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 DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR.  NELSON:  TUESDAY  MORNING SEPTEMBER 25  1900  PRICE FIVE CENTS  ft  The case of Regina vs. Mitchell,  in which the defendant is charged  with "rolling" a man at Kaslo, will  be tried there tomorrow. W. A.  Galliher will appear for the defence  and A. M. Johnson will conduct the  prosecution.  Insane Son Assaults His Father.  London, Ontario, September 24.  An elderly man named Hoskins is  in the Vietoria hospital here suffering from a fracture of the skull, inflicted by a brick in the- hands of  his son. who ia insane. He threatened to kill his mother also, but  was overpowered and placed in jail  before accomplishing his purpose.  Looking for Shipwrecked Men.  St. Johns, Newfoundland, September 24.���More than fifty French  ships, from St. Piet-re, are stjll mis-  NELSON MINES AND MINING  Black Prince Deal Not Closed.  A meeting took place here yesterday of the Nelson syndicate which  owns the Tarn o' Shunter, Blue Bell  and Golden Fleece claims in South  D..id wood camp, Boundary district. A strike was recently made  on the Tutu o' Shanter, when a  three-foot ledge was uncovered  currying fi per cent copper, 29.'.)  ounces of silver and $5.00 in gold.  Ji\ was decided to proceed with development until further notice, the  intention being to prove the property with a view to bonding the  group, and incidentally to do suflicient work to crown grant the property. Development will also be  carried on at the Blue Bell fractional, and a trail is to he built  into the camp.  Percy Dickinson, manager of the  Warner Miller syndicate's interests  in British Columbia, was in the citj'  yesterday with the syndicate's engineer, II. T. Kingsbury. Arr.  Dicl.iu?on states that as yet he has  "done nothing toward closing a  deal for the Mack lYince property  on Springer creek, but that he has  examined the proposition.  A. II. Gracey, engineer for the  Imperial Development Syndicate,  came i n yesterday from the Northern  Light group, where the syndicate  litis ti mow of men at work. The  , work foi the next couple of months  is to consist of drifting on the main  shaft, and surface cutting. Snow  fell at the Northern Light yesterday morning.   James Ilickey will recommence  work next week on the Glad Hand  group located on the east fork of  Cottonwood creek. The bonding of  the Robin Hood claims has given a  decided ��� impetus to Cottonwood  creek properties. The shaft on the  Glad Hand will be continued to a  depth of 40 feet.  M. S. Logan of Itossland,-nianag-  ing director of the company which  lias bonded the Juno group, was in  the city yesterday and visited the  property with Charles Parker, the  company's superintendent.  TWO YEARS IN  THE PEN  Tor Boiling a Companion.  Frank Beck, alias William Jones,  was convicted yesterday at the  court house on the charge of theft  from the person, and sentenced to  two years in the provincial penitentiary at New Westminster.  The evidence for the prosecution  established the fact that the prisoner "rolled" a man named Harris,  at the Sherbrooke house. The two  had been drinking together, and  both went to sleep on chairs. Beck  awoke soon after, walked over to  -ilarris-and-afrer-shaking-hini-slid-a-  hand into Harris' overalls aud  neatly withdrew the sleeping man's  money. The act was noted by one  of the. boarders at the Sherbrooke,  who'happened to be setting where  he could see. the whole performance.  Other witnesses swore to Beck  having been broke and then acquiring money suddenly.  Beck's cross-examination of the  witnesses was close, and his method  of holding them to a "straight reply  in the negative indicated considerable knowledge of legal procedure.  The chain of evidence was complete  anil Beck was sent down for two  years. "He was only released from  the provincial jail on August lflth,  after doing several months for  theft at Robson.  sing as the result of the recent gale,  aud much alarm is felt for their  safely. Many doubtless are disabled, bnt it is almost certain that  others have foundered. The  French flagship lsly lias been ordered from the treaty shore to  cruise over the grand banks, with a  view of learning the extent of the  disaster aud of assisting anj' vessels  requiring help.  CONTRACT LET FOR DEPOT  Will Cost $15,000 Completed.  It is stated that the contract for  the erection of the C. P. R. passenger depot Avas let yesterday to  John Hepburn. The contract price  is uot announced, but the depot,  completed and furniohed, is to cost  about $15,000. The building will  be located at the foot of Baker  streot, just across Cottonwood  crcolc. It will face the lake, and  the main line tracks will.,pass immediately in front of the platform.  The tramway line is to be, continued into the station yard, ample  space being provided for a street  car loop. Passengers arriving in  the city can, therefore, leave the  train at the front platform and enter a street ear from the rear platform.  The new freight buildings will be  adjacent, aud a feature of their  location is that no tracks will have  to be crossed to reach them from  the city side.  Work on the new passenger station will be rushed as rapidly as  possible. TJie structure is to be  stone for one and a half stories and  wood for the balance. The dimensions are 100 by 80, the ground  floor being devoted to the public  waiting rooms aud ticket offices,  and the second flat being divided  into offices for the divisional superintendent and staff.  IT WAS A JAPANESE TRICK  Employing Contractors to Blame.  '' VANOonvi.i., ' September 24'.���"  I Special to Tho Tribune].���A plot  to defraud the Dominion govern  ment developed this afternoon in  the police court examination of the  eleven Japanese charged with  falsely swearing that they were  properly entitled to become British  subjects, in that they had been  residents of British Columbia for  four years. It was proven that  Japanese contractors had obtained 'the naturalization papers, and forwarded them to Japanese in their employ, and the  latter did not even know the contents.    One   Japanese   never" even  landed in Vancouver, but was  transhipped direct to the Skeena  river, up the coast, and received his  papers two months later, not knowing what they meant. The charges  wore withdrawn against the eleven  Japs and warrants will be issued at  TffrcTrf(Ti~tlTeTrrTre^t_ot,_tlie 7. ffeh7l 11 tg  Japanese contractors!.  Prominent Halifax Man Dead.  Halifax, September 24.���John  Hugh, a .retired wine merchant,  chairman of the harbor commissioners, mid at one time a member  of the local legislature, is dead. He  was 70 years old. He was a prominent Conservative, and was a great  friend of the late sir John Thompson. v>     "'  Tory Chiefs Separate.  Toronto, September 21. ��� The  Conservative loaders reached here  last night, and separated to engage  iu individual campaign work. Sir  Charles Tupper goes to Ottawa.  Hugh John Macdonald goes to Kast  Simcoe, and George li!. Foster to  western Ontario.  Stephens Nominated for Kent.  Chatham, Ontario, September 24-  ���The Kent Liberals have nominated George Stephens. Archibald  Campbell, the present representative, is seeking election in West  York, in opposition to Hon. Clarke  Wallace.   Nomination in East Bruce.  Wa lkerton, Ontario, September  24.���East Bruce Liberals have nominated' J. Connians, of Walkerton,  to oppose Henry Cargill, the present Conservative member.  Premier Marchand's Condition.  Qurbrc, September 24.���Hon. Mr.  Marchand is slightly improved this  morning, but his physicians hold  out uo hope of recovery.  TOPPER'S VANCOOVER TALK  On Laurier's Broken Promises.  VANCOuyER,     September    24.���  [Special to The Tribune.]���Sir Hibbert Tupper opened the campaign  for the Conservatives in Vancouver  tonight, holding au audience, which  packed   the   city   hall    for   three  hours, with  scarcely an  interruption.    He referred at length to the  many broken pledges of the Liberal  party,   particularly    to    Laurier's  notorious pledge made in a telegram  to J. C. McLagan, in 1800,' that the  Chinese question was not a epiestion  in the east, and   tho views of the  Liberals of British Columbia would  prevail.    In-spite   of this   pledge,  which a Philadelphia lawyer could  not get around, it must be  written  under the promise, the same as under all the other anti-election  promises of Lauriei',  "False,"  without  meaning it in a disparaging sense.  Sir Henry Joly, guide extraordinary to Li Hung Chang while in  Canada, who had received the  Chinese order of the Double  Dragon, was now lieutenant-governor of British Columbia, and  Laurier, who appointed him, was  the man whom Maxwell said was a  statesman, and who was the greatest friend of labor. The speaker  said^ the free trade policy of the  government prevented .them from  doing anything else than allowing  the people to buy in the cheapest  market and sell in the dearest, and  the perilous Mongolian labor was  cheap enough in all cases.  Sir Hibbert bitterly arraigned  the government for their broken  promises as to a tariff for revenue  only, and their pledge to reduce  the taxes and expense of the conn-  try. He also criticised their railway policy. The government was  on trial, and he thought it was the  easiest thing in the world for any  man to expose the perfidy and false  promises of the Laurier administration.     '  A NELSON MAN'S PATENT.  It1 will be of--interest -to Nelsonites to learn that W. Valentine  Hunt, manager of the Bonnington  Falls power house, is one of the  world's best known inventors in  the animated picture line. The  animatograph to be exhibited at  the opera house tomorrow night is  the product of his genius, and it is  recognized to be the most perfect  apparatus of the kind made. At  the present time Mr. Hunt is devising a camera which is to take negatives without the vibration which  has hitherto been the great drawback to all moving picture machines,  lt is understood that he is succeeding in perfecting the apparatus  and will soon be in a position to  announce its completion.  Mr. Hunt is the original patentee  of the animatograph and travelled  for several years in England with  the machine. In 1890 he made a  tremendous hit with a picture of  the great Derby race, m which the  "prince of "Wales won the Derby for  tho first time with Persimmon. The  race was run at 1 o'clock, and Mr.  