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 '<��.���-  '_-__-1^'  "*'_/  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY,MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR.  NELSON:   FRIDAY MORNING'SEPTEMBER 28. 1900  PRICE FIVE CENTS  John A. Turner, government  agent, returned yesterday from the  Goat River district. The government lias made an appropriation  i'or a recorder's office in the district, and it has been decided that  the building will be located at  Creston.. The present office is at  Kuskonook, but as the government  does not own tho premises the  opportunity will-be taken to move  the office to a point which is regarded as more central. The  White Grouse section, in which  most of the mining of the district  is done, is tributary to Creston,  hence the change.-������"  A meeting of the shareholders of  the Venus miue took place at the  company's office on Baker street  yesterday. A large amount of  stock was represented. The bylaw to empower the directors to  raise money was passed. Dr; P. E.  Doolittle, manager of the Venus,  leaves today for Toronto to attend  a dif ectors'jraeeting.  The business men of Slocan City  are experiencing something of a  boom. A local wholesale dealer,  JBYed 8 tar key, returned from a trip  NELSON MINES AND MINING  Lavina-Butte Development.  John McKaue,  of   Rossland,  re-  'turned to the city yesterday after a  yiait    to     the   Lardo    properties  operated by the Lavina-Butte Consolidated   Mining Company.     The  company has ten men at work on  the   Iron   Cap   claim,  one of   the  Lavina group, on the east side of  the lake, eight miles above Argenta.  About 11)00 feet of work has  beon  done, and the crew is now engaged  in driving a tunnel to tap the vein  at a depth of 250 feet.    The tunnel  is in 300 feet and the lead should be  reached 50 feet  further on.     The  ledge on the Iron Cap averages well  up to six feet, twelve  inches  being  in clean shipping ore and  the ^balance in concentrates.    A trial shipment of ten tons was made recently  to the Hall Mines smelter. The consignment netted.$42 per  ton  after  paying all charges including $15 a  ton for packing to Argenta.     The  comptiny could ship a large amount  of clean ore during  the  next few  .months, but prefer .to devote their  attention   exclusively   to  development.  An appropriation of $.'.000 has  been secured for a wagon road  wliich will reach the Lavina-Butte,  Lost Mountain, Clinton and other  properties iu the district. Work  will be started on the road on  October 15th. Tlio Lost Mountain  people are figuring on shipping during the wiuter but have not announced their decision on the point  as yet.    A fine specimen of ore from the  Silver Hill claim, owned by the  London & Richelieu compauy, is on  exhibition at Vanstone's drug store.  The ore is silver-lead, carrying  large copper values, and the"sample  shown is exceptionally high 'grade,  having aggregate values of $400.  J Theodore ..Beauchamp, the com:  pau.y's engineer, commenced yester-  ~day to" survey the line for the  aerial tramway at the Silver' Hill.  - Construction will be carried on  .next'spring: The plan of development mapped out for "the mine includes the construction of a main  tunnel 1000 feet or more long, to  which all the drifts will center, and  in which' the ore will be handled in  gravity tramears to the aerial  tramway at the mouth.  W. P. Borland, vice-president of  the Juno Mining Company, left last  night ou his return trip to Montreal. En route he will stay over  iu the Lake of the Woods district,  where .a stamp mill-is being installed on a property iu which he is  -largely interested. The plan  adopted for the development of the  Juno group provides for an S00-  l'oot tunnel commencing just above  the Venus line and following tho  Venus lead to the point where  the  ' main Juno ledge intersects at a  depth of 400 to 500 feet. A crew  of teu.Rieu go to the Juno today  and. proceed with the erection of  the necessary buildiugs. -The management will develop the property,  and if it turns out as promising as  they anticipate the balance of the  stock will be taken up by the present holders, among whom are sev-  . eral prominent Montrealers. M. S.  Logan, managing director, will be  located in Rossland for this winter,  but expects to spend several days  in Nelson each week. ���-������������  through the district yesterday aud  states that the commencement of  work on the mining propositions of  the section tributary to Slocan  City has benefited the dealers  materially, and the prospect for  further improvement is bright. W.  D. Shatford & Co., general dealers,  have purchased a lot at $1000 in  the center of the town, on which  they will erect a new store at once.  CLOSINCliJE MABOU DEAL  Arlington to Ship.  R. I. Kirkwood, of Slocan City,  the pioneer prospector on Springer  aud Ten-mile creeks, is in the city  iu connection with an important  mining deal. He is closing up a  bond on the Mabou group to J.  Frank Collom, general manager of  the Arlington company. The  terms are $05,000, five percent payable in three months, five per cent  in nine months, aud the balance in  twelve months, the holders of the  bond to work the property continuously after December 4th.  The group includes the Mabou,  Ohio, Empress Fraction and Summit Fraction, and is located on the  summit of the divide between  Springer and Ten-mile creeks." The  owners are Mr. Kirkwood, F. A.  Wells, Andrew Tunics, George Williamson, Duncan P. Grant and Mrs.  E. C. Smitheringale. Some $8000  has been spent by the owners in  tunnelling aud surface work: There  are five leads carrying dry silver  ore, tAvo of which are very- large.-  One is a continuation of the lead on  the Neepawa group, recently bonded  to the Warner-Miller syndicate for  $30,000. This "ledge is from 10 to 25  feet in width. The second strong  lead passes over the divide from  the Arlington property, lt is 5 to  15 feet in width, and carries 100  ounces ot silver besides small lead,  gold and copper values.  The Mabou group is bounded on  .the south by the Enterprise and on  the. west"vby->the,J��eepawa. -./The  Speculator group on the'Ten-mile  side of the divide was bonded a  month ago to J. Frank Collom at  $55,000, aud a crew of 35 men is  now at work building a camp.  J. Frank Cullom, manager of the  Arlington mine, is in the city ou  business. The Arlington is easily  among the most promising properties in the Slocau City district, and  is to ship steadily when the transportation facilities are completed.  Several carloads of ore were  shipped this week. Work on the  company's offices at Slocan City  aud at the miue will be started  within a short time.  Joseph Werner, one of the locators and present owners of the  Valparaiso group on Goat creek, has  been in the city for several days  and left yesterday for the property.  He has just returned from St. Louis,  Missouri, where he interested several  capitalistsin-British Columbia-mining propositions, Mr.. Werner confirms the report of the recent strike  on the Valparaiso, stating that- it  consists of a five foot ledge of oxide,  hematite and sulphides, the assays  from which range from $18 to $165.  TheJead is free milling on the surface and will pan gold at any point.  The Valparaiso group includes the  Government, O K, No. 3 and Starter  claims, and is only a couple of miles  from the lake giving favorable shipping facilities. During the -winter  a crew of 15'men will be worked,  and some ore may be shipped, development being sufficiently advanced to enable the property to  ship steadily in moderate quantities.  The recent strike was made on the  130-foot level, and it is uow proposed to drift in 700 or 800 feet to  tap the lead at a depth of 350 feet.  Work will also be done on the upper  level. The Imperial Mining Company is operating a property 1400  feet above the Valparaiso group,  and has nine men at work.  Conservatives Nominate Bryden. .  Victoria, September 27.���-John  Bryden, colliery manager, was nominated by the Conservatives at Nanaimo tonight, to contest Vancouver district for the commons.  There are two Liberal candidates  in the field, Ralph Smith and W.  Sloan.','   Maxwell Nominated.  Vancouver, September 27.���  [Special to The Tribune].���George  R. Maxwell, M.P., received the nomination of the Liberal convention  touight. He held 61 votes to 24 for  Robert MacPherson, e__-M.P.P.  contradictions  these ruthless  the occupation  of 'China has  MINISTERS WERE EXECUTED  For Foreign Sympathies.  London, September 28.���The' only  dispatch of special interest from  China this morning 19 the following  from Dr. Moriison, of the Times,  dated Pekin, September 21st: "The  recent punitive expeditions have  had an excellent effect in increasing security, and facilitating the  entry of supplies, but nothing can  be counted as effective until Pao  Ting Fu has been razed and the for-  eigneers aud refugees at Cheng Ting  and other places known to the generals are rescued."  "M. De Geirs has addressed a  memorial to the empress dowager  offering her the protection of  Russia, and rerinesting her to return to Pekin. Forty Chinese officials haye sent a memorial to the  empress and emperor, beseeching  them to return.  - The conflicting interests of  Russia aud Great Britain prevents  a systematic attempt to reconstruct  the railway, although the restoration would be easy. It turns out  that Cheng Yien Huan, whose  death in Kajahgaria was recently  reported, was executed under  an imperial decree at.the same time  with the other pro-foreign ministers  who were executed. Cheng Yien  1-tian was special envoy to England at the time of the diamond  jubilee. He was beheaded by the  empress dowager who exiled him  to Hi in 1899. The Russians, according to the Shang-Hai corres-.  poiideut of the Morning Post, have  virtually abandoned the province  of Shi Li to Germany.  Vienna, September 27.���The admiralty has received a dispatch  from Taku giving the strength of  the forces landed there by the allied  powers, as follows: Austrian, 495 ;  German, 8178 ; British 8353; American, 5608; French, 0575; Italian,  2541; Russiau, 20,934;' Japanese,  15,570. ...  : Shano-Hai, September 27.���Vice--  roy Lui Kim Yi has telegraphed the.  consuls to the effect that he is communicating court regarding the appointment of a new tao tai here.  The consuls believe this will delay  the installation of the objectionable  appointment for several months.  The foreign consuls recently protested against the removal of the  tao tai of Shang-Hai, and the appointment as his successor in the  person of the notorious boxer Kang  Yi. The viceroy of Nankin, Liu  Kuu Yi, replied that at least a  mouth would elapse before the  arrival of the official documents iu  the case, which would enable him to  give the matter consideration, aud  that if it was proved that-the pro-  prosed successor of the tao tai of  Shang-Hai had been a Boxer, he  would protest to the throne against  his appointment.  