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 .-jV,^-t-ri^^gr^*^  x-mT^tAssmmmm  .'-'.. ?�����-'-���'.������ ���"'��� r -"-.I '. Z?-j'.'!*yvS71~~'7f.fv*?<  s:?%-.  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  '������������' Ir'-iW^w-ivv"  fin  OTNTH YEAR  THE TRIBUNE: KELSON B. C. THURSDAY, MARCH 21, 1901  PRICE FIVE CENTS  A  COLONIZATION   SCHEME  EXPLORING THE RICH VALLEYS  OF EAST KOOTENAY.  Two  Hundred   Families Prepared to  Settle if Suitable Lands Are  Available.  A.  and  As  up  J. Alcock, J. C.  Squarebriggs  A. C. Weldon passed  through  Nelson last night en route for the  East Kootenay country.   They are  the advance agents of a colonization  society recently organized  at Van  couver and their mission is to spy  out lauds suitable for farming or  grazing.    Considerable information  has already been acquired by these  gentlemen as to the lands available  for settlement and the conditions  upon  which they can be secured.  The C. P. R.   are   affording   every  facility for investigation, giving the  party free transportation, letters of  introduction, etc.    Outfitting was  done at Vancouver, a plentiful supply   for   a   six ^veeka' trip  being  brought along.  The colonization scheme was  started at "the Terminal City several months ago, among its promoters being several practical"  farmers and ranchers, who came  west iu the hope of acquiring land.  Not finding.conditions as they expected, they were driven into the  cities of the Coast, where t~ey engaged in various branches of .business-with'more or less success,  individuals, they could take  land, but so far distant from markets that they could-not hope for  success. Then the scheme of combination or colonization was mooted  and found suchy favor that the  party above named started on their  mission as" the representatives of  some 200 families.     They   intend  :'to go. as. far as Windermere where  a friend of Mr. Squarebriggs has  for years past . run a ranch,  and with great success.- The  favorable reports received from  this old rancher, whose name is  McKay, justifies the belief that cattle raising and general farming can  be carried on with great profit in  that section of the country. If his  statements are verified from twenty  to thirty families will at once go  into tho country as the nucleus of a  general settlement.  The prospector?, however, will  net confine their attentions to the  Windermere district. They have, a  general roving commission, and intend pushing south towards the international boundary. Then they  will take in Pincher creek, Fort MeLeod and Calgary, taking train  from the latter place on the homeward trip to "Vancouver. They are  very hopeful of finding, if not   "a  -land=flowing-with=milk=and=honey"'=  at least such a country as will enable them to recommend the carry-  - ing out of the colonization scheme.  The three gentlemen are well qualified to perform the��duties entrusted to them. They are well outfitted and prepared tor almost any  emergency that may arise. At Fort  Steele they will secure horses to  pack their supplies aud themselves  through the land of promise. The  trip, it is expected, will take about  a month or six weeks.  trea  Reinforcements at Tien Tsin.  Pekin, March 20.���The British reinforcements, consisting of ninety  marines, which arrived at Tien  Tsin last uight from the Taku forts  to replace the India guards on the  disputed lands, are explained as due  to a fear lest any incident arising  out of the Russo-British land question should cause the French troops,  whose conduct has given much  trouble, to precipitate a collision.  The British commander desires to  have enough troops in Tien Tsin to  preserve order in the streets. General Bailloud left here this morning  to inquire into the conduct of  French troop3 at Tien Tsin. At today's conference of the foreign,  "ministers general matters were discussed and. no conclusions were  arrived at.  Proposed Indemnities.  -Washington, March 20.���It is  stated that the sum total of the  indemnities claimed by all nations  cannot be calculated at this moment  because of the. lack of agreement  among the powers on the basis of a  settlement, butassuming the powers  ��ve willing to accept the scheme of  adjustment proposed by the United  States, allowing a certain amount  for each missionary killed or. injured, and another allowance for  property destroyed, the sum total  of the claims would be considerably  less than $250,000,000. It is not  doubted that under an economical  administration, with order completely restored and with free  access to the interior of China, the  Chinese revenues would be able  to meet" this charge against them  within a reasonable time. But.it  appears almost hopeless now to expect the other powers to accept the  same basis of compensation as  would satisfy the United States  government. Not only is there a  vast difference in the scale of demands based on military expendi-  is a very radi-  ^mion as to the  Wfe Christians who  have suffered in person and ��� property by the Boxers, and it is believed that if this element is to be  treated with the liberality proposed by some, of the European  nations the indemnity claimed will  be nearly $500,000,000 in the aggregate, an amount, it is declared,  quite impossible for China to meet.  Railroad Blockade.   -  Grand Rapids, Michigan, March  20.���All trains on the Grand Rapids  and Indiana, Pere Marquette and  Michigan Central railway, north of  Cadi}lac to the straits of Mackinaw  are again at a complete standstill  as a .result of tbe sleet storm and  heavy wind which prevailed yesterday and last night. Communication also was stopped, the weight  of ice Avhich formed on the telegraph wires breaking them in a  number of places. The officials say  the tie up is the worst of the winter.  Carnegie Reaches London.  Southampton, March 21.���The  St. Louis, with Mr. aud Mrs. Andrew  Carnegie aboard, docked at 2 o'clock  this morning. Only a few passengers disembarked. Mr. and Mrs.  Carnegie had given .strict, orders  that they should not be awakened  until G. o'clock." The liner had. a  ���miserable trip, but--'no serious  weather. , Mr. Carnegie .was on  deck' daily and is in excellent  health.        A London Exposition.  London, March 21.���The Daily  Mail says this morning: "It is reported in high circles that king Ed-  Edward contemplates, a big exhibition in London on the lines of the  Paris exposition, the idea being to  eneloso the Thames from Westminster bridge to Albert bridge, including the whole of Battersea Park."  French Strikers.     ,  Marseilles, March 20.���A conflict today owing to a striker's endeavor to break through the cordon of troops protecting the men  who are working on the. docks resulted in three grendarmes and a  soldier being killed with stones. A  revolverjvas^fired^on^theside'Of the  RETURNED FROM THE WAR  ONE OF THE STRATHCONA HORSE  ARRIVES IN NELSON  And Speaks of the  Whereabouts of  the Local  Contingent���Medals  Presented' by Edward VII.  strikers, of whom 15 were arrested.  Thompson Knocked Out,  Newcastle-on-Tyne, March 20.  ���In a 20-round contest at catch  weights at the Standard theater in  this city this evening "Jack"  O'Brien of Philadelphia cleverly  knocked out "Jack" Thompson of  Newcastle in the second round. The  American outclassed his opponent.  Bankrupt Lumber Firm.  PiiTSHUicci, March 20.���L. D.  Strauss and L. L. Sattler, doing  business as Strauss, Sattler & Co.,  aud ��� the Pitjbsburg Lumber Company, filed a petition in bankruptcy  in the United States district court  today. The firm has liabilities of  $100,000 and no assets.  Mining Operations Resumed.  Johannesburg, March 20.���One  mining company has restarted  crushing ore and four others are  preparing to begin;  Sir Alfred Milner, governor of  the Transvaal and Orange. River  Colony, expects to stay here three  months.        '  Aggressive Russia.  London, March 21.���"Russia's  proceedings inKorea," says the Kobe  correspondent of the Daily Mail,  "are now openly aggressive, and it  is believed that she is*about to make  further demands in connection with  Ma San Pho."  Valuable Privileges.  ,. Nkw York, March 20.���A seat  on the New York Stock Exchange  waa sold today for $52,000. This is  $500 more than the previous highest  price paid.  A.  Wilkie Mackenzie, who   left  Nelson twelve months ago to join  the Strathcona Horse for service in  South Africa, returned yesterday  "and   is' receiving   the congratulations of his friends., He has seen  some very active service with the  corps, but was fortunate enough to  escape   the   Boer    bullets >  which  showered around him from many a  kopje.   Mac shared the honor with  the other boys of being presented  with the South African medal by  king Edward VII and being one of  those who carried' the Strathcona  colors across";the Atlantic���cc-Iors  presented by the king.   Hi's detachment served principally with Buller, and were through some of the  hottest   work"   of    tlie   campaign.  He     gives     a ' very    interesting  account   of- many   of   his    comrades   in     arms    recruited     here  and in Rossland.   H. M. Daly, sou  of hon. T. Mayne Daly, stayed off  at Montreal, but' will   return   to  Rossland in a few- days.   Sergeant-  major Ronth is visiting in Winnipeg.   P. C. Wraggo   is spending a  few days in Toronto before coming  west again.   John Ryan broke   his  journey at Winnipeg.   T. McAllister is on his way from Ottawa with  P. E. Simpson.   Lieutenant Leckie  is visiting his   father in   Sudbury.  P. Switzer and R. C. McDonnell remained behind and Bob Wineralls  is thinking.of-going back to Africa..  He is in London and expects to get  a   commission. ' Butler,   Williams,  and Bob Palmer are also   in   England.   Young* Parksan.d', Jim. Abbot were in'th'e hospital  when the  transport left the African   shores  but were reported'to be improving.  Lockhart had left the service and  joined the engineers in Africa.   He  is doing well on railroad construction.     Pearson also remained behind.  The returned soldier gives a  graphic account of the circumstances attending the death of  sergeant Logan in tlie Crockadile  valley. Poor Logan sold his life  dearly, firing some fatal shots from,  his revolver as he lay mortally  wounded on the ground. Most of  the boys suffered from the enteric  fever, which carried off not a few,  including Davies, who died at  Pretoria.  Before leaving Africa the Strathconas were addressed by lord  Kitchener, who said: "I don't  =want=to,flatter-y ou ;-Lk no w^y ou=had=  hard work to do, but if you only  knew of the letters I received from  different generals in this country  asking me to send on the Strathconas, you would not blame me."  Mr. MacKenzie does not think  much of South Africa as a field for  the working man, but for skilled  mechanics and capital he believes  it affords au exceptionally good  opening. All the heavy work is  done by the blackman. The Baden-  Powell police will not have a snap;  plenty of hard, dangerous' work  awaits them, as they will have to  do with a cunning and treacherous  people.  Mr. Mackenzie is staying at the  Queen's, where his friends may see  him.  '  Duel With Knives.  San Bernardino, California,  March 20.���A. P. Elliott, manager  of the Peacock Copper Mining company, and James Neville, a well  known mining man, became involved in a quarrel at Dagetc, a  small town 100 miles north of here,  and fought a duel with pocket'  knives for 15 minutes, during which  time blood was spilled on almost  every street corner of the town, as  the contestants ran while they  fought. The entire population witnessed the tragedy, and not until  they saw Neville fall mortally  wounded did anyone interfere. Elliott was also wounded but not  seriously. ��He is in jail.  Independent Republics.  New York, March 20.