Hunt developed his pictures in  time to exhibit the same night at  the Alhambra, theatre, where the  series was recei ved w i th ii n prece-  dented enthusiasm. The attraction ran at the Alhambra for fifty-  two weeks, and has never been  shown on this continent. At tomorrow night's entertainment no  fewer than .'.2,000 pictures will be  thrown on the screen.  Will Fight Departmental Stores.  Toronto, September 24.���The retail merchants of Toronto have decided to fight the departmental  stores through the royal commission  on taxation. The members of the  association have decided to place  fullybefore the commission evidence  regarding the effect of the methods  of departmental stores upon the  general retail business throughout  the city and province, with special  reference to the incidence of taxation. The following resolution  was unanimously carried : "That  the merchants of this eity ' and  province be asked to subscribe the  sum of five thousand dollars ($5000)  for the purpose of compiling and  producing evidence to lay before  the recently appointed royal commission."    King Knocked Out Early.  Rossland, September 24.���Andy  King, feather weight champion of  British Columbia, whipped Mike  Early, the champion feather weight  of New York, in the third round at  the   International  tonight.   Early  is a clever'. boxer and a splendid  dodger, but King is stronger and  heavier. In .the first round honors  were even, but iu the second King  struck Early a right-hander over  the heart, broke a rib' and kicked  him down. He knocked him down  six times. The third round lasted  hardly a minute and was a succession of knock downs. Early was  plainly out-classed, although he put  up a gallant fight.  AN EFFECTIVE WAY TO KILL  RUSSIA TAKES MANCHURIA  A Seat For Foster.  Toronto, September 24. ��� The  Evening Telegram, Independent  Conservative, says that efforts are  being made by West Peterborough  Conservatives to get Hon. George E.  Foster to contest that constituency,  J. Hendry, the sitting member, retiring in his favor.  Is the Aim of the Powers.  . Washington,September 24.���The  state department has been notified  of the fact that tlieFreuch government had adopted Tan attitude  similar to that of the United States,  in replying to the'German note,and  that fact -was duly "reported by the  Associated Press. In addition it  was stated that the government of.  Russia was in   line  with  that  of  _>  France in-this matter. There is a  disposition to minimize the difference between the United States and  Germany ou lhe;poii_tof delivery of  the Chinese ringleaders before negotiations, and-,it is pointed out  that the only reason for differing  was a profound'conviction that a  deterrent effect could be produced  upon the Chinese people as a  whole, only by allowing their own  government to'degr'ade and punish  the guilty par��i,es. - The sole punishment, if applied .by a foreign  power, would fail of a reformatory  effect, as the Chinese, people would  venerate the memory of the -martyrs, while the Chinese belief,  which arrogates to itself tho peculiar right to reward and punish  after deiith, might elevate the victims of the'allies, and thus offer au  incentive for a- repetition of the  outrages.   KILLED   BY   A  SCORCHER  f    -   Fatal Accident in Vancouver.  , VANCou.YBRfcv.September ��� 24--r  [Speciai'' to The" Tritiunef|���k TC.  Blackmoi'e, a local_ racing cyclist,  collided this afternoon, at the  corner of Richard and Cordova  streets, with an unknown woman  ag��.d about 4:".. She was carried to  the hospital, and Blackmoro was  arrested for furious riding. He was  later on released on bail. At 7  o'clock tonight the woman died,  without regaining consciousness.  She is still unknown, and all efforts  to identify her so far have been unavailing. She had been riding a  wheel, and had just dismounted  when youug.Blackmore struck her.  She died from concussion of the  brain.          What Might Have Happened.  Quebec, September 24.���Tt has  leaked out here, from official circles  atJJttawa, that.lerribl__ove_sight,_  which might havo resulted in apal-  ling disaster, occurred at the  powder magazine here from September 1st to lrtth. The story goes  that three large doors at the eastern and most exposed end of the  citadel, where most precautions are  taken to avoid sparks from the city,  wero left open between these dates.  Had sparks got in among the  powder half of the city would have  been blown up.  Coast Volunteers at Quebec.  Quhhec, September 24.���Private  P.-.Graves of Vancouver, suffering  from enteric fever; private A. E.  Beck of Vietoria, wounded at Paardeberg, aud trooper J. AV. Fuller,  Fort Steele, wounded in right knee,  were among the invalids accorded  a warm welcome by the citizens of  Quebec today.  Developing Coal Deposits.  ArANcouvi-.R, September 24.���The  American Syndicate, which has  leased iron''properties at Sarita on  Copper Island and at Toquart on  the AArest coast of Araneouver Island,  has already set a large force of men  to work, expecting to spend at least  $75,00.0 in exploration and development work.  As a Punishment for Invasion.  London, September 2-1.���The  British and continental press is  still discussing America's reply,  which is generally regarded as encouraging Li Hung Chang to delay  the negotiations. General Gribsky,  military governor of Amur, has  published elaborate regulations,  placing all the regions along the  Amur river, now occupied by the  Russians, entirely under Russiau  law and authority. The Chinese  are forbidden to return to the left  bank of the stream. He has also  issued a proclamation declaring  the annexation of Manchuria to be  a punishment for the attack made  on Blagovetchensk, aud exhorting  the inhabitants hereafter to respect  Russian power and live in peace  and quietness on their fields.  A semi-official communication to  the Cologne Gazette, disavowing  any desire on tho pait of Germany  to execute the instigators of the  outrages on the strength of the  testimony of the foreign allies,  says: "The international court of  justice "would decide upon the question of guilt, and would pronounce  sentence. To look on complacently  while a mockery of justice, such as,  the United States demand was being enacted, would mean a renewal  of the massacre."  , Vienna, September 24.���The admiralty has received the following  dispatch: "Taku, September 24.���  The Russians occupied the fortifications at Lui Tai yesterday." Lui  Tai is situated about 40 miles  northeast of Tien-Tsin, and is about  20 miles due north of Taku.  Verdict Against the Company.  Los Ancielrs, California, September 25.���Rose Procter may now  collect $537.75 damages from the  Southern California Railway company on account "of .having been  ejected from a train while  travelling as a passenger. That  is the decision of the .supreme  court "just" handed -down.- The  plaintiff was ejected from a  train at Pasadena. She offered the  conductor a round trip ticket from  Cincinnati, Ohio. The latter asked  her to write her name, which she  did. The conductor then took the  ticket up, telling the woman that it  did uot belong to her, and she  would have to get off the traiuat  the next station if she did not pay  her fare. She was then put off and  sued the company for $5000 damages.    Big Strike in Columbia.  Columbia. Pennsylvania, September 24.���The four big rolling  mills of the Susquehanna Iron &  Steel Company at this place are  closed down today as the result of  a strike. Last week it was announced that a twenty-live per  cent reduction in wages would go  into effect today, and the men noti-  fied the management that they  would not accept the cut. The  company remained firm, and this  morning not a single man reported  for work at any of the four mills.  About 1500 workmen   are affected.  The Saloon and Its Victims.  Faribault, Minnesota, September 24. ��� Word was received hero  tonight that a cyclone struck Mor-  ristown tit six o'clock. Six men  were- killed, and a large number  more are missing. The report is  meagre. A large tree was carried  over a housetop and deposited on a  brick building, used as a saloon,  which was completely wrecked, and  from whicli the bodies of six men  were taken. The report does not  say how much damage was done to  property.   Casting Oft' Their Sins.  New York, September 24.���The  Jewish year, 5,001, was' generally  observed in Ghetto today. Some of  the orthodox Jews observed the  ceremony of casting their sins into  the water, going to the bridge and  the east side, wharves, and, figuratively speaking, shaking from their  garments all sins of the past year.  The people of the quarter continued  the festivals into the night. Many  prayers were said today nt the  sound of the shofar or ramshorn.  Another Disaster in Texas.  Austin', Texas, September 24.���A  telephone message received here  last night by the chief of police  from Llane says that San Saba,  forty miles north of that place,  containing about 1000 people,   was  partially swept away by the flood  in the San Saba river, which was  still rising. All the bridges have  been carried off. No news could be  had from San Saba tonight, the  wires all beiug down. It is feared  that there has been great loss of  life iu the bottoms, as the rise was  in the night and came without  warning.    GERMANY   IS VERY  SORE  Over America's Withdrawal.  Berlin, September 24.���The  refusal of the United States to accede  to Germany's proposition regarding  the   Chinese   settlement is prominently commented   upon   by the  entire German press.    In  spite of  the previous intimations,  through  Washington cables, the refusal Jias  come as a great surprise.     A  high  foreign  official,    referring    to the  matter today, said :    "Germany adheres firmly to her proposition. She  has had uo occasion to doubt that  favorable answers will come  from  all the other powers. ��� We have received hints that Russia.will agree  to the German note, and  the same  course   is confidently expected  of  Japan and Great Britain.   AVe hope  the answer of the United States is  not final, especially in view of the  possibility that it was influenced by  temporary conditions."  