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 ,' Sftf'  ipff*mm  -;?k~  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  NINTH YEAR  >,  ���j  .THE TRIBUNE; NELSON B. C. FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  DID NOT DEFY AUTHORITY  JORDAN.  SO   DECLARES  - REINSTATED.  AND   IS  John   Redmond   Holds   Mr.  ���   Responsible for tho Disorderly  Scenes  of Tuesday.  Balfour  : -   London, -March 7.���The under sec-.  * rotary of the foreign   office, lord  Cranborne,  informed a questioner  that the text of the dispatch from  the   British    ambassador   at    St.  Petersburg to the foreign office re-  i porting the oral promise of Russia  to the effect that the Russian occu-  ' nation ,of Manchuria was only, tern-,  , porary, had been seen and approved  by count Lamsdorff, Russian min-j  inter of foreign affairs, at the end?  ! of February.  The speaker, Mr. Gully, announced  that he had received a  letter from  i Jordan to the effect that he'had  'not defied   the  authority  of the  chair, when a number of Irish members were removed from, the house  rby force Tuesday, andori motion of  . Mr. Dillon Mr. Jordan's  name was  'removed from the'list of suspended  f 'members.        . c     ^, .  ,    .^,   -    ,  -   * Miv^ Balfour. ** then ^moved^his^'  " amendment to the'rule'7governing  I the "suspension of recalcitrant lrierii-  ". bers;  'In supporti'ug tlie motion, he  v .rsaid' it was 'necessary io "provide  adequate summary punishment for!  such "physical, resistance   to' the  '^'speakerte.orders >as occurred' Tnes-  "'_. day. ' He trusted .the house would  unanimously agree Jto the amendment.* -The house ought not to re-j  ;, main helpless - against  a ,<memberi  ���   who committed, such,an aggravated  'crime against the'hbuse, an offence"  the danger and "reality of-which  had been.'so painfully, brought before them.' ', -       .,"'.'  : SirLHehry Campbell-Banuerman'.  : .*' alluded-to -the^grossly)disorderly!'  ;��� ' conduct "of ���*' certain 'members, and  ��� said he had'not'a \trorci tbf'say'in!  '   ��� justification ,or' palliation, ,!t but 'he'  ,   -suggested ambdificatibnpf Mr. Bal-.  " -^four's amendment." , "   '  w>,Mr.wJohntRedmond said what had  > occurred was a natural,, ebullition  of feeling against an unjust closure.  .He denied   that it "was   prerriedi-'  tated, aud said the' moral responsibility for what had   occurred was  ' wholly on Mr. Balfour, whose proposal   now was   extravagant  and  unnecessary. ', -*  Lord5 Hugh^ Cecil, Conservative,  moved an .amendment providing  that recalcitrant members should  be imprisoned.'   This was opposed   .by Mr.,.Balfour.-who..pointecLout..  that it would-place too-much responsibility upon the government  and'lord' Hugh Cecil withdrew the  proposal. i   .   /  Several passionate speeches were  made and the ' scene was one of  great excitement. Finally, having  , forced a division by shouting "Aye"  ~when the speaker put the question,  the Irish members joined the rest  of the house in the "No" lobby.  The result being that no one' voted  for the amendment.    .     ,   .' ,  Lord Cecil and 421 others voted  against it. An incident which had  raised much bad blood ended- amid  peals of laughter. Several ineffectual attempts were made to adjourn  the debate. Mr. Balfour appealed to  the house to arrive at a decision before adjourning and the debate  went on.  At 4:30 a.m. he moved a. closure  on the motion for adjournment, but  the motion1 was rejected by 231 to  119 votes and the debate was resumed. At 5:15 a.m. Mr. Balfour's  new rule was adopted by a vote of  264 to 51.  * 5:50 a.m. ��� Under closure <in  amendment by'Mr. Labouchere to  make the term .of suspension two  months was rejected by a vote of  224 to 97.  Mr. Balfour moved that the main  question be put. This was followed  by cheers and uproar mingled with  cries of/'gag." The speaker then  read the new. rule and the house  divided. The house adjourned at  5:40 a.m.  were scattered and fifty of ;them>  were killed. Two of their banners'  were taken."  Pekin, March 7.���A small detachment was sent from Tientsin to  Thang, March 3, to suppressjirigands,  -.Three' companies of infantry, a  squadron-'of cavalry; and a,battery,  all under;I4eut.-Col^ Arnstedt left,  "for Yung Tsing, March" 5, '-with'the  same object.  .. It was asserted today by a high  authority that count von' Walder-'  see's agreement with�� Li .Hung.,  Chang was in response to important  steps already,taken; by the Chinese  government-Co'meet the demands  of.the powers, and upon repreaenta-,  tions made to the powers that the  Chinese regular troops were now  abte to put down robbers. However,'  th^^^^^jvmade this explana-  tife^&Mll^^fct -that the  RUSSIA   AND   MANCHURIA  COUNT    LAMSDORFF    OUTLINES  ���*,  CZAR'S POLICY.  No Permanent Settlement���The Territory Will Be Restored to Its  Former Condition. *'    v "  agM&^lmm^mntative, and  that countvoh^t^^see^ had by  no means laid f down . his. authority.  'in favor of. the.Chiriese government^  -, To Co-operate With Menelik. u  - London, March 7r^Two. British  officers major H. A. Tracy and captain R. P. Cobbold,"start, tomorrow  for Adis, Abeba, capital of Abyssinia, where they will act as advisers tp'the' Abyssinian commander-  in-chief, Ras Makbhneiv in hisiap-  proaching expedition against 'the  Mad Mulla, who has been causing a  disturbance iu northern, Somiliand..  King Menelik will place 20'000 men  in the field and the British will cooperate with, his majesty's" army by  simultaneously despatching a force  of troops from Berber, the seaport  of {East Africa in the gulf of ..Aden.  ^Kihg>Menelik'suconsentjto:the pres-*  f'ence ofjthe British-officers'.' with his'  army is regarded here as signalizing the restoration in AbyssinWof-  British^ prestige so long���" overshadowed by1 Franco-Russian * activi-  'ties.^   ���' A-A-'i ->���, .   -^   -  America's Asiatic Fleet.-"*" -  Manila, March 7.���The' United  States training ship Buffalo,has  completed the ��� exchange, of-5"crews  with the warships' at Cavite and  ha9 sailed to exchange'700 men re-"  ��� centljr from.ithejUnited^Statea/for-jfthe^raHroSdjfrbirrthe Russian"fi-on'  members /of'.the*Jcrews5"ofv seyeral ��� tier to Port'A.rthur."  American warships* at" Hong-Kong  and Shanghai. \' 'Meanwhile ) the  navy dispatch boat Zaflro has tSken  200 men in; to the. navy, vessels, in  southern ^Philippine waters^ for the  same purpose? The flagship Brooklyn goes to Pe Chi Lrgulf, in northern China, in April to conduct the  maneuvers. The Kentucky, the  Oregon, the New. Orleans,' the Albany, the Monterey and the Monad-  nock will participate in these maneuvers. The American fleet of the  Asiatic station now numbers fifty-  four vessels. " ..".-,  ' London; March 7.���The government publishes a dispatch from the,  British ambassador at' St. Petersburg, sir Charles Scott, relating to  the assurance-^gjyen February Oth  by, the Ruaaian. flf6ister'of ^foreign,  affairs, count sLa'msdorff.-concern-  ing tfe- Matichu^^ffaiiK   It ap-  IpearS ^that^WelRiWtajJwifiister  consented February 27tK to its'pub-  lication as accurately Representing^  Rus'sia's attitude in the proceedings  in Manchuria.  Sir Charles Scott  says   in   part:  "Count Lamsdorff gave me the true  version of what has taken ��place  .+very clearly.   He" said' heVhad ^read  allegations in the press that Russia  had concluded br   was engaged in  concluding with China   a 'convention    or   permanent  arrangement  which .w.ould give Russia new rights  and",, a* virtual ��� protectorate" "pver<i  Southern Manchuria.  'This, he de-  clared'to be' quite untrue, asserting  that the only ground forjthe rumor  must hafve Been theVfact^'that- the  ��� Russian military   authorities,' who  had been in the temporary occupation5 and pacification-of'the ~pro-  yihceTshould thus - elect- w.hen   re-  , instating .the. phinese 'authorities,  f'to arrange jwith.the the ^bcal civil  ^authorities a modus vivendi for the  duration of the simultaneous^ pres-'  ence'of Russians   and i Chinese .in  Southern Manchuria, with the object" of preventing5 a   recurrence of^  disturbances in'the,vicinity of- the  Russian.frontier and of protecting  resolution requiring him to leave.  The resolution set forth that his  presence on .the floor of the house  was a violationof the rule that the  three departments of the govern-  ment-^executive>,judicial and legis-  latiye-^must b^kept seperate, and  i�� was urged ^nV debate that the  governor put O^operwhere he was  with a view of\ intimidating members by letting.them see that.the  executive officer^ was taking a stenographer's' rfe^ort^of'the5 proceedings. ; ,Coop?r^as declared. by the  Republicans to'be .present as a representative of j president McKinley,  as he had been.ordere'd to transmit  a report to Washington,'but even  this plea'did not deter the independents. yfAtter? a; long, debate  they passed' the , Beckley resolution  by a Tjote of twenty to > nine, being  all the^Repiiblicahs in'the house.  \.    ''"*    Buffet vMiiiit Fight.  * .Paris, Mar^ch'���?.���The seconds of  M. Paul "Deroiilade and Mr. Andre  Rtiffet, met^ %odwy to'discuss .the  vqtiestjon ofs^the proposed duel.^.Mv  'BuffeVB' 'repl-elenlative declared  that he had not insulted M. Derbu-  lade and'that, there was norground  for a duel. This.' decision was telegraphed to M.'Deroulade in Madrid  and he immediately wired Buffet as  , follows: "Ybii throw down the glove  to me and now;%have picked it up.  Ifc is impossible" for the king's champion to steal;away. I prefer to believe that what'.exercised you principally was, the'choice of weapons.  First", ,ypu: Have \t\ M. Andre Buffet, you are^a'^royal liar." ' This insulting message^'renders a duel inevitable.  PROVINCE AND  DOMINION  PROCEEDINGS OF THB  LEGISLATURE;  LOOAL  Slocan Now   a City���Fifteen Million  ���Dollars Refused for Miner-Graves  Syndicate Property^ u"  ���.    >"-.  MORE TROOPS TO THE FRONT  TWENTY    THOUSAND , TO   SAIL  -      ;, WITHIN,; A' week, y. ��� jv  ��� r-.'       .-.        �����    *v     .   -^       ���      \_. -* *       <���* ">o t'  ���*-,.. 7, ' '--at. *���.'iy -,,������     ^.i -?V' -.  Dewet. and. Steyn-,, Have-; Separated���  s i - Progress of , Bubonic  Plague  Uneasiness,  Morgan Urges His Resolution.,  Washington, March 7.���Mr. Mor-  Conflict With Chinese Regulars.  Berlin, March 7.���The war office  has received the following from  count von Waldersee dated Pekin,  March Oth: "A company under  captain Kroerzer came into contact  southwest ot, Mansheng with four  hundred . Chinese regulars who had  apparently been- separated from  their $mtt.7$f}d&::A The JiChiriese  ~gan yesterday ih the senate, urged  that his resolution be adopted in  order that , the .president ruigbfc  understand I the i position- of; the  senate so thoroughly that he would  feel justified in proceeding "along  lines looking to the construction of  the Nicaraguan canal .while congress was in its long recess.. At the  conclusion of Mr. Morgan's speech  the senate without taking any  action upon the pending resolution  went into executive session.^At 1:40  p.m. the senate resumed '^'consideration .of legislative business and*  after electing senator Frye president  pro tern, adjourned until tomorrow.  Pauncefote Will Remain.  Washington, March 7.���The  unofficial reports current some time  ago that lord Pauncefote, the  British ambassador, would have his  period of service^ at Washington  continued have now been confirmed,  audit appears that thexextension  will last throughout the present  year "and is likely to be followed by  another extension, owing to the  ambassador's vigorous health and  thorough acquaintance with all the  important international questions  in which the two governments are  interested. "���,  To Disenfranchise the Negro.  Annapolis, Maryland, March 7.���  The Democrats secured a quorum  in the senate today and passed the  bill which will disenfranchise '50,000  voters, mostly negroes. The Republicans now concede that the proceedings have been rendered regular  and the new election bill' is fairly  on its way to final passage or defeat.  In the house two adjournments  were taken,in order to permit the  committee on legislation to further  consider the pending measure.  .'���;. Less than 1percent of ^he land  in Norway is in use for grain floldfl.  ^ TSome details of the proposed mo-  tdusvivendr were'sent for   consideration tb St."'Petersburg,   but   no  convention; or .arrangement  with  the contra government of China of  a' permanent  character   was concluded with regard   to Manchuria,  'nor had the emperor any intention  of'departing'in any,way from   the  .assurances he had   publicly   given  that Manchuria would, be entirely  restored to its'former condition in  the Chinese empir&as soon  as  circumstances admittid.  ,  Russia was iu the' same position  with regard to fixing the final date  for evacuation in Manchuria as the  _aIlies^found themselves" in_with regard-to the evacuation of Pekin and  the province of Chi Li. When it  came to .^ the final and complete  'evacuation of Manchuria Russia would be obliged to obtain  from the central government  of China an effective guarantee  against the recurrence of damage  to her railway, but she had no intention of seeking this guarantee  in auy acquisition of territory or  by an actual or virtual protectorate  of Manchuria, her object being sira-  ������piy, to' guarantee the "faithful^ observance in the future by China of  the terms of the agreement which  .she had been unable to fulfill during the'disturbance. The dispatch  concludes by repeating count Lams-  'dorff's ' assurance . that there had  been no alteration of the former  international status of Manchuria,  which would be restored when the  temporary military measures had  ceased, and that;'everything at Niu  Chwang and elsewhere would be  replaced in the former position.  The Hawaiian Legislature.  Honolulu,' March 1, via San  Francisco, March 7.���The legislature  of Hawaii began its sessions in  Honolulu February 20th and has  been iu session since. J. A. Aiken  (Independent) Hawaiian-Chinese  member for the island of'Kauai,  was electod speaker-of ,the house  and Dr. Nicholas Russell of Hawaii,  a white man, was chosen president  of the senate. ' On the third day  secretary of the territory Cooper  was unceremoniously ordered out  of the house and escorted out by.  the sergeant-at-arms. Acting under  the section of the territorial act  which provides that he shall record  and preserve the laws and proceedings of the legislature, secretary  Cooper took a place on the floor of  the house with a stenographer to I  secure a record of the proceedings. I  London, March 8.--*-Whatever negotiations are proceeding in Pretoria, and Mr., Kruger declares they-  can only be for an-armistice, the'  government evidently has no idea  of slackening reinforcements. The  war office issued a detailed statement last evening; of 'transports  that are to sail for 'South1 Africa  "within the coming week with 12,000  troops. ,  The casualty list reveals the'fact  that two officers were killed at  Lichtenberg March ~ 3rd. Lord  Kitchener's telegram.A'Amasendiug  reinforcements," was dated March  Oth. Evidently, therefore, the fighting continued for some days, and  further advices are awaited with  anxiety. : -  According to the Daily'Mail's despatches, general Dewet and Mr.  Steyn have separated, the former  being at Petersburg, west of Bloemfontein, and the latter at Smith-  field.  The progress of ' the bubonic  plague causes deep anxiety and apprehension in Capetown. < The 'Cape  government has decided to remove  the people from one-third of the  city area and to cleanse it. Every  precaution will be taken should the  disease spread to the 'troops. The  Amsterdam correspondent of the  Daily Mail says Mr.. Kruger is informed that Mr. Reitz, former state  secretary of; the Transvaal is suffering from aberration of the mind.  The Times understands that the  remainder of the war.; loan will be  issued in consols, the govenrment  having already issued_as much in  short term loans and bonds as it is  likely to obtain from the, proceeds  of a Transvaal loan.  Capetown, March ,7.���A soldier  employed at the castletlias been  attacked by the bubonic" plague.  Twenty-four additional persons  have been isolated owing to contact with those stricken.  { '     Peace in Chicago Unions.  ��� Chicago, March 7.���Chicago carpenters and contractors today  signed the documents which guarantee peace for two years to come.  In signing the carpenters affix their  names to'a statement .to the effect  that their various unions had withdrawn from the Building Trades  Council and would not affiliate with  any central body under that name.  -' Victoria; "March '7.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���Slocan' is now a city  as far as the legislature is concerned,  the : bill   incorporating it' having  passed its last stages today.-.       '��� _  <��� It is possible the Mineral Act will  be amended so as io require locators  of mineral claims to do, ten < feet''of  Work and find mineral ia. place< before being.,allowed dto, record and  Ittofc^ninety"{days ^111^6 allied  them to do this. r    " ; "^'-jf *��"i'.  v An effort' will1- be made -against  granting a subsidy-to'any, railway,  but instead to set apart "100)000,000  .acres of .land in the northern'-part  of'the island-and the mainland, the  land to be sold at a .dollar an acre,  carrying 'talU rights); "for" .timber,  mineral and coal,,,the proceeds to be  used in' buildings railways on the  north end' of the island and the  , mainland.-   If-"such'a~ policy were  j adopted, the rproyince would own  ' the railways and get a fair income  by leasing- them forL operation at  ,the same time not-increasing .tne  'debt of the province a-dollar.�� i   ,/  . i \ _. -      *       . *  �� i-  I ,'.. r. ���'' .i Vancouver Notes,^        , \  , Vancouver, March 7.���[Special  to The Tribune^]���School boai'd  accounts show, that iA the;; building'  !of two"new schools 'clay-labor jcost  $4000 morejn a $20,000,jotf than by,  .contract! -^ *" * -^. '' " | *  The city conncil.'decided today to  send three delegates to Ottawa io-  interview the, government, to secure'  aruiint: hi$&$.yL.QjHipgsJoi "Van-,  U.,'V��^>'    j'T*R'Jrf'��?-'���   �����     T",J"  ��  A.  couver.  ,  .,, Burial of. Mrs. Heakin. ?'  . Trail, March. 7.���Mrs. M.  Meakin;one of the-'early^residents  of Vancouver and Vernon'".aifd  proprietress of the Meakin hotel .of  Trail;' -was,-, buriedf-today.'11,Mrs.  Meakin was a native of^Mpntreal  and came to the coast 'about 15  years-ago. She-had property interests , in Vancouver, t and' other [  coast'cities.        "��� 1 --* - ��  ltative Beckleyoffe  The .number  ! German empir<  of suicided  in the  Refused Fifteen Million.  Montreal," March ' 7.���S. H. C.  Miner, president of the Miner-  Graves Syndicate, today admitted  that the syndicate had been offered  -$i5,000,000-for^the-Old-Ironsides,  Knob Hill, and Grey Eagle mines  and the Granby smelter by an  agent of New York parties. The  offer was refused. The agent is reported, however, to have secured  an option on another large' Boundary property.   EASTERN   CANADA TELEGRAMS.  Toronto. ��� A company was  formed here today to erect a $700,-  000 beet sugar plant, probably located at Dunnville.  Toronto.���Owing to the prevalence "of smallpox in Algoma, Ontario,' the government-has postponed the timber sales.  Toronto.���-Woodstock is to be  raised to the status of a city; The  bill passed the private bills committee in the, legislature today.  Montreal.���Forty-five men . out  of seventy-five applicants were enlisted here today for Baden -Powell's police and will leave for Halifax Sunday afternoon.    -  Montreal.���E. Lapage &'X3o., retail dry goods, assigned today./The  liabilities are $200,000, with assets  considerably lower. The creditors  are mostly Canadian^ aijd.s:.English  firmS. . , ���,;*'������'���*...  -X:  /.;  Kempt ville, Ontario.���Launce-  lot T. Banks of Banks Bros, died  this morning from the effects of a  blow on the head by a club in the  hands of John Garrett. ��� Garrett  and three other young men went  into Banks' office. The son was in  charge. A disturbance was raised,  and the son called his father, who  in attempting to. restore order was  struck on the head. The four  young men are under arrest.  Train Killed Q. H. Martin.  Bonner's Ferry, Idaho, March  7.���G. H. Martin was run over by a.  Great Northern westbound freight:  most instantly killed.'' No one 'saw  the unfortunate man until his cries  fiprhelp brQught several, laborers  who were near, within sight of his  mangled body,   which   was'being  dragged'alorig tiy the moving'train.  It is thought that he'tried^to-jump  on the train,]which was just leaving  the  station,,,and fell between(.the  cars. The wheels passed over, him,  cutting one leg off below Iblie knee  and the other near "the "Mddy.' As  soon as��� the train was- stopped and  the injured man yras picked. up the  gave his name and said his home  was in Crookston, Minnesota.. Then,  'as he looked at his mutilated limbs,  he fainted.*   He was carried into the  depot,' which was near the place of  the ,accident, aud. Dr. ,Bishop and  coroner   Barker .were., summoned,  but medical aid was useless and the  man lived but a few minutes. Tele-  'gramsv were sent to'the'chief of  ���police in Crookston,'but' 'as yet  'reply has been reeeivedb^f  _i_ -  FROM THE MINING CENTERS  ���  t    ,   ��    it   - * l4  ACTIVITY t IN ABB. BLAIRMORE"  * COAL-FIELDS.  ��� >.'-���      ���- i   ���"&��������� "f)*--  J. 0. Drewry Takes a Pessimistic View  of the Mining Situation���Will Seek  Government Relief. A--  .<_j f-  no  1   V  Roberts.Eulogizes the Soldiers.  London," March^ 7.���Lord,4 Roberts, presiding today at 'al meeting  'of the 'Army' Temperance Society,  contrasted'the moderation of-the  .British soldiers ,. in, South _> 'Africa  .with, previous campaigns.' 7 He4said  it was true they had^not had'many  opportunities,'but at Bloemfontein,  'Johannesburg and Pretoria," where  they*��did have/such opportunity^  theyMwere fremarkably,., well-behaved and he,had never heard af  'single complaint of a soldier being  rude or improperly "behaved before.  .'Boer,womenr ' The latter 'and their  .children,went ;fearles&ly-upon the.  streets and their cbildren^played  and talked with the British soldiers;  >'} ! i   '.    t   .     '        " .���/   ,     j,  j    .*. _   . t ^ r  . -���"' .^ Wireless Telegraphy. "  "'-v'1  Washington, March -7.��� Since  last autumn the .navy.*! department  has suspended ��the/; experiments, sin  the employment of. wireless teleg-1  raphy.as-a means of commumca-  'tiori'betweennaval'vessels^ avid. he-.  tweenvvessels ^and<^the ishore.'' Up,  to this time none > of the, war ships,  has been equipped, with a-.perma-;  nent plant. ^';While it may be truef  that'. Marconi ', is^ coming" toid^the;  United-States- 'andliliSt^he^mayj  while here communicate to* the navy,  department,some proposition Hook-j  Jng to the installing of his.own sys-;  tem of teleg��'aphy*on our navarv;es-!  ' sels," the navy department'' has' riot ���  -yet engaged him' to do so. -- ** r  t The1 Population of Alaska. ,  'Washington,' March, 7.���The  total population of Alaska in 1900,  as 'shown by'the returns of the 12th  census, is 02,592; as against 32,052  tov 1890. \ This is an increase in ten  years of 31,340, or 99.4 per cent.  There "are two cities in the territory  with a population of 2000 or more  ���Nome, 5485, and Skagway City  with 3117. The 12th census  -has���been���taken���under���-.���more  favorable conditions than the  two previous censuses of  this remote territory of the  United States,' because of the increased facilities for communication  and the introduction of a new and  large element attracted by the gold  discoveries.  Law of Associations.  Paris, March 7.���The chamber of  deputies today adopted article 12  of the law of associations, after rejecting by a vote of 472 to 90 an  amendment proposed by M. Vail-  lant, Socialist, adding the word  "religious" to associations with the  object of nothindering the spread  of labor associations.  , ' Steamship Aground.  ' *.. Liverpool, March 7.���The Dominion linesteamshipDominion, captain  Menzies, outward bound from  Liverpool for Portland with 200  passengers, grounded this afternoon  near the lightship on the bar at  entiance to;. :the Mersey. She signaled tor assistance and the New-  burgh lifeboat went to her.  ; Capturing: Markets.  Lqndon, March 7.���The Board of  Trade Journal today warns British  manufacturers that the report of  the commercial agent in the United  States shows that American boots  and shoes are capturing markets  Where the British ought to have a  practical monopoly.  Dewey Gets Prize Money.  - Washington, March 7. ��� The  treasury department today issued a-  warrant in favor of admiral George  Dewey for $9,7 50 on account of the  prize money found to be due to him  by the court of claims for the destruction of the Spanish fleet in  Manila harbor, May, 1898.  Universities for women are being  I.- X*-. _ I  S'*i>TA\  "��� R>E.' Fishburn, who'is Jnteresfted^l?  in the Blairmore coal-fieids.hasjust';^;  returned to the city after a vieits,to> V "  the Dronerfcv. .He   ranorts*'Avnnr. r-  the property. f,He reports'/every  thing looking well with better results as   the  .--.JI  "��� work advances."