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 UH. ,.|L\ LUIUlvlAlV.
jil.oCAN'd W'ST
KNOWN WEEKLY.
VOLUME FOUJt,
I
THE SILVERTONIA
LOCAL MINING NEWS.
SUBSCRIPTIONS, $2.0
8U-VEBT0N, HRITISH  COLUMBIA
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8,  15)00.
NUM15ER   18
The New Store.,MimNG Ne^-
IN UNION HALL,
I   Vow Keady for Business.
Currying; A m*U Ivine Of
QKOCERIBS & DRYGQODS,
(lltll   UtuSlS   50 IICIICU *V¥¥W¥*****M*¥*W¥M¥VMgi
A. Jeffreys,        Silverton, B. O.
LAKEVIEW   HOTEL
SI Iver toil
C3TTHI8 HOTEL IS NEW AND NEATLY FURNISH ED,
THE BAR IS SUPPLIED WITH REST BRANDS OF
WINKs,  LIQUORS AND CIGAILS.
Local and
General,
My   Dollars a Font.
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MM LOCALS.
oooooooooooooooooaooooooJ:
TIIK LOCAL LAYOUT.
5ooDooooooo;x_<>ooooaooGooc8
'Ilijxl.lc Holel Now 0|.ni.
Work on (he Hampton cl dm near
"locan has been suspended for tie
winter.   The phenomenal strike on this
«'»•". wiiorted son no ago in these
columns,   has   prove!   to ,i a  np to all
reports snd makes the  Hampton tbe
bonai ss discovery of the y«ar in ihis
tegion.   The ledge has beep stripped On
[the rurface for boiiio distance and the
I rich streak of oro proved to be conllnn-
'ous.   Atmim |  haa  been driven on lbs
ledge a distance of 48 feet nml-in doing
dllH  work   in  Ml.|,„ „f or„ ll8g |)eci|
Isken out ami saved thai gives returns
of 800 ounces to lhe ton in silver. In
lhe face of the tunnel Ihis rich stic.il; ol
ore shows up to be over six inches wide
and in lhe l! ior of lhe tunnel, for Its
„.._„ - .--  . l'nli,°  le"K,lli  'he payslreak   Iswidei
T ,       2v£.      JaZaHLOTXrleS-       ZPrO"p.  ^aia ■»>«  roof,   Estimates  uadetiy
_  ■   ■-    conservative parties  places the value cl
_ '^ _ "  ,1 re exposed   by this shoit tunnel «i
I* S^JJi      ;     B^r   i^_MC*^     _AL»    *>#!&   '""   *-r,mt   «hii-h   is   easy ol belief
•      AJ ^> AU_.A_.^ K3     ^_*^    mA***'*A-Jr   triientiiediivfogttf   th-.s   tunnel paid in
"re M0 for emit foot driven. The
owners Megsrs Mi_$*ught ami Slc-
Kinnon,  of Silvorton,  intend   to ("Ily
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF FRESH AND SALT MEATS
develope the propeit.v next seas in
WI. SHIRKS .at
A Sl'ijily Shipper.
Erilvcrtvn, Neleon, Trail, Ymir. Kaslo,  Bandon,
New Denver, Cascade City, Urand Forks, Sirdar
Mil«.i.v ai.<l ' in en woo 1.
U.UI.QKDP.U1 I'lMJilPTLY AND CAIlKHTLLY ATTKSDF.D TO.
HEAD OFFICE
NELSON. H. 0.
9
t   Are You Losing For
g  Siylish goods?'
V
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5
TffVTIS I'P-lo-DVll'. CLOTHING WITH
Till- PMOK «>Mi-'.wili:i:r. NOT alto.; ni-
KII Oi:r oi-- >!.i!IT.
IF SO DROP LN   ASH   UAXK  Yul'lt   SKLl-C
HON FROM MY SHELVES.      FIT AND FINISI
n*ju wr'.:, >. ov brco\ti.vg$ just iv.
[E\W\m,   ThcTiiilm:   Silverion,!!.<'.
<s* £•>•&>©<
t
5
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m.
5
Al lhe close ot last month the Botqn
mine, ol Silver! in, hnd shippi <1 exactly
IQO cars "i ore, not a bad record fir a
property whieh was purchased only two
and a ball ^ears ago lor j7,500.   This
■ property paid from the' grassroots mil
\'iis (hipping three months after the
pur base. As a Bteady shipper the
I'.o-.iii holds the Sloean record, having
shipped never less than 80 tons in nny
I month and sometimes tlsnhle thai
amount. The manager, \V II Sandiford, has alwoya'kept Iho development
work nel! ahead of the Btoping, being al
iim present tinio engaged in driving a
long tunnel 'o gain greater depth on the
nre. Tl is tr.iini 1, which (starts on the
••hveiton-New Denver road, In.6 been
driven 400 fed through the deep wash
ami i> only now entering Ihe solid rock.
Prospecting is nlso going on on Ibe
Fidelity claim, Ihe adj'iiniiiK properh
rcreutly acquired by the Dosun manage
ment, ami the ledge has heen found in
the Fidelity bluff. A tunnel being run on
the lead h ore abows tho presence ol ore
nattered thr Ugh the ledge matter.
m t
Iron Hiii'sc Hmid d.
THE
VICTORIA |
HOTEL.
The Iron Horse, a promising property
-_ - lying inst below and adjoining the En'er*
~™"~^-—~~"~~~~~~~ prise mine on Ten Milo oreek, haBbeen
2 | homleil  to Spokane  and Utah parties.
IX IHfllJiliirliTS Tor Milling Ml'fl X The Iron Hone  vein  is  Identical witli
that of the Knteiprise  ami   there  is no
develops into
L-ri'tiYTiiivi' vp\v   vvvT : reaaon why it ahonl.l mn   develope into
EVERYTHING NEW, NEAT 1      b|g u ),r„1(M,y    A, Ti. McLean, ol
     .  .___.« ' .-.•. -    _. . / tt   _       ..ill     liaVA
AND  UP-TO-DATIv
(•
TABLE UNSURPASSED IN
THE NORTH WEST.
Silverion, one of the owners will have
charge of tiie development work, whieh
is to he stinted ut onee.
g   JAS. BOWES,   Prop.
SILV E H T O N,
H. O.
A P McDonald, our local freighter, has
secured the contract for the freighting of
the Hewett mine, and Is busy  preparing
to handle the large amount ol ore aeeuin-
: mnlated at tliat properly.
BLOCAN LAKEORI   BHIPMKNT8.
Shipments of  uro from Silveiton for
.the year I860   tOtal«l 1898  ''""'•
All other Lake pointa ... .1883
JAPANESE * GOODS.
Iiive just opened up a Splendid Lii f .lapatiese Coods.    You are invited j    Xh» ihlpmonl    .-lore   from    S!,,ean
ill and 1 i.k   then over;tl.,y will not last long ...Bold at the prices m»rkrd., Lake point*  np to an l i"'1^1"-  "'"
-,_„   i present  week, frmii Jan. 1,  lIN-'l'.
PS   ailll   SUiBS.   THI SKIS,   WOIK  BISXBTS,    tttffl BA8IBTS»Fro.n Bosun Landing. Tona.
  '.._. ..     -  r. ..■„..       VllUI1ll/ll'_.l        'I A     tirVTI/lY l!.,.,ii,  X-i-O
^^^^v^.^^^^^^^
- ^vvvWlWAVVWW
UCPMI WlltB.MlVIUIKs, &,. Tllli \i!.m»i:s 10 ■MT10I,jjj-jv-:-
CJJELSON - New Denver. 8. C.
The
Thistle *-><- Hotel.
IS now RROPKNED r.Nnr.u tiik i-musonai.
OltARQE OF	
 1> A T.   (! II IFFI N.	
^ir*t«Qla__M       Qoeommodfitlon
for  Tf^»     PubHo.
Hartney	
t'apella	
Kroni Silverton
Emilv Edith	
Hewett	
Vancouver	
Wakefield, (concentrates)
Oalena Mines    	
.•run Enterprise Landing
Enterprise	
Neepawii    	
From Sloean ("ity
Arlington	
Black Prince 	
Kilo	
Two Friends	
Bondholder	
Hampton	
Total
.. 20
... "
Tons.
.. 20
.   78
. 120
i ;s0
.   20
1001
700
BO
.   -'0
.. 20
'-'i)
10
80
More lumber for ihe Emily Kdith fume
in this week.
The Arlington miifft has now nearly
ltlL) men on its payroll.
The Hewett Mines are dolngsome ri-
paiiing to tho Galena Mines road.
A. V. Smith hia been given a contract to furnish fifty cords of wood for the
(ialena Mines.
I'. Sinnot has a  freighting  contract
al the Alamo.
Bert Wll helm ia on duly at the Vancouver i, ine again,
of
J; M. McGregor, P. L. s., is doing
some surveying nt the Silver Nuggel
plain), one of the oldest locations on Ked
Mour.t.iin.
Last, week the Bondholder, a Sloean
property under lease to local miners,
joined tho shipping Hat from the Like.
