'Phoe��;  Jnix^whic^^^tuated nearth^etbwn;;  iA'prpssc^  22 when";a;^  ".was;fenebu~nt^  tains a rich paystreak of^pPee feet.  !bf,'8oH<i;^  Ithe/dryiorb biel fciKej; le^^ifficultyj  ;ha&;liad ;little^ffec^  ri&now-'iro^  %iiy 'other pordbn^tthe"Slocari^S" ;>  ���ISIS.^!^  acting as agent for.the;Ymir; Gold  Mining Company, has  made an a'pf  plic^ipritfbi^^te^  Horse;creek.    The water, is  to be  THE NELSON PUBLIC LIBRARY  ELECTION OP OFFICERS FOR THE.  ENSUING YEAR.  President's Report Shows a ^Healthy  A.:;V':;:sctohdition^  ^ii'-^fe^-'aMd!'^  ���yi. xy. yxv.xxi ^.xA^A+^A&xi&A'A'A^  ittte^ll|fti-Mng  $gfiiS|Iba^^  ^���^g-^^N*^^  |||ip|0gift^^  ll&fii'i*-^  |��S|:liS*den^in|tl^  |||0?^nlM*%^  'i^^^^^'^a^^W0w_^^^^^A^^y&  gfe��t*;��^^  c��;f;:|@;|n^  0^��l?i^i^  g;Spg|j;ml^j^^  S5;'fe^Tv^cke(S|J;bfj'^cl^^  ?����S|*pgranite!sat^^  v|5;;^|ii^  'AAx A; t^deyel^n^ ^ea^ejre|;  "^   ^gggdg^thej^pi^ng^  used to supply power and electric  light for. the Ymir mill and other  "pro^r'tie^  tfnfend^t^e^^  ���Spfe^ii^M^ill^cOTdiwI^  j|i iTh^^ilp^jn g^ininin'^  |ii^8^w'OTe.S*i|riBcq^  ���TransKrs^Prbm-^  Northport.to.Pred Adie of Waneta,:  one-quarter Juterest iii the Neyada  Ibnirimquntf^  ;camp, consideration" $100';   from E.  ?E^Gbl^tp^lex^cK^(^^^^  |.lfftereBt^n^T|ii;e��<5uee^  jBarrettVcreek, considerationv$72.58.  |OertI��icate|;\6fc{|  I^WfMminja^^mp^yl^is  ji^^nie^and^^itef  ^Bi^^be^een|E^eJa^^  nine creeks, ;byr George-H;;^ Keefer"  ja^SMffiMOTagn^;;!?^^  EASTERN? CANADA .TELEGRAMS.V  ^fAA7AxSy:7AA^A7^^S7S^-J'  '^^TJi^^^^_^ii^^^iixn��0ei^  tibmiin5N^tH|Bruw;hWb^ffissa  - -     -   '- ;*B"iSKc^   lyT&^JOTrr^taS^alvm^  the subscribers of the public library.  ���;^8'-^ld7^^��;'U!^^  ^clbckfyesteii^*ayiaftera<^^  piinciiial business was. the: election  jt,  '.*:',; ',-���*'��� "-"7.'', -A--'-7-^..y^--."^.-'V^'''^t-v^'* ��*" --.y-'tuf'.'7'H"-'-'i? "' A^..'.'^,  of officers for tbe: ensuing year and  the reading of the annual reports.:  The old board/with a few changes,  iwere're-elected. George Kydd, who  has : been. officiating ��� as treasurer,J  ?ana%:M^s^RSW:i;Haiani  �������� --.._-. .'.��������:-,-. x,:xz'i..^-_-.-'ir ���yiA'x--\'y.x:i^__}..--^'ri.'d_  .<"}i.,+-:.s.^~.-_!--���--: -^.  on  T1 '���'���'���'���.7--%:'?~'^y:y^,i7*r::''i  TheoMcer8telectefd;   -"*��� ���--"���*"��������� '^fe;  sary/' but7" siiiall^ expeditioni|(are  operating'"toRestore orde'n " It^is  hot permissible^t'present ritofref-..  idiice the7?C^ma��-forces owing'xto  the miliibaix;.pressure whichyinayv  be necessary^ ifliithe further vnegiq^;  tiationsjrelating?txc�� ithe;; iudemni tyl  For':this reasbnjthe maintenance of  the ,e��i��ditibn|��as^ provided Suntil  ; Januar^31st/M9029( though ;-pir^  Jbably|^��rt\<i^the' force'. will^jie  withdra^ivjtieibre ;tiien.   Tlie fstini:  of 1 WiO^mw^lis; proyidc^^lac-;  quire more ground around the Ger-,  ���,:.TT.A--'.--'-'.: --��� '���'--:' :~-77".^..j^-'_*i^...:xr:._?-^7r. --.���.* ,---.-:\ .���_..!r.~'in ^.;.'i/-.'  man  WILL HOLD INVESTIGATION  POLICE 00MMIS8IONEES TO COMPLY WITH REQUESTS.  \OXii^:^i^X%  lA-?_'i3-��v-:2--:'*'  &X  resi  ���y^:^^::iv^,x^,-i-.;x^j:xys^/x^^i>^jjM^y^  ton   was   the   only   new   director  jGreasiejl  added.  ;fo]lp>V8:^Kesident^E(  l^ieerpresident^^  .-treasurer,   Harry Bird;   secretary,  ::Mrs��A;|McGullbcl^ffi  jmoh^Mrs^^^^Hann^g  ^ra^?Beei^  If^^^i^^iirivbfwere^^  that.'the board .had a .successful  7A��, ^*���fM^?A^re^gg  l;BE^N;fr^^  open secret1; in Berlin that the, decf  laration makejjy. ilie United States  to the. foreign :Jj office', :'against :.:the  land grabbing of fki^efo^^  ;ih(Chiha^aMjii^wvpr �� '^^awaiifinig%  Sil^ibn-'tO^ali^helfbMgii^  Case  Wof [7 ^liceman ^ Kiot^ Who;  Sh<^ly;;tot-3;B*^iIfei^  A^77'.$^:ophmS^^^7;ASL  Ib  lofrlhe^  ;'t8p;tH^it^ecbmes possible^tp? verjr  ^^reat^incr'eas^  ^ ^mining'a:;yery^higlit  ^s^this^as-npt^'SpfimpOT  i;^ grade ;7hadfifco*be |treatediwitfrgi^Bat  ;; c^re;;a*fcthe*miU  - ipletibh of 7tlw" C^  A; Mering^it possible to tireatj800 tons  A of ybre per*inbnthi; tlie fa^that the'  ;^:mihe7is;iii a'jpbsition :to^st^d.'7tihe  increaa^Vputput - becpmesT a; mpst:  ^iinppr-tant^featiire^ ihr considering  ; -the putlbpk'fpr thejepmingy^    *  ';���*:;��� yy:.A[8e^ed^^md:A7:77 AS  : O.   F.   Whitcher,   pf  Stanstead,  Quebec; has just .taken a bond on  . ; the   Mastodon group,! situiated : on  .Lost,creek,on Iron mountain.   The  . ���; consideration is $6000'.77 Thejiformer"  ; owner was G;;JH. Green��� of}���.Trail.  Mr;;.Whitcher: is;tb payl$1.00; in cash  : -and give7���Mr.^^-'GreienrSO.OQO^shares'of  =;:; stock ; iii   thbp International-^Gold  ^Mining^^^^a^  ������>l;.Tlief vendor is also: to'?receive;;$1000!  ; in sixty da^ahdi^lie^"balance is'to  ; be j)aid^:in; ^lb^i^^uhtsl/e^y  : 0 thirty^^^^:1;T*^  ���'?heep*;*. up :cbhtinuatr;vdfevelopmeiit'[>,  ;;7;wwk^in tthe^fwm^  shafting and';crbsscuts.; T-Theagreer:  : ment between*-theparties involved  ; ^yaa^filed at the Irecprding 'pffice/yes-  ;;'ter-^yVw^  v^.^In'the'Slpcan District.'iT;;  A. York cif j Slocan City, .the principal   owner of   the Two ; Friends  :7 mine, on: Springer creek,>was. in* the:  city'yesterday.   JHe ;said work was  progressing so well at;the property  :; that*ttejr would make a- shipment  7 ot aboutiOtbhs in less'-thaixtwo  weeks.   The rock taken frbtri the  workings is a dry orei readily accepted: by the : smelters.: In fact,  the entire belt of that district is of  the same nature.   A force of about  eight men is employed and most of  Iparlia^nt^aire^  i;t'oday;'andl'^  placed on the^ free list. TGonsidera-?-  ���?:._. ��-?*i'-'-r:;;(.*^;^*^->-^^.*';'l.'r^"i-' **'_[_^,'.:*~-S'?&7^'u-A'-!<*'Js'-v?'^  tion^wasi.promised^.^^v��&js>*;: �����$&:&  Jj-iT-:.--::T*T-aT,-^v-:f^-i>-!^-...-*.S;ivr-=v^ci5: T.tjj^;'--'i*;A;ww,;3  t%OTTj!l^J^I^  f^a^^-ijf^^utT7^  im&i^appHcafepiiijff^"  ���;B^^Pp^li's|Jf^e  I quiredi iscg i|is;:u^*^Japplyi ngj||^  A^^i^^7A^A^S^0yy'^^Sk  ond-year medical "student at'McGill,.'  fell upon-the;-steps of the medical  buiidingon Tuesdayaiid died, today  injitfie^iKpy^j^ctc^^  c^ebrai; liempr���Ti^B^jQAxA^SAAAS  SS$P$pfa&^^^  J-sihaiip^lj-a^^^  ^asi^awpyer^'-here'tbd  - are^mbwithreeT^  itlwas^stiatedthat the fctial number  |o]^||M^|^e^irre*p     _  |^^gi|ms^n*^smi^  307. ;iin April 197 books were used,  ��� this being;the lowest,'and in-Decem:-:  ^lfcEi388^bi^7t^v8^|7^  iBerJilSDiuin^  -were bought and pnedonatecl.;���������The  iS^bei^^isifor^^  yi^V^30^mal��in^aMn^nt^  ��rtSprepared|*  ^teljbhil^i^iph:  ipp^rsti^OBjne^  8imply/8u'cliiai;4.4;'as is necessary'for1 '4  j^iplpmr^^^rpc^'-''^  ;..well received b^aixtn Von Itiechpff];  secretary^bf^fjoreign aiffairs," when;  ambassador White   presented;; the  fsubi*��ct||ffi  ;:0mm*^t;af''*^er^^  ���"���tKe|^jmSn<��^  : ppsalr:returaeditp:the United States  l^biapjlinf^  J'aM*^*tHerroi^^^f^s^:(4''-s:����  ii-j-The* members 7_of g^hegbbtard^pf;  l^pplico ;&mmissi6neras^  Itoreompl^witfilt^  |memj^s*^fjtn^it^^  ;iuve^tiMtion:concerning7the^^:e  encyof- the police" force, and also  into the matter of the competency  '^and|^^^prthui^^  , stable: Kerr, whose suspension goes.  iihroieff^tsj^^  ?|��TK*^^titipt^?pf^t  ^UhJ^f^lt^lJSvestig^  fsupjilemrat^  which by. courtesy,might lieV, called  ji^peti*ti|ibn,%|&uf|^  'i*A7%7$:  ^S^II&MneSWo^rS'fQuit'  tricfc;7rhave;call��d7out all the miners  ?p��S^'^^e|'^[ae^  in number,' beiiaqse of the discharge  DON'T WANT ENTIRE EARTH  BUT WILL: INSIST   ^^^^ONJpCtt^pLPv  ING^-MANCHURIAf        " *  ,R08M��'I  ���ty_r. ' ���-  Terms > to  l-h^ix'^^A7"'"   '  China; Which  tion might,be ruled out of order m  :;thatattdid:.not!;contain��anyiprayer^  This.latter document was very;;genr  ;erou^siy signed by'thei business iheu  fofs|ilM^cit^^df(^  Itttref^ii-cj^up^i^i^^  stand for: any office in: Nelson would  be a-giiarantee of success. It recited:  that the'���: signers",' hearing; that the  l^mmissjwMiii^^^  |n^st^ward^Eei^^iaf^^  took: occasion:to enter^their^protest  against such actionV-as they cbhsid-"  ISr^theravwa^  ;manifin theemplpyof'tlie police^cle^  ^part^nfcthahltn'^aidl^^  fsigharslpaM^  ?siredl  '"���" ->'vtf*'r"  J-M&  SfurthiBrlSiael  di^wMheMattentionfaofj  W^i  dh;the"hbspifcal^th:si^llppx^:^  ;*di8Ji^eXia-;-:sep|demic|^  [X>nta^A'A^AAAAA7AAASA:.  sSH^elog  {er'srfjury7;; in'7 connection j witli ;the:  ; inurdei*; Ipf ^ JWilliam j;- HuU ; by: his  )unclevSh*arpevtbdaiyreturned t a" yer>  diet; of " wilful and premeditated  miirder.-.'; One .witness testified that  ; Sharped told: him that; ���heTihtended  -to shoot his wife but could hot find;  7>^A:7AMA^:-[:A-AA/AyA7  AlPrrkwA..���-It is learned; from offi-;  ciaFsources^that^the.yisit Ttp''VQ'tfe-.  wa;of * the^uke^of ^Obrinwall :ahd;  7York'; will'���'���I'take  place   about the  middle of September.    An   intimation to this effect was received; by  lord Minto."' After visiting the Dominion he will go to Newfoundland;  sailing for England7 the' middle of  October. A..7. -'Ay ���;��� r' y -y- *���; .;*;;.;i  *-';!:BELiiEyiiiiiBi Ontario.���Major'L.:  ���N. /F.;  Grbzior,    formerly''super-t  intendent of the Northwest Mounted  Police viand lately judge at Guthrie,  Oklahoma, died*there Monday, agedi  ;55.  ^Deceased ^single   handed cap-���  tiired Sitting Bull, the .-'-great'- Sioux  ;,chief^;;; He (Served in: the Norths est  rebellipn in; 1885."I-:''Hi8 mother;resides herej;";      :? 7^x7[77A;7y7y:77:-._  7:tLliS7lFJ^  announced that the royal Canadian  Ji^iin^'nJ^n  will gb/bither^tp;Englahd^br; Malta  and cohsequehtly rwruiting is easy.  A great number of , men have ..re-  ehliated.; The recruiting officer-has  returned;from:Ontarip and' Quebec  with 65 recruits. ; The Leincesters-  will -likely relieve the.'Canadians  here.;;:-;7.-::';.;; A7--'^'.';������ 7y'-y.  x7--;.  ltb|s^|tlMitr^lie?  'isalways kept:iri an;efficient;'cbndi-;  tionj; and;; that ;:p'etty^.'qMarrels.^or;  Hill block -were7 found..-inadequate  ^nd^asigMa||the^  J:^the|presentgr^^  ^tife^|ii^c^is5|^ gre^lira^pve^;  fm����D^^Irfi^i^ust^  flij^ffriani^^  liamson was appointed and has since  -^^ei*entl^||^8^'mrge;d|^^  ;The ;Tbuy ing^^b^ks^a-^l^  ;cpmmfttee.*;i!^  cyery.^sati8f^tpryls*^^^  fpureha|^^2^w;b^i��3^|^^  ^i^hayip^^KS:��;<��"^^  iW^i6hv4jc&^bp|^  $b'ifafi^;S7?*T^  -scribbrs asJ; *^mpS!re(I;^i<"hu^3;T;ih  1899.;; ^edecrea^^  ;tp^tKe^f^t7^that^the  1900" ;was 7 not   as A.  ;; Trahifer ^of Copper Mines, ,"���'-:  Vancouver, February27.���[Special to The Tribune.] -r-A - si^ty-day  bond-was arranged today- for the  transfer of three-quarter interest in  the Goldsmith -Copper Mines on  Howe sound to Bewick, Moering &  Co., of London, England, for  $375,000.  .canyasa  in ; i yuu was not .*.* as y thorough"  ;as i;-;iiv;:; ,1899;^.;**.>The ^fat^n-a^uice;  in the reding and5 recreation rooms;  ;has', increased;7iyery^ much. ^ The ���  highest monthly attendance in 1899  fbein^917;while^in January^ 1901; it  was 2960|; or ah increase ^f.^O?^,  whichvproyes without a doubt the  popularity and need of an institution of this kind and is encouraging  to the directors and should influence  the city council in either 'taking  over the^institiition or giving the  directors a liberal- grant towards  its'suppbrt. The expenses for 1900  have 'been ��� $ 1179. Our sources of  revenue have been from subscribers  to thelibrary amounting to? $390  and a grant from the city of $500.  TheVprcKseed^pf^thb library ball  were^llO: and from the library car-  ;nival ;$207^:;*Frbm; flnesi sind'the  sale of magazines $26 was raised,  making ;ai total ;ipf5:$1236. ; The  '���directorstake :this;-;bpportuhity of  thanking, the .city cbuneil,thi9; pnb-  licaridrtheimpress; fbr;:^eir*T H*beral  support and ;patronage/Jandttrust  that; the;-hew directoratei will; be  successful in getting;a '7rihohthTy  grant from the; city and so make the  future success of the - ihstitiitibn a  certainty.', ;;; ;; AA- S'A^ "���: ''ASS'.  ^l^DpN^E^riiwy;28J^  ,;MMcHiwianVcpnye^  ^|^8sia^requir:esg^*bln8^  |TOh^pnti*^.:;:cpnsistt  J|irticles.^.^^fir��ft|��  willing to forget the recent hostili-:  ^i^ii^;SM^churi^aB&  ��aUbw��Ghina';tb^^^  :;gpiy^nment;f;;;;��^i��|fS?|^  AThe^heratfcibles^irtu^  complete control; ia!Russian ���hapdsi  ;They:;exclude ��� Chin^e;^trb^i)3 J^ahdf  ^^PrbidT^h^impoTSStion ; of_7 arms.  