/The A-s^j  tunnala ara hfiitio'  nciXX   'A  crosscut and tunnels are -being ad  vanced under a force of  about  ^men,"   *'"* "'"  of shipping coal -on^ the  .20^^  Althongh^tEere are 500 r'tcnu^Jft  ^ 1 ->- *��---dump, no^��7  regular shipments will be made un-'t'-C  til;machinery, , screens, ^etc:, - have JJ  im-^i  been procured and then" the com-  ,pany.will put out a first-classj-p*rp-_/?��|  'duct.   The installing -of v- these *' ' : -^  provements will require some  possibly a year.^x ^   ��� <; Tr H  viThe,syndicate will erect "arishotel!  'and other buildings at Blairmore at  once.   The1 lumber, arid, other  terial has been" ordered and wilLbe^'-if  "on the ground in"a""feWj days.*" TheV,3%  hotel when built;will accommodate "^^  about 100 people.^.' The other build  ings erected-will - be fusedr, by "itho^....  miners employed-by "the syndicate^S^-  Atjpresent ^Blairmore^consists^of^i"^  on!y-ra stationland one small store. AA0M  > j�� ��� * a *,tLi^' v? r^-, T^^aife  ��� ',     - '' A~Olbomy Ontlook.^ ^'M-J$W  J. C. Drewry of,Rossland;' mn.nAg-7MW&  *��Z,'  ma-js:7fji  m  m  m  A')  1*31  the city4 yesterdays mornings af tett^Mi-  1 *-' j.'*       _t * 'a.' ������   -.<��_\."-     j.1 ' ,-'A,!f'����  making atrip.ofinspwtmnT-to ^tb8,;>i^  Sunset; .mmeTatv^hitewaterr left^?#|^  last evening/for? Victoria '"Where hey^S  -will(.interviejv*the government jCon'-f^M  cerning _\the . leadi^ dif^ulty,; a'nd'J$$��  other troubJes-wh^h'rioW^thtefttehl&^t,  the mining industry of ^the; KcfOte-;^,^? |  hays, rapTOially^the'Slo^^'distrie'tr'^r^ |{  Speaking of - the^ matter ryesterdayr^,,. ||  Mr! Drewry said "that .things .had^^tlll  nearly reached-a climax and that lt^y  -was time something wasdone/^and .; |j  in all probability the government;   'A  wouldhave to come to the. aid "-of *,/���;'  the mine owners.., If things, jcon-v At  tinned as bad as they had been for  the       past a-    few *'_ weeks J - he^  was sure "that the greater^ number  'of the mines bf ^southern British  Columbia would-have, to suspend  operations. ' At ��� the Sunset mine 20  men have  been engaged for > some  time past, but before Mr. Drewry  left' he   reduced   the force, to five,  , who will merely continue 'develop-  nierit-workf^Only a-week-or so ago1"  this property made its first' shipment, but under, the present general depression it was impossible to  continue the shipments at a profit.  Sir. Drewry also  stated- that   the  ^Whitewater mine had   suspended  shipments and that .its force had  been   reduced   to a few men, the  action   being   due  to the present  trouble.   At the True Blue group  at Kaslo, which is also operated by  the   same  company, only six men  are   employed, and  instead pf   increasing the force and doing more  active development work Mr. Drewry said he might be forced to stop  operations there...  Leased His Horses.  -London, March 7.���The Racing  Calendar today announces that  king Edward lias leased Diamond  Jubilee (the winner, of last year's  Derby, 2000 guineas, Newmarket  stakes, Eclipse and St. Leger stakes)  arid 12 other horses to the duke of  Devonshire.  *   To Manufacture Armor Plate.  / Berlin, March 7.���The reichstag  today passed the second reading of  the naval estimates and endorsed  almost unanimously the budget  committee's! recommendation tor  the establishment of governmental  works to manufacture armor plate.  Want -Treaty Ratified.  New York, March 7.���The Chamber of Commerce today adopted  unanaimously a resolution urging  upon the United States the wisdom  and the necessity of an early ratification of the commercial treaty  with Prance.  After Canadian System.  Bloemfontein, March 8.���The  education! department of the Orange  River, Colony is drawing up an educational scheme based on the Can-.  ian school S3  j  Hh **.  !  FCMMMaKHMMM  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C   FRIDAY, MARCH 8, 1901  .>  N  l:-��  The Newest  of The New  THE VERY LATEST  NOVELTIES  SPRING 1901  ARRIVED TOI-AY  f '3  Chiffon Ties, gold trimmed and  otherwise.  Collars, in all shapes, styles and  shades;  Fronts and Orpaments, with Sequin, Ball and Lace trimmings  mates of other bodies having power  to expend corporation money."All  of these recommendations cover  matters upon which the people of  Nelson are more or less interested,  but with the prospect of the city-  being called upon to take over the  city schools particular attention  may be directed to .the last recommendation of the Hamilton council.  Nelson will then have its schools  managed by a board of school trustees. Eacli year this board will arrange its estimates) for the year's  ordinary expenditure, and' under  the present Municipal Clauses Act  the city council.>has no option but  to meet the demands, made'upon it  by the school board, i.It is'-not  strange that suoh a system has not  been found to work '!to advantage  either in Ontario or British Colum-<  bia, and when all the cities, ot- this  province find., themselves working  under such a system, some changes  may be expected. r ,  Crinkled Chiffon Ties,' trimrn.ed  in^newest styles.  Appl'dix*   Laces,"  designs.'  in  the  latest  -j-  Applique; Lace "Collars,-  twenty  > .    different kinds.^<    "-       > ���> '  New Styles of Ladies'. Belts, fancy  belt-buckles andtmany; other  beautiful and useful articles!  > "(���<  *"i  . ��* j  V.^,  ''A^  WHSON'S  V-.  '>���/,?'  #EJti. ��tilron^  ��� t   ��  It costs the  citizens ��� of  .Toronto!  >v    i. just,$252,278 Der annum ' fofcpolice5,  '-,       protection, and of this, sum  $231,-;-  .280.represents salaries." ,     . }' *  ��� -   ���*   r* \  - **  r fi ���>      l>*   ^ ' f     < _. >      J       *   *  Those",who know senator Morgan'  ���ot Alabama .will be at a -. loss to,  understand the lengths- to which;  "the government of Great Britain  went" to tax the patience of so*  amiable a senator.  I��  l#  m  lsa  1 The Sentinel-Review of Wood-  - stock" refers in appreciative terms  to the generosity of -some ��� twenty-  nine Oxford county boys, now resident in Nelson, who recently con-  't'ributed three dollars ,to, the  memorial, fund being raised in'  _i���honoivv_of__color,-^ergeant���George  Leonard, who fell in) South Africa.  The Woodstock paper adds that' the  Oxford boys away. from '.home are  doing more for tlie memorials than  the Oxford boys at home.v  Tub Spokesman-Review has great  faith in James J.' Hill. In a recent  editorial it says!it still' has hope  that Mr. Hill will keep a promise he  made to the people of Spokane nine  years ago. ' This should suggest to  the i people of Kootenay the desirability of having a time limit incorporated in any. promise which  Mr. Hill or his agents may make in  return for > the railway charter iu  East Kootenay. Even nine years-  .   is a long time to wait in the west.  The city council of Hamilton has  presented to the provincial legislature a petition embodying its views  upon municipal rerorm.    It is interesting, to note that the Hamilton  alddrmen turned down the proposition  of aldermanic hold-overs by  which1 only   half  of   the   council  would retire   each   year.   Among  their recommendations was one suggesting that in case of vacancies at  the council board such should be  be filled by the unsuccessful candidate at the last election who secured the highest number of votes;  and- that in case of a vacancy in the  mayor's chair  that   the   office be  filled   from   the members   of   the  council.   It was -further. suggested  that the mayor should hold office  for two years.  Legislation will also  be asked for empowering the coun-  tfilto revise and conjtral ihp esti-  Thb possibility of the absorption  of the Canadian Pacific rail way, ,hy  the United'Sfcates trust, has awakened a great interest in the peor  ple of Canada in the nationalization  of   its railway, lines.-   This   consideration .is,, forced   upon, them  through their conviction'that once  the Canadian railway'passes under  the control of the trust,'it will be  operated   in   connection with, the  greater interests of the trusts,south  of - the international boundary -line,  without respect to the interests of  the Dominion.. And there are not  many who quarrel .with this view,  pr;with,thVflnding that such a con-  I ,di tion would place1 theentire country ���; at **the ���laneroy}- of ''the 'great  'United States trusts "which are now.  working in perfect harmony. What  is "true with,respect to the '.control  iof'. ..Canadians-railways" by-' alien-  trusts, with greater interests in the  United States than' in Canada,' is  likewise true of j the control, of���the(  Canadian,mining,andi>smelting in-1  ���dustryby a trust'which-has in-  ���finitely greater mining and smelting:  "interests in "the" United States than;  in,Canada. . Such trusts.,can*.with-*  out loss to themselves successfully'  manipulate   the lesser interest to  the advantage of'the greater,' and  for a time, even sacrifice the lesser  for the greater.'. Canada's remedy i  to protect its'-transportation lines, j  through their purchase,  would, bei  expensive, but it is a problem which'  Canada _will\probably,,'be   called;  upon-to face. iBut Canada's remedy!  toprotect its mining and smelting ^  industry presents no sucn difficulties. ���  All   depends    upon   the   manner  in( which it" shapes its railway pol-j  icy for the' future; since it is <only  with the assistance of railway feed-  'ei'Srdrawing off���necessary fu'eland  and fluxes, that any successful assault can be made >upon thisall-imj  por tan t British-r Columbia industry.  Freedom of trade may admit of' excellent reasoning, but freedom of  trade has never yet built up any  industry in Canada which had to  meet competition from the United  States.   Freedom-of railway, construction   may, appeal  strongly to  Eastern Canadians who who, have  contributed millions~of dollars for  the building of private' railways  but freedom of railway construction in British Columbia will shut  out all hope, of British Columbia  ever   establishing   its lead-mining  industry upon an independent basis.  Such a policy would enable the lead  trust to purchase such ores as it  desired at its own price, and would  render   practically valueless ' such  ores as it did not require; the lead  mine-owers would be virtually the  servants of an alien trust.   This i s  not a condition to  be desired; but  it is a condition which may be expected if the  United States lead  trust, through its ally, the United  States railway trust, gains an entrance into the coal fields of East  Kootnay.  Free Press fails to explain. Every  man-and boy ih Fernie is dependent  upon the Fernie coal company, and  when every man and boy in Fernie  laughs, and when the oflicers of the  company in Toronto laugh, the only  inference is that there is unity of  purpose up to a certain point.  ���    ���   ��� ������  Bouiiassa has ^broken loose again  at Ottawa with a notice to move a  resolution declaring for the independence of the Boer republics,  and against the enlistment of any  further troops in Canada for service  in South Africa. But there is no  commotion at Ottawa. They set it  all down to a Boer ass and let it go  at that. ���   The Nelson Miner questions  whether an increase of forty per  cent in 'the output of its > mines is a  noticeable measure of progress in  the development -of the mineral  resources of the province. Having  twice announced the demise of- the  industry, inc connection with the  eight-hour law and the output tax,  the Miner-is not so far astray as it  mighjtfbe.  *  7 Supreme C-dtirt Judge Killed.  ^^MANAGUA^Nicaragua/ March -7.���  Judge If'Mesa of ���' tbe Nicaragua  supremercourt was killed yesterday  at- Granada by;,, Senor , Lacavos,  whose father was. well known in  Nicaraguan affairs.    _  *T.V  -flfxao nmnnnmimiiiininiiuimni  . T^fi  nn milimmtmrnirmrniniTTrm^  NEW BELTS j  WITH RIBBON  AND SPIKE ENDSJ  :nxnnxxrxixxnxn ixtzzxraxnurnxxxj  rvine & Go.  36 Bakep Street  uujuiuamnmOTnnminmiignq*)  NEW. FANCY  COLLARS  AND COLLARETTES'  nauuxzDxzxxnxxxzxxDcuxzxzxxxxEixzntl  m  i.  ed Goods Salei  Was a'big sxccess.   We are sorry that so many of our customers could not get waited upon /f\  _t___^___        *M "*"* ���" ���  *f\! --even with all the extra clerks we have���and therefore did not secure any of the bargains ff\  /JVS we .offered. ['-'So we < have decided to continue'the sale"Friday, and Saturday. To clea/r. out tf\  (fV ihe^odds and ends .that are left of the  damaged  goods, along, with  our regular stock, we /f\  than  12ul-2'i'M.x2Qc, ;now  ever. 1  u >{jxc ft**"* i itiL  have -marked them slower  Prints,- regular prices,  #S FVawtiellettes, only about 2&0*tya$Us��^^ 1-21 now      ��� *,  ���  ;Iv Summer .dress muslins; Swisk&MdFreTichOrgcmdies, regularpriceSO to 60c, now  rfV f ^ -'    '"'     '       _'���       < Kw    ?r-r ,...f. yi -A- "       -'-      - '  '    -    ���        ��� ����� ��.   .  #S::S.,Ak\B9 abMt^O.'piip.oPMieSiCoFsets, whieh we;will offer:at 50 cents each  5 to 8c  .. . . oc  1212 to 30c  r  KOOTENAjY....  COFFEE CO;  T -r r i  ;   " ,   Coffee Roasters:    t    ,  itaaiart in jea-god Coffee "  ,.        y.  s'-'        ��,u^  We arc offering at lowest prices tho best  grades of Ceylon.'Iudla, China and Japan,  Teas.: .r -���  OurBeaf, Mocha and'Java Coffee, per'  "   f '      ' "'*-     -pound:: (..->$  40-  Mocha and. Java Blend, 3 pounds 1 00,  "Choice Blend Coffee, 1 pounds ..'.'....   1 00 *  t Special Blend Coffee, (impounds .......   1 00 *i  -ltlo Blend Coffee, 6 pounds> ,1 00���  S SpeolalTBlend Cejlon-Tea,-per pound     30 *  ��  7 ;A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.,  KOOfFEMAVi dOFFEE:Cbr  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box, 182.   ���  WEST BAKER'STREET, NELSON. E  m  Fred Irvine & Go  i r  NEW,  TAILOR-MADE  COSTUMES  XZZZXXZXXXXZXXXXZXXZZXZXZZX1ZXKZZXXY  NEW BLOUSES  AND   .   x  MUSLIN .DRESSES  jlx1'' .*'."...-'. ,... j "-   36jBak��p Street '' ���L,mm���ni���^���������' ^ ' JL,  ^E��<^^�� ^^������1^k *^k ��%^ ��,^h ���^.W'ST. ^^. ��<U . '^^.w.. ^E. itf ��� >��. �� ��� .t____f * ___0*,____uf ��� _tt_0' _u__\t \_t_mt* __0 * ___0' __m0' 00* __\0' j&' 40' ^0' &0' 40 '01  m  _m  Mf.Afy  REAL ESTATE AND;  INSURANCE AGENT8  ��� *  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR,SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  in (Bogustown) Fairview Addition..  Offlco on Baker Street, west of Stanley Street    NELSON. ; ,   ,  C.W. West & Go;  COAL!'    WOOD I  Anthracite $10.75  Crow's NeHt       0.15  Blairmore    b.75  AOKNTS IMPKRIAL OIL COMPANY. I/n>.  No order can be accepted unleaa acoompanled  by cash.     ,    S!5ftii5lK&M     TELCPHOW'83.  ���fit-?  ..j; :m\, ,-vit  SSI to,331 B^kerStroet, Nelson  American, and European, Plans.  Jtelson Saw and Planing W|ills  i i  t  |^v  MEALS" 25    CENTS  ( * ,,        �� r   t        .'    1  ROOMS LIGHTED BY BLJCTMCITY    .  ���    -      - AND HEATKD BY STEAM    86 CENTS TO >1   QUEEN'S HOTEL  "*    BAKER STBBBT^NELHON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heat-  ' ed with Hot Air.   :���������>  Largo oonafortaUa bedrooms and, flrsfe-ol*******  dlnlns-room. Sample rooma tot oontmeroial mm.  RATES $2* PER DAY  N|rs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  '      tAT�� Or THK BOrAL'HOTML, OALBABY  Njadden House  ^ r  ��U"  Dakar and W��rt  StBOtbi. Nelaon  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria' Street  PAINTERS  J     Decorators and  ,, , -Paper Hangers. ���     ^  '  *���   *?f"' ******  'v  The Fernie Free Press says that  every man and boy in Fernie is  laughing at tho talk about coal being drained away by the proposed  connection with the Great Northern  railway; but just how either the  laughter or the tears of every man  and boy in Fernie affects the fuel  supply "4>f the 0Mwd|atL��t��(riters>tb01  If you want all tho Mining  News of the^Lardeau, you  must become a paid-up  readpr_.of, the  LARDEAU EAGLE  FEICGUSON, B. C.  per year. It fills tho bill.  The onlj hobel ln NeUonutb** haa NmaiM4  nnder one uanMtomo&t rinoe 1BB0,       , .. ., .  The bed-rooms aro well farniahed an4 UshMd  ty elootrlolty. >'       .   _   _ _  The bar to always BtookaA'bT tlwf boat dom _h  Uo and Imported Manors and olgars.  �� THOMAg MADDKN, Propttotor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  , j. h. momanus, "iiwim.:  Bar stooked with best brands of wines, llqnors.  and Clears. Beer on draught, tarKO comfortable rooms:. Virstelass tabla/bna"'d.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBKWXB8 AND BOTTUDSB OM  FINE LAGERi BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  _.'.,        "t \ VfjJ    ,KLimited. -^< y- ^ >,<   .^* - *   .  CHARfLES-HILLYER:"- '. "w:    |    SA HARRY * HQUST<DN,  l'",  ..'��/ President and General Manager.'    '     "Secretary-Treasurer  "    '   r    'All Communications to be'addressed to either of the-above  *' "J '���' '    '-���; 1 ,r<'(' '    ; -5-o -.-r    ���   ..���r--o-'  Wo ar�� prepared to Furnish  by Rail, Barge op Team* '"'"������,- ',.'".  A *   DIMENSION LUMBER       . ;s:.' *'S  . S'A.S :ROUQH;.titid:DRESSED LUMBER.a  "i  ..' .       i LOCAL aMiCOAST CEILING'     >  A.SA.ALOCALamdCOASTFLOCRINas ^  DOUBLE'DRESSEDICOAST CEDAR  RUSTJC,:SHIPLAP;SSTEPPING;,S  PINE,and>CEDAR CASINGS    -<������������*  ��   '        .   DOOR. JAMBSy WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK,' BANDtSAWINQ,  BRACKETS, NEWELIPOSTS  TURNEDSVERANDA POSTS *  STORE FRONTS -  ;.- -.   DOORS, WINDOWS'and, GLASS. . , ;.  Oet Oup Prieee before ' ��� ,' y  purchasing elBewhet>e. '"  ���  '   :'       Oft-ICE: CORNER HALL AND. FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   HILLS: HALL STREET. WHARF  ��� ��� ��� ��� ; . ^       ...".. 'i ii 'J r���r  t      *, ,  I . 1 '  .  'V.      , 'v s  Wholesale and /Retail  Dealers in Meats  WHOLESALE TRADE  '   CRATED ANDMINERAL.WATERS.'  THORPE "& CO.,^ LIMITBD.-Corner .Vernon _.  .   ;*, and9- Cedar streets, Nelson,; m^nufacturere^  .of and wholesale dealers lu'arated waters and   ,  fruit syrups. >8oloJ��agents for Halejron SprlnKS  mineral,water.  Telephone 60.   .,    r^i>V>V��  i  ' I-  ASSAYERS1   SUPPLIES.   V  /VXT' r- TEETZKL0 ft; CO.���Corner Baker and '  " ���. Josephine streets, Nelaon, wholesale deal  ers In-1 assayers  sappUes.' Agent* hot Denve  Fire Clay Co. of Denver; Colorado..  :  '   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  Hj/ftVAHa ft*CO.-Baker street^ 'Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers ln liquors,/ olgars  cement, Are brlolc and fire olay, water pipe,and  stael rails; and {general oommlaston^merohauts.  '     ELEOTEIOAL  SUPPLIES. '    '  KOOTENAY ELBCTKIC SUPPLY tc CON-  SIRUCTION COMPAN Y���Wholesaledeal-  ere In telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures. eWHouston blook. Nelson.-" "  '"      l      FLOUR AND.FEED.'     ���   . .  BRACKMAN ��� KER 'MILLINGI COMPANY  ' ���Cereals,' Flour, Grain; Hay.  Straight or  mixed oars shippedv,to all  Kootenay Faints.  Grain elevators at all prlnolpal points on Cajaary-  "Ufa at Vtotorla.1 NewWe *  , Edmonton R. R.'Mills at Vlotoria. > New  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.'  real)  FRESH,AND SALT HEATS..  R  BURNS *   CO.-Bukor street;  Nelson,  wholesale dealers in freehand oured meats.  Cold storage.^  -j    _?���_   (,��.-.,  A ���    GROCERIES. ^  A MACDONALD ft CO.-Corner Front and  ��� .HaU streets," wholesale > grooers -aud  Jobbers ln blankets, gloros, mitts, boots, rubbers,  maoklnaws and miners' sundries.        >     y  OOTENAY' SUPPLY  COMPANY,   iJoEt-  TED���Vernon , street. Nelson^, wholesale  grocers. ^ v, , ,  TOHN.CHOLDlTCHJtCO.-Fron> st*eetL-Nel-_  u"son, wholesale grooers.  Hkad Qvnon at,  .,   NELSON, B. 0.  fidarketa at Nelson, Rossland, Trail,: Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Bilt��rt6n,' New  Denver, Revelstoke, Fergusoni Grand Foi-ka; Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid'  wfty,,-aad Vancouver.^ ' v���-'������*    \'   "  ,       -.,     Mail Orders'Promptly Forwarded  ~,m ������" ^^0^^^*^^^^^^^^^^^^^x^Tm^^irTT^Trm^^^m7_^SSi7__^  JY. GRIFFIN * CO.  ���  wholesalo   dealers  meats, butter and eggs.  -Front street, Nelson.  In  provisions,   oured  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES..  XT BYERS * CO.-Corner Baker and Josephine  *-** streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers ln bard-  ware and mining supplies. ,   .    ���    .  Powder Co.    x  < "i.   ��'  Agents for Giant  '' >..  $2  MRS. CARR  LATR OF VANCOUVER  LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formerly occupied by MIrs MacMillan,  Victoria Block.  The patronage of Nelson ladies solicited.  A. R. BARROW, A. M. LC. E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR.  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O, Por W. '   *��T.1l)VHO*tIV VO. flfr  Home Gri'pwn  Fruit and Ornamental Troes, ltosos, Shrubs  Vines, Bulbs, Hodge l'lints and Seeds.  THE  GREAT LABOR  INVALUABLIC TO  SAVINC  INVENTION  BUSINESS   AND   PROFESSIONAL  MKN  The Can-Dex Copying Book and Intu  letters and other oooumentai pan bo copied per-   moisture pad.*  JOHM mAliVVjiAi^TStaaQb, a a..  fectly and  press, brush or  quickly without the use  or njoft ture pad. *  water,  Extra choico stock of Peach, Apr'cob, Plana,  Cherry and Pruno Tieoi. NflW importation of  flibO-closfl Rhododendrons, Roses, Clftnatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.  80,000 to chooso from. No Agents or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspect ion charges.  Qroonhonso plants, agiicultural implements, fer-  tllizors, bee supplies, etc. Largest and most  complete s'osk in tho provinco. Sond for catalogue before placing your orders.  Address  ty. J. pifiY, Vancouver, B. &  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  , WpOJiBBAIdOjiNDRBTAII.' i >  ,   FISH AND POULTRY IN 8EA80N  Baker Street, Nelson;;    '     ��  &  TRAVES, M^^BT  nnnoiui ny,itATiiwonm'rm ciAHKrm, ��m piwmpp arrwrywiw   rossLtAind: ^rsiairweirHRiiva works  OUNLIFFB  & MoMILIiAN  Founders and Haohlnlats, Specially of Ore; Oars, Ors-BIn Door* and Cenwal Mining Maohlnery.  List of second-hand machinery on band, which has been thoroughly overhauled and Is as good  as new:      _ ��� . * - ' .  1 2<-H. P. Locomotive-type boiler, with engine attached and all fittings, roady to turn on steam.  1 by'iS"'Double-Cylinder Friction Drain-Hoist, built by Ingersoll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, No. 6 Cameron. New York.  1 SiDblOK Pump, 10"x5"xl3*, outside packed plunger pattern.  Watch tbis advertirement for further lists, or write us before yon buy for oomploto list .We  m4y have just what you want.  Agents-for Northoy Pumps.   Stock carried.  P. O.  Box 193. THIRD  AVENUE.  ROSSLAND.  T'AWRENCH   HARDWARE    COMPANY  *-* -Baker Stw Nelson,. wholesale  dealers In  hardware and mining supplies, and water (and  plombers' supplies.  '      LIQOOHS AND DRY.GOODS.       T  rpCRNER, BKBTON tc CO.���Comer Vornon  A> and Joeepblns'streots,'Nelson^ wholesale  dealers tn Uguors^ olgars and dry goods., Agenta  for-Pabst:  gair Brewing Co. of Calgary.  of Milwaukee and Caf  1 POWDER,1 CAPS AND FUSE..  TTAMILTON POWDKR COMPANY-Baksr  *-*.' street. Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers u oape and fuse, and eleotrlo  blasting apparatna.  SASH AND DOORS.  TJBLSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS.  A\ LIMITKD-Conier Front and Hall stroets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  ln sash and doom all kinds of factory work made  to radar.  STRACHAN  BROTHERS  PLUMBBRS.  PLUMBING  * ��� '.. '   ������-      '      ������ t  AU plumbing is nob alike.   See,our goods.-  Sauie price as other dealers and    ._  , . 20 per cent Better.  OPPOSITE POSTOWIOEl. V^hSOK. B. O  REILEY & BENOY  SUCCESSORS TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD  W0RX<JL<��  EXPIRT HORSESHOEINfi.  Special attention  aradoustnai wi  batsaadate  Iven to all kinds of re\  ^o-vtalde points.  Ing  XVf  P. J. RUSSELL  Buyer and Exporter of ���  RAW  FURS  Highest Prloea  Prompt Retama  Fair Assortment  8bio -bft  NELSON, B. O. |  WINXS AND CIGARS.  piALIffORNIA^ WOOD COMPANY. .LIMI-  V^ TKD���Comer Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In-wines (ease and taflk.  anddnmnaHe and Imnorlad etearn.  MUSIC.  Mrs.'D. B. Murray, graduate In rocal and Instrumental music, is'now prepared to icciite  pupils for instruction In voice oulture, Italian  method, also plana and organ.        '  For terms and further particulars apply room  5,' A. Macdonald building, oorner Josephine and  Vernonjstreet. ,  KOOTENAY LAKE GENERAL HOS-  PITAL   SOCIETY.  NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING.  In accordance with the bylaws of the Foolely,  the annual general mooting will be held ln the  Board of Trade room on Tuesday, March 12th, at  H o'clook p in.  * AU annual subscribers of tho sum of 910 are  members of lhe Society and eligible to take pai t  in the election of directors for the ensuing year.  NOTICE OF CHANGE OF TITLE.  Notice is hereby given that at the annual meeting of the Kootonay lako General Hospital  Society a resolution will be moved asking tl e  lieutenant-governor-ln- council to grant a change  of title from ' The Kootenay Lake General Hospital 8ociety" to "The Nelson General 'Hospital  Society."  A W, SWAKN$*LL. 8ecwtan. >THE TMBpOT): lTCESON B. C. FKEDAY. MAKGH 18 1901
CAPITAL, «11 Paid up....$12,000,000.00
rbst Ta..~  7,ooo.ooaoo
UNOZVmSO PROFITS       427,180.80
Lard Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President
Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President
K.8. Clonalon '. .-...General Manager,
Corner Baker and Kootonay Btreets.