���The implication drawn from the review of  .the world's commerce for 1900 that  the United States has officially  recognized the annexation of the  Transvaal and.: the ��� Orange Free  State by describing them as British  colonies is contradicted by the state  department register for 1901, says  a special from Washington to the  Times. Tho register describes the  Transvaal and the Orange Free  State as "indeppndent republics."  The state department register conveys the official position of the government on the question. It is a  publication of the state department  and prepared under the supervision  of the chiefs of the department.  The review of: the world's commerce is prepared in one of the  bureaus of the department. Of  course '; neither! ^publication could  officially determine the attitude of  the government,; lint if either has  any weight the balance is in favor  of the register. '.y7  Brutal* Hazing.  Chicago, March 20.���A special to  the Chronicle froin Milwaukee says:  W. -W. Gillespie,j a student of the  Milwaukee Medical college, had his  skull partly fractured, his nose'  broken and several gashes cut in  his face as the result of hazing by a  fellow student. . He is under a doctor's care and will recover, but he  will ��� be. disfigured. Gillespie is a  school teacher >with an excellent'  record and is taking a medical  course in . connection with �� his  regular work.. He" was too busy to  join in the student's pranks and incurred the ill will of some of them.  When a lighted cigar was thrown  in his face he resented it with a  blow and was attacked from behind and knocked down. Then his  face was battered. He thinks' he  knows his assailant and as soon as  he recovers will take steps to have  him punished.  WON'T ACCEPT ARBITRATION  PREMIER DUNSMUIR TALKS  STATES HIS POSITION ON RAILROAD QUESTIONS.  Crow's Nest  Southern   Railway  Bill  Reported to the House���Prospects of Its Passage.  THE  TIEN-TSIN .DIFFICULTY UNSETTLED.  British-and"Russian Commanders Are  Defiant and Serious Result's  -Not Unlikely.  London, March 21.���General Wo-  gaek has refusedto accept count  von Waldersee's arbitration at  Tien-Tsin, says the Pekin correspondent of the Daily Mail, wiring  yesterday, and demands that -the  British not only withdraw but  apologize for removing the Russian  flag. General Barrow refuses to do  either, and in so refusing has the  support of the British government.  British reinforcements are being  sent., t  Berlin, March 20.-r-In German  official circles it is asserted that  British ^and^Russian^guards^stilL  occupy the land in controversy at  Tien Tsin and that a satisfactory  adjustment of the matter may be  expected. The press does not consider tlie Tien Tsin incident vital.  All the papers express a belief that  Great Britain will yield. The  VossischeZeitung says thatEngland  cannot now afford to engage in a  serious conflict with Russia.  Thin Tsin, March 20.���In addition  to the Australians outposts from  the. lines of communication are  coming in to bo ready in case of  necessity. The British are under  arms to prevent the settlement  being rushed, but thoy do not anticipate such extremes.  Two Strike Calls.  Shamokin, Pennsylvania, March  20.���George Hartleiri, secretary of  No. 9 of the United Mineworkers'  Union, said today that if a general  tieup is ordered two strike calls  will be issued simultaneously, one  to the miners and another to tho  engineers, pumpmen and firemen.  In this eveut, he said, the mines  will be flooded unless the officials'  operate the machinery.  Kwang Su Better Return.  London, Marcli 21.���The Shanghai  correspondent mentions a report  that the allies in the event of the  failure of emperor Kwang Su to return to Pekin intend to proclaim  his brother, prince Chun, as regent.  Hurricane and Flood.  Melhernih, March 20.���A hurricane swept the New Hebrides on  January 25, doing great damage.  Malrid, March 20.���Great damage has been done by the floods in  Andalusia.  Victoria, March 20.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���At a public meeting  held last night, called in the interest of the Victoria, Vancouver r&  Eastern road, E. V. Bod well said it  looked as if the premier and executive were controlled by the Canadian  Pacific railway. Today, in speaking to a question of privilege, premier Dunsmuir said such a statement was false; that the only interest he had as premier in any  corporation was his interest in the  province of British Columbia, and  iu making deals- for new railway  building he would see to it that the  province got the best of the bargain  that could possibly be had.. Martin  and Brown of the oppo'sition also  resented Bodwell's imputation.  It looks now as if the Coast to  Kootenay railway, if built," will be'  built without a cash subsidy, as the  members are beginning to see  through the schemes of the charter-  mongers.  The school bill passed its second  reading today without a division,  Curtis of Rossland alone voting  nay, Garden of Vancouver being  absent. It will undoubtedly be  amended in committee, as there is a  strong feeling against dual control  of city finances. -  The Lemon and Nolan appointments have been made and will be  gazetted tomorrow. :.-  The-Crow's Nest. Southern., Railway bill was reported to the. house  today by the railway ^committee. It'  will probably pass "wiflf a' penalty  clause to prevent the ��� hauling of  coal and coke out of the province  when' a supply is needed in the  province.  Jaffray is still here and has so  far refused to make contracts with  local smelters for a coal and coke  supply, notwithstanding reports to  the contrary.  The government has under consideration a scheme to issue twenty-  five million acres of land scrip at  one dollar an acre, the scrip to  carry everything in or on the land,  the proceeds to be used in building  railways through the province and  ���af ter built the roads to be leased  for operation. This scheme, if.  feasible and adopted, would give  government ownership and control  of railways without the hazard or  responsibility, of operation. The  land scrip^if issued, Jwonld_be=J:Qiu  -40r80~TG0y32() and 040 acre tracts  and could be located on unoccupied  crown lands anywhere in the  province.  If the people of Nelson are alive  to their best interests they can  secure the location of a refinery at  some point near Nelson on Kootenay lake.   Vancouver Notes.  Vancouver, March 20.���[Special  to The Tribune.]���The collier Wil-  liamette is fast breaking to pieces  on Denraan island, outside of Union  harbor, since she broke her back  yesterday.   She will be a total loss.  A delegation of 10 residents of  Nicola, Keremos and Camp MdKin-  ney passed through to Victoria today to press granting, subsidy to  the Vancouver, Victoria &'Eastern.  The first test of the new septic  tank for sewage disposal was  very satisfactory today.  EASTERN CANADA  TELEGRAMS.  Halifax.���A number of Baden-  Powell recruits here are suffering  from heavy colds.  Ottawa.���Mrs. Myrtle Haraot,.  the only female embalmer in  Canada, died today aged  42 years.  Hamilton.���J. P. Johnson, local  manager of the Canadian Express  Company and one of Hamilton's  most popular citizens, died yesterday after twelve days' illness of  pneumonia.  Toronto.���Chief MacKinnon of  the Welland canal guard, formerly  chief of police in Hamilton, left  here yesterday for Dawson City,'  having been appointed chief of  police at that place.  Westport, Ontario.���II. W. Mc-  Nally, a prominent business man  and a member of the firm of Mc-  Nally Brothers, was accidentally  killed at his mine seven miles from  here last night. He leaves a family.  Sherbrooke, Quebec.���Word has  been received in Water.ville of the  death of O. H. Gale, late of the  firm of George Gale ��fc Sons of that  place, at Thomasville, Georgia, of  consumption." Mr. Gale built up a  large spring mattress business and  only recently disposed of it to an  English concern.  Montreal.���The Star's London  cable says : "Major Dent, who has  been appointed imperial remount  officer in Canada, with the rank of  lieutenant-colonel, sailed today on  the Teutonic to purchase more; remounts for the army, especially in  the Northwest. Major Hon. Ormsby  Gore, of the Eleventh Hussars, accompanies him as assistant officer."  Toronto.���A bill is now before  the Ontario legislature providing  that persons haying religious objections to vaccination haye the option  of declining to be vaccinated. Dr.  Sheard, city medical health officer,  says if the bill passes he will refuse  to be held responsible for keeping  smallpox out of Toronto, which is  rather well supplied with people; of  peculiar religious tenets.   '-7  '       (  Montreal.���Barry Harding of  St.. Johns, J. H.-:Tlioms6u:ofTSt;  John, George McAvity and other  gentlemen are here concerning the  ' establishment' of a steel ship build*-;  ing company in the maritime provinces with a capital of $3,000,000.  Considerable Support; from" local  capitalists is promised. A Mr.: Harding said he would not be surprised  if the near future justified the  erection of "plants at Halifax,'St.  John and Sydney.    ;f  Will Finish Georgian Bay Canal. A  New    YonKy:Mi^^[20S~^.he  largest   exploitation;-company ;7hi~  England, made up ;:of-". the Banks; of"  England and Paris, headed; by? the;  Rothschilds, according to;^a; Times  special from Torontb^has ^secured;  'control of the Georgian .Bay Canal  Company ahdVwilligq?-.,;onV;'^ith";lfi'b'.  v^prk as a -private enf^rprise^ifsit;  canPnbtinduce the"Dominion'fgovf:  eminent to guarantee the .$20,000,-<  000 of bonds, the money to be spent  on the work of construction.   Its  representative, who is now in this  city, says that the chances of making the Georgian bay and Ottawa  river   canal  the    cheapest    grain  transportation system in America  are good.    ; '      * ���; .".;"���������-;  Hill Don't Want Everything.  New York, March 20.���President  J. J. Hill of the, Great Northern  railway, who is at the Hotel Netherlands, in this city, denies positively  that he is seeking the control of the  Burlington system.  "It is not true," he said, "that the  Great Northern with the Northern  Pacific has either purchased a controlling interest in that road, or  that we havo negotiated for that  road.   We have secured noJnterest,  THE KINC AND THE MASONS  EDWARD VII. RECEIVES VARIOUS;SSM  DEPUTATIONS.     ... :; ./-V .;;|f  V'-jK  -.-���.iiNSL,  A Stickler for Etiquette���Reminds the  Court Chamberlain that England  Is Not a Republic.  -   ,t*    ......... :* .-::������ -.X-xyxXTSt  ���."��������������� *       ''.���������������.: .;������ i 7A7W@��  7 '. '   '���-".'���      . ���".;���''   '"���' ''��� 'AxAJz��f��  London, March 20.���At Sfc/ James'||g||��  palace tins afternoon, king Edwa,rd\ffi||i  wearing a field "marshal's unifqritt^ - ��**  received between 40 and 50^epiitiaf;  tions from various parts of the;;  kingdom bearing addresses of^ cori-l|||��fS  dolence and congratulations^ ^Hislf'^^  majestymadean acknowiedgeinentl||p^  to the geueral body, -but ;in^a;s^^^j  separate'replies to the Free;;Masbiis^;jf|^M|  and to the deputation from Tnmty?|pff����*S  "'  " .  ... f '���- \ -.: ��� ������'������) ��������� -.',   -AS;S^^''-t^X'  college, Dublin.   The diike of G6n-2l?IS^  X:-. Ai. "--~'\. j';-*._i 1'.;;r>-j��Sj'i"?3?  naught presented the Free Masbns|��^|*^p|  address.; The - king 'expressed vhis;|lf|f||��|  mm  great regret at relihquishing^lthei^^Jg  grand/mastorship.-5'''"'.*."^  :.:���.; He promised as; protector:;to;Cbu-:;>^  tinue watching over tlieif^interestsS^^  and to rejoiceover their prosperit^||j|S  and growth.   ?He alsoiannbuucedl5^��^'  his>great   satisfaction; tliat^"bnej  ��� near ��� me\. in ^blood^and7;;unitedSin||^^H|  ;'sympath^;with; the-T^raterm  'been chosen a,s';;his'successor';in;7tho||'Ji^^|  grand masterships referring; :to;;thq^|s^^g|  ��� duke;bf ���Connaught. -Ax 7AX.A77-AtTSMjjm  [   To the TrinityVColle^^  :: id eputation, ;*kiug;.; Ed ward;?! said ::S"Igf|||  echo the words- useid -by\7he_7:_aie7!WM  *���������.:* ���- j- :_a.