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Array DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS'A YEAR r  EIGHTH YEAR.  NELSON:  SATURDAY MORNING OCTOBER  a  J 900  PRICE FIVE; CENTS  r   A LEN&THY ORATORICAL FEAST  Several Hundred Persons Gather at the Opera House to  Hear Political Discussion.  CONSERVATIVE, LIBERAL AND LABOR ADVOCATES SPEAK  Several hundred people attended  tlie Conservative mass meeting at  the opera house last night and were  entertained to a lengthy feast of  oratory by home and foreign talent. The building was not nearly  as full as has been the rule heretofore at local political meetings, but  the audience was appreciative and  the speakers were applauded whenever they waited for it. The meeting opened at S.30 and lasted till  "after 11 o'clock. Very little time  was lost in introducing the speakers, and if all the facts and arguments adduced struck home those  present will certainly have added  greatly to their stock of political  lore. Mayor Goodevo of Rossland  made the hit of the evening in a  speech of an hour's duration. Ho  proved to be.a fluent speaker with  a ready knack of producing telling  arguments against the Liberal administration.  IX Al. Carley was not present to  take the chair, and tho duties of  the position were pleasantly discharged by .lohn Toye. In addi-,  tion to the candidates and speakers,  W. A. Macdonald, Chris Morrison,  J. E. Amiable, John Elliot, John A.  Irving and H. G. Neelands had seats  on the platform. ��� Candidate MaeNeill started the speeehniaking. He-  ; opened by informing his "aifdience  4 that on all- public questions" he  -~*wnld be found strictly within the  four corners of the Liberal-Conser-,  vative platform. After .expressing  the Opinion that there.jyas no.room,  for;a thlrd'party in Dominion politics, this being his sole reference to  the existence of the Labor candidate. Mr. MaeNeill devoted somo  attention to the charge of broken  pledges laid at the door of the Liberals. .This introduced the question of public expenditure, the tariff  and the Chinese question. The  rase of IT. IT. Cook and the senator-  ship he wouldn't buy and corrupt  administration iu the Yukon were  touched on, Mr. MaeNeill then turning to redistribution and the imposition of' duties on lead products  which the Conservatives were the  ouly party who could consistently  grant.  In closing, the Conservative candidate argued that the Liberals  were entitled to no credit for the  era of "good times" during their  regime, for the same wave of pros-  perity had been felt in the United  States and'EhglandT^while thlTEib-  erals' measure of preferential trade  with England had not had a good  effect, for the trade returns showed  that Canadian exports to England  had increased on a smaller scale  than the commerce to any of the  other large markets.  Chairman Toye called on candidate Galliher, expressing the hope  that the audience would give him a  good hearing. Tlie applause which  greeted Mr. Galliher was sufficient  to sot all doubts on the point at  rest. The Liberal candidate apologized for appearing without having  prepared a speech, but remarked  that a good and worthy cause such  as he advocated did not require  much preparation. He could find  nothing Jn Mr. MacNeill's address  to show why any voter should  cast a ballot for the Conservative candidate, and thought  most - of his hearers would  agree on this point. (Applause.)  One of his opponent's points was  that the Liberals deserved defeat  because they had ' failed to fulfil  their/pledge to wipe out protection.  Now the: Conservatives declared  that such a step would ruin the  country totally, yet they asked the  electorate to dismiss the Liberal  Administration because theyj had  not brought about; this ruin.  {Laugnter.) The Liberals had increased the expenditure of the  country, but the funds had been  invested "wisely and would bring  "McTc big returns. The revenue had  increased and was constantly rolling tip, yet no charge had been  brought that the money expended  was not laid out honestly and  wisely. On the prosperity topic  candidate Galliher elicited a round  of applause by admitting  that the  Liberals were not entitled to all the  credit for   tho "good times," but  that they had   the  right men  iu  office to grapple with tlie situation  aud navigate the wave of prosperity in such a   manner as to land  Canada   in   a    foremost    position  among the nations.   Another laugh  was raised when Mr. Galliher started  to discuss the Chinese question  by  referring to his opponent   as   "my  learned   friend."      The   quotation  smacked so strongly of a   court   of  law that the audience had a   'quiet  laugh.   He put himself on record as  opposed to the Orientals tooth and  nail aud pleged himself to do all in  his power to stem and   stamp   out  the tide of immigration across   the  Pacific.     The   Labor   party   came  in    for    attention,    the    speaker  drawing     a    doleful    picture    of  j Mr. Foley sitting by   himself  in   a  corner of the   house   of   commons  mistrusted and:suspected by  both  of the old parties.   This was   common sense he asserted  and a  man  who shouted "rats" from .the   gallery was described as knowing nothing of the matter.    If elected, Mr.  Foley   to   exercise   any    influence  would be forced'to   affiliate" witli  one or the other of the old   parties  and then his' independence   would  go to the winds.    He asked the laboring men to compare the records of  the two great parties now before  them, aud to mark their ballots for  the side which had evidenced a disposition   toward  granting  legislation   along   the   lines   desired,   by  workingmeu.  "I expect," concluded  Mr. Galliher, "to get so .many;.yotes*  when T have tiine"fcbVi>i'epare a'-reais  jam  up speech  that .1 shall   have  easy sailing into the house of commons."  James Wilks followed in the interests of candidate Foley, speaking  for thirty-five minutes. He was  surprised, he said, that the gentlemen who had preceded him had advanced no convincing reason why  either of them should bo supported.  So far as he could see tho two parties were about as one, the Liberals  declaring for free trade, yet retaining the protective tariff practically  as it stood, and the Liberal-Conservatives declaring for protection,  with Hugh John Macdonald,  the much vaunted new leader,  promising the abolition of the tar-  iff on agricultural implements in  Brandon, and sir Charles Tupper  assuring the'people of the east that  all industries would be protected.  "TKCTdistiuction existing-between  Liberal and Conservative policies  was about the same as the distinction between tweedlededee and  tweedlededum. Both parties had  toyed with the Chinese question  and neither accomplished anything.  The Independent Labor party now  proposed to grapple with the problem by sending men to Ottawa  who were pledged to devote their  special attention to these matters  and who were capable of fulfilling  their pledges. Such a man was Mr.  Foley, the candidate in this riding.  (Applause.) One of the great issues  from the Labor party's standpoint  was the need of legislation to bring  about compulsory arbitration. He  didn't like the idea of compulsion and to justify such  legislation it was necessary  to take it for granted that laborers  were unreasonable, which he admitted, and capitalists equally unreasonable, which he believed. An  act which would force the respective parties to bring their complaints  before a properly constituted tribunal, with the power -to make  both adhere to any decision arrived  at would be a boon. He wound up  with an appeal to the voters on behalf of candidate Foley.  Mayor Goodeve concluded the  speeehniaking with a rattling address.- He attacked the legislation  enacted and attempted by the Liberal convention, dwelt at length on  the corruption in various eastern  ridings and spent some time with  the broken pledge question. The  Yukon railway bill came up first  and Mr. Goodeve, after detailing  the tremendous concessions which  the Mackenzie-Mann syndicate  Would   have   secured   under   the  proposed legislation told, how, the  bill was thrown out by the  senate. "If the much discussed  senate never does anything else  during the life of its members it  has earned a right to existence by  its action in throwing out the Yukon railroad bill," announced the  speaker, and the same remark was  made to apply to the Drnmmond  county railway legislation. Coming to the matter-of corruption ' in  elections Mr. Goodeve charged the  Liberals with having stolen the suf-  rerages of the people by stuffing  ballot boxes, etc." He aroused the  attention of candidate Galliher  when starting to give figures from  the West Elgin affair from manuscript.  "Show us  what  you're reading  from," demanded Mr. Galliher, and  the demand   was reiterated until  Mr.  Goodeve replied: "My notes."  "Yes, his notes," interjected.candidate Galliher. facetiously.    "I'll tell  you all about it," said Mr. Goodeve,  turning to the audience, "and then  he'll be glad to take it all -back."  "It will be the first time," was Mr.  Galliher's retort, aud he stoutly refused to admit .the impeachment  that "the   burning   of   the   ballot  boxes was a Liberal dodge.    Coming to the broken pledge matter,  Mr. Goodeve said amid   laughter:  "Since Moses, coming down  from  Mount   Sinai, ' found   the   people  of Israel worshipping' the golden  calf and flung down the tables of  stone,   thereby   breaking   all   ten  commandments, tlie re   has   never  been   such   a   record    of    broken  pledges as that made by the' Liberal  party."   This line of thought .was  followed up at some length, and,  with other points briefly touched  on, concluded his worship's excellent speech a'ndthe meeting. " ~ *  MINES AND MINING MATTERS  CHAPLEAU  OFriOlALS   SOON   TO  RETURN   TO   FRANCE.  Nelson's Exhibit at   Spokane   Was a  ..   Good Advertisement, Says  Mr. DowsiDg.  RAILWAY AND STEAMBOAT  SOME     LARGE    FREIGHT    SHIPMENTS   ON   THE   C.  P.  R.  ^Tlie Storm ..of Last Week,the .W.orstjn  Years on the Lake���The Kaslo  - Still   Tied   Up  The freight department of the  C. P. It. in .the Kootenay and Boundary districts has just, made a new  record. The returns for last week  indicate that 10,200 tons of freight  were' handled, making it the  largest' week's business since the  road was put in. The largest increase is'on the Boundary section  where ore shipments are ,heavier  than ever before. In this section,  East Kootenay has had a large output, the St. Eugene being one of  the principal factors. The Slocan  shipments are also larger than ever  before'ahd"there=is=a=probability'of  still further growth in the immediate future. The Ivanhoe will  enter the shipping list at an early  date and the Arlington is to increase its output shortly.  