A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.
with wnrcn is amalgamated
-r.      -„ HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO. ,   ••      --.
Branches ln London (England) New York,
Ohioaqo, and all the principal oltlosln Canada.
Buy and soil--Sterling Exchange and Cable
Tiausfers, -„ v    ■ ■
.i„   Grant Commercial  and > Travelers' Credits','
>. available in any parti of the world.
, -> Drafts Issued. Collections Mado, Eto.
Paid-up Capital,
Reserve Fund,
...  . l'$8,000,000,
<•■    ..-' -v$2,000,000*
"OF    0-A.2ST-A.:D.A.
Hon'. Geo. A.'CoJc,
Robt. Kifgour,
Savings Bank Branch'
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STOCK.      ...        ,r     -^
B. C. Gold Holds .......i...,
Black Tail ;	
Brandon Sc Goldon Crown.*....
Canadian Goldfields Syndicate
Cariboo (McKinney)	
Cariboo Hydraulic ,
Centre Star    \	
- Crow's Nest Pass Coal	
.Doer Trail  Consolidated ,
Evening Star	
Golden Star	
Fair view Corporation ."....
Granby  Smelter	
Iron Mask	
Jim Blaine	
Knob H1U _.	
Montreal & London	
Morning  Glory	
. Morrison
~j!        -Asked.
,..!....-/.*       SH $
..V„'" 8
..- 1 «5
.:    1 10
.. 70 00
London Offloe, eo Lombard Street, XI. O.
New York  Offloe, 16   Hxohange   Place.
1    and Qj Branches in'Canada and thei*'}
;    t.,t    U    _ 'United Stales..' i
Intorest .allowed on 'deposits." ■ Present • rate
, three per cent. 1. K»    .    -   j,.
* ,v" ^'GRANGE V. HOLT,
..     ■     ,      -in       Manager Nelson Branch.
Capital  {,>
,"«.V "«>■ ; "■
~  It. WIL1CIE..
~. ^  General Manager.
HAY Inspector.
about 75,000,000 oz„ of which the
Guggenheim plants, produced over
one-third.  ,, S i   ~*; '?
,Nelso> Branch—Burns Block, 221 Baker'
"' +' " "    '      Street.
  J. M. LAY,' Manager.
1 fi2„
•1 00'
62 00
w -
S»  '
42 -
   9 •.'
Mountain Lion".....!.".".".'.'!!!!!.!!'. .   40
Noble Fivo :?■  "    4
North Star  85
Old Ironsides  80
Olive  12
Payne  454
Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated.... 29
^-Republic -. ■. :.:*... 421
Slocan Sovereign ?.-.. 6f
• Virtuo 1  30
' " War Eagle Consolidated  "42
Waterloo  32,. .
-  White Bear  4
•- Winnipeg .-.•  ''-7*-i
Sullivan*.' '. ? ~. . . li'-u
'.' .  " "      ' '    &LES.    '
!,   V00 Morrison '...-....' 7...  8 '
,    600 Golden Star  2»
;  3000 Canadian Goldfields Syndicate.,..':.. 1 '  7
-fiOO Payne  414.
HO J Center Star    100
1    100O_War Eagle «... 40 •>
.' _   Engineering and Mining Journal.
There are no   new developments
in.this cas_e,';unless weincludela per-
"',. eistent "bear" attack on the Ameri-
v; can, Smelting and " Refining i-Cqm-
4r pany's  stock -on Ythe - exchanges.
This has been^acepmpanied^byithe
circulation of all |orts>f ruiriors*af-
' fecting the conipanyjsfcredit.  -This
* on .Wednesday Jed Mr. Nash,, president of the company, to make • the
following statement-regarding the
reports: "The;* company's annual
business amo'unts'to $75,000,000. It
iS borrowing only"$5,000,000:'; None
of this" tritttitre's" 'litf tir^Apnl; and
then only $350,000, andr it' has-oni
. hand subject,to checkt;$l,000;000 in
cash.'!The remainder' ^maturesJ at
later dates upon'tiiiTe.{-{paper.\ The,
company could liquidate "its" entire'
' debt in 30 days without iuconveni-
- ence, using-only^its-'gold-or** silver,1
or using only its copper dr^leiid ■• on.
hand, since while its^debt^'is^nly
$5,000;000, its quick' assetst* amount
to4over $14,000,000.  TheVoinpany's
paper   is - eagerly   and    generally
sought after on terms most favor-
fable tojborrowers.'     > '   1'
'/The company's;net quick assets,
over and above' all indebtedness,
represented by gold and silver, cop
Seattle Post-Intelllgencor.
"The* deal will be of great ad van
tage to the American smelters, who'
will be able to use the coke produced. , The  move" is"viewed with
much apprehension by .the'British
Columbia'   smelter   interests,   the
Crow's Nest field being their only
source of coke supply, so that the
American trust is to,be; congratulated oii a very; tactful move, as the
British 'Columbia smelters are deprived of a very great essential iii
the development of their industry.
Application has already been'made
to the Dominion parliament for a
charter for a, line -of rail way-from
the coal,, mines in the^ Crow's Nest
Pass_ toj connect „with, thet Great
Northern systeinj so thaty transportation to'American.smelters will
thus be absolutely controlled.      r
■;i"The'icoke aud'othet-   products
'from tlie mines" is' of a very high
-grade, and "in great demand by, the
American smelters.J   The;coke/"will
be;()distributed   through   Montana
aud as far south as Omaha,,and the
advantage to'American mining inr
, terests .will lie very [great.^, Several'
weeks   ago ■'.when '£he  -permanent
shipment of coke to the American-
sidewas^flrst^ 'suggested,' the^'.Can-
adian "Pacific railway people put up
a yery strong,fight; in an endeavor
.to head'off the" Great" Northern in
„ariy^ arrangement ,tlieyf" might>;at^
tempt, 'although the t^>a4 as eon-
dark tint gradually'spreads till the
toddling Eskimo is -as completely
.and as beautifully and,as highly
colored as a well..-smoked'meerschaum pipe. - The same.thing happens among ;the'.Japanese. >. . r', ,
«- Atf interesting relic iii' the shape
of. a >pieceixof ■' a'1-1 granitefboiilder,
contaimng what;app^arsHobe'twp
human footprints/- has been'loaned,
to-the museum "at' St/'Johnsbiiry,
Vt.,by William SA. Chase ofMorris-
ville.J The' rock from which the,
piece-was-quarried has been a curiosity hvGranby for-' a century. ,lIt
is'a granite boulder weighing several tons, situated .one and one-half
miles'from Galhip's mills.     *'  ''
5     .
T\\e First Year of tlje Twentietf| Qeqtury
ftfo'v As a,'Ne,son firm we are eleven years, old-f
$&  : right in the prime of business manhood—full
;^/Vl   >of energy—ready and anxious to work for
.the, building up and increasing of our trade
in fine jevnelery,       . ■ *.'>,_
Com(e witlTus foKthis spring and see what
'J we,can do for„ youi. Mn the meantime we ex-
.tend our hearty invitation to you all .to in-
"spect our- beautiful lines of up-to-date goods.*
; j'.
The-:Jeweler^ Nelson, B. O^
. <
*j*.«.- r
,    per'and lead," are' 'approximately
y $9,000,000—The-company-has-in-
creased its original capital, .to this
amount byt 'accumulation' of earn-
ings; besides paying off $1,250,000
*6t mortgage bonds,'subject to which
at took over.its plants, and shaving
^put $2,000,«:00 antbxnew^cbnstruc-
- tion.,-   ' «\"    -     'AA< -J,.f   - IA
" Its net earnings for the 'year
ending October 31st, 1000, exceeded
$4,500,000.   '   Por   the  months > of
November   and'" 'December,   1900,
they   exceeded   --$1,200;000.     Tlie
^January.,earnings are not, yet in..
The plants and ' property  of  the
company were never in better condition;    its   earning   capacity   was
never' so>',-great ;;;its*>prospects of
a profitable business were never so
good and its financial condition was
never stronger. ;.-''»"-   ■ j. ^ ,7 t !J-7'
"The stories of dissensionsamong
the present,.directors ...are} false.
There are 'no such dissensions; on
the contrary there is an entire
unanimity of opinion as to the
poliey to be pursued by the company not only with . regard to - the
consolidation with M. Guggenheim's
Sons but with regard to all important questions. , The credit of the
company having been viciously and
unwarrantably attacked I feel
bound, in the interests of the stockholder's, to state the'facts, and to
warn our stockholders not to be
driven or frightened into 'parting.,
with their stock by these'unfounded
statements in the press."
A statement given 'out to 'the
press last week contained a material under estimate of the quantity
of silver-produced by'the <Jombiina:/
tion. The ■'-: statement^ referredi:'to
put th^ silvtr marketed by the
American -(Smelting* tand • Refining;
Company at ^36,000,000 oz.^ and
added: that this: would Be * brought
up to 50,000,000 oz.:by the output
of the Guggenheim plants., 7. The
actual production of .the Vwprks Jof
shminated/has' been?under'| negotia
tion   and   practically   "settled   for
some time.-   \     -       ^
,VThe opposition of-C th'e Canadian
railway was.bused-on the shortage
-of coke that would result to the
Canadian smelters*p.in which the
Canadian Pacific •''railway was interested, if ;,-large= shipments continued to be made'to, the American
side of thejlihef'^Bu^ the opposition
of the Canadian'Pacific was-> futile
and the announcement of' the deal'
is made on the best authority."
•*r   -   ' ..\-
Curious, Facts.
All moths approach some form of
; - Seventy years ago there were-no
^public libraries in America.' * .
■  More than 90 ; per.«cent.: of the
Japanese public travels third class.
