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 ESTABLISHED  1892  TUESDAY  MORNING,  DECEMBER  31   1901  DAILY EDITION  THE HOT AIR LINE  HAS BEEN RECHRISTENED  AND IS NOW  NAMED   THE   " KETTLE   VALLEY  LINES," SO SAYS GENERAL  MANAGER HOLLAND.  "The Grand Forks-Republic road will he  completed and in the hands of the operating department by .February loth," said  general manager T. \V. Holland at. Spokane on Saturday, ln an interview with a  Review reporter Mr. Holland said:  "We expect to make tho formal opening  of the road to trallic an event eommcnsu-  rato wilh the importance of the undcrlak-  o ing. The festivities will include a  special excursion train from Grand Forks  to Republic in the morning. The train will  carry no passengers except thoso invited,  who will be .the guests of fhe company.  "The schedule will be arranged so as to  arrive at Republic afiout .noon, where a  banquet will be served by the company.  After the banquet the train will return to  Grand Forks. The excursionists from the  latter city will be accompanied by a large  delegation of invited guests from Republic,  and a banquet will be served at Grand  Forks ih . thc evening- by the % company.  These free excursions and banquets are  given' to show in a measure tho company's  appreciation of the loyal support which the  citizens of Grand FoVks and Republic have  given the proposed railway from its inception.  "The entire equipment, of the road has  boen ordered and is being received from  the manufacturers as fasL as il~ can be  completed and sent west. There is now  equipment-for the lines strung all the way  from Pittsburg, Pennsylvania, to Grand  Forks. The equipment ordered includes, besides the steel, ties, bridge limbers, and  lorniinnl and station material, three first-  class engines weighing 10S tons each���thoy  will Ixv ten-wheelers of fhe latest improved  pattern, -15 stool ore cars, 3) common cars,  "(I Hat cars, 10 box cars, two GO-foot passenger coaches, and a combination express  and baggage car.  "The Grand Forks-Republic road has  been constructed under four charters, two  from the American government and two  from tho Canadian government, as follows: The Republic it Grand Forks Railroad Company. The Republic >t Kettle  River Railway Company, The Grand Forks  -& Kettle .River Railway Company, which  is,the charter obtained from tho provincial  goyernment and covers the right-of-way  berwcon Grand Forks nnd the international  boundary/ und tho Kettle River Valley  Railwr.y Company, which is Llio charter  fron- the Dominion* government and covers  i-afc'fftw '.j10 '���iglU.-nf-way frjim Cnsoaiio '�� O-md  'Tr* * Forks, thence up the Kettle rivor to lUid-  i ',', way.: ' ,  "IL will, of course, bo' impossible to operate under so many different corporeity  names, and the company h;is adopted the  'Kettle River Valley Lines' as the" ofllcinl  title of the Grand Forks-Republic road,  and all branch lines that may be*hereafter  constructed. All rolling stock will bear  the company's talisman, 'Tlie.Kettle River  Valley Lines.'  "There were S15 men on our payroll last  month, but the work has advanced so  rapidly that this-iforce has been cut down  lo about-500 men within the past few  weeks. Traoklaying has been completed  to within a few miles of Curlew. ���Work' on  the bridge which will span the Kettle river  at Curlew is now* under full sway. A force  is engaged at each end of the bridge.  When completed it will bo a Howe truss  bridge, but the false work will be used until spring.'  "The road when completed will be Ity.  miles long. There will be but two important  stations between the terminals at Grand  Forks and Republic. Theso are Curlew and  Nelson, both iu the state of Washington.  We expect to establish* a station at the  foot of Curlew lake, which will probably  be known as Lambert. Tt is also probable  ��� ��� that=a=stntion*=will���also="l;>e="esfabllshec*i=ar*~  Trout Lake, which is about six miles from  the Sherman mining camp. Ferguson, near  Curlew, which at present is one of the  liveliest. towns in Washington, .will disappear from the map on the completion of  construction   work   and   tracklaying.  "The scenic features of the road are excellent. Almost a eoii'iplete loop is mndo  west of Curlew and at Republic. AVhile n  3-V6 l,er cent grade is encountered for a distance of about six miles, it will hot interfere with trallic, as tho ore haul will be  down grade.  "The telegraph line between Grand Forks  nnd Ropublic lias been completed and will  be in use wiihin a few days. We have Irif-  fic arrangements with the C. P. R. so that  we will lie able to handle through business  as wollns lnc.il'business. :.:  "I do not see how wo can get away from  the 'Hot Air Line,' the title givon our road  bv our opponents, but we have? nlready  demonstrnlcd thnt il takes more than hot  nlr to build a railroad."  hotels was to furnish sleeping and food  accommodation, but that this branch of the  business was cut into by restaurants and  boarding houses. He contented that ouU  sidcrs should not be allowed to run this  sort of piece hotel. By putting this class  of business in hotelkeepers' hands there  would be no necessity for selling liquor in  Mr. Dewey's opinion.  Died by His Own Hand.  CRKEMOKiS, Ontario, December 30���W.  A. Coulter, a prominent merchant of this  place, who resided as Avening, was found  dead in liis stable on Saturday with a bullet wound in his head, lt is supposed to  have been a case of either suicide or accidental shooting.  Last Meeting of the Year.  OTTAAVAy December 30.���The last cabinet  meeting of the year was held this afternoon. Sir Wilfrid Laurier returned from  his Christmas holiday at Arthabascaville  yesterday. Parliament will probably bo  summoned to meet either on February (ith  or 13th.    Big Field in Ottawa.  OTTAWA, December 110.���Mayor Davidson, alderman George Dering, "W.'H. Lewis,  ex-alderman Fred Cook, and John Coales  were nominated for the mayoralty today.  Mr. Dering and Mr. Davidson for business reasons declined to run.  Customs inspector Dead.  TORONTO, December 30.���Alfred Boult-  bee, inspector uf customs for Ontario, and  formerly M.l-V for East and North York respectively, died yesterday.  Nominations in Hamilton,  HAMILTON, December 30.���Major J. S.  Hendrio and "William Barrett, Labor-Socialist, were nominated for the mayoralty  today.    THE WORK TO BE RUSHED  course would he to resort to arbitration  in the question of warships on the great  lakes, to permit the understanding to  continue undisturbed."  Canadian Wrestler Won.  ROC.UIOS'JKK, December 30��� Dan MeLeod oi Hiiiv.ilton, Ontario, the Scotch  wrostlei won over Nort Henderson, the  liochestet "Butcher Hoy" at Jb'itzhugh  hall to night before a crowd of 3000. MeLeod agreu1 to put Henderson down  live times inside of an hour/ and did it  in 4& minutes 45 seconds. Henderson  weighed 100 and MeLeod 1(50. The conditions were catch-as-catch-can with the  strangle hold barred. MeLeod secured  all 'live' falls' with the crutch hold.  Charles M. Tully, a local newspaper man  was referee.  SOUTH AMERICA  GERMANY'S   CLAIMS  ABE  STILL UNPAID.  MAKES DIREFUL PREDICTION  -i. ,  >> 'i  Shaft to Sunk on Snoashoe.  PHOENIX. Decembor 2!).���[Special to The  Tribune.;)���The manager of the Snowshoe  Cold & Copper Mines, Limited, operating  tho Snowshoe group of mines in this camp,  have decided to sink a main working shaft,  which will at once be put down lo tt depth  of 300 feet. The property has heretofore  boen worked through the original incline  prospecting shaft and through the railway  tun'nel, the latter so-called because the ore  on that part of the property was exposed  by the railway graders, when the Phoenix  branch of the Columbia & Western, which  passes over the property,- was built. Engineer Rannantyne of tho mine 'start is  now making surveys to determine the exact location of the new shaft, and as soon  as this is settled upon, work on the shaft  will be started and prosecuted as vigorously as possible. This shaft will be a two-  compartment one, both of which will be  used -solely for 'hoisting purposes, while thc  old incline shaft will be used as a manway.  for the pumps and for air to run the drills.  Tt is expected that the new 15-drill compressor, being manufactured by the Jenckes  Machine Company, will be completed and  delivered in the course of two months,  which will Rive the management all the  power needed for a long time to come. It  has been decided to give up wood as fuel,  and hercfifter coal will bo used for this  purpose. For some time past this mine has  beeu making occasional shipments of ore.  latterly to the Greenwood smelter, but  since the drop in copper, the two machines  used in stoping have been laid off, and no  more ore will bo shipped for the present  except lhat encountered in the course of  development. Half a dozen cars wero sent  out this weel<**.   Toronto Prohibition Talk.  TORONTO, December 30.���Rev. G. W.  Dewey, of Agnes street Methodist church,  in his sermon yesterday said hotel keepers were public servanls, and just, as essentia] as teachers, doctors, druggists, and  UinL the only way to protect the public  from this class of servants was to restrict hotol trade to hotels. Tlio preacher  declared  that  the  legitimate  business   of  People of Marsville Pleased.  Word was received yesterday by telegraph from Spokane by foreman McKenzie to push the work of getting out  the timbers for the trestle of the smelter site spurs, says the Marysville Tribune. No time will be lost in getting  the track ready so that supplies may be  brought right up to the many buildings  now under construction. Several cars  of cement and lire brick have reached  Cranbrook and will be brought up to  Marysville as soon as they can be handled. Tho gravel is being placed on the  ground for the concrete foundations,  and the trenches for the heavy foundations havo all been excavated, .and this  branch of the work will be under headway in a few days.  Thc frame for the sulphide house is  now going up. This building will be U0  feet high and is located just-east and  north of the roasting sheds. Work on  the other buildings is progressing rapidly, and all the structures are now assuming shape. The oflice building is  nearly, enclosed, and is going to be a  handsome addition to the company's  grounds. Bach week now makes a vast  difference in the appearance of the place,  and people who were familiar with the  conditions two weeks agoj would be  strangers now. .  Naturally the people of Marysville  are greatly pleased with "the condition  of affairs. They see in these great  structures rising up with such careful  precision the basis or prosperity for  'Marysville and this part of the district  and they know that with the smelter  building, a new railroad under construction up the St. Mary's valley, the  North Star and Sullivan properties running, and hundreds of men develop-  =ing=pi'operties=in=the=teiT-itor-y=tributar-y-  to this town, Marysville will be a good  place to tie to next summer and for the  future.  Public Accounts,  OTTAWA, December 30.���The public  accounts of the Dominion have been is-  ncd. '11 e net surplus ou ordinary revenue wis 55,1)18,335, and net receipts  $52,5(51,701. 'lhe capital account was  ?rJ,110,4!>y. When the surplus sinking  funds rt'iii lel'unds are deducted from  this amount a balance of ' $2,!)ii(>,l(J(> has  to be added to the public debt for the  yet", which is now i**>2(JS,'100,003. There  was Sf-oMlO paid ror the South African  contingent and $3*1!),S70 for the Halifax  garrison. Tho balance at the creuit of  the dcy oitors in postollice and government savings banks on .Tune 30th  arcountci'i to ?5(i,04S,S)57, an increase or  $2,S'J!i.i534 over the balance held on the  sari.c cay the year previous. The de-  n.end foi ?1 Mid $2 Dominion notes con-  tiiuies. Icing nearly a quarter of a mil-  'ion lor October in excess of October,  jI;00. .The total revenue for the Yukon  olnoe 1SU5 was ?li,700,l'J2, and the expenditure ?b,945,21C, leaving a surplus  of $754,977. The revenue from the Intercolonial wa? $4,972,235, compared with  ?4,552,07i of last year, an increase of  $420,164.' The expenditure was $5,460,-  ,422, an increase of ?1,029,017 over 1900.  The difference between the revenue and  expenditure for the year show a deiicit  of JHSMSO. The increased cost on the  road was principally on new locomotives, cars and maintenance of way.  