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 ���'^s.,  |v;,;!  IA-**?-  II  LADYSMITH DISASTER CAUSED  By the Loss of Ammunition.  London,   November    1.���The    British  war office today made public a  despatch  received fi-om general "White,  describing  the operations of Monday.    It AA'as as fol-  Ioavs:    "Ladysmith,    October    31���7.50  p.m.���I took out fi'om  Ladysmith a  brigade   of   mounted  troops,  tAvo brigade  divisions   of   the   Roytil   artillery,   the  National field battery, and two bi'igades  of infantry  to  reconnoitre  in  foi-ce tho  enemy's main position to  the  north, and  if opportunity should  offer, capture the  hill    behind    Farquhar's    farm,   AA-hich  luul,     on     the     previous     day,     beeu  held     in     strength     by    the     enemy.  In     connection     AA'ith      thi->     advance  a column consisting or the 10th Mountjiin  artillery,   four   half companies   of   the  Gloueesters,   and   six  companies  of   the  lloyal Irish   Fusileers,   the   Avhole   under  lieutenant-colonel    Carlton    and    major  Adye, deputy assistant adjutant-general,  AA'as dispatched at 11 p. m. on the 2!)lh to  mai'ch by night up the spruit and seize  Nicholson's Nek,  or  some position  near  there,   thus  turning  the  enemy's  right  Hank.    The main  advance Avas  successfully carried out, the objecbof the attack  being found evacuated, and an artillery  duel between our field batteries and  the  enemy's guns in position and the Maxims  is understood to luive caused heavy loss  to the enemy.    The i-econnoisance forced  the enemy to fully disclose his position,  and lifter a strong counter attack on our  right, which  the infantry  brigade .and  cavalry    repulsed,    the     troops     Avere  slowly    Avithdi'iiAvn    to    camp,   pickets  being left oil  obscr\'ation.    Late  in   the  engagement, the na\'al contingent, under  captain   Lamb ton    of   II.M.S.   Powerful,  came into action and silenced, Avith tlieir  extremely accurate fii'e, the enemy's guns  in position.  "The circumstJincos Avhicli attended  the movement of lieutenant-colonel Carle-  ton's column iii-e not yet fully known,  but from reports l-eceived the column  appears to have carried out the night  match unmolested, until Avithin two  miles of Nicholson's Nek. At this point,  two boulders rolled down the hill and a  few rifle, shots stampeded the infantry  ammunition mules. The stampede  spread to the battery mules, Avhich broke  lose from their leaders and got tiAvay  Avith practically the Avhole of the gun  equipment and the greater portion ofthe  * regimental small-arm ammunition. The  reserve ammunition, aa as similarly lost.  The infantry battalions, hoAA'ever, fixed  bayonets,   and     accompanied   by    the  /**  'sr  V  ���^W^r*" r��r\A      _M  ���vw_- _-***- *���_��� 401  *,  THURSDAY MORNING, NOVEMBER 2, 1899.  PUBLISHED AT NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  DAILY (BY MAIL) ?6 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.  general White:     King's Rifles���4 killed,  13   Avounded.   Leicestershire regiment���  1   wounded,   9   missing.       Artillery���1  killed, 1 Avounded, 2 missing.     Mounted  infantry���27 missing. The last mentioned  Avere attached   to   the  squadron  of  the  18th Hussais AArho Avere entrapped by the  Boers    after    the    battle    of     Gleneoe.  They  aie  undoubtedly   captured   Avith  the      Hussars.        A     careful     calculation    of    the    British    lo->ses    in    all  the  engagements  since  the outbreak of  hostilities,     excluding     the     casualties  among the non-commissioned oflicci's and  men in Monday's disaster at Ladysmith,  Avhich aie thus far unknown hero, gives a  total of 01(5, to Avliieh probably  1200 will  need  to be  added   Avhen the details re-  gju'ding  the  Ladysmith reverse aro re-  ceiA-cd.    Tliis total is made up tis follows :  Officers 133, being  9 killed,  01  Avounded  .and   ."53  captured;    men  7S3,   being  137  killed, 492 Avounded and 151 captured.  WHO WAS IT THAT BLUNDERED?  4*  l\  from the Nek. Avibh but little  opposition. There they remained unmolested until morning, the time, being  occupied in organizing the defence of tho  hill and constructing stone laagers aud  walls as cover fi'oin fire. At dtiA\n a  skirmishing attack ou our position avjis  commenced by the enemy, but mado no  headway until 9:30 a. m., Avhen strong  reinforcements enabled them to rush to  the attack AA'ith great energy. Their fire  became very scorching aud two companies  of the Gloueesters, in an advanced position, Avas ordered tof.il! back. Tlie enemy  pressed, to short range, the losses on our  .side becoming very numerous. At 3 p.m.  our ammunition Avas practically exhausted, tiie position aams captured and  the sui-viA'ors of the column fell into tho  enemy's hands. The enemy treated our  wounded Avith hitiuauity. General Jou-  bei't tit once dispatched a letter to me,  offering safe conduct to doctors aud  ambulances to remove the Avounded. Medical officers tuuiHp^'ties'tol^i^ei' first-aid"  to the Avounded Avere despjitched to the  scene of the action from Ladysmith hist  night and the ambulances at diiAvn this  morning. The want of success of the column avjis due to the misfortune of the  mules stampeding aud the consequent  loss of the guns and small-arm and reserve ammunition. The official list of  casualties .and prisoners Avill be reported  shortly. Tho latter sire undei stood to  have been sent by rail to Pretotia.  "Tho security of Ladysmith is in no  way affected/*   Have Closed on Ladysmith.  London, November 1.���Tt is announced  today in a special dispatch from Ladysmith that the Boers closed in on that  place on Monday night, sending shells  into the British camp. The two guns  landed from the British cruiser PoAverful  opened fire on tho Boers at daAvn on  Tuesday. The Boers brought up more  guns, but some of them Avere silenced, a  40-pound gun being knocked clean off its  platform. It is added that the Boer los.s  must be heavy. The garrison of Ladysmith is described as being in good  spirits and confident, and the troops are  said to be full of fight. Tne artillery  duel avjis still in progress Jit night.  Fought Like Soldiers.  London, November 1.���The gloom  caused by the British ditister at Ladysmith avjis in a measure relieved by to-  dsiy's story giving the account of the heroic stand made by the decimated battalions until their last cartridges Avere gone.  An Estimate of the Losses.  London, November 1.���The war office  today issued the folloAving additional list  of   58   casualties   sustained   by general;  Yule's foi'ce from the time of the battle  of Gleneoe until ,it joined the  force, of  Were the Mule Drivers Tampered With?  London, November 2.���The queen is  credited Avith expressing her sincere sympathy for general White, and the officials  aro in no Aviso inclined to judge him  harshly. So far as the public is concerned, however, while gratification is  felt at the manner in Avhich the isolated  battolions surrendei'ed, there is still severe ci iticism for general White and lieutenant-colonel Carleton for itlloAving their  columns to get out of touch, for the ab-  sence of proper scouting, and for not retiring Avhen the ammunition avjis lost. In  favor of lieutenant-colonel Carleton, the  explanation is hazarded that he believed  it AA'as imperative to the success of general White's operations that he should  hold the position at Nicholson's Nek.  