A 2Qtanshipment netted $2400.
liar.   "Birds tn their little neats agree."
The Provincial Government hns established a Bureau of Information, and U,
K. Qosnell has heen appointed Secretary.   The Bureau will compile and pub*
li.-h   provincial   statistics,   mining  and
otherwise.
Thursday the Vancouver mine aenl
cut another carload of ore to the smelter,
which hriniis the total of Ita ore ship-
mepts lip (G llid tons so far this year.
The long cross-cut tunnel on this
property has now reached a depth of
over 200 feet and is being driven ahead
steadily,
V:iv Satisfactory.
Last week silver touched the-65 mark,
declining to83}^ at thu beginning oi this
week. Although these prices appear
high, pays Dun's Review, they are lower
than the bottom records up to about
spven years ago. The lowest in ice quoted
for the while metal in New Yoik was
•")l'_i cei.ls in 1807,
TIIK   METAL  MARKET.
New York.   Nov   %'.—Bar  Wlvei*,04J^
Lake copper,   $10 ."»>.
Lead—Tire firm that fixes the'selling
price Ior tniners and sni'lters quotes lead
at iM 00 at the close.
MINING  RECORDS.
s'll.VKRTON,
11  (J.
NEW   DBXVRB—1 QCATtOXS
Oct 18—Starlight, Siivet int. reloealion
Waterloo David P. Davis. Magnet. Mc-
(iui.'an slope, V M Hayes. Helvetia, in
McGuigan, P A Ganly,
17—Young Rambler, in McGuigan, M
Penrose and J Brown. Ahey Daves Kr,
P.est Basin, J 0 Ryan.
20-Denver No 3, Silver mt, D J Weir.
Albino, same, A .lacobson. Diamond
Hitch, a  o of Silveiton, LM Knowles,
21—Anulveisary, s f Cody cr, G F
Ransom,
23—Balmoral, ih Cody, Robt McDon-
aid, I'ingle, McGuigan basin, relocation
Flood Kr, T K Oonin.
ASSCSSMr.NTS.
Oct 18—Saddle, Torpedo, 20—Polo,
Milium, Winnipeg No ft. 2'2-Storni,
Cross Roads 24—Four Mile, Kenton
Kr, Silver Wedge, La Canadians. Contract, Sunnyaide I'r (for year 1002),
Prospect (.'or 1002). Pacific (for 1902),
Piovince (for 1009), Snowsllde (for 1,009)
Esses Kr (for 1908), Edinburgh (for 1009]
2Qr-Franklin I'r, Frank K. 97—
Milton, Milton Frac. 99—Edllb,Mother
Hingey, Black Hawk Kr.
i EKTlLIi \ti:h or IMPROVBMBOTS
Sept ll —Detroit. 25—Bquk Frac-
tiomil. Oct :;—Rose Marie, Maseppa,
9—Sunrise No 4. 12—''o net, Defender,
Daybreak.   95—Thistle,
TIUNSI KISS.
(let 1(1—(ialena I'r '..., K II Wilson to
I'M Hayse, Aug90.
17—Cat tick, Mountain Con, silver
Lake, Sll ve Luke Fall, Granite Mo'iiitalh,
option, Wm W Warner and the Coin M
ADOo to R Q Tallow, price 195,000.
Ocl ■>■
io—Power of Attorney, H oshavefto
VV H Sandiford, Aug 2.
Vanonl Kr ami Mslvem, Northwest
Mining Syndicate, Ltd, to tho Condor
Claims, Ltd, Oct 8.
Orient, II <> Shave to same, Oct I!.
Vanonli Etamole, Zoroaste, Duns,
Aurora, Dividend, Northwest Mining
Syndicate, Ltd, and II O Shave to the
Oondol Mines Ltd. (let .'!.
Swansea, W II Sandiford to tho Condor
Mines Ltd. Oct 3.
Havana & Dewey,   ll  O  Shave to the
t" jikIoi MlneSi Ltd, Oct j.
Manlamea    Shook    and   Gihl>a,
Slocan, nro visiting Mis. iiraudon.
On Tuesday Hill llroa. delivered a
binge load uf lumber here.
Leslie Hill went up to the Yancouver
mine yesterday.
Hallowe'en was celebrated in a veiy
limited way iu Silveiton.
(iotolt. (i. I Logic's fur fresh Jrnits
and conleelioiieiy.  Near   Postollice.*
Win. Hicks and .1. A. linker were  up
from Sloean to attend last night's dance.
Mr.i.   Sharon,   of    New   Denver,   is
spending   a   lew   days   heie with Mrs.
The   Lardeau   Eagle    says    Ihat   its I I'yreo.
neighbor, The Topjc, :s booming worth-     Tom Reed, who   has been working on
less   prospects   nt   so   much per boom,   the new mill ut Ainsworth, has returned
Thelopti: Calls The Eagle a deliberate  to town.
Tlie building adj .ining tho Barber
Shop is being llited up as u dwelling
house for R U. Daigle,
Hairy Wilson, manager of the Nelson
branch ul the Win. Hunter Co., of this
place, is back lur a few days.
The Selkirk Hotel has been repapered
and decorated throughout, making it one
ol the cosiest house.! in the Sloean.
The Miners' I'nion entertained a large
number ol their dauci'ig fiieiids nt a hall
in  their pre Ity new hall Ia.it night.
Presbyterian Church Sjrvieo on Sunday evening at 7 10 All are welcome.
Rev. Hector Mackay, I!. A.,  Preacher.
Miss Alice Walker, ol Granby, Que.,
arrived in town on Thursday ami will
make her home here for some limo with
her sister, Mrs. R. U. Matheson.
Mr. and Mrs. N. K. McN night are
Aown from the Hampton mine for Ihe
winter, 'ihey will stay in the Slocan for
a short lime and 1 lien leave tor Seattle.
The Hev. Hector McKay, lormerly  ol
Kliult, who ia filling the  pulpit   vacated
by Rev. Mr. Duncan, gave bis first  eet
mon h.ire hist Sunday
iu the mission field here indefinitely.
All   work   in the Jewelry  Repairing
line, left Ot the Silvertou Drugstore, will
be prompt)? forwarded to Jacob Dovei
the well-known Nelson jeweler.     All ro
pairs aie OiMJCASTJUUi I'oii onk veak. *
K. P. Bremner, Dominion Labor Commission! r, I'oiineriy of the Slocan, has
received a telegram (rom Skagway announcing tho death of his brother. He
has gone to Skagway to look after the
affairs al bis relative,
TheBiship of ihe New Westminster
Diocese, (R. C.) will be in Sandon on
Iho lltll. inst. for the blessing of St.
Joseph's church. On Moml iy the 12th.
the Bishop will hoi l prayers In Silverion
at 1 :'A0 p. in. and hold Mass on Tuesday
morning at s a. tn,
Hugh Stewart returned from tho Lardeau on Wednesday, He reports that
district as quiet at pieseut and looking
for a still ijuii tei winter. The disappointment over a railway not Luildiug
into that country last summer has disheartened many ol the claim holders.
Jim Oito visited Silverton this week
on his way to Nova Scot a from the Lardeau The Lade brothers are also going;
East for the muter. The lease thev
were winking on the celehrateo
1'iitine claim, the most talked-of Lardeau
property, netted then in tho neighborhood ol 130,000.
Lumber has been delivered here for
Som. government work on Lake Ave.
The old corduroy bridge, just over the
rnaiu bridge, mill be replaced by something more modern and ihe road between
the hiidgea wili be straightened out.
These lepalrs have i ecu needed for some
time and will he appreciated accordingly,
.Mr. James BoWea, | ropHetor ofthe
Vlctoiia Hotel here, has beeu having
bit place gone over and making pro*
pactions for Iho coming winters'
bii.-iihss. The Victoria Hotel is one of
ths iiest furnished und managed hostel-
ries in the Slocan country and but few
hotels in the whole of the Kootenay
can compare With It. That such a good
hotel can bo maintained in a town aa
sina I as Silverion speaks well for both
the town ami Ita manager.
Pat. GiiO'in. who i.s well known to the
! Slocan public aa an expert mixologist
' and an all-round irood fellow, haa secured
'■ a licence tor tho Thistle Hotel here. Pat
j has been busy around liis house for some
I time fixing un the bed looms and dining
! room and stockinc up his bar with goods
wet and dry, Thanks to his .eH'oils the
Thistle Hotel is now in lirt-tclass shape
and ready to accommodate tlio most faa-
tidioms with bed, board ami refresh-
iiienJs.
Burned In Bed.
Dorsey Benton of Ne>v Denver, ono
of the unfortunate sisterhood, reeeivod
possibly fatal injuries from fire hut
week. She had eone to bed partially
diessed and fallen asleep with u lighted
cigarette in her hand. The fire from
this ignited the bedding and before Ihe
sleeper was awakened her clothing wan
on fire. She wns severely burned and
now lies, fullering, in a precarious condition.
The Coiiiiiiissioiier.s' India*.
