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 DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  EIGHTH YEAR  NELSOK:  THURSDAY  PRICE FIVE  BIRD CREEK (MM TO THE  A   Mining   District   Offering  Great   Possibilities   Now  Being  Developed.  OTHER   MINING   MATTERS  OF   INTEREST  RECORDED  Anion*-; tho well known  mineral  H'l-LiojiH in tlie immediate  vicinity  t.l' Nelson   whicli  promise to  make  1 his camp the banner  free  milling  district   of   the   province   ia  Bird  . Creek.      ft   enters   tho   Kootenay  river     between    Forty-nine     .and  -. Hover creeks,  but is shorter than  cither, rising within 3J  miles  from  its  mouth.   Like the majority of  the sections which go  to  make up  tlie big free milling belt extending  for miles west of Nelson, Bird creek  owes what  development it  has  to  prospectors, but in the era of  general activity on which the country  is entering the choice locations are  bound  sooner  or  later  to  attract  the attention of capital, and iu the  opinion of locators this is the only  essential required  to  put. the  section on a producing basis.  Bird creek was originally worked  by the placer- miners  who washed  along Forty-nine, Hover   and  the  other   creeks   in   tiie    vicinity   a  ijuarter of a century ago.    As  late  as   1SS0   the   placer   claims   were  worked   over   by  Chinamen,  who  took  considerable   gold   from   the  <;reek.    In 185)0 a cloud-burst came  down the creek, the indications of  which remain today in' the shape of  " great boulders piled up in the chan-  . .nel.   The water tore oil' the banks  for many feet, revealing the forma-  . tion and uncovering several- ledges  of ore.    Charles  G. Harvey, now in  the Yukonj staked one of the ledges  under the name of the Golden  Egg  ���lor Ward Brothers now of. Nelson.  This lead was then, and is still, " regarded as among the best locations.  . on' the creek:   ft was"' staked^iater:  as the Monogram, ran out, was relocated and passed through .various  . hands until 1898, when .7. W. Baxter  staked it as the Ophir and went   to  work in earnest.   The ledge  is free  milling,  fourteen    feet   in   width,  -with ore scattered all across, carrying from a trace to $150 in gold.  The work on the claim consists of  - 10 feet of drifting on the vein, a  ten-foot crosscut and 30 feet of inclined shaft.    The average of the  property is difficult to estimate but  with   depth   it   will   at   least   be  medium    grade.       Adjoining   the  Ophir on the   west is the   Huby,  owned by Mickey Monahan.   It. has  the Ophir lead,   and   considerable  work has been done with .the re-  smlt that tho claim is showing up  well.    West   of   the   Ruby is the  Garnet owned by ,Tohn Reagan and  M. Monahan.   It is  located on the  -same-lead;���Still���further--west are  claims owned by J. W. Harkness  and Mike O'Brien, all on the Ophir  ledge.    East   of the Ophir is the  Turquoise owned by Frank Fletcher.  It is on  the same lead and has a  number of open cuts showing  the  extension.       Adjoining    the   Turquoise   is a claim owned by Tom  Powell on  which   development   is  confined to open cuts.  Another well known group is the  Primrose;''Emerald and Shandon at  the head of the creek. The Primrose is owned by Alex. Long who  has stripped the ledge for a considerable distance and made a ."30-  foot cut. He has three leads of gold  and copper ore, the widest being 30  inches, and the claim looks well.  The Emerald, which adjoins, is in  dispute. R. M. Macdonald and R.  R. Hedley of Nelson have an interest in the property which has a  four footJead of gold and copper.  The Shandon belongs to J. G. Roberts arid the Vanstone brothers of  Nelson. They have two twenty  foot tunnels on the claim and a  number of open cuts. The Shandon has a particularly good showing in-copper. .  J. Olson is working a promising  claim at the mouth of the creek.  He-has eight feet of ore said to average if 8 in gold, and will continue  working all winter.' Between this  and the Ophir is the Mayflower,  owned by J.-W. Harkness. He has  done several season's work on the  claim and has eight to ten feet of  ore which runs $0 or $7 iu gold on  the surface.  Up on the divide at the head of  the creek is a galena property, the  only one in the district. It is owned  by    Robert    McCormick,    Frank  Fletcher and R. C. Campbell-Johnson. After the property was staked  several years were spent in looking  for the lead, which was finally located . last; spring. The ledge is  eight to ten feet wide with3 ore all  through and the property promises  to become a profitable concentrating proposition.  The last location on Bird creek  was staked on Tuesday by Tom  Cunningham for D.Stevenson. It  is the Darien, between the Mayflower and the river, and has a  two-foot lead on the surface.  fire and the fusing of, materials, J  which running together form a  mass of all sorts of stuff. For instance, what was supposed to be  parts of bodies taken-from the  ruins last night turned out to be on  examination at the morgue, blackened piles of melted gum aiabic.  Again today another mass was found  which the workmen first thought to  be human flesh, but is now thought  to be melted rubber.   ,  P  Capitalized at a Million.  The transfer of. the Royston  group of Claims on Morning mountain by the owners, J. L. Stamford  and others,'has been completed and  local parties have incorporated a  joint stock company with a capital  stock of $1,000,000, nori-assessable,  to operate the property. The Royston includes the Skene Dow, Nellie,  Royston, Barrie and Royston Fraction claims and the group adjoins  the Venus property, Smelter ereek  inteisects the claims, furnishing a  fair supply of water for milling  purposes. The work on the group  to date consists of 25 feet of tunnelling on the lead, stripping for 200  feet and other surface work. The  vein is about three feet wide in free  milling ore, that iu sight in the tun ���  nel averaging $8 to $10.. The new  company is known as the Royston  Gold Mimes, Limited, aud a small  crew of men is already at work on  the claims.  " !      a  The excessively bad weather of  the last two weeks has delayed the  completion -of the Molly Gibson  tramway. It is expected- that the  tram will be in operation by  November 15th. Four feet of snow  lias fallen, at the mine, however,  and a quantity of ore will be raw-  hided down at once. Regular shipments will not be commenced- until  the tram is ready,  MINING   STOCK  QUOTATIONS.  Bryan's Views."  RIKCETOS", New Jersey, October  31.���Frank .L.Hall, president of the  University Republican Club, has received   a   letter   from   William J.  Bryan, dated from New York, October 29th, in which he answers the  two questions sent him by the Republican Club  when he addressed  the'students at: Princeton Junction  last Thursday.     After, expressing  his   appreciation   of the courtesy  shown him by the Republicans at  that' meeting   he   answered    the  questions. '    First���-Will    you . if  elected redeem the coin obligations  of the government in gold or silver?  To this he  replied that he would  enforce: the law as   he found it;  that the Republican party has the  executive, house and senate, and as  there is no way of determining the  complexion- of the next congress,  he had no" Avay of knowing what  law regarding this matter would bev  in effect.    Ho stated-that his views,  on  the money   question could be  found in his letters.     Second���Do  you approve of the' disfranchisement of the negroes in North Carolina   by   the" democrats .of   that  state?    Mr. Bryan stated that this  questiou was not au  issue in the  campaign and  said :     You  should  hold the .president  responsible for  wliat he has done in Porto Rico and  not me responsible for what has  been done in North Carolina.     He  adds that there is but little, if any,  difference between the race ques?  tion  law in   North   Carolina and  that in Porto Rico.  :'-?-::J-.!��;fel  ���"'- el  ��� :&  CENTSi  PBOVINCE   OF  i-*  Constituency. Libera  CentVe Quebec .....'... A. Moulin.  East Quebec Sir W.  West Quebec i.. J [on.  Quebec County \   Ilor  St. Anns : .D.,  St. Antoino ���  H  St. .Tames  St. Lawrence.  St. Marys  Bagob ...'.  . . AjjL  Beauco _.-:gj|  Bellechasse'.  Berthier *. v  Bonaventurejs  Brome ....,  Bhambly ar  Cham plain j  Charlevois  Chateaug^  Chicoutil  Comptot  Dorcheall?  Drumnj  Gaspe,  Hoehel  ed Printer Talks Interestingly of the Northern  Country Generally.  I -', i-i��l  .   *   Uf'f  '-    '$"*"**  I  ���'���>:.[  '*:-.&jl  '"ii-Z Si  GLAD TO LEAVE THE BEACH AND ITS RUBY SAND  Huntingdon!"  JacquessC  .Damase Parizeau  . Dr. Mariotte ....  . S. Simon   . A. M. McCormick  . Girard ,  .R. H.IIope.......  Demers .LB. Morin   tbascaJoseph Lavergne L. F. Teussignant  . R. Lemieux A. Beaudry   .J. A. C. Madore Dr. Lachapelle ...  Kamou ^^^  Laprairie^Nap*i'  ���L'Assomption .  Levis   Lislet   Lotbiniere  Maissoneuve ..  Megantic  N. Walsh  D.Monk...  Taschereau  Coupal  ,.R  ,.F.  .L.  .M  .C.  .A.  ."J,  .L. Stafford..  .L. Oinmet ..  .CD. Comeau  . Dr. Comeau .  Ethier I  Dumontier  I  . E. Caron r -...  '  The following were the quotations of British Columbia mining  stocks on- the Toronto Stock Exchange yesterday:  l  >i  r��i oo  ii  ���3  =7i  stock. Asked.  At.linb.isca  S5?5   :  B. C. Gold Fields  .'I  Black Tail  "4  Brandon & Golden Crown  !)  But.tc & Boston        '>(  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate... 8  Cariboo (McKinney) -  7si  Cariboo Hydraulic       1 10  Centre Star f....'.'." >1 18  Crow's Nest Pass Coal...  California   Deer Trail Consolidated.  -Kve!!ing=Slar.r...=...=-.=.=.I.=,a  Goldon Star  2  Giant  3}  Hammond Reef  2J  Iron Musk ........;..  US  JimBlaine  !)  King  (I  Knob Hill         �����;"���  Lone Pine-Surprise Consolidated.. 12  Monte Ohrlsto Consolidated.  .'<  Montreal Clold Klolds  '* ���  Montreal & London  8  Morning Glory....  8  Morrison  3  Mountain Lion  If)  Noble Five   North Star..   Novelty   Old Ironsides .    Olive............................  Pay no V.   Princess Maud   rtAmblpr-Curlbnu Consolidated  Hepublio   Virtue   War Eagle Consolidated   Waterloo  .  White Bear....... ,   Winnipeg   Sales���Falrvlow, 2000 at ii  Bid.  5 II)  111  ' ���  (ill  1 10  1 -10  17(H)  ���a l.  Si  -sr  2i  9a  . 28"  5  4  30  7  1  ���2  (!J  Wore a Hand-Me-Down Oown.  Boston, October 31.���Miss Anna  Perkins Slade of this city was married in Brooklyn today . to, lieuten-  wich, England. The wedding 'was  one of the most fashionable- of the  year in Brooklyn. The groom has  lately been stationed at Toronto,  The bride wore a gown that was.  once the court dress of the queen  regent of Portugal.  Doomed Paul in France.  Marseilles, October 31.���The  Kruger reception committee has  issued an appeal to the population  to participate in the demonstrations that are being arranged for  Mr. Kruger's reception, but to abstain from hostile acts or words  towards any friendly to France.  . ...W. S. McLaren  .-.. .J. Drearie, jr..  .... II. C. Carroll ..  rville-.. 1"). Monet   .... C. Laurier ....  .-.. .L. ?. Demers ..  .... A. M. Deehene  /... Ed. Fortier....  ... Prefontaine .. .  '.'.-. .G.Turcotte ...  Mississioquoi ;. .. . Meigs     Montcalm    .���;:������' L, E. Dugas. ..  Montmaguy ... .''\'*v. ..P. G. Martineau A. Bemier  Montmorency '.... P. Corriveau T. C. Casgrain  Nicolot ,.. . ..".���".... J. H. Lecuc George Ball . .,  Pontiac ..._.- "i -. T. Murray C. H. Brabazon  Port Neiif S. Delisle Dr. Larue ....  Richelieu   Richmond and Wolfe.  Rimouski   Rouville '....  Sherbrooke   Soulanges   ,  Stanstead   Temiscoua .-V...  .A. A. Bruneau  J. B. Vanasse . ..  . E. W. Tobin J. H. Crepeau . ..  ..J. A. Ross Louis Tache   . L. P. Brodeur J. A.' David   .G. A. Lebarou John McKintosh  .Dr. Bourbonnais A. M. Bissonette.  . II. Lovell A. II. Moore   . C. A. Gouvot P. E. Granbers ..,  Two Mountains Ethier   ...' Girouard  Vaudreuil  Wright. ..  Yamaska .  .11. S. Harwood ....  .L. W., Champagne,  .R. M. S. Mignault..  . Lopointe..'   .J. M. McDougall  . A, A. Monton ..'.  Lis.-j"Stv..-;'-''*'--  PROVINCE  OF ONTARIO.   -  Constituency.'  - -   LiueraY,. Consbrvativk.  East Bruce John Coumans  IT. Cargill   West Bruce. ..' John Tolmie John Gentles   Card well William Stubbs R. Johnson ,  Cornwall and StormontR. A. Pringle A. F. Mulhern ....  East Durham...  North Essex  South Essex  Glengarry    South Grenville  m  2i  OS  17  8!)  4  2il  70  43  04  f  31  Hammond  1  as  10  8fl  ��a  201  (J8J  42  1 00  Reef,  U>00at2i',HX)ftt2.<: MontroalColdlields fiOOat 2,  S0Oat2L 1001) at, 2i; Hammond Reef loot) at?'-;  *Whi to Bear fiOO at 2" (sixty days). 1000 at 3.1; Cariboo (MeKlnnoy) fiOO at 70; White 'Hear (sixty  day*) 1000 at 3*; Golden Star 300 at 2.  Finding the Remains.  New York, October 31.���A re-  vision.made tonight of those persons missing and thought to.have  perished in the explosion and fire  at Tarrant & Co.'s drug store, shows  twenty-six unaccounted for. Of  this number four are not known at  the addresses given .by the persons  reporting them as missing. -Out of  this whole number eight are put  down by the police as employees of  Tarrant &' Co. Not a single body  had up to 10 o'clock tonight been  found in the ruins, though what  looked like parts of: bodies have  been dug out. It begins to look as  if what remains were in the mass of  debris still cumbering the place will  be totally unrecognizable as of  human composition, even should  the workmen find them. This is  because of the tremendous heat  evolved by the explosion and the)  Botha Marching On.  Pretoria, October. 31.���Intelligence has reached- here that commandant-general Botha is marching  -with=a-strong=force=and-will=invade  Cape Colony near Kenhardt,' where  it i3 said the irreconcilable Boers  are ready to-join him.  Good News for Cowmen.  Managua. Nicaragua, October  31.���The government of Nicaragua  has issued a decree prohibiting the  exportation of cattle, especially of  cows and female calves, thus opening Guatemala, San Salvador and  Costa Rico to importations of cattle  from the United States and Mexico.  With tho Puguglies.  .-. Springfield, Ohio.-v October  31���Emit Sanchez, tlie "Cuban  wonder" of Detroit foughta twenty  round draw with Kid Ashe of Cin-  einnatti before the Senate club last  night.  Tod Leaves For Home.  London, November 1���TodSloau,  the American jockey, will sail for  the United States next Tuesday.  He contends that he has been used  as a scapegoat. -;  dot it in the Thigh.  London, October 3L.���Another  long casualty list has been received  by the war office. Lieutenant lord  Grosvenor was wounded in the  right thigh during the fighting at  Bethlehem.  More Trouble of Miners.  Wilkesbarre, Pennsylvania, October 31.���Three hundred miners  employed at the Hudson colliery of  the Delaware & Hudson Company  went on strike this morning because tlie foreman insisted on more  "topping" on the cars than they  were willing to give.  .L. B. Powers H. A. Ward   ,R. F. Sutheiland ......Sol White   . M. K. Cowan Louis Wigle     . J. T. Schell McLennan !   .John Carruthers   J. D. Reid     South Grey G. Landerkin Richardson   ' Halldimand and MonckA. T. Thompson W. H. Montague  Halton. .* S. F. MeKinnon Henderson   East Hastings    J. M. Hunty      North Hastings     S. Harriott A. W. Carscallen  West Hastings S. J. Young H. Corby   East Huron P. McDonald Dickenson     Kent G, Stephens    T. A. Smith   East Lambton    K. Eraser ..: Oliver Simms....  West Lambton T. .T. Johnston   W. J. Hanna ....  North Lanark    T. B. Caldwell    Dr. Rosamond   ..  South Leeds   W. A. Lewis  Taylor    RrArLeonard   ... r:777Wolsom    and P. SoundR. Watson  G. McCarmick ...  . McCool  J. B. Klock ......  . J. Charlton (acclamat'n)    _ienuox .  Muskoka  Nipissing ....  North Norfolk   West Northumberland. J.  East Northumberland.. R.  B. McColI  B. Denike  North Ontario  South Ontario  West Ontario .  North Oxford -.  South Oxford .  Peel   Prescott ......  East Simcoe ..  North Simcoe .  South Simcoe..  North Victoria  South Victoria  . D. Graham   .W.Ross   .I.J.Gould   . Janles Sutherland  .G. Guillett .-..  . E. Cochrane ,  . A. McLean ..,  .W. Smith...,  . F. Roche   .J.G.Wallace  .Sir Richard CartwrightS. B. King  J. Featherstone.  .J. Proulx......  .G. Chew   .*L. G. McCarthy  .James Whiteside  ..J. McKay   G. McHugh......  South Waterloo ... P. F. Shantz.....  North Wellington James McMullen  Wentw'th and N. BrantW. Patterson  South Wentworth..... W, O. Seely .'....  East York  N. W. Rowell  West York A. Campbell   ...,  "^Independent.  . R. Blaine.  . D. Sadourin ...  . AV. IT. Bennett  . C. Cameron ...  .11. Lennox ....  .Sam Hughes....  . A. Vrooman ..  .G. A. Clare....  . G. Tolton   .S. A. Jones....  . E. D. Smith ...  ��� W. F. McLean  .N.C.Wallace .  Suspended Publicati on,  Paris, November.. 1.���The Paris  edition of the New York Times,  which has been published daily  since May. 21st, suspended today.  It was one of the eurjos of the exposition.  Away Down in Venezuela.  Caracas, Venezuela, October  31 .���The Venezuelan government  has decreed the resumption of payment of interest on all debts and  loans from November.  The Idaho Has Arrived.  Halifax,    November      1.���Tlie  transport   Idaho,   with   returning  Canadian    soldiers    from     South  Africa, has reported off tho harbor.  Storms in England., ;  I  London, October 31.���Violent  gales, accompanied by snow and  rain, have swept over-parts of the  country, causing Hoods. The northern districts of the lowlauds are  flooded. At Newcastle, Hartlepool,  Stocton, South Shields and elsewhere tlie people have been compelled to seek refuge in the upper  stories of their houses, and traffic  is carried on by means of boats.  To Control Swiss Roads.  Berlin, October 31.���Dr. von  Siemens, president of the Deutsch  banks in Paris, is completing negotiations for financing the Swiss  railroads.  fame is no good and  I believe  season will see it the  flattest  strict in the north," is the testimony of William M. Dooly, a member   of   the   typographical   union,  who has just preached Nelson from  Alaska, after spending the summer  at Nome and at the beach diggings.  "The excitement was in my opinion  simply a scheme on the part of the  transportation companies," he continues, "and with few exceptions  they are the onl}r one's  who have  made money out of the  rush.     On  a couple of creeks tho ground was  phenomenally rich, but the ground  is all staked by the Swedish Exploration Company which went in  last year*.  The beach diggings were  practically worked out by the 4000  Klondikers who came in from Dawson before navigation opened, and  when-the 20,000 people, who made  up this year's rush arrived there  was little left for them.   On the  beach the values are found in the  ruby or garnet sand which occurs  in strata.    This ruby sand is rich,  a   small   handful' giving    say   00  colors.       The      dust      is       like  flour, however,   and   it   takes   700  colors to make a cent, ��� so   you   can  imagine how difficult it is to   save.  1 got in with   the   first. rush   this  year and the yery large majority of  us went north to make money,   arriving at Nome with little   outside  of our kits.   At that time the camp  was   good.     The   newcomers   had'-  some money,. the   Klondikers   who  had arrived several months before,  all had their pockets...full,.of.^durst,  and things' were lively until   about,'  July 4, by which time everyone was  broke and the camp   went   flat.    I  worked for a   time   on   the   News  when it changed from a weekly,  to  a daily.   Wages were a   dollar, an  hour at the start   but   they   soon  dropped and there are lots of printers there now glad to work for $100  a month.   The daily issue sold   for  two bits or   $35   a   year   and   the  weekly at $25 a year.   Advertising  rates were $30 an inch for ordinary  space and $25 for professional cards.  A number of doctors   and lawyers  advertised and they   did considerable business, but   when   everyone  went     broke     all     the      professional   men   got    for    their    services     were     promises   to     pay,  whicli were never realized.  .1 know  of one physician, a skilled surgeon,  who had a large practice, but who  Jiad_to^soak'Jii^inAtium_en_ts_to_ge_t_  out   of   the   country   because   his  patients had no money to   settle  with   him.      There   were   several  cases of lawyers having to put up  their law books to get south.    Merchants and others were in much the  same fix.   When the season opened  bread sold for two bits a loaf, now  it is three loaves for a quarter, and  other provisions have been reduced  on   a   similar   scale.     The saloon  keepers went up against it hard.    I  know of a dozen places which  cost  $7000 to $10,000 to build and equip  where they have not done enough  business   to   light    the   buildings.  Gambling was only carried ou actively   in a couple of saloons.    In  most of the places at Nome there is  no gambling because people have  not the money to play.     The .city  was full of tin horns and they had  and are having a tough time. When  gambling failed the sports were reduced    to'   all    kinds    of    petty  thieving    to    keep    alive.       One  of the schemes evolved by 'a tinhorn  down   on   his   luck   was   that, of  watching a tent until he knew  the  occupant was asleep, cutting a   slit  in the canvas through which along  stick bearing a   sponge   saturated  with chloroform was  inserted   and  dangled   over   the   sleeper's   face.  When the dope took effect the owner's clothing and   tent   were   ransacked.    This was done in scores of  instances.   There was lots of   sickness and much   poverty.   Most   of  those who went in managed to   get  out finally, and I doubt if more than  1000 people will spend   the   winter  in Alaska.   Those who   do   winter  north are men who have   their   all  invested, or are   Avaiting   to   jump  good claims or who have positions,  v ���sr'A  *>it  with the big, companies   operating  on the Bonanza creek.    