London, September 27. ��� Dispatches from the far east present  an-astouishing���medley-of���contra--  dictory reports. The empress and  prince Tuan are reported to be in  full flight aud also to be raising  armies and preparing to recapture  Pekin. Li Hung Chang is providing  a peace offering to the powers by  hunting down Boxers and cutting  off heads of the leaders. Additions  are daily made to the lists of massacred missionaries and fresh news  of the detailed movements of the  allies are telegraphed. The empress  is alternately coaxing and intimidating the allies by displaying zeal  in punishing the Boxers with death  penalty at an hour's notice and  displacing officials distrusted by  the consuls and are preparing to  resume military operations against  the invaders while the powers are  conducting negotiations over moves  for position. Russia has been  adopting a system of stern reprisal  in occupying Manchuria, burning  villages, destroying temples and  slaughtering the Manchus along  the banks of the Amoor river  There have been no  of the reports of  massacres by which  of a large province  been secured.  Washington, September 27.���It  is stated in diplomatic quarters  that definite and official information has been received that prince  Tuan has been appointed president  of the privy council of Cliina, instead of grand secretary, as at first  reported, and a number of prominent officials, conspicuous in the recent uprising, have been similarly  honored. The Chinese minister has  uot been advised of prince Tuan's  appointment, but he expressed  the  belief, after calling at the 3tate,de-  partment today, that th^ report-  probably wa.s true. The position  of president of the privy eouucil  is said to be one' of the -foremost in  importance, similar to that of secretary of state or premier.  LORD LANSDOWNE MUST GO  .       His Retirement Demanded.  London, September 28.���The  Unionists are still confident of victory at,the forthcoming parliamentary general election, bnt there is  an undercurrent of apprehension  that the party will b'e> returned to  power with a smaller majority thanc  has been expected.      "   J'-'.- "������"������  The St. James Gazettedyst: "If-  we are to-have a triumphant legislature we must work-early and late,'  and work hard all tho time."  Arthur Balfour made -a speech,  that the Daily Mail calls disappointing, at Manchester last evening, where' lie declared . that the  agitation for '.wmy reform . was a  red herring drawnaer'oss the track  of-the South African settlement by  the Radicals,,.who usually care  nothing about military questions.  Taking him to .task editorially foi"  this statement," the Daily. Mail declares that .the .country is very-serious upon ahy'refqrm, and "will not  stand the retention'"'ofJord Lansdowne. -        "/"       .  London, September, 28.���George  Wyndham, under-secretary of-state  for war, who went,,last evening to  speak in favor of the unionist cand--  'idate in Battersea/"London, had_a  very hostile reception at" the hands  of the Radicals. He -was shouted  down by a' howling,mob, and compelled to abandon his' attempt to  speak, but he pluckily' fought his  way through the hostile crowd, and  in admission of his courage the  crowd finally cheered him heartily.  "- Joseph Chamberlain/secretary of  state for the colonies, addressing a  unionistmeeting at" Tunstall, referred to'tlie^mushuoom growth of  'Liberal^iinpeVialis^  .tiie' "cbu'ntr-v^'thalJjiiC^the Liberals  were returned tojpower they would  .not rest short of independence for  the Boer republics. The campaign  of oratory continues with undiminished vigor. Herbert Asquith,  former Liberal home secretary,  being especially energetic.  CARDINAL MAY ARBITRATE  In the Coal Miners' Strike.  Baltimore, September 27.���Cardinal Gibbon has been asked to  act as arbitrator between the striking miners and the operators of the  anthracite coal regions of Pennsylvania. While admitting that he  has been approached on the subject, his eminence said tonight he  had only heard from one side, and  _must_de_liue_to_discuss_the^ques--  tion  of arbitration   until   all  had  been heard from. '"Will you consent?" the cardinal was asked.  "In that case 1.sliall take the matter under very serious considera.  tion," he added, as if -to emphasize  the remark. Continuing, he declared that he would'be glad to do  anything in his power to help  solve the problem which seriously  affects so many souls. Tt is held on  good authority that the cardinal  has practically agreed- to arbitrate  the differences, and it is thought  the various interests concerned  will decide to leave the settlement  of the differences to the head of  the Catholic church in the United  States. Cardinal Gibbons will probably go to Philadelphia tomorrow  or Saturday, and it is believed that  this trip will decide the question of  the strike situation.  Transvaal Officers Sail.  Lorenzo    Marquez,   September  27.���The German steamer Herzog,.  which sailed for Europe today, had;,  as passengers the, Transvaal attorney-general, Van  Alpen, assistant:  secretary  of   state   Grobler, state  treasurer Malherbe.. and  carried a  large quantity of bar gold.   The  railroad from Delagoa bay to Pretoria is expected to open foi' traffic  tomorrow.   To Succeed Hugh John.  Winnipeg, September 27.���R. P.  Rinlen, member for Woodlands, has  been decided upon by a caucus of  the Conservatives to succeed Hugh  Johu MacDonald as premier of Manitoba. Rinlen will have to go to  the country for re.election.  BOER DEFEAT IS COMPLETE  All Their Stores Destroyed.  New York, September 27.���A  dispatch to the Herald from Lorenzo Marquez, says: The Boer defeat is complete. By dint of the  hard riding from Barberton your  correspondent overtook first general  Hamilton's division, then that of  geueral Carew and finally entered  Koomatipobrt. Not a shot was  fired nor was a Boer seen during  march. Evidences or the enemy's  destructiveness was everywhere to  be seen. The bridges had beeu  dynamited, the stores, buildings  and homesteads looted and- burued,  as had also the railway property,  all the chief stations being smoking j  ruins, among them being Kaap  Muiden, Hectorspruit, and Kooma-  tipoort. At the last place there is  an enormous area over which the  Boers have wrought destruction.  The -devastation includes hundreds of. wagons, trucks and carriages "which have been burned,together with all- kinds of stores of  clothing, ammunition, forage and  provisions, such as sugar, coffee,  rice and flour. Thousands of tons  are still burning. , .       ,  General Pole-Carew has secured  hundreds of locomotives. The whole,  of the Selati railway line is simply  blocked witji rolling stock.  On my way to Barberton I saw  at Hectorspruit the burst Boer guns  and the destroyed stores.  In the Crocodile river there were  visible literally, acres of damaged  gun ammunition, wagous, dynamite  detonators and war stoies of every  sort.  At'Koomati poort there were besides the burning stores hundred?  of tons'of ammunition. The enemy  had left standing many tents. ""  The great waste in.the effects of  the Boers was evident. Furniture,  trunks, provisions, clothing and  other articles'were lying about in  every direction.  in the rock bed of the river were  eiiormous quantities, of stores, ammunition,' rifles, cannon and-food'  stuffs. Any good police force���slay,  one of 20,000���can -do the rest of  the pacification work for security.  If general Buller and others move-  on to seize the passes, neither Vil-  joeu, with Steyn and Schalkburger,  nor Koetse, with the rest of the  derelicts from Koomatipoort, can  escape through the mountains toward Lydenburg and Pietersburg,  while to remain in the low veldt at  this season of the year, spells death  for men and cattle. The Portuguese have disarmed all. the Boer  refugees taken.  Fifty truck loads, with nearly  500 tons, have been dumped down  on the island of Sheffeen, off Lorenzo Marquez.  The Irish-American mercenaries  are clamoring for pay and threatening the Boer officials.  The final collapse of the Boer  army may be summarized as follows:���When-the-Boers7iHimbering"  2000, evacuated Koomatipoort,  they took up positions between the  Lombombo range and the river.  They had good positions and could  have made a capital stand,  but owing to the disorganization  and lack of discipline that  were prevalent they were only halfhearted. Wishing to avoid a conflict and unnecessary bloodshed,  the British consul-general consulted  the Portuguese governor-general,  senor Machado, as to the best  course to be pursued to attain this  end. He asked that emissaries  should be sent np with an address  to the Boers, pointing out the use-  lessness of continuing their resistance and the absolute Heedlessness  of going on further.  Besides, if they continued to  fight there was a fear of the natives  rising. Owing to the fact 'that the  Portuguese had been most kind to  the Boers, and as they had guaranteed their maintenance and repatriation and promised to send them  back to their country freo of  ���charge, the scheme succeeded  beyond the wildest hopes of its originator.  Instead  of. dozens  coming down  to Lorenzo  Marquez,  2500  arrived  in this wise.    Diplomacy, therefore,'  triumphed by bringing the war to  a speedy and bloodless close.  To Federate With New Zealand.  Melbourne, Victoria, September  27.���The Fiji islands are taking  steps to federate with New Zealand.  Injunction Served on Coughlan.  Rochester, New York, September   27.���United   States    marshall  Burns succeeded after the play here  this evening of Becky Sharp or  Vanity Fair, iu serving an injunction on Miss Gertrude Coughlan, restraining that actress from presenting Becky Sharp until October  5th, when she must appear at  Syracuse and show cause why a  permanent injunction shall not  enter.  TAKES THE REJECTION HARD  Germany Cannot Credit It.  Berlin, September 27.���The German press and foreigu office continues to deny that Great Britain  has .rejected Germany's proposal.  They also continue to blame the  United States for the recently revived Chinese obduracy,and the"renewed evidences that the Chinese  intend to resume hostilities on a  large plan. The Berliner Tageblatt  alone advises Geimany not to expect a favorable answer-to her proposition from Salisbury, as his wish  to carefully nurse relations with  the United States forms the keynote of his policy.  The foreign office told the correspondent of   the   Associated ��� Press  this afternoon that Great Britain's  answer h"r��,d not yet arrived," but  that as soon as it did the- government would be glad to publish it,  uo matter what its character.  Sir Frank Lnscalles, the British  ambassador, who was interviewed  regarding the matter said: . "Great  Britain's delay in answering Germany's proposal is due to tho fact,  as I understand it, that lord Salisbury has asked sir Claude MacDonald-to report upon the feasibility of  the German plan."  Flans for the Big Canal.  Canton, Ohio, September 27.���  Rear admiral Walker, president of  the Nicaragua!