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 DAILY EDITION   BY MAIL  FIVE  DOLLARS A YEAR  WEEKLY EDITION  BY MAIL  TWO DOLLARS A YEAR  4 ��-Jl>      at*  EIGHTH  YEAR.  NELSON":   WEDNESDAY  MORNING NOVEMBER 21  1900  PRICE  FIVE  OBNT8  MINING  MATTERS OF INTEREST  Headquarters of the Chapleau Company Has Been Removed From  Slocan to Nelson.  NEWS FROM  VARIOUS  PROPERTIES  ALONG THE LINE  The Canadian oflico of tho Chapleau Consolidated Gold Mining  Company has been transferred from  Slocan City to Nelson and is now  located at the residence of G. L. R.  Weyl who has been duly appointed  the company's attorney for British  Columbia. Mr. Weyl resides on  Observatory street and will conduct his end of the business from  Nelson, visiting the - mine when  necessity demands. The mine manager, as has been stated, is P. Mourgues, the French engineer, sent out  at the time of the recent trouble.  Viscount de Grammont, one of the  committee of directors, is still in  Nelson, but leaves for Prance on  December 5th. The company has  all its business arrangements  straightened out, and within a fortnight the Chapleau will enter the  producing stage. * .-  From the Similkameen.  W. R, Boie,- formerly superintendent at Camp Mansfield, has returned from an interesting trip  through the Similkameen country  from Nicola to Princeton, He testifies to the remarkable copper  properties located in tho district  and expresses the opinion that a  couple of years will see the Similkameen properly opened up and  the transportation facilities necessary to its growth provided. Tlie  copper is found in immense bodies  and some of the largest deposits'  are said to run as high as 24 per  cent, while properties, averaging 12~  to 15 per cent are not by any means  uncommon^ In places the wash is full  of native copper and great lumps  of the virgin metal can be seen in  the rock. At one property Mr.  Boie saw 30 sacks of native copper  which had been dug out of the  wash with a pick. This native  ccjpper is said to rim 80 percent  pure.- -At Nicola eight cabins were  erected this fall by men who purpose remaining on the ground to  work their claims, and at Aspen  Leaf, a new settlement round which  some of the richest ore is found,  a number of properties will be  working through the winter.  At the Venus.  Development work is being  prosecuted steadily at the Venus  mine. The winze from No. 3 tunnel  was sunk 103 feet and a tunnel is  being driven from the surface to  tap the vein at the foot of the  winze. The shaft was _in good ore  all the way down and^tKe-tunnel-  -projected is expected to tap the  richest chute yet discovered on the  property. It is intimated that the  company will do nothing this winter in the direction of installing a  stamp mill. . '��� '���  In the Hands of the Sheriff.  The Heather Bell Mining & Milling Company, operating in the Slocan, is in trouble. The sheriff has  seized their property, including the  Heather Bell, North Star and  Atlanta mineral' claims, located a  mile and a half from Three Forks,  to satisfy a judgment in favor of  Angus McDonald, a miner, for $308.  The claims will be offered for sale  on the 28th instant. The Victoria  No. 0 claim, situated a quarter of a  mile from Sandon, has also been  seized to satisfy a" judgment for  $159 wages in the matter of G. D,  McMartin vs. A. D. Williams.  Will Complete the Tunnel.  Jean B. Richard, the Belgian engineer who came out from London,  England, on the 13th inst., is in  Camp Mansfield. When work was  suspended there a tunnel to tap the  ���Toker vein was under way and constructed to within ten feet of the  ledge. A small crew of men* has  been put on to complete this work,  after, which it is presumed Mr.  Richard will make his report on the  properties.   More Development.  In reviewing the advances in the  mining industry for the" year on  Monday The Tribune did not refer  to the.operations of the Manchester  Syndicate or   the Canadian ..Gold  Fields, both of which  corporations  have bonded properties in the district of which Nelson is the distributing center and are now working   their   new   properties.      The  former has taken over the Silverton  Boy near Silverton, -the Alice at  Creston and   the Elgin  group- on  Procter creek. .All are now working  under the director of T. G. Procter,  who   represents ' the syndicate  in  Canada.   The  Silverton  Boy is a  silver-lead proposition adjoining the  Emily   Edith   property on   which  an important strike was  made recently.   It shows up splendidly for  the amount of' work done and promises to become a mine.   The Alice  is one of the few properties working  in  the immediate vicinity of  Creston and is rich- in lead values.  Further details of the progress of  development    will    be    to    hand  shortly.   The Elgin group is near  the head of Procter creek, which  empties, into the lake atvthe new  town'of   Procter.-  _ Only-'a' small  crew can be utilized at the present  time owing to the difficulty encountered in getting up supplies during  the winter, and the syndicate is to  be   congratulated   on keeping   up  work even on a small scale.   The  progress of operations in  this section will  be   watched   with keen  interest, as the district is practically virgin, and success means the  addition of a new camp to  the list  of Kootenay mining centers.  This fall the Canadian Gold  Fields took over the Commonwealth  group on - Hooker creek which  empties into the lake in the Crawford Bay district. The reports from  the properties are most encouraging,  and from- appearances -it- looks- as  though' the company's good fortune, first manifested in connection  with the St. Eugene mine at Moyie,  was following them in their later  ventures. The same corporation  lias the True Blue group on the  south fork of Kaslo creek and the  Sunset group in the Slocan camp  under bond.  Another deal which went through  quite recently was the purchase of  the Mastadon property oh Lost  creek by the International Gold  Mining & Development Company of  Stansted, Quebec, the company being formed for the express purpose  of acquiring the claims. It isunder-  stood they will commence work on  a good scale in the spring and the  advent of capital on Lost creek will  do much to secure for that section  the attention it merits.  TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE.  TUESDAY'S QUOTATIONS.  stock. ' Asked.  Athabasca 9   G 00  H. <J. Gold Fields  31  Black Tail         12  Br.-vndon & G olden Crown  !)  ituttc &  Boston  3  Canadian Goldfields Syndicate... Si  Cariboo (McKinney)  72  Cariboo Hydraulic.       140  Centre Star       1 41  Crow's Ne-it Pass Coal     S5 Ou  California.  f>  Deer Trail Consolidated..:  2S  Evening Star...................... 7  Falrviow Corporation  2-J  Golden Star  Si  Glint  a*  Hammond Reef  3i  Iron Musk ;........  35  JlmBlalue ....'.  0  King '     ...   0  Knob Hill.rr.:......;..-.........:..--, fiv*  Lone Pine-Surprise Consolidated..        Ill  Monto Chrlsto Consolidated         '3  Montreal Qold Fields  3  Montreal & London  A}  Morning Glory...: ...'..         ,8  Morrison  li  Noble Five  5  North Star.. '         97i  Novelty  24  Old Ironsides           70  Olive         11  Payne  -     88  Princess Maud . r -. 3 ���  Rambler-Cariboo Consolidated ... 25t  Hepubllj .'  (354  Slocan* Sovereign  6J  Virtue ;         38  War Eagle Consolidated      1 07".  Wacerloo  3i  White'Bear ".  3i  Winnipeg  4  SALES.  1500 Golden Star   1000 Golden Star   1000 G olden Star :   1500 Golden Star   5000 Hammond Reef   SOiiO Falrvlew , ���  1000 Canadian GoldileUls Syndicate   3000 I,one Pine   Bid.  ? 4 75  21  II  8  60  1 25  1'H  53 00  31  _h  4"  ai  a  21  34  ��� 20  S  . 31  45  7  1  8*  u  2S  2  95  H  35  10A  84*  1  24  115  ���*-���  35  1 05  3  3  2J-  Oii  51  5i  5J-  3*-  5J  'J  Mining Records.  Yesterdays mining records were:  Transfers���A three-tenths interest  in the Plying Dutchman claim on  Pilot Knob mountain, a mile and a  half from the Fern, by E. B. Gifford  to Mrs. Kate Gifford, consideration  $10.  Locations���The Brown, on the  divide between   Bird   and Forty-  nine creeks adjoining the Peggie on  the north, by M. Egan.  Certificates of work���To N. Hart-  man on the Verona; to A. E. Gallup  on the Quebec and Montreal.  Colombian Revolution.  Kingston, Jamaica, November  20.���It has been ascertained that a  fortnight ago the Colombia government was negotiating with the  Pacific Navigation Company for the  purchase of one of its coasting vessels for war purposes. In consequence of tho rebels' activity and  the advance of the rebel forces on  Panama that city was placed  under martial law November 10th.  The steamer Taboga is .believed to  have been sent November 13th to  bring in reinforcements from the  coast. But it is not known positively here whether the Taboga  was seized by the Colombian government. Letters from Colon say,  several people, including foreigners,  have been lodged in the prison at  Panama on suspicion of helping the  rebels.         THE KAISER 18 CRITICIZED  By Hen* Richter.  ���* Berlin**, November 20.���The debate on'the government's policy in  China was criticised in the reich-  stag today. Herr Bassermann,-  National Liberal, endorsed the policy and expressed the gratification  of his party at the* Anglo-German  agreement. Herr Richter declared  that the Radicals were of the  opinion since the assassination of  baron von Ketteler that a military  demonstration in China was absolutely necessary, but that,the dispatch of an ironclad division was  superfluous. He alluded to the  public declarations of emperor  William and said they were obviously intended to influence public  opinion. Herr Richter added that  he thought the emperor shouldfirst  have had an* understanding with  competent ministers regsirding the  tenor and, wording of these declarations, asserting that much that was  objectionable and displeasing would  thus have been .-obviated. .^Polities  and religion, he continued, ought  not to have been mixed up as they  had been in the emperor's speeches,  because the effect was to spoil  both. "The greatest mistake of  our China policy," concluded herr  Richter, "was after the Chino-Jap-  anese ��� war when we joined with  Russia and France in opposing  Japan." Herr Richter's advice to  the emperor to consult his ministers  elicited marks of approval.  Grounding of the Indiana.  -Washington, November 20.���  Quartermaster-general Ludington  received a cable dispatch today  from colonel Miller, chief quartermaster at Manila, confirming the  press report of the grounding of  the transport Indiana on the east  side of Isla de Polio, one of the  smaller islands of the Philippine  group, east of Luzon. Colonel Mil-  -ler'sdispatch-is-as-follows:   "Indiana, aground November 7th;  is reported as not damaged. Charles  D. Palmer, quartermaster, with the  transport Pennsylvania and a  lighter -draft vessel left Manila Monday in order to relieve. Nothing  more necessary."  When the Indiana ran aground  she was loaded with supplies and a  company of the 22nd infantry destined to act as a garrison at Baler.  Bank Robbers Foiled.  