Outside   of  these classes the only'ones left   arei>"*?-"s  blamed fools who don't know .anyC,">->  better.   When the merchants ;pull,  out of Nome next-year, you 'will see  the country -go "flatter   than' any  other boom district ever went.  "Some people have made enormous investments in Nome which  they will never realize on. Among  these is the Wild Goose .railroad  from Nome to Anvil creek, one of��  the bonanza lays. It is live miles  long and the roadbed is planks laid  side by side on the tundra, rails be-*  ing spiked to planks. The tundra  is more like a.marsh than anything, J0B  else, aud the trip over the road".- ^1  which"heaves up and down is -like *:  an ocean voyage. It talces an hour- j  and a quarter to cover the "five -  miles arid the fare is a dollar, but^  any raari who has ^tried .to "waikr.;  over the tundra sinking- to his"'  knees at every step gives, up. the "  dollar to the railroad willingly. '~'~ ; ,J  "The tundra has been prospected,'-  thoroughly and found to be barren}-"  of gold. l I tried the beach diggings' ;  for a month and had. the same,experience as thousands of others���,  that the good lays had been worked - �����$'<  out and what remained was too unr '. ~��|l  certain to be worth working. ��� *ThV';*^|i  best day I had was, $15 and -on^v^?'  some days I got nothing or'perhaps-t-x^\  a dollar'or two. I know of a  number of instances wliere prospectors would get a good "piece of _  beach, in one case $100 a. day J\yas  washed for 'a* month, but* all- they  made was spent in getting another  piece of profitable ground,.so .that  -in-.'the^ end.' they were' nothing  aheacl'.-'^At Tdpkn��roveir $20,000  was taken off the"beach biit this is  the only, place "where the beach  paid. All I 'eau-,say'about\ Nome is  .that it is no good, for a prospector,  and I dont see how anyone'familiar  with the exact conditions can give  any other report of the country."  "Til  f" 41*f|  -'a-iSf  '���T-Vl  '"- '������i&i  ���Sa'-��*J  ^  Falling Into Line. "    - *" ^  Shenandoah, Pennsylvania, OctJ  ober. 31.���The Susquehanna Coal  Company today granted the. demands of the mine workers in that'  colliery and will resume operations  tomorrow. This is one of. the  largest concerns in' the country,  700 men being employed. , The  mine*,workers will celebrate the  event tonight withabig demonstration.  ���'     "'       '���"-.- -;--*-;:,- -   .  Shamokin, October 31.���The Cor-  bin colliery, operated by Audiew  R obertson_<te_Co. _betweeruhere_and=  Mount Carmel, resumed work to-  dry, 500 men being granted the 10  per cent increase last night. The  Excelsior, also owned by the same  firm, will resume work tomorrow  with 000 employees.  Will Not Visit His Grandma.  Berlin, October 31.���In spite of  the definite statements in the German papers that emperor William  will visit queen Victoria are the  best reasons that he will not go.  ParncU's Estate Sold.  Dithlin, October 31.���Avondale,  tho estate of the late Charles Stewart Parnell was sold at auction today by the land judge's court. The  purchaser was Mr. Boyntbn, a friend  of John Howard Parnell, brother of  the famous Irishman.  m  ,    ���Mkl  ',",V|  -, <��  Resume Work Tomorrow.  Ha'/elton, Pennsylvania, October  31.���The colliery, operated by the  A. S. Vanwyckle estate, will resume  work Friday. The company this  afternoon agreed to grant the men  all the concessions made by the  other companies and operators.  A Lucky Lord.  London, November 1.���Lord  Lansdowne, former governor-general of Canada, is to become foreign*  secretary.  The Earth Quaked. * ���  Jacksonville,- Florida, Octobei?  31.���Eight distinct earthquake  shocks were felt here today.  The Evening Report,"one of the  oldest papers in San Francisco, has  suspended.  ..^nm&liSTSSi  KiflS'Sfc  aa��*:v  ..i-i^'.*^ ���JSLETEIBI  ft'.. KELSON  B. C THURSDAY l^WElVrBEPv 1 1900  Hudson'smy  COMPANY. *  LN  mm  INCORPORATED 1670.  The Newest Thing for  Bedroom Floors is  Sanitary  Bedroom  Carpet  We have it in a number of  designs and colors, 2 yds.  wide at 65c per square yd.c  after the interests of the eity.  the tramway company has power i  excess of its requirements, and  compelled to pay for what ifc does  not use, surely the mayor is not **"*>.$���&  ing unfairly when he says,"the-cii  is in need of power and will tak;e'��  your surplus off your hands, and-  pay for it at the same rate that yoti  are required to pay for it, that is,"  $3 per horse-power." Does that look-  as if the mayor was trying to put a  spoke in.the wheel of tlio vtra*wfvay.  company? Yet the mayor has",  made that proposal to the representatives of the tramway company  every time that he  proached by them  question at issue.  has   beer  regardinf|p��h.e  m  J"':'->*-*>'*.-^'-"--.-  >&m*&*  ���S^'ftll'^Hi^sBlQnatole. creations  i*ii\.~  WRITTEN   BY   LABORERS.  ART  SQUARES  Axminsters, Wilton, Velvet, Brussels, Wool and  Union.  Special for this week only:  We will sell, best quality  wool squares in alLsizes  and a large number to  choose from, at.90c.per  square yard; 2nd qual-  0 ity wool at 70c, union  at 55c.  We carry the. largest and  best stock of Housefurnish-  ings in Nelson.  ��tte ��ritmro*  rXTXXXIXXXXXXXZXXXXZXXXIXXXXXHXXXXXXXXXXXXXXlX  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.  From and after October-1st, all-  subscribers to the Daily Tribune  who are served by carrier-will-  be required to pay.their subscriptions weekly to the carrier.  SUBSCRIPTION-RATES.  Weekly; by carrier .       .       . .$95.  Monthly, by carrier    .      .       ,       100,  Three Months, by carrier        . .   2 SO  Six Months, by earner  .     .       .       S 00  One Year," by carrier      .       . . 10 00  tXXXllX^XrXXXXXXXXXXXIXXJJXIXIXIXXXXIXXXXXXXTTTTTTT  Trfit orgairof"thirdisgruntied"ele^  ment in Nelson got a lesson yesterday that it should not forget.   It  , extolled the members of the public  works committee for recommending  that certain   street  lighting   con-  . tracts be entered into between the  city and the tramway company.  Tho   committee   could   not  stand  I praise coming.from such a source,  and concluded that the interests of  the city would be best served by  not doing what the Miner praised  them for doing.  Tub City of Nelson should be able  to buy power from the Bonnington  '. Palls Power Company, through   its  Nelson agents (the'.tramway   company) as cheap as it is supplied   to  , private parties.   Power is supplied  ,  P. Burns. &. Co. at the rate of $3 per  1  horsepower.   The city   asked  for  '  power to run fifty   arc   lamps   for  street lighting���the power required  amounting^." to    37A-    horse-power.,  For supplying 37 h horse-power $400  a month-was asked, or   $10.05   per-  horse-power   per   month.     Mayor-  Houston believed the price was an  unfair one, and  said   so.    For taking this stand, he-is   denounced   as  an enemy of the tramway company.  The average citizen will   say   that  the mayor is not paid for looking,  after any other interests than those  of the city, and that in   trying   to  obtain power at $5 per horse-power  lie was not   acting   unfair   to   the--'  tramway company and was looking  The Triiiunt. has placed n part of one column  at. the disposal of tlio Independent Laborers,  whose views will Ijo' expressd therein from  time to time during tlie campaign. A like privilege is accorded ihc Conservatives and the  ��� liberals.   Tlie statement in Tuesday's Tribune respecting tho formation of a  co-operative store in'Rossland was  evidently intended as a menace to  the merchants of Nelson by implying that there was .a possibility of  one being formed in this city. The  writer, if a Nelson man, must have  been guilty of gross exaggeration,  for the labor organizations of the  district are hearty supporters of  the merchants and are perfectly  willing to pay higher rates as long  of the scale of wages enables them  to do so. This is the only co-operation they- wish to exist.  The great point of consideration  withthe workers now is, "Why do  the two paities wish to monopolize  all the legislative influence and  howl down any- attempt of the  working classesto secure the small  representation- in the house to  which they consider they are justly  entitled ?  How'many labor representatives  are there-nowin parliament.   They  can be counted on' the- lingers and  the   ministers   can    always count,  upon- their vote- to   support any  measures- that are- introduced for.  the benefit*of' the��� country.     Their  sphere .of usefulness is not to oppose;  beneficial measures or to antagonize,  the   actions   of either party, but  simply to act as watch dogs to safeguard tlie interests of the masses  who would otherwise be-reduced to  a state of- reform.  We are- now being treated by-  both sides with categorical declarations of the wonderful efforts that  have been madeby each party for  our benefit and are asked to believe  that Codlin not Short is our friend.  The workers, especially in this  district, are men of intelligence and  aro sufficiently- educated- to think  for themselves and-not to be led to  -the polls like.a /lock of sheep. They-  !know that the slight representation  they are able to secure could not  possibly affect the balance of power  in the house and- are fully determined whether their leanings be  Conservative or Liberal to elect  their own labor candidate.  The thinking men among them  are wondering what inducements  the opposition leaders are; holding  out to the capitalists and manufacturers against the welfare of the  masses  votes.  :;:;;feSkmner  Neelanaa' BoilcUiief, Baker Street).  'C\ ^'i^-JitWP J- SQUIRE. Manager. .  GEE  ^iiflERCHANT TAILOR:  ..OPPOSITE  THB   QUEEN'S   HOTEL.  Largo it nek of liigh-class  specially  oi'-llio square  fashion iu coats.  imported goods,  sliouldor���the  A  latest  Kootenay   Coffee  NELSON. B. C.  Co.  Coffee roasters and dealers tn Tea and Coffee.  Offer fresh roasted ooffee of best quality an  follows I  Java and Arabian Macha, per round...*..9   *0  Java and Mocha J'lend, 3 pounds  1 00  Flno Santos, 4 pounds --.. 1 00  Santos Blond, S pounds ��� 1 00  Our Special Blend. C pounds ~  1 00  Our Rio Roast, 6 pounds.* ...���.._.. 1 00  A taial order solicited.  Salesroom 2 doors east  of Oddfellows hlonk. Wanti Baker Htjreeti.  C. W. West & Co.  COAL. I      WOOD!  $6.15  0ft * 00*  O0f:i 0g0-'  agf . ^Jijgf ' f*��[."'*gf ��� ���&"** ' '*�����' '*��!. ' ** 'I*? ' 0m'Hff ' ** ' ** ' ***y ��� *B^.  ^ . ^Bk, 'W. a**^'*^ >S*��.-^. ���'*aa*<, ���'���ST.-*^, a^^'^fc, * ^T* *�����*��  IRVINE &  CO.  9  '"-ft.  Carpets and Men's Furnishings  L.cidieaS*1   Department,  *eial sale of ladies' and children's wool vests, drawers,  Land combination suits, flannelette night dresses,  ftatawsts and skirts.  Wes^flannelette,  cashmere,  alpacia,   sillc,  satin, and  ^tirenchlliannel blouse waists.  Ladies)-#itiantles, jackets, and lailor-niade suits from best  Men's  Department.  Hard Coal  Anthracite  Crow's Nest  Cnal  $9.65  AGENTS IMPERIAL  No order can be accepted  by ciiHli.    Office:  Corner of Hall  and Baker Streeta.  OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  unless accompanied  TELEPHONE 33.  their  in order to secure  They are quite aware that  the mine owners and other employers of labor have been approached  with all sorts of promises and pro  positions of what they will do when  the party gets in power and they  feel assured that all these proposals  are thoroughly inimical to the welfare of the toilers and they mean  to elect their candidate, knowing  that he will fearlessly and conscientiously oppose to the bitter end any  measure that inay be brought forward detrimental to their interests.  This* is the reason, workihgmen,  why you should disregard your  cherished party notions and unanimously support your own candidate  Wife the Defendant.  Berlin, October 31.���Referring  to the statement that prince Christian of Schleswig-Holstein is in  Berlin in connection with divorce  proceedings that are pending between his daughter, princess Louise  Augusta and prince Albert of  Anholt, the papers say that it was  not the wife but the husband  who took the initiative in the matter, and they intimate that the trial  will develop highly sensational testimony against the princess.  Carlists Active  Madrid, October 31.���Several  bands of Carlists have appeared in  the neighborhood' of Barcelona.  Three priests have been arrested in  Barcelona in connection with the  Carlist activity. Their; quarters  were searched and important  documents    found; Gendarmes  searched the country house of a  brother-in-law of the duke of Sol-  ferino and seized several rifles,  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The beat value for the money In the market  for all purposes.  terms cash     W. P. Tibrnky, General Agent  . Teleohnne 147.    Offlee wtth.C. I). J. Christie.  NOTICE OP ASSIGNMENT.  Pursuant to Hie "Crcditors'Triisb Deeds Act"  and Amending Acts.  ��� Notice is hereby given that Charles Trumbull  and Alexander John McDonald, lately carrying,  on business us Tobacco aiuV Cigar Merchants in  the Oily of Ka'.lo, British Columbia, in pavMior-  hhip under tbo linn nainii and htjlo ot Trumbull  ft McDonald, by deed of assignment tor the benefit of creditors, bearing dale the 2.'lrd day of October, A. T). 1900, have assigned all their and each  of I heir personal estate, credits and efl'ects-which  maybe seized and sold under execution and all  their and ca^h of llicir real estate unto Hubert  McLean, of the said city of Kaslo, mill manager,  in trust, lo pay and sali-fy ratably or proportionately and without preference or priority -all tho  creditors of them. 1 he said Charles Trumbii'l and.  Alexarider John McDonald, or of either of tli em,  their jii3t debts, according lo law. .  The said deed of assignment was executed by.  'the said Alexander .7ohn McDonald on the 23rd  day of October, A. 1). 1800, and by .the said  < harles Trumbull on the 2.>th day of October. A.  D. 1!KH), and by the said Robert. McLean on the  ���J7lh day of Ooto&er, A. D. liKO.  All perrons having cln<nm against the said  ��� Charles Trumbull and Alexander. John McDonald or against cither of them are required on or  before the liOth day of November, 11)00, to deliver  to the trustee vouchers and particulars of, the  sain \ together with particulars of any security  which may be hold by them-therefor.  And notice is hereby srlvon that after the said  :t0.h day of November, 1!)00, the trustee will pro-  . coed to distribute the assets among these pari ies  -who arc entitled thereto, having regard only to  tho claims of which ho shall then have had due  notice,  A meeting of the creditors will be held at the  ofllce of McAnn & McKay, Front-street, in the  said cit v of Kaslo, on Thursday, the 15th day of  November, l')C0, at the hour of three o'clock in  the afternoon.  Dated at Kaslo tho 27th day of October, A. D���  1000.  M(;ANSr_&-McKAY-  m  m  m  m  maikers at exceedingly low prices.  Ladies'  ^ea��3'y-made dress skirts, from $2.00 each up.  Ladies' %-.& G," "P D," and "D A" corsets from 75  cents up:-  Children's coats, reefers, and jackets, from 1 to 10 years  of age.  Ladies' golf capes, at all prices.  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.  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 $r.5o each up.  Men's flannel, cotton flannelette, cashmere and silk night  shirts. Men's pajamas in all wights, ttlack cashmere sox 25 cents per pair.  Latest novelties in neckwear, collars, cuffs, regatta negligee and fllannel shirts.  House   Purnishing  Department.  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 carpels,  from $1.00 per yard up; Wiltons from $1.25 per  yard up ; Axminsters, from ��$i,25 per yard up.  Floor oilcloth,, from .35 cents per yard up.  While 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.  All    Carpets    Sewn    find    L,oid . Free   of   Charge.  FRED  IBITLNE  ^^ak * ^fcL    *   ^^    * ^ahkk    *   -^1^    ' ^Hkaaa.     *   '^���^    * ^k-aaaaW,     *   >^l^    * ^afekk     " t^M^V   * ^^.    *   ^laaaaaaK    * ^aaa^,     *   ^���fc    * ^aBLat    * '^a>W    * *    M0^    "   0^ "    ^^'*   0Bt *    00   "!   00 * 'M0* %   aaaff^ *   00    *   00 *   00    * ^00 "   ^00   " '00 * '^0^   '   00 * 0*  ������Nw-  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Solicitors for (he Trustee.  Wilson's  ttmvaliidls5  ���PoUt Win'e  ���Xt��  -���K Bra  IWIIM.-TIJ  Specially recommonded  for dyspepsia,   Iosh of  appetite,   sleeplessness,  indigestion,    weakness  from whatever  cause,  nervousness,       fevers,  consumption,    malaria  nnd general debility.  Women complain, of  a  tired feoling.   Wilson's Invalid's Port is immediate  and elllcautoiis, leaving no  Harmful otl'ectK.  Men will find it particularly valuable as a restorative and ti. Htrongthenor of  the body and net ve system.  We recommend this tonic  CANADADRUG  AND BOOK  COMPANY  Nelson, II, C.  321 to 301 Hiker Street, Nelson.  American :ai\d European Plans.  MEALS  25  CENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELBCTMCITT   ��� AND-HEATJ:D,BY,ST;EAM   25 CENTS TO $1  BAKER STRKET. NELSON,  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and  flrat-oUsa  dining-room, Sample.rooms for commercial men.  RATES $2 PER DAY  IV|rs. E. C. Glarl^e, Prop.  LATE OIT THB BOTAL HOTEL,.OAXGABY  ELECTORS  DurjtiR. the heat of the elections  *  VOTE       "���"������',  for tho  10c       BIG   SCHOONER       10c  Beer or Half-and-half at I he  VOTE  FOR .. . ,  A.  H.  of Rossland  Candidate of the. LiberahConservative Party for Member  of the House of Commons for. Yale-Cariboo.  Always fresh.  The only.good Beer in Nelaon.  PLATFORM  Adopted by the Liberal-Conservative Party in Convention  at Revelstoke, September 15th, 1900.  "We, the delegates of the Liberal-Conservative party of Yale-Cariboo  constituency, in convention assembled, reaffirm the principles of the  party, ami more particularly that cardinal principle, .protection to home  industries, and that that principle be carried out so that all sections of.  the country shall, equally share its benefits.  The one industry on which the prosperity of. this constituency is  almost wholly dependent is mining; and we believe that our miniug industries are as fairly entitled to protection as the manufacturing indus--  tries of Eastern Canada ; therefore, Ave advocate, that.the duties on lead:  and-l��id-products=benncreasedfSo=that4hey-shalUbeas=hightaSitlipse.now~  imposed by the United States on the same articles. .      ���  That the output of the precious metal mines is largely increasing,  therefore we favor the establishment of a mint, so that the specie-in circulation shall: bethat.ot our own instead of that of a foreign country.  -  We advocate'the restriction of the immigration of Chinese and Japanese, and all classes who cannot become good citizens of the Dominion  of Canada, and suggest'the adoption of the principles of the Natal Act.  British Columbia: has not now the representation in the federal parliament that she is entitled- to: therefore we advocate that when the  redistribution of seats is made that, this constituency shall be given representation according toits population.  . That it augurs well for the success of the party-that Hugh..John  Macdonald. has decided to leave the field of. provincial politics to take  part in the larger one that affects the people of -the; whole of Canada.  WHOLESALE TRSDE  CRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  TnORPJS &CO., LIMITED.-Corner "Vernon  and Codar streets. Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in air a tod waters and  fruit syrups.- - Sole -. agents.- for- Halcyon Springa  mineral water., Telephone CO. ,  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES..  WF. TKETZEIa & CO.-Corner Uaker and  ��� Josephine streets; Nelson, wholesale dealers In. ussayerH supplies. Agents for Denver  Klre Clay Co. of Denver. Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS &��� CO.-Haker street,  ���   wholesalo  .dealers- iu   liquors,  Nelson  ...       .    cigars  cement, firebrick and fire clay, water pipe.and  Bteel rails,, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY-Wholesalcdeal-  ors in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures,-etc., Houston block,-Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN - KER MILLING COMPANY  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay. Straight or  mixed cars ��� shipped to all Kootonay Points.  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  -Edmonton=R?Rj  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta,  1 principa  Mills=atiVictorlaF=Ne\v-  Jgn  'est-=  TAYLOR  street,  FEED-& PRODUCE   CO.-Baker  ov,   Nelson   (George   F.  Motion's fold  stand).   Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lota a specialty.   Correspondence solicited. -  Phoae26.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS'*-'���' CO.���Baker - street,-   Nelson,  wholesale dealers la fresh and cured meats.  Coldatora��o.   .  P.  ' CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE ROOMS i IN: NELSON  Houston Block, Corner of'Baker and ��� Josephine Streets.  P  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  Sealed tenders will be received by. tho undersigned, until .12 o'clock noon, on Friday,  November 2nd, for the erection of a.two-story  frame cottdEe for the Kootenay; Lake General  Hospital,  Lowest or any tender not necessarily accepted.  KWART &  CARRIE,  Arch lectin.  Vote for Niekerson  to repair your watch. He was  bom in the watch business.  II is platform is first-class workmanship. Baker Street, opposite Queen's hotel.  E. J. GURRAN, Prop.  ' Corner Stanley and Silica Streets.  tyadden House  Baker and Ward  . Streets, Nekon-  The only hotel In.Nelaon that) bos remained  under one management since 1890;  The bed-room8:ai-e well furnished and lighted  by electrlolty..  The bar la always stocked by the best dom a-  blo and imported'liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager  Head Ostioe at  NHflLSON.-B.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Mfeats  A.  GROCERIES.  MACDONALD &, ��� CO.