The press comment varies widely,  although generally in a tone of disapproval and regret. The Vossiche  Zeitung deplores the evidences of  growing discord among the powers,  aud predicts a speedy breaking up  of concerted action. The Frankfurter Zeitung remarks: "An unpleasant sequence of the American  position will probably be the increasing obduracy of the Chinese,  whose opinion is now strengthened  that the energies of the other powers will be intermittent, like those  of the United States.  BORDER IS NOW PATROLLED  Boxers Flee to Delagoa.  Lorenzo Marquez,' September  24.���British patrols have' reached  the Portuguese frontier. Boers  continue to cross above and below  the portion held by the British.  The horses of the Boers are in a  terrible condition.  London, September 25.���"Messrs.  Steyn and Reitz," says a dispatch  to the .Daily Mail from Lorenso  Marquez, "will remain with the  fighting burghers, and it is said that  a force of Boers, aggregating from  7,000 to 17,000, is planning to  harass the British lines of communication."  MINING   RECORDS.  Yesterday's mining records were:  Transfers���The Keystone  claim on  the north slope of Morning mountain,_by_George_De-Maine-of_Nelson,-  toJohn McAIman of Nelson, consideration nominal; the Gold Bell  claim on Forty-Nine creek, by A.  Swanson of Nelson, to A. H. Kelly  Kelly of Nelson, consideration  nominal; a third interest in the  Blind Canyon, Crowfoot, Redman,  Twilight Johnny, and a quarter in  the Center Star claims, near the  mouth of Bear creek, about one  mile from Ymir, by Thomas Flynn  of Ymir, to David Grobe of "Ymir,"  consideration $500; the Foghorn,  fractional, and Keogh claims on the  north bank of AVild Horse creek,  nine miles from Ymir, by James L.  Kane of Erie, to Thomas Kane of  Erie, consideration nominal; a third  interest in. the Copper Plate claim  on Morning Mountain, by Thomas  Hylaud of Nelson, to J. D. Carr of  Nelson.  Locations���The Frisco, on tho  Royal Canadian wagon road, by  Henry S. Sinkan; the Last Chance,  on AVild Horse Creek, five miles  from Ymir, by James Moriarity; the  Pacific, on the south fork of Wild  Horse creek, a relocation of the  Great AVestern, by C. J. Ditter; the  Brandon and AVisconsin, on Wild  Horse creek, by C. J. Ditter; the  San Joaquin, on the sou tii fork of  Salmon river, by E. E. Hamilton  and J. Campbell; the Esperan/.a, on  Porcupine creek, by R. C. Pallet.  Certificates of work���To AVilliam  Connelly on the Pueblo; to D. M.  Clark on the Dufferin, fractional;  to Thomas Kane on the Foghorn;  to John II. Richardson on the Gren-  fell; to Robert Ina on the AVinnipeg  and Brandon; to Alex Long on the  High Ore; to William Telford on  the Gold Note.  SAYS GERMANY WILL AMEND  Its Celebrated Chineso Note.  London, September 35.���A semiofficial   announcement   has    been  issued in St.  Petersburg that'the'  European cabinets are engaged in  au endeavor to induce Germany to  abandon her demand for the nir-.  render   of   the instigators of  the "-'  anti-foreign outrages, as a  prelum-.-  nary to peace negotiations.-  The Vienna correspondent of i he  Daily Chronicle  asserts that  Bus-"'-  sia's reply to the German  note is..'  very friendly, but that although ifc",-;  appears  to consent  to Germany's /  proposal, it practically disapproves'-"' .  by asking whether^ t would' not be 1  best   to   open   peace   negotiations...)  first, and to make the punishment./  of the  instigators of the outrages/L  the first subject of discussion-  According to the Berlin corespon- _"!  dent of the Daily Express, Germany ''  will make a new proposal, namely/ ,  that the great powers .form an in- -'.  ternational court,to try the Cliiiit.se V,-  officials accused of complicity in the;'/."  outrages. '.'.;.'  The Morning Post has the follow- ���/  ing from its Shang-Hai "correspond-, '"  ent, dated-yesterday: "The Hus- y,  sians recently organized an expedi? :  tion toward Mukden, which, has al-V-,  ready reached Liao-Yang, about//  midway between Niu-Chang and.;-  Mukden. It will probably encouu/- '-  ter opposition. Prince JTuau's^iis- 17  cendancy creates a very, grave"--;  danger. The only hope for foreign-:.: j  ers is that the pro-foreign viceroy;"'  of Nankin has not yet been- re-'  moved. Tuan's emissaries are working hard to get him out of the way'  by murder or suicide."  SITUATION  IS UNCHANCED  -*.?  "��  "3a_l  - _*-1  '>r* 1  ~ ��� ** I  No Break in the' Deadlock. ��� -  Hazelton, Pennsylvania, . Sep.7-/  tomber 24.���Contrary ��to the ex/7.  pectations of both, the operators-/,  aud striking coal miners, there wore'/,',, _  no developments in the strike sitn-?&3^|  ation in the ^Lehigh/region ��� today. /���*/;  It was thought in some quarters,'- -7  that, owing to tho presence of the':*./  troops in the anthracite, fields, a -:  break would occur in the ranks of .-.v  the strikers, or that alarge number _::%  of additional , men would refrain --,/'  from going to work. The operators ��� - ,7  as a rule predicted a break iu the "-.'���;  strikers' ranks, and the labor.' - jtfT-  leaders were equally sure thoy .'}[���  would tie up this region - tighter 7/  than ever. y  CANADIAN   BRIEFS.  At Kingston, the case of Joseph ,  Gould vs. the Independent Order of  Oddfellows, docketed for the session  of the high court has been settled,  the order paj'ing the plaintiff $600.  Mr. Gould was seriously injured by  the falling of the wall of the Odd-  _feIlo_ws'_l.uilding_in_March,_1899.-=_^_  Tho Toronto Street Railway company has filed a bond, and will  carry the case of conductor Snell to  the supreme court. Snell was injured, on a street car and secured a  verdict for damages in the lower  courts.  Mrs. E. Kay, considering she was  too highly assessed at $000 for income, appealed to the court of revision, .Toronto,.... witli' the .result  that her assessment was raised to  $5000. ���_  Got a Second Class Decoration.  Berlin, September 24.���Emperor  William of Germany has conferred  on George G. Ward, of New York,  vice-president of the Commercial  Cable Company, the order of The  Crown, of the second class. Mr.  Ward was present at the banquet  given here yesterday by the German  Atlantic Cable Company, to commemorate the opening of their cable  to the Uuited States.  Goschen to be Made a Peer.  London, September 25.���It is  understood that George Goschen,  first lord of the admiralty, who has  announced that he will not seek reelection to parliament will, in the  event of triumph of the Salisbury-  Chamberlain coalition at the coming general election, be continued  in his position after having received  a peerage.   Walcott Got the Decision.  Hartford, Connecticut, September 24.���In the bout between AVal:  cott aud tbe Mysterious Billy Smith,  tonight, AValeott was declared the  winner on a foul iu the 10th round.  .a-. I'*"  V  I?-  Is.'  1 _!".  Pi  H'i  I'M t  mi  /  to ���  Ili:-  il.'".  Is ���--  Iff.--  h  fttS TRIBUNE: NELSON B. C TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 1900  TO SPOKANE  AP REPUBLIC  Reduction in Long Distance Rates. Use the  Kootenay Lake Company's Lines.  OTHER  BATES   PROPORTIONATELY   LOW.  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY,  INCORPORATED 1G70.  mm  We are showing  of   suitings    in  -OTH 3  CLP"  a   nice line  VENETIAN  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 Mix-  tures and checks  From $7.50 to $8.50  to say that not one-half of the half  hundred have done a day's work  during their residence iu Kootenay.  The rank and file should smash all  these political machines, for none of  them are run in the interest of  either the. people or the parties  which they pretend to favor; instead, they are invariably run in  the interest of a few selfish self-  seekers.       Candipatr Gallihkr is sanguine  that he will lead his party to success ; he is also disposed to believe  that the election is not far (lis tan ti  Big "Bill" is a hustler and a good  politician.    The Coast politicians are very  much disgruntled because the delegates to the Conservative convention at Revelstoke refused to nominate the man the Coast men  wanted. And the man the Coast  men wanted ia alao very much disgruntled, and he is reported as  trying to get candidate MacNeill to  back out of the contest. Candidate  MacNeill represents the rank and  file of the Conservative party, and  it is tho rank and file of a party  that Avin elections.  S  Bay  ��Jte ��rttmro*  " The Conservatives of Karnlootjs,  Revelstoke   and   other  jilaces are  complaining-that the local associations do not represent the party.  The same was true of Nelsou until  the rank and file "smashed the asso-  "ciation" machine by  turning  down  the men who degraded the association.    The .associations  are frauds  on the party, because they are not  representative of the  party.   Take  ,as au  example the association at  Nelson.    It had a nominal.membership of eighty-five, which  was increased to one hundred and six the  night of the meeting at  whicli  the  delegates to the Revelstoke convention wero elected.    These men took  upon themselves the right to speak  for the live or six hundred men who  are expected to vote for the  party  nominee   at   the   coming  election.  "What a farce.   Tho sooner these  associations are smashed the better  it  will,  bo   for   the   parties   that  smash them.   If this is good advice  for  the  Conservative and  Liberal  parties to follow, it would be equally good   were it followed  by the  men who look to  the Independent  Labor party to cure all the ills from  wliich the body politic is suffering.  How many, of the men "who will be  expeeted to vote for the Labor caudate���if one should  happen  to be  placed iu the fields-are allowed a  voice in either selecting the  candidate or   managing the campaign?  Ifc- is safe, to say that less than half  u hundred "men are today taking an  active part in fche attempt to bring  out a Labor candidate, and ifc is safe  The Liberal machine of Nelson is  said to be dickering for control of  the Miner newspaper, the one-time  organ of the miner owners' associations, and the transit peddlers, and  now the official organ of the Chinese  who try to evade their obligations  to the city.  Hon.