- canal commission,  and Theodore S. Search, president  of the _ Manufacturers' League of  Philadelphia, arrived from the east  this ''morning. ! Admiral Walker  carue.*.for, .a...conference on. canal  matters, the nature-of which���was  not made public. He spent nearly  an hour with the president. The  Philadelphia man came to confer on  matters connected with the campaign and had a long talk .with the  president. -    "    ;,.-"*     ' ,    _',_  Tolstoi is Excommunicated.  Lausanne) Switzerland, September 27.���A secreteircular, addressed  by Joaunicius, the metropolitan of  Kliff, to all the Russian'archbishops  virtually excommunicating Tolstoi,  the Russian novelist aud social re-  forruer, is published here. It declares that Tolstoi is" an avo'wed  enemy of the" church, and therefore  unless he recants the holy synod  will prohibit celebration, of ill divine services and expiatory masses  in the event of his death.  VICTORY FOR THE STRIKERS  Ten Per Cent Advance In Wages.  Hazelton, Pennsylvania, Sep--  tember 27.���The Associated Press,  at 10 o'clock tonight, secured from  president   Mitchell   the admission -  _ ^  that he believes the mine managei s  agreed to make the mine. workers  au offer of a 10 per cent increase in'-  wages.  Philadelphia, September 27.���  The towering feature of coal strike  situation today, and one which at- .  tracted the attention of all interests involved, was the widel3r*cirou-  lated report that negotiations are  pending and-rapidly nearing com-"_ -^  pletion, for an amicable^settlement^.;^^  -<_  is  i_~jr  x*VJH  111  7^1  Looking for Brisie's Accomplice.  ���New-York���Septeiubur-aTr^The-  barge office officials, at the request  of the police of Milan, Italy, are  watching every ship that comes iu  for Maurieeico Magi ial,-whose real  name is Luigi Granotti, who is  wanted by the police of Milan for  alleged participation in king Humbert's murder. They say he sailed  with Brisie from Paterson, New  Jersey, for Italy in 'May last, as a  silk weaver.  New York's Water Cut Off.  New York, September 27.���The'  threatened shut down of the East  New York district's water main  was fulfilled this afternoon, by order of the department of water  supply. About 100,000 people are  affected by tho shut down, but  most of them will be able to get  water from street plugs, more or  less remove from their houses.  No Ultimatum Coming.  London, September 27.���Tlio  British authorities discredit the report that Germany will present an  ultimatum to China, and intimate  it was probably concocted at  Shang-Hai with the object of causing friction between Germany and  Great Britain, and thus delaying  united action. The officials of the  German embassey declare the "ultimatum" story to be absolutely  groundless.  Irish-Americans Leaving.  Lorenzo Marquez, September  27.���The ' Iri9h-Americans lately  serving with the Boers have been  removed from their barracks to the  Portuguese transport India, to prevent disturbance in the town.  '"v#l  ,v>_>_.|  -~tl  of the strike.' While the identity  of the person or persons who ard ,\f_j  said to be at work endeavoring to  bring about au immediate and '*[_[  peaceful adjustment of thedisaffec- -'-K*  tion between the employees and i *-"y  employers has uot, been disclosed, ,'<���;��-:  it was openly admitted in authoritative circles that such endeavor  was in progress. ' President Trues-  dale, of Lackowana, issued as such  an admission, but in what manner  or by whom they were being con- ---i;  ducted he declined to state. ~ President Mitchell, head of the Striking  miners' organization, expressed the  belief the operators had decided to  offer the miners an- increase of 10  per cent, but he too declined to admit whether _ he possessed, any  further information on the subject.  From Cranton tonight comes tho  statement that at a conference of the  mine operators of that section4 thn  opinion was prevalent that the influences at,work were of a strong  political nature, and that the operators would be obliged to offer tho  men at least the concession of an  increase'in wages. The-information upou which they based their  conclusion that tho -working influences were political, could not b"e-  learncd tonight." Coupled* 'with r^.j  nearly all reports of a probable  early settlement of the" trouble,  came the announcement that the  men would be* offered a*u increase of  pay,���but "that,, the,,mine-owners 7-^fSj  "would" positively" decliiTe'Vo' arbi--/"'r^  trate the differences through president Mitchell, or in any manner to  give recognition, to the united mine _.  workers' organization. This refusal   . of    recognition,    however,   "  '"���would not prove a difficult obstacle, "  president Mitchell, in his open letter A_  to the public having" expressed * his'  willingness to accept a settlement"^  through - separate conferences oif L .  committees of the'employees aud  tlieir direct employers.  If the railroad men and other,  who controlled the mines would  accept this proposition he said he  would waive all claim of recogni- .  tion of the union. One condition  he exacted however, and that was  that these ?- various conferences  .should be held the same day and in  the same city. Matters were quiet  iu   these   regions   today,  and   the  strikers'   force   was   increased   by  The closing of~aTfew mines.  Knocks Out Voting Machines.  New-York, September 27.���Attorney-general Davies has rendered  an opinion which it is said may involve the voting; machines for use  in - the; presidential, election now  pending. The vote for president is  not cast direct, as in the case of  other election oflicers, but for presidential electors, of which the proportion 'of New York is .'{fi. The  voting machine provides a lever  Avith the name of each candidate to  be elected, but no provision is made  for 30 electors. The attoi ney-geu-  eral in substance holds that the  electors cannot be bunched. The  decision is regarded as very important, and especially to tho cities  of Buffalo, Rochester, Uticn,'and  several other large municipalities  which have expended thousands of  dollars for tho machines. The attorney-general was called herefrom  Albany tonight, and there is. to be  a conference witli the voting machine  people tomorrow, to see if there is  any .possibility to devise the machine so that it will meet the require men ts of the opinion.  Diaz Elected President.  Chicago, September 27.���A dispatch to the Record from the City  of Mexico says:    Mexico's congress  last night; declared the result of the  presidential election.    General Por-  firo Diaz was unanimously elected  and will bo inaugurated nextDecem- ���  ber.   The president has entirely re-   *  covered from his  recent indisposition.     The   American   colony has  subscribed 10,000 peeps for the re��  lief of Galveston. THE TRIBUNE ���: .NELSON  B. C FRjDAt SEPTEMBER \&. ift<w��  i+.  W  0-  iS:  I  ft.-  Imt  |7  P  1  If?-  ?jv��'.~,  I  I  I  ��� ** ��r~.��� #���- -  Tel��pliorie<s  TO SPOKANE  AND REPUBI.IC  Reduction ia Long Distance Bates. "Use the  Kootenay Lake Com-  pany's Lines.  OTHER   RATES   PROPORTIONATELY   LOW.  HUDSON'S BAY  J.-COHPOflATED I670_  STYLISH  We are showing a- nice line  ol suitings in VENETIAN  CLOTHS  From $8,50 to  $16 per Suit     .  THE NEWEST SHADES OUT.  Also a fine assortment of skirt  lengths, no two alike,-Scotch  Tweed effects,.Heather Mixtures and checks  From $150 to $8.50  Bay Stuns'   *.   It seems that"the political apathy of -which Mr.  Hanna has .so much. complained, extends as well  to the Democratic party. The moneyed Deiuol  crats decline to come forward with contributions.  The New York Journal asserts that the national  committee has not spent all told in this campaign'  9100,000, and that chairman Jones went from   New-York to Chicago "broker" =   The above is from  the Spokane1  Review, and it goes to show that  the people of the United States are  determined that elections for president shall not be mere contests for  the collection and  disbursement of  money by pojitical managers.   .The  election of McKiniey cost millions  of dollars, the bulk  of which was  contributed by corporations, whose  managers   were   mode   believe   if  Bryan was elected that the properties they managed would depreciate  an value through the withdrawal of  foreign    investments.   The    same  methods cannot be used  this year,  aud   the    political   managers   are  afraid  that  the   country   will  be  ruined because of the apathy of the  voters.   The same state of affairs  exists in Canada, and more especially in this constituency.   In 189G,  one of the candidates in Yale-Cariboo had money to burn, and his political managers saved the country.  This    year    there   is   no  money,  and   the   politicians   that   saved  the       country      in :���   1890; ���  are  afraid  the people will   allow the  country to go to smash.    The man  whose vote must be bought is unworthy of the franchise, and the candidate who is unable to poll his  party's strength by appealing to  the intelligence   of the electorate  should not become* candidate.  The Liberals here are as much at  sea as are the Conservatives regarding the date of the elections. The  only men who seem to know anything are those who aie making  wagers on the general result.  The Labor Union men in Nelson  who will talk declare they are opposed to the Rossland scheme of  bringing out a labor- candidate.  Most of them are opposed to introducing party politics into their  unions, and ali are opposed to riming a candidate when there is no  show for success.  The Miner has not had �� word to  say in favor of candidate MacKejll  since that gentleman left' Nelson.  Has it lost interest in the candidate  because there is no subsidy in sight?  The Conservatives have two seats  won in this province already. Victoria will 'return "Torn" Earle and  "colonel" Prior, not because of anything they have done during ft.' the  long years they have sat in parliament, but because the Liberals could  not get two strong men to run  against them.  TP Ralph Smith consents to make  the race in Nanaimo as ap Independent Labor man, he will undoubtedly be elected. Pie has more inherent ability than auy politician  on the Island, and he can always be  depended on to vote according to  his convictions.  The Rossland Record is bewailing  because the government has not  commenced the expenditure of the  money appropriated for public  works in Rossland district. If the  money was expended this fall, the  Record would bewail because there  was no money to spend next spring.  A tow�� that cannot get along without government pap is likely to be  afflicted with, just such wesvspapers  as the Record.  The chances' of the two candidates now in the field are summed  as follows by a politician : East  Kootenay is Libera.?. Yale is Conservative, as is Lillooet &n4 Cariboo. The Liberal majority iu Kast  Kootenay will be offset by the Conservative majorities in Yale-Lil-  looet-Cariboo. The battle ground  is West Kootenay.' Bossjand riding is Liberal by a small  majority.  