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 '-���^yUy"y.:':y 'Sf!W'.vlfWC^S^jj_wS_��l  -p-  DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  ���Ol  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  r-t-ii  EIGHTH YEAR.  NELSON":  WEDNESDAY MORNTNG SEPTEMBER 20  1900  PRICE FIVE CENTS  '._s  *)  STRIKE  STILL  SPREADINC  More Oollories Forced to Close.  |i Shenandoah, Pennsylvania. Sep-  I. tember 25.���The few .developments  in the striking situation here, since  yesterday, were favorable to the  strikers. Three additional colleries  were closed today in this region,  because the number of men who reported for duty was not sufficient  to operate them. In this city but  one colliery it working. That is  the Cambridge which has its full  complement nf men. Other col-  leiies in the region still in  operatian are the Bast at  Ash hind . Potts and Locust Pale,  Locust Spring, at Locust, and the  North Franklin at Treverton. The  Bast colliery is said to be short-  handed. The English-speaking mine  workers of thisr borough today  formed a branch of the United  Mine Workers, ami 250 men are said  to have joined the union. The  troops today had nothing to occupy  their time, but guard duty, practice  marches and regimental parades.  Hazelton, Pennsj'lvauia, September 25. ��� lt was learned tonight that  sheriff Harvey of this (Lucerne)  county has telegraphed to governor  Stone, asking that troops be sent to  this county on the ground that he  can not guarantee the safety of  persons or property during the  night inarches of the strikers. The  governor, it is understood, is considering the matter. lt was also  learned that the sheriff's request  was backed up by several telegrams  from private citizens of Hazelton,  who it is said are mine operators.  It i.s believed that the sheriff is of  the opinion that the presence of  troops will provent any further  marching, lessening the possibility  of serious trouble. Last night's  march of 300 men from Cranberry,  Tomhicken, Deringer and (rowan"  probably hastened the action of  the sheriff in asking for state help.  The strikers met after midnight  at Cranberry. a��ol when they  reached Tomhicken they were  stopped by sheriff Harvey and  J.0 armed deputies, who went there  oii a special train. The sheriff read  the riot net to them, The strikers  scattered in different directions and  began missionary work in preventing mine workers from going to the  Potts mines. They were successful  in preventing a large number of  men goiug to work, and in consequence the Deringer and Cowan  mines were crippled. The Tomhicken slope was only slightly affected. Four of the marchers were  arrested, charged with breach of  the peace, and were taken to South  Wilkesbarre and committed without bail.  I^,hone Trescott, a coal and iron  policeman, says he saw president  Mitchell and "mother" Jones on a  hill at Deringer, directing the  movements of the men. President  Mitchell denies this, ft was rumored that another inarch  was  to  "be made tomorrow to Black Creek,  three miles from Hazelton. The  most important developments of  the day, outside of the request for  soldiers, was the answer of G. B.  Markle &��� Company to the demands  presented by the liriu's employees  - a few days ago. The answer is not  considered satisfactory by many of  the Markle . employees, and what  action they will take at their meeting tomorrow ��� is not certain.  There, is much talk among them  tonight in favor of a strike.  The firm refuses to grant the  demand of the men for a live and  ten per cent ad vance; announces its  .willingness to pay the men semimonthly; agrees to arbitrate the  question of cheaper powder, refuses the demands of the driver  boys and engineers for more pay;  promises to adjust grievances relating to the carrying of men and  tools down through the slope in  mine cars; offers the timber men a  new seale for  propping which is  . lower than the rate asked for;  agrees to build some powder houses  so that the men will nothave to  carry the powder. The Markle  firm tonight announced that at the  request of the mine workers in  its employ, work would be suspended tomorrow in order to give  the men an opportunity to consider  the company's answer to the demands made ten days ago.  Confessed to Murder.  Hamilton, \ September 25.���  George Pearson, the companion of  Annie Griffin, who was instantly  killed last night while driving from  Watertown, confessed to the murder and is lodged in jail.   Pearson  at first said that two men driving  past .in a rig had done the deed.  In being closely questioned by the  police he broke down and said that  the girl and he had made up their  minds to kill themselves, and he  shot her and then attempted suicide, but his nerve failed him.  THE TAX SALE PURCHASERS  Looking: After Tlieir Property.  The ollice of the Nelson  government agent has been visited during  the past few days by a  number of  parties desiring information regarding the lots purchased by  them  at  auction   iu  September,   1898.     At  that time .Tohn Keen, assessor and  collector of taxes, sold a number of  lots by  public auction  to  recover  taxes unpaid by the parties holding  thoni  from   the government.   The  stipulation to purchasers was  that  if the original owners offered within two years to pay the arrears  of  taxes and costs incurred the property should revert to them and the  purchasers would be refunded their  money   with   interest.      The two  years specified lias elapsed and  the  citizens who invested  their money  are   moving  to  secure  the  crown  grants promised.    There seems to  be a   hitch  in   the  arrangements,  however, and no titles have "been  issued to date.    Tt is said  that  tho  point has arisen as to the collector's  right to sell the lots for taxes inasmuch as the properties were not  crown   granted    to    the   original  owners but were only  held  on  an  agreement to purchase.   Several of  the parcels were disposed  of at a  decided bargain, and if the matter  is smoothed out several citizens will  miiko neat turnovers.  One of the parties interested went  to Kaslo yesterday to consult Mi-.  Keen about the matter.  Must Use Hard Coal.  New York, September 25.���President Murphy of the board of  health said last night that there  would be no relaxation of the rules  agaiust using soft'eosM in, this city  on account of the strike in the  anthracite mining region. Mr. Murphy said that the law was on the  statute books, was absolute in its  terms, made no provision for  emergencies, of the present  kind and would have to bo  observed. He added, moreover, that in his opinion the  emergency was not as grave as certain people that wanted to burn  soft coal here represented it to be.  Though the supply of anthracite on  hand was ample i'or New York's  consumption for some time to come  the mere fact that those who hold  this coal had raised the price somewhat, did not, iu his mind, furnish  auy adequate reason for violating  the law against the burning of soft  coal or allowing the health of the  public to be endangered by the  smoke nuisance.   EritislrCaptureDainaged Guns.  Capetown, September 25.���A  large number of gnus, mostly damaged, have beon found along the  Crocodile river, especially near  Hectorsprnit. Practically tho whole  of the Republican railway stocks  have been captured on the Selate  line. There are eight miles of  vehicles, the majority being in good  condition.  ���   The Prince Engages Sloan.  London, .September 25.���As a  culmination of the ascendancy of  American jockeys it is announced  today that the prince of Wales has  engaged Tod Sloan at a larger retainer for J901. Many horse owners  who have hitherto hesitated to  desert the home talent will doubtless follow the royal lead.  Michael Defeats Fierce.  Hartford, Connecticut, September 25.���-The twenty mile paced  race between Jimmy Michael and  Burns Pierce, was won by Michael  by-six laps. Michael's time for the  first five miles was 8:29f; twenty  miles 34:10 4-5. Pierce's time for  the twenty miles was 35:29.  Texas Towns Are Safe.  Houston, Texas, September 25.���  The reports from Austin, that the  towns of San Saba and Marble Palls  were swept away by the Colorado  river Hood, are without foundation.  The river at Austin is now falling  and no damage has been done there.  Another Death in Glasgow.  Glasgow, Soptember 25.���This  evening another death from bubonic  plague was reported,  NELSON MINES AND MINING  London Consolidated Shipments.  Henry Roy of Rossland, general  manager of the Londou Consolidated and Richelieu properties, was  in the city yesterday.1 The compauy is arranging to contract^ for  the shipment of 5000 tons of high  grade ore during the winler, and  local men arefigiuiug on the work.  The tenders will be called for as  i ���  soon as the wagon road up Crawford creek is sufficiently advanced  to enable teamsters to size up its  teaming capacity. The first snow-  has fallen at the mine, but this is  expected to go off in a few days.  It is understood that the Jackpot  group on Forty-nine creek has been  transferred to the British Columbia  representative of an American syndicate, .now operating in the Ainsworth camp. The group is owned  and is now being worked by Swed-  berg and Johnston. The report  from the property," which includes  five claims, is that the showing is  unusually fine. On one six-foot  lead, clearly defined, auy specimen  of, ore will pan out colors. Another  very large body of low grade ore is  also uncovered.  The NationaLGold & Silver Mining Company of this city is preparing to place a large block of stock  on the market for the purpose of  raising funds to crown grant the  Ajax group at Ymir. The claims  include the Ajaxj Lookout Fractional and Gold Drop Fractional.  Considerable work has been done  on the property, but its special  claim to merit is as yet based ou  the theory that the Tamarac - lead  passes through the group.  A crew of men is at work in the  Venus mine on development. Tho  company has outlined a comprehensive line of action which will be  followed up during tho winter. No  effort.will be made to "take out ore,  the present supply on the dumps  "and in the ore bins being ample to  keep a mill running for several  weeks. A fourth tunnel opening on,  the hill near the mill is projected.  The foundations for the cyanide  building at the Athabasca mine are  about ready for the superstructure.  Considerable difficulty was encountered for a time in securing solid  ground, but this has been overcome  by erecting heavy walls, and the  future progress of the building will  be rapid. "E. Nelson Fell, manager  of the Athabasca, was in the city  yesterday.         