Arranging a Commission.  LONDON, December 30.���Commenting on the statement of its Washington  correspondent concerning the probability that secretary of state Hay and lord  Pauncefote, British ambassador at  /ashington are arranging a commission, in which the United States, Great  Britain, and Canada will be represented,  for the settlement of the Alaskan boundary and other outstanding difficulties  between tne countries in question, the  Daily Mail thinks that having secured  the Isthmian canal treaty without an  equivalent, the United States should now  prove rcat-'jnable. "Although it can  hardly be ht-ped," says the Daily Mail,  "that Canadian claims will be conceded  in their   ertirety,   perhaps   the   wisest  China Will Be Dismembered  NEW YORK, December 30.���Charles  P. Gammon, superintend ant of colporteurs for the American Bible Society in  Northern China, writes to the society  concerning the present situation in the  Chinese empire as follows:  "While at Shanghai, I observed that  the government was openly violating  the provisions of the protocol. The great  empire would shake off .European domination. Thousands of boat loads of  small arms and ammunition were passing weekly up the Yang Tse Kiang and  the arsenals were enlarged, and worked  day" and night. Cargoes of explosives  were being received and the dowager-  empress had issued instructions to all  officials to recruit the army, and also to  inform her as to the fighting strength  of each division and the time required  to - concentrate the forces at a given  point. There were and are many other  unpromising features,. all of which  weighed heavily upon the minds of those  interested. ' I must believe that the end  is not yet, and that within ten years,  and possibly within five, a war will ensue, the like of which the world has  never known. For centuries China has  been making repeated attempts to expel  the foreigners;- each time profiting by  past experiences; each time with more  power and success; each time better  equipped and better planned. She is now  preparing as never before, buying vast  quantities, of superior weapons and reorganizing her army on a correct basis.  Therefore, the next attempt will be gigantic in force and terrible in execution.  It will result in a vast upheaval and the  final dismemberment of this "empire at  a terrible cost."  Church Amalgamation Causes Boiting.  LONDON, December 30���The Island  of-Lewis, the northermost and largest  island of the outer Hebrides, has been  the scene of serious religious riots, ar-  rising from the union of, the Free and  the United Churches of Scotland. The  islanders refused to countenance" the alliance, and when the minister at Ness  joined the United Church they locked  him out of his church. A strong force  of police was sent over from the mainland to open the doors, whereupon the  constables drove them inside the building and bombarded them with rocks  until they capitulated and agreed to  leave the island. Every member of the  fjolice force was more or less seriously  wounded. It is probable that a detach-  ment_of_troops jwilLhe_sent.JtO-SUbdue  VENEZUELA MAY BE GIVEN MOBB  TIME FOB PURELY POLITICAL REASONS  the rioter a.  Sympathies Will Be With America  LONDON, Decembor SO.���Commenting  on the London Times statement from  Washington, that persons of considerable importance in-*oflicial circles there  profess to believe that war between the  United States and Germany is inevitable, the St. James Gazette says it does  not believe that such a disaster will be  allowed to occur over a dispute in regard to the debts of Venezuela to Germany, but that If it does there can be  no doubt that English sympathies will  be with America. At the same time, t.he  St. James Gazette expresses tho hope  that the United States will not allow  such states as Venezuela to gain the  impression that they can reckon on the  protection of the Monroeism if they  choose to repudiate their obligations to  Europe.  BERLIN, December 30.���The German  foreign office authorizes the Associated  Press to announce there is no truth  whatever in the dispatches from Caracas saying that the German minister  has left the Venezuelan capital after a  heated exchange of words with president Castro. The German charge d'affaires, herr Von Plj-yfim-Ballazzi, is  still at his post and is continuing negotiations with president Castro. There  has not been any question of breaking  off diplomatic relations with Venezuela:  The German minister to Venezuela, Dr.  O. Schmidt-Leda, who has been on a-va-  cation here, is now on his way to Caracas. \  The foreign ofiice. again solemnly reiterates, the statement that it does not  contemplate territorial acquisition in.  Venezuela. Replying ro Germany s utterances to the United States regarding  the former's plans in connection with  Venezuela, the foreign oflice here has  received an answer from secretary Hay  expressing full satisfaction *vith Germany's' position. Germany still hopes  to collect her claims peaceably.  The Tagblatt, this evening, prints a  double leaded cable from Washington  setting forth that the principal military  and naval authoriti��s there consider  that war between the United States and  Germany, sooner or' later, is inevitable.  The United States ambassador, Andrew  D. White, today informed the German  newspaper man who called at the embassy that the reports of the possibility  of war between the United States and  Germany were the "thinnest kind of  sensational nonsense." Not o.ne of the  authorities referred to in the" Tagblatt  dispatch, he added, Would under any circumstances disclose ViietTan opinion,"  least of all when the relations between  the two countries are so good as at pres-.  ent. "Moreover," said Mr. White, "president Roosevelt, the commander-in-  chief of both army and navy, it is well  known entertains personal predictions  for Germany, which have been made  known, not only officially to the government, but which have long been Known  among his friends. He studied in Germany, reads and loves German literature, and has a most sincere personal  respect for the Germon emperor. Any^  utterance of the kind alleged by an officer of either service would be sternly  rebuked by president Roosevelt."  ; longer to deal with the government, us ho  Is an accomplice In thc present revolution  and must be discharged. Tho resolution  further says that herr Knoop will bo expelled from Venezuela. Tronic over the German railway continues to be suspended,  it can be said on excellent authority thut  Germany s-contemplated naval demonstration against certain Venezuelan ports will  be postponed until the termination of the  present revolution against president Castro.  Practical Tests Successful.  NKW* YORK, Decembor 30.���The Cunard  line steamer Umbria arrived in port this  morning after a belated voyage from Liverpool and reported an exchange of Christmas greetings by wireless telegraphy-with  the Campania on the, 2Sth instant. The  Umbria was also in communication with  the Etruria on Christmas morning. The  instruments came in touch at 10:25 o'clock,  lhe kept up the. communication for two  hours and twenty-five- minutes. The minimum distance was 41 miles, the maximum  87 miles.        * ���  SEVERAL MARINE DISASTERS  Elevator Capacity to Be Doubled.  WINNIPEG, December 30.���An evening  paper tonight says: "From a reliable  source it is learned that lt is the Intention  of the C. P. R. to double the capacity of  the company's elevator accommodation at  Fort William. Just when the work will be  started is not announced, but the information is to the effect that the work will be  undertaken next summer and the great  bulk of it completed in time to receive the  crop of 3902. In connection with the above  statement John S. Thompson, at a meeting  held at M'ellta, said he had received a letter from the C. P. R., in which lt was  stated that the elevator accommodation at  the lake port towns would be doubled.  This announcement will be received with  much satisfaction, as there is a great need  for more storage accommodation.  Give 0. P. E. Great Credit.  WINNIPEG, December 30.���Dr. Montague, who passed through here yesterday  on his return from Australia* spoke in high  terms of the C. P. R. steamship accommodation as compared with other American-  Australian lines. He also gave the road  great credit for its work of advertising  Canada in the Antipodes, and said the  sending of Mr. Stitt there was an excellent move for the promotion of trade between the two colonies.  Sectionman Killed.  DYN, Ontario, December .'10.���Guy Dine,  a sectionman, was struck on tho head and  instantly killed by a freight train this  morning. He leaves a widow and a large  family.  Took Poison by Mistake-  BERLIN, Ontario, December 29.���Miss  Hammerley took an overdose of carbolic  acid for sore throat, killing herself today.  Dewet and Tommy!  A good story of De Wet, just fresh  from South Africa,  has  been immediately "commandeered" by an apprecia-  :4jye=&yp:;ess=representative.=======  Part i-t tue Kast Kent regiment, sooii  after the abortive conference between  Botha an-i. lord Kitchener, was engaged  in pursuing the wily De Wet. Suddenly  the guerilla chief turned on his pursuers  and captured some of them after a hard  fight. The Britishers, some or whom  were Uadly. wounded, were hurried along  to the Boer hospital, wnere the wounded  weie put to bed, while their comrades  wiki were sound in wind and limb were  made hcti.Hal attendants.  Ou the fecond day Do Wet and Botha  visited the hospital. Botha was smok-  i.it; a c*p'i'i't.te, but De Wet had a huge  Pipe !������ '.wetn bis teeth.  One ot the Kast Kents jumped up in  his bod, shook his list at Do Wet, anil  said: "You bloomin' Dutchman, you're  the cause of this!"  De Wet took the pipe from between  his teeth, and said: "You ought to  think yourself lucky that you are allowed to lie there in peace, when there  are better men than you and me out  there fighting. Wait till you get well,  and won't I lead you <v uance!"  Then turning to another Kast Kent,  he said:    "Can I do anything for you?"  Tommy looked at De Wet in surprise;  then he promptly replied, "Yes, sir;  give a pipeful of 'bacca and a match."  The Boer chief handed the soldier his  pouch and a box of matches. Then i>e  said: "You'll be released in a'day or  two."  A fortnight after the very same soldier was ongaged in the eternal chase  of De Wet and had the hard luck to be  captured a second time, after receiving  a nasty wound in the forehead, which  made him unconscious.  He awoke after a while, and found  De Wet binding his wound with his own  handkerchief.  Suddenly De Wet cried: "I've seen  yoti before, haven't IV Yes, you were  the chap I caught the week before last.  oil, don't you get caught again, because next time we might have no tobacco and no handkerchiefs.'  Want Railway Manager Discharged.  CARACAS, December 30.���The Venezuelan government has sent a request to Berlin that herr Knoop, manager of the German railroad board, be discharged. JI is  said the manager will be expelled. The  Official Gazette published today contains  a resolution of the Venezuelan government  setting forth that herr Knoop is unlit any.  Caused by Fire and Wind.   .  SEATTLE, December 30.���The schooner  Minnie A. Caine, which went on the Smith  Island rocks during the j storm Thursday  will probably be a; total; loss." She is well  up on the beach lifteen feet above water  at low tide, and in the midst of boulders,  though, a portion of the vessel is sinking  into the-sand. Her bottom is fllled with  holes and her keel is gone.. A tug will leave  today for the scene of the wreck to bring  the equipment saved  to  this city.      '  BOSTON, December 30.���A cable received  here announces the burning at sea of the  four-master schooner-James W. Fitch of  this port. She sailed fronK New York November 20th for Rosarlo with 11,000 casks  of oil, WiO.OOO feet of lumber, and about 3000  shooks. The destruction of "the vessel occurred (in December 18th. The entire crew  was saved 'and landed at Ponce, Porto  Rico, today. .The vessel was valued at $40,-  000 and was ;partially Insured.  SEATTLE,' December 30.���'A fire which  has been burning in the hold, of the Oriental liner Shinano since.December 22nd has  been extinguished. When the lire was discovered the vessel returned*0 to this port,  whence she had sailed for tho Orient but  a few days previous. Tlie damage to the  cargo, chiefly cotton, is estimated at  $100,000. _-   Again a Candidate.  