Building a Pontoon.  The C. P. R. shipyard's crew is  engaged in building a pontoon for  the slip at Procter. It will be the  first pontoon apparatus used at  any of the interior ports, but the  merit of the idea has been demonstrated at coast ports. Instead of  building an apron of the description used on the Nelson and other  slips, the track is laid on the pontoon, which roughly resembles a  barge and can be floated to the position desired. By submerging a  part or all of the craft the track is  brought to the level of the barges  and cars hauled with ease. The  pontoon is intended to rest on the  ground, which makes its use impossible in very deep water such as exists at Nakusp where the end of the  slip is in 40 feet of water.  Miscellaneous.  The lake was calm yesterday  morning for the first time since  Sunday. The storm Avas the worst  in years and seriously interfered  with the towing of bargee, although  the passenger service was run almost on time. The steamer Marion  had to tie up on two different occasions at Balfour.  The steamer Kaslo, recently  added to the Kootenay Railway &  Navigation Company's fleet, is still  tied up in the bay at Kaslo. Her  only business trip was one ruu with  a load of ore to. Kootenay Landing.  The marquis de Dusmot returned  to. the   Ghapleau mine yesterday  after "transacting private business  in the city.     He>-s'tat"es that the  tramway and mill; are; progressing  steadily, and. that pre will probably  be run through the'mill about November .15th.   After waiting a few  days to see that everything is running smoothly Messrs. de Dusmet  and de Grarnniorit -will return to  "Paris, France,' to lay' their report  before   the   shareholders    of    the  Chapleau company.   In the, interim  they will examine several ��� properties and secure.other, information  regarding 'the  district.   Both   expect to return'next summer, and if  the Chapleau proves to be as good  as they anticipate further investments will probably follow.  j �����   Showing Up Well.  T. G. Procter''has returned from  East Kootenay after an inspection  of the work done,on the Alice property. A large. ^reWv'is employed  at the "present .time,.'considerable  outside work, including the erection  of cabins aud other buildings, being  under way. He brought back several sacks of ore from the Alice.  The product is silver-lead, with  close to 00 per cent lead. The ledge  is showing up welLand if the winter's work is as satisfactory as is expected, the company will consider  the advisability of erecting a concentrator and train way on'the/property. The Alice' is so situated that  the difference saved in the cost of  handling the output by ;"means of  meehanicalfaoilitiesris -in "-itself a  handsome profit, so that beyond a"  few trial shipments during the winter, no effort will.bejnado to market the ore until spring.  Was a Oood Advertisment.  W. H. Dowsing has returned  from Spokane with the exhibit of  Nelson district minerals. During the fruit fair Mr. Dowsing  states that he was kept busy constantly answering questions with  regard to British Columbia mines  and expressed the opinion that the  advertisement afforded the country  was beyond estimate.  MINING   STOCK  QUOTATIONS.  the   south   to   a   point   167 miles  northwest of Hazel ton, so that allowing for the unexplored and un-  surveyed country   through which  the line passes, a distance of not  more than 15 or 20 miles separates  the two ends.   Mr. Rochester could  only continue the work at immiuentT'  risk to the lives of his party, and J  much as he regrets abandoning the  work with the completion almost  within reach he deemed it prudent  to take no risks, but to return to  Telegraph creek while he had  the  chance.    "Arrangements   may   be  made to bridge the gap with Indian  runners, but nothing definite can  be said on this point by Mr. Charle-  son until he has conferred with Mr.  Rochester, who is on his way out.  found A BUSHEL OF DUMBS  '<?-  A Missouri Blacksmith Returns From South Africa and-  r-'-  The following were the quotations of British Columbia mining  stocks on the Toronto Stock Exchange yesterday:  ~~~ stock;  Athabasca   B. C. Gold Fields   Black Tail   Brandon & Golden Crown........  Butte & Boston   Canadian Goldfields Syndicate.;.  Cariboo (McKinncy)   Cariboo Hydraulic   Centre 8tar   Crow's Neet Pass Coal   California   Doer Trail Consolidated   Kvenlngr Star   Goldon Star   Giant   Hammond Reef   Iron Musk   Jim Blaine   King v.   Knob Hill   Lono Pine-Surprise Consolidated..  Monle Chrlsto Consolidated   Montroal Gold Fields   Montreal & London   Morning Glory   Morrison   Noblo Five    North Star   Novelty   Old Ironsides   Olive   Payne   Princoss Maud   Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated ...  Hepublio   Slocan Sovereign   Virtue   War Eagle Consolidated   Waterloo.   White Bear   Winnipeg   "A:��ked~  $ 5 90   !  3J  14  10  yj-  8  73  1 JO  1.S2  18 00  7  7  2i  SI  VI.  as  ii  ii  i.-i  hi  a  ?!  S -  ;t  Si  il')  :i  m  171  !I2  :t  27  721  12  3*1  1 03J  31  3-  ���M  =Biar  : 5 50  3  10  5  2  71  m  1 20  1 4;i  ���12 50  3  23  s  U  t*  2J  30  5  ���I  :��  a  I  2  lil  ml  l  30  121  as  21  (',!)  ii  ��� 313  1 oil  2:1  23  2  Sale?.���Golden Star, SOOat 2; Sammond Reef,  7000 at 2J; Virtue. lOfiO at .VI. 500 at 3a}, 500 at 35*,  500 at 35J, 500 at 35}, 50U at 35J, 500, 500 at 35 (30  days), 2000 at 37, 2000 at 37.  Yukon Telegraph. Line.  Ashcroft, October 26.���J. B.  Gharleson, superintendent of Yukon  telegraph construction, reached  here today from Qiiesnelle. On his  arrival Mr. Gharleson found a report from .7. Y. Rochester, who has  charge of the work of construction  south from Telegraph creek. Mr.  Rochester states that the line is  complete to a point approximately  167 miles northwest of Ilazelton  and that owing to deep snow, severe weather aud the daily loss of  animals he is compelled to suspend  further work on the line for tlie  winter.   The line is completed from  Picked up at  London, October 26.���The British   tank   steamer Orange Prince,  captain Richardson, which, passed  Lizard Head   today from  Marcus  Hook for Dover, reported she had  on board two shipwrecked seamen  from the American steamer Marshall L, who were picked up on October 10th, when  the steamer was  two days out, in latitude 40 north,  longitude 69 west'. - There are"but'  three American ships with names  similar to that -which the Orange'  Prince reports the men belonged  to. ���   These   are   the   Marshall   L  Adams of  Provinceton,. Massachusetts, the Marshall Wills|of Bridgeport, Connecticut, and the Marshall  Perrin of Deer Isle, Maine.  Died of Yellow Fever.  Havana, October 20.���Captain  Page died of yellow fever this morning. Page was a captain of Porto  Rico infantry. He came to Cuba  with major-general Wood's evacuation commission and was a linguist  of note.  "- -  All QUIET AT VALLEYFIELD  BUT THE EAR  i&cWealth  Galore.  i.i  OPEN AND HIS RICHE4 VANISHED  i1? L  r-tfl  a i  TROOPS ARE NOW LIKELY TO BE  WITHDRAWN.   '.  Strikers, '  Humor  However,, Are  and the Trouble  in., a  May Be  Renewod at Any Time.  VALLEYFrEl.n, Quebec, October  20.���Iu spite of many threats made  during the day. that with the advent of darkness the Montreal  militiamen would be sorry that  they had struck Valleyfield, the  evening passed off without the  slightest disturbance. A couple of  hundred men belonging to the Oach  battalion at- Montreal arrived at  ten o'clock, bringing the number of  men on duty up to six hundred.  The soldiers were kept inside the  mill enclosure, The people are  very anxious that the troops should  go. A meeting was held tonight  of the council and .justices   of   the^  St. Josrph, Missouri, Ocj  22.���Nathan B. Jewett, formerly  horseshoer in this city, ha9 - re- -  turned from South Africa with a ���  dozen large diamonds and a mar- J  vellous story. Jewett declares that!  he found a pocket of diamonds  the Drakenberg mountains in Cape-'  Colony, more than a bushel of the'  -precious stones in one pile, but-  nearly all of them slipped from his!  grasp while he'stood gazing on the5  untold wealth.  Jewett left St. Joseph three years;  ago and went to Chicago, where he:  met a young man named Evans,  whom he befriended. Evans died,;  but before his death he gave Jewett;  a map showing the   location   of   a  pocket of diamonds in South Africa.  Jewett carried the map in his pocket for six months before he decided to hunt for the diamonds.      j  "After landing at Cape Town i!  went at once into the country  where the. map-showed the dia-!  monds to be, but could find nothing:  I suppose 1 must have travelled  thousands and thousands of miles  around Beaufort looking for the  place, and at last was rewarded.  "It is a queer feeling you ' have  when you look down on a pile of  wealth greater than that of any  one man", in the world and know  it is*all" your own. It'wash late in  the. afternoon when I found-, the  place, iu a gorge, that ��� was inaccessible to anybody accept a man]  driven'to desperation as I was at  -the- time. <*-�� Isuppose ,the: diamonds-  Had Keen washed' down into the  place year after year, one or two at  a time. Some worthless stones  were among them, but tho pile  was nearly all diamonds, and there  must have been two bushels of the  stuff. I took up a handful of the?*  largest ones and put them intq'my tv  pocket. I liave wished' ten thbus-^f  and ^times*. since then'that I had^.7  takenyhove, for thejr were all I got;*  out of that pile of untold wealth.'!;'Vs  "I guess I must have been, men%sv  tally unbalanced when I found thej;V;  diamonds, foc-Thaveno recollection ��  of what I did for-several hours;'\$.  When I realized what had happened^  it was dark, -and I was standing^  there with my hands in the precious r;  stones,   - allowing     them    to* alip*~-.v'  through my fingers a few a,ta,.time.)J;  I slept that night close to the place,',^  and suppose I~ remained there'.all "ti  the next day.   The  water, had ~all;i-��  seeped out of the pocket' in-^which-J:y|  they lay, leaving them dry. , I coIt'iC  cnlated that there must be a {two-~^  bushel sack full of them. As I stood z$  there I felt the ground begin to ^?  tremble. The rocks were split about %  a foot wide, a hot vapor issuing out;-;  of the seam, and down that crevice* %'-i  the diamonds went rolling.   I stood-"^;  there powerless. There was another ;^  thump away down in the earth,^  and the last of the "diamonds rolled^  down into the crevice. ��� __     "���--^  "I have no idea what.,became of ,Y~  me then. I wandered: around a-5  week or two in the mountains, tp-i'%  tally insane. "When - I' recovered  my senses I went back. to the placed  where tho sickening catastrophe-  had occurred. I let a line - with^a"  weight on the end of it dpwniin_;-^  weight!' wen't',y��l  91  the   crevice.  