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 DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH TEAK.  NELSON:  THURSDAY MORNING OCTOBER 11 1900  PRICE FIVE CEOTS  ���^  LIBERALS SHOW A  &  FRONT  Candidate Galliher Has  No Intention of Withdrawing  in Favor of Candidate Foley.  ALL THREE PARTIES ARE NOW FIGHTING FOR BLOOD  Candidate Galliher is somewhat  annoyed at the misleading statements regarding his candidacy and  i lie attitude of his party toward  him that have appeared in the  Miner; but he should be aware, by  this time, that that newspaper is so  unreliable on all questions not directly affecting the little'crowd  that use it as tlieir mouthpiece  that the general public pay no attention to its .utterances. It pretends to be ultra-Conservative, but  the Conservative candidate cares  nothing for its support, and the  rank and file of the party in Nelson  have long since repudiated it.  Speaking in a general -way of his  prospects, candidate Galliher said  yesterday, that his party were  united and in excellent fettle for a  .short and decisive campaign, and  that encouraging reports were be  ing received from all parts of the  constituency. P. .T. Deane of Kamloops, who was in Nelson yesterday,  and who has left for Kossland,  brought encouraging reports from  Kamloops. He is a staunch supporter of the Liberal party candidate, and not a subtle enemy, as  the Miner would have it"appear.  The head push of the party held  a meeting last night, and devised  ways and means to thoroughly canvass Nelson riding. They claim  they can carry Creston, Ymir, the  Duncan mines and Nelson.  The Conservatives are also hard  at work, and the sporting members  of the party claim that Nelson will  give MacNeill a majority. The  Labor party people are sawing  wood and looking wise. There are  just twenty-three more days in  which work can be done, as all  three candidates are Sunday obser-  vauce men, and will ..not ask their  adherents to work on Sundays. '  running smoothly the property will  be added to the list of largo producers. The output is not definitely fixed, but will be well up to  the total capacity of the mill. A  large reserve of ore is on the dump,  and tho crew in the mine is to be  substantially increased. Mr. Yaw-  key leaves this morning on a business trip to Spokane.  BOARD OF Ti. ".DE MEETING  FIRST SESSION .THAT HAS BEEN  HELD IN  MANY MONTHS.  NELSON MINES AND MINING  Will Ship to Nelson Smelter.  The American Roy group will be  . added to the list of Slocan shippers  this   wiuter.      The   property   has  shipped more or less regularly for  , some time but the work carried on  was   exclusively development and  the shipments were of ore taken  out in the course of drifting.   The  mine is  now ou an excellent basis,  and the management has concluded'  : to ship regularly.    Negotiations are  \iiudef-'way to*T6"r\vafd.thfeir output  '*"~?o the Nelson smelter. The crew at  the limine will be increased to 75  this winter and as the shipping ore  is higli grade' the group promises to  become one of the -best, properties  in the Slocan. Tho American Boy  is just under the Last Chance and  the latter company has leased the  two upper levels of the American  Boy to take out ore. The American  Boy has made connection with the  Last Chance tramway and is now  Jn a position to bring its outfit to  the railroad at a low figure instead  of having to depend on pack animals or rawhidiug as has been the  case up to the present. L. Pratt,  secretary of the company, left today for Sandon, where tho business  office of the company will be located  an future.  Work Suspended.  John Mean, one of the best  known prospectors operating out of  this city, returned yesterday from  East Kootenay, where he has spent  the summer on a couple of claims  which are showing up well. The  claims are located between Port  Steele and Windermere on Skoo-  kumchuck creek, a tributary of the  Kootenay river. The section has  been prospected superficially, and a  number < of locations staked, but  comparatively little work, has been  done, Mr. Mean's claims being further advanced than any of the  others. If the spur line to Windermere along the east bank of the  Kootenay ever goes through, as is  confidently predicted, the value of  claims in this section will be materially enhanced. Mean has two properties, the Iron Mask and the  Rossland, the latter being so named  because of the resemblance between its surface showings and  those characteristic of the Rossland  camp. The ore is a pyrite or  magnetie.iron, and assays from surface specimens give returns of $5 in.,  gold and two per cent copper. The  lead is four feet wide. It has been  traced by three open cuts ten feet  in depth, but no assays' have been  made below the surface. The Iron  Mask has a thirty-foot tunnel, and  a depth of twenty feet. The lead  ia four feet wide and carries copper  pyrites assaying $2 in gold and  eight per cent copper. Work has  been suspended in the section for  the winter.      _  Uranium Found.  A remarkable discovery in the  pre from tbe Venus mine was announced  yesterday when  it  was  stated that uranium, a.rare metal,  had been found to exist in paying  quantities. Uranium is an element  of the chromium group and is reduced as a heavy, hard nickel-white  metal which is quite permanent.  Its yellow oxide is used to impart  to glass a delicate greenish-yellow  tint, which is accompanied by a  strong florescence, and the market  value is $0 per pound. A well-  known Toronto analyst reports that  the percentage of uranium is .31,  and experiments are now being  made to determine if the rare metal  can . be * saved. In this event .the  Venus property will assume an entirely new complexion.  Work to Begin on the Juno.  M. S. Logan, managing director  of the Juno Mining Comprny, was  in the city yesterday and spent the  clay on the hill with Charles Parker, the company's engineer. A  point was selected forty feet above  the Venus line, from which the big  900-foot tunnel will be started.  This will give the property tho  maximum depth obtainable' by  drifting with room on the group  below the tunnel for a dump. The  first shot will be fired on Monday  when the permanent camp will be  completed and everything ready to  proceed with work uninterruptedly.  The strong feature of the Juno is  that no dead work is required. The  Juno vein runs at right angles to  the   tunnel   projected   and   inter  sects the Venus lead on which  the drift will be run. By drifting  on this lead the company commences to take out pay ore with  the first shot, a desirable condition  of affairs which is only encountered  occasionally. The estimate is that  the drift will tap the Juno lead 900  feet in and at a depth of 300 feet,  and crosscuts can then be run east  and west on the big ledge. The  company-will employ nine men on  the start and this staff will be increased if it is deceded to work  threo shifts. 'The management is  greatly interested in tho discovery  of uranium on the Venus group, as  any mineral found on the Venus is  naturally present on the continuation of tho Venus lead on Juno  property.   Will Commence Crushing Ore.  The forthcoming week will inaugurate a new era in the history  of the Minnesota Silver Mines, Limited, wliich is operating the Ivanhoe mine at Sandon. The company  has a first-class high grade galena  property, a large sum has been expended in development, and within  the next week their new 100-ton  concentrator will commence crushing ore. The property is in shape  to ship regularly and on a large-  scale, thus making it one of the Slo-  can's best propositions. The mill  was designed by the best people in  the mill-building business and is  ready to commence operations. The  tramway from the mine to the mill  was built by Riblet of Nelson, and  is almost ready to carry ore. W.  II. Yawkey of Detroit, president of  the compauy, was at the Hotel  Phair yesterday, and states that  the concentrator will be started  hext week.     When the plant   is  The marquis de Dusmet and viscount de Grammont will return to  the Chapleau mine on Saturday.  The tramway to the mill is almost  completed, over half of the cable  being strung. The plant is being*  set up and should be ready to commence crushing by November. 1st.  The visiting directors are well  pleased with the outlook at the  property.   MINING   STOCK  QUOTATIONS.  Several   Matters of Importance Discussed  and ^Recommendations  Made���Those Present.  The following were the quotations of British Columbia mining  stocks oh the Toronto Stock Exchange yesterday:  stock. Asked.  Athabasca S 6 (HI    $  B. O. GoldFields         'tt  Black Tail         14  Brandon & Golden Crown       * 10 5  Butte & Boston  .1 2  Canadian Uoldflelds Syndicate... S 7  t ariboo (JMcICinney)         81 70  Cariboo Hydraulic      141      13)  Centre Star      1 .W    1 59  Crow's Ne6t Pass Coal    4,'l 00    10 00  Bid.  SCO  3  !)  California.  Doer Trail Consolidated   Kvening Star   Fairview Corporation   Golden Star   GUnl :    Hammond Reef   Iron Mask   Jim Blaine   King :   Knob Hill ".   Lone Pine-SurprlseConsolidated.  Atonte Christo Consolidated-���  Montreal Gold Fields   Montreal & London   Morning Glory:   -Mountain Lion    Noble Five   North Star   Old Ironsides   Ollye..: .-   Payne '.'   Princess Maud   Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated.  Republic -.   Slocan Sovereign   Virtue   War Eagle Consolidated   Waterloo.."   White Bear   Winnipeg   Sales���Afternoon Sales���C'enrre Star, 500 at  $1,591; 500 at $1.59; Deer Trail. 2i00 at 3i; Hammond Reef, 500 at 3J, 500 at 3", 1500 at Si, 500 at  3^, 500 at 3J, 500 at 31, 500 at 3.',~500 at3g; Bepublic.  1500 at 76"r,500 at 76��; Hammond Reef, 30 days, 10,*  000 at 3}, Hammond Reef, 1000 at 3:J.     ' ���  n  31  i  3V  95  -a  -  'A\  Si  8  li  51  10-  "  3J  l.\  9" _  ,V>  a:  *70  17  '95 '  4  271  7fi?  I a  10  ri\  53  ���is  3S  ��1  22  fl  4  40  . 0-  2  21  m  40  a  92  40  12V  90  �����>  20J  705  S  45  45  oi  Ol  PRAISE FROM LORD BULLER  HOW    FIVE    OP    STRATHCONAS  HORSE MET THEIR DEATH.  Would     Not   Surrender,   but - Were  Riddled With Bullets by a Large  Force of Boers.  London, October 11.���A special  dispatch from Lydenberg says: "A  Boer prisoner tells the story of the  way in whicli a patrol of five troopers of Strathcona's Horse under  sergeant Brothers met death. It  "appears^tlwt^they^-wcw^sucrdgnly"  surrounded by a strong force of  Boers. The Canadians indignantly  refused to surrender and a murderous fire was discharged at short  range until every man in the party  was riddled with bullets, but not  before each Canadian had accounted for three Boers.  