Kive liquor licences were granted al
lhe meeting of the Licence Commissioners in New Danver last Wednesdav.
One was granted to be issued when tin
requirements of tlie law In respect to
accommodations were fulfilled, ar.d one
was hehl over for another meeting of the
Board.
The new licencees nre: Put Grillm,
Silverton ; Martin Lavelle, K. Card, Slocan ; Doyle it Keefer, Lemon Creek;;
[lugh Niven, Three Forks-, and Dupuis
Bros.. Three Forks, when their house ia
lurnisbed.
The only application to which any oh-
I lections were made w;i9 that of P. I.iu-
qoist, who desires a hotel licence foi the
Arlington Basin. The granting »f lllil
application was protested agHUist by the
miner! ol lhe Arlington and Bondholder
mines and the citizens of Slooan City.
Tho pel il ions wero presented by II. D.
Curtis, of Slocan. who addressed lhe.
He may ri mam Commissioners on behalf of the petitioners. A. Sproat and the applicant
delended Ibe application and ahoweii
reason v hy a hotel in (he Arlington
Basin was necessary for tim travelling
public. A further hearing of this application will be held next Wednesday.
PCBLIC   SCHOOL   RKPORT.
. ———
Tho standing of the pupils nf the   Sil.»
vertoti Public Sooool  for  the   month   iff
October is as follows:
V Header.
Inez Caibick.
Alice Calbick.
Adelaide Gorton.
IV Reader.
Fay Klliolt.
Mamie McDonald.
Ill Reader.
Sarati Lawson.
Harry Wheeler
May Lawson.
II Header.
George Horton.
Bertha Barker.
ll  Primer.
William White.
I Primer.
Evelyn ILirton.
Radon Tyree.
Mw.i;ik Paksovs, Tiidur
hilled for His Failure
THK CAMPAIGN  (»K TIIK KITKItK,
The motor stopped to take a di ink of
water.
As if this had been a signal agreed
upon   hv   the   toughs   iu the audience,
there broke oat  Instantly a laallada ot
cabbages, dead cats and other political
campaign    propertiiHi  and  the gifted
spelbinder hastily retreated behind the
sheet-iron curtain...
Only for a moment, however, did the
disorder reign supremo.
A bulletproof phonograph wiih steel
tnngaphaiie attachment, waa pushed
upon tho stage. Iih roar of oratory
instantly   drowned   the   noise made by
the disorderly element that was seeking
to throttle free speeoli, and the meeting
proceeded lo a ttiiimphant conclusion.
Science and adroit iiiaiia^'-ment had
triumphed over the mob.—1'\.
One paper in  Servia has had sixteen
Win. Harris, who put two bullets into J editors dining the  last   two yeais,  and
Himself with suicidal Intentions a week i fifteen of them are In jail (or eoniiiieiit-
or two ago in SlocaiiCity, was arrested
last Saturday after receiving his discharge from tho Slocan Hospital On
being arrested he is reported as saying
that if he bad had his gun he would have
stood theni all off,
Harris ii now out on ball,    Hi-   wife
bus left lor Kngland.
I
1'igtoo freely about tho government. This
kind would roceivo a welcome iu ll C.
if the sports wants few- lips, watch
our next issue (or good, straight elect) in,
news.
SlftOO says, that foi R  IU all   man hie
i-'poiKiil ia Uugh JullU Ue.'  I'i.dWlUi,
■■
I.
* .■ tm.mt i
GAIN 13,000,000
Increase of Population in 11.
S. During Last Decade.
THE TOTAL IS 76,295.220
New York State   Has 7.268.009
People,   an    Increase   of
1,270,156.
Washington, Oct. to "*"..«: official announcenun. of the total population of the United States for
1900 is 76,295,220, of which 74,-
627,907' are contained in the 45
states representing approximately
the population to be used for apportionment fpurposes. ^ There is a
total of 134,158  Indians not taxed.
The total population in 1890 with
which the aggregate population ol
the present census should becom-
pared was (-3,069,756. m Taking the
1890 population as a basis there
has been a gain in population of
13,225,464 during the past ten
years. Representing an increase of
nearly 21 per cent.
The tabulated statement shows
that the population of New Vork
state is 7,268,000 against 5.997,-
953 in 1890. The number of Indians in the state not taxed is
4.7".
To Take  Proceedings
Brock ville, Ont., Oct. 29.—Senator Fulford has instructed his solicitors to take proceedings against
Hon. Clarke Wallace, for having
stated that he (Senator Fulford)
had paid for his seat in the upper
house.
t'arlleU'lu Conflict
Madrid, Oct. 29,—A conflict between twenty-four armed Carlists
and a detachment of gendarmes occurred yesterday near Badalona.
The chief of the Carlists was
killed and another was wounded.
The Remington rifles were captured.
British
Columbians
Homeward Bound on the
Steamer Idaho, from
Capetown
Ottawa, Oct. 30.—Among the
British Columbians* on the transport Idaho as cabled yesterday from
Capt town are the following.
Sergeant J. A. C. Northeote,
Fifth C, A.. Victoria; Private Stewart
C. A.;PrivateA. S. Lee, Nelson rifles;
Corporal S. M. Odell, Fifth C. A
The Idaho is exp.cted at Halifax
today.
Mutineer     Killed t
Hamilton, Out., Oct. 29.- Wm.
Hidden, engineer of the Grand
Trunk, is dead Irom injuries received Saturday by bin engine
jumping the track just ns the train
wat* coming into the city. Fireman
Southeast was badly scalded.
Tile  V.iiriV Mel
Toronto, Oct, 29.—Official regis-
trntion of voters closed Saturday.
Over 16,000 new names were added
to the list.
I'llUnnH EXPLODED
Buildings   Madly    Wrecked   Tin-  Injured minera.
Wallace,Idaho,Oct. 27.—Seventy
five hundred pounds of giant powder exploded this morning at the
Mammoth mine here. Two men,
named Davis and Forcier, struck
by flying timbers, are now in the
Wallace hospital for repairs. Pieces
of the storehcuse where the powder
was kept are now of value only as
souvenirs.
ALVORD IN JAIL
IN   UttOD   SPIIIITK.
Now that there is talk of a mint,
the question nl location presents
itself. Vancouver claims it, and so
does Victoria, and both by virtue of
being the chief shipping and com-
mercial points.
MM DON  <)l OTATIONN.
By Dallr liable m Kruesi Keuued) *
« <>III|IMII).
London,   October   30. — Special
Le Roi, £8.
B. A. C, 16s 9d.
Le Roi No. 2, £23,
Athabasca, £1 17s 6d.
ymir, £1 15a.
Arnold,   Ilie     Aliened     Hclmiller,   Iu
New Vork.
New Vork, Oct. 29,—Julian Arnold, son of Sir Edwin Arnold, the
author of "The Light of Asia," arrived in this city yesterday with
two Scotland (yard detectives^who
will accompany him to London
where he will berried on charges of
embezzling $140,000.
For Aerial
Navagation
Prof.  Bell  Thinks  Pro
blem Will Never Be
Solved by Baloons
London, Oct. 30.—Prof. Alex.
Graham Bell leaves for America
today, where he will continue his
experiments in aerial navigation.
Prof. Bell said, "I dont believe
that the great problem of aerial
navagition will ever be solved by
balloons. While you may successfully navigate a balloon in light
currents, it i.s obvious that any
floating body lighter than air is at
the mercy cf the winds. [Such a
body cannot carry the motive machinery of great power. It
is little more than a toy. I have
been experimenting several years at
my laboratory although I never ac
tually carried my theories into practice. The theoretic results I reach
will be in time published in book
form. I believe the problem of
aerial navigation will be solved, but
not by the use of balloons."
Don't Want Annexation
St. Thomas, D. W. L, Oct. 3c.
—At an extraordinary meeting of
of the colonial council at St Croix,
Danish West Indies, Monday, the
vice chairman denounced the strte-
ments made by Mr. A. J. Blackwood the United States council at
St. Croix, and chairman of the Colonial council, that the sentiment of
the people of the Danish West Indies was strongly in favor of annexation. A resolution was adopted
to cable King Christian of Denmark
"Submissively expressing" the
wish of the inhabitants tio continue
under the Danish crown.
TODAY'a HTOIK   SAL**.
Sales today on the local exchange
were: Rambler-Cariboo,2000,3$y%C,
aaeee
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bone Pine Con sol  10
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The Bank Teller Caught in
Boston.
UNDER   NAME  OF SMITH
Had a Back Room In a Cheap Lodging House—-Spent Last Night.
In Prison.
I ulouUl Gal"
London, Oct. 3°'-R«tllfns of
the election in the Orkney and
Shetland districts show a Unionist
gain. J. C. Wason, the candidate'
of that party, defeating Sir Leonard
Lyellj his Liberal opponent.
WAS   PHBJI'HKD.
Boston, Oct. 30.—Cornelius J.
Alvord, jr., the embezzling note
teller of the First National bank,
New York, was arrested at the
South End yesterday. Alvord took
his arrest quietly.