���Corner, Front and  Hall streets, wholesale arocera and  < obbers in blankets, gloves, mitts,- boots, rubbers,  niacklnaws and miners' sundries.  KOOTENAY. SUPPLY   COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.     :         . ���  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.-  *J  .boh, wholesale grocers.  -Front street, Nel-  J.  Y. GRIFFIN & CO.���Front street, Nelson,  .wholesale   dealers   in   provisions,   oured  moats, butter and eggs.-    . ; ��� ���.   HARDWARE AND MINING. SUPPLIES.  HBYERS & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine <  ���   streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in nard-  ware and'mining, supplies.  Powder Co,  Agents for'Giant'  Bar stocked with best brands of wines, liquors,  aud Cigars. Beer on draught; ��� Large oomforb-  aUlo rooms.  Klrst-claes table boud,  Markets,at  Nelson,   Rossland,; Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Ne-F  Denver, Revel3tokey I'erguaon Q rand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Gity, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mailorders Promptly Forwarded  West Eootemay MteherCo.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALB AND RETAIL  RSH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker street, Nelson E.  C.  TMVES,  ORDKRfl BY MAlfc BHOMVffl OABSTVIi AHO PBOMW AOT*JtamON-  LAWRENCE. HARDWARE    COMPANY  Baker St., Nelson, ^wholesale   dealers In  hardware and, mining supplies, and-water: aud j  plumbers', supplies..  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpuRNER, BBBTON &"CO.-Corner. Vernonl  J.   and:Josephine,streets; .Nelson,- wholesale]  dealers lu liquors, olgars and dry goods,  Fabet Brewing Co,   . ��� Agents I  for Fabet Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cftl-,  ' garyBrewlng-Co. of Calgary.   '  POWDER, (DAPS AND EUSE.  HAMILTON  POWDER  COMPANY���Baker  - street, Nelaon, mauufaoturers^of dynamite,]  sporting, stumping and black blasting t)owdera.f  wholesale dealersOncaps an&tuse,<andlelectrle  blasting, apparatus.;  SASH AND DOORS.  ���KTEIaSON SAW AND PLANING J MILL8J  XN LIMITED���Corner Front and Ball streets]  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers!  In sash and doors; all kinds of factory-work made]  to order. ;  "    "  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMIj  TED���Corner Front.and.Hall streets, Nel-]  son, wholesale dealers In wines (eaao and bulkj  Mad domeertn Mtd-lmportud clgara. pjaJEM  'r: 4"M^H��:'^^^& I  THE TEIBtJmES-: ^ELSOS" ^. G   THOTSDAY; KGVEMBER 1 1900  S  .���"': ���  1   r.  .  i  t ��� C  bam of ionirem  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  RH8T     7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80.  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  lion. George A. Drummond Vice-President  K. S. Clouuton .....General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Streets.  \ A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  j..    ���-^ranches in London (England) Nkw Yonrc,  Ciikmoo, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Tr i.-isfora.  n rant Commercial and Travolers' Credits,  available in any part,of the world.  Urafts Issued, Collections Mado, Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  CUKRKNT RATK OK- INTKRKST PAID.  THE NEW S. P. PRESIDENT  Something of the Man.  The following special dispatch to  tli�� San Francisco Chronicle indi-  cmlos the opinion of railroad people  a--  to the selection  made for the  presidency of the .Southern Pacific:  Cli:,rle.s M. Hays, heietoi'oro  gen-  ���;rril manager of the  Grand  Trunk  Railway, has been selected   for the  position of president of the Southern Pacific Company by the committee, consisting of James Speyer,  Charles II. Tweed and  D. O. Mills,  which for some weeks past has been  considering various names for  the  place.   Tlio appointment of Hays  ,  will be acted upon by the board of  directors at tho meeting next week.  This selection  is  looked upon by  railroad men  generally as a good  one, for Hays has been  remarkably  successful in modernizing the Grand  Trunk and in  effecting  economies  1 hat havo borne fruit  in the dividends   paid   to   shareholders.     In  bringing to a head tho question   of  who  should   be   president   of the  Southern  Pacific   the  interests  of  the   Huntington   estate,  which  is  ..represented, by C. IT. Tweed, one of  t.lie executors, were thrown in with  -those  of'the bankers,   headed  by  Speyer & Co.   Themembers of the  Huntington family and  their  fol-  . lowing among the shareholders wei e  inclined   to   favor' placing   II.   P..  Huntington at the head of the company.- Against these interests were  arrayed the bankers, who have ���.determined  that  dividends-shall  be  paid tothe stockholders instead of  nil of  the  income"of- the^property  ' being used  for improvements and  _ betg&rruents,. as J'oi;merlyJ was,,the  policy of the company.    There  litis  undoubtedly   been    some   friction  over the matter.  A~' knowledge of the divide nd  policy and of the character of the  new president whom the bankers  have selected caused many insiders  recently to purchase Southern Pacific stock. Within a few (lays the  stock has advanced from 31 to  ���*>7 7-8, the latter being the highest  price today. The payment of dividends will boom the stock, but the  new policy may put an end to  many contemplated improvements  on the Southern Pacifloteystem.  The ��� announcement that Hays  had been chosen president caused  considerable surprise in financial  circles. Among the-many guesses  that have been made' the name of  Hayes was not mentioned and the  first intimation that he might be  the man came from abroad.  THE BANK OF  BRMSH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now preparedtto issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B; 0��� and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital Authorized $2,500,000  Capital Paid up $2,458,603  Rest ; $1,700,000  D. 11. Wilkio, General Manager.  E. Hay. Inspector.  Nolson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  has been arranged by which certain  concessions will be granted to the  Union Pacific over the Central  Pacific branch of the Southern  Pacific, which runs from Ogden to  Oakland. The concessions will  materially further the plans of the  Vanderbilts for through transcontinental service over the New York  Central, Chicago & Northwestern,  Union Pacific- and Central Pacific  roads from New York to San Francisco. ��� Jn return the Union Pacific  will not attempt to construct its  threatened line from Salt Lake  City to Los Angeles.  Goods tfeat  Sell J^ej^^  SUPERIOR   IN   QU^ITY;'" AND  'RJii&slNABLE   IN   PRICE.  HAVE THE GOODS AND WILL  GUARANTEE THEM FOR QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE.  WAYS   OF   WILL   MAKERS.  fe?.'  The fact that the new president  will be compelled to live on the Pacific coast shows that the position  of president of the Southern Pacific  will no longer be what it wasurider  the Huntingtou regime. Huntington dominated, and 'Huntington's  word was law. The duty of the  new president will be to carry out  the policy mapped out by the di-  'rectors, who will govern from New  York, and who will make known  *bheir wishes to California through  the president of tho road. Huntington was a ruler; Hays will be a  confidential employe, who will receive $|0,000 a;year.  When asked, whether Hays represented any particular interests  Tweed replied: "No, Mr. Hays represents all interests." Mr. Tweed  said that tho position had not been  offered to any one but Mr. Hays,  and, although Mr. Hays had been  the unanimous choice of the directors, formal action on the selection  will not be taken till the meeting  of the board next week. Mr.  Tweed added that the officers of  the Southern Pacific would probably retain their, present, positions.  Tweed will direct the financial interests of the Southern Pacific.  Hays will take charge of the road'  on January 1st,. 1901. .According  to cable advices from London, he  has already resigned from the  Gland Trunk.  Reports of the transfer of control of the Southern Pacific and Pacific-Mail to the Vanderbilt- interests have caused great interest in  railroad and. financial circles here.  The:directors-of-the- Southern Pacific deny unequivocally the Vanderbilt story.  The Journal declares that a deal  As wills are continually being  proved containing strange and curious bequests, it may be interesting  to place on record some of these  last wishes of testators.  In January, 1889, last, one of the  most notorious topers in France  passed away, and his will contained'  a clause stipulating that his funeral  procession was to bo delayed before his favorite public house in the  town of Mont-Bizot. There glasses  full of brandy and water were to  be placed on the coffin for all the  invited persons to tho funeral. The  interment was carried out in every,  detail, as desired, the visitors  thoroughly appreciating the  treat,  Mr. T. \V. Hill'(a son of the former M. P. for Worcester) left a  curious bequest. During his life he  had been much attached to his  horse Peacock and his pony. John.  -When making his' testament he  was- much concerned as to their  fate, so he thought he would state  his views asto their future.- Consequently he left instructions that  both animals should be put to death,  in tlie most merciful manner, by a  veterinary surgeon skilled in his  profession.  Legacies surrounded with peculiar circumstances are often met  with. In November, 1898, much  comment was made on the fact that  ,a Miss Lewis of Wolverampton,  had been left under the will.of a  great-uncle, a fortune of sCnO.OOO.  Before, however, she could become  rich "beyond tlie dreams of avarice,"  tho testator directed that she  should become the wife of a certain  young man whom ho mentioned.  Unless this marriage was carried  out within.twelve months after her  twenty-first birthday the money  was to.be paid to others. At the  time of her benefactor's death she  was-twenty years of ago and said  to be engaged to another suitor. It  was, however, stated that she most  likely would; carry out the conditions of TtlTe^beqireStT ~.   ' ��� ��� ~  An Austrian officer snugly walled  in his testamentary- present. He  left the bulk of his property to ; a  nephew, on the stipulation that he  never read a newspaper. Three  executors were to receive large  sums to see that his wish was fulfilled, failing which the nephew  would not get a penny. It adds  considerably to the irony of the  situation by the fact, that the young  man was employed in the post office,  his special duties being connected  with the dispateh, of-. periodicals.  The late earl of Winchilsea made  some curious provisions in his will.-  1 le bequeathed ��K per annum to  the Guild of Ringers, Ewerby, on  the condition that the vicar certified that the bells have been rung  regularly, for service during the preceding twelve months. He also left  ��1 a year for a sermon to be  preached on St. Andrew's day at  Ewerby to commemorate the restoration of the parish church and  the village market - cross. The  earl concluded his gifts with the  exclamation, "God save agriculture."  