W. F. Borland of Montreal, vice-  president of the company which  has bonded the Juno group, arrived  in the citj' yesterday and visited  the property with M. S. Logan,  managing director, and Charles  Parker, the company's eugineer.  Mr. Borland expressed himself as  vei'ymuclrpleasedwitlrthe outlook  at the Juno, and states that his  company will lose no time in demonstrating the merits of the proposition. The party will spend today on the ground and will outline  a plan of development. It is probable that one of the 'principal  features will be a tunnel from a few  feet above the point where the  Juno joins the Venus group, to  crosscut the lead at a vertical depth  of about 300 feet.  Charles Dundee returned from  Ymir last night and confirmed the  report of the strike on the Dundee.  The fire which destroyed the concentrator on the property burned  off the timber and brush, and float  was discovered indicating a ledge  on a portion of the property which  had not been'prospected. A few  hours' search disclosed the mineral,  and further investigation proved  the find to be very important. The  ledge parallels the lead on which  work has been done, and promises  to be equally good. It has been'  traced on the surface for 1050 feet.  A tunnel has been started and is  now in 60 feet, the entire tunnel  being in free milling ore. The  width of the lead will be determined later by crosscutting.  D. D. Birks of Lardo was in the  city yesterday en route home after  a visit to Rossland. Mr. Birks is  operating the Great Britain group  on the divide between Cooper and  Meadow creeks, one of the very few  properties now working in the district. He has been successful in interesting capital in the London  group, adjoining the Great Britain,  and will start work shortly.   The  properties are , silver-lead propositions, carrying gold and copper.  The outlook" 'on both is most encouraging. .'  The Tribune was in error  iu" stating -that the tool and  timber tramway about to be  erected .by B. C. Ribbet at the St.  Eugene would be the first iu the  province.' There is a tool and timber tramway,,900 feet long, wliich  has been in use for the past ten  months at the, Yellowstone mine.  All .the fittings, e?u\ etc., were constructed at-the,Yellowstone.  AMONG BRITISH POLITICIANS  Chamberlain, on the Stump.  London, -September 2��>.���Joseph  Chamberlain,, secretary of state  for the colonies, has arranged to  deliver eleven speeches in ten days  in the parliamentary election campaign. ^All-the leaders on both  sides are under- similar heavy engagements.-"'At present there is a  slight slackening of, confidence ou  the governmentjside, and a revival  of hope on the Liberal and Radical  side that the re$ult at any rate will  not be quite ,d walkover for the  Conservatives, j., Lord Salisbury's  manifesto is 1 considered rather  weak ; and .Mr; Chainberlain's characterization ofi the opponents of  the war as traitors is considered  tactless. Moreover many Conservatives, fear that there will be an inclination to, retain iu the cabinet  the marquis oi. Lansdowne, secretary of state for war,' and other  ministers in whom the public has  lost confidence. These are among  the chief i;ea%ons that have produced a, change of feeling.  ���  Mr. Goschen is said to be fully resolved to relinquish his post at the  admiralty; bift.-he announces ,this  morning, through the Daily Mail,  that his retirement is hi no way  due to any differences with his colleagues, with whom he says he has  not ceased to be in entire accord.. .  .'- Herbert-Gladstone, speaking last  nighty at .i.ggdjj.^lj.inted that rjord'  Salisbury would'retire after the-  elections, and that sir Michael Hicks-  Beach would relinquish the chancellorship of the exchequer. Other  speeches yesterday were made by  Mr. Chamberlain at Oldham ; Mr.  Balfour at Manchester; sir William  Vernon Harcourt at Ebbervale ; and  George Wyndham, parliament  under-secretary of state for war,at  1 )over.  Air. Chamberlain's attack on the  so-called Liberal-Imperialists says  that not a single one of them had  over uttered a word to help the  government, or to show Mr. Kruger  that the country was united in its  demands. He said he supposed they  had now-come ont. to protect the  baggage, and he asserted solemnly  that there were people in ��� England  upon whom the guilt of the Avar  fell as heavily as upon Mr. Kruger.  Sir William Vemon Harcourt  -1 wi tted"M r.Chamberlai nwi thbeing"  for the first time without a programme, declaring that the colonial  secretary had gone out of the secret  promise business and taken up the  pursuit of war. ' ;  " Mr. Wyndham referred to the  fact that the government was  spending ��7,000,000 .on coast de:  fence, whicli would take two years  to complete,-He said it would be  dangerous to return the;Liberals to  power as thoy had always neglected  such work. The Northampton  Liberals havo invited Henry  Labouchoreto stand for re-election.  A Big Railway Blast.  Pueblo, Colorado, September 25.  ���A special to tho Chieftain from  Texas Creek, Colorado, where  Ormau & Crook are making the  grade for the Rio Grande branch to  Silver Cliff, says: At 4 o'clock one  of the largest shots ever used in  railroad construction was fired in  Texas Creek. There were 640 kegs  of blasting powder used, besides  a quantity of giant powder,  which, altogether, dislodged nearly";  20,000 cubic yards of rock. Tiie  blast was pronounced a thorough  success. All trains on the main  line were stopped by signal several  miles each side, of the canyon, and  all the live stock in the camp were  removed to a safe distance. Contrary to expectations, the.report  was not heavy, although the shock  was felt plainly on the surrounding  mountain sides. Quite a party  from Pueblo and other points had  arrived to view the spectacle, which  was magnificent. No injuries resulted, though a shower of small  stones.which followed the explosion  covered a radius of a half mile.  LOCAL C. P. R. IMPROVEMENTS  Tenders Asked for Freight Sheds.  Johu Hepburn is expected to  commence work at once on the  C. P. R. passenger depot. His contract with the company calls for  the completion of the building in  three months, so that the station  will be ready for Christmas day.  The stone used in the consti notion  of the first story and a half will be  gray granite, the smoke and coal  dust' from locomotives precluding  the use of white stone.  The Ci. P. R. engineering1, department will call for tenders today for  the construction of the new freight  sheds at the depot. The building  is to be of frame 200x40, neatly  finished. " Outside of three offices  for the clerical staff and the customs' sufferance warehouse, the entire building will be utilized for  handling freight. The new premises will be approximately three  times the 9ize of the present shed,  which is only 100x30, and much too  small for the volume of freight now  handled at Nelson. The new building will  be completed  before  the  passenger depot.   . i  W. P. Tierney & Co. sent a gang  of 40 men, under A. McPhail, to  Farron, on the Columbia & Western yesterday, to construct the  sidetracks at that point, which has  been established as a rogular  station.    * The big steam shovel which has  been working in the C. P. R. yard  for a couple of weeks has been  shut down, and the work train attending it transferred to Slocan  Junction. Two Avorktrains are  now with the steanr shovel there,  and the fills aro being completed  rapidly.'      No Inducement to Miners.  Nkw Yokk, September 23.���  George ��� H.' Moulton of Colorado,  United States consul to; Deinarara,  British"Guiana, has arrived in' NeAV  York; beiug on leave of absence.  In discussing affairs in British  Guiana Mr.". Moulton said: The  rush to tho" gold fields of British  Guiana and Venezuela which Avas  expected to follow the settlement'  of the Venezuelan boundary dis-  puts, failed to materialize. The  new boundary fixed by the arbitration court is quietly accepted by  the people of Venezuela and  no further dispute is -likely to  arise. Gold mining still goes  in the fields. The yield of  these gold fields is about $2,000,-  000 a year. All the gold obtained  is secured by placer mining. Mining  is - attended by great difficulties,  and there is some danger to life.  The gold fields are all at some distance in the interior. To reach  them the miners have to travel  through swamp lands and dense  brush which are infested by alli-  gatorsrenormoifs "reptileTTand wild"  beasts. Everything the miners  carry along has to be packed by  men. British Guiana is no place  for American miners. They can do  better.in Colorado or Montana."  ther complicated the gas war here  by filing a bill iu the United States  ��jurt asking for an njunetion restraining the People's Gas Company  from selling gas at 40 cents per 1000  feet.    BRITAIN IS FOR VENGEANCE  U. S. TROOPS WITHDRAWN  Reduced- to a Legation Guard.  An Evening Reception.  ' Candidate MacNeill attended a  called meeting of the local'Conservative association last night. President Irvine was in the chair. The  delegates who attended the ��� Revelstoke convention gave an account  of their stewardship, which Avas  accepted. AfterAvards informal  speeches were made as to the best  way to conduct the campaign, so as  to bring the candidate in under the  wire a good length ahead of the  stahvart entry of the Liberals, It  was decided that the chairman call  a public meeting of-the party at an  early date, and organize according  to Hoyle. The meeting will probably be held in the opera house.  Mr. MacNeill intends going to Kaslo  on tonight's boat.  May Retain Their lUnderclothes.  Victor, Colorado, September .25.  ���The employees at Stratton's Independence mine, Avho struck yesterday against an order requiring  them" to strip in the presence of  watchmen before leaving the miue,  in order to stop the alleged pilfering of valuable ore, resumed Avork  today on the modification of the  order to the extent of allowing the  men to keep on their underclothing.  Chicago's Gas War.  Chicago, September 25.���Nathan  George, a Connecticut man, owning  one bundled shares of stock in the  People's Gas Corapans', today fur-  Government Policy Not Popular.  London, .September 26.���Only  through the Associated Press advices from New York, published in  this morning's papers, does the  British public learn that the  United- States aud Great Britain  are once again ranged together  against fche continental powers.  