Tliey vdeinaijd ^theMbgra^atibh;;bf^  the high officials Jmj^i^tedflinybhp:  * recent; ^isturb^cies&aiiMKexclude;  persons of any -other nationality;  from holding official positions -in;  Manchuria, or drilling Chihese: ,sbl-;  diers or sailors any^^where^ih :horth-  ern China.' ': ;L^c^^fe;^\K:E.?:*^.:;:;'  .--.Article: eightvpt-oyides?r thafc^in  Manchuria, Mongolia and Chinese  Turkestan, no .railwayy'inihihg.^b^  other concessions sliall;:beV granted  to persons of auy other nationality;  nor can China herself construct any  railways.  ; ;      7A.77_'y.:yx:7-'; '-;  No land around Niu Chwang to  be leased to foreigners.     The remaining clauses deal with indemnities.     So  far-as; fthe; military  expenses are concerned, Russia will  meet theih in conjunction with the  other powers. As regards indemnity  for      the      destruction     of     the  Manchurian   railway,;: China shall  arrange with the railway company  itself, and a commercial^concession  may be accepted in part payment.  ,.-;' Army and^Navy Esthiiateif. ;;;  Berlin, Fefeuary;27i^T^e^ supplementary estimates ? were": pre-  isented to the bundesrath today.  They ask for ah additional}120,082,-  000- marks On account of China; of  whicli; 100,200,000 are for the army  aiid 17,500;000 for the navy. The  memorandum of the' government  says the objects of the. expedition  are unchanged. The intervention  of the powers has produced a slow  but steady improvement in the  situation in China. Large military  undertakings aro no longer necas-  SteameraCollide* y_:y:  ;���:.',London, February;.27. ��� Early  yesterday morning;, the, British  steamer Chambis fcbUided near  Newarp lightship, threes ihiles east  of^^ Yarmouth, with a. steamer whose  name has not yet been learned in  London. The unidentified steamer  sank and a boat which put off from  herwas swamped. 'A-few of her  crew scrambled on;., board the  Chamois. Four of the crew of the  Chamois while searching in a small  boat for possible survivors lost  their own vessel, but reached, the  lighthouse, from which they were  rescued- The Chamois has not yet  "been heard from and it is. feared  that she may have also foundered,  which would make a total probably  of 30 lives lost    .  LT^Jeh^ir^pffth^^  ;willjppehT(i^^  Jafte*-r$wn"|ahMa^^  ;;ers 'hj^e--?decid^  f8e-ven^;p>3^  f-^h^dbcii^^  ^WeitTO^^sJ^titicmilt^  jfc]fef;^(^ry^i^'ra^  ^���OTecMt^^n^an^^eh^  ijtl^i^are^fficieut;^  iti<*vdete^iM;^^  wh^&i^t&^esentlj^i^  ;are^cbmpeten  3rKeW^^hO;islt^;^|le^  ;petentH'~jfe^^  SAAAS ^}^^^^^x^!^!^ASA7: ���  ;;^iCT^ij;;:l^ebruary^  comiesjf rpm|Fbrtyrihile :;;^eek;;tliat  imihersiatiwbrkither^^^  fput thp:hpvr^ solidH riverain blocks  and mining the river bedi   .The ice  is (mt^hroughiand then ;fires;are  built and the .bed thawed and ���- hed-  rpckf reached'-at about.steoi^or'''.1 fburr'  .'teen inches1 below' the rbpttpni of  tbe river.; Some miners-are'working on the river; bed, while others  are carrying dirt to the banks and  making ^dumpstvto  sluice;..in the  spring.  : Miners are making from $5  toT$7 per day intbis-work,;; ;;  7 ;A sensation: was caused at the  annual meeting of the subscribers  to the Protestant Orphange today  when it was announced that*senator  MacDonald had withdrawn his subscription because   the   distinctive  Protestant character of the institution    was , departed   from   when  children were allowed to attend St.  Barabas' church, which came under  the'; jurisdiction of ;the Anglican ���  bishop, but which is higher than  other Anglican churches here.     No  action was taken, but the rector of  St. Barabas was dropped from the  board of management.  The debate ' on the speech -was  resumed in the legislature* today.  The; end is not in sight yet.;   ;;;;-  Chief.Shakes,;pne'bf):the most  powerful of the northern" British  Columbian Indians, the man who  sent queen-.Victoria $100 in gold  some years ago, as her share of a  potlatch1 he gave,; died recently and  there were/great doings in the  north/     ���'���-:':���';���':'  While .crossing^ from Valdeic  island to Cape Mudge, in the gulf of  Georgia, Henry Morgan of Chicago,  and Reilly Field of Seattle were  drowned.     .:  .     Want a Scrap.  Rossland, February 27.���Tonight  at a meeting of the Rossland and  Kootenay Athletic Association the  managing director, William Arm  strong, was iempbweredlto^pffM-a  "purse bf $450 to Jimmie Burns and  Charlie Goff, the recognisied leading  heavyweights of ?;th^ ^Northwest;  ���datelpf contest -t^;beSfix^|J^iterv  The association is chartered: and: is  made up of; leading citizens ? of7 the;  ���-��� ��/���������������'���."-��-'.*'���,��� *v^/ "'���-"��� -- ������* *-'-*������; *T, " --2"' "i -J7 'i ';'""Va;\' H'";''*'.'"*.'1;-*  ���Otti'Sr   r-iA'<-*: :r?7< 7V^'-Af.A��� ^^Cr^^.-*:-^'-::'.H^.1':.'^.-' !.-������  ���^������tST^OHN's^Ne^pra  yaryvi27*^Tlie?;|ile^  passed" the . French   shore'modus  [yj^ehdiSbill'lAhw!^  spirited speeches defining the atti-*  ?tudeJ^of ��the;S|yarious|^i^^  Messrs; Baird; Bo'wning. and Bland-*  |fbrd^ebial^*^hat^^  ���:tim*^he^*S^Ul^u]^^  ure, and. that even'; how they only  .did so,because of a patriotic desire  ^p^is& t-1^^^  ^niia^e^f^mr^  AAA-^A- ������'"������ -A777 z~'._-A A;'Vi wyy$*s *y  AASA$WM^&^^  ^Lp^^N^Feb^ul^  ^6^i^^spwillS||^M  ^mp^pw|vfOT;^'i^|?OTec^^  S^m^^|rtp^u(^n|^ic^Wi^^  committee of cabiuet ministers and  former cabinet miuisters appointed  |;!^?king|EdiH^^  question of a memorial has decided  ;th^^it7shall;be<M^l^-:|7ih%Lx^  i^^and jbepermanent;;^and��p%a^inpnu|;  :niental character. ;; The��� .committee  ;isVuow.taking the advice of notable  ..,-.--r?l-j--j-----,'-.---.-i>i.,-..^-^���'"���"'���'���-'���''^l^^gyi^  MORE HOPEFUL  lilH  AA^sAM7Mss^  :;ym  Ay77>m.77AmA��y7A^^i0f^>^0^  OENERAL   FRENCH'S   SUOdESSESA?y;  ii..;:T>.;--i-;;T:y;^.T:-j:''T!-;'-.;T:.,.;;T-r,.: T'-.��;"T'i- >xv..r.:-v-v--^^-:i..;.,.��-:r:.-.y.;T-^y:---.;/;yr^|  ���;������������;'-:;>:;;-TT^r^rH;^;''* ^^vi;;;u;;;^  'A^AA^AA^^-AA^^MfT-AS^A^'^&^^^^^i  ?PdM*^5Ee��i^fbf|Bo^  "-������!.;���r,r.:i"v,**i:rv,?v;._vvi.'��.-;s!-i>'.^;i--:.i'.s ft��f-?^.:t^^^s%&SS|  g|^::|^ive(��|^^  IlillllS^e^El^Milllfite   - -  mmsmmm  y^yy^yy^j  ^London,  Db^lF^bniai^H^G^railii  FrenchjB|inp^^  '^���^���^l^mj^Myj^^g^^gk^w^  |bihed;  their  ByjBER.tiN*^ebr*uary��27sf^  ^''^���jj.lZ'^-'-K'^  |Fran1celfor��lbes^uni8mne^  guilty^provincial officials and will  ''���rT'.^/Ti-^."-*^^.-^ >i^i:5>r.V>��.i^:-t-,'^-T;v.  ,^--^T'..:-.:;.^::..;-.-T->.^..,./i->  support the same in the conference  *X-��*.V'.'-'-&^*,i-'T-Vi-^i'".''^*E-"feSi-*,V^ %*��� SJ'.tUtt  , of the ministers .of ;the powers  in.  ;tM0��es$a^l^  ���here alsoas practically certain, that  ithe:*|-jprp^sitw^  unanimously.   German officials em:  jp*h^i7^the fax;t that;Sthe;;proposi-  L;M��?**$-*^:^  havejereated a-most hopeful feeling?  in the war office here. -*.;Lord ;  "'-���4^S?^-:v.^*i%*'^'?.*.,r.55>rf"  ."-"���"-iKlgBB  horses meant; that sthpfeoperational  ^pmdsj^njbe^r^ucejKl^  :thoughVbf,i course ;;geheralo Kitch-  ;ener^ controlling-hand^ r��''��n>��"��i  J:>^t-^V-'S.v'^l\'f9:.'--.i^:v-.'^.5..:i.X��-J'0-��i'^-'e*'*i~  iTh^^t^^the^uicid^^pifip  ;Eieii add Chab Slih Chiab is officially  :confirhied,.;^butc the sreport^ that'!  Spo*umt^bhl1^1^^  |apdiscpntinuanc^fpf|?^  Ipediti^^isjn^cphfii^^  Jit,ls^rega^^-M^ei^:ipTOTO  S^l^T&k'ai^A;*hzei^*e]p's^  Irespondent^vi  <see^gi^s^he^^ipwing^arWc  ^gardii^rthelraecutw  :^d}H^i*Ctieng \ Yu i^yMaj pr j^iuenl;  |si^in|j^resented TTcb)int|^c^'W&l-0  fd^si&-and;tfo^  : sent the minister of "j ustiieer to:|wit^  ^n^Jt^ges^uti*^  7pyer^;thp;^execuit;ioners : sewed |thei-;  ;lieads*;upbh ; the";trunksr; and^liay.^  fihgvpfeced��the bodies7 ih|splendid:  |cbffins;tiirned them overi to -thbrela-S  -tiyesyof the;beiieadedTofficials;]AA^  yxS S ''Laie*- iBnwnMrs;.;iBti^e.;,:;-;;;;*:;--^  ytit'EyELAXTiiFebruary 27.^Asta;  result; of "the refusal of; the Lake  ^CameES^Associatioh^tp=grantithei  demands. of the, marine engineers  for additional help to engineers oh  steamers, the; riatibhal; president^  George TJhler,; tonight declared a  strike in^force. ; There; are;about;  .100 engineers on {the Great Lakes.  The action was precipitated;.by a  letter received by Mr. Uhler today  from;James Cbrrigah, chairman of  the;'executive committee of;'vthe  Lake Carriers' Association, in response to an inquiry asking what  action,; if any, the" vessel owners  proposed to take in reference to the  engineers' demands. - Mr. Corri-  gan's letter stated that the executive committee of the Lake Carr  riers' Association did not consider  the request and that he did not  know whether they intended to do  so when the committee met again.  Upon the receipt of ' this communication national president;Uhler  at once sent put' telegrams to all  lake ports, notifying members of  his organization not to either assist  in fitting out boats or go on them  after the Opening; of navigation  until advised to, the contrary..  Prominent:, vessel-owners today  freely expressed the hope that the  engineers might succeed in -tying  up lake commerce until July 1st, as  it would: result in high carrying  rates later and thereby insure a "most  prosperous year for the owners.  To TeBt River and Gulf.  Montreal, February 27.���Captain Inman, the ice-breaker owner  of Duluth, Minnesota, has been instructed by La Presse newspaper  maritime expedition .to test- the.  navigability of the St. Lawrence  river. and gulf from the port of  Quebec to the. Atlantic during the  winter months. He will leave Quebec next Tuesday. The voyage is to  last 30 days. He will try to reach  Portland.  men, mounts^and ammunition! they#  ;ui^^achi^ing||the^pnl^pos8ible#  -\-*--�� -������I-- '*. ���-������������'������������-^.'W'^v;.^--...'-'-^  tobjectivelat.presentansighfcMlfciisJ  pibt!beiiev^|to1i^liSnfiikeW  igeneralj|Kitchener��willB gran tf any3  -armistice as.apr^liminary-tope&e,;  ^ifeifjie^oe^i&^i^^le*^^  i office know; of ltjuntilhe; learns ithel  ffelui^Sfafci^miil^eii^^ill  5general>!^Botha';|gayeJimkltne^��r  jofficeis inchned;to,consider:that*hi!  taction Avould* only: affect*%thejf brcesL,.^.  runder^hisimmediate individual .com^Msil  rmand'^and^that^thelisamespolicyil^1  Iwli^ii^^^^*5^^^^*^^*4^  *��� m*r<--rt -��:-��^V?*it*t/,i'**i'>''  ���haye|fo^bef;cpnt^  iotKerS!  ^pursuedfiwonld  h^>**>>*,;-. W;*'.��r^?^;  .be&continuedsagainstKt  Bbefo; forces &pperating^  |ppr��.itj^elie>^^ru^  ;j^*h1fts,;np;mea^'<^  |g^nemliBpti|a|lM^^  ^lpMfKifelieniBr^M^^  ;;eajrlier| infermaWp^?general;'  'wasjtojhayesbeeh^^iye^*'  v;Bptha|^l  atilbrid1^*^  T-.-^-:��|  ;^rtTirf;cprrecfc^*events?h^  :^it7^^exjt^t^frapidityi^:^^  !*I%pM?;^^  ;crbft's|?cbjuih^  ;-;f0al^i^[0fe^lMnr^  hihd|��De^t:,r;^The;;ib^er^  liave seemingly^ lost tbiich]withhim7T;pi  -;Hertsbgnthe?Bber*;eom^  ; pprted;tp: have ;crpssed^ tlie; Orange 7  ;river;ahd lie'^ppearr^:;to; lie;;stilly  rinside'therectarigleformed- by;the '  ;railroad7ahdTtheTriver.';i-;-Y:^^  London,: February ;26.^-:Bennet;  : Burieigh wires ;tb; the;:Daily;Tele-;  grapli from De A'ar'under^^ Tuesday's;  date as follows:'7 The Orangje "river;  remains high; QurjAcolumnis Satfe7  tightening their7grip ,ujpoirv St^n;-;  Dewet and;^Hertzog near ;Petrius;  Ville and bur "patrols have Been eh-;  gaged. I anticipate that a general:  action, is about,to be;fought and ���  that the collision is.likely: to prove;:  serious., ;���;'���;' '���-'/:~":;' ;','���'*'::...';; ; 77.77'x':\  7777,,7 ':The Eight-Hour Da^-; i  London, February 27.���^The house  of commons today after a; lengthy ;  debate passed the second reading of  the* bill   restricting  the work   of.  miners to eight hours daily; by 212 J  to 199 votes. "The bill is a private^  measure. ; '..*;The "opponents ; bf ; re-;;  striction in hours of labor insisted  that such action would ehbrmpusly^;  enhance the pricejof coal.77!yAAA[7<  Sir ^Alfred:7 Hickman, Conserva- -;.  tive, said the "cpuhtry during the x.  past year'had had :ah object ^lesson S  of the effect on traderbf'dear cbah;;  The British government had to buy  bridges  in'America   for Uganda,  Egypt and Burmah; : The rail ways;  bought rails in America, arid; even;:  coal   had - to   be   imported to tliis  country.     