He arrived in Boston last week
and went to the Hotel Touraine,
but did not register. On Wednesday he engaged a back room on
the second floor of a lodging house
OO Huntington avenue near West
Newton street, where he went under
the name of Mr. Smith of New
York.
In Jail
New York, Oct. ^o.—Alvord
passed a restful night in a cell in
the police headquaiters. This
morning he was allowed the privilege of the corridor and he sat out
in his shirt sleeves reading the
morning newspapers and   smoking.
Koul Plai Feared.
Toronto, Oct. 30.—A farmer
A. Grant, of Thornhill, who came
into the city Saturday morning has
not been seen sincejioon that day.
Foul play is feared.
No Opposition.
Rodney, Ont., Oct. 30.—West
Elgin Conservatives have decided
not to oppose the election of A. Mc-
Guggan, Liberal.
T.»l»l..i*» Laical.
St. Petersburg, Oct. 30.—Count
Tolstoi is engaged in writinga drama
intitled   "A Corpse."
Election Poalponed
Ottawa, Ont. Oct. 30.—Election
in Nipissing has been postponed,the
date to Iv decided later, on account
or the improper election lists.
Train in
Collision
None Killed.But Ten or
Fifteen Passengers
Injured.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 30.—A
south bound Chicago and Alton
passenger train which, left Chicago
late last night, collided with a
freight train ne.^r Mitchell, III.,
early today. Acceding to the
Alton officials nobody was killed
but ten or fiifteen persons were injured. Ambulances were sent to
meet the train here and take care of
the injured.
fflall Clerk Killed.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 30.—Later
—Geotge W. Corsan, a mail clerk,
was killed and,six others were in-
fured in the collision near Mitchell,
III. Behind a passenger engine
was a mail car in which several
clerks were asleep. The car telescoped and none of its occupants
escaped uninjured.
< III.OH tl.  riHSOMM.,
Testimony of Telegraph Operator  lu
lhe Goebel C**e.
Louisville, Ky., Oct. 30—The
Louisville Evening Post today prints
an affidavit of Finley Anderson, fl
telegraph operator, upon whose testimony Caleb Powers wus convicted
of complicity in the murder of Governor Goebel, in which Anderson
swears his story told at Georgetown
was perjured.
le Mot III
London. Oct. 30.—There is no
truth in the report that Queen Victoria is ill, though naturally she is
affected by the death of her grandson, Prince Charles Victor, of
Schleswigbolslein.
/Wore Mines
Start Work
Additional    Differences
in  Some Colleries
Are   Adjusted.
The New  Jersey fllrl   filed  from   lis
Rirerle.
New York, Oct. 2y.- The only
link that seems to be lacking in the
chain of evidence against the alleged murderers of Jennie Boss.
chieter, the Patterson mill hand, is
the identification of the purchaser of
the drug. There is no question
thai she died from the effects of
chloral poisoning, but it is not
known where the drug was bought
or by whom it was obtained. There
is no law in New Jersey against the
sale of chloral.
Hazelton, Pa., Oct. 30.—The
Oneida and the Derringer colleries
began operation today and the
Cranberry mines operated by A.
Pardee & Co., whicli was idle yesterday on account of the refusal of
the men to return to work until the
suspended "Lokie" engineers
should be reinstated, also resumed,
though not with a full force. The
Lehigh and VVilkesbarre companies
mines are still idle.
vikon   m:uv
III. Ii Pay Pound 011 Tributary or the
Fanioua Creek.
Dawson, Oct. 11.—A placer
strike has just heen made on a hillside of a creek emptying into the
famous Hunker on the left limit
sixteen miles above the mouth ot
Hunker. The stream has been
named Goring creek, after Theodore Goring, the discoverer. The
strike was made last Friday, and
already sixty claims have been recorded. The best pay found on the
creek was 14 cents to the pan. The
best claims are oi£the hillside, and
nearly all claims recorded are on (he
hillside.
Fifty claims have been recorded
which were staked in the stampede
last week to Moosehtde Bench,
only four miles down the Yukon
from Dawson.
The storm on Lake Lebarge two
weeks ago is said to have wrecked
20 scows enroute to Dawson with
hay, feed and merchandise. Hansen
& Tennant lost two scows worth
$3200 each, with their cargoes.
The Vining Hardware company had
$500 worth of goods on one of the
scows. Lilly Bros.. Skagway and
Dawson dealers, lost one scow, together with its cargo, worth $2000.
Names of other losers have not
been learned here. I bree scows
which survived the storm have arrived in Dawson, having much
damaged goods. No one was
drowned.
The body of Martin Stone,
drowned in Thirty-Mile river Oct.
6, arrived here today. Stout was
mate of the steamer Sifton. He
was taking a line to a stranded
scow, when the line becan e en-
tangled in his feet and dragged him
from the boat inlo the swift current.
The line held him fast, and his shipmates drew his lifeless body back
to the boat by it. Stone's home
was in Victoria.
The last steamers to leave Dawson for the outside this season will
probably get away within „ week
All save one of the number arc in
pott. The fares to While Horse
have been advanced to $,„0 f\nt
class and $73 second by the Can*,
dian Development company. They
were $50 first and *a0  s,C0lu|  ,Jt
long ago.    All accommodations are
being taken.
DEATHSJY FIRE
It is Estimated That Twenty
Were Killed.
THE     LOSS   $1,500,000
Over A Hundred Injured People
Taken to the Hospltal-The
Insurance.
BOTH BOAT*
BeacnluK   «reu» bfovvu,d, ,Jt
MHHWrwke*     "^
Hamburg,   Oct.-The   G.r
ship F.   Biscoff, Capiai,, ScT*
ing, has been  wrecked '"'"
trance of the Elbe.
at the
A boati
New Vork, Oct. 30.—All night,
i, gatig of several hundred laborers
was at work among the ruins caused
by the explosions in the building
occupied by Tarrant & Co. Not
a body was recovered and it is believed that none will be recovered
for over twelve hours at least. It
is not believed that the list of dead
«ill exceed 30 and some place the
total dead below 20. One hundred
and twenty seven injured persons
were received at the hospitals and
most of them were discharged after
their wounds had been dressed.
The property loss is variously
estimated at $1,500,000. Chemicals were probably the origin of the
tire. The exact figures in the
amount of insurance carried upon
the destroyed buildings and
their contents will not be ascertained for a week or two. The
president of one of the largest fire
insurance companies in this city said
the total loss would Jbe about $1,-
300,000.
One Tboiiaaud at Work.
At 9 o'clock this morning about
1000 men were at*3work on the
wreckage and firemen were playing
streams of water into the half burned building, on Washington street
below Warren. Seven fire engines
were still on the ground. The body
of a women was located under the
wreckage. The list of missing up
to 9 a. m. numbered 39.
The {explosion
New Vork, Oct. 30.—President
Main of the Tarrant company admitted that jhere was in storage on
the third and fourth floors man;
barrels of chocolote of potash
which become highly explosive
when overheated.
ing eight of the crew  piit~'ofv!**
the vessel   and   another boa/"*
which were four men, left the |. J]
ship for the purpose  of rend J
assistai.ee.   Both of these boahJ
missing and have been given up 3
For the He,, <ro„
St. Petersburg, Oct. 3o —n J
government has imposed uponJ|
way tickets and licences totim
abroad, a special tax for the |3
fit of the Red Cross society, |r i
expected to yield $225,000 yearly, |
Sufl>rlug From Fe»er.
London, Oct. 3o.~A dsipatd, j
the Central  News Irom Capetown
says Cecil Rhodes is suffering froo
fever.
Plunder
and Murder
Gas Explodes
in a Mine.
One Body   Recovered
Twelve /Men  Still
Underground.
Wilkesbarre, Pa., Oct. 30.—A
terrible explosion of gas occurred
in the Kingston mine of the Kingston Coal company, this afternoon,
One man has been taken out dead.
Twelve others are in the mine.
Celebration Postponed.
London, Oct. 27.—The celebration ofthe occasion of Ihe return
to Kngland of the City of,London
Imperial volunteers has been postponed until Monday, on account ol
the lateness of the arrival of the
steamship Aurania which has the
troops on board.
In Double Hole
London, Oct 27.—The Standard,
in a paragraph obviously inspired,
announces that Lord Salisbury
will retain the double of the prime
minister and secretary of state for
foreign affairs, and that Joseph
Chamberlain will retain portfolio of secretary of state for the
colonies.
Hall lor Nlbraltar.
London, Oct, 27.—Joseph Chamberlain, secretary of state for the
colonies, and his son, (ohn Austen
Chamberlain, civil lord of the admiralty, have sailed for Gibraltar,
whence they will proceed to Malta
lo visit Sir Frances Wallace Green-
fell, the governor of Malta.
Outrages    During   M
Flight of the Chinese Court.
Pekin, Oct. 18.—Prince Su,
accompanied the Chinese court j
the flight to Tai Vuen Fu, and |
terwards returned here dishearn
by the anarchy existing ama
those composing the immediate!
visers of the throne, giml
an interesting account of w|
journey,
"On the first day," said Pritwl
Su, "the court traveled in carts al
miles north, escorted by 3000 wl
diers, who pillaged, murdered aril
committed other outrages along tht J
entire route.