Ashley, Ohio, November 20,���  Eight men made an unsuccessful  attempt to rob the Bank of Ashley  early today. After using four  charges of dynamite and shattering the outer doors of the vault, a  number of the citizens gathered.  They were met with a fusillade of  bullets, after which the would-  be robbers beat a retreat.  Irish Kickers.  Dublin, November 20.���At a  meeting of the directors of the  United Irish League today, Mr.  John Redmond presiding, a resolution calling on the Irish members  of parliament not to attend the  house of commons in'December.but  to stay at home and make a success  of the convention perfecting the  Nationalist organization was unanimously adopted. -    ���  Time Extended.  Chicago, November 20.���President Ben Johnson of the American  baseball league stated today that  he had received telegrams from all  the clubs in the league extending  for thirty days the five year agreement, which expires tonight.  PROVINCE   AND   DOMINION  NARROW ESCAPES FROM-DROWNING IN STEWART RIVER.  Cummings   Committed   for. Trial  at  Grand Forks---Ordered to Panama���Other Netfs Notes  .Victoria, November 20. ��� The  first mail to reach Dawson this  winter, according to telegrams  brought by the Danube, arrived  November 13th. The carrier reported considerable*-*", difficulty in  getting through. **  Dispatches also toll of narrow  escapes from drowning experienced  by captain Scarth of the Northwest  Mounted Police, -recorder for the  Stewart river district, on his way  down to Dawson from Stewart. Ho  left there as soon as he thought the  ice was safe, and had a trying trip.  He had several narrow escapes and  finally broke through the ice, but  was rescued with difficulty by men  of the Northwest Mounted Police,  who were near at hand.' Nothing  daunted, he again set out and again  broke through the ice and this time  all but succuinbedl before he was  dragged from the ice by the police.  A dispatch from^Dawson, dated  November 13th, says James Slorah  was arraigned on,the"'15th on the  charge of having ^jaurdered Pearl  Mitchell, variety' actress, October 23rd. .,  "' f  Smallpox.is abating in Dawson.  Ordered'to Panama.  Victoria, November 20.���H. M: S.  Pheasant today .'-.received rush  orders f romthe'admiralty dispatching licr to Panama-to protect British interests in. -the revolution  which recurred there." Today she  is loading stores, ammunition, etc.,  and will sail Thursday at "noon.  The day following!H. M. S. Icarus-  will sail on a cruise to the South  Sea Islands, ���   I. .. '���-.  Committed ".for Trial.  Grand Forks, November 20.���  Charles Cummin gs, real est<ate and  raining broker, was committed for.  trial upon a charge' of forging a  telegram. Provincial constable  Dinsmore filed information - upon  instructions from the attorney-general. Application--was made to the  justice for bail, whieh was fixed at  $9000 as follows: A personal bond  of $3000 and three sureties of two  thousand dollars each. The bondsmen were Jeff Davis, A. L. Traun-  weiser and T. W. Holland. The alleged bogus telegram was used in  connection with a business trans--  action with E. Spraggett, lumber  merchant. The crown was represented by H. G. S. Heisterman.  To Inspect the Mill.  Grand Forks, November 20.���  -A.-A. Ayer-of-Montreal,_a_director_  of the Republic mine, has arrived  here on his way to Republic to inspect the company's new reduction  mill.    Napoleon's Clock.  Quebec, November 20.���Lieutenant-colonel Pelletier, just returned from Africa, brought back  with him from St. Helena a clock  formerly the property of Napoleon  Bonaparte, presented to him by the  present Roman Catholic chaplain  of Longwood.  Coming Home.  Montreal, November 20.���The  Star's London correspondent  cabled: "The war office has been  advised that major A. E. Snyder,  Strathcona's Horse, and lieutenant  J. Taylor, "D" squadron, Canadian  Mounted Rifles, sailed from Cape  Town on November 14th for England on the Assaye."  Close of the Recount.  Stratford, Ontario, November  20.���The recount iii South Perth  before judge Brown was completed  today. Erb's (Liberal) majority  was reduced from ten to nine.  Laurier Will Attend.  Toronto, November 20.���Laurier  will attend the Sifton banquet here  on December 11th.  A Jurist Dead.  Halifax, November 20.���Judge  Johnston of the county court died  this morning. ��� ��� ���  Large Shipment of Turkeys.  Toronto,   November   20.���It   is  expected that fifty thousand turkeys will be shipped to England for  the Christmas trade. Three thousand were received here today.  The safe of McCrea Brothers, grocers, was cracked last night by  burglars, who got $450.  An Electric Deal.  Montreal, November 20.���A big  electric deal is on the tapis. The  Royal Electric Company, it is said,  will sell its manufacturing department to the Canadian Electric Company. The Royal confines itself to  acquiring the Lachine Rapids plant  and the Montreal Gas Company,  getting the monopoly of lighting  on the island of Montreal. Then  all the electric railways on the  island will be amalgamated in one  big company.  Will Visit Canada. ��� ���  London, November 20.���The duke  and duchess of York, according to  the Daily Mail, have definitely decided to visit Canada.  HOW THEY WILL PUNISH OFFENDERS  The Chinese Imperial Edict Dealing With the Leaders  In the Late Uprising.  TAKEN A FAVORABLE TURN  -    The Czar's Illness.  St. Petersburg, November 20.���  A" medical practitioner of- high  standing in this city, who' is not  connected, with the state service,  after an analysis of the bulletins  from Livadia told the correspondent of the Associated Press today  that the illness of the czar had  taken.^an unusually favorable  course. "Apparently," he said,  "there is more anxiety abroad than  there is in Russia. " This may be  due largely to the statistics of typhoid mortality ��� in this country.  Death at this time would be peculiarly bitter to emperor Nicholas,  for he is again hoping for the,birth  of a son within a few months. It is  an open secret that the czarevitch,-  grand'duke Michael,'now about 22  years of age, is not a favorite of-  the emperor, whose supreme desire  is to "leave a son as heir to the]  throne." '   WRITTEN BY LIBERALS.  Tins TniBUNi; has placed a part of i>nt) colifimi-!  nt the disposal of   tho Liberals, whose views  will be expressed therein from time to time during tho campaign,   a like privilege is accorded  the Labor party und the Conservatives.  The Liberal committee rooms  were crowded last night by supporters of W. A. Galliher, who  were anxious to hear Frank Oliver,  Jtf. P., fresh from his triumph in  Alberta, and P. J. Deane of Kamloops. James Bannerman was in  the chair and introduced Mr.-Deane,  who gave a most encouraging  account of the feeling in various  parts of the constituency. Mr.  Deane has recently been along the  main line of the C. P. R. from  Golden to Agassiz and has just  completed a trip through the Slocan  and therefore knows whereof he  speaks.  Mr. Oliver was the next speaker,  and he delivered a most carefully  reasoned and convincing address.  Tostartwithhe-pointed���out-that-  the electors had not to consider the  question of electing Mr. Galliher,  Mr. McKane or Mr. Foley. There  was a larger iuterest at stake than  that of mere personalities. West  ern Canada had special needs, and  the Liberal government had introduced a policy designed to coyer  those needs. If the electors of this  constituency approved of that  policy they.., should vote for Mr.  Galliher, the Liberal candidate. If  they voted for one of his opponents  and Mr. Galliher were not returned,  they could blame the government if  they accepted the verdict of the people and reversed or discontinued  that policy. It was not a question  of candidates or parties, but a  question of endorsing or condemning the Liberal policy in so far as it  concerned tho west, a policy*which  had been one of justice for and development of the west.  Referring to the reduction in the  tariff, Mr. Oliver pointed out that  last year the customs collections  were $4,500,000 less than would  have been the case under the Conservative tariff of 1896, a sum of  money which was a direct saving  to the Canadian people at large.  The preferential tariff was said  to only favor luxuries, but cotton  goods had been reduced 7 per cent,  which meant a saving of $280,000  on $4,000,000 of imports, and  woolens 9 per cent, a saving of  $075,000 on $7,500,000 of imports, or  a total saving of $950,000 on two  classess of goods used by all kinds  of. people. Was not this a tariff  policy which worked to our benefit?  The Liberal policy was a tariff for  PRINCE  TUAN  SAVES  HIS  NECK  BUT  IS  BANISHED  -������-:<-_  Washington, November 20.���  The Japanese legation has received  from the foreign office at.Tokio the  text of tho Chinese imperial edict  dated the 13th instant on the pun-  ishmentof the anti-foreign officials.  It is to the following effect:  Orders have been already issued  for the punishment of the officials  responsible for opening hostilities  upon friendly powers and bringing  the country into the present critical condition by neglecting to suppress and even by encouraging the  Boxers. ' Biit a9 Pekin and its  neighborhood have not been entirely cleared of the Boxers, the  innocent people are suffering terribly through the devastation of  their fields and the destruction of  their' houses, a state of affairs  which cannot fail - to fill one with  bitterest feelings against these officials. And if,they are not punished  how can the anger of the .people be  appeased and the indignation of  the foreign powers allayed.  Accordingly prince Tuan is hereby deprived of his  title and rank:  and   shall,   together   with   prince  Chwang, who has already been de- ���  prived of his title, be  delivered  to  the clan court to be kept in prison  until the restoration of peace, when,  they shall  be banished  to Sheng  Leug to   be   imprisoned   for   life.;  Princes Yi and Tsi Yung, who have!  both been already deprived of their;  titles, are now also to' be delivered;  to the clan court for imprisonment,!  while prince Tsai Lien, also already?  deprived of .title and rank,- is\to.be}  kept confined in   his   own 'house. '-  Duke Tsai Lie Lan shall, forfeit'his-  ,.ft,jSI  '_'S%,  <���  >.~L  : r'it  *'^P  m  ���SJI  ���<m  M  revenue not'protection*, but - maun-.'  factured lead products were entitled;  to be raised to a parity with other,  imports, and thus entitled to the  incidental protection of such a  tariff.  The speaker believed in the government ownership of railways, but  was that a reason to block all" rail-.'  road enterprise until Canada at  large accepted those views.' The  Conservatives aided railroads unconditionally, but tho Liberals imposed conditions. The control of  rates inserted by Mr. Blair in the  Railways Subsidy Act had excited  the enmity of the C. P. R., who had  done their best to drive Mr, Blair  out of public* life, but the people'of  St. John had defeated tlie Hon.  