Sir Redvers Buller while passing  through Machadodorp and bidding  farewell to the troops said he should  be greatly pleased to tell Lord  Strathcona of the magnificent work  of his troopers."  English Elections.  London, October 11.-3:30 a. m.���  The Liberals havo been doing far  better in the counties in the parliamentary general election than they  did in the boroughs. Yesterday  they gained two more seats, Cardiff  and the Otley division of Yorkshire, thus equalizing the party  gains.  The Ministerialists aud the Opposition have now gained 27 seats  each. Apart from sir Henrjr Campbell Bannermau's reduced majority  in Stirling borough, ancl the success  of sir Edward J. Reed at Cardiff, a  seat formerly held by Mr. James M.  MacLean, prominent in Indian affairs, who did hot seek re-election,  there is little of special interest in  yesterday's returns. The Ministerialists now hold 257 seats aiid the  Opposition 205. Sir Henry Campbell Bannermau, While addressing  his, supporters after the poll had  been declared, said he was satisfied  with the result, considering the  state of the register and the "most  disadvantageous circumstances for  an election that an ingenious government could devise."  The Nelson board of trade held a  session last night, the first in several months. A number of matters  were gone into, soiae of which were  laid over to the ribxt "session, when'  their discussion promises to be of  an animated nature.'  Chairman Holt reported having  interviewed president Shaughnessy  of the C. P. R. with regard to the  completion of the Lardo railroad.  The reply was that the road would  be proceeded .with in the near future," but Mr. Shaughnessy declined  to define what "the near future"  was. He intimated, however, that  the C. P. R. had too much money  invested in grade x\\6w to allow it  to be idle. ���    ;       ;"  A question was asked as to  whether the K. & S. road, .which  had been subsidized, had been  started. - The > reply was in the  negative and a,'suggestion was  made" that the Dominion government be* ihemoralized to'stir up the.  subsidized road. It* was finally resolved that the Kaslo board of trade  be requested to ,co":operate with .the  Nelson board in", urging both' the  railroads" projecting branches in  the Lardo' to commence the work.  A hearty vote"\of thaiiKS was  passed to W. H, Dowsing for his  efforts iu connection with the successful exhibit of Nelson district  minerals at the Spokane fair. Many  pleasant references were made to  Mr. Dowsing's services.  President Holt informed the board  that the'Kootenay Lake Telephone^  Company had replied to a communication from ..the*, couricil'of the board,  stating "that "the company would;  build a line into*'- the Slocan when  they thought there was any business in sight.   He suggested that  as the K. L. T. Co., took this view,  of the matter, the board   should  place the  proposition   before   the  rival company.   The matter of telephone connection with the Slocan  was one of   great  importance to  Nelson".    Tts   establishment   would  very materially increase the business of Nolson wholesalers.  G. E. Martin, manager of the  Kootenay Supply Company,-, heartily coincided with this view, remarking that only on the previous  day a Silverton merchant told him  that he ordered goeds---daily from  Sandon which he would buy in Nelson if there were-telephone connec-.  tion.   He was assured there were.  mines, in Rossland, Nelson and Slocan camps, had waited on Mr. Dunsmuir and from the questions he  asked it was evident the premier  did not know how the tax operated  in this district. One of his questions had been as to whether or not  the tax was on net profits.  11. E. Croasdaile suggested a resolution which would point out that  for the past two years every act of  legislation passed had tended to  discourage rather" than foster the  raining industry. The suggestion  was not acted upon.  Captain Duncan gave notice that  he would introduce a motion calling the attention of the government  to the anomalies existing in the aet  relating to the collection of timber  dues.  The members present at the meeting were: G. V. Holt, president; P.  W. Swannell, secretary; II. E. Groas-  daile, G. E. Martin, P. Lamont, J.  M. Lay, captain Duncan, A. R. Sherwood, T. C. Crofts, J. R. Rowley, T.  Morley, O. Newliug, J. Roderick  Robertson.  DUPLICITY OF BUSSE EIPOSEM  War Correspondents  Tell of Her Intrigues After  Siege  of Pekin. ��  the  FEARS ENTERTAINED OF AN UPRISING IN SOUTH CHINA,  _\'&\  An All-Water Route.  Cleveland, Ohio, October 10.���  The Carnegie Steel Company.has  taken the first step toward the  building up of an all-water transportation of export steel from Lake  Erie points to Europe, in chartering four vessels to load with steel  at Conneaut, Ohio, and steam  through via the Welland canal and  the St. Lawrence to Liverpool.  Their capacity is about 2500 tons  each in 18 feet of water. It is the  intention to load each vessel with  1000-tqns of steelat Conneaut and^  fill out at Montreal with -1500 tons"  of wood pulp. Going through the  Welland canal the vessels will draw  only -12 feet of water, though 14  feet draft is possible,  The New Yacht.  London,' October-10.���Ifc is reported that the challenging yacht  will be built on the Thames and  that she will be named -Shamrock.'  Aceordiugto rumor, Robert Wringe,  one of the commanders of the old  Shamrock, will command the new  racer.        -....-.   .   .    -'-        ��� ,  NO WORK UNTIL STRIKE ENDS  many silriilar cases.   ~  The board resolved to send a circular letter to the leading miners  and business men of the Slocan  with a view to ascertaining what  amount of business could be secured for a telephone line. The information thus secured is to be laid  before the Kootenay Lake Telephone company for the purpose of  inducing them to build the suggested line.  The members wore unanimous in  agreeing that a telephone line  would be of considerable commercial importance to Nelson and every  means will be taken to induce the  telephone company to proceed with  the work.  A. J. Kerr was proposed for membership in the board by F. W.  Swannell, and on motion of J. Roderick Robertson Mi\ Kerr's election  was by acclamation.  A. E. Croasdaile gave notice that  at the next meeting of the board  he would move that in future no  motions of the board or council  could be rescinded or altered without each member receiving due notice of the rescinding motion.  G. E. Martin gave notice that he  Would bring up the matter of the  2 per cent tax on the output of  mines. The mine owners, he said,  had been discussing the matter, and  he thought it was proper for the  business community to assist them.  President Holt expressed the  opinion that to tax the net smelter  returns was opposed to good policy,  as the mining expenses were thus  levied upon.  J. Roderick Robertson remarked  that the government did not seem  to know how the act was working.  A private deputation, including  representatives   of   the   principal  COLLIERIES  NITELY--  SUSPEND     INDEFI-  WORKS GUARDED.  A Clash Occurs Near Hazelton and a  Striker is Killed���A Policeman  Is Also Injured.  . Hazelton, Pennsylvania, October  10.���Notices were posted tonight  by Cox Brothers &_ Company at  their Oneida, Deringer, Cowen and  Beaver Meadow collieries that there  -would=be-a=siispension=of=-work=un-=  til the strike is settled.  Not one colliery is now in full  operation in the Hazelton district5  Cox Brothers & Company have  guards stationed at every approach  to the Oneida and Deringer collieries tonight. All the officials of the  company are on the ground, and a  special train with steam up is waiting to carry them anywhere along  the line of tho Delaware, Susquehanna & Schuylkill railway.  Strikers and Officers Clash.  Hazelton, Pennsylvania, October  10.���A gunshot killed Mills, a striker, and a small shot struck policeman Kelncr Leskc. The striker was  struck by a ball from a revolver  with which all the officers were  armed. After the shooting the  strikers dispersed.. Sheriff Toole of  Schuylkill county, in whose territory the clash occurred, was in  Philadelphia and could render no  assistance. His chief deputy, .Tames  O'Donnell, arrjved here this afternoon and went to the scene with a  force of men. Rev. Carl Houser,  a Lutheran minister from Freehold,  who baptized a child at Oneida just  at the time of the shooting, was  mistaken by the strikers for superintendent Kudlick and narrowly  escaped being stoned. He was soon  recognized by a friend and escorted  safely to the station.  Premier to Resigu.  Perth, West Australia, October  10.���The premier, the right Hon.  Sir John Forrest, in introducing the  budget today asked to be relieved  of the premiership early in 1901.  He says Freemantle will be the San  Francisco of Australia.  Victoria, October 10.���Japanese  papers   received   by   the   steamer  Olympia have many stories of and  suggesting   instances   of    Russian  complicity with  China.   One correspondent   says   that   when   the  allied forces entered Pekin the Russian minister alone possessed information  as to the whereabouts' of  prince Ching, and he dispatched a  secret letter to the prince, setting  forth that China might count on  the support of the Russian government to extricate her from her difficulties; that at the proper moment  the  withdrawal of foreigu  troops  from Pekin  will  be proposed; that  France and Germany would assuredly accede to the proposal, and  that Great Britain, Japan and the  United States would be reluctantly  compelled to follow their. example.'.  Meanwhile the.Russian  minister in  Pekin was speaking  of increasing  his country's forces in the capital  and displaying a warlike and un-;  compromising front.  By and by���he-communicated to  his colleagues the information that,  prince Ching was in Hwai Lai, and  suggested that he be given safe  passage if he came to negotiate for  peace.- As soon as Ching,was safely:  in Pekin and in full communication'  with Li Hung. Chang, Russia suddenly put forward- her evacuation  ���proposal. He says Russia, despite  her declaration' that the territory  occupied by her in Manchuria  would be evacuated as soon as order  was restored,'-actively -carried-on  ,the work of conquest. . "  - ^Advices received by the Olympia  include tho confession of the murderer of baron." von Ketteler, who?  was arrested by Japanese gendarmes while endeavoring to sell the  .minister's watch. His story was  that prince Ching, who lately has  been appointed to the board of war,  issued orders that all foreigners  should be killed. Subsequently as  Wan and a party of Boxers were  going round the country, they met  baron von Ketteler and his people.  