"The fight was continued at thi
rate of 20 miles per day   lo Ihuul
Hua Fu in the most  terror-stricku
manner.     So little authority t»j
exerted that the soldiers even stole
tne meats prepared for the em|xro.
and empress dowager.    The exta*
tion of several for murdei   and pillage eventually brought  ihem uo-
der control.      Tlie court remain^
three days at   Hsuan Una Fu, m4|
then, owing to the fear  cl lortigij
pursuit, the flight was   rejumed »l
Tai Vuen Fu, with 10,000 addition-1
al troops, who added  to   the d*J
cord.      The empress dowager (M
little else but weep and upbraid I*
ai.visors.       The   emperor  reviwj
everybody.    The journey oaupMj
26 days, fhe  longest   route hf"< j
taken owing to fear of pursuit.
"On arriving at Tai VuenFij
difficulty was experienced on f«"m' j
ing any semblance of government
Many edicts were ignored and *'
fairs reached a state of absoluW
chaos. The emperor would hi«
preferred to trust Ivmsclf to ■<*
allies, but he was compelled WW
in the flight."
THK   <lll K< Hill.   AFKAI*'
He   Uerllnea to Withdraw Ml* »M,r
ment.
London, Oct. 39.—The solicit
of Mr. Winston Spencer Church'!1
have written to the solicitors ot tl"
Earl of Rosslyn declining, «'' th'
name of Mr. Churchill, to withdra"
or apologize for Mr. ChurdiSW
statement at the banquet of tl"
Pall Mall club, that Lord Rojjj
in dispatches and letters from South
Africa to English newspapers lh"1
libelled British officers, and «»*
assertions that  were not short "
Mr.
ill
falsehoods.        This   morning
Churchill writes  to 'the daily ""
repudiating the suggestion  that
is moved by personal feeling ■•ga,n*
Lord Rosslyn, but pointing out tl>
the earl is responsible for "a
lous statement concerning foot
moui cavalry regiments."
libel-
ft-
Burned a Malloii
Durban, Oct. a7.-The B<*»* ^
raiding   in   the  northern   P»rt
Natal.    They ht»ve burned the *•
way   station   at   Waschbank
blown up a culvert,
I '^  IHKBN   PACIFIC
v,uderb..l.-re«.WtoH.TeOl.talBe«
control.
,m York, Oct. n6.~The Times
'saS the Vande.bilts have obtained
com
tern
;r0l of the Southern Pacific sys-
Conspicuous in the syndicate
new control are  Wil-
E.  Harriman,
obtaining the
,■ m K Vanderbilt
Norman B. Ream and James  Spey-
KAk»HK  lUI'TKU.
f.„!....  •"'"■>   """"^  M*  W" "*•
Di.i mi i-"-"1"'
New Vork, Oct. 26.-Francis R.
Pellev.of lhe British cruiser Psyche,
Vhich has arrived at Bermuda, says
the Psyche did not fail to fire thc
ational salute of 21 guns when
the   harbor   of   New
A BOER VICTORY
They Capture the Town of
Jacobsdal.
HIGHLANDERS' HEAVY LOSS
expresses his re-
is   any   misunder-
intern
she entered
Vork.
Captain 1'elley
gret that there
standing of his conduct, as he intended no discourtesy to the American flag.      ...
New Road
in Montana.
Thirty Four out of Fifty Three Men
Oo Down In the
Battle.
'••■ed an Address
Q"ebec,QUe.( Oct. 26.-V. Cha-
teauvert Conservative candidate  in
Centre Quebec has issued   an  ad.
*■" <° the electors  in which  he
nt.matesthat)ifeIected(hismain
object ,n parliament will be devoted
t0 the "Merest of Quebec,  i
I've of the party.
irrespec-
-1  In
BOXER MOVEMENT
Railway    Planned    To
Connect Great Fall
and Billings.
Salt   Lake,   Utah,   Oct.   26.—A
special to the Tribune from Helena,
Mont., savs that   articles  of incorporation for  1 he    Great   Falls  and
Billings   railroad    will   be   filed in
Helena   wil bin  a  few days.    The
compan)   will have a  capital stock
of $4,000,000.      The   plan contem-
fplales a   railroad     from   Billings,
[connecting with  the  Northern   Pacific and Burlington roads, to Great
Falls,   connecting   there   with   the
(ireat Northern and Great   Falls &
Canada.      Kx-Senator   Washburn,
of Minnesota is building from   Bis-
march west,   and   with    tbe   Great
Falls Canada  will   connect     with
the  Canadian   Pacific.    The    plans
contemplate the use of the old Burlington survey and the  application
cf   electricity generated    at Great
Falls and  Billings  as   the  motive
power.    If built   the road   will   he
»bout 200 miles long  and   will   run
by way of Lewistown.
Capetown, Oct. 26.—The Boers
have captured Jacobsdal, southwest
ot Kimberley, after stubborn resistance on the part of the garrison,
which consisted of a detachment of
Capetown Highlanders. The latter
suffering severely, losing 34 out of
53 men.
■ naguaraled
Paris, Oct. 26.-Dr. Leyds, the
Transvaal agent, says the stories
published about Mr. Kruger are
imaginative. Mr. Kruger is an old
man and uot accustomed lo a cold
climate, so it is likely that he will
sojourn in the neighborhood of Nice
forthe winter.
The   4'api.al
Maseru, Basutoland, Oct. 26.—
it is reported here that former president Steyn and the members of
the executive council are at Four-
iesburg, south of Bethlehem and
that he has declared Fouriesburg
to be the capital of the Orange
Free State.
Wants a Loau.
Berlin, Oct. 2G._The East China
K'K. Co. is trying to effect a loan
01 S55.ooo.ooo in the Unites States
»nd France through the Russian-
Chinese bank.
Willi His Vaee Covered,
Frankfort, Ky., Oct. 24,-Henry
E. Youtsey, sentenced to life im-
pnsonment at Georgetown for complicity in the Goebel assassination,
was removed from Georgetownand
placed in the jaif here>day.t He
lay on his cot with his face.coverod
as he was removed from theVain to
the jail.
He Made the
King Halt
Paris Policeman   Gave
Royalty a Lesson in
Obeying Law.
THK    \NM\l HV»H\
ll.iuor
Kuiprror    Williams Order  lu
ol Vou _tlollk«.
Berlin, Oct. 26.—The anniversary
of the one hundredth birthday of
the late Field Marshall Von Moltke
was marked today by Emperor William, who issued a general army
order enrolling Von Moltke, thank*
lnt,r ''ro\ idence tor giving the fatherland such a man and expressing the
"ope that the army will emulate his
martial virtues and thus derive
strength for the fulfillment of the
exalted and difficult
•igned to it.
Baa lui» a Train.
Brantford, Ont. Oct. 26—Eva
Gnmstead, aged eight years, was
fatally injured last evening by her
wheel running into a moving train
while wheeling over a railway crossing.      	
Wants a Clean Fight
Kingston, Ont., Oct. 26.—J. W.
Bell, the Conservative candidate in
Addington county, has just issued
an address calling upon his friends
to run a clean election without re-
sortirg to illegal or corrupt practices
Posed as
Politicians
Thieves in   New   York
Have Worked a New
Scheme.
mission    as-
Iron Ore Dlseoterrd
Toronto, Oct. 25.—News has
reached the Ontario bureau of
times that a gigantic body or iron
°re has been discovered close to
uke Tamagali, about fifty miles
above North Bay, on the Canadian
P*cific railway.
nasoulrlHopreme Council
Toronto, Oct. 25.—The supreme
:otincil of 33d degree, Ancient and
Accepted Scottish Rite Masons is in
'Msion here. Among the 60 dele-
fates present from ull parts of the
l)ontinion, is Mr. McKechnie,
lrand Master of British  Columbia.
'lin l»ru Tlirii- Years
st. Thomss, Out.,Oct. 25.—Mrs.
Iarry Halbert was yesterday sen.
enced to three years in the Kings-
on penitentiary for having two
nonlhs ago thrown a pail of boiling
,a'or on a young man named
't'ulie Tyler because he entered an
'"'house on the premises.
For ih« Army
,?.""*■, Ont., Oct. 25.-The
™'*h war office authorities have
awed a contract to a lur firm of
mote for a thousand fur capes
"u 150 -
'ritish'.,
[• ),ke,y to be shipped 10 Vancou.
'or transit to China.
'500   pair   of  j|ovt|   ffff [|,e
r"iy in   China.    The goods
New Vork, Oct. 26.—Operating
under the cloak of agents ot the Republican campaign committee,
rogues have probably succeeded in
securing $100,000. Their method
is shown in the case of C. M. Cook,
who is under arrest on the charge
of passing bogus checks bearing
the name of M. L. Muhlman, treasurer of the republican campaign
committee.