Specially recommended  for dyspepsia,   loss of  appetite, - sleeplessness,  indigestion, ������   weakness  from whatever  cause,  nervousness,       fevers,  " consumption,     malaria  and general debility.  .��������� Women  complain   of   a  tired feeling.   Wilson's Invalid's Port ���' is ' l��Bnjpdfat,e  nnd efficacious, leaving uo  narmful effects.-  Men will And It particularly valuable us u restorative and a atrengthener of-  the body and nerve system  Wo recommend this tonic  CANADA DRUG  AND BOOK  COMPANY  Nelson, B, C.  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON. EO.  Coffee roasters and dealers In Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted oofifee of beet) quality as  follows j  Java and Arabian Maoba, per poand..��...9 40  (Java and'Mocha T.'lend, 3 pounds...  1 00  Fine Santos, _ pounds _...__._ 1 00  Santos Blend, 0 pounds ___. 1 00  Oor.gpMtel Plena. 6 pounds, _.  1 00  Oar Bio Boast), fi pounds...._.,.___..���..__. 1 00  A taial order solioited.  Salesroom 3 doors east  of Oddfellows blook. West Baker uta-eafc.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BRKWKRS AND BOTTJ-BBS Of  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Nelson riding may go'"Conservative.  Slocan riding is Conservative. Revelstoke riding is said to be very  evenly divided. If the labor party  decides to wait until its time comes,  the race between Galliher and MacNeill will be a close one, with the  olds in favor of the men that can  cover the most ground and make  the best impression ou the platform.  The Conservatives of Vancouver  will hold a convention this evening  for the purpose of nominating a  candidate to contest Burrard with  Rev. G. R. Maxwell, the sitting Liberal member. It is not unlikely  that the honor will fall to F. Carter-  Cotton. .  The Rossland papers are urging  the people of that town to get up  excursions to attend the Spokane  exhibition. The Spokane papers  wore never known to urge the  people.of Spokane to go off on excursions to Rossland. Thej' urge  them, instead to stay at home and  save tlieir money.  City Engineer's Costly Blunder,  Greenwood Times.  After a strong legal fight the  city cquncjl have decided to settle  the case of J"fe))de)| & Co. vs. City  by aooepting the plaintiff's' offer of  $5000. The suit has been before  the court for nearly a year, Jt  arose in connection wifch the grading of Copper and Gieenwood  streets last year. When Rehdell  & Co. were about to build their  handsome three-story'block on the  corner they secured the street  grftfjes ft'pra the then cifcy. engineer  and erected the Iwjldjpg, .Afterwards the streets were graded and  the building was left about eight--  teen inches above grade. -Unable  to secure any satisfaction or redress from the council, Rendell '&  Co. took the matter to the courts.  The trial took place before Mr. justice tfwtin, a#,d a jury awarded  $fj,"j00 d_._wn.g;es.' _4i't��rvpflf!c}e j}j_p.  justice Martin confirmed the  award. - The city instructed ��� S_. V.  Bodwell, Q. C, to appeal from this  decision. In the meantime negotiations were opened with Ralph  Smailes, manager of Rendell ��fc Co.,  ft/nd he made a definite offer to accept ��>}0f}Q, effch side to pay its  costs. At Monday-flight's jneetiiig  this offer was accepted, "iji-d thp  money w\U be p^jd as soop 9s funds  are availably.  Trail Booming -Again.  Rossland, September 28,���The  resumption of shipments from the  Centre Star to the Trail smelter  has   necessitated   an    increase   of  Having Purchased  the Business  Of Fred J. Squire, merchant  tailor, Nelson, I intend to  continue t^e business so as  to keep the patronage of ah  Mr. Squire's old patrons and  get a share of the general  tra^e. I am now prepared  to show tjh/e latest styles in  al!-lines of-spring-go,Q.ds.--���A  special line on hand at $25  per suit. All other lines at  low rates. None but Union  labor employed.  E  Noelauda'RufWi'iB. B��t'.3r Street  ARTHtrlT GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  OPPOSITE   THE   QUEEN'S   HOTEL.  Ijiivo slock of high-class luiported goods. A  special, y of tho square shoulder���tho latest  fashion In coals,  Mm. Knlleld lias the finest and cheapest English and American hats ever ottered iu the weRt.  Nice ready-to-wear hats for 90 cents.  HALL BLOCK  NELSON.  f. P. Whalley, d. P.  NQTARy PUBLIP  Office wit_ C. W. West & Co., corner Ball and  _______ JcdF SfclTGOtifl  City office of the Nelson Soda water Faotory. ���\  A. R. BARROW, A.MJI.C.E.  u       PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotorla and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box M8. TELEPHONE NO. 95  Pn_np t mxA-ti_v___r-  tUttvtrr to tim tmta  Mmtug at ttfteMJ  EWART &  CARRIE���Architects.    Rooms 7  an. ~ ���       '     --    arohisbses.      ���  CARRIE-Aroblte...    _..  and 8 Aberdeen blook. Baker street. Nelson.  ENGINEERS.  f_HA&L__a PABKKR-Mining and __!___��an- i  _-* ttlotwr. Turoer-Boeckb Block, Bakerjrarest. j  *' ""ii  ffl  xti  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  to  to  to  to  to  NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVING DAILY  LADIES' GOLF CAPES IN ALL THE LEADING PLAIDS  NEW DRESS MATERIAL SUITINGS IN ALL THE LATEST SHADES  FLANNEL AND CASHMERE BLOUSE WAISTS  DRESSING JACKETS, WOOL SHAWLS, UNDERSKIRTS, ETC.  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S FALL AND WINTER JACKETS AND FELT HATS  IRVINE & CO.  ffl  iti  iti  to  to  iti  iti  to  iti  to  ffl  xti  ffl  iti  iti  Si)  from S00 to 1000 horse power. The  operation of the Grand Forks smelter has created-a demand .for men,  and progress at Trail is being retarded by lack of men for all  classes of smelter work.  Australian Gold For FrjspQ.  SyoNBy, New.South Wales, September _*?.���Thcrsteamer Alameda,  whicli sailed from this port yesterday, for San Francisco, lias on board  ��800,000.In gold.;  AMERICAN  ;AftD  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS   gS    CENTS  ROOMS, J.IGBTEP BY .ELECTRICITY  AND. HEATED BY STEAM  SU CENTS TO ��1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEFN'S HOTEL  ^     baker tmafatv. tmiAon,  Lighted by Electricity and Heat^  ed with Hot Air.  Largeroomfortable..bedrooau and .flraD-olass  dlnliig-room. Sample rooms for oorawsrolal men.  RATES *2 PER DAY  1i\rs, E, 0, Claris Prop.  Li.TR OF TBK BOTAL-BttTEf-. 04K3ARY '  EVERY   DAY  AT  THE  Clfb Hotel  BIG   SCHOONER  Beer or Half umlUaiC tinly  FRESH  COOL  ^fjp onlj' good Beer In Nelson  E. J. CURRAN, Prop,  OflFMr Stftnlpy au4 Slllpft Strepta.  IKjadden House teffi1  y     ��� iy  ������ The only hotel In NoIhou thab h__ remained  under one management) since 1800.  The bed-rooms are well farnUbed aud lighted  by oleotrlolty.  The bar- la -always slooked by tho beat dom a-  tlo and IflopottfldJIftflOra and olgars.    .-.  :      '"lsl$o_iAB ^ffffg. *m&!&i!h  SLOCAN UUNCTIOfJ HOTEL  J. n. McMANOB, Mansga?  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,,  and Cigars. Beer ou draught. Large comfortable rooms.   First-class table board.  Estate of jfenry \. Gervan  Iu the matter of the estate of HeupyA, Gprvan.  late of the Citv of Nelson in the province or  British Columbia, deceased.  Notice Ib hereby given pursuaht.to the "Trustees and Executors Act" of the'revised utatutos  ot the Provlco of British Columbia, 1897, Cap.  187, that all-creditors and. others having claims  attalnst the estate of the Bald Henry, A. Gervan,  who.died on or about the 29th day of March,  1900, to send by post prepaid, ordelivertoMessrs.  Galliher & Wilson, of the said City of NeUon,  apjfpltors for Thomas J.:McCammonltlie admin-.  tlan and surnames, addresses and despriprfpn^.  the foil pftrtioulars of their claims, the statement  of thoir accounts and t|)e nature of the securities, if any, held by them, on op before (hp 3flt()  day of October, 1900.  And further, take notice that after suoli last  mentioned date the said administrator will proceed to distribute- the assets ��� of the. deceased  among the parties entitled thereto, having- regard only to.the claims which he. shall- then have  notice, and the said administrator will not be  of such distribution.''  OALLIHBR ft WILSON,  Solicitors for Thomas J. HoCaaunon, adminis-  tatar for Hoary A. Oervau, deceased,  {tolled this 88���� day _t September, ISOO;.  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  TnORPK & CO., LIMITKD.-Coriier Vernon  and Cedar streets, -NeUon, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers jn-'qsra.tt.rt W'ltprs and  fa-tilt syrups. Sole agents far .Halcyon Springs  mineral water-  Telephone (ju,  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TKETJ.KL Sc CO.-Corner Baker and  ��� Josephine streets, Nolson, wholesale dealers in.:- assayers supplies. Agents for Denver  Firo Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  CIOARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING  CO.���Corner .Baker and Hull streets, Nel  son, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Koote  nay Belle" brands of Olgars.  H.  COlpHSSJON MERCHANTS.  J. flVA^S Sc CO.���Baker street, Nelson  - -> wholosalo dealers in liquors, oigars.  cement, fire briok and Are clay, water pipe .and  steel rails,- and general commission.merchants.  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY KI.KCTKIO SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COM PAN Y-Wholesale dealers in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  minster, and Edmonton, Alborta,  TAYLOR FBKD & PRODUCE CO.-Baker  street,. Nelson (Georgo F. Motion's old  stand), .Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty. Correspondence solicited.  Phone 20,  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS Sc- CO.���Baker  street.   Nelson,  ���   wboleaale.dealers Iu fresh and oured meats.  Cold sforagg.  AMACBQNAW* CQ.-^Canier Wont and  ��� Ha|i streets, ��� wholesale grocers and  <obber8 )p bankets, glpvps,iR|tts. bopln, rubbers,  macfefn4Wa %\W mm? smtarlpa, '  KOOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY,   LIMITED��� Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grooarg,   JOHN CHOLDITCH Sc CO.-Front street, Nelson, wholesale grocers.  F. B. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ��� R. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelsou,  wholesalo dealers in provisions, produce and  fruits. Cold-storage. Agents Armour. Sc Co.'s  bacoo, han.R. 'afd aP4 other prp4npta-   JY. GIirFW_/'"*"'"C0.-^ifltirsTi^t; Nolsori,  ���  wholesale  dealers  In provisions,   cured  meats, butter and ogge.   HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine .  ���   streets, Nelsou, wholesale dealers in bard-  ware and mining supplies.    Agents for Giant  Powder. Co.   LAWRENCE   HARDWARE    COMPANY-  Baker St., NeUon,  wholesale   dealers  in  bcfdwfU'P I*r4 raffling supplies, aud water and  x^mmm/m'-z. ���   LIQUORS" ANO'oSy "ObODS; "  rf.ujWJ.8, 8BETQN& OO.-Oornor Vernon  ���*���   and JoaepWoB sticets, Nolson, wholesale  dealers In Uquors, oigars and dry goods.  Agents  for Pabst Brewing Co. ofiMllwaukee and_Cal-_.  