George B. Foster aud the C. P. R,  by a majority of 1037. The control of the rates was even more im-  poWalTt"tban���th"e���bwnerahip"of"the"  road, and the reservation of running rates was also most important,  as it insured competition, and  he instanced the new daily service  to Spokane by the Nelson & Bed-  lington road over a portion of the  Crow's Nest railway. The payments made were as much for these  conditions as the construction of  the roads, and the government was  now in the position to prevent any  industry, district or town being  strangled by the railroad.  The Intercolonial railroad cost  Canada $51,500,000, and until 1897  had been run at a loss as a feeder  of the C. P. R. and Grand Trunk  railways. By its extension to Montreal it had been elevated to the  position of a competitive and paying road, notwithstanding the bluff  of Mr. Shaughnessy to take his  terminus away from St. John.  if the electors approved of these  measures and this policy, it was  their duty to show it in the only  way in their power, namely, by  voting for the government candidate, W. A. Galliher. Any other  selection must be infallibly accepted  as a condemnation of this and the  other policies of the government.  Will Not Start a' Paper.  London, November 20.���hi spite  of a contradiction contained in the  Associated Press dispatches of November 17th of the report that  Alfred Harms worth, proprietor of  the London Daily Mail and other  papers, was about to visit the  United States with the intention of  establishing a Daily Mail in New  York, Mr.  Harms worth   has  been  ducal   salary,  but  may be transferred with the degradation of one'"  rank.    Chief censor Ying Nien 'shall...  be degraded two ranks and trans- -  f erred.   AstoKang Yi, minister of  "the board of civil appointment, who  upon his return from the commission on which he had been,sent for  the purpose of "making   inquiries'  into the Boxer affair memoralized  the throne in an audience strongly  in their   favor.     He should; have'.-  been severely punished but for. his  death from illness and the penalties y ~.'$s\  are accordingly remitted.      ' -     ~ V^'lsl  Chao Shao, minister of the board f.*- j**j|  of punishment,' who had been  sent *��� -Tr-t'  on a. mission   similar ' to   that of/y,-.-,  Kang Yi, returned "almost immedi-'"*;;.'*^;:  ately, and though such conduct was iyttf|  flagrant  neglect- of duty still lie*'.y��|  did not maice a distorted  report to ���4",'^  the throne and therefore he shall ] y^  be deprived of his rank but be'aK,.-"frjf  lowed to.retain his  present ,officeJ.vy|-^  Finally Tu   Hsien, ex'-'governor  of.>,~j**~-y  Shan Si, allowed, while in office,'the  _.-^i  Boxers freely to massacre the Chris- * *:.-%:  tian missionaries and converts.' -For,'"^l1  this he deserves the severest..,pun-y:f^|?  ishment and therefore he'is.','to*,-'be;';,'p|f  banished to the furthermost .border-^-^si^i  of the country and there .to be'kept''>3#  at hard labor for life'.     -/.", . ':",\_��- ,'5?.y;<  We have  full knowledge ,*of, the.*5$��j��:  present trouble from'-the b'eginnirigy^|i  and therefore though no impeacli-v>.^  ment has been'brought by Chinese jy|ji-  oflicials at home, or abroad againsftTfg^avpl  prince Yi,-Tsai'Lien and Tsai-Yungiy^*^  we order .them  to' -be punished".- in ^Xffi  the same manner as, those who have^f*"-!  been impeached.    Air who see this'"3^3  edict will-thus-perceive our- justice'jy ,n=|  and impartiality in inflicting, cpn'-^'l^f;!  dign penalties;-upbh theselofficialsl^-i*!  bombarded"with ca&ie"i3lspa~tc'ji6"s  from New York aslcingior particu"-**  lars of his intended venture. JTo-'a,  representative , of .the Associated  Press today Mr. Harms worth" saioV:  "The object of my present visit to  the United States and Canada, like  my previous one,.is holiday making, pure,and simple. ��� After visit1,  ing" the Dominion I am going to  Southern California and thence fo  Florida for the tarpon fishing. "-I  shall be accompanied " by Mrs.  Harmsworth, my secretary, and, an  automobile. " I do not wish to Hear  the word newspaper mentioned  from the time I land from ..the Teutonic in New York to the time of  my departure from there on the  Oceanic iu March."' -��� . ���   ��  .'*"K|  'hK'\  ������-.���trtl  rvf-l  After Aguinaldo.  Manila, November 20.���General  MacAbotesi tlie former. Filipino"  chief, is prepared to start in pursuit  of Aguinaldo with one hundred  picked natives, supported by American troops. Other ex-rebel Filipinos  will be used in campaigning in the  country. ��� Their . offers have not  been accepted yet, but they are  ready if the authorities need th eir  services. Aguinaldo is supposedly  in northern Luzon according \to a  statement made by ex-rebel leaders  now.in Manila and from confirmatory information.      .  ..Russian Railroad Earnings..  St. Petersburg, November 20.���  The ministry of railroads publishes  figures showing  that   the average  gross income of   the   railroads   in  European   Russia in  1900 is  7003  roubles per verst  (two-thirds of a  statute   mile)   and   demonstrating  that the average gross  income of  the railroads in   tlio Asiatic possessions of Russia  is  2449  roubles  per verst, making a general average  of 0460 roubles per verst,  a slight  gain over 1S99.     A railroad bridge,  a mile long over the river Volga at  Saratof,    costing   twenty 'million  roubles, is planned.  To Exploit Russian Mines.  St. Petersburg, November 20.���.  An English syndicate with ' a capital of one million pounds has just  obtained a concession to exploit the  Perenna gold fields, which are 370,000  acres in extent, in the Mur region.  The syndicate will also be allowed  to dredge and excavate the streams.  The marqais of Queensberry and  professor Holloway are the heads  of the syndicate,  i \t  2  THE TRLBUNE: NELSON Br C  WEDNESDAY NOVEMBER 21 1900  ��\5"  jy  tM ���  _H  m  HUDSON'S BAY  -COM PA-NY.  ���^��fc4S-*  IrtCORPORATED 16T0.  It is a well known  fact that the Hudson's Bay Company  sells the very finest  Chocolates in Nelson. We have just  opened up a choice  assortment of  ROWNTREE'S  ENGLISH  Creams and  Chocolates  If you want something nice and tasty c  try them. They can  always be depended  upon to give satisfaction.  HUDSON'S BAY  STORES.  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS.  1  From and after October 1st, all  subscribers to the Daily Tribune  who are served by earrier will  ���be,required to pay their subscript  tions weekly to the carrier.  SUBSCRIPTION RATES.  Weekly, by carrier .      .      . .$    *6  Monthly,'-by carrier    .      .      .      ^l 00;  Three.Months, by oarrier        . .250  ; Six Months, by.carrier  .     .       .       6 00  One Year, by.carrier      .      . .10 00  ,,tni���������i���������ii..���i, n . n.��..t>��.  Ii*;-the'Nelson Miner would confine  itself-to criticism of the acts of Mr.  Houston as a public-man; very little  fault could be found with it. But  the Miner has gone -further���it has  discussed-tho private affairs of an  individual, with which the public  had no concern. In doing so,-more-  over, it has resorted to villiflcation,  ancTwhen desirous of -gaining un-  usnal favor with-the eneinies-ofJVIr.  Houston, it has descended -to base  inuendo and cowardly ��� -negative  assertion. Ever ready to stab, it is  of raid to strike the blow. In this  way it deals with -Mr. Houston's  private affairs, always eluding the  point where it will render -itself  aetionable.-Eresumiug.THR Tribune  resorted to similar methods in dealing with the-affairs of the editor of  the Miner, would not that gentleman feel aggrieved ? Certainly the  public -would resent such use being  made of the columns of a paper  which should confine itself to  legitimate criticism and news.  ���Frank Oliver of Edmonton, Alberta,-who has been  re-elected to  the house of commons .by a majority that is now reported at 1150,  and-which-is likely to be increased  by the returns from-the back-townships,   was   in   Nelson   yesterday.  Although he is a strong Grit, he  called at The Tribune office, and.  during an hour's stay he had the  hottest time he has had since he  entered jpolitics in trying to convince the editor of,this -paper that,  the people of this section were not ���  reasonable in asking that --the present duties on  lead and lead products    should    be   raised   to   a  parity with the duties imposed by  the United States on like products.  Mr. Oliver had been at Sandon, and  someone there had told him that the  lead ores of the Sloean couldbe smelted as cheaply as the copper ores of  Rossland, and that the mino owners  of the Slocan who shipped their ore  to the smelters at Trail and Nelson  were being robbed, in being required  to pay   a   freight   and treatment  charge of ,$21 por ton, which is the  samo   rate paid.for  treating tho  same oro when shipped to smelters  at   Omaha,    Nebraska,  or Pueblo,  Colorado.   And Mr. Oliver believed  what he had been told at Sandon,  and the editor of this  paper could  not convince him that he had been  "stuffed."    He  was   told that tho  freight and treatment charge was  based    on    the   Helling    prion    of  lead    in    New    York,   and    that  the    cost    of     hauling     a     ton  of     lead     ore     from     a     mine  in the Slocan via the Trail  smelter  to New Yoi*k was ,j nst the same as  hauling a ton  of load ore from a  mine in the Slocan via the Omaha  smelter to-New Fork; that the cost  of labor at Trail  or Nelson was 2!>  per   C(*nt   higher   than   afc   either  Omaha or Pueblo; that it was better   for.   Canada   to  have  its ore  smelted   in   Canada   than' in   the  United States, oven if the cost -was  a trifle higher.   This question does  not seem to be understood by members of parliament.   When a western .member like Mr. Oliver does not  understand why the'silver-lead ores  of the Slocan cannot be smelted at  as low a rate per ton as is charged  for smelting the copper-gold ores of  Rossland and Boundary, somebody  must     begin     doing     missionary  work.    The farmers of Mr. Oliver's  district raise a surplus of food products. Thoy want a market. Naturally they look to the mining districts  of Kootenay for that-market.   The  lead miners  of Kootenay want a  market   for   the  output   of   their  mines.    Naturally, they say  they  should have the home market -without competing for it, and -the only  way they can get it is by a tariff that  will place them on .an even footing  with   the   United  States.     There  should -be-.- reciprocity- between the  farmers of Alberta and the.miners  of Kootenay, but that reciprocity  cannot be obtained if the farmers  of Alberta are made believe that  the local smelters in Kootenay are  robbing the lead mine owners of  the Slocan.     No such robbery is  carried on; but the point is to convince members of parliament, like  Mr, Oliver, of that fact.  There are two questions that  concern the people of Yale-Cariboo.  