Wan states that the first shot eamo  from the side of the foreigners 'and  that fire was then opened on ba ron  von Ketteler, who fell by a bullet  fired by Wan himself.  The wai correspondents say that  the story of the British having  been  the   first   to   enter   Pekin is  false.    The Russians were before? r?|  them, but the British were first- at ??[  the legations.   The town of'Tung.?'j  Chow, says the correspondents.-haslf  been damaged more than^Tien-Tsin^  or Pekin.     Three-fourths   of - thejsj|  place is in ruins.   Out of a popula-:-;*;  tion of 75,000 families only about '���*���  100 aro  left.  _ A  large supply, of-,**  gunpowder stored in   the .temple^  there blew up and '47 British..arid'Sl  German   soldiers   lost' their lives.'.^fJ  Foreign troops are wintering ihPe-^l  kin^ and Tien-Tsin will''require :a^*k|  free harbor for the purpose of 'CohiT^J  munication.       The ��� bay - oppositely  Chin Wang,.near Shan Hai  KwapM  seems to afford the best ��� facilities .fa|J  The railway from Shan Hai Kwan:^J  to Tong Ku is in Russian hands:'^ ~  The Nagaski Press-.'states.";thatv|s:  general Barry, United States"arniyv^  is lying" seriously ill -in the'? l6cal%T  St. Bernard's hospital.   *      '" .-    ���'���>';��  Washington Disapproves of It.." _ ;;i  Washington, October 10. ���-JLiS%  Hung Chang and the viceroys' offij|  the. south., had.pledged. themsel'v'esytf  to maintain order - arid - guararitee;|fs  protection for foreigners ahd-prbp'^i  erty in their-respective provinces:^  This was made a condition;prece-%f  dent by the United States govern^Sf,  ment to' the establishment of- reiapi?'.  tions with' them looking- to'the*ih.-"��!  itiation of negotiations for' a finally  settlement. According to- all^re^'Cl  ports that have reached Washing"-^  ton the viceroys have lived loyally:-,:'!  up to their promises in spite of irri-'*4lj  tating military expeditions'- arid->gj  movements of various kihds.set-upj^j  against their protests, and^th'ere,-^-:  fore it.,is regarded ns particularly";;'  unfortunate that the allied forces'-S  should persist in- the expedition ��r  againstrPao Ting Fii.        ;*, ',     V-  The expedition to Pao -Ting Fii/%  has been fixed for Friday next.' The-;!  column will consist of, 700 British"; *?  German, French and Italian troops/--;;-  ."  '- _���  '-'/  Southern Uprising Feared.-   '-o'li  HoNCf Kong,  October  lO.^Ifc is^  said that the authorities  here have,,  received information that a gene'ral'-Kj  uprising in the. southern  provinces"^  has been planned for the, month ofC^  November.     The  whereabouts - of V  the rebels in the Hinterland is riot*  known, but it is believed to be teri:*'>|  miles north of -the British .border.^,,,  A   detachment   of    1000    Chinese*,';  troops took up a position at San>-\  Chung.and 1000 more'arrived today.isjj  RECEPTION TO PASTOR FREW  An Enjoyable Affair.  A pleasant social functiou took  place, at St.. Paul's Presbyterian  church last night, when the officers  and members of the church held a  reception in honor of their pastor,  Rev. Robert Frew, who returned  last week from an extended tour in  Europe. The congregation turned  oufc in force and a delightful evening was spent. In opening Dr.  Arthur read an address on behalf  of the members, setting forth their  pleasure at having Mr. Frew with  them again, and the deep gratification it afforded all to note the signs  of renewed health and vigor. Mr.  Frew responded in felicitious terms,  expressing his keen satisfaction at  being in the harness again and fche  hope that his long vacation had not  overtaxed the patience of his Nelson friends and parishioners. His  remarks were neatly turned and  elicited hearty applause.  The balance of the evening was  spent in social exercises. The ladies  of the church had prepared an inviting collation, which was served  in the schoolroom. . The apartment  was handsomely decorated and a  lively staff of waiters ministered to  the wants of the gathering. A  musical program was contributed  by Mrs. Murray and* Messrs. Mc-  Adam, Kydd, Grizelle," Murray  Chadbourn.  and  Trade of the Antipodes.  Ottawa, Ontario, October 10.���J.  , Larke,  Canadian trade commis  sioner in Australia, reports to thelfi  department of trade and cbirimercestf  that the uncertainty of tariff legi9-5  lation pending confederation of thef^  Australian   colonies     has    causedsf  nervousness in trade.   He is of; the||  opinion that the federated colonies^]  will nofc be able to determine thej];  tariff before 1902 aud in the mean-**  time says Sydney will be declared a>|  clear port and  free.    He suggestsr*  that   Canadian   dealers   send, out  agonts while this uncertainty, ex-S  ists in order to place Canadian goods ���  before tho wholesalers, who so far-  carry no' lines of Canadian  goods.41  Ho also suggests the establishment  of Canadian export agencies in  the,;  antipodes in order to deal directly?  with commission merchants.   These  are constantly inquiring for Cana-5  dian exports., .. ; .- ������;'3  Cabinet Rumors.  London, October 11.���Baron Cro-'  mor, British diplomatic agent and.  consul-general in Egypt, has been  summoned to England according to  the Cairo correspondent of the  Daily Express. It is understood iu  Cairo that he will-not return to  Egypt, and it is believed that he  will become a member of the new  cabinet. The Daily Express suggests that it is possible that lord  Cromer will replace the marquis of  Lansdowne, secretary of state for  war, and says 'that "a combination  of Cromer, Kitchener and Roberta  would ensure public confidence in a  thorough reform of ..the,war office."  Liberal Nomination.  Lunenburg, N. S., October 10.-���  The Liberals yesterday nominated  A. K. MacLean to oppose C. E*  Kaulback, M, P., conservative.  'i&'ffiMM "** 2  THE TRIBUUl!: NELSON B.C THURSDAY OCTOBER 11 1900  HUDSON'S B��Y*  COMPANY. '  tM'U?xR':'W.  INCORPORATED 1670.  STYLISH  We are. showing a nice? line*  of suitings in VENETIAN f  CLOTHS  From $8.50 to  $1G per Suifc  THE NEWEST SHADES OUT.  gold-fields minister of mines, and  forcible debater Clifford chief commissioner of lands and works. The  Tribune is of opinion thafc these  gentlemen are all capable, are all  honest, and some of them live in  Victoria or Vancouver, wliich alone  ia h good recommendation.-  RAILWAY AND STEAMBOAT  Also afme assortment of skirt-  lengths, no two alike, Scotch  Tweed effects, Heather Mixtures and checks  From $7.50 to $8.50  Powerful Engines.  The engines for fche  new C. P. II.  tug are lying at  the depot on  a  couple  of cars,  and  are  being inspected wifch admiration by  every  one   who. professes  to  know  any--  thing of marine: machinery.    They  arc   compounds,     each     standing  twelve feefc in   height, and  are the  most powerful engines in tho fleet.  The hull at the shipyards is  being:  finished.as rapidly as possible and  will be ready to receive the machinery shortly.   The outside planking  will.be commenced at oncei    The  craft will not be complete, however,:  for a couple of months. ��  . C. AV. AVest  & Co. have erected-  a new  coal bunker > on  the Crows'  nest siding  at the" O.  P.- ft. depot.  Thebnilding has a capacity of three'-  carloads. '  the country along the Great-:North-  ern can be settled up in five years  if   inducements  are  offered in the  way of reduced rates without which*  tho   operation will  take 20 years.  He-wants the business accruing from ���  a well-settled country, and declares'  that  the  cut  rate  is   in   force  to  April, 1001, regardless of the other  trunk lines' sentiments.  ��tte -'ffrihrme^  tpnxxnx  j        NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.  From and after October 1st, all  subscribers to the Daily Tribune  who are served by carriers will  be required .to pay their subscriptions weekly, to the carrier..  J. Matheson, a C. P. It. brakeman  on the Kossland branch, lost a leg  on Tuesday night. He slipped  while descending' a ladder and fell  beneath the wheels. The injured  man-is being treated at the Greenwood hospital.  Quantities of new telegraph poles  are being shipped-along the Balfour  extension daily. The old telegraph  wire-along the - lake'-wAs strung on ���  trees? - etc., and.- is now * being - replaced-by a pole line to- Procter on  the right of way.-  -  Joe Kenny, a popular C. P. R.  man, has ��� been transferred to the.  Itossland ������ branch and placed iu  charge.of a" train1, on'-the big hill  hauled-iby the-new-Shay engine.  Conductor.-Kenny, is ."secretary of  the Brotherhood on this division. ���  Conductor Joe Bradshaw is .taking a vacation for.a few days,-the  thumb injured a couple'of ,months=  ago. having- caused' -him,:further-  trouble. Conductor Irving- is .talcing out the Slocan-train, while.!.  Laughton - and AV. Clary - are. running on the double freight service  between-Nelson and Robson.  Mining: Records.  Yesterday's? mining records wore:  Transfers���Tho Golden Treasure  No. 1, one mile northwest from  Porto Itico Siding, by Donald Mc-  Fnden of Windsor, Ontario, to A.  .1. Welch of Windsor; the Golden  Treasure No. I, by A. .1. Welch to  the Cleveland .fe British Columbia  Mining Company, Ltd., of Cleveland,  Ohio; J. -H. Best of 'Windsor,- Out.,  transferred the Ocean AVave, same  location, to A. J. Welch, who made  the claim over to the Cleveland &  B. C, Ltd!; the Cable and= Ten  Brok claims on the ������ north fork- of  Salmon river, about five miles from  Erie, by-. Josephine. Lord of Trout  Lake to A. Ij. Davenport';- of Spokane, consideration $17,000.  Certificates of work���To AVi F.  Hornshoe on the Agnes Mayv to  John Riley on- the Noble Five' to  T. C. Duncan on the Shamrock/  Locatious-'-The -.'International;-':  one and three-quarter miles west of-  Salmo, by T. Allen; the National,  one mile and a 'half west from  Salmo, by T. Allen; tho Midge frac-:  tional on Morning mountain, a re--  location of tho Mosquito, by E. J.  Stanley.  For British Columbia Missions.  Kingston, Ontario, October 10.���  The Methodist board of missions-  here yesterday- decided to grant'  $000 to Dr. Bolton of Port Simpson,  British Columbia. The board also-'  passed estimates for over $280,000-  for work iu Canada, China and Ja-.'  