The river Jordan has its origin in
Province'of'British Columbia/Nelson.   Weat
. .' Kootenay, to-wit:  !  ,.  f, t-\
By virtue of «e veral writs of Fieri Facias issued
put of the supreme court of British Columbia at
thesuttoflircCallum&Co.TH. Byers & Oo. and
John Cholditch it, Go. plaintiffs, and by virtue of
warrants of execution issued'out of the county
court of Kootonay, holden at Nelson, at the suit of
.A. York & Co. and tho Brackman & Ker Milling
iCompany, Limited, plaintlflb, and to me directed
against the poods and chattels of the Chapleau
.Consolidated Gold Mining, Company, Limited,
defendant. I have seized and taken in' execution
all the right.utlUe.and interest of the wid defendant, the. Chapleau Cpnsolidated Gold Mining
Company,<Limltodrin a tramway and fixtures, a
ten-stamp mill and machinery, assay office supplies aud, furniture,, groceries, boots and'shoes,
-in^nHfurnlehlngs, octagon steel, bedsteads.stoves,
blankets,-! mattretees, ^'office furnlture,'J horses,
wagon, hay, oats, harness, pumps, lumt e •. house
^fnrniture.-blacksmith's tools, and other goads, to
re«>vor4he sum of ten thousand one hundred
and  seventeen dollars  and ninety-eight cents,
;amouut of aaid. executions,..besides, sheriff's
«ni fin finer a   nmnAM* foan   nn.l *r' -    -
Syrup ^..
Remember the new staqd  at Corner of
arid'Baker Street*.
.debt, and costs at,my-ofllce, next to the court
'house, in the City'of Nelson, on Thursday, the
.fourteenth dayof March.-A:D. 1901, at the'hour
of II o'clock in the forenoon! '-  v    '
All the above named goo Is and * chattels are
now situate upon the mine and" mill site, of the
Chapleau Consolidated Gold-Mining, Company,
Limited, and an inventory of the same may be
seen at my-offloe-on l Monday, the UtlTMaroh,
tly until.the J " —
_    g purchasers wm satisfy .„„„.
selves as to Interest and_ title of said defendant
19pi,'and subscquentiy'untilXhe day of sale.
intending purchasers wiU satisfy (hem
'   S.'V.
«.. -i   iTtTCK; Sheriff of SouthKootenay.
Dated at Nelson. B.,C, the 7thTday March, 1901.
'Tor the Prevention of the Spread of >
:' Smallpox in the?Gity of Nelson.'
All passengers arriving at the City of Nelson
from all points east of tho Kootenay River will
be required to furnish the inspector or, officer in
charge of the carrying out of these-regulations
with a oerliflcate from the health officer of the
city or town from which he or she has, left, containing the following particulars:
', * <, \\
1. (a) That he or sho hns not been li any placo
or building infeckd with smallpox:.,
' ,. (b).T,u»t he or ohe has not lived in any place
or building whloh lies dangerously near any infected buifding or district.
(o) That ho or she has been successfully vaccinated since January, 1901. *
2. If the inspector Delievest that any person is
jthe   two
;■&?*•,*, iiKgf.
one of the largest springs in the
t Total number of .patents granted
in the last sixty-two years" 1,079,-
The Eskimos of T Alaska make
w&teyprwf boots-and {slijrfca ot the
skin of the salmon.
To carry a ton of wheat from
Buffalo to New York in -1800 'cost
$100; today it costs$1.50.' 's * " "'
. The first strictly scientific college in the United Sbates";'was'^tibe
Rensellar Polytechnic I' Institute,'
founded iu Troy, New York in
Were it not for matter floating
in suspension in sea water, minute
living organisms and air bubbles
due to the breaking of the waves,
all of which reflect light,'the ocean
would look as black as ink, for in
that case none of the sun's rays,
having< iouce' penetrated • it', would
be reflected to its surface.
In India, China, Japan and adjacent countries *are about four
hundred million people who rarely
eat meat, yet they are strong, active and long-lived. Darwin is authority for the statement .that the
Andean natives perform twice the
work^of ordinary laborers, and subsist almost entirely on a diet of
As far back as February 20, 1738,
an "umberrella" was imported in
the good ship Constantino, as shown
;by the invoice, "for the^propper account and risque" of Edwin Ship-
•pen, who; for. aught we "know,
might have worn that nine shilling
^"umberrella'^cpmpletely |but years
before Jonas Han way excited the
ire of.the London cabmen.
An Esquimau baby* is born fair;7
except for a dark round spot on the
small of the back, varying ii size
from a. three-penny bit to a shilling, j
From this center head of colo^ the j
infected, or that his or her clothing or other
effects contain infection the Inspector shall detain such person and his or her clothing and effects
effects contain infection the Inspector shall detain such person and his or her clothing and effects
as aforesaid, until the period ol incubation Is ovor,
and such person and his or her clothing and other
effects shall be at once disinfected.
3. Jf ho only suspects that any person on board,
or the effects of any such person have been exposed to infection, he shall notify the medical
health officer of the locality to whloh tho person
is going to meet the train or boat, and to keep the
person thereafter undor observation.' *>    - '
i. In the event of any. passenger 'blunging any
baggage (band or otherwise) or whether the same
shall be forwarded by express, the following
certificate may also be required from tho health
officer ot the town or city aforesaid:     -*
(a) That the said baggage (hero glvo a full
description of said baggago so that there can bo
no question as to Identification) has not boon in
any place or building infected with smallpox.
(b) That tho said baggage has not been stored
or used in any place or building which' lies d<tn-
Korouiyrnear to any infected building or district. • *• '
:AAS Prbiit Doors ,'h   ,
: 1( ^   . In§ide;(Doors y Kt,
y   r v Screen .Doors^-.'.'   >
■  Windows ■
/     -  Inside Banish
.'x  '   ■'  local1 and ooast-'  v    '•
,t , ^.Plporing,
"local'and coast*
Newel Posts
- 7 Stair Rail
" Mouldings '
'S a   ,   Shingles r
. Bough and
Dressed Lumber
1        Of all Undo.
,  • CALL AND g«T PRI0K8. ,
J. A. Sayward
HJlLK and lakx btrketb. rbmx
Porto Rico Lumber Co.
The census of Canada wili;be taken in April, andthe pop- -
ulation of the several' incorporated cities will beknown a short
^ time afterwards/   Thb Tbibdnk, publishes Daily and Weekly
^'editions at the following rates ;'of/subscription by .mail: Weekly,   ■
" one yeair$2; Daily, six months, $2.50; one year, $5.   The Daily
is delivered in Nelson' by carrier jat' the following, .rates: ,Threep
. months, $2.50;' six months, $5;[one year, $10. ., A large number %
>of subscribers are in arrears, and a large,number of subscriptions
^are about to expire, besides a large number of people in Kootenay
-and Yale are about'to;renew subscriptions foi* newspapers foi\the>.
- year. \In-order to make'Ui.an object for all these people to patronize The ,Tribunb, the following sums are offered as,prizes/on ;•?'
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Manitoba V.-*. v  ... 1
Ontario ..>..'....,..;..
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AU railway and steamboat com:
itly adhere to tho following
,: (a) All mall and baggager f r
strictly adhere to tho following regulations:
,: (a) All mall and baggage* from poln's al
mentioned destined" for the City of Nolson, on or
ipaniee must
iln's abovo
beforo leavln
River i
charge      =        	
with a certificate from the health officer of such
points whore fumigation takes place that same
has been done.
(b) All cars or steamboats on which havo
been discovered Infected  persons, baggago or
mall, will not be permitted to again convey pas-
eongers, baggage, etc., into the City of Nelson
until disinfected and fumigated to the satis
faction of the medical health officer of this city.
„.. <p) No Indianai shall l>o allowed to land In the
City of Nelson under any dondltions.
This proclamation goes into effect immediately.
FRANK FLKTCHKR,       tu,,,w"J''
_ _•" .M?y?F of the Cfty 'of Nelson.
^„  „ Medical Health Officer.
Nelson, B. C„ March 2nd, 1901.
Notice of Application to "Transfer a
Notice Is hereby given that I Intend to apply at
the next sitting of the Board of License Cotu-
-missloners of the City of Nolson for permission
to transfor my rotail liquor license for the premises situato on the south end of Lot 1, Block G, in
the City of Nelson, and known as the Manhattan
saloon, to Charles H. Ink and Siegel Boyd.
Dated at Nelson, B.C., this 15th day of February, 1901.
Witness: Arthur K. Vaughan.
Rough and
A-1 White Pine . Lurqbar Always in
We carry a complete stock of
Ocast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.
'Special order work', will receive
prompt attention.
Porto Bico LumberCo. Ltd,
OFFIPK-8, 9. 10,    «    „ _       UCI SHU
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City  of Kaslo	
City of Sandon	
City of Revelstoke	
City of Grand Forks...
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This offer holds/good until the 1st of April, 1901.
Removed to Corner of Ward and Baker Streets.
Day and.Night Classes in Session. -
To Contractors and .'Builders.—On and after
March 11th, 1901. journeymen plastorors' wages
will bo 56.00 per day of eight hours. By order of
local Union No.'172, O.P.I.A.   .
■A;A'■"■,7 '■    -I'   J. D..MOYER,President,'
In tbe matter of the Estate of Franks. Campbell, late of the City of Nelson In tho'Provlnce
of British Columbia, deceased. 1
Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to tho "Trustees and Executors Act" of the revised statutes
of tbe Province of British Columbia, 1897, Cap.
187, to oil creditors and others having claims
against tho estate of the Paid Frank S. Campbell,
who died on or about the 23rd day of December,
A. D. 1900, to send by post prepaid or delivered
to Messrs. Galllhor & Wilson of the said city of
Nelson, solicitors foi Ulonn M. Benny, the administrator of the personal estate and effects of tho
said deceased, or to the said Glenn M, Benny of
the town of Sirdar ln tho proviuce of. British.
Columbia, tholr Christian and'surnames,* addresses, descriptions and full particulars of their,
claims, statement of their accounts * and the ba-.
ture of tbe security, if any, hold: by them, on or
before the 1st day of April, A. D. 1901. '■:'-.
And farther take notioe that 'after such' last-
mentioned date the said administrator', will proceed to distribute tbe assets of the deceased to
the parties entitled theroto, having 'regard" Only
to the claims of which he shall tlion have notieo.
The said administrator will hot bo liable 'tot tho
raid assets cr any part thereof. to' any person or
persons of whose, claims notice-shall not have
been received by him at the time of' $i'cK dlbtrl-
butionii    ' GALLIHER & WILSON.-
Solicitors s for  Glenn M. Bonay, administrator
for Frank 8. Campbell, deceased. '.•■'. ■;'•.•". •. .
Pate&thls Mth day of February, M01«i:..: ■ ■'     :.
AND   '
:^B^^MXNKR8UNIONW0.98.W. W.'itJ-,
-ZL.^~—^SS^J? miners' union rooms, north-"
ewt oorner Victoria and Kootenay streets, everr -i\
Saturday evening at 8 o'clock./VlalUng aoa'<
bewweloMne. it R. Mowatt; PwaidentT Jame <A
F0B &WW    DisnuOT—Por
tmen, fasor hammersmen miners
, carmen, shovelers and other un<
,6^13.00. <.     ,
shift, . machine,-,,
. 93.25; muckers,\'i
lerground labor--. >,
ConnoU ^riUbeheld In the miners' union hall/i
C.&P. R..bulldhig.r corner1 Baker and Stanley -<.
streets, on the flrst and third Thursday of
r#Vki&„&ry?'^ Clayton.-President;
facliwia ;and'"Kootenay" BtrMts.  Charles
Clayton. .President  John MSLeodTsecretaiy;™
BA^?¥' UNION.-Nelson Unloa. So. 1D6. bf' *4
•"-the International Journeymen Barbers Uu-Si
Ion of Amerloa, meets every first and third Mon-i&
day of each month ln Miner's Union,Hall.'oMner?^
"^.lJ.oto^ »?d-Kootonay streets, 'itSflO^rSS,^
-ehjurp. yislUnsr brothers3oordlally Invited to "1
attend. R. McMahon, presidentTJ. H. Matho «&J
Im'^!retary-trea8ur«r; J.C.Gardner,recording"^'
LATORKR8' UNION.-NelaonlAboreW Pro ..
J-f. tectlve Union. No. 8121. A. F. of L.. moets in tt.
.Minors' Union hall, C. P. R. block, oorner of A
^AHST and Stanley streets, every Monday evenli
~**-"?.m.'8h»rp. VislUnimembewotth. "
edenitlon »cordially Invited
T_Invited i. to attend."
John ' Roberts,' re-
oan. Fc _        	
A.   J.  Curie, President,
cording socretary.
ors'{Union hall at 7 -JS0 sharp.  J. H. Mill ward.
Preddent; Will J. Hatch. Becretar^.    J"""«".
Y meetiiiRs every Tuesday.evening at,8'ar
oclock, in Miners' Union Hall, oorner,of»Baker,
andSUnley streets.Wlstlng brethren cordially '
invited. Chris. Lnft, president; H. Smclser, financial and recording socrotary. '
pLASTKRBRS' UNION-The O.' P.'I.'* A. No.