MONTREAL, December 30.���During the  course of an interview this morning mayor  Raymond Prefontaine, M.P., made a rather  ���significant statement, especially in view of  tho announcement made by him some  months ago that it was "war to tlie knife  between himself and the minister of public  works." Mayor Prefontaine said that he  belteved tliat he would be re-elected mayor  of Montreal virtually by acclamation as  he had been two years ago, that is with at  most a weak opposition. He stated that he  had recognized the will of the people us  to reform in municipal affairs and had  served the people well in the past two  years. Questioned regarding the harbor  works, the mayor stated that he had reason  to believe that in addition to the million  dollars voted for an elevator and other  terminal facilities in the ������'harbor of Montreal, that an additional two million dollars  would be voted at-the next session of parliament, and that fresh energy would bo  infused into tliis work, which would' be  pressed forward with all speed, and tliat  everyone would be satisfied with the progress made which would be to the interest  of the country as a whole.  Fatal Railroad Wreck.  PARKERSBORG, West Virginia, December 30.���Two men are missing, one badly injured, an engine and four cars at the foot  of an embankment, and two other cars  are wrecked, and a hundred feet of track  is torn up, as the result of the collision  with a massive rock by an eastbound  freight train on thu Baltimore & Ohio  railroad at a tunnel near Long Rule yard  today. The engine struck the rock,, which  had rolled down from the hill, just when  the train came out of the tunnel. The two  men are missing, fireman A. R. Hill and  brakeman E. B. Putnam, both of Grafton.  They are probably dead beneath the wreck.  Engineer Hope Goudy of Grafton was so  seriously injured he will probably die.  Heavy rains loosened the rocks.  The Ultimatum, Not FarjD.ff..  LONDON, December 30.���A dispatch to  tlio Central News from Berlin says it is  believed to be certain that an ultimatum  will bo issued within three days, and that  an attack on Venezuela will follow directly  after. In addition to the Vineta and the  Falk, the training ships and tlie cruiser  Geler have  been ordered  to  La Gulra.   in  the meanwhile I am officially assured  that tho German charge d'affaires has not  left Caracas, and that diplomatic relations  havo not yet beeu broken off. The iKiur  parlers continue. An agreement lias been  readied between Germany and llio Uniled  States in regard to the German course of  action in Venezuela.  Jews Want to Redeem Palestine.  BASIL, December 30.���Tho Zionist Congress, which opened here last week, arrived at a provisional decision by whicli  lhe Colonial Bank is to keep a certain sum  available for the execution of concessions.  It has been decided lo establish a branch  bank In Palestine with a capital not to exceed 100,000 francs, to bo eonflneil for the  present to a strictly banking business anil  not to be directly connected with the work  of colonization. It Is also announced that  up to the end of last November, 352.112 .CI  shares had bon taken In the Jewish Colonial Trust in London.  Insuirection in Formosa.  TACOMA, December 30.���According to advices from thc Orient, a party of 103 coolies engaged in transporting camphor was  attacked by Formosan insurgents late iu  November and twenty of them were killed.  Nineteen were decapitated. Japanese police and troops were sent after the rebels,  and a pitched battle took place, in which  more than 100 were killed, the heaviest  losses boing on the side of the rebels.  Killing Christmas Converts.  LONDON, December 30.���The Shanghai  correspondent of the Daily Express cables  that a missionary and a number of Christian converts havo been massacred at Ning  Shai Tu, in Kan Sou province, whero prince  Tuan and general Tung Fu Siang are residing. Tlie corres|K>ndent says it is asserted  that tlie troops of general Fu Slang ure  responsible for the massacre.  Editor Married.  GhAND FORKS, December 30.���Klmer D.  Hall, editor and manager of the Grand  Forks News, was married fo Miss Mabel  Kdwin or Phoenix on Saturday. The event  took place at the Northern hotel, Seattle,  Washington. After touring a short timo  Mr. and Mrs. Ilall will take up their residence in Grand Forks.  River Getting Dangerously High.  LANCASTER, Pennsylvania, December  30.���The Susquehanna river is still rising.  The most dangerous points appear to be at  Safe Harbor. Tho water now covers tho  Columbia railway" tracks and the public  roads.  Thc  ico  in   the   river   has   not  yet  broken and if It goes lt Is feared a groat  gorge will result at Star Rock, Just above  Safe Harbor. People living at the latter  place have abandoned their homes and  taken to the high ground.  Had a Million-Dollar Policy.  MINNEAPOLIS. December 30.���Frank II.  Peavey, tho grain elevator man, who died  in Chicago today, carried among other Insurance policies one for a million dollars  In a New York company. It was tho largest  single policy over written, save one for tho  same amount written by AV. H. Vanderbilt.  The policy was taken out three years ago  and is in favor of the Peavey company.  Minneapolis newsboys were objects of the  charity of Mr. Peavey. Several years ago  he started a fund for them, and for every  dollar deposited by a newsboy Mr. Peavey  added another dollar.   Found Dead.  ALAMEDA, Northwest Territory, December 30.-^-James Cuddlng-ion, aged 48, was  found dead in his armchair early Saturday  by one of his sons, who was teaming home  somo furniture.- Deceased came here last  August from Toronto, but originally came  from Brighton, Sussex, England. Dr. Dyell  pronounced death due to a frozen foot,  which ho contracted a couple of weeks ago.  His wife is expected here from Toronto tonight.    May Not Do Serious Damage.  RICHMOND, December 30.���At 11:30 tonight the James river was still rising. The  water is in the streets at the new Chesapeake & Ohio depot. So far the gas works  and the electric light plants arc safe. There  will be no very serious damage to property.  LITTLE LIBEBALS  BODWELL'S CANDIDACY IS  NOT MAKING HEADWAY.  RILEY   AND   DRURY   LEAD   THE  REAL SIMON-PURE LIBERALS  IN   VICTORIA.  Theatre Burned.  TOLEDO, Ohio, December 30.���Fire tonight totally destroyed the Casino theater  at Maumee Bay, four miles below this city.  It was built at a cost of $50,000.  ONE RESULT OF LITIGATION  Good Chute of Ore Discovered.  The much-debated question of the  apex of the Slocan Star ledge has not  yet cost the Byron N. White Company  anything, says the Paystreak of Sandon.  It has a very profitable sequel. When  action was commenced last summer by  the Rabbit Paw people, claiming to have  the apex on the Rabbit Paw and ileber  Fraction, "the White "company set to  work to prove by exploration that they  have the apex on the Silversmith  ground. A crosscut tunnel was run in  GO feet to strike the ledge and a drift  run to the west. This drift is now in 'Z00  feet and shows one of the prettiest ore  chutes ever opened in the Slocan country. It is 24 inches wide in the face and  carries average assays of 1500 ounces ol  silver, to ..the. ton. ..The ore- is .steel,  galena and grey copper, carrying low  percentages in lead. The showing is at  a depth of 150 feet.  Although a surface showing of clean  ore was long known to exist on the  Silversmith, this claim has not, until  recently, received much: attention by^he  -V tii te company. Added to the enormous  ore reserves already blocked out in the  Slocan Star and Slocan King ground,  the opening up of this strike on tho  Silversmith will place the Byron N.  White properties away ahead of any of  the other mines of the camp and give  it rank among the best silver-lead mines  of the world.  On the 20th of December the Byron  V. White Company added one more to  its long list of dividends, disbursing  $25,000 to its shareholders. This brings  the total dividends to date up to the  handsome sum of ?3S5,000.  The f-'.'ce at the mine remains stati  onery, about"Ti5_strong, and~50 tons of  ore are sent down the hill every day.  The roads are in excellent condition and  the heavy output will be maintained indefinitely.  Formulating a Flan of Action.  ��� BUTTE, Montana, December 30.���A special from Helena says that governor Toole  Is actively preparing for tho conference  of the Northwestern governors to be held  In this city to decide upon plans to block  tlio proposed consolidation of the Great  Northern, Northern Pacific, and Burlington  roads. The meeting today will be merely  a conference at which the governors will  endeavor  to   formulate  a  plan   for  united  action.    Railway Collision in Ohio.  TH-'FIN, December 30.���Kour men may  dlo a.s the result of a collision between  freight trains on the Pennsylvania railroad hero tonight. Enginer Kelster nnd J.  O, Chadwlck, operator at Warsaw Junction,  were burled under the debris and were not  rescued for hours. Both were badly Injured  and nearly frozen. Klrcman Bell und brake-  man Cosgrove wore thrown 100 feet Into a  corn field anil will probably die.  Murdered an Engineer.  MEMPHIS,- December 30.���Four men today killed J. M. Rheem, a railroad engineer  of Vicksburg, who was a passenger on the  northbound Yazoo & Mississippi Valley  iraln, just out of Iceland, Mississippi. They  then took posession of the train, compelled  the enginer to uncouple the engine and  to carry them up the road, where they tried  to escape. Thoy were all captured.  Three Prominent Socialists Speak.  BRUSSELS. December 30.���At a goneral  meeting held here this evening herr Singer,  Social Democrat member of the German  reichstag, spoke for Germany; M. Veillant.  Socialist member of the French chamber of  deputies, spoke for France; while Prof.  George D. Herron, the American Socialist,  denounced trusts and plutocracy In the  United States.  No Longer in Danger  PHILADELPHIA. December 30.���Reports  from all parts of Eastern Pennsylvania tonight show that tho rivers and creeks  which became greatly swollen a.s a result  of Saturday night and Sunday's continuous  rain aro steadily falling. There is one exception, however, the lower part of the  Susquehanna river being reported to be  still rising and Is close to the danger mark.  Three Candidates for Mayor.  TORONTO, December 30.���W. F. McLean,  M.P.. mayor Rowland, and Mr. Wolley the  Socialist were nominated for the mayoralty  here today.  The Fope Is 111.  LONDON, December 30.���A dispatch to a  news agoncv from Rome says that thc  popo is subject to serious fainting fits.  VlCrOK.'A, December 30.���-This week  so far as politics is concerned, has nat-'  urally been a quiet one, yet a distinct  undercurrent of disappointment has be- -  come apparent  amongst many  of Air. '  Bodwell's   most   interested   supporters,  'ine failure of the government to pre-  cipitate an immediate appeal to the con-"  stitueucy bus  upset the very juvenile  plan thev   had   conceived   of  carrying  Victoria ci'y by a coup-de-main, and, incidentally/'their  chimerical   scheme to  hail Mr. Pcdwell as the leader of the   ,  Liberals, when   the psychological   moment arrived.   By this double coup, the -  "Lictle JLibeials" .(for this is now.'tUe'-  sobriquet bestowed upon  that -narrow"  segment of the party who are support-'  ing the lanj leader of the  V. V. & B.  campaign) hoped to be.able to perpetu-  ate the malign influence which in tho-  past they had exercised at Ottawa, to the  exclusion of Mainland recognition arid' ;  to the detriment of the province as'"a  whole they are dismayed at the chill- -'  ing indifference displayed in Mr. Bod-,  well's candidature by the people of the,  Kootenays and the lower Mainland, arid  they feel that Mr. Bodwell's ability to -  reward   their   disinterested   patriotism.'"  will be curtailed to a distressing extent,  unless as leader he can dictate the pol-_  icy of the government in power.   A" few "-  of his .niDrt. reckless advisers are, there- ���>'  fore, laying wires to control the Liberal  convention to be held in Vancouver ,on  January aotn, in the nope of raising a'  Bodwell n.tom.   Their hopes in this di-   *  rection have promptly been dissipated  by  the  local   Liberal   leaders,   Messrs.  