- X- ������_: -i! ������_".'�� .-_���-."_.���':-:* .'*.__.- -,:_'������:.���_���:"_'. _~,j'"-_i'i:;vStt  in~tJie-Burlington through Mr. Morgan or Mr. Harriman. We are  attending to our own business, in  our own way, and find that the  successful management of ono railroad can keep us busy."  Young Women in a Fight.  Portsmouth, Ohio, March 20.���  Word has reached this city of a  terrible fight which occurred on  Turkey creek, about 15 miles from  this city, Sunday night. Mollie  Wissman and Nellie Grey, two  young country belles, quarreled  over the attentions shown them by  Edward Montgomery. Miss Wissman stabbed Miss Grey in two  places, ono wound in the back being over six inches in length. She  was arrested and will be held pending developments.  Boers Still Fighting.  Duriian, March 20.���Owing to  the Klip river being flooded, general Campbell's column has been unable to return to Standerton, from  which point it went to bring away  the garrison at Verde, which the  British evacuated. The column  heard heavy fighting going to and  coming from Verde. General  Campbell had about 200 sick and  wounded. There are many bands  of roving Boers in the neighbors  hood of Standerton.  Dual Language System.  London, March 21.���The Capetown correspondent of the Daily  Mail says he learns on good authority that the British government  will almost certainly adopt the  dual language system in the new  colonies. A decision which, he  adds, will cause disappointment in  Capetown.  majesty;on;hervlast'yisit;td;;Irelan  ah(I; have *f u 11 Vj-faith:*^  times'bfVstrenubus sehdea^r;^hiclii|f^^S|  are^jtefore; us;tlte7sb;^^  cient'institution;^wilii:'eac^  place;play;.hisV'diie;'pM  .tenahce   and; goyernnient   '-* ���-i"* i^vferssasa&i  empire, in the development  ;7yxm^&untrymeniha  ;cohspic��pusl3paiM^^  |add;:tb;the^lbn g:*|Tbll fbf 7majhes0;ci'^0^^  . Irishmen Twho.;:have;: "rendered^ dis-;;;;.gc'|||||f  tihguished'Seryic'^  'branches:;of-hum^i;activity:'~^  - Kin gJ-M ward ������������ is^grovV-ing/Vnoreli'?!^^  and more exacting;cbncerningi;thel;i|^^  formalitiesTbhothese;';' occasions.} KAip|5^^  few hours before the reception oi'\;a|f|||||��g  recent deputation;';-. his. **;-majesty^AlMsM  asked the lord chrmberla,in what:  dress they would wear;-[7';"Frbpk  coats, your majesty," replied the  lord chamberlain.; "For tlie last  time then," said king Edward. '-'In  the future uniform,or courtedress  must be worn. This is not a republic."       :   7 V;-..--���'-;, ..,���������'.: :;;t---;-/---;  7 AH  Ai$l  '&0H.X  sM��l  The Death Record.  Chicago, March 20.���Rev. Arthur  Edwards, D. D;i editor of the North-  western Christian Advocate and  well known in Methodist Episcopal  churcl^cireles,^died_tonight at_hisj_  "residehce'iirthis'city, aged GO.      .  Paris, March 21.���Vice-admiral  Charles Marius Albert Dompierro  D'Hornoy, who was a member of  the first cabinet of president McMahon, died yesterday. He was  born on February 24th, 1S10.  M. Francois Edmond Got, tho  celebrated actor, is dead. Ho was  born October 1st, 1822.  Predicted His Own Death. -  Nicw York, March 20.���A. L.  Floyd, aged 55, a wealthy Boston  cotton manufacturer, died suddenly  today in Park avenue while on the  way to attend his brother's funeral.  Mr. Floyd had prophesied that he  would die within a week, and so  convinced was he that his death  was near at hand, that he had three  sealed envelopes on him when he  died in which he gave minute instructions to his relatives as to his  interests.   Heavy Snowfall in Minnesota.  Minneapolis, Marcli 20.���The  heaviest snowfall of the season here  came today, snow falling nearly all ���  day. Trains have not been seriously delayed yet on any of the lines  centering here. The wind, however, is increasing in velocity tonight and trouble is expected before morning from drifts. The  storm is general throughout Minnesota and northern Wisconsin.  Work of a Torrent.  Verona, Italy, March 20. ��� In  consequence of a sudden torrent,  which destroyed a dam, the town  of Cologuok, in the compartment of  Ventia, was flooded yesterday. A  number of houses have fallen and it  is feared that victims are numerous.  Troops have left to render assistance, I'-V- -  W^'  THE TRIBUNE..: .NELSON B. G vTHHRBDAY, MARCH 21  1901  Headquarters  for Nove "ties  FOR GOOD VALUES    -  FOR EXCELLENCE OF QUALITY  FOR UP-TO-rATE PATTERNS  ���     .       AND STYLES^^ m^  FO.I IMMENSE VARIETY TO  CHOOSE FROM  A VISIT TJ THE  HUDSON'S   BAY STORES  WILL SURPRISE AND PLEASE YOU  v/e have opened up a magnificent  Assortment of New Goods, Comprising  UHE3' white wear  LADIES' BLOUSES  LYDIES' MUSLIN DRESSES  L ���YOlES' WRAPPERS  LA.DIES' CLOTH COSTUMES.  LADIES' ERMINE GLOVES  LADIES' CORSETS ������ATT.TC!  LADIES'    ERMINE    SHAWLS  AND COUNTLESS  OTHER ARTICLES.  "or Men we have the Latest and Best  in Shirts, Collars. Ties, Cuffs,  Caps and Hats, Etc.  AN INSPECTION IS RESPECTFULLY  INVITED.  THE  HUDSON'S  BAY  %ite f&tibxxnz.  It is scircely likely that the  legislature of British Columbia will  mss any measure, which requires  ;my assurance from James J. Hill,  or any other alien, that the people  of British Columbia will be allowed  't;o work out their own destiny.  , Thb reporting of the Crow's Nest  f-Southern railway bill to the 'legislature by the railway committee  does not in any way commit the  .nembers of the legislature to the  charter sought. On the railway  overy Martin vote is placed, and  nothing but a straight party vote  in committee could - shut the bill  out of the house.  Toronto newspapers, which heretofore never agreed upon any subject, are now unanimous in their  opinion that James J. Hill should  oo given his charter to tap.the,coal  fields owned by the Crow's Nest  Coal Company of Toronto. But it  Joes not follow that--.what would  be good for Toronto would be good  for Southern British Columbia.  Dr. Pagan's idea of the  duties  pertaining to the office of secretary  of the provincial  board of health  ive evidently restricted to standing  >ff   the    provincial    government's  creditors   in  Nelson.     Kootenay's  experience of the doctor as a health  ��� )fficer points to the conclusion that  in epidemic could depopulate the  listrict before he would consider  .-It necessary to move.    He should  00 transferred from the  health to  ������ihe finance department.  Ltkr   the i'ool and  his money,  politicians and their  policies   are  easily separated^   "Joe" Martin a  few   months   ago was   preaching  government ownership of railways.  Today he is the avowed champion  of Hill's railway,scheme to corner  :he fuel supply of Kootenay and  starve out Kootenay smelters.   W.  W. B. Mclnnes in his seat in the  ;,iouse of commons denounced tho  Crow's   Nest   Pass   coal' deal,   by I  avhich the present Toronto company j  came   into   possession of ;the cojil \  "anas, in such terms as to call .forth !  the wrath of the Toronto Globe.  .Today he is pursuing a policy which  will deprive the people of British  Columbia of even the right to purchase the coal which a foolish  government gave away for nothing.  Had the LeRoi smelter at North-  port, Washington, been built in  B itish Columbia it would have  meant the disbursing of some two  million dollars annually in Kootenay, which is now disbursed in the  United States. British Columbia  should not make any more mistakes  of this nature. Having the experience of the Le Roi smelter, in  mind, British Columbia cannot now  afford, by granting the charter of  the Crow's Nest Southern railway,  to place it in tho power of James J.  Hill to force the treating of all the  ores of Kootenay just where it  suits the interests of his railway  aid allied trusts to thave them  treated. This is what the granting  of the Hill railway charter would  mean.          Foil years British  Columbia has  been   striving   by   every   possible  meaus to encourage the reduction  and refining of its ores   within the  province.    During the past three  years the progress made   in   both  the mining aud smelting  branches  has been marvelous.   Smelters are  in operation at Nelson, at Trail, at  Grand Forks   and   at Greenwood,  with a fifth in course   of construction.     These,   however,   aro mere  test plants   compared   with what  may be expected if British Columbia is alive to its interests and husbands its resources?   The chief requisites for the desired growth is  an ample and cheap supply of fuel,  and.at present this is threatened.  The potency of the East Kootenay  coal   measures   to   determine, the  growth of the mining sections adja-  cent to them  has been recognized  by James. J. Hill.   He has secured  heavy interests in them, but in or-  ,der to render his control effective  he is now. seeking a direct railway  outlet from the coal fields, to the  internationalboundary.   He recognizes that the man who has  a monopoly-of'the coal  and coke business in.the mining sections, with a  direct outlet.to the United States,  can by control of the price of  fuel,  and the freight rates for moving it,  make the entire business of the mining districts   of   Southern   British  Columbia tributary to such points  as he may designate, and to them  only.   This   is   the  power   which  James J.  Hill * is   now  seeking to  have the, provincial and the federal   .governments    place    in    his.  hands.   To secure this power his  agents .appear .willing to promise  that Mr. Hill - will foster reduction  and refining in British Columbia,  where he has infinitely smaller interests than he ha9_in_the_United  States, and at points which would  furnish   business  for his   railway  rivals in preference,to his own railways ; but Mr. Hill has -not been  heard from.   Once such a railway  charter as he seeks were granted  Mr. Hill might find it necessary to  revise the promises of his agents.  He might submit them all .to the  -standard   "business   is    business,"  and move Canadian fuel to such  points as best suited his interests  and the interests of those associated  with him.     He might apply  the  same rule to the location of smelting   points   for the   reduction   of  British Columbia ores, and in. doing  so would not be transgressing sound  business principles.   But what interests British Columbians most is  that they are asked to believe that  Mr. Hill will do none of these things  which   other   men possessing   the  same power would do, and placing  reliance in the promises  of agents  put it in Mr. Hill's power to dictate  the development of their province.  go into the water of the river here,  but we have never made a practice  of.depositing sawdust in the river  is the statement of the 19th instant  would lead mauy to infer.  J. B. Winlaw.  Tien Tsin Affair Unimportant.  St. PBTiSRsiiima, March 20.���The  Russian press is not alarmed about  the Tien Tsin affair. There is no  mention of it in the official agency's  dispatch, but the London correspondent of the Novoye Vremya  characterizes the dispute a3 unimportant. Another Loudon correspondent quotes a French diplomat  as saying that an Anglo-Russian  war is impossible, as Russia need  only threaten to support the Boers  in order to bring Great Biitaiu on  her knees. The Novosti advocates  a Russo-Japanese alliance which  will assure Japan her present possessions and a large market for her  industrial products in Russian territory, where they will be protected  against Anglo-German competition.  In conclusion the article declares  this alliance is as important in the  Orient as the Franco-Russian  alliance is in the Occident. The  Novosti apparently regards the  Russo-American understanding as  permanent, as the paper does not  mention America's competition in  Russian territory, which is stronger  than the Anglo-German competition.  Peace Near at Hand.      ���  Iloilo, Philippine Islands, March  20���Judge Taft, president of the  United States Philippine commission, Mr. D.:C. Worcester and senator P.Delayera addressed the federalist in the theatre hero today.  Judge Taft declared that the  strongest evidence that peace was  at hand was tho fact that the Filipino people, including those of  Panay, wanted peace. Every American believed that the Filipino people must have all the civil liberty  which the constitution afforded. If  the commision failed to represent  that principle it would withdraw  by-universal demand. Americans  and Filipinos will realize all that  American sovereignty implied only  when the civil government has established its authority. Enthusiastic addresses were delivered by  natives.  A Missing Agent.  Hanson, Massachusetts, .March  20.���Rumors that the New York,  New. Haven & Hartford railroad  accountants have reported a shortage iu the freight accfmnts of J. E.  Josselyn,* formerly station agent at  South Hanson, whose unexplained  disappearance aroused great interest several days ago, reached here  today. Discoveries made by the  experts are said to show that Josselyn was involved in a transaction  which had netted him about $4.0,-  000 in the course of eight or nine  years. . This condition of affairs  has only resulted in making more  mysterious the disappearance of  the man who leftv behind him in  various banks cash enough to cover  the indebtedness to the road nearly  twice over. This has led to a growing belief that the man has committed suicide.  KOOTENAY.  GOFFEE COT  a************.**.***.***.*.**.  Coffee-Boasters  Dealers in Tea an(J Coffee  ************************  Wo aro offering at lowest- prices the best  frades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  eas.  Our Bos**, Mocha and Java Coffoo, per  pound $ 40  Mocha and Java Hlend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choico niend Coffeo, 4 pounds ....... 1 00  Special Blend Coffeo, G pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffeo, 6 pounds....  1 60  Special: Blond Coy Ion Tea, per pound SO  "V  A TRIAL.ORDER SOLICITED.  ^.^/^^b/^-q&.��b��-<  ftew Spring  Underwear  Just Received from Factory  our new up-to-date stock of  HATS  5  Cal! your special attention to the famous  latest in  Colored Shirts  FRED IEWlCO,  36 Baker Street.  tir&xAv.'  All Color*.  Absolute Correct Style.  THE LEADING #3.00 HATS  Fred Irvine & Go.  IRED IRVINE & CO.  36 Baker Street.  ���ass  WZ"  THE TAYLOR  THE KING  Hew Styles  in Collars  SWELL  SHAPES  AND  COLORS  BEST HATS IN THE WORLD FOR 32.50  Full line of new and strictly up-to-date  Straw Hats, Bicycle Caps, Golf Caps, Gloves, Etc.  Haw  Neckwear  321 to 331 Baker. Stroot-, Nelson  American arid European Plans,  MEALS  25  fjelson Saw and Planing IVjills  Limited.  CHARLES  HILLYER, HARRY  HOUSTON,  President and General Manager. Secretary-Treasurer  All Communications to be ad-.lressed to either of the above  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED BY STEAM  ��� W CKNT8 TO f 1  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER BTRKET. NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air,  Largo comfortable bedrooms and flrst-olasa  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES S2 PER DAY  tyrs. E. 0. Clarice, Prop.  LATB OF THK ROT At HOTKt., OAMtART  N|adden House  We are prepared -to Furnish  by Rail. Barge or Teams  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and PRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED'COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIFLAP, STEPPING  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  . DOOR JAMBSaWINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BANDS A WING  .   BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  '     TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices beforo  purchasing elsewhere.  OFFICE: CORNER HAL!/ AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARP  WHOLESALE TRADE  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPE Sc CO., LIMITKD.-Cornor Vornon  ���*��� and Cedar streots, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholosalo doalera In reratcd waters and  fruit syrups. Solo agonts for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephone GO. >  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEETZEL & CO.���Corner Baker and  ���   Josephino streets, Nolson, wholesale deal  ers ln   assayers  supplies.   Agents tor Dorivo  Firo Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.  H.-  COMMISSION  EVANS Sc CO.-  P. Burns & Co.  Head^Offiofuat=  NELSON, BO.  Wholesale and Retail  lers-in-IVIeats  Baker and Ward  Street*, Nelaon  The only hotel In Nelson that.has remained  under one management slnoe 1890.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  byolectriolty.  The bar Is always stooked by the best ��� dom *���  tdo and Imported liquors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOCAN ���lUNCTIOti HOTEL  J. H. MoMANUS, Manager  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  telephone 177. I  *"  P. O. Box 182. I  WEST .BAKER STREET, NELSON. I  Ward Bros,  Bar stooked with best brands of wines, liquor*,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large oomforb-  able rooms.   FIrstKtfaas liable boa d.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBBWKB8 AND BOXTKEBS 0��  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  delivery to the trade .  Brewery at Nelson  No Sawdust Goes .in the Biver.  .   Editor of The Tribune:   Kindly  allow me space in your paper to  correct a statement I have read in  your issue of the-19bh instant con-,  cerning the dumping of sawdust in  Slocan river at Winlaw's sawmill,  near Slocan Gity. I.wish to advise  alLwho may. be concerned that since  Ihadibeen warned -by H. P. Christie  on December 10th, J.900,- I have  ceased..dumping sawdust in -the  Slocan river. Pievious-totliat date WWART  some sawdust had been allowed to ' E^sfs  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Desirable Business and Residence Lots  In (Bogustown) Falrvlew Addition.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.LC.E.!  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. CVHoiTWA ^WLKPftOVTC WO. M  If you want all the Mining  News of the Lardeau, you  must become a paid-up  reader of the  Markets at   Nolson,  Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo,.Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nev  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Granci Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City,-Mid  way, and Vancouver,  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  !������������.��� ,], | ������        ��� .IP   I . -        I.        I. ��� !������ j    ������!������������ ��� ���   -.^... ��� ���_____.,_. ��� ��� ���-l...l��l  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL ENDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE] \ND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson E.  C.  TRAVES,   Manager  mmuiBB bv mail RRnicunn oa ���.w.irnij *wn pwiwpt ATrnwnow  ROSSLrAIND   BrSOIiNBBRINQ  WORKS  CUNLIFPB  ib MoMILL-AN  Founders and  Machinists, Speoialty of Ore Ca-s, Ore-Bin Doors and General Mining Maohlnery.  LlBt of second-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and la as good  1 2-i-H. P; LoconioUvo-typo boiler, with engin>'. attached and all fittings, ready to turn on steam.  ���  1 el"x8" Double-Cylinder Friction DrainTHoi-^t, built by Ingersoll Co.  1 Sinking Pump, No. 5 Cafiieron, New York.  1 Sinking Pump, 10"x5"xl3", outside packed plungor pattern. . -    ���  .  Watch this advertisement for further lists, <r write us before you buy for complete list.   We  may have just what you want.'  Agents for'-Northey Pumps.   Stock carried.  ���P.-O.  Box 198. THIRD  AVENUE,  ROSSLAND.  MERCHANTS.  -Bakor stroet, Nolson  wholesale dealors in liquors, cigars  cement, fire briok and Are olay, water pipe, and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONST RUCTION COMPANY-Wholcsaledeal.  ers in telephones, annunciators, bells,. batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.       :       :  BRACKMAN-KER MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Orain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars shipped to all Kootenay Points.  Grain olevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R. Mills at Victoria, New West  minster, and Edmonton. A Iborta.   FRESH AND SALT MEATS.     ,  BURNS &   CO.-Bakor   street.   Nelson,  wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES. :        ~~  A MACDONALD & CO.���Corner Front nnd  �����*��� Hall streots, wholesale grocors and  'obbers in blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers,'  maokinaws and miners'sundries.  P.  ^OOTENAY SUPPLY  grooers.  COMPANY,   LIMI-  JOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street, Nel  son, wholosalo grocers.  -Front street. Nelson,  ln .provisions,   oured  JY. GRIFFIN Sc CO.  ���   wholesale   dealors  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE-AND_ MINING-SUPPLIES..  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Bakor and Josephine  ��� . Btreets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers In.nard-  ware aud mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co. ''���.���:, '    .'  AWRENCB   HARDWARE    COMPANY  - Baker St., Nelson,- wholesale   dealers'.in  hardware and mining supplies, and water- and  plumbers'supplies. .'���  STRACHAN  PLUMBERS.  PLUMBING  All plumbing is not alike.    See our goods.  ,     Same price as other dealers and  20 per cent Better.  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corner Vernon  ���l and-Josephine Btreets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers ln liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agenta  for Fabst Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gory Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street. Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dcnlersIn cape and fuse, and eleotrlo  blasting apparatus, _. - ....  "~ SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON  SAW. AND  PLANING   MILL8,  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nelaon, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers ,  In sash and doors) all kinds ot factory work made  to order.  WINES AND CIGARS.  HALIFORNtA    WXNH   COMPANY,    OM1-  '���-'TED���Cornor Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers ln wines (case and bulk,  via domssMo. and Imnortnd olsrara.  Home Grown  OPPOSIT3 POSTOPFIOB.  NELSON, B.O  R.B.REILEY|P.t��ussEi.L  RAW  FURS  (3UCCBSSOR TO H. D. ASHCROFT)  Offlco on Baker Streot, west of Stanley Streot  NELSON.  ARCHITECTS.  Sc CARRIE���Archlteota.   Rooms  Aberdeen blook,' Baker timet, Net  LARDEAU EAGLE  FERGUSON, B. C.  $2 per year. It fills the bill.  BLACKSMITHS   AND   WOOD   WORK**.*  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing  and custom work from cvrside points. Heavy  IMta made to order on shot ( notioe.  Highest Prices  'Prompt Returns  Fair Assortment  Ship by Express.  NELSON, B. G.  Fruit and.Ornamontal Trees, Roses, Shrubs  Vinos, Bulbs, Hedgo Plants aud Seeds.  Extra choico stock of Peach; Apr'cot, Plum,  Chorry and Pruno Trees. New Importation of  flrst-class Rhododendrons, Roses, Climatus, Bay  Trees, Hollies, etc.. *.-���'.  ��� 80,000 to choose from. No agents or commission to pay. No fumigation or inspection chai'iroS.  Greenhouse plants, agricultural implements, fertilizers, beo supplies, etc, Largest and must  complete s'ock. in the: province. Send for catalogue before placing your orders.   Addross  !Vl. J. HENRY, Vancouver, B. C.  White'Labor Only.  NOTICE.  To Contractors and Buildors.^-On and .after  Maroh llth. 1001. journeymen plasterers' wage*  will be $6.00 per day of eight hours. By order of  local Union No. 172, O.P.I.A.  J. D. MOYER, President  WVjck, Secretory. .   *     h  -  ���JV  -\ X'  TH'E TMBOTE: NELSON B. C. THURSDAY MARCH 21  1901  BANK OF DNTBEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  BBST    7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presidont  Hon. George A. Drummond Vice-President  E. S. Clouston Gonoral Manager  NELSON BRANCH  ^   ^  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WIHCn IS AMALGAMATED  THE BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE:  TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  -     -     $8,000,000  -     ���     -  $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  IMPEBIAL BAM  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Branches ln London (England) Naw York,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities ln Canada.  soil Sterling Exohaugo and Cable  Credits,  Buy and  Tninsfors.  Grant  Commorolal  and   Travelers'  avallablo in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made. Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  CURRKNT RATK OF INTKRK8T PAID.  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  ,   President.  Robt. Kilgour,         Vice-President.  London Office, 60 Lombard Street. XI. O.  New York  Office, 10   Exchange   Place.  and (ij Brunches in Canada and tho  United States.  WEDNESDAY'S  STOCK.  QUOTATIONS.  Askod.  II. C. UoldFIolds  $  Mack Tail   liraiidon & Goldon Crown   Canadian Goldflolds Syndicate...  ('ariboo (McKinney)   Cariboo Hydraulic   Contro Star '.'...  Crow's Neat Pass Coal............  California .-    Doer  Trail   Consolidated   Evening Star..   Goldon Star   Fairview Corporation   Giant .*  ....  Granby   Smelter.   Iron Mask   Jim Blaino..   Knob Hill   Montreal & London   Morning  Glory   Morrison   Mountain Lion   Noblo Fivo... X.   North Star   Old Ironsidos..". .   Olivo   1 'ayno   Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated ...  Republic   Slocan Sovorcign   Virtuo   War Eaglo Consolidated   Waterloo   Whito Dear   Winnipeg   Sullivan   -      SALES.  nOfl Whito Hear   500 White Hoar   1000 Cariboo-McKinn��y   4300 California   1600 Golden Star   500 Golden Star '   5'HI Hiinmoud Roof   fi00 Hammond Reef   lo 0 Canadian Goldllclds Syndicate.  1802 Fairview   .'���s  1 U2  1 01  80 00  5  3  8  '���������?���  11  52  II)  il  (w  51  <*  8  10  1  85  85  12  ���151  2!)  J-'l  lit  2li  41  SI  II  71  14  Bid.  8  ' 23  .f  7  34  1 52  1 00  73 CO  4i  f  34  2  ...33  45  351  4  02  3*  li  8*  15  1  78.  78  10  ���II)  'HI  42  ���U  25  40  2*  33  4  in  4i  4i  31  5  :��  OS  ii  JIM HILL AND THE SENATOR  ADVANCE    ARGUMENTS    WHICH  WILL   NOT   STAND.  All the Hill Branch Lines in the Province Discourage Home Treatment ���  for British Columbia Ores.  The .theory has been advanced by  senator George ~A. Cox, that if the  provincial government will grant  tho charter to the Great Northern  road, which is being asked for in  the' name of the Crow's Nest  Southern Company, that the many  cars carrying coke to the United  States will be filled with dry ores  and hauled back to Canada for the  benefit of Canadian smelters. This  sounds well as a catch to those not  well informed upon the subject, and  gives Joe -Martin, Smith Curtis and  his colleagues another line of argument to fill in time. But what are  the facts in connection with this  subject as they exist today ?  James J. Hill today has a branch^  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed  on  deposits.    Present rate  tliruo percent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  'Manager Nelson Branch.  been tendered by representatives of  the American Smeltiug & Refining  Company,   that   one .reason  they  have withdrawn from the purchase  of British Columbia lead ores during the past few months is due to  the fact that they did not have  sufficient dry ores.     Does any sane  man   believe   that   the   American  Smelting & Refining trust, backed  by their friend, James J. Hill, and  other United States railway magnates, is going to allow shipments  of a class of ore to Canada which  they   are already short of themselves?     It   will: be   difficult  for  senator   Cox, ~ in  so-called   annual  reports,   which   are   more   of the  order  of campaign documents, to  convince the people of the fact.that  the   granting of - this   additional  charter is   in   any way going to  change .Tames J. Hill's attitude towards smelting.in Canada.    If senator Cox will point to a single instance in which the Great Northern  has   shown   its inclination to encourage or foster to the least degree any Canadian institution the.  people of British Columbia shall be  greatly obliged to   him.    On- the  contrary Hill has discriminated on  every one of his  branches against  home treatment and in the opinion  of most people will continue "to do  so   whether   he obtains the East  Kootenay charter or not.  Capital       -      -      $2,500,000  Rest       -      -      -    81,726,000  H. S. HOWLAND Presidont  1). It. WILKIE General Manager.  K. HAY Inspoctor.  SAVING3   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THE   CURRKNT   IUTE   OF   IXTEHKS'f  ALLOWED.  <B<~^ <c^^S <B<% <S<r% 2^!^ <^  ESTABLISHED   IN  NELSON    IN   1890.  <^z <^z<^Li ^Li^i ^L*^ ��� -^ 'C? ��� c=> .c=y  /** _.S^  --'ji  Nelson Branch-~Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  . J. M. LAY, Manager.  AMERICAN     WATCHES  3DI-A-1VrOJsriDS   -A-ZsTID   j-ErwEu__jarz-  ��''S:1  m  HIGH GRADE WATCHES AND CLOCKS  # '  of an elder sister are not unknown,  nor have  they been unsuccessful.  Instances are those of Edward V.  and   Edward VI., both of whom  were^exalted over the .head of an  elder'sister.    Nor is procedure con-,  fined only to British monarchy. The  late king Alphonso of Spain died  without male issue, and his daughter was at first regarded as possible  queen.    Shortly after the death of,  the   king, - however, the widowed  queen gave birth to a male child,  who is now the youthful king of  Spain.   The Spanish constitution is  in this respect exactly similar to  England's.-    "  Are you needing goods in our line? If  so, why not send a trial order, and'we will  convince you of the superiority of our stock  and facilities for supplying your wants.  OUR   WATCHMAKING  AND  JEWELRY  DEPARTMENTS   HAVE   NO   EQUAL  IN    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.   ALL  OUR WORK GUARANTEED.  PROMPT ATTENTION TO MAIL ORDERS  #':-:;  Our Mail Order business  constantly growing,   because  goods at right prices, and give  prompt and careful attention.  is  we  large and  have the  each  order  m  "&.<  OUR   WATCHMAKING   AND   JEWELRY  DEPARTMENTS   HAVE   NO   EQUAL  IN    BRITISH   COLUMBIA.    ALL  OUR WORK GUARANTEED.  KAISER AND ENGLAND'S GROWN.  n,oad"to"Crestoij7"anlBther_to_Nelson,  another to Sandon, and still another to Rossland. Almost the entire business . of these roads has  been, and still is, to haul both dry  and   lead   ores   to   the   American  a singleton of dry ore has ever been  hauled by. any of the Great Northern branches from the United  States points to Canadian smelters;*  and the chances are ten to one that  the Great Northern never will haul  a pound of any kind of dry ore  from the United States to Canadian smelters. Why the granting  of this particular charter is going  to change all this, senator Cox has  failed to.explain: It may benoticed-  that 600 or 700 tons of ore is going  from Canada to Northport, Washington, daily, and the cars all come  back empty. The rate from Rossland to Northport is 75 cents per  ton, and from Northport to Rossland at least $2 per ton. Take the  Nelson branch of the Hill system.  A few tons of Ymir ore come to the  Hall Mines smelter under a $2 rate,  while the.rate to Northport is $1.-  Take the Siocan branch. The  Great Northern last year hauled at  least 50 tons per day to American  smelters, and the cars all came  back empty. Again, tlie local rate  from Sandon to Kaslo is $5 per ton,  making ib impossible for any Canadian smelter to handle any tonnage  of ores located on Hill's Kaslo &  Slocan road; Prom Creston the  Hill system quotes a rate from that  point to Great Falls of about $3  per ton, but no rate from Great  Falls to Creston of $3 per ton; on  the contrary, no rate whatever,  And no rate can be obtained.  What is more information has  The German-emperor is in direct  line of succession to the 'British  throne, bnt not so near as to worry  him. There are twenty-five lives  between the kaiser and the crown,  aud so loug as any one of these remains there is no possibility"of his  ruling the British empire.:  There are those who claim that  the German emperor is the rightful  heir to the British throne, the contention being that he should succeed as the eldest son of the eldest  child of the queen. Those who hold  this theory, however, forget the  fact that the law of succession deprived daughters of the right to  succeed so long as there are sons in  the direct line living. The empress  Frederick, through ' whom the  kaiser has the right to succeed to  the throne, has, therefore only the  remotest possibility of being called  to reign.. Supposing there were no  other difficulties, the German emperor could not possibly become  king of England until the whole of  the direct male line had been exhausted.  Even if the right, of the emperor  to sit on the British throne might  be claimedjm.aperfectlyJegitimate^  basis, parliament, could prevent it.  The contingency has been provided  for by the. Act of Settlement, which  invests the house of commons with  the right of excluding certain persons from the line of. succession  smelters. It is questionable whether.'] Auy claimant through the house of  Hanover must admit the power of  parliament to veto his .claim. The  power of parliament in regard to  such questions is very wide. It has  exercised the power of limiting or  modifying the hereditary succession to the throne from a comparatively early period in history. The  ease of Henry VII supplies tho first  instance of such an interference.  Further, in view of the impending  extinction of the Protestant descendants of Charles I, a. statute  was enacted vesting the right of  the crown on the next Protestant  line, according to the regular order  of succession, in the event of William and Mary dying without issue.  This appears to have been the latest  parliamentary limitation to the  crown, but the right of the people  to limit the succession is secured by  VI Anne, chapter 7.  Sir Edward Coke, referring to  the omnipotence of parliament,  says: "The power and jurisdiction  of parliament is so transcendant  and absolute that it can not be confined, either for causes or persons,  within any bounds. Parliament  can regulate or remodel the succession to the crown, as was done in  the reign of Henry VIII. and  William III." Royal succession  has frequently involved delicate  and nice considerations, and tp  precedent careful regard is paid in  questions of such momentous issue.  Instances of a son claiming prior  right to the throne over the head  Notes of Interest.  .The number of registered trades-  unions in France at the end of 1899  was 2,685, with a membership of  .492,647.'   -  ���,. Berlin is afflicted by a new toy  imported from Paris. It is a pocket  whistle that emits a whine, winding up with a shriek of "Mamma,  mamma."  A western Kansas editor apologizes for saying a bride appeared in  her-"shirt-sleeves.". "We wrote  'short sleeves,' " says the editor "as  plain as we -know how."  The Tom Cat is a monthly paper  published by Mrs. C. Kitty of  Maimiville, Ohio. The subhead of  Mrs. Kitty's paper.-is said to be:  "We sling ink with.one hand, and  hold up our pants with the other."  Hopeless���"My volume of poems is  filled-with typographical errors!",  cried the poet. "Ye?," replied the  disgusted' publisher. ."Even the  proofreader seems to have balked at  reading it through."���Philadelphia  North American.  