- A. G. Blair, minister of  railways, has replied to the ultimatum of president Shaughnessy,  of the Canadian Pacific Raihvay  Company, with respect to the handling by- the government of certain  of the Canadian Pacific's traffic via  Sfc. John during the winter. From  the reply of the minister of railways it is evident that he considers  Mr. Shaughnessy's communication  as a huge .bluff, especially in  view  of the fact that he was asked to  reach a decision, with respect to the  handling of a traffic of 200,000  tons of freight, inside of fifteen days. This Mr. Blair  says is an impossibility. In the  first place the Intercolonial railway has neither the rolling stock  nor the terminal facilities for the  handling of such a large increase  over the present traffic of the road,  and in tho second place it is not  clear from president Shaughnessy's  communication whether the Intercolonial is to receive all of the Canadian Pacific's Atlantic business, or  only such as might be considered as  unprofitable. The minister of railways evidently refuses to scare.  His suggestion is that the Canadian  Pacific continue to handle the St.  John business via Sfc. John during  the present season, and in return  he promises that the government  will honestly endeavor to come to  some reasonable and lair arrangement for the handling of next winter's traffic. Ifc would he difficult  to see what other reply tho minister  of railways could make.  Up to Date Photography.  Cris.NRVA, Now York, September  21.���Dr. AVilliam 11. Brooks has  succeeded in photographing objects  solely by the light from the planet  Venus. By this is not meant photographing the planet itself, which  has been done many times. The  experiments were conducted within  Having Purchased  the Business  Of Fred J. Squire, merchant  tailor, Nelson, I intend to  continue the business sb as  to keep the patronage of al_  Mr. Squire's old patrons and  get 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, Baker Streot.  FRED J. SQUIRK. Manager.  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT  TAILOR.  OPPOSITK  THE  QUEEN'S   HOTEL.  Largo stock of high-class  specially  of  Ihe square   shoulder  fashion in coats.  imported goods.  "     "���       the  A  latest  AND AMATEUR  PHOTOGRAPHERS'  SUPPLIES OF  ALL KINDS.  DB1  & BOOK GO.  NKLSON. H. O.  Kootenay   Coffee  NKLSON. B. O.  Co.  Coffee roasters and dealer- In Tea ond Colfoe.  Offer fresh roasted coffee of bent quality as  follow. 1  Java aud Arabian Macha, |ier pound 9  40  Java and Mocha .fiend, _ pound*  1 00  Fine Santos,! pounda  1 00  Santos Blond, fi pounda ���. 1 00  Our Special Blond, e pounds  1 00  Our Rio Roast, S pound. _. 1 00  A total order aollolbed.   Salosroom 3 doors Bant  of Oddfellows block. Wonti Raker HtroflU.  W. REINHARD, M. D.  General Practice.  SPECIALTY:   F.yc,   Kur  and   None.  Oillce:   Bilker Street,  Telephone No. II.  near   fraternity Hull.  E P. Whalley, J. P.  NOTARY PUBLIC  O/Ilce with C. W. West & Co., corner Hall and  Baker streets.  . City ollleo of tho Nelson Scdawator Factory.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Millinery  Mrs. Unflcld has (ho finest nnd cheapest I.ng-  lish and American hats over ollered in the west,  Nice ready-to-wear hal.s for !*) ecu Is.  HALL BLOCK - NELSON.  Animatograph  and Musical  Entertainment  A grand concort will he held nt, Ihe Opera  House ou AVednesday, September 2ii.li, 1900, in  aid of the lieueral Hospital.  Paul's Famous  Animatograpl]  Mr  ffl  to  to  to  iti  to  to  iti  to  to  to  iti  iti  to  ffl  to  to  to  to  w  & oo.  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  FRED  IRVINE & CO.  ffl  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  ffl  ffl  ffl  iti  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  iti  ffl  '���^s_.^ - s>':�� ���.�� ��� a> ^ a ���>& _a ���_�� Pa --a --a -a ���-_& ���-_? ��� ___ '-a^ ��� __ ���-_? '-ia ��� _b ^e --^ '-s fy<<i^ii_!,g'{!'ft'tf,g,g'^'{''frftf,fg<'lt'^��'l,F��:  'ZS99-09-0-0.0-0-09-0-019-0-0-0-0-0^&9-**9 0-0'+*-0  ^S^^it.��..^C.C.^55".�����:*��.���*��.-��r^���>_..C:^^��_..5".w��.��_..^..*_..�����*���>��������  the dome of the observatory,so that  all.outside light was excluded, except .that which came from Venus,  through the open shutter of the  dome. Tiie time was the darkest  hour of the night, after the planet  had risen, and before the approach  of dawn. The action of light from  Venus was much stronger than anticipated, the photographic plates  being remarkably clear, intense, and  fully timed.  AMERICAN  AND  EUROPEAN  PLANS  Wholesale  Houses  NELSON  B.C.  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  rpuORPK Sc L'O., LIMIT-...).- Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in irrateil water., und  fruit syrups. .Sole agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.   Telephone (iu.  w.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  V. Ti.KT5.EL Sc CO.-Corner linker ami  Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealer.: In assayers supplies. Agents) (or Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.  OIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MAN LfF'ACTU RING  CO.���Corner Baker and Hall streets, Nel  aon, manufacturer.! of "Royal Heal" and "Koota  nay Belle" brand, of cigar.!. .  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. KVANS &  CO.-Baker street,  ���   wholesale    dealers   in   liquors,  Nelson   -~       vt iiutonuiu        moukji a       _ti      ii<_| iiu>__af        CiJJiil'H.  cement, lire hrick und lire clay, water pipe, and  steel rails, and general commie.ion merchants.  fieison Saw &  Planing Mills, Limited  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHT KU) HY. KLECTKICITY  AND"HEATED 11Y 3TJKAM  . 25 CUNTS TO |1  321 to 331 Baker Street, Nelson.  QUEEN'S HOTEL  KAIilCK STRKKT. NKLBOiV.  Lighted by Electricity :ancl Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and -��r__-oIase  dlnlDK-rooiii. Sample rooms (or commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  Njrs. E. C. Clarke, Prop.  LATK OV THK KOVAI, HOTKX, CALGARY  EVERY   DAY  AT  THE  ClubHotel  BIG   SCHOONER  Beer or Half-and-half only  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY KLl.CTI.K. SUPPLY & COjNT-  STRUCTION COMPAN Y-\Vholo.-aledeul-  er_ In telephones,'aiiinnieiutor.s. hell., batteries),  llsitui--, etc., Houston block, Nelson.  FLOUR AND PEED.  BRACKMAN -KKR MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cai'H shipped (o all Kootenay I'oints.  Grain elevators at all principal poinlson Calgary-  Edniontoii U. li. Mills at, Victoria, Ne.v Westminster, and Edmonton, Albertu.  niAYLOlt FRED Sc PRODUOl. CO.-Hnker  A..street. Nelson (George F. Motion'* old  standi, Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Oar lota a specialty. Correspondence' nolle!led.  Phone 20.  FttESH AND SALT MEATS.  PUUKNS &   CO.-rBakor . ntveat,   Nelson,  ���  .wholesale dealeru in fre.h and cured mual.a.  Cold Btorago.  GROCERIES.  MACDONALD '& CO.-Corni.r Kronl. and  Hall _l.reeU;, wholesale K'ocura and  'ohberri in blanket-, (.loves, in ills, boots, ruhbert.,  mackinaws and miners' sundries.  A.  KOOTENAY  SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelsou,   wholesalo  grocers.  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-  "    son, wholosale grocers.  -Front street, Nel-  Fa STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P.  ��� K. track, foot of Stanley street. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in provisions, produco and  fruits. Cold storage. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams. lard and othor products.  IQc  FRESH   XVJC   C00L  ^he_ooilj^good_Beer_IiiJ^elHon^^_  E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  Corner Stanley and Silica Straots.  T   Y. GRIFFIN & CO.  *i ���  -wholesale   doalers  meats, butter and ogge.  -Front street, Nelson,  in   provisions,   cured  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Baker and Josephino  ��� streets, Nelson, wholesalo dealers in hardwaro and mining supplies. Agents for Giant  Powder Co.  HARD WA UK    COMPANY���  ,  Nelson,   wholesalo   dealers in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers' supplios. - .  LAWRENCE  Bakor St.,  LIQUORS  AND DRY  'ON & CO.  GOODS.  Corner Vornon  N|adden House  Baker and Ward  Street*, Nelson  WILL UK  SHOWN FOIt TII 10  IN CANADA.  FIH..T  TIM I.  NAVAL  ANIMATED  PHOTOGRAPHS  MILITARY,    COMIC.  AND   DKAMATIC.  KPOI.TINC  Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Stroets.  P. O. Hot ��9. TELEPHONE NO. 95  ARCHITECTS. ;7~~  EWART -Sc   CARRIE���Architects.    Rooms 7  and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker street, Nelson.  ENGINEERS.  CUARLKS PAKKKR-Minlncr and milling en-  Klueer.  Turner-Boackb Block, 'liakpr etruet,  Nelson.  A Large Selection of Transvaal  War Pictures, Including Scenes of  Clencrul Cron.ioon the niaivh to Cawitown  under escort, of City Imperial Volunteer*.  Arrival hi Loudon of Naval  Brigade from  Liidysiuit.il, captain Lambton leading.  Scenes on the Modder River.  Triumphal on try inlol.looinfontein, etc.,etc.  Wednesday, Sept. 26th.  FOR SALE  and  3 lots corner of Hoover  Ward street���good view.  4 lots and cottage on Stanley-  street. _���  CHARLES  ST. BARBE, Agent  The only hotel iu .Nelsou that has remaluod  under one management since 1800.  The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by eleotrlolty.  The bar Is always fltookod by the best dom a-  tlo and Imported liquors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager  TURNER, BEET  and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesalo  dealers In liquors, cigars and dry goods. Agents  for Pabst Browing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal-  Kary.Brewing.Co.-Of-Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  stroet, Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholosale dealers in caps aud fuse, und electric  blasting apparatus.  SASH  JTELSON  SAW  Bar slocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  and Cigars. Beer ou draught. Largo comfortable rooms.   First-class IaWo hoard.  Estate of Henry A* Gervan  In lhe matter of the estate of HenryA.Ocrvan,  late of the City of..Nelson in the province of  British Columbia,deceased.  