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  J  PPWfiPR COMPANY-Baker  Saw&  IVJills, Limited  Are prepared to furnish by rail, barge or teams  Dimension Lumber, Rough and Dressed  Lumber, Local and Coast Ceiling, Local and  Coast Flooring, Double Dressed Coast Cedar,  Rustic, Shiplap, Stepping, Door Jambs, Pine  and Cedar Casings, Window Stiles, Turned  Work, Band-sawing, Brackets, Newel Posts,  Turned Veranda Posts, Store Fronts, Doors,  Windows and Glass,  Get prices before purchasing, elsewhere  Office Corner tfallar|d Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing C. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  ���VTTTTTTfc  .UAtJi'-jjjiija-w  C.W.West&Co.  COAL!      WOOD!  Hard Coal  Anthracite  S9.65|8sr,8NeH''   $6.15  DPLIVEBIDD  AGENTS IMPKRIAIj OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can be accepted unless accompanied  by cash.    Ofllce:   Corner of Hall  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  u*m  stu  fi____w_t__H   _Na1>  in, wholesale deft]W��''�� wSiw fosse: aud 'bulk,  w ^BJBgMp-.HylfflEfig^ mm:" ���-'   rh'b|^e~4'^'itb"l|7'sitp^,'q;H,4f^p  blasting appar^tHB.        ^   ������.;���.-.'������   mu m mm  VTKLSON SAW A��P PIfAWIWQ MILLS.  it* UMITED-Coroer Front and HaU stroots,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  In sash aud doorsi all kinds of faotory work made  to order.  ���    . - ���  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA    WINK  COMPANY,    LIMI  TRD���Corner Front and Hall   '  so)  an  flelsbn furniture  GoiTipany'tf Sale  TENOKKS aro called for on tlio stock of the  above Company.  Healed .tenders addressed R. W. Bay, liquidator, ' Nel son, and marked " Tenders for  Furniture Stocu." --   '.  - Tenders will be opened at 12 noon, Thursday,  September 27 th..  '"'WjffhftS* WW \fflW I.Rt iiecpggafjly nfi-  (ipptert." '  Terms;   _5 per pent posh, balance J, 3, 3 anrf \  months on approved security at S por cent.  . List of stook to be seen at R. W. Bay's offlce,.  ovei Bank of Halifax.  R, XV. DAY, Liquidator,  Nelson, B.C.  NOTICE.  'To'Architbcts, Union Mkn and tiik Public  Generally:  ��� ���  COSTELLO'S EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  Baggage and express moved to any part of the  city.   Special attention'given to heavy teaming.  Oillce corner Victoria and Ward streots. Telephone 192. W. A. COSTELLO. Manager.  Lethbridge Gait Coal  The best value for tha money in the market  for all purposes.  terms o_sh     W^.J[iK^KT,jaeneral_Agent  "Telephone U7.   Oflloe with C. D. J. Christie.  _A~   ^^TS^TS^tP.  Contracting Painters, Pepqrtttflfs. Baperhangers.  FtuJ Tine of W4l| Pftper, mouldings; etc,  Kalso-  mining and Tinting. Striotjy.flrsb^lasfl .w��rlf.  KsiiwS^a fHrnRpili ;,  .,    " "..-;��� *a_^rx-ya__f..mny1.  Residence Mill Streot,   MP[ CAM    D   p  Opposite School House  JWULDUW, JD. I/.  MGNEYTOL.OAN  ESTATE   OF  JAMES   KELLV.  In (lie mailer of,the estate of James Kelly, late  of tho Citv of Nelson, in the county of Kootenay,  province of British Columbia, livery stable  keeper, deceased..  Notice is hereby given pursuant to the "Trustees and Executors Act" of. the Revised Statutes  of the Province of British Columbia,. 1897. Chapter 187, that all creditors und others having  claims against the estate of the said James Kelly, -  ���who died on or about lhe 18th day of OotOber, '  1899, are required,: on or before the 1st. day of fTc  vembor, 1900, to send by post prepaid or "dellvAl  i Cit  thl>  _,cfr  , real ah op.  ceasc'd.drto-a.cVRichar'd W. Pay, their Chrte-  tian and surnames, addresses ana descriptions,  the full particulars of their claims, the state  ment of their iicooiints and the nature of the so-,  curltlcs, if any, held by them.  And further take notico that after such last  mentioned date the said administrator will proceed to distribute' the assets of the deceased  among the parties entitled thereto, having regard only to tho claims which he shall then nave  notice, and the said.administrator will not be  liable for. tho said assots or any .part - thereof tei  oriy^person_or_ porsons of wl}0?? o]ajmq X\��i\V9 '  TAYLOR & HANNaNWON."  Solicitors for Rioh_id1"VVTB(ly', administrator  for James ICelly, deceased.  Bated tbe Uth day of August, 1900.  shall not have be��i rppelypd hy jum kt."Vhe  ..":''     . ''-rA.VLa^.^JTANN.ANftT  NOTICE,  The matter of the co-partnership 'of Kelly Sc"  Steeper of Nelson, B. C, liverymen.  All persons having claims against the oo-paj(-  nership of Kelly Sc Steeper above namefl or taa  sjid lively stable buolnera. &3 cayrfod' 'on liiMS  the njurte-ft.' Jf^ly' *" StTenerUre'VeqiiBstiartd  hUiif. fprtbwith to Richard W. Day, their names  and foil particulars of their said olalma.  at 7 pmmwr  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Aod\v 0. U t'iBNNdz. Hrdinlhir. Nelson R. O  ^  MATERNAL  SOCIETIES.  NKLSON LOUQK, NO. 23, A. F. & A. M.  Meets sooond Wednesday In each month.:  Sqjourning brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OV PYTHIAS- Nelson Lodtce, No.  _ ., _5,Knlghtsof Pythias, meets InI.O.O.F.  was  commi-r-r-���, ���-..���.._,_    _.,_ It   ,  tills city, is no longer doing business, but is dia-  sp)vpd. TnP nPW Hrm ��f Robert Rprr ^ Co," is in  ��o way cannectp.l with the former poinna.ny. An  agreement has boon entered into between the  arbitration committee of the trades council and  the Arm of Robert Kerr Sc Co. similar to that  which exists between tbe Carpenters' Union and  all contracting firms of Nelson. The new Arm  being a fair one we have much pleasure in commending it to the kind consideration of all unlnn  men and sympathizers of organized labor. Thin  notice does not apply to Mr. Lister, who is still  flaUje fe_fa4r list.  Signed for tbe'executive committed,   '  C. J. CLAXTON.i-aeident.  J. B. MATHE.ON, Secretary.  NV.lsuu Tifcdes and I.abor Council.,  J7A. PaqueiteTK. ofg,*a.  taVlOb  Sql|c|tflrs for Riohafi  ^NNINQTQN.  llay. Administrator.  NKLSON h. o. L,. No. ��(K��i roootsin I, Q, 0.-F.  Hall, earner. Bakor and Eoetenay _streets,  HfilL corner Kiakor and Kootonay streets,  1st and,3rd Friday of eaoh month. Visiting  bretherh oordlally Invited. R. Robinson, W. M.  W. Crawford, Recording-Secretary.  NELSON .ERIE, Number 22, Fraternal Order  of Eagles, meets, every second and fourth  Wednesday lneaoh month In Fraternity-Hall.  Visiting bretbrop weloomp. W. Oosnali, Bjeal  dentr^fja^si^q^afTSScretiify.' \'*">���'��' "'"^  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  ;       ims/Mi'toO*   ���'������������  A boarding and.dfty sohool.oonduotod by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. It is situated at  the corner of Mill and Josephine streets in one of.  the beat residential portions of Nelson, and Is  easily accessible from all parts of tbe city. .  . The course of study Includes the' fundamental  and higher branches of thorough Knglls. "luca-  tion: Business ' course���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���muslo;  vocal and instrumental, drawing, etc  Plain art  aoi-'��oS41a������'l{;'0!a; '   '  Next term oommenoes September Sal. I  F_v-_Tj_m_,n_fm_tl��uimt_i__>9lf & t>u Bister '  SnparlorJ'  TBADES  UNIONS.  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 9fi, W. F. o  'M.���Meeta in miners' union rooms, north-  east corner Vlotorla. and Kootonayetreets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'olock. visiting members welcome. M. R. Mowatt, President. Jame -  Wilkes,   Seoretary.    Union Soalk op Wasim  FOB   NKLSON     OlSTBIOT-For   siAili '.''HWphtfcW  ���neii. Wfo UwKWWiiwnv���, �������: muckers,  ctyrmeli, shovelpRi and other mmerground labor'  TRAJIRB ANP hARQl\ CQUNCIL.-The regu-  |��r fHOPflni's w J-bo Nelson TradoB and Labor  Coujioil will beheld in the miners'.union hall,  corner of: Vlotorla and Kootenay streets, on the  llrst and third Thursday of eaoh month, at  7.90 p. m. O. J. Thorpe. President. J. H. Matheson, Secretary.  rpHE regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union  A' are held on Wednesday evening of eaoh  week, at 7 o'olook, in the Miners' Union hall corner vlotorla und Kootenay straatg. !EL ���'JfftMa'.  B^H6*ER9rUNidN.-NeiSQn Uuloii; No.'����; of  tbe International Journeymen- Barber's Union of Aroerjoa, meets every first and third Mon-  d&yof eapb month in Miner s Union: Hsli, corner  of vlotorla and Kootenay streets,- at 8:30 p.m.  sharp. Visiting, brothers-oordlally invited to  attend. J. H. Matheson, President. XV, 3. Bel-  ville, Seoretary.  ���ORICKLAYERS AND MASONS' UNlOH,   :  B   The Bricklav^ ^a��g,^  'The Bricklayers and -J  Union NO, 3 ft'"'  oht'_-8htli; at-MltteiS l.iilon halE  _ . president; Joseph.Clark,1 naooidibfe  s'popding sbcretary.   ' '    ' ' '  oah'FederaUon oordialiy Invited tdattend. A. W.  MoFee.-President. Percy Shackeltom Secretary.  NELSON PAINTERS* UNION-The regular ���  meeting of the- Painters' Union is-held *  the first and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp.  T.O. Skatbo, Preai--  dent; Will J. Hatch. SecTfltary. -        ���  ���P^S, Sieetfl oveif S��nd_.>8o%n__f In thi  Elliot block, oorner Baker and Stanley streeta, at  B o'clock. 1. D. Moyer. president.; Donald JUta  l_wk,mx__fari ��� ���   ���  ...-  .^.->*. ���;V.v*4��'  t%_^ij^ '���:.,:.:������- ���������:'������v--  &^:��i!TCt_t^;,iiSa-K_i_  .Kiii-'-'�����..;���"���?' THE :iTmmm-:-ML8QN B.: 0. mSAX: SEPTEMBER'&; ^00  /���c  &*-'00.��0>i  ��� 90 '.  .10*. /g? ./a**. ^f .00.00 .0*. 0* .00.00.00..  ..-���ir --aa- tt.  Wi Iii ^_t_*^__*><^_&��__p^_usr^__f  4_\  _��-<����-^'-{m-'lai'lm."^'- -m__\***__\_^_*_&_��__ ___&'__*-'  *i*> 11S> ������ <L_9' Ok* ' iSS>'__m1i (__?->(__*-  +<__* '0&J00 *&*(_9.��fi&*^  ft  ft  ft  ft  #  #  ,^.e_.i^.  5-&?c_t1l_i1^??��?��,  <&&  tii  xa  xa  xa  tii  xa  xa  xa  xa  xa  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  ft  1S90-ESTABLISHED IN NELSON-1890.��^  We are  Headquarters  for Diamonds  and  Diamond  Jewelry  JACOB DOVER  The Jeweler  Nelson  (�����-,:i*,'!i;'   '  i'-U i< _>  j,,|\n��.__lv ���   r  ft  jjfo WE BELIEVE IN <>  ft    SMALL PROFITS AND QUICK RETURNS       \  ^^^^1890-ESTABLISHED IN NELSON-1890  We are  Headquarters  for Diamonds  and  _  Diamond  Jewelry  JACOB DOVER  The Jeweler  Nelson  WE ARE THE  LEADERS IN BRITISH COLUMBIA  til  xa  tii -'<���  '���*___  - Ji-*.,  til  Xii  iti  ���il)  Ui  xa  '-iti.  --Xti.  xa  tii  tii;  ai  tii  xa  xa  xa  xa  xa  tii  tit:  tit  Xii  tii  til:  tilt  Xify  tit  tit;  til  ':������-!>���  7:;  ���_..,  ,VJi  '-/_""! I  &  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00.  ��E"fi.T    7.000,000.00    -  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  I Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  [Hon/George A. Drummond Vice-President  IR, S. Clouston General Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In London (England),Nkw York,  [Chicago; and aU the principal oltlos in Canada.  .   Huy.ftfld sell Sterling Bxokange and Cable  ll'raflaravs.  I   ifira,ofc Commercial  and  Travelers'  Credits,  ���available In any part of the world.  -.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.'  [Saving's Bank Branch   OPRR_.IT HATK-OF-INTERWT"PA.