The  down thousands of .feet, and 'it'ap7^|  peared:that the erevice���in the-rocks!:;^  had nb'ibottom. "Puffs ofr hot' air<-t*  ,caraeJ6u_tj$f;, it occasionally, and I"- vf  .realized,- tliatf.hiy��diamonds* _w'ereV;��|  lost forever."     '  It is Jewett's intention to go" back ~f\  to South Africa "when  the' country'''  has settled  into it"sc'hormal state.';  aud* search  for another "pocket of>  dianionds. " " ~ _"      .    /  peace and an understanding given  that if the troops were withdrawn  the peace would be preserved. This  will probably be accepted and the  trouble will end without serious  bloodshed. But it is apt to break  out again, as there is an angry feeling that it is difficult for those in  authority to keep under control.  Found on the Track.  Pout .Byron, October, 20.���The  body of a man apparently about 25  years of age, was found on the New  York Central tracks here this morning. It is thought that he fell from  a passing freight train. The name  It. H. Myers was marked on the  collar.   Not Hostile.  Brussels, October 26.���The  Kruger reception committee has issued a formal disclaimer of hostility  towards Great Britain in connection  with the reception, which the committee says will be exclusively a  demonstration of sympathy, every  means being taken to . prevent political allusions.  Boiler Explosion.  Minok, Illinois, October 20.���  Three boilers;exploded at the Chicago <fe Minok Coal and Tile Works  here-today. The mine superintendent and 250 men were in the  workings ."550 feet" below the surface. Iiater they were''all brought  out uninjured.  Victoria, Australia, has built  seven local railways on the  co-operative principle. The railways were estimated for by contract at ��547,008, but by working  the co-operative principle they were  completed for ��251,211.  MANY CROUPS OF CLAIMS  Developed by Excelsior  Company.  In addition to doing a great deal  of development work on the Joker,  Derby, and Mona Fraction ..claims  at Camp Mansfield, ,J. J. Flentot',  the engineer of the Excelsior company, has been doing a large  amount of work in various.other  districts in Kootenay for the company he represents. The groups on  -which=the=greatest-amountof=-work-  has been done are situate in the  Lardo and. Windermere districts.  On the south fork of Kaslo river  some work was also done by Mr.  Fleutot on the Cork claim and on  the Florida group. The work in  Windermere district was done  under the superintendence of Mr.  Morin, Messrs. Fleutot and Green  occasionally visiting the properties  on behalf of the Excelsior company  to note progress. The Excelsior  company has spent much money on  other claims last year and this.  Mr. Newswander, the well-known  jeweler at Kaslo, is connected with  the company and acts for Mr.  Fleutot, on behalf of tho Excelsior  company.   Part of the British Empire.  Pretoria, October 26.���The  Transvaal was today proclaimed a  part of. the British empire, the  proclamation , being attended  with impressive ceremonies. Tlie  royal standard was hoisted in the  main square of the city, the grenadiers presented arms, massed bands  played the national anthem, sir Alfred Milner read the proclamation  and 6200 troops representing Great  Britain and her colonies marched  past.  Huntington's Successor.  New York, October 20.���A dispatch to the Evening Post from  London says that Charles M. I lays,  general manager of the Grand  Trunk Railway, has resigned to accept the presidency of the Southern  Pacific. The Evening Post says  that this statement has been confirmed by the highest Southern Pacific authorities.   According to the  Evening Post, the directors .-of the*  company have unanimouslyjagreed*  on Mr. Hays for the. presidency, al- -  though formal action is not to be"  taken until next week. Mr. Hays v'l  will 'reside iu San Francisco ��� and -~f I  will have oomplete charge of the --J  operation'of the. railway, with C. H.  Tweed as chairman of the board of  directors in New York. Charles M.  Hays has been general manager of  the Grand Trunk Railway since  January 1, 1S0G. He was at one  time general manager of the Missouri Pacific and at a later period'  ,occiipied=the=same=position_on���the^==r!  Wabash. :'"':       r  Movement of Boers.  Capetown,' October 20.���Hans  Botha has cut off a train with.- a  reconnoitering party of the Highland brigade between Heidelberg  and Greytingstadt, in the Transvaal Colony, tearing up the rails  in front and behind tho train. In  the fight which followed two captains and eight men were wounded  and all were captured.  It was reported that fprnierpresi-  dent Steyn and the members of the  executive council are at Fourie-  burg, south'of Bethlehem and that  he has declared Fourieburg to be  tho capital of tho Orange Free  Sta^e. Mr. Steyn has ordered Kri-  ter, a member of thelate Volksraad,  to be tried on the charge of high  treason.  Jacobsdaie Not Captured.  London, October 27.���It .-now ap��  pears that Jacobsdaie was not captured by the. Boers. Advices received from Capetown shortly after;  midnight say: "Later news from  Jacobsdaie show that 200 Boers unsuccessfully attacked the garrison.  The Highlanders-had--14- killed and  20 wounded." . -  ���r A'Coincidence.  London', October'20.���It is regarded here as a curious coincidence  that the news of the recapture of  Jacobsdal by tho Boers should bo  received concurrently with the expected arrival home from South  Africa of the City Imperial Volunteers, as Jacobsdal was the scene of  the hitter's first fight. The town  was captured by the volunteers on  February 19th,  .&.  /����� sifts 2  THE TRIBUNE:  KELSON-_;;(*��� SATURDAY OCTOBER 27 1900  HUDSON'S BAY  COMPANY. *  INCORPORATED 1670.  Rubbers  Don't wait  until you catch  cold from wet  feet.  needed at one or the other of the  coast cities. Were it established  by tlie Dominion government,,  mighty little gold that is mined in  Canada would find its way to - the  United States until it paid toll to  our merchants and business interests. Strive for that, which'..yon  are. fairly entitled, and yon may be  successful; but a mint will not be  established at tho Pacific coast, because it is not the proper place for  one. "  TOAD   MOUNTAIN   OUTLAWS.  It is cheaper to buy rubbers  than pay doctor's bills.  All Sizes  MEN'S  LADIES'  CHILDREN'S  J  s  Bay Stores  ��fte ��rUmritf*  JTTTr-f TTTTTTITl T rTITITTtTTTTTTTTTITTTTTTTTTTTIIItmr  The foul conspiracy, wherein' John  Houston and the editor of the Kcon-  omist have sworn  to  close  up  the  Miner, may be regarded as one of  the most flagrant outrages of these  degenerate times, and it is not saying too much to assert that never  in the history o[ this law-abiding  community   has   public sentiment  been aroused to such a high pitch  of excitement.    Is  it any  wonder  that  men,  as  they    meet   on  the  streets, in ominous tones ask  each  other   "what next?"    It is a sad  commentary on our much-boasted  civilization that such degenerates  as John Houston and the editor of  the Economist should be permitted  to hatch their devilish conspiracies  against a high-toned organ of public opinion, and against the peace  of our sovereign lady the queen.  The question which seems uppermost in the minds of the people, is,  when and under what circumstances,  was this black, malignant, malevo-.  lent   design   incubated?      Anyone,  who is at all conversant with .the  topography of Nelson and the surrounding country will at once comprehend its natural advantages for.  concocting and disseminating  conspiracies. The mountains, the lakes,  the.lumber,yards,  the, alleysJand'  the back offices of printing- establishments, all seem to vie with one  another .as. offering superior, attrac-  hard most of these kind of- gin mill  operators close up, beat their creditors and emigrate, while responsible  hotel men with the proper kind of  houses have to struggle along and  hold -up people who cannot pay  their board. The license commissioners in all parts of Kootenay  should exercise more .judgiiieht in-  granting licenses to sell boozerine.  There is room for just so many  hotels and no more. Fewer licenses  should mean better service to tho  public, and bettor liquor. As it is  there is no restriction upon the  adulteration of liquor. It is high  time that fools and knaves were refused licenses, if the hotels of  Kootenay are to be saved from  sinking into mere dives for the sale  of jiiu jam promoters and the robbing of men at cards when they  cannot tell a deuce from a knter.  .^K  Pretty High Returns.  ,/    Slocan-Drill.  Al. Teeter returned yesterday  from Nelson, whither ho had been  with tlie ore shipped by the Bondholder. He is highly pleased with  the results, as lie deserves to be.  ���The amount shipped was a fraction  less than 20 tons, giving a net return of $2100, it averaging 218  ounces of silver peiv ton. These  figures demonstrate the great richness of the property, which is a  grass-root proposition, pure-" and  simple. The dry ores of this division aro not to be sneezed at.  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.  From and after October 1st, all  subscribers to the Daily Tribune  who are served by carrier will  be required to pay their subscriptions weekly to the carrier.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES.  Weekly, by carrier .      .      ���  Monthly, by carrier    .       .  Three Months, by carrier        .  Six Months, by car; ier  .    '.  One Year, by carrier  .$  95  1 00  2 60  6 00  10 00  ���i__z__;ix���_x_x__i__xi_iix_xx_ix_r_r  Candidate Galliher, last night,  was in some doubts ;as to. his -position on the tariff.- lie-is a free  trader, as all good Liberals are, but  is afraid to say so.  The Rossland Miner is in sore  distress. Its editor would like it  to support the Liberal party, with  whicli he has affiliated in the past;  but the man in Montana has pulled  the string, and the editor is silent.  The Evening Miner of Nelson is  not consistent. On Thursday it  swore it was the only Conservative  paper in all Yale-Cariboo. On Friday it was not the organ of any  party or of any class. Tlie Miner  was the organ of the mine owners,  as long as they paid it a monthly  stipend ; when the stipend stopped,  the organ grinding stopped. Thie  Miner was a self-proclaimed organ  of the Conservative party until  yesterday, When it found that there  was no subsidy in sight, and it  quit grinding out ; Conservative  music.' What will it'be tomorrow?  Tnrc boards of trade of Victoria  and Vancouver are both striving to  secure for their   respective; .towns  the location of the "projected   Canadian  mint.'   The   Canadian   mint  should be established   at   Ottawa,  the capital of Canada.   Instead   of  striving to secure something they  are not entitled to, the   boards   of  trade of the coast cities should   be  at work trying to get an assay   office established at. some   point   on  the coast in order to stop the   gold  that Is mined in  the.