In ������������*: the'7.'';. United ? ;States  miners produced  50 per .cent more*;  coal than they did in England': riotS.  because they were  more: skillful,^:  but they worked 10 hours ::per';  It has been; discovered that the  native African chiefs in the diamond regions have great quantities;  of valuable diamonds which7 were  accumulated years ago. They treasure them as charms, and are unwilling to sell them. THE TBIBtTNE:"NELSON B. 0   THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 28, 1901  A,  y]  I o      _  Ni  8!  f  Si  It'  Health  staff are intelligent and obliging,  but they are seriously handicapped  in that they must handle a city  service in a village post office, arid  while upon the subject of civility  it may be'remarked that,those who  desire to exact this from public  servants should at least be willing  to trade iii tlie same commodity.  In every family is the very first and  most important consideration. To  establish aud retain it there cannot be anything more conducive  than appetizing and easily digested  food. Try any of the following  specialties.  15'  Christie, Brown & Co.  Rusk Biscuit.  Peek, Freen & Co.  Nursery Biscuit.  German Rusk.  Nestle's Milk Food.  o  Milkmaid Brand.  Robinson's Patent Barley.  Robinson's Patent Groats  ALL   NEW   AND   FRESH  i i -^ i  i  HOTSGN'S  1.17-  infa':  \MA  Xw ~  Ir-  jr.*.  iA  Mb  \w-r-  M-}:  lav*  p;  v t  Ate ^xxbxxmA  ' /While tlie agents of 'the Crop's  : \ ,Nest Pass Coal Company,are assurf  ' . ing the people'who do not 'require  ' 'coal or coke that they have' abun-  '.   dance ' for ' everybody, the Green-  , \ wood smelter is^forced, through the  '. inability of the same company to  ���<meet its orders, to draw upon the  fuel'supply of tlie" Trail smelter.  -. f The people of' Greenwood should  "exterid'a warm* welcome to Nelson's  'delegates to the meeting of tbe as-  < sociated boards of trade. . They go  ��� -to Greenwood instructed to vote in  * favor of the diversion bf the Fernie  r coal to smelting points in the United  'i  \i  ���1  '���s:  If  If  I  States; and at, a time when the  Greenwood smelter, owing to the  inability of the' Crow's Nest ��� Pass  ~ Coal "Company to supply it with  fuel, is obliged 'to draw upon ' the  fuel supply of the Trail smelter.  During the fiscal year ending  June 30th, 1900, the district of  West Kootenay contributed under  the several tax heads $204,019.41, or  about one-fifth of tho entire revenue of the province, and of this  sum tho mines of the district, whicli  are the chief sources of wealth, contributed but $23,465.52, or consider-  . ably less than teu per cent. There  does not appear in these figures  much ground for the complaints of  harsh treatment raised by some  mine owners over the increase of  ' the output tax.  Thb   Miner   publishes    a   long-  winded    complaint    against    the  members-of the staff in the local  post    office.      Complaint   against  postal services, however, is univer-  ' sal.    It is not to be expedtcd, there-  , fore,  that the Nelson division of  the service will escape criticism, but  with respect  to it The Tribune  ' will   venture   the   assertion   that  while it may not be all that could  be desired, the service is very much  * better than would be furnished by  any   other staff of' the' same Size  with   the   same   accommodations.  The trouble with the Nelson service  in that it has outgrown its present  quarters.     The meihberd  bf  the  Thr Tribune is quite willing to  stand by the verdict of the people  of Nelson upon  its criticism of the  action of the rump of the  Nelson  board   of tiade   who   resolved in  favor of James J. Hill's entrance  into the coal fields of East Kootenay-  Members who presume to speak for  the board owe it to their organization   to   inform   themselves   upon  matters whicli they propose to deal  with, and to cweigh  the probable  effect of their action  with regard  to the same. Tlie fact that " Harry"  Bentley came fresh from the Fernie  office of'the Crow's Nest' Pass Coal  Company, and assured them that  the coal company was- meeting all.  demands   made   upon   it, did not  justify them in passing the resolution which Harry Bentley as the  agent of the coal company desired  them to pass.   Since the members  of the Nelson board have resolved  in i favor of the diversion of  the  Fernie coal to United States smelt;  ing points, they must have arrived  at   the   conclusion that Canadian  smelters are not experiencing any  difficulty'in securing coal and coke  from Fernie.   What The ' Tribune  says is that no assurance which Mr.  Bentley gave should weigh against  the   evidence   of a * fuel ' scarcity  which has been publicly offered day  after day for weeks past, and which  has - not been successfully eontro:  verted.     The Tribune "holds that  -the evidence of J.'J7Campbell; commercial manager of the Hall Mines  smelter,-should' receive, as-much  consideration from members of the  Nelson board-of trade'as any plead^  'ing for the "Crow's "Nest Pass 'Coal  Company which Mr/ Behtlejr could  make.- Mr. Campbell some days ago  publicly   stated through the press  " that the1 fuel shortage' has rbeen  "-for some time past the  cause'of  .'great,    anxiety ,   on.  the  of ' the-   smelters."   ��� .This  statement   was - probably -before  every, ���   member    of   ' the - - board  who Voted Tfor the Hill - resolution  on Monday/- evening. - Then there  was the public'announcement that  the Greenwood smelter. was' forced  to biiy coal from' Lethbridge,at ah  advance, of one dollar per'ton,'owing  to the inability of the "Crow's Nest  Pass-Coal Company to fill its orders.  And'on top of '.this there -was the  public knowledge of the ,fact that  the operations of the Trail, smelter  have been very seriously hampered  by the inability of the coal company  to furnish' fuel. 'This Tribune holds  ~that"scrlorig"as 'the Crbw'sNestPass"  Coal Company ^is unable to meet  -the demands made upon it by the  smelting and industrial interests of  British Columbia, that any action  by the Nelson board of trade in  facilitating   the   diversion   of the  Fernie coal and   coke   to   United  States points/ is'iinwise. The members 'of   the   board   of  trade are  adults, and should be held responsible.   When through ignorance or  auy other cause- they compromise  their board they must expect' criticism, and   they  should be above  pleading that they did not know it  was loaded.  " very  " part.  In the Supreme Court.  With the hearing of evidence of  :two?witnesses arid the concluding  arguments of five lawyers the base  of Marino vs. Alexander, which has  been before the supreme court  for the past Ave days, was brought  to a close at 4 o'clock yesterday  afternoon. Mr. justice Irving' reserved-judgment, as some time is  required,;to consider the lengthy  evidence" given.  The case of J. M. Harris against  .11. II. Pitts, both of Sandon, which  is the last case on the docket, was  opened immediately at the close of  the other.   It appears that the contest in   this case arises out of a  street by the name of Reco, in the  town of Sandon, being obstructed.  Plaintiff Harris cameinto possession  of the land several years ago and  had   it   surveyed    into   lots   and  streets.   Defendant   Pitts, who is  mayor of Sandon, asserts that he  purchased the land from the company owning the Blue Jay mineral  claim, the   claim   being  the same  portion of the townsite now in dispute.   Pitts erected a building on  the land and apparently on the section'that was laid out for a street.  The .plaintiff is now asking that';  outside of   certain   damages,   Mr.  Pitts be made to vacate the property.         '  Boileau Gets Four Months.  The case of Frank Boileau, who'  was accused of theft, was disposed  of 'yesterday morning aud the  accused sentenced to four months'  imprisonment with hard labor.  Considerable evidence was taken  concerning the dresser which was  stolen by the prisoner, and as he  was proven guilty  he was given  ' three months for the offence. He  was, ��� immediately charged with  stealing a bull terrier from conductor D. McKay, to which' he  pleaded guilty. - For this he was  sentenced to one month, the same  to begin at. the expiration of the  first sentence. The prisoner is the  same party who was \ found -.guilty  of selling -liquor^at * Thirteen-mile  Point last" April, without .a -license  andvwas sentenced to'-four months.  -At the same time he was given two  months for doing 'a*-retail business  without a license.     . r -  >tt  ^TTtrrrrrrrrTj^yrrr__rrrmr_tivtf  Spikes and Ribbon Ends  Just in  a New Lot of  Spikes and .Ribbon Ends  Spikes from fi  5 Gents to 50 Cents        j  infTimmminiinamu; t  36 Baker Street  raxxxxxxzxxxxxxxxxccixxxxxxzxxxxxxxxxx:  LT  New Laces  and Embroideries  New Allover Laces  in White, Cream, Ecrne,  and Blacks* i  45c to $5 per Yard        [  XXZZXXZiXIIZSZXXXXZXXXXCUXZXT  SPRING AND SUMMER, 1901  The new Spring and Summer Goods are coming in every day.   We hardly know what to tell you about first  Wash Fabrics  A lovely display of this season's choicest patterns and weaves, novelties  controlled exclusively by us. Dimities, Swisses, French Organdies, Mercerized, Foulards, and Many others.   Prices 26c to 60c per yard.  New Cotton Waists  Superb creations in white and colored, correct styles of 1901. Those  making selections now have the advantage bf sizes and exclusive novelties.   Prices $1 to $4  Want MacDonriell for Captain.  ���,-���_ The business meetingof the local  rifle: company held- at the 'armory  last evening was for the purpose of  getting- the members to sign a petition requesting *H. 'E.- MacDonriell,  local i manager Jof; the- freight - department pf the C. P. R.,tot-accept  the command of * the_ ��� company:  There was-nearly a'-full attendance,  and every one placed his- name on  the list. When i the -company was  first organized Mr. MacDorinell was  .lieutenant, but afterward resigned  his position. It is thought that he  will accept the new position.  Remains Removed.  Milan, -February 27.���The remains of Giuseppe'Verdi, the com-  poseiywho died'January 27th, were  removed today with much cere-'  mony from the cemetery "to- the  Verdi" home for aged musicians.  Troops lined the route. ' A choir of  several -thousand voices sang one of  Verdi's impressive compositions.  ./.  New Cotton and Muslin  WASH DRESSES READY-TO-WEAR  They'will be very popular this season both for house and street wear  Comeing in white, organdies, Percale^ Grass Linen.   Prices $3.60to���$18  Kid Gloves-60c. We have just 160 pair of odd sizes in tans,' modes,  and. grey, to make room for eastern gloves we have marked them just  50c.   Regular price $1 to'$1.76  New Foulards, Sill^s ar\d Sateens, 50c to $1.26   New prints and Ginghams 10c to 30c  mamnnnmmgnininmgn ixxr^  'New Tailor-Made  '  Suits  in Fawn,  'Brown"and Greys  Prices $12 to $30  lUlimmTTTmrTtniimTTTTTTTTHTTTTr  Fred Irvine & Co.  jnmmainnrtnnmniimTniniim  '  Trunks and Valises  Just Received a Carload of  Trunks and Valises  8   Which we aro Offering at  *�� Very Low Prices  ���\  I'        Prices $1210 $30 I' oft -a   ir q+        A ��    '     Very 1fm Prices 'f  '^S&t- :  % . -   ,  *    ' .       i     .. ��� jjp  In ���^d "^^    ^^   ^^    ^*i   ^^    ^&   ^^    ^-*    .^^    ,_^__m    ____m^    ����*,        ���*        ���      . -* - ^ -       - ^       . ^ ^ --   i ^ ^^    - ^^    ^ ^^    ^^     ^^ ^ +mh  ^^L.^^m0^ ��� i_^r_ m0^ * t^^_ *^^ ��� 0^ *0^ ��� 07'w ��0^ ��� ^^ m0^ ��� 0^ *0^ ��� 0* ���00* 00 * ��� ^^^ ��� ?S^.�� ^^ ��� ^�� ^^k ��� j5ft*�� ^*K ���_3Sk* ^^ * ^^* ^^ * ^^* ^^ * ^!%* T!J^ * ^^ ^**^M  w ��� tf^^^ ^_\\\\\\_______t^ ^^_\\\\\\__^^^_____\__W____f^*^^^___\\&f 4_____\_\_w? ^^_____\\_\t^ _\_\\\\__\_\__& ^B'___W_-^ _t\\\\\W\.\.^ ^_\\\__\_______^^____\_W\______^ ^____\W\_______^^______\M_______r ^__\__W________k*__________________? 4__\_\\\\\\_______+ ^^_____W_____t ^^^__\\\___\_f j^.XWWUMr ^^^___\__W__t^^���_________> ^^U^WXw j^^________> 4*^___XXX__t jd_W\__\______p ^^t^____\\\_^^^^���XX_^ ^^^_XX^_}^^XXXX^_t ^^^^_Xw ^9_X_tW ^^_X\\\\\\\& _____Wt    w  ' 321 to 331 'Baker Street' Nelson  American, arjd European Plans.  