£___V£_ B?eota ovory Monday even!
Elliot blook, oorner Baker and Stanley
« o'clock. J.j D. Vow, ' nresldeot
Vice, secretary, P. O. Box 616.
Meets aeoond Wednesday ln aaoh month,
ekdoarnlnc tantkna Inrltod.       " :S
oardially InvltetT to attend.
A. T. Park, K. of R. tc 8.
lsltlng :
H. M. Vincent (
~. Hold tholr regular meetings on the first and
"il™ Thursdajs of each month. Visiting Sir
Knights are cordially invited to attend. G. A.
jBrown, R.K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; H. J. Stool.
D* D* *U» '
^thera oo»daUyaJiTited.~-,W. W. Bradley."w"
M, A%Mlnty. Reoordlng-Seoretary.
.    .
Notice is hereby glvon that David Church of
Erie lias mado application under the provision*
of tho,"Liquor Licence Aot, lflOO," for an hotel
licence for the B. C. Hotel at Erie, and that a
meeting of the Board of Licence Commissioners
will bo held to considor such application at the
court houne, at tlie city of Nelson, on Thursda),
the fourteenth day of March, 1001 at tlio hour of
eleven o'clock ln the forenoon.
Chief Licence Inspector.
Chief Constable's Office, Nelson, B. C.
27th February, 1901.
To Gko. H. Lammekb, J. R. Cranston, or to
any person or persons to whom ho may havo
transferred his interest in the Harvey Joy
mineral olaim, at Morning Mountain, Nelson
Mining Division.
You are hereby notified tliat I have expended
One Hundred Dollars ln labor and improvements
upon the above mentioned mineral claim, In
order to hold said mineral claim under tho
provisions of the Mineral Act), and if within
ninety days from the date of this notioe you fall
or refuse to contribute your proportion of suoh
expenditure, together with all costs of advertising, your interest in said claim will become the
property of tho subscriber, under section four of
on Act entitlod "An Act to Amend tho Mineral
Act, 1900." SILAS H. CROSS.
Dated this 12th day of Doceniber, 1900.
The well-known Newdale Creamery Butter
In oil sized packages and 1-pound bricks   .
September Selected Ontario Cheese
Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese
Fresh Bogustown Ranch Eggs
Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices
Morrison & Ealdweli8 Baker Street Ueisrni
To T. A. Stkvknso.n, or to any person or persons to whom he may have transferred his
interest in thoLila mineral claim, at-Morn
ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:
You are hereby notified that I, have expended
the sum of One Hundred and Fifty-Seven Dollars
in labor and:, improvements .upon  the above
mentioned mineral claim, in order to hold said
mineral claim under-the': provisions   of   the
Mineral Aot, and if within ninety days from the
date of this notice you fail'or refueo to contribute
your proportion of-such expenditure, together
with all costs of advertising, your interestin paid
claim will become tbo property of tho subscriber,
under section four.of an Act entitled "An < Act to
Amond the Minoral Act, 1900." '
Dated this 12th day of February, 1901.
Jgyfl^RX <ft CAIUUEr-AnhlttctB. 11  THE TRIBUNE: NELSON B C. FRIDAY MARCH 8, 1901  a  it  ssayers Supplies  We carry in  stock   a full  Supplies.   The  quality  of  and  our  prices  are   reasonable.  Wa aro British Columbia Agonts for"      i-��  THE DENVER. FIRE  WM. AINSWORTH  SMITH &  ire of Assayers' and Chemists'  o>ir goods  cannot  be excelled  CLAY CO.'S GOODS  & SON'S BALANCES  THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W.  VIOTORIA  BLOCK  F. TEETZEL & > CO.  .    NELSON,   B. 0.  THE  Mansfield Manufacturing Go.  nelson, b. c.  *���-'  Buli&GrS and  Contractors  - V  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. Hy  aim will be at alltlmes to supply you with our produets at'lowest  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods: ln 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 ln a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates. '   7  We shall also Keep on hand a  *Til9s land Cement.   '.  stock of Fire Brick, Fire'Clay,  \m%  y%|fe '  ,��� Our Bricks and Lime Bock have taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition In ,1399 and also this year.   We also  7 secured prizes last year and this! year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.:' ���      '        ,.     '��� j .        ,,,,-,-      ,..-.!.     ,.i>,  '1' %"',���- We "are prepared to offer .'special rates to Contractors and  Builders. '    ,[ _        ",,'-' !.-��'" .' - .  r . ;,/ ERNEST MANSFIELD,  j..tot The Mansfield Manufacturing Company.  ' ,' Succcstora to  ���SSS ' ,'" The West Kootenay Brick A Lime Co[, Ltd  ft     r.  m  w  1 /'t.  IK-  lr*,*  h\:.  fox  t*_.  1st  J/V  Xw  II-  m  lit  [7  If'?  It.'-.  1  WaaJ-a^  *���    ���'  v rM&A&W*  -  BIsfVv^yH    j*    a^ii 1 A* iTtiit j       if: 0  KraWi   ^^lSsL^  ��i  BBf     W  - Perhapsyou did not know,  but we want you to learn  now and,.remember that  we . make;, a feature' of  cheese of all kinds.  Meclaren's Imperial In all Sizes.  MacLaren's Roquefort.  Imported, Swiss.  Also; the Finest Canadian Cream.  is  i^1 -  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  \$,i  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone 10 K-W-C Baker Street  K-W-0  The Nelson Clothing House  Great Slaughter Sale  ������  �����  FROM 10 TO 25% DISCOUNT FOR THE  NEXT THIRTY DAYS.  > In order to make room for Spring Good*. I have decided lo well for the noxt thirty days all  goods in stock at greatl* reduced prices. All heavy goods away down, cost not considered, and In  Clothing, Gents' Kurnl��hinK*H, Hats and Cups, and HootH and Shoos I will givo from 10 to 25 par cent  discount, and all Kubber Goods at cost.   Now jh the chance to partake of tbe best bargains over  'offered in the Kootouuyg.   "'  ..... .. .  yourself of tho b  for only 30 days.  My Btook Ih all new anil up-to-date and the sale Is genuine, so now avail  yourself of tho best opportunity to get goo J goods at lesH than wholesale price*.   Remember this Is  J.  A.   GILKER,  Proprietor.  MURALO  MURALO  mm  As housecleaning will soon be the order of the day we would  invite your attention to our stock of PAINTS and VARNISHES.  v       For kalsomining there isxnothing that gives better.satisfaction  than MURALO.   We have twenty-five shades to select from.  Ask for color card.  Lawrence Hardware Co.  BEAUTIFUL  GRAVURES  AND   ETCHINGS  S 7 Jof -landscapes and other scenes, Free with every purchase  ASi of two packages of Cream of Wheat, the Breakfast Dainty.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Seats for the performance iu tbe  opera house on Monday evening  will be bundled by the Palm candy  store.  The local amateur operatic society  of Rossland, which was putting on  H.M S. Pinafore and who intended  to produce it hero," has given up the  undertaking owing to the lack of  talent.  E. Nelson Pell, manager of the  Athabasca mine, will read on the  milling practice at the Athabasca  before the Canadian Mining Institute which is now iu session ih  Montreal.  As the city rock, crusher is now  ready for operation the steam roller  will probably be moved to the,  ' quarry! Rock sufficient to" complete  the, macadamizing of Baker street  is alEthat.will be crushed at pres-  ent.^?.z-l '~~  ""The fish" of-.freight" over the C.  P.. R.tliroq^ NejUo*n'^Ul cpntihaes.  During th&Jas~tr^21 hbiujs the' coni^  .pan��'has" .unloaded   atjfl^rocter 98'  ^nafcing^tya, total -. number of cars  nandledoVe'r'the Balfour extension  during that period 180.  No definite information concerning the new drill hall which is to  be built in Nelson is at hand. Mr.  Beer received a communication from  W. A. Galliher, M.P., stating that  tbe latter would interview- the minister of public works concerning the  matter at an early date.  E, ,WV Matthews, local manager  of R. G. Dun & Co., has been called  to Winnipeg owing to the serious  illness oi .bis wife. - During his  absence. N. T. Macleod, formerly  manager of the Hudson Bay stores,  will look after the Nelson affairs of  the mercantile' 'company. '  "  F. W. 'Swannell, secretary of the  Nehoa 'board of. -trade,' 'received  word yesterday, that the'resolution  asking that all bonded i mail matter  for the Kootenays be distributed at  Nelson, and which has been placed  before the postmaster general, would  receive immediate consideration. \'  At the police''court' yesterday J a  Chinaman . by the name" of > Wing  laid information against' two boys,  saying one of them 'had assaulted  him and the other'' bad thrown his  basket   of  .vegetables   in a creek.  The boys will appear at tbe police  court'.this, morning .to �� answer to  the charge. .- -    '- ,.Z\A&    ��   *>.   ..  j.. A. H. Fisher, the' ticket,agent at  the Union depot, who made a flying  trip to -Winona; Minnesota, about  two, weeks ago owing to tbe illness  of bis aged, mother, returned-to tbe  city yesterday, leaving bis . mother  ^improving   in , health.    Mr. Fisher  said be found' times rather quiet  throughout.the middle states.  The examination of the.phuntiff  in the case of Peters vs. tbe Nelson  Tramway Company before tbe registrar   of -the   supreme court was  concluded  yesterday.  'The'bill of.  particulars   concerning the. statement of claims of the defendants,  as ordered by Mr." justice Irving a  week ago, was issued last evening.  Action was  started   in -the-supreme court-- yesterday_aguinst^tbe_  Mollie Gibson  Mining Company by  Kirkpatrick  & Wilson,* Brackman-  Ker Milling  Company, Nelson Saw  and   Planing   Mill   and others for  debt.    It-is said tbe   amount   Aue_  the   companies     just    named   is  about   $40,000.     The   action   will  reach chambers in a week or*so.  �� ^Concerning his appointment to a  commission   in the South .African  constabulary, G.  S. Beer' received  word yesterday from the minister  of militia, Hon. F. W. Borden, that  a number of appointments would  be made on the arrival of colonel  Steele   in   Ottawa,   and   that   his  would then  receive consideration.  Tbis would indicate that there was  a good chance'of Mr. Beer receiving  an appointment.  Joseph T. Jones, who has been  advanced 'money by his brother,  Arthur^ Jones of London, England,  leaves for his home' tbis morning.  Mr. Jones has been in this province  for the* past two years and has met  with niany misfortunes. When be  came ou^ he brought a large sum  of money, but owing to bad;luck  and pool' nianagement he lost all.  He goes via Portland Maine.  Tbe^first shipment of material  from the old shipyards to the new  one on the lake front back of  Honeyman's foundry was made yesterday. 'Other loads will be moved  daily and in a short time all the  material will be at the new location. Tbe buildings which will be  erected this time will be more substantial than the old ones, as it is  the intention of the company to  make this" the permanent headquar  ters for the repairing and construe  tion of boats.  summer. At Revelstoke he will  meet his partner,- W. A. Potter, and  from there they will then proceed  together. They will go via the  White Horse trail. Although the  season is yet early good time can be  made over the road as the travel is  principally over the good ice of the  rivers, which havo not' broken up  yet.       , - '-  .Owing to the injuries chief of  police Bullock-Webster received  while in pursuit of prisoner Emory  on Wednesday he was unable to  attend court yesterday.  The Terpsicborean club held a  social dance in Fraternity Hall last,  night. The attendance was good,  the; music was fine/ tlie floor was  in excellent shape and in fact every-,  thing seemed to tend to the success  of the event.  "William Dowriie, superintendent  of the C. P. R., who has for the past  week been on a trip to Rossland"  and the Boundary .country, in, order to become acquainted with" the  country over-M^hichjae has jurisdiction^ returned   to the city, last  ��y^?n'f:-k^. --4 ^      - - Ai. \  ��- ^K^]1*1.get��j^l,y'.fr'jan,e house .is )ae-*  ing erected on Baker street opposite the Sherbrooke hotel by contractor W. F. Fisher for Edward  Sullivan. The building is to be  used as a lodging house, aud arrangements .-are being made for a  barroom attachment. The cost is  about $1000. ..-,        .-.    ^' i ,-��� ' "  Telephone Imprqvements.   S-  '  A long 50-wire cable, to '-bemused  by the   local telephone couipauy,  arrived in the city yesterday from  Vancouver."   'It' will be put into  place atrorice and .will extend from  the'.central office on Stanley street  along Baker, to,Josephine.    If this  were notfus'ed 50 additional single  wires would 'be. required and the  wiring would be complicated.   