[ goldfields   of  northern   Canada   from   going   to  Seattle.   An assay office is what is  For my own part (but I may be a  little fastidious   in  this regard), I  prefer a law-office.*   Now, as to the  time when John Houston and the  editor of the Economist unlawfully  assembled.-What time more fitting  than thehour of twelve! Ineveryyel-.  low-covered   novel   this   was   the  time selected  by conspirators, and  even as I indite theso few lines, in  my imagination I see" tho two red-  handed   conspirators    on    bended  knees before a skull and crossbones  swearing eternal devotion to each  other, and incidentally to close .up  the Miner office I    Here I desire to  make a word of explanation. -In  swearing   to   close -up  the   Miner  office   it must not'-be understood  that John Houston and the editor  of   the   Economist   contracted   to  'close up all the old cracks and crevices which are said to be the most  pronounced characteristics  of the  ~Miner~building;���Thafc-wonld���not  properly come under the head of  conspiracy.   The undertaking was  simply a proposal to close up the  Miner newspaper, and thus deprive  the citizens of Nelson of- their inalienable right to read soul-stirring  sea    serpent    stories    and    other  thoughtful essays from the pen of  the youthful philosophe*' who  left  his happy home in  Minneapolis to  edit the Nelson Miner.   I submit,  that   inasmuch   as  John Houston  and tho editor of the Economist  only pledged themselves to close up  the Miner, they are under no obligation,   implied   or   otherwise,   to  close up the building now occupied  by that paper.   They simply covenanted to close up the Miner; the  landlord will do the rest.   When  that is done, in the language1 of the  poet:.;  '��� 11,-Hlmll ho tho mcililation and  The Mieme otuf ter ages; yen, I prophesy  Savants shall moralize and chroniclers  Dilate upon this fell Ii)!<|nil6iis deed."  -   D. M. Cari-ey.  Returns From a Trial Shipment.  . Trout Lake Topic.       . ������  The Cromwell returns were received last night. The trial ''^shipment of Oi-tons gives a gross value  of $793,777 This is divided as follows: Gold $722.55 and silver $71.24.  Charges for freight and treatment  from the Landing are $79.22 leav-  ing a net value of $714.55. The  gross returns per ton were- $122.11  from which is to be deducted transportation and .'treatment from - the  mine to the smelter amounting to  about $40 and the net returns per  ton are $70.11.  -   v : ..-������"  NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.  rJR��v?" **-**'?*!��>���-j*-**'**- **��� **' **' ��*���.**���-**��� 0^'^^^'^*'-      ^ ^ .^Jj. $^^ ^?"'8T; ST'^"i 5��^^J*: 5*".S^ ^^. ^ ^5". ^j^r  RVLNE  &  CO.  to  to  to  Dress Goods, Millinery  Carpets and Men's Furnishings  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Ladies'   Depnrtnient,  Scaled tenders will be received by the nn-  d��rsigi;ed, until 12 o'clock noon, on Friday,  November 2nd," for the erection of a two-story  frame cottage for the Kootenay Lako General  tions, for-intending .conspirators?^s^ilft1, ,  .        _ . ��� Lowest  .owest  copied.  or any tender not necessarily ac-  KWATtT & CARRIE.  Architects.  FOR FALL PLANTING  Home-grown Fruit and Ornamental,. Trees, Roses, - Shrubs,   ���  Vines and Bulbs���80,000 to select from.' Address  M. J. HENRY, Vancouver, B. C.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Special sale of ladies' and children's wool vests, drawers,  and-combination suits, flannelette night dresses,  drawers and skirts.  Ladies' flannelette, cashmere, alpacia, silk, satin, and  French flannel blouse waists.  Ladies'.rriantles, jackets, and tailor-made suits from best  makers at cxceeding-ly low prices.  Ladies'  ready-made dress skirts, from $2.00 each up.  Ladies' "R & 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.  Men's   Department.  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,  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  yard up ; Axmiristers, 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.  All    Carpets   Sewn   and   L,��ici    "Pre��   of   Charge.  ^FRBID   ___ .  %_^.dp^> 00 ��� 0^ ��� 00 * 0^ ��� 0^0 * 0^0 * 0^ ��� 00 * i__^ ��� 0^ ' 00 * ^^^ ��� ^^0 * d__;   " 00 * 0^ *  ' ��� __^ .l^*" _8*'_^'' ___^"_^' __^_P^ ___*'__^'' ___^''_l^p' _P*'_i^1''__^'_^''__^"*'  ^^k* ^___ * ^^__ *^t__ * ^^-k *^_r_ * ^^fc_ * ^__. * ^Bfcw *^-fcr�� * ^^^ *^^_. * ^^^ *^^__ * ^^-_ *^__ * ^���_. *  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to    <& CO.,,  * ^^0 * 00 * ��0 * ^0F * ^^0 * ^^0" 00 * s^0 * 00 * ^^0 * ^0 * 00 * 00 * 0t0 * ^0 * 00 * ^0  ���^tSOM  Specially reoommonded  for -dyopepsln, ��� loss  of  appetite,   Blcnplessriera,  indigestion,    \veaknens  from  whutover  cause,  ncrvonancsa,.  -   fevers,  consumption,    nmlai'la  . mid gujieml debility.  Women  complain   of  a  tired feeling.   Wi'son's Invalid's Port  is  immodiate  find etilcacioiiH, ��� leaving no  Harmful cifecM... -..    -.  Men will find it particularly valuable as n restorative and a.fltrenRthener of  the body arid net vo oystem  ���  Wo recommend thla tonlo  321 lo 331 Hater Street, Nelson.  American at*d European Plans.  Canada mm  AND BOOK  GOMPANY  Nelson, B, C.  Kootenay   Coffee   Co.  .NULBON, B.a  ��������������� ' ,  Coffee roasters and dealers In Tea and Coffee.  Offer freah roasted coffee of best) quality as  follows t  Java and Arabian Macha, per pound..~..t  10  Java and Mocha T!lend, S pounds  1 00  Fine SantOB, 1 pounds ���.. 1 00  Santos Blond, 5 pounds .' __ 1 00  Our Special Blend. 6 pounds  1 00  Our Rio Boast, 0 pounds _......_ 1 00  ���' A fatal order solicited.   Salesroom 2 doors east  of OddfAllnws hlook. WbrA Baker Bbreet,  O.W. West & Co.  COALI      WOODI  Hard Coal  Anthracite  $9,651  Crow's Neat  Coal  DBLIVBRBD  J.15  AOKNTS  IMPKTlUli-OIIj COMPANY, l;n>.  No order can be accepted uiiIchh accompanied  byxaMli. .      ���      -   .   ������ ���  Ofllco:; Cornor of null -  and Haker Street*). ,   .  MEALS  25  CENTS  VOTE  FOR ....  A.  H.  MacNEILL  of Rossland  Candidate of the Liberal-Conservative Party for Member  of the House of Commons for Yale-Cariboo.  KOOMS LIOHTRD BY KLKCTRlCI'i'Y  ===&^AN1>-HEATED^BY=STBAM=A===^  ���25 CBNTS-TO |1    ... .  QUEEN'S HOTEL  BAKKR BTRKKT. NSMOy.'   '  Lighted; by Electricity, and Heated with Hot Air.  Large oomfortable ��� bedrooms and flrsb-olass  dining-room. Sample rooms for oommerolal men.'  RATES $2 PER DAY  W|rs. L C. ClarKe^ Prop.  tATB Olf THB ROTAL HOTEt, OALOABV  EVERY   DAY  AT  THB  Club Hotel  BIG   SCHOONER  Beer or Half-and-half only  FRESH   iyC   GOOL  The only gooi Beer In Nelson .  TELEPHONE 33.  E.  J. CURRANT Prop.  : Corner Stanley and Silica Streets.  Fewer Licenses.  -      NeVDeriyer Ledge  Competent' aiicl responsible hotel  men are not properly protected in  Kootenay. Almost any person by  throwing up a shack with the necessary adjuncts required by the  letter of the law can get a license  to selljiquor at retail. No attention is !paid to moral or financial  standing.. Licenses'have been given  to men" who would rob- drunken  men, and permit any kind of vice  in their houses.    When times get  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The best/ value for 'the _ money In the market  for all purpoHOH,  terms cash     W. P. TutRNET, General Agent  Tnlouhnno 147.   OITIoa wltih O. n. J. ChriRMa.  Vote for Niekerson  to repair your watch. He wa s  born in the watch, business.  His platform is first-class work-  innnship. Baker Street, oppos. -.  ite Queen's hotel.  tyadderi: House  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  PLATFORM  Adopted hy 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, and 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 whicli the prosperity of this constituency'is  almost wholly dependent is mining; ami we believe that our mining industries are as .fairly entitled to protection as the manufacturing industries of.Eastera Canada---..therefore, we advocate that the duties on lead  =anrt=lead-produc��-ts=beMnereasedfSO-tlmt=they-shaH^  imposed by thefUnited States on the same articles. : ;-  That the out put of the precious metal mines, is largely increasing,  therefore we favior the establishment of a mint, so that'the specie in. circulation, shall beithat of our own instead of that of a foreign country. ;  We advocate the restriction of the immigration of Chinese and.Jap-~  auese, 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 tlie  redistribution of seats-is made that this constituency shall be given representation according to its 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  partih the larger one that affects the people of the whole of Canada.:  WHOLESALE TRADE  /GRATED AND MINERAL WATERS.  THOUPK & CO., LIMITKR-Corner Vernon  and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of and wholesale dealers in aerated waters aud  fruit syrups. Sole agents for Halcyon Spring  mineral water.  Telephone CO. ,...   .,..  'ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES. '  WF. TEETZEL "&' CO.-Corner, Baker and  ��� Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesalo dealers In assayers - supplies. Agents for Denver  Fire Olav Co. of Donvor, Colorado. "   ���  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS & CO.-Baker street. Nelson  ��� wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars  cement, fire brick and Are clay, water pipe .and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTEIOAL : SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COMPAN V���Wholesalodoal-  ers Iu telephones, annunciators, bells,, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block. Nelson. -������  . FLOUR AND FEED.  COMPANY      Straiulit or  Kootenay. Points,  *H  CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE ROOMS IN NELSON  Houston Block, Comer of Baker and Josephine Streets.  BllACKMAN - KEU  MILLING  ���Cereals, Flour, Grain, Hay  mixed cars shipped to all   Kool       . . ...  Grain elevators at nil principal points on'Calgary-  =lWmonton-ItrRr?MIl��=at=Vlotoria^NewiWoHt";====  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.,  qiAYLOR ' FEED & PROD UCK- :CO.^-niiker  ���*���   street," Nelson   (George   V. :Motion's, old  stand),, Flour, Feed, Grain, Hay and Produce.  Car lots a specialty.- Correspondence solicited.;  Phone 26.ssTji \;   :..  .��� - :.;���>-������,'��� ���-.^:;  ;g';:j.   ,'.'  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  P    BURNS fc   CO.���Baker   street,   Nelson,  ���  wholesale dealers in fresh and cured meats;  Cold storage.  GROCERIES.  A MACDONALD & CO.���Cornor Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholesale grocers and  Jobbers'in blankets, gloves;mitts, boots, rubbers,  macklnaws and miners'sundries.       ���       -  KOOTENAY 8UPPLY  COMPANY,   LIMITED���Vernon   street, Nelson,   wholesale  grocers.1   "'���   "'  ���-'���-.    ���'-   - ������'���-' ������'���>���' ������������������>���������������:���  TOHN CHOLDITCH & CO.���Front street, Nel-  V'' son, wholesale grocers.   ���-���:  J- Y. GRIFFIN'& CO.-Front street, Nelson.  ���   wholesale   dealers   In  provisions,   cured  meats, butter and eggs.  Head Ofpiok at  JSfSLSOK, B. C.  Who I esal e and Retai I  lers in Meaits  The only hotel .In Nelson., that has remained  under one management since 18U0.   - The bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by olectrlolty.     ..:".������.  The bar' is always stocked by the boat dom s-  tlo and imported liquors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H.McMANUS, Manager  Kar stocked with best brands of wines, Hqnora,  aud Clgai's.' Beer on draught. Laitto comfortable rooms.  MrsL-elass UtWn board.  Markets at   Nelson,  Rossland,. Trail,  Kaslo, Yinir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nev  Denvor, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forka, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Go.  .ILL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLE8ALH AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson &  (J.   TRAVES,  Manager  ORDER8 HY MAIL S 'XOWm OAXtXBVh AMD PBOMFT ATtTlHrraOM  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYERS & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine  ��� ' streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in "hard  ware and mining supplies.  Powder Co. .    ��� -  Agents for Giant  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE . COMPANY  Baker St., Nelson, wholesale 'dealers in  hardware and'mining-supplies,, and water aud  - plumbers'supplies.  ' m-   '..I ���.,��� -��� .^'  ' ���--.   ���       - '.    -i      ,      .     ���-   ��� ������      ��� i��� ��  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  rpURNER, BEETON & CO.���Cgrner.-.Vornon  ���*��� and- Josephine .-streets, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, cigars and dry gooes. 'Agents  for Pabsb Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-Baker  street, Nolson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers la caps and fuse, ana electric  blasting apparatus.. . ���.... .-. . .-.'  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  LIMITED^-Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, manufacturers of and wholesale dealers  in sash and doors; all kinds ot factory work made  to order.   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY,,-.- LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall.streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers lu wines (case and balk,  and ~om_���-._���1 toported_o)gars.  IS -���ri-X  THE TEIBUNB: NELSON B. C  SATtTKDAY; OCTOBER 2? WOO  BAIliOF lONTfiEAH  CAPITAL. aU paid up....$12.O0O:O00.0O  KBST    7.000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon: George A. Drurumond.-..;.... Vice-President  Rfrt' Clouston  .'.General Manager  NELSON BRANCH   "  Corner .Baker and Kootenay Streets.  j.; A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In London (England) New York,  Chicago, and all the principal cities in Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Exchange and Cable  Ti'-msfors.  (<runt Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available lu any part of tho world.  Diufts Issued, Collections Made, Etc.  Savings Bank Branch  CURRKNT RATK OV INTERK8T 1>AID.  CllJESS AS TO FUTURE RAILWAYS.  Vancouver World.  We have the best reason for be-  1 t-ving that there is a perfect nn-  tl-rstanding between president Hill,  ( f the Great Northern, and Alacken-  y.i.s & Mann, who claim that the  control of the charter of tho Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern railway  i -i vested in them, as to the build-  ing of the projected line in lower  l'Yaser valley. .Mr. Hill's system in  t,li<- interior enters Nelson and  Kaslo and thereby taps the trade  of Kootenay lake, the . Lardeau  country and Whitewater valley to  S.indon. By the Red Mountain  railway the Great Northern competes at Rossland with the Canadian Pacific, as it does also at Nelson, Sandon and at New Westminster. Mr. Hill is most anxious to  secure control of the Victoria traffic  to and from the interior points wo  have named. He likewise desiies  an outlet in British Columbia for  Eastern Canada, British and European freight and. passengers, as  well as procuring a share of east-  bound traffic. The only plan by  which this can be accomplished is  by utilizing the charter of the Vancouver, Victoria & Eastern railway,  or such portion thereof as will  serve his purposes. It is quite  within the probabilities that the  Eraser valley division of the Great  Northern will include the construction of a line to Chilliwack,  and thereby secure control of an  exceedingly, rich traffic-producing  country on the south side of. the  Eraser, from the coast to the Garden Valley City, traversing the  municipalities,. 'of Delta, Surrey,  Langley,- Matsqui, Sunios, -and  Chiiliwack, in all of which the .settlers at certain seasons ~of the'Vear *  are badly handicapped for want of.  railway -or, other .transportation,  facilities..- *  The building of such a line as is  now contemplated, as the World  has-in by-gone years repeatedly  pointed out, would afford a very deserving class of settlers relief in  this respect. Not only this, but instead of the country being sparsely  settled, as it now is, and there be-  i ng thousands of acres of very desirable laud still in its virgin condition���but in many instances heavily timbered1���new settlers would  tfo in, and .those now there would  Lake f resh courage -and - make sub-,  stantial improvements upon their  holdings, knowing that in doing so,  the producing capabilities thereof  would be largely increased and accessible markets found therefor the  year round, conditions which do not  now exist. Of course the main object  the people of Victoria have in view  in this matter is to have transcon-  -tinentaltrains-arrive-in-and-depart-  i'rom their city; to draw the trade  of the south side of the Praser  river in the lower valley to their  city, as well as secure a more direct  connection With the great interior  than they have at present. The  cost for all this will not deter the  lieople of Victoria from taking the  plunge they arc about to do. It is  1 /with them, at the present juncture,  any port in a storm, so eager are  they for the entrance1 of another  railway line into their city.  But there is more than the building of the line, and the ferryp con-  1 nection we are referring to, in the  scheme. It is no secret that the  Esquimalt & Nanaimo Railway  Company would not object to dispose of their interests in that cbri-  cernj provided the consideration for  so doing was satisfactory. The  belief is that this, once: accomplished���and it is on the tapis, to  do so���the Island railway would be  extended to the upper end of- Vancouver Island, to a point at or near  Cape Scott,'from which a superb,  fast,' up-to-date line of : steamers  would ply to and from Skagway  and other northern-ports. The federal as well as the ^'provincial'''' gov-;  ernniehts will be asked for heavy  bonuses, in aid of the undertaking.  Our esteemed . contemporary, the  Victoria Colonist, has of late been  urging the adoption of a "progres-  ive policy" upon the government.  Now,that the cat is out of the bag,  ��� ili- is easily1 imderstqod why, the  warning notes were sounded[so far  in advance. As we havefrequently  urged, the Island Of^Vancouver is a  valuable one to the province.. Its  capabilities are very great,; and - in  ordefto make the most of "its "vast  - THE BMK:01  MlTiSH   CdLOTBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  'Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S.,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD  OFFICE. TOUONTO.  Capital Authorized $2,500,000  Capital Paid up $2,458,603  Rest  $1,700,000  I). II. Wilkie, Uenoral Manager.  K. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burnt' Block, 221 Baker Street  J. M. LAY, Manager.  natural endowments a railway  should, and doubtless will, traverse  it from north to south. The accomplishment of this would reduce  the time consumed in reaching  either Skagway in the north, Vancouver, Victoria and other points  in the south, by many hours, and  assuredly would speedily become an  exceedingly popular route.  AN   ELECTRIC  GOVERNOR.   ,  Edward Thunderbolt, a native of  Melbourne, Australia, is in England,  having perfected a patent electric  governor. Soon after his arrival  lie was fortunate in having his gov-'  ernor brought under the notice of  lord Kelvin, who took such great  interest in it that Messrs. James  White, who are so well known as  the manufacturers of all lord Kelvin's inventions, took it up, and are  at present having most extensive-  trials made with it at their pre--  mises by Mr. Thunderbolt. -  ���  There are two types of electric  governors that Mr. Thunderbolt  has designed, and they both act  perfectly in controlling any desired  uniform speed for any kind of stationary or electric engines or turbines notwithstanding the most  violent variations of load, and they  further have the power of entirely  stopping the motors should any  accident occur.  The first type, which is actuated  by the electric power of the circuit-  is arranged to act directly on the  throttle of the engine or turbine',  and is suitable for engines up to 15  or 20 horse power. In the second  type of governor a small air pump  is required,-which exerts a pressure  on a piston whicli is so arranged as to control the throttle or valve gear, the air pressure  being regulated in a most ingenious  manner by mechanism controlled  by the -electric circuit. This type  of governor is suitable for engines  up to any size. "One of these gov-'  ernors has been running for some  time on the electric light engines at  the general postoffice, Melbourne,  and ono has also been recently fitted'  with very marked success on'the  large engines driving the electrical  machinery'for generating the power  for the Liverpool Overhead Railway. .  The governor possesses very  marked advantages over any other  electrical governor, both from the  point of efficiency and also as regards simplicity, and ease of work.  It possesses two very sensitive elements acting in unison���namely,  electricity and- compressed air.  They.act simultaneously and automatically, when the load is increased  Trr_decrertsedrby~turning~on���or_olf_  exactly the desired amount of  steam or water required for working the engine or turbine at the  correct speed, thus affecting a very  great Baving in wearand .tear, more  particularly-as regards lamps' s and  fuel.-. ��� :  Dawson is Booming.  