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 Un*teStt*BteTmrrmr"'-tT -���mi__r^r^r.^ryn^avrfr,^Jrrv  BOB?_KB._________a-m__m_____  iSS^^pB  H  li  ESTABLISHED  1892  If  FRIDAY  M0EN1NG,  DECEMBER  20  1901  MUCH DIFFERENT  TRAMWAY COMPANY HAS  POWER TO SELL.  ITS POSITION IN .REGARD TO THE  WEST KOOTENAY COMPANY  IS DEFINED.  C. S. Drummond'of thc British Electric  Traction  Compahy,  and  chairman  of    tho   London   board   of   the   Nelson  Kleetric Tramway Company, had an interview with   the members of the city  council   last evening,  when  the affairs  of the local, company, were talked over.  Coming as it did upon the eve of thc  voting upon the by-law authorizing the  expenditure of .fl.50,000 for tlie installation   of a   power   plant   on   Kootenay  river, it is unfortunate that The Tribune  is not in a position to give a toil r.ccount  of thc interview.   .A representative was  present at': the meeting, but he was informed  that the desire was  merely to  have a talk over matters witli the tramway people, and   that  a report   of the  proceedings was not contemplated;  Had  the interview  been of an ordinary nature it would have   been .passed over  without further notice, but from information  gleaned  from  those  in  attendance it appears that thc interview was  a   most   extraordinary  one,   in   that  it  brought to light thc fact that thero is  and lias been no Feai clashing of interests between tlie city and tho ��� tramway  company; that there is nothing to pre-  k vent tlie tramway company from selling  ����������� electric power  to  the city,  but on  the  contrary that it is .willing and anxious  to dispose of power;   and that the installation of a city pi.-.nt on Kootenay  river would be welcomed by the tramway company rather than be regarded  as a death warrant.  lt is because The Tribune believes the  information given by Mr. Drummond, is  important, and that it should ��� be as  widely disseminated as possible in" view  of thc voting on the by-laws today, that  it endeavors ,to give "the'" gist of Mr.-  Drummond's remarks. They may not  be complete, but they are as complete  as the opportunity for securing the information would permit.  The one thing which struck most of  Mr.! Drummond's: auditors was that  there has been considerable misplaced  sympathy on tap in Nelson for the  tramway company. He did not attend  the meeting of the city council to make  a poor mouth. He did notiintimatethat  tlie action of tlie ratepayers of the city  In refusing to accept the jug-handled  power contract with the !West Kootenay  Power & Light Company should be punished by the closing down of, the tramway, nor did he intimate that today the  employees of the tramway company  would be out in force working in the interests of the West Kootenay Power &  Light Company, as they.were when the  power contract by-law was submitted  to the ratepayers.  Shutting down t.he tramway is apparently one of the hist things Mr. Drummond has thought of.   He intimated to  tho members   of   the   council   that the  ^T3ritish-Electric"Tra"ction-Co"mpany~h"ar<P  tramways in operation in all parts of  t.he globe, and that its investments in  such amounted to something like $30,-  000,000.    This being   so,   he   intimated  that it would not be very good business  for so large a company to shut down  and admit its failure and the loss of the  $1.75,000 that had boen embarked in the  venture.    He admitted  that there had  been  some   disappointment  in  connection with  the -tramway venture.    The  city, for one thing, had not made the  progress  that was expected  of it.    He  did not wish to create the impression  that Nelson was standing still.    Such  waa far from being the case, as he had  noted very marked improvement in the  city since his former visits.    But there  had not been the growth that was.expected,  and  consequently  the  business  of the tramway company was not what  it had been anticipated.  He was of the opinion that if a better  understanding was arrived at tlie tramway and the city could be of mutual assistance. He did not wish it to be understood that the tramway eompany was  wedded to the -West Kootenay Power  & Light Company. If it was wedded to  anything it was wedded to the City of  Nelson.  One way in which the tramway company and the ci.ty could be of mutual  advantage to each 'oti.vji' was l'or the  city to purchase from the tramway company the surplus power which it did not  use, but which it was obliged to pay for  to the West Kootenay Power fe Light  Company.  This suggestion pretty nearly floored  a number of the aldermen who remembered the ^statement of the local oflicers  cf the company that it was not at lib'  erty to sell any power to thecity. Their  incredulity was soon overcome, however,  as Mr. Drummond stated that it was  he who had made the bargain with the  West Kootenay Power & "Light Company; that he had the power to sell  power to the city under it; and that he  was prepared to exercise that power and  sell the city such electrical energy as it  might need up to 1.00 horse-power if the  city wanted it.  To say the aldermen were surprised  with the turn matters have takeii as between the West Kootenay Power &  Light Company, the tramway company,  f^and the city, is putting it mildly. It is  understood that Mr. Drummond will  make the city an  offer to sell power  which will be laid before the council  at its next regular meeting on Monday  evening.  As intimate in the course of his interview, the offer will be to sell the city  just such power as it may need up to  100 horse-power at a rate as favorable  as the best rate quoted by the West  Kootenay Power & Light Company,  that is, $3.75 per horse-power por  month. If this is clone, the West Kootenay Power & Light Company will  speedily cease to be a factor in the municipal politics of Nelson.  Insist on Bein-? *Oann<iians.  TORONTO, December 19.���An exciting incident took place tonight, at a dinner given by Canadian manufacturers.  Wilburn Robins of Walkerville, Ontario,  delivered an address on imperialism, and  referring to French Canadians objecting  to their being called French said there  were no English Canadians and why  French? They were all Canadians. He  appealed to French Canadians to drop  the word "French." Mr. Roland of  Montreal replied and said the French  flag whenever shown was always enlivened with the Union Jack. The last gun  fired for British connection would be by  French Canadians. He was loudly  cheered.   ���     ���  eastern'mnadian NEWS  BYLAW NO. 102  And a Rise in Real Estate Values Will Follow.  A   ���%   ��?���   ���?<��   �����*   M   ���%   ���%   ��T��   ���%   9^��   ���+���   ��������    1%   __%   ��T��   ��?���   ���*!��  +     VOTE FOR BL-LAW NO. 102.  Wired in Brief.  MONTREAL, December la.���Over twenty thousand Montrealers have been disannulled from voljng in the civic elections  tp be held in February* o:i account ot failure to pay water and business taxes.  GALT;..: Ontario, December 1!).���Thomas  McGl vori n,''clerk ��� of-'dlvision .'court and real  estate, agent, was found in. his ollice in an  unconscious, condition, from escaping ga.s  yesterday morning. -l'-lo will recover.  TORONTO. December 19.���Word has bJan  received at iho Methodist, mission rooms' of  the death nf Mrs. Meaehnm, wife of 1-tev-  rili- Meneliam. i\f-*itIiodi��t missionaiy ot  Tokio, Japan, ft'rs. Afencham has been associated with her husband' in missionary  .���.work.In Japan for .twenty-five years.  RAPID CITV. Manitoba, December IDAS ?. result of a burning accident last night  the throe venr nld daughter of C. Blelvin-  "'non died thismorning. Slie was playing*  -croimd Uio lire when ii spark ignited* her  clothing; and was so badly.:burned that she  died at an early hour today.  TORONTO. Decembor I!).���It. lUbcrls of  Adelaide. South Australia, is in tiie city  seeking information regarding- newer portions of Canadjj wilh a view of satisfying  wishes of same Australian farmers who  aro dissatlslied with their* lot in that colony anil have expressed a desire to como  to Canadn.  TORONTO. D-'oembor 111.���Sneaking in  the inlerest.of T..'.K. Wallace, iho < "onset-  votive candidate in VV'osl york, here last  night, lliifus Pope, ^V.l1., of Compton, e\-  prosscd the opinion that if Canada had sent  .���2:",n*>j men lo.Soulh Africa they Would have  -won tho baltie-long-ago, as .-there weio-no  mon on earth as good fighters as Cana-  i lift .-.>?.  HEVKRN ISRIDjIS, Ontario,' Docemboi  19.���Charles Lyon, eighty years old; was  fnii'id dead (his morning a short dislmce  Iron-, his home. Tie had been missing sin -?  Saturday, tl; had been driven to within  half a mile of his homer by a neighbor on  Saturday and it is Ih night in the darkness  ho lost his way and laid down and idied  from exposure; to the extreme cold.  H:\iMII.TiJ.V. December it).���Fireman  Theodoro Smith, married, residing at -0  ���Stanley aveiivia, was killed and foreman  Robert Wilson, fireman Robert Atkinson  and Robert Cameron were badly injured as  a result of a collision between the hose  wagon and a slreet car at the Corner of  King and Ray sir-sets shortly before 7  o'clock this morning. The. hose wagon was  responding to an alarm of lire at Weston's  foundry in the west'end of'tho cily. Fora-  * man -Wilson's injuries are serious. None ol  the passengers in the streot ear were injured.  OTTAWA, December Ifl.���Tho railroad  'committee of thu nrivy council this morning pn.s-ipnned action on the application of  lhe Vanooiivo''. 'Victoria &* Eastern railway ror'ii. right lo build a branch ro Columbia find Grind Forks, Rritish Columbia, ui:til more information; is obtained  tne fmirnilfltT.' having boen informed of an  interim injunction having been taken otr  in British Columbia' forbidding tlie compauy��� to-build���further���on-tho-ground-th it-  its charier had lapsed before work on several section* .was begun. It was.also stated  tliat tho mailer was one that should be  de/ilt with by parliament and not by the  railway committee of the privy council  *  ���I'  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  ���I*  At an informal meeting of the  city council held last night, C. S.  .Drummond of London, England,  managing director of the Nelson  Street Railway Company, stated  that his company was in a position to" sell   the   city   auxilliary  power in any quantity from one  horse-power up to one hundred  horse-power, to meet the city's requirements, at the rate of $3.75  per horse-power per month.    He  also stated that if the city had a  power plant of its own, that his  company  would  he  prepared ��� to  become a customer5of the city's  as soon as its   (his company's)  contract had   expired   with  the  West  Kootenay  Power  &  Light  Company.    Mr. Drummond   evidently means business, and, there  are few people   in   Nelson who  will not willingly aid his company in the direction of his proposal.     More:     There   are   few  people in Nelson, if the city! had  its own power plant on Kootenay river, who would not be in  favor of "selling the street railway, company power at a merely  nominal sum per. year.   The way  to    help    enterprises    like    the  street railway company is to be  in a position to help them.    A  vote FOR By-law No. 102 today  will he a vote to help the street  railway company   at no   distant  date.  ���j..}. $. ��g�� ^�� ��|�� ����, ��j. .g. ��j, ,j��.��..?. ... .*. ^ ^  *  *  ���I-  ���J*  *  *  *  +  *  *  *  *  *  -i-  ���:-  *  *  *  erty owner in Nelson will be doing an  act that will bring stabilityi to real  values in Nelson.  Contractors in Nelson, men who are  able financially to carry out any work  they may undertake/are willing to put  up a ?10,000 forfeit that they can construct flumes and waterways and erect  buildings and install a 1000 horse-power  , plant on Kootenay river in nine months  ' from the day   the contract   is signed.  | Vote the money today by marking your  I ballot FOR By-law No. 102,. and a year  from today Nelson-, will have the finest  I electric power plant on the Pacific Coast  I and real .estate will be worth 100 cents  ���on the dollar.  