The  cable will be   used   in  connection  withs the\telepbones/tbatc<will 'be  'placed in the buildings along-Joa'e;  phine street and also throughout  Fairview Addition; ' Since the service of^thecompany^bas. been in*-  .proved, a flacrge; number^ of ^'phones  have been placed.-   -The two switch  boards which have been>put in and  which   give'accommodation to 300  subscribers is'entirely in use and at  present the "company willbe unable  to accept any furthei^subscriptions.  It is the'intention-of "the, company  to put ifcf additional Witch boards;  ������: .;,;-.. v. w<> '  Board;, of Trade .Council. -   ,  The council of the.!- Nelson board  of trade met last evening at the  board rooms, a'fair- number, being  in attendance.' Several important  questions were discussed and resolutions, which;will be-.placed 'before  the next monthly -meeting' of the  board, which will- 'be held, next  Thursday evening,-were drafted.  The principal question under discussion was the - lead' difficulty.  After a lengthy discussion it was  left to. a committee "which* is to report; at tbe next - meeting. Ibis  understood that the committee  were advised to bring in a resolution favoring the appointment of a  delegation which shall -��� be sent to  interview the .government during  the present session...'The members  allege that this is the most import  '   ii  h.   zB~5r:E:e,s <sc oo  3srs3r.soxr  KASLO  S^.3STI3035T  STOVES!   STOVESI   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Ageqts for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  8EE OUR GUNS'AND RIFLES    '   ���  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITIQN    .  TELEPHONE �� ��� , Storo. Corner Brtker and Joaephino Stieab  , , . Amending Treaties. *'  Washington, March 7. ��� Th'e  senate in executive session today  ratified the agreement with various  European powers for an amendment  of the treaty made at Brussels some  years since for the protection of in-,  diistrial jproperty as affected by ithe,  vgegi��tratipn of patent^, trad^ marks,  ���etc. / The modifications.-made^are  not of general interest. The reciprocity treaties were not discussed, and  it now-appears that .they will < not  be called up this session'. The committee on foreign relations bad. not  acted upon them during'thepresent  session,-and senators generally hold  that it is necessary that there should  be committee action before the senate can take them up again.  The only European country which  has a lower death rate than Britain  is Norway^ ',"'    '    .,  PEBSONAIi*   "    .  K. W. C. Block,  Ward Stroet.  Telephone 251  The Palm  , TEA   AND   COFFEE   PARLORS.  W. J. - Andrews of "Slocan City is  at the Queen's. . ,  F.lT. Caldwell of .Revelstoke is  registered at tha Madden Uouse: y    '��� - '   >  Frank Dick, owner ot ,th'e Alba  claim ou Cottonwood crook. Is In the city.   ���.  . J.' F. Callom; principal ���owner of  tho Arlington mine.,Is in Nelson for a few days.  '   W. Yi Mackenzie of;^yancouver,  and Thomas Hilliard of Rosgland 'are at the  Phair. , .        ,,      �� f,t    ,  M. S. Logan of Rossland,' mahag-'  ing director of the Juno MIning'Company, is in  thecity.^  vj ,'/-    %..      ,-'.,. .%.^..-  R.^ R. 'Allen of Sloean City," H.  Cooper of Vancouver and R. BuUlck of .Winnipeg are at Lhe Hume: .   ,-     .    .,_    *>   , (  George^B. Drewry",of Rossland,  secretary of the Canadian Golilflelds Syndicate,  arrived in Nelsou yesterday.      , ;,     .  -  'Henry Roy- of Rossland,' manag-:  ing director of the London. Consolidated Mining  Company, was in Nelsbn yBsterday.v/- j , _, fi >. *  G. Sr.Williams of Spokane; traveling freight agent of thdSpo'ktne'Falli fc North-  rived in Nelson last evotolng.'i   "**���  -  This ts the place where the ladies meet  1 o have l heir afternoon tea,  This l<_ the place where the people meet  'io buy their fruit and candy.  This is the place w here you want to buy  Anything iu our line,'  Wo guaranteo fresh goods and full weight  And your money Vi worth every timo.  '  We are still paying-the newspapers to tell the people that we are selling Stewart's,  Lowney's and .Qanong's Chocolate Bon Bona.    .  Our Phone Number is 25*. You may use It all  you like. Wo.are pleased to, bavo you ring us  up  when an order is ln sight.        "      _     i -  The Palm  em.'arrii  BUSINESS' MENTION.  '5'  ...iti.itriirTnmTTTiiiuiMuijTTTiiriiiMiirTTTrTiCTnniTTTra  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  ' ,      No. 'A X. W. C. Block, NELSON, TB. O.      .  Gold, SUverXead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange. -.  ���  . ^fee-Milling Gold Properties wanted at onee for Eastern Investors.  property for Bale are requested to send samples of their oro'to the  W e desire to hear from all prospectors who have promising minoral  Parties having mining  Kxchange for exhibition,  claims iu British Columbia.  -.Prospectors and raining men are'requested to make the Exchange their headquarters when  in Nelson. M        ..���>,.      ('��        ...<������ *     ,     ��    ., r   ;. -   -  w> All samples should bo sent by express, Prepaid.   ~' "* ""   "  - Address all communications to       .'        -   '  Telephone" 104   '     v    r  '     '��� P. O. Box'700"  ���illniiimrnmn, ryy  Correspondence solicited.  ANDREW. F. ROSENBERGER,.  A_\ Nelson; B. C,  'i*  ii.i  niiiiiiiuuiiiiBlllllllllllllllimilliiiiiiniiiiiiimim'imi  OSrEXiSOIT  MONDAY, MARCH 11th.  , Cellar to Rent���Apply The Royal  Bank of Canada.   '    "* *   " .    ��   >  ' To let���Furnished rootns 'id- Car-,  ney block.  Apply MUs Garrett.       '  Go_tothe01d  Curiosity Shop if  you want to buy or sell anything.        i  , Cash paid' for scrap' iron, brass  and copper.  Nelson Iron Works.   , ���   .  Hack - calls left at.. the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vernon stroet.    Telephone  caUSS.     '".'.'.  For, Rent���Two-rooin  house on  Victoria street.  Apply' Matheson Sc Graham'*  barber shop.  Nelson'' Employment     Agency,  Baker street, J. H. Love.   Help' of  all kind  furnished.! '  For Rent.���Two fine' offices centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Bank  of Montreal. '  Queen's  Funeral  Procession  WE HAVE  Improved J   Incandescent  ;r MirroF; ,,Globeu\ Lamps.  ''Now^mr.StocW: , They,  Improve t- Electric,  Light.  !''P&K. Pe^.ceht.^,,     ,    ,  '- . t.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY  & CONSTRUCTION CO.  W1L.L BE REPRODUCED WITH  Njoving .  Pictures  Nelson, B. O.  ant question before the public today and that something inust be  done immediately. '���,'..   - ���        *-  Emory Gets .Two Years.  Prisoner Emoryi'who gave the  officials a warm chase, ,on" Wednesday, was taken before magistrate  Crease yesterday afternoon to receive his sentence, having been con-  victed.of obtaining a time check-by  false pretences from .the Hall Mines  Smelter Co. He" was- given two  years' imprisonment.'-' Chief Jarvis,  who brought Emory from the jail,  took no chances on Kis getting away  this time and securely fastened his  hands with the iron cuffs and his  legs with the heavyv hobbles. Until this year a magistrate, could not  sentence for a term oyer six months  but their jurisdiction has;been extended by the liew- criminial act  which came into effect on January  1, 1001.  aany customers.  Hbitttan Block.  Telephona 161.  P. CU Box 176. v  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  W. J. Donaldson, who has for  some time past been a resident of  this city, leaves this morning for  Dawson City where he will be'. engaged in mining during the coming  Chapleau Judgments.  Sheriff S. P. Tuck returned to the  ' city last evenidg-from the Chapleau  mine   on Lemon creek, where he  seized all the movable goods belonging to the company.     The  goods  now in the possession of the law  consists of the tramway and fixtures, a ten-stamp mill and machinery, assay office supplies and furniture,   groceries,   boot   and   shoes,  men's   furnishings,   octagon   steel,  bedsteads,    stoves, blankets, mattresses,    office    furniture,    horses,  wagon, hay, oats, harness, pumps,  house furniture, blacksmith's tools,  and   other goods.    This property  will be sold at the sheriff's office at  11 am., Thursday, March 14th, to  satisfy   a   judgment/ of    various  claims amounting to $10,917.   "'���-������  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 return to adjutant  McQiU, Salvation Army. '   ,  ���*  Japan Tea of all kinds to suit  your teste. Sun Cured, Spldor Leg, -Pan Fired  In bulk or packages.  Kootenay Coffee Co.    ���  Wanted���A few first-class stonemasons and stonecutters on the Robson bridge.  Union wages paid. 'Apply at the work. John  Gunn.  For fresh candies; fruits, nuts. Sec.,  cigars and tobaccos of the befit brands, call at the  Bon Ton Confectionery, Baker, street, Miss A.  L. Kllnkwltss.  Furnished * Room to. Let���Large  front room to let: centrally located. A poly toM.  M. Fraser, East Victoria strool, near oorner of  Hondryx.  Found���A gold chain and locket.  Owner can have samd'by provliig property and  paying for this advertisement. Apply "Locket."  Tribune office. _  "That fine blend'of Ceylon Tea we  are selling at thirty cents"'per twund is giving  the best of satisfaction to our mar  Kootenay Coifee Co.  For Sale���Barber shop, fruit and  news stand. Close to steamboat landing and  station Cheap. Satisfactory reason for leaving.  Apply T. Pinnlche, barber, Nakusp, B. C.  For rent���On March 1st, house on  cornor of Front and Park streots. Five rooms,  bath room, oto. Rent, including water, f25. Apply to fi. Kilby, next door to McBride's stables.  Western Canadian Employment  Ofllce���Male and female help of all TdudH furnished free of Charge. Victoria street, next door  to Public Library. 'Phone 270.   P.O. Box 711.  Copper, Copper, Copper.   Copper  minoi and prospeoirS wanted. Send samples and  report to The Prospectors' Exchange. Room t,  K-W-C Block, Nelson, B. C. Phone 104. P. O.  box No. 700.  We   have   Indian,   Ceylon    and  China Teas in great variety, choicest q"allty.  We make a specialty of blending teas and sell  them in any quantity at lowest rates. Kootenay  Coffee Co.  Gold,   Oold,   Gold.  Free   milling  gold mines and prospeo' s wanted. Send samples  and report to Androw F. Rosenberger, Room i,  K-W-C Block, Nelson. Telephone m P.O. box  No. 700.  John Love, representing the Consolidated Stut'onery Company. Ltd , Winnipeg,  is in the city. He will be in the Kcotenay, Slocan and Boundary districts for several weeks,  during which time his headquarters will be at  the Hotel Hume.  Wanted ��� A woman   who   can  take charge of general housework. ' Three  children.  Good homo for right pern nu Wages  ' Don't fail to- secure seats, and  you will -witness with' your'own  eyes< the Grand Military Funeral  of> the greatest ��� rnler ��� the world  ,has ever had.     ,       -.       /���'  Reserved Seals   -    -    -  Back Seats in Gallery   ���  60  25  The,Gait Coal office has been  removed to the Ward building,   on1 "Baker   street���two  doors  west 'C. P. R.  offices.'  .  -, *-, i . ^  A. full supply, of Gait Coal  now on hand.  J. E. ANNABLE, Manager  W.P.TIERNEY>  Telephone No. 205     General Agen*��  STRATHCONAS  Are now on the market. Give  them a trial..Manufactured by  the Nelson.Cigar Factory.  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  J. Lovell Smith, Prdfe.  Victoria 8treet.  Nelson Tent and  Awning Factory  Tents,  of  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street.  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTKL. BLOOK.  Large stock of high-class imported  jeolaltr of thr  fashion in ooatn.  specialty of the square   shoulder���the  latest  awnings,, and  canvas goods  to order.  all  kindsr  made  THE0 MADSON, Proprietor  Baker Street, Nolson    �����  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  Boarding and Day School for Girls. - Will reopen January 15th. Terms moderate. For term r  aod prospectus apply to ...     -.���-',.  MADAMOISELLE KERN. Principal.  ealem-ij.nob  far from   10.00urVandT||8a month." Will ��w half fare to Ferguson  more than half *te Jem.7-      ^ ��� ' ?^A��s?^��.R��a>ieo*ite,���^��.c,  Dp, Hawkey  \Has Removed to the'  TURNER-BOECKH BLOCK  The Cabinet Cigar Store  G.B. MATTHEW, Proprietor.  *-��������������������� f  Headquarters for  "CARAMEL"   "POMMERY"  11 SMILAX "   yVIRGIN   GOLD"  Ornn^ttUf i  .Pi!


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