In Texas-a man once advertised  for "a boss hand over 5000 sheep  that can speak Spanish fluently."  Then there was the horse dealer  who boldly advertised: "A splendid  ?rey horse calculated for a charger,  or would carry a- lady with a switch  tail." W. S. Gilbert, of Gilbert and  Sullivan opera fame, was standing  on-the steps of his club house, when  a, stranger approached and asked:  ''Does a man belong to your club  with one eye named Walker?" "I  don't know,'.' was the answer;  "what's the name of his other eye?"  An ad contains the request for "a  coachman to look after a pair of a  religious turn of mind."'  80ARD   OF   HEALTH   REGULATIONS  Tor the Prevention of the Spread of  Smallpox in the City of Nelson.  All passengors arriving at tho City of Nelson  irom all points east of the Kootenay River will  oe required to furnish tho ijispector_or_o(.Hcer_ii!u  ^ihargeof'thoxarryinff'dut ot thoso regulations  ���.villi a certificate from the health ofllcor of tho  oity or town from which he or sho has left, containing tho following particulars:  1. (a) That ho or she has not boen in any. placo  or building infected with smallpox.   *  (b) That ho or sho has not lived In any placo  or building whloh lies dangerously near any injected building or district.  (c) That he of she 1ms been successfully vaccinated since January, 1901.        2. It the inspector believes that any person is  in'cotcd, or that his or her clothing or other  olfccts contain infection tho inspector shall :dc-  uiin such person and his or her clothing and ciloctH  asaforesald, until the period ot incubation is over,  and such person and his or hor clothing and other  ofFects shall bu at once disinfected.  3. If he only suspects that any porson on board,  or tho p.il'ectH of any such person havo been exposed to infection; ��� he shall notify tho medical  health ofllcor of tho locality to which tho porson  is going to moot tho train or boat, and to keep tho  person thereafter undur observation.  4. In tho ovont of any passengor bringing any  baggago (hand or otherwise) or whether Uio same  nhail Do forwarded by express, tho following  certificate may also bo required from the health  olllcer of the town or olty aforesaid:  (a) That tho said baggago (here givo a full  description of said baggage so that there can bo  no question a** to identification) has not boon in  any placo or building infected with smallpox,  (b) That tho said baggago has not been stL  or used in any place or building which lies din-  ���  -    * i(f"   -���-  I JACOB DOVER, Jeweler  M  ~3*^3*<^S'^:2<3i<> <  ���Vi  ��� 7:M  &&1  .- -yt_\  ISTZE-LSOIN-  TENT AND AWNING  PACTOET  ���������������**-********����������������������� ���     M  ���      M       I        ��������� ��� -    ���    ���      ���     - I ���._..+     ,  Tents, awnings, and . all  kindsof canvas goods made  to order.  THE0 MADSON, Prop.  Baker Stroet. Nelson ���  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors.  Windows  Inside Finish  looal and coast.  Flooring  local.and coast..."  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Bough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  UP WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN 8T0OK  WE WILL MAKE IT FOB TOU  CALL AND QET PRICES,  $500 in Prizes  >**************{(:*  The census of Canada will be taken in April, and the population of the several incorporated cities will be known a short  time afterwards. Tins Tiuijune publishes Daily and "Weekly-  editions at the following rates of subscription by mail: Weekly,"  one year $2; Daily, six months, $2.50; one year, $5. The Daily  is delivered in Nelson by carrier at the following rates: Three  months, $2.50; six months, $5; one year, $10. A large number  of subscribers are in arrears, and a large number of subscriptions  are about to expire, besides a large number of people in Kootenay  and Yale are about'to renew subscriptions for newspapers for the  year. In order to make it an object for all these people to patronize The Tkibune, the following sums are offered as prizes, on  the following conditions:  Canada  $100  British Columbia     25  Northwest Territories ..  -25  Manitoba     25  Ontario      25.  Quebec...'     25  New Brunswick     25  Nova Scotia ...;.   25  Tho subscriber remitting  Nelson  $ 50  Rossland        25  Kaslo :     25  Sandon     25  Revelstoke.. '.   25  Grand Forks'        25  Phoenix -..     25  Greenwood    25-  $2 in payment of either arrears'  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE BTREETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON STRKKTS  ��prou��ly near to any infected building or dis-  5. All railway and steamboat companies must  strictly adhore to tlio following roguiri  (a) All mail and baggago from po  mentioned destined for tho City of Nolson, on or  ig regulations:  from ppin's above  beforo'leaving the last point of call^on Kootenay  Uiver must furnish the inspoctor or ofilcer in  charge of the carrying out of these regulations,  with a certificate from the health olllcer of such  points whore fumigation takes placo that samo  has been done.  (b) All cars or steamboats on which havo  been discovered infee'ed persons, baggago or  mall, will not bo permitted to again convoy passengers, baggage, etc., into tho City of Nelson  until disinfected and fumigated to the satisfaction of the medical health ofllcor of this city.  (c) No Indians shall bo allowed to land in tho  City of Nelson under any conditions.  This proclamation goes into efl'ect immediately.  FRANKFLETCHKR,  Mayor of the City of Nelson.  D. LA liAU,  Medical Hoalth Olllcer.  Nolson, B. C, March 2nd, 1901.  Notice of  Application to  License.  Transfer a  Notice Ib hereby given that I intend to apply at  tho noxb sitting of the Board'of Liconse Commissioners of the City of Nolson for permission  to transfer my retail liquor llcenso for tho premises situate on the south end of Lot 1, Block 0, in  the City of Nelson, and known as tho Manhattan  saloon; to Charles II. Ink and Siegel Boyd.  CHARLKS A.  WATERMAN.  Dated at Nelson, B.C., this ISth day of February. 1901.  witness: Arthur K. Vauohan,  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  Stock  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  C.W. West & Co.  COAL.!      WOOD I  Anthracite...  Crow's Nest..  Blairmore ���  .510.75  . ��.15  .    6.75  DBLIVBBBD  AGENT3 IMPKRIAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can bo accepted unless accompanied  by cash.    Ofllce:   Corner of Hall  and Baker Streots.  TELEPHONE 33.  H. E. T. HAULTAIN, G. E.  MINING  ENGINEER  OFFICK-8. 9, 10, _ _       liCICnil  K.-W.-C. Blook '       HCLOUH  THE CREAT LABOR  SAVINC INVENTION  INVALUABLE TO  nUSINKSS  MEN  AND   PROKE88IONAL  The Can-Dex Copying Book and InK.  Letters and other documents can be copied per-  .... _   ,    ? without tho use of water,  ....   stiiro pad.  JOHN BLANK V, Agent, Nolson, B, C.  fectly and quickly without tho uho  press, brush or inolsUiro pad  or advance subscriptions to The Tribune will be entitled to give  an estimate on the population of any two places in the list named  above; $2.50, to three estimates; $5.00, to five estimates ; $10, to  ten estimates. Fill out blank below, in accordance with above  terms, and remit amount of subscription to  The Tribune Association, Limited .  NELSON, B. C.  ' Name     Post Office   Province   Amount enclosed $   Subscription 'to ".- Edition of The Tribune  Estimate as to population of  Canada      British,Columbia   North-West Territories   Manitoba _._._._......._ .-.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.���r^nr���.   Ontario ^   Quebec     New   Brunswick    Nova   Soctia   City of Nelson     City of Rossland ��   City   of Kaslo...   City of Sandon...    City of Revelstoke......'.   City of Grand Forks    City of Phoenix ���  City of Greenwood          This offer holds good until the 1st of April, 1901.  tiiirxxiiiiiriiiiiiiriiiriiiiiiziiixixiiiiziriauiiiiii] iiiiinii tirriiiiiixiriiiiiuixxiiiixiziii'  iY|0RRIS0N & CALDWELL  GROCERIES  AND  PROVISIONS  OUR  LEADERS-  The well-known NewdaJe Creamery Butter  In all sized packages n nd I-pound bricks  September Selected Ontario Cheese  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese  Fresh Bogustov/n Ranch Eggs  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea, Coffee and Spices  Morrison & Caldwell, Baker Street, Kelson  TBADES   UNIONS.  TAUNDRY WORKERS' UNION-Tho regit-"*>  ���LJ   lar meeting of the Laundry Workers' Union' >  is held tho hwD Friday in every month at tho  Miners' Union Hall at S o'clock sharp.   Mrs  Marshall, president; C. Larsen. secretary.  ���M-JSLSON    SOCIALISTIC    KDUCATIONAL  ���*�����   CLUB meets ovory Sunday an 3 o'clock p.m. *  in the Miners' Union Hall.   A cordial invitation  is extended lo every ono to come and take part ,  in discussions.' John Roberts,, secretary.  ���MmBON MINERS' UNION NO. 96, W. Y. Lis  x'   M.���Meets ln miners' union rooms, north- "  east corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock.   Visiting mem '  bors welcome M. R. Mowatt, President. Jamo  Wilkes,   Secretary.    Union Scams of Waors '  for  Nei.8on    District���Per   shift,    machine,  men, $3.50: hamtnersmen miners, $3.2o; muckers,  carmen, shovelers and other underground laborers, $3 00.  rjlRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.-Tho regu- -  -L   lar meetings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor t  Council will bo hold in the miners' union hall,  ���  C. P. R. building,  corner Bakor and Stanley ;-Tsrg.  streeta, on the first and third Thursday of each "~^i%$  month,  at  8 p, m.   C.J.Clayton,   l'residfnt..;"~,.'SKg  A. T. Curie. Secretaiy. * ���_��- ->>���;;^   . 1   v,- %~'*.f��  ular meetings of the Carpenter's' Union ^'^i-s^,  are hold on  Wednesday evening of each.-,  week, at 7 o'clockj in_tlio Miners' Union hfcll cor- *  ner Vlotoria  Clayton,  ^���-TVT.;  ���- i AA  - N^|  '*i'3*;**i  ?-v-V��vL  - ::;'M[  '���--"i'^l  rjiBKre  . *&-��&-..  iwu��, in wiu juuivxa   uuiuu ui��ui;ij^'>   .Jk^&l  and   Kootenay streets.   Cba'les ���V"e'~~?i'|  M.nf TA>.n^fnrnnA     C___.~__t_.w~.       ~-'-�����}*f-*&>tf  A<>H3\  ' V-'*&1?|  y$m  i'Si.-'-S.i  NELSON PAINTKRS' UNION���The  meeting of tho   Painters'  Union  TDARBERS' UNION.-Nelson Union, No. 106. of "  JJ   the International Journeymen -Barber s Un ''  Ion of America, meets every first and third Mon-.  day of each month in Miner's Union Hall, corner  of Victoria and Kootenay streets, at 8:30 p.m.  sharp.    Visiting  brothers cordially invited to  attend. ,R. McMahon, president: J. H. Mathe  son. secretary-treasurer; J.C.Gardnor,recording,  secretary. _, -  ABORERS' UNION.-Nclson Laborers' Pro  tectlve Union. No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets in  Minors' Union lin.II. C. 1*. It. block, corner of  fiaker and Stanley streetu, every Monday evening '  at7:30p.m. sharp. Visitine members of theAniert-"  can Federation cordially invited to attend.  A. J. Curio, President. John Roberts, . recording secretary,  regular l     Is held  the first and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. Ucorgc Eiicrl'l,  President; Henry Bennett, Secretary.  OOOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION���Regular  meetings every Tuesday evening at, 8:30  o clock, in Miners'Union Hall, corner of Raker  and Stanley .streets. Visting brethren cordially  invi'ed. Chris. Luft, president; H. Smciser, ���financial and recording secretary.  LASTERERS' UNION���Tho O. P. I. A. No. -  172, meets every Monday evening in  the  Elliot block, cornor Baker and Stanloy streets, at  8 o'olock.    J.   D. Mover,   Dresldenb; William  Vico, secretary, P. 0. Box 0I(i.  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES  . F. O. K.���Moctsecond  jesday of each month, at  Fraternity Ilall.    George Rartlelt,  president;  John V. Morrison, secretary.  A '"  ���->.