MEALS  25  CENTS  Froji the- fuss which has been  made by a few of the miners over  the tax upon the output of the metalliferous mines, one might readily  form the opinion that tlie bulk of  the provincial revenues were raised  under this head. The public ac  counts, however, do not bear this  out. They show that all the great  wealth-producing mines of West  Kootenay contributed in taxes the  insignificant sum of $23,465.52. In  the light of the public accounts one  is at a loss to imagine how the disgruntled mine-managers propose to  show that they have been overtaxed in the increase of the output  tax to two per cent net. Will  they arrive at upon the basis of  the capitalization of their proper-  tie?, or upon the value of their output? In either case the showing  should be startling.  KOOTENAY....  GOFFEE GO.  ************************.  Coffee Boasters  Dealers in Tea and' Coffee  *9**********************  Wo arc ottering at lowest prices tho boat  srradeH of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Tens. .  Our Bosf^ Mocha and Java Coffeo, por  pound $ 40  Mocha and Java Hlend, 3 pounds    1 00  Choice niond Cofl'co, -1 pounds    1 00  Speclul lllend Coll'ee, (1 pounds ' 1 00  Hio Hlend Cnffi'o, <> pounds    1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound     30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.    >  KOOTENAY GOFFEE CO.  Telephone 177-  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELR<JTBICITY  AND HKATED BY BTKAM  -      *     35 CKNT8T0,��1    QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NKLSOK.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with' Hot'Air.  '/ '**  Large comfortable-bedroopia and; Arab-claae  dining-room. Bamplo rooms f Of commercial men.  BATES S2 PER DAY  N|rs. E. C. ClarKe, Prop.  LATK OF THK BOYAE HOTBL,' OALflAltY  IVJadden House  > Baker and Ward  Stffoeta, Nelson  Limited.  CHARLES HILLYER,-    - ,���    " HARRY  HOUSTON,,  President and ^General Manager.   ' Secretary-Treasurer  All Communications tobe-addressed-to either, of the above    > Si ���  =We.are prepared to Fuiailsh  , A     .  by Rail, Barge op. Teama    ,  yDIMENSION LUMBER S  '.   , ROUGH^and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COASTELOORING'  ���    T\       yDOUBLE<DRESSED"COASTrCEDARl  ;-: ' - :rustici SHIPLAP, STEPPING  AS'        - PINE <attfA CEDAR CASINGS S  DOOR, JAMBS, WINDOWSSTILES  ^TURNED. WORK, ������ BANDS A WING  -   a-   BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  SSTORE FRONTS   .. AA '��� -S  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Oup Prloes before  purchasing* elsewhere. ______________________________ "  OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.' MILLS: HALL STREET WHAHP  WHOLESALE TRADE  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPK.& CO., LIMITED.-Cornor Vernon  A   and Cedar stroets, Nelson, manufacturers  ofl and wholesalo dealers in asrated-watera and .  1 fruit syrups.  Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephone 60.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES^ -  W' F.'TKETZKL'fe CO.-Corner Baker and  ���   Josephine streets, Nolson, wholesale doal  era" ln' ansayers - supplies. "Agonte - kor. Den ve  "Fire Clay Co. of Deuvor. Colorado. ' -* _ -  COMMISSION - MERCHANTS.  H J. EVANS tc CO.-Baker-'slToet, Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers ln liquors,-��� cigars  cement, fire ~brick aud fire olay, water plpe;and  Btoel rails, and genoral oomnusalon tnerchaats.  \.   !    ELBCTRICAL   SUPPLIES.     -  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY tc CON--  - 81 RUCTION COMPANY���Wholosale dealors in telephones, i annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, eto., Houston blook, Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED..  BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed oars' 'shipped to all Kootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R. Mills "at Vlotoria; New Wesb  minster, and'Edmonton.'Alborta. .   '  FRESH AND.SALT MEATS: .  BURNS- tc - CO.-JJaker < street, Nolson,  _ .wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Coldsboratce.       ,_    - ���  P.  Head Office at  NELSON, B. 0.,  Wholesale and Retail     .  DeaJers -in Meats  The only hotel In Nolson :thab'has remained  under one management since 1890. -  The bed-rooms aro well furnished'and lighted  by eleotriolty. ,  The bar is always stooked by the beet dun ��  bio and Imported liquors and olgars. ��� ' - >   - THOMAS MADDEN; Proprietor.,  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H.'McM ANUS, Manager  Bar stocked with boat brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars.' Beer on draught.: Large oomforb-  able rooms.   VlrslMdami table boa d>��    ���  R. REISTERER & CO.  BRKWBBD AND BOTTLBBB 0��  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Markets at  Nelson,  Rossland,  Trail,'' Kaslo, 'Ymir, - Sandon,' Silverton, NeT  'Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson I Grand Forks,; Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and .Vancouver,   _ -  . .   . j Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  COMPANY,   LIMI-  'i ��� (  ALL KINDS OV  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLHBALH AND RIDTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN 8EA80N  Baker Street, Nelson  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD.& CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall streets; wholesalo grocers and  'obbers in blankets, gloves; mitts/boots, rubbers,  maolcinaws and miners' sundries,  OOTENAY SUPPLY  grooers.  TOHN CHOLDITCH tc CO.-Front street, Nel-    -  u -son, wholesale grooers.  T' Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-Front streeb, Nelson.i_  ��*���  wholesale   dealers   in  provisions,   oared "  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  ' XT 'BYERS tc CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  ���"������ streets, Nelson," wholesalo dealors in hard,  ware, and mining supplies. Agents for 'Giant  Powder Co.  T AWRBNCH  ���"'Bakor St.,  Prompt and regular  '-delivery to tbis trade  Breweryn*,Halwn  Compound  Syrup...  OF WHITE PINE ADD TAR  WILL CURE YOUR  COLD.  (Jemo-qber the new stand   at Cornor of Ward  ar]d Baker Streets.  COME AND SEE   US.  Canada Drug Oook Co.  Limited.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer Victoria and KMtenaySteoeta.  p. o nn* tea. '  tbimophowib^no, m  Home Grown  Tniit and Ornamental Trees, Rcses, Shrubs  Vines, Bulbs, Hedge Plants and Seeds.  Extra choice stock of Peach, ApKcot, Plum.  Cherry anil Pruno Trees. Now importation or  first-clans Rhododendrons, Roses, Cliumtus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.  80,000 to choose from. No agents or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspection charges.  GieenhouHa plants, agricultural implements, fertilizers, beo supplios, etc. Largest awl most  complete sfock ln the provinco. Send for catalogue before placing your orders.  Address  ty. J- HENRY, Vancouver, B. C.  Wblttt Labor Only.  imniRfl by mail amoiwvti nARnvoi, Mm vkompt ATrmwrnnM        ROSSLAND   BJVCillNBBRIIVa  WORKS  cunliffe &< McMillan  Founders and Maohinlsts, Speolalty of Ore Cars,' Ore-Bin > Doors and General Mining Maohlnery.  List of second-hand machinery on hand, which has been 'thoroughly overhauled and is as good  as new: , , '  ���   1 2<-H. P. Locomotive-type boiler, with enccinc attached and all fittings, ready to turn on steam.  .   1 bi"x8" Dmiblo-Cvlinder Friction Drain-Hoist, built by Ingersoll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, No. f> Cameron, Now York,  1 Sinking .Pump, 10"x5"xl3", outsldo packed plunger pattern.  Watch this advertisement for further lists, or write us before you buy for complete list.  may have just what you want.  Agents for Northoy Pumps.   Stock carried.  P. O. Box 198.  We  THIRD AVSNUE,  ROSSLAND.  STRACHAN  BROTHERS  PLUMBHRS.  PLUMBING  'AU plumbing is not alike.    See our goods.  Same price as other dealers and  20 per cent Better.  OPPOSITE! POSTOKFIOH.  NELSON, B. O  REILEY & 6EN0Y  SUCCESSORS TO If. D. ASHCROFT)  P.  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  WORK**.*  EXPERT H0R3E8H0EIMC.  Special attention given to all kinds of rej  ana custom work" -from c.^aido points.  tooitMmade U> order en shot! notice.  Irlng  vy  J. RUSSELL  Bnyer and Exporter of  RAW   FURS  Highest Prloes -  Prompt Bfitur&s  Fair Assortment  Ship by Espraas.  NEIiSON, B. C.  HARDWARK    COMPANY  .     ,  -���-, Nelson, wholesale   dealors-in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplies.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS. .  rpURNER, BKETON 8c CO.-Corner Vernon  A and Josephine streets. Nolson, wholosale  dealers ln liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agente  for Pabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Col  garjr Brewing Co. of Calgary.   -  POWDER, CAPS,AND FOSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Bakez  ' street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers Tn oaps and fuse, and eleotria  blasting apparatus.  SASH AND DOORS.  XTELSpN SAW AND��� PLANING MILLS,  A* - LTMITKD-Cornor Front and HaU streeta,  Nelaon, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  ln sash and doorsi all kinds of factory work made  to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED���Cornor Front and Hall streets, Nelaon, wholesale dealers in wines (oase and bulk,  and dontssMa aniMmnorted oftrara.  ANTI-CHINESE RESOLUTION.  Pursuant to resolutions adopted at a regular  meeting held on Saturday evening, December  22nd, l'JOO. all members of Nelson Miners' Union  No. 90, W. F. M., are requested to use every  legitimate means  To Discourage tho Employment or  Patronizing of Chinese  directly or indirectly. All union men nnd others  who believe in making this a whilo man's country, are requested toco operate in giving effect to  the aforewildresolution.   I)y order,  NKLSON MINERS'   UNION.  Nolson, December 22nd.  Tho above resolution has been endorsed bv the  Trades and Labor Council of Nelson, and all  union men; and others in sympathy with it, aie  requested to govern   thoinsolves   accordingly.  By order.  TRADES & LABOR COUNCIL OF NELSON  Nelson, Decembor 22nd.  ARCHITECTS,  THWART ft: OARRIE-Architecta.    _  ����� ��3a 8 Aberdeen Nook. Baker $tne%  ��� (II  eb��D,  uSr~  -   j-j?y *���* -r* LT * ���      - I...'      _   J-'JX"-  "* -*i s&  :t. -p-  tarn %Mmm:��M_&(>&?<& ti. mnasMrr mmv-AM--i��,-n<.i  BANEM MTBEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST    7,000.000.00  UNDIVIDfflD PROFITS       427.180.80  Lord Strathoonaand Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George A. Drummoud Vico-Presldent  E. 8. Clounton General Managor  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor and Kootonay Streets.   JOHAK  A. H. BUCHANAN, Managor.  y S  .n, :  Branches ln London (England) Nkw York,  Chicaoo, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Sterling Exchange and Cable  Credits,  Buy and sell  Transfers. , ,       ,,���_,.  Grant  Commoroial  and  Travelers'  available ln any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund.  .     .      .      $8000.000  -      -   $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  IMPERIAL BANK  OIF    CJ-A.lNr-AuID-A.  HEAD   OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  Savings Bank Branch  OUKRKNT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.  WEDNESDAY'S QUOTATIONS,  stock. " Asked.  B. c). Gold Fields....::.:...=; $      3  Black Tall     - 12  Brandon & Oolden Crown    Canadian Goldfields Syndicate,  Cariboo (McKinney) v   Curiboo Hydraulic.....'   Centre;Star ....-   Orow's'Nost Pass Coal   - California   Deer  Trail' Consolidated   Evening Star   Golden Star   Fairview Corporation   Giant   Granby   Smelter   Iron Mask   Jim Blaine '.   Knob Hill   Montreal & London   Morning  Glory....-   Morrison   Mountain Lion   Noblo Fivo   North Star   Old Ironsides   Olive   'Payno   Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated.  "Republic...'.   ' Slncan Sovereign   Virtuo .-   War Eagle Consolidated    Waterloo   White Bear :   Winnipeg .:   ' Sullivan   SALES.  ' inoo White Bear '. .   ...  500 Golden Star   lOWTHimmoud Reef  JUOO California .".  2W0 Republic.    ���   5o0 Cariboo-McKianoy .  8  7i  3��i  1 65  1 08  0 (XI  ?  7  42  4  bO  51  ���>  !t  it)  i  83  80  12  47  81}  421  (ii  30  35  35  it  14  > Bid.  9"i!  "4  <���*  35  I 52  70  02 00  'J  28  5  '3  3  "     4?  'f  45  3J  (i  7  15  00  ^10  40  21  42  U  25  30  24  48  4  1*1  48  2*  U  4}  '424  351  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox, Robt. Kilgour,  '    President       Vlce-Prcsldont.  London Office, 60 Lombard Street, El. O.  New York  Offloe, ts   Exchange   Place.  and 03 Branches in Canada and tho  United States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Intel est allowed on deposits.   Present rato  tlneo percent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  SEVEN   HUNDRED  MILLION  Controlled-by. J.'P. 'Morgan.  *     ?   ���"* . r '  * ��� John Pierpont Morgan is 04 years  old. -Andrew*Carnegie~is GO. -Mr.  Carnegie began a Working life on  art income of r20 cents a ,day. Mr.  Morgan started with" wealth at his  command./'Until-last week -Mr.  Carnegie controlled more iron and  steel thanaiiy other living ;man in  the world. 'Today Mr. Morgan is  to the financial institutions-of the  , United States-.what the'Rothschilds  are.to Europe���the key. Mr. Carnegie gives the public something  * oiit of his enormous,wealth by donating libraries to towns and cities.  Mr. Morgan ^presents money to hos-  ��� pitals and made the 'American side,  of the contest in tlie < last ^international yacht race. , Both men, are  superb types of ^the best _ that* the  money age can produce. ,Of their  class, their era, no finer, examples  can be found. What the industrial or cooperatives age'will do  with similar types later on is a  problem.  Mr. Morgan is supposed^to have  just purchased'$85,000,000 of Mr.  " Carnegie's iron and steel stock. ' If  this be true he now controls nearly  $700,000,000* of such - stockHu. the  -United States.^He has also recently-  purchased the Jersey Central 'road  aud engineered part of a deal 'for  the control of ,the Great Northern,  Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul,  Erie & Reading railroads under one  financial head. "If he' accomplished  these things .without the wealth of  Europe and the United States back  of .him he would be Titanic. Having,  though, entire treasuries -at his disposal, what he has accomplished As  not so remarkable. He is obliterating competition. 'As some one  wrote, "He is reducing the world  of finance and corporation industry  to a series of numbers which -may  be moved about as chessmen 'upon  a board." In his operations he is  not an individualist, but a" con-  centratist. He is as necessary to  tlie times as measles to a growing  child. His opportunity will pass  and the need for him, and when  death comes his wealth and power  cannot go with hint across the dark  river. His power and the means  which brought it to him are worthy  of the closest and most dispassionate study by sociologists.  Mr. Morgan's father was Junius  S. Morgan, a native of western Massachusetts, and an old-time Boston  merchant. The famous George Pea-  body admired his abilities' and invited him to engage in financial  business with him in London. Mr.  Morgan accepted. The son was  born and named Pierpont, after his  grandfather, a famous Unitarian  minister of Boston, who led the  anti-slavery cause there with Wendell Phillips and Garrison. His  business career began in New York  city, but was not successful until  he entered into partnership with  ,the noted Drexel:of Philadelphia,  and the firm became Drexel, Morgan  & Co. His New York and Philadelphia: houses were members of the j chain and looks more like a sporty |  syndicate which took the issue of  $200,000,000 of U per cent bonds  authorized for the purpose of taking up previous issues. The syndicate also took $25,000,000 of the 4  percent loan in 1877, and $10,000,-  000 of another 'issue of 4|s. Mr.  Morgan's astute management'" of  this government deal commended  him to other financiers. He made  a name.  Then he turned to railway management.   He had a great   many  ideas as to cut rates, traffic wars ,  and tlie like. /He. enunciated the'  doctrine that "competition is criminal when it destroys the interest  on investments.   Save the interest  and obliterate the other."   That is  the secret of all of Mr. Morgan's  advances.   He bends his energies to  preserving profits for investing capital.   Competition, wages, individuals that stand in the way of preserving interest and the stability of  the money market must be removed,  and he has proved that he knows  best of all his rivals how to' get  vexatious issues of this kind out of  the way of his golden, chariot. ���* He  created   the , "Interstate   Railway  Association" that, aiming to destroy  rate   wars,- strangled    to    death  through"- its own inside ^ treachery.  He also"- devised the "gentlemen's  agreement," which also might have  succeeded but for the fact that gentlemen of honor did not enter into  it.    His joint trafiic association was  'more-successful.^ He brought*the(  ^Pennsylvania-, road "ancl_ the New  York Central to friendly, terms, reorganized the West Shore, reorganized the Philadelphia & Reading*  'and would have'prevented the insolvency of "the Baltimore S�� Ohio'  road but for-the-violation of'one of  the agreements made with him by  outside'^parties. \. He also reorganized, the Chesapeake & Ohio and the  Northern Pacific and the Erie.  ���^In electricity^he brought 'about  ,the_formation. of ,the Edison company and the General Electric. Two  or three times his judgment and  coolness ~ have averted financial  panic in Wall street and distress  for all the moneyed interests of the  : country/ To say that .he represents  decontrols $800,000,000 of capital is  but, to admit that Avhat he~ may  control or direct is limitless. >By a  single act of his' he could precipitate a financial crisis'" that would"  .shake, the United States treasury to  its very foundations. He and his  interests can make or avert'war,  "and for that matter," if evilly in-|  clined, may overturn governments.  _Except_theZpower_of���j:the_Roths=L_  childs there is no' such example in  the worlds today (in or outside of  governments) as the concentrated  wealth power of John Pierpont  Morgan, s So he must individually  be a very honest man in * order to  always do right by his fellow men  and to act for the greatest good to  the greatest number. /In charity  he has given < $1,000,000 to the  Lying-in hospital of New York  city, $500,000* to the -New York  Trade School, $100,000 to St.  George's Episcopal School and  $150,000 to St. George's Memorial  House.  To those employed in his banking  house he is an autocrat, supreme,  inflexible; whose words form a law  that cannot be broken with impunity. To his friends he is a simple  and unaffected companion, whose  conversation, always entertaining,  sometimes abounds with the keenest  wit and the most rollicking humor.  To all members of the human race  with whom he is not acquainted or  in business relations he is about as  inaccessible as the czar of Russia.  He is popularly supposed to be  worth 'about $00,000,000 in his own  right. He is steadily opposed to  speculation. Finance to him is a  great science.  Whenever a corporation gets sick  Dr. Morgan is called in. He is the  one man whom Jay Gould feared,  and one of the few to whom the  Vanderbilts bow. He controls absolutely the tens of millions of  American securities held by wealthy  Englishmen and English corporations. He is gruff and emphatic in  speech. He is the worst man in  New York to try to interview. ^ He  ? believes in himself. 7vdBis:' desire, is  not for money, but for power./He  wears   loud clothes,, a big. watch  $2,600,000  S 1,700,000  H. S. HOWL AND President.  D. R. WIL1CIK        (ionoral Mann Ker.  E. HAY Inspector.  THE  SAVINGS   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  CURRENT   HA1K   OV    INTKRESr   ALLOWI.D.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  '���^ ��� C?7^ ��� (Z>& 7&T& ��&-& ���^���^ *^\^ ���^���^ -^  ESTABLISHED IN NELSON IN 1890  '���^  GUARANTEED FOR THREE YEARS  ���m  Jacob Dover, The Jeweler, Nelson, B. C.  PRICE LIST OF WATCHES AND'MOVEMENTS- ,  ty  man than a financier. He is fond  of a good'dinner, a good cigar and a  glass of wine. His favorite flower  is the rose, and his favorite sport  yachting. He is J. Pierpont -Mor-  gan and there is no one like him.  -' Bodies .Recovered.  Kkmerbr, Wyoming, February 27.  ���Eight bodies were recovered to-  'day from the Diamondville mine,  wherel32 men perished in Monday's  fire. Fire damp finally drove" out  the searchers and it is probable no  more bodies will^ be recovered for  several days. '  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  i <���  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Boarding and Day School for Girls. Will re'  open January 15th. Terms moderate. For term I  and prospeotue apply to '-  MADAMOISELLE KERN. Principal.  TEACHER   WANTED.  Teacher wanted for Velvet Mine school, near  Itossland. Salary $30. Address applications tb  K.H. Browne, Velvet Mine, Rossland, Secretary  ofBoird. -  MRS. CARR  -     _   LATE OP VANCOUVER   . ,  .. LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formerly occupied by-Miss MacMUlan,  Victoria^Block.' _     -"       _., '  ?,��Tho patronage of Nolson ladies solicited.        - '  pr. Hawkey v  Has Removed to the  TURNER^BOECKH BLOCK-  .      Corner of Ward and Baker Streets.  ,Tf(E GREAT LABOR  SAVINC  INVENTI0JI  INVALUABLE TO    BUSINESS   AND   PROFESSIONAL  I MEN  ' Vrhe>Can-Dex Copyingjlook and \\\\.  Letters and other documents can be copied perfectly and quickly without tho use or water,  press, brush or moisturo pad.  JOHN'BLANEY, Agent, Nolson, B. C.  Vanguard Movement and Imperial 30-Year Filled Case- .$37  Crescent St., 21 Jewels, Imperial 30-Year Filled Case...   28  P. S. Bartlett Movement, 17-Jewel Nickle Case . r  Appleton Tracy Movement, 17-Jewel Silver Case  S 8,76  20.00  We handle all kinds of Watches and Jewelry, and sell them to compete with Eastern Prices.  ���   .  Our Watchmaking and Jewelry department has no,equal in Kootenay.   Mail orders-receive prompt and careful-attention,'  \%;  -^��  _, y*-3  ' $  ���=*' *^ t_  am  . <i  ���&%.  ^,*  X-*X>t  ?&&  - "<**>#}  DO^ER, The Jeweler.  ,.��-  <���     ' J,  NELSON LICENCE DISTRICT.  Notieo is hereby given that David Church of  Erie has made apolication' under tho provisions  of the "Liquor Liecnco "Act, 1900," for-an-hotel  licence for. the B. (J. Hotel,at Erie, and-that a  meeting of the Board of Licence Commissioners  will be held to consider such application at the  eourt house, at the city of Nelson, on Thursday,  the fourteenth day of March, 1901 at the hour of  eleven o'clock iu tlio forenoon.  W. II. BULLOCK-WEBSFER  .   Chief Licence Inspector.  Chief Constable's Offlco, Nelson, B. C.  27th February, 1901.  ESTATE OF FRANK S. .CAMPBELL.  In the matter of the Estate of Frank S. Campbell, late of tho City of Nelson in the Province  of British Columbia, deceased.    _               .  Notice is horeby given, pursuant to the "Trustees and Executors Act".of tho revised statutes  of the Province of British Columbia, 1897, Cap.  187, to Jail creditors, and'- others having claims  against the estate of the said Frank 8. Campbell,  Wl]  - J7 P��     -    -  to Messrs. Galliher & Wilson of the said city of  ..ho died on or about lhe-23rd day of December)  lA. D. 1900, to'send-by post prepaid or delivered  Nelson, solicitors foi. Glenn M. Bonny, the administrator of the personal estate and effects of tho  said deceased, or to the said Glenn .M, Benny of  tho town of Sirdar in" the provluce cf British  Columbia, - their Christian and surnames, addresses, descriptions and- full particulars of their  claims, Htatomont of their accounts and the nature of tho security. If. any, hold by them, on or  beforo the 1st day of April, A. D. 1901:  - And further tako notice that aftor such last-  mentioned date tho said administrator will proceed to distribute tho assets of tho deceased to  tho parties entitled thoreto, having regard only  to tho claims of which ho shall tlion have notice.  