pan, included'in which is $9184 for  missions in British Columbia.  ���&f?-?t~-~-*(  m  to  to  to  to  to  '��***������__.*.���.���  #  ets and Men's Furnishings  to  to  to  torn-  to  torn  to  to  to  to  to  L,*adies* "Department.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  A FULL LINE 0F!|f  1 to  to  to  Special sale of ladies' and children's wool vests, drawers,  and combination suits, flannelette night dresses^  drawers and skirls.  Ladies' flannelette, cashmere, alpacia, silk, satin, and  French flannel blouse waists.  Ladies' mantles, jackets, and tailor-made.suits from best  makers at exceedingly low prices.  Ladies'   ready-made dress skirts, from $2.00 each up.  Ladies' "R & G," "P D," and "D A" corsets from 25  cents up.  Children's coats, reefers, and jackets, from 1 to 10 years  of age.  Ladies?-golf capes, from $3.00 up.  rVtem?js-v. Departments  We are offering men's fleece-lined underwear, in sizes 34  to 44, from 65-cents each up.  Men's Cartright & Warner's national wool and cashmere  shirts and drawers, from $1.50 each up.  Men's flannel, cotton flannelette, cashmere and silk night  shirts. Men's pajamas in all wights. Black cashmere sox 25 cents per pair.  Latest novelties in neckwear, collars, cuffs, regatta negligee and fllannel shirts.  House   Purnishing   Department.  Millinery   Department.  We are-now showing the balance of our imported pattern  hats at cost prices; also a large stock of ladies'  ready-to-wear hats at low prices.  .to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  White lace curtains, from 75c per pair ;. chenile and tapestry portieres, from $3.50 per pair; chenile and  tapestry table-covers from 75 cents.  Tapestry carpets, from 45c per yard up ; Brussel carpets,  from $r.oo per yard up; Wiltons from $1.25 per  0       yard up ; Axminsters, from $1.25 per yard up;  Floor oilcloth*, from 35 cents per yard up.  White bed spreads in all qualities; Wool comfortables  from $1.25 up ; Wool.blankets (grey) from $2.50 up;,  wool blanket (white) from $3.50 up.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES.  Weekly, by carrier .      ���  Monthly, by carrier. ���  .       .      ,  Three Months, by carrier   -    .  Six Months, by carrier ..     ,  One .Year, by carrier  Tllll��T;T.TIllTIIT..TTr>T-  1 00  2 SO  5-00  10 00  95 j  Steps -should be taken to."establish a stock exchange in Nelson.  The board of trade.of NelaonJias.  been wrecked because it became tho  mere mouthpiece of the Mine-Owners' Association. No effort that ean  be made will ever re-establish ifc in  the confidence of the business men  of this-town.  Six carloads of concentrates from  the -St. Eugene consolidated at  Moyie passed.through Nelson yesterday billed to the .Guggenheim  properties in Chile, South America,  .The- concentrates are purchased  through, the American- Smelting,  company ancl are utilized -to mix  with tbe product of the Chilian  mines in smelting..  The cut in passenger rates on Lhe  Great Northern from Chicago wesfc  makes a difference of 25 to 30 per  -cent in tickets for Nelson, although  the cut does -not apply from Nelson  east.    President Hill's theory is that  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  ' .. local and coast).  Flooring -.  local and coasti."  Newel5 Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings.  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  ot all kinds.  IB1 WHAT TOU-WANT IS NOT IN BTOCK  WB Wn.T< MAKE IT FOR YOU  CALL JLNI) GET PRICKS.  All    Carpets    Sewn    unci    Laid    Pitee    of    Glint-fire.  |FRMD  \^^-^P��^LmW'* 00 ��00�� 0t0~.0B0r. 0tF_?^_W_~* __W\_ *'l^___^~* 0^'*m^^ ��� 01^'*0^ ��� 0~ ~*^^ 0~~* * ^^^ * ^8>[�� ^^k ** ^9k> ^^^ * ^B^��'^^^ ��� ^Sk�� ^^^ ��� ^l****^* ^***^ *-,^^�� ^P^ * ^^k�� ^^ �� ^!^ ^Bk_00  ^"^* ^^^  "* ^^^*1-*^^'* ^���fc/*^^* * ^W^   ��^^',l ^^^   #^ft*k   * ^^^"'^Bk   * ^^^''^^"k.   * ^^k*L*^^^   * ^^^   * *  ____& * _0&*  __\\mf * _tmW0 *   __W\fi%  '_tmm\1 ��� 00 ���  00 *' /_\}0 * g_\0.* ~____0>* __W0 *   tt__0 * "j_tt\W*   __W0 * __A_\\t m~_t\W~1 *  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  J. Ai Sayward  HALT, AND rAKK BTOEKTS. NEIBON  Porto Rico LumberCo.;  (LIMITED)  CORNKK OF  nroNonyx Ami visknon stkicots-  Tiir people of Nelson should never  overlook the fact that political i n-  "fluehces have never yet built^ up a  city. It is the influences wielded-  by captains of industry that ..help  to make cities out of villages. Nelson can become a city if only her  people go about the business in the  right way.  There is much conjecture as to  the meaning of a recent editorial in  the Colonist of Victoria.   There are  those, who   believe   that   premier  Dunsmuii*. intends J;o change;his  advisersiand that when the; change  is made,.the opposition will be less  strong.-.than- it is now.    There--is  only one strong man in the. opposi-  tion^^Joseph Martin.; Brown is no  longer a strong   man   and  Curtis  merely   voices   Martin's   opinions.  But, for that matter, there are auy  number  of   men- in  the house as  -strong as those who happen-,-for the  time, to be advisers of the premier.  Tiie premier would bo wise if he  made   a   clean .sweep.    He might  make aggressive 'MivMclnnes attor-  ney-generali.good:looking,:Mr. Ellison  finance minister,- lengthy Mr.  Neal provincial secretary, independent Mr. Munro of the Mount Baker  Mil  In Valid  _f."   BW!M_f��  ���v9  .S])ociiilljr recommended  I'or  dyij)C]isi:i,   Iohs  of  aiipehlo,   .slccplcssnos8,  incligestion,    weakness  from  ���\vhutcvnr   came,  ..   nervousness,-      fevers,  consumption,    malaria  *j    and (jenornl debility. ���  -   Women' complain   of   a  tired -feeling.- Wi'son'K Invalid's Port" Ib  immediate  and eflloaoious, .leaving no  narmfnl cfl'eets.  Alen-will- find ifc particularly valuable as a restora-  ' live'and-.a fltrcngthener of  tlio body and nerve system  Wo recommend this Ionic  CANADA DRUG  AND BOOK  COMPAW  Nelson, B, C.  C.Wi West&COi  COAL I      WOOD I-  $6.15  Rough and  Dressed   Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lur^ber Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finr  ish, Turned Work, Sash; and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  ?..l to ?,?.! llaker Street^Nelson.  American - ai\d European Plans;-  CENTS  &  NELSON  PLANING  MILLS  Limited.  MEALS  25  Porto Rico LumberCo. Lta\  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WBLIi TO ;    ���  Buy Their Lumber  AT  G. 0. Bucharian?s  ltOOMS MOnTRD BY RLKOTOIOITY   AND-H10A.TK��-BY'8TEiM=H   25 CKNTS TO ?1  QUEENS HOTEL  BAKKB STRKKT/NELSON. -  Lighted by. Electricity and Heated with Hot.Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  Arab-class  dlnlDK-room. Samplo rooms tor oominerolal men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  We arepropared< 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  PINE and CEDAR. CASINGS-  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND^SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  , STORE FRONTS  DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Get Our Prices before  pur-chasing- elsewhere.  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS. r  fPHORPK & CO., LTMITKIJ.-Corner Vcrfldn  x   and Cedar etreete, Nelson; manufacture���"  of and wholesale.dealors in (Grated waters.and  fruit syrups.. Sole - ogenta for'Haley ou SprhiRS  mineral .water.- Telephone (JO.   ,  ASSAYERS*   SUPPLIES.    .'  WP. TKKTZKL & "CO.-Corner Baker and  ��� Joiephlne'etreets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In assayers' supplies. -AgenU for Denver.  Klre Clay Co. of'Denver;' Colorado.'  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  ff J. EyANS'S; ^CO.���Baker: street,^ Nelson  wholesale 'dealers, in liquors, ��� cigars  cement, fire briok and-fire clay.-water pipe^aiul  steel rails, and general.coinmiss'.on merchant.  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY-ELECTRIC* SUPPLY fr CON-  - 8TRUCTION COMPANY���Wholesale dealers lu telephones, annunciator.?, bells, batteries,  fixturesretc.'f Houston-block, Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED7  BRACKMAN- KER inLLlNO COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, ��� Grain, Hay. Stralglit or  mixed .cars-shipped to all \ Kootonay..Points,  Oruln elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Kdmonton R. It. "Mills at. Victoria, 'Now-wetit-  uiinster, aud Edmonton, A lhcrtn.  TAYLOR  street,  PEED & PRODUCE CO.-iRnker  <;... Nelson (George V. "Motion's old  eland), Flour,.Feed, Grain, Hay-and'Produce.  Car lots a specially. Correspondence HOliclted.  Phono 2>.  FRESH AND; SALT MEATS.  BURNS &_   CO.-Ilakor  street, ��� Nelson,  wholesale doalers lu fresh and cured nieatn.  Cold storaKo.  P.  FACTORY:  OEFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET "WHARF  ���HArd Coal  Anthracite  1;RK | Crow's N��.il��  ".'oaf  X>*E331jX*V"'HJ*R"E13D  AtiKNTS  IMPERIAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can lie accepted unless accompanied  by cash.   ��� . ' ���  Ofllce:   Cornor ff Hall  and Baker Streets.  TELEPHONE 33.  Lethbridge Gait Gdal  A largo atonic ot tlrst-olans dry material on  hand, alao a full Hue of sash, doors, inouldlugil,:  burned work,.eto.-.  Factory Work a Specialty  JV|rs. E. 0. ClarKej Prop;  LATE OF THE ROYAL HOTEL, CALGARY'-  EVERY   DAY  . AT  THB  GliUBiHoTEt  BIG   SCHOONER  Beer or Half-and-half only  P: Burns & Ga.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Head Office at  NELSON, B. 0.  groceries;  AMACnONAIJ") & CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall streots, wholesale erocors and  'obbors in blankets, Kloves.mltlA, boots, rubbers,  macklnaws and miners' sundries.   KOOTENAY SUPPLY  COMPANY.   LIMI  TED���Vernon   streot. Nelson.   wholusaU  TED���Vernon  grocers,  street, Nelson,   wholesale  f OHNCHOLDITCH& CO.  "   son, wholosalo (frocers.  -Front street, Nel-  FRESH   "i t IC*   COOL  The only Rood Beer In Nelflon  E. J. CURRAN; Prop.  Corner Stanley and Silica Streets.'-  Yard i  Footi of Hondryx streeti, Nehioa  leph  ere, JJ  John Rae, Agent:  Tho- lieBfr-value for Uio money in- tho market  for all purposes^.;.  ..  tjebms cahh     W. P. TiEBNBr. General Agent  Telephone 147.   Oflloe with C. D. J. Christie.  COSTELLO'S EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  11  Baker and Ward.  ; titreeUi Nelson  Bag  city.  Of  jfflce oorner Victoria and Ward street*. 'Telephone 1^. W. A. COSTELLO, Manager.  