Apparently such a grouping Avas  entirely unexpected in both Berlin  and ���London, ��� and until an  official statement is made comment will be Avithheld. The  Daily Chronicle, however, . devotes a brief editorial paragraph to  the announcement, expressing a  hope that it is erroneous, and declaring that the "only way in which  England can reap the fruits of her  exertions in China.is by standing  shoulder to shoulder with Germany  and Japan. The " only effective  counterpoise to the Russia-French  machinations, and the weak-kneed  policy of America."  Meanwhile the news from China  indicates that events are rapidly'  drifting in the direction of Ava'i betweeu China and Germany. There  is the best reason for believing, says  tho Shang-Hai correspondent to the  Morning Post, that". count Aron  Waldersee on arriving at Taku, Avill  present au ultimatum demanding  the surrender of the anti-foreign  rising. After a few * hours grace  he will formally declare Avar, and  taking advantage of Germany's  position as a belligerent, he will  proceed to seize everything available with the German forces and  fleet."  It is expected that Germany AVilh  take the Wu Sung Forts and Kiang:  arsenal,- thus dominating Shang-  Hai. It is also believed she will  attack the_Kiang fort's of the Yang  Tsu from the landside,'and' endea-,'  vor to seize the Chinese fleet, in-;  eluding the valuable' uoav cruisers.  Failing this she will at least occupy  all the province of Kiang Su, north  of' tho Yang Tso' Kiang. Tho  French Avill support Germany.  This is not rumor but reliable information and Avill probably be  confirmed at the foreign office.  Prompt action is necessary to prevent a coup which Avould constitute  a menace to British interests.  Russia has handed over the  Taku-Pekin railway to Germany.  The Shang-Hai correspondent of  the Standard, telegraphing Monday,  says : "Chinese officials report that  prince Tuan has issued a secret  edict, in the name of the empress  dowager, to the effect that the  imperial court has decided to continue the Avar against tho powers at  whatever cost"TJie"edict threatens  that any official failing to support  the Manchus will be beheaded as a  traitor, his whole family executed  and the tombs of his ancestors demolished.  London, September 26.���The  Times, in an editorial on China's  non-repentant mood, . refers to  Great Britain's reply in the same  tone as the Daily Chronicle, and  says: "The country Avould be both  astonished aiid shocked if our government did not warmly support  tho German proposal. It i.s simply  inconceivable that the British, of  all governments, should refuse to  accede to a proposal at onco so  reasonable and just."  St. Petersburg, September 25.���  The war office announces that general Sacharoff, the chief the Russian  genoral staff, captured Chu Lai  Chen, near the Sungari river, on  September 12th, putting to flight  5,000 Chinese. It is added that the  Russians sustained no casualties.  The Sungari river of Manchuria  rises near the frontier of Corea,  floAVS north and northeast and joins  the Amur or Saghalin river, 135  miles southeast of the influx of the  Oosooree.  Paris, September 25.���The Temps  this evening publishes a dispatch  from Shang-Hai, Avhich says the  missionaries in China are threatened, European troops having  been sent against the Boxors.  Prince Ching, it i.s also stated, has  protested that tho yamen alone is  qualified to carry out the Boxers'  extermination as ordered by it. Li  Hung Chang, the cable message  concludes, has arrived at Pekiu, and  is negotiating for the return there  of the emperor.  Washington, September 25.���The \  United States today took the first '  step towards the redemption of its V  pledge made to the Russian govern-"'  ment   on   August   28th   last;   hy^cl  cabling    instructions    to   general  Chaffee   to reduce the"'American -  forces in China to the" proportions,  of a legation guard. Nearly a month" r~|  ago the Russian government ���wa_   ��?  told, through M. Dewollan its charge74':  here, that if the Russian forces;autl_i.<4j  ministry . were" withdrawn   from*>%|  Pekin, "we" shall give.- instructions "  to the commander of; the American  forces iu China to withdraw-bur  forces from Pekin, after due conference Avith other commanders as,  to time and manner of withdrawal."'.  That time has- come, and^ today's  action marks the beginning of .the  disappearance      of -    the   . army -^  from   China,   for -although - some ,'  military force is to remain- it "will/  not be of the character of an army/    f ���  but under the conditions ,laid;down  in the order,to general Chaffee^ and-  especially under its official designo-"'-?^!  tion, as a. legation guard.  It will-be;-n_  rather of the nature of a civil guard. - 'J--  Washington,   September    25.��� '. p  The text of the order to general ' >  Chaffee   is   not   made- public   for  diplomatic reasons.    It is observed   - >  that the .force left under general  Chaffee    constitutes    a     legation    ^  guard, and is  maintained for tho   '',  purpose   of   protecting  ^Americaji     .  interests.     This   means   thub^Lh..   > -  United States forces aviII 't noii ''in*    I  any sense be under the command  ��� ^  of count  von   Waldersee, the Ger_f".  man field marshal, as there is not-a /,"  sufficient force left in  Pekin [for.  military operations.-   Under the, order, genoral Chaffee Avill determine    v  what   troops   now 7seVving;/undei\*/1  him shall be sent to Manila. -Thero ' ���*  are ��� now  in  China- the full Ninth -"'J  infantry,  eight companies ,of   the  Fourteenth  infantry, battery "F"   4  of tbe Fifth artillery, four-'compan-./' ��|  ies ofithe Fifteenth- infantry,_eigh*fc,-;.S  troops of . the'. Sixth', cavalry ,\.#wl. '".  four batteries of  the Third  artillery.    It ia supposed fchat  the'Jeg'a-   *-  tion guard will consist of the Ninth  infantry, four troops of the Sixth -  cavalry, and   batteiy "A"  of  the  Fifth artillery.    There are. about  4700  troops  in* China,    "lt  is'lex-     /  peefced that-1_00.will remain.  ^The   -_  marines, about 1000 in mimbeivwill " -  also be AvithdraAvn and sent.aboard    '  the ships of the Asiatic squadron?"   " ;  This small  force will not. be in-     .  eluded in  any military operations ,  which   may  be conducted  by the.  allied armies, aud so will not fall  subject   to   the direction' of. field  marshal count \ron Waldersee,' the  commander-in-chief.  Much thought  has been given to the'proper number     of    troops    to   be   allotted  for   this   purpose,   and   it   is   believed   1400 men   selected   will   be  quite    sufficient    to    protect, the,  American legation��� against���=any���=  force that could be brought against  it. It is noteworthy, too, that the  most complete arrangements have  been ordered for the'maintenance  of the men, while .care has been  taken that there shall not be a  shortage of aminhnition, as * there  AA'as in the British "legation during  the.siege. It is estimated that  about a' week will bo required lo  bring the 3500 soldiers away from  Pekin, bnt the start cannot be made  immediately^ and if will beat least  at tlio end of the first week in October before the movement can ba  completed.  London, September 25.���According to the Pekin correspondent of  the Daily News, AViring September  18tli, the Anglo-American columu,  under general Wilson, Avhicli Aveut  westward from Pekin on September  Kith to capture Pei Tai Ohu, started  too early, in consequence of a misunderstanding, and' got into difficulties before, the object of the  expedition was accomplished, and  had to ask for reinforcements.  London, September 20.���A Reuter dispatch from Shang-Hai, dated  the 25th. says : "Advices from the  best sources in the north indicate  that a famine among the. natives is  inevitable during the coming j  AVinter. There are rumors of movements of the fleets tending toward  operations near Shan Pai Kwan,  the terminus'of the railway."  Former Consul Sentenced.    .  Hamburg, September 25.���Leon  Bard, a former United States vice  consul here, was sentenced today to  15 months' imprisonment- for lfcis-  appropriating 25,000 marks, part of  an inheritance which he received  for two American women, 7  ',: ^'-^-���'���'W-"::; ���V"-:-.y V;/ryi-���-y���',^'2$yX.'&i*  It :���. K^S$SM^^^^^^^s_\ ,2  THE TRIBtt_>TE:  KELSON B. C WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER 26 1900  w  |&  I'*!'  If,"!  k  h  I  I?.  If. -'  fl"  Telephones  TO SPOKANE  AND  Reduction in Long Distance Rates. Use the  Kootenay Lake Company's Lines.  OTHER   BATES   PROPORTIONATELY   LOW.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY.  INCORPORATED 1670.  STYLISH  DBESS GOODS  We are showing a  nice  of   suitings   in   VfcNEH  CLOTHS  line  IAN  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 $7,50 to $8,50  r  S  Bay  The official organ of the tax-  evading Chinese wants to knoAV  Avhy the city council does not take  steps   to atop the sale of impure  servative party for the constituency of Yale-Cariboo is not satisfactory to all the Conservatives of  Yale district. As the appointment  was not made by the duly constituted authorities of the party in  the constituency, but by politicians  on the Coast, Avho should in no way  interfere iu such matters, Mr. Robinson will, no doubt, refuse to act.  Lieutenant. Hobson's celebrated  interview, in Avhich- be said that  Dewey didn't do it, has caused  quite a ripple in the ...United States.  Hobson is iioav. out with a correction. He says he was misquoted.  He did not mean to say thatPeAvey  was not entitled to the credit for  the sinking of the Spanish ships in  Manila bay. He now says that the  ships weie sunk by the Spaniards  because Dewey forced them to  do so,           The ex-organ of the mine owners'  associations and transient pedlers,  and present organ of the tax-evading Chinese, state.s that candidate  MacNeill has the support of all the  daily papers published in Yale-  Cariboo constituency. Yes; and it  ia just possible he has the support  of one or two dailies Avhose support  will do him more harm than  good.  The Tribune has always been a  free aud independent newspaper,  and 'will continue to be free and  independent as long as it is under  the management of its present  owners. In the coining campaign  it will "treat all candidates fairly in  both its news and editorial columns, and will take great pleasure  in showing up the shortcomings  and inconsistencies of ..both the  Grit and the Tory, parties and the  men who shape their policies. This  may not suit the politicn.ns and  party managers, but it suits the  men who "pay the pipers."  BOUNDARY   MINING   NOTES.  