A writer from Dawson under date  of October 4th thus summarizes  the late news of the Klondike camp:  The first sale of government fractions and claims closed yesterday.  Pricesi were good, $20,000 being realized/ Announcement was made  at the close of the sale that all the  ground would be thrown., open for  relocation in November, which was  greeted with cheers and clapping  by the large crowd present. Many  miners were unable to be present  .on account of .the quarantine at the  Forks of Bonanza and Eldorado.  Eldorado is 20 miles from. Dawson,  Smallpox is epidemic there; also  twelve cases on Isolation island,  two miles below Dawson. An isolation hospital, is in course of.construction. No personal alarm is  felt by the citizens of" Dawson, and  there is some uneasiness lest Dawson be quarantined by the outside  world. Half a million of golddust  was, shipped up the river on the  Yukoner on October 2nd. A total  of twenty-five millions has been  shipped out by both routes up' to  date whicli closes the record of the  output for this season. Alex.  King, who murdered Davenport in  July, was executed here yesterday.  Business is very brisk. Dawson is  booming in real estate and building, and has had a large influx of  people during the last two months.  Goods tliat. Sell  Must  foe   IJp-to-Date  SUPERIOR   IN   QUALITY,   AND   REASONABLE   IN   PRICE.  HAVE THE GOODS AND WILL  GUARANTEE THEM FOR QUALITY, STYLE AND PRICE.  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 and  Enameled.  FERN POTS and. JARDINIERES, in  Clay, Brass, Bisque, etc.        ���'  THE NOVELTIES YOU FIND AT MY  STORE CANNOT BE PROCURED  ELSEWHERE.  cur'Jfl. SCALE  SIZE  18^2  /. 1^4 ,  DOVER, The  -ET"I-Ll31iSOi<T,    iB-'.O.  ONYX   TABLES   and   JARDINIERE  Stands.  CUT GLASS, in White and Colors.  TEA SETS, in Sterling and Plate.    ;  TOAST RACKS j Water Pitchers, Carving Sets, etc. '     :  CLOCKS; a  Most   Complete: Assortment. ,  ,.DIAMONDS,. Loose and Set, 25 per  cent Saved on their Cost.  ��� ?     a.  Jeweler  -*?,  r * -a  ^   -=t<I"l  . .'fttfl  Surpassing  Display in  r  Fall Suiting's  All the fashionable creations  in Fall and Winter wear are  included in my last consignment of Scotch and Irish  Serges, Tweeds and Worsteds,, and Fancy Trouserings  E. Skinner  Neelands' Building, Baker Street). !  FRED J. SQUIRE, Manager. "  ARTHUR   GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR.       ',  OPPOSITE   THE   QUEEN'S   nOTET,.     '  Large stock of high-class imported goods. A  specialty of tho Hijuaro shoulder���the latest  faehiou in coats. - -  Special Sale  For   balance of week.     Millinery and- Millinery Novelties,  Corsets, Gloves, Lace   Veiling  and.'Children's Headwear.  Trimmings free of charge.  MBS.  MCLAUGHLIN,  Josephine   St.  MRS.  ENFIELD'S  . . . for* fine .. .  Millinery   HALL-BLOCK.-NELSON -  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  NOTICE.  Not'co Is hereby kIven that under tho provisions of By-law No. 80, "Pouud and Dog Tax Bylaw," It is unlawful for "any person to sillier aoy  horse,'imule; bull-ox, cow.-sheeiv-Koat. pig, or  other cattle.or poultry to run at large within tho  limits'of the City of Nelson.* -*' '  Every owner of a dog.in tho City, of Nolson is  required to pay annually a.Lai of two dollars for  eachidog owned by him.    .��� ��<-��� ���-.. ��� .-...��� .;.-=��������>��� 4.,  Nopcrson shall suffer or permit his dog to run  at large in the City of Nelson" .for which such  person has not paid tho tax required of him, and  unless such dog shall have around his neck a  col lai or strap to which shall be attached a  metallic plate to be supplied byr the city on payment of tlie said tax; tho said motallic plate liav-  ing'raiaed or stamped thoreon the letters C. T. P.  (city tax paid.)      ,'.,.���...-,...       -  Warning is hereby given thatany person guilty  of an infraction or violation of any of the provisions of the above named By-law. is in addition  'to the fees and charges "set forth therein; liable  \ipon summary.conyictioiVito'a-.ponalty of One  Hundred Dollars" and the costs of prosecution,  and in'd'efault of payment to imprisonment for a.  term not exceeding two-months.- By order,  '     3.K. STKACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C. October 23rd, IflOO.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSON  MUNICIPAL VOTER'S LIST.  /V FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Roughfand  Dressed; Lumber.  of all kinds.  II" WHAT TOC 'WANT'ft NOT IN STOCK  WR WILL MAKE-IT FOH YOV  CALL AND GET PRICES.  J. A* Say ward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  "' (LIMITED)  CORNER OF .  HKNDRVX AND VJ5RNON STREETS'  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lunjbor Always in  Stocl\.  We earry n complete stock of  jOoaat.Plooring,_Ceiling,_Iuside_Pin^  ish, Turned Work, Sash and. Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd.  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO 6.  Buy TheirLumber  AT  C. 0. Buchanan's   '  A large etoolc of Hrat-olass dry material on  band, also a full line of sash, doors, mouldings,  turned work, eto.  Factory Work a Specialty  Yaxdi   Foob of Hondryx street, Nelson  Te'ephone.-81    Jo|]n   Ra6|  AgGflt  NELSON LOTS FOR SALE.  Notice la hereby givtn tb^ak Section fi of the  jMun'cipal Elections Act. provldo^ tliat'bnly the  naiiieH of those persons who have paid on or be-,  fore the FIRST DAY OK NOVRMBIOR, ALh  MUNICIPAL .-RATES, TAXES,' ASSESS-  HUNTS AND LICENSE FEES (If any) payuble  by them, shall be entitled to have their names  placed on tho voters' list of the Municipality.  And notice is hereby also given that the names  of all persons who have not paid by the first day  of November next all' rates, taxes, assessments  and license fees (if any) payable by-them, will be  omitted from said voters' lisr..   By order,  J. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C. October 23rd, 1900.  "   TOWN LOTS  FOR SALE  Two good business lota in the town of Phoenix,  50 feet frontage. Original cost $1,000. Will sell  for the same figure on the following terms: One-  third cash: balance In six and twelve'months.  Address, F. B,H.,poet office box 198, Nelson, B.C.  Oood building lots for sale. Corner and one  adjoining, fflxISO; ��32;i. Two ingido lots fiOxia),  ?250. All on Mill street. 'Title clear. Apply to  Straehan Brothers, opposite tlie post; olllce.  COSTELLO'S EXPRESS  AND TRANSFER  Baggage ami express moved tn any part of the  ty. ripeclal attention given to heavy teaming.  Olllce corner 'Victoria and Ward streeta.  Tele-  clt  phone  itUoe corner 'Victoria and Ward streeta.  Tel  mo 1!H. W. A. OOSTKLLO. Mauatcer.  MUSIC.  Mri. D. B. Murray, graduate in vocal and instrumental music, is now prepared to rccoieo  pupils for Instruction in voice culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A. Macdonald building, corner Jouephlio and  Vernon street.'  Ward Bros.  REAL ESTATE AND  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  CAtyBLE & O'REILLY  \,   Baker Street  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  AGENTS  FOR RENT  C roomed house and bath, together with kitchen  range, complete with hot aud cold water. Observatory street, magnificent view; rent, including water rate, $25 per month.  fl-roomed house, corner Cedar and Carbonate  streets; $20 por month. 1  /i-roomed house, Hume Addition ; ?l.'i per month.  4-roomcd cottage, Gore street S12.50 per month.  '.) roomed house, corner of Mill and"*rTall streets;  8.'i0 per month, from Ist^ovemDer,-'  Rents collected.   Loans made.  Agents for British-Columbia Permanent: Loan  & Savings Company.  D. J. Dewar, J. P.  Notary Public���Conveyancer.  FOR SALE  CotUge on Mires road. 7 rooms, full plumbing,  beautiful location, $1050, 8500 cash.  7-room house-on Carbonal e street, two stories,  double stairway, $2,000. easy terms.  2 nice building loK lAtimor"street1, 100x120, SGOO.  House in Hume addition, 82.100: $200 cash, 8'25.0u  __ permonth pays the balance, interest and principal. This bouse has full plumbing, stone  foundation, and lot 45x130,  Nice house and lot near Ward street, on the  south side of Silica, 32,250; rents for $30, and  only a block from the post ofllce. ,  TO' REFT.  1-ronm cottaRe in rear of my house on Victor ia  street, 812   This cottage is comfortable and  most convenient to town.-  7-room house on Mines road, ?2.">. . . ���  Ofllce In  Madden Block  D. J. DEWAR  FOR   SALE   ���GN-EASY���TERMS   Tin: rnni'niiTv  :   .       v.   KNOWN .AS - -       ........      .,  The Florence Park Hotel  or Roberts'..Ranch';-;.  H3 acres more or loss. A first-class going business, with '.Vi acres of first-class land under cultivation, 580 fruit trees, a largo proportion bearing  fruit; 1000 small fruits���raspberries, blackberries  and currants. . :  One mile cast of the (eruiinous of the electric  I nun way. ,'!T........ ......  For particulars apply to       ���   ���  HUGH R. CAMERON  Insurance Agent  BAKER STREET  NELSON  MINING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Richelieu, 1000  FOR SAM". '......  Large hotel, fiirntshed,complete- throughout,  In a good live town ; reasonable terms.   '  A complete Bet of. tinner's tools.  CAUiON  H. A. ProsSer  imOKJEltf-WAIU) STRKKT  FOR SALE-OHEAP  Six lots corner Observatory and  Hall streets,  drained and cleared for building.  Charles St. Barbe, Agent  moneYtoToan  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply a. U laHNNOX, Soltaitw, Nelson JJ. O  I1^Leading Scotch Whisky  R.P.RITHET&CO.,Ltd.  VICTORIA.  Agents for British Columbia.  A. B. GRAY, Box 521, Nelson  Kootenay Representative; '  fxxuTxuxxxxxxxxxrxxxxizxxxzxxiixxxxxxxxxxxjxixnixf  JUST   ARRIVED  j. A Car Load of -  j Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  txxxnnxnrcxittjxixHjrixxxtxuxinxsxxxxixiixixxxjx/J  R. REISTERER & CO.  nitKWKna and BOTTuma or  FINE LAGER:BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Pa^very&,tSgB3l^a'     Brewary ��t Melton  .A..   TJJ3SFS17J1IA.T3.  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paporhnngors.  Full line of wall paper, mouldings, oto,   Kalso-  mining and Tinting.   Strlotly flrat-claas work.  Estimates furnished. o  Residence MU1 Street,   MtTT QfiN    R   C  Opposite School House   JWBil-iOU��, B, \j.  "H. D. ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a  Oint-olnaa wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and onstom work from outside points.  Shoot   Hftll St.. botjwwn  Baker unil VBmon.  ^  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NKLSON LODOK. NO. 23, A. K. tc A. M.  Meets second Wednesday In oach moutb.  Sojourning brethren Invited.  KNIGHTS OT PYTHIAS- Neldon Lodge, No,  2fi, Knlgbts of Pythias, moots In I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets, ever;  Tuosday evening at 8 o'olook. Vlsitlnir Knights  cordially Invited to attend. F. J. Rradloy.U. C;  J. A. Paquette, K. of H. & S.  