Cook, it is alleged, induced William J. Wright to deposit checks
purporting t» represent $1100 to
his account in the Mount Morris
bank. These bore Muhlman's name.
The committee not desiring to let
the amount of subscriptions be generally known, had arranged to cash
the checks in different banks.
Wright gave Cook $1100 in cash
and a few days ago the prisoner appeared again with Si700 in checks.
The bank officials began an investigation and found the checks had
been forged.
Other similar transactions have
been reported from the interior
which lead to the supposition that
the total receipts by the forgeries
will not fall short of $100,000.
Paris, Oct. 26.- -The king of the
Belgians, while riding in an auto
car yesterday in the^Bois de Boulogne, was pulled up by the police
for exceeding the regulation speed.
He was going at the rate of 50 kilometers an hour.
A policeman was about to take
down King Leopold's name in his
note book, when the driver of the
auto car whispered in his ear, and
an explanation followed that put
things right.
More Troops Out.
Montreal, Oct. , 2(1—The 65th
Mounted Royal rifles (French Canadian regiment which did service^in
the Northwest rebellion) has bem
called out to go to Yalleyfield this
afternoon.
Ontario's   -Mortality,
Toronto, Ont., Oct. 26—The
health report of the province for
September shows 2490 deaths, an
increase of 523 as compared with
1967 lor September 1899.
ludlMii Newspaper.
Ottawa, Ont., Oct. 16.— The first
newspaper in the Iroquis language
has appeared in Ottawa under the
name of "Onkweonee," published
by the Indian department.
Liberal Nominee.
St. Thomas, Ont., Oct. 26,—
West Elgin Liberals have chosen
A. D. McGuain to contest the riding in their interest in the place of
Geo. E. Casey, the former member.
suiiu.cn With Paver
London, Oct. 24- It is reported
that Prince Christian Victor, who is
with the troops in South Africa, is
suffering from lever.
Will Br lloiin;\i\l.lliiiilli
London. Oct. 25.—The war office 1 announces JJtoday that Lord
Roberts hopesj| to leave South
Africa for home about November
15, and that General Lord Wolseley
has consented to continue to perform the duties [of commander-in-
chief of the army until the end of
November.
Uuerrllla Warlnrf
New Vork, O.t. 25. -The revival of guerrilla warfare in South
Africa, Iris lightened up English
sentiment and especially in smart
society, which i.s divided into military cliques and factions. Lord
Roberts' leniency is condemned by
impatient partisans as a source of
weakness in. South Africa and the
opinion is expressed that a general
as cold blooded as Kitchener is
needed to suppress the lawlessness
now in progress.
Chanted Willi Abdmllon.
Halifax, N. S., Oct. 25.—Rev.
E. C. Burgess, n retired Baptist
minister, 35 years ot age, was arrested at Mostr's river yesterday,
charged wish the abduction of Nellie
Buck, 18 years old, of Dorchester.
Burgess now resides nt Wollville,
N. S., but formerly held the pastorate at Dorchester.
Old   Telegrapher  Head
Quebec, Oct. 24.—VV. Duches-
neau, late manager of the C. P. R.
company's telegraph in this city,
and one of the best known telegraphers of this district, is dead.
Suggestion   That it Is National and Patriotic.
AND WILL EVER INCREASE
Princes and Ministers to Be Pun
Ished According to the Degree
of Culpability.
London, Oct. 26.—Sir Robert
Hart, director general of the Chinese imperial customs, in an article
in the November Fortnightly
Review, take a pessimistic view of
the Chinese situation. He frankly
declares his opinion to be that the
Boxer movement is national and
patriotic. It has taken hold of the
Chinese imagination and will spread
like wildfire^throughout the length
and breadth of the empire.
"There is not the slightest
doubt," he says, "that fifty years
hence there will be millions of Boxers at the call of the Chinese government.''
Discussing the alternative courses
open to the powers, Sir Robert
Hart sees a very real "yellow peril"
ahead and ho hope of a permanent
solution,
Perhaps Boiling Oil
Paris, Oct. 26.—According to a
dispatch from Pekin, Prince Ching
and Li Hung Chang have communicated to the legations, the imperial
decree, in accordance with which
the princes and ministers responsible forthe recent troubles in
China are to be punished, according to the respective degrees of culpability. The emperor charges
Prince Ching and Li Hung Chang
to fix the penalties to be imposed
upon those for whom the Europeans
demand punishment.
No  l_.ii.llil.il.
Perth, Ont., Oct. .24.- South
Lanark Liberals have decided not
to put a candidare in the field.
Last Day
of the Races
Winners at the Newmarket Houghton Meet -
TheiHandicap.
London, Oct. 26.—At the last
day of the Newmarket-Houghton
meeting today Mr. Whitney's
Spectrum took the Old Cambridgeshire handicap, ridden by Maher.
The race for the Houghton stakes
was won by H. R. H. the Prince
of Wales' Lord Quex. The race
for the flying handicap plate was
won by London,  ridded by Maher.
A free handicap of 100 soverigns
was won]hy^Britannia, ridden by J.
Martin. Lord Ellsmere's Incombe,
ridden by Sloan, won the Criterion
Nursery handicap of 500 sovereigns.
25.—Word
Protect. Wlrls
Macon, Ga., Oct.
reaches here from Wellston, in
Houston county, that a negro was
lynched by a mob of his own race
for assaulting a colored girl, Another negro was lynched near there
for a similar crime last week.
Banker   Sentenced
Chicago, Oct. 25.—William A.
Paulson, convicted of receiving a
deposit in the Central Trust &
Savings bank, ol which he was
presiJent, while knowing the bank
was insolvent, today was sentenced
to serve an indefinite sentence in
prison.
Calll'ii-riila's Population
Washington, Oct. 25.—The pop-
lation of California, as officially an]
nounced today, is 1,485,053 against
1,208,130 in   1900.    This  in an in
crease of 27<'.923 or  22.9 per cent
lu tke Dry Dock.
Glasgow, Oct. 26.—Sir Thomas
Lipton's yacht Shamrock was placed
in dry dock at Grennock this morning, preparatory to being refitted
for racing.
A Lot or Bullion.
London Oct, 26.—The amount of
bullion withdrawn from the bank of
England on balance was 22,000
pounds.
Will Oppose Sir Wll reid.
Quebec, Ont., Oct. 26.—J.
E. Ghapleau, a young French Canadian advocate, has been nominated to oppose Sir Wilfred Laurier
in Quebec East,
Crews Bobbed
Halifax, N. S., Oct, 26.—Nine
schooners moored at the wharves
here were robbed !ast night of
many watches and much money.
The crews were chloroformed while
sleeping and clothes   rifled.
No Terms
With a Thief
The Bank Officials Hope
to Recover Some of
the /Money.
New York, Oct. 26.—The capture
of the defaulting note teller Cornelius L. Alvord, Jr., has been officially left in the hands of Captain Mc-
Cluskey, chief of detectives, It is
said that a reward would probably
be offered today by the bank.
Developments this morning indicate that the whereabouts of Cornelius L, Alvord, the absconding
note teller of the First National
bank, are known both to his attorneys and to the bank officials. That
no warrant for his arrest has been
asked for has been due to the efforts
of his friends.
Negotiations are now on with the
bank officials in their behalf that
will lead, it is said, to the restoration within a few days of almost
half the amount stolen. Alvord's
arrest would be an immediate bar
to restitution on his part, ln the
meanwhile the man, who is said by
intimate friends to be in his hous
at Mount Vernon, and by others to
be somewhere in the vicinity, is un-
under close surveillance by detectives. His escape is said to be an
impossibility.
Alvord is said to have had an
enormous sum in ready cash when
he took his departure from the bank,
This, with his real,) estate holdings,
several blocks of securities, his
wife's diamonds, his horses and livery and bis interests in several New
York business concerns are under
considerations in the negotiations
between Alvord's friends and those
from whom he stole. One of the
abscondersTriend's asserts that Alvord's holdings, when realized on,
will make him only $100,000 to the
bad on the amount   of  his   defalca-
cation-
counsel Baker Denlea II.
Fisher A. Baker, counsel for the
bank, and one of its directors, said
today that there was no truth in a
report that Alvord had gone to his
home last night or that the bank
officers knew where he was. Mr.
Baker was asked:
"Is it true that the bank is trying
to make an arrangement with Alvord through Lawyer Miller lor the
return of a portion of the stolen
money?"
"We would be foolish not to recover all we can, but would not
think of compromising with a thief."
"Why has not the bank asked for
a warrant for Alvord's arrest?"
"I won't say that a warrant has
not been requested."
HIIJH   nun
Hale of a Portion or Lord Bos.<biir)'s
Stable
London, Oct. 25.—Lord Rose-
berry bas disposed of a portion of
his stables at New Narket. Seventeen horses fetched 7960 guineas.
Mr. Richard Croker's representative bought Flambard, for 946
guineas.
DESPERATE FIGHT
Insurgents   Lose   Over    a
Thousand Men.