The Golden Ragle, which made a  trial shipment to ' the Granby  smelter some.weeks ago, has made  such a good showing that the management lias decided to send doAvn  considerable more ore. Four additional cars of fine quartz have  been sent doAvn and it is thought a  couple of hundred tons more will be  shipped before many weeks.  A meeting of the Pathfinder company is called for Monday, October  loth, for the purpose of considering  a proposition to sell all or part of  the assets of the company. It is  understood that the last AA'ork done  on the property required considerable advances, and if the deal for a  sale, which is reported to be on foot  does not go through, some arrangements aviII be made at the. meeting  to secure the creditors of the company and proceed Avith operations.  High  milk. Tho milk dealers would  ��� probably prefer that the city had  not taken the prompt action that  "lias been taken. There has been uo  impure milk sold in Nelson for  nearly a week, and none will be  sold here during the remainder of  the year 1900.  No political party that preaches  economy or retrenchment in the  expenditure of public monies voices  the true sentiments of the electorate. The people waut money expended, and the most 'popular  representative is the one that procures the largest and greatest  number of appropriations. Spend  money, but spend it judiciously,  should be the rallying cry of a  political party that wants to get in  office.        ^_     - .������ .  Candidate MacNeill has commenced the hard work of the campaign by visiting Nelson, where the  Conservative   party   is    not   only  strong in numbers, but determined  to be free from the domination  of  the men who imagine that the people of the greatest constituency in  Canada eonnot get along without  drawing' on  the granaries of gray  matter stowed  aAvay in  the heads  of Coast politicians.  The appointment of J. T. Robinson of Kamloops as a member of  phe executive conncil of the Con-  Cameras  AND AMATEUR  PHOTOGRAPHERS'  SUPPLIES OF  ALL KINDS.  GAMDA1BU&  rBOOK CO.  NKLSON. H. 0.  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON. B. C.  Coffee ro&Btei- and dealer*! lu Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of bent quality au  follows I  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound f  40  Java and Mocha l.lend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine Santos, _ pounda  1 00  Santos Blend; 6 pounds...  1 00  Our Speoial Blend. C pounds ���  1 00  Our Bio Roast, "6 pounds _..__..._...__, 1 00  A taial order solicited.' Salesroom 2 doora east  of Oddfellows block. Wosti llaker street.  NOTARY PUBLIC  Ofllce with C. W. West Sc Co., corner Hall and  Baker streeta.  City ofllce of the Nelson Soda water Factory.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box SS_. TELEPHONE NO, AS  ARCHITECTS.  EWART  &  CARRIE���Architects.    Rooms 7  and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker stroet, Nelson.  Tees ancl Costly Appeals.  Stratfoid Beacon.  Before the introduction of the  Judicature Act lawyers' bills were  much smaller and litigants had a  show for their money. But now  the chances are that if a man sues  in the higher courts and Avins he  Avill lose the amount-of the debt  and probably something more besides. He cannot form the slightest  idea as to where a suit once entered  ���will end, or what the costs will be.  There are too many appeal courts  and too many fees. A law Avhich  would wipe out half the appeals  and fix a maximum sum for costs  in a suit involving a stated sum of  money,, would be in the interests of  both, lawyers.-and litigants, for the  present high fees are .a deterrent  to litigation, many people preferring to staud a loss rather than  enter into a lawsuit rendered unduly  vexations by numerous appeals and  involving heavy expense.  Toronto Tactory Destroyed.  Toronto, September 24.���The  curled hair and hair cloth factory  of P. & P.-Griffin was totally destroyed by fire early yesterday  morning. 'The loss on building and  contents is estimated "at $20,000,  with insurance of $12,000.  Will Sell Land For Taxes.    .  Victoria, September 24.���Mayor  Hayward has given notice of the  introduction of a bylaw to authorize  Having Purchased  the Business  Of Fred J. Squire, merchant  tailor, Nelson, I intend to  continue lhe business so as  to keep the patronage of al;  Mr. Squire's old patrons and  g*et a ��� share of the general,  trade. I am now prepared  to show the latest styles in  all lines of "spring" goods. A  special line on hand at $25  per suit. All other lines at  low rates. None but Union  labor employed.  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Raker Streett,  FRED J. SQUIRE. Manager.   ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  OPPOSITE   THE   QUEEN'S   HOTEL.  Mr  ffl  ffl  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  w,  ;*_;<;��. A'yA^'a^'S'A'a'a'S'a'a'a'a'a'a'ji'a'^^'A^'^'S'AJ'i*.,  FRED  IRVINE <Sc  OO.  NEW. FALL GOODS ARRIVING DAILY  LADIES' GOLF GAPES 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 PALL AND WINTER JACKETS AND FELT HATS  FRED  IRVINE &  CO.  -^^���__^'y'^'_^^_^^ji'^?'-*'a'-'^^'*'3>^���^'^'^''^l'^^^"^���^^^"'��'^^^"^'^        0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 , 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 , 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . 0 . J'S,  W\  to  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  ffl  ffl  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  ffl  iti  the sale of lands within the city of  Victoria upon which taxes have  been due and in arrears for two  years.  The Governor is Safe.  St. Louis, September 25.���A special to the Post-Dispatch, from  Fort Worth, Texas, says: "Governor-elect Duke, reported to have  perished in the Galveston flood, is  said to have returned to the Indian  Territory."  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B. C.  DERATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpHORPE Sc CO., LUI lTI.D.-Coriior Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streets, Nelson, nianufacliu _.3  of und wholesale dealer- in serateri waters and  fruit syrups. Hole agents for Halcyon Springs,  mineral water.   Telephone CO.  ASSAYERS*   SUPPLIES.  and  WK. TI0ETZKI.& CO.-Corner Baker ......  ��� Josephine-treel s, Nelson, wholesale dealers In assayers supplier. Ageutti for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AND HEATED HY STEAM  25 CENTS TO HI  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  fiAEER STREET. NKl__ON, .  Lighted b]  Electricity and .Heat-  with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrst-olass  dining-room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Large stock: of high-class imported  specialty of the square shoulder-  fashion in coats.  goods,  the  A  latest  Mrs. .Oilfield has Mia finest and cheapest Eng:  lisli and American hats ever ollered in the west..  Nice ready-to-wear hats for 1)0 cents.  HALL BLOCK  NELSON.  Animatograph  and Musical  ent  A grand  House on  concert will be- held at tho Opera  Wednesday, September auh, Ifwn, in  aid nf the General Hospital.  Paul's Famous  Animatograpf]  XVll.U BE SHOWN FOR THE FIRST TIME  IN CANADA.  ANIMATED  PHOTOGRAPHS  NAArAL,  MILITARY.   COMIC,   SPORTING  AND   DRAMATIC.  A Large Selection of Transvaal  War Pictures, Including Scenes of  General Cronje on tho march to Capetown  under escort of City I inperlal Volunteers.  Arrival in London of Naval Brigade from..  Ladysmilh, captain Lambton leading.  Scenes on the Modder River.  Triumphal entry inloBloonifoiitein, etc., etc..  IY|rs. E. C. ClarKe, Prop.  __TK OB" THE HOY Al. HOTKI., OATQAHY  everyHday  AT  THB  ClubHotel  BIG   SCHOONER  Beer or Half-and-half only  FRESH  COOL  The only good Beer In Nelson  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Corner Stanley and Silica Streets.  IV|adden House  Baker and Ward  Streeta, Nelsou.  The only hotel In Nelson thab haa remained  under one management since 1890.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by elootrlolty.        ..-���-.���-_.  The bar Is always stocked by the beat dom 8-  tlo aud imported liquors: and olgars. -.  THOMA8 MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. II. McMANUS, Manager  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars.' Beer on draught. Large comfortable rooms.   First-olasa table board.  ,. ENGINEERS.  CHARLES PARKKft-MinJiig and mllllug engineer,  Turner-Boeckb Block. Bakrr strwfc  titlwn,  Wednesday, Sept. 26th*  Estate of Henry A. Cervan  In-the matter of the estate.of Henry A.Gervan,  late of the City of-Nelson in; the province of  ���British Columbia,decen'sed.-  ������. :��� ���  Notice is herebygiveiupursuanl to .the "Trustees and Executors Act" ot'the'revised statutes,  of the Proviceof British Columbia,-1897, Cap  187, that all creditors and others, having claims'  'against the estate of the said'Henry A. Gervan,  "who died on or about the 29th. day of March,  1900, to send by post prepaid, o'rdeliver lo Messrs.  ���Galliher & .Wilson, of the said City ot-Nelson,  solicitors,for Thomas .1. McCammon, the administrator of the personal estate and effects of the-  said deceased,' or to the-sald' Thomas J. McCammon of tho City of Nelson aforesaid, their christian and surnames.addresses and description.,  the full particulars of thoir claims, the statement  of their accounts and the'' nature of the securities, if any, held by them, on or before the 20th.  day of Octobor, 1900. - .  And further take notice that after such last  mentioned date tbe.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 tho said administrator will not be  ' liable for the said assets :or any part thereof to  any person or persons of whose claims notice  shall nothave been received by him at the time  of such distribution, ������. .   _ .-  GALLIHER & WILSON,  Solicitors for Thomas J; McCammon, adminia-  tator lor Henry A. Gervan, deceased.  Dated this 30th day cf Septesiber, 1900.  KOOTENAV   ClQAR  CO.���Cornor Baker  CIGARS.  MAN UFAOTURiNG  and Hall streets. Nel  son, manufacturers of "Royal Seal" and "Kooie  nay Bello" brands, of cigars.  COMMISSION   MERCHANTS.  HJ. KVANS & CO.-Baker street, Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers <in liquors, cigars,  cement, lire.brick und tire clay, water pipe.and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLV & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY���Wholesale dealers iii telephones; annunciators, bells, batteries,  tixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson,  FLOUR AND FEED.  