N1  'ELSON la. O. L., No. 1G03, meets In I. O. O. F.  Hall, cornor Uaker and; Kootenay streeta,  1st and 3rd Friday ot eacli month. Visiting  brethom cordially Invited. It. Robinson, W. M.  W. Crawford, Recording-Secretary.  NKLSON ^-ffiRIB/Numbor 22, FraUrnal Order  of Kagloa, meets every second and fourth  Wednesday lneaoh montla in Fraternity Hall,  Vlaltdng brethren weloome. W. Qosnell, Preol  ilent,  Chariaa Proaser, 8eor��t��ry.  E P. Whalley, J. P.v{  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office with C. W. West & Co., corner Hall and   >  Baker streets.  City office of the Nolson Sodawater Factory.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR "7\  Corner Vlotoria and Kootenay BtreetB.       -������ ���  P. O. Box Sfin. TELEPHONE NO, 06 '  DR.  ALEXANDER  FORIN;  OFFICE AND RESIDENCE .   -      _ t,'  Silica   street,' between Ward 'arid ^  Josephine streets.'"-'1   -^^    \\  ���-' si  .-N"i"3,l  '~'K|  * -#-1  "--7/1  ''"iJl  Telephone 120.  ARCHITECTS.  Rooms 7 -.  7��  ���piWART & ^CARRIE-Archltects. , . ^. . , . - ���.  J-'  and 8 Aberdeen block. Baker street. Nelson.y -\- * "^ ���  TRADES   UNIONS.  .���VTELSON MINERS' UNION NO. 96. W. F. o ' - i  ���*���' M.���Meets In miners' union rooms, north- " i?'i |  oaBt corner Victoria and Kootenay Btreets, every '" ^^  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting mem , ���'  bers welcome. M. R. Mowatt, President. .Tame  Wilkes, Secrotary. Union Scale of W'aobs . '.'  kok Nelson DisTRrcr���Per shift, machine t ���  men, ?3.50: hammersmen miners, 93.25; muckers, '"' '*���  carmen, shovelcrs and other underground labor- '��� r >*^  ers, i}3.00. ��� -        *  '    -    -      ���    fi  rnRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The regu-  -���- ; lar meetings ol tho Nelson Trades and Labor  Council will be hold in the miners' union hall,  corner of Victoria and Kootenay streets, on the  first: and third - Thursday of each month,*' ab  7.30p.m. G.J.Thorpe.President. J.H.Mathe-  son, Secretary. .*  THE regular meetings of tho Carpenters' Union  ; are held on  Wednesday evening of each'  week, at 7 o'clock, in the Miners' Union hall cor-'  nor Victoria and Kootenay streeta.   R. Robin-'  son, President "������' James Colling, Secretary.  BARBERS' UNION.���Nelson Union, No. 19C, of  ....��� the International Journeymen Barber's Union of America,' meets every lirst 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. Matheaon, President, W.S. Bel-  ville, Secretary.      '  BRICKLAYERS AND MASONS'  UNION.  The Bricklayers and Masons' International  Union No. 3 of Nelson meets second and fourth  Tuesdays in each month at,Miners  Union hall.  J���W���ttaJherrpresRIeiiLrJoseplirCiarkfrecording-  and corresponding secretary.  ���til  ���il  Ml  LABORERS'.UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro  tectlvo Union, No. 8121, A. F. of L., meets in  Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner of Baker and Kootenay streets, every Monday evening  at7:30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of the American Federation cordially invited to attend.' A. W.  McFeo, President Peroy Shackelton, Secretary.  NELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular  . meeting ot the Painters' Union is held  the first and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. J. 11. Millward,  President; Will J. Hatch. Secrotary.  PLASTERERS' UNnON-The 0. P. I. A. No,  172. meets every Monday evening in the  Elliot block, corner Baker and Stanley streets, at  8 o'clock. J. D. Mover, president: Donald Mo  Tjavin. o��nrnt*rv"  SHERIFF'S SALE.  Province ot British Columbia, Nelson, In Wes  Kootenay, to wit:  By virtue of a writ of flerl-facias. Issued out of  tho Supreme Court of Brltitlr Columbia, at tho  suit of. the. Bank of Montreal, plaintiffs, and to  mo directed, against tho goods and chat  tels of the Two Friends Mine, Limited  Liability, defendants, I have seized and  taken in execution all the right, title and interest)  of the said defendants,'Two Friends Mine Limited Liability, in the mineral. claim .;known as  and called "Two Friends,"situated on the divide  between Lemon and Springer creeks, on tho east:  slope of Lemon creek, located on the 31st day of  J uly, A :V: 3895, and recorded In the office of the  mining recorder for the. Slocan .City-Mining Division of the AVost Kootenay District/on the 10th  day of August, A. I). 1S95; and also all the right  title and interest of the said defendants. Two  Friends Mine. Limited Liability, in sixty (001 ton*  of ore, more or less, mined from the mineral  claim "Two Friends," and-now upon the property : To recover the sum of two thousand and  eighty-nine dollars and eighty-five cents (S2.0S9-  .85) togpther with Interest on two thousand and  eighty-six dollars and thirty-live cents ($2080 3i>  nl six per centum per uiinuin, from the 26th day  of September, 1900, until payment, besides Bhei-  irTs poundage, officer's fees, and all other legal  incidental expenses: All of which I shall expose  for sale, or sufficient thereof to'satlsfy said judgment, debt, and costs, at the front of my office  next to tbecoiirt house, in the city of Nelson, B.  C., on Friday the 20tli day of October, A. D., 1000'  at the hour of eleven'o'clock In the foronooD.  Notk.���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to interest and title ot.'the ^sald. defendants. ...  .������.-..���'.  Dated at. Slocan City the I2th day of October,  1900.���  S. P. TUCK, Sheriff of South Kootenay  Tho above sale ia postponed until Monday, tho  26th day of November, 1900, at the same placa  and hour. S. P. TUCK,     .  Sheriff ol South Kootenay.  vMW00j^mHtSi THE TRIBUNE: NELSON, B. C, SATCBDAY OCTOBER 27 1900  Queen Victoria Ohooolgrte.3  the best oist��tb:e mabket  SOLID   O-ETL-X-   B-ST  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  SO   CENT   "BO"5C"Es3  CORNER BAKER AND JOSEPHINE STREETS.  EVERYTHING W|UST CO  Tremendous Sacrifice Prices of tr\e FURNITURE and CARPETS purchased by  The OLD CURIOSITY SHOP  FROM Till? 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         46c  Tapestry Carpets, per yard     65c  Body Brussels, per yard $1.00  Velvet Carpet, per yard $1.10  The abo%Te prices for Carpets include sewing, laying and papering.  Kitchen Chairs     50c  Dining-room Chairs 75c, $1.00, $1.25  Rocking Chairs $1.75 to $2.50  Resides the above the stock includes everything in the furniture  and carpet line. Goods on display in the Applewhaite building, corner  Baker and Kootenay streets.  Special Sales Daily until Stock is Run Off  Ho!-For Fall Clothing-Ho!  See our celebrated Fit Reform Clothing, also our magnificent lines of fancy vests. The very latest in style  and   pattern.   Our  stock   is  complete   in  all   lines.  The Nelson  Clothing House  217 AND 219 BAKKR STREET. NELSON.  STOVES!       STOVES!  We are sole.agents for the celebrated  COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS  Will burn anything.   Results unequalled  in any line of heaters.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  TO  Contractors and  Builders  W Having disposed of our business to Mr. Ernest Mansfield, we W?  i$l bespeak for him a continuance of that liberal share of patronage ��  (fa which has been extended us during our career in Nelson. We can (^  jjrft only say that those traits which have built up for us and maintained jrn  2k our reputation for reliable dealings will be continued throughout zk  w 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  /$��� may honor him with their patronage. I$l  -($\ Thankingyou-forpast-favors, = = %B-  jj5 The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., ltd.      ��  flg T.  G. PROCTER, $  jri\ Late Managing Director        jm  /"m Nelson, B. C, 5th October, 1900. nri\  ^ To the Public...  M  m  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick & /jm  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance j���  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My jv.  aim will be at all times to supply you with our products at lowest W  possible prices. Being in a position to mfinufacture goods in larger ^  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a ^  lower figure. M  It is our intention to install machinery to manufacture our j5$l  marble products, and next season we shall be in a position to supply ��m  these products at reasonable rates. jjL  We shall also keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay, '(fa  Tiles and Cement. flXl  Our Bricks and Lime Rock have taken the First Prizes at the 0TO.  Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year.   We also jpf,  secured prizes last year arid this year, for Ornamental and Building 'a  Stone.  We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and ^L  Builders. W1  ; ERNEST MANSFIELD, ^  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company. ($&  .''.'���' ������..���" Successors to          J/(/U  The West Kootenay Brick <����� Lime Co., Ltd. (^  Nelson, B. C, 5th October, 1900. '"'*      M  m  &*   $$  -&'C=>-1  Koatenay Electric Supply & Construction Co., Ltd.  Electric Fixtures Electric Fans  Medical Batteries  Nelson, B. C,  coAnkkb��sotk and JOSEPH WF. STRKEyi-S.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  A. K. HurroAV, 1\ la. S., has leased  T. LI. Proctor's hoiisoboat For a  month.  Kov. William Munroe will discuss the relations of "Gain tai and  labor" at the opera house tomorrow  night.  The heating apparatus For tlie  Congregational church has been received and is now being installed  iu the building.  Ernest Mansfield purchased yesterday four lots adjoining his brickyards from C. Jiskcowicz. Tlie  consideration was $1115.  The chess and checker club is conducting two games by mail with J.  R. Hunnex and others of Erie. cThe  contest has now reached the seventh  move.  The infant child of Mr. and Mrs.  E. N. Murphy of Kuskonook died  yesterday morning. The funeral  will take place today, and will be  private.  On account of the death of the  infant child of Mrs. Murphy, sister  of Mrs. Hume, the children's party  arranged for this afternoon lias  been postponed.  Manager Anuable has decided to  change the time for raising the curtain at the opera house from 8.30 to  8, so that all performances in the  Nelson opera house will commence  at 8 instead of 8.30 during the fall  and winter months.  W. It. McLean, manager of Thorpe  & Co.'s establishment, was out yesterday after being confined to the  house for several'days through an  accident. Fumes generated in a  tank which had contained sulphuric  acid,.and the tank burst, burning  Mr. McLean painfully about the  face. '  The -trapshooting season closed  yesterday when the gun club held  its.final shoot. Two matches in  the button series wero fired with-  the result that Dr. Hall won the  gold button 'with a total of four  wins out/of seven matches, Alex  Carrie the silver button with three  wins,, while George Steele and E.  