Riley     and   "Drury,     who     recognize  thoroughly that the party can'now.well  afford to let the "Little Liberals" work %*  out their own salvation. ���   _  As .a matter of fact, there Js a ,dis-,��� ���*:  tinct undei standing between the provincial and Dominion governments that  local an-!, federal matters shall be kept  severely sc] srate, and despite the ill-  advisec' attempts of senator Templeman  to draw the Dominion authorities into  this local fight, the compact will *e  faithfully kept on both sides. As a result George Riley will be returned unopposed to 'the Dominion house; Mr.  Bodwell will be handsomely turned down'  by the electors of Victoria city, and the  province oi British Columbia freed from  the machinations of the "Little Liberal"  clique, win receive fitting recognition'  from tl'C government in power at Ottawa.  It is ���*(.��> improbable that the provincial election forVictoria city will take  place as tarly as expected. The arran-  gcaiciit a', uve alluded to removes the  necessity, uferred to last week, of cora-  nelling good faith from  the quai-allies   of the fiverrment, and theie is now  little oi (��� .-on but that R. L. Drury will  be th'1 grve-nment candidate. Time also  is dpnJ.'Ljc harshly with Mr. Bodwell's  chancn?. The revelations made in tha  internecine war between the V. V. & 13.  and t!:c Grand Forks corporations havo  altered ;>ul uc opinion considerably, and  the ?2-iH't0 subsidy asked tor by Mr.  12oriv.*-:i dining the last session of the  legislatinc is becoming a question of  much puli'jc- interest. Thc public wish  to know \t.-w it is that Ja.nes J. Hill,  who wan to anxious tliat the provinco  of Ui)'.i��h Columbia shoulJ subsidize  thf. V. V. te 15. railway to this extent  la?i ei'ii'n'pz can uow lind tune to mako  affidavits whose contents Aim at the  very ex-nence of thc V. V. & lil. chaiter.  The c.iuii.aign dodger which up to  Sf tunlny last came out daily in support  of Mr. Bouwcll, has been cousplcuous  ty its a,* i net during the past week, so  thc sob- pd.ocacy of his cause rests now  upon the si oulders of the Times. As tho  latter paper lets "1 dare not wait upon I  would," it is not satisfying Mr. Bodwell'3  supporters, whilst it is bitterly otfend-  ini*: the greaf majority of the party who  iu the r-'tst regarded it as the local exponent of Liberal opinion.  The amoition of a local editor also  iweheil a jevere blow during the past  week. Du.'rous of contesting the Vic-  tori.\ Dominion election as an independent Liberal, he made tentative inquiries  of several prominent politicians as to  his chances. The Liberals he met astonished him by declaring that they al- '  way* refolded him as a Conservative,  and Jie 'Conservatives made it worse by  suggesting that if they supported a Liberal at all. it would have to be one who  had some inlluence at Ottawa.  Will Work Through One Shaft.  NANAIMO, December 30.���The Protection Island shaft and workings wero  closed on Saturday evening for an indefinite period, and henceforth all tha  coal lakcn out in the underground  workings in that direction will be taken  up throuth shaft No. 1. The closing oC  J-rotectioa shaft and workings will  throw out of employment a considerable  number of men, both in tlie mining and  cnginuumg departments. It is under-  frt.oon ti-at this action has been taken  owing f the unsatisfactory state of the  coal trade in California and the declining demand for steam coal.  Ai  *���    l- J-  .t  rl :  l^r  \\Y-  I*  j" "*! l~i i^-'n"i &VlmilW**iITi*ii  jjggcw^iTBMifea^g.  ��?(&$&��  ,s Ml fELgQi? HSMlrtli -TOaiOAlf MOMttfQ, DBOflMflBft Hi.��� lBOi  -*"**^'*���*���, ��������!*������       ii       - 11 i ���  ��� �� i   nr     i lfw"1    "���   '���*'���* -ir'i i��� 'it r-irtl   tn" -fflfflyr������ iiTrain       i      ivn nviff ili��i ���������rTiti 'i n nr n--- ��� ������    ���    .-.-���-������ ��� -���*.._.... , ...... ' ,\    \J1 .~.^w^.*'-^T^����Vv ^^-\^v^-*^v-r.*'* V *-,' j^^^  >f>  to  to  to  to  Ml  ^> ��� s��  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  I.VCORl'Oll.VTRD  IB70  coi^iJP^-isrir  DAINTIES IN FINE  GROCERIES  DAINTIES IN   IMPORTED SWEETS  DAINTIES IN FINEST BISCUITS  DAINTIES IN WINES AND  LIQUORS  DAINTIES  IN  CIGARS  DAINTIES ^EVERYTHING  TO EAT AND DRINK  TMUDSOFS MYlflMPMI  BAKER STREET. NELSON, B. 0.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  J*  <fe*.^.:J>i^'.'^'.^Zi&Z��-i^'i&Yjfj?iZ*Z..4. A- ''T-^.'jjf,S'4l'>'^'^,^,^,-^��'^  ��tte ��rttmtte  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Daily by mall, one month. f  Daily by mall, three months   Daily by mail, sis:months.:....   Daily by mall,  one year .���������������  ���Semi-weekly by mail,  three months..  Semi-weekly by mail, six months   Serai-weekly by mail,  one year.......  Postage to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING  RATES.  Display Advertisements run regularly  per inch per month: ** W  It run less than a month, per inch per  insertion     ������   Classifted Ad *j and Legral Notices, per  word for flrst insertion   Por each additional insertion, per  word     ��� ���������  Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per-line per month.......  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, per line  per month  ��� ���������  60  126  2 50  5 00  50  1 00  2 00  Addresa all letters��� T.���T~���    T .-  THK   TIU.BUNE   ASSOCIATION,   Ud.  John Houston. Manager. Nelson, B. C.  t;���M..I,I..I..;..|-*{,H~H.  .i-H"i"l'-;��H"H"I"H'  *  NOTICE-TO  SUBSCRIBERS  BY   CARRIER.  i*  *  wFmlr*Sr*tmlrmrmimmir i"A"   ���   r  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.  ********  +  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *****  A Scotchman, Alick Ross, who was reputed to be wealthy, came to the Calaveras  looking for a mine. Old Hiker heard of his  visit and determined to "salt" a mine for  him. He seeded the gold dust ln thick and  then Introduced the canny Scotchman to  the mine. A pick, pan and shovel were  presented to Alick that he might try for  himself, and he prospected in every spot  where Hiker recommended him to test.  Nothing could be more satisfactory than  the *��� returns.-Every pan that was tried produced four or five dollars, which he deposited In  a tin  tobacco box  of his own.  "Well," said the impatient seller, at last,  "I guess you've given it a pretty good sifting. How d'ye like it?"  "Vera weel, vera, weel," answered Alick.  looking- at" the' contents of his box. "And  what may be your price now, clear cash?"  "Six thousand dollars, ne'er a. red less,"  said  the  hopeful   'Salter.'  "It's a pretty penny, a vera -pretty penny, but I'll no gainsay 't prospect's guid.  But there's one bit of a phenomenon I can-  na get through my pate: How did Tou-  lumne gold get stuck in here?":  Hiker saw at once tliat he was "sold,"  and was himself the victim. He-indignantly demanded the contents of the tobacco  bos.  "Dinna try tliat, dinna try that." said  Alick. "You will never handle a micklo of  it. and more, I'll advise you as a freen to  pick up your duds and tramp, for twa  hours fra now the boys will all know it,  and ye'll have a hempen cravat on your  scrag of a neck before sundown, if they  can lay their cloots on you."  The foiled rascal knew that Alick spoke  the truth, and he decamped without delay.  What Nelson wants is young men in  charge of her business affairs. Young  men are seldom despondent. They always look on the cheerful side of things.  They have faith in themselves. This  year Nelson has had pessimists in control. Men who are on the .down-grade  - in life cannot be expected to have either  faith in themselves or in the community in which they live. Impoverished  by the mistakes they have made, they  believe there is nothing in the future  but frequent periods of depression. They  are without hope. Put young men in  control and their enthusiasm will be  contagious. Nelson will once again become the most cheerful spot in all British Columbia. Industries will be  started that will_lmake payrolls,.  and improvements will be commenced that will give men employment. No houses will be empty and  there will be need for new ones. Confidence will beget coniidence. Elect a  young man mayor of Nelson and back  him up by a council made up of young  men, and the . mistakes made by the  present council will be buried in oblivion, along with thc men who made  them.  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE CO-  ************************  Coffee Roasters  oeaien in Tea and Coffee  ���99999999'9999*^.*.f*.fk*^*.*^*.  We are offering at lowest prices the best  -Trades o .Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Our Best-, Mocha and Java Coffeo, per  pound 9  43  Mocha and Java Blond, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, I pounds  1 00  Special E!and Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 6'potmdg  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea.rerpound 30  NEW  YEAR  GIFTS  Wc have just opened  up a new lot of Fancy  Goods suitable for  *"n..ii'm ^i.ii, i  r.vi-^KSS^ir^;&-H to^^ii^^ '  ��  NEW YEAR aiFTS  Comprising   ���  Purses, Leather Wallets, Toilet  Cases, Mauicure Sets, Writing  Case?, Fountain Pens, and especially a fine line of Work Baskets,  silk lined. These ure made in Chip  Straw Plaited, Rush nndn Willow.  They can be supplied with or without the fittings. An ideal gift for  a lady.  *  &''  '.'Ja&'^S:'J3k.'^����'^2&L'25��'J&i'X:s:l*.'2^''**K' '^ . *��Ofc . -Oas. 00 .0* . 00 .00. O0 .  ��� 00-00-0*"00'00'^'0^'0c0-^^f0&.7zzs,7f&irz&   *��?.^?.^?>*sr*^r.  B  m  B  MORLEY &L AIM  BAKKR STRKET, NELSON, B. C.  Showrooms Mason & Kirch Piano*.  Germans "Jollying" Uncle SamES  BERLIN, December 30.���The small German cruiser Gazelle was today ordered to  sail immediately from Kiel to Venezuelan  waters. The government intends to send  one or two other small warships to reinforce tho present German squadron in the  Caribbean sea. The additions to Germany's  naval, squadron in the Caribbean .will-not  bo suliicient to give rise to suspicions  among the people'of the United States that  Germany meditates anything beyond the  claims due German subjects. The German  government desires, beyond anything else  in this matter, to avoid ��� disturbing .-th*  government or the people of the United  States. The German newspapers published  today contain articles full *of expressions  of this kind, and many of these suggestions  are so near alike that it is easy to infer  their utterance was suggested by the government. A remarkable thing is the fact  that there is not a single unkind expression  towards the United States in any of this  newspaper comment. Even the dispatch  from Washington to a New York newspaper, printed yesterday, to the effpet that  persons of-importance in-the war and navy  departments consider war between Germany and lhe United States to be inevitable, has been reproduced everywhere  throughout Germany, is discussed coollv,  and for the most part treated with incredulity. - * -   ���    -   Prominent Knisftt of Pythias Dead  BENTON HART-tbi*."' Michigan, December 30.���Dr. John Bell, the highest ranking  Knight of Pythias in the world and one  of the best known physicians in southern  Michigan, is dead here. He was also a  prominent member of the Masonic fraternity. He was elected, major-general of tho  Uniform Rank of Knights of Pvthias of  the world in JS9S. He was once mavor of  Benton  Harbor. ;          BUSINESS DIRECTORY.  ARCHITECTS.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE GO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  -WEST=BAKER=STREETrNELSONr=  A. C. EWART, ARCHITECT���ROOM 3,  Aberdeen Block, Baker Street, Nelson.  DRAYAGE.       ~~.  FURNITURE, PIANOS, SAFJiS, ETC.,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser* s Second Hand Store.oWard Street.  FURNITURE.     .  D. J. ROBERTSON & CO.; FURNITURE  dealers, undertakers, and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postoffice building, Vernon Street,"  Nelson.  B  B  B  B  B.  m  B'  B  B  /ft  B  m  SHEKIFF'S SALE.  From all points come protests against  the holding of a .Liberal convention at  Vancouver on the lines proposed by the  provincial executive of the narty.   This  does not'hode good to the party, for If  its leaders insist on a policy that does  not meet with the approval of the rank  and ilie, the party.cannot hope to win  in a contest.   The leaders at the Coast  do not want to conduct ah election ou  party lines.   