��.   PW   tW   CHINATOWN.  The police-were called dowii  to  [Chinatown yesterday afternoon  to  [suppress a row which, accordiug to  Jthe     evidence   of    eye-witnesses,  liiearly   resulted   in   murder,      A  I miner went into :thftt section  with  large-a_7.$4 - jng,- and entered one  liftf tha Chinese stores where a party  lof"   celestials   were   partaking   of  [their   evening   rice.      The   miner  [wanted to join them and was pro-  Ivided with a' bowl of rice.     After  [eating   this  he offered   to   nettle  Ibut the Chinamen declined to accept payment.  'Then   the white.  |nian kicked, over the table, bvoke  Jthe dishes and sr^^shp^ a window  las he. h^t-tii?. store. This infuriated  line celestials,   who   followed   the  Imluer out into the open.   Five of ���  ffchem tackled the men with the jag,  'jrapty. handed and three more used  alubs lustily.   The miner made ��o.  Iittempt to fight back w(d received-  bftd beating,    ^o;cap the climax  fee ""W :VVP 'fof f��r creating a disturbance qnd will probably have to  bay damages and costs.  "P,C*K   BREAKS  JAIL.  Frank Beck, alias William Jones,  escaped, from the   provincial   jail  Byesterday morning.     He was sen-;  ���teuced on Monday, to two years? in,  Jthe penitentiary, and. was awaiting  [removal to. New .Westminster.    AP  Blast reports Becj?-wa,a still at large.  mh\e pyov^ncial police   throughout  lt"he district have been apprised of  ���the facts and are watching for him.  (Ai there are   comparatively   few  points by which .Beckcan get across  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of'Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. 0., and Dawson City, N. W. T.  the line the authorities are hopeful  of recapturing their man.  An accurate description of the  escaped '.prisoner is as follows:  Height 5 feet 7 or 8 inches, weight  about 17"i pounds, age about 38  years, complexion dark, small black  moustache, wears felt hat sloping  over eyes, slouchy gait, shifty eyes,  dark clothes, tan shoes, light colored shirt. These particulars have,  been wired throughout the district;.  Beck escaped soon after ��� ten  o'clock yesterday morning. He was  allowed in the. corridor on which,  his cell opened for exercise, and it,  was well on to 11:30 o'clock before  his absence was discovered.. It i.s  not known how he managed to escape, but the theory is that he got  into the watch tower overlooking  the jail yard and made his .way to  the 20-foot^ fence at the back, over  which lie chopped to liberty. Deep  footmarks-, such as would be left  Vender these circumstances, were  discovered beneath the fence.  THE  PACIFIC   CABLE.  The PaciQc cable project has advanced another stage.   That is to  say, the tenders for the construction _  of the line have been  opened, and  that of the Telegraph Construction  Company has been found to be the  lowest at ��l,8a��,00C. the work to be  completed in eighteen months!.   No  doubt the.offer with the others re-,  ceiyed will obtain careful consideration at the hands of the advisory  committee appointed in London in  1890 for the purpose..   But in the  meantime it is satisfactory to the.  colonies concerned to know that the.  ^subject ia not being lost sight of. In.  the absence of details there does  not seem much'to object to either  an the price mentioned; in the tender or the time in which the laying  of .the;. cable is expected to take.  Three years ago the committee reported  that   the  Telegraph  Construction .Company.. estimated the  Imperial Bank of Canada  flKAD  OKF1CK.. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized, $2,500,000  Capital Paid up.. $2,468,603  Rest  $1,700,000  IX R. Wilkie, General Manager.  - E. Hay, Inspecter. ���  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAV, Manager.  cost of a cable from Vancouver via  Honolulu at considerably over. ��2,-  000,000.   Their   present tender   is  for a somewhat less figure.   An est  tiraate   from    the   Indir   Rubber,  Gutta-percha, and Telegraph Works  -Company-put-the cost at $l,517-,000r  and offered-to do the work and  maintain the line for three years  for that sum.    But the same company explained ,to   the Canadian  government that   a -1."*   word  per  .minute cable would cost $1,672,000,  while one of J 8  words would cost  ��1,880,000. . The Eastern Extension  company   estimated   the   cost   at  rather less, and  the Henley Telegraph   Works -Compauy  tendered  for the line atTfil,492,000.    But of  course these tenders were governed  by the conditions, such as  weight  of   core   or   the   question    as    to  whether a 15 or 18 word cable was  required.     At   any   rate   it   was  stated   in  the committee's  report  that it would  not be prudent to  put the whole capital  required at  less^ than ��1,800,000.    But it will be  noticed that   the present tenders  carry us no further than the stage  indicated: in the committee's report  of three years ago.  The Gasoline Tricycle.  The first "infernal" machine ever  seen in Hamilton made its appearance on Saturday and attracted a  great deal of attention. The  machine is a tricycle, .propelled by  gasoline motor and was manufactured Jn Toronto; by the Canada  Cycle, and Motor Company. It was  in charge of F..W. Doll, an attache  of the company, who made the run  down from Brantford in 57 minutes,  and who expects to cover the 45  miles to Toronto in less than two  hours. A gasoline,tank atthe back.,  of the-saddle has ;a . capacity of a  gallon and a half, sufficien t to run  the machine more .than a hundred  miles, the oil being exploded by an  electric spark. The.mach|,n,e weighs ,  about 175 pounds, is fitted with big  pneumatic tires and "is handsomely  constructed aud appointed.  Millions in the Hen.  Kingston Time_.  At the Dominion experimental  farm as much as $2-has been-made  out of a fowl in a year, and any intelligent fanner, by giving his  birds average attention and care,  will find no difficulty.,- in -getting a  profit of i'roin a dollar to a dollar,  arid a half per head. There are  050,000 farmers in Canada, eaeli of  whom could easily raise 100 hens a  year. Individually, the profit  would not be great, but estimating  it at a dollar a head we see that  -the-.value.to the-,conntry--woiildTbe-  $65,000,000; ���'���  Literary Men in'Foljtics,  Conan Doyle, Gilbert Parker, Anthony   Hope,   James7Barrie,   and  NOTICE.  "Hru.s ok Sai.k.Aot."  ills Honor tho Lieutenant Governor, under the  provisions of section 0 of the "Milh of .Sulc Act.'  as enacted hy suction '_ ot thei'illlls of Hule Act  Amniidiiieiit Act, Ift' has hoen pleased to niter.  Ihc place for.tlie registralloii of Hills of Sale "for  tho remulndfe i' of I he Con 11 ty of Kootenay," us follows, namely:  Kor that, part of the County of ICootonay belni'  the,territory covered by the North HldioK of  Kust Kootenav Electoral District:  Tlio oillce of the Hi'Klstiur of the County Court  ut Golden.  For that part of the County of Kootenay hcliiL?  the territory covered hy thu Hevelstoke ItidlriS  of tho West Kootenay Kluctoral District:  The otllce of llio KeRistrar of .the County Court  at, Revelstoke.  Such alteration In take ell'oct on tho 1st day of  Ootober, 1900. J. J>. IMIKNTIOB.  ~_s     1    > . c,      .      ,    ''''ovlncial Secretary.  Provincial .Secretary's Oillce,-  ���1th September, 1900.  Jerome K. Jerome, well-known  authors, will stand as parliamentary  candidates in the approaching general election in England.  Steamer Pomeranian in Collision.  Glasgow, September 27.���The  Allan line royal mail steamer Pom-  erianian, in command of captain  "���"airfoil, which arrived today from'  Montreal, whence she. sailed on  September I Ith, was damaged by  collision when coming up the Clyde  with a sunken steamer. The extent  of the damage has not yet been  ascertained.  Contpaetops^and-Builders  WIIX OO WEIil. TO  Buy Their Lumber  AV  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock of Ursb-olasa dry material on  hand, also a full Una of sash, doors, mouldings,  burned work, eto.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  "Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring.  local and coast).  Newel Posts:  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Bough and  Dressea-Lunsber  of all kinds.  IT WHAT TOD WANT IB NOT IN StOOft  WE WILL MAKE IT FOB fOV  CALL AND OKT PRICES.  Provincial Board of Health  BRITISH  COLUMBIA.  ReHWlaliicais   for   the   Detection   and..  ' Xreeitment of a Disease - Known'  as Bubonic Plague.  Wl  7>l  Approved by Order of His Honor the Lieutenant- -  . iClovernor-in-Councll, dated the 6th day uf  .September, 1900.   '  DISSOLUTION   OF  PARTNERSHIP  Notice la hereby given that the partnership  heretofore existing between Edward C. Cordintr-  ly and A._\V. Purrty,. carryioK on business as  i nrnlture. Dealers, jrrJ.he-.Clty of Nelson, under  the name, stylo ami flrrii.of the Nelson Furniture  Company, has this day been dissolved by mutual  consent. Richard W. Day of Nelson, B. C. accountant,, has been appointed^eccivo.- to wind  up the affairs of thejlrm,, to whom .'all accounts  due the Arm must be paid, and all claims against  the firm should be sent.-.-  - '  ��r   .^Pf?8''*.-.*-       7K.C,jCORDINOLY  XV. A. GALLIHER. A. W. PURDY.  .tPVSP th's totday of August, A.D. 1900. at  the City of Nelson. .'-.���'���..  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard 1   Koot of Hendryx .treoti. Nelaon  Telephone. Bl' Jo^fl   R&Q,   AgBIlt  "iriuriiimiiinnxitTfiiTimniniHrnmnnnfl  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load of  Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE &.CO.  nrnnnnnnmnammn  L  NOTICE. "  A spec'al rneotingof Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will he hi_ld 011 Tuesday cveiiinif, 2&th  instant, at Miners'. Union hall at 7::�� o'clook  sharp for the purpose of electing throe delegates  to attend a convention of all labor and reform organizations in Yale-Cariboo constituency,.to be  hold at Nelson, B. C, 00 October .%d. 190o, for  the purpose of ndoptiog some defln te uniform  plan of action in the approaching Dominion elections. Delegates from all alHliated unions are  hereby urgeujly roiuesle<l to attend.  C, .1. CLAYTON. President,  J. H. MATHESON. Secretary.  Nelson Trades and .Labor Council.  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKB BTKEKTa. WBtflOlf '  Porto Rico LumberCo.  (LIMITED)  CORNKU OH*  :     HKNDRYX AND VKRNON BfllKKTH  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-t White Pine Lurrjber Always vn  StooK-  We carry a complete stocl: of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash arid D�� iors.  Special order work will reo Bive  prompt attention.''  1. A11 sick Chinese or Japanese must send or  givo notice of their illness to the Health OrHcer  or Police Constable in the district \yhere such  Chinese Or Japanese reside.  ti. Physicians in attendance 011_sie__._Cblnpse.01__  -apanese shall notify the Health Otllceror Chairman of tbe Local Board of Health of Municipalities; or, if In an outlying district, the Government Agent must be notified, Such notification  should stato the cause of Illness and the con .  