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 'JHE SlLv'IvHTOislAN.
SLOGAN'S BEST
KNOWN WEEKLY.
VOLUME FOUR.
LAKEVIEW   HOTEJ
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j^THIS  HOTEL  IS NEW AND NEATLY PUIINISJIED,
THE   BAR   IS   SUPPLIED   WITH   BEST  BRANDS   OF
WINES, LIQUORS AND CIGARS.
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THE SILVERTONIAN.    I
LOCAL MISIKU NEWS.
SUBSCRIPTIONS, i .0
NUMBBR  DJ
Zd.  2*£-   KlrLO-Txrles.   IFzop
JP. BURNS & co
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN ALL
KINDS OF FRESH AND SALT MEATS
RETAIL STORES AT
Silverton, Nelson, Trail, Ymir, Kas o, Bandon,
New Denver, Cascade City, Grand Forks, Sirdar
Midway and Greenwood.
..MAILORDERS PROMPTLY AND CAREFULLY ATTENDED TO.
HEAD OFFICE NELSON, B. C.
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V THAT IS UP-TO-DATE  CLOTHING   WjrH
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r      ER OUT OF SIGHT.
£ IE SO DROP IN AND MAKE VOUR SELECTION FROM MY SHELVES. FIT AND FlMsI;
QUIil'irQBd.   OVEBOOATINGS JUST IN.
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EVERYTHING NEW, NK.VI
AND UP-TO-DATE
TABLE LNHl'IiPASSED IN
THE NORTHWEST.
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THE DISTRICT.
BUS? AR0CXD THE HEWETT.
The Hewelt mine,   near town) which
etglttarn months ngo was but a prom (ring
prospect m   to-day noi only a mini Inn
giving prendre of roun becoming one bf
'I"' biggest producers of high wai'e Q|e
ll Ilia Slocan lake district, Thin proper!)
1  n beon devclopod, fur n syndicate ol
Spokane end oanbru o i Italisfs nude-
iheforinsaslupol II CulMuk, e orsaiiefri
miner, and under Ihedireel inanaiieineiil
ofC. T Crow, of  Dili  place, lo whom
thanks ure due  for the systematic and
ucoecsful opening upof thin prop rty.
Hie chief drawback to the Hewett mine
'mi  been  Ilia  hick  of   transportation
fadliilee for the  bringing down of iho
ore   for shipment 10 tl* Hiiielierui.il tie
taking up of supplies to the mine,   Thi-
iilliinliy however  is iow nvercomo as
he company will hy to-i'ay li ive finished
•i wsgonroed fr in the mine lo Silverton
nnd   Ilie   transportation of m:iteii;il will
loin  now on  in* cuhv and cheap tin
■a hole year mound.   Tluve ta now lyiiu'
utonr wliiirf pome 18,000 feet of lumbal
which   will   at   once be tnken up to thr
mine nnd suitable  bnildinge erected for
the accommodation  of the  miners cm-
ployed   ly   Uiis   company.   The   ln.iin
bonkhoun   to   be eracted  will  lie»
building -0 .\ 00 feet  and liie accommodations will  ha such  tint the beat
class of miners  will   bo glad to sf-ek
.■in |>l<o inciit   nt the Hewitt mine.    The
character  of   the   ore   pi.■dueed by Ihi.-
properly is a (Melons or dry oie I'aiiyinv
high  values lu ailver in the foimo'
sulphides,   rnhy   and   native silver and
grey copper, very rich epeclmens being
common,    the   average   value of the
ore bring bi_.li for even this hind of rieli
..res.   During the present    year    the
uewett company h u shlpiwd out to the
smelter   some  75 tons of oio and :it Ihe
present time there is already lacked and
ready for shipment nt tho mine 8003
-neks or nearly eight uarloada. Willi
tho completion of i)ie wagonroad and
the Bnishlng np ofthe mites being put
in at the mine She Hewett should lein
lipoikiii'in to ship ami marked at least
Otvs oerioad olore per week from now on
thus netting its owners handaonio
retains for ihe mooev, timo and skill
expended npon it-- development.
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Yesterday   Hill  Ibos, delivered at on
whart  18,000 feet of   lumber  for   the
Hewett mine.
The Arlington mine sent out LS0 ton-
of ore lost week from Slocan, part of il
being shipped in bulk.
A Mi ike of considerable impi rtaneo is
reported from tbo Emily Edith mine,
full particulars of whieh huve not yet
0 n in ide puhSi I, The .strike was made
on Thursday In the face ol So, 4 tnnnel,
hi I specimens of white quartz a foo
qtisre are shown having a two Inch
•ireak of ruby silver running lliroogh
ihem. This eii iriictci ol ere has nevei
11, fine heen foU.ld.al Ihe Imilv Edith,
The  cross-cut   tunnel   iU0 to tap lie
'edye   On   the   South  Wales  (iroiip, o
Ursuitecreek, encountered theledg«ai
i depth ill of 06 feet. The Vein | rove,!
0 be over live feet wide w tli a pajstreul
'ti the footwall of over a foot ol gfloni
and zinc ore, The owners intend to now
liift on tho ledge wjih the expectatioi
if sinning a good body of ore nt a point
in the vein under tbo showing exposed
hi the sin face.
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_l Parallfl Vi'in Discovered.
Mliile lately grading out for a blacksmith shop on the Hampton claim, neat
Sloean City, a new- ledge was uncoverett
Oil that property.    What  little rtork bm
heen done on Ihis i.ew  ledge shows it I.
lie a parull. I vein lo the  Hampton, ovei
the (eet wide   and   cuiryiug a four inch
paystreak   of  clean   galena   Uiat   give-
assay values   of   19J   ounces in silver ti
ihe ton.   This   new   discovery  wl I hu
ad I  v.due   to   the   Hampton   whicli i
already  considered  one  of lhe   mos:
Valuable properties in that district.
() i the Hampton vein a tunnel it
bein^ driven and another shipment oi
bigh grade ore being taken out. in Ibe
fire of this tunnel i.s a live inch streak
of dry ore Ihat gives assays cf l('3(
nances in silver in the ton. A goo.
trail io the pru|erty is now finished
buildings erected snd the owners N. F
lucNaught and J. A. McKinnon wil
have development work pushed upon i
a* fast as possible.
si.ocan Lake oue shipments.
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8 I L V E R I O N,   15. C.
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ASSAYED
Silverton
.1 Visit l_.i|._irla_il fn NiiiiTlnn.
Daring lbs first perl o| the week tliere
snived in town H. VFyane Pinch ac-
oompnnied by \h. Bremerich, who come
t>i Bilverton to examine the Wakefield
for the owners, and whose arrival here
h.i< heen looked for for somo time.
1'hev left at once for lhe Wakefield
where th-v will remain (or a (aw days
I making a thoro 'gh examiualioq of
that property to report to the owners
I the condition of the mine. Those here
s'bo know the property believe that the
report will be favorable and the property
resume epera'iuns SOOO. The Wakefield
is one ol Silverton's biggest mines, is
eipiipt wiih ii lirstc.iiss mill end tramwaj
and should be a dividend paying pit r
position. The result ol" theji visit means
n good deal to Silverton.
Shipments   of   ore   from Silveiton for
the year 1990. totaled 1698 Tuns.
All other Lake points 1885    "
The shipment    >>l   ore   Irom   Slocan
Lake points, up to anl Including  tin
present week, from Jan, 1, 1900.
Prom Bosun Landing, Tons,
Uosuii  S80
j From New Denver
Hartney  20
Capella . ^^^^^^^^K	
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R   [        Ore Is now being brought down from
'the Vain iiiver mine,
Prom Silverton
Tons
Emilv Edith 	
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Ileweit	
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Wakefield, (concentrates)
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Oalena Mines   	
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Prom Enterprise Landing
From slocan City
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THE   MKTAL  MARKET.
Hew York,  Oct, 18—B«t siKi r. <•.'?'.,
Lake copper,   i in Q0,
l.iad - The linn that fixes the selling
price lor miners and sm.'llers quotes lead
at M.OOat the close.
AXY AIVO AsJLraL, KINDS.
BOURNE    BROS.,
Seven Licences M'iiiiled.
If the opening oi new hotels and the
re-opening of old ones is sny Indication
ofthe hrislness outlook for the Sloean
this falljihero bhould he no reason for
coinplslnf. l>y a notice ulven in this
papi r it will be seen that seven new bolt I licences ore being applied for. Of
these applications one is fiom Silverton,
two from Slocun, two from Three Porks,
and one each from Springer and Lemon
eicks.