The Morning Post comments seA'erely  upon the British contempt for the enemy,  as shoAvn by the belief that the larger  Boer force at Acton Homes could be'held  in check by Carlton's small column. It  points out that even if the, British there  had been supplied with ammunition, they  could only have held out a few hours  longer,   inasmuch as   they were  in the  artillery   personnel, soiled a hill on the i mf *'pomplote sense ditched and because  left     side     of    tho - road,    two    miles N��obody  apparently at   Ladysmith  had  any idea of their distress or took measures to ivscue** them. The column Avas  sacrificed because it avus sent into action  gagged and blindfolded. It had neither  scout nor patrol. Twelve hundred tnen  Avere thrown aAvay for kick of cavalry,  Avhich could not jiave been missed iu tin-  other part of the field.  The Standard comments in similar  terms upon the "fact that general White  made no effort to extricate the column  from the impossible situation into AA'hich  he luid thrust it, and draws a picture of  the men hoping for relief, Jind then  realizing AA'ith bitterness of heart that  some'oue liad blundered; that they had  been forgotten by their general and his  staff, and nothing was left but surrender  and imprisonment iit Pretoria until the  end of the Avar."  The Daily Chronicle says "it is evident  that somebody had blundered, but more  particulars ai-e required before the balme  can be apportioned."  ���The -Times-sjiys:��� "The-dangers- of  generjil White's plans tire patent, even to  civilians, but it is not impossible that the  Cjipe boys iu charge of the Mountain  battery, avIio quite recently Avere suspected of disaffection, may have been  tampered Avith by the Boers; otherwise  such a large and comprehensive stampede  is a very extraordinary occurrence for  such a slight cause. Genentl White's  moA'einents, so far as they can bo understood from present information, is open  to criticism."   WILLING TO BEAR THE BURDEN  Of the Losses at Ladysmith.  Victoria, November 1.���[Special to the  Ti'ibune].���BetAveen the acts of tlie melodrama "In Old Kentucky," at the Vie-  torifi theatre tonight, Harry Helmcken,  colonel Giegory, senator Tern pieman and  Dtive Ker appeared upon the stage as  sponsoi's for this resolution : "Resolved,  that in the opinion of this representative  audience of the citizens of the City of  Victoria, the people of Canada would  vieAV Avitli hearty and symxiathetic appreciation an offer by the Dominion of  Canada to make good to the imperial  forces the loss of men recently sustained  at Ladysmith, and pledges that the City  of Victoria will do its full share in that  behalf." This was'carried amid tremendous  cheers by an audience which crowded the  house, aud Avill be Avired to sir Wilfrid  Laurier.    . Gratified at Canada's .fro*, osal.  London, November 2.���The morning  papers comment with the greatest satisfaction upon Canada's suggestion regard-,  ing the sending of a second contingent.to  South'Africa.. ' ,  REPORTED THAT GENERAL BULLER  Is ou the Way to Ladysmith.  London, November 2.���An unconfirmed  statement is  published  that general  sir  Redvers   Buller has left CapetoAvn for  Ladvsmitii.      A  belated   dispatch  from  Ladysmith,   describing   Monday's  fight,  says:  "A couple of squadrons of hussars  had a narroAV escape from disaster early  in the day.    They found themselves suddenly confronted within easy  range  by  tin   ovei'Avhelming  foico  of Boers,  avIio  seemed to spring from the bowels of the  earth.       The     hussars      were     splendidly   disciplined   and   Avere   extracted  Avith      only       one       man      wounded.  The Delagoa Bay cable route, combined  Avith the monopolization of the available  telegraph lines  by the government and  the  state officers, is  responsible for the  fact that nothing  further   has  arrived  from South Africa.   The government has  received dispjitches rectifying the casualties list.    They Avill be published today.  But  up  to midnight nothing  had been  received concerning Monday's casualties.  The Avar office officijils are working under  gi'eat   strain.     Captain   Perriott,  staif-  cjiptaiu  to the   military  secretary,  has  just died, his   end   being   hastened  by  anxiety and overAVork.  All Were Not Lost.  London, November 2.���A special despatch from Pieternmrit-burg, Natal,  dated Tuesday morning, says: "Stragglers from the Gloucestershire regiment  are arriving Jit Ladysmith. A number of  mules Avith a portion of the mountain  battery are also coming in."  ULTIMATE   VICTORY   CERTAIN  Prominent Public Men Speak.  London, November 1.���The earl of Sel-  bourne, under-seeretary of state for the  colonies, speaking at Dumfries today  said : "It is not the fault of the states-  ���men of the Transvaal that %ve have not  become embroiled Avith some European  power. If hostilities had not como when  they did, they would have come at some  moment of national danger anddifficulty.'\  Barou Tweedmouth, former parliamentary secretary to the treasury, speaking  at Edinburg, said: /'The public mind has  not been so moved since the dreadful  events of tlie mutiny in India. We, unfortunately, are warring AA'ith a ntitiou of  the same stock and religion as ourselves.  At this crisis iill hearts go out to the  bmve Boei.s and to the small British  army in Natal, wFiich, against fearful  odds, has peiformed magnificent feats of  valor. It is not the time to call our opponents mimes or to raise cries of vengeance, but to back up her majesty's ministers, who have jin aAvful responsibility  upon their shoulders."  The earl of Cjirriugton, Liberal, speak-  ing at Buckingham, gave expression to  virtually the same convictions.  The earl of Lonsdale, honorary colonel of  the third battalion ofthe Border regiment,  at a banquet gi\reu this evening at Whitehaven, declared his confidence in general  White,~the Britisli"cbinmaiidcr-in~ Natal,  and predicting a grand review in Pretoria next March. Referring to emperor  William's celebrated telegram to president Kruger, at the time of the failure of  the Jameson raid, loi'd Lonsdale ssiid:  "If his liiajesty's despatch had been  really imdeistood it would have luid ji  totally different effect. It avjis sent Avith  a view to allaying sores. It avjis not antagonistic to Great Britain. I have  pleasure to knoAV the vIoavs of the German emperor, and they are in accordance  Avith the vieAVs of England."  Lord George Hamilton, secretary of  state for India, speaking at Ealing this  evening, said: "Our ultimate victory is  certain, and Avhen the terms Avhich Ave, as  Aictor*-. AA'ill propose to the vanquished  Jire knoAvn, foreign nations Avill see that  the main cause Avhich has forced us to  embark upon this conflict is not a desire  for pecuniary profit, or for territorial  aggrandisement, but a determination to  emancipate a vtist territory for the common^ benefit of mankind from an ignoble  and degrading tyranny."  