STERLING   NOVELTIES,   Manicure  Sets, Bisque Toilet Sets.  LAMPS, Piano and Table, in Metal  Enameled.  VASES, Metal Hand-Painted, in Different Colors.  CANDELABRAS, in Silver, Brass andj  Enameled.        * -.   ��� �����C����,  FERN POTS and JARDINIERES, in$  Clay, Brass, Bisque, etc.  THE NOVELTIES YOU FIND AT MY  STORE CANNOT BE PROCURED  ELSEWHERE.    ��  V  CUT ty SCALE  SIZE  IS-^ x 12^3. e  ONYX   TABLES   and   JARDINIERE  Stands.  CUT GLASS, in White and Colors.  '-  TEA SETS, in Sterling and Plate:  TOAST RACKS, Water Pitchers, Carving Sets, etc.  CLOCKS,   a Most   Complete Assortment.  V "���"���'-   .  DIAMONDS, Loose and Set,  25' per  cent Saved on their Cost.  DOVER, The -Jeweler  TsTELSOISr,   IB.   o.  visited Vermont with his--wife's  people, and had. picked-out thirteen  acres of rolling country, whicli reminded him somewhat of the hill  country, in India. So he made a  house���a long, shingled structure,  with a wide verandah at one end���  as nearly like an Indian bungalo as  the American climate would permit, aud gave it au Indian name���  "Naulahka." This.house Kipling  has left-,]ost as ho lived iu it.  From this one may assume that  he did not expect to leave it for  good when he went away. Many  pictures are on the walls, and even  his children's toys are strewn about  the nursery floor. In this house, in  the big study, looking down the  rocky Vermont pasture..hill,Kipling  did considerably of his-later work.  While he was living here his "Captains Courageous" and "The Day's  Work", were published.  A Fastidious Dresser  is always happy when he notes the beauty of  the exquisite laundry work* that wee have put  upon his shirts, collars ami cutis for evening or  business wear. Our line domestic finish, nut  upon tho immaculate and beautiful dor. that  our perfect motliods insure, cannot be equalled  by any oilier laundry in Nelson  Kiplinff Sells His Vennont Home.  Rudyard-Kipling has offered for  sale his country place at Brattle-  boro, Vermont. He has evidently  abandoned America as an abiding  place in favor of the village of Rot-  tingdean, England. Ever since.-.the  death of his daughter in New. York  the English author has spent little  time at his place ot Brattleboro..  Kipling undoubtedly, intended to  make his permanent home at Brattleboro. The country was familiar  to him when he built his house  here  three   years   ago,     He: had  Telephone: 128'  ������      For   balance, of week.     Milli-  ,v    ner.y .indL-Millinery' Novelties,-  Corsets,  Gloves, Lace   Veiling  and Children's lleadwear.  Trimmings free of charge.  MBS. MCLAUGHLIN,  Josephine  St.  MRS. ENFIELD'S  HALL   BLOCK,   NELSON.  TOWN LOTS  FOR SALE  Two good business lots in the towrrof Phoenix,  50 feet frontage. Original cost ?l,000. Will sell  for the same figure on the following terms: One-  third cash: balance, In nix and twelve montha.  Address, F. B. H��� poHt office hox 198. Nelson. B.O.'  FOR FALL PLANTING  Homergrown Fruit and Orna-.  mental   Trees,  Roses,   Shrubs,  Vines and Bulbs���80,000 to select from.    Address  M. J. HENRY, Vancouver, B. C,  DISSOLUTION OF COPARTNERSHIP.  The copartnership -between the undersigned,  doing business under the firm name of Crossetc  & Ferguson, at the East End Grocery, in the  West building, corner Baker and Hall streets, is  dissolved by. mutual consent. The business will  be carried on by A. K. Crossett, who will pay all  debts contracted by tho firm.  Dated at, Nelson, B. .C., Ibis 29th day of  October, 1900.  A. K. CROSSETr,  D. FERGUSON.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doora  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local aud coast.  Flooring  local and coast.   -  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Roughijand  Dressed Lumber  -   oi all kind?.  IF WnAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WK WILL MAKB IT KOK YOU  CALL AND GET PRICES.  J. A. Say ward  HALL AND LAKtt STRKKTS. NKLSON.  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  " CORNER OF  IIENDRYX AND VERNON-STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  "Cc^t'MooTingrCSiling^In^ide'Fin^  ish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention. ,  Porto Rico Lumber Go. Ltd.  Contractors and Bnilders  WILL DO WELL TO  Buy Their Lumber  G. 0. Buchanan's  A large, stock. of flrsto-olasa dry. material on  hand, also a full line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned-work, etc.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yardj  Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  ephone.-oi Jol|n Rao, Agent  To'i  NELSON LOTS FOR SALE.  Good building lots for sale. Corner and one  adjoining, .10x150; $825.;.-.T'vvo' inside lots 50x120,  $250. All on Mill Htreot. ��� Title clear. Apply to  Strachan Brothers, opposite the post ofllce.  coWeTlWexpbess  AND TRANSFER  Baggage and express moved to any pari, of the  city.   Special attention giyen to heavy teaming.  Office corner Victoria and Ward streets. Telephone 192. W. A. COSTKLLO. Manager.  ~~ .   MUSIC.  MrH. D. R Murray, graduate in vocal and instrumental tnuaie. is now prepared to receive  pupils) for Instruction in voice culture, Italian  method, also piano aud organ.  For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A. Macdonald building, corner Jonephiue and  Vernon street.  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  HnLeading Scotch Whisky  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  CAIV1BLE & O'REILLY  Baker Street  HEAL ESTATE AND-INSURANCE  AGENTS"  li-OIt  RENT     ���  (!��� roomed house and bath, together with kitchen  range, complete with hoi, and cold water, Observatory, street,  magnificent view; ront. in-  ���   eluding water rale, ��2.i per month.  f>-roon led'house, corner Cedar and  Carbonate  -   etrects; $20 pc month. ���  ii-roomed house, Hume Addition ; 515 per month.  l-roomctl cottage, (jore street SI2..10 per month.  9-roomecl house, cornor of Mill and Hull slieets;  5?H0 per month, from 1st NorcinDer.  [tents collected.   Loans made.  Agents for British Columbia Permanent. Loan.  & Havings Company.  D.J. Dewar, J. P.  Notary Public���Conveyancer.  FOR SALE  Cotlagc on Mires road. 7 room*, full plumbing,  beautiful location, ��1Im0, $.)<>U cash.  7-room house on. Carbonate street; two stories,  double stairway, $2.01)0, easy lenin.  2 nice buildingloK Latimer street, 1110x120, SCOO.  House in lliimeaddition, $2,100: S'JUucush, $2.">.D0  permonth pays the balance, in tores,!, nnd principal. This house has full plumbing, Htono  foundation, and lot 45x130.  Nice house and lot neai Ward street, on the  south side of Silica. S2,2.->0; rents for $BU, and  only a block from the post ofllce.  to rawr.  l-room cottaRe in renr of my bouse on Victoria  street, ��12 This cottage is comfortable and  most, convenient lo town.  7-room houso on Mines road, ��2.".  Office in  Madden Block  --'Tf.l  'm  * srelfl  *J"*i  V't:' I  !��tCjWpany,pa (   D. J. DEWAR  R.P.RITHET&CO.,Lt(l.  VICTORIA.  -    Agents for British Columbia.  A. B. GRAY, Box 521, Nelson  Kootenay Representative,  E P. Whalley, J, P.  NOTARY PUBLIC,  Ofllce with C. W. "West, & Co., corner Hall and - ��,&  Baker streets. - ^;-l  City ofllce of the Nolson Soda water Factory. -    ��� *vl  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlcborla and Kootonay Streets. ",  P. O. BoxSSS. TBLBPHONB-NO.- 96    ;.*|  DR.. ALEXANDER  FORIN:  ���     "Si  OFFIOR AND RESIDENCM    -    ;  Silica   street, between Ward and  Josephine streets. * * *~  Telephone 120.  ARCHITECTS. ' * :&$*'  ���pWART &  CARRIK-Archlteota. -.Rooms 7  "'#  ���*-"   and 8 Abeideen block, Bakerstreet, Nelson.> -v.;v>  FOR   SALE  ON   EASY TERMS  . tiik rnoi'Kitrv  KNOWN AS ' "  The Florence Park Hotel  or Roberts' Ranch  113 acres more or loss. A first-class going business, with 3A acres of first-class land under cultivation, 580 fruit troes, a large proportion bearing,  fruit: 1000 small fruits���raspberries, blackberries  and currants. .  One mile east of the tcrminous of the electric  tramway. '  For particulars apply to  HUGH R. CAMERON  Insurance Agent  BAKER STREET NELSON  IV1ININC STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Richeliou, 1000  FOR SALR.  Largo hotel, furnished complete throughout,  in a good live town ; reaaonable terms,  A complete est of tinner's tools,  CALL ON  H. A. Prosser  UltOICKK, WAUO STIIKICT  FOR SALE-OHEAP  Six lots corner Observatory nnd   Hall streets,  drained and cleared for building.  Charles St. Barbe, Agent  MONEY TO To AN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS_PROPERTY  Apply U. la. laENNOX. liollflltaw, Nelaon Mi V  miiiminumminninnmmniiiiiiuim  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load of  Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND B0TTLKB8 OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  ^SJjya.'Sgg'fed.     Brewery at Welaon  Jk-' .E:iSrSTJ��J-A.TO-  Estimates furnished.  Saaggffi^^- NELSON, B. C.  H. D.  ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  UrfltoTaHB wheelwright.  Bpootal attention given to all klnda of repairing and custom work from outside points.  HhnDi   H��H sh.. hflfiwawn Itaker ami Vernon.  TRADES   UNIONS.  ���M-ELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 9R,*W.F.-o  ���"-1    M.���Sleota in miners' union rooms, north-  oast corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every  Saturday "ovouing at 8 o'clock.   Visiting mem  bora welcome. M. It. Mb watt. Prosident. ".Tame  Wilkes,   Secretary.     Union Scams of Waoks'  foh Nelson    District���Per  shift,    machine  men, ?3.fi0: lmmmersmen miners. f3.2j; muckers,  carmen, ahovolers and other underground labor-"  ers, ?3.00. ,  '"TIRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���Tho regu-  ���*��� lar moot lugs of tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council -will be held in tho miners' unlon.liall,  cornor of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on,tlie  first and -third Thursday of oach month,' at'  7.30 p. in. G. J. Thorpe, President. J. H. Mattie-  son, Secretary.  rpHK regular meetings of I ho Carpenters' Union  ���*���   aro held" on  Wednesday evening of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in tlio Miners' Union hall cor-'  ner Victoria and Kootenay streets.   R, Robinson, President.   James Colling, Secretary.  ���DARBERS' UNION.-Nclson Union, No. 198. of  ���LJ tho International Journeymen Barber's Union of America, meets, cvcry.flrst and third Monday of each month In Miner's Union Hall, corner  of Victoria, and Kootenay streets, at 8:30 p.m.  sharp. Visiting brothers cordially invited to  attend. J. H. Mathoson.'President. W. S. Bel-  ville, Socrotary.  ���DRICKLAYKRSAND MASONS' UNION.  ���*-*   The Bricklayers and Masons' International  Union No. 3 of Nelson meets second and fourth  -Tuesdays ^in=caeh=month=?atPMinera���Unioti hailr"  J. W. Etcher, president; Joseph Clark, recording  and corresponding secretary.  LABORERS' UNION.