One is the duty on lead and lead  products; the other is adequate  mail facilities. These, are questions  that the member-for-.the district in  -the house of commons :should.;be  able to explain explicitly and forcibly. If a member is not posted on  ���these questions, or is not particular ly-i nterested-in^them ,-what- can ,-  or what will, he accomplish? What  is-the use of sending to Ottawa a  .member who is versed in tlie ancient .history or traditions of  his party, and .totally unversed in  practical questions, like freight, and  treatment charges on lead ores or  tho shortest and quickest route  over which to dispatch mails ?  WKITTEN    BY    CONSERVATIVES.  [The TiumJNB'hns placed a part of-one .column  nt the dUpoBal.of tho Conservatives, whose vlows  will 1*o expressed therein frmn time to time during tho campaign. A like privllci-c 1h accorded  the Labor party and the Liberals.)  The Edmonton chinook which wo  have been enjoying the past few  days has not dimmed-the -ardor of  the McKane committee. In thunder, lightning, hail, rain or snow  they will be found every evening  at the committee rooms and invite  all supporters of the Conservative  nominee to join them.  The announcement that the long  looked for $20,000 public building  for this eity has got as far as "the  plans nearly ready and tenders  may .be called any .day" stage, is  certainly very welcome news, and  with some may occasion sympathetic outpourings in favor of the  government. It smacks slightly,  however, of the proverbial red herring, aqross^the.elector's trail, for ib  is a bit odd tbat this political  bonne bouche -should, be trotted  out at this convenient hour of the  day. We ,may .get -the government  building, and when it conies it will  be welcome���but it will have been  a .-struggle to obtain, and just faney  $20,000 in exchange for the -contri-  ibutions of Yale-Cariboo to the federal till.  Some time back the Liberal column enlarged on the $3000 appropriation for renovating the Duncan  river, and the writer was evidently  greatly tickled at being able to  state that Mr. Mara was the first to  obtain money for that purpose. As  the Liberals have continued it  yearly since thoy came in power  they evidently thought Mr. Mara's  judgment good. One would  imagine, according to the writer,  that the traffic results of this  $12,000 investment were on the eve  of equaling that of tho Soo; as a  matter of fact, a pollywog called  the steamship Marion has made a  few trips into Howser lake at-flood  time; it is even rumored that she  was able to reach Call creek���  always of course "at flood time; at  other times authentic information  says that a -man can 'stand--anywhere- in the Upper Duncan and  tli row a east. As to the twelve-  mile stretch between Kootenay and  Howser.lakes, there.are at present  two lines of rails constructed, and  with these no waterway freight  ciiviying will be tolerated. The  Liberal column conveniently forgot  to enlighten the electors as to the  rejection of tho Kettle River railroad bill last year, a proposition, of  infinitely more importance to Nelson than the snag-pulling and sand  bar leveling .scheme..on .the Duncan.  Result of the Elections.  There are ~A Conservatives, iii  Liberals and 3 Independents, McCarthy, Thornton and Robinson,  and one election to hold in Ontario.  In Quebec there are 55 Liberals and  8 Conservatives. In New Brunswick, 9 Liberals and i> Conservatives. In Prince Edward Island, 2  Liberals and 2 Conservatives, with  East Queens in doubt. In Manitoba, 2 Liberals, '-> Conservatives  and 2 Independents, Richardson  and Puttee. In the Northwest Territories, 4 Liberals. , I n British Columbia,! Liberal, "2 Conservatives  and 1 Independent Labor, with two  elections to hold. Total, 125 Liberals, 79 Conservatives, 5 Independents, three elections to hold, and  one in doubt.  iBUvalnds'  ^fetiattf  ���Poftr"wpfe  X*&rt&^/*W".  Specially recommended  for dyspepsia,   loss of  appetite,  sleeplessness,  ���indigestion,   .weakness  from whatever cause,  nervousness,      -fevers,  consumption,    malaria  and general debility.  Women complain   of ,a  tired feeling. ' Wilson's Invalid's Pore is immediate  and efficacious, leaving no  Harmful efl'ects.  Men will find it particularly valuable as a restorative and aLBtrenp-thener.-.of  the body and.nerv*. system  Wo recommend this tonic-  CANADA DRUG  jgAND BOOK  COMPANY  Nelson, B, C.  HUGH R CAMERON  Real Estate and   Insuranee^Agent   The only office in the city which  issues its own policies.  AGENT TOT*.  Norwich Union Insurance Co.  Connecticut Fire Insurance Co.  ��tna Insurance Co.  Commercial Union Insurance Co., Ltd.  MONEY TO  LOAN'AT 8%  ON  STRAIGHT  MORTGAGE.  BAKER STREET  NELSON  TOWN LOTS  FOR SALE  Two good business lots In tho town of Phoenix,  50 feet Frontage. Original cost $1,000. Will sell  for tho same figure oh the following terms: One-  third cash; balance in six and twelve months.  Address. F. B. H.. post offlco box 108, Nelson. B.C.  -A-   Jm^ST-Ei-AJDl  Contracting Painters, Decorators, Paperhangers.  Full lino of wall paper, mouldings, eto, italsc-  mining and Tinting.   Strictly firso-olass work.  Estimates furnished.  Residence Mill Street,   NffT QAM    R   P  OppositeSphoolHouse ..HJpJUp.UJN, B;\J.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Coffee Roasters and  Dealers in  Tea and Ooffee.  -^���^-^^^^^^^^^'^^^s^^^^      ^^^^^^^'raTj'-'-'-'^-^^-^-^-^.^  ^Y't-0-,-0^0'00'00 ^'00 00'00'00>,00+0'00^b^'?& ���^^^^^���^^^���^���^���^���^i^^&^^a^  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  FRED  IRVINE <&  to  to  Carpets and Men's Furnishings  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  aL.adie.s*   Department.  w__m_m_mm__m__wmm_mKO0m___^_m_______m__   ,.,  Special Saile of ladies' and children's wool vests, drawers,  and combination suits, flannelette night dresses,  drawers arid skirts.  Ladies' flannelette, cashmere, alpacia, silk, satin, and  French flannel blouse waists. . ::  Men's  Department.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  Ladies' mantles, jackets, .and-tailor-made suits from best  makers at -exceedingly low prices.  Ladies'   ready-made dress skirts, from $2.00 each, up.  Ladies'' "R & G," "P D," and "D A" corsets from 75  cents up.  Children's coals, reefers, and jackets, from 1 lo 10 years  of age.  Ladies'"golf capes, at all prices.  Millinery   Department.  We are��no\v showing the balance of our imported pattern  h'jffs" at  cost  prices; also a large stock of ladies'  -   rea^dy-to-wear hats at low prices.  VVe are offering men's fleece-lined underwear, in sizes 34  to 44, from 65 cents each up.  Men's Gartright & Warner's national wool and cashmere  shirts .and drawers, from $1.50 each up.  Men's flannel, cotton .flaannelette, 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 negli-  .   gee and fllannel shirts.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  House   Furnishing   Department.  White Lice 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 ; Brusscl carpets,  from $1.00 per yard up; Wiltons from $1.25 per  c yard up ; Axminsters, from .$1.25 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    Got-pets   Sewn   and   _L,ald   Free   of   Charge.  IRVINE & CO.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  M  iSC_0_m0    __0___*__0__000__W__*__W__��__*___*___*    ____,___*___* ________ ___. _m-  I SAW &  NELSON  PLANING  MILLS  Limited.  321 to- 331 'Baker Street, Nelson  American aty. -European Plans.  MEALS  GENTS  ROOMS LIGHTED BY ELECTRICITY  AJND "HEATED: BY STEAM  .-26-CBNTBTO *"*1  II  dli  BAKER STREET. NELSOy.  Lighted by Electricity and Heated with Hot Air.  Large comfortable- bedrooms - and first-olase  liliilrigarootn. Sample rooms for oommerolal men,  RATES 12 J-*ER PAY  We are prepared to Furnish  by Rail, Barge or Teams  DIMENSION LUMBER  ROUGH and DRESSED LUMBER  LOCAL and COAST CEILING  LOCAL and COAST FLOORING  DOUBLE DRESSED COAST CEDAR  RUSTIC, SHIPLAP, STEPPING  PINE and CEDAR CASINGS  DOOR JAMBS, WINDOW STILES  TURNED WORK, BAND-SAWING  BRACKETS, NEWEL POSTS  TURNED VERANDA POSTS  STORE FRONTS  .    DOORS, WINDOWS and GLASS.  Qet'OurPrlcesbefore   purchasing elsewhere.  OFFICE: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  FACTORY: HALL STREET, C. P. R. CROSSING.   MILLS: HALL STREET WHARF  IHrs. % &#larke, Prop.  LATE OF THE ROTA)*, HOTEL, CALGARY  ELECTORS *  During-the-heat-jrf-the elections  VOTE  for-tho  10c      BIG   SCHOONER      10c  Beer or Half-and-half at the  Always froah.  The.only goaa Beer In Nelson  Fresh  roasted  corteo of  the best quality nt  (ho following prices:  Java and Arabian Mooha,;pcr.poiind ?   40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds    1 00  Fine Santos, i pounds    1 00  Santos Blend, 5 pounds    1 00  Our. Special Blond, 0 pounds    I Oti  Our Bico Boast, (i poitnd.H    1 00  A trial order 8 olicited.   Salesroom two doors  east of Oddfellows' Wook, West Baker fltn-ef,.  E. J. ClffiBAN, Prop.  CorncrStanloy and Silica.Streets.  li/Jadden House  We -have-.���"just-received >a Inrge consignment of tli-*!  celebrated Hondi tea, direct fi*oin tiie gardens. Ib is  easily the best tea in the market and is sold with a.  guarantee.   Money refunded if not found'satisfactoi'y.  Houston Block.  Telephone 161.  P. O. Box 176.  P. Burns & Go  WHOLESALE TRADE  CRATED, AND MINERAL WATERS.  ITIHOKPE & CO., IalMITKD.���Corner Vernon  ���*��� and Cedar streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of . and wholesale dealers - in - aerated -waters and  -fruit syrups. Sole .agents for Halcyon Springs  mineral water.  Telephone CO.  ASSAYERS'   SUPPLIES.  WF. TEKTZBL & CO.���Corner-Baker and  ��� Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers In assay ers supplies/Agents for Denver  Fire Clay Co. of Denver, Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  HJ. EVANS .& CO.-Baker street, Nelson  ��� wholesalo dealors in liquors, olgars  cement, Are brick and Are olay, water:pipe and  steel rails, and general commission merchants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY-ELECTRIC SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION COMPANY-Wholesalo deal-  -ors in telephones, annunciators, bells, batteries,  fixtures, etc., Houston block, Nelson.  FLOUR AND FEED.  BRACKMAN - B-ER MILLING COMPANY  -^Cereals, .Flour, Grain, -Hay. Straight.or  mixed oars shipped to all Kootonay Points,  Grain elevators at all principal points on Calgary-  Edmonton R, It. -Mills ;at ^Victoria, New West-  minster, and Edmonton, Alberta.  <^1  TAYLOR FEED ?& PRODUCE CO.^lUker  street,, Nelson (George F. Motion's old  stand), Flour, -Feed,' Grain,: Hay and Produce.  Car -lots a specialty. -Correspondence solicited.  Phono.28.  P.  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  BURNS &   CO.-Baker street,   Nelson,  wholesale dealers In fresh and oured meats.  ColtiRtoraKe.  GROCERIES.  AMA'-DONALD & ���.CO.-Corner Front and  ��� Hall streets, wholr-sale grocers' and  Jobbers fn blankets, glovei*,-riiitts, boots, rubbors,  maoklnaws aud minors'.iwnrtrics. ,  jgOOTENAY SUPPLY  grooerw.  COMPANY,. LIMI-  JOHX CHOLDITCH afc CO.-Front strooti. Nelson, wholesale ..grocers.  JY. Onl,WIN & CO.- Front street, Nelson.  ���   wl)olt*<a*\lc .dealers   in   provisions,   ourou  meats, butter and eggs.  Head Office at  NELSON, -Ba.-O.  Wholesale and ReMI  Dealers in Meats  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson  The only hotel In Nelson that has remained  under, one ^managenjent slnoe -MB0.  