The only hotel-in Nelson that has remained  under one management slnoe 1890. ���  The bed-rooms are-well furnished' and llghbcd-  by eleotriolty..:  The bar Is always stocked:by the best dom e-  . tlo and Imported liquors'. and olgart).:  THOMAS MADDHN�� proprietor.'  SLOGAN JUNRTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUSrMRnagetv,  Markats at   Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Ne*f  Denver, Rovelstoke,. Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood,-Cascade City,-Mid  ���way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  Wesfc Eootena^Bnteher  ALLKINDSOF  -  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOIiKSArJIl AND nKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson ��.   (J#   XRAYES, M^O.Bg&V  ordwhs bv MATC.wwnBn**woAHF.pnr, and^prompt atttctjttoi*. r  FB, STEWART, & CO.���Warehouses onO. P.  ��� K. track/ foot' of Stanley streetj-.^Nelsbn,  wholesale ��� dealers In provisions, produce .-��� and  fruits. Cold storage.. Agents Armour & Co.'s  bacon, hams, lard aud other products.  J  Y. GRIFFIN & CO.���Front street, Nolson,  ���   wholesale.- - dealors -In   provisions. .. cured  meats, butter and eggs.  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine  ���   streets, ��� Nelson,: wholesale dealers in hard  ware and; mining supplies.  Powder. Co.  Agents ��� for- Giant  :aga and express moved to any part-of the, ..,���,_'._      ,    .    .  "pecial atlention.given tn heavy teaming," - , Bar-Hl.ocked.wltli;best brands of wines, liquors,  *- xrt_.~.t...~A.-aT_^A _+___.��� ..m_i__    aud Cigars.  Beer on draught.   Large oomforb-  able rooms.  *Fir��tclawi tafile board.  Kootenay Eleetric Supply SConstroetiaflGo^ltd.  Electric Fixtures Electric Fans  Medical Batteries  HOUSTON BLOCK,  - __  COKNKR BAKER ANDy03Ef,HINl*!,STREET3,  Nelson, R O.  LAWRENCE. HARDWARE COMPANY-  Baker'8fc���~"Nelson;-wholesale- dealers In  hardwaro and', mining: supplies," and -water��������� and  plumbers' supplios. ���.���.������....  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER,: BEETON Sc CO.-Corner;.yernoa  A and Josephine streets, Nelson,' wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dryigoods.-'Agent*  for Pabst Brewing Co. of-MllwanUee. aiid Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary;"  .������������.���'��� ' '.r -  POWDER; CAPS AND FUSE.: .  HAMILTON POWDER^ COMPANY-Baker  street,'Nelson, mauufaeturersx>f (lyuamlto,  sporting, stumping, and', blook blasting Powders,  wholesale.dealors In caps; and-fuse, andelectrlo  blasting apparatus.   :  SASH AND DOORS.  NEIJ30N  SAW   AND  PLANING   MILLS,'.  LIMITED^Corner Front and Hall: streeta,  Nolson, manufacturers of and,wholesale' doalers  lu sash and doors; all kinds of faotory work made  to order.  ���   ���         ;_;'-���  WINliS AND CIGARS.  , riALimR-llA -WINE COMPANY, IJMI-  \J  TED"-Coruer Froab und Hall etreata, Nel-  I son.' wholesale de&larflJn, wines (oase:and' bulls,  and iloiuostifl aud Umwtsd.olfiaK, r:i:-'t-.:v:: :-:t;ty.':^ ��� i$yfe&��-��?10li%��!%^M  THE TRIB��rH=B:. OTJLSQKT: B.-C , l-iltraSDAY; OCTOBER" fi, Ml  Z  BANKi OE MONTBEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST ' 7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount, Royal ...President  Hon. Oeorga A. DrummomU .^.. ."Vice-President  K. H. Clo Hi ton General ALulatfur  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Kakor and Kooteuur Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  ��� Hraiftliei lu London (England) Nkw York,  Ciiioa(K), and all the principal elites lu Canada.  liny and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Ti-.iuHfurx.  (Irunt Commercial and Travolers' Credits,  available In auy part of Ihe world.  Krafts issued, Collections Made, Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  CDRRKKT RA.TK OP INTEREST PAID.  II )W THE DOCTOR COT THERE  A Rough Trip.  The other clay a country physi-  v'mn received a call to j?o -from his  place into a lumber camp in the  J'.ir Rrassau region and it was such  a call as a doctor cannot well refuse; .su'ys the Lewiston, (Me.) .Tonr-  ^nal. So he went to West Cove on  Moosehend with a big coat nnd  ���wearing leggings and shoe packs*-, as  (lif low moccasins are called.  A lumberman was there, and this  man had made arrangements to  'carry the doctor up as far as West  "Outlet on a hand-car on the Canadian Pacific road.. They had to  stop once and unload the hand-car  on to their backs in a gully so that  a freight train could go past.  Above West Outlet a certain portion of the lake surface was free of  snow, and the doctor and the woodman guide strapped on tlieir skates  and started.- There were numerous-  '���wrinkles," huge bulging rifts in  the ice where the moving of the  mighty surface had met ancl made  ruin. When they came to one of  these wrinkles ^the woodman-'-went*  aliead-and prodded-and poked until"  ho found a place where they could"  cross.  It is possible that more men-have-  been drowned"in tho waters of' the"  Moosehend by carelessness-in cross-  I   ing wrinkles   than   by any other  cause.  By the   time   they got   to  the  mouth of Moose river the. doctor  was obliged-' to own to-his" .sturdy-  companion" that he was fair tuck-'  ered.   .Tiie. man Jind a_ mposo sled  lihere^h'tliVblishes. . He had left it  there when  he came out after the  doctor.    He piled the'medicine-man-  on with his case, wrapped-him in.  blankets and  sot away along the  (oto road...Theie'was no team-out,  Tor there was much uncertainty as  to when  the doctor would  be able  to got along,.  When'he could he walked. " Tiie'  rost? of-the time he rode. Tho tough  little-man.of >the-woods- seemed in  no wise wearied. He told- the-doc-  'tor. .that it was easy enough to  make those kind of trips when one.  was toughened to it.  Iu the camp was one of the bosse3  who had been caught in a snub line  and who had had most of the flesh  on the calf of his leg rasped oif by  the cruel cable.  TlieTdoctor did what,- he could for  ^the=sufferei��^Refore=ho=finished-a=  messenger came from a camp ten  miles' above. -They had learned  that a physician was in the section,  and they Avail ted him. Teh men  were down with the grip and colds  and two had pneumonia. So the  doctor went up to that camp.  There was.nothing.else to do. He  says that 'if he had refused he  ,guesses 'tliey would have loaded  him on a sled willy-nilly and would  have taken him along. He came  out after six days in the woods.  Strike at Seattle.'  From 1100 to 1300 trade unionist ��  aro idle in Seattle. Work was  stopped on over 30^residence buildings and six large brick < business  blocks uuder process of construction on Monday, and a threatened  paralysis of nearly the entire building industry in the city is the., re-'  suit thus .far of the fight: between  the Trades Council and Builders'  Exchange..'of Seattle, a fight that  has beeii brewing, for severalweeks.-  Reads His Own Epitaph.  Edward^Boylaiv returned- from  his Wisconsin farm to read his own  epitaph'   at   Boonton,   N.- .T.    The',  monument   bearings ib   has   stood  there- S2"-years.'   It tells that Boy-  Ian was 22 years of age wheirhe  d ied.  Thirty-two years ago .Boylan  worked   in the  iron works '.".'there.'.  At the Caledonian games at'Pater-  son,  on the bank of   the   Passaic  river,-there was a riot and several  men thrown into the river.   Boylaii  was   supposed- tc be   among.,the-  number- -never -accounted;for.   The:  other day Boylan walked into the  house of his brotlrer-in-'lawrPatrick  Cullen.   He was not recognized, but  gpon proved his identity.   Boylau  jsaid he had been considering the  THE BANK OE  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.  idea, of leaving Boonton, and while  nt Paterson hornet men i'roni-the  Pennsylvania iron works, and without sending word home started  with then for Pittsburg. He worked  there for years and then went to  Chicago where he worked for a  short time,' and then went on to  Wisconsin; bought a farm-and "has  prospered.- He is now on a trip he  had been planning for 25 years'to  Boonton.  Kind Queen Margherita.  An   American    woman    abrond  aiys:  "Queen Margherita is, in the parlance of her Alpine subjects, 'our  kind queen,' with a strong emphasis on the adjective. She charms  every one with whom she comes in  contact. A little housemaid in t-he-  mountain hostelry of Casa Yanzo,  where, the queen stopped on two of  her excursions from flressoney,  "said: 'The queen patted my cheek.  Just think how friendly is our kind  queen! She is far more affable  than even her lady in waiting.'  "The 'kind queen'- heard of a peasant girl who had met with au acci-"  dent and broken her leg. Forthwith her majesty dispatched a messenger with inquiries and a present-  ancl a promise of a carriage -to convey the doctor and' patient to the  nearest hospital, which was - a  whole day's drive from where the  accident happened.  In one of her long walks queen  Margherita passed the charred remnants of the hamlet of San Antonio.-  She made instant inquiries as-.to-  the   condition   of   the' burned-out  families," and the result" was that  each family   received  a $20 noter  from the queen���a veritable fortune''  in a poor valley, and being wholly  unexpected a welcome fortune, too.  To a-foreigner who had been  help-  fnl-to some Italian peasants whose  industry is as. great as their poverty", the queen'devised an enchanting surprise, making the stranger.,  the channel of tho royal'"bounty to  a number -of- Pied mon tese-toilers;  These are random  but typical instances of the queen's-tactful kind-:  ncsses."���Philadelphia Record.  Wholesale andzR&xil  Established in Nelson in 1890.  WE   HAVE   THE   STO��K  Wholesale and Retail  '.ytt-iii  "-:*3|  5" & 1  ilow For  Ifc is to .the-direct interest of everyone who  visits Nelson this fall to examine our lines and get  our prices before buying elsewhere.  A correct knowledge; of the market's offerings  is of inestimable.advantage to buying intelligently.  ��� ��  We make- every effort to know and meet the  wishes of our customers;  ���    ���  Our assortment is larger than ever before, and  the newest designs-are more attractive.  You are just as welcome when you come to see  us as when you come to buy. : ���  O rders sent by maiL are filled quickly and as  completely as is possible anywhere.  As. we employ the best workmen, all our watch and jewelry manufacturing is guaranteed.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Great Napoleon's Double.  "During the next 10 years the  cherished ambition of Madame Bonaparte was to marry her son Jerome  to a. girl of rank," writes William  Perrine of Elizabeth-Patterson, the  American- wife of Jerome- Bonaparte, in the October.Ladies Home  Journal. "Various plans were meditated, "particularly "his proposed  marriage to one of the- daughters  of Joseph Bonaparte, who was then  living in Bordentown, N. J��� and  who was even solicited to- place  himself actively at the head of the  Bonaparte interest in France,after  the death of Napoleon at St. Helena-.  But 'Bo,' the pet name she gave  heu=son>=wasJittlejucline(Lto=helpj  along these matrimonial speculations. Her special desire was that  lie would not fall in love with--ah'  American, and that he would-al-'  ways bear, in mind the possibility"  tliat the French people might call a  Bonaparte like him to the throne.  "But all madarab Bonaparte's-  daring hopes for her- son were;  dopmed'to disappointment; In 1819;  while, she was in Europe, she  learned that he had married: an  estimable young woman in Balti-:  more. While the second Jerome  ���Bonaparte, who was a graduate, of  Harvard college, was never naturalized as an American citizen, he became a highly respected** gentleman-  both an this country and- abroad.  It was frequently observed in Europe that he resembled his uncle,  the great emperor, more than-' Napoleon's own brothers or any others  of his kinsmen. Indeed,, his figure,  the cast of his head, the regularity  of his features and his eyes were so  much like the emperor's that there  was some fear in France during.tlie  Louis Philippe monarchy that-the  resemblance might stir the Napoleonic affections of the people, and he  was forbidden to visit Paris even  while traveling incognito."  Laborers Kick.  ��� Panama, October 10.��� Nine hundred Jamaican laborers engaged by  J. P. MacDonald, the contractor to  work at ������������ Guayaquil, Ecuador,  arrived here-yesterday evening in  transit. They soon expressed  themselves as dissatisfied owing to  the poor quarters and made a disturbance. Most of them are now  watched by a detachment of Colombian troops, but many' have disappeared^ and it is rumored they  have foimd employment along the  Capital Authorized $2,500,000  Capital- Paid up $2,458,603  Rest $1,700,000  D. R. Wilkie, General Manager.  E. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Blook, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager."  canal. It is feared - those under-  guard - will refuse to proceed to  Ecuador. They claim- the Colombian - authorities have no -right to  interfere inthe matter.-  Plague" in Bombay.-  London; October' 10.���"Bubonic  plague," says a dispatch- to the  Daily Express from-Bombay, "is  becoming---epidemic-in many districts >of --- the. Bombay > presidency.  Alarming increases are reported  fromPoona and Belgoum, while the  coast ports are infected."--  The cotton crops have withered  in Ahmednagar" and -Bijapust -districts in consequence of the drough."  Arrested'-for-Forfferyr  - New.York, October 10.���Richard  J. Carrol, who tor a number of years  has been-chief-money order clerk  in branch "E" of the postoffice in  this city, was-arrested today for  forging-and raising-money "orders.  Carrol was arraigned'bef ore United  States "commissioner Shields, and  his.examination-- was 'set- for next  Surpassing'  Fall Suitings  Allthe fashionable creations  in Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of' Scotch and:. Irish  Serges, Tweeds-and Worsteds, and: Fancy. Trouserings  Ei Skinner  Neolands'Building, Baker Street.  FRED "J. SQUIRE, Manager.  GrEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.  OPPOSITE' THE ."QUEEN'S   HOTEL/  Large stock of high-class - imported gooda. -A  specialty, of the square shoulder���the. latest  fashion in coate.  MRS. McLAUCHLINS  Mttlihe-py  Saturday- morning. Bail was set  at $2500. The amount of the -alleged -forgeries is not yet known,  .but it is believed to.be large. Car-  .rol had beea employed in the post-  office for sixteen years.  Death of a Centenarian.  Welland, Ontario, October 10.���  Mrs Fannie Jones, colored, ' aged-  102 years died here yesterday. She  and her husband,-who died here a  few years ago, were over 100 years  old and were slaves up to the time  of the American' civil war, when  they made their -escape to Canada  and haveresided here ever since.  Were Alien Laborers.  Toronto", Ontario, October 10.���  Nine American -fresco* painters at  work on the house of' Mrs. Massey,  Sherboiirne street this city, were  dismissed this morning at- the instance of the alien- labor- commissioners.     *  Escaped From the Boers.  Ottawa, October 10.���Sir Alfred  Milner cables from' Cape Town that-  private Carter, of the". Mounted  Rifles, formerly of Manitoba, - severely wounded and a prisoner of  war since, had escaped at Wbnder-  foritein"'on~October 7th. =  Nelson Opera House  FOR   SALE  ON   EASY TERMS  Till; PROI'KRTV  K.VOVV.V AS  The Florence Park Hotel  or Roberts' Ranch  113 acres more or 1038. A first-class going business, with Xi acres of first-class land under cultivation, S80 fruit trees, a large proportion bearing  fruit; 1000 small fruits���raspberries, blackberries  and currants.  One mile cast of the tcrminous of the electric  tramway.  For particulars apply to  HUGH R. CAMERON  Insurance Agent  BAKER STREET " NELSON  October 12th and 13th.  Famous  GORTON'S  ��� ���  WHITE  PEOPLE  NEWEST ....  COSTLIEST. .  UP-TO-DATE  A Show ol Unusual-Excellence.  TOP  LINERSv  3 ... BROTjHERS  RE^fOf-fD ... 3  European/tarobacic /Tjaruels  jo<?K sv/noj-JDS l|H/W COOD/n/W  Of Symonds ��� Hughes -! I    Pleasing Comedian.  .. Rastus." ;j  '"'.���"'" '  ED. FO/    .....      \Qflf\S.-Vf\tt      He wilh the Eccentric]]'    Ballai��lis*.��  Legs.-- j 1  FUED- S<?fl/iyDT  \\j, fif\r\ijE BF^lCCiS  Sweet-Tenor. jj    Premier; Basso.  qOI-jJOJJ apd !����  The Princes of High Class Musical Comedy   AND....  Great Crescent City-Quartette  MATCHLESS STREET PARADE.  Prices, $1.00, 75 and- 50 Cents  JOSEPHINE STEEET        Nelson.           MRS.  ENFIELD'S  HALL   BLOCK,   NELSON.  ENGINEERS.  /"������flAttUEH PARKEK^Mirilne and milling en--  *-* Ktneer. Tarner-HoeclrhBlpckiBakfTBtroet),"  N#lROn,~-  1  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  NELSON. B. 0.  Coffee roasters and dealers In Tea and Coffee.  Olfer frouli roauUxl coffee of best <iiiallty an  follows 1 ���  Java and Arabian Maoha, per, pound".  Java aud Mooha I.'leud, _ pounds.....  Flno Santoa,4 ponflds   Sanloa Blend, 5 pounda.  onutva jHoputu pvuuuo. ����������������.   Our Spoolal Blend."C pounds...   Our IUo Roasli, 6 pounds ���   A taial order soliotted. Salesroom . doors east  of Oddfellows hlook. Wnflti Haknr Hla-oAti.  I 10  1 00  1 00  100  1 00  100  TO   BUILDING   CONTRACTORS.  The plans and specifications for tiie alterations  of the Phalr Hotel are to he serin: at the offlce of  Kwart & Carrie, architects, Nelson.  Bids for the pxeoutlon of the work will be received at tho Phalr Hotel np to C p. iu., Ootohor  -11th, 1900. ,���'_''  The lowest or- anv tender not necessarily accepted, K, R, PHAiR. "  D.J. Dewar, J. P.  Notary Public���Conveyancer.  FOR    SALE.  SfiOO buys two good lots 100x120 on Mill sired.  ?2#J buys a nico lol. drained and cleared, on Observatory-street.  SvW) buys a lot 50x120 on "Mil street.  $2100 takes 7-room-houso- and lot, -15x120. Only  $200 cash wanted, balance $25 per month,  $2200 buys house'and lot .on Carbonate street  I hat lets for ?3f>'per month,' - $100 or $.W0 cash  wanted down.  TO   LET  4-roorn cottage,'150 feet from post ofilce; ��12 including water. -  House on Silica street, $30; furnished, or $25 un  furnished.   Nice house and location,-  House���seven rooms, Cedar street; S?0.  Office In  Madden" Block n  D. J. DEWAR  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents*=J.=& J.-TAYLQRSAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  GftllpE & O'REILLY  Baker Street  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  AGENTS  1*0 R RENT  C-rooincd house and bath, together with kitchen  nmge,< complete with hot and cold water, Oh-  .servatory street,  liiajjnlllccnt view; rent, in-  cluding-watcr rale. ?2f> per month.  fl-roomeiT houso, comer Cedar und  Carbonate  fitreets; $20 per inonth. ,      '��� ���  ,,  ���1-roonicd house, Hume Addition ; $I*< per inonth.  4-roomed cottago. Core street SlZ.fiOpor inonth.  JM-oomedhouse,-corner of Mill and HaU'stiecl.s;  830 per month, from 1st Novemoor.  Kontscollectcd.- l.oan.s made:-' ���  Agents for British Columbia Permanent Loan  & Savings-Company.- o  IVjINING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Richelieu, 1000  FOR SALE.  Six-room houRO, Hume Addition, SSSO.  A complete set of tinner's tools.  Team, iiarnens and wagon, $1S0.  CAM, ON  H. A. Prosser  UUOK1CU. WARD STR1BKT  FOB SALE-OHEAP  Six lots corner Observatory and   Hall streets,  drained and cleared for bnlhlinfj.  Charles St Bat^be, Agent  fi^EYTO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply Q, Ij. LENNOX. Solloltor, Nel��m R. C  IlnLeadin&Scotch Whisky  H  .P.RITHET&CO.,Ltd,  VICTORIA.  Agents for British Columbia.  A. B. GRAY, Box 521, Nelson  Kootenay Representative.  (fCtirCLI IU IUUUUUUI UlItUUIJ.MUIIinUULlLT  JUST   ARRIVED-  A Car I^>ad of  Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  mirrrriTtirnrrrniiTriiTiiiiraiinnrrrttirtTnx:  R. REISTERER & COi  IlItKWKItS AND BOTTLKBH OW  FINE LAGER^BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular  gJ^afliSi.     Brawery at Hal��on  -A..   Jj3T>TSTJJ]-i^X)-  Contracting Palntera, Deooratorfl;'Paporhangers."  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, oto,   Kalso-  mining and Tinting.  Strictly flrst-clasa' work.  EsUuiates furnished.  RoBidenoo Mill Street),  WDT Cf|N    R   f!  Opposite School House  nfiiliOUJW, O, \j.  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  (Irab-oiaaa wheelwright.  apoolal attention given to all kinds of repairing and custom work from outside points.  Hhonf   Hull Wi.. bflfiwnnn  Bulmr and Vnrnon.  ^  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  ...KEIJ30N IXJ1JGE, NO. 23, A. K. & A. M.  ~ Meets seoond Wednesday In eaoh month.  Sojourning brethren invited.  K  NIOKTS OF PYTHIAS^- Nelson IxxUre.No,-  25, Knights of PythloB, meots in 1.0. O. K.  J. A. Paqiicttc, K. of It. & S.  ���KTELSON Ij. O. L., No. 1092, meets In I. O. O. F.  J-" Hall, oorner Bakor and-Kootenay-streets,'  1st and 8rd Friday of eaoh month. Visiting  breihern oordlally Invite<l; It. KobinSon.'W. M.  ���\V. Crawford, Reoordlng-Seoretary.  NELSON AERUC, Number 22, Fraternal Order  ot Eagles, nioetfl-every tseoond and fourth  Wednesday lheaoh month - In Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren woloomo, W. OoanoU, Prwl <  dent,  ChwlBflProa^.-rJooroljarr.1  E P: Whalley, J. P.  NOTARY PUBLIC  " Office with C. W. West 8. Co., corner Hall and  City office oif tho Nelson Soda water Factory.-  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Viotoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box MS. TKLEPHONB NO.D6  B  ARCHITECTS.  WART &  CARRIE���Architects."   Rooms 7  and 8 Aberdeen blook.'Baker streotrNelson.  TRADES   UNIONS.     -.   ^  NKLSON MINERS-UNION NO." 96. W. F. O  ' M.���Meetsvln, miners'* union- rooms,'' northeast oorner Viotoria and-Kootenay Btreets, erery  Saturday -evening - at ��� 8 o'clock.-- Visiting 'members welcome., M. R. Mowatt, President. Jamo  Wilkes, ���- Secretary. ~ Union 8ca"lk op AVaqes  fob Nkmon District���Per; shift, machine  men, $3.50: hammersmen miners, $3.25; muckors,  carmen;'shovelera and other.undergronnd laborers, ^.00.  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The regular meetings of tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will-be hold in tho. miners' union hall,  cornor of Viotoria and -Kootenay streets,' on the  first and third Thursday of eaoh month,' ai  7.30p.m. O. J. Thorpo,President. J.H.Matheson, Secretary.  THE regular meetings of the Carpenters' Union  are held on Wednesday evening of each  week, at 7-o'clock, in the Minors' Union ball corner Viotoria and Kootonay streets. R. Robinson, President.  James Colling, Secretary.     -  -  BARBERS' UNION.-Nolson Union, No. 196. of  the International Journeymen' Barber's Union of America, meets every first and third Monday of each month In Miner's Union Hall, corner  of Victoria and-Kootenay streets,-at 8:30 p.tn.  sharp." Visiting brothers cordially invited to  attend. J. H. Matheson, President. - W. S. Bel-  ville, Secretary.  NOTICE.  ���551  ,--, -���>' f  "Z'M  -   ,-. <��� ,vvl  ><--' 'igl  - - *   . .  ;    ,BJfc'','  -* '- "���o'-tI  ,. -;tfl  '   1      "   r-^ii, I  r   %*V V\ ���*'-_  l  .SI  '~:>4  ^'^rl  , ���*&  . "-">,''"L  ��� A_>]  '������'���"-^1  A .     . '-  I I. J^l  , w  _-fyu  !.**  v*  ���'A  -.**  ' ^E  *��  iA  ��'*v  &$,  ~v *  4 At  ������   -A'  J^l  -^1  "' :%\  BRICKLAYERS AND MASONS' .UNION.  "The'Brlcklayers and Masons' International  Union No: 3 of Nelson 'meets second and fourth  Tuesdays In each month at Miners Union hall.  J. W. Etcher, president; Josoph Clark, recording  and corresponding secretary.  LABORER8' UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro  tecMvo Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L.. meet's In  Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's, block, corner of Ba-  -kerand*Koctenay%treolare^ryiMoriaay:evenlng_  at,7:30 p.m. sharp. "Vlslttngineraborsof theAiherl-  canFederation cordially iiivited to attend. A;AV.  McFeo, President..Percy Shackellon,-Secretary.  NELSON PAINTERS' UNION���Tho regular  meeting of tho Painters'- Onion- is held  the first and third Fridays in each'mohth at Miners' Union hall nt 7:30 sharp. T. O. Skatbo, President; Will J. Hatch. Sccrotary.  PLASTERERS' UNION-The O. P. V. A. No.  172,- meets overy Monday evening in tho  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley streets, at  8 o'clock.- J. D. Mover, president: Donald'Mo  Lean. wwrntAry'  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  ily resolution of the City Council, passed in  rcgnlar session on-Monday, October Sth, H)00,1  was instructed to Ciiuse notico to be given, by  publication In a newspaper circulating in thu  City of Nelson, to all parties in arrears for excessive amounts for water and electric light  rates, who have been duly notified of such arrears, that if such arrears aro not paid on or before October 20th, 1000, thnt their water and  electric light sorvicos will bo discontinued on  that date. J. K. STR AC HAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C, October 8th; 1900. ^^   ESTATE  OP  HENBY A.   QEBVAN.  In the matter of tho estate of-HenryA.Oervan.  late of the City of 'Nelson In the province of  British.Columbia,deceased. t  -lm  Not ico is hereby given pursuant to the "Tru'i-  ' tees and Executors Act" of the revised stntntej  of the Provice of British Columbia, 1897, Cap  1S7, that all creditors and others baring clalm-i  against, the estate of the said Henry A. Gervan.  \st\a died on or about the 291 h day of Match,  190(1. to snnd by post prepaid, ordellvor tpAlessrs.  Galliher &��� Wilson, of the said City of Nelson,  solicitors for Thomas J. McCammonahe admin-  i^trator of tho personal estate aud efrects-ot the  said deceased, or to the said Thomas J. McCammon of the City of-Nelson aforesaid, thetr-chris-.  tlan'and surnames, addresses and descriptions,  the full particulars of their claims, the statement)  of their accounts and tho nature of the securities, if any, held by them, on or before the 20th  day of October, 1900.. :        .  And further tako notico that after such lain  mentioned date the said administrator will- proceed to distributo the nssots of the deceased  among tho parlies �����>ntltled thereto, having regard only to the claims which he shull'then'have  notico, and> tho said-administrator will not be  llablo for the said assets or any part, thereof to  any person-or persons of whoso.claims notice  hhall not have been received by hlrn at the tima  of such distribution,  GALLIHER & WILSON,  Solicitors for Thomas -J; McCammon. admlnli*  Utor for Henry A. Gervan, deooased. �����  Dated this 30th day o! September, ISOO, ���ffcfr tribune .-" NBM6N7STar tSbluiSdat "' October Ti imo.  i  Queen Victoria. Chocolates  THUE  BEST   OUST  THE   IM^IRIKIET  sold o_sriu~sr _3-_r  W. F,  _=>TJ'__'   TJr'E��   I3ST   25   -AJNTD  so oeustt *bo*2C*ejs3  Teetzel & Co.  OORNER 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 219 BAKER STREET. NELSON.  STOVES!       STOVES!  We are sole agents for the celebrated  COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS  Will burn anything.   Results unequalled  in any line of heaters.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  m&m  \**^��?^&^z��  J��.  to  to  ���to  M  to  Contractors ^  Builders  to  to  Having; disposed or our business to Mr. Ernest Mansfield, we W  bespeak for him a continuance of that liberal share" of patronage to  which has been extended us during our career In Nelson. We can Qff\  only say that those traits* which have built up tor us and maintained jm  our -reputation for reliable dealings will be continued throughout sk  by. the new firm. We therefore take great pleasure in recommend- W.  ing him' to all our old customers, and also to any new ones who W  may honor him with their patronage. to  Thanking' you for past favors, " " to  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.      ^  ';'-.;- T. G. PROCTER, to  ���        ��� " '"        Late Managing. Director.        /TO  Nelson, B. C, 5th October, 1900. [m  To the Public...  jm Having, taken over the business of the .West Kootenay Brick & ^  j��� Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance jm  ffz of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My iv.  to aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest W  to possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods in larger to  to quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a ^1  ffrj lower figure. pj^  to It is our intention to install machinery to manufacture our to  jm marble products,' and next season we shall be in a position to supply ^  jjL these products at reasonable rates. ..jw,  (m. We shall also keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay, (^  to T-Ies and Cement* 'to  jm Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the ^  /jm Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1890 and also this year. We also frfa  iu secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building 2k  -W-Stone. =��� --* - = = -jg  %t We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors  and ;&  to Builders.                                                                                                  to  to ERNEST MANSFIELD,            to  to for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company, to  P(m Successors to Wjjl  ^ The West Kootenay Brick &��� Lime Co., Ltd. ^  Nelson, B. C., 5th October, 1900. ijjj  -��#'  New Fall Goods  New Dress Goods in Tweed, Costume Cloth, Homespun  and Black Goods.  Shirt Waists in Corduroy Flannel Mercerised Sateen  and Flannelette.  A large range of Black  Dress Skirts.   Underskirts from $1.25 to  $7.00.   Latest styles in Ladies' and Children's Jackets.  Children's Flannelette Underwear.  Our Clothing,  Gents'  Furnishings, and  Boot and  Shoe  Slock is  complete.   We have the celebrated Carsa' Mackinaw  Jackets and Pants.  A full line of Rubber Goods.  A.FERLAND & CO.  OUR   FILTERS  ARE   FILTERS  I IT COSTS BUT ONE CENT|ol^CL03^  I ARK NOISELESS  To drop us a poBt card that wa may. call and give estimates,   lt saves many dollars.  Never  have nnyc plumbJiifj done until you nave soon our goods and our prlue*.  OPPOSITE!  POSTOFFICH.  STRACHAN BROTHERS, Plumbers.  TOWN LOTS  FOR SALE  Two good buelnftsa lots in the town of Phoenix,  ��l tettt frontage.    Original cost *l,O0O." Will sell  i'or the same figure on tbe following terms: One-  thu4 caabj.balance In six aad. twelve months. I  address, F. B.IT.,post offlce box 193, Nelson, B.C. J  Private    School  And Kindergarten.  .English, Calisthenics,  Thorough ������     man and French if required  tnences 3rd September.  .__, Music, Qer-  Fall term com-  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Rev. .IV II. White, pastor of the  Methodist church, will preach attlie  preparatory communion service in  St. Paul's Presbyterian chureli tonight at"8 o'clock.  The post-mortem examination of  the remains of the late Eva Moser  revealed the fact that she had succumbed, to pneumonia. An inquest  was therefore considered unnecessary and the body was interred.  The cup presented by the tramway company for competition- at  the NelsonRille Association matches  and won by Alex Grant, is on exhibition in Jacob Dover's .window. It is  a handsome silver trophy, 21 inches  in height and decorated with characteristic fi gures.  The advance sale of seats for the  Mikado has reached .$400, a gratifying condition Of affairs from the  standpoint of the management.  