The Commissioners will consider the
applications on the Hist.
Matrimony is prevalent just now in
Tiverton.   This is a good sign.
t-'hasK. Hope, superintendent of tiie
Emily I'aliili, i.i now at ihat mine.
do toll. 0, Daigle's for fresh fruits
and confectionery,  Near  Postollice.*
A, Marshiill, ol Hano,'ate, Yorkshire,
Kmil.md, is noiv VLitiiig the Emily Kdith
mine.
S nun of our voters nc 'ompanled Ci. •
lidide Foley lo his meeting in Now Den
wrl.u. uijt'it.
On Monday It. Malloy, who h now
located near Slocan Cily, spent Ihe diii
ni town,
Duncan Grant, who has been Spending
ih« summer at (Sandon, returned lo
town on Tuesiliy.
(ie*. McLean has gone to Hossland to
ake charge of tho kitchen for the War
tagle boarding house.
Election Day, November 7th: Two
hundred*and fifteen sore candidate', and
live counties to hear from,
Sandon is   no v   welcoming   its  fir.-i
Chinaman.    II.iw lo ig will it   bo   h-for
Ihe Lako country is invade I?
I'ob sw.k. A house and lot in Silver-
ton. Well situated, A snap for a cash
ouyer.   Apply at this ollice.
Domlillck S.-.lk, one of onr old timer-,
who has been up al Sandon f, r some
lime returned to town thi* week.
licit Wilhelm, who has been viewing
'he slghtl at the Spokane fair, visited tl.e
own this week.    He is now in Slocan.
U. O. Tatlow M. L. A., ol Vancouver,
one of ths original ownars ol the Hewett mine, spent a few days here last week.
Polling day f<r Il.e Yale-Koo'enay-
Cariboo will bo Novci ber 21st. Such
has been announced by the lteturnini;
Officer,
D.in McKicllO1, tl|i h ovy weight oi
the halfback line of the Nelson footbnh
team, spent Tlianksgiviog Day here with
iii-j relatives,
The steady rain on ThanVsiivini: D iy
prevented the I asehall natc!>. Thus
was added another OitHH) for thanksgiving.
The Thistle Hot •', wli h has been
e'eued fir Uie past tew montlis, will be
r •-.i,i 'iied hi a few dais under the man-
igemetttol Patiiok Qrlffln,
Anbrew Stewart and Mi«s Mary Bis-
i ind Barclay, two ol Silverton's mos1
p .polar youag people, were mairied in
Nelson ou Wodnesday, the l"th inst.
Co igiatulutious.
Yesterday the Itav. Mr. Diaoin let;
for F irt Steele, where be will remain
until assigned io a new field of usefulness. His successor will bo Itev. Mr.
Mrlvay, formerly ol   Kholt.
K. (i. .'aigle is lu.ndling a fino line oi
apples, some of which, by boxes, average
iver one pound eucn in weight, These
are nol like fie ordinary run of big apples but nre excellent for eating.
All    work   in  the Jewelry  Repairing
line, left at lhe silverton Drug Store, will
be promptly forwarded  to Jacob Dovei
the well-known N'elson jeweler.    All re
pairs aie guakanteki, kou onk yeah. *
On Tuesday tire ss Sloe in brouirhl up
a barge loaded with coal for the Wiiliam
Hunter Co. Thisoial is from the Leth-
liridge mine* and is conceeded to tie the
best coal on Iho market for htaiing
i urposes.
Win. Harris, a well kcovn RIooan
prosproto', shot himself twice on llon-
d.iv with a lev, Iver, nairowly missing
the heart with one bullet. He is now
lying in lhe Slocan Hospital in a precar-
i his condition,
Perre AI differ ■ who shattered hia leg
so badly some time ago and who was in
consequence an Inmate of the Slocan
Hospital returned on Saturday. With
the aid of clutches, Perre is title to gel
about, bnt he expects soon to bo able t •
discard these aids to locomotion.
The Slocan loses one of its old timer*
in the death of II. \l Hammond, which
occurred in Nelson last Saturday. Toe
decased was well known In Silverton
through his connection with (he sioo.m
News Company, which bad a branch
here as weil as In Blocan and Sandon.
The remains were taken to Tacoma for
burial,
Yesterday Christopher Foley, the
Independent Labor Party candidate fo/
the Dominion House, aicompanled by
lames Wilks arrived I ere on the noon
(mat. They proceeded at once to
husiness, which was to canvas the town
ui tho interests of Mr. Foley, and a
meeting was railed at :! o'clock in lhe
diners' Union Hall at which Messrs
Poley and Wilks addressed the electors
<slhcred there.
The Hall  was  fairly well filled and it
is safe to say that HO per eei.t of the town
wis   present and both the speakers had
in attentive and  appreciative audience,
llr. Foley  impressed   upon his hearers
il.e fact   thst   both   Iho old parties wi r.i
iiposed   to  grantinjt   nny   reforms  or
enacting any legislation in the  interests
of labor and therefore   it   8io>id Ihem in
hand to  cut   loore from old party atTilr
iutlous  and   east  in tlnir lot with thjs
new pr.rty movement.     He dealt forcibly
with the Chinese and other objectioiiuhla
classes of immigration,   denouncing ilia
government's  immigration   policy.   He
.dosed his remarks  by enforcing up u
ds hearers the following: 'This  is not
my fight.   It is yours.   If you allow me
io be defeated I can sink back   ir to that
oblivion Irom which I sprung a few days
igo, and will go back to my work   at the
tail of my machine."     Mr. Foley in his
address  showed   himself   lo be all that
his friends here claim for him, a fearless,
ilunt nnd honest speaker impressing his
bearers with liis sincerity.
.Mr. Wilks closed the meeting with
in earnest address to the workingmen to
support their candidal*..
It is Quite Trim
That what a man seweth that shall ha
also rip.
That it costs money to read )•■ ur lille
clear lo a lawyer.
That a man never throws himself away
until he is worthless.
That some men never spend ni'.ney
unless they have sn audience,
That our fastest friends are always the
slowest lo pay up when they borrow.
That must wi men ran change their
minds faster than taey can make it np.
That being struck on the head may
make either a man or a match light*
headed.
That a man who always s.iys just wlnrt
ho    means    is  more    numerous   than
popular.
Tnot a lof of finds are retained hy
not saying the smart things we niiglJ
have said.
That people who know the mo t aro
thore who arc willing to let othf-ra know
somelhiui; too.
That no one knows the strength or
weakness o' his owu will until it huts ilp
head against a woman's won't.
That a man is never drunk enough tu
forget ull his troubles till he is too drunk
to remember any of  his joys.
Tnat the average woman doesn't | ul
the photographs af friends i.h • lik, s best
on ih i mantle, but those th.il take the
prettiest pictures.
That when it i.s prayer me, ii g night
ihe mother is allowed to go t ■ rep esent
h i family, but if it is a church cone r,,
tlio lathers and daughters alien ',
Written by Special Kttjues!.
^ew D^nyer,
11* C.
A new husiness house is to he opened
up on Lako Avenue Ilie first of next
month, A. Jill'ievs of Nelson having
leased the ground floor of the Union
Hall for Ihat purpose. Mr. Jeffrey will,
we understand, curry a good lino of general inorchaiidiv'. lie is expected in
with his family in a few days.
Moved in n MvNtcriiMM Way.
A deep gloom reiirns over the grem
in Sandon, The joyous rattle of tie
chip* and the rustic of the pasteboards
are heard no moro Such is the result
of a movement upon the part of the Sandon authoitios, but of the responsitil •
oun in the background no trace can be
found. The police of Sandon eie mysterious in their movements, refusing to tell
irom whom came tho orders to shut
down the games.
Talking  abont good advice, wehav.',-.
man   right   here  in town who is on tbe
verge of nervous prostration    biouuht on
by listening for Ihe last few days to goad
nlvice.    He has bad it   adluinloton d to
him iu lai _"' and small di>s;'s,   hurled at
'dm   in   tho   dark by unknown friends,
handed   to  him   in   chunks,     injected
hypodermicslly,   and   forced on him by
ill he meets.   The   victim   of  all    this
iood advice savs that for over filly years
he has   struggled   through   life and has
born j   the   griei   for any foolish net ions
that he hss done hut just why bo should
be pestered almost to  death   ns he is at
present,   ho   dees   not    know.   To  lio
stopped on the street and tulki d to in a,
fatherly way by old men who I eve sown
more   wild   onls   in   u year than he hss
done in a liletime, is bad enough, but, to
have soi, e brainless   kid with   his   list
balanced   on   the side of his brad and a
ivgarotte stuck  in   the gash in li is face,
that  nature   intended as  a mouth, stop
him on   the street and talk to him in |
paternal way is altogether too much and
this thing is not stopped  soon he will
have   to  resort  to  viohnce   to protect
I.inn-elf from his friends.