BKAOKMAN - KICK MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars'shipped to all ICootenay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R. R. Mills at. Victoria, New west-  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  ITUYLOR FEED' &"'PRODUCE CO.���Baker  A . street, ��� Nelson (George F. -Motion's old  stand), Flour, Feod, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a, specialty. Correspondence solicited,  ���Phone 20,  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS Sc   CO.-Baker   street.   Nelson,  wholesale dealers in fresh and oured meats.  Cold storage.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD Sc CO.-Corner Front and  ���*-�������� Ilall streets, wholesale grocers and  ���obhers in blankets, gloves,milts, boot��, rubbers,  maoklnaws and miners' sundries.   KOOTENAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street,  Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.   TOIIN CHOLDITCH & CO.-Front street. Nel-  ���*    son, wholosale. grocers.-  ,-Ci  It. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  i- . R. track, foot, of Stanley street.-Nelson,  wholesalo dealers in provisions, produce ana  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour Sc Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard and othor products.   T Y. GRIFFIN ft. CO.-Front stroet, Nelson,  "'��� wholesale dealers In provisions, cured  moats, butter and ogee.   -   P.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.-Corrier Bakernnd Josephine  ���   streets, Nelsou, wholesale dealors in hard  ware and mining supplies.  Powder Co.  Agents for Giant  LAWRENCE  Baker St.,  SASH  ���NrELSON.SAW  HARDWARE J COMPANY���  ,  Nelson,  wholesale   dealers in  hardware and mining supplios, and water and  plumbers' supplies.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, UKETON Sc CO.���Corner Vernon  and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale  _dealers in liquors, cigars and drjigoods._Agenl_  for Pabst Brewing Co.' of Milwaukee and Cal-  gary Brewing Co. of Calgary.        .  POWDER, CAPS AND' FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY--Baker  street, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholosalo dealers iu caps and fuse, and olectrio  blasting apparatus.  ^~  AND DOORS.    __.     AND  PLANING   MILLS.  LIMITED-Cornor. Front and Hall streots,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesalo dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  lo order.  ... ���   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMITED���Corner Front and HaU streets. Nelson, wholesale dealors lu wines (case and bulk,  and domestic and Imported cigars. -  fieison Furniture  Company's Sale  ���;  TENDERS. ar.e called fpron the stock of.Iho  above Company.  Sealed 'tenders -addressed R.:: W.. Day, liquidator, Nel.on, and. marked' "Tenders for  Furniture Stock'." ' .   ".'  ���"'  Tenders will be opened nt 12 noon, Thursday,  September 27th.  Highest or any fender not necessarily accepted,'       ...  Terms: 25 per cent cash, balance 1. 2, _ and I  months on approved security at. 8 per cent.  List of stock to be seen at H. XV. Day's ofllce,  ovei Bank of Halifax.  ���   '   ���       ���   ���'    -    R..XV. DAY, Liquidator,   .  Nelson, B.C.-  NOTICE.  To .Architects,.Union Mkn .ano.tiik .P.bmc  GENEi.ArXv:    '  The tlrm of Lister fc Kerr, contractors, which  was placed on the unfair list by- iho grievance  committee of tbe Trades and Labor Council of  this city, is no longer doing business, but is dissolved. The new firm of Robert Kerr & Co. is in  no way connected with the former company. An  agreement has been entered into between the  arbitration committee of the trades council and  the firm of Robert. Kerr fie Co. 'nlinilar to that  whicli exists between the Carpenters' Union and  all contracting firms of Nelson. . The new firm  being a fair one we hnve much pleasure in com-  nioudlngtlt to the kind consideration of all union  men and sympathizers of organized labor. This  notice docs not apply to Air. Lister, who is still  on the unfair list. . " ��� ��� ���  Signed for'the executive committee,  C. J, CLAYTON, Pie.ideut:  J. H. MATHESON, Secretary.  JJeieon Trades and Labor Council.  fieison Saw &  Planing N|ills, 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  OfHce Corner lfa.ll arid Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing G. P. R. Track  Mills Hall Street Wharf  O. W. West & Go.  COAL!      WOOD I  Hard Coal  Anthracite  $9,651  Crow's Nost  Coal n  DELIVERED  $6.15  _AGENTS   IMPl-ltlAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can be accepted unless accompanied  by .cash.    Otllce:   Cornor of Hall TCI CDUf-UC   Q4  and linker Streets. lELErnUilC   OO.  COmliO'sTxPRESS  AND TRANSFER  c .  Haggage and express moved to any part of tho  city.   Special attention given to heavy teaming.  . Oillce corner Victoria and Ward stroots.   Telephone 192.       '    W. A. COSTELLO, Manager.  Lethbridge Gait Coal  The bost valuo for tho money lu the market  for all purposes.  -tkiimb-cabii W.-P.-TiKiiNBYrGoiioral-Agen.-  Teloph'oiie Wl.    Ollice with C. U.J.'ChriaUe.  _A-_   _E2STST_E._^_D-  ESTATE   OP   JAMES   KELLY.  lu the matter of the estate of James Kelly, late  tO!  _   ���     lish   Columbia,  liverv  iteeper, deceased.  of the Cily of Nelson, iu the county of K'ool  province of   Hrilish .Columbia,  livery   .slab!  nay,  le  Notice is hereby given pursuant to the "Trustees and Kxenntors Act" of the Revised Statutes  of thn Province of Hrilish Columbia, 189". Chapter 187, (hat till creditors and others . having  claims against the estate of the said James ICelly,  who died on or about the ISlh day of October,  IS!)!), are required, on or before the 1st day of fc  vember, I90U. to send by past prepaid or dolivei  to Messrs. Taylor & Hannington, of the Cily ol  Nelson, aforesaid, solicitors of Richard \V. Day,  of the City of Nelson aforesaid, the administrator of llio real and personal etIVcts of Lhe said deceased, or to said Iticliard \V. Day, their Christian and .surnames, addresses nnd descriptions,  the full particulars of their claims, the stale  incnlof their accounts and the nature of the securities, if any, held by them.  ' And further take notice thai after such last  mentioned dale the .said administrator will proceed to distribute the nssel_ of the deceased  amen), the parties entitled (hereto, having regard only to the claims whicli he sliall their havo  notice, and the said administrator will not be  liable for lhe said assets or any pari Iherooflo  any person or persons of whose claims notice  shall not. have been received by him at llie lime  of such distribution. ''   .  TAYLOU & HANNINGTON,  Solicitors for Hichard   ..'.Day, adminisl.alor  for James Kelly, deceased.  Dated the 1Kb day of August, l'KM).   - -���   -  NOTIC1.. -   -          V  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhaiige  Full lino of wall paper, mouldings, etc,   Kai  ,;er8.  .   .._,-.--.._.--,     .also-  mining and Tinting.  Strictly, llrst-class work,  .estimates furnished.  Kesidenco Mill Street,   MPT QAM    R   P  OppositeSchoolHouHo  IiJ_J_OUW, D, Kj.  MONEY TO LOAN  ON  AT 7 PER CENT  BUSINESS PROPERTY  Aonlv O. T-. Tj'RNNOX. Solicitor. Nelson H. O  &  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NKLSON LODGE, NO. 23." A. if. ScA. M.  Meets second Wednesday in eaoh month.  Sojourning; brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OV PYTHIAS��� Nelson Lodge, No,  25, Knight, of Pythias, meets iu I. O. O. V.  Hall, oorner Baker aud Kootenay. streets, every  Tuesday evening at 8 o'clock, vtsilintr Knights  oordiftlly Invited to attend. F. J. iiradloy. C. C.j  J. A. .Paquelte. K. cf R. & S.  NELSON L. O. lit, No. 1892. meeta Iu I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker aud Kootenay streots,  1st and 3rd Friday of oach- month. Visiting  brethern oordlally invited. R. Robinson, W. Mi  W. Crawford, Recording-Secretary..  NELSON _*.RIE, Numbor 22, Fraternal'Order  of'Eagles, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday ineaoh month in Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren weloorao. W. Gosnell, Presl  dent.   Charles Prosser, Secretary.  St. JOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NELSON. B.C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Peace. It is situated at  the corner of Mill and Josephine streets in one of  tbe bost residential portions of Nelson, and is  easily accessible from all parts of the city.  The course of study inoludes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English -luca-  tlon: Business courso���bookkeeping, stenography and typewriting. Science course���muslo;  vocal and instrumental, drawing, etc. Plain art  and needlework, eto.  Next term commences September 3rd.  '' For tonus and partieulara apply in the Slater  Superiw.a  The matter of the co-partiifirship nf ICelly &  Steeper of Nelson; B.C., liverymen. "  ; All persons having claims againsl the��� co-par!.-���  nerslup of Kelly & Steeper above named or lhe  said livery stable business as carried on under  tho name of Kelly & Sleeper are requested Io  hand forth with to Richard W. Day, tlieir names  and full particulars of their said claims;  TAYLOR & HANN1NOTON.  Solicitors for Richard XV. Day, Administrator.  TRADES   UNIONS.  NELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 96, W. V. o  M.���Moets in miners' union rooms, northeast corner Victoria and Kootonay streets, overy  Saturday ovening at 8 o'clock. Visiting mem.  bers welcome.. M. R. Mowatt, Piesldont. Janie  Wilkes. Secretary. Union Scai.k ok- Wacika  kou Nklso.v DiflTiticr���Per shift, machine  men, $'.l.M: hiiiumorsiiien miners, $3.25; muckers,  carmen, shovclurs and other underground laborers, $3.00.  HADKS AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The rei.u-  lar meetings of the Nolson Trades aud Labor  Council will beheld iu the minors' union hull,  corner of Victoria and Kootonay-treots, on lhe  llrst and third Thursday of each inonth, ab  7.30 p. in. G. J. Thorpe, President. J. H. Matheson, Secretary.  ulur meetings of tho Carpenters' Union  are held on 'Wednesday evening of- each  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union hall corner Victoria and Kootenay streets. R. Robinson,* President.  James Colling, Secretary. '������  BARBERS' UNION.-Nelsoii Union. No. Iflti. of.  - the International Journeymen Barber's Union of America, meets overy first and third Mon-;  day of each month in Miner's Union Hall, corner:,  of Victoria and.Kootenay streets; at 8:30 v.m:  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially invited lo  attend. J. IL-Matheson, President. W. S. Bel-  vllle, Secretary.  RICKLAYERS AND MASONS' UNION.  