\'i  7"' Ai  NELSON AERIE. No. 22.  and fourth Wcdnesd;  M  'rfjf Meets seoond Wednesday In each month.  NELSON LODGE. NO. 83, A. K. Sc A.  Meets seoond Wednesday ln i  Sojourning brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OK PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodjg  35, Knights of Pythias, meets ln I. O  Hakor and Kootonay streets,  iy evening at 8 o'clock,   vis  oordlally Invited to attend.  ,e. No  ��� . . O. Y.  Hall, cornor Bakor and Kootonay streets, ever ���  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock.   Vlglt.lng Knights  . .   H. M. Vincent C. C.  A. T. Park, K. of R. & S.  OOTENAY TENT NO. 7, IC. O, T. M.-  Hold thcirrcgnlar meetings on Uio first, und  third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir  Knights nro .cordially Invited to nttmid. G.-A.  Brown. R. IC; A. W.. Purely, Com.; R. J. Steel.  D. S. V.  ESTATE OF FEANKJ5. CAMPBELL.  In the matter of the Estate of Frank S. Campbell, late of llio City of Nelson in the Provinco  of British Columbia, deceased.  Notice Is hereby given, pursuant to the "TriH-  toCH and Kxecutors Act" of llio revised *statutos  of the Provinco of British Columbia, ISU7; Cap.  187, to all creditors and othnrx having claims  against the ustnlc of tho said Frank S. Campbell,  wlto died on or about the 23rd day. of  A. D. l'.KX), to send by post prepaid  to Messrs. Gulliher & Wilson of the said  December,  or delivered  city of  Nolson, solicitors foi Glenn M. Bunny, the administrator of tbo personal estate and ofl'ccts of tlio  said deceased, or to tho t-aid Glenn Jt, Benny of  tho town of Sirdar In the proviuco of Briti-li  Columbia, their Christian and surnames, addresses, descriptions and full particulars of their  claims, statement of their accounts and the nature of the security, if any, hold by them, on or  before tho 1st day of April, A. IX 1H01.  And further tako notice that after such last-  mentioned date tho said administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased to  the parties entitled theroto, having regard only  to tho claims of which he shall then havo notice.  Tho said administrator will not bo liablo for the  eaid assets or any part thereof to any person or  Eorsons of whose claims notice shall not-have  cen received by hirn at the time of such distribution. GALLIHKR & WILSON,  Solicitors for   Glenn M. Benny, administrator  for Frank S. Campbell, deceased  Datod this 26th day of February. IB01.   NOTICE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWNEBS  To T. A. Stkvk.vso.v, or to any porson or persons to whom ho may have transferred his  interost in tho Lila mineral claim, at Morn  ing Mountain. Nelson Mining Division:  You aro hereby notified that I  tho sum of Ono Hu  havo expended  iundrod and Fifty-Seven Dollars  in labor and improvements upon tho above  mentioned minorarclaim, in order to hold said  minoral claim undor the provisions of the  Mineral Aot, and if within ninety days from the  date of this notice you fail or rof use to contribute  your proportion of suoh expenditure, tojjotlM--  with all costs of advertising, your interest in raid  claim will become the property of the -subscriber,  under section four of an Aot ontitloi "An Aot to  Amoad the Mineral Aot, 1900." _   .   DANIEL  HERB.  Dated this 12th day of February, 1901. THE TRIBUNE: NELSOK BG. THURSDAY MARCH 21 1901  Assayers Supplies  We carry m stock a full Pre of Assayers' and Chemists'  Supplies. -The quality of ( ir goods cannot be excelled  and  our  prices are   reasonable.^^r ���=?====  Weave British Columbia Agents for���   *'**  * ��� *. ^  _    '_ ���  THE DENVER   "IRE CLAY COSS GOODS  WM.  AINSWORTH & SON'S BALANCES  SMITH & THOMPSON'S BALANCES  BRUNSTON'S POCKET TRANSITS  W. F. TEETZEL & GO.  VfOTOHTA   BTOOK  THE  NELSON,   B. C.  Mansfield Mar ufacturing Co.  *%f  V'i  X'f. -  it's  Xr."  i-IXL  NELSON, B.C.  Builders and f  Contractors  Having taken over the bush-ess of the West Kootenay Brlek &  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelso;i, I beg to ask for a continuance  of the patronage which you;-have heretofore extended them. My  aim will be at all times to supp)y you with our produets at lowest  possible prices.. Being in a positi in to manufacture goods in larger  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a  lower figure.  It is our Intention to Inste.ll machinery to manufacture our  .marble produets, and next season we shall be in a position to supply  these products at reasonable rates.  We shall also Keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay,  Tiles and Cement.  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have" taken the First Prizes at the  Spokane Industrial Exposition In 1899 and also this year. We also  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building  Stone.  We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and  Builders. ���_.���'���  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The, Mans field Manufacturing Company.  ; "- = Successors to -  The West Kootenay Brick <fi Lime Co., Ltd  FR E S H  XL  Are still in ihe  market if you.  know where to  look for them. We  have some of the  nicest cabbage,  carrols, and parsnips thatwe have  ever handled. Also    a    complete  stock of green  vegetables arrive . daily, consisting of lettuce,  onions, asparagus, spinach, rhubarb, and ripe  tomatoes. Other  vegetables asthey  come in   season.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON   Tb. e^Lead i d gJ3irocers.  K-W-C Baker* Street  Telephone 10  CITY LOCAL NEWS  John G. Devlin has resigned his  position on tlie city police force.  The Slocan train, due at 2:40 yesterday afternoon, was fifty mimites  late, owing to delays with freight.  ' William Johnson has transferred  a half interest in the Ida Elmore  mineral claim on Forty-nine creek  to 0. H. Stillwell.  . The fifty cent piece and beer  check talcen from the stomach of  Edward McNab's spaniel Bess, have  been added to the collection in tlie  Nelson hotel cabinet.  A rumor was circulated in town  yesterday that the Hill railway  charter; had been granted. Tho  fact is that the application only  passed the railway committee.  . A number of local sports were  disappointed last night to learn  that in\> the bout between Burns  and Goff at .'Rossland the latter was  knocked put in the eighth round.  The^ crusade against shacks on  public property has begun. Several  o�� these in the west end of the city  have been vacated and other squatters have been ordered to move out.  A sample trainload of ballast  arrived at the depot yesterday in  charge of conductor Mowat. The  material is being taken from Gunn's  spur and i3 being used on the railway bed near the freight sheds.  At 1 o'clock this morning the fire  brigade was called out, aud arriving  at their destination found nothing  more serious than a chimney on fire  at the' corner of Laks and Josephine  streets.   Loss, nil; gain, a clean flue.  _~, A. Painter has purchased the 30-  ���"���Pfoot lot on East Baker street upon  which the Vienna bakery building  stands. The purchase price wae  $5500, which is possibly the highest  price per foot ever paid for property east of Josephine street.  Dr. LaBau, medical health officer,  will recommend to the local health  board the desirability -of securing  the vacant premises, adjoining the  '; ^residence of R. E. Lemon at the  ��� ^corner of Baker and Hall streets, tc  be used as a detention house for  contagious diseases.  - A local merchant yesterday suggested that instead of, exercising  the fire horses with the hose reel  ifc would be a good plan ' to put  them uuder the wateiing cart. Instead of causing the dust to fly  they might be made the medium ol  allaying it. So much for summei  weather in Nelson in the month of  March.  Zj Another case of diphtheria wa?  reported yesterday���a son ' oi  Thomas Gallon, Victoria street, being the sufferer. The house" was  promptly quarantined and the  pa'tient taken to the house on easl  Baker street where the other, case  is being treated. The quarantine  has been lifted off the Club hoteJ  and the premises thoroughly fumigated. -   Nelson Curling Club.  A meeting of the Nelson .Curling  Club will be held in the board oi  trade rooms at 8 o'clock tomorrow  evening to wind up the business oi  the season. It is rumored that an  acceptable scheme-will be propounded to .keep the club togethei  during the summer, months���a new  sport-which cujrlefl^ill7appTeleiat��r  A big attendance of   members fc'  The Nelson Clothing House  lOOO MEN  WANTED   TO  PURCHASE  READY   MADE  SUITS AND  CLOTHING   OF   ALL   DESCRIPTIONS.  expected.  J. A- GILKER, Proprietor  MURALO  MURALO  As housecleaning will soon he the order of the day we would  invite your attention to bur stock of PAINTS and VARNISHES.  For kalsomining there is nothing that gives better satisfaction  than MURALO.   We have tweniy-five shades to select from.  Ask for color card. ��� ,_������  Lawrence Hardware Co.  ALL KINDS CF.FLOWER, VEGETABLE AND GARDEN SEEDS  Houston .B'ocl'.  ielephona 161.  F. O. Box 176.  JOHN .4. IRVING & CO.  The. Chapleau Settlement.  It was expected that a satisfac-'  tory settlement would have beeD  made yesterday with the creditors  of the Chapleau Consolidated Gold  Mining Company, Limited. An  agreement had been arrived at that  soine* $10,000 would be paid down  and the balance of claims settled  within 60 days from date. The  legal; gentlemen, however, do not  agree, as to the proportion of costs  to be'levied, and until they settle  between them this important point,  the "��� settlement cannot be �� pro-  nounced as accomplished. It is  probable they may come to an  agreement today.  Reduced Traveling Rates.  Commencing this morning the C.  P. R. will issue round trip tickets,  good for 30 days, at fare and two-  thirds over all Kootenay branches  and steamboat lines. This would  place the fare from Nelson to other  points as follows: Slocan City, old  rate, $4.50, new rate, $3.75; Sandon,  $7.70���$0.45;Kaslo, $3.00-^3; Rossland, $0.20��� $5.20; Grand Forks,  $9.70 ���$8.10; Phoenix, $12.10 ���  $10.10; Greenwood, $12 ��� $10;  Moyie, $9.00���$8; Cranbrook, $11.20  ���$9.35; Fernie, $10.20 ��� $13.50.  These rates will be further reduced  on April 1st.  In the United States the public  high schools in 1899 graduated  20,344 boys and 30,124 girls. In  1898 the whole number of boys in  attendance at public high schools I  was 189,187; of girls, 260,413. j  DEATH'S DOINGS IN NELSON  George McNair.  George McNair, foreman at the  Nelson^Saw and Planing Mills Company,, died very suddenly at the  general hospital on Tuesday.night.  When starting for work in the  morning he complained to his roommate, W. Taylor, that he was not  feeling in the best of trim, but  during the day he attended to his  duties as usual. Shortly after 0  o'clock in the evening both men had  supper together and came up town,  and about 8 o'clock McNair returned  to his cabin. An hour afterwards  Taylor got home aud found his  companion lying on the bed with  coat' and shoes off and in evident  pain. : "Go for a doctor for I am  dying," said ��� the deceased. His  friend immediately complied with  ��� the request and proceeded to the  general hospital, a couple of mimites  walk -from the -cabin, where he  found Dr. Rose.V The doctor went  down at once and finding McNair  in a low condition ordered his removal to the hospital. This was  done, and shortly after admission  the man had an- apoplectic stroke  causing hemorrhage of the brain,  which caused death.  Deceased was well and favorably  known in Nelson.