The .bed-rooms are well furnished and lighted  by electricity. '  The bar Is always Btookod by.the.best dom a-  I lo and Imported liquors and olgars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  SLOCAN JUNGTIOfJ tiOTEL  J. H. M0MANU8, Manager  Bar stocked with best.brands of winos,.liquors,  and Cigars. Beer on draught. Large oonaforti-  tthla roonu.   FlratMalua t*ble board.  Markets at Nelaon, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo. Ymir, Stuidpn, Silvertoan, Nev-  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Porks, Oreoawood, Cascade '(/-ity, -Mid  ���way, and Vancouver,  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Bwtelier Go.  ALL KIND8"6f  FRESH AND SALHE0 M��ATB  HARDV,'ARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  HBYRRS & CO.���Coiner Baker and Josephine  ���   streets. Nelson, wholof-ulo dealers In hard-  Affonts for Giant  ware aud .DiLQiiig.supplieR.  ^Powde'Co.  T A WHENCE  �����-"   Baker St.,  HARDWARE    COMPANY        Nelson, wholesale   dealors in  hardware and mining supplies, and water and  plumbers'supplies. -  LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TpURNER, BEKTON &CO.���Corner Vernon  ���'���'and Josephine streets,, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in liquors, olgars and dry goods. Agente  for PabBt Brewing Co. of Milwaukee and Cal  gary Browing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPANY-^Baker  street, Nolson, manufacturers of dynamite,  sporting, stumping and black blasting powders,  wholesale dealers;in.caps:and fuije, and elootrio  blasting apparatus.  WHOLESALE ANDRETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE CAREFUL AND PROMPT AITUMYION  ;E^-C. Tiy^SUHaaiiager  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAW AND PLANING MILLS,  LIMITED���Corner Front and Hall streets,  Nelson, manufaotnrsra of and-wholosalo dealers  In sash and doors; all kinds of factory work made  to order.   WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  TED���Corner Front and HaU streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in wines (case and bulk,  and dotneaao *nd Imported -trfgara.  rv-.tfirsSi^���.-> ������";_r--.V_:-. THE ^RIBiipri:v-$$LSON ��. C -^DKESDAT; tfOVEM&ER" 21 1900  o  la  BfllllF MONTfiBAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  REST      7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. George tA. Drummond Vice-President  E. 8. Clouston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Streets,  A. H, BUCHANAN, Manager.  Bronchos In London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and all the prinolpal cities in Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers,  Gi-nut Comrnorclal and Travelers Credits,  avullablo in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Modo, Eto.  Saving's Bank Branch  CURRENT RATK.OK 1NTKRKHT PAID.  0PINI0N3 SIXTEEN YEARS  AGO.  Victoria Colonist.  A few extracts from the report  and evidence bf the royal commission on the Chinese' immigration of  .1.8S4 nre given , below. Sixteen  years later a similar commission  has been appointed to perforin a  like service, and it is to be hoped  with a better method than was employed by its predecessor. " I?ew  people had any faith in the commission of 188*1. ,In Victoria a pub-  lie meeting was held on August  11th, to which the commissioners���  then in the city���were invited but  declined to attend.' Tlie following  sentencefrom resolutions passed at  this meeting is expressive of the  public feeling against the commission: "This meeting is of tho  opinion that the appointment by-  the Dominion government, at this  stage of the question, of commissioners to enquire into the subject  instead of legislating as requested,  is uncalled for and superfluous and  is equivalent to doubting the correctness _of the information supplied through our constitutional  representatives."  Sir-Matthew Begbic, chief justice  of British Columbia: After all that  I have said about Chinamen, I" can  lay no more claim to consistency  than anybody else in British Columbia. They are generally abused,  and yet everybody emploj's them.  1 have asserted their good qualities;  but I have never in twenty-six  years had a Chinaman in my house,  an expensive whim that nobody  else has indulged in.  E, V.-Bodwell: The wages paid  forwhite labor is.about $2 per day  on tlie average, and the cost of living 3?>); per cent greater than in  Ontario. . . .- No,matter what  price a white man will .do a job for  ' a"Chinaman will "undertake/it' for,  say 25 per cent less; but having  driven the white laborer from the  field competition ceases, and having ho competition they .are not  slow to take advantage of their  monopoly of labor privileges.  John A..BraeIe'y, a Victoria worlc-  ingman: Contractors employ Chinese, .not because their labor is  cheaper than white labor, but because they give less trouble about  pay, food, or lodgings than white  men..  . James B. Kennedy (New West-,  minster): Look at one of our sawmills employing other labor than  Chinese. In the immediate neighborhood there springs up quite a  village, with stores, schoolhouse,  church and other places of public  benefit; while a cannery with the  same capital in vested,, and employing mostly Chinese, will only show  ^one^large^barn-like^building^nfor^  their use. -  Nanaimo Trades. Association : To  be consistent, ** either the Chinese  should be placed in possession of  immense tracts of coal lands and  be permitted to ;Compete with our  capitalists, or that wo like those  capitalists should be placed beyond  all fear of competition with them.  Rev. Philip Dwyer, A. M, Victoria: The term "agitation" is  hardly the term which strictly applies to designate the feeling and  action in this case, "Self defence"  would explain the principle more  accurately.  Henry George, San Francisco :  The essential thing about Chinese  laborers is that they are cheap, and  an injury, by reducing the rate of  wages, and not lowering the price  of the article they produce.  No universal national feeling can  arise or exist in any country which  allows its labor to become degraded.  ���Prom statement of: Knights of  Labor, Nanaimo.  ���Hon Huang Sic Chen: The  Chinese are charged with the habit  of opium smoking, and-'this habit is  said to be demoralizing. If this  charge is .true, who is to blame:  The Chinese who use the vile drug,  or the ^English who introduced it  and forced the trade upon us in  defiance of the .repeated protests of  the Chinese government?  Mr. Buuster, M.P.P.���The feeling  of the masses of the people in Brit-  is h Columbia is strongly against  Chinese. I now refer to the people  who manufacture and the people  \v ho ace trying to build up the  country, and  the merchants  and  THE BANK OF  BRITISH   COLUMBIA  NELSON  Is now prepared to issue Drafts and  Letters of Credit on Skaguay, U. S,,  Atlin, B. C, and Dawson City, N. W. T.  Imperial Bank of Canada  HEAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  others*, aside from what I call the  snob aristocracy. There are a few  ���would-be aristocrats who like to  put on frills, and they are fond of  having Chinese servants.  Sergeant Flewin: Their promises  (Chinese) are filthy, and their urine  is kept in barrels and tins, on tho  premises, and which is used for  fertilizing. They never take it  away uutil the vessels are full,  which aro than taken Off by Chinese  gardeners.  Municipal and provincial tax collector W. K. Bull said'that there  was about 3000 Chinese in Victoria  in 1884, but ;he was only able to  collect taxes from 750, the rest  evading payment.  He holds the balance of power  (the Chinaman) against Bridget, as  he does against trades unions.���F.  A. Bee, for the Six Companies,  Chinese claimed that the Six  Companies which are responsible  for bringing Chinamen to this  country charge nothing for transportation, but collect 2J per cent of  all the earnings of Chinamen after  they have arrived and during their  stay in this country.  As rebuttal of this the -Hon. John  .Robson, provincial ^secretary, asserted on the authority of the principals.of railway companies employing Chinese that wages were paid  not to the individual workers, but  to.the-companies, who only turned  over a portion of it to the Chinese  laborers.  Mr. Tuckfleld, of a local br.anch  of the Knights of Labor, appeared  before the royal commission, but  the chairman" (Hon. J. A. Chapleau)  declined to recognize the association as a legal body. Mr. Tuckfield  handed to the commission resolutions of the laboring classes pointing a way the commission could get,  atthe evil of the Chinese," but the  chairman said they could not investigate anything, concerning the  duties of the government or the  commission. The commission,' however, condescended to hear Mr.  Tuckfield (briefly) as a member ofva  committee of the working classes.  Mr. Booth, president of the.-spciety-,  was afterwards examined, when  Hon. Mr. Chapleau said he wouldn't  have time to hear him, and suggested he should put his views in  writing.and send them to Ottawa.  Senator Cornwall: Q.���How do  Chinese compare with whites in  point of intelligence? A.���Well,  that depends on what you call intelligence. If by that term you  mean smartness in the way of  roguery, I think they can hold  their own with any class.  Dr. Melnnes, M.P.P.: Q.���How  long do they remain (Chinese) in  the country ? A.���They generally  remain from five to .ten years.  Whenever they save from $500  to $1000. .- . . they can go back  to China nnd buy half a dozen  wives.  Senator Macdonald: It costs a  white man 50 cents a day to live in  British Columbia. . . . white  =labor=must=**--como"=do*^"r"iu��� pficeT  They prefer to be idle (white men),  unless they are starving, rather  than take less than the sum of $2 a  day. I have offered white men  $1.50. a day and they have declined  it, and consequently I have been  forced to employ Chinamen at a  low rate of wages ($1.25 a day.)  Sell on Merit.  FortSteele Prospector.  There is a growing tendency on  the part of the prospector to sell  his claim on its merits rather than  what he thinks it may be worth  with development. A good surface  showing does not necessarily mean  a good mine; this is for the mine  investor to find out. The stock  manipulator will pay more for a  prospect, or rather promise to pay  more, than the man who is in  legitimate mining, for the reason  that in one case the development  depends entirely on the sale of  stock, and in the other for this purpose comes from the pocket of tho  investor. At the present time, and  for several previous years, mining  the public has been the favorite  method, but this idea is gradually  giving way to. the commercial aspect of tliecase and it will be difficult hereafter to form companies on  a ten-foot hole in the ground with  the issue of meaningless prospectuses. Once on a legitimate basis,  the mining industry will forge  ahead and make British Columbia:  the wonder of the world, and East  Kootenay will come in for its share  of the great prosperity that is  coming.        .           Thirty-four million dollars was  contributed last year to India.  