Tho Bricklayers and Masons'. International  Union No: 3 of Nelson meets second and fourth  Tuesdays In each montli at Miners Union haU.  J. W. Etcher, president; Joseph Clark, recording  and corresponding secretary. "���   ���    -'  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro  teotive Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L.> meets In  rpHEregi  -A   are B  Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's block,  ker and Kootenay streets, every Monday evening  at 7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of the Ameri  can Federation cordially invited to attend. A: XV.  McFee. President. Peroy Shackelton. Secretary.  NELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular  meeting of tho Painters' Union. Is held  the first and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. T. O. Skatbo, Presl.  dent; Will J. Hatch. Secretary.   PLASTERERS' UNION-The O. P. I. A. No.  172. meets every Monday"ever_Uig In the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley streets, at  8o'olook. J. D. Merer, president; Donaid JUo  I*aa, i8cr8t_n.j  i^RSi;-;.;'''.' 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Urant Commercial and Travelora' Credits,  available iu any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  COKRKNT RATK OK INTKRKBT PAW.   FRENCH ARMY MANOEUVRES  From An American Standpoint.  Paris, September 25.���Major J.  B.MottviiHii, who represented the  United States at the recent French  manoeuvres, i.s preparing his report  to tho war department. He said  to the Associated Press today : "The  nianoeuvros proved an extremely  interesting nnd instructive study.  From several points of view the extensive use of auto-ears was a most  striking innovation, and the results  attained have fully justified the  claim for their practical utility in  Kuropean warfare. They did excellent work, enabling the generals  aud their passengers to cover great  distances in a few hours. Auto-  traction cars moreover facilitated  the task of the commissary department immensely; hauling cars  heavily laden with provisions. They  have undoubtedly eotue "to" stay.  The correspondent adds: "While  fully appreciating the service they  render to the armies of Europe,  where the highways are well built,  and the distances comparatively  short, I do not believe they would  be of sufficient value on the rough  American roads, and over-enormous  tracts of country as in the United,  States, to justify the heavy expense  of their introduction and maintenance in the American army. Our  needs differ considerably from those  of the European countries. The  . atter must always prepare for possible war on their own soil, and  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  their conditions favor the use of  auto-cars, while the possibilities of  hostilities within the United States  are remote, aud their value i.s highly  problematical.  "Another feature of the man-  oeuvers which much impressed 1110  "worthe new arti 1 lery. Tlie��� latest  French cannon is undoubtedly the  most efficient weapon, and involves  a new method of working which is  a vast improvement on the old  style. The French artillerymen  know their business too, and their  prompt and effective manoeuvring,  combined with rapid serving of tho  guns, is simply admirable.  "As to the cavalry, tlieir methods  are quite different from ours.  American cavalry acts chiefly as the  eyes and ears of the main body aud  as mounted infantry. Wo consider  tnat tho days when masses of  cavalry were thrown against infantry are past. But here cavalry  charges are still considered feasible.  Another great war will alone decide whether the latter idea is  justified. One thing tho cavalry  operations brought out was the  clever horsemanship of the French  officers. They have been described  as poor riders, but all doubts on  that score were thoroughly dispelled  by the line display they made  around Charles. I came away with  a golden opinion of the infantry.  They are not merely splendid  marchers, who keep in good spirits  under trying circumstances, but  they are as independent soldiers in  supplying their own wants as any  have ever met."  Tupper's Home Coming.   _,  Toronto News.  Toronto has forgiven sir Charles  Tupper and has once more received  him into her bosom. This was  proved conclusively by the demonstration in Massey hall last evening.  Those who attended were carried  back to a certain evening in 1396,  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICIO. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized $2,500,000  Capital Paid up $2,458,603  Rest  $1,700,000  I). R. Wilkie, Goneral Manager.  K. Hay, luHpecter.  NelHon Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  during the stormy times which preceded the appeal to the country on  the Manitoba remedial bill. Never  will the doings of thai; evening be  forgotten. A dogged, persistent  old man faced a vast audience boiling over with resentment .and  "liostiltTfeelihg. For over an hour  he fought them, lashed them with  his tongue aud endeavored with a  perseverance that was splendid to  justify a cause that was already  lost. His words were drowned in a  tempest of those noises .which  ferocious animals are accustomed to  make and to which humanity descends when influenced mightily by  some great impulse moving to redress or prevent a threatened  wrong. The old man had his say,  though nobody but the reporters  heard him, and then with a parting  shot sat down while cries of derision  aud triumph ascended. But last  evening the scene changed. Tupper, the unpopular, had become  popular again, furnishing a valuable  illustration of how the public wrath  aroused by bad measures i.s not extended indefinitely to the men that  propose them. An audience exceeding the first in point of numbers  rose as one man to greet "Canada's  Grand Old Man," and the men who  four years ago hissed till they were  tired now cheered until their  throats grew hoarse. It was the  home coming of... Tupper, aud  Toronto made it a splendid affair,  for transcending the occasion when  the aged statesman was, figuratively  speaking, sent off in a far country.  Let Him Be Judged by His Merits.  Toronto Telegram.  There are,rights which the son of  the eminent should be conceded  just as well as the son of the obscure. One of these rights is to be  judged according to his achievements. Hon. Hugh John Macdonald is assailed as if he forfeited  all right to human consideration in  beting the son of a distinguished  premier of the Dominion. His  parentage is urged as a reason why  he should not be successful in public  life. The attacks upon Hugh John  Macdonald���personalities, calumny  and abuse���are a. disgrace to the  Liberal press of Canada. If he may  not profit from th'e -reflected glory  of his illustrious sire there is no  reason why it should obstruct his  path to political success. Hugh  John Macdonald is not what he is  today simply becauso he is hi.s  father's son. The one fact of his  being theson of sir John Macdonald  would not have developed for him  the strength which he has undoubtedly acquired. Greater men  -than-sir_John���Macdonald���lef ^offspring who lived and died in obscurity. It has, in fact, become  proverbial that the scion of the  great rarely go beyond the mediocre.  ^-M_%rr  NOTICE.  "H11.1.S oi.- Sai.k Act."  ITis Honor llie Lieutenant-Governor, under tlio  provisions 0/ section it ol' the "Bills of Sale Ael.'  na enacted hy seel ion _ of llie "Bills of Sale Act  Amendment Act. 1809." has hceu pleased to alter  the place for the rogistrnl Ion of Hills of Sale "for  llie remainder of the Comity of l-ootenay,"a.. follows, namely:  For Dial purl of I lie County uf Kootenay being  the territory covered by Lhe North Hiding of  Kast Kootenay Electoral L)isl riet:  The ofllce of the liugislrur of tlio County Conrl  at Golden.  Kor that pari of the County of Ivoolenuy being  tho territory covered hy Ihe IJevelstoke Hiding  of the West Kootenay Electoral Dislrlel:  The ofllce of the HeRlstmr of the County Court  at Revelstoke.  Such alteration lo taku oiled ou the L.tduy of  October, I!XXj. -   .!.���!). I'ltRNTIOK.  Provincial Secret.u.v.  Provincial Secretary'- Otllce,  /ith .September, 1SKM).  DISSOLUTION   OF   PARTNERSHIP  Notice Is hereby given that the partnership  heretofore existing between Ed waid 0. Cordiiig-  ly and A. XV. Purdy, carrying on business as  Furniture -Dealers, in the City of Nelson, under  the name, style and firm of the Nelson Furniture  Company, has this day,been dissolved by' mutual  consent. Richard. W.Day of Nelson, li. C., accountant, has been appointed receive.* tp 'Wind  up the affairs of Lhe firm, to whom all accounts  due the firm must be paid, und all claims agaiiiRl  the firm should be sent.  Witness: I_. C. CORDINOLV  VV. A. QALDiHER A. W. PURDY.  Dated this first day of August, A. D. IflOfl, at  the Oity of Nelson. "  NOTICE. ~~  A special meeting of Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will bo held on Tuesday evening, ���Jflth  instant, at -Minors' Union hall at 7:.'<0 o'clock,  sharp for the purposo of electing throe delegates  to attend a convention of all labor aud reform organizations In Yale-Cariboo constir.uency, to be  held at Nelson, B. C, on October 3ird. 1900, for  the purpose of adopting some dofln te uniform  plan of action in the approaching Dominion elections. Delegates from all affiliated unions are  hereby urgently requested to attend.  . C.J. CLAYTON. President,  J. H. MATHESON, Secretary,  NeUon Trades and Labor Council,  Hugh John Macdonald is an exception to the rule. The name whicli  he bears is not responsible for all  his achievements. Rnergy and  ability have entered largely into his  success, and it is cold recognition of  these qualities whicli taunts him  with being the son of his father.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock of Urab-olftss dry material on  hand, also a full Hue of sash, doors, mouldings,  tiumed-workreto. ;  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard 1  Foot of Hendryx Btreet, Nelson  Telephone. 91    ��Jol|t1   R&6,   Ag6flt  SMOKE  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. Co.  NKLBON. BKITISII COLVUHLi  !j__ij_m_u____i_ru_i___iiiiiir___iu____i__nn_  i JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load of  Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  :rri��rrmrTim��rrt��iinixitt��w��i_r_r_iriii-riii  R. JRE1STERER & CO.  UKKWKRS AND BOTTUCR8 OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  99^&>as%^.  ���*���*�������� ��* ��ww��  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  looal and coast.  