They want to gain power  through forming combinations that will  make them independent of a man named  .Joseph Martin, who today is the strong-  est .Liberal in the province.    His personal   following  is double   that   of aU  such would-be leaders   as   Templeman,  Bodwell, and Davis combined, and they  know it, hence their attempts to stifle  the party's wishes in a convention made  up of delegates in no sense representative of the party.  "SEAGRAM"  THE LEADING CANADIAN WHISKEY  TRY If  IN BULK, 2, 4, and 7 years old.  IN CASES, '83 and Star.  Delivered from the warehouse in Nelson  Province of British Columbia, Nelson West  Kootenay, to-wit:  By virtue of a writ of Fieri Facias.issued  put of the supreme court of British Columbia, at the suit of Frank Conruyt, plaintiff,  and to me directed against the goods and  chattels of J. J. Fleutot, defendant, I have  seized and taken in execution all. the right,  title and interest of the said defendant, J.  J. I'leutot, in the minoral claims known as  and called "Manhattan," "Rose," "South  1-ork," "Boston," 'Pretoria," and- "Jou-  bert Fractional," all being situate on the  South Fork of Kaslo creek, about five miles  from its mouth, in tho vicinity of the  'Black Fox" group of mineral claims and  recorded in the office of the mining recorder  for the Ainsworth mining division of West  Kootenay district, to recover the sum of  nine hundred and ninety-four dollars and  ^eventy-nye_cents._(?9i)-1.75)._ and ,also_inter���  est on the sum Of nine hundred and ninety-  one dollars and twenty-five cents ($9'*)1.2o)  from the 5th day of December, 1901, until  payment, at the rate of 5 per centum per  annum; besides sheriff's poundage, officer's  fees and all other legal incidental expenses;  all of which I shall expose ior sale, or sufficient thereof to satisfy said judgment,  debt and costs at my office next to the  court house In the city of Nelson, B. C, on  Tuesday the 7th day of January, A. D. 1902,  at tho hour of 11 o'clock ln the forenoon.  Note.���Intending purchasers will satisfy  themselves as to interest and title of thc  said defendant.  S.-p. TUCK, Sheriff of South Kootenay.  Dated at Nelson, B.  C, 21st day of December, 3901.  NOTICE  R. P. RITHET & 00., LTD.  VICTORIA, B. C.  Today the year 1901 comes' to a close  at midnight. For the people of Kootenay, it has not bean as prosperous a one  as was expected. But the pee-ple .ire  young, vigorous, and hopeful, and vigorous youth coupled with hope will yet  make Kootenay one of the richest and  most prosperous sections of Canada.  Common Trick in Placer Mining,  "Salting" gold mines was a common  trick about the Calaveras river in California at one time, and as the gold occurred In spots the ruse was often successful; but in "Rambling in California,"  Mr. Shaw tells of how one of these "salt-  ur*j" met his match.  A. B. GRAY,  Kootenay Representative.  P. O. BOX 521. NE3LSON, B. C.  BEAL ESTATE  AND  JMTO(E��EBS  Agents for Trout Lake Addition  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park.  And J. & J. Taylor safes.  These Bafes can be bought from us on  two year's time -without inteiest  Ward Bros.  333 West Baker Street, Nelson.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 266.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Office:  Two Poors West C. P. B. Office  To the Public and Union Men:  The Trades and Labor Council of llio City of  Kelson liavo declared nil Holds, IteslitiiranLs  and Saloons employing Chinese in or around llio  promises unfair lo organised labor.  The following do not employ Chinese in such  capacity:  VICTORIA HOTKL  CLA UK K HOTICL  TRKMONT IIOTICL  ]\IADI��HN HOTKL  SHKKIiUOOKK HOTKL  GKAVD CKNTKAL HOTKL  LAKH VIKW HOTKL  HOSSLAN" HOTKL r,  GUAM) HOTKL  .KLONDYKK HOTKL  ,:   JOHN SPKAR  MANHATTAN SALOON  HODKGA SALOON  GLUK POT SALOON  CLUH HOTKL  IMPKlilAL KKSTAURANTJ  KOOTKNAY HOTKL   ,       _,  IMPKIHAL SALOON   - '  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  and Transfer  (?&!  All Kinds of  Teaming  Work.  Agonts for Hard and Sofb Coal. Imporial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Lime & Manu*  factoring Company. Goneral commorcial agents  and brokers.  All coal and wood strictly cash on delivery  TKLTCPHON��� 147.  Office 184 BaKer St.  R.REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLKHB OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  One Week  l(St'__^_'^l&'��  ���&S_i��i  "We will offer the balance of our Fall and Winter  Stock at Bargain Prices to clear before stock taking-.  Sale commences Monday, January 6th, 1902.  Ladies' Black  and - Tan Kid  Gloves. Special  Sale price 75c  per pair.  Childrens and  Ladies' Cashmere and Wool  Hose at 25c per  pair.  Bargains  Silk Blouses.  in  Flannelette  Shirt Waists to  clear at 50c.  Black Sateen  Waists at cut  prices.  Ladies' and  Childrens' Un-  dervests and  Drawers from  25c up.  Ladies' Flannelette Wrapeis, former price $1.50,  sale price 75c.  Ladies' Dress  Skirts at $2 up.  Ladies'Ready  to-Wear Suits,  Costumes and  Jackets, Latest  Styles, at half  price.  Wool Dress  Serge in black,  myrtle, grey,  brown and cardinal; former  price 45e, sale  price 25c.  Ladies' Dress  Cloths, complete  stock of Poplins  Serges, Henrietta, in black and  in all the new  shades, at low  Bargain Prices  during the sale.  In our Men's Department we offer  special bargains in Men's Ties, Scarfs,  Gloves, Night Shirts, Shirts and Drawers.  Ladies' Eiderdown Dressing  Jackets at cost.  Flannelette  Night Dresses at  50c. each.  =HBesfcniakesHn=Ladie3=Gorsetsf=Straight=  Fronts.    Bargains in D & A, Crompton,  and other makes.  Ladies Jackets at  JJ52.50 each and up,  less than cost.  Dress Skirts, Suits  Cost u mc-i?.   Mantles  and  Jackets  at  half  price.  31 en's White  Shirts during  sale at $1.00.  Colored and  Regatta Shirts  from 75c up.  Bargains iu  Fleece - Lined  Drawers and  Shirts.  OPEN BACK &  FRONT  House Furnishings Department.���We  offer Special Bargains in All-Wool Grey  and White Blankets, Wool Comforts,  Eiderdown Quilts, etc.  r*  All our stock of Ladies and Children's  Fur Capes, Boas, Muffs and Collarettes at  cost.    Electric Seal Jackets from $25 up.  MILLINERY  See  our   special   trimmed  $3.50 each ready to v/ear.  HATS HALF   PRIOE  DEPT.  Hats  at  Reduced prices in Lace Curtains, Portieres, Table-covers, Quilts, Window-shades  Curtain Poles, Carpets, Art Squares, Rugs  Wool, Tapestry and Brussel Carpets,  Floor Oil Cloths and Linoleums.  B  SALE FOR ONE WEEK ONLY, COMMENCING JANUARY 6th, 1902  &   CO.  Prompt and regular delivery to tbe trader  BKKWERT  AT  NJBIiBON  ^ ���' kSOh* -CKhif' anw d^fe^' 4Wt&r (flBktf ^B__^__0 ��nK ^nf ^Bt_t0 ^^K_\_0 4JBte  B  B  B  B  B  B  m  erfSdl*^'!  .0*  00',  00.00  ��T'*��:  ���^������^���*S'^'**S'*^'-S'^*-^'S��>'-r3'**cB>'-i*5' j5i''-iS'5q^  ij^ *0& * f*^ m0^ *^&* 00 * 00* 00 * 00* 00 * 00* 00 * 00* 00 * 00 ��� r }zm  m  ,1. ...I��!  b?4"&:'^?&!:��5��x^^  .���iM.msm mma >tmm.!wmmat mmmm ii loot  BANK OP H0NTBBA1  CAPITAL, all paid up-..$12,000,000.00  KEST    7,000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       816 531.61  Lord Strathcona and3 Mount Royal ...President-  Eon. Ucorec A. Drummond Vico-Prosidont  E. S. Cloi'aion Gonoral Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Oorner Baker and Kootonay* Streeta,  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all tho principal cities ln Canada.  Bur and sell Sterling Exchango and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commorcial and Trayolore* Crodlts,  available In any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado. Etc.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  IMPERIAL BANK! *  Pald-np Capital,  Reserve Fund,  58.000,000  S2.000.000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President.  B. E. Walker,     '  General Manager  Loudon Office, 60 Lombard Street, ��1. O.  New York  Office, is   Exchange   Place.  and 68 Branches in Canada and the  United Statos.  Savings Bank Branch  OTJRRKNT RATK OH" I .���ITKRK8T FAIB.  STARTLING AND ROMANTIC  M  First Visit to the Goldfields.  In "Behind tlie Scenes in tlio Transvaal" D. M. Wilson has given perhaps  the most startling ana romantic record  of the devious ways of the Boer government in the days before the war that  has ever seen light.    He writes as one.  knowing all the inner secrets of that oligarchy in which Mr. Kruger was tha  ruling spirit; for he was himself, curiously   enough   to relate, a   Transvaal  government official, holding the reponsi-  ble post of gold commissioner of the  first South   African , goldfield,   and   in  constant communication   with   the   ex-  president.  A Cape Colonist of English descent, he  early in life went to the El Dorado of  the Transvaal, apparently iu 1SS-1.   The  country was then bankrupt    Mr. Kruger 'had   just   left   for   Europe,   after  drawing   out   of   the   Standard    Bank  ��2000 of the  ��2400  that stood  to the  credit ol* tlie" Boer government.   It was  Mr. AVilson wlio,  by his own account,  in the face of every impediment,������provided for the wants of the Uoer...exchequer  by developing the De Knap goldfields.  When the news tliat a rich reef ������had  been discovered,  he journeyed to Pretoria to induce the authorities to pro-  ���"claim the'district a goldfield.   When he  readied the presidency Mr. Kruger was  out..'   "lie returned shortly, carrying a  rOl! of tobacco. As ho presented me with  part of it lie remarked, 'See what our  burghers have come to, I've just bought  this ten-pound   roll   of   tobacco   for a  shilling, and we have just half a crown-  in the Standard Bank to  keep .our account open.' "  The opening of the gold field was sanctioned,   but* in ��� .'such*"a manner that  it  might be possible to bleed  \'_ie. diggers  in .the future, and with the proviso, contrary to' the convention of London, the  ink on which w'as* scarcely   dry,  that  "****'- -**I)ui'gners~aniF'Al'ricans were, to be given  the benefit of all privileges aud adyan-  *",.   ta^es. >   * . .........  A curious account is given of the  then president's first visit to the gold-  field. He was in very bad humor, and  the manner in which the diggers received him added to his displeasure. "Tlie  remarks of the crowd on the personal  appearance of the president," says tho  author, "were not calculated to remove  the bad impression he."had' formed of  them. It must be admitted that the  dirty, travel-stained look of his honor  hardly harmonized with the popular  idea as to what a state president ought  to Jook like. "The criticisms were of tiie  brutally free and jocular character peculiar to rough crowds." Tlie Utilanders  afterwards paid dearly l'or their freedom  of tongue.  Of the Boer administration, Mr. Wilson has many stories to tell which illus-  =ti'ate=i ts=i ntolerab I c^cl ish on es t-y-and*=cor-=  ruption. Almost any crime could be  committed by a burgher \Vith impunity,  provided that the person who suffered  by the crime was an Englishman or a  Kaffir. Two Boers named Goetzee, for  instance, murdered and robbed a prospector named Close. They were not  even arrested for the crime, and when  months or years afterwards Dr. Leyds  moved in tlie matter and imprisoned  one of them, the Transvaal government,  liberated him at once, "A record, however brief." says the author, "of similar crimes committed in the Transvaal  during the past twenty years, would  stagger humanity.' "  Of that "noble peasant," Mr. Kruger.,  the writer's opinion is in the highest  degree unfavorable. "If I were asked  to name the most striking characteristics of Paul Kruger, they would be  selfishness and indifference to the interests of his country as distnet from the  interests of the individual." Even the  Boer farmers whom ho professed to reward with special favor had no cause  to feel gratitude toward him. He was  venal to excess. "The benefit of the  people" was a phrase often in his mouth,  but its real meaning was "the benefit  of Paul Kruger & Company, Limited."  With the connivance of tho raad, he  managed to acquire a vast area of land,  in all 000,000 acres, at an outlay of ��500.  Besides this, he and his nominees had  other immense holdings, dishonestly obtained for the most part, so that Mr.  Wilson states that it is "safe to say that  ho owned a larger amount of land than  any private individual in the world."  