Capital Authorized $2,SOQ.00O  Capital Paid up $2;458;603  Rest  $'i;700;000  D, it. Wllkie, General Manager.  E. Hay, Inspector.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, .221 -Baker 'Street  J. M. LAY. Manager,  A Noted Salvation Amy Officer.    .  Colonel Jacobs from Toronto and  second in command oi'theSalvation  Army forces in Canada, will visit  Nelson on Thursday and F-riday of  this week to conduct large -and -interesting services in the barracks  on Victoria street. The colonel is  anoficer of -many years standing,,  having served the Army in different  capacities, both in Scotland and in  this country, and is everywhere  noted for his daring, go-ahead  spirit in the cause lie has espoused.  He is not only a hard worker behind the scenes, but is a very effective platform speaker, always  arousing interest and enthusiasm iu  the hearts and minds of his audiences. His meeting here on Thursday night will take the form of a  "Welcome." On Friday night he  gives his interesting lecture "Too  High and Too Low." This will be  illustrated by pictures especially  prepared for the subject. The  colonel will be accompanied by-  major Horn from Toronto and  major Hargrave from Spokane.  Surpassing*  Display in  Fall Suitings  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  HOTEL,  Large stock of high-class Imported goods. A  specialty of the squaro shoulder���the latest  fashion in coats.  LADIES' TRIMMED HATS  _Ejidjess_y a ciety.  And Prices to Suit.  MRS. e. Mclaughlin,  JOSEPHINE STREET.  MRS. A. HALT0N.  FINE DRESSMAKING A SPECIALTY  MADDEN BLOCK.  MRS. ENFIELD'S  . . . for fine ...  HALL  BLOCK,   NELSON.  E P. Whalley, J. P.  NOTARY PUBLIC  Office with O. W. West & Co., corner HaU and  City office of the Nelson Sodawater Factory,  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner Vlotoria and Kootenay Streets.  P. O. Box 559. TELEPHONE NO, 96  DR. ALEXANDER FORIN  OFFICE ANn RESIDENCE  Silica   street, between Ward and  Josephine streets.  Telephone 120.  MUSIC. ~  Mrs. D. B. Murray, graduate In vooal and.instrumental music, is now prepared to receive  pupils for instruction In voice culture, Italian  method, also piano and organ.  For terms and further particulars apply room  5, A. Macdonald building, corner Josephine and  Vernon street,  ���J--%<~*_Z ��__*���^��__>^-l ��^��^ \__%��{=?4 ��^'��^ ^---^iF*^ ��f��^��^^  ��� t*i ���A;c*v��^ii ��<:"*"** "t**i ��� ,"-**i -'**-> ��� *^*a ��^*--i ��� *c*2k ���*5"-*** o,s-"*-l "^-"-s, ������^***�� ���""*v"-"*1'"-"���'  ���'=*>;S"-),<s"*"*a"!3=S *��^I^%1^% i^i-^ Ic^i^<^ k^ir***^ <^!cr-*--,  ���^ '(^'fi^' (^3 . (z3' <��*-*������ ��_? ��� ��Z>' c_z?' ��_z?% (=?��� (^�� c^' <--?' f-?' C-3* ��-?'��=>,  Established in Nelson in 1890.  ARE NOW ARRIVING EACH DAY.  . OAK WARE ,.     CUTLERY  Imported  Direct from France.  Imported  Direct from Sheffield, England.  Imported  Direct, from Sheffield.  CALL AND INSPECT THEM BEFORE THEY GO.  From now, until after the Holidays, All Engraving will be Done Free  JACOB  DOVER,  The  Jeweler  BAKER  STREET,  NELSON.  All Watch anc* Jewelry Repairing Guaranteed. Mail Orders Receive our Prompt Attention.  m-  _^"V*C-5v ���<"-** ���<----;�� ��<C*^��^ ��<C-^��^--\��t--i��t-�� ��^ %^ ���*"--**,'^i?" ^ ���'^V***"*'���"*���-�����  ���M  ���****> ���^���^t^i^l^^ ^?^<^ 2=^<^ i^%<^ 2=^2=^ 1~^<^ i-^^-?"  ���"^V^-^o c^J"(z3* ��_? ��� a_J' C-3 *(Z-��' C-3'C-3' <Z3 -��-��' c3%CZ?' c_3m(Z3*cZ9'  ELECTRICAL MACHINERY  c Transformers <���   '"  Telephones, Bells  Annunciators, Lamps  GAS AND ELECTRIC FIXTURES  o  HOT WIRE ARC LAMPS  FOR INCANDESCENT CIRCUITS.  CLING SURFACE BELT DRESSING  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY ELECTRIC  SUPPLY & CONSTRUCTION GO.  A FULL LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen' Doors  Windows"   ������  Inside Finish  local and,coast.  Flooring  local and coast,   .  Newel Posts  Stair'Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough mnd  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds,  IV WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WE WILL MAKE IT FOR TOP  CALL AND GET PRICES,  J. A. Sayward  SALT, AND TAKE STREETS, NKLSON  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON=STREETS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  Stock  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico LumberCo. Ltd.  CT WTWest & CoT  COAX.!      WOOD!  $9 Q5 I Cro**~*'8 Nest  Hard Coal        __ IK1. .__..  Anthraolte       9a.\Hi | coal  _0___T_,T'VXn__l_BnD  $6.15  AGENTS IMPKRIAL OIL COMPANY, Ltd.  No order can bo accepted unless iiccompanlod  by cash.    Office:   Corner of Hall  and JJukcr Street*.   .  TELEPHONE 33.  Lethbridge Gait Goal  The beat value for the money In the market  for.all.purposeB.  terms cash     W. P. TiKRNKT, General Agent  TfllBDhonn U7.    Offiav* with O. D. J. OhrlsMo  ENGINEERS.  CHARLES PARKER���Mining and milling engineer.  Turner-Boeokh Block, Baker street,  Nelaon,  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWERS AND BOTTLERS 0~  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompb and regular  delivery to fihn trad*  Brewery at Nelson  rTTrrmTTTmnmnnriiirniiiiiiiMiiinrmmir  JUST   ARRIVED  A Car Load of  Allen's Apple Cider.  THORPE & CO.  i_j___iii____j_iix_x_iixiiiiix:isijiit!iitxixtxx_x__zit  H. D.   ASHCROFT  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended bo by a  flrat-oTass wheelwright,  Speolol attention given to all kinds of repairing and custom work from outride points.  Shorn   -firn.1' ��**.   hntiwawjt  Rakaar  *nd Vnrnon,  NOTICE OF ASSIGNMENT.  Pursuanl, to the " Creditors' Trust Deeds Act"  nnd Amending Acts.  Notice 1�� hereby given that Charles Trnmb'ill  and Alexander John McDonald, la'ely cnrrylnK  on business as Tobacco and Cigar Merchants lithe City of Kaslo, British.Columbia, in partnership under the Arm name nnd flt>le of Trumbull  & McDonald, by deed of assignment for the bone-  tit of en dltor.s, noarlng da'o tie 23rd day of October, A. D; 1900, have assigned nil their and eiich  of their pers'inal estate, credits nnd ed'octs which  mny he soized aul sold under execution nnd all  their and each of theli' real estate unto Kuhert.  McLean, of lhe said city of Knslu, mill innnaitor.  in trust, to pay nnd salf-fy ratably or.proportionately nnd without preference or priority all the  creditors of them, tho said Charles Trumbull and  Alexander .lohn McDonald, or of cither of them,  tlielr.lustdobts, according to law.  The said deed ot n��slgnmcnt was executed by  the Enid Alexander John MoDonald on tho 23rd  dny of October. A. D. WOO, and by the said  fharloa Ta-timhnu on the BSth day of October, A.  D. 1000, nnd by thouaid Uoboit "VIcI,cnn on the  !'7th day of Octoocr, A. D. HKil).  All persons having clainiB ngninst the sniil  Charles Trumbull nnd Alexander .lohn McDon-  nld or against cither of.tnem are .reriulred on or  before the .'JOIh day of November/1900, to deliver  to tho trusteo vouchers and particulars of the  sam , tottether with particulars of any security  which may bo held by them therefor.  And notieo is hereby.givon that after the said  30th day of Novembor,:iUO0, the trustee will .pro-  coed to distribute the assets among those pan 103  who are entitled thoroto, having reuard only to  the claims of which he shall then have hud due  notice.   ���  A meeting of the creditors will ho held at the  ofllce of McAnn & McKay, Front street, in the  said city of J.Casio, on Thursday, the 15th ilay;of  November. 1900, nt the hour of three o'clock.in  the afternoon.  Dated at Kaslo tho 27th day of October, A. V.,  1900. McANN & MCKAY"  Solicitors for the Trustoo  LAND   NOTICE.  Notice is hereby given, that sixty days after  date I intend to apply to tho gold commissioner  for a lease on crown lands, situate in West Kootonay district, about ten miles from tho city of  Kaslo, in a northerly direction, consisting of 100  ncresof unoccupied crown lands, commencing nt  a post marked C. P. Ia., thence north on tho lake  front 80 chains, thenco west 20 chains, thence  south 80 chains, thenco enst 20 chains to place  ind post of commencement.  Ward Bros.  ...REAL  ESTATE.AIMD .  INSURANCE AGENTS  Agents for J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  Bogustown)   Fairview   Addition.  CANjBLE & O'REILLY  Baker Street  REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE  AGENTS  FOR RENT  G-roomcd house and bath, together with kitchen,  range, complete with hot and cold water. Observatory street, magnificent view; rent. Including water rate, $25 per month.  fl-roomeo house, corner -Cedar and ���Carbonate  streets: 820 pc* month.  fi-roomed house, Hume Addition : 81,1 por month.  4-roomed cottage, Ooro street 812.50 por month.  9-roomed house, corner of Mill and Hall streets;  $30 per month, from 1st r>.oven*;oer.  Rents collected.   Loans made.  Agents for British Columbia Permanent laoan  &_Savings-Cotnpany.   D. J, Dewar, J. P.  Notary Public���Conveyancer.  TOR SALE     ':-,-.  .  Uakoi- street property at a bargnln; 50 feet'on:  Vernon street, near Hall, with houses renting  for ��40 per month: only >"2.500.  7-rooin house, Stanley street and Mines road,  beautiful location; gl.^fio; $.100 cash.  Fine largo house and lot on Cnrbonato street for  *2.000, i-asy terms, 8;- interest.  House nnd two lots. Ward anil Houston street,  31,075, easy terms.  2 nice building lots. Mill streot, $fi00.  TO REt'T.  Nicely situated boarding houso.  7-room house, with lmth, Slnnloy sln-nt, 32;->.00.  7-room houso in Hume addition, $20, This houso  lias full modc.-u convenience?.  Office In  Mndden Block  D. J. DEWAR  WINING STOCKS  BOUGHT AND SOLD  Richelieu. 1000  FOR SALE.  E  ARCHITECTS.  WART &  CARRIE-Architoota.    Rooms 7  and 8 Aberdeen block, Baker streot. Nelson.  Largo hotel, furnlsliiod complete throughout,  in a good live town ; roasonable terms.  A complete sot of tinner's tools.  CALL ON  H. A. Prosser  BROKER. WARD STREET  FOR SALE-CHEAP  Six lots corner Observatory nnd  Hall streets  drained and cleared for building.  Charles St. Barbe, Agent  MONEY TO LOAN  AT 7 PER CENT  ON BUSINESS PROPERTY  Apply Q. Ii. HmUOli, ���SoUoltwr. NH*m a  0'  TRADES   UNIONS.  ���fafBLSON MINERS* UNION NO. 86, W. F. o  ���*���' M.���Meets In miners' union rooms, north-  oast corner Victoria and Kootenay streets, every  Saturday evoning at 8 o'clook Visiting mom  bers welcome, m. R. Mowatt. President. Tame  Wilkes, Secretary. Union' Scale of WaaGEa  kor NEr.soN District���Per shift, machine  men, $3 50- hammersmen minors, $3.23; muckers,  carmon, shovelcrs and other underground labor-,  ers, $3.00,  TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL.���The rogu-  lar meetings of the Velson Trades and Labor.  Council will be held in the miners' union hall,  corner of Victoria and Kootenay streeta, on the  flrst and third Thursday of each month, at  7.30 p. in. G. J. Thorpe. President J. H. Mathe  son, Secretaiy. >-  'T'BQI regulai meetings of the Carpenters' Union  ���"-   are neld on   Wednesday   evening of each  week, at 7 o'clock, in tho Miners' Union hall cor  o��r victoria aud  Kootenay streets.   R.   Robin ,  son. President.   James Colling, Secretarj  OARBERS* UNION.