1    j}'J"   ��J��   ���?���   ��J��   ���%   ��J��   ��J*   *J*>%   b|��  ��J��   ��?��   *%t   *^m   ��J*   ��J*   *J*   ��J��  ���I* +;,I��*+*+...4 ���{��� 'I* *h *l* *l* *h -I- -i--i* 4..}. .j-  +"  '       ' ^.'  THE CITY SAVED $7000.  A vote.for By-law No. 102 means that  the streets of Nelson will be better  lighted than the streets of any other  city in British Columbia and at a less  cost.  Every bank manager in^Nelson admits  that if the city was in a position to furnish a refinery with free power for five  years that such: a proposal would be  more acceptable than a cash bonus.  There are many young men in Nelson who have invested their means in  real estate and built homes thereon with  money borrowed from loan companies.  A fall in prices of real esta.te; means  that these young men would be unable  to realize ,on their holdings :if they are  compelled , to seek employment else-  .wliere. Their investments would he a  dead loss to them. An investment in  real estate should be made as safe as a  deposit in a sayings bank. By voting  FOR By-law No. 102 today every prop- |  *  *  *l'  *  *  VOTE FOR BY-LAW NO. 102.  Every property owner in Nelson should by his or her vote today declare for freedom from  . outside corporation dictation and  control. Every property owner  in Nelson should by his or her  vote today declare a willingness  to assist enterprises and industries that will assist in upbuilding Nelson. ���> Eyery property  owner in Nelson "by his or her  vote today should prove that  they have confidence in themselves, in their town, and in their  district. Every property owner  in Nelson bv his tor her vote today should declare that Nelson  will be the best **-lighted city in  British Columbia, and at the  lowest cost per light A vote  FOR By-law No. 102 will be no  mistake.  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  +  'l'  *  *  *  +  ���I*  'b'i  The city saved not less than  ?7000   by defeating   By-law No.  101 a month ago, for now the  street railway   company   is prepared to sell the city auxilliary  power, in any quantity from one  horse-power up to one hundred  horse-power, at the rate of $3.75  a month for the power actually  used from month to month. The  city  made  that   saving  against  the advice and votes of mayor  Fletcher  and   alderman   Selous,  men who - are doing * their utmost  to defeat the endorsement of Bylaw No. 102, which if carried will  place the city in an independent  position, not only  for  its   own  power, but for power furnished  such   enterprises   as   the   street  railway and   such   industries as  the proposed refinery. Vote FOR  By-law No. 102 and save the city  hundreds  of  thousands  of  dollars and increase its population  by so many thousands that Nelson will take first rank in the  cities of the province.  ��� ��% ��!�� ��|* ������� ���J* ���?�� ���% ���J* ���?��� *%�� ��J�� ��|�� ��|* ��J* ��|*  *  *  *  *  *  *  ���I-  *  -i*  ���I-  *  hard labor out of respect for liis calling  ... . ou .uvounc of the great religious organization of which ho Is n most unworthy  member.          Marconi Feted.  ST. Ji'lINS, Newfoundland, December 19.  Marconi's local hiivyer has Informod counsel for the AnglD American Cable Company  will temporarily coase his tests ln  signals by. wireless telegraphy  land and .vl'.hout admitting Hid  the Anglo AVnerican Comimny,  will notify rhat oompa ty prior to resuming  his tests c The situation otherwise is unchanged  ..Governor fioyle of- Newfoundland sinve a  largo luncheon in honor of Mr.. Marconi  today. Among the iTruests present wero  premier Bnnj, the eabi'vjt minl.slers, heads  of, departments, marine, Lloyds underwriters nitloi.'Uvand.representatives of the  I rtss The tinir was oraetimlly a state  function. Govoru.ir Boyle in proposing h's  h-ialth spi;IC3'onthusf-isUcally of the in venter's work ..-since*.his arrival in tlioCilony  that lin  receiving  from   tli'v.  1-ij.lits  DAILY EDITIO  cba��SSr  SOUTHERN PACIFIC ADDS  TO QUOTA *  All Were Deck Hands  CUAf.l.'SSTON, We.sL Virginia, December l!) -T'io sis imcr Kanawah.L Hell, whicli  runs betwen Ch'irljsLsn and Alontgornery,  went over lock -No."'-'1 at lJant creek on her  LiIp dowi Lonis^lil. broke in two and is i  total wreck. )51glit of the crew, ail deck  liaiifl*-'. \\:i t ilio'.vi ���<! The 'idicois ^of tli1  boat weie savjd, but some of U'.c-m had  ���iitrrow escapes. The river has ben*:*high  for several davs and theio has been a lin-  iou�� t'liiienl at the lock and the pilot w.i*">  unable to ���control the boat-on approachlns-  OP EEOENT TBAIN WRECKS-SUNSET LIMITED LATEST  ADDITION,  :l  JINGOISM   OVER   IRELAND  *  ���\* *I* *I* -i- *}- -$-^-l* *l* *I*" ���I->*I* *!��� ��I* -I* ���!��� *l* ���!��� *i  Voting $150,000 /to he spent on the  erection of a power plant on Kootenay  river and changing the city's lighting  system so that it will be up-to-date In  every respect, is simply placing means  within the reach of next year's council  so that they can act promptly as soon  as the site for a power station is secured and plans and specifications for  the proposed works are prepared and  accepted;    A vote for By-law No. ,102 means that  the City of Nelson will be for all time  independent of the West Kootenay  Power & Light Company, .Limited, of  Rossland, and that that company will  not bo considered a factor in our municipal elections.  If By-law No. 102 is carried today, it  will be published in every paper in  Canada and in many papers in the  United States within a month. The announcement that Nelson has voted  $150,000 to be spent in the' erection of  an up-to-date power plant will show outside people that the people of Nelson  have confidence in their-, town and in  the country on which the town depends.  Confidence begets confidence.  The voting of $150,000 to erect a power  plant on Kootenay river is notice to the  provincial government that the city's  application for land suitable for a power  station is bona fide. Defeat the $150,000  by-law, and it is an intimation to the  provincial government that the people  j of Nelson are mere windy triflers; that  they want to get hold of something that  they do not want to use.  The people of Nelson voted $15,000 in  debentures in 1899 that were not sold.  They again voted $76,000 in 1900 that  were not sold. This makes a total of  $91,000 of debentures that were authorized but which were not sold. Did the  authorization of these issues of debentures impair the credit of Nelson? No!  And no one knows it better than mayor  Fletcher.  What Some Canadians Propose.  NEW "SOKn', Dec-mber 13. ��� 1 he piovis  lonnl govr>i'>im< nt executive committee of  thc Unilod Irish League if America termed  by the Jiijs.1i envoys- R*>di.iond, McHugh,  aivi O tioinell���!icf*).'e leaving foi ' IrelinJ,  held its 11 r��t meeting at the Hoffman  I rouse John Finerty of Chicago, president,  of lhe ncvly onjni'ed league, piosided,  and most of the twenly-ono original members of-the executive ���jommitlee were in', at-  tend.mce Ducy Scoti of Ottwa, Ontarij,  wufa sillied to the executive committee A  constitution and bv-laws b.ised on lines of  the oil! Land League oi^arizition were  aloptcd aid arran^moiUs weie made to  org-miAj tlie joiinlrv in si'pport of th3  I'ish |i*> idt-i". and lhe United lush League  in Irel.ii ���}. The executive committee was  eog.'isjod until a lale horn in drafting an ,ul-  d'ess to the people ol this country on  whicli the*v has.' their claim to .icliv sup-  lioit of tho fi Ish i ,tu >e at the piesenc time  Tlie udilicss endoi-.es whit Mi Kedmond  and his as^oei.its-3 s-ml as to ihe imp ">i tar.t  I ail ICnslanJ is plawng in kicpmsr Ireland  down un1 says, "ihe rirf.it task, I hen, of  this our potiorilion is lo strnc and root  the lrl?h in theii soil���the work so gloriously bcqii'i by Parnell and now so ably  pu.si'ciileil b> Hscl-riind, Davill OBiicn,  Oillon." .md their associates The *soung  itirnl pooplj if rioland musl bo givon ,i  living in th j land that gave them birth  In order thaL thev might cleave unto the  soil flvy must be n.ido like the jriench-  m.in, the lljll'inder. and the Boer, larmci  proprietoi s Th's. alli^.l to the underlying  cause i-.T Irish national independence, Is  tlie notable mnsion of the United Irish  League of Ii 'l.in.l It is our duty as Irishmen lo s'islaiii Ireland in her chosen  pulley, .vlMjh in no w.iv conflicts with oui  iK-'tldiial -sentlTi3nt either a.s friends ol  Ireland  or as American citizens '  The addi js, then calls upon lush Amcu-  c.ins to loini .is soon as possible, bianche-.  of the .United Irish League of America to  co-opjrato witli their Irish brethren in the  cause of national: liberty* and agrarian reform.    BRIEF  WIRINGS  FROM ABROAD.  A Fine Christmas Display.  The display made this year in the five departments of the Hudson's Bay Company's  stores  is  far and  away ahead  of  that of  the -previous'year and is deserving of  the  convict inn   that   has   forced   itself   on   the  youthful   mind   that  the  company's stoies  are lhe headquarters'for Santa Claus.^The  work of iho window dressing lias nut jet  been completed,  Ihu that of the dry goods  and gent's furnishing department has been  prepared, and makes a  .cry neat display.  It Is divided into three oompartinonls,  Iho  lli'.sl of which Is given over to a tasty display   of   men's    furnishings,    suitable    lor  Christina.'; presents.  Next to this comes a  display of Indies'  wear, also suited to  the  holiday   trade,  and   in   the  third   compait-  '.pent   is   the  children's  display.   This  is  u  Christmas eve  production  with   the children's patron salnl In tho act of making his  way  through  lhe chimney (Inc.  The pubis  taken In the preparation of '.he window is  duly appreciated by the youngsters.  Insiilo  special effort has bo-in made with tlie decoration   of   tbo   dry   goods   department   In  which   fhe  Christmas   toys  are  displayed.  If  presents everj- appearance of a  India?'  fancy  fair.  Tlio  work  of gelling the yio-  cory and linuur department in shape Is now  in   hand.   Tha   usual   Christmas   hampeis  will   not   be   issued ,by  the  company   this  season, but the present stock of bolli groceries and liciuors Is the best that the company has -opened liV/thiu, city, being ordered  specially wilh a vic'ty to the requirements  of (hp'holiday trad?.,The men's furnishings  and carpet departments vumplete tlie range,  and from the one or the other there should  be  Utile trouble  in   selecting a  Chrislmus  piesent which would please.  Ia-fc Niff ts Curling Gamo.  By thc defeat of thc Carrie rink last  evening tho president's side secured a load  of two points in the club competition. The  defeat of the Carrie rink was unexpected,  as it was loked upon as one of the strongest drawn. The .score stood Wallace 17,  C.ttIo f>. The rinks were made up as follows: .J. O'Shea, D. S. Stanley, J. F. AVcir.  and J. H. Wallace, and C D. Blackwood,  J. A.  Dewar,  J.  Thompson and A.  Carrie.  There were a number of scratch games  plyaed. Tho.Turner and Richardson rinks,  which meet in the competition this evening, had n practice game, when the Turner men were defeated by a score of S to  22. If the game goes anything like this at  ,i... ,,,.,.,.1, this-pveniiitr llio vleo-president'M  side will recover most of what they lost  yu.-ioriiiiy.  A scratch game was played yesterday betwen rinks skipped by A. IT. Buchanan .and  Frank Fletcher, and resulted In u win for  the latter by a score of 7 to 10. These rinks  wore made up as follows: M. S. Davys, H,  E. Croasdaile, A. G. Gamble, and A. I-I.  Buchanan, and J. Cholditch, C. E. Miller,  C. J. AVilson and Frank Fletcher.  KING GHATS WITH LIPTON  Edward Admires Roosevelt.  LONDON, December 19.���Sir Thomas  Lipton, in the long interview which he  had with   king   Edward   yesterday   at  which the America's cup races were discussed, unfolded his plans for the future.   His majesty exhibited the keenest  interest in them and at times offered  suggestions.    He expressed the opinion  that it would be very hard to get a boat  to beat   the   Americans,   to   which sir  Thomas replied that   ho  Avas   at  least  confident he could secure a yacht a good  deal    better .than   the   Shamrock   II.  