Lord Rosebery, toasting "The Army  smd Navy " at a banquet given this evening by tne lord piovost of Edinburgh to  the officeis of the Gordon Highlanders  and the Scots Greys, referred to the reverse in Natal, saying : " It is much to be  regretted, but in a considerable ciini-  paigu Ave must look out for such incidents. It is not in the nature of Britons  to take much notice of them. We had a  good many of the same kind and liave  /���fenerally got out right in the end. But  Avhatover happens, Ave mu&t sec this  thing through, even if it should cost still  more battailous and still more millions.  Some dfiy there��� -will be an inquisition as  to the preparations made for this Avar,  but the time for that is not now. Our  duty now is to support those who have  the direction of affairs."  IMPORTED  ITALIAN   LABORERS  Arrivft.at the Payne Mine.  Sandon, November 1.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���The    strike    in. the    Slocan  country has -returned  a   crisis,   and  the  Silver-Lead    Mine   Owners'   Association  has commenced importing Italian laborers from  the Pacific Coast states.    The  first consignment arrived  today for the  Payne   mine    from    Seattle,    Washington, being  sent in under  contract by a  Seattle employment agency to the Silver-  Lead   Mine   Owners'  Association.      The  citizens of Sandon  and members of the  miners' unions of Slocan  ai'e  very indignant, and will take steps to haA'e the Alien  Labor Law enforced.    Sir Wilfrid Laurier, solicitor-general Pitzpatrick, and HeAV-  itt Bostock, M.P. for Yale-Cariboo, AA'ill be  appealed to.    The provincial government  will also be asked to co-operate in securing the enforcement of the law.    No disturbance  is  looked  for, but the  miners  muke frequent mention of the belief that  the imported.laborers are brought in for  the purpose of inciting them to  violence.  A Eumor That is Discredited.  London, November 1.���In connection  Avith the rumor of the loss of the British  troops, the mime of the Peninsular & Oriental steamer (Nubia litis beeu mentioned;  but the company has not met tiny disasters, tind they say that the Nubia sailed  from Southampton, October 21st, for the  Cape of Good Hope, via St. Vincent, Cape  Verde Islands, Avliieh place she left on  Monday. The" rumor seems to have originated in Berlin on Monday, but nothing is  knoAvn of the matter here.  FUNSTON DENIES THE CHARGES  And Brings Suit for Libel.  Kansas City, November 1.���A despatch  to the pStar from Albuquerque, NeAV Mexico, says : " General Frederick Funston,  avIio is en route home Avith the -mustered  out Twentieth Kansas regiment, has  wired his Topeka jittorneys to bring proceedings against archbishop Ireland of  St. Paul for criminal .libel, because of  statements attributed to the archbishop  in-a recent iutervieAV. General Funston  also instructed his lawyers to begin criminal and civil prosecutions against the  Monitor, a Catholic paper of San Francisco, Avhich first printed the story."  In a recent iutervieAV in Chicago, archbishop Ireland avjis quoted as sjiying that  general Funston had been charged Avitli  looting Catholic churches in the Philippines. The charges alleged to have beeu  referred to by the archbishop Avere made  by the editor of the Monitor soon after  the landing of the Kansas troops in San  Francisco. The Monitor stated, it is .said,  that general Funston had taken tAvo magnificent chalices fiom a Catholic church  in the Philippines and sent them home to  his AA'ife. Archbishop Ireland, in his Chicago iutervieAV, AA'as quoted as calling  upon general Funston to deny the truth  of the article and sue the editor of the  Monitor for libel, or the public ay ouid be  obliged, agtiinst it.s Avill, to believe him  guilty of the criminal acts of_Avhich he_  has been accused.  A Hint to the Irish.  Irish soldiers Avcaring the red coats of  tho Bloody Saxons jire offered hen ps of  good advice by gatherings of their fellow-  countrymen in Dublin and elseYY'hei'e.  The tidvice not to enlist comes too late to  be useful to Irishmen already in the service. They are treated to a variety of  helps and hints, and the Dublin patriots eloquently opine that when the  Irish regiments see the green flag of  Erin flotiting side by side Avith the  flag of the Transvaal they Avill remember  that it is their day off and cease fighting.  The final burst of eloquence adorns the  prophecy that tiie Irish soldiers in the  queen's service Avill take mighty good  care to shoot over the heads of the Boers.  Solemn but frothy patriots at Dublin ignore the primeval emotions which govern soldiers, and the IrHi regiment is  not likely to be chased across lots by the  Boers, or shoot over the head*, of men  avIio are trying to kill them just to feed  their hereditary grudge against the  Bloody Saxon.    Capture of the Hussars.  The folloAving official account of the  capture of the sqttadion of the Eighteenth Hussars by tlie Boer* is given by  captain Hardy; "After the battle at  Gleneoe three squadrons of tlie Eighteenth Hussars, Avith tt Maxim, a company  of the Dublin Fusiliers tind a detachment  of mounted infantry, colonel Mocllcr,  commander, kept under cover of a ridge  north of the camp and tit 0:30 p.m. moved  doAvn toAvards Sandspruit. On reaching  the'open, the British force Avas shelled by  the enemy but without casualties. Colonel Moeller led his men around Tallinn  hill in a southeasterly direction, acrosn  V jin to! Drift road, captured several Boers  and saw the Boer ambulances -retiring.  Then Avith squadron B  of the Hussars,  the Maxim and the mounted -infantry he  crossed the Dundee-Vryheid raihvay aiid  approached a strong force of the enemy,  Avho opened ti hot fii'e, wounding lieutenant   Lachl.ii.     Our    cavalry   retreated  across the Viintz Drift road.    The Boers  pressing, colonel  Moeller held the bridge  for some time, but the enemy enveloping  his light, he fell back across the Spi-uit.  The Maxim stuck in a a. aterhole.    Lieutenant Kap aviis Avounded, three of the  detachment   killed   and   the   horses   of  major Greville and  captain Pollock Avei-e  shot  under them.    The  force finally reformed on a bridge  to the north,  Avhich  was held for .some time.    While captain  Hardy    avus   attending    to    lieutenant  Creuin,  Avho had been AA'ounded, colonel  Moeller's foi ce retired  into a defile, apparently  intending  to return   to camp  around  Impati mountain.     But  it Avas  not seen afterwai-ds.  ASSIZE  00URT_CIVIL  DOCKET  Cases Heard and Unheard.  The hearing of the case of Kerr vs. the  OddfelloAvs' Building & Investment Com-  ptiny Avas completed yesterday before  Mr. justice Martin. The case has now  simmered doAvn as to Avhat amount the  OAvners of the OddfelloAvs' block shall pay  to contractor Kerr as an extra through  being obliged to complete the building in  the Avinter, instead of during the fall, as  Avas contemplated Avhen the contract Avas  let. The evidence of Charles Hillyer wtis  taken upon this point to the effect that,  Avith the materials on the ground, the  contractor should be entitled to an advance of 10 per cent upon the contract  price for the uncompleted portion of the  Avoi'k.    Judgment Avas reserved.  The case of John McDonald vs the  Canadian Piicific Exploration Company  Avill be taken up today. This is au action  under the Employers' Liability Act, in  Avhich the plaintiff sues for $3000 for the  loss of a foot, AA'hich Avas injured in the  defendant's mine, the Porto Rico. The  accident in question happened on the  28th of January. The plaintiff claims  that Avhile engaged in clearing out a  ventilating shaft, under the direction of  the foreman of the mine, a quantity of  rock fell on his left foot, crushing it in  such a manner us necessitated amputation. t Macdonald & Johuson appear for  the plaintiff and A. F. MacNeill, Rossland, for the defendant company.  