-Nelson Urnon, No. 1SW, of  J-' the International Journeymen Barber s Union of America, meets eveiy flrst and third Monday of each month in Minor's Union HaU, cornea i  of Victoria and liooteuny streets, at 8:30 p.m  shaip Visiting brofhors cordially invited to  attend J. H Matheson, President. W S. Bel-  ville, Secrotary.  BRICKLAVE-RS AND MASONS' UNION.  The Bricklayers and Masons' International  Union No. 3 of Nelson meets second and fourth  Tuesdays in each month at Miners Union balL  J. W. .Etcher, president; Joseph Clark, recording  and corresponding secretary.  LABORERS' UNION.-Nelson Laborers' Pro  tective Union, No. 8121, A. F of L., meets in �����  Fraternity Hall, Oddfellow's block, corner of'Baker and Kootenay streets, every Monday evening  at 7.30 p.m. sharp. Visiting members of the Amen-  .can  -Federation   cordially  invited   to attend.*'  James Mathew. President.   John Rohorts.~��ro-  coramg secrotary.  VTELSON PAINTERS' UNION-The regular  *-' meeting of the Painters' Union is held  the flrst <tnd third Fridays in oach month at Mln  ers' Union hall at 7:30 sharp. J. H. Mill-ward,  President; Will J. Hatch. Secrotary.  PLASTERERS' UNION-Tho O. P. I. A.tNo.  172, meets every Monday evening in the  Elliot blook, corner Bakor and Stanley streets, at  8 o'olock.   J. D. Mover, president: DonaldfMc-  'jAft-n   oaaamaf'ai.rv  CiOKS' AND WAITERS' UNION���Regular  meetings on tho second and fourth Thursdays of each month, nt S o'clock in Miners' Union  hull. Vlsting biethcin cordially invifed. C. F.  Hell, president, J. P. Foresteli, .socretory-  treaHiirer. * *^  &  FRATERNAL   SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE. NO. 88, A. F. ft A. M.  Meets second Wednesday In each month.  Sojourning brethren,Invited.  KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAB-r Nelson Lodge, No,  25, Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O.V.  Hall, cornor Baker .and Kootenay streets, every  Tuesday ovening at 8 o'olock. visiting Knights  cordially Invitea to attend. F. J. Bradley. O. C;  J. A. Paquette, K. of R & S.  NELSON L. O. Ij, No. 1692 meets In I. O. O. F.  Hall, corner Baker and Kootenay streets,  lst-and Srd-Frlday-of-eaoh-month.���Visit"  brethern cordially Invited. R. Robinson, W;  ,W. Crawford, Recording-Secretary.  SHERIFFS SALE.  Province of British Columbia, Nelson, In We��  (Kootenay, to wit:  *By virtue of a writ of fierl-facias. Issued out of  the Supre,mo Court of Brltith Columbia, at tho  suit of the Hank of Montreal, plaintiff's, and to  me directed, agaiosl tho goods and chat  tela of tho Two Friends Mine, Limited  Liability, defendant", I have seized and  takc> in execution all the right, title and interest)  of the said defendants, Two Friends MlnoiLlm-  I ted Liability, in the mineral claim known as  and called "Two FrIonds,"situnted on tho divide  between Lemon and Springer creek*), on the oast  slope of Lemon creek, located on tho.'llstday of  July, A. IJ. 189*��. nnd recorded In tho otllce of tho  mining recorder for tho Bloeim Cily Mining Division of the We-1, IvOotonny Ulstrlc , on the'lOth  dny of August, A. D. 1S*V5; and nlbo all the right  title und interest of tho said defendants. Two  Friends aMlno, Limited Liability, In sKty (GO) toiw  of ore, more or less, mined from the mineral  claim "Two Kriends," nnd now upon tho property: To recover the quin of two thousand and  clghly-nlne dollars nnd eighty-five cents (82.089-  .85) together w lth interest on two thousand and  eighty-nix dollars and thirty llvo cents ($2080 .Ti)  at sl\ per centum por annum, from the SCthday  of September, 1000, until pajment, besides (.her  Iffs poundage, olliccr's fees, and all other legnl  incidental cxponscs' All of which I shall expose  for sale, or sulllciont thereof to satisfy said-judgment, dobt, and costs, at the front of my ofllco  next to the court house, in tho city ot Nelson, Ii.  C, on Friday tho 20th dny of October, A. D.. 1000  nt tho hour of eleven o'clock in tho forenoon.  Notk.���Intending purchasers will satisfy themselves as to interest, and title of the said defendants. . _ . .  ���Dated at Slocan City tho 12th day of October,  S. P. TUCK, Sheriff of South Kootenay-  The above sale Is postponed until Monday, tho  2fith day of Novomhor, WOO, at the same place  ami hour. ,    .��� ,��� S\P;TUPK'  Sheriff of South Kootenay.  NOTICE.  Rossland, B. C. Novomber Dili, 1900.  To F. B. Sausiiuky : ���  Notice Is hereby given that I, William Griffiths,  intend to claim the Interosts in the following  named mineral claims formerly held by-F. B.  Sallsbury.'on which ho has neglected to pay his  shnre of tho expenses of the annual assessment  work.  To wit:  Aonc-hnlf (') interest in the "Bunker ��� Hill"  mining clnim.  A one-half (J) interest in tho "Sullivan"* mining  claim.  Aonc-hnlf (') Interest in tho "Fidelity"mining  claim.  All the adjoining claims, situated o tho wosb  fork of tho north fork. of Salmon river, in the  Nolson Mining Division,  This action is taken under Section 11 of Chapter ib, of the statutes of 1899 and amendments ot  1906, WILLFAM B. TOWNSEND,  Agent for WllllAm Griffiths,  *&\  '>l-*:|  a f\  ���r. 1  ''.31 THE -OMBTJlrisV NELSON,'B."<C WEDNESDAY '^OTEMBEiR; '21 'Mo  1:3  n  Received Direct from the Makers  HOUSEHOLD SYRINGES  FOUNTAIN SYRINGES  COMBINATION  SYRINGES  HOT WATER BOTTLES  and all classes of Rubber Goods.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  Wholesale and Retail Druggists  and Dealers in Assay ers' Supplies.  VICTORIA  BLOCK,  NELSON  .. Fit-Reform Clothing..  LEADS  IN  PUBLIC  FAVOR.  Keep this in mind'l'when buying your Winter Suit. We  are now carrying a complete stock of Fit-Reform makes  and can ensure satisfaction. See our magnificent lines  of fancy vests.   The very  latest in style and pattern.  The Nelson Clothing House  217 AND 210 BAKER STREET, NEIaSON.  STOVES!       STOVES!  We are sole agents for the celebrated  COLE'S HOT BLAST HEATERS  Will burn anything.   Results unequalled  ��n any line of heaters.  LAWRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  i-fi Genuine_Acme Spring and Hockey Skates in i\\  '"'     y - -'-" 7*~ '���' "���        " ��� ������������    to'  ��� all sizes, for Boys, Ladies and Men. j\\  to    to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  McLachlan Bros.  to  to  to  '^___l___.t__._______lt__^___.___.t__Z__.t_.''  ^������aaS.-S.^.'P.^.'aT-C.C.'S.'^^'v  ��*aSdd#  i'(=>'t  WHEN  YOU  WANT   SOMETHING   NICE.#  % FOR ^  Christmas or  w  to  Wedding Presents    -j  p.  CALL EARLY AND MAKE YOUR SELECTION ||  FROM  OUR   NEW  STOCK OF #  w  Exquisite        i  ....China   i  .to  Make   your   selections early   and, if  desired, we will pack %.  and store any articles until Christmas, gk  to  *****_\*_\_l*_t*t.St.Zt*  to  to Remember our stock of Groceries is as large and complete to  to as ever.    In prices we lead; in quality we excel. to  I*****************  'to  WM. HUNTER & CO.  to  to  Groceries, Crockery.  ABERDEEN BLOCK, BAKER STREET.  .NELSON  ^@6*@eg5@g��gi����   $^mmmmm&&^��  to  to  3  $  aKS-JS-SJ-SSi I IT COSTS BUT ONE CENT  I OUR CLOSESTS  ARE NOISELESS  To drop ua a post card that -we may call and give estimates.  It saves many dollars.  Never  have any plumbing done until you have seen our goods and our prices.  CITY LOCAL NEWS  The report from the rink is that  sufficient ice has been made to secure au excellent bottom and that  the surface is now being prepared.  Tlie bazaar at the opera house  under the auspices of the ladies of  the Catholic church was well  attended yesterday and the sale of  fancy goods was lively. The affair  will be continued today.  Duncan McLean and Miss Florence Ethel Gardner, both of Ainsworth, were married yesterday at  the residence of T. C. Gray, Silica  street. Rev. Robert Frew, pastor  of St. Paul's Presbyterian church,  officiated.  The storm ou the lake and west  arm is over, and the ^weather sages  look for a rise in temperature  shortly to be followed by a winter  resembling that of '9S-*90. The  storm was in some respects one of  the worst in years.  Robert Irving of Kaslo was < in  the city yesterday. He is manager  of tlie K. R.--& N. company's lines  and was in the city on business  with the G. P. R. The new time  card between Nelson and Spokane  and Kaslo and Spokane has not  been made0public as yet.  The Nelson plumbers have not  been as busy as might have been  expected in view of the sudden cold  wave whicli struck the city. While  there have been a number of cases  of frozen pipes the aggregate is not  nearly as large as has been the case  on ..previous? occasions.       ,.'.'������  McVeigh Brothers have a gang of  men at work building the approaches for the new bridge at  Robson. When these are completed  a track will be put down so that  contractor Gunn can lay down  material for the piers and abutments on the edge of the river.  The reception to young men at  the new Congregational church tonight is open to all and promises to  be successful. On Sunday the Con-  gregationalists worship in their  new church for the first time, and  on December 23rd the dedication  services will be held, when Rev. Dr.  George of Montreal will be present.  The contract for the plumbing at  the cottage addition to the general  hospital has been let to TIebden  Brothers while William Lawr's  tender for plastering has been  accepted. The cold snap has interfered with the work on the cottage,  but building-operations are to be  recommenced when the weather  relents.'  The local hockey enthusiasts are  beginning to bestir themselves and  discuss the prospects for the season  'which might have been started  already had the cold snap been  anticipated. It does not seem  likely that Nelson will have two  distinct hockey clubs this winter as  the general opinion seems to favor  a combination of forces with two  sevens under one management.  Professor Robertson of the agricultural department at Ottawa will  pay his brother, Robert Robertson,  of Nelson a visit this week. . When  here:he will deliver a lecture on  "Technical Education," in the school  room of the Presbyterian church.  There will be no admission fee  charged, as the lecture is under the  auspices of the Women's Council.  A number of interior changes  have been made recently at the fire  "hltllr==ATiTO"-Jg'tlresl-ris=the=fi  sitting room whicli has been connected with the office by an arch-  . way. In front of the chemical  wagon the floor has been lowered  to make a graduated descent to the  door instead of having the wagon  begin the descent to the street from  the door.  Marsh Adams of Kaslo, who died  at the Sisters' Hospital in Spokane  this week, was a native of Ohio,  and came to British' Columbia from  Sedalia, Missouri, where his relatives reside. He was chief of police  of Kaslo for several years, and was  a popular official, being true to his  friends. Marsh, may you have a9  much pleasure in the next world as  yon had in this.  Provincial constable Young has  one interesting curio which he  picked up last summer below the  water line in the lake at Howser.  It is an ancient Indian corn grinder,  the smooth surface of which is  eroded by water in such a manner  as to indicate that the article must  have been immersed for Centuries.  