T. -H. Pollok tied for the bronze  button with two wins each.  ' Cane & McDonald took levels  yesterday of the Victoria street  lots on which the militia department is to erect an armory for -the  Rifle. Company. The figures are to  to forwarded to lieutenant-Colonel  Benson, D. O. C, at Victoria. No  intimation has been given as to  when the building will be started  but it is generally believed that nothing may be expected until after  the first of the year.  At the .assizes yesterday the case  for the plaintiff in Waterlarid vs.  City of Greenwood was heard; and  evidence for the defence will be submitted today. The action is to re-  "cover"damages"foi-"in;jury-to"-plain���  tiff's hotel property through defendants having diverted the course  of a creek. Expert evidence was  submitted, among those testifying  on this line being A. P. Proctor,  engineer of the Balfour extension.  When court opened Mr. Justice  Walkem gave -judgment for defendant in the suit of McKay vs. Phillips.  -  NELSON'S WHOLESALE TRADE  Business Continues Good.  The report from Nelson's wholesalers for the week closing today is  encouraging. Business holds steady  with a gradual improvement, which  will probably continue to grow until the heavy Christmas trade is in  full swing.  Yesterday's shipments were:  H. J. Evans & Co., commission  merchants.���Ymir, Slocan City,  Sandon, Robson, Grand Forks, Silverton and New Denver.  W. F. Teetzel & Co., assayers'  supplies.���Erie, Cranbrook, Slocan  Ymir and Sahuo.  Turner, Beeton & Co., liquors and  dry goods.���Crawford Bay, Salrao,  Deer Park, Robson, Trout Lake,  Ymir, Sandon, New Denver and Silverton.  Kootenay Supply Co., wholesale  grocers.���Kaslo, Moyie, New Denver, Silverton, Sandon, Slocan,  Whitewater and Lake Points.  Thorpe    &   Co.,    mineral     and  aerated  waters.���-Ymir  and  Rossland.  Johu Cholditch & Co., wholesale  grocers.���New Denver, Slocan City,  Sandon, Lardo and Trail.  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills, Lim-  iteTaTsashand doors.���Ymir, New-  Denver and Slocan City.  A. Macdonald <fc Co., wholesale  grocers.���^Columbia, Ymir, Erie,  Fire Valley, Cascade, Ainsworth,  Slocan Junction, Moyelle, Creston,  Moyie, Rossland, Crawford Bay  and Kaslo.!  California Wine Company, Limited, wines and cigars.���Sandon^  Silverton, Kaslo, New Denver,  Ymir, Greenwood, Grand Forks,  Columbia, Phoenix, Midway, Cranbrook, Slocan City, Moyie, Coma-  plix and Fort Steele.  J. Y. Griffin ��fc Co., provisions &  produce.���Slocan City, Rossland,  Whitewater, Trail, Robson, Ymir,  New Denver, Kaslo, Erie, Sal mo  and Golden.  Brackman & Ker Milling Company, Limited, Hour and feed.���  Hall Siding, Kaslo, Pilot Bay,  Creston, Crawford" Bay," Erie,  Phoenix, Procter, Porto Rico and  Slocan Junction.  Starkey & Co., commission merchants.���Kaslo, New Denvei, Rossland, Revelstoke, Lemon Creek,  Trail,. Silverton, Greenwood, Sandon and Whitewater.  HAVE THEIR FIRST MEETING  And Grant One License.  The new board of license commissioners of Nelson district met  for the first time yesterday. The  members present were: AV. F.Teetzel, J. A. Gilker and J. H. Matheson.  Two applications were considered.  One of E. J. Curran for a license at  "Bogustown," which was not  granted because of an informality  in the application. The application was opposed by tlie tramway  company because it is said the company wants . "to go into the retail  liquor bnsiiiess atv the same place.  The law as it stands allows the  board to consider applications  based oh plans of a building to be  erected for hotel purposes as well  as for a building erected. Mr.  Curran merely filed plans of his  proposed hotel. Had the application been granted no license would  have been issued until the building  was "completed. The other application was. for a hotel at Crawford  Bay, and was,made by Alexander  McGregor.   It ,was granted.  Mining Records'.  The mining records for yester-  are: Certificates of improvements���  To the Juno Gold Mining, Company  on the June, Kirwall and King of  Forest claims.  Locations���.The Khaki on. Morning mountain,jby J. W. Walbey,  the Happy Man on the west branch  of Rover creek,by. J.- IF.. McMauus,  the Blaektair2 miles southeast of  the mouth of Slocan'river by Fred  Jacobs, the Constance on the west  slope of Eagle .mountain by . J. AV.  Mulholland and R. G. McLeod, tlie  Caledonia 10 miles west of Nelson  and 2i miles.q;north.. of Kootenay  river by Wiiiiam^Moore, the Ashland same location by J. C. Hooker.  Certificates of work���To the Susquehanna Gold Mines Ltd. on the  Capitol No. 2, Capitol, Susquehanna  and Susquehanna No. 2.  In England during the past few  years, it is claimed, 140,320 farm  laborers have been displaced by  machinery, while the making of the  latter, it is asserted, required only  the labor of 4600 men for one year.  PERSONAL."  Tom Duncan, secretary   of   the  street car company, is taking a trip to Montana.  He will be gone several weeks.  T. G. Procter is now residing in  his recently ourolmsod residence on Lake street  east, formerly owned by \V. A. Gallilier.  General superintendent R. Mar-'"  pole and lriautor lhiRohnnlc F.-K. llobbs of tho C.  I', it. nru registered at tho Hotel l'liair.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  Cellar to Rent���Apply Merchants  Hank of Halifax.,  Hack  calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vornon street. Telephone  call 35.  For Reiit���Store in Tremont  Hotel block. l Apply to "Malone & TreglUus,  Tremont hotel.  For Sale ��� Thoroughbred white  leghorns, cheap ; also other fowls. Apply at once,  liox ��74 P.O. ���    Wanted���:Girl for general housework. Apply Mra'.'H. J. Evans, corner of Carbonate and Hall streets. -.    . .  Large-'well furnished   rooms to  lot Apply tfooma/l and 5 Macdonald building,  corner Josepnineand Vernon Btrects.  To Let���-Furnished room at reas-  able figure; private board next door. Fourth  house above city hall, Victoria.street. ,  For   Sale���A    well    established  boarding house business. Apply after 5:30 p. m.  Carbonate street, two doors east of Josephine.  For Rent4-Unfurnished six-room  cottage. Water, electric light and sewerage.  Apply lo Mrs. Croasdailo, Observatory street.  For Rent���Well Furnished rooms,  bath, electric lights, hot air. Mrs. Ogilvie, north  side Carbonate street botween Josephino and  Ward.  Position wanted ��� By a bookkeeper, double entry or single; 20 years' experience, single, aged 3i. Highest references. Address F. A. P.,Tribune.  To Let���From and after Nov. 1st,  W  -JSTELSOlSr  KASLO  s^.-N*r>o"a*Nr  STOVES!   STOVES!    STOVES  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES*  Sole Agents for tine Original Cole's Hot Blast Coal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  l Store, Corner Haker and Josephine Streo  TKLEPHONK27-  Do Not Own the Country.  Toronto  Telegram. '"����  Tory Toronto is a phrase which  implies that a great city can be the  property of any faction which may  capture a certain party name. A  Grit Toronto- would mean exactly  the same craven subordination of  patriotism to party. Canadian Toronto is the right phrase, and when  the people learn that the parties  exist" for them and not they for the  parties, Toronto "may imitate the  English cities which go Liberal by  4000 at one election and Unionist by  3000 at the next chance.  Nelson Opera House  ONE   NIGHT   ONLY  Monday, October 29th.  FITZ  & WEBSTER'S  J Unrivaled Company  of Comedians in that  Musical Comedy  Surprise  A Breezy Time  Entirely  Rewritten and  Turned  Up-to-Date.  Introducing Our  Distinct  Novelties  Everything New, Nouol at|d Original  Enjoy two hours and a half of Clear) Fun  PRICES,   50c,   75c   and . $1.00  Notice  to  Liberals!  A meeting will be held this  (Saturday) evening in W. A. Gal-  liher's Committee Rooms, at 8  o'clock, to which all supporters  of the Liberal candidate are cordially invited.  H. W. R. MOORE,  Campaign Secretary.  Who Could Sleep?  H'd a pleasure to sleep when you liave enc  -of~onr-alarm_clocks'to"gct~j'Oiru]i~at"tho'rightr  time.   11 docs it, that's what it is built for.  We have the regular standard alarms��� S1.S0  up���or the new intermittent, "Must Get Up,"  tattoo alarms�����2.73 up���in various sizes and  ciiscs, all warranted.  PatenaudeBros.  WATCHMAKERS.  NELSON TENT AND  AWNING  FACTORY  The best equipped establishment in British Columbia for turning out  all.kinds of canvas goods.  cottage at I lie corner of Falls and Hoover  Four rooms and lean-to.   Apply Jil. P.  Wlmlley,  foos 548, Nelson, B. C.  Sts.  Hey, I  THEO MiADSO/J, Proprietor.  Baker Street, Nelson.  ___________ __  CHAIUiKS PARKER-MlnlDg and mtlllrg en-   arlnoer,   Tiuuer-UoeolUiSleek, Hikerutieat,  NfiWon,  iT  to Something New  to  to  to  to   MORRELL'S  to  to  CELEBRATED  w   HAMSand BACON  MORRELL'S  CELE8RATED  %  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  HAMS and BACON   "  to  to  to  y^ Direct from Iowa's world lamed Corn Belt.  to    Iowa's Pride Ham, 22c Iowa's Pride Bacon. 25c    ib  to  to  to  to  5[ KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  V{j   Telephone 10  to   'j  -^_-��-_  ���ilaft-S-St'4t-8t'4& <ag.ag.aaW.  185 Baker Street   $  NUTS  The new crop has arrived in time for  Hallowe'en  ALMONDS,' WALNUTS, HICKORY NUTS AND  FILBERTS  Wm. Hunter & Co,  NELSON      ^~~-  SAW & PLANING MILLS  Limited.  We are prepared to Furnish  by Rail, Barge or Teams  DIMENSION L UMBER  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, BANDS A WING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STOREFRONTS  ��� -~DOORS-WINDOWS-and-GLASS:���   Get Our Prices before  purchasing elsewhere.   A  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   jj  a member of classes now being formed by  MRS. W. D. CRANSTON  Lafe graduate of the Ontario School of Decorative Jlrt  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 ��' Armstrong's Asiatic Dyed  in the world/and Brainerd $' Armstrong's Stamped Lin  used, exclusively in this series of lessons.  A. FERLAND & CO.  BAKEE STREET.  Silks, Vest'  ens will ben  and  Maple Syrup  Honey  We have just received a large consignment of Old Settlers' Maple Syrup, Hie besfl  on the market; also some pure Ontario White Clover Honey.   Try it.  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.  JOHN A. IRVING & COi  our filters I t-t- nrbSTR BUT OWR rj'E'N'T I 0UR CLOSESTS tl  ARK   FILTERS I i-J-    W��*��   X> U X    \JiM Hi   "UKdM J. | ARR NOISELgag'l  To drop na a post card that we may call and clre estimates.  It saves many dollars.       .J  Never  have any plumbing done until you have seen our goods and our prices.       [Jl  ��&���    STRACHAN BROTHERS, Plumbers!  L&i

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