GEN MCARTHURS DISPATCH
Details of a Terrible  Battle With
the Phlllpplnos and Its
Results,
Washington, Oct. 26.—The war
department received a dispatch from
General MacArthur giving an account of a fight in which a detachment of American troops attacked a
superior number of Filipinos. The
dispatch is as follows:
"Manila, Oct. 24.—First Lieutenant Febiger with 40 men of the
Thirty-third regiment United States
infantry volunteers and Second
Lieutenant Grayson V. Heidt with
60 men'of the Third cavalry attacked the insurgents \y miles east
of Narvican Iloiles, province of Luzon. The insurgents held a strong
position occupied by about 400
riflemen and iooo Bolomen under
the command of Juan Villamer, a
subordinate of Timos. Desperate
fighting ensued, which was most
creditable to the force engaged.
Acting Assistant Surgeon Bath and
a civilian teamster were captured
early in the fight but'were released
by Villamer. According to the accounts, the insurgents were much
stronger than was reported here
and their loss, at a moderate estimate, was over iooo. Our loss
was: Killed — First Lieutenant
George L. Febiger, Charles A.
Lindenberg, Wm. F. Wilson, Thirty-third regiment, United State*
volunteer infantry; Andrew T. Johnson, farrier; Guy E. McClintocke,
Third regiment United States cavalry. Missing—John J. Boyd,Samuel B. Harrison, Thirty-third regiment; Sam Davis, Fred Schwen,
Third cavalry. Twenty-nine horses
are missing, some of which are
known to be killed.
(Signed) ^"MacArthur."
Going to the
Philippines
Two Thousand Recruits
Will   Start   Within
Three Weeks.
New York, Oct. 26.—Col. Kimball, assistant quartermaster of the
United States army, today announces lha#2ooo recruits will leave
for Philippine in the next three
weeks. The first thousand will
leave on the transport Buford on
November 5. The second transport
carrying the second thousand will
be the Kilpatrick, which will leave
on November  to.
Convicted ol  *l itiilatiichlrr.
Rockland, Ont., Oct. 25.—Jos.
Guidon has been convicted of manslaughter for having caused the
death of a fellow workman, James
Rocbon, as the result of a quarrel
on Tuesday.
A MSOOCkll.
Toronto, Oct. 25. --St. James
Square church Presb) terians, extended a call to Rev. Alfred Gan-
dier, M. A., B. D., of Massey
church, Halifax, N. S., to succeed
Rev. L II. Jordou, resigned. The
stipend is $3500.
25-The
No B. C. 'li 11
Ottawa, Ont., Oct.
militia department gave out ii list
of names of the returning Canadians
on the transport Idaho, due at Halifax in a few days. None of lhe
British Columbia men are on the
list.      	
One  Dollar  Uauiaices.
Woodstock,Out., Oct. 24.—Mrs.
Klstone, 70 years of age, was yesterday awarded one dollar damages
for breach of promise of marriage
from J. King, a few years her
senior. Action was instituted for
$5000.
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SATUIinAY,   Novkmhkr   3. 1900.
reuch Ids oll'io
I'I'III.ISIIKD EVBBY   BATtTSDAV   Al'
BILVERTON; B. 0.
Watches,
docks and
Jewelery.
Irinc Wiilcii liijiairiiw a fycci&liy.
All Woik Left at;The Ukcvlew
I Intel, Silveiton, will le forwnrd-
ed and promptlv uttenile<l to.
O. J3. Knowles,
SANDON,   - - -  B. Q.
Mil in son nuns.,   i_.lit.ir_i A Props.
PunscuiiTiox kati:h _
TWO DOLLARS A YKAU.
Advertising rutes tylll lie mado known
upon application at this office,
IF YOUR SUBSCRIPTION IS DUK.
0$S»««Q   UR   IN   ARRKARS    A
*) •>
'* g   BLUE   CROSS    WILL
5ft»*»«0   BE   FOUND    IN  THIS
SQUARE.       SUBSCRIPTION     AKI'
PAY/.BLK   IN   ADVANOE.     PH1CK
TWO DOLLARS A YEAR.
THE MAR
SELKIRK      THE
HOTEL, WHAM
LARGE     AND    COMFORTABLE
ROOMS TABLE     UNSURPASSED     IN     TIIE
NORTHWEST.
BRMDOiU BARRETT
SILVERTON,
. mm
B. C.
A Large
Assortment of
Confectionery
Exnected Shortly
M BEEVES'
Look Out For It.
H H Reeves.
THE RUASS BAND CONTEST.
In the fastnesses of China, in tlu> depths
of farCniliay,
Where no mil way ever travels fro'm
Pekin,
There's a dowager a-sitting in  Imperial
array,
And she's waiting for  the   Conceit to
begin.
Sho   hears   the round of tuning with an
Oriental smile
Which is suited to tho joss hon«e  nnd
tho nni que;
Aud tho   piogrntnma   ia us suitable the
I'.IIiptlV.S to hegtiild
As to iiuive Abdul the hl.inkcd in   Yildiz
Kiosk.
Each   iiiti-iii-i.it]    bus  a  notion that he
knows the proper tune;
But they're   waiting   for the lo. der of
the bund,
Who   is   prai tii-ine   in  I ot.-datii how to
blow the big bassoon
With a vigor which no heathen can
Withstand,
Tne preformersareto fnllow with suggestions as they please
Of Rt'pulilii'. Kaiser, Emperor or King,
For a  Enro)K>Hii' Concert,   though Composed iu many keys.
Is little mere than   wind   and less than
string.
The  music   will   he striking when they
learn to keep in time,
And  nut  introduce    Impromptus  ol
tin ir own :
Still there's laat  a  little weakness, dm-
to difference of clime.
Of choosing groat van't-ty offline
Within (ho next few days the ei;ony
and suspense that the politicians of
tlie Uuiied States and. Canada aro
laboring under will lio over and the
p ople of both countries will have
deciihd who shall rule over them for
(he in xt few years. In Canada the
indications all point toward* the
return of tho present government to
power and the interest in the general
result of the election is lost, centering
itself in tho chances cf individual
candidates.
In the United States tho hopes ol
hoth parties are biiuyed up, everything
pointing to a close and doubtful
contest, with McKinley the favorite
amongst tho betting fraternity.
80TIGB
yfpfiidcBtMor Parly Supporters. I
. .1      '.   .'■       I'M I*.    -'"I  .      •.   ., |
.............. ......... • - n-r«-»rn.i sifrj'nji
Wilh the close of the elections the
excitement attending tha getting out
of a newspaper in the quiet town of
Nelson will not bo over by a long
shot The oditor of Tlio Economist has
something pointed to say to t'le Miner
quill-pusher, and the Miner man says
lio has not written himself out on the
subject by any means. Tho fighting
editor of the Tribuiib has consented to
act as master of cpremony, held coats,
pass bricks for both parties, secure
medical attendance for the victor and
help to bury the vanquished. \Ve
are, with others, eagerly awaiting the
announcement as to thc exact date
of this contest before placing our beta
on '.lie lesult.
This is not so
tako   Notice
Too report  that   Chris   Foley,  the
The impression prevails that voters in
tiie coming I'l'iiiiuion election can vols
any i l.iee in the Killing.
All   iiiilo|i<.ii<lent   Voters
thnt   ynn   mllSt   vole   in the I'rovini-ia
Hiding   in   which   J'OU   tire  registered
Also   take   notlco     Unit     lhe   Vale
Curihoo-Kooteniiv election   lukoj   plaoi
on or about Nov. _.'l.-t.   Tho   exact   dfltt
will bo published as soon ns unnoticed.
By order of Committee
Independent Labor Parly
Silverion, Oct SMi, 1900.
T K \ I) Els"
For Pnrcba&o of Miii<.i'.il Claims.
Pl'RSUANT TO TIIE ORDER nf the
Honorable Mr. Justice Irving dated Itlih i
September,  A. D. MOO, Tenders will be
received hy tho undersigned up lo tl e
twentieth day of November, A. D. 1900. |
for lhe purchase of the .Mineral Claims of
the Comstock Mines  (Hritish Columbia)
Limited, situate at or near Silverton, l> '■
C, ill   tl.e  Dht'let of Sloean and known |
ns  "Ruhv   Trust,"  ''Kentucky  Girl,'
"Silver   t'lref,"    "(unstuck."     "ll'lii"
Pi ti r   Fraetiljn,'■'   "Silver   Cup,"    nnd I
"l-iihcl   Kracijo'i,*' nl!  Crown Granted
Claims,  a-d   also    the   Concentrator
innehinoiy and  plant (hereon belonging!
in the snid Company rither  togi tier or j
in pircelsj ihe said .Mineral Ciainisto he
sold sui-j.-et loa charge.
WILLIAM T. STEIN,
Official Liquidator,
Dated this Kith, dav ol October, A. D ,
1900.
E>idor Pulldliig, ?0p Granville Slrcot, I
Vancouver, D; ('.
NOTICE    TO   DELINQUENT
CO-OWNER.
To James Akskhson, Ynn nie hcrehv '
notified that IVO lone expended One!