The case of Vans tone vs. BuckAvorth,  an action for damages for the nondelivery of stock in the Tamarac Mining  Company, has been adjourned to the next  sitting of the supreme court. The adjournment Avas one of the terms upon  Avliieh the plaintiff avjis permitted to  amend his pleadings. Mr. justice Martin  yesterday alloAved the defendant costs of  the adjournment in any event. S. S.  Taylor, Q. C, appeared for the plaintiff,  and R, M. Macdonald and J. F. Burne for  the defendant.  Gave the Officers Little Trouble,  Alan Forester, provincial constable tit  Robson, left this morning on the steamer  A.1 bertti-for the internntionfil "boundary,"  having in charge Milton O'Howell, who is  Avanted in Fergus county, Montana, in  answer to a charge of murder. Since his  arreat at Quesnelle Forks, O'Howell has  given the officers very little trouble. He  has preferred to reserve Jill his means foi-  his trial rather than Avaste them in the  useless struggle against extradition. At  the boundary he aviII be turned over to  the United States authorities.  TWO RIVER STEAMERS WRECKED  On the Yukon.  Victoria, November 1.���NeAvs aa-jis received by the steamer Dunn be, which ar-  rived this afternoon from Skagway, of  the Avrecking of the Yukon i-i vei' steamers, which AA'ere risked by being run too  late in the season, by the sudden clogging of the river. The Nora, of tho B���  L k N. Co., had her hull cut by ice Avhile  ciossing lake Marsh, and began to fill.  .She a\'jis beached and held there in tlie  ice. The passengers luid to sled out their  outfits over the ice, Avhich a Aveek ago  formed about four feet thick in a single  night, through a sudden fall iu temperature. The .steamer Stratton is reported  to have foundered near Seiwyn. She had  her hull cut in endeavoring to force her  Avay through the ice, and after wind's  sank. The passengers Avere all saved.  The mails and .some freight Avore lost.  .She Avas afterwards forced under the ice.  A Second Army Corps May be Called Out.  London, November 1.���It aviis rvported  at Aldershot today that another complete army division, will forthwith be  formed for service in'South Africa, The  division consists, of 10,000 men "and 54  guns*. This i.s possibly ti preliminary,  step toAvards the calling out of a seeoisd  ai'my corps.  ARE VIEWING THE ROUTE OF THE  Projected Railway to Balfour.  The report that the Canadian Pacific  intends to commence work at once upon  the   extension   from  Nelson to Balfour"  received .sonie corroboration yesterday in  the announcement that H. W. McLeod,  engineer-in-charge of the construction of  the Ci-oav's Nest Pass branch "from Cranbrook to Kimberley, aud J. O'Brien, sup^  erintendent upon the same'work, attu'ted  over the line of the proposed  work  yesterday.      They   started   from   a   point  opposite Balfour, and are AA'Oj-king doAvn  towards this city.    It is  said  that  their  object is to have at hand full information  as to the Avork when superintendent Mar-  pole and chief-engineer Cambie arrive in  Nelson from the Coast next week.    The  construction of this road upon the lines  suggested, that is  by  local  contractors,  avIio shall purchase all of their supplies in  this city, Avill be of more benefit to Nelson than avjis the construction of either  the   CroAv's   Nest Pass  or  Columbia  &  Western railways. It will have the effect  of spreading the advantages of construction over tne entire community, instead  of permitting them to be SYvallowed by  a feAv alien contractors.  Later.���The presence in the city of  five Avell-knoAvn Canadian Pacific engineers may be taken as an earnest of  the company's intention to commence  work upon the Balfour extension within  a short time. R. P. Doucet aud A. E.  Doucet, who had charge of the company's  construction in the Lardo, J. II. Mticleod,  and J. B. O'Brien, Avho have charge of  the construction of the branch from  Ci-anbrook to Kimberley, are registered at  the Phair, and Arthur II. Boulton, avIio  was also employed on the Lardo work, is  registered at the Hume.  One Hundred Thousand Under Arms.  Washington, November 1.���The -annual report of the adjutant-general of the  army to the secretary of AY'ar Avas made .  public today.' General Corbin sums up  the military foi*ces iioav in the service as:  Regular army 01.580, volunteers 34,574;  total 90,100. The regular establishment  consists of ten regiments of cavalry,  seven of artillery, and tAventy-five of infantry. ,The volunteer establishment  cojisists of ono regiment of cavalry,  twenty-four of infantry, and a Porto  Rico battalion. The distribution of these  troops up to .September 30th last Avas as  folloAA's: In " the United States  34,220, Porto Rico 3303, Cuba 11,187,  Philippines 32,315, en route to Philippines  17,099, Hawaiian Islands 46(5. General  Corbin adds. the.-folloAving to the summary: "It is expected that- by December  1st next all the infantry regiments of the  volunteers shown above as in the United  States Avill htive sailed for the Philippines. These, with the troops - uoav  theie, aviII gLA'e a total strength of  2117 officers aud 03,008 enlisted men."  The report dwells upon the courtesies  shoAvn our troops by the British government officials Avhilo stoppiug at Gibraltar  aiid elsewhere en route to the Philippines.  A Prospecting Company in Hard Luck.  SjoattU3, November 1.��� The treiisuve  ship Roanoak Avhich reported today, six-,  teen days fiom St. Michaels and cloven  days from Cape Nome, brings the first  story of the death of several of the New  Yoi'k members of the Alaska Prospecting  Company. The dead are Mr. and Mrs.  l_mil Kuliner, Oscar Becker, and a man  unknown,    Becker's   body   Avas  wnshud  on the beach     at���St.��� Michaels -  island, and later on the overturned  steamer and a scoav loaded with machinery aviis found, Avhich represented the  assets of the company. There .are two  surviA'oi's, John Baker and Theodore Dio-  drick. The ucavs ay'iis brought to St.  Michaels by natives, avIio claim to htive  seen the steamer overturned during a  severe Aviiidstoiiu ivhich prevailed about  September 1.1th. The government launch  Noidic.i aa-jis detailed to go to tho  scene of the accident. She returned  two days later Avith the scow and Oscar  Hecker's- body. Owing to a high surf the  crew of the Noitlica could not make an  examination of the o\'crturued .steamer,  Avhich, no doubt, contained the bodies of  Jlr. and JIr.i. Ktihner and tho unknown  man. The party was made up in Ncav  Voi k city in the spring of 189S.  The Deal Ratified.  The detil bet\Areen the  city  and F. C.  limes for the purcha.se of the several  pieces of land in the bed of CottoiiYA-ood  cieek, Avhich is required by the city for  Avater storage purposes, avjis ratified yesterday, and the papeis have been for-  Avui'ded to VatieoiiA-er for signature by  Mr. 1 nnos. By the terms of the deal the  city pajs $1200 and receives in return a  title to a portion of lots C and D. in  ���ill about three acre*.. The city likeYY-jso  secures a i ight-of-AA'iiy through the re-'  mnindcr of tiie limes property for the  pipe line from Cottomvood creek. City  engineer McCulloch has estimated that  by securing the land conveyed to the  city by the agreement, the city can raise  tho level of the electric light dam six  feet Avithout backing the water upon  priviite property. This storage capacity,  he estimates, will enable the city to run  its electric light plant to its capacity  during tho lowest stage of water for  eleven hours, by storing tho day IIoyv of  1 the creek* THE  TRIBUNE:  NELSON,-B. C, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER  2,1899.  "-^ :=_=; *<3 "<3 "S *3 iS "S !<3  ���a  SsOSp',  ^���^5>'-~&~'~c3'^:r&^g}^>-c=> ^g��-&-e=}-c=l't=>  B  B  B  B  B  B  (jr^at I^/rioua  %  %  B  ���B  B  %  Two weeks of the liveliest selling has failed to effect in any way  the splendidly assorted stock we. presented at the opening of the  season. . Every day the lids are knocked off cases of new dry goods  and each day we place on our shelves the latest ideas of the leading  manufacturers. Today we are showing a full line of ladies' furs in  ruffs, caperines, muffs, etc., the very nobbiest styles and prices the  lowest. This is the last week of the sale. Take advantage of the  plums offered.  MARTIN O'REILLY & GO.  BANK OF B. O. BUILDING,  NELSON. 0 T"E3*R*M:S   C-__S"HC  iti)  p'euse the province Avill be put to in trying the murder cases that will be entered  on the criminal court dockets. Italian  labor Avas largely used in grading the  Ci'oav's Nest Pass and Columbia & Western railYA-ays, and it i.s safe to say that  the proA'inee AA'as put to thousands of  dollars expense in enforcing the law  solely on their account. But the interests  of the province are as nothing AA'hen they  conflict Avith the interests of the alien  mine managers Avho have been dumped  into Kootenay to pauperize and degrade  Canadian labor.  i��^&&^&@^^^@@&&&-?&e:'&^^&e=:���?:l  S'''"^ **_"**"* I  M  OVER 100 PAIRS JUST TO HAND  ALL WEIGHTS AND RRICES TO SELECT FROM  MEN'S OUTFITTER  ,Sign of the RED  HAT, Baker St., Nelson  J. F. WEIR  Wholesale  Houses  _ERATED AND   MINERAL WATERS.  THORI'I' p"t CO., LIMITKl).���Corner Vernon and Cedar  streets,  Xelson,  manufacturers  of and   wholesale  dcilcts in icralod waters and fruit .syrups,  for Halcyon .Springs mineral water.  Bole ngonUs  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  WF. TKETZKL & CO.���Corner Baker and Josc-  ��� pliine streets, Xelson, wholesale dealers in assurers' supplies. Agents for Denver Fire Clay Co. of  Denver. Coloiado.   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR MANUFACTURING CO.-Corncr Baker and Hall streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of "Royal Seal" and "Kootenay Relic" brands of cigars.  ~      "^COMMISSION MERCHANTS. ��� ~    ~.  H.T. KAZAN'S &'CO.���Haker street, Nelson*, wholc'-alo  *   dealers in liquors, cigars, cement, Ihe brick and  lire clay, water pipe and steel rails, and gencral-coiii'  , mil. Ion merchants. �� -   FLOUR AND FEED.  BKACKMAN & KEIl MILLING COMPANY LTD.���  Front street, Nelson, wholesale dealers in Hour, oatmeal, etc., and hay and grain.  O toria, arid-New, Westminster.  Mills at .Edmonton, Vic-  GROCERIES.    .  A "MACDONALD & CO.���Cornor Vernon and Jose-  ��� phine .streets, wholesale grocers and jobbers in  blankets, gloves, miltsp boots, rubbers, innckinaws and  miners' sundries.  OOTBNAY   SUPPLY    COMPANY,    LIM1TED-  Vcrnon street, Nelson, wholesale grocers.  JOHN   CHOLDITCII  -wholesale groeeis.  &  CO.���Fiont street,  Nelson,'  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  PBUI!NpS,n& CO.���Baker slrcct,  Nelson, -wholesale  ,*   dealers in fresh and cured meats.   Cold storaKe.  H BYERS & CO.���Corner Baker and Josephine streets,  ���   Nelson, wholesale dealers in hiirdwaro and mining  HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES,  RS & CO.���Corner Baker and  Is'on, wholesale dealers in hiircl  supplies.   Agents for Giant Powder Co.  LAAVRENCE HAKDWARE COMPANY���linker St.,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining  Mipplics, and water and plumbers' supplies.'    '  "TTANCOUVEn HARDAVARE COMPANY, LIMITED  ���    ���Baker street, Nelson, -wholesale dealers in hardware nnd mining supplies, plumbers and tinsmiths' siip-  plics.   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEhTON-fc-CO.-Corner-Vernon and Josephine streets, Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  cigars and dry goods.   Agents for J^absfc Brewing Co. of  Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.  POWDER, CAPS AND FUS_C  HAMILTON POAVDER COMPANY-Baker street,  Nelson, manufacturers of dynamite, hporting,  stumping and black blasting powders, wholesale dealers  in caps and fu.se, und electric blasting apparatus.  PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  PARSONS   PRODUCE   COMPANY-Vernon   street,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in  provisions, produce,  nnd fruits.   Agents for Swift & Co. bacon and hams.  JY. UJtlKFIN & CO.--Corner Vernon and Josephine  *   streets,   Xrlson,  wholesale dealers  In  provisions,  cured meats, butter and eggs.  FR. STEWART & CO.���Warehouses on C. P. R.  ��� tiack, foot of .Stanley street, Nelson, wholesale  dealers in provisions, produce and fruits. Cold storage.  Agents Armour & Co. s bacon, hams, lard and other products.  tion at issue, for it is the most  momentous one that has yet confronted the province.    A country Avhere the laborer is a  citizen, Avith a voice in the  management  of its  alfairs, is  generally a  prosperous  one, as   compared    Avith    the   country  Avhere    labor   is   performed    by     men  directly   controlled    by    padrones   and  tyees.    Canada has been fortunate in not  attempting to bring in any large number  of non-English  speaking people, and the  result is that she has had but feAv hibor  troubles.     Were her toAvns   and cities  centres of any large numbers of non-  English speaking people, this  would' not  -be the.ctise.j   Such, people  are unable to  understand our laws, and once they have  ..grievances they cannot be restrained by-  appeals to reason ;' they invariably  take  the law in their oavji hands, Avitha result  that is too'often'little less than civil war.'  Editor,.Carley of the Economist, who  lias, as yet, been unable to take sides in  the fight that'is going on in the Slocan  betAveen the mine managers and the mine  workers, Avill iioav have an opportunity to  make a declaration that will be something more than the sound of tinkling  cymbals. His Conservative friends, the  "miue managers, have imported Italians  from Seattle to work in the Slocan mines.  As this will tend to hurt the prospects of  the .Conservative party iu the coming  election, he should muster up sufficient  courage to denounce the men Avho are  attempting to put the Grand Old Conservative Party iu a hole.  The mayor of Spokane is made of good  stuff. The city council passed a resolution ordering the slot machines to go, and  afterwards A\reakened. The mayor stood  pat, and all the slot machines in Spokane  that are played for money must be taken  out. The merchandise machines are  equally as great frauds on the public  as the money machines, but tliere is not  the same incentive to gamble for merchandise as for money.  Missionary' Tolmie's efforts appear to  have a measure of .success. ....-He has, it is  said, --prevailed on a number of Italian  laborers to renounce the pick and shovel  of the railroad camps in the bad state of  Washington to accept the hammer and  drill of the niines in the silvery Slocan.  