Flooring  local and coaeu.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Hough and   Dressed-Lumber������  of all kinds.  ir WHAT YOU WANT IB NOT IN STOCK  WK WILL IIAKK IT KOH VOU  CALL AND OUT PRICKS,  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE BTRKBTB, NKLSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  COKNRJ. OF  HKNDRVX AND VKHNON STKKKTH  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lurrjber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  hTdTIashoroft  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  W-Bon repairing prwnpUy attended to by ���  ttrat-oTftsa ..heelwrlffhL  Special -IteuUon given to all kind, of repair-  utd ouiftoo- work (ran outaU* iwlato.  Mail Bfe., batWMB tUAns ana Vwbob.  Provincial Board of Health  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Begulations for the Detection and  Treatment of a Disease. Known  as Bubonic Plague. '" ;' -  Approved by Order of Hia Honor the Lleutenant-  Ooverjior-In-Coiincil, ilaled the (itli day uC  .September, 1900.  ' 1. All sick Chinese or Japanese must kcih! or  f?lvo notice of their illness 10 the Health Otllucr  or Police Constable in the district where audi  Chinese or Japanese reside.  2. Physician 1 in attendance on sick. Chlnese_or_=  -Japanesesliallnollfy thcitealth Oftlceror Chairman of the Local Board of Health of Municipal!-  tic<: or, If In an outlyiiiR district, the Government, AgenL must be noUrled. Such notification  should state tbe cause of illness and the condition of the glands throughout the body of th��  sick person, and should be delivered to the  Health Olllcer, Chairman of tho Local Hoard of  Health, or Government Agent, as the case may  be, at, the earliest possible opportunity.  X lu Citv Municipalities the Medical Health  Olllcer shall be notitled within six hours of- the  death of any Chinese or Japanese, by the iiersou  on whose premises such ileal li occurred, or hy  some relation or person having charge of tlit.  person so dying.  1. In Rural Municipalities the Medical Health  Olllcer, or Chairman or .Secretary of the Local  Hoard of Health must be notitled within M<r  hours cf such deaths, and in outlying districts  Ihe Government Agent or Provincial Constable  shall be notitled within twelve hours after such  death, or as soon after us possible. Certificates  as lo the caii.te of ��leutli must, be signed by the  Health Olllcer in Municipalities, and in outlying  districts by the Government Agent, or some person duly authorized by him.  !i. Any person violating auy provision of the..e  regulations, shall be liilTle. upon Huinuitiry conviction before any two Justices of the Peace, fur  every biich olleiise, to a tine not exceeding one  hundred dollar., with or without costs, or to Imprisonment, with or without hard labor, fora  term not oxceeding six iiionthn, or to both Una  and imprisonment, in tho discretion of the convicting court.  CHAI.LES J. FAG AN. M. R.  .Secretary, Provincial Board of Health.  By Command,  J. 1). PRENTICE.  . Provincial Secretary.  Victoria, H. C. September 8th, 1300.  The Athabasca Gold Mine  Limited  One Shilling Per Sliare Dividend.  NKIJ.O.V. H. C, September.., I!��0.���The diroo  tors of this company have declared a dividend of  one shilling per sliare, or Ave por cent011 the  capital stock of the company, payable on the llrst  of October proximo. Under the scheme of reconstruction lately carried out, the second call  of one shilling per share (originally fixed for. tho  18th of Soptember and subsequently postponed*  is due on October 18th proximo. In the case of  the Canadian shareholders, and in. order to save  them unnecessary trouble, the following plan  will be adopted: On all shares on which only the  first call has been paid the receipt for the second  call will bo sent to the owners of the share* a .  registered in the company's books as soon after  tbe drat of October as possible, on all shares ou  which two" (Or three) calls nave been paid the  dividend will be paid bv bank cheek to the regis*"*  tered ownere of such shares.  ��. NELSON VELL Manager,  'WiV&W*;i"iS^'S��fr-gfef-S THE TRIBUNE: KELSON. B. C, WEDNESDAY SEPTEMBER~2�� 1900  j...  .'<'�����  I*;  M+i  I  I  r  %  IS*  li  1  fe  Queen Victoria Chocolates  ,^________________^__________m___________l______________^__m___m��m_______tm__wm_mm^  the best oust thie _m:^.jb_k:_e]t  sold o_sr_c_-y _3_T  _~>xyn: tx:f> i_sr 25 .A.:_\r.D  go ojansra? boxes  W. F. Teetzel Sc 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 style0  and   pattern.   Our   stock   is   complete   in   all   lines.  \  o  The  Nelson  Clothing House  217 AND 219 BAKER STRKKT, NELSON.  Uf  to  to  to  to  to  xti  ffl  iti  to  to  to  ffl  to  to  to  _-<_^m_\iS__iS_i&&SLm\iS^S^9L9L       4^s��^sva^s^va_^_sva--^>-i  f/.*��,��^35^��-^.^.^.^.^'HJ.^^ -^m-,00-0-0-019-0-0-0.0.0'^^  1890-Establishea in Nelson���1890  OUR  WINDOW  FOR  Gut Glass and  Manicure Sets  ffl  to  ffl  ffl  to  to  ffl  THE JEWELER  1.V BUYING  OIRROT FROM THE  MANUFAUTUKKK  I AM  NOW ABLE TO  SI.M, 10 PER CENT  CHEAPER  THAN  LAST  YEAR  CALL AND INSPECT OUR GOODS  NELSON  Jacob Dover  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  to  ffl  to JACOB  DOVER'S,  "THE JEWELER  Wl  -__7_^0.0.0.0.0.0  Our Watch and Jewelry department have  no epual in the Kootenays  Mail orders receive our prompt attention  C. P. R. Watch Inspector  ����  W(  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  to  to  to  ffl  to  ffl  ffl  to  ffl  ffl  to  Sold in Bulk  IT IS A FACT  Try This Teh  That our special brand of INDIAN CEYLON TEA is a success. That, our sale? in this line  hare doubled. That our customer-will have none other. That it has no equal, and 8tandn alone,  for purity, strength and flavor.  - "We have just received a large shipment of this tea direct from the gardens in India, and can  recommend the same to the public as belnf. unexcelled.  Fifty   Cents   Per   Pound.  THE WESTERN MERCANTILE COMPANY. Ltd.  Bakep Street. GROCERS. Nelson, B. C  -�����  ffl  ffl  ffl  -.mm  m  V&  ?�����?���  7*^^m  m  _We-haye_sold_75_per^cent-Qf-all-the-  ffl  ffl  ffl  Portland Cement  Fire Brick Fire Clay  and Sewer Pipe  USED IN KOOTENAY  Ale and Porter  This is  Just received carload Dominion  (PINTS AND QUARTS)  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts),  the finest Ale brewed in Canada.  Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs)  Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best.  %  %  H. J.  EVANS & CO.  vm  m  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  m  w  m  HUME ADDITION  LOTS  GAMBLE & O'REILLY, Agents  m  ffl  ffl  ffl.  .m  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Born, on Tuesday, to tiie wife of  Henry Wallaeh, Gore street, a son.  Born���On Tuesday, the wife of  Edward Frost, Mill street, of a son.  Born���On Tuesday, the wife of  Thomas Roydon, Hume addition...of  a son.  The association football club may  visit Silverton on October (5th.  They were invited to go and named  Saturday next for the -jaunt, but  Silverton did not respond until it  was too late to complete arrangements for the trip. . : -,.  VV. S. Stout, vice-president and  general manager of the Dominion  Express company, was in the city  yesterday with G. Ford of Winnipeg, superintendent of the company's business on lines west of  Winnipeg. They are traveling  through the province inspecting  agencies.  The Nelson mattress works has  received its plant from Trail and  the machinery is ready to start.  Permission has beeu secured from  the city council to connect with the  water mains for power purposes  and in a day or- two the. company  will be turning out goods. .During  the winter a shoddy mill will be  installed. ���:~  .:���:'-.* :- .  Jackson Radcliff aud Mrs. Anna  B. Henderson of Slocan Oity, were  married here yesterday afternoon  by Rev. J. H. White at the Methodist parsonage.  ��� The French Dramatic company  whicli is now playing at Rossland,  will return to Nelson for two nights  next week. On Wednesday night  they AA'ill present "Quo Vadis," and  on Thursday night the bill will be  "A Cheerful Liar."  Harry Hartley, one of the most  successful drummers of the province, is registered at the Hume.  Harry is now on the road for  Murphy, Grant & Company of San  Francisco, the largest importers of  staple and fancy dry goods and  furnishings west of New York City;  His present mission is to make the  San Francisco house acquainted  with the traded Sales follow as  a natural sequence.  The seats for the  animatograph  entertainment at the opera house  tonight, in aid of the hospital fund,  have sold well, and a program of  unusual   excellence    is    promised.  The war pictures aro stirring, and  depict actual scenes  at* the front,  introducing   men    and   regiments  which have been made famous by  the war.   The instrument used is  the best of the kind made, and the  vibration, usually so annoying, is  reduced to a minimum.    During the  evening 33,000 photographs, covering 2000 . feet of film, will  be exhibited.   The best local talent will  contribute   to the program  and a  delightful.entertainment is assured.  Paul Johnson and wife of Greenwood arrived in the city last night  andwillspeud-tbday^here.���They-  are accompanied by Gurt Sundburg  of Mexico City.        ,  Those indebted to the eity for  sewer rates are paying up very  promptly, considering the short  time that has elapsed since the  notices were mailed. Real estate  taxes will be due and payable after  October l9t. The collections so far  this year are up to the estimates  made by the finance committee at  the beginning of the year, and the  total for the year will be not less  than $75,000.  William Hennessey, one of the  original owners of the Noble Five  group of mines in Slocan district,  and who is now developing a group  of claims on Midge creek in Nelson  district, was in town yesterday.  "Bill" is married, and is the daddy  of a four-weeks-old boy.  Ed Thomas, well known throughout Kootenay, is in the Jubilee hos-;  pi tai, Victoria.  MINING  EECOEDS.  OUR  ARK  FILTERS  FILTERS  I IT COSTS BUT ONE CENT  I OUR CLOSKSTS  I ARE NOISELESS  To drop us a postcard that we may call and give estimates.  Never  havo any plumbing done until you have soon  It saves many dollars,  our goods and our prices.  OPPOSITE  fOhTOtyjCK,  STRACHAN BROTHERS. Plumbers.  