When sir Thomas had finished explaining his reasons for this belief, the king  appeared   to   be  satisfied  and   heartily  wished him success.    Sir Thomas Lipton also conveyed to king Edward a recapitulation   of   president   Roosevelt's  friendly comments on the king and on  England, which   formed   the   gist of a  conversation  between sir Thomas and  Mr. Roosevelt, while the former was in  the United States.    The king' was evidently much pleased.    In turn he told  sir   Thomas   how   greatly   he admired  president Roosevelt's personality, which,  unfortunately,  he only knew by hearsay.    The king takes great interest in  the  preparations  for  bu'.lding  another  challenger   for the  cup   Avhich  are believed to be already on foot.  positively   declined   to   run   for   the  mayoralty chair.  Mr. Wilson, representing several large  canneries, is going to "England to open  a head oflice there.  Vancouver Local News.  VANCOUVER, December 19.���[Special to The Tribune.]���Fire early this  morning did $15,000 damage to premises  and stock of J. Sudmin, clothier, Cordova street. The fire caught from a  stove.    Insurance,   S3000.  An. Indian named .Toe Peter was  brought to the city by the steamer Cassiar this morning in a dying condition.  He was loading a gun ux Sechelt and the  firearm accidentally discharged, tearing  out the front of the Indian's stomach.  He is in St. Paul's hospital and will not  probably recover.  There is a big demand for loggers  here. Five camps are to be opened after  Christmas and very few men are hoav  on hand to supply the places.  Carter-Cotton, this morning met a  deputation from the Electoral Union and  Greenwood Local News.  GREENWOOD, December 19.���[Special to The Tribune.]���There have been  several changes 'recently in the local  staff of the Canadian Bank of Commerce. A.'W. English has retired from  the bank's service; A. H. Plummer has  heen transferred from Greenwood to  Fernie; and D. H. Gordon has been  transferred from Nelson to GrccnAVood.  Robert Kerr has returned from Carmi,  on the West Fork cf Kettle river, Avhencc  he hauled a horse whim for use on the  Butcher Boy mine, in which he is interested Avith others. The shaft on the  Butcher Boy is now down about 75 feet,  and the claim is looking well. Work  was lately suspended at Carmi. oi wliich  the shaft is doAvn 190 feet. Kerr states  the West Fork road is in extremely bad  condition; . the worst he ever traveled  over.  James W. Grier, who last summer  started the West Fork News at Beaverdell, is down here for the Christmas  holidays. It is stated ho has sold his  interest in that newspaper.  The Dominion Express Company has  transferred its city money order agency  to the store of J. L. Coles, the bookseller.  P. W. George has taken possession of  the local stock and business of the Wallace-Miller Company, C. H. Fair contin-  uins as manager.  Among the arrivals are R. A. C. Mc-  Nally of Rossland, G. C. Hodge, R. J.  Hamilton, J. H. Mackenzie of Nelson,  and J. Murray, provincial timber inspector.  Stirring Up a Hornets' Nest.  One of the best known property owners  on Carbonate street writes The Tribune  as follows:  'NKLSON. December IS.���To the Editor  .if Thc Tribune: Nelson Is a good-sized hornets' nest. Tomorrow morning mayor  Fletcher and the XV. K. V. ,t I.. C. will  touch the business end of that nest. Watch  tne hornets come  out."  CHAFFEE SCORES FILIPINOS  Nick Burley Reaches Rossland.  KOPSI.AND, December 10.���Nick Burloy.  the Seattle middle-weight who meots Charley Goff here tomorrow night, reached  Rossland today iu splendid condition nnd  conlMcnt of .success, ft will be the first  lime the men nave met since. 1S.M, when  P.urley gave Goff his first lessons in the  (U'tie art at Spokane.  Thinks Them Scarcely Human.  WASHINGTON,   December  19.���"History  affords no parallel of a whole people'thus  practically ���'turning ��� war   traitors,   and   in  tho  genius  of   no   other  people   was- ever  found   such   masterful   powers   of  secrecy  and dissimulation, but, it is needless lo say  that   no  powerful   state  was  ever  erected  or ever can be erected on such Immoral or  unenlightened    foundations.''    This    slaie-  ment is made by general Chaffee, .military  governor of the Philippines, in review cf a  number   of   conrtmartlals   in   the   Island--,  the   records  of  which   have  been   received  Ml   the   war   department.   The   case   which  hi ought   forth   Uns   comment   was   one   in  whicli seven  natives were  tried jointly on  u charge of inurd ;r. The accused were soldiers in  the Insurgent army and alter defeat   hy   the   Amorioa-i   army   lu   the   Held,  abandoned even  Ih-.' show of open opposition  and  look up  tholr residences at   I'ay-  tay, a placo prolecled by nn American gat-  rison.    Then,     following     Ihe    proclaimed  policy   of   llio   Insurgjiil   chiefs,   they   proceeded   to  ���ng.inl/.c   seereilv  ,i   lulu   band.  When .-iiilliorizatioii  had  boen given  to vs-  lahllsh   civil   govjriuneiil   the   band   came  forward   under   the   leadership   of   a   resl-  ueni padre and were elected municipal olll-  cors of Taylay. Then ensued a remarkable  attempt to serve  two masters.   In all  lawful  mutters they  served  with  due appeai-  ancc   lo   the  American   government,   while  at the same  lime  I hey labored secroUy lu  ihe  interest** of the  insurgents.  This dual  form of government, says general Chaffee  existed  everywhere in strongly garrisoned  cities like Manila, as well as the .smallest  cities.   The   municiiJ.il   officers   of   Ta.\ lay  next ontered upon a sesies-of murders and  continued  thei;'  work until  the number of-  mysteriou.s  disappearances  led   to   I lie discovery of the perpetrators  by  the American   aulhoiitles.   '-One   undeniable   truth,"  says  general  Charfee,   "stands  out  in  this  case as in hundreds of like cases of murder,   that  the  average  native of  these  islands has not iliore than  the merest rudimentary concopti-in of his Individual rights  and  duties as a  man,  and   no ono knows  this a.s well as the chiefs who use him for  their  nefarioii-i  purposes."  Six ul' tli-j seven natives were .sentenced  lo be hanged, but general Chaffee commuted the sentence of three of them lo  imprisonment at hard labor for life. The  seventh nati/e, Leonardo De Posey, a  regular ordained priest, asked for and was  granted a separate irial. At his trial De  Posey, who was held to be'tlie chief ag*int  in lhe Taytay murddrs, took advantage of  tiio loophole whicli appeared to be afforded  by his iiosltlia as priest by contending  that while the participators in the wholesale nuii'dors in Taytay would confess the  same at confessional he was compelled by  his .sacred olllco to keep silence. General  Chaffee pronounced this defense of no  value, saying, lhat "tlie confessional does  nol lay up >n any man, priest or layman,  the obligal'on of suppressing knowledge  of crimes belig committed by third parties.'' General Ch.ift'c conllrmed the sentence of death impDsed by the court mar-  tlal whicli tried De Pos-.*iy, but commuted  the sentence to LO years'  Imprisonment at  NKW YORK, December in.���The sale*of-  a -slock exchange seat for f":i,000 is reported  to have Ijien made jcsteidav This Is the  highest ni ,<_e on record, the last Iwo sales  having been .{71,000.  II \KTK0R1J CITV, Indiana, December -��  ��� Fur threatens the enlne busines-. poi-  tion.nf l'Jaton, several miles south of here.  This city has been called on for assistance.  The only lire protection there is a chemical  entjiuo.  LONDON, December .19.���A dispatch to  the Central News from Cauo says Cecil  Rhodes, managing director of the British  South Africa Company, has suffered from  a heat .stroke .mul has abandoned his trip  lo Karloum and is hurrying to Cairo,  ST. PA ITI.,, December 19.���A Fargo, Nortli  ���Dakota _speclaI_to_the���Dlsp.itch-'-.uv" litis nol a crime to pass a United Stales Confederate bill on an unsuspecting Indian according to a decision rendered by judge  Amidon of tho United Stales., court in  what is known as che Parrott case"  WASHINGTON, D. C, December 19.-  Lord Pauncefote, the Uritish ambassador,  i- dally expecting notice from his government of Its approval and ratillcalicn of the  I i.iy-Pauncefule lioaly. As s'1011 as ho has  this, he will arrange wilh secretary flay  the dale .'ipon which tlie 11 mil exchange or  ratifications of the treaty shall lake plac ���  INDIANAPOLIS, Indiana, 'December 19,J-  It Is reported among friends of Mi.-;s  ���losoplilne lioliiian, liancoe of signor Alar  colli, that she will leave today for New  York In response to a telegram from him  It is also hinted thai the wedding will lulte  place while Miss llolman Ik in the east  Jlls.s l-iolinuii's mother resides in New York  l-ill-  . NKW YOl'.K. December 19.���According lo  Ilie London correspondent of lhe Journal  and Ailverliser lord .Marcus licrosford has  boen uppiiii.ied to manage the stable of  king liMtv'ni'il. lie will ilevole his en'.lie  lime an I alii'iiilan lo It. He will assume his  duties on January 1st, when tin- duke ol  |1c"nn��liliil. Ill'1 piesi nt (lueiloi. nuhes  The kings colors will be prominent in all  big ovenls lu  I'M.  LONDON. December 19.���Arthur Stopin-  iird Kr:>iicls. who until reeenlly had a number of weullhy and aristocratic friends,  was arrested this morning on a warrant  charging him wilh misappropriating .CSfiOn  of triisl funds belonging to the countess of  Orkney. Just prior to his arrest i-Vanei-  had aripeared In the bankruptcy .court,  where his'examination disclosed an Indebted ness of .C7.S,00U, with assets estimated at  .C I.0.00O.  BOSTON, December 19.���In the Emmanuel  church today Rev. Charles Hrent. D.D., of  St: 'Stephens church, this cily, v>ns consecrated as llr<t bishop of tlie Episcopal  church in ths Philippine islands. Klnvon  bkhi.ps and 110 of the lowur clergy participated. Th'! eonsc.ci'-iting bishop was  right .Iti'V. Willi im Croswell. clean bishop  of Albany, 'ind the attending bishops in-  cbidc'l right liev. Arthur Sweatman, lord  bii-hop of Toronto.  LONDON, December 19.���Tlie Associated  Press learn-; that the war oflice has come  into possession of a, cipher telegram purr  purling to hare heen sent by the Boer command:! nt, Delarey. stating that' he could  ������nt l.ol-i out long?r than January. According lo the correspondent of the Times at  Pretoria this morning.   Delarey is believed  10 be fr.rt/ miles northwest of KlerUsdorp  with about 100 men. The war olllce is taking a more hopeful view of the war thin  It has taken at any previous time.  NKW YORK. D.vombor 19.���it has borm  learned from an oillcial that one of the  inest important charges of a discriminative chnractor on grain passing through  mis port is aboiil to be abolished, or. at  any rale, materially modified, says the  .loiirn.'il of Commerce. This charge is the  arbitrary tax of 1 cent per bushel imposed  hy the i-iillroiirU on grain loaded direct on  to ste.anishlp:i from die railroad elevators.  11 Is what mav be termed an equalizing  charge, originally intended to protect the  floating* elevntar combinations.  SALINAS, California, December 19.���  The northern bound Sunset express No.  9 of tho Southern Pacinc, due to arrive  cat San Ardo at 12:50 a. ni., and the Sunset express No. JO, from San Francisco,  due to leave San Ardo at the same time,  were   in collision   this   morning.     The  trains are scheduled to pass at Uplands,  a few miles south   of  San  Ardo.   Tho  southbound   train   left   Salinas   seven  minutes late and  through  some error  met the northbound train head on, one-  half mile west of Uplands, between San *  Ardo and San Lucas,   rioth trains were  completely wrecked, the engines being  thrown from tlyj tracks and several'of.  tiie cars telescoped.    Train No. 9 was",  partly destroyed by fire.    It is reported"  that ten or twelve persons were killed-'  and fifty injured.   