Missionaries are usually proud of their  Avork.    Is Tolmie of his?  Is Spokane to give Nelson a lesson in  morality ? The robbing nickle-in-the-slot  machines are to be fired out of Spokane  by Spokane's Presbyterian mayor. What  is the Presbyterian mayor of Nelson  going to do Avith the half hundred robbing machines in Nelson ?  The employment of Italians and Chinese in the mines of Kootenay and Yale  means the depopulation of Nelson, Kaslo,  Sandon, NeAV Denver, Silverton, Slocan  City, Ymir, Trail, Rossland, Grand Forks,  Phounix, aud Greemvood.  Hoav many manufacturing establishments and wholesale houses could be induced to locate iu Nelson, AA'ere it to become knoAvn that the mines of Kootenay  and Yale Avere to be worked by Italians  and Chinese? ���  Weke the mines "of Kootenay and-Yale  Avorked by -Italians and Chinese,' hoAV*  many banks would be doing business; in  the toAvns that now -promise to become'  centers of population and Avealth ?  How much real estate avouIc! change  hands in any toAvn in Kootenay and Yale,  were the metalliferous mines in these two  districts" Avorked by Italians and Chinese?  Hoav many brick* buildings will be  erected in Nelson next year, if the  niines of Kootenay and Yale are filled  Avith Italians and Chinese?  w  m^mmmmmmmm  mi  ^^s$:��: _? ^*^^s��:!S>.��:1  m  WOOL GOODS  Now on D'splay  #  xtii  iti)  The Following Goods Have Just Arrived  B  B  B  Hosiery  itis Heavy Cashmere Hose in  # Women's o and Children's,  xfij direct importations and  W special value.  iti)  iti)  Infants  Wool Bootees, Gaiters,  Hoods, Mitts, Coats, Jackets, Coats and Wraps.  Feather Ruffs  Fine values are being  offered in these goods.  Socks  Men's Socks, all grades  of Cashmere, Heavy and  Light Weight.  Furs  In the newest shapes of  Collars,   Coats,. Ties,   etc.  They are all right in price.  Golf Capes  A   second   lot   of these  have just arrived. They  are   good   in   style and  quality.  B  tq  w  Jackets  Ladies' Jackets in all  the newest designs and  colors.    Very low in price.  Silk Waists  An endless variety at  all prices. Everyone can  be pleased from our assortment.  Plaids        ��  Beautifvl designs^ and B  colors all wove, and suit- B  able for waists and skirts. B  B  Our aim is to have the Right Goods  at the Right Price.  B-  W  Baiker  Street.   Nelson.  m  fB^B^B^B^B^B^^B^^^'  ���fe-*****-*- ^B^B^B^B-  ?"^_?.  #  SASH AND DOORS. -  NKLSON SAWAXI) PL.NNINO MILLS, LIMITED-  Corner Front nnd Hull sii-eotn. Nelson, inn.Mtifn.c-  lurcraof mtd a\holcs.iIc dealers in siwh and (lows; ill!  kinds of factory work tnfulu to order. '  WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COjAII'jVNV, LI_nTKn-Corner Front and Hiill street*!. Nelson,\vholu��aledealers.  In wines (wise and bulk) and domestic and imparled  cigarn.  PAINTS   AN"D   OILS!  NELSON HARDU'AIIK COJIl'ANY-Hakcr Shed���  AVholcsiIo dealers in painlh. oils, and brushes of all  kinds-.'   J_ireost Htcck in Kootenay.  The appeal of the men avIio live in the  Slocan to the Laurier govei'ninent "to  bring into force the yroA'isions of the  Alien Labor Act will be in vain. A government Avhose leadei-s believe tluit  Canadian laborers should be forced to  compete Avith laborers from China, is not  likely to take any action Avhen the question is one of competition betA\'een Canadian mine workers and Italian laborers,  more eepcciaUy -when tho Italian liiborora  are imported in the interests of Montreal capitalists.  Ik Italian labor is alloAved to oust English-speaking labor from the metalliferous mines of West Kootenay, all the  revenue derived from the lax,-on the output of the  mines Avill   not  pay  the  ex-  Ip the metalliferous mines of British  Columbia are to be jilled up with Italians,  thou it is time for Canadians to leave the  province,  mm  Big 8ct)oor)er  Beer or rialf=  and-Half . ��� ��� ���  io Cts.  Always Fresh  Always     Cool  THE BEST GLASS OF BEER IN NELSON IS  AT TUB  Club Hotel  H. D. JLshcroft  BLACKSMITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  PEOPEKTY  ��� Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a flrsfc-eloss  ���wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outsido points.  Corner Silica and  Stanloy Streets.  E. J. GURRAN, Prop.  Sfiop:   (fall Street, between Baker and Vernon, Nelson  Nelson Iron Works  MANUFACTURERS OF  BNOINES, BOILEKS, SHAFTING, IKON* AND  JBKASS CASTING'S OP EVERY DESCRIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to.       P. O. Box 173.  Bulbs  fop  Fall  Planting'  30 by  120, B.akcr street, between Josephino  and  Ward streets      "  50 by 120, Baker* street, between Josophino and Hall'  streets, cornor ........  25 by 120 with improve Tioiits, south .side of Vornon  street ,  5000  50 by 120 with improvements, south side of "Vernon  street  cooo.  2} lots with cottage rented nt $15 por mouth, Victoria  street  3500  2 lots with cottage rented at $20 por month, Stanley  street  3000  eiotsiu bloek 1JD, all cleared and fenced in  2500  AGENTS FOR  J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  tte ��ritotm*  Pai-V KDmo-y .....First Ykar, No, 258  ���VVBBKtr Edition Seventh Ykar, No. -JI  We do not believe that the people of  Kootenay and Yale will allow their pi-o-  perty interests to be ruined merely to  gratify the wishes of the few alien mine  owners jind mine inanagei's who are importing Italian laborers from the United  States to take the places of Canadian  mine workers. While violence will not  be restorted to or eounteiianced, public  opinion laiist make a fight on the qties- j  99  I'ur iriiuminKs ,'ntst opened. (Irelm -.kiiif. sable U-iil1--  and heads fir millinery purpose. Lovely litiet, iust arrived. Tea ulollisunil truy clot hi with drawn work and  slnmpiijtf work on. J'hoto ft. mes nnd mound. Serving  caidH and little 1 lilmliJcs for children. Lessons in cm-  lnoitlery and laro work 51) couth.  Novelties in Millinery  I am In rccelplof the latoht In millinery and millinery novel! je-; direct from Now Vork;  Call and iinpoot.  MRS.  E. McLAUOHUN  Josephine Street, near Hakor.  HAIR GOODS AND HAIB 0B5AMENTS  Switches from $2 up.  WE HAVE  KEMOVED OUR  TOYS AND  MUSIC TO THE  OPERA HOUSE  BLOCK  NEXT DOOR TO  POSTOFFICE  R. REISTERER & CO.  -   BRBWRRS AND BOTTLERS OF  Fine Lager Beer,  Ale and Porter  Prompt and regular  delivery to tho tirade.  Brewery at Nelson.  20,000 Holland Bulbs to arrive in Sectember; 5000 Japan  Lilies to arrive in October; 1300 Rhododendrons, Azaleas,  -"Mnguolias, Roses, etc. to arrive in October Thousands  of Roses, Camelias, Krnit and Ornamental Trees. Shrubs,  etc., Browing on my own ({rounds for the fall trade.  Catalogue free.  M. J. Henry  Vaneouvei. B. C.  anada Book k Drag Oo  NKLSON*. HKITISII COLUMBIA.  rrsces is  Order of the Day  Halcyon Water  -WE 1IAVK AI'i'OINTED  THORPE  & CO. SOLE  BOTTLERS  - ,    OF THIS WATER  Halcyon r|ot Springs Sanitarium So.  W. C. HUSBAND, Manager.  Audi want to bo in it. I have just received  Fall samples of Suitin��s and Ovcr-  coatinKS represcntiiig a ?50,000 stock to  choose from tnado to your order at prices  never before heard of in Nelson. AU the latest  fads in Fancy VesLitiKS for fall and winter.  Ladies' tailoi in_ in all il�� branches a specially.  Lowent prices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer block.  