Yesterday's mining records were:  Transfers, a half interest in the  Standard fraction on the north side  of Iron mountain, between Sheep  and Lost creeks, by John Wald-  beser of Salmo to May Waldbeser;  a half interest in the Standard aud  a half in the Mountain Chief by  John Waldbeser to John P. Bell of  Salmo; a half interest in the  Emeral and a two-thirds interest in  the Emeral Fractional by J. Waldbeser to May Waldbeser; a third in  the Hideaway oh Wolf creek aud a  fifth in the Noble Five on Sheep  Waldbeser; the Mexican mineral'  claim on the north side of. Porcupine creek _J miles southeast of the  railroad by" Andrew Garvey of  Rossland to J. F. Blaine of Rossland; a half interest in the Arizona  and Yellowstone claims near the  headwaters of Sprpule creek by  Oscar Johnson of Nelson to Peter  A. Norbery of Nelsou; a quarter  interest iii the Evening: Star claim  on a tributary of the east fork of  Cottonwood creek by Harry Haley  of Nelson to John D. O'Neil of  Nelson. ���  Locations: The Blue Bell Fractional, seven miles up the main  Wild Horse creek, by J. J. Fleutot;  the Evening Star, about four miles  southeast of Nelson, on a tributary  of the east fork of Cottonwood  creek, by Harry Haley.  Certificates of work: To Sam  Marshall on the Erie and Black  Knight, to E. J. Miller on the Mexican, to William McDonough on the  Copper Pit, to T. A. Mills on the  Muker, to Josepli Collett on the  Gold Treasure and Gold Treasure  No. 1 ��� ���'7     ���;;���*   ;<���"-���������  "-'-'.: ���-.���:���.  HOSPITAL  NOTES.;  The - general hospital is. again  taxed to its.utmost capacity to accommodate patients, despite the  ^extra rooms recently acquired. The  officials liave beeu advised of the  shipment of the outfit of operating:  instruments from the east, and it is_  probable the board will meet at an  early date to go inro the matter of  an extensive addition to the institution.  James Jordan died -yesterday  morning at..the hospital of typhoid fever. ~ Deceased was 28  years of age, _.and had been era-  ployed as0 a miner at the Silver  King. He was brought, to the hospital a week ago". Enquiries have  failed as yet to locate his friends.  The local medical. fraternity is  interested in a"case of locomotor  ataxia now being treated at the  hospital. The diseasej i.s rare, aud  particularly so iu ih�� west, this  being the first marked case to come  to the Nelson hospital.  Three Delegates Elected.  The Trades and Labor Assembly  of Nelson met last night and elected  three.delegates to attend the Independent. Labor, -pai'ty.. convention  that will .meet in Nelson on October  3rd. The' delegates are Robert  Robinson, C. J. Clayton and A. W.  McPhee, and they have definite instructions.  ESTABLISHED 1892  BYERS   &   CO.  HARDWARE  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden, Mill,  Steam  Hose.  Crucible   Cast  Steel  6-16 to 1-in. in  ancl  Suction  Wire  stock.  Rope  Leather ancl  Rubber' Belting.  Sheet, Square ancl Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Black and Galvanized Sheet Iron,  Soft Steel Plates  1-8, 3-1G and 1-4 x 72, 96 and  120  A^euts-Trimx Ore Oars. uiant. Powder, and AI-I-  i'0|iolitun Fuse, etc.  H. BYERS & CO.  NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  wood work for the flume will  be  commenced very shortly.  Premier Marchand Dead.  Quebec, September 25.���Hon Mr.  Marchand died at 7:15 p. ni.  IIOTEL   ABBIVALS.  . PH All.-F. C. Carnimgli, XV. K. AlcCulloueh.  Spokane; It. J. Anderson, Boise. Idaho; Charles  'Dundee. Kossland: Mrs. Betts anil daughter*,  Macleod; G. A. Smith, XV. V, Greene,. Kvanston,  111.; H -Van A.'Sivitaser. XV. T. Stout, A. Martin,  AV. F. Borlnud. Montreal; Judson G. Wells and  wife. New York City; Gust SundburK, Mexico  City; ��� Paul   Johnson    and  wife.   Greenwood;  F. J. O'Reilly, Silverton: Alex Sharp, A. H. MacNeill. Rossland; K N. Fell and wife, Athabasca;  G. Ford. Winnipeg: J. A. Wright, Montreal.  HUME.���Vf. A. Miickenz'o.  Winnipeg:  K. K.  Vincent, Calgary; P. E. MeMillen, Toronto; F.  D. J. Taylor, Winnipeg; W. Western, Toronto;  A. H. Hartley, Victoria; J. Rudolph, Toronto;  S. B. Snider. M. De'Brisay, .1. A. Lewthwaite,  Vancouver: V. G. Croissant, Trail; J. A. Landen,  Montreal; H. W. Redman. Toronto; It. Dickinson, R. E. Allen, Slocan Cily: K. H. MeMaster,  Vancouver: A. F. Mills, Toronto; Frank R Marquis, ICaslo; J. R: Fanill, On.law.,-Cal.; G. H.  Banihart, Yinir; H. E. Swift, Spokane; Percy  Dickenson, Slccan City; Frank Clark, Yinir; H.  T. Kingsbury. Slocan Citv.  QUEEN'S.���Alex Shearer. Slocan Cits; C. W.  Yoimff, Nine-mile Point; J. C.( r.iufonl.SLndon;  S. Wil-ion, O. Johnson, Spokano: H. William--,  Port Hill. Idaho; Mrs. XV. P. Sleele. Ymir; G. I,.  Everett, San Frmiulsco; T. A. McCarter and  wife, Grand Forks! .T..S. Jones, Montreal,  GENUINE BARGAINS  ^' '      "������*^*�����***���*��� i   In   -    __________________________   , , , , .   ���______ _^_   .. _   ,   ���. , nj-pp^-. ���   --    ,  .     -  In all Lines of Fishing Tackle, Guns,  Rifles and Ammunition   .   .   .   .  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  (/������**' ~- *��.�������� ^- ^- 5\��?. 'ff- ��?��� 8t: srt  Xif   7  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Boundary's .Third Smelter.  A force of men is at work grading  the   grounds   for   the    Standard  Pyritic smelter at Boundary Falls,  and it is-said  that work on.the  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  .s.el.ection_ofjhe_best_qualities..  We are ready to refund the  money for any.article not exactly as represented.  T.H.BR0WN  Tremont  &  Tretfilliid,  For     Rent���Store ' in  Hotel    block.   Apply  lo   Malone  Tremont bote).  Wanted���engineer for  Red  Star  boat.   Apply at ollleo of Ontario Powder Works.  Nicely Furnished. Rooms���corner  Vernon and Cedar street...  To Let���Early next month, store  in brick block with cellar. Apply C. W. \\'esl.&  Co., corner Hall and Baker streets.  For Rent���Well Furnished rooms,  bath, electric lifjhK ho! air. Mra. Ogilvie, north  Hide Carbonate .ntreel, between Josephine and  Ward.  ���-  To rent���No. 29:.  Victoria stieet,  a six-roomed lioiiHC    Apply to F.  .1. Umdley  Sc Oo.  Large  furnished   rooms   to   lot.  Apply Macdonald building, comer of 'Jonepbine  and' Vernon streets.'  Pacific  Telephono  Hack   calls  left at   the  Transfer  barn on Vornon street.  call 35.  D. J. Dewar, J. P.  Notary Public���Conveyancer.  FOR SALE.  Six lota, corner Hall and Observatory streets,  i'aeiiiK 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. flii-TO,  easy terms.  Large well furnished house on Carbonate street.  SSIOO, easy terms.  Good house and lot in Hume Addition, $20u  cash.   Balance $2S per month.  Lot, 50x120, Mill street, .acini, lake, $2��0  Lot 50x120, corner Hall and Vernon, S^oOU. . ..  Lint your properly with ine'for prompt pay  sales.  .   Office in  Madden Block  D. J. DEWAR  TO   LET  FURNISHED  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  to  to  to  iti  to  iti  iti  to  to  to  to  to  iti  xti  ffl  ffl  w  \\M��L  aa_a_a__i'_a-_&_a'^__.--__&-ai-_> ���  -09i999999999:^.^Sl  xti  iti  ffl  -Our Wagon  u  hnsy all day and every  d.iy making prompt deliveries of good groceries to wise  people. Do you buy here?  If you 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. G'rape Nuts, Ciermia, Ralston's Rreakfast Food,  Self Rising Riiokwheat Flour, Shredded Whole Wheat Biscuits  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  Telephone 10 185 Baker Street  J_._.'S-_&'_f_S'_��i'_>'_��-;_.'_*'_��-a 0.0  ffl  ffl  to  to  to  il/  ffl  to  to  to  to  iti  to  to  to  ffl  When Eve Stole the Fruit  Sho didn't, preserve it, and it is recorded Hint, when winter came and Adam  found no preserves in the cupboard he "raised Cain." The Adams of nowadays send their Kves lo us for their fruit.   We receive il. daily from Spokano  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 170.  JOHN A. IRVING S CO.  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Co., Ltd.  Electric Fixtures Electric Fans  Medical Batteaies !  HOUSTON BLOCK,  CQRNT I. ft UAJvEK A NO.!  JOSEPHINE STREETS.  Nelson, B. O.  Temperance   Hotel  STANLEY  178 Baker Street  PIANOS  Nelsou, B, C.  NELSON TENT AND  AWNING  FACTORY  ON   VERNON  STREET  HUGH   R.  CAMERON  . Baker Streot, Nelsou.   Agent and Appraiser.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  HOME GROWN  FOR FALL PLANTING  Fruit and Ornamental Trees,  Roses^Shrubsr"Vinesr"Buibs7  Orders dug In one day; you get it the next.   No fumigating or inspection charge...   Crcenhouse  plants, seeds, agricultural Implements, etc.  for catalogue boforo placing your orders.  Largest aud most complete stock In  No agent's nor commission to pay.  the province. Send/  Eighty Thousand;  TO CHOOSE FROM  WI-XT.O'.n.   LABOR   0_N-3_,"X"   U5.'M:i?T_0-T��r3_!X_��.  The best equipped establishment in. British Columbia for turning out  all kinds of canvas goods.  THEO tyADSOJ., Proprietor.  Baker Street, Nelson.  Private    School  And Kindergarten.  Thorough .English,-Calisthenics, Music, Gorman and French if required. Fall torm commences 3rd September.  For particulars apply to  MISS PaLMKR. Josephino Street.  ~~ FOR SALE  3 lots corner of Hoover and  Ward street���good view.  4 lots and cottage on Stanley  street.  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  :    -RENTS  ereekby~John~~W^^ ST,  BARBE; Agent | wSSSfflXS?1  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  fVllNING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Richelieu. 1000  FOR SALK.  Six-room houso, Hume Addition, fS50.  A complete set of tinner's tools.  Team, harness nnd wagon, $lri(),  OALIJ.ON     *  H. A. Prosser  -.ROKKR. WARD STRKKT  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL  BROKER  Houses and lots for sale in all parts of the city.  Victoria-Montreal Fire Insurance Company.  Ontario Mutual Life Insurance Company.  ADDRESS  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  J. Henry  P. Burns & Go.  Hrad Oppior AT  NELSON, B.  0.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in  Meati^  Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,. Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,. Sandon,  Silverton, Neyj  7 Denver,' Reveistoke,N Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid.'!  way, and Vancouver. '  Mail Orders Promptly Fprwardec!  COLLECTED.  r^~See ANNABLE j  West Kootenay Butcher Co j  ALL KINDS OF j  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS      !  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL -Jj  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��#   (V   JRAVES,   Manage!  . ORDBiBS BY MAUi RKOKIVfil CARKFU.N AHUVltOmW ACTKHTlOW  B^'S\.7;7';7.-;7 ���  |gS^j?-^ifjW^ .   ____ .____���-..':. jsa^j^j^jj^gjj^yiaBSg^JJg^  ���fee  r-^r'*r~^"���'  z*_2&T-~l;;3._k,-X.\',.

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