Wife—Is Mr. Grlgson a good story-
teller? Husband—Fine! He has beeu
married ei^ht years, and his wife be-
jieves everything he says.
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(M IS OVERPOWERED
Three Hundred  Rebels Surprise a Detachment*
AND    SCATTERED   THEM
Some Escaped   and  Others  Were
Kllled-Party of Scouts
Surprised.
Manila, Oct. 16 via Hung Kong
—A detachment of twenty men ot
the 24th regiment, while engaged
in repairing a ielegraph line, October 10, af a point near San Jose,
Isle de Luzon, were set on by 300
rebels and were overpowered and
scattered. Seven of the Americans
reached San Jose, but it is probable
that the remainder were captured.
The enemy surprised a party of
scouts of the 53d infantry at a point
three miles from Takloban, Leyle
island, killing three of the Americans at first volley. Two escaped
and gave the alarm but the enemy
succeeded in evading their pursuers. The native police of Takloban
had conspired to surprise the Americans. The bodies of the dead soldiers were badly mutilated.
A -Nlnalng NleMiier
St. Johns, N. F., Oct. 15.—The
steamer Kite, which has just visited
Cumberland Inlet, with supplies for
the American whaling station there,
reports nothing has been heard
from the steamer Windward. Hope
of her return this fall is not abandoned, 	
A Bad Storm
Halifax, Oct. 15.—Reports from
all along the Atlantic coast of Nova
Scotia, tell of great damage clone
by storm. A large number of
barks and schooners were driven
ashore, some sunk, but fortunately
no lives were lost.
invalid* Home
Quebec, Oct. 15.- The Dominion
liner Vancouver, with about fifty invalided Canadians on board, arrived here yesterday. No British
Columbians were among them.
In Quality
and Quantity
Canada is Leading In Its
Fruit Shipments
to Paris.
IIHIK'S   f'HAK«KS.
amyt He Will Be Able lo Substantiate
Them,
Toronto, Oct. 16.—H. H. Cook,
ex-M. P. of East Simcoe, refused
to be interviewed regarding his
charges against the Liberal government in connection with a senator-
ship. He however, says he will be
prepared to substantiate his charges
wlieii the time comes for doing so.
Were Blown
To Atoms.
Ottawa. Oct. 16.—A cable received at the agriculture department
today announces that the fruit
shipment to Paris this fall arrived
in splendid condition and has won
four additional gold medals. Prof.
Drummond of London, has warned
the Washington authorities to wake
up as Canada is leading in quality
and quantity in its dairy   products.
Inataut  limili
London, Ont., Oct. 16.—John A.
Smith, lately county constable, was
struck by the fast Grand Trunk express at a ciossing last night and
instantly killed.
A Whole Family Annihilated   Dispute   Over
a Homestead.
Hot Springs, Ark., Oct. 16.—
Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jones and lour
youn£ children were blown to atoms
last evening at Sells, Montgomery
county, 14 miles from Hot Springs.
While the family were at supper
their home was wrecked by an explosion of dynamite. It is believed
that a Hispute over a homestead
claim prompted the outrage. The
officials wired last night that they
were close on the track of the guilty
persons.
A  New  Balloou
London, Oct. 16.—A dispatch
from Rome says the Duke of Ab-
ruzzi i.s planning an improved type
of balloon for use ou his next polar
expedition.
li_.iil.li   u...i   Indira.
New York, Oct, 23.—Relative to
the sale ofthe Danish West Indies,
Denmark now demands $7,000,000
and the United States offers only
$4,000,000. The American offer
will be laid before tlie Danish parliament in November.
The ItlrenaerommiMlonrr.
In the Boundary license district
is included all that portion of the
West Kootenay electoral district
not in any municipality. License
commissioners recently appointed
are E, Jacobs, of Greewood, H.
Cannon of Grand Forks, W. B.
Townsend, of Rossland. Chief
license inspector, Canstable J. A.
Dinsmore, of Grand Forks.
H .Hl.il »\    I III I. IIA l-ll IKS.
1 HiiadlnnxTulk  ol Forming an   Indr
dependent Order.
Toronto, Ont., Oct. 15.—The
difficulties existing among the Order of Railway Telegraphers are
said to have revived a desire on the
part ol* the Canadian members of
the order to form an independent
order taking in the New England
states and Michigan.
fflralerloim   Death.
Toronto, Ont.' Oct, 16.—The
jury investigating the death of a
young girl named Rose Henderson,
who came to this city from Peterborough a few days ago and died in
one of the city hospitals, has asked
the attorney general's department
to have an analysis of the stomach
made, being suspicious of poisoning. The police believe the case
one of suicide.
Mouth Alrli auKmik.
Pretoria, Oct. 16.—It is stated
on good authority that the national bank of the South African republic will in the future be known
as the National Bank of South Africa.
Committed Nulrlde
Washington, Oct. i6.~Thomas
F. Lane, son-in-law of ex-Senator
Blackburn, committed suicide at his
home here last night.
Lnmber Mills
Are Burned
A Million Dollar   Conflagration In Wisconsin
Oskosh, Wis., Oct. 16. —Property to the^ value of more than a
quarter of a million dollars was
destroyed in the lumber district of
this city today. Starting at seven
oclock the flames spread rapidly, in
spite of twenty-five engines pumping water into them from every side,
and not until 10:30 a. m, was their
headway checked. At least thirteen
million feet of lumber was destroyed, together with part of the Hol-
lister-Ames company's mill, and the
plant of Challoner & Sons, The
losses are fully covered by insurance. Following i.s an estimate of
the losses: Hollister-Ames Co.,
sawmill, lumber, logs and shingles,
$80,000; Diam uui Match Co., lumber yards containing between five
and six million feet of lumber,
$155,000; Challoner & Sons' pattern shops and warehouses $20,000.
CRITICAL  AFFAIR
American Interests   Suffering in South of
China.
THE   WORK  OF  PIRATES
French Note Accepted and Troops
Ordered to Abandon
March.
New Vork, Oct. 16.—A special to
the World from Hong Kong says:
"Americans and their extensive
interests in the far south of China
are imperilled by the rebellion in
Kwang Tung province. Already
the revolt has grown to such proportions that the Chinese authorities are unable to suppress it. Mr.
Wildman, the V. S. consul general
at liong Kong, has gone to Manila
to confer over the critical situation
with General McArthur.
"Consul (ieneral Wildman has
warned American steamers not to
go beyond Canton. The U. S.
steamer Monterey is now being repaired at Hong Kong, as fast as
possible. A Chinese mob attacked
the Portugese guard at the barrier
on the peninsula on which Macao
is situated. The military turned
out and scared the rioters and then
marched through the streets. East
river is infested with pirates, who
have blocked the channel."
Troopa Return
Paris, Oct. 16.—All the powers
have accepted the Erench note as
the basis for negotiations. Li
Hung Chang has just ordered the
Black Elag and Kwang Si troops,
which are traversing ths province
of Hu Nan, on their way to join the
court at Sian Fu, to abandon their
march and return to Canton,
(IlilU.I-   NKOMMiT.
A I anadlan Volunteer Talk. Ilesard-
!nu Treatment,
Montreal, Oct. 16.—The lirst
Canadian from South Africa to uphold the Burdette-Coutfc charges
regarding the treatment of the sick
i„ that country, is Pete Dunham,
of Toronto, who arrived the steamer Vancouver at Quebec on Sunday
and reached this city last night.
Mr. Dunham was ill with enteric
fever at Bloemfontein and says that
there was much neglect at that
plate. ,
Kleetrle Wire Bid It.
Peterboro, Out., Oot. ifi.— Sam
Lung, a Chinese lanndryman, met
death by electricity yesterday afternoon while at work in the cellaJ
with water pipes. He had a small
incandescent light in his hand, the
wire of which is supposed to have
heen exposed, and came in touch
with Ihe water pipes.
Returned
True Bills
Against those Concerned
in the Ville Marie
Trouble.