���Nelson "Ijiborers' Pro  tectlve Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets In  Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner of Baker and Kootenay streets, every Monday evening  at":30p.m. sharp. Visiting members of tho American Federation cordially invited to attend. Ai W.  McFeo, President. Percy Shackelton, Secretary.  ���M-KLSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular  ���������' mooting of tho Painters' Union is hold  tho first and third Fridays in ench month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. J. H. MiUward,  Prosident; Will J. Hatch, Socrotary.  PLASTERERS' UNION-Tho O. P. I. A. No.  ���*��� 172, meets ovory Monday evening in the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley streets, at  8 o'clock. J. D. Mover, president; Donald Mo  T/Ann. awwAtArv'  A'l  SHERIFFS SALE.  K  rftATERNAL   SOCIETIBS.  NEISON ljODQB. NO. 23, A. V. Sc A. M.  Meets second Wednosday lu each month.  Sojourning brothron luvttod.  NltJHTS OH1 PYTHIAS���Nelson laoalge, No,  25, Knights of Pythias, moots lu 1. O. O. K.  Uall, cornor Baker and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday .evening at 8 o'clock. Vlsltled' Knights  cordially invited to attend. F. .1. Bradley, G. <'.;  J. A. PiiQiiette. K. of R. & S.  NKLSON h. O. L., No. 1C92, meets iu I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker aud Kootenay Btreets,  lsb and 3rd Friday of oach mouth. Visiting  bretheru oordtally Invited. It. Robinson, W. M.  W. Crawford, Recording-Secretary,  NEIjSON ^CRIE, Number 22, Fraternal Order  of Eagles, meets every second and.fourth  Wednesday lneach month lu Fraternity Hall.  Visiting brethren welcome.   W. GosueU; Preal  ttaaaatl,    ClaJiraaaa PrOBt6l', BaWTbilaary.  Province of BriUsh Columbin, Nelfon, in Wcs  Kootenay, to wit:  By virtue of a writ of flerl-faclas. issued out of  tho Supremo Court of Brltlth Columbia, at the  suit of tho Bank of Montreal, plaintiffs, and to  me   directed,   uguiest   the   goods   and   chat  tels   of   tho   Two    Friends    Mine,    Limited  Liability,   defendant",    I    have    seized   and.  taken in execution all the right, title nnd interest  of the said defendants, Two Friends Mine .Limited Liability, in the mineral claim known as  and called "Two Frlends,"situated on the divide  between Lemon and Springer creeks, on the east  slope of Lemon creek, located on the 3l9Uiny of  July, A. 1). 1895. and recorded In the ofllce of tha  mining recorder for the Slocan.Cily Mining DIv-  I.hIoii of the West Koofnay District, on the 10th  day of August, A. D. 1S93; amr-alao-oll the right  title nnd interest of the said defendants.'Two  Friends Mine, Limited Liability. In sixty (60) tons  of ore, more or less, mined from the mineral  claim  "Two Friends." and   now upon the property :   To recover the sum of t wo thousand and  eighty-nine dollars and eighty five cents iS2,089-  .8.1) together with interest on two thousand and  eighty-six dollars and thirty-five centa ($2086 35)  at six per centum per annum, from the 26th day  of September, lflGO, until payment, besides sheriffs poundage, officer's fees, and'.ill other, leg^l  incidental expenses:   All of which I shall expose  for sale, or sutilcient. thereof to satisfy said judgment,'debt, and costs, at. the front ofiny office  nextto.thRcourthou.se, in I ho city of Nelson, B.*  (;.. on Friday-tho iMith day.oC October.' A. D��� WOO'  at the hour of cloven o'clock In the forenoon.  Notk.���Intending purchasers will satisjfythenv-  selves as lo interest and title of the said, dofen*  dnnts.  Dated nt Slocan City the 12th day of October.  1900  S. P. TUCK. Sheriff of South Kootenay  The above sale Is postponed until Monday, the  2tith day of November. 1900, at the same place  and hour. S. P. TUCK,  Sheriff ot South KooteUay, .' >; :j#i;S^jS Jf ;��� .-p*������-��"���s*��*^�� ������  4  THE TRIBUNE- KELSON, B.C., THTTpSriAY NO VEtffBER- f 1900  Queen Vietoria. Chocolates  THE  BEST   OUST  THIS   IVC^ZRIKZET  SOLID   OISTL-S*   *B"3r  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  ip-rj-rp   XJF   I*N*   25   .A.:N*I*��  SO   0*E*:N"*r   "B02C"E3rt  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS.  EVERYTHING IV|UST CO  Tremendous Sacrifice Prices of i\\Q FURNITURE and CARPETS purchased by  The OLD CURIOSITY SHOP  FROM THE NELSON FURNITURE COMPANY.  Five-foot Curtain Poles, complete     35c  Window Shades        25c  Lace Curtains, 3 1-2 yards long, per pair. $1.00  Brussels Carpets, per yard      45c  Tapestry Carpets, per yard.....    ...... ...     65c.,  Body Brussels, per yard... ........:.... .$1,001  Velvet Carpet, per yard  .. ..$1.10  The above prices for Carpets include sewing, laying and papering.  Kitchen Chairs      50c    *  Dining-room Chairs..... .75c,-$1.00,. $1.25  Rocking Chairs   $1.75 to $2.50  Resides the abovn the stock includes everything in the furniture  and carpet line. Goods on display, in the Applewhaite building, corner  Raker and Kootenay streets.  Special Sales Daily until Stock is Run Off  Ho! - yoTyalT^othing^l  See our celebrated Fit Reform Clothing, also.our magnificent lines of fancy vests. The very latest in style  and   pattern.   Our  stock   is   complete   in  all   lines.  The Nelson  Clothing House  217 AND 21!) RAKISH STREET. NKLSON.  STOVES!       STOVES!  We are sole agents for the celebrated  COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS  Will burn anything.   Results unequalled  in any line of heaters.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  to m  Contractors nnd       g  m  Builders  W Having disposed of our business to Mr. Ernest Mansfield, we W  1$. bespeak for him a continuance of that liberal share of patronage ^  j^\ which; has been extended us during our career in Nelson.   We can (^  jr& only say that those traits which have built up for us" and maintained jVtj  gk our reputation for reliable dealings will be continued throughout ;&  W by the new firm.   We therefore take great pleasure in recommend- ^  *$* ing him to all our old customers, and also to any new ones who w?  i$l may honor him with their patronage.                                                ^  m  ~m  Thanking you for past favors,  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd. $  T. G. PROCTER, 13  Late Managing Director 0(j\  Nelson, B. C, 5th October, 1900. im  $   ^  | To the Public... g  flri Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick & rM  ��* Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance jjm  ^ of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them.   My &.  w? aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest W  $1 possible prices.    Being in a position to manufacture goods In larger W  (fa quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a S{f\  jjn^ lower flgure.                                                                                       ^  fift It Is our Intention to Install machinery to manufacture our 0��\  fir* marble products, and next season we shall be in a position to supply jm  jSy.  these products at reasonable rates. ��rv  jm We shall also keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay, (j(h  jjfn Tiles and Cement. 0TO  rf^ Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the flTCl  /& Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year.    We also jWj  -ifc secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building 2k  m stone- ��  it          We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and 25!  i$ Builders. W  % ERNEST MANSFIELD,            #  yfa for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company. ^  0(fo Successors to a^/U  ftfo The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd. Jm  Nelson, B. C, 5th October, 1900. iffl  m    P  JL     Nelso  Kootenay Electric Supply & Construction Co., ltd.  Electric Fixtures Electric Fans  Medical Batteries  CITY LOCAL NEWS  Born to the wife oi* Thomas Henderson, Hall Mines road, .a daughter.  J. Fred Ritchie, provincial land  surveyor of Rossland, avrs iu the  city yesterday after a visit to  Kaslo creek mining properties.   __  ft. W. Drew, George Ferguson,  Chri.s Miller and P. S. McLaughlin  will form a hunting party, which  leaves on Friday for a week's shooting in the Boundary country.  Candidate MaeNeill will speak iu  Wenfcwortli hall at Cranbrook on  Saturday night. Mayov Goodeve  of Rossland will also be iu attendance. The meeting promises to be  a large one.  Owing to tlie Liberal meeting announced for the opera house on Friday night, the rally of the Independent Labor party announced for  the same evening has been postponed to Saturday night.  Tlie Liberal rally announced for  the opera house on Friday night  has been cancelled, L. P. Duff/ who  was to have been one of the leading speakers, having been compelled  to leave for the eoasi earlier, than  he had anticipated.  Two local crews will meet on the  lake Saturday, afternoon for a  friendly race, They will be formed  as follows: Ford, stroke; Chambers,  third; Hall, second and .Torand, bow.  Winter, stroke; Thompson, third;  Bevan, second and Curtis, bow.  The small boys of Nelson celebrated Hallowe'en last night. The  Methodist church bell was rung  about 0:30 o'clock and a few handy  gates and signs were removed but  no serious damage was done up to  midnight at least.  The friends of L. B. Hodge, formerly manager of the local telephone  exchange who is leaving to assume  a similar position at Greenwood,  gave him a pleasant sondoff yesterday, presenting him with a handsome gold locket as a token of their  esteem.  Like everything else that is ordered from the east in a hurry, the  shaft ordered by the city for the  rock crusher is delayed hi shipment  because such shafts are not kept iu  stock at Brantford, Ontario, and  must be ordered from a factory at  some unmeritioned place.  The new K. It. ���&' N. steamer  Kaslo will shortly be sent to the  company's shipyard to Undergo repairs. A couple of feet will be  taken off her paddle wheel to compensate for the drop in! the stern  caused by the breaking of a chain  when the craft was launched. The  repairs will be completed in three  weeks when the new daily service  between Kaslo and Kuskonook is to  be inaugurated. 0 -  Polling Officers.  The list of deputy returning   of-  Gcers-.and-poHinK-places-inthe^Nel-^  son riding, of the Yale-Cariboo electoral division is given as follows:  Nelson���J. K. Strachan, Harry  Houston, Stewart Campbell, Walter  Martin, Harry Cane, James O'Shea;  polling place, old Tribune office.  Hall   Mines���David    L.    Morice,  polling place, company's store.  Athabasca���John G. Devlin, polling place, foreman's office.  (irauite Siding���Gcorgo M. Phillips, polling place, Robert Wood's  house.  Vmir���Spencer Sanderson, poll-  place, Forester's hotel.  Ymir Mine���Jos. W. Rosh, polling place Ymir mill.  Salmo���John Bell, polling place,  Mansfield's cottage.  Erie���John McVicar, polling  place, N. F. S. depot.  Waueta���A. Bernard Buckworth,  polling place, Custom's office.  Procter���John Vanstone, polling  place, Outlet hotel.  Kuskonook���E. N. Murphy, polling place, government agend's office..  