The southbound train*  was   crowded   with   passengers,   every'  seat being taken and some persons be- -  ing obliged to stand,    'unong these on  the  train -wer.e SO  discharged  soldiers  on their way east, and ....���= All-American. -  base ball team from the" east on their  way to Los Angeles. The track is completely blocked aud no trains can pass  the wreckage today.    The Sunset-limited and two  freight trains, are being -  held at Bradley.  The   train   dispatcher   at   San   Luis-  Obispo said the cause of the accidents  was  due to t.he failure of the north- -"  bound train to stop at Uplands to allow;,.  the other train to pass.   A special train  with  doctors  on  board has  been  sent  from here to the scene of the accident.,  The baggage "and chair cars of the north- -  bound train are said to have burned. .'-  SAN   FRANCISCO,    December   19.���--'���'  News of tbo collision between Southern   k  Pacific tiains at Uplands on the coast  road is very meager and conflicting. At -  first it was reported that at least ten ~  people were killed and fifty injured. <A'  passenger on one of the trains telephoned the Associated Press from San Louis  that only three were killed, a fireman  and   baggageman   and   his   helper, 'and  that four Italian laborers were injured,  none  of  them   fatally.    Later another  passenger wired that there were three  killed   and  30  injured,  many of them  fatally.    This dispatch is probably authentic.    General   manager Krutschnitt  of the  Southern   Pacific Company was  a passenger on the northbound train.  Night  Report.  SAN ARDO, California, December 19.  -Southern Pacific train No. 9 for San  Francisco, and No. 10 southbound, collided between here and Uplands about  1:30 o'clock this morning. The trains  were to meet at Uplands, but it is'claimed the air brake on No. 10 would not  hold and it crashed into No. 9 before  ^tlioJattei^train^could-be-stopped^smash-  ing both engines, two baggage cars and  one mail car into kihdling wood. The  cars took fire immediately and were destroyed. Some mail and express packages wero burned.  The killed are: Fireman Will Garland, San Francisco, jumped and was  caught under the engine; assistant express messenger, name unknown. Four  Italians, two brakemen, a fireman and  engineer Jack Coffey were injured. Several passengers were slightly injured in  tho chair car and smoking cars.  Considerable caslt was shipped on the  Wclls-Fargo cur. A safe containing tho  bullion is still in tho flames.' The loss  to the railway company is said to bo  about $10,000.  rSJiffiS'  '���&!��$  "KM  Fatal Gas Explosion.  PITTSBURG, December 19.���Ten men  wore burned to death and four injured  by an explosion of gas at tho Soho furnace of Jones   &   Liiughlin,   Limited,  Second avenue, near Hrady street, today.  The explosion  was caused by a slip iu  the furnace, the gas and ilames blazing  upward through the bell.   Tho men were  on  the furnace platform  S5  feet abovo  thc  ground.    There  wero 19  when  the  explosion    occurred,   and   15   of   them  were caught in the flames.   Two of them  escaped with slight injuries. The other  four were the regular men employed as  top fillers and escaped without, injury.  Tbe  explosion  was  caused  by the gas  becoming encased in a crust of cinder  forming at the bottom of the furnace.  A wheelbarrow containing ore had been  sent up to the men and when they went  to dump it into the bell of the furnace  they pushed it over too far and it rolled  into the hopper.    The barrow weighed  000 pounds and was too heavy for tho  four men to raise.   The fifteen laborers  were then sent up to assist them.   Had  it not been for the barrow accident, no  one would have been hurt, as the regular men knew how to protect themselves  at such times, as similar explosions are  of frequent occurrence.    When the ox-  plosion occurred burning heaps of cinders   settled   around    the  men  almost  knee deep.    Their shrieks were terrible  in their frantic   efforts   to save themselves.           PARIS, December 19.���Harry Dewindt  n'.d his companions, who will attempt to  reach New Yor kby traveling o\orland,  started this morning on their way to Beh-  rinif Straits.  I' TUG NEIJSOff TRT13UKK   FRIDAY  MORNJLVG, DECEMBER 2o I90t  li.  w ���  9  ii-- -  I Vs- -  i^  S i  rn* ��*��ti<a��  "nr ������'������  if-f ii-"T-aLTYTf VnT-i n- rviraa*  /)/7J��f. ^' ^; ^~" ^' '-S  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORKTED    1670,  ��� i��� K<Mh''S��'Wftm*���i  #  ii&  til  tito  HEADQUARTERS OF  SANTA CLAUS  THIS WILL BE THE  231st Christmas  Which this Company, whose business operations extend over half a continent, has assisted its Friends and  Customers to celebrate and enjoy, and this is the  FOURTH CENTURY  in which we have been doing business. Our long"  experience and our capital obviously give us an  immense advantage in supplying the best value  to our patrons. This year we have made special  efforts and have now a collection  of  CHRISTMAS GOODS  which cannot be surpassed in any city in Canada.  OUR DRY GOODS DEPARTMENT  is well   worthy   of  its   reputation,   and   is   replete  with articles suitable for  PRESENTS "FOR MENT, WOMEN"  AND CHILDREN.  No pains have been spared to decorate in honor  of ''Good Old Christmas" and an inspection will  please you as well as enable you to select exactly  What you want at  MOST REASONABLE PRICES.  We cannot commence   to enumerate,  but   would  draw, special attention to our  TOYS AND DOLLS  and to our Ladies' and Gentlemen's Ties,- which  we have in all shades, shapes and patterns* as  well as to our magnificient line of Handkerchiefs  in linen and silk, and of Gloves of every description,  including the Paris Price Kid Gloves and of  "Ladies' Blouses, etc. Every conceivable article  i ecessary or ornamental for Ladies' and Gentlemen's attire is here to choose from. There is  noth ng a women can wish for in the way of Dress  Goods that this Department cannot supply, and at a  saving. The very newest and most exquisite weaves  and colorings will We found in this vast collection,  and the quantity will astonish you as much as the  quality and little prices.  GROCERIES.  With Groceries  and   Eatables   quality   is  everything.     Price is a consideration,  but its importance  is second to that of quality.    You must have, the  finest and freshest foodstuffs ob ainable, -because it  is healthiest, because, in fact, in the long run it pays  'h-     be-;t.     Rut when you secure "top noich" quality at  WP- thc-m i n i m u m-reasonable-price,-noth i ng-more-ca n-be���".  Our New Show  Room for  TOYS  is now open  The public.are invited to inspect our immense stock of  Toys, Musical Instruments, Souvenirs and useful articles for  Christmas and New Year Gifts.  MORLEY & LAING  BAKKli STHK  T. NKLSuN. B. O.  SlioAi'ooins MtiSon & Hi 01 Piano 1.  ^v.0*'00'00'00'00*00'0*-00-00-00-0^7^.^7^,7^7^.^   *^\  00 .00 ,0& .00    00 .0*0 .00. 000.00. 0& .00 .00.0S0.00.0S0.00.000  ��lt^ ^��*-<&S0r jks, jgj^ jEte^gSfc* ��jf SE&r JSc ����&��*������ 30**-StS***- *83s0*S&f JOBS**' Sp^-qfe-  W>, ��� ,*t��. "*���� ���>����. -V��* ���>&��. ���>��*��� *��^ ��� <Qbt ��� <**��. ���>*������* ��� *^* ��� V^ ��� '<**, ���> Vo* ��� ^ ��� ^�����S{^  SUC3CKIPT10N   RATlfiS.  Daily  by  mall,  one mon 111 f  50  Daily  by mail,  three months...: 1 25  Dally  by mall, six months  2 50  Daily by mail, one year 5 00  Senn-weekly   by  mall,  three months...    51)  Semi-weekly by mail, six months 1 00  Semi-weekly  by  mail,  one .year 2 00  Postage  to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Display Advertisements run regularly  per  inch   per  month $4 00  It run less than a month, ptr inch per  in.sorilon         25  Classified Ad 1 and Legal Notices, per  word  for flrst insertion       1  For each additional insertion, per  word       i-2  -.Vholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month     60  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, per line  per month  ,     25  Addr��>s:i all lotters���  THK   TKim.TN.15   ASSOCIATION.   Ltd.  lohn Houston. Manager. Nelson, B. C.  ���f���I���X���:--J���f���I���I���I~l-il���J���f-   W^M^-H^H-i-  ���5* A  NOTrCTC TO  SUBSCRIBERS  BY   CARRIER.  �� v o  Tl  w  On Saturday next, subscribers  whose Tribunes are delivered by-  carrier will be expected to pay  the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week.  ���I..t..*e.4^..I..;..��..fr.;..-Mfr.fr.   .j���{..j���t^%4..j��4���j..j.^��.��^.  There aro only seven hotels.and res-  taurants and saloons in Nelson that employ Chinese .help, as against twenty  that employ white help exclusively.  Those that employ white help seem to  be getting along just as well- as those  that employ Cliinese, and surely the replacement of a half hundred Chinese by  wliites has done no damage to thb town.  'fi        Special   Novelties   in   Latest   New   York   Silk /}\  m "Waists and Silk Toffeta Dress Skirts. -.*  fix ��� fix  fa Just received the most up-to-date shades and yjy  $ styles in American Silk "Waists suitable for Xmas (f\  &��� trade, of "which we are making* special attraction of '#  �� for Monday and Tuesday next. m  ffjK    '        SEE OUR XMAS STOCK OP DOLLS, TOYS, ETC., AT PRICES AWAY DOWN. ty\  s  -=-- ��� m  36 Baker Btreet, Nelson.  '��-00-00'00-&'00-&-00-00-00-*g_'00-fSr'00  ��� 0S&r-0SS00 \  , 00 .00 .00 .  ��� 40&0 08K00 03&0  ��� ���<**. ���*���� ��� **������*. ���  r*z& 0ifj��r^ns. 0tes��r^ei�� -^a>^��t>- <^fii*^��u�� r^��^*s��  ��� 00 ��� j*0' 00' &0' 00 ' 00' 00 ' 00- 00* 00* ^  -*B> "<SB> .0S8& *020 *OU .  ��� 000 ' 00 ' 00 ' 00 - 00  %  ^  W.  w  wanted.      This  is the combination   you  obtain  at  these Siores���quality the highest, prices the lowest.  OUR CHRISTMAS SPECIALTIES  include a direct shipment of Peek, Frcan & Co.'s  Miscuits, Pascall's Sweets,  Rowntree's Confections,  Christirt's and McCormick's Kancv Biscuits, English    /jrj>  Plum Puddings, French Crystallized  l^ruits.    Gor-     .y.  ganzola, Roquefort and Engli.sh Stilton Cheese.  CROCK ERY, CHINA AND GLASSWARE  This department is very complete. �� Dinner Sets,  Tea Sets and Bedroom Sets in all qualities and at  all prices. We have a nice line of specially selected  "litile thing's" xcry suitable for presents, and a  choice colleciion of more expensive goods for the  same purpose. '  WINE AND LIQUOR DEPARTMENT  consists  of direct  importations  from   all   over the  world.  DEPEND UPON IT  we can assure you. Our liquors  of every dependance. For years  we have been selling Liquors,  and during this time we have built up a fortress of  confidence iri us and our lines which is"absolutely  unassailable. You run no risk in purchasing from  us. The quantity and variety of Liquors which you  can obtain here are larger than you could secure  elsewhere in Western Canada; so great, indeed, is  the variety that, we believe we can satisfy almost  any individual fancy in the way of Wines and  Liquors. The least you can do at any rate is to  give us a trial order and thus allow'us to demonstrate the advantage of trading with us.  PRICES EIGHT IN ALL LINES.  WATCH OUR WINDOWS  m  You may,  are worthy  and    years  m,  ^,P-Q*Q<3^-<5'^Q<^'Q^/:d'Q'^*^<^  ^r^.^*^*^.^.^*^*^'^*^'^*^*^*^.^  M  Alderman Selous has- surprised his  friends. The genial alderman from the  West ward was not supposed to know  anything at all about electricity except  what he was told by his friend, mayor  Fletcher, but ho was said to be exceedingly well posted on isolation hospitals.  However, there arc nothing but surprises in this world, and one of the surprises is that alderman Selous is really  an expert electrician and not an expert  on questions that pertain to the erection and operation of isolation hospitals.  One of.the arguments that was used  by mayor Fletcher and alderman Selous  when the late-lamented by-law was be-  =fore=the=people"^or^c^nsideWti��irrwas=  that.if the by-law was defeated the.  street cars would stop running. The bylaw was defeated. The street cars did  not stop running. Is it not strange that  this prediction of mayor Fletcher and  alderman Selous did not come to pass?  