There is nothing to indicate that  the Houser district was ever populated by Indians and the discovery  of the grinder is of unusual interest  for that reason.  OPPOSITE  P08TOFFICB.  STRACHAN BROTHERS, Plumbers  The Checker Tournament,  The fourth weekly meeting of the  Nelson Chess and Checker Club  took place at the club rooms last  evening, when the checker tournament was continued, the result  changing a little in the order of the  leaders. Two new members were  added last evening bringing the  membership np to 17.    The follow  ing is the position of the five leaders :  Per  Won Lost Coat  E. Smyth ' 2.V.           I' .850  .I.Hartlie '.'7*          U .-Sl.'i  J.Tuttie 1:1 Id M=>  II. Clark ....-...:.:. Hi- V2>, .XM  J. II. Wallace .....17' II' ..'.:����  The chess gamo by mail with .1.  R. Hunriex of Erie has now assumed  a very exciting aspect. A great  deal of thinking must now take  place, for one little error would  turn the game either way. At present honors seem even.  ARE MAKING A STRONG FIGHT  Against Pdying Damages.  The C. P. R. is vigorously contesting every inch'of ground in the  action of Fawcett vs. C. P. R., tho  suit brought by the parents of tho  late conductor Alfred P. Fawcett,  who received injuries at Robson  which resulted in his death in  October, 1S99. The case has been  progressing slowly but steadily and  is now in shape to go before, the  next sittings of-the supremo court  in Nelson.  The latest development arises out  of the'application made by R. S.  Lennie on Monday for an order instructing R. Marpole, general  superintendent, to make discovery  of documents iii-his possession relating to tlie matter at issue. A  similar order had .��� been granted  previously, but in the affidavit filed  by Mr; Marpole in reply thereto one  of the items .described was "a  certain bundle of papers numbered  from 1 to 10." The solicitors for  plaintiff did not..-regard this as  sufficiently explicit for the purposes  of action and secured the order for  discovery in order that the documents might be' 'enumerated. Yesterday R. S. Lennie was served with  a notice that the,, granting of the  order would be appealed and that  the appeal would be-argued at Victoria on the 28tli instant. The  C. P. R. claims that the documents  are privileged,, having been prepared for the information of the  company's solicitor in anticipation  of possible litigation.  PERSONAL.  .?���"  D. F. Brown of Spokane. is at the  Madden Hou.su. 0  C. R. Stewart of the  Silver  Hill  mine was- at tho Tremont, yesterday.  Frank Oliver, M.P., of Edmonton  and J. Pctincof Kainloopn are in the city today,  G. B.  Alkiusou   of   White wood,  Assiniboia, and J. R.'Varrcll of Oakland. California, arc guests at lhc_ Hotel Hume.  R. .T. Kirkwood bf Slocan  City  and J. Frank Collom; manager of the Arlington  mine at Slocan City, are registered at the Hotel  Phair.    BUSINESS   MENTION.  Cellar to Rent���Apply Merchants  Rank of Halifax.     __  Wanted���At Hotel Phair a good  steady man to act as yard man and night porter.  Everything must go at the Nelson Furniture Store before Noveniber 2ni.h.  Hack   calls left at   the   Pacific  Transfer barn on Vornon street. Telephone  call 35.  Don't forget the Nelson Furniture  Store has good values, in. lace curtains, -91.00  a pair.  For     Rent���Store   in   Tremont  Hotel block. Apply "to'-Malone & Trcgillus,  Tremont hotel.  For Sale���Piano by Evans Bros.,  Ingersoll. Cost 8395.00. Natural oak finish.  Wnat oll'ers I  Apply W, this ofllce.  There are still lots of good bargains in carpets at Tho Nelson Furnituro Store,  40 cents per yard and up..  Wanted���convenient to center of  _city=tw~f6oniF'and-biithroonif==:*.vithi=attend-=  ance, furnished or unfurnished.   "Write to A. M.  Johnson,' P. 0. box 80, city.^_-   THE CHAMBER OF MINES  SOUTHERN BRITISH COLUMBIA  (Kootenays and Yale)  NOTICE,  Tho Chambor of Alines wants thoroughly reliable correspondents In every camp in the districts of East and West Kootenay and Yale, to  whom reasonable compensation will be paid for  their services.       ,. ,.-  Correspondents wlilbe expected to furnish the  Chamber of Mines with all development going  on at tho mines, the instaliacion of machinery,  shipments of oro and value, nnd generally such  news as will attract tho attention of capitalists  and cause them to investigate and Invest.  Applications to bo addressed to tho  CHAMUElt OF MINES.  Southern British Columbia,  (Kootenays and Yale)  P. 0. Uox f.78. ROSSLAND, B. 0.  THE CHAMBER CF MINES  SOUTHERN  BRITISH COLUMBIA  (Kootenays and Yale)  NOTICE.  Applications will be received by the Chamber  of Mines, Rossland, B..C, until December 1st,  190 , for tlie position of secretary. The salary  will be 8160 .00 per year.  Applicants must have some literary nnd newspaper ex erlence and be well qualified to discharge the duties assigned to a secretary of a  Chamber of Minos.  References must accompany application.  Address:  CHAMBER OF MINES,  Southern British Columbia,';���  ."���:���   .....>   (Kootenays and Yalel  ...,',. ROSSL.AND, u.O.  __ , -i-~_ ; ;   "COMPANIES ACT 1897,"  Notice is hereby given that tho appointment of  John Mallison Williams as attorney of ' Tho  Chapleau Consolidated Gold Mining Company,  Limited," and of his substitute, Charles W.  Graham Browning, has been revoked, and that  Gabriel Iaticlcn Rooert Weyl, accountant of Nelson, B. C, has been appointed as tho new attorney ot the said company, and the registered  ofllce of tho company has been changed to Observatory street, Nelson, B. C.  ELLIOT'fit LENNIE.  Solicitors for the Company.  Paled this 20th day of November, A. D��� KWe.  ZHI.   B1TBBS  Sc   CO.  -N**E3LSO*ISr  ^ASLO  s^asriDo-N  STOVES!   STOVES!    STOVES!  HEATING STOVES, COOKING STOVES, AND STEEL RANGES  Sole Agents for tfie Original Cole's Hot Blast Goal Heaters  SEE OUR GUNS AND RIFLES  HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL KINDS OF AMMUNITION  Store, Corner Baker and Josephine Elrco  TRLKI'KONK 27  Christmas..  Presents...  Can be purchased to  advantage at the Sale  of Work and Bazaar  which the Ladies' Aid  Society of the Catholic  Church will hold in  the Opera House for  3-DAYS-3  .. . Commencing .. .  MONDAY, NOV. 19th  Lunch served daily from 12 to 2.  Dinner from 6 to 8 p. m.  Put Your   Heads Tog-ether  and compare notes as to who docs the best  laundry work in Nelson and you will find lhe  unanimous verdict of everyone in this oily In  thai our exquisite laundry work is unsurpassed  for its perfect llnish, ca**ofiil treatment, beauty  of color and general excellence. Wo don't allow  anyone lo touch "us for perfect laundry work.  -~TTO0yr|y  -"������V-i ���   "   '_   s<_^_.      !*���  '&$&(b  It Counts in Results  The particular housewife wants  the best materials for her cooking:  Nice Sweet Butter  Good Fresh Eggs  are our specialties. They ensure a delightful freshness in  all you cook, and attractive  daintiness when it is served  on your table.  KIRKPATRICK & WILSON  The Leading Grocers.  Telephone Ark      ���-^_W\7r. 185 Baker Street  m  to  to  to  ^���f^-S^-fi  m&m&&&m&m  TO  iff>  to  to  to  Contractors and       |  Builders |  Having disposed of our business to Mr. Ernest Mansfield, we flj  bespeak for him a continuance of that liberal share of patronage hn  which has been extended us during our career in Nelson. . We can ^  only say ,that those traits which have built up lor us and maintained l_\}  our reputation for reliable dealings will be continued throughout nr.  by the new Arm. We therefore take great pleasure In' recommend- ^V  Ing him to all our old customers, and also to any new ones who lu  may honor him with their patronage. jjn  Thanking you for past favors, jr)  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.      -j/  T. Q. PROCTER,     -. w  Late Managing Director        SO  Nelson, B. C, 5th October, 1900. ^  I Thirty-Five  1 Dollars . ...  "OPifWGnr -zrz.���-,       J_-*s-.  The KOOTENAY STEAM LAUNDRY  Telephone 128  ^*\\*&\\\\&9*_V&tt\\*_X*9**-<_\9^  itV  laV  ili  taV  \_  aaV  iii  ib  Hi  Hi  Hi  iii  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  ib  Hi  Hi  Hi  *_  H.  Hi  ib  ib  ib  Hi  ib  ib  ib  ib  .1*  to To the Public...  Let us show you our  special watch at $35  It is particularly good  value. Everyone warranted a perfect time-  . keeper.  Thin model, open face,  medium "size, and case  guaranteed to wear for  30 years.  " If Brown said so, It's  right."  T. H. BROWN  STANLEY PIANOS  178 Uaker Street  NelHon, B. C,  READY FOR WINTER  Just received a large  consignment of  .Englisl] Underwear.  UNSHRINKABLE.  Theol Madson  BAKER STREET.  B. G. EXPRESS  and Transfer Co,  Baggage and express moved to any part of the  city,   opeolal attention given to heavy teaming.  Olllce with tho Nelson "VVino Co., Baker streel.  GEO. F. MOTION, Manager,  Telephone 93,  to-  to:  to  to.  to  ���SL  Having taken over the business of the West Kootenay Brick & -to  Lime Company, Limited, of Nelson, I beg to ask for a continuance tm.  of the patronage which you have heretofore extended them. My-aVjpv  aim will be at all times to supply you with our produets at lowest W-*  possible prices. Being in a position to manufacture goods in larger ��M  quantities than before, we shall be able to supply the trade at a iim  lower figure. ; "^  It is our intention to install machinery to manufacture our to  marble products, and next season we shall be in a position to supply (h%  these products at reasonable rates. JJ&  We shall also keep on hand a stock of Fire Brick, Fire Clay, #$.  Tiles and Cement. ���        c ^ W  'Our Bricks and LimeiRock have taken the First. Prizes at the to  Spokane Industrial Exposition in 1899 and also this year.   We also 01  secured prizes last year and this year for Ornamental and Building ^f.  ;Stone.   -'���;���      '���.<-::; to  We are prepared to offer special rates to Contractors and to  Builders. .���.���-..-"....   .  ERNEST MANSFIELD,  for The Mansfield Manufacturing Company. (j(h  '#--  -. ' Successors to . '. ~  The West Kootenay Brick & Lime Co., Ltd.  Nelson, B. C, 5th October, 1900.  THE  BEST IS ANOTHER NAME  FOR. THE . .  ��  Brand"  TEAS, COFFEES,  SPICES,  EXTRACTS and  BAKING   POWDERS  Morrison & Caldwell  SOLE AGENTS.  The Red Front Grocery-  ,vw\VV����*<a*��  BAKER  STREET  ROSS.-UAINE>   BISQIlNBEIRirSfa  WORKS  cunliffbj & McMillan  Founders and  Machinists, Specialty of Ore Cars, Ore-Bin  Doors and General Mining Maohlnery.  List of eecond-hand machinery on hand, which has been thoroughly overhauled and Is as good  1 I2"*xl8" ToKersoll-Sargeant Air Compressor listed at 3 drills. ,        ;  1 Vn.Meal Air Receiver. 8'x3\ fl-lG" shell, %" heads, complete with all.fittings.  1 wVvl^m-^ba^vmier, f>'xl2\ i" heads, 82 3" tubes, tested to 18011. cold wator pressure,  C-l" heavy ''*<)" smokestack, and all oth-r flltting.s complete.  Watch tliU advertl oment for further lists, or write us before you buy for complete list.   We  may have just what you want.  AnentM for ICorthey Pumps.   Stock carried.  P.  O.  Box 198. THIRD AVENUE,  ROSSLAND.  DRINK BLUE LABEL BEER

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