It remains to be seen if he will be allowed to retain his plunder, or whether  tlie British administration will, as it has  every right to do, compel him to disgorge.  He has taken ample   precautious to  place himself beyond the reach of want.  "To my knowledge, he had ��700,000 in  Java, where it was invested under the  advice of Dr. Leyds, who was supposed  to be an authority on the Dutch East  Indies.   Statements made to mo by per-  \  sons in a position to know justify me  ' '*in assessing the actual  cash value of  his possessions at two and a half millions * * * The very probable discovery  of gold on any of his numerous farms  J'might at any time have increased  his  ''���-. wealth to an enormous extent, so thit  there are few persons of whom it may  be said with gi4ater truth than of Paul  Kruger that he possesses the poten^l-  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present rate  three per cont.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  ities of wealth beyond the most extravagant dreams." ���'  o Yet he would never contribute a subscription to his indigent burghers. In  the Malaboch campaign the Boers on  commando were suffering great privations, and a fund-to provide them with  comforts was raised, at Pretoria. Mr.  Kruger's contribution was "one bag of  tobacco, worth at the outside 30s." And  even the tobacco was <jnly promised at  some future date, which, needless" to  say, never arrived.  On the potentalities of the Transvaal  Mr. Wilson writes in the most glowing  terms. "An unexplored treasure house"  is his phrase for the country. There are  unknown, or almost unknown and quite  unworked deposits of gold, silver, copper, tin, arsenic, platiniim, diamonds,  opals, and, in short, practically every  metal or mineral of value. And it is a  man familiar with the gold fields and  the country who thus speaks. He himself states that he knows of line reefs  which were abandoned as unproductive  in- the earlier days of the mining industry, before the cyanide process enabled ores assaying only in pennyweights to be worked with p.roiit.  OIF    C~AJSTj��JDj&.  THE   HAGUE   CONVENTION  Capital (paid up)   -   $2,600,000  Rest       -       -       -    $1,850,000  HEAD  OFFICK. TORONTO, ONTA.RIO.  Branches in Northwest Territories, Provinces of  British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.  H. S. HOWLAND ".. President.  D. K. WILKIK Qeneral Mana��er.  E. HAY Inspector.  NELSON   BRANCH,  BURNS BLOCK.  A general banking business transacted.  Savings Department,���Deposits received and  interest- allowed.  Drafts bold, available in all part of Canada,  United States and KJurope.      *  Special attention givon to coll       ns.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  weight championship of the world. According to .the articles of agreement the contest  will take place somo time between March  T7th and April 30th, MM. The match is for  20 rounds, Queensbury rules to govern, before the club offering the best inducement.  Japanese General Resigns.  YOKAHAMA, December 30. ��� Goneral  Baron Yamaguehi, who commanded the  Japanese troops in: China, has resigned the  fifth division of the Japanese army. The  general's action was due to the fact that  public charges of looting had been brought  against him.   To Be Near Scene of Action.  NORFOLK, December 30.���The United  States cruiser Prairie sailed this morning  for Port of Spain, Trinidad, near the coast  of Venezuela.   .  Bankrupt Stock  CIGARS AND TOBACCOS  ^���_a  ^'^'^���^Q$\<��&&  DISPATCH IS THE SOUL OF BUSINESS  This is always true, but never more so than in the holiday season of the Jewelry business,  when the loss of a day in filling an order means the loss of a sale. Our customers know bow  promptly we fill orders. If you are not one now, this is the best time of all the year to test  the truthfulness of our claim that  WE   FILL  ORDERS  ON   THE  DAY  RECEIVED  NOT  TOMORROW  OR   NEXT   WEEK  You must not forget  that   our   house   is   headquarters   for   "Waltham,  Elgin and" Deuber-  ., ��   Hampden Watches iu an endless variety of cases, from, the most plain and  inexpensive  to  the  I    best examples of artistic decoration in gold and jeweled work,  B  Diamonds.  JACOB DOVER,  G. P. R. Time Inspector  " THE JEWELER."  NELSON, B.C.  B  B  B  B  B  q\  B  B  B  B  m  > >���> '-S '^ '-5? '^' JS ��S ���-��}- ���-���& '-3S -^ vSa- \3s -^ ��� ^ ��� > ^ 'f  ���0'0'i0'^0'00'^'00'/^'^0* ______!��� ..imi'^ST^ST^S^^SyS'i^t'^^^Ki' r  Will Be the Basis.  WASHINGTON,, ������Decmeber  30.���The  state  department   received   a  dispatch  from Mexico City, making clear tor the  iirst time what is to bo expected on the  subject of arbitration, which has  been  the most important and the most difficult problem   before   the   Congress of  American Republics,   'trie advices came  from Mr. Buchanan, the American delegate who was assigned to look after  this particular question.   He states that  an agreement on the lines of The-Hague  conference appears to  be favorable by  the majority of the republics, and that  this probaply will be the basis of action  to he taken by the congress.   He also  states that the republics''which*** desira  to get further than The Hague agreement very likely will sign an independent convention for compulsory arbitration. .-��The congress'is -rapidly drawing  to  a close and  another fortnight will  probably bring a final adjournment. '  ��� WASHINGTON,    December   30.���The  understanding here is that the following  countries are favorable   to   arbitration  according to The Hague plan, namely,  the United States, Mexico, Chili, Colombia, Ecuador, Hayti, "Nicaragua, Salvador, Costa Rica, and Honduras.   There  is some doubt as'.to Brazil and Guata-  mela, but the latter is expected to join  the  other Central American  countries  in favor of non-compulsory arbitration.  The countries which   sign  an independent convention for compulsory arbitration are Argentina, Venezuela, San Domingo, Peru, Boliva, Uruguay, and Paraguay.    That   Venezuela   should   favor  =c^miQUJsory==aiibitration==causes==Rome=  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 than  wholesale rates. Showcases and  fixtures for sale.  W. A. Thurman  A Beautiful Home  A1 visit to our Big Show Rooms just now will convince you that we have all the requisites to make a  home beautiful.  ARTISTIC 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  what we say���we have the goods and our PRICES  ARE RIGHT.  P. Burns & Co.  NOTICE  surprise here, but it is said to be due to  president Castro's desire to force the  Colombian controversy to arbitration.  The position of San Domingo grows out  of her boundary difficulty with Hayti.  This was referred to the pope, but as  satisfactory progress has not been  made, San Domingo now wants compulsory arbitration. In case xhe Hague  Convention is accepted as the basis of  an agreement, it will provide means and  a moral inlluenco for adjusting various  differences by arbitration, and yet each  country will he left free to determine  whether arbitration shall be applied to  any case in which it is concerned.  TO OUR CUSTOMERS:  Owing to our large losses on collections  during the past year and determining to  treat all alike hereafter, we have instructed  our driver3 to allow no credit on and after  January 1st, l'M2. Hoping you will recognize the justness of the change, we remain,,  your obedient servants,  KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY.  Nelson, December 17th, 1901.  DBUB STORE BABLY CLOSING  J. G. Bunyan &Co.  "GOOD CHEER" STOVES AND RANGES  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at  Nelson,  Rossland, Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, New,  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Olty, Mid  way, and Vancouver. -     ��  ����������������� ^������ .  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  .     - WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  ON AND APTEE JANUAEY 1st.  The public is notified that on and after  January  1st  our  places  of  business  will  **<H6so_at=9~o'ciock���every night exceptT~Sal>  urday and the day preceding a public holiday.  Sunday hours 10 to 12 a. m., 2:30 to 4:30  p. m., 6:30 to 8:30 p. m.  CANADA BOOK & DRUG CO., Ltd.,  "W. F. TEETZEL & CO.,  J. PI. VANSTONE.  Big Racing Stakes Announced  NEW* YORK, December 30.'���Tlie Coney  Island Jockey Club 1ms Issued a list of  stakes, twenty-four in ull, which will bo  deckled n.e.\t year at Shccp.sheud Bay.  There are twenty-three stakes for the  spring and full mooting, and ono, the Futurity, l'or 1U0-I. All the stakes close on January 2nd, 1!W2. The value of the stakes will  amount to $250,000. To each stake Is added  a large amount of money. In several of the  events the sums added have been Increased.  When the entries are received they will be  worth more money in the aggregate than  any similar number of stakes offered by  any racing association in this country.  The Futurity stakes of 1904 will probably  be the richest of that kind in the world,  and as all the breeders have been entering the mares freely of late, the race promises to reach the high-water mark of $80,-  000 in-value. This race, combined with the  twcnty-lhree stakes for 1902, will be worth  in the aggregate the groat sum of $191,000.  Besides these stakes, there will be other-  night sweepstakes, which will be worth  $00,000 more.   Express Strong Disapproval.  GRAND FORKS, December 30.���The Liberal Association of Columbia have adopted  resolutions expressing strong disapproval  of tho proposal to hold a Liberal convention at Vancouver, and protesting against  the alleged unfair basis of representation  in the convention as regards the Kootenays  and the remainder of the Interior. Another  resolution declares that the association  will not bo bound by the decision of the  said convention; ���  Big Dry Goods Store Burned,  VICTORIA. December'.'*.���Spencer's Arcade, on Government street, in this city,  tho largest dry goods establishment in the  province, was destroyed by flre on Saturday night. The place was discovered to be  on lire about 10 o'clock, and although the  lire department responded promptly, the  establishment was completely gutted. Tho  loss is estimated at $100,000.  Two Heavyweights Matched.  PROVINCIAL SECRETARY'S OFFICE.  His Honour the Lieutenant-Governor In  Councjl has been pleased to make the following appointment:  Frank \V. Hardy of Ymir, Esquire, to  perform the duties of a deputy mining recorder, at Ymir, for tho Nelson mining division, during the absence upon leave of  Mr. A. B. Buckworth, J.P.  We are in the market again tbis season with this line of  Stoves. After handling them for a numb.er of years we are  convincEd that they are the only Stoves that give  ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION.  Call and see our large and complete line.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  Importers and Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hard-ware.  K. W. 0 BLOCK  WARD STREET  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  CLASSIFIED ADS..  ��� ARTICLES FOR SALE.  "^SEWING''MACHINES  OF  ALL  KINDS  for sale or rent at the Old Curiosity Shop.  FOR   RENT.  TREMONT HOUSE  ^821=T0^331=BAK:ER-STRBET,=NELS0N-  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 26 Cents to $1  NOTIOE.  Notice is hereby given that a court of revision and appeal for the Nelson assessment district -will be held in the court  house, Nelson, on Saturday, January the  llth, 1902, at 10 o'clock a. m.  JOHN A.  TURNER,  Judge of the Court of Revision and Appeal.  Nelson, B. C, 23rd December. 1901.  NEW' YORK, December 30.���Jeffries and  Sharkey were matnhed this evening for a  contest   which   will   Involve   the   heavj  NOTIOE.  In the matter of an application for a duplicate  of a Certificate of Title to an undivided half o  Lot 12, Block 11 in tho Town of Nelson.  Notice ia hereby given that it is my intention  to issue at the expiration of one month from the  first publication hereof a duplicate of the Certificate of Title to ihe above mentioned undivided  half of Lot 12, Block 11 in the Town of Nelson In  the name of JoReph Hetherington Bowes, which  Certificate is dated tho 8th day oi November,  1897, and numbered lGlic.  H. F. MACLEOD.  Land Registry Office, District Registrar.  Nelson, B.C., 3rd December, 1901.  A COMPLETE LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  "Windows  Inside Finish  local aud coast).  