Notice Is hereby given'pursuant, to the "Trustees and KxecutorH Acf'/of th" revised statutes  of the Provide of British.Columbia, 1807, Cap  187. that all creditors and others having cUiiiw  against the estate of the said Honry' A. Gervan,  .vho died on or about, the 2t)th day of March,  1000. to send by post prepaid, ordelivurloMessrs.  Galliher Sc Wilson, of the cald City of Nelson,  solicitors for Thomas .1. McCammon. the administrator of the personal estate and -effects of the  said deceased, or to the said Thomas .I..McC'am-  inon",<3f'the City of Nelson .aforesaid, their christian and surnames,nddrcssFM and description-!,  the full particulars of their claims, the statement  of their accounts and the nature of the securities, if any, held by them, on or-before the 20th  day of October, 10(10.  And further take notice.that after such last  mentioned date the said administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of the deceased  among the parties ���entitled thorcto. having regard only to tho claims which lie sliall then have  notice, and Uio said administrator .will not he  liable for the said assets or any.part thereof to  any person or persons of whoso claims notice  shall nothave been received by-hint at the time  of such distribution.  QALLIHRR Sc WILSON,  Solicitors for Thomas .1. McCammon, admini.-  tator for Henry A. Gervan, deceased.  Dated this '.'UUi day ni September. ISOO,  AND DOORS.  AND PLANINO MILLS,  LIMITKD-Corner Front and Hall stroets,  Nelson, manufacturers of aud wholesalo dealers  lu sash and doors; all kinds of factory work mado  to order. . ���  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINK COMPANY. LIMI-  TMD-Corner Kront aud Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In wines (case and bulk,  and domestic "And Imported clgaiu  {.elson Furqkure  Company's Sale  Tlt.NDI.1.3 are called for on Iho stock or the  above (Jompitny.  Pealed tenders addressed R. W. Day, liquidator, Nolson, and marked '"renders for  Furniture Stock,"  Tenders will be opened at 12 noon, Thursday,  September 27th.  Highest or any 'tender not necessarily accepted.  Terms: 25 per cent cash, balance 1. 2, ,'l and I  months on approved security.at. 8 .per cunt.  List of stock to be seen at. R. W. Day's ofllce,    Bank of Halifax.  R. AY.  DAY, Liquidator,  Nelson, H. c.  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  Offlce Corner Ijall arid Front Streets  Factory Hall Street Crossing G. P. R. Track  Mills Hair Street Wharf  J. M.JLUDWIC  Manufacturers of and  dealers iu Harness, Pack  and Stock Saddles, Apara-  joes. Collars, Bridle, and  Whips.  Nelson Harness Shop  Hall Streot, Nelson.  C. W. West & Co.  COAL!      WOOD!  Hard Coal        <ftfl CR j Crow's Next      <JJR IK  Anthracite      ��*'00|coal 90.10  DELIVEBBD  AOKNTS   IMPISIIIAL  OIL  COMPANY, Lti>.  No order ean be accepted unless accompanied  by cash.  ���___  Oflice:   Corner nf Hall  and llaker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  COSTELLO'S EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  Baggage and express moved to any part of the  city. ^Special attc^iUoii_Kiven_to^hea.vy_iteainitig._^^==_Tl!e-matter=of=thc=co-partiier.ship=of=]vel]y=&===  Oillce corner Victoria aiid Ward streets.   Tele-     Steeper of NcIhoii.H. C, liverymen,  phone 192. XV. A. COSTKLLO. Managor. All persons havinpf claims against the co-part-  ler.ship of Kelly & Steeper above, named or the  ESTATE   OF   JAMES   KELLY.  In the matter of the estate of James Kelly, late  nf the City of Nelson, in the county of Kootenav,  province of IlritNh Columbia, livery stable  keeper, deceased.  Notice is hereby yiveu pursuant lo tho "Trustees and Kxeeutors Act" of thu Kevised Statutes  of the Province of Hritish Columbia, 1867, Chapter 1S7, that nil creditors and others iiuviinr  claims against Ihe .state; of tin: said James Kelly,  who died on or about the lSt.li day of October.  IS!)!), are required, on or before thu 1st day of fc  vember. 1!KKI, to "end by past prepaid or dolivet  lo Messrs. Taylor Sc llanninRion, of the City nl  Xelson, aforesaid, solicitors of Hiohard W. Day,  of the City of Nelson aforesaid, the udniinisenior of the real and personal etlVcts of the said deceased, or to said Itiohuid AY. Day, their Christian and surnames, addresses aiul descriptions,  the full particulars of their claims, the stale  ment of I heir accounts and the nature of lhe securities, if any, held by them.  And further take notic that after such last  mcnl.iuned date the said administrator will proceed to distribute Ihc assets of the deceased  anions tln> parties entitled thereto, having regard only to Ihc claims whicli he shall then have  notice, and the said administrator will uot bo  liable for the said assets or any part thereof lo  any person or persons of whoso claims notice  shall nothave been received by him at the time  of such distribution.  TAYLOU & IfANNINOTOV,  Solicitors for Kiehard W. Day, administrator  for .lames Kelly, deceased.  Dated the lltii day of August, 19O0.  NOT1CK  Lethbridge Calt Goal  The best value for tho niouoy In tha market  for all purposes.  TKHMS OAflH        VV. 1'. TlKRNItY. Goneral AgOIlt  Tolonhnnn 147.    O'llnn with C. D. J. Christie.  -A_. j__3_rsrsa?E3_A-_D.  Contracting 1'aint.ei.i, Decorators,Papcrhungors.  Full Hue of wall paper, mouldings, elc,   Kalso-  miuiiiK and Tinting.   Strictly lirst-clasM  work.  Kstiniatos furnished.  Kesldonco Mill Street,  Opposite School House  NELSON, B. C.  FfiATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NKLSON LODG1C, NO. 23, A. V. Sc A. M.  Meets second Wednesday iu eaoh month.  Sojournltit. brethrou invited.  KNiUHTS OK PYTHIAS��� Nolson Lodge, No,  25, Knights of Pythias, ii.ooUi.lr__. O. O.K.  Hull, corner Baker and Kootonay streets,  Tuosday evening  oordlally Invited to attend.  J. A. 1'aquette, K. of R. Sc S.  iay streets.-every  Visltiuc. Knlghte  K. J. Bradley, C.C.;  OVel  NELSON L. O. L.. No. 1092, moots In I. O. O. K.  HaU, corner llaker and Kootoiuty streets,  1st) and Srd  Friday of  bret hern cordially Invited  7.  NOTICE.  T() AliOIIITKCTS, ILVION  MUX  AM) TIIK    PUBLIC  UKXKIMf.l.V:  The firm of Lister &; "Kerr, contractors, which  was placed on thu un'nlr list hy Lhe grievance  committee of the Trades and Labor Council of  this city, is no longer doing business, hut is dissolved. The new ilrm of Kobert Kerr Sc Co. is in  no way connected wilh tho formnr company. An  agreement has been eulerod into between the  arbitration committee ot the trades council and  the linn of Robert Kerr Sc Co. similar to that  which exists between the Carpenters' Union and  all contracting firms of Nelson. The new firm  being a fair one wc have much pleasure in commending it to the kind consideration of all union  men and sympathize!s of organized labor. This  notice does not apply to Mr, Lister, who Js still  on the unfair list.  Signed for the executive committee,  C. ,L CLAYTON, P.e. itlen..  .1. H. MATHK30N, Secretary.  Nelsou Trader and Labor Council.  each  mouth." Visitini  d.   lt. Kobliison, W.  W. Crawford, Recording-Secretary.  NKLSON iKRIB, Number 22, Fraternal Ordor  of Eagles, meets every second.aud fourth  Wodnesday iueach month in Fraternity Hall,  Visiting brethren woloome. W. Gosnell, Presl  deub.   Charles Prosser. Seoretary.  SlJOSEPH'S SCHOOL  NKLSON, 11. C.  A boarding and day school conducted by the  Sisters of St. Joseph of Poaco. It is situated at  the corner of Mill and Josephino streets in one of  the best residential portloiiB of Nolson, and Is  easily accessible from all parts of tho city.  Tho course of study includes the fundamental  and higher branches of thorough English .duca-  tion:- Business 'course���bookkeeping,   steuog-  said liveiy stable business as carried on under  the name of Kelly & Steeper are requested U>  hand forthwith to Richard VV. Day, their names  aud full particulars of their said claims.  TAYLOR Sc HANNINGTON.  Solicitors for Kiehard XV. Day, Administrator.  TRADES   UNIONS.  NKLSON MINIMIS'"UNION NO. 9G, W. V. o  M.���Moots iii .'minora' union rooms, north-  oast corner Victoria and Kootonay streets, every  Vii ���  Saturday evening at.8 o'clock,  hors vvoloonio. M. It,  raphy aud typewriting.  ,1a  ' '   ' ' '           #_.    Science.course���muslo;  vocal and instrumental, drawing, eto. Plain art  aud needlework, etc.  Next term commences September 3rd.  For torm- and parUindura apply to tho Slater  BiiperlOT.iJ        'islting mom-  Mowal.t, President. Jaimi  Wilkes, Socretary. Union Scai.k ov Waukb  kom jVici.son DisTKtcr���Per shift, rnuuhlno  men, $.'t.;'>0: haiuuiursinun miners. ��.'(.2.3; muckers,  carmen, shovelurs and other underground laborers, $.').<I0.  TRADKS AND LAIIOK COUNCIL.���The rovii-  lar meotings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will bu hold iu the minors' union hall,  corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on the  llrst and third Thursday of each mouth, ati  7.30 p.m. G. .1. Thorpe, PresidenL J.H. Matheson, Socretary.  THK rogular meetings of the Carpenters' Union  aro hold on Weduosduy evening of each  woek, at 7 o'clock, in the.Mlners' Union hall corner Victoria and Kootenny streets. K. Robin-  son, President.   James Colling, Secrotary.  BAKBKKS' UNlOiV.���Nelson Union, jNo. liH), of  the International Journeymen Barber's Union of America, meets every first and third Monday of each month in Miner's Union Hall, corner  of Victoria-and Kootenay streots, at 8:30-p.m.  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially invited to  attend. J.H. Matheson, President. XV. S. Bel-  ville, Socretary.  ���DRICKLAYKRS AND MASONS' UNION.  ���*-��. The Bricklayors and Masons' International  Union No. 3 of Nelson meets second and fourth"  Tuesdays in each month at Miners Union hall,  J. W. Etcher, presidont; Joseph Clark, recording  and corresponding secretory.        -    ' ���  Pro  . meets in  Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner of Baker and Kootenay streets, every Monday evening  ut7:30 p.m. sharp. Visitingmembersof tneAmerf-  can-Federation cordially invited to attend. A. W.  McFoe. Presidont Percy Shackelton. Secretary.  ���The rogular      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 evening in the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley afreet., at  So'clook. J. D. Merer, president; Donald Mp  J"_��_n,j.*prat*rjr)  T ABOREltS' UNION.