These two worthy officials are still in  the business of predicting. One predicts that the city could not sell $150,-  000 in debentures and thc other predicts  that if the debentures oould be sold city  engineer McCulloch could not build the  power plant for tho amount he estimates it would cost. The people are  getting a trifle tired of people who are  unwilling to tlo anything but make  "blue ruin" predictions. They want  men in oflice who will do things.  The interference   of  corporations   in  municipal elections have a tendency to  degrade and corrupt the electorate. The  West Kootenay   Power   &  Light   Company, Limited, of Rossland has not a  .dollar.invested in Nelson;  it has boycotted our merchants, because they were  unwilling to do its bidding.    It is not  seeking  an   eatrance  into   Nelson   for  ���.any,love it has for our-people. *It is  'seeking an entrance because its man-  agfement knows that there is money to  be made in supplying power and light  in a permanent and progressive town.  If there is money to be made in that,  way for the West Kootenay Power &  Light Company, it is hot unreasonable  to believe that there is money in it for  the City of Nelson, seeing that the city  in also in the business of selling power  and  light.    Money made by the West  Kootenay Power & Light Company goes  into the pockets of the few shareholders  of the company, none of whom reside  in Nelson.-  Money made by the City of  Nelson .wes   into the   pockets   of the  people who live in Nelson.  with much attention.   The railway projects, especially,  aro   receiving   careful  study here, as it is generally believed  that oh  their success  will  depend  the  future of Russia in her inevitable struggle   for    the   mastery    of   Asia.    The  Kreuz   Zietung   draws   attention   this  morning to the projected railway from  Tashkent to Orenburg, the flrst sod of  which has just been turned.    Judging  by the ceremony of turning the first sod,  at which the entire garrison of Tashkent was present, with th'e minister of  war and numerous generals, the railway  when* finished will serve iri the first instance" for   military   purposes.     Russia  will then possess- uninterrupted railway  communication' between   her   military  centers in Europe and the Afghan and  Persian frontiers.'   At the present time  any attempt to increase the body of- her  troops in Central Asia is attended with  the greatest difficulty, owing to the fact  that they  must  be  transported   across  the Caspian, and that means transport  wholly inadequate   for   an   emergency.  With    railway    communication  'direct  from Russia to Tashkent,  it will  be* a  comparatively   easy "matter   to   throw  huge bodies of troops, say on to Kushk.  Troops will   be able   to   proceed   from  Moscow to Kushk without the necessity  of ��� changing   carriages,    and    generals  operating there'could reckon on  regular enforcements.   Not only will the railway serve an important strategic purpose, it will be also important commercially.    Kirghiz  Steppe,   oh  which  the  railway "enters after leaving Orenburg,  swarms with cattle, horses, sheep, and  goats.    Gold and silver are also said to  exist there, and, more important, than  all,   thc   coalfields   aro  of  considerable  value.    Russia; with her latest railway  plans,   will   bring  her  Asiatic  possessions   nearer,   strengthen-her   political  power in Asia, open up new markets for  her industry, and make sensible progress  against England in thc struggle for supremacy in Asia.    The Kreuz Zeitung  is curious to know   whatJBngland^in-  "tends to do as a. cpunterstroke.    *  Effects of the Wyoming Storm.  CHEYENNE, Wyoming, Decembor 19.  The   Union    Pacific,    the    Colorado   &  Southern   (north)  and   the   Burlington  (eastward)  are practically at a standstill as a result of the present storm in  Wyoming and Nebraska.    AU trains on  the'Union Pacific are compelled to spend  hours in snowdrifts waiting,for the rotary plow to make openings so they can  pass through, and to make matters worse  a Union Pacific rotary plow puslicd-by  two  big compound  engines slashed  its  way to rear of train for Sherman. Thc  wreckage caught lire and a caboose and  nine  tourist  cars  were completely  destroyed.   The work of clearing the track  is slow and tho blockade may last for  an indefinite period.    On  the Colorado  & Southern, 21 miles north of Cheyenne,  a passenger train was derailed.   The accident, has completely tied up trafiic on  that branch.    No trains have come in  over the Burlington  branch from Hol-  derbridge for two days.   A drift derailed  an engine about 100 miles east of Cheyenne and the wreckers have not yet succeeded in getting it back upon the rails.  In addition the branch is now snowbound  for a stretch of more than 50 miles.  from American residents here. He represented himself as a Cincinnatian, as  a former employee ot senator Foraker  and as a friend of John McLain, clerk  of the Republican national committee,  and said, he was here for his health.  Marshall obtained opportunities to  swindle by showing letters written on  thc stationery of the United States legation. It is believed Marshall is au  international swindler engaged in  "working" various European capitals.  National Bank Resumes. ,  .   BALLSTON, New York,' December i9.  ���The First National Bank resumed  business today after suspension for sixteen- days with thc teller's vacancy  filled.  " CLASSIFIED ADS..          _ARTICLES_FOR SALE.  SIEVING ' MACHINI0S   Ol''  ALL   KIN'US  for Kiilu or rent fit Uie Old Curiosity Shop.  FOR    SAI715��� BLACKSMITHS'    TOOLS  Apply to .Benjamin  l'\  NcMbitt,  lirie, Jl. O.  ' KOR RUNT���On Mill St reel, three larsrc  rooniK, wilh line of batli. ?U). Apply or nrl-  Jrcss. Tribune oflico.  NOTICES  QF  MEETINGS.  imATERNAL^^C^TlES.   K'OOTidNAV Tli'K'l' NO. V. IO O. T. il.���  Regular wei'lingH iirm nnd ihiril Tluirs-  cln.C.-; <jf eaeh month. Visiting Sir KniKhts  are cordially invited lo aueml. JJr. W.  Jio.se, K. K..; A. w. J'lii-dy, com.; O. A.  Brown, 1*. C.  /0*l  NKLSON LOUG 10. NO. M, A. J'\ &  (.���iveli month. Sojourning: brethren  A. M., meets second Wednesday in  invited.  NKLSON AKRIW, NO. 22, V. O. li.���  Jleots second' and fourth Wednesday of  each month at K-rntornity Unit. George  Bartlett, prosidont; J. V. Morrison, secre-  tary. - ^y.   NELSON ROYAL ARCH OlIABTUH NO.  !2:j, G. li. C'.���Areola third Wednesday. Sojourning companions invited. Charles G.  Rlill.'j, Vj.\ Thomas J.  Sims, S. K.  FOR   RENT.  VO". KiJiN'T ��� !CijjliL-ioom hous^, Willi  linlh. -.hi Alill sli-o-jt. between Ilall and  Jloiulryx   Apply .it  promises. Mrs. A. JMnu-  VOll RUNT���A LAKtJIO I.'UIINISI 1101.")  room; centrally located; modern conveniences. Apply A, Tribune Oflice.   ; LOST.   TjOst-'A sjirinEf scale for an ico wagon.  Return to Nolson Ice Company and get  n.-.vard.  WHOLESALE DIEECTORX      ASSAYERS^ SUPPLIES. __ _  "W. F. TEETZEL & CO.���COKN.ICR OV  J.-talcer' and Josophino Streets, Nolson,  wholosale dealers in assayers' supplies.'  Agents for 'Denver Firo Clay Company.   : ET^CTRFCAL^UPPLIES.   ' KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUI-'RLY ik  Construction Company���Wholesale dealers  iii telephones, .'iniiunelators, Dolls, batteries, electric lixltircs and appliances. Houston Block', Nelson.  TRADES ANDJ-jABOR- UNIONS.  - MINERS' UNION, NO TO. W.'K of M.���  Moots in Minors' Union Mall, northwest  oornor of Baker and Stanley Streets, every  Saturday ovoning at S o'clock. Visiting  lnombors welcome. J. Jt. McPherson, prosl-  ileni: James Wilks, secretary. Union scale  of wages for Nelson district per shift: Machine mun yiJ.aO, -liaiunicrsnicn SiS.&V muckers, cannon, shovelers, and other under-'  ground  laborers .**..'}.  BAltDERB' UNION. NO. J'J:', OE TIIE  International Journeymen Harbors'- Union  of America," meets first and liiird Mondays  of each inonlli in Miners' Union Ilall at  S>:.".0 sharp. Visiting members invited." R.  McMahon, president; J. 1-1. Matheson, sec- |  rotary-treasurer; J. C. Gardiner, recording  secretary.  LAUNDRY       - WORKERS" UNION ���  Moots at Minors' Union .Ilall on fourth  Monday in every month at 7:;I0 o'clock p.  m. IJ. JJape, president; A. W. McKoo, secretary.  CARPENTJ-JRS' UNION MEETS WI0U-  uesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  iu "Miners' Union Hall. John Burns, sr.,  president,. William  Kaynard,  secretary.  J"* A INTERS' UNION MEETS THE MUST  and third Fridays in each month at Miners'  Union Jlall at 7::i0 sharp. Walter li. Kee,  president; Henry Bonnott, secrotary.  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE OO.  ���*���*���**���*���*���*���*���*���*���*���***.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.  Coffea Roasters  Dealers in fea antj Coffee  ���*���***���* * ���*���*���**���*���* *.**. *���*.*.*���*���*. **.*:  Wo aro offering ar, lowcyt pricos the host)  grades o Coylon, Iudini China and Japan  Teiie.  Our Hesf*, Mocha and Java Coffee, por  pound $ 'to  Mochr. and Java Mlend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Ulond Cofl'ee, 4 pounds  1 00  Spocial F.:.ond CoiTco, 6 pounds ....:.. 1 GO  Rio Blond Coffee, (i pounds  1 00  Spocial Blend Ceylon Toa, per pound SO  A TRIAL ORBEfl SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telophono 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  ___^FRSI-r_AND SALTJ1BATS.   P. ItURNS .t CO.T HA K10 li STJtEET.  Nelson, wholesale dealers lu fresh and  cured meats. Cold storage.  GROCR1KS.  K00TENA~Y*'SUI,J,LY Colvi IMfr Y, LLYt-  Itud, Vernon Street, Nolson, wholesalo  grocers. '  JOHN CHOLDITCH & CO. ��� "FRONT  Street, Nelson, wholesale grocors.  20  Oermaiy Nf-w Waiting Up  BERLIN, December   19.���The   recent  developments of Russian power in Central Asia are being followed in Germany  Further Decline in Copper.  NEW YORK, December 19.���-A further reduction in the price of copper  of one cent was announced by the United  Metals Selling Company, the selling  agents of 'the Amalgamated Copper  Company today. This brings the price  for lake copper from 13 cents for elec-  troylite to 12 7-8 cents, and for castings to 12 1-2 cents. The reduction  from the price long held by the Amalgamated Copper Com puny is thus about  four cents on all grades. The cut in  copper was without effect on the stock  market except that the trading in  amalgamated copper fell away to almost nothing, but the price rose a fraction over last night for the flrst time  during the day.  American Swindler Abroad.  BERLIN, December 19.���The police  of this city are seeking for a young  American calling himself Harry Marshall, who disappeared from Berlin  Tuesday night. Marshall obtained several thousand marks in cash and jewelry  A. MACDONALD & CO.���CORNER OE  front and Hall Streots, Nelson, wholosalo  grocers and jobbers in blankets, gloves,  milts, boots, rubbers, macklnaws, and miners' sundries.  J. Y. CltiEFfN & C���FRONT STR131ST,  Nolson, wholesalo dealers in provisions,  cured meats, butter and eggs.  ^^WI^S^NDJDRY GOODS:  TURNER, BISJflTON & CO.���CORNER  Vernon and Josephine Streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers . in liciuors, cigars, and  dry goods. Agonts for Pabst Brewing Company of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing  Company of Calgary.  COOKS' AND WAITERS' UNfON, NO.  Ill,- W. J... U., meets at Miners' Union Hall  second and last Tuesdays in each month at  !;:''U p. in. sharp. A. M. Sloan, president; .T.  1J. Porrost.ell. .secretary; 1-1. M. Fortler, iln-  ancial secretary.  PLASTERERS' UNION MJflBTS��KVjaRY  Monday evening in the Elliot Block.'nt S  o'clock. J. O. Moyer, president; William  Vice, socretary.   V. O. 'Box 1U1.  Purity in Prescriptions.  . You'll appreciate the value of pure prescriptions.  Impure prescriptions are dangerous. We take special  care in compounding and use only the purest drugs.  A COMPLETE LINE OF  Front Door3  Inside Doors  Screen Boors  Windows  Inside Finish  -,        local and ooast.  Flooring  local and. ccaotu  Newel PofltB--  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of all klttdH  V0 WHAT TOU WANT 18 NOT IN STOCK  WK WIM, MAXB IT FOR TOU  OALh AND GKT PK1CK8.  