Flooring  looal and ooaofo.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Bough and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds  IV WHAT TOTJ WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL MAKK IT *TOB TOO  CALL AND GflT PRICES,  SVJadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets,  Nelson.  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under ona management since 1890.  The bed-roome are well furnished and  lighted by electrtcuy.  The bar is always Btocicea oy the best  domestic and Imported liquors amd cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  j. A. Sayward  BALL AND LAKg 8TRBICTS, KPtWON  HOTEL  FO'.: RENT ��� Eight-room house, with  bath, on Mill street, between Hall and  Hendryx. Apply ut premises. Mrs. A. Man-  son. ..*..'*."  TO 'LET.���FOUR ROOM COTTAGE ON  Park street, opposite hospital. Rent, including water, $12 per month. Apply E. Kilby,  next door to Rossland Hotel, Vernon street.   ^"LODGERS.        ~  _ FOR ROwi AND TABLE BOARD. AP-  -Ply-ihird~h~ousB-wosr"Of~Ward on Victoria  street.  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.���CORNER OF  Baker and Josephine Streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers tn assayers' supplies.  Agents for Denver Fire Clay' Company.  NOTICES OF MEETINGS.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T.'M.-  Regular meetings flrst and third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir Knights  are cordially ^invited to attend. Dr. W.  Rose, K. K.; A.���, \V. Purdy, Com.; G. A.  Brown, P. C.  A  NELSON LODGE, NO/ 23, A. F. Sc  each month. -Sojourning brethren  A. M., meets second Wednesday In  invited. *  ELECj���&AJ^Sl^LIES^___  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY &  Construellon .Company���Wholesale dealers  ln telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries, electric fixtures and appliances. Houston Block, Nelson.  BAKER   STREET.   NBLSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and flrst-  class dining room. Sample rooms for com'  merclal men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  N|rs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  *Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  OF    COURSE    YOU   WANT    THE    BEST*  THEN   GO   TO  ARTHUR    GEE  in Tremont Block.  Ho will suit you.  Large stock of imported season's goods.  NEWLING & CO.  AUCTIONEER, VALUERS, ETO.  Kootenay Streot. next door to Oddfellows' Hall  j\0, ~ ��� " ���  Telephone 115  ORDER YOUR  Tklei'honk 35  COAL  FROM  NELSON FREIGHTING AND TRANSFER CO.  ANTHRACITE AND ROSLYN  ALWAYS ON HAND  Office: Uaker Street,  HOTEL   ROSSLAND.  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best dollar a day  house in town. House and furniture new  and flrst class in every respect. Lighted  by gas. Room and board ?5 to ?C per  week. No Chinese employed here.  O'LAUGHLIN, Proprietor.  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT  THB  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT  THE  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  The   Manhattan  JOSEPHINE STREET  ALL THE BEST BRAND8  LIQUOR8   AND   CIGARS.  '[ fRSH AN^SALT^ALGATS.   V. BUHNS & CO., BAIvlill STJtlSKT,  Nelson, wholesale Uoiilers ln rrcsh und  cured meats. Cold storage.  GROCRIES.  NELSON AERIE, NO. 22. F. O. E.���  Meets second and fourth Wednesday of  each month at Fraternity Hall. George  Bartlett, president; J. V. Morrison,' secretary.  NELSON ROYAIjLiAJlCJ UCKAETEIi-NO. -  -123,-"G~R. C.���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning  companions   invited.   Charles   G.  Mills, Z.; Thomas J. Sims, S. E.  TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIM-  lted, Vernon Street, Nelson, wholesale  grocers.  JOHN CHOLDITCH & CO. ��� FRONT  Street, Nelson, wholesale grocers.  A. MACDONALD & CO.���CORNER OF  Front and Hall Streets, Nelson, wholesale  grocers and jobbers in blankets, gloves,  mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws, and miners' sundries.  J. Y. GRIFFIN & C���FRONT STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in provisions,  cured meats, butter and eggs.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.���CORN UK  Vernon and Josephine Streets, Nelson,  wholesalo dealers In liquors, cigars, und  dry goods. Agents for l'abst I.-frewing Company of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing  Company of Calgary.  IMPERIAL BBEWIM COMPANY  EMERSON & REISTERER.  BREWERS OF THE BEST  LAGER BEER  STEAM BEER  AND PORTER  When you want the Best, ask for  IMPERIAL BEER.  MINERS' UNION, NO. 90, \V. F." of M.���  Meets in Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley Streets, every.  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting  members welcome. J. It. McPherson, president; James Wilks, secretary. Union scala  of wages for Nelson district per shift: Machine men ��3.50, hamniersmen $3.__o, muckers, carmen, shovelers, and other underground laborers $3.  UARUERS' UNION, NO. 1W, OF THB  international Journeymen Barbers' "Union  of America, meets llrsi and third Mondays  ot euch inonlli In Miners' Union J-lnll ut  S::iO sharp. Visiting .members Invited. It.  McMahon, president; J. 1-1. Matheson, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardiner, recording  secretary. ���  LAUNDRY WORKKKS" UNION ���  Meets at Miners' Union Hall on fourth  Monday in every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  m. 11. Pape, president; A. \V, McFee, sec-  re tary.  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WED-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  In Miners' Union Hall. John Burns, sr.,  president, William Raynard, secretary.  Bartlett    House  Fonnorly Clarko Hotel.  The Beet $1 per Day House ln NoIsod.  Nono but whito help employed.   Tho bar tho  beet.    C. W. BARTLETT, Proprietor  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  JT. H. McMANUS, Maa&cer.  Bar stocked -with beat brands of wlnea,  liquor*, aa* cigars. Beer on draught. Large  oomfortabla cmw. First olass taUtt boaxtfL  PAINTERS' UNION MEETS THE FIRST  and third Fridays In each month at Miners'-  Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. Walter R. Kee,  president; Henry Bennett, secretary.  COOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION, NO.  Ill, "W. L. U.. meets at Miners' Union HaU  second and last Tuesdays In each month at  8':30 p. m. sharp. A. B. Sloan, president; J.  P. Forrestoll, secretary; H. M. Fortier, financial secretary.  PLASTERERS' UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening in the Elliot Block, at 8  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; William  Vice, secretary.   P. O. Box 101.  THE CLUB HOTEL  E. J. 0UEEAN, Proprietor.  VOTE FOE  BIG SCHOONER OF BEER  0E HALP-AND-HALI.  lOe  Tho only good Beer in Nelson.-  TOM AND JERRY  To the King's taste. -���^:;-:n-:-:*;:!-ii*i.*  ���MNtWIH  ssse-sa  THE NELSON TOIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING,  DECEMBER 31, 1901  is- -  l-^T-jr!  'WOBABGAIN DAYS  DECEMBER 30th and 31st.  We hereby thank the public generally for  their generous patronage during 1901, and especially  for their appreciation of our Holiday efforts to  supply suitable Gifts at fair prices. We have decided to give the public an opportunity of  securing. '  GREATER  ~BARGAINS  during the last two days of 1901 than has ever  been given in our line of goods in Nelson. Following are a few of the snaps we are offering:  jf; 25 Sets Standard Authors  Five vplumes. Cloth, in box^ Regular price $2.50,  at $1.10.  RAILWAY TIME TABLE  CANADIAN PACIFIC SYSTEM  LKAVE  5 a. m.  Daily.  LEAVE  0:40 p. in.  Daily  6:40 p. m.  Daily  8 a. in.  8 a. in.  CROW'S NKST RAILWAY  Kuskonook, Creston, Movie,  Cranbrook, Marysville, Fort  Steele, Klko, l-'ei-nie, Michel,  Bluii-iiioro, Frank, Macleod,  Lcthbriduc, Winnipeg, and  all jJastcrn points.  I p. 111.  Daily.  COLUMBIA & KOOTKNAY  RAILWAY  Hobson, Nakusp, Arrowhead,  Ucvel.stokc, and all points east  and west on C.RIt. main line.  Robson, Trail and Rossland.  Kobion, Cascide, Grand  Folk's, iJli<em\, tjioonwood  and 11 id way.  (Daily except Sund.ij)  Robson, Ti.nl and Rossland.  (Daily eveept Sunday)  ARRIVE  10:10 p.m.  Daily  10:10 p.m.  Daily  10.10 p.m.  11.33 a.m.  LEAVK  10 a. in.  SLOCAN RIVER RAILW'Y  Slocan Cily, Sihcrton, New  Demei. 'Iluce Fuiks, Sandon  (Daily except Sunday)  ARRIVE  3 10 p. in.  LEAVE  i p. m.  i p. in.  KOOTKNAY  LAKE  STKAMI50ATS  Balfour, I'llotBay.Ainsvkoith  ivaslo and all Way Landings,.  (Daily except bundaj)  Lardo and all points on the  L udo A* Tiout Lake Blanch  (Tuesd.ijs, Tliuisdajsand   Satin da*) a.)  ARRIVE  11 a. in.  11 a.m  GREAT NORTHERN SYSTEM.  #  Depot  51.40 a.111  Mount'u,  10:'K)a.in  Dailj.  Ll"/AVl*i  ivaslo  7 a ui.  Kelson  G-00 p. in.  Daily  NEI,SONT  &   FORT   SHItt*  '     'l'AUD RAILWAY     ���  Ymn, Salmo, Kric, Waneta,  Vortlipoi I, Rossland, Coh ilie  and Spokane.  Making thiough connections  at Spokane to the south,   east and vest.  KOOTKNAY LAKK  STKAJlBOATo  Balfour, Pilot Cay, Ainsworth  Kaslo and all VV.ij Landings  ARRIVE  Depot.  0:15 p.m.  Mount'in  5 oi) p. 111.  Dailj  Aitim is  Kaslo  1:?0 p. in.  Nelson  10:30 a.m.  Dailj  o "����� o  %  Waverly Novels  CITY AND DISTRICT.  rJ he Nelson Camp ol Odd Fellows will  hold an "at home ' on January 17th in Fia-  termtj  Ii.ill.  J AV fatewait and P Welch, Uvo of the  best known i,nlwa> eontiactois in the  West, aie stopping ac the Phair.  Charles St Bai be, who made his home  in Nelson since IblM, has gone back to Kng-  land and is said to be a very sn.lt man.  R O Matheson, lately of Silveiton but  now ol Frank, is the talhei of the lust  boy born in tho coming coal mctiopolis  of Albeita.  Mrs Fred S Clements will receive New  Year s Dav, and will also be "at home"  Januaiy 2nd and 3id Residence coiner  ot  Will  and Cedar sueets  Snowshoe and ilia M'tu-keiwia & Mann  mines at Phoenix has been declared oft', so  it is reported. The pumps have been ordered pulled out of the Mackenzie & Mann  mines.  Druggists' Early Closing.  The druggists have formed a combine on  the hours lor closing their stores. The public, under the impression that druggists  and their clerks never sleep, are in the  habit of calling at all hours for articles  that are not always necessary to prolone  lit a iu an emergency. Hereafter the drug  stores in Nelson will close their places of  business at 9 o'clock p. ni., except on Saturdays and days immediately preceding  public holidays. This is a move in the right  direction.       ��  Bad Politics.  Joe Martin has the Coast Liberal machinists badly scared They want a coiuention  to declaie Bodwell provincial leader, but  they are afraid to call one that is on the  square lor fear that Joe will capture it.  These t_rninciii statesmen ��� LibeiaU for  ie\enue only���Imac put up a scheme to beat  Joe. They ha\e in their mind's eye a convention at which a retinue ol belt-appointed  llunkcy delegates Irom Victoila will ha\ e  a m.ijoiity vote, and m Older to woik the  scheme out piopeily they have invited Lib-  eial clubs liom iuteiior points to send  delegates on such a basis of repiosenta-  tion as would not pcimil them to out-vote  the ilunkica  This looks bad Rumor has it that IS. V.  Bodwell is to get $50,000 it ho puts the V  V As ifl bonus through It is also leported  that .the Ottawa government will take gojd  rare of Bodwell 11 he is elected in Victoria  The idea is like this If Dunsinuli cannot  contiol a inajouty when the house meets  Joly will simply lue him and, without the  lounnlity of an election, call on Bodwell.  In return for such fa\ors Bodwell will be  expected to hand ovei a solid Liberal party  ioi Dominion pui poses as well as provincial The only question is Bodwell s abilitv  to deliver the goods To sort of establish  himselt, Bodwell wants to call a ilunkey  coiuention and name himself leader  This kind of politics may look good lo  professionals, hacks and grafters, but it  looks like petty larceny to the people who  ha\ o the votes The small cunning which  will pacic a convention to keep it fiom being repiesentative can nevei provide biains  for a leader. Joe Martin is a better man  with the people today than he ever was,  and all these convention-stulHng self-appointed Liberal superiorities will ne\ej-  keep him down. They should know that  by now. They have spent barrels of money  to delcat him and they have declared him  dead thiough every purchasable newspaper  and from every public platform in British Columbia, but if Joe's mangled ic-  malns lay a thousand feet beneath a Slocan miow slide and his ghost appeared at  this Libeial convention and swore on a  stack ol bibles from here to Three Forks  that he was really dead those meicenarv  Coast politicians would carefully search  that ghost to see it it had not a bunch ot  popular is=ucs cached somewhere about its  clothes ���Sandon Paystreak.  