Creston���John W. Dow, polling  place, old P. O. building.  Kitehner���George Vincent, polling place, Kitciiner store building.  HOUSTON BLOCK.  CORNER BAKKR AND JOSKPHINR 8TRKKTS.  Meeting of the City Council.  An adjourned meeting of the city  council was held last night. Those  present were: Mayor Houston and  aldermen Arthur, Hall, Irvine, Mc-  Killop and Morrison. The public  works committee reported through  chairman Irvine that they had  turned down all the propositions  submitted for lighting the streets,  and recommended that   twelve   SO  ftTol atf-feY***      "R     ���^   j c. p. incandescent lights  be   placed.  JFi tSAaOlaVallf   .�������   v/�� J on certain designated street  corn  ers, and that an expert electrician  be employed to examiue and report  on the city system. They also recommended that the city engineer  be given authority to put iu a temporary dam at the outlet of Cottonwood lake, so^as to store water iu  the lake for use when water is low  in winter. A six-foot sidewalk was  recommended*to be laid on the west  side of Josephine between Mill and  Latimer streets. The report was  adopted, all except the recommendation regarding the dam at Cottonwood lake. The cotmcil was of  the opinion that theengineershould  submit plans of what he proposed  to do and give an estimate of the  cost of the proposed work. The  dam might also be on the railway  right of way, and that point would  have to be settled before the work  could be ordered.  After passing an account for  special police, service the council  adjourned to .the regular meeting  night. ?    ...  STORY NQlTOLD IN COURT  the  Had  to'   a  have  As it  Tale of1'a Poker Game.  The suit of Henley vs Reco Min  ing Company was settled with  out any evidence for  defence being submitted,  the case been fought  finish the evidence would  been decidedly interesting,  is, the story of the visit of Lew  Houck, the king of gamblers and  card sharpers, to Sandon will not  be told in the witness box, unless it  should come out in the course of a  new suifc instituted yesterday after  the settlement; m Henley vs Reco.  The case opened yesterday morning  when court resumed. - D. AV. Henley of Spokane, the plaintiff, was  represented by L." P. Duff of Victoria and R. S. Lennie, while defendant company was represented  by W. A. Macdonald and N. E.  ���Nuyum of Spokane. J. Morgan  Harris, president of the company,  was in attendance. The morning  session of court was devoted to the  examination of plaintiff Henley,  who is a Spokane attorney. His  story was that he came into possession of the Reco stock given by  Harris to. Houck and Arthur  through advancing money to the  latter, and.tliat.he was entirely unaware of the facts which placed  Arthur in possession of the certificates. Witness was subjected to a  lengthy cross -examination, but his  evidence was not impaired.  When court opened Mr. Macdonald appliel for leave to amend his  defence by adding a clause to the  effect that the shares were not  valid because they lacked the war  stamps demanded under the state  of Washington and also putting in  certain by-laws of the . defendant  company. The application was refused because these matters were  not included in the original defence  and would not, even if set up, determine the real question in controversy. ���������:'.-���������-������'������   ���.;<'-://>:'':���;'-���..:  After the noon adjournment the  litigants came together with .their  counsels and -agreed on a settlement. Plaiutif�� received under the  agreement one block of 3500- Reco  shares and the costs of the action.  ThejiecondJjlpCk of 2000 shares   in  ���w  zee. zB"^~:E:e,s sc oo.  ���NTELSO-N* B*T.A.S:n.O S-A.***tf:DO:iN*r  STOVES!   STOVES!    STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES      ^  Sole Age^s for tlie Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  SI oro, Corner linker iiih". Josephine Strce  TKLEPH0NK 27  Ordered to China.  J Durban, October 31.���The Gordon Highlanders and the Devonshire regiment have been ordered  to be ready to sail for China in a  few days. ���   Very Interesting.  Bkrtjn", November 1.���A.'special'  dispatch from Pekin says that the  German forces have occupied Yung  Sing Fu, west of Shan-Hai Kwon,  on the Ting Lung Ho river.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Cellar to Rent���Apply Merchants  Rank of Halifax.  To Let���Five room house; $10  'per month. .Apiily third door in rear-of flvo hull.  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vernon st.reol,. Telephone  call 35.  For     Rent���Store   in   Tremont  Hotel., block... Apply to "Walouo & TrcKillns,  Trcinonl hotel.  Wanted���Two lots convenient to  O. P. II. depot. Apply K. Arinslroiifj, C..K I*.  depot, Nelson.  Wanted���Girl for general housework. Apply ilrs. II. .'I.. ICvaiiH, corner ot O.ir-  boniUe and Hall slrecf-s.-  To Let���Furnished Cront room at  reasonable llgnre; private board next door: fourth  house above city hull, Victoria street.  Found���A   sum   of    money    on  ���Saturday, October"271 Ii. ������'Owner enn have same  by proving .property and ptiyinK expenses.  Large well  furnished   rooms to  lot. Apply rooms 1 did .1 JM'aedonald building,  corner Josephine and Vernon streets.  To Let���Furnished room at reusable llgnre; privato board next. door. Konrth  house above city hall, Victoria street.  For   Sale���A    well    established  boarding house business. Apply after fr.'.U) p.m.  Carbonate street, two doors cast of Josephine.  For Rent���Unfurnished six-room  cottage. 'Water, electric .light and sewerage.  Apply to Mrs. Croasdaile, Observatory street.  For Rent���AVell Furnished rooms,  bath, electric lights, hot; air. Mrs. Ogilvie, north  side Carbonate street between Josephine and  Ward. .     -  Wanted���Girl wants situation as  nurse or lo do housework. . Understands cooking. Address V. II. Case, Sentinel olllce,  Kamloops, 1.1. C.  Position   wanted ��� By   s~i   bookkeeper, double entry or single: 20 years  experience, single, aged IK    Highest reference-*,  dress V. j\. !���'., Tribune.  "Ad-  Who Could Sleep?  ��� It's a pleasure to sleep when you have on"  of our alarm clocks to got you up at, the right:  time.   It does it,' hat's what it is built for.  Wc have the regular standard alarms���$l.fiO  up���or the new intt'rniittent, "Must Get Up,"  tattoo alarms���$2.7;i iip���in various sizes and  cuses, all warranted.  dispute is to be returned by Henley  to S. T. Arthur without prejudice  to the latter's claim if any exists.  Then J. M. Harris commenced action against Arthur and the Reco  Mining Company to compel Arthur  to deliver up the shares to be cancelled and to prevent the company  from honoring the certificates.  Judge Walkem approved of the settlement remarking that the evidence of the plaintiff was so clear  and straightforward as to remove  all doubt as to-his'bona fides.  * Something' New  w  to  to  to  $   MORRILL'S  *   CELEBRATED  to  jjj   HAMS and B/\C0N  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  MORRELL'S  CELEBRATED  HAMS and BACON  Direct Irom Iowa's world lamed Corn Belt.  Iowa's Pride Ham, 22c Iowa's Pride Bacon, 25c  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  JJ   Telephone 10 185 Baker Street  "*^.^^5^iauauaiSiJBi'^'^"^B*48       &&&&&&&&,���  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Cream of Wheat  for Breakfast is not only one of the most delicate  and delicious breakfast foods ever offered,* but also  one of the most nutritious and healthy foods known.  .'. . .TRY   IT ... .  Wm. Hunter & Go.  ~ ^NELSON -~  SAW & PLANING MILLS  Limited.  We are prepared to Furnish  by Rail, Barg*e or Teams  v     A .Cable in Operation.  Srattlb, October 31.���Though  separated by miles of frozen sea,  there will bo telegraph communiea>-  tion between Nome aud St. Michael  during the approaching long Arctic  winter. A temporary cable has  been laid by the Alaska Commercial Company and is now in operation.       ^___   PERSONAL.  Ia. McKenzie of Columbia is at  is at, LI Hi Trfemoiil hotel.  J. C. Holden of Trail aud William  Harris of Slocan City areguestaat the Queen's  hotel.  G. M. Dockrjll of New Westminster anil A W. McViMic of Cranbrook are at the  Hotel Phair.  G. H. Barnihart and wife and G.  W. Johnson of Yinir arc registered at Hie Hotel  Hume today.   " ;  F. A. Bre\yer of Carbonate street  leaves for Chicago this morning, intending to he  away a couple of weeks.  J. Fred Ritchie of Rossland is at  the Pnair on his return from a I rip to the Mans-  llclit mines at Camp Mansllcld.  P.    Criddle,    manager    of    the  Turner, Beet on & Company's business In Nelson,  returnod lust night from a visit to the coast.  George   Keefer   has    come   into  Nelson for the winter after spending the spring  und summer in the north of the Cottle River  ���country.  PatenaudeBros.  WATCHMAKERS.  "Tabor rally���  A meeling in the interests of  Mr. Foley, the Labor candidate,  is called for Saturday evening,  November 3d, In the committee  rooms on Baker street. Mr. Parr  of Ymir, Messrs. Wilks, Mowatt,  Robinson, Clayton and others  are expected to be present to  address the meeting.  WALTER R. KEE, Sec'y-  NELSON TENT AND  AWNING  FACTORY  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING  PINE arid CEDAR CASINJGS ,..       ,  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW'STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING ���"  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  J?OORSr=WINDOW:S^and=GLASS.���=  The best equipped establishment in British Columbia for turning out  all kinds of canvas goods.  THEO tyADSOfl. Proprietor.  Bakor Street, Nelson.  Kelson.  ENGINEERS.  . ARKER-Mlnlng  I'uruerlioeokh ntook. Baker street).  CHAKLK3 PARKER���Mining and. nillllnK ei*  glueer.  Get Our Prices before  purchasing elsewhere.  OEFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS; HALL STREET WHARF  _ INVITATION ���  You are cordially invited to attend and become  a member of classes now being formed by  MRS. W. D. CRANSTON  Late graduate of the Ontario School of Decorative Art  for the  advancement  of Fine Art  Needlework.  Free Classes will be formed  in Nelson on Monday, and following days.  All lovers of the art), and those  desirous of learning will be made most welcome.  The celebrated Brainerd <j- Armstrong's Asiatic Dyed Silks, best  in the world, and- Brainerd $��� Armstrong s Stamped Linens ivill be  used exclusively in this series of lessons.  )'iHJHMU>^MU1MKHH|BHBHaaaa^aBMt)n*naa9aajiKl��--alK*'-|-laa  A. FERLAND & CO.  BAKER STREET.  Maple Syrup  a^ Honey  We have i'ust received a large consignment of (Did Settlers* Maple Syrup,_ the best  on tho market; also some pure Ontario White Clover Honey.   Try it.  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING & CO.  2rS SS��S�� I IT COSTS BUT ONE CENT | i^ CN^1S8SS ]  To drop ua a post card that we may call and give estimates.  It saves many dollars.  Never  have any plumbing done until you nave seen our goods and our prices.  pSW&m.     STRACHAN BROTHERS, Plumbers,  ' ^%^^'^r",A^-

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