award  BUSINESS DISEOTOBT.  '    __ CHOP  HOUSE.    FIONJSKR vjI-JOP J'.OUSE, JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  J-t i ��� ir Sire i Nel.son. Open day and nlg-ht.  J-iUiu.��� es a specialty. Traveling- parties supplied on shortest notice.   *_ ^mCHITECTS^  A.   C.   EWART.   ARCHITECT��� ROOM   3,  Aberdeen Rlock, Raker Street, Nelson.  We handle a complete lino cf  FROST KING     j  Chamois Vests fer Mon and Boys, made of  chamois lined with Ilannel.    ;  '  FROST QUEEIf1  Chamois Vests for Women and,Girls, mado of  chamois covered with French flannel. .  Perfect "protection against cold and sudden  changes���against coughs, colds, pneumonia, r.:iU ill  chest and lung troubles. Just tho thing Lr children -  going to'school.   Price, $3 .oo.  Children's sizes, $2.00.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  IC.-W..C. Blook.       Corner Ward and Baker SU  DRAYAGE.  l-'URNITURW, FiAiN'OS, SAf'JOS, ETC.,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Pressor's Second Hand Store, Ward Street.  FURNITURE.  D. ,T. ROBERTSON & CO.. EIJitN ITU UK  dealers, undertalcers, and embalmers. Day  'phono No. X'Jl, night 'phono No. Zifi. Next  '-"nv nostofllce building, Vernon Street,  Nelson.  Tui.Kl'IIONK 115  OBDER YOUR  TlCLEl'IIO.VK 35  FROM  NELSON FREIGHTING AND TRAMSFES CO,  AKTHR ��XI TE ^KD &0SLYN  ALWAYS ON HAND  Ofllce: Baker Street-,  halt AN*n r./inie stiikkts. ti_.is.nn  fcfc *** *.*.*.*���*.**.**.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.*$-  .$ -<|  $      OK     COUItSR    VOU    W.WT    THE     BEST.      m  $ TIIK.V   GO   TO jft  I  ARTHUR    QEE*  (1/    in Tromont Block.   Ho will suit you.    i(\  ��^    Largo stock of imported season's goods.    W  '%r��� : J?  *7*****-.*-****-*-**-***-***-9-*-*x?*  ���  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal. Imperial Oil'  t-OKirany. Washington Brick, Lime & Maim'  factui ing Company. Qeneral commercial agents  and brokers.  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery  TKLjcpHONu; 147.   Office 184 Baker St.  tpixt.unucixixxiiiiiinxiiiiiiijaxxxijmtixxxixrrarxi  THEO MADSON  MANUKACTUBKB OP  I TENTS AP AWNINGS  M  H   P. O. Box 70 NELSON,  B. O.  Stixxi[ixmirtntrr*rxt-ti:riitiiiiirixi��:tTrr.:iii:nxixf  NEWLING & GO.  AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ETC.  Kootonay Streot. noxt door to Oddfellows' Ha 1  P. O. Box 633 NELSON, B.C. THE  NELSON TRIBUTE,  FRIDAY  MOKMKG<  DECEMBER 20   1901  �����������  m  m  si i'  -~VCi_  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid np....$12,000,000.00  REST.."! :....���   7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Uoyai ...President  Hon. Gaorgo A. Drummond Vine-President  K. S. CloiMton Gonoral Manager  NKLSON BHANOH  Coruor JBalcrr and Kootonaj' Streets.  A. H. BUCBANAN, Manager.  tranches in London (England) Nkw York,  Ouicaoo, and all tho principal cities In Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling JBxchaugo and Cable  Transfers. ���       .     .   _    ...  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credltw,  ivailublo in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued. Collections Mado, Eto.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  ���WITH WHICH IS AMALOAMATBD  THE BANK  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HKAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,       -      -     -      $8 000,000  Reberve Fund.       ���     -     -     -   $3,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER 365,000,000.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  President.  B   E. Walker,  General Manager  London Ofllco,-60 Lombard Streot, El. O.  New York Olllco, ia   .Exchange   Place.  aud iii Branches in Canada and the  United States.  Saving's Bank Branch  GUKIUCNT RATK OP INTKKKST PAID.  LECISLATIMQ FOR FILIPINOS  Congress Labors Witli the Subject  WASHINGTON, December IS.���The bill to  provide revenue temporarily for Hie Philippine Islands pa.s.sed Ihe house today by a  vote of 1K1 to 12S. In the course ol" the debate today the Democrats were several  limes Intuited with their failure to present  an alternative proposition for the pending:  measuio, but just before the vote was  taken on tho passage of the bill, the attitude of the minority was defined in a motion to recommit, offered by Mr. Richardson, the minority leader. The proposition  did not command a Republican vote and  three Louisiana Democrats voted against  it.  The bill passed today imposes the Ding-  lev rate on goods entering the Philippines  from tho United Slates, lt also provides for  tho collection of tonnage taxes on vessels  plying between the United States and thc  Philippines and that foreign vessels may  ply betwen these ports until January 1st,  1903. .The dtitloK and taxes collected under  the provisions of the bill shall go into the  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed  ou  doposits.    Presont rate  three per cent.  GRANGE  V. HOLT,  Muniwor Nelson liranch.  Philippine treasury to be expended for tho  use and benetit of the islands.  Provision for :i permanent civil government and for much important legislation  legarding   thc   industrial   development   of  - �����    -  t.iiii.ii.iled  ln   rhe annual  report cf tho Philippine commission.  II is declared by the commission that outside of live provinces there is peace in the  Philippines. Taking up the question of the  political future of thc Philippines, it is. declared lhat the theory on which the commission is proceeding is that the only possible method uf instructing the Philippine  people in methods of free institutions and  self government is to make a government  partly of Americans and partly of Pili-  plnos, with ultimate control in American  hands, for some time to come. Less than  10 per cent,of the people speak Spanish and  the educated people under the influence of  Si).ini.-:h teaching have but a faint conception" of civil liberty and the mutual selC-  lestrnint required for its maintenance. The  commission have already, however, established municipal suffrage in the pacified  parts of the islands and have limited the  suffrage lo those who can read and write  Hnglish or Spanish or who own property of  the Miluc of *$230 or have been municipal  oflicers.  Thc commission outlines a project which  in brief contemplates tho continuance for  two  years  ot"  the   existing  powers  of  tho  IMPERIAL BANK  Capital (paid up)  Rest       -       -  $2,500,000  $ 1,860,000  HKAD  OFFICK. TORONTO, ONTARIO.  Branches in Northwest Territories, Provinces of  British *. olumbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.  H. 3. HOWLAND PitOBldent.  I). R. WILKIK Uonoral Manager.  B. HAY Inspeotor.  NELSON   BRANCH,  BURNS BLOCK.  A general banking business transacted.  Savings Department,���Deposits received and  interest allowed.  Drafts i-old, available in all part of Canada,  United States and ituropo.  Special attention given to eollec    ns.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  commission. Then a representative government is to be formed, composed ol civil  governor, u legislative council and popular  assembly, the powers bt' the latter being  closely' limited so as to prevent it from  oJifcking the government in making thc  budget in fits of passion orrthrough inox-  :>erionoc.         A Meteorite From the Shah.  NEW YORK", December IS.���In one of tbe  cases in thc geological hall of the American  Museum of Natural History has been do-'  posited a piece of tho famous meteorite  known as the Veramiit stone. It weighs  ���about two and one-lit'th pounds, and professor Whitfield curator of the geological  section, says that It Is worth considerably  more than its'weight In purest gold.  Other fragments of the meteorite arc  in several of the museums in liiuropc. but  none that is more than one-third as largo  as that now here. It is the property of  professor Ilonry A. Ward, who, in the current number of the American Journal of-  Science, details how it came Into his possession and gn es an interesting description of the original meteorite from which  it was cut.  The shah of Persia is the owner- of thc  .Veramin meteorite, and it occupies a con-  f-p'cuous place in' his -palace at Teheran.  It is mounted in a long hall of the palace  2?  ���*0   00' 40 ' 00'00' 00+)ilp,*+.'**.'***.���  000 .00.0E0 . 0S0 .00. 00 .00 ..  ��&*'<&0"&0' *&*��� &O0- ^j>^<s&-!  =a  ��  m  Hurry  Up  for  Christmas  Gifts  ENGRAVING   FREE   OF   CHARGE  For engraving, first come, first served.  Don't delay. Our goods are here from tbe  manufacturers and you shall have our prompt  attention. All goods are guaranteed for  quality and prices as reasonable as you'can  buy in the East.  Diamonds  Watches  Brooches  Rings  Chains  Scarf Pins  Lockets .  Karn Pianos  Sewing Machines  Lamps'  Electric Statues  Onyx and Brass Tables  Jardiniere Stands  Finders  Mail   orders   receive   our   prompt  and  careful attention.  m.  i  aie in  CLOSING  OUT ANNOUNCEMENT  ��� Martin O'Reilly & Co. in making their closing out announcement, and beg to tender their thanks to  their many friends ami customers for past patronage during the-time they have been in business in Nelson. We propose giving tho public generally, a life's opportunity iri buying Dry Goods at prices never  before approached iu the Kootenays or elsewhere. During the past week our store.has presented a very  lively appearance and wc feel satisfied that our .many customers went away highly pleased with their .bargains. The startling reductions in every department has beeu the means of greatly reducing our.stock, but  we still have au enormous stock of,goods to sell. And if price breaking can do it, another week will see our  fixtures with considerably less goods on them.  t'k.  A most extensive line of Cut Glass just  received from Belgium, Arc Clay goods from  Austria, and Carving Sets, Pearl Handled  Fish Sets, Cake Sets, Fruit Knives, etc., etc.,  from Sheffield, England. -s  QUI and inspect our stock bofore buying  elsewhere.  Links  Bracelets  Toilet Sets  Baby Sets  Brushes   ''  Military Sets  Jewel Casss  Fire  Irons  Jardinieres and Vases  Manicure Pets  Sterling Novelties  Silver Mounted Whisks  Toilet Bottles  Etc., Etc., Etc.  All repairing guaranteed.  Jacob Dover,  C. P. R. Time Inspector  "The Jeweler.  NELSON, B.C.  �����  V**  m  (���V  torn,  m  HOSIERY  AND   KNIT   UNDER-  TVEAR.  17 dozen black wool. Hose in sizes  81, 0 and 9.1, were 35 cents, now 25.  Children's plain and ribbed hose,  just the thing for school wear, at  20 and 25 cents per pair.  Children's knit vests and drawers,  n white and grey, all sizes, from  25 cents up.  A very special Hue in women's  vests, in white only.    A^jvyell^fin^  ished garment.    They were So cents,  now 50 cents.     "  Our  leader   in   grey   and  white  vests that were 90 cents, now 85  cents.  A limited number of ladies' combinations are out for this sale at  75, cents.  KID GLOVES.  We still heve a fairly good assortment of shades in Perrin's Famous Gloves. Those that were  $1 25, now 90 cents. Our best make  $1.50, uow $1.10.  CORSETS,  GIRDLES   AND COR  SET WAISTS.  The 75c quality, now 40 cents.  The.$1.00 quality, now 60 cents.  The $1.25 quality, now 85 cents. ���  The $1.50 quality, now $1.10. '  A full line of D. & A. corsets in  better grades are all reduced on a  similar basis.  Children's corset waists that are  sold everywhere at 75 and 90 cents,  are now selling for 50 cents.  ==-We-have-a-snap-in-two-or"three"  dozen mens' boiled shirts, size 16,  16 1-2 and 17,  worth from $1   to  $1.25, now 25 cents.  eilly &  CLEARING OUT SALE  DRESS SKIRTS IN BLACK AND  NAVF.  Just two or three of these black  and navy dressy skirts that were  $7 50, uow $4.75.  Our $5.50 and $0.50 black creponne skirts are now marked$3.75  and $4.50.  We have quite a few tailor made  suits still left and as we have.no  intention of taking them wifch us  we have re-marked them as follows:  Suits that were $10 now $5.  Suits that were $15 now $8.  The better suits are marked away  djtvu  GO THEF MUST.  WOMENS' RAIN COATS.  ALL-SIZES.  Rain coats that were $7 now  $4 90.  Rain coats (Raglan) that were  $12 now $7.    '  Here's a snap we came near missing.  A lot of children's jackets in navy  and navy corded in cardinal and  white that were $5.50 going at $2.  Also four or five others that were  $4.50 are now $1.50.  DRESS DEPARTMENT.  There are several dress patterns  in lengths of 6 yards that were  $4.50 are now $2.25.  Every piece of dress goods is  marked to'sell.  A lot bf figured black and fancy  dress goods that were 75 cents now  40 cents.  DOMESTIC DEPARTMENT.  Towels, quilts prints, sheeting,  pillow, cotton and comforters are  away down to rock-bottom prices  which will appeal to every thrifty  housewife.  Ribbons, laces and embroideries  have come in for their share of price  cutting. And all kinds of small  wares and trimmings will be given  special attention.  illy & Co  CLEARING OUT SALE  and bears a label, with a Persian Inscription, describing: its fall, whicli occurred,  according to- our calendar, in May, 1SS0.  As a special favor the shah grunted professor Ward an audience whon he Jour-  nuvetl there and save him permission to cut  ufif a norlion of the meteorite lor himself,  and also to photograph and weigh it. He  found it to weigh 113% pounds, una. to be  about sixteen inches long, twelve inches  wide and from seven to eight inches uncle,  "and shaned like an oblong loaf.  The Veramin stone, so called from the  name of,a plain east of Teheran, is one ol  only four meteorites, which. have been  found  after they  have been  seen  to-.fall.  I'rofcssor AVood was anxious to cut oil  the piece the stone had vouchsafed him  before that-autocrat had time to change  his mind. He had no diamond saw, however," nor other tools adapted for cutting  (������o hard a substance. Tho stone was taken  to the Teheran arsenal, therefore, . and a  machine planer was uscu- for the purpose,  twelvo natives taking two nights and onto  day to supply the necessary motive power  to do the cutting. " ,.���.,.  Analvsis of fragments oi the meteorite  shows "that it contains -12.3 per cent mineral and 57.7 per.cent metal, the metallic  analvsls showing MM per cent iron, U.ln>  pnr cent nickel, 0.73 cobalt, 0.10 phosphorus  and .0.15 sulphur.     ; "    -���-���  Bank Messenger Missing.  NEW" YORK, December IS.���The Brooklyn dotectivo department reported today  that a request had beeu received io search-  for Albert Avrcs, a messenger of tho Union  Bank, Brooklyn, who disappeared yesterday. The ofllciols.of thc bank sav he failed  to turn in $2000 in gold.coin collected by  him yesterday.         Fall of a Passenger Elevator.  ST. LOUIS, December IS.���Ono was killed  and seven Injured bv a fall of ilrj passenger elevator In the departmental store of  Sehaper Bros. The drop was from the  fourth floor to. the basement. It is not  known what caused the accident.  Roberts Will Soon Retire.  LONDON, December IS.���Vanity Fair  says it hoars on excellent authority that  lord Roberts, commander-In-chlef of the  forces, contemplates leaving the war  ofllce in April and that he will be succeeded  by the duke of Connaught.  " SEAGRAM"-  THE LEADING CANADIAN WHISKEY  TRY IT  IN BULK, 2,*4, and 7 years old.  IN CASES, '83 and Star.  Delivered from the warehouse in Nelson  R. P. EITHET & 00., LTD.  VICTORIA, B. C.  A. B. GRAY,  Kootenay Representative.  P. O. BOX 621. NELSON, B. C.  W. P. TIERNEY  Tolephono 265.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Offlee:   Two Doors West C. P. R. Offlee  NOTICE  TO OUR CUSTOMERS: /  Owing to our large losses on collections  during tho past year and determining to  treat all alike hereafter, we havo Instructed  our driver.* to allow no credit on and after  January 1st, 1!W2. Hoping you will recognize the justness of the change, wo remain,  jour obedient servants,  KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY.  Nelson, December 17th, 1901.  Nonor.  Io tho ma' ter of an application for a duplicate  of a Certificate of 'I itlo to an undivided half o  Ijot 12, Blook 11 in tlio Town of Nelson.  Notice U herehy given that it U my intention  to issue at I ho expiration of one month from tlio  flrst publi* n-t.ton hereof a duplicate of the Ccrtifl-  catu or Titlo to Iho abovo tnonlionctl undivided  half of Lot 12. Block 11 in tho Town of Nelson in  tho nanio of Joseph llelhoiington Ilowcc, which  Certificate is dated tho Sth day of November,  1S!>7, and numbered lfltic.    H. F. MACLEOD.  Land Rn8iBtry_0mcp._*; DUtrict Registrar.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKER   STREET.   NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Largo comfortable bedrooms and flrst-  class dining room. Sample roomd for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  IVJrs. E. C, Clarke, Prop.  Late of the Eoyal Hotel, Calgary  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  fyadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets,  Nelson. '  The only hotel ln Nelson that has remained under one management since 1890.  The bed-roome are well furnished and  lighted by electricity.  The bar. Is always stocKea Dy the best  domestic and imported liquors and cigars.  i THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  Bartlett    House  ���   Formerly Clarke Hotel.  The Best $1 per Day House In Nelson.  None but whito help employed.   Tho bar tho  best.    G. W. BARTLETT, Proprietor  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  JT. H. McMANUS, M-V-axer.  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First claaa tabla board.  HOTEL   BOSSLATO.  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best dollar a _day_  hrouseln town. Housed md furniture new  and flrst class In every respect. Lighted  by gas. Room and board $5 to ?6 per  week. No Chinese employed here.  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN. Proprietor.  NOTICE ~  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.    Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,  Kaslo, Yinir,  Sandon,  Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, PerguaoD  Grand Forks, Green wood,. Cascade Oity, Mid -  . way, and Vancouver. * -  r$.i  ��$ 4,  /fa4Aj*Jhs ��   *$* <%*-**  fea*iix4<l  .^L&AS      4t/^L44\y  mis.  To the Public and Union Men:  Tho Trades and Labor Council of the City of  NcIkoii have declared nil Hotels, KeslJiiirantH  und Saloons employing Chinese in or around Ilie  promises unfair lo organized labor.  The following do not employ Chinese in such  capacity:  VICTORIA -TfOTKL  OLAKKK TIOTKI/    ���  . TKKMONT HOTICr,  MADDK.V irOTKI;  SiriCRHUOOICK HOTKL  OUAVjrOKNTItAI/ HOTKL  LAKK VIKW HOTKL  no.S.SLANO HOTKL  GUANO HOTKL  KLOX'OYICIO HOTKL  .IOILV SPKAK  l>KL*MONTlf'0 HKSTA UllANT  MANHATTAN SALOON  JIODKOA SALOON  GLUK POT SALOON  CLUH HOTKL  IMPKRIAL RKSTAUUANT  KOOTKNAY 1IOTKL"   ���  IMPKRIAL SALOOV  LAPOINTK'S HOTKL  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBBWBBS-AND BOTTLERS OV -  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular delivery to the trade.  BREWERY  AT -NELSON  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT   THB   MANHATTAN.  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT   THE   MANHATTAN.  The   Manhattan  JOSKPHINK STRKKT  ALL THE BE8T BRAND8  LIQUOR8  AND  CIGAR8.  NOTICE  The undersigned has resumed proprietorship of the blacksmith business  formerly carried on by me and lately  carried on by R. B. Reiley, in the premises on Hall street near corner of Baker  Btreet All accounts due R B. Reiley  are payable to me.  _H.D. ASHCROFT.  tic  W  ^ 1  SHAMROCK   II  Did   not  win  the  yacht   race,   but  LIPTON'S TEAS ARE SURE WINNERS  WE  HAVE THEM  Red Label Ceylon, 50c pound package.  Yellow Label Ceylon, 75c pound package.  People who drink green tea ought to try our Regal  Brand uncolored Japan It is the best on the market.   Pound package 50c.  We also carry Spider Leg and Gunpowder Tea.  Telephone 134  Nelson. B. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  ������ '��� t-1 d  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  , ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLES.* LK AND KKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K, W. 0 BLOCK  WARD STREET  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  TREMONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKER STRKKT, NKLSON  /\MERICAf< AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 25 Cents to 91  HEAL ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE BROKERS  Agents   for   Trout   Lako    Addition  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park  Anrt J. & J. Taylor safes.  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's time without interest  Ward Bros.  IMPEBIAL BBEWING COMPANY  KMIOnsON & KEISTKKKIt.  BREWERS OF THE BEST  LAGER BEER  STEAM BEER  AND PORTER  When you want tfie?Bestirask for  a^ji-jS^s?^;^ - ������*-�����  ���an~r-mnMTNiiwnn t, >' n'l-i n ir>*rinmr  THE "NELSON TRIBUTE   FRIDAT   MORNING,  DECEMBER  20, 1901  &*** ***��� *** **���*��� *** *************** *************** *.**:****&  I    IN MAKING YOUR CHOICE OF CHRISTMAS PRESENTS DO flOT OVEIJtOOK  - THE FACT THAT WE CARRY THE LATEST LINES OF  tli  '*  m  m  ik  Hi  tii  di  Oi  Oi  \t>  *  Ui  Ui  W  tk  Ui  Ui  Uf  Oi  Ur  Ui  PERFUMERY  From  all   the    best   makers,  also   Hair   Brushes,   Clothes  Brushes, Hat Brushes, Milhtary Hair Brushes and  numerous other kinds, made with genuine bristle and with either-  Ebony, Wood or Ivory backs.  A fine line of Ebony  backed   Hand   Mirrors  which  we  are offering at very reasonable prices.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  RAILWAY TIME TABLE  CANADIAN PACIFIC SYSTEM  1.K.IVIJ  5 II. 111.  Daily.  CHOW'S NKST HAILWAY  Kuskonook, Ci'uston, Movie,  Cruiihrool-;, iWurysville, hVi-t  .Steele, Klko, h'erniu. Jlichcl,  Hlaii'iiim-e, Kriink, Miieleod,  LutltbriilKi), \1 iiiniiie^*, and  nil KuBtern puniu.  ���1 p. in.  Daily.  -944 ****** 449444:444944494 444444444449499994449******#  &  0:40 p. ni.  Daily  6:10 p. in.  Daily  8 a. in.  8 a. m.  COLUiMHIA& KOOTKNAY  KAIL WAY  Itobson, Nakusp, Arrowhead,  itovelstoko.ana all points cast  ami wuriton U.I'.U. main lino,  Itobson, Trail und KoKslund,  ^Hobson, Cascade, Grand  Korka, PluBiiix, Circonwood  and Midway.  (Duily except Sunday)  Itobson, Trail and Itossland.  (I laily oxeopt Sunday)  AHKIVK  10:10 p.m.  Dally  10:10 p.m.  Daily  10:10 p.m.  11:35 a.m.  CHRISTMAS PUDDING  We have the best stock of peel and Christmas  fruits in the city. Everything tresh. This season's  l^mon, orange and citron peel, cleaned currants  and raisins.  LEAVE  10 a. 111.  SLOGAN WVER KAILW'Y  Slocan City,,Silverton, Now  Denver. Threo Porks. Sandon  (Daily except Sunday)  ARBIVK  3:10 p. m.  Houston Block  Neison, B C  J. A. IRVING & CO.  IP BROWN SOLD IT IT'S GOOD  I.KAVK  4 ii. in.  4 p. m.  KOOTENAY   LAKE  STJiAMBOATS  Balfour, Pilot Hay. Ainsworth  Kaslo und all Way Landings.  (Duily except Wunduy)  Lardo mid nil points on (lie  Lardo **> Trout Lako tlruncli.  ('I uesda.x s, Thursdays and  UatunUos.) ���  AKHIVK  11 a. in,  11 a. in  GREAT northern system.  PEARL GOODS  m  The Pearl   is   at   present  the   most fashionable gem  "The Smart Set "and are always in good taste.  We are showing some beautiful creations in brooches  and scarf pins combined with Opals and other stones.  Don't forget our workshop for prompt and efficient service. Watch repairing, jewelry ma.e to order, repaired or  remodeled, and  engraving.  BROWN BROTHERS  JEWELERS ���  I.F.AXk  Dopot  \l.Mi a.m  JMoiuiL'ii-  lotfoii.m  Dailj.  NELSON  &  KORT  SIIE1'-  l'AUD   ItAlLWAi  Ymir, Salmo, Krio.- Waneta,  \orthpurt, Uossliiud, Col villi:  i6iid Spxkune.  vliiking through connections  at Spokune to the south,  oast and west.  AKHIVH  Depot.  (l:l.> p.m.  Aloiint'in  1:511 p. in.  Daily  LKAVK  Kaslo  7 u in.  NclhOll  C'OO p.m.  -Daily  KOOTENAY LAKE  STEAJlbOATS  Balfour, PilotHay, Ainswortl-  Uii3lo und all \\ ay Lundingb  AllKIVE  J< aslu  ���-t:?0 u. in.  Nolson  :*i.-;*0a.m.  D.iih'  Toronto, where he joined the arniv. Ho is  no'v chuncclloi- und second in ooininaniJ ui'  the ariny In tho marilimo provinces, with  li(-iid(|ii:irtci'.s ut St. John.  A certilicate of work was issued I'rojn tho  NY-lnon... record olllce ycHlenlav to b\ J.  