Quebec, Oct. 16.—The grand
jury has brought in true bills
against F. W. Smith, E. Liehten-
heim, Godfrey Weir and Win.
Weir, charged with conspiracy to
defraud the shareholders and depositors of the Ville Marie bank. On
the request of the counsel for defense, to the effect that one ofthe
principal witnesses was unable to
be present, the case was put over
ill the spring session of court.
Additional
Nominees
Choice of the Two Parties for Dominion
House.
Ottawa, Oct. 16 —The following
nominations are anounced.
Quebec—Vamaska, L. A. Mon-
deau, Con.; L. 'Assumption,Horace
Ethier, Con.; Beauce.Chas. Bolduc,
Con.; Wright, |. M. McDougall.
Con.
Ontario—South Leeds, W. A.
Lewis, Lib.; East Peterboro, John
Lnng, ex-M. P. Lib ; Halton, D.
Henderson ex-M. P. Con.
Toronto—East, Geo. Anderson,
lib.; Hamilton, S. Barker and F. C.
Bruce, Con., Toronto Centre, John
Flett, lib.
Nova Scotia—Victoria, A. Ross.
Wallace Nominated.
Woodstock, Ont., Oct. 16—
North Oxford Conservatives have
nominated James li. Wallace, barrister, of this place to oppose lion.
|. Sutherland at the general elections.
Haa Heeoualdered
Huntingdon, Que. Oct. 16.—
Liberals of Huntingdon today induced W. S. Maclaren, who declined nomination a few days ago,
to allow his name to stand.
Brill.li Kiel ll.ni.
The total number of members
of parliament elected is 669, as foi -
lows: Ministerialists 400, opposition 269. As the Orkney Islands
district is regarded as a safe Liberal seat the government's majority
will be 130, against 129 at the time
of dissolution.
w   II.-hiIi of a I'm 1-11.Hi-1
Hamilton, Ont., Oct. 15.—W.
H. Irwin, publisher cf city direc-
tories, is dead, aged 68 years.
IN    Mil  III     t fit 14  t.
Mri-ngUi or the It,-Inn no,    The Nlek
and   t'onvaleaeent.
Ottawa, Oct. 15.—According to
reports received from Colonel Otter,
the strength of the regiments in
in South Africa, repectively is as
follows: First contingent, ^officers
and 769 men; effective, 516; on
command 37; convalescent, 73; sick
and doing duty/at; various rest
camps, 176. Second battalion, C.
M. R., parade strength ,184; sick,
107; missing 1. First battalion, C.
M. R., or Royal Canadian dragoons, parade strength, 105, sick,
106; in detachment, 39.
A ('.inline "tallon
Halifax, N. S., Oct. 15.—Two
British naval officers are at Sydney
with a view to having a coaling
station placed in Cape Breton, proh-
ably at Victoria.
Kin ..min,1 'Taken
Capetown, Oct.  K.— The British
re-entered Bloemhof near Kimberly,
October   14,   unopposed  and   captured 50 Boers.
Remarkable
Court Scene
Tried for Life -Youtsey
In Court On a Sick
Bed,
Georgetown, Ky., Oct. if,.--Hen-
ry E. Voutsey, on trial charged
with being a principal in the shooting of Governor Goebel, was still
unable to enter the court room today. Lying on his bed he was
drawn to the door of the jury room
and the trial proceeded.
Oleo From Injitrlea.
Tamworth, Ont., Oct- 16.—Mrs.
Kelley, this place, died today by being thrown out of a buggy.
Olympic  Oamea.
New Vork, Oct. is---The Herald
says: "America is to have the
Glympic game's in 1901. They will
be under the jurisdiction ofthe amateur athletic university and will be
held at Buffalo during the Pan-
American exposition,
A Broker Dead
Toronto, Oct. 15.—G. H. Stin-
•on, the well known broker, died
yesterday morning, aged 46.
CAPTURE CONVOY
General   French    Occupied
Carolina yesterday.
MAHON HAS AN ENCOUNTER
Eight Men Killed and Twenty Five
Wounded In the
Fight.
Louden. Oct. 16.—Lord Roberts
reports from Pretoria tinder date of
October 15, as follows:
"French slatted from Machadodorp towards Heidelberg, to clear
a part of lhe country not yet visited
by our troops. Mahon, commanding the mounted troops, success-
cessfully engaged the enemy on
October 1 j, but our losses were severe, 3 officers and 8 men were
killed and .} officers and 25 men
wounded. French occupied Carolina yesterday, capturing a convoy
during the march. Lord Roberts
also reports a number of minor affairs, showing that the Boers are
still octiveover a wide field.
ll.-1.ill. lu Oularlo.
fOy Annotated Pre«.)
Toronto, Oct. 16.—The deaths
from diphtheria in the province during the month ot September totalled 40, compared with 21 in
1899. Total deaths from all causes
were 1975 for 1900, and 1967 for
18<H).
Shamokin, Pa., Oct, ,»-_•.
colliery resumed operation in V
portion of the coal region th
morning. While miners gen "
think the terms of the convJ?
will be accepted by the Operato"
and coal carrying companies, on''
ators hereabouts insist that ao h
as they are concerned they will „ "
unless forced by the coal carr2
companies, sign an agreement t.
pay them ten percent.
London, Oct. 15.—About ,50o,
Thames lightermen struck fo
morning, considerably dislocating
trade. The strike is the outconj
of differences as to the interpret,.
tion of Lord Brassey's award
which terminated the great strik'
of 1899. Some of the employ*,
claim the right, under the award to
fix the hour, at which a day's work
is to commence according to th
requirements of business, but th.
employes dispute the claim.
New Lord
Chief Justice
Mini H) Kirlkara.
Chicago.Oct. id.—Adam Maesch,
a wood worker, was shot and probably fatally wounded last night.
The attack is said to have been due
to the f-ict that Maesch had returned to work with the non union men
after a strike had been declared.
Two Thousand
Coal Miners
March to a Colliery and
Are   Intercepted by
Troops.
Lansford, Pa., Oct. if,. More
than 2000 striking mine workers
made a descent on the ten collieries
of the Lehigh' Coal & Navigation
company in the Panther creek valley this morning. They came to
this place by two separate roads.
One crowd shut up the Nesquehon-
ing colliery while the other mob
was driven to Tamaqua and dis-
persed by a battallion of troops after
art exciting time. No one was
hurt. The troops had been ordered
to the district last night in anticipation of the march.
Scranton, Pa., Oct. in.—There
is a possible assurance that the end
ofthe strike of the anthracite miners
seems certain today in view of the
preparations which are being made
all through the Lackawanna valley
for (he resumption of work.
Faai  I'liri!   furore
London, Ont., Oct. 15—Erastus
Kenny, one of the stalwart yeoman-
ry of county Middlesex, is dead,
aged 77 years.
Want Tin-,,, t„ Htuy,
Capetown, Oct. iS.-General
Roberts announces that the colonial
volunteers, who have been on active service north of the Orange
nver, may return home as soon as
possible after the war. He expresses the hope, i.owcver, that.t'ie
volunteers will remain in the field
until the termination of the wnr
and says that their leaving now wili
have tbe worst possible effect.
»r. tap, rarij-ie
Toronto, Oct. t5.^Dr. jas.
Carlyle, last surviving nephew of
the great Carlyle, son of hi. eldest
brother dted here Saturday „ig,„
alter a long ,l|„e88, aged 6      *
Lord    Alverstone  Sue.
ceeds the Late!Baron
Russell
London, Oct. 16. It is officially
announced that Lord Alverstoni,
formerly Sir Richard Webster, ha]
been appointed the Lord chief juJ
tice ol England, in succession t/
to the late Baron Russell ol LjjJ
wen. Justice L. A. Smith succeed]
Lord Alverstone as master of tin '
rolls.
Jiniilird HI* Hall
Montreal, Oct. 16.—A warrant
has been issued for the arrest of T
J. Chisholm, manager of the Montreal Cold Storage and Freezing
company, who forfeited his bail
when the case against him wat
called yesterday foreneon.
Dominion Noiuluailou*.
Montreal, Oct. 15—The follow.
ing nominations are announced:
Quebec—C. H. Hought, A Mc
Cormick, Cons.; J. P. Brown, I*
M. P.. Lib.; Brime. Hon. Sidney
A. Fisher, Lib.;
Ontario—South' Greenville, J.