Hundred Dollars in labor and improve- I
ineiits upon Hie Oak lund Mineral Claim !
on Fonr .Mile Creek iu the Simian Mining
Division, located on Ihn 80th, day oi
August ism., and recorded at the record '
I     	
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in   lhe Silvery Slocan at this Season of tlm Year is uiost Eni„ .
Because  il   mean   that   much leal oi   Dlsagreabjo li'mitiv Wot!' ''"
And yot our Customers need not Dread tho .... '(>l'
l^ciim Or 8no^
We can supply yon at Prices that cannot be  Underbidden win,
Styles of Wet and Cold Weather Goods, molt as
RUBBERS,   OEM BOOT'S,    RUBBER   IOLBO'sHnru "
RAINCOAT8, WATERPROOFS, U ..BRELLAS
OVERCOATS, MACKINAWS AND  DRESSINGJ*AOKRTH
Remember The Place	
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Kew   Denyer,    B, _p,     p f
♦ **■ * * * ****** ^aawBMte. ****A |
BATH
house
AN I)
LAUNDRY
EPTODATE IN EVERY HUANC1I'
irowiOTM B. Akqwxon's s*mt
"-.' in NEW DENVER  *Ilt am""*
WAKlIKI) TO MK -AMI   lltt.MI'll.V
""l-SKtiy
R. Arhiorl>tirii.
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silvkktunT^T-
(Laundry Woik Called For and Delivered Weekly.)
r     1 l      .  x    i ,, "..'.• ;  Aligns!   INHi. :uii
^dependent Labor Candidate, was the office of said Division on the tttli. rtav of
epte.n'er   1895,   in   order to bold said
elnmi under the provisions of iln-
Mineial Ac'., being the amount required
io hoid the same for the your eliding
S."|Hctiilier l_?ih. 1900 Aid if niihin
nii'rtv days Irom llu* date  of this notice
'What*' i-xOlaimed Ibe Chinese al-
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^_.i I i R lo stand agba.^i. "Yon continue
J Wliat matter if the instiuuicnts be just a j your military opoiallons regardlefs of
i        iHfle  flat, j the Sabbath?'
j    As long as something livelv  has  been
|       played?
But when tbe band is weary, and they
pars around the bat,
It's possible they'll Ond it hasn't paid.
—Liverpool Post.
UiiiUUUUtUUUUUi'
HHMUL 0[TCK0ITI\«S.
son of tii>' late  Michael Foley, a one
time Ens     i Canadian statesman, lias
received    contradiction.        Evidently
Ciiristopher is not in the class as those	
sons of their fath.r.\ Hugh John Mc-! vou  f,lil   or  r-fl,so '" wntribnte join
•   ' ' propoilion of such exnendiinro logetlier
witli all co?t of ndverlising, >om iuteivt
in said claim will become the propei It
ofthe   subscribers   und-r   Seel ion 4  of
An Act to amend the Mineral Act   1!KX)
F. F. I.ii:iisi-iiicn.
T   II    Wii.min
W. It, GOKOOK,
''ateil this li'tcetith dav oi  Septvmbei
iooo.
Donald and Sir C  Hdjbcrt  Tupper.
"Oh yes!'' replied the powers'
Jorcert   of   _!■
don't you know?—Puck.
urope Is a sacred concert.
Silverton B. C«^Si88**'is***si*ii88sJiiis;
THE
ARLINGTON
HOTEL*
Conveniently Situated near
Railway Station and Wharf.
GOOD  SERVICE COMFORTABLE | contradicted
ROOMS,
From authoritative sources it U
learned that tho report of tho contemplated disu.lowai.ee of tbe (.'rand
Folks and Kettle Itiver lt. II.
charter, which emanated   from  Grand
Forks,   is   a   political   canard, as we I '
surmised last week.    The  report  has [THE    CANDIDATE     OF     THE
received   wide circulation throughout' INDEPENDENT LABOH PARTY
the Riding   and   bhculd bo  us widely
YOUR
VOTE AND
INFLUENCE
Are solicited  for
Chris. Foley
CALIFORNIA   WINE
COMPANY, LTD.
NELSON, H. C.
■\X7-_£3:bXj__B3__A_.X_,__B
AGENTS JFOR
CALCJAKYIiEERJ
General        Full Line      Lumber,
Dry   & Mixed Sash and
Paints. Doors,
Mining
Supplies.
RISK...
Tables supplied with ill  Ibe delicacies
of the seaaon.
HENDERSON & GErHINO, - Paors.
SLOOAN CITV B. C.
|"i G. GORDJN,
HIES, IUL ESTATE, C0XVEYA1VCLH
NOTARY  PUIiLIC.
gILVERTON,       -      -      -      B. C.
CANADIAN
r»AoiF*ie
and Soo line
Still Oontinue To Operate
First-class Sleepers nn   all trains from
i
REVELSTOKE <fe KOOTENAY  LDG.
1 Also  TOURIST   CAR8 ...Pausing
 Dunmore .1 unci ion	
daily for St. I'mil, Saturdays for
Montreal and Boston, Mondays
and   Thursdays   (or    Toiohtu.
(Same cars rass Revelstoke one
day earlier.
NO
TKOUBLR
TO QUOTE VOU! BATW AND
' ti I V E    V O I
A
V O I N T E It
Regarding The Eastern
TRIP
You    Contemplate   Taking
|*ALL   AND   WINTER SCHEDULE NOW EFFECTIVE.
For rates, liikets, and full information
apply to G. B, Ciiandi kii, Agent, Silvcr-
| ,n, U. C, or
W. F. ANDERSON,
Trav. Push. Agunt, Nelson
E..1. COYLE.
t
A, Q. P. Agent,Vancouver.
The matter of petition signing camo
in   for  a   share   of   critic sin   nt the
uieetinj;   of   the   B.ard    of   Licence
Coniinissioners   at N. w    Denver  la>.t
Wednesday.    The upplioationx  cf six
out of the seven made wen; hupportcd
by lur^ely   signed   petitionn,   a^uintit
none of which were   contra   petitions
filed.     Nevertheless tliecoiiiiuist>iouers
reported   that  person..I objections bad
been   made   to   tin ni regardiiij,'   four
out of five of lh • applicalioi.s S.ranger
still, the   nanus   of   (hose   cbj -ctors
were found subscribed to the petitions
asking for the grunting of the licence*.
Under these circumstances the   Commissioners    resolved   to    grant    the
lieeiieen,  deciding  that (lie objections,
unless made openly, cither hy  petition
or in   person   at   thc   meeting, would
not be entertained.
Although the Coiiiuii»fiioiierii ba\e
power of rniihiilt-nil scope tbey are
obliged to consider the petitions and
other evidence presented at lhe
meeting, and if no objections are
made nre fairly bound to grant whatever licences mav bc asked for.
Tilers   is   great    need of  improvement     in      the    (eleeraph       M rtice
furnished   the   public by the C. I'. U
We have bad occasion   to  register   a
kick severul times lately over delays in
niesssgos    forwnrded    to   this    ollice.
Tbis week two messages were delivered
here, oue from Kaslo, which took   Ine
hours   in   coming,    tlm    other   from
Revelstoke, reaching here by the   help
of electricity in   twelve   hours   nnd a
half.    Either the Kootenay  system is
rotten   or   the operators ore stupidly ,
incompetent
Whilo wc  are talking we wish to'
state that thn local   operator  here  is]
most obliging and prompt in the delivery of messages when they  ultimately
PLATFORM OI-TIIK INDEPENDENT
LABpB PARTY.
The pisiform adopted consists of (he
follow inii eleven j'i.uits:
Uo 1- Kree eo:i)piil.sor.V edii'iition.
No 2—A lead working day ol eight
boors,
No ." — -iovorniiicnt lnc|iection of al
indiistrieH.
No 4— fhe sholltlo'i of tho contract
-Ms'ein pn all pnli.ie srorkf,
No 6--Thn public onnemhip of idl
franchlsss, encli ns isilways, Isiegrapbs,
waterworks, lighting, etc.
Nn tt—The alm'iiioii of Asiatic imuii-
srRiinu, the application ol the ediie tion-
nl lesl mid the nbnlitioii o( ipduifineiiU
11 forei(in immigration lo selllo in the
Dominion.
No 7—The abolition ol child labor under 11 ve.irs of age.
No 8 —The abolition of the tf'jnil depo.i-
I repaired of candidates for tho Dominion House.
No fl -l.c.mp iliiory arhilraiion ol l.dior
disputes
No 10— Prohibition of piison laOor in
competition with free hbor.
No It—Compulsory exorcise of the
Irsncbln.
•There is absolutely no
risk in purchasing yo-jr
watches, fine jewelry fin J
silverware from us. Wc
guarantee safe delivery; wc
prepay charges and cheerfully refund money in full
if desired.
Our new and handsomely
illustrated catalogue will IL.
assist  you  very materially '
and may be had upon application.
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SXclnilvs nf ripSDse of phy-
«ii iiin oi snrjeon and ilrojts.
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IV, L, II mu.mi, Secretary.
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