MRS. J. W. KEARNK Yhas opened a Ladles Hair Dress-  iiiK IJ*i-lor in room J. Victoria block, .Nelson, and is prepared to furnish everything in the way of hair goods  and hair tonics.   Treatment of tho scalp a flpeckiJty.   . .  Steverjs, T^e Tailor  /T\ !_;__. __ _.. , Z. Lefobro and P. .Sccotle a  V-JnifTWlCZSJ 1'rcpnrctl  to do  all   k.iuls  \I/IJ Jll/y V cliitnney <!leaning nt the ra  * nt ��2 per Hintjle chimney, bi  i  t'e  of  ���ate  ��2 per Hiiigle chimney, but  where there is more than one  at. 51 per chimney. Address A.  LaPointo, Box 175, Nelson, B.C..  �� 9  ROYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  OIGrARS.    .    ���    .    ���    .  union made:  Kootenay Cigar lanfg. Co.  Nelson, British Columbia.  TENDERS   WANTED.  Sealed Tenders will bo ivcoived by the uiidersiRhcd up  to Monday, November��� j.'Jth. IM. for supplyini?Groceries  and IJtuks to the-Kootenay Lake Clcnenil Hospital for it  period of six months.  F. \V. SWANtVJCLL, Secretary. :  :. .Nelson,Octobpr.mh, J89U.. ������   ...:; .;-���  -  S. BROUGHAM  1V1I.I. OIVE A  Farewell  Concert  IN THK NKLSON OI'KUA IIOUSK ON  TUESDAY,  NOVEMBER 7, 1899  *   ' , ASSIST! :l> BV  "Mi^Carry. Mrs. W. A. Macdonald. "Mr. Frank Oliver (of  Rossland), Mr. Kydd, Mr. It. M. "Mai'duimld, Mr. Harris.  Hcrr Sleincr, Mr. ami Mr.->. Aicliibold, and a chorus of  ladies and i;on!lenien.  Seats can now be taken ai, the Thomson Stationery Co.  and the ('anada Drug and Book Co.  LODGE MEETINGS.  TTN1GHTS OF PYTHIAS-Nelson Lodge, No, 25,  ���"- Knights of Pythias, meets in I. O. O. F. Hall, corner  Baker and Kootenay btrccts, ovcry Tuesday evening at  8 o'clock. Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T. LILLIIC, C. C. R. G. J OY, K. of R. & S.  NJELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. V. & A. M. Moots  second Wednesday In each month, Sojourning  brethren invited.  ���jVrELSON L. O. L., No. 1(5'*2. meets in l. O. O. F. Hall.  ���"   corner Baker and Kootenay streets, Istr and 3rd  Friday of each month.' Visiting brethern cordially invited,  JOHN TOYS, W. M.      F. J. BFUDLEY, Rcc. Sec.  "KTELSON   JtiRlK,  Number  22,  Fraternal Order  of  ���L^   Ejigles, meets every second and fourth Wednesday in  each month in Fraternity Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  J. IRVING, President.        J. R. Wit AY.' Secrotary.  ���KTELSON* MIXERS' UNION  NO.  i*!. W.  F. of M.���  "���'    Moots in K. 1'. rooms, Fraternity Hall, tho Jlrsl and  third  yaturtlay evenings in  each month at 8 o'clock.  Visiting members welcome.  JAMl'S WILKS, Seo'y.      CHAS. A. McKAY, Pros.  SHORTHAND  AND  TYPEWRITING.  'S2M0RTJIANI.1, Typewriting, and boobeoping l.uight  ���hJ 1'enns reasonable. Apply to Miss 11. Uiaiidt Han  sen, Applewhaite block, West Hakor struct, Nelson.  ARdHITEGm  T^WAR-T. & CARRIE-Archilecte.  Rooms 1 and8 Ab   :  .*-* ...erdeei-.'block, BakeC fitireet. Nelson...-..-   ���-. ���;; ���.       ��� ���-������''  ~V\T_A���."RID BEOS.  Real Estato and General Agonts, Baker St., Nelson  ANNOUNGEIVIENT  Tn consequence of inciensing ill-heallh of M^r. IX. C.  AValerman. Uio linn of Cluis. A. Waterman ifc Co, have  been dihsolvcd. and ArlhnrH. .Sherwood liu1- Liken over  the business ol iliuir uhl ollice on Baker s-treeU Nelson,  and will uimtiitiiutho biisine.-s nt. I he same place, as Real  Kstale und Insnmnce agent, nnd ho will be assisted by  C. A. Watoi-inun,;us mun.igerol' the 'Hunlal department  niid care ol ]iroperty for noii-iesidcnt property holders.  The members oflhoold ilrm dt'siro to tli.uik their friends  nnd natrons for their I'litrouiigo in Ihe Jiast, and solicit  for the ollice lit 1 lie fill lire I ho business of tlieir old clients '  arid the people at large, we remain, respectfully,  CHAS. A. WATKUMAN,  R. C. WATKILMAN,  A. R. SHJCRWOOD.  NeNon.-Oelolier 12th, 1SW.  Charles  D.  J   Christie  -,  GENERAL.  BROKER.  I3*sTSXJ*B__-_SrC_l5  RHAL B8TATB AND LOANS.  FOE SALE .  5-ltoonl House   .1300 130-Foot Cornor .300*  1-Rooin House..: $900  The Nelson Electric Tramway Co., ltd.  LOTS FOR SALE  ON EASY TERMS  Large number of choice building lots adjacent to tho       '  lino of their tramway.   For price and terms of salo apply       1 -  to the ollice of the company, Macdonald block, cornor of  Josephine and Vernon streets.  T. 0. DUNCAN,  Secretary.  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  ���Containing 120 acres of land -within one and a  quarter miles of Nelson.  For further  particulars apply to  FRED   J.   SQUIRE,    Nelson.   B.   O.  CORPORATION OF THE  CITY OF NELSON  NOTICE  BE  FIEE ALARMS.  Parties sending .alarms of. tiro by tele-phone- should  stale the location of the tiro dellnitely, giving.name of  building and street, and not name of nlaco from which  the telephone message is sent. The Robson street lire  Khtlion is connected by telephone with the fire ball oil  Josephine street.  W. J. THOMPSON, Chief Fire Department.  Nelson, October asth, 1800.  .-.: ���*- ..   ":  Xti*}iXr,,ti'*~iM t, >��. <_,t TftE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C.  THURSDAY, NOVEMBEB 2, 1899.  Vi'\  i&  '&������  teA>  I  ANKOF  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up,  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STKATHCONA AND  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND Vice-President  E   S. CLOUSTON General Manager  3ST-E3LS03ST   _3_S__-_tNTO_3:  N. W. Cor. Baker and Stanley Streets.       BRANOnKS IN       LONDON  (England),   NEW YORK:,   CHICAGO  and in the principal citios in Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Exchango ana?Cablo Transfers  GRANT COMMERCIAL AND TRAVELLERS' CREDITS,  available in any part of the world.  DRAFTS ISSUED    COLLECTIONS UADK; ETC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OF INTEREST PAID  NEWS BY MAIL AMD TELEGRAPH  The Victoria police commissioners have  been making tilings pretty wjirm for  their guardians.of the peace, and at a  special meeting held on Saturdtiy a climax  avjis reached. Sergeant John AV. "Walker  and senior constable Abel were notified  that the city had no further need of  tlieir services after October 31st.  The London Times publishes a letter  from rear admiral Herbert Campion,  summarizing a story received fiom his  nephew now at Fort Churchill, Hudson's  Bay,- which says that some Esquimaux  traders up north some time ago shot two  white men supposed to belong to tlie Andree expedition.  Donald Guthrie, chief of the fire department of Rossland, stands ti chance of  being selected as chief of the Toronto fire  department. Of the many applicants,  four have been selected to forward their  recommendations and .photographs; nt  once. The four are: Donald Guthrie,  Bossland: W. A. Gilbert, Haniilton; E.  ��� 11. llodgers, Winnipeg; and P.JI. Gibson,  Montreal.  William Hawley and John J. Kane,  avIio were timbering at the 750-foot level  in the Le Roi mine tit Rossland, were  badly cut and burned, and one of them  (Hawley) may lose his eyesight, by an explosion. The jiecideut wtis tho result of  some powder loft in tin -old hole, wliich  had been passed by and overlooked! Lu  ���fitting in the timbeVs it became necesstuy  to take out some further portions of rock,"  and in doing this tlie powder in question  was encountered and the accident happened.  Messrs. Tupper, Foster and Whitney  addressed a meeting of Conservatives at  IVescott, Ontario, Tuesday night. Both  federal and provincial polities were discussed in every pai'ticular.  