The said administrator will not bo liable for the  said assets or any part thereof to any person or  Eorsons of whoso claims notice shall not have  eenrecolvod by him at tho time of-such distribution. . QALLIHKIt & WILSON,  Solicitors for-Glonn M. Bonny, administrator  for Frank P. Cumpboll, deceased "'  Dated this 20th day of February, 1901.  KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOSPITAL   SOCIETY.  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.  In accordance with :the bylaws of tho Society,  the annual general meeting will be held in the  Board of Trade room on Tuesday, March 12th, at  3 o'clock p m. -.. ������'-������.-.' ��� ���:,��� V  All annual-subscribers of the sum of $10aro  members of the Society and eligible to take part  in the election of directors for the ensuing year.  NOTICE OF CHANGE OF TITLE.  Notice is horeby given that at tlio annual meeting of - tho Kootenay Lako General Hospital  Society a resolution will be moved a��klngthe  lioutenant-governor-in- council to grant a change  of title from'The Kootenay Lako General Hospital Society" to "The Nolson General Hospital  Society.",.' '     -     -  ���   ,P   F. W. SWANNELL, Secrotary.  NOTICE.  ���      Rossland, B,C, November 9th, 1900.  To F. B. Salisbuby :  Notice is hereby given that I, William Griffiths,  Intend to claim the interests in tho following  named mineral claims formerly held by F. B.  Salisbury, on which he has neglected to > pay his  share of the expenses of the annual assessment  work.-To wit:  A one-half (1) interest in tho "Bunkor-Hill'  mineral claim;  A one half (J) interest in the "Sullivan" mineral  claim.  A one-half (J) interestin tho "Fidelity" minora,  claim.      . ��� ���:������-'  All the adjoining claims, Ituated on the west  fork ��� of the north fork of Salmon river, In the  Nelson Mining Division,  This action Ts taken under Section 11 of Chapter 45, of the statutes of 1899 and amendments of  1900. WILLIAM B. TOWNSEND,  Agent for William Griffith* *  C. P. R. Watch Inspector.   Time received every morning from Montreal by direct wire.  ���-iM?|  ������??w  ^i��^ ���!> ��^���^ ^>^^ ^^^ %^���^'^^���^c=y' ^^^ '^l^' &  ���*\< i  Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown).Fairview Addition.  Office on Baker Street, west of Stanloy Street  NELSON. *  C. D. J. CHRISTIE  .' General Broker  ; <"   "���:���l  .   FIRE,  LIFE'AND^ j  ~ .-.   ACCIDENT INSURANCE    ,  Money to loan at 8% or on the Installment plan.  t     ~>       , ~^________m-_____���  7   '        ���   ForlSale[. " '  The Haywood place. -Price'and terms on 'application. , j' ��������-.( ��� ^^ v  3 fifty foot lots on Robson street . . . 9800 00  2 twenty live foot lots; Observatory St .. G00 00  A2&foot lot<opposite* the Phair Hotel, a  bargain '     .-       650 00  '   Several other good buys are on my list.  t   ��� For Bent.   ���     ^  7 Room Houso, Carbonate Street $30.00  6 Room House, Mill Street 25.00  A Ground-Floor Olllce .'  25.00  i Room Cottage 12 50  The Hay ward place.   Cabins for rent.  See my list of Real Estate.  A FULL LINE OF  - Front Doors .  Inside Doors  ' Screen Doors  Windows:,.   .  - Inside Finish  ,   _*     " ���      ���'looal and ooaa&. ',  ,  -  ,    .' 7'  Flooring. , .^  - local and coaau.  Newel Posts ; . ,  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles.'  .' Rough, and-  Dressed Lumber  i__^_���. ..-   -t--of all klnde.    -.��� , - ,. _^���L  in  i^************ta -  The census of Canada will be taken"in April, and the pop- .  - ulation of the several-' incorporated cities will be known a ^short  ' time afterwards. " The Tribune^ publishes Daily and Weekly "  editions at the following rates of subscription by mail: Weekly, _'  one year $2; Daily, six^ months, $2.50; one'year, $5. The Dailyv  is delivered in Nelson by carrier at the following^ rates: Three  months, $2.50; six months, $5; one year, $10. A' large number -  of subscribers are in arrears, and a'large number of subscriptions *  - are about to expire, besides aiarge number of people' in Kootenay  f aud Tale are about to renew subscriptions for newspapers for the,,  year.   In order to make it an object for all 'these people to pat- -  - ronize The 'Tribune, the following sums are offered as prizes,ron  the following conditions \ < ~_ .  ���> ' " *' "      i'     J  Canada ..." : ���:. $100  British'Columbia ...       -  25,  North^est^Territories .... 26  , Manitoba1..:......../.... - 26^  'Ontario ���>..."...:,':t\A.. A'-i25  Quebec ���-. t ..   26  New 'Brunswick,........ "26  Nova Scotia: ". ���    26  Nelson v.'....;?:.... A.. .-$60^'l  Rossland ���      25  Kaslo;...., '. 25  Sandon".'....-.. .-.A. v ^ 26'  Revelstoke...... ���..,. .^c25, -J  Grand?, Forks'.. i  25^  Phoenix, ' .*..   26  Greenwood 77. ?26  IV WHAT TOU WANT IB NOT IN BXOOC  WE.WILL MAKE IT FOB TOU  CALL ANDOET PBIOBS.  J. A. Sayward  .. BALL AND LAKE BTHBHTB, KBUOZT    - -  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDKYX AND VKBNON BTRS1STS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 Whito Pine Lumber Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work-will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  H. E. T. HMJLTAIN, G. E.  The subscriber remitting' i$2<;in' paynient'of either, arrearss  or advance subscriptions" to Thb Tribune will be entitled'to give  an estimate on the population of any two places in the list named  above ; $2.50, to three estimates; $5.00, to five estimates ; $10, to  ten estimates. Fill out blank below, in accordance with above  terms, and remit amount of subscription to     ' ,   "'  The Tribune Association, Limited  NELSON, B. C.  iiiiiiiniiiiTTiTTirrTnriinnr<innnTriimiinnniiiTiiniiiiiiimmiTTt��TTmmnmiTq  Name .  Post Office.  Province  Amount enclosed $....         - Subscription to Edition of The Tribune  - Estimate as to population of  British Columbia  ' North-West Territories  Manitoba  Ontario  Quebec  New   Brunswick  Nova   Soctia  City of' Nelson  City of Rossland  City   of  Kaslo  City of Sandon  City of Revelstoke  City of Grand Forks  City pf Phoenix  City of Greenwood  This offer holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.   ixzzxxxxizzzixxxzxxzxxzxzxxxzixuxxznzziuzizxxxzxzxzxznozxzxx) iiiiMiiiiiimuiiiim nM  MINING  ENGINEER  OFFICE-8, 9, 10,  .K.-W.-.C Block  NELSON  The Cabinet Cigar Store  ���G. B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   " POMMERY"  "SMILAX"   "VIRGIN   GOLD"  Smoking and 'Pipes.  MORRISON & CALDWELL  GROCERIES  AND  PROVISIONS  OUR LEADERS-  The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter  In all sized, packages and 1-pound bricks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spfces  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Street, Nefison  ���M-KiaONfMINBRS' UNION NO. 96. W/F.tf' .'*,���-r ?*S5i  ' ���"   M.���Meets ln miners', anion rooms, north- *V ��� 'A-ir^i  TRADES  UNIONS.  AAkW-  .AMM.  east oorner Vlctorlaand Kootenayjtreete, every..  Saturday evenlns at 8. o'clock. ^Visiting nem'^*;-.:.!  bers welcome. M. R. Mowatt, President. Jame . ? 'yy,-^jt  Wilkes,.,Socretary. . Union Scale of Wagks ;"-<*vVi%$#1  fob .Nelson    Distbict���Por  shift,-- machine;1  $~ -i^g  mon, $3.50: hammersmen miners, $3.25; muckers, ,-<  J-y?^  carmen, shovelers and other underground labor- '. .'7^cX';f-.(J$7m  ers.^.00., ...       ;;      ^    ..^���-'^���^ii^jl  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The roga.-? "'^��'-��^1  lar meetings of the Nelson Trades and Labor -i' -' ������' ��� =!*(fi  Council will be held ln the miners'-union hall," S>  C. P. R. building,  corner Baker and Stanloyw  tnloK  each  -^1  Hall, oorner Uaker and Kootenay stroete, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.. visiting Knighu ,  oordlally invited to attend.- H. M. Vincent C. C.  A. T. Park, g.~ of RTte^S. -   ' -        '  KOOTENAY TKNT NO. 7. K. O. T. Jtf.���'  -Hold thoir regular meetings on tho first und  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights-aro cordially invited to attend, u. A.  Brown, R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; R. J. Steel.  DrSrV.   -**-���-���-���   - ���"���   -~     -  - ���  sti-eets, on the first and, third Thursday of eaoh - - 7  'month, at 8 p, m. C.lJ. Clayton. President.-, "^ a  tA.T. Curie, Secretary. J,>   ,.    -, u~-^~ V-^'  THB regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union"'  , are held, on Wednesday evening of each  week, ab 7 o'clock, in tho Miners' Union hall cor-.  n��r Victoria', and' Kootenay~streets.-^Charles ���<  Claj ton, 'President  John MeLeod, Secretary. "^  ���DARBKRS' UNION.-Nelson Unlon^NoTlBfJ. "of:  ���*-*   the In ternationalJourneymen Barbers Union of America, meets every first and third Monday of eaoh month in Miner's Union Hall, corner  of Victoria.and Kootenay sb  sharp.   "*-"    "    '"  7:%0X  SA^JM  at" 8:30 D.m.-           .. ��� lly Invited to i��. a -iw��s  attend.' R. McMahon,- preddont: /."H. Matba'/fyy^M  .*4ft  Visiting  brothers ooi  ' R. McMahon,' presldf   son/secrotary-U-easurer; J. C. Gardner, recording,.  /sccre_tary. i ,-- " <, _ ~ __* - _- j- 'y\^ >."   ~ '  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers', Pro ^  tectlve Union. No. 8121, A. F. of U, meets inH-  - Miners' Union hall, C. P. R.-block, corner'.of  Eaker and Stanley streets, every Monday even!  "at7'30p.m. sharp. Visiting members of the Amerl  , can   Federation   oordlally Invited   to'attend,  A.  J. Curio, President.v*John'-" Roberts;-, ro-l  "cordingsecretary.��������>���'      -v;'    ^ r���-r'., ",*���*&'-*  ELSON PAINTERS" UNION-Th^; regular  meeting of the  Painters' Union! ls^'held  tho flrst and third Fridays in eaoh month at Mln- ���  "era's Union hall at 7:30-sharp." J."H. Mill ward,  President;AVill J. Hatch,.Secretary..   ,       .:   , '  OOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION ���Regular^  meetings   every Tuesday ovoning at 8 30  'o'clock, in MmerH* Union nail, corner of Baknr  and Stanley streets.   Vlsting brethren cordially '  invited., Chi is. Luft, president; H. Smclser, financial and recording secretary. ,v  LA8TERKRS' UNION-The O..P. I. A, No.  172, meets every Monday evening ln tho  Klllot blook, oorner Baker and Stanley streets, at  A o'clock.   J.   D.  Mover. > president; William.  Vico, socretary, P. O. Box C1U.   ,, . . i  A  FRATERNAL   80CIETIE&  NELSON LODGB, NO. S3. A. V. fc Al M  Meets second Wadneada   *        lay In.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodge. No ~  36, Knights of'Pythias, meets la~i,JB. O. V.  XTKLSON L. O. L.. No. 1692. meete ln L O. O. F.  xi .Hall, oorner Baker and  ��� . .ii.il. ��i  1st'and-3rd  brethem cor .    M, A. Mlnty. Recording-Secretary,  Kootenay - streets,  of oach month.   Vlsltli'g  Friday  __      .  brethern cordially Invited.   W. W. Bradley, V  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To Geo. H. Lammkks, J. R. Cranston, or to  any porson oi- persons to whom ho may have  transferred his Interost ln the Harvey Joy  mineral claim, at Morning Mountain, Nolson  Mining Division.  You are hereby notified that I have expended  Ono Hundred Dollars in labor and improvement* -  upon the above mentioned mlneralrolaliii, In  order to hold said minoral claim under tho  provisions of tho Mineral Aot, and'If within  ninety days from tlio dato of this notice you fall  orrofuRO to contribute your proportion of such  expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your interest in said claim will become the  property of tho subscriber, under section four of  an Act entitled "An Act to Amend the Mineral  Aot, 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.  Dated this 12th day of December, 1900.   NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNERS  To T. A. Stkvknbom, or to any person or persons to whom lie may have transferred hi*  interest in tho Lila minoral claim, ut Morn  ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:  You arc horoby notified that I havo expended  the sum of Ono Hundred nnd Fif ty-Scvon Dollars  In labor and  initirovomonts   upon   the abovo  mentioned mineral claim, in ordor to hold buld  mineral  claim  under  tho   provisions   of   the  Minoral Act. and if within ninety days from the  dato of this notice you fail or refuso looontributo  your proportion of such expenditure, together  with all costs of advertising, your interest in paid  claim will becomo tlie property of tho subscriber,  under section four of an Act entitled "An Act to  Amend the Mineral Act, 1900/'^^   ^^  Dated this 12th day of February, 1901.  Notice of  Application to  License.  Transfer a  Notice Is hereby given that I intend to apply at)  tho noxt sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners of tho City of Nolson for permission  to transfer my rotail liquor license for the premises situato on tho south end of Lot 1, Block G, in  tho City of Nolson^and known as the Manhattan  saloon, to Charles H. Ink and Slegel Boyd.  ' CHARLES'A.  WATERMAN.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 15th day of, February. 1901.  Witness: Arthur K. Vauqhan.    -   MUSIC.  Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate ln vocal and Instrumental muslo. Is now prepared to receive  pupils for Instruction in voloe oulture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A. Macdonald building, corner Josephine and  Vernon street. \ f  *���*I1 I  in  h.  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON'&$:-THURSDAY FEfeKttABT 28,1901  i  if!'  ��������'  Assayers Supplies  We carry in stock a full line of Assayers' and Chemists'  Supplies. Tic quality of our goods cannot be excelled  an J  our  prices'are   rpasnna hie. -=-=-.-=���^=l===      ���  We are British Co'.umbla Agents for ���  THE DENVER FIRE CLAY CO.'S GOODS  WM. AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  \A?  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VICTORIA  BLOOK NELSON,. B. O.  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  Tew  NELSON, 8. C.  Builders and  Contractors  k.~>  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick &  Lime Company', Limited, of Nelson, I beg- to ask for a continuance  of the patronage' which you have, heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supply you with our produets at lowest  possible prices." Being* in a position to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than before, we shall be, able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  _<."!-'<',.  . It is our intention to install, machinery to manufacture our  marble products, and next season we shall be ink position to supply  these products at reasonable rates. - " v   _  We shall also Keep on hand a  Tiles and Cement,  stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  -' Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the  v Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year. We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.".     -   "-   -     .   <_ -y /-,*   -  77 , ' We -are prepared to offer .special rates to Contractors 'and  Builders.     '��� ���:   . A A      _s   .yt       ���.-      '~\*^    ,,    r    -���  , ;~      T Av'"a    BRlifBSJ'MANSFIELD,,   :  _7~       \ / for the Mansfield .Manufacturing Company.-  _  ' "-��� XZ X-       ^ <f~~__r    i- <, -"^  ^i      --���-      ~ '-<������'   ������- -7^__  ������ z "~ ��,v" /        ,,-������ w- ���   '   '    >-*   ',    i Successor* to, _       -- "-,"    " 2  r- ���  >   -;    Tbe" West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd:  "V,.  1 *?*.*"! 3!  A$S  tefft  < A-"'  lit.  The New  Shoe  CITY LOCAL HEWS  The concert given at the Congregational church last evening by the  Young Men's Social Club was well  attended and all present enjoyed  themselves. The membership of  the club ia-growing aud good results are being obtained from it.  The mail, passenger, freight, and  in fact all traffic has once more been  stopped on the Spokane Fulls and  Northern. It is said that the  engine of the train which left here  yesterday morning met with an  accident or gave out when tlie train,  reached "Waneta.  At the library concert to be held  at the opera house this evening W.  H. D6wsing of Spokane, who has  arrived in tbe city,-will contribute  "One Hour in v Wonderland." Mr.  Dowsiug is an expert juggler and  gave this entertainment in Nelson  some -time ago. Other selections  will be given.  At tho meeting of the board of  license commissioners held Tuesday  af ternoon-the transfer of the license  of the Valley hotel at Ymir' from  John Cosgrove to A. Anderson was  granted. The next'meeting of the  board will be held on Thursday?  March 14th, to consider the application for license fiom David Church  of Erie.  The city workmen were engaged  yesterday in laying a sidewalk on  the south side of Victoria street,  from Josephine to Hall. As the  weather has become more springlike tbe crew will be kept at sidewalk laying until the work which  has been authorized by the council  has been" completed. Laying the  outlet pipe "of the sewer on Cedar  street at the Take front was completed yesterday.", "   ~  .Several inquiries concerning the"  selling of the city.debentures have  been "received from parties in'  Eastern Canada, New York, Chicago  and, other , places. City. : clerk  Strachan is-now' communicating  witli these investment' companies,  -and'besides sending an explanation  concerning the ' debentures-.he "is  also, sending a statement: of the  financial".condition of the-city,  accompanied by. an��� article- on"- its.  "progress^since* it ./was incorporated.  WILL FICHT WITH POWELL  EMPRESS SHOES  'For women are too well-known to  need much comment. They are,  without doubt, the best of all  $3.50, $4, and $4.50 Shoes.  V-4  ;T:We  tion  refer- our readers who ques-  their   quality   to friends who  have'Vorn them. " -j  CALL  AND   INSPECT.  Baker  Street,  Nelson  t  The Nelson Clothing House  Great Slaughter Sale..  ������  FROM 10 TO 26% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  Ill  1. il  In order lo niako room for Spring Goods, 1 have decided to sell for tho noxt (hlrty days all  goods In stock at greatly reduced prices. All luavy goods away down, cost not considered, and in  Clothing, Gonts' FurniHhinirn, Hats anil Caps, and Boot* and Shoos I will give from 10 to 25 por cent  (llHConnL, and nil Kubbei Goods at cost Now is tho clianco to pavtako of tho best bargains ever  offered in Iho Kootenays. My slock Ih all now and- up-to-date and tho salo Is gonuine, so now avail  yourself of tho best opportunity to got gooJ gooda at less Uian wholesale prices. Remember this is  (or only 30 dayn. _....^.^m________mw_______________m_________.  J.  A.   QIUICBR,   Proprietor.  A:  from 75c to $3.50.  ii*.''  \t.  !  *->���>-  ii =.  For the balance of this month we are offering special reductions in  Carvers, Ladies Companions and Nickle-Plated Copper Ware.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVURES  AND  ETCHINGS  of Landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase '  of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  ,v "Becruits Accepted' Yesterday. -  Recruiting of ithe volunteers from  Nelson for mounted police duties, ih  South" Africa was completed by the  recruiting < officers. Dr." "Kennedy  and lieutenant ' Beeiy yesterday,  with the exception of swearing the  men in, which will take^place at the  armory at 9 o'clock this jtnorning.  Out of 40- applicants %33 -were  Accepted and those who will go are >  as follows : ~     '"'.." - ,  Nelson ��� H. B. - Davis,1- .George  Partridge, B. L. Beid, J. L. Atchison;  J. Granely, TvID: Curtis, W. J.  Thompson, -M.VH. , Dobie, * J. G.  Stewart, A. A. Steele, H. Gardiner.  J. McNie, A'. M. Clark,. D. ,Donald-i  son, S. Calkin, O. Bobinsoiv W. H.  Smyth, C. G. Hislop, E. Nicholson,  W. Shanks, J. Blaney, A. D. E. McKinnon, J. McCutcheon. H. McRae,  ~J7~&7 Fraser, ATMcKay7"ZrI^efeBiieT  W.. J. Campbell and Arthur P.  Walbey.  Kaslo���R. L. Willis. -     '  Ymir���L. AtkinsoD.  Sandon���D. W. Baker.  Rossland���L. A. Dodds.  In the morning the 'examination  in riding and   shooting was conducted and all proved to be' proficient in each branch.   It is said  that the men   obtained   hei'e arc  much superior to those accepted at  Rossland,   although    those'- taken  from the latter place' were good.  The recruiting has been very,satis-"  factory to all concerned.  This evening at' 0 o'clock1 the  Nelson boys will parade at the  armory, and from there they will  march to the boat, led .by the military band. The Rossland boys will  arrive in Nelson on the 10:10 train  and will also be [escorted to the  boat. Two applicants from Boss-  land are expected to-arrive in f Nelson this morning and will at once be  given an examination. That will  make thirty-five men in all that  will have been recruited in this city.  Dr. Kennedy and lieutenant Beer  leave tomorrow morning for Fort  Steele, where they expect to recruit  about ten men.    -  was-'well-received. The three-bout  boxing contest between Dick Slug  and Harry Watkins (colored) of  Winnipeg was the principal feature  of the evening. At the close mayor  Fletcher made a short address and  presented Mr. Thompson with a  lai iat,^af ter which the latter made  a short ybtft appropriate reply,  ..when three cheers were given him.  It is understood that Mr. Thompson  will b'e presented with a purse containing a handsome sum of money  today.  RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT  Tho Robson Bridge.  H. W. D. Armstrong, the engineer  in charge of the construction of the  bridge' 6ver' the river "at Robson,  was iu the city yesterday and reports the work  progressing well.  The east and west abutments have  been completed and piers No. 1 and  0,   which ^adjoin these,  have also  been finished.   The foundation for  the pier upon .which the pivotrwill  be placed,, being No. 4, has been  completed to the level of the water.  The caissons for piers Nos. 2 and 3  have been constructed" and  will be  sunk   into. '<pluce .with    concrete  within a few days.    The masonry  work is  also   getting along   well.  All the piles that will be required  to complete the work have been delivered. _"These will be used chiefly  in the construction of pier. No.  5,  and also ^for dolphins, to which a  schooner./will   be anchored, from  which the   masonry of   the deep  water'piers will be done.  Although  the water in the river is quite low,  it is expected that it.will drop at  least   another foot.     During low.  water the  work is, being concentrated on the mid-river piers, so as  ���to > raise - the    masonry   structure  above the;high water  mark.    Conr  tractor Gunn has found that the  stone .from  the  quarry,-, whfch is  some distance east of Nelson, iu delivered in too rough a.stage.   Hep  visited^ -the * quarry   yesterday^to'  remedy ;thii if possible... A- new  consignment of cement to he[ used  at the'lbridge. is now.-on  the way  from Vancouver.     ^'- " .   '  ", yi  ImJ^ f"l! t,v "  HI.   ZBTTIEiiS   <fc   OO.  2STBHL.S03ST  KASLO  BA.3STU03ST  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES I  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Ageqts for tlie Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES.  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TELEPHONE R store. Corner Baker and Josephine Stieet  Goes" Into Commission -Today.   ",  The - new^tug Valhalla"- had- its  first run yesterday and proved an  excellent boat in every respect.  Although a'few minor.details remain  to be completed she will be put into'  toWing'service" today and will .'haul  barges from Kooteuay Landing to  Ifrocter. iThe'ftug -Procter, which  now-hasi'that run, will*- be laid /off,  as better work- can Jbe done with  the new_boat".,l Captain; Taylor of  the tug Ymir will be 'given charge  'of the Valhalla and;,will be assisted  by a crew of "seven, men.   Captain  JKurt'z   of ���-the   Procter   will  take  charge of'the'Ymir and  will also,  be given seven men.   Owing to the  heavy rush of .freight" the company  found  it  necessary ,tq put on a  faster service and as the -Ymir and  the Valhalla are^thertwo fastest  tugs in eastern British Columbia a  much better service will be had.  ~   Return of Captain'Troup.  Captain Troup, formerly superintendent   of the_C._P. R..for the.  Tiootenays,   aud -lately  appointed  manager of   the Canadian^ Pacific  Navigation Company,J with head-  , quarters  at .��� Vancouver,, returned <  from the east last evening, where  he has been for the' past two weeks.  In speaking of his appointment he  said that he was well satisfied and  would probably leave''Sunday, or  Monday next to take charge'of his  new   duties. ���.- Captain Troup has  beeu in the service of the company  here'for the past-eight years'and  regrets leaving the many'friends he  has made during his stay,,.   About  twenty years ago'h,e was employed  as captain by the Canadian Pacific  Navigation Company,- -which   ha*  lately been purchased by'the C.P.B,  The  experience .he received then  will be of service to him -now.    In  speaking of the east captain Troup  said that he found   the   railroad  companies   decidedly    busy    and  heavy traffic was quite noticeable.  During   his   trip   he  visited New  York, Boston, St. John and other  eastern cities.  tlie Tremont hotel as a cook. For  some reason this organization fell  to pieces, but recently it'was reorganized, and Snell yesterday applied for a membership card. His  application was refused, and as near-  as can be ascertained the refusal  .was upon the ground that he is a  black man. As one who was under  the impression that ,the Cooks' and  Waiters' Union was organized for  the purpose of keeping up wages  aucl for driving out'Chinese cooks  and helpers, I think that some explanation, is due from the officers of  the Cooks' and Waiters' Union for  their refusal to grant a membership  card to John Snell.  - - C. P. Loudin. ���  PERSONAL.  William Mclntyre of Bobson is at  tho Tremont. ���> "*  H. A. Small  of Vaucouver is in  tho clfy for a tow daj o. j ..   .,  Captain Gifford came down from  tho Sltver King yesterday.  'E. yV. Sa'ndiiands, a mining man  of Sandon, is in Nelson today. "    ~  , Bobert Bullick of Winnipeg  arrived in tho city yesterday,    x  James Boyer of Ymir, and W. S.  Dow of Creston are at the Queen's.  o Smith Curtis, M. L. Al, of Boss-  land passed through the city yesterday. *    - ""-  C.  P. Hannington, "the C.'P. B.  engineer of Fort Steele, was in Nelson yesterday.  Mayor'Carlson-and- ���G. "ONBu-  chanan of Kaslo were ln the'city on business  yesterday. - .   ,-���-:,_   ^ _*j  ^  \ S. Fitzgerald of. Sandon and -W.  ,C. Dalgleish of Ainsworth are registered at tho  Madden house. < . ��� >    ��� - '-.  .  -��� .^-r  ".John Loye'of Winnipeg, G. B.  Maim of St Paul and G. At Mitchell of Rossland  are at the Humo. - _ >  - J: C. Busk and T. Arthur of Portland paid a visit to tho city yosterday..' They aro  at tbo Phair. -        _    ���;-*..- /    '  Lee "COombs r of tBossland, T. ^P.  ���Mclntyre of Winnipeg," Lewis , Thompson of  Moyie and James Ryan of Cranbrook 'are at the  Phhir.    ���   t     . -'       i *< s~'ij s^��� ���-<l_.  ~5~A   BPSiWEaa mention!       ^  - "i i /-- - *        ,    j,    -      *���*���  ,CelIar to Jtent���Apply The-Boyal  Bank of Canada.'   .. - " i    ,.  J      ���* .  ' To let���Furnished-rooms in Carney block? A^ply Miss Gariitt. i  Go to the Old -Curiosity Shop if  you want to bay or sell anything.    *���  Cash paid for scrap iron,  brass  and copper.  Nelson Iron Works. -��� **      . ���> "  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn-on Vernon stroet).* Telephono  oall 3S.    - ~    �� ��� j-  ���.Wanted.���A good smart,' sober  man to act as porter and yaid man at the Hotel  Phair.  For Bent.���Two fine offices centrally located. Apply to A.^H. Buchanan. Bank  of Montreal.  .. "r Two large,' well-furnished rooms  to let.-' 1 and*5 Macdonald block, corner Josephine and Vernon. - -     ,  Lost���A'red pocketbook containing money; $10 reward for its roturn to adjutant  McGill, Salvation Army.       ^  \\wz%M^  flp  \\w*^^ss��i  yjfi^^-1  W      'kSv_\  ���1  I?/  j  rv.    |  r   J -  I*    ���   *^^  ^yl?  *   -  Jj   IO|  ^*  CHEESE  Perhaps you did not know,  but we want you to learn  now and remember that  we make a feature of  cheese of all kinds.  MacLaren's Imperial In all 8izes. '"-  MacLaren's Roquefort.  Imported Swiss.    ���  Also the Finest Canadian Cream.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSONi  The Leading Grocers:  Telephone; 10  K-W-C Bakep Street  ft  THE   PROSPECTORS* EXCHANGE  No. 4, K. W. C. Block,    -       NELSON, B. C.  " _,     ' ���*    i   ,_~-    Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Bxchange.     -    _.  "  Z Free-Mllllnfir Gold Properties wanted at once <or Eastern ��� Investors.    **'  J , *;  "-J    '   ' <��� i      ~." '   <>    f-  1 Partleshavlncr mining-property for sale aro requested to send famplos of their oro totho^  .Exchange for exhibition.- We desire to hear from all proHi>ectora who have promising mineral,  claims in British Columbia.' -.       * -. . ~ J,~"T '"'"*-,���"  Prospectors and mining men arc requested to make the Exchango tholr headquarters wheri  in Nelson.   '   - �� J���"vrv       ~r.��� _' ^,   .     ' ->      ���*       __  -~-,^_xt:+      v   ~  Correspondence solicited."  All samples should be sent by expross, Prepaid.  Address all communications to    J   '   ' I ' 7  -Telephone; 104 ,      '..-." ANDREW ~F.  ROSENBERGER,  ��� '-,     P.O. Box ,700   .���--..   't.       ,   ,    y  r.    . Nelson, B.C.  ..iiliiiiiiiliimTTTniimmillHlTmilllimTlTtTii ��i.mtm-rniiiriintmmm.millmrl|iir  rTTTTTYTCTiniiitTTtTnrTmnTTmtinn-illlliiminmi iriiilliimium  \       -��  ���?,  . -   j'  " _.   ,yy_   '* J .      - -- ,  X1Z30XXXX  ��� OUIt SPECIAL SALE OF A NEW CONSIGNMENT OF WHITEWEAR IS STILL ON.,  Ladies. Flannelette ^Nightgowns regular^$1.00 for-70c'   ���  - " Ladies Flannelette Nightgowns regular' S1.76l~forrS1.25   e>-  "Misses" and Childrens Drawers, to clear at 26c. J  ,    Black-Satin Shirt Waists, to clear at $1.00   -    .  Black and Colored Mercerized Shirt Waists, worth $2, for $1.25  A special, drive'in Boys Wool'Hose.   We. have too   many of  these and as long as they last will sell at these prices:   . -  Heavy Ribbed Wool Hose, 45c line at 25c-^ -  ".    'Heayy^Ribbed Wool Hose, 60c line at 35c   -  "   , Heavy" Ribbed-Wool Hose,; 65c\lirie'at 45c     i-     '   '  We are daily opening, new  spring goods which   we will sell at_ remarkably 'low prices'  '-   . ' ,        . -   -        lo suit tho times.       ' . ,    r  A. FERLAND &CO.  .llHIIHTTrtmTTTr.mmTITimmimiimmmill   rrmTimHIIIllIllIUlIllHTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTlrTCTT  Japan Tea of all kinds to suit  your taste.  Sun Cured. Spldor Log, Pan Fired  in built or package*.  Kootonay Coffee Co.  'Wantefl���A few first-clasB stonemasons and stonecutters on the Robson brli  Union wages paid  Ounn.   ���  Apply at the work.  Jo  'fa  Leaves for Montreal.  Beasley, who has been  I,  Houston Block,  lelephons 181.  f. O. Sox 176.  JOHN i IRVING & C0.I  The Thompson Sendoff.  The farewell smoker given by the  eity officers and members of the  fire department at the opera house  last evening in honor of ex-ehief  Thompson was successful. The  lower floor was crowded and the  building was well filled. City clerk  Strachan presided in an excellent  manner. A select program of  music, songs and acrobatic turns  was well rendered and appreciated.  The trapeze act, contributed by  Messrs.1 Johns, Steed and Curran,-f  II. E. tieasley, who has ueen in  Nelson for the past two weeks, and  actiug as superintendent in the absence of captain Troup, - leaves tliis  morning for Montreal. After a few  days there he -will return to the  Coast to take charge of the position  he has just been promoted to.  Drawing the Color Line.  To the Editor of The Tribune: I  desire to call public attention to a  case of color discrimination in Nelson labor circles. John Snell is a  colored cook, who has been known  to Nelson people for the past two  years. He was one of the organizers of the first cooks* and waiters'  union in Nelson, while employed afc.  Found.���A pocket-book containing a small.sum of money. Owner can have  same by proving property and payiug for this  advertisement.  Nelson'    Employment'   Agency,  Baker street, J. H. Love.  Wanted���Fintt-cla %.  hotol cook, waiters, girl for housework,  tie  makors. ,  For fresh candies, fruits, nuts, &c���  cigars and tobaccos of the best brands, call at tho  .Bon Ton Confectionery, Baker street, Miss A.  L. Klinkwltz.  Furnished Room to Let���Large  front room to let; centrally located. Apply toM.  M. Fraser, East Victoria streol, noar corner of  Hondryx.  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  are selling at thirty cents per pound ii giving  the bost of satisfaction to our many customers.  Kootenay Coffoe Co.  For rent���On~Maich 1st, house on  corner of Fiont and Pail: streets. Five rooms,  bath room, etc. Rent, including water, $25. Apply to E Kilby, next door to McBride's stables.  Western Canadian Employment  Ofllce- Male and female help of all kinds furnished free of charge. Victoi la street, next door  to Public Library.   Phono 270.   P. O. Box 711.  We   have   Indian,   Ceylon    and  China Teas in great variety, choicest quality?  We make a specialty of blending teas and sell  them in any quantity at lowest rates. Kootenay  Coffee Co.  Farm to rent cheap���with' about  300 fruit tree?, one-half aero of strawberries, one-  half aero other email fruits, and Ave acres of  clover. Rent to be paid in making improvements. Apply M, Tribune ofllce or Telephone  91, Nolson.    " - .  $100,000.   .1 want a gold mine  netting 9100,000 annually. Free milling gold prop-  oi ties wanted. Send price, terms, lull report,  eto. to Androw F. Rosonbergor, Room i, K-W-C  Block, Nelson.  Telephone 101  Suitings  All the fashionable creations  in Spring and Summer wear  are included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irish  'Serges,'Tweeds and Worsteds; and Fancy Trouserings  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker atreeb.  FRED J. BQUIRR,-Manager.   ARTHUR   GEE  \ ; MERCHANT TAILOR. _  TREMONT HOTKJj BLOCK.  WE-HAVf  Improved. Incandescent  Mirror Globe Lamps  Now .in Stock. They-  Improve ' Electric Light  Fifty   per   cent.  -  , Large stock of high-class imported goods. A  specialty of the square shoulder���the latest  fashion in coats.  C. W. West & Co^  COAL.!      WOOD!  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  & CONSTRUCTION CO.   Nelaon, B. O.  REMOVAL  The Gait Coal office has been  removed to the Ward building, on v. Baker street���two'  doors- west C. P. B. offices.  A full supply of Gait Coal  now on hand.        *'  Anthracite   Crow's Nest          Blairmoro          XiElLI-VEIRElD  ?10.75  . '6.15  .    6 75  AGENTS IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order oan be accepted unless) accompanied  by cash.       j  Wanted ��� A woman   who   can  take charge of general housework. Three  children. Good homo for right pert>on. Wages  $18 a month. Will pay half faro to Ferguson.  Write at once toll. P. Pettiplece, Ferguson, B C,  care of Eagle.  The Prospectors'. Exchange is the  only place in British Columbia'where prospectors  can exhibit samples of tholr oro to tho mining  Rublio. Send samples of sour oro for exhibition,  oobargo-j mado for exhibiting your oro and  listing your property. Room *,-K.-W. C. Blook.  Nelson.-Telephono JIM, - jj  Offloe:  Corner af Hall  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  W. P. TIERNEY,  Telephone No. 205 .   General Agent.  REMOVAL  Dr. Morrison, Dentist, has roifloved to his  new offices in tho K-W-C block, k  If you want all the Mining  -   News of the Lardeau, you  must  become' a   paid-up  reader of the  LARDEAU EAGLE  Ferguson) b. c.  $2.per, year. It fills the bill  i  |#r  ' *-��t-/ t ^"���v** j<y  vrL ^"y" "t**!  ,**:!vi,,*,"*'V J?   !>��-'2r~ "*"  "TC*.-T -J ��� -  .-L.SL. *r-^H_     ���j  ���  J "li-J-V-,1, Jt.^.1       .P'^H    ��J��    rJ*   i  1 r^-;* ���** b*** ���*���������� -rr


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