Carruthers, Lib.; East Middlesex
Thomas Gilmour, Lib.; Toronto
West, E. B. Osier and E. F.
Clarke, ex-M. P., Cons.; Cornwall
and Stormont, A. F. Mulhern, Lib,
Nova Scotia—Hants, A. I'litnam,
ex-M. P., Con.
Quebec West — P. J. Kerwin,
Irish Catholic, Con.
London, Oct. 15.—The election
returns are complete with the e«-
cept ion of six polings today and
the polling in the Orkney Island*
Oct. 24. On this announcement
the I'nionists have gained as W
lows:
Ministeralists, 36; Opposition35.
The total number of members of
parliament elected is 66.1, as follows: Conservatives, 311; I'nionists, 68; Liberals and Lahorites,
184; Nationalists, 80.
Tlttl\    U'HKC'K.
All Open Mt'ltrh  in UM thr   Ural* d
Two Jlfen.
Chicago, Oct. 15.—An op"1
switch, believed to have been purposely misplaced, caused the death
of two men and the injuay of three
others, and made wreckage of the
engine and forward part of the See
Vork and Boston express train on
the Lake Shore Michigan Southern
road last night.
Four boys have been arrested
supected of having caused the
wreck, The boys, ranging from 9
to 11 years, deny that they wrecked
the train, but one of them said he
knew two boys who had stolen
parts of the switches.)
Mir. XI lift-Id'* l Ita Urn**.
Montreal, Oct. 1'.—Regarding
the charges of H. H, Cook, ex-M.
P.. Liberal, for East Siincoe, th*1
lie had been asked to pay $10,000
for a Liberal senatorship, Hon. Sir-
Wilfrid Lnurier has written a letter
to the press challenging Mr. Cook
to prove the same. LATEST RESULTS
Returns Received from the
English Elections.
DOMINION     NOMINATIONS
Leading Toronto Liberals Not Sat
Is I led With the Government's
Trade Policy.
London, Oct. 12.—The results of
yesterday's elections, given out this
morning,
trains am     ^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
respective totals of gains  being 34
and ;
give  the   I'nionists four
thc Liberals three.   Their
The total number ot members elected is(J25, as follows: Min-
isterialists, 383; Opposition, 242.
London, Oct. 12.—Dr. Gavin
Brown C lark, radical, the former
consul general of the Transvaal to
Ureal Britain, and a pronounced
Boer sympathizer, was defeated by
Leicester Warmsworth, Liberal
L'nionist, in the election at Caithness yesterday. Dr. Clarke has
represented the district since iHKt).
Toronto, Oct. 12. — Prominen
Conservatives say:
"fharleton, the well known Liberal for North Norfolk, while not
desiring to break with the party
leaders, as Mr. II. H. Cook, ex M.
P, P. lias done, is preparing a letter
sharply criticising some details of
the governments policy, particular-
Kin regard to the trade relations
with the I'nited States."
The following nominations took
place yesterday: Nova Scotia, Halifax county, R L Borden, Conservative; Halifax city, T E Kenny,
Conservative; N. B., York, Alex
Gibson, Liberal.
Quebec Begot, L 0 Tallinn,
Conservative; IVintiac. Thomas
Murray, Liberal.
Ontario—Stormant and Cornwall,
R A Pringle, Conservative; West
Bruce, J Gentles, Conservative;
South Brenfrew, A A Wright, Liberal; South Huron, J McMillan,
Liberal; East Huron, Dr MacDonald, Liberal; West Toronto, Aid
and J I) Allan, Liberals;
Centre Toronto, J Flett,   Liberal.
says the  London Daily Mail,   He
was always intensely popular with
his  soldiers.    But when   he landed
in   Cape   Town  it  remained to be
seen   whether   he   possessed   that
high gift of a general—"to see the
other side of a hill," as Grant put it,
and  know  as if by  intuition what
what the enemy would do and think.
The   world   was   not   long left in
doubt.    Close upon thedisasterous,
the terrible  tale as it seemed  then,
of   Spion   Kop   and Vaal   Kraut*,
came the  news of the gathering oi
a new army at Modder river, of that
brilliant   advance   to  relieve Kimberly,   of  the resolution that never
flinched  at the  loss of the famous
convoy, and last and greatest of all
of the enveloping of Cronje.
Paardeberg was the really decisive battle of the war; in the
hour when the white flag went up
over Cronje's laager tiie British
Empire passed from the twilight of
deleat to the full, glorious day ol
victory.
It is sufficient praise, then, to say
of our Commander-in-Chief, that he
proved himself a consummate strategist and tactician. In the long series of marches from Paardeberg to
Bloemfontein, from Bloemfontein to
Kroonstad, from Kronnstad to Pre
toria, (rom Pretoria to Koomati-
poorl, where he was present, his
combinations were as near perfection as are possible in war. He
never suffered a real reverse; where
he was in person battalions did BOt
walk Into traps; or batteries suffer
annihilation.
GERMANY THE FOE
Significant  Remark to the
Russian Troops.
WITHHELD   FROM   CHINA
General Tells   HI    Men the   Czar
Needs Them at Home,
division, this city, has accepted the
Liberal nomination for St. Law-
rence division, in place of E. GofT
Penny, former member, retired.
London, Oct. 12.- Significance
is attacked to a speech made by the
Russian general in command at
VVilna, to some troops that had
been ordered to China, but were recalled from Odessa on the very eve
of sailing. The general in addressing lhe men made this  explanation:
"The Czar decided that it was
necessary ta bring you back to VVilna, so that you might be ready
here to join against a foe we shall
be ordered to meet." The foe hinted at can only be Germany,
Played Golf
At Spokane
Rossland Men Were Royally Entertained—
The Score.
B
She /Hakes
Great Speed
The Battleship  Wisconsin on Her Trial
Trip.
Santa Barbara, Cal., Oct. 12.—
Hie Wisconsin has just completed
lhe most successful trial trip
*vei made by a battleship in this
country and she is pronounced the
nnesl vessel ever turned out by ihe
1 nion Iron Works, which built the
Oregon, Tha big vessel gained a
maximum speed of 18.54 knots per
,lin" and maintained an average ot
'7*5  knots   per   hour.    The  only
n">" battleship approaching this
'Peed is the Alabama, which averted 17-1* knots and attained a
m»ximum speed of 18.03.
LORD ROBERTS.
' he war in South Africa has now
lasted almost twelve months. It is
no* practically at an end, and very
*00" it will have passed into bis-
0!>- The dispersion of the Boer
;" n,y and its division into a lew ma-
r;"KluiR bands has encouraged Lord
Roberts to look to his preparations
0 return home, and before long
ne idol of lhe British army and na-
"°" will set  out for London   lo re-
ce|ve  his rewards  and the homage
01 •' devoted people.
Lord   Roberts   went   to    South
r'c 1 m an hour of great  calamity,
"en three separate  Hritish   armies
I jw s«stained three separate defeats,
j.*"1'  ;it B lime  when   not a few
"ome,   and   very  many abroad,
™"bted. the  possibility  „f   British
■ZTS}.  th«W»r-    He hadnoth-
"8 ° gam and much to lose ; am-
"^nwy   be   said   to   have
T'ed.'" the grave of hia only son,
T° Ml so gallantly at Colenso.
;''• Perhaps, was why the British
pe"]5.le trusted him ao completely.
sinm'r ?• J dl",nt«w«t«dt?ess, his
una lin; y'. •'? n-*n «hrage, were
^al'tlei winch appealed to all men,
Captain P. McL. Forin, R. M.
Dixon, William McXatighton oi
Rossland and Judge forin of Nelson, returned from Spokane this
morning where they took part in
the international golf tournament
held there. Captain Forin said
they were entertained at the Country club, and were put up at the
Spokane club, where they were
furnished 100ms. Thev arrived iu
Spokane Tuesday and during the
day ihey indulged in friendly practice game, with the Spokane play*
ers. To fill out the Rossland and
Nelson team, the Country club
loaned two of its players, T. K.
Binnie and B. J. Coleman.
Wednesday night a ball was given in their honor and the Hritish
ensign was raised over the club.
It was a very enjoyable .-flair.
Wednesday the game was played
anil was won by the Spokane Country club, _)7 up. It was an ideal
day lor golf and many spectators
followed their favorites around the
links.
It has been several years since
any of the Rossland and Nelson
players have played golf, and they
were not in condition to keep up
the hard play, however the game
was oose, as regards the morning
play, Spokane being but four holes
up; but in the afternoon the Hiitish Columbia players fell the fatigue
of hard play and did not do so well.