dition of the glandH throughout the body of the  sick: person, and should be delivered to the  Health,Officer, Chairman of the Local Board of  Health, or Government Agent, as the case maybe, at the earliest possible opportunity."  :s. _n City Municipalities the Medical Health  Officer shall bn notified within six hours of' the  death of any Chinese or Japanese, by'the person  on whose.premises such death occurred, or br  some relation or person having charge of tlitf  : .person so dying.  : .4. in Rural Afunlolpallties llio Medical Hnalth  Oltlcur, or Clmirn.au or .Secretary of. tho Local  Hoard of Health must be notified within six  4iour��cf such death*, and in outlying districts  theaover111111.nl Agent or Provincial Constable  nhall bo notitled wlibfn Iwelve hours after such  death, or as soon nftor us puxslb.'u. Certificate,  as to the cause of deiith 111 list bo signed by the*  Health Officer in Municipalities, and In outlying;  districts by tho Government Agent, or some per  sou duly authorized by him.  tt. Any person violating any provision of the��tf  regulallous,'shall be liable, upon summary conviction before any two .111 .tlces of tho Peace, for  even- such offense, to a fine not exceeding one  hundred dollars, with or without costs, or to Imprisonment, with or without hard labor, for 11  lorm not exceeding six moiitliH, or to both fine  and imprisonment, iii the discretion of the con-  ��� vie ting court.  CHARLKS J. FAGAN. M. D.,  Secretary, Provincial Board of Health,  By'Command,   ���  J. D. PRENTICE,.  Provincial secretary  ������.Victoria, B. C. Soptember 8th,-1300.;  lhe Athabasca Cold Mine  Limited  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Go.  NUiMW. MITtlH OOr.DM��U.  Porto Rico LumberCo. ltd.  H. D.  ASHCRbPf  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  __��SS��"__e-_iw?l_5_fe,nPU' ���tt8,*ad(:"  '*��� "*!" *  8pMte>/SbM____i^wBto��UI__iai acctKtr-  ���g --* r"^~��� -Is *������ mrt__..t t�� MhT  One Shilling'Per Share Dividend,  NeisoN. ��. C. Septembor 20, 1900.���The diroo  tors*_ Uiis company liave declared a dividend of  one ehilllng per share, or live per cent on the  capital etock of the company, payable on the first  of October, proximo.   Under, the scheme of reconstruction lately carried out, the' second call "  of one shilling per share .(originally fixed for the  .ISth of September and subsequently postponed*'  is due.on October 18th proximo.   Ia the case ot  aiieCanadian shareholders, and In order to fave  ,thein .uonecessary trouble,-the following  plan  ��� will be adopted: -On all shares on which only the  firxt call has been paid tbe receipt for the second  caH'wlll be^sent.to the owners of the shares as  registered in tbe company's books as soon after  the iirst of .October as possible, on all' shares on-  whlch'two'(or three) calls have been paid the  dividend will be paid bv bank cheok to the regla-  terad owners of such shares.  K. NKLSON FJB3JL Manaeer. THE TRTBtJKE: NELSOK.B. Cr FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 28 190ft  J *-'  i-M  if.*  17  I'  w.  m  If!'  li  Queen Vietoria Chocolates  THE  BEST  OUST  THE   MABKET  SOLD   OnSTL-ST   BY"  3?tTT   XJI3   I3ST   25   -__._N"_D  so ohjustt boxes  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS.  Ho!-For Fall Clothing - Ho!  See our celebrated Fit Reform Clothing, also our magnificent lines of fancy vests. The very latest in style  and   pattern.    Our   stock   is   complete   in   all   lines.  The  Nelson  Clothing House  Sold in Bulk  217 AND 21!) BAlCRR STRKKT. NELSON.  IT IS A FACT  Try This Tea  Thai, our special brand of IN1HAN CEYLON TEA ia a success. That our sales in thiamine  havc doubled. That, our customers will have none oilier. That il has no equal, mid standi, alone,  for purity, strength and llavor.  We havc. just, teeeived a large shipment of this tea direct from lhe gardens in India, and oan  recommend the same lo the public as being unexcelled.  Fifty   Cents   Pep   Pound.  THE WESTERN MERCANTILE COMPANY, Ltd.  Bakep Street. GROCERS. Nelson, B. C  m  m  mi  m  h   ffl  We have sold 75 per cent of all the  ffl Portland Cement  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl.  ffl  ���ffl-  ffl  Fire Brick Fire Clay  and Sewer Pipe  USED IN KOOTENAY  Just received carload Dominion Ale and Porter  (PrNTS AND QUARTS)  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts).   This  the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  is  H. J.  EVANS & CO.  ffl  ffl  .m  #  *  HUME ADDITION  _L_C_-) -L S>  GAMBLE & O'REILLY, Agents  ^  -.(=>.  ��9*  .'<_?'  OUR  ARK  FILTERS  FILTERS  IT COSTS BUT ONE CENT  OUR CLOSESTS  ARK NOISELESS  To drop us a post card thai wo may. call and give estimates.  Never   have any plumbing douo until you havo seen our  IL Raves many dollars,  goods and our prices.  OPPOSITE,,  POSTOmOfc.  STRACHAN BROTHERS, Plumbers.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  .1.Mitchell, tbe Kaslo man arrested  for rolling a man, was brought back  from Kaslo yesterday after standing his trial before judge Forin.  Mitchell was found guilty on the  evidence of several reputable witnesses who saw the theft committed  and was sentenced to two years'  imprisonment in the provincial  penitentiary.  Tho quoiters who competed in  the recent tournament will dine  next week n-t the expense of the  losing team. J. H. Wallace and ,T.  F. Weir are the committee in charge  of the banquet arrangements. The  date of the affair will be announced  ���   later.  J. T. Hardy has resigned his position as chief ranger of Court Star  of Kootenay, Ancient Order of Foresters. A special meeting of the  court takes place tomorrow night  to elector a, successor and appoint  'delegates to the approaching session  of the district high court.  /The Rossland Miners' Union delegates to the Labor party convention  at Nelson are A". C. Thompson, John  JIarrobrie, John Hand and Chris  Foley. V' :��� .  Rossland has 010 children enrolled as of school age aud a daily  attendance of over r>00. How many  has Nelson? 7  James Weybeck,  who was sent  from Nelson to the reformatory at  Victoria several months ago, distinguished   himself    by   ^escaping  .from that institution.  Rev. Father Drummond, S. J.,  who ia conducting the mission at  the church   of  Mary   Immaculate  here, will lecture iu Sandon on Tuesday night next, his topic being  "The_Rea"9l_nableh"ess_of_itlr_��� ClfrisF  tian Belief." Rev. Mr. Sanford will  occupy the chair. The proceeds of  the lecture will be devoted to the  building fund of the Catholic  church, now being erected at Sandon to replace the edifice destroyed  in the fire.  The gun club's weekly shoot has  been postponed until Friday next  to permit a number of the members  to compete in the Rilie Association  matches.  Geueral manager Shaughnessy of  the C. J.-*.' It., arrives at Kootenay  Landing at 10 o'clock this morning,  a day ahead of his scheduled time.  He will come in over the Balfour  extension, but will only spend a  short time in the city. R. Marpole  came in last night and will accompany the general manager to Rossland. "������������.  i ��� -  Local sportsmen are drawing attention to the fact that numbers of  willow grouse are being offered for  sale in the .city contrary to tho  game laws. The pot-hunters who  killing game for the market make  money out of,, the. proposition but  destroy more birds in one week  than all the sportsmen do in a  season.  W. II. Bullock -Webster, chief of  provincial police, left last night for  Moyie oii business.  A number of cases have been  added to the criminal docket for  the forthcoming sittings of the assize court. Thompson vs. Henderson will go before the grand jury,  the charge being that of interfering  with the sheriff at Rossland in the  discharge of his duty.    The other  new oases are ltegina vs Kettner  and Pitulerick, Regiua vs Stad-  lander for perjury in connection  with the jumping of the Velvet  mineral claim at Rossland, and Regiua vs Carlyle and Sutherland, the  Lode Star case from Kaslo.  Captain William M. Tyson, of the  tug    Viuir,  has  succeeded   to   the  command  of   the   steamer Nelson  and will take the craft out on her  next trip.    Captain Tyson is now in  charge   of   the   steamer' Kokanee  during the absence on leave of captain Fraser.    Captain McLellan will.,  skipper the Kokanee until captain'  Fraser  returns   and    captain   Alf  Taylor has been -'confirmed in  command of the Ymir. 7  The executive of the rifle association met last night and  concluded  arrangements      for     the     annual  matches which commence'this morning.    It was announced that H. AV.  Kent,    general    manager   of   the  Kootenay   Lake   Telephoue   Company, had  loaned  the  association  S00 feet of wire and two instruments to connect the markers' pits  with the butts.    This will expedite  challenges.  The Rossland riile company has sent over a team consisting of William Harp, J. W. Spring,  R. H. Dickson and R. Smith, while  the  the   Kaslo  compauy has  sent  over a delegation  of five .marksmen. 4  Fred Irvine & Co. have been advised that their fall consignment of  Parisian and American pattern hats  will arrive today.    The firm  has  therefore  decided   to hold   its  fall  millinery opening   on  AVednesday  next,     ah     announcement     with  respect to which will   be made  tomorrow.  Gamble & 'O'Reilly report the  following real-estate transfers: Lot  9, block 29, Addition A, to Mrs. L.  Paterson, price 400; lot 19A, block  9, Hume addition, to J. -Ringrose,'  price 150; lot 1, block "10, Plume  addition5, to H. Hoepner, price $175.  RAILROAD AND STEAMBOAT  Fall Trade Livens Up.  The C. P. R. is beginning to experience the annual fall increase of  business and the depot is one of the  liveliest spots . in the city. The  through shipments are commencing to come iu heaAry; local business is well over last years mark;  the smelter.is again handling a considerable amount of ore, and this  with two work trains out, and a  construction gang at work in the  yard keeps the officials hustling.  Seven locomotives are running out  of Nelson, aud the round house  crew has a busy night of it, commencing at 7 o'clock when most of  the engines come in. AVhen the  new round house is completed the  handling of locomotives will be  greatly faciIitated. ���"' ^     : ~���  N. & F. S. officials who have visited the city state that business on  their road is picking up nicely, and  that the prospect for a good winter  is bright. An indication of this is  the fact that the management cut  out the mixed train which was run  all summer, and is now running a  fast freight into Nelson, arriving'  here daily abont*noon. It is expected that the Tamarac, AVilcox  and other Ymir properties, the  Robin Hood and several propositions along the line will be added  to the list of shippers during the  winter. During the summer considerable work was done along the  road iu the Nelson district and the  roadbed is in good order.  