Word was received at Toronto from  London that general manager Gamble of  the Dominion Bank is in a precarious  condition in London, where he ttrrived  recently from Germany, seeking health.  l[o starts for home today. His recovery  is despaired of.  An iron, timber and transportation  company is being organized at Toronto  by the same capitalists who organized  the big pulp company ;it Sault Ste.  Marie.    The capital is to be $20,00^000,  President Kruger was burned in effigy  by 1300 students on Tuesday night at  Toronto.  Captain Howard of Gatliu gun fame,  who proffered  hip*  services  to the gov-  -ernmeiitto-go_with���the-South -African  contingent, jirrived at Quebec too late to  catch the steamer.  In View of the British reverse at Ladysmith, it is suggested in military circles  in Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto and Quebec, that a second Canadian, contingent  be sent to the seat of war.  The old magazine building Jit tho old  fort at Toronto was destroyed by fire  Tuesday night, presumably through the  pranks of Halloween celebrators.  Arthur Courtcois was killed at Hawkesbury, Ontaiio, yesterday by a plank  falling on him'   -  Botliwell (Ontario) Liberals havo  nominated Hon. David Mills, minister of  "justice, ns their standtu-d beai'or in tlio  next general elections. He defended  that constituency in 1S9(>, and was after-  Avards called to the senate.  Archibald Reedy, a C. V. R. brakeman,  is dead as the result of injuries received  by being crushed while coupling cars lit  Credit Forks, Ontario, on Monday.  A repetition of tho Viau-Parslow murder case is looked for in tho case of  Thomas Moouey, the Lake Benuport  farmer who was fwund dead with his  head split in tlie woods near liis own  home on Saturday. Tlie victim's wife  mid a neighbor have been arrested and  held by the coroner. Before- the coroner  yestei'dsiy the wife admitted having  eoiiie to Quebec to consult a lawyer  about obtaining a divorce, .because her  husband was away four years.  The question of abolishing the nickel-  in-the-slot machines in Spokane has  resulted in the stirring up of eonsiderab-Ie  commotion, and the mayor aiid certain  members of the council are temporarily  at outs. The trouble has all come up  over the different interpretation put  upon the wording of the resolution passed  by the council some time ago to the effect  that the machines must go.    In the reso-  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, Yin\on, District.  lution no distinction was made as to the  different kinds of machines and' the  mayor interpreted it to mean, as it read,  that it included machines of all kinds,  merchandise as well as money.  It is stated on good .authority that it is  the intention of the authorities that the  transport Sardinian, with the Cauadian  contingent for Soutli Africa, Avill cross  the Atlantic and proceed via the Siiez  canal to its destination. This step is  taken in view of the fact that the Aveather  around the "Cape of Good Hope is very  stormy, especially duaing next month,  and it is thought to save time by taking  the route through the Suez.  While'*-the'Samoan' negotiations continue, it can be said tluit they are in  such a condition that there is small possibility of reaching an agreement iu the  near future. The United States has informed the British foreign office that it  heartily endorses the proposal for the  government of Samoa by.one poAver. But,  so far, no phin has been set AA'hich Jip-  pears to be satisfactoi'y to the United  States. - - -   '-.-'-   Canada May. Have a Challenger.  A number of comparatively. Avealthy  ���men of Montreal ���--are about to put up  ���money enough to start the building of a  'yacht that is to challenge for the America's cup next yejir. The scheme is that  the amouuts first subscribed will be merely to begin the yacht," and that it be paid  for by popular .subscription. As the  Royal -Nova Scotia Yacht Club has "for  its annual regatta ail "ocean-water cotirse  ou the sea" it is supposed that tlie challenge Avill be issued through the club, as  it is, perhaps, the only one in Canada  Avhich fulfils the necessary conditions of  the hist deed of gift. The scheme of  building on popular subscription ji yacht  to race for the America's cup has been  tried in Canada before, Avhen the  Countess of Dufferin tind the Atlanta  Ave re built at Coburg. and were defeated.  The plan did not Avork well, as there avjis  a, lack of money just wlieii .it avjis most  wanted, and the success of the present  scheme  is" Arery doubtful.    Tliere is   no  A~SNAP IN  MINING SHARES  yacht designer in Canada that could hope  to compete Avith Herreshnff, and the challenging yacht would probably be designed  and have its frames molded in England,  these being put together afterward when  the yacht-would be built in Canada.  Rubber Forests of Bolivia;  The rubber forests of Bolivia aro practically unlimited and are a source of  Avealth much-more easily reached and developed than the mines. There is no  gambling or risk in a rubber'quinta, provided the OAvner can obtjiin labor and can  send his product to market. The demand is unlimited and increasing every  year, and the government of Bolivia or of  Peru will sell unlimited ai-eas of natural  forests of rubber trees at a nominal price  to any one avIio Avill develop them. The  trees groAV on the eastern slope of the  Andes aud in the Avarmer vjilleys, and  the forests can be reached on mulebaek  from La Paz, from the steamboat stations  on Lake Titicaca, and also fI'om the railway that runs from Puno to the north  of Peru.  The first step in starting-.a1-rubber-  plantation is to clear aAvay the underbrush and cut out the dead trees, which  is a task of great labor and difficulty, because the vegetation is dense and represents the growth of ages ; but-when it is  once done the property has increased in  value a hundred fold, and the rest of the  job is easy. ��� Thereafter all that is necessary to do is to keep the ground clear, see  that the trees have plenty of light and  air, are free from parasites and are allowed to enjoy the'food Avhich nature has  stored in * the, soil. Formerly, Avith that  improvidence which seems so natural to  mankind, the rubber trees Avere cut down  in* order to get the sap, but uoAvadays  they are cultivated like an orchard, and  FULL LINE OF  science litis deiuoustr.afed that good care  will be repaid a thousand fold.  The process of nuiking rubber is inucli  like that Of making maple sugar. The  trees are tapped Avhen the sap begins to  run, and the milk, as they call it, is boiled  in a big kettle until it is reduced to its  propor consistency. In some parts of  Brazil the natives find a vine whose juice  AA'ill cause the milk of the rubber tree to  coagulate Avithout the use of heat, but  the common process is to "boil it down"  with all its impurities and iiIIoav the  manufacturer to refine it.  Cost of Living Advancing in Sweden.  It used to be the general opinion that  one.could live cheaply in Sweden, but the  tjibles are rapidly turning. Every article  of general consumption has -.advanced  perceptibly in the last year, aud the people are complaining on all sides. An  apartment of seven or eight rooms in  Stockholm, Avithout electiic light, bjith-  rooms or steam heat, costs $500 per annum. Half that .amount AA'as formerly a  fair price. Let the flat be new