- He was a man  about 55 years of age, a bachelor,  and belonged to the Masonic fraternity, as well as the Knights oi  Pythias.' These orders have taken  charge of the funeral arrangement?,  and will form iu procession at the  undertaking parlors this afternoon  at 4:30. The body will be taken tc  the Presbyterian church, where services will be held, after which the  cortege will reform aud accompany  the remains of a worthy brother tc  the railway depot. Deceased hat  numerous relatives at the coast and  will be interred at New Westminster. Charles Hillyer will accompany -the remains to tho Royal  City, where he will be able to speak  of the esteem in which deceased  was- held during his sojourn in  Nelson. <  Thomas Henry O'Brien.  In yesterday's.Trihune the death  of   Thomas   Henry    O'Brien    was  briefly   announced.   The   deceased  has lived in Nelson since the fall oi  1899.    He ��was   born   at   Nenagh.  county Tipperary;<Ireland, 35 yeare  ago,   and- when*'quite   a   young  man was ' called to the Irish - bar.  Owing- to ill-health,   however, -he  was.never engaged actively at.vhi.c  profession,   and   being   a   man  oi  means, traveled   very extensively.  Being of a retiring disposition, few  but his   intimate friends enjoyed  the pleasure of his confidence.   Tc  those favored ones he was a brillianl  conversationalist,;.  and    endowed  with  rare   powers  of observation  and a keen appreciation of wit and  humor, his tales of-travelj told witli  a rich Irish   brogue,   were indeed  fascinating.   He   had   coveied   all  the     well     known      tracts      of  Egypt    and     the     Holy     Land  and     spent     considerable     time  in     touring     throughout     South  Africa.   With the European continent he was familiar and was in his  happiest-vein=-when=narrating==hi&=  experiences among the peculiar peo  pie he encountered.:   The mountain  air of the Kootenays, with the free  and easy life he led here, seemed tc  agree with O'Brien, and up'to a few  months ago he used to declare that  he never enjoyed better health.   Of  recent date, however, he made   the  discovery tliat he was troubled with  diabetes   in   an. advanced    stage.  From the date of this diseoyery he  appears to have: lost   his   wanton  vigor, aud declared "1 am afraid  I  can't fool the doctors this   time.    I  have been battling with a bad constitution for years, but the fight  is  over now, and I am not the victor."  Yesterday morning an affectionate letter from his sister in Ireland,  enclosing a spray of Shamrock and  wishing him many happy returns  of the day, arrived in Nelson���but  too late;   The remains will  be interred   tomorrow   morning,    after  high mass at the   church of  Mary  Immaculate, which is fixed for 9:50.  A cable has been sent to the sister  of deceased in Ireland and also to  his brother, a Jesuit priest, of Sydney, Australia. '���������-���  Strike on the Kuskoquim.  Seattle, March 20.���S. G. Updike  aiid Frank Joaquin, passengers" on  the City of Seattle today, are from  the Kuskoquinij and are the first to  come out this winter from the  Katmai trail. These men report a  strike near the mouth of the Kus-  koquim, which has already created  a stampede ,in that district. Updike who is United States commissioner for the Kuskoquim district,  states that he heard of a strike  while on the way to Katmai. The  report said that the ground was  rich and   many' ��tom  Nome had  HE  Ssc   GO.  asTHiiSoisr  KASLO  BJVIT3DOISr  ST0VESJ   STOVES!    STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES ���UfiT  Sole Agents for tlie Original Cole's Hot Blast Goal Heaters  . SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION'  TELEPHONE R ;   Storo. Cornor B.iker and Josephlno Sheet  come over to. the   Kuskoquim during the winter.  The trip of these two men to the  Coast was a severe one. The weather  was bitterly cold; the trail was  rough. It had not been traveled  by man during the -..winter. The  dogs almost gave out before the end  of the journey. Several times the  sleds broke throughj thin ica and  the contents were almost lost. They  found no others at Katmai.  -Gift of a Million Dollars.  Chicago, March 20.���Mrs! Emmons Blaine, according to an aii-  nouneemen t by president William  R. Haiper ��� at the University bf  Chicago convocation this afternoon,  lias given $1,000,000 to the University of Chicago school of education, lately organized by the affiliation of the Chicago Institute and  she university. This sum is given  through the trustees of the Chicago  Iustitute, founded by Mrs. Blaine,  and it is to bo used partly for purchase of ground, partly for buildings and partly for endowment.  Lust year Mexico manufactured  370,000,000 packages of cigarettes  and 119,000,000 cigar?. This is an  increase of 10 per cent over the  previous year.  PERSONAL.  Right Rev. bishop Dontenwille is  registered at tho Queen's.  J.- G. Brown  and wife, Toronto,  reentered at tho Tremont last night.  ,  Sand ford Daigle and James Brown  aro ovor from Silverton.    They aro s. ay ing at.  the Madden House." ' ' .-.  7 H.' Williams, Hamilton ; II. C. Mc-  Larty, Granite mill; E. B. Williams; 8pnkarie-  K W. Stapleford, 'Ymir, and.Mrs. Oarler, Van  couver, are among yesterday's arrivals at the  Queen's.     -  -.'- .-<  .    BUSINESS   MENTION:.  Pacific  Telephone  Cellar to Rent���Apply. The Royal  Bank of Canada.   _   ' ���>  ��� .'To let���Furnished rooms iu Car-  noy block.   Apply Miss Garrett.  Go to the Old Curiosity Shop ii  you want to buy or soil anything.  Hack   calls left at   the  Transfor born on Vernon streets.  call 35.  For   Rent���Two-room   house  on  Victoria stieet. Apply Matheson & Graham'.-  barber shop.  Nelson     Employment     Agency,  Baker .stroet, J. II. Love. Help of all kind  furnished.  For Rent.���Two fine offices centrally located. Apply to A. H. Buchanan, Ban!  of Montreal.  Tft-o large, well-furnished rooms  to lot. 1 and 5 Macdonald block, corner Jose  phinc and Vernon.  Store to rent in the Madden block,  fronting on Wa��d street. For particulars applj  to Thomas Madden.  Wanted���Position as bookkeeper.  Practical experience. Highest references. Apply  ^ErL^KTribuno ottloe.==^=  Japan Tea of all kinds to suit  your taste. Sun Cured,'Spider Leg, Pan Fired  in bulk or packages.  Kootenay Coffee Co.  Wanted���A   first-class   foreman  for granite quarry. One used to taking out dimension stone.   Apply to John Gunn, Nelson.  To   rent���Three   rooms   and    a  kitchen, furnishod. All mndorn conveniences.  Rent low to a suitable party. Apply S, Tribune  ofllce.  ���   - .  ���   -'      "  For fresh candi.es, fruits, nuts, &c,  cigars and tobaccos oftt.he.best brands, call at the  Bon Ton Confectionery; Baker street, Miss A.  Lu Khnkwitz.  Furnished Room to Let���Large  front room to lot: centrally located. Apply toM,  M. Fiasor, Kast Victoria streot, near cornor of  Hendryx. ���  That fine blend of Ceylon Tea we  aro selling at thirty cents per pound is giving  iho boat of satisfaction to our many customers.  Kootenay COffeo Co.  VSix Room House To Let.���With  bath and electric light, on Victoria street, three  doors in rear of the fire hall. .$20 per month.  Apply to T. H. Robert*.  Hotel for Sale.���$7000. Best road  house in Kootenay. Well stocked and furnished.  �����3000 cash, bnlanco six months. Thorpe & Co.,  Limited, Nelson, B. C.  For Sale���Barber shop, fruit and  news stand. Close to steamboat landing and  . station. Cheap. Satisfactory reason for leaving.  Apply T. Plnnioho, barber, Nakusp, B. C.  Western Canadian Employment  Ofllce���Malo and female help of all kinds furnished free of charge Victoria street, next door  to Public Library.   Phono 270.   P.O. Box 711.  Copper, Copper, Copper. Copper  minos and prospeocs wanted. Sond samples and  report to The Prospectors' Exchange Room 4,  K-W-C Block, Nelson, B. C. Phone 101. P. O.  box No. 700.  We   have   Indian,   Ceylon    and  China Teas in great variety, choicest q��ality.  Wo mako a specialty of blending teas and sellj  thorn in any quantity at lowest rates. Kootonay  Coffee Co. .     <���   ��� ������_ -x   .-���" f  Gold,   Gold,   Gold; Free   milling'  gold mines and prospec's wanted. Send samples  and report to Andrew F. Rosenberger, Room 4,  K-W-O Block, Nelson.   TelephonolOi    P.O. box  No. 700. ���         ���     -....-���*  NOTICE   OF   MEETING/.  The members of Nelson Lodge "A. F. & A. M.  and fojournlng brethren are requested to meet at  McArthur &<3o.'8uridertaking parlors on Vernon  .street at 4:3'J o'clock to accompany the remain*  of Brother McNair to lhe depot.  GOME EARLY  FOR   GARDEN   AND  FLOWER   SEEDS  ARE THE  ORDER?.  Steel Brigg-s and  P. M, Ferry's  CHOICEST   VARIETIES.     MAIL   US   YOUR  WE ARE HEADQUARTERS.  William Hunter & Co.  GUOCKKIKS AND CROCK Kits'.  BAKER STRKKT, NKLSON.  piIIXiriliailllllXIriTmrilmTTITrTITTTTITITrrTTTTTrTTTTTTfTyTTTTTfTTr-fYTTTHTr^nT.  xxzxxxxxizxxjxxxxxxxxx:  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  .   No. 4, K. W. C. Block, NELSON, B. O.  Gold,' Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  ,   Free-Milling* Gold Properties wanted at onctj for Eastern Investors.-  Parties having mining -property for sale aro requested to send samples of tholr ore to the  Exchange for oxhibiuon. Wo dchiro to hear from all prospectors who havo promising mineral  claims in British Columbia. ,  Prospectors and mining men are requested to mako the Kxchange their headquarters when  in Nelson.  All samples should bo sent by oxpress, Prepaid.   Correspondonco solicitod,  -  Address all communications to  Telephone 104 .      -     ANDREW  P. O. Box 700  ROSENBERGER,  Nelson,  B.C.  iixxxxxxxxxxixxxicxxxixxxxxxxixxixxiixixxxxxxxxxcaxixi  .  We have juit opened up our sji-irg  consignment of waU papers, which  compiise nil tho latest, patterns for  1901 As we do the bulk of the wail  papering business in Nolson, we know  the patterns whicli commend themselves mo*t icadily. You will be re-  papering in a few weeks. Call in now  and make your Re'ect ion while tlio as-  Eortment is complete.  F. J. BRADLEY & CO.  fJELSON.      JOSEPHINE STREET  The Gait  removed  i:iK,   on  doors  west* C.  A  full supply  Coal office has been  to "the Ward build-  Baker   streot���two  P. It.  offices.  of Gait Coal  now on hand.  W. P. TIERNEY,  Telephone No. 205     General Agenti  GARDEN SEEDS  W e have oponcd up tho largest shipment of  no-t quality, fresh garden seeds over brought lo  the Jvootenay country. Wo aro selling largo  quantities alroarty and you will note our way is  ctifterontffroiirtliatrofoilier-dcalors'iirthis^clis"  trict, in that  WE  SELL BY WEIGHT  As well as by package, and though the quality  is tho best the price is the same as in-Toronto.  Make out a list and send to us and wo will guarantee satisfaction.  IN FLOWER SEEDS  REMOVED.  The office of the Arlington Mine of  Erie, B. C., and Hastings (British  Columbia) Exploration Syndicate,  Limited, are now in room 9,  K.-W.-C. Block.  H. E. T. HAULTAIN, Manager.  Wo also have a largo assortment���10 different  varieties and colors of Sweet Peas to select  from tied an endless variety of othor kinds.  CANADA WM& BOOK CO.  K.-W. C. Block.       Corner Ward and Baker Sts.  THOMPSON & DOUGLAS  Victoria Street.  PAINTERS  Decorators and  Paper Hangers.  MRS. CARR  LATE OF VANCOUVER  LADIES' TAILOR  Parlors formerly occupied by Miss MacMillan,  Victoria Block.  The patronage of Nolson ladies solicited.  THE GRANVILLE SCHOOL  1175 Haro Street, Vancouver.  All the fashionable creations  in Spring and Summer wear  are included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds, and Fancy Trouserings  E. Skinner  Neelands'Building, Baker Street).  FRED J. SQUIRE. Manager.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  TREMONT HOTEIj BLOCK.  Large stock of high-class Imported goods,  specialty of the square   shoulder���tn  fashion in coats.  A  latest)  Boarding and DaySchool for Girls. %\ ill reopen January 15th. Terms moderate. For (arm I  and prospectus apply to  MADAMOISELLE KEBN, Principal  NELSON BUSINESS  COLLEGE  Removed to Cornor of Ward and Baker Streets.  Day and Night Classes iu Season.

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