The first dress rehearsal takes place  tonight, when any slight imperfections will bo corrected and the  business of the play completed.  A quiet wedding took place yesterday afternoon at the residence  of Levi Pogue, Victoria street, the  contracting parties being Miss Annie  Elizabeth Lewis and William Ball.  Herron of the local .C. P. R. staff.  Rev. Robert Frew, pastor of St.  Paul's Presbyterian church, performed the ceremony.  The Alba Heywood company  packed the building at the opera  house last night. Their performance proved to be all that was said  of it. Mr. Heywood i.s an exceptionally clever entertaiuer and his  support is first class. The firemen's  benevolent fund will be substantially increased as a result of the  enterprise.   Superintendent of Military Railways.  A. II. Buchanan, manager of -the  Bank of Montreal, has received  word from captain Hodgins of Nelson, who wrent to South Africa as a  lieutenant in" company A of the  First Canadian Contingent. He i.s  at Johannesburg, acting as assistant to colonel Gironard, who has  charge of all the railways in Orange  River and Vaal River colonies. The  captain is also a J. P. in Vaal River  .Colony. This would indicato that  captain Hodgins will remain in  South Africa for some time, as the  positionlhe^oeeupies is an important  one, and the railways will likely be  until military control until peace is  iirmly established.  Definitely. Settled.  The location of the government  ofiice.for. Goat River mining division has been definitely settled.  Plans have/,been accepted for the  building, and tenders are called for  its erection. Creston will be the  seat of government for the division  that is said to have more valuable  undeveloped claims than any other  in the province.  COURT MATTERS INCENERAL  Application .Refused.  The, application of the Nelson Bar  Society to have the assizes postponed from Wednesday next was  refused by the attorney-general's  department. 'Another, urgent message was dipatched, asking that the  civil cases  at least be adjourned,  **   *��������  and the lawyers hope" to receive a  more favorable reply.  ���Regina vs. Algiers.  A stay of-proceedings has been  secured in the matter of Regina vs  Algiers, and an interesting point of  law has cropped up in connection  therewith.. The defendant Algiers  re-staked the Velvet group at Rossland, claiming that the original location had "lapsed because of the  owners neglecting necessary records. The .affidavit of location contains a clause setting for tli that the  locator does, not know of any dwelling house1 or building within the  curtilage of the claim, and the prosecution '^-secured Algiers' commitment bii the charge of perjury,  asserting that hi.s No. 1 post was  almost against the "ore-bin on the  Velvet. The defense now- brings  up the claim that the form of the  affidavit overrides the act.  "An Old Case.  Tho oldest case unsettled in the  records of the court of Kootenay  was set down for trial at the approaching assizes yesterday. It is  that of Harris vs. Kirlin, commenced in 189(1 when the writ was  issued, and;at a-standstill ever since  until a short time since when tho  statement of claim was filed. The  plaintiff asks possession of lot 4,  block' 1 in Sandon, an injunction  to restrain defendants from -tres-  passihg.---thereon and .damages to  the extent of. $180. The defence is  that plaintiff'is not. entitled to.  possession. The question at issue  is as to whether a crown grant to  the mineral claim Londoun entitles  Harris to" the surface rights of the  ground.  In Regina' vs Walker, in which  defendant is charged with wound-  ill and get a pair of our Scalloped  Edge Feather-weight Rubbers.  Neelarid's Shoe Co.  $9,000 FIRE SALE  Nelson Furniture Co.  The entire stock of the Nelson Furniture Company  has been purchased by  The OLD CURIOSITY SHOP  and will be Soldtat  .11-1.1 I ,ii-,umn,mmm__-______wm__m___m___m    ���  Tremendous Sacrifice Prices  _____m_-___-m_--__m-_---_-_-_.-m_-U-_-^_-.^ma^_____wm__m_^ .  ... The stock consists of Furniture, Carpets, Linoleums,  Pictures, Upholstered Goods, Fancy Rockers, etc.  "W  HI.   IB^IEIE-iiS   <fe  WELSOW  ���BT-A-SLO  SufiL3srr>o*N  STOVES!   STOVES!   STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES    -  Sole Agents for the Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  TKLEPHONE 27  Store, Corner Baker anil Josephino Street.  ing a man at Fernie, the crown has  concluded to withdraw the prosecution. /    .  PERSONAL.  Frank Kirkpatrick of Portland,  Oregon, ii in the eity. , '  T. L. B. Vroora.of St. John, N. B.,  is registered at tho Queen's hotel.  Charles Plowman of Camp Mansfield is registered at the Hotel Phalr.  The Alba Hey wood Company was  registered at the Hotel Phair yesterday.  Thomas    Honeyford   and   S.   J.  Mighton ot Toronto are in the city today.  Henry Roy, manager of the London Consolidated and Richelieu mines, is in the  city today.  George A. Hunter returned yes-  tcrday from a lengthy business trip through the  provinco.  Joseph Werner, one of the principal owners of tho Valparaiso mine, is a guest  at the Tremont hotel.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Cellar to Rent���Apply Merchants  Bank of Halifax.  Nicely Furnished Rooms���corner  Vernon and Cedar streets.  For Rent���Offices.   Apply to A.  H. Buchanan, Dank of Montreal.  Wanted���First-class skirt and  waist maker.   Apply "Fred Irvine & Co,-  Hack calls left at tho Pacific  Transfer barn on Vemon street. Telephone  call 35.  For     Rent���Store   in   Tremont  Hotel block. Apply tu Malono & Tregillus,  Tremont Hotel.  Wanted���First-class barber, $21  guaranteed. Answer immediately. Tteco Barber  Shop. Sandon, B. O. _  To Let���Early next month, store  in brick block with cellar. Apply C. W. West &  Co., corner Hall and Baker streets.  Large well   furnished   rooms.' to  let. Apply rooms 1 a��-d ft "Macdonald building,  corner Josephine ami Vernon slroel.4. ���  To Let���Furnished room "afc reas-  able figure; private board next door. Fourth  house above chy hnll, Victoria street.  For Rent���Unfurnished six-room  cotlngo. Wnter. electric".light and Fewerage.  Apply io Mrs. Uroasdailo, Obsorvntory stree^.  For Rent���Well Furnished rooms,  bath, electriclights.'hot alr.'JMrs. Ogilvie, north  side Carbonate street. heUvoeu Josephine mid  Ward,      -  Wanted���About November 1st a  positinn as stenographer by a young lady. Speed  UO. l'xperieueoit typewriter. Apply to Business  College, Mrs. Rattray.       ' -  NOTICE TO  CONTRACTORS.  Sealed tenders will be received by the undersigned up' to noon on Saturday, October 201 h,  1900, for the construction of a government office  at, tne town of Creston, tloat River Mining division. Plans and specifications can he sden at the  government ngpnt's ofllce in Nelson, nnd atthe  oillce of Mr. 0. Mallnndine, Creston.  The lowest or any tendor not necessarily accepted.  JOHN A.  TURNER, -  Government. Agent.  Nelson, B. C, October 10th, 1!K��.  INDIVIDUftt-rr;���  PEPPERS AND SALTS  Cut Glass, with Sterling Silver  tops, at $1 50 per pair  All Silver, $5.00 per pair  Silverplated, 50c per pair  We have one, only, fine Por-  celean Clock, eight day, half-  hour strike, cathedral gong,  worth $16.50, for $11.00  L H.BROWN  STANLEY PIANOS  17S Baker Street,  Nelson, B. C.  is  ______  NELSON TENT AND  AWNING  FACTORY  The best equipped establishment in British Columbia for turning out  all.kinds of canvas goods.  Something' New  .0  Mr  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  it/  iti  iti  \b  iti  iti  �� KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  \k   Telephone IO 185 Bakep Street  '������f^mW'  MORRELL'S  CELEBRATED  HAMS and BACON  MORRELL'S  CELEBRATED  HAMS and BACON  Direct from Iowa's world tamed Corn Belt.  Iowa's Pride Ham, 22c      " Iowa's Pride Bacon, 25c  iti  iti  iti  \ti  it?  iti  iti  iti  ito  vti  iti  iti  xti  xti  iti  \ti  P. O. Box 677  Phone 8  Wm. Hunter & Co.  SUCCESSORS TO  THE WESTERN MERCANTILE CO.,  Limited.  "Staple and Fancy  GROCERS  Aberdeen Block, Baker Street, NELSON-  2j To our Customers ...  m  m  9)  m  m  m  and the Public in General -,  "\Ve having this day disposed of our business to Messrs. Wm.  Hunter <fc Co., we bespeak for them a continuance of that liberal  share of patronage -which lias been extended us during our business career in Nelson. We can only say that those traits wliich  have built up for us and maintained the reputation for'honest  and reliable dealings will be continued throughout by the.new  firm. We therefore tako great pleasure in recommendinglbhem  to all our old customers, and also any new ones who may honor  them with their patronage.  Thanking yon, one and all for past favor's, we are,  m  m  m  -Nel.sonrOcfcober-Rrd'  m  ^  m  To the Public ...  The Western Mercantile Co,, Ltd. J}|    m  4i  \*>  \ti  iti  iti  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  xti  iti  iti  iti  iti  iti  w._  Having this day taken over the'business of .The Western-<  Mercantile Co., Limited, of Nelson, we beg to ask for a continuance of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them.  Our aim will be at all times to supply you Avith groceries at  lowest possible prices. Being in a position to buy. goods in larger  quantities than auy other house in Nelsou, we will therefore give  you the benefit of the margin. : ������'[..'  The staff which has waited on you in tiie past will continue  to do so, and they will' spare no pains in making their dealings  both pleasant and profitable to you.  To those who have not honored the retiring firm with a share  of their patronage, we would ask you to call, and leave, at least,  a trial order, when you will be convinced our prices are the lowest  and our goods aro the best. ,   : ..  ' WMfiUNWR & CO., ���  Successors to  The Western Mercantile Go., Limited.  Staple and Fancy Grocers       NELSON.  For particulars a_pv_y to  MISS PACMRB, Josephine SWBfit,  EVERYTHING  MUST  GO.  Doors Open Thursday Morning, October 4th  THEO tyADSOj-], Proprietor.  Haker Stroet, Nelson.  NOTICE.  Books written up to date, and niiillteil.  Balance and Profit and Loss Sheets struck hy  a flrst.class accountant. *  Fees moderate.   Apply H, Tribune Office;  arid  Maple Syrup  Honey  We have just received a large consignment of Old Settlers' Maple Syrup, the l)<J  on the market; also some pure Ontario White Clover Honey.   Try it.  Houston Block,  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. Ik'YING & Cl,l  &i___?__T_ty_:.  m

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