The final score with the pairing off
of the team- is as lollows: Mc-
Naiighton ami Nettleton, Nettleton
won, ,; up; Dixon and lloyt, lloyt
won, 14 up; Coleman and Ramsell,
Ramsell won, 10 up; Judge Forin
and   Williams,   Williams   won,   10
up;   Captain   Forin and  Glidden,
Glidden won, 5 up; Binnie and Mason, Binnie won, 2 up. Jules H.
Spadone ol the Waverly Golf club
of Portland, refereed the game,
Expellee I 1,.111 the Order.
St. Louis, Mo., Oct. 12.—W.
V. Powell, who for seven years has
been grand president of the Order
of Railway Telegraphers, was expelled from the organization yesterday by a large majority of votes of
the delegates present. The charge
against Mr. Powell was conduct
unbecoming a member and officer of
Order.         	
l.eucral Paeeeiutrr Akoiii.
Chicago. Oct. 12. — F. A. Miller
has been appointed general 'passenger agent of the Chicago, Milwaukee & St. Paul railway, vice George
lieatTord, resigned.
0|i|n,«iil   10   Prohibition.
Toronto, Oct. 12.—The Licensed
Victuallera'association of this city is
urging united action to] defeat all
candidates espousing the cause of
prohibition at the general elections.
l.l|>loii'„ New   I ton I
London, Oct. 11.—Further in
formation regarding Sir. Thomas
Upton's new challenger for the
American cup confirms the statement that the boat will be named
the Shamrock, and will be selected
by a series ot contests between the
yacht Watson is designing and the
old Shamrock, after the latter shall
have undergone the improvements
proposed by Fife, though both
yachts will be kept fnlly manned by
Sir. Thomas Lipton and [may cross
the water together. The challenger
will be commanded by a well known
amateur yachtsman whose name
Sir. Thomas does not wish to divulge at present. None of the old
Shamrock's former captains will be
employed in coming races.
HE WAS FLEECED
How J. JH. Harris Was Done
Up at Poker.
PAID   IN    RECO   SHARE8
no  rhlueie  tabor.
Capetown, Oct. 12.—The South
African league, at its session yesterday, uuar.imously voted against
the introduction of Asiatic labor.
Cecil Rhodes emphatically opposed
the importation of Chinese labor into South Africa,
Her < Kiiiliiiiui Mono,
Berlin, Oct. 12—Emperor William's abandonment of his proposed
visit to Herr Krupp is interpreted to
indicate that there has heen a turn
for the worse in Ihe condition of his
mother.
Lew   Houck  Worked   the  Sleeve
Game   Action to Recover
On Stock.
ftroiuial   Ihe   World.
a
New  Vork,  Oct.   12.—Mr.'and
Mrs. Duncan  E, Cameron, arrived
today from   Liverpool.    They have
completed     their     wedding    tour
atound the world.
To Recover
On Bonds.
Russell Sage and Others
Bring Action Against
a Township,
Heiincll   ll<>_>aiiiiiii.l.
Almonte, Ont., Oct. 11—North
Lanark Conservatives have nominated Bennett Rosamond, as their
candidate.
Considering
the Advance.
Coal Miners   Convened
at Scranton This
Morning.
St. Paul, Minn., Oct. 12.—Russell Sage of New York among others, is seeking to recover money on
railway aid bonds issued hy the village] of Reeds, Wabash county.
The supreme court of the state has
declared the village lost its corporate existence through changes in
the charter in 18115. Finding no
village to sue, the bondholders have
commenced action against the township iu which Reeds citizens Jive.
Till:      tllM'.lltl.     %M l It lis
I'l-l/r.     Ill-IP ll.HI. ,I     HI
fair.
llu-   S|inkniii'
llr.   Hiimi.il.
Halifax, N. S. Oct. 11. —Liberals
of Hants county have nominated
Dr. Russell, formerly member for
Halifax, as their candidate.
Will   .tiee|.l.
Toronto, Ont., Oct. 11—0. A.
Howlaiul, ex-M. P., who resigned
his seat in south Toronto to contest centre Toronto, will again BC
cept nominal ion of the Conservatives.
Two   I)., lliiiiili.ii..
Montreal, Oct. 11—Laval county   Liberals  have   nominated Dr,
Fiiitiii. Mr. Diichmare, Conservative nominee In llochelaga county;
and W. S. Maclaren, Liberal nominee, in Huntington county, has declined thc nomination.
Scranton, Pa., Oct. 12.—The
convention of striking anthracite
mine workers called by President
Michell.ofthe United nunc workers,
for the purpose of considering the
10 percent nel advance offered bj
the mine owners, commenced thi-.
morning. The hall was soon filled.
Ten ' minutes   after   the    national
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presidents..arrival,|he|callcd the^del-
egates to order and delivered an
advisory address to lhe delegates,
admonishing them to consider seriously the course thev intend to
pursue.
Troop* Will It, iniilii
Shenandoah, Pa., Oct. 12.   Gen.
Gobin says there will h»» no movement of troops homeward until after the Scranton convention adjourns.
v.iiii   1 »»,\   1.11,1 trail
Windsor,   Out.,   Oct.    11.—Lib-
erals ol North Essex  yesterday selected Mr, R. F. Sutherland to contest the  riding at   the generel elec
tions in   place   of W.    McGregor
former member, retired,
For  Centre  Toronto.
Toronto, Ont., Oct. n.— Il is
understood the Liberals who have
failed in inducing W. E. II. Massey, or Ed Gumey, are endeavo -
ing to induce Stapelton Caldccott,
the well known dry goods merchant, to run in centre Toronto.
Liberal   Nomluee.
Montreal, Oct. 11.- Robert Bick
The gold medals won by the mineral exhibitors were awarded "by
Mr. Hawley. Hritish Columbia took
the chief of them. * | First was the
prize for the best district exhibit,
a handsome gold medal in a red
silk lined case, which went to Rossland, which is represented here by
\\. II. White. Hritish Columbia
also securedthe first prize lor the
state or provincial exhibit, which
was an equally 'valuable medal.
W. S, Dowsing of Nelson received
the medal on behalf of Hiitish Columbia. In honor of the occasion
the Union Jack was draped alongside of the S tars and Stripes above
the platform. Oilier medals won
hy the mineral exhibitors were:
Second district prize, Nelson, H. C.J
third diatrict prise, Index,  Wash.;
second state prize, Washington;
third State prize, Idaho. -Spokesman-Review.
Political  Work
London, Oct. II,—When questioned regarding the pork corner,
Sir Thomas Lipton said: "Yes it
is a fact that I control today practically all the pork in the United
Sttttes. 1 have no intention of raising the price toany exorbitant degree. I am satisfied to make a
fair profit out of the deal and I
shall dp all possible to avoid causing serious trouble to those who
sold short. In fact I let some go
Ihe other day in order to save a few
threatened failures."
Nelson, Oct. 10.—The case of
Henley vs. Reco Mining company,
which was set down yesterday for
trial at the assizes will be one of the
most interesting actions ever tried
in this district says the Tribune.
The suit arises out ot a poker
game in which J. M. Harris, presi-
Jvrit ot the Reco, was fleeced to a
finish by Lew Houck, one of the
cleverest card sharpers who ever
came west. The case is robbed of
some interest by the fact that
Houck is dead. It is asserted that
lie worked the "Montana sleeve"
game at Sandon, and in the approaching trial tbe defence will
produce the evidence of the tailor
who made the sleeve. Houck's
ability to palm cards i.s evidenced
by the fact that Hartis had no suspicion he was getting the double
cross until some time later when he
learned of ^Houck's identity. In
the meantime he settled his debt
to the sharper in Reco shares.
Houck sold the shares and ihe purchaser is bringing the action to
compel the Reco people to honor
:he transfer.
The story of the game at Sandon
is worth telling. A Spokane business man had visited the Slocan
metropolis and played poker for
high stakes. He lost, and J. M.
Harris got the big end of the game.
When the Spokane man arrived
he secured a tip on Lew Houck, and
put up a deal with tbe famous sharp
to secure revenge on Harris. They
went to Sandon and worked the
job smoothly. Harris lost $1600 in
cash and several I. O. U.'s at one
•.ilting, and between $2500 and
S;,oo in eash and a block of Reco
stock in another. Then the visitors
pulled out, and when Harris became informed of the proposition he
liad gone against a notice wat
posteil repudiating the stock certificates,
Shot  by   IMI.take.