-NelHon Laborers'  A-*   tective Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L., mei  NKLSON PAINTERS' UNION-  meeting of tho  Painters'  V  T W-___T________yg!-_?__rVtir. TEE 3^IBl^^ TUESDAY; SEPTEMBER-25, 1000  it  xa  iii  *S,.t5_Z . MJJ .<IST' ^���'ST*^* sr"^**Br* '"��*. �����_; ��� ^���� *^ ��� ^. ��� w ��� *���*. <*s* ���������*��*. ***< ��� "<*<.  '0Br'-j00 ��� "0_0 ��  ' flCf- f_U< ��� /__f- #__. ,y__t   ^0 ' ^  ___>���' ^ ���___!___ ��__���_��>.'  til  Xii  tit  Xii  tit  tii  tit  tit  Xii  tit  Xit  tii  _   i*��A  xii  xii  xa  xa  tii  tii  iii  Xit  xa  tii  iii  tii  tit  Xit  xa  xa  Ml  '-W��  ��� ^_____:  til  tit  xa  xa  tii  Xti  Xii  til  xii  tit  tii  Xit  iti  Xii  Xii  Hi  iii:  tit  tit  tit  tii  tii  tii  tii  tit  tit  Xii  Xti  Xii  xa  Xii  xa  xti  7'SI  vym!  v.vl  '���' A���W' _���W ' '������-..  . ^__ . \  : ��� ^.__. ��� ��__ ���  BANK OF MONTREAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  KBST     7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presidont.  H'jii. (icorge A. Druiumoud Vice-President  K. ti. Cluiiston General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In London (l.ngland) Nkw Yokk,  C'iiioauo, aud all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange aud Cable  Transfers.  Grunt Commercial and Travelers' Crodlts,  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado, Ktc.  Saving's Bank Branch  C-KKKNT l.ATI. OK INTKI-KH.' PAIT).  TO reculatT the weight  Of Baker's Loaves.  At last ui^lit's council meeting  the firewardens, ahlerman Arthur  aiul ohief Thompson, : reported the  results of their inspection of the  city. Tliey made recommendations  as follows: Owing to the difficulty'  of. reach ing that portion of the city  east of Josephine street and .south  of linker stroet thnt.KOO feet of the  old hose he pinned nt the corner of  Hendryx and Mill streets; the  placing of hydrants at the corner  of Silica and Cedar streets, Hendryx  and Front streets and Lake and  if all sti eets; the clearing of Hendryx  street from Front to the 0. P. It.;  stopping the storing of goods or  rubbish beneath sidewalks or in  alleys.  -Mayor Houston;remarked that  the small building erected at the  corner of Hall and Front streets to  keep auxiliary hose for use in an  emergency had only three lengths  of hose in it at the present time,  while a reel for which the city paid  $700, was standing outside the fire  lui II exposed to the weather. He  suggested that the. Front street  building be enlarged to accommodate the reel which:would thus be:  pu t to use and protected from the  weather. In event of a fire this  hose could be got into play while  the alarm was being sent to the fire  hall. The council agreed to the  proposition.  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, If. W. T.  In regard to the storing of rubbish beneath sidewalks, it was  pointed out that the fire limits bylaw empowered the chief of the fire  department to deal with^this practice.  The report of the lire wardens  -was-adopted; =   Chief Thompson applied for leave  of absence to attend the annual  meeting of fire chiefs at Spokane  next month.    _f run ted.  A largely signed petition against  the existence of Chinese-wash-  houses on Victoria.street was read.  The citizens signing the petition  claimed thelaundries were a menace  to the health of the neighborhood  and damaged the value of property. The inatter was .referred to  the medical health officer.  Tho mayor reported that the Ci.  1*. U. asked $S0O for the two lots  adjoining the city hall, with certain deductions which reduced the  figure by about $100. The city, it  appears, however, is occupying a  C. I'. It. lot on the side hill used by  the corporation for bringing in  water, while the company wishes  to obtain a small piece of land on  Stanley or Lake streets, and suggests a deal. He suggested that  the whole matter bo included in a  by-law to be submitted to the ratepayers at the next municipal election. The agreement with the  company might include a clause requiring the C. P. R. to give the  city a right-of-way over its land  for a trunk sewer. The present  outlets were not satisfactory in  high water. The matter will be  further discussed later on.  The bread bylaw was read a  second and third time and left over  to the next meeting for final consideration and passage. It provides  that every loaf of bread sold in the  city shall be of the full weight of  one pound, with an allowance after  24 hours of one otiuce for shrinkage.  Tiie chief of police is empowered by  Imperial Bank of Ganada  ill.AD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized $2,500,000  Capital Paid up $2,458,603  Rest ��� $ 1,700*000  D. It. Wilkie, General. Manager.  K. Hay, Inspecter.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 llaker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  the measure to inspect all bread  manufactured in the city, and to  seize any found under the standard.  A penalty clause is also attached.  The members present at the session were: Mayor Houston, aldermen McKillop, Morrison and Arthur.  ALONG THE WATER FRONT  New Launches Talked Of.  The level of the lake at Nelson  has roceded twelve feet from this  year's high water mark, and i.s still  Ah feet above ordinary low water  mark. The dead level of low water  should be reached about January  1st. This year's high water mark  was one foot lower than that of  ISOO and four feet lower than in  JS9S. _____  O'eorge Hale i.s building a workshop on the shore at the end of his  floating wharf. The building will  be ���'.0x50,.. and aviII be completed  within a few: weeks. The present  workshop is to be utilized as a boat-  house.    .'.;.-'.  The hull of captain J. W. Troup's  new launch is lying at Hale's boat-  house and the work of setting it  up is to be commenced shortly. She  will not be launched this fall. The  hull will be fifty feet over all, with  a seven foot beam, .which will give  thecraft fast lines. The frame is  to be steel-planked with coast fir,  making a light but unusually strong  hull. The power will be furnished  by a fore and aft compound engine  and the launch when -completed  should be the fastest boat of its  size on the lake.  J. H. Matheson will probably convert the sloop yacht Gladiolus into  a gasoline launch. The craft is 27  feet long-, with a beam of 8 -feet,  and will make a staunch and roomy  .launch. Mr. Matheson talks .of  equipping her with a 0 horse-power  three cylinder motor, which will  generate a speed iu the fdadioltis'  hull of 8 to 9 miles per hour.  The tug ymir went ashore on a,  bar in the narrows yesterday morning while towing a barge to Nelson.  The Jvoknnee and Procter were dispatched to heir relief, but the International of the K. R. & N. line took  her off before .the C. P. R. boats arrived.    No damage was done.  George Hale will build a   10-foot  launch   this   winter.     It   Avill   be  equipped  with   a   12  horse-power  juotp_r_and_buil t-to^atta i n-f .-speed-  of 12 miles per hour.  A number of snipe have been  killed this fall on the Hat betweeu  -%*  NOTICE.  "Utt.i.s or SjW.k Art:"  Hi* Honor the Lieutoniiti.-Ooveriior, iiiiilor.lho  provision., of section !) of the "Mills of SjIo Act,'  as enacted hy section '.' of the "Hills of Sale Act,  Amendment Act.. I8IKI." has I icon pleased to niter  the place far the registration of Hills of Sale "for  the remainder of ihe County of ICoolonny,"u.. ful.  lows, namely:  For that. part, of the County of Kootenay being  the territory cov. red hy the North Hiding of  Kast Kootenay i_lcctoi.il District.:  The otllce ol the Registrar of the County Court,  al (..olden.  For that part of the County of JCoolciuiy bolng  the territory covered hy the Itcvclstoko Riding  of tho West Kootenny Electoral District:  The ollice of the Registrar of the County Court  at. Revelstoke.  Such alteration In lake eU'ect. on tho 1st day of  Octoher, 1800. .1. D. PHRNTTTR.  Provincial Seerelarv.  Provincial Secretary's Ofllce,  ("ith September, WOO.  DISSOLUTION  OF   PARTNERSHIP"  Notice Is hereby given that tho partnership  heretofore existing between Edward C. Cordingly and A. W. Purdy, carrying on business as  Furniture Dealers, in the City of Nelson, under  the luuno, style ana Ilrm of. the Nelson Furniture  Company, has this day.beendissdlved by mutual  consent. Richard W. Day. of Nelson, U, Ct, accountant, hus been appointed.receive.- to wind  up the affairs of the Hi in, to whom all accounts  due, the Ilrm must he paid, and all claim- ugainst  the firm should.be sent.  Witness: K..C. COKDLVOLY  W. A. GALLlHER.      ,    A. W. PURDY.  Dated this llrst day of August, A. D. lflOO, at  the Oity nf Nelson.  A special ineelingo. Nelson Trades and labor  Council will lie held on Tuesday evening, 251 h  instant., at .Miners' Colon liall at 1:'M o'clock  sharp for the purpose of electing three delegates  to attend a convention of all labor nnd reform organizations in Yale-Cuiiboo constituency, lo be  held nt Nelson, B. C, on October :jl.d. 1H0O, for  the purpose of adopting soma defln ie uniform  plan of action In the approaching Dominion elections. Delegates from all affiliated unions are  hereby urgently requested.to at'end.  C. J. CLAY ION, President,  .7. H. MaTHKSO.V, Secretary,  Nelson Trades and -Labor Council.  the Nelson Tee Company's slip and  tho C. P. R. dock. Captain Gore  holds the record with eight birds  for eight barrels. The birds arc exceedingly wild now owing to the  amount of shooting done iu the  neighborhood.  Gon^aetors and Builders  WILL DO WKLL TO  Buy Their Lumber  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large stock of. Urn .-claws dry material on  hand, also a full lino ot Hash, doors, luoaldlntfs,  burned work, eto. ___-.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yard i  Foot of Hondryx streeb, Nolson  Telephono. o! John Bae,Agent  ROYAL SEAL  AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS  UNION MADE  Kootenay Cigar Mfg. So.  NKLHO.V, RKlTISn OOI.UMIIL.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  "Windows  Inside Finish  . local,and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and   Dressea~Lumber  Provincial Board of Health  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  ol all kinds.  19 WHAT VOU WANT 18 NOT IN BTOCK  WU WILL MAKK IT. WOK YOU  CALL AND GOT PRICKS.  J. A. Sayward  HAL., AND LAKK HTRK-T8. NKLSON  Porto Rico LumberCo.  (LIMITED)  COftNKK OF  HKNDKYX AND VIORWON 8TBKKT8  Regulations for -the Detection and  Treatment of a Disease- Known  as Bubonic Plague.  Approved liy Order of His Honor the Lieutenant  (.jovernor-in-Council, dated the titti day oi"  September, I9u0.  1. All sick Chinese or Japanese must send or  kH-c notice ot tlieir illnes.. to tbe Health Olllcer  or= Police CoiiMtuble in the 'district whore such  Chinese or Japanese reside.  fxiiiiiijti_iiJXixuiiiriiijiixi.icrturir_iiiJMura3qf  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car, Load of  Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  i,xxiJj.riiiiirxr>:ui.iiru>.iru_3r.yru-_ct-CXXixin-riKxiiyn  81  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lurqber Always in  Stocr;.  ' We  carry a complete   stock of  Coast Plooriug, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash aud Doors.  Special order work will  receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  ���2rPliy_icians in attendance on sick Chinese or  Japanese shall notify the Health Ottlceror Chairman of the Local Board of Health of Municipalities; or, if in an outlying district, the Oovnrn-  inent Agent, must be notified. 'Such notification  should state tho cause of Illness and the condition of tho glands throughout the body of thu  sick person, aiul should be delivered to the  Health Olllcer, Chairman of the Local Hoard of  Health, or Government. Agent, us tho case may  be, at the earliest possible opportunity.  3. In City Municipalities the Medical Health  Ofll.or shall be notified within six hours of the  death of.any Chinese or Japanese, by the person  on whose premisos such cleat li occurred, or by  some relation or person having charge of thu  person so dying.  I. In _.iir.il Municipalities the Medical Health  Olllcer, or Chairman or Secretary of the Local  Hoard of Health must bo untitled within m\.  hours cf Hitch doatlis, und in outlying districts  the Government Agent or Provincial Oonslabla  sliall bo not illcd within twelve hour:, after such  death, oraa soon after tut possible. Certificates  as to the cause of death must bo signed by tho  Health Olllcer In Municipalities, and In outlying  district* by tho Government Agent, or some person duly authorized by him.  i. Any person violating any provision of these  regiiluuous, shull lie liable, upon summary conviction before any two Justices of the Peace, for  every such oll'enae, to u flue not exceeding ono  hundred dollars, with or without cost)., or to imprisonment, with or without hard labor, fora  term not exceeding six months, or to both flno  and Imprisonment, iu the discretion of the convict ing court.  CHARLES .1. KAGAN, M. D..  Secretary, Provincial Hoard of Health.  Hy Command,  J. D. PRRNTICE,  Provincial Secretary.  Victoria, li. C. September 8th, 1300.   The Athabasca Gold Mine  Limited   -1 H. D.  ASHCROFT  R. REISTERER & CO. blacksmithing  URUWKKfc) _NB> BOOTUUOf OV  FINE LAGER.BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt) and rogutar  n&7&%������    ****���***&  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by ��  flwt>oT>ua wheelwright. ...  Special attention (riven to all kinds of repair-  _____ *ud Mutofu work trow outoUa potnta..   .  X    gfaapi ��� MaiTat,, bateam -Itekae -*&A Vwaou.  One Shilling Per Share Dividend.  N-Lhon-. H. C��� September'.'0. liWO.���The direo  lorn of tbis company have declared a dividend of  one. shilling por share, or live-per .cent on Hie  capital stock of tho company, payable on the Hist,  of October proximo,   under the scheme of reconstruction lately carried out, the second call  of ono shilling per share (originally fixed for I ho  '8th of September and subsequently postponed)  is due on October 18th proximo.   In the ca<;e of  the Canadian shareholders, and in order to wva  Uiem unnecessary trouble, the following plan  will be adopted. On all shares on which only thu  first call has been paid the receipt for the second  call will- be sent to. tho owners oft he sbnre-> as  registered in.thucoinpauy's books as soon after  the first, of October as possible, on all'shares on  which two (or three) calls have been paid the  dividend wilt be paid bv bank cheok to the registered ownera of such shares.  E. NKLSON FELL _I_na_8r��  "i j1 y-jiV- yyi^^ V^'f^^. ^^.> >^<^^. Ck  'y'iy*  ^.,5} i|Vi,  Oct THE TOIBTJNE: NELSON, B.C., TUESDAY SEPTEMBER 25 WOO  ���8  i(S-'  I?:.:  m?_>  ���i  _&.  U  *',�����>  Ni  ���a..  _$��  P  if  l$*  m  Is I  .7  It-  Queen Viotoria Chocolates  TBC3U   BEST   OUST  THE   DyC-A-_R_K:ET  SOLD   OISTIa'X-   BY  W. F.  _?XTT   XTI5   X3ST   25   _A._N":D  SO   CE3STT   BOXES  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  217 AND 21!) HA KER STREET. NF.LSOV.  ��8  It.-;.  ���*._ -  i_v.  -fl .  to  to  to  iti  iti  to  iti  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  iti  iti  ffl  ffl  to  ffl  to  to.  to  to  _. A __��__________:_____ ________________________ ���s,-a,S,^,--.,^5>,S''^,3B''S,-^T-1 i  /y/5fr^5.'S-8_.S.5S^'8-'-��f"8'-��:^ -0-0-0.0-0-0-0-0-0-0-0/-_yi  ;V- t*__  1890���Established in Nelson���1890  OUR  WINDOW  FOR  Gut Glass and  Manicure Sets  RV BUYING  DIUKi T FROM THE  MAN'UKAOTUKKtt  I AM  NOW ABLE TO  SKLL 40  PKH CENT  CHEAPER  THAN'   LAST  YEAR  CALL AND INSPECT OUR GOODS  THE JEWELER  NELSON  Jacob Dover  Our Watch ancl Jewelry department have  no epual in the Kootenays  Mail orders receive our prompt attention  C. P. R. Watch Inspector  Wi  to  to  to  to  to  to  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  to  iti  to  to  iti  to  to  iti  to  iti  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to JACOB  DOVER'S,   "THE  JEWELER" S  Wl >ffl  THE LATEST  THE LATEST  .   IN   CANNED   MEATS   IS  V_3_D______I_i HiO-A^  ITS  DELICIOUS.   TRY  IT.  ,  SEND   US  YOUR  ORDER  FOR  FRUIT AXD FRUIT JARS.  THE WESTERN MERCANTILE COMPANY, Ltd.  Baker Street. GROCERS. Nelson, B. C  ar ������������_        7.  Ufa  ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  Wo have sold 75 per cent of all the  Portland Cement 'ffl  Fire Brick Fire Clay g  and Sewer Pipe 'ffl  USED IN KOOTENAY ffl  ffl  ffl  ffl  Just received carload Dominion Ale and Porter W.  o -.    (PINTS AND QUARTS) W  Dominion White Label Ale (pints and quarts).   This is ^  the finest Ale brewed in Canada. .M  Dominion Bulk Ale (15 gallon kegs) ^K,  Teacher's Scotch Whiskey is still the best. ak,  $1  ffl  H. J. EVANS & CO.  i'/_3'e_,-  \m  m  ffl  1^  m  ?m  _I3TJ"y  %  #  W  M  m  HUME ADDITION  JLOTS  GAMBLE & O'REILLY, Agents  Mi  #88 fIlIkrI I IT COSTS BUT ONE CENT | ffi S^gggs  To drop _8 a postcard that wo may call and give estimates.   It saves many dollars.  Never  have any plumbing done until you  have scon our goods and our prices.  GITY LOCAL NEWS  OPP08ITE  jrufitromcK.  STRACHAN BROTHERS, Plumbers.  James Lawrencu returned yesterday from a month's trip to Win-  uipeK. Mrs. Lawrence and family  returned with him.  On August 19th Rev. Robert  Frew addressed a meeting at Haddo  House, Aberdeen, the residence of  lord Aberdeen, and nn the following  Sunday preaehed in the private  ohapel, lord Aberdeen reading the  lesson. His lordship is sending  heather from his estate to decorate  the table at the next banquet of  the Nelson St. Andrew's Society.  Thomas W.- Lambert, one of the  locators of the Joker group in Camp  Mansfield, left last night for Thoih-  bury, Ontario,, where Tie will spend  the winter.  Duncan McArthuv, the railroad  laborer who died at the hospital on  Saturday, will be buried this afternoon. The authorities have failed  to locate any of the deceased man's  friends.  E. R Crawford and wife will return from Spokane today. They  will reside on the east side of Cedar  street between Victoria and Silica  streets.  : Star of Kootenay Lodge, A. O. P.,  will meet tomorrow night iu  Fraternity hall to elect delegates to  the district high court at the. Coast.  The Nelson charity organization  will meet shortly to organize for  the winter. Tho association has  distributed several hundred dollars  during the year, and makes a special  feature of satisfying itself as to the  merits of every application for  relief.  The management of the Methodist church is figuring on the installation of a pipe organ at an  early date, and is corresponding  with vaiious eastern manufacturers.  It "will be the first instrument of the  kind in the city.  President Shaughnessy of the  Canadian Pacific railway, is expected.to reach.Nelson on Friday or  Saturday and to remain in the city  for a few hours. He will come in  over the new Balfour extension,  connection having been established  with the N. & F. S. between Five-  Mile Point and Nelson.  Ewart & Carrie are preparing  plans for two residences to be  erected at a co3t of $1300 each by  Mrs. J. MeLeod on lots 0 and 7,  block 17, Victoria street. Building  operations will'be commenced at  once. - = ���  A wire hanging front the electric  light post at the southwest corner  of Victoria and Josephine streets  became charged with the current  last night. The current was not  heavy enough to injure anyone, but  a few people happened to touch the  wire and received lively shocks.  The C. P. R. switch engine No.  109, which was damaged in the  yards here several days since, came  i n=yesterday~f rom=the=repai r���shops=  at Revelstoke. The damage was  not as serious as first thought.  James Marshall and William Morrison have been received at the provincial gaol to serve a two months'  sentence for assaulting a cripple at  Rosebery. The men were tried by  magistrate Fauquier at Nakusp,  and were brought in by special  constable Henderson.  The civic authorities have dispatched a letter to the promoters  of the proposed woolen industry,  explaining that tho best available  site on the lake front is shortly to  be conveyed to the city by the provincial government and that every  possible encouragement will be accorded the industry should it be  located in Nelson.  "The Nelson Retail Grocer's Association'meets in the Knights of Pythias hall tomorrow night to complete organization and draft a line  of action for the future.  The first snow of the season was  seen yesterday morning on the peak  of Kokanee mountain. Last year  the peak was capped two weeks  earlier.  