Trade in the towing line promises  to improve. The C.P.R.. tugs are busy  handling barges in and out of Nelson, and with the regular fall increase in business they are likely to  be worked to their full capacity.  The Hercules has beeu tied up here  for several days, but leaves  today  for Bonner's Ferry to tow logs into  Nelson. Captain Campbell has instructions to double the supply of  lime rock for the Trail smelter.  The smelter company's quarry at  Lardo has been worked to the extent of 30,000 tons without making  any appreciable inroad on the bluff.  Three carloads of material   for  the new. roundhouse at the C. P. R.  dopot   has  been delivered  oii the  ground and work on  the  buildin  will commence next week.  The repairs to the steamer Nelson are progressing rapidly and the  craft willprobably be re-launched  on Saturday and resume her run to  Kootenay Landing about the first  of the week.      The new Kootenay Railway &  Navigation .Company's steamer  Kaslo is making runs every other  day from the shipyards at AVood-  bnry creek, and her power is working smoothly. The date of the  official trial is not announced as  yet, .bu t is expected to. take, place  any"day :hext./_yeek whein a crew  ean be secured' from one of the  other craft to handle her.  The management of the Kootenay  Railway <fc -Nayigation Company  will probably convert the steamer  International into a coal burner as  soon as a steady supply of coal is  assured. The Crow's Nest coal-people are now putting in seven  switches at theie Michel mine, and  anticipate being.able to keep well  ahead of the demand.  A number of C. P. R. officials are  in tho city today, li. Marpole,  superintendent of the Pacific division, H. J. Cambie, chief engineer,  and F. T. Griffin, of Winnipeg, the  recently appointed land qpmmis'-  'siorier, are among the party. M. H.  Brown, district freight agent, with  headquarters at Detroit, Michigan,  and AV. M. Kirkpatrick, of the  freight department head office at  Montreal,, are also in the city on a  pleasure trip.- Mr.Brownis a brother  of H. L. Brown, J.oeal eity ticket  agent.       .           MINING   RECORDS.  Yesterday's mining records were;  Transfers, a quarter interest in the  Cuba, North Star and Two. Owls  south of Hall creek, by Frank  Simpson of Nelson ..to Charles Lin-  derman of Hall's Siding. . -.  S. S. Taylor, A..G. McCuIloch and  Robert Reisterer filed notice-of the  option on .the. -Northern Light  group to the Imperial Development  Syndicate.. ..:-.���  Certificates of work: To 1"*. E.  Benn on the Guelph,. Arizona Boy  and Clark claims, to William Feeney  on the Shamrock, to P. E. Doolittle  on the Ashcroft, Clinton, Frederic-  ton, Lilly and Bradford claims.  WANTED!  T. H. BROWN  JEWELER.  QUALITY  Richness, style and durability���these are the points in  our jewelry that interests buyers; but even they must depend on the honesty and good  judgment of the dealer in the  selection of the best qualities.  We are ready to refund the  money for any article not exactly as represented.  T.H.BROWN  7     STANLEY PJANOS  178 Baker Streot..."!' .   Nolson. B.,0.  NELSON TENT AND  AWNIjIG FACTORY  The best equipped establishment in British Columbia for turning out  all kinds of canvas goods.  Twenty-five tie makers  and ten teamsters wanted at our camps near  Cranbrook. .  Breckenridge & Lund  Crmhroolc, B. C. September 23Ui_ 3900,  THEO ulADSflJ*. Proprietor.  Baker Street, Nelson.  Private    School  And Kindergarten.  Thorough Kngllsh, Calisthenics, Music, German and 'French,.!- _required; Fall term commences 3rd September.  For particulars apply to         -  MISS PALMER. Josephine.Street.  FOR SALE-CHEAP  Six lots corner Observatory and  Hall -streets, drained aiid' cleared,  foi- building. ���.   .      ��� ���  Charles Si. Barba, Agent  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  HARDWARE  COt  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill, Steam and Suction  Hose.  Crucible   Cast  Steel   Wire  Rope  .    .5-16.to  1-in. in  stock.  Leather ancl   Rubber Belting.   ��  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods,. Rails  Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-16 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  Agenta���Trims Oro Cars, Olaiit Powder, and Metropolitan Fuse, eto.  H. BYERS & CO.  NIELSON  JC_SU>  SANDON  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  PHAIR.- John McKane, nossland. P.O. I too.,  Montreal; XV, Harp. Rosslaiid; .1. \V, .Spring,  KoHslund; It. II. Dickson, Rosslaiid; M. P. Morris, Vancouver; (.!. O. Bradley, Spokano;'!'. 1��.  Plckard, Rovelstoke: R. Smith. Itossland; M. II.  Brown. Detroit; VV. M. Klrkpalrick. Montreal;  .... N. Fraser. city; H. Bowman, Vancouver; 11.  .1. Cambie. Vancouver; F. '1'. Oi'tiHn, Winnipeg;  F. D. Abbott, Vancouver; ll. 'Marpole, Vancouver; John G Sullivan. Trail; W. H, Aldridge,  Trail; J. F. Collom, Aluincdu,: California; K. .1.  Kirkwood, Slocan Oily; It. William., Seattle;  0. Van Etter, Seattle; John T. M'cShnno. Seattle.  HUME.-D. J. Most, .Montreal: Henry Roy,  Rossland; Charles Moore, Kaslo; John McLean,  Carbery. Man ; A. McAllister, Toronto: J. C,  Coulen, Victoria; II. S. Collin's, Spokane; O. \V.  Lawson, Toronto; W. OhiUwahl. San 'Francisco;  O. XV. Heygood,-Anii Arbor, 'Michigan; T. A.  Carley. Montreal; .1. A. McKiniion, Silverton;  A. Rllockslmw, Athabasca: W'.'IC. Hoir, X.itnp  Mansfield.  QUKKN'S.���XV. .1. Davenport, Kaslo: R.  Strnthcrn, Kaslo; A. McQueen, Kaslo; A. I..  West by, Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr-i. .f. Gonna n.  Five-mile Point: J. Martin, Spokane: K. K.  Guille, Granite; H. Leake, Sandon: .1. J. Uold-  sniitn, Seattle.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Sewing���An experienced seamstress is open for engagements by the day or  week. Children's .work a specialty. Apply to  Mrs. It , four doors above the city hall on victoria street.  Cellar to Rent���Apply Merchants  Hank of Halifax-.  Lost���Twenty-Five Dollars and a  ndy'sglovo,   Return to Bool black' 1.. T. Smith  and be rewarded.  For Rent���-Store in Tremont  Hotel block. Apply .to Malone Sc Tregillus,  Tremont hotel.  Wanted���engineer for Red Star  boat.   Apply nl ofllce of Ontario Powder Works.  Nicely Furnished Rooms���corner  Vernon and Cedar streets.  To Let���Early next month, store  in brick block with ce'lur. Apply C. W. West, &  Co., corner Hall and Baker streets,  For Rent���Well Furnished rooms,  bath, olectiic lights, hot air.. Airs. Ogilvie, north  sido Carbonate street between Josephine and  Ward.  To rent���No. 203 Victoria street,  a six-roomed bouse. Apply to F. J. Bradley  &Co.  -  Large   furnished   rooms   to   let.  Apply Macdonald building, coiner or Josephine  and Vernon streets.  "Hack   calls, left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn on' Vernon stroet. Telephone  call 35.  0. J. Dewar, J. P.  Notary Public���Conveyancer.  FOR SALE. *    -  Six lots, corner Hall and Observatory streets,  - "I'ucIiik the lake.   Will sell in block or separately, $200 each.   These are good lots and  good value.  Five room cottage, full plumbing���new house,  on Mines road, near Stanley street. $1500,  "easy terms.  Large well furnished house on Carbonate street.  S2300, easy terms.  Good house and lot in Hume Addition.    $200  cash.   Balance $2o per month.  Lot 50x120, Mill street, facing lake. $250  Lot 50x120, corner Hall and Vernon, $3500.  List your property with me for prompt pay  sales.  Ofllce in  Madden Block  D. J. DEWAR  TO   LET  FURNISHED  T e m pe r a n c e_H o.t e 1  ON  VERNON  STREET  HUGH   R.  CAMERON  Baker Streot, Nolson.   Agent and Appraiser.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  NIINING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Richelieu. 1000  FOtt SALE.  Six-room house, Humo Addition, $M0,  A coinpleto set of tinner's tools.  Team, harness and wagon, $150.  GALLON  H. A. Prosser  BItOKRR. WARD STREET  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  Houses and lots for sale in all parts of tho city  yictoria.-Montreal Fire Insurance Company.  Ontario Mutual Life Insurance Company,  RENTS   COLLECTED.  __S*c ANNABLE  STOVES I  STOVES!  Wc are sole agenls'for the celebrated  COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS  Will burn anything.   Results -.unequalled  in any line of heaters.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  , .A-t..e_\-<_t-i_*-i-t'i-t.0-0-0-0-0.  k *"_"P* ____��* m__^ *W__0 _____* ^_fc* _\\__**\___w <%___* <\\\t0 <____*, ^_t_���  Xif  xti  to  to  to  ���_�����_��-a-_S"-3&'_s,_a"_K'a"^^-^*'>��  ffl  ffl  iti  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  w_  Our Wagon  Is busy all dny .and every  day making prompt deliveries of good groceries to wise  people. Do you buy here?  If 5rou have not been doing  so here are a few things  that will tempt' you to our  doors, or to-your telephone, and "will help you in preparing  breakfast. Grape Nuts, Gerinia, Ktilston's Breakfast Food,  Self Rising Buckwheat Flour, Sliredded Whole Wheat Biscuits  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  Telephone 10 185 Baker Street  xti  to  to  to  to  ffl  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  to  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  xti  ffl  When Eve Stole the Fruit  f-lie didn't preserve It. and it is recorded that when winter came and Adanr  found no preserves in the cupboard he "raided Cain.'. The Adams of nowaday* send their Kve. to ns for their fruit.   We leceive it daily from Spokane.  Houston Block,  Telephone 101.  P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Co., ltd.  Electric Fixtures Electric Fans  Medical Batteaies  HOUSTON BLOCK,  CORNKR BAKKR AND .IOSKPHINE STREETS.  Nelson, B. C.  HOME GROWN  FOR FALL PLANTING  ��� Fruit-and-OrnamentaKFreesr���"^   Roses, Shrubs, Vines, Bulbs.  nrderti dug in one day; yon get il the next. No fumigating or Inspection charges. Greenhouse  plants, seeds, agricultural implements, etc. Largest aud mo it complete stock iu the province. Send  for catalogue before placingyour orders.   No agent's nor commission lo pay,  TO CHOOSE FROM  "WHITE   LABOB   ONJL.-yr   __33Vi:a?_(__OTri__!r>.  ADDRESS  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  J.  P. Burns & Co.  t  Head Oppicr at  NELSON, B. 0,  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats:  Madden Block.  Ward StreBt,  Markets at   Nelson," Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nev  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Porks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Go. |  ALL KINDS OS1  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  V ;     WHOLBSALH AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson &   (X  TRAVES,   Manager  O&DiCRS BT UAUi RKCfiifgQAftmVu ASTO PfiOti?.' AfT-SfSiON  n  i^^&^yyy^y:^ y<y.: ���:.-' ���y^--;^  MfE~'_E^T&aaK;i���5C������*~j����^^ ;-��������� '���-������. ��� ���  ������ %.'.^Jl-^S^ik_r&tW/*D_w_.>_.��^..'.r^^^  . .~yy;yi_~.

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