Campbellford, Out., Oct. ia—
Charles Stevens, a cheesemaker at
Seymour, was shot and instantly
killed on Tuesday. One of the employes was shooting rats about the
premises when Stephens got into
the line of fire and received the
charge.
Death   ol' a   Maiiuftieliirar.
Toronto. Oct. 12,—J. P. Mcintosh, ofthe firm of J. P. Mcintosh
& Son, manufacturers of cereals,
died here yesterday afternoon, after
a long illness.
No More
Round Dancing
New Brunswick
Is Flooded
A Steady Downpour  of
Rain for 118
Hours.
Archbishop Gauthier Orders Diocese to Re-
frainfrom it
Kingston, Out,' Oct. 12.—Archbishop Gauthier has notified the
priests of the diocese of Kingston
to inform their respective congregations that Catholics are to refrain
from round dancing.
St. Johns, N. H.,  Oct.   12—The
entire province of New Brunswick,
up to 9 o'clock last night, resembled a lake.     It rained   steadily for
118  hours.     Between  Vanceboro
and St. John there are 35 washouts
on the railway, some 100 feet lon^
and 25 leel wide. Conditions are the
worst in years and thousands of
dollars of damage are done. The
rain Stopped at an early hour this
morning.    No lives have been lost.
erdike,   M. P.,
Halifax,   N.   S,   Oct.   11.—The
Mail, (Conservative) says there are
1300 names less on the voters'list
than four years ago. That paper
blames the Liberals for dropping
the names. Its statement is causing excitement here because, if true,
  the   Conservatives   will   be   hatuli-
^m*\mm*^m*^m*^mm*m
of the St.  Antoine I capped at the first of the campaign.
0>    TIIK   IIIC!'1_!II.M>I in,
\ Ton Ktamp mn i« to n<   luatallcd
at Ohio.
J. F. Saucier of Rossland, one
ol the holders of Referendum shares,
was In the city yesterday and confirmed the report as to tbe recommencement of work on the Referendum. The Forty nine creek wagon
road will be continued past the Maj
and Jennie group to the Referendum, the latter company having
contributed $500 to tbe cost. The
company has a ten-stamp mill
bought and paid for and the plan 1
will be delivered on the ground and
set up as soon as the new road affords transportation facilities.
Since the present company took
over   the   group   about $7000 has
been expended in development ami
a large amount of medium grade
freo milling ore is on the dump and
blocked out in the workings. Mr.
Saucier states that the capacity Ol
the mill will probably be increased
by ten additional stamps at once.
The company is assure! that the)
have a first-class properly in the
Referendum and will proceed without delay to place it on a productive
basis.—Nelson Tribune.
South .tiiiiiin Situation
Grand Rapids, Mich., Oct. 12.—
V. Looter Wessels, special commissioner of the South African Republic to the United States yesterday received a letter from Secretary
J>e Bruyan, of the Boer envoys,
now in Holland, containing the first
reliable and definite information of
the plans of ex President Kruger
that hasbeen made public. The letter
states that ex-President Kruger will
leave Delagoa bay on the Netherlands warship Gelderland in a few
days, He will be taken to Holland
where the envoys are awaiting him.
In regard to the intimation in British newspapers that English warships might be sent in pursuit, Mr.
Wessels says that any such action
by Cireat Britain would be accepted
by the Netherlands as a direct declaration or war and the little Dutch
nation would act accordingly.
Ex-President Kruger bears a
commission from the Hoer republic,
but exactly what it is, not even the
envoys of the Boers know. They
suppose, however, that it will endeavor to secure intervention by one
or all of the European powers to
the end that the individuality of the
republics shall not be annihilated.
Mr. Wessels stated that the reports
of large numbers of Boers immigrating to America were unfounded.
He said : "You need not be surprised if there is a rebellion of the
whole of South Africa before the
year is out. The only reason the
Cape Colonists did not join us at
the outset was because they had no
arms and neither Ihey nor we expected war and  were  imprepared."
Hho * in in < iiiiiii'iiiii-
New York, Oct. 12.—The challenge of Sir Thomas Lipton for another seiies ol races for the American cup, will be considered at a
special meeting ot the New Vork
Vacht club called for Tuesday evening, October 16,
Will He   No ( limit:..
The Supreme court sittings will
be held at Nelson, Oetober 16 and
in Rossland October 29. It is
thought the sitting on the civil side
would be postponed in both instances, but the attorney-general
has declined to make any change.
It is reported that Mr. justice
Walkem will preside on the   bench.
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Saturday, Octoiikr 20. 1000.
.   I I'lll.iMIIU) EVERY   BATI'MIAY    AT
SILVERTON, - - - B. 0.
MATIIKSON BUM.,
■r'T"11  ■ *.:.--'_L_—-_.__£_____?-. ._'_.' '" ' "'■■-■-^TT'-'-'*-" '*_—"''"_".-'.."
sit;ht cf God?   And all this   is   being
done in the   name   of Christ and civ-
liliz it .ion, hut it looks   more   ns   if  it
51 were being done   for   the   self   8'or~
| ifieation of a   few generals     Because
those   whom  they seek, the Chinese
Kttlton * Prop*, [court, cannot Im reached they revenge
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Clocks and
Jewelery.
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daily for St. Payl, Saturdays (or
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LAY OF THE POPULIST.
In the shade of a haystack
A. popnli.it sat,
A twisting tho hrim
Of his tact Minnm r's li.it,
And trying to lighten
His mind of a  Ion.I
By   hiiiiiiiiiiii;  tho words
Of thu following ode:
Oh for In-e si'vor!
Oh, for a changf I
Oh for McKinley iu rifle shot range I
Oh lor a chancy ut   plutocracy's
ranks!.
Oh for ii eraclt at the national hanks!
Ami 80 h<; kept  oh inj
For al) he hud not—
Not contented for owing
For ali thnt he'd got,
—Hoi Air.
uumm.a,.m.a.iUi.
EDITORIAL OUTCROPPIAGS.   ;
utuuu.uuuuuuul
One of our   old-timers   while goinp
•hrou»h  his  war-sack  resurrected an
•Id copy of the   Slocan   Prospector of
Three Forks, which long ago succumbed
forthe want of patronage, to that tete
which   so   often   causes the untimely
demise of  newspapers in (his land ol
lightning   changes,   the Great West
In thia   old   papier,   with which    we
hrve  been presented,   we find a long
lescriptive account of the many mines
urrounding   Three   Forks,   Sandon,
Sew Denver and S.'lverton.    Some of
hese   have  Binee   become prominent
•s big   producers of   wealth, hut, aia-
•onie of them   also have   lain  all thi*
ime, since .March J8&5, in practically
'he same condition  as that  described
>y this old paper, and   the description
riven of them at that time would (ally
very well with a description given of
hem   at  the   present day.    With tln-
xception of one, the  Vancouver, none
f Silverton's   present working minea
ire mentioned and   the   names of the
Hewett, Wakefield,   Bosun, Noonday,
Emily  Edith,  L. H,   Rockland  and
Jongo ore alseut from the  list, going
o show that it is not always the first
properties struck in a camp that   tun
<ut to bc its bontnxM,
For rates, tickets, and full information
apply to G. B, Chandler, Agent, Silver-
Ion, B. C, Of
W.F.ANDERSON,
Tray. Pass. Agent, Nelson
$ J, COYLE.
A.' G,' ?• typA.t, Vancouver.' slaughter,
There is aprobablity of another little
election for some British Colombian
voters within the nwet few weeks and
prospects for some lively scrapping.
Through the acceptance -of candidate-
ships for the Dominion elections by
Ralph Smith and Mayor Gaiden, th"
bcal constituencies of Nanaimo and
Vancouver are thrown cpen, and there
is also a strong likelihood of mother
Cassiar election. In this last Riding
the late elections are rendered more
or less invalid by tlio non-urrival of
some of the ballot boxes at some of
the polling sub-divisions. These three
seats, all,former Government suppott-
ers, would be very acceptable to the
opposition and doubi.h.rs Joe Martin
will make an effort for them.
These elections will doubtless be
held siTultaneouily, but before .the
Vrits are issued it is quite certain that
Premier Dunsmuir will hnve mnde
public his "Provincial Policy" of
which so much has been lately   heard.