O'lsoiliy, with reispect to tlie Iron Aye minora! claim, near Slocan Junction.  (Jenrsre O. MatllH'an. local inspector of  boilers, has,, rented the dwelling owned bv  Cf Iv. Tackalniry. for the remainder of the  win tor. Mrs. MadlRiui and family arriveJ  in tho city yesterday from Victoria.  The merchants who are making spocitil-  tie.s of holiday goods all report good sale*  Ko town In the province carries such .stocks  as are how on display ln Fred Irvine &  Co.'s,  Jacob Dover's,  Hudson's Bay Com-  Nelson Roynl Arch Chapter, No. 123. elected oflicers Wednesday evening. The oiil-  cers elected are: George Johnstone, Z.; .13.  V/. Matthews, H.; N. T. Macleod, J.; C.  J I. Crandon  P. S.; Charles Maltby, janitor.  ; John Fitzgerald, the Fernie man charged  with wounding Stephen Powell at Fernie  on the 17th of November, will bo brought  beforo judge Forin for sentence upon his  honor's//return from Rossland. It Is said  Fltzgornld will enter a plea of guilty.  R. A Wli.crals hns received somo twenty  anplications to -join the packing outfit  which has been suggested In connection  , with the troop now being raised for service  In South Africa. Two-thirds of tho applications have been sent in from outside  points.  **�� Married, at the residence of W. A. Macdonald on Stanley street, Nelson, on Tlnu-j-  Uny, the 19th of December Instant, Atnrv  i'raser McKeen, .eldest daughter of Mr. nnd  Mrs. 1. II. AlcKeen, to Archie Main waring  Johnson of Nelson, eldest son of Mr. and  Mrs.   11   M. Johnson of Victoria. No card.j.  pany's, Brown Brothers', W. F. Teetzel &.  Co.'s, J. A. Gllker's, Lawrence Hard wai c  Company's, tha Royal Shoe Store, li. Byers  & Co.'s. Mel'herson & McCummon's, John  A. lrving& Co.'s, Morrison & Caldwell's,  A. Gee's, Canadh Drug & Book Company'.!,  Morley & Laing's, A. Ferland's, Martin  O'Reilly & Co.'s, and the Pulin Fruit Store.  CITY AM) DISTRICT.  BAKKR ST REST  NKLSON.   B. C  Mr  and Mrs. Archie Johnson left l'or the  Const   last  evening  on   the  0:40  C   P.   Ic."  During th-j abjen-x- of agent Tackabury  in tinuthorn Ciiu'Drnia, J." A. Me.L.ir-:n will  act as agent l'or the Groat Nor then railway ^i stem in Nelson.  Rev. .Dr. WMght of the Presbyterian  church lel'z tor his home in Columbia lodav.  Three weeks from next'auiiday he will re-  lurn and preach one sermon.  F. J.'Flatt, district.agent for tho Uritish  Columbia Loan & Saving"! Company, leaves  lor the .('oast Monday. **-e expects to re-  iiiain away for at least Hire months,  Development work upon the Godfrey  Pirisch property on Coon creek, which Is  under bond to the London & Uritish Columbia Goldfields, is said to be satisfactory  and considerable staking of ground has  followed the discovery, that there was  either a different trend to the'Birtsch ledgo  or ;i second strong ledge running almost at  right angles to the one first discovered.  H. R. Cameron, ns assignee for the ostat-;  of H H. Playford & Company, yesterday  sold the stock of cigars, pipes and tobaccos  to '\V. A. Thurman. The stock was Invoiced  at $1200, but it will not bring much more  than fiO per tent of this sum. There arc fixtures valued at $fi90 to bo sold. The liabilities of the estate amount to S3-10O. and to  meet this the assignee expects to havo  about $700.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  (lt\  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  9)  to  to  ^*��******a.*9*^^  ESTABLISHED 1892  &.  -���&������  Portland Cement  Fire Brick  Fire Clay  Sheet Iron  T Rails  Ore Cars  Blowers  Exhausters  Pumps  Granite ware  tinware  HARDWARE AND IRON MERCHANTS  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  HEATING STOVES      1  COOKING STOVES  AND  RANGES  to  to  to  to  to  NELSON, B. C.  STORES AT  KASLO, B.C.  to  to  to  to  to  SANDON, B. C.    ti)  ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^���^^^^^^^^^^^.^g..^^^  Fop the Boys  The Ladies' Hospital Aid Society will  meet in the vestry room of tho Methodist  church this afternoon at -1 o'clock, imn:sdi-  ately aftor the meeting of the ���Women's  ��� .'ouncll.  The boys in the fire department have organized a hockey team, and selected Joe  Thompson for captain. The boys will not  be able to practice as often as some of the  other teams, but Joe Thompson should bo  :iMe to win games all by himself without  r'lactice.  Having added to my stock a large  range of Youth's Boy's and Children's  clothing, I am now prepared to .offer  to the*public the best variety of these  Koods ever shown in Nelsou.  Everything Is new and up-to-date  and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending . purchasers will do" well to  examine ray stock and get prices before,  purchasing elsewher.  217 and 219   '  Baker Street  J. A. GILKER  Ma ior Leckie- is exported to arrive in  Nolson on Tuesday to recruit another ten  men for service in South Africa. It is now  thought hkcly that a further increase will  be mado in tho number of men l'rom this  1'iro vince.  Thomas Howell. ' who for some timo  foj-ved a.s brigadier for the Salvation Army,  v.'ith headquarters in Spokane, an.l wli.-  left the army to engage in tho real estate  business in this citv, is bark in thc army  I gain. About a year ago M.\ Howell applied to be accepted a.-s a probalijiier in  the   Methodist   church,   lie   was  accepted.  , and spent last summer at White J torso  preaching. Ass he could not keep his family  |  np north during the winter he returned tb  The local express oflice of the Dominion  Express Company has been busy for tho  oast week in attending to the forwarding  of -express parcels from Nelson to almost  every hole and corner in the Dominion.  This is the one season of the year whon  "Nelson has the balance of the express  packas-p trade in her favor and the agents  s-r-t a chance to brush np on their goo-  {���xaphy.of the country.'  r.et't-rs of probate wore issued yostcrday  tn Samuel Douglas of Colville, authorizing  him to administer the.estate of the Into  James Tl. Pox. The deceased was well  known to all the old time mining men f-f  Kooi.rr.ay. His estate was valued at STOiin,  made up of ca��h in tho bank and an ii>l2"-  est ia the Dandy group of mineral claims  on Toad mountain.- By'une terms of thr.  will a sister and two nephews become his  heirs.  Mayor York of Slocari'wns in" Nelson yes*  terday. Tie hns completed his revision of  the voters' list, and this e'clobratod SI" who  tried ' lo qualify on- two ?50 lots will nol  have their names on, unless they get on on  appeal. ��� Mayor York does not know who  is to make the raco against him, but iio  savs he can beat any combination that can  he" formed against him two to one. As th j  "voters' lisc- stands there are ju=?t 3S1 voters  in-Slocan.  /The new brick barracks of thc Salvation  Army wero formally opened last evonlngry  Tin; ' opening was marked with a dinner  sei-vrd in the small hall,'after whicli a his;  rnllv-was held Pi th�� main '.mr'i-,'1 of Mi ���  barracks, in whicli tha local offlrrcs wore  rissii'led bv ma ior rTai.'greavcs-and captain  Tsvlnr -of Snokane". yrii.-? bnrraiks when  ror'mdrted will cost in thc neighborhood of  ftlO.AOO. Of this sum the lonil organization  has put up $"000 and Ihe nalanr.e has been  secured by a loan. Owing to some delay in  We have purchased the Madson Stock at a low rate on the dollar.    It consists of  , CENT'S FURNISHINGS, BOOTS, SHOES, HAT, CAPS,  RUBBERS    AND    BLANKETS.  ��LL THESE  GOODS TOGETHER WITH THE   BALANCF OF OUR  DRY GOODS ^���haI  WHOLESALE COST  This is a rare opporlunity at ihe right lime of ihe year to get FALL AND WINTER  GOODS at prices never before heard-of m *elson. We have a specially heavy and choice  stock of Men's Suits, Boots and Shoes and Underwear. Our prices, will talk. Come and  see for yourselves.   -  the arrival of the furnaces the plastering  in the barracks was damaged In frost to  j. ronsM-ii-alilo extent, but when [his is rr-  !.:ii:-U and the interior receives the finishing Loaches from thu painters, ilia nrii'.v  people will be the most comfortably hou.-ioil  rr-Icriuith driiininimlion in the city.  a.  &\  P. 0. BOX 197  PHONE 10  $Mk  <��������  ��� 90  Peels, Raisins, Currants, Dates, Figs,  Spices, Icings, Extracts, Cake Trimmings  Oranges, Lemons and   Grapes  OUR   STOCK   1^   COMPLETE  Mail or Phone your order.    It will   receive prompt attention.  Holly and  Mistletoe arriving  The ininrr.il exports via Northport ha\r  neon very light dining thr lirst hall of tho  present month. Thc aggregate v.ilue of thi:  ore unlcrir-g Northport was *$a).r)ll), the imllc  of which eani" from thu Jiitniliiei'-tJarihoo.  I'll'" lead bullion enlorlii!? was valued al  .-pll.0r>'). and tlie gold bullion al ���f;'i](i2.  Thc loss to 1he Groat Northern ttnilwav  C'omj-.anv resulting: from Wednesday night's  accident will not he so heavy as a I lirst  supposed. Of thr five ears of om on thr  -tra i!.-{r.v~i hp-'N clson-sniel l"rr_t Ife"! cfss-wi: 1"  amount to little. Three of the c.irs wore  fillrd with uoiicciitr:Uo% troni tho Y*mir  ifiuo.'hut as it happened the concentrates  were frozen stiff and none of them were  '.o.s't. The othor two cars of ore were from  the Arlington mine and fully 90 per cent  of their contents can be picked up.  A Cocicwell. the lire man on the runaway  tial'i which sm-ishad things up at Troun  .function on AVodncsday. is tho only member of Ihe train crew-injured sutiicient ly  to require medical'altendanee. He is .being,  treated hy Dr. LaBau, the railway-company's phvsician. His injuries consist of  .1 sprained ankle, a badly bruised face and-  ���i severe shaking up. Coekwell was former--  Iv r.mi.loyrd on lheLC. P. I.i., but left the  Cnnr.dian rond a short time ajro to lire nn  the run betwen  Nelson and Spokane.  The strike (in the Ottawa property on  Siiriutrer creek is hotter than has boen previously reported. Tom Mulvey. .la;) JCimr.  C. H. Taylor and K. .lohnson, the men who  have tbe bond on the group are now down  from thn nrr-pcrty. There are three classes  nf ore in ihe ledge. .There aro eight Inches  : ho'.ving at present of tho high grade stuff  which has sampled i)IS"> ounces and there  are twn other bodies of ore which sumnlc  rcsiirrlivilv Sxnnd JO ounces silver. Tho  Ottawa property was looked at a Tow weeks  ago by ,T. C. Davenport, but was not considered favorably.  iful Home  A visit to oiir Big Show Rooms just now will con-,  -    vince you thnt we have all the requisites to make a  home beautiful.  ARTiSTIG FURNITURE    LOVELY DRAPERIES  High-class goods, the newest designs, rich finish,  the very latest Novelties in odd pieces. Easy  Chairs, Rocking Chairs, Reception Chairs, Elegant  Parlor and   China Cabinets,  Desks,  Bookcases,  etc;  Beautiful Carpets, Oriental Rugs, Rich Curtains  ,No house in Nelson can show a finer display." We  do the 'business.." .Why? .' Because we substantiate  whar we shy���we have the goods and our PRICES  ARE  RIGHT.  c&Co.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 627.  McPherson & McCammon  IS'EUSOIN,   B.   C  CIGARS AND TOBACCOS  STRICT ATTENTION  PROMPT DELIVERY  I have purchased from the assignee, the H. H. -Playford & Co.  stock of cigars and tobaccos at  a figure that will permit me selling them to dealers at less 1han  wholesale ratrs^ Showcases and  fixtures for sale.  elson Saw & Planing Mills  CHARLES HILLYER, President. *       HARRY HOUSTON, Secretay.  Havo just icceived 3,000,0 feet of logs from Idaho, ond wo aro prepared to cut the Iareosd bill  of tinitio' of any riuiiKiiKiiiiiH or lengths.. JCstimates given at any time. The largost stock of sash.  dooi'H. and niouldiiigs in Kootenay. , ,>~o����i  *  : ��� ��� .  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OmCR AND YAIlDRl   COItNRrt HALIj AND FRONT STRKKTS.  "GOOD CHEER" STOVES AND RANGES  We are in the market again this season with this line of  Stoves. After handling them for a number of years we are  convinced that they are the only Stoves that give  ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION.  Call arid see our large and complete line.  LAWRENCE    HARDWARE   CO.  Importers and Dealers In Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  %���

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