J. McCartney, foreman of construction for the Kootenay Lake  Telephone Company, is in the city  with a gang of ten men and has  started on the work of .improving  the telephone system as outlined by  general manager Kent ou his last  visit to the city.  The work at the electric light  dam is being carried on steadily.  The workmen excavated through  the bed of sand and discovered a  .stratum of cemented gravel which  makes an excellent foundation for  lhe timbering and crib work. The  timbers are now being placed in  position and puddled with day.  The city engineer estimates that  the dam will Vie completed in two  weeks.  The'entertainment at the opera  house tomorrow:night promises to  he rao3t interesting. The moving  pictures of the South African war  include a series of stirring scenes,  and the balance of the views are  said to be of unusually excellence.  The animatograph is admitted to be  the most perfect machine of the  kind yet exhibited and the citizens  of Nelson will see the apparatus  operating for the first time on this  continent. The proceeds of the  concert are for the general hospital  funds.  D. Stephens, port engineer of the  C. P. R. fleet, returned last night  from Nakusp, where he has beeu  working on the engines of the  Slocan lake flotilla.  Canadian Nominated in England.  Hamilton Herald.  The news that Gilbert Parker has  been nominated by the Conservatives of Gravesend to represent  that constituency' in the British  house of commons (a nominatian  which is equivalent to election) will  be learned ~.with'--pleasure' by Canadians. Mr. Parker's rise as a man  of letters has been rapid. When he  left Canada (some fourteen years  ago) he was an obscure young  teacher of elocution who had dabbled a little in poetry and journalism, lu Australia he did some  creditable jeurnalistic work, but  failed to earn a reputation. Then  he went to London and served a  long apprenticeship in magazine  hack-work. It was an uphill light,  but the young Canadian was not a  man to be easily daunted, aud he  cheei fully worked away,' patiently  waiting for the recognition which  he knew his merits deserved. At  last his reward came. In .1802  Pierre and, -His People was published, and the world saw that a  new writer of great talent had appeared upon the scene. Since then  Mr. Parker has published several  books, all of whicli have met with  great favor and have increased his  fame. He is uow acknowledged to  be one of the foremost writers of  English fiction.  Frank C. Campbell Dead.  Frank C. Campbell, late of the  Clark hotel, died Monday night at  San Francisco. Deceased had boen  in poor health since .January, and  left Nelson a. couple-of weeks ago  to travel south in search of health.  The news of his sudden demise was  wired to G. W. Bartlett here yesterday, and the body will be sent- to  Coon Rapids, Iowa,.for burial. The  late Frank Campbell was 8(5  years  ESTABLISHED 1892  H.   BYERS   &  CO.  HARDWARE  ESTABLISHED 1892  Garden,-Mill, Steam arid  Suction  ^Hose.  Crucible   Cast   Steel   Wire Rope  5-16 to 1-in. in  stock.  Leather and   Rubber Belting.  Sheet, Square and Round Rubber  Flax and Garlock Packing  Pipe Fittings, Brass Goods, Rails  Black  and Galvanized Sheet Iron  Soft Sleel Plates  1-8, 3-10 and 1-4 x 72, 96 and 120  AgciitH���Trimx Ore Cars, (Hunt Powder, ami Metropolitan Ku.._, elc.  H. BYERS & CO.  'NKLSON  KASLO  SANDON  old and a Nova Scotian. He came  to Kootenay from the Coast in 1804  and established the Campbell-house  at Sirdar, which he owned at the  time of his death. About a year  ago he acquired the Clarke house  here with George W. Bartlett and  retired from the firm on July 19th,  owing-to bad health. He was a  member of Nelson Aerie, Finteral  Order of Eagles.  HOTEL   ARRIVALS.  GENUINE BARGAINS  ������.-^.^ifc^faM^���*���M^���^.^���^�������_��������t���__^^���^.  __-,_.   ��� _-_. ���  _-       - ��� -_._         - -���"-_���___       - --��� L  In all Lines of Fishing Tackle, Guns,  Rifles and Ammunition   .   .   .   .  JIUMK.���-I. S. Logan. Holland; U. T. Kings-  bury, 1'erey Dickinson,Slocan; Robert. A mlerson,  Vancouver; Gordon WuiNworl.ti, Montreal;  Wngene Ci'oteMi, Ymir; P. M.lnglis. Hamilton;  B. 5. Heist riuan, Vi I >ria; Henry Hoy, Ro.s_-  bind; Fred P. Itplchor, Vancouver; R. Mt-Giiire,  Molly tiibson mine; Ci. i\l. ICincmul wife. Uo s-  land; _Iiirt{nerite Harris Mrs. Jpiinie It. Ilanis,  Kaslo: .Mrs. A. Ogletrce. PminKfi la Prairie; Ij.  Garland, I'orrago la Prairie; G. \V. - L'lwson,  Toronto.  P1IA1I..-H. ���!���_. IHvison, Toronto: W. I,.  Howes, St. Pii'nl: W. A. Davies, Kaslo: .1. I.esero  and wife, Moiitreal: C. II. Ilnteliins, Toronto; A.  U. Priobard, Tacoma.  Qi;RKN'!��.-D. T. Med in lock. Owen Sound,  Ont.irin; D. A. Cameron. Ymir:'Mrs. .1. Gorman,  Five-mile Point: ���Airs'. Carson, Ymir; Mis. .1. .'.  McParlane, Krie; Norman Carmieluu-l, Mjlly  Gibson mine; .1. .1. Bow, Spokane.  . BUSINESS   MENTION.  For     Rent���Store    in   Tremont  Hotel blook. Apply lo jMalona & Tregillus,  Tremont hotel.  AVanted���engineer for  Red  Star  boat.   App'y at ollice Df Ontario Powder Works.  Nicely Furnished  Kooms���corner  Vernon and Cedar streets.  To Let���Karly next month, store  In brick block with collar. Apply C. \V. West &  Co., corner Hall aiul Baker streets.  For Rent���AV'ell Furnished rooms,  bath, eleetiic lights, hot air. Jlrs, Ogilvie, north  side Carbonate street, between Josephine and  Ward.  To rent���No. 293  Victoria streot,  a six-roomed house.. Apply to V, .1. Bradley  & Co.  Large furnished rooms to�� let.  Apply Macdonald building, comer ol Josephine  and Vernon streets. ���  Hack   calls  left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vornon street. Telephono  call 35.  T. H. BROWN  JEWELER.  QUALITY  Richness, style and durability���these are the points in  our jewelry that interests buy-  ,ers; but even they must depend on the honesty and good  juTdgmentTaf'the^^  selection of the best qualities.  We are ready to refund the  money for any article not exactly as represented.  T.H.BROWN  STANLEY PIANOS  178 Baker Street     :.    .(.'Nelson, B.C.  D. J* Dewar, J. P.  Notary Public���Conveyancer.  FOR SALE.  Six lot.., cornor Hull and Observatory stroets,  faeiiiK lhe lake. Will sell in block or separately, $_:00 each. These are good lot. ami  good value.  Five-room cottage, full plumbing���new bouse,  on Mines ruml, near Stanley street. $]:uu,  easy terms.  Large well furnished house on Carbonate street.  $2300, easy terms.  Good house and lor. iu Hume Addition. $_00  cash.   Balance $_�� per month.  Lot 50x1 _D, Mill stroet, lacing lake, $250  Lot;<0xl20, corner Hall and V��rnon,S..500.  List your properly 'with me for prompt pay  sales.  Ofllce in  Madden Block  D. J. DEWAR  TO   LET  FURNISHED  NELSON TENT AND  AWNING  FACTORY  Tjb m peiiajn cA__Hjo��ei  ON   VERNON STREET  HUGH   R.  Baker Street, Nelson.  CAMERON  Agent ami Appraiser.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agonts for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  The best equipped establishment in British Columbia for turning out  all kinds of canvas goods.  THEO NIADSQJ., Proprietor.  Baker Street, Nelson.  Private    School  And  Kindergarten.  Thorough Knglish, Calisthenics, Music, German and French i( required. Kail term commences 3rd September.  For particulars apply to  MISS PALMER. Josephine Street.  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  FINING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD.  Richelieu, 1000  FOR SALE.  Six-room house, Hume Addition, J850.  A coinpleto set of tinner's tools.  Team, harness and wagon, ?1.50.  CALL ON  H. A. Prosser  BROKKR. WARD STREET  J. E. ANNABLE  GENERAL BROKER  Houses and lots for salo in all parts of the city.  Victoria-Montreal Fire Insurance Company.  Ontario Mutual Life Insurance Company.  Apply ��. L. IiENNOX, SeUottor, NaUon B, G  RENTS   COLLECTED.  ~"^__ZSe8 ANNABLE  Madden Blook,  Ward HUreet,  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  _.����_��&_&^��_;C:'S��:S��*:^:S_; ^^_��^:S_a___:_a_______a->r_  >1  I IMI I  Our Wagon  T.s busy all  tiny and  overy  day making prompt deliveries of good -groceries to wise,;'  people.    Do  you   buy here?  K you have not been doing  so   here   are   a   few .'���things;'  that will'tempt'you to bur  doors, or to your telephone and  will   help you in preparing  breakfast.,     firape  Nuls, (Jerinia,   Ralston's  Breakfast  Food,  Self Rising Buckwheat Hour, Shredded AVhole Wheat Biscuits ���  ffl  iti  to  $ KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  >}{   Telephone 10 185 Baker Street  When Eve Stole the Fruit  ���~������M�����_____________________________._-.____.___-_______.__.._.   _��� ���     . .     a...      .M ,  fhe didn't preserve it, and il. is recorded that when winter came anil Adam  -found no preserves in the clipboard  he "raised Cain.'    The  Adams of nowadays send their lOves to us for their fruit.    We receive ll. daily from Spokane.  Wl  to  to  to  to  to  ffl  to  to  to  xti  ffl  iti  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Houston  Block.  Telephone 101.  P. O. Box 170.  JOHN A. IRVINO & CO.  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Co., Ltd.  Electric Fixtures Electric Fans  Medical Batteaies  HOUSTON l.__0filf,  COKNICR RAlCIOR AND JOSKPHINK STllKRTS.  Nelson, B. C.  HOMEGROWN  FOR FALL PLANTING  Fruit and OrnanientaLTrees.-  Roses, Shrubs, Vines, Bulbs.  Orders dug in one day; you get it the next. No fumigating or inspection eharfyes. Greenhouse  plaiits, seeds, agricultural implements, etc. Largest and ino.t complete stuelc in the province. Send  for catalogue before placing your'order..   No agent's nor commission lo pay.  Eighty Thousand  TO CHOOSE FROM  "WT-XIT.Tf.  J.,ABOB   OUSTX.'X"   .'E.IM.IEVT-.O'Xr.'Eir)..  ADDRESS  VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  M. J. Henry  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  HeanSK.c Dealers in Meats  Markets-at   Nolson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,   Silverton, Nov  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL. KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOIiBSALM AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson &   ��   TRAVES,   Manager  C-RDKBS BY MAIL RRCSIVB CAREFUL AMD PUOMPT AlTJCN'iiON  .;...,.: :_____.';_. ..fojfli,..;'

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