It will soon be so that the electors
of this Province will feel neglected if
not called upon to exercise their
franchise at least every six   months.
themselves     utioii       tbo      innocent
1    is
peasantry for the crimes of the Chinese
Oiliciais. The Russian Cjssuck, litile
removed fiom the brute beast, h not
the only one who has engaged In
willful murders. The American, with
his "equality of 1111111'*, the stolid
German, with 'God and Fatherland''
upon his lips; the chivalrous Fr"iich-
mas, with his prayer to the Virgin, all
r vol in the amount of destruction and
human misery they cnn cause. The
British Sej oy turns his eyes to Mecca,
off'rs up his prayer to Mahomet and
then turns to his bloody work with a
-tial that it is hard for the others to
sii'piss, thus out-Christianing the
Christians.
To our disgrace l»o it said, the only
troopa of the Allies engaged to-day in
China who are not accused of a in
barbarities are the Japinecee,
themselves heathens, fighting iu the
cause of Christ but in a more Christian
manner than thine who have hail tie
benefit of hia, teachings for twi
thousand years.      .
MINING   RECORDS.
NEW   DENVER—LOCATIONS
Oct 2—May Not! fr, and Dedu lr, Carpenter ck, G A Petty.
Pharo, Silver mt, T Avison.
Champion, Red uvt, Jf Bowes.
4—Pollard Extension, cr Alamo tram.
N AfacDonuld.
King fr, Noble Five mt, J G McGohran
t>—R E fr, McGatgan basin, F H
Wilson.    Record.  Silver nit, E Brindle
8—Colonial, adj Freddie Lee. J Dock-
steader.   ilomestake,   Codv,   W Ltwlf.
S.itteilee, Goat mt, II N.-Km
11—Mowich fr, Carpenter ck, W F.
Cropp
15—Saxonia, Payne ml, W Findlay.
Taribio,   Four   Milo  ck, Ed Stewart.
Oro fr, Best Basin, J Williams
Huckleberry, Wilson ck, I C Harris,
M McLean. T J Lloid.
Newport fr, Wilson c!j, U McLean.
Upton. Sadie. 8-Bes Beo, Alterma h.
9-Piuiesheiinl tr, Algoma. lO-Clipper.
13— IVrseiveriince.
TRASH KERN.
Oi:t 2—Ohampioii and International.
if   encli,   0  .1   M.irmo ta A R Marino,
StM'tL''' .11       n
4_Brnnco and Soiilhi'rn Girl, ivi
Barthiti to A Sprout, -Inly 3a.
0— Le Mont, 1-6, Ed Stewart !o A
Wilds, Oct I. Le Mont, 1 6, Ed Slewait
to P Aliufler. Oct I.
J3— Charlotte, Herbert, Major fr, quit
claim deed to lj each, K 11 Tomlinson to
'Wiisl.iiniton Mining Co, Oet 11.
Ki-Orolr, J Williams to F Faircll,
Uct 15.
When a man gets in the swim he
shouldn't splash too much of hia joy on
the people on   the bank.
NOTICK   TO  DELINQUENT
CO-OWNER.
To JAM) ANpBHBON,   You are hereby
notilied that   tt'8   hnve  expended   One
I'llrdred Dollar* in labor and  tyP****
K upon lhe Oakland Mineral Olalm
KurMile Creek in the Slooan Mliita
Wvlslon,   located  on   tl.e  Mil., day 0
Atimist 18W  mid recorded at the  record
office ol siid Division on the l'Jlh. dnv o
•e .leui'ier   1803,   in   order to hold said
claim  under  the   provisions   of   the
Mineral Act, being the amount required
to  hold   lhe   Hiiine   for the year ending
September U'Ui.  1900.   And U flfllWn
ninrlv days Irom the ilato of tins notice
t vou   fail   or   refuse  to contribute your
prni.01 lion of such expenditure together
i with all cost of advertising, your interest
In said claim will become lhe property
ofthe  subscriber*  under  Sect ion 4. of
\n Act to amend the .Mineral Act   lOOfl
F. f. LlKMSCIlElt.
T. H   Wti.soN
W. R, (ioniioN.
Diitc«l Ihis fifteenth  day of  September
I two.
"It   strikes   me,"  said  a   voter in 11
Western     Ontari ■>    eonstitiii'iicy,   that
 (naming  one  of  the local candi
dates for Parliament! Watlts the earth."
•'Yes" said another voter, und it
stiikes me he'll soon rese.::l'le tie
earth'. 'In what way'."' "He'll be
Battened at the polls."
"Oh, I'm co sick of men !" figheil the
jpcll'tj. gill. "I feel n» though I ni'vci
wauled to -1"' a man again "
"Tin n why don't you get married?"
.tiggested the observing girl.
IT
Pays
TO ADVERTISE IN
THE SILVERTONIAN.
NOTICE.
"I.1HUOB    I.ICENJIB    Al'T,    1H00."
The following applications for licences
have been mnde and will lie considered
by the lloard of Licence Commissioner,
Ior the Slocan District at the Courthouse
Now Denver, <>n Wednesday, tbe 3i,t
day of October. 11)00, at Ono o'clock j„
Ihe afiernoou.
Martin Lavell, Lake View Hotel   fiu
can City, Hotel licence. ' hl<H
F. Card, City Hotel. Slocan City, Holel
licence. "'
P. J.indquist,   Basin Hotel, RprinWr
Creek, Hotel licence. v   "r
Doyle & Keefer Chapleau Holel, 1^,
on Cieek, Hotel licence,
Hugh Niven, Miners' Exchange, Tbreo
Forks, Hotel licence.
PatGrirm, Thistle Hotel,
Hotel licence.
Diiptim Bros..  Richelieu Hotel
Forks, Hotel licence,
Dated nt New Denver, tbis 15tli d,.
of Oetober iooo. "'
John T. Buck,
Chief Ucence Iin>|H>ctor
■'ilvertoE.
Three
ASSKKSMKNTS.
Oct 4—Baby fr.   ,-,-R A
M.    6-
■■■■■.■if1
How quickly the brute nature in
man comes to the surface. Thin w»g
never better illustrated tham by the fact
that thousands of innocent women and
children aro being murdered in cold
blood by Christian soldiers to-day in
China.
War itself is horrible, even when
carried on by men against iren, but
when it decends to the wholesale
destruction of cities, ninety per cent i.t
least of whose people are innocent of
any crime, it becomes to man a sinful
What   must   it bc in the
YOUR
VOTE AND
INFLUENCE
IS   solicited   for
Chris. Foley,
THE   CANDIDATE    OF    THK
INDEPENDENT LABOR PARTY.
PLATFORM OF THK INDEPENDENT
LABOR PARTY.
Tbo platform odopted consists of the
followiuK eleven plants:
No 1—Ereo compulsory education.
No 2—A lo'.'nl Korking day of eight
li .tus.
No 3—Ciorernincut Inspection of all
industries.
No 4—The abolitio'i of tbo conitract
system on all pnbiic works.
No 6- -Tho pnl.lie ownembip of all
francliipes, »Och us railways, Iciegraphs,
ivaterworks, lighting, etc
NoO—The alio'ilinii of Ahhitic immigration, Ibe application ol Ibe nine tiou-
nl lest Mil the 1.l>iiii'i,-ii of inducements
tiforeiun iiniiiigintion to setllo in tbo
Di niinlon.
No 7—The abolition ol child labor nn-
d r l-t rears of ago.
No 8 -'I he abolition of the $_;5<l <lepos-
l' required of cuiiili.lali'M tor the Dominion llonce.
Nol)—Ooiiipilnory arhitrntion of labor
diaputes.
No 10—Prohibition of prinon labor in
competition with free hbor.
No 11—Compulsory exercise o( the
I ranch he.
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Price f 12.50— NOW ifS 00
10 Duiibln   (hisoline   Liimpi',   Onginal
Price $15 00 NOW  $120:)
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tlOOO .Medi.inai D.iltt'iics, Nowf&OO
flo.OO        " " No" (S.OO
■10 Children's Novelty Painty I j rings, |1
100 HAND OIL  I'AINTINtiS
of KOOTENAY sine 15X20 and ?0X30
worth ||8. nodfSO. 1 sell, felling al *10.
and (IS . inrlnding beautiful   biirnisbed
(jilt frames, uio.it suitable present of the
day.
All Kinds of Pictures telling *,l Cost.
Picture framing ii specialty.     Price.-.
guaranteed the hmcjt in Kooienay.
Novelty fclssors, Novelty Electric Neck-
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