to  to  to  QX  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Portland Cement  J he Brick  Fire Clay-  Sheet Iron  T Rails  Ore Cars  Blowers  Exhausters  Pumps  Graniteware  ���Tinware  HARDWARE AND IRON MERCHANTS  HEATING STOVES  COOKING STOVES  AND" RANGES  STORES AT  to  to           m   n �� NELSON, B. C. KASLO, B. C. SANDON, B. C.  iti  w  a:  il.  il-  if  Vii!  V."  V-  is-  ��� >'  i i  '!.    *���  ,1  '     1  Twelve volumes, were  $10,   now   $4.50.  Parkman,   Thackeray,    Elliot,    Dickens,  Sets   bf  Carlyle,  *C#-ii  Lytton, etc., at correspondingly low prices.  Pictures and Photo Frames  These goods all new were pronounced Perfect  Bargains at the Marked Prices. They are Snaps  at 25% off these prices.  Autoharps and Violins  At just one-half of the Regular Prices.  New Novels      M  Eight hundred of the   New   Novels.    75  cent  editions at 37^   cents   each.    This   is  an   oppor-  -Aunity-of-securing-a���supply��� of��� current��� fiction���at-  prices that cannot be duplicated anywhere.  Chinaware  Just a hint that we are Clearing Out some  lines of our popular Chinaware without regard to  values. Cups and Saucers, Bread and Butter  Plates, Chocolate Sets, Vases, etc.  Cameras  At 25 per cent off the list prices.  ("Camera Fiends"  know that this means below cost.)  Fancy (roods Department  In our Fancy Goods Department there are  endless bargains still left. Goods are all new  and in good condition. <  Doll and Toy Department \  All that is left of our Doll and Toy Department is included in the bargain list.  George C. Tunstall, Jr., is back fiom a  business trip to the Boundaiy, which he  repoits in \eiy good condition, providing  alway.s that copper does not so below 11  cents a pound.  ��  The finest piece ot oie seen in Nelson for  many a day was on exhibition in The Tribune ollice >esterday afternoon It came  from the Ottawa mine, neai Sloean City,  and would assay In the neighborhood of  0000 ounces silver to the ton  The lehearsal of the Oratorio chorus was  held in St. Paul's chuich last evening and  was attended by over fortv .members The  rehearsal was veij successful undei the  baton of Heir Steiner, and the pei foi m-  ance, which will be given in the opeia  house about the end ol January, promises  to be one oi high ment The next 1ehe.11 sal  will tano place in St. Paul's church on  Saturday c\ening  Detiirmined to Die.  CHARLOTTE, Prince Edward Tsland,  December 30.���Nell Matlneson, IS yea if. old,  committed suicide heie this morning. Ue  belonged to Summerside and had come to  the citj to make application for enlistment  tor South Atrica lie, procuied a bottle ot  acid undei the pretension of using It for  soie lingoi.    Verdict of Accidental Death.  LIVERPOOL, Decembei 30 -At the inquest held heie toaay on the death ol William Baxter Haines of Rochester, New  York, a \ oi diet ot accidental death was  given flames was seized with an epileptic  lit last Saturday and tell out of the bed  His thioac was compressed and he  sti angled.  We have purchased the Madson Stock at a low rate on the dollar.   It consists of  CLOTHING, GENTS FURNISHINGS, BOOTS, SHOES, HAT, CAPS,  RUBBERS   AND   BLANKETS.  ���Mi  Scotch Dies Miserably Poor.  BELFAST, December 30���A well-known  Ssottish artist, John Dalrymple, died of  staivation here on Christmas night His  body was found in miserably squalid surroundings Dalrymple exhibited at the  Royal Academy and took tlnoe lirst pnzes  for designs at the Paris exhibition.  ALL THESE  GOODS TOGETHER WITH TH��  BALANCE OF OUR  WLL 8E SOLD  AT  OR,    LINDEN     THE-  DRY GOODS  HOLESALE COST  . This is a rare opportunity at the right time of the year to get FALL AND WINTER  GOODS at prices never before heard of in Nelson. 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.  ��  #  Session Was Short and Sweet.  The cit> council mot last night and  transacted little business Mayoi Fletchei  and aldermen iiwng, Selous, Hamilton,  and Gillett weie piesent ^. communication  was read Irom ex-cli.ef Lillie of the ii.e  depai iinent, asking mat lie be paid a  month s saiarj As Ali i_,illie was suspended without Uiaigos being either pietenea  or any lair investigation neid, ins request  seems a leasonabJe one The city cierk,  who at li'nco takes upon nimsell me uuiieo  -and-functions-jl -i.lii,-<_ity council���chipped"  in and said lie had coiioulted tlie uiy solicitor regaining the matter, and the cn\  solicitor bad told him Lillie could not collect a months salary liom the eiti.  Aldeiman living salu, as the letter had  just been laid betoio the council, ho uia  not understand what ngnt the rfty cierk  had to usurp the authority of the council,  and as a member of the council he wanted  the letter referred to the city solicitor for  a written opomion. The letter was so interred.  At this stage of tho session the mayor  announced that he had to take part in a  curling game at me skating rink. He was  excused, and alderman Hamilton was  voted to the chair. A number of accounts  were passed.  Alderman Irving wanted' to know when  the voters' lists would be printed. The  city clork replied that the lists were in the  hands of thc printer, and that they would  probably be ready in two or three da\'s.  The session was then adjourned, and ihe  year VMl has seen the last of the present  council.  Marconi Goes to Ottawa,  MONTREAL, December 30���Marconi lelt  for Ottawa this evening Ho was entertained at luncheon today by manner  Campbell of the Dempster sleamslvp lino,  whose passenger steamers dining the past  season were equipped with the Marconi  system.  Get a Second Dividend.  MONTREAL, December 30 ���The National  Trust Company has "mailed" checks' "to "the  shai eholdeis of the-deftinct-AVestern-Loaii-  & Tiust Company, repicsenling the second  dividend declared So far the shareholders  ha\c lecened 2*3 cents on the dollar, representing $12S,000  CO.  Iiil  !,!  Hlii on peninsula to secure lecruits for the  Halifax sainson.  Uncle Sam Will Get the Orders,  "WELLINGTON, New Zealand, December  30 ���Thc government of New Zealand has  decided in the future to secure all steel  budges tiom the United States.  Second Batch Anives at Montreal.  MONTREAL, December 30���The second  western contingent arnved tonight over  lhe Canadian i'acilic. All aie well and lea\e  in the morning for H.ilita\  Showed Little Trace of Sickness  LUIS'dun, December SO.���lving Edward  and queen Alexandra went to Sandringham  this afternon. Owing to the recent illness  of her majesty, unusually large crowds  lined the route to the railroad. The queen  looked alert and bright and showed little  trace of sickness.  ma  :&������  -Wfyi-  ' K��    __..    '.    'T  DON'T  PAIL  TO  CALL IN AND SEE  ,IF THE FACTS DO NOT TALLY  WITH  THE  AD.  CANADA DRUG  Oppose the Provincial Executive.  The Nel.son Liberal Association met last  night in the board or trade rooms. The  chair was occupied by president Gibson,  and In the absence of secretary Tunstall,  that position was lilled by VV*. Rutherford.  About twenty members of the association  were present, the other hundred odd being in attendance at the curling games at  the skating rink.While the action taken  on the Vancouver convention was a tride  politic, the two resolutions; adopted if  they mean anything mean tliat a convention to be representative of the-party must  be attended by delegates duly chosen by  the members of the party, and that the list  ot honorary delegates should, be conlined  to the president and secretary of the provincial executiye committee. The meeting  last night was thc lust one at which John  Ayton Uibson will preside as president, as  tomorrow he becomes a Dominion official���  postmaster of Nel.son.  Captains Get a Bonus. u  CLEVELAND, December 30.-.-The Pittsburg Steamship Company has announced  that it will give the masters of its 112  vessels a bonus ranging from $100 to $190  for tlieir work during tlie past season.  Hunting Up Recruits.  TORONTO, December SO.���Sergeant-instructor Thompson of No. 2 regimental  depot  left   here   today   for  a   tour  of  the   Humored Eailway-purchase*^  LONDON, December 30���It is rumoied  heie that Charles T Yeikes has bought the  Uaker Stieet Waterloo Tube tail-way tor  Ju250,000 stoiling.  !,<_***********************************************$.*��*%_.  Former Bank Manager Dead.  TORONTO, December 30.���AV. H. Holland, formerly manager of the Dominion  Bank at Oshawa and Whitby, died at Cobo-  conk on Saturday.  Presented Him With Triplets.  MONTREAL, December 30.���The wife of  John Mooney, a member of. the .Montreal  lire department, today presented him with  triplets, all  boys.  The Athabasca will serve a free hot lunch  tonight. Everybody invited to spend the  last night of the old year with us.  THERE ARE A FEW LINES SUITABLE FOR CHRISTMAS GIFTS WHICH  WE ARE OFFERING AT VERY LOW PRICES.  English, French and  American  Perfumes.  Hand Mirrors  -Ladies-T-raveling-Oases-  Ladies' Dressing Oases  Gents' Traveling Oases  Ladies' Purses and Card  Oases.  Gents' Purses and Wallets  -Ohatelaine-Bags-  :ii  Perfume Atomizers  Hair Brushes of all kinds  I  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.     .(4  ���m  %333333 '*9* S^*********-* ���*���**���**���*���**���* **-*9*****-*-*99*99**99*i'  When at Erie, 33. C, stop at the Mersey  hotel.  Mrs.  M.  Collins,  proprietress.   WANTED, f- GALVANIC BATTERY.  Must be. of modern con'struction and cheap.  Address B, Tribune.  Fop the  fj..  & BOOK CO, Ltd.  m  .S2*wr  ��*$���?'  North Star Mine to Resume.  Frank Robbins of tlie North Star mine  stated a few days ago, says the Moyie  Leader, -that the company had decided to  reopen the mine at once, and would resume  operations as soon as tlieir crew of men  could be got together, rt will likelv be some  time before shipments are resumed, the old  conlracl.s.having expired and no new ones  having boen entered inlo as yot. Tlie property is in.lirst-cIaKs shape.  Four Feet of Clean Ore.  According-to the Sandon Paystreak, the  ore chute in the No. 2 winze, which is being sunk from to No. 5 tunnel at the Payne,  Is still widening. Thc winze is now down  75 feet and shows four feet of high-grade  galena, carrying no. zinc. This is the lowest  level yet reached .on tho vein. At. 100 feet  depth, drifts will be run and a new block  of stoping ground opened up.  Having added to my stoek 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  goods ever shown in Nelson.  Everything is new am  and are selling at the very  Intending purchasers  will  examine my stock and get  purchasing elsewher.  up-to-date  west prices,  do well to  ���rices hefore  IP BROWN SOLD IT IT'S GOOD  THANKS  We wish to thank the people of Nelson and  surrounding district for their liberal patronage  during the Holiday Season.  Nearly all the goods we put in for Christmas are sold. There are a few leffc, however,  and a few more came in too late for Christmas.  All these we will sell at reduced prices until  January 1st, 1902.  217 and 219  Baker Street  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 627.  I-.TiMLX'VJSIX).  The Deal Off  The deal that was on for lhe consolida-  | tio*tt of the Mother Lode mine with  the  CHARLES HILLYER, President.  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  BROWN BROTHERS  * JEWELERS  BAKER STREET  NELSON.  m  B. O.  Have just lccclvcd 3,000,0 feet of logs; from Idaho, and we aro prepared to cut the largest bill  of timber of any dimcnRinnH or lengths. Estimates given at any limo. The largest slock of Bash  doors, aud mouldings In Kootenay.  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICE AND YARDSj   CORNER BALL AND FRONT STREETS.  CHRISTMAS PUDDING  We have the best stock of peel and Christmas  fruits in the city. Everything fresh. This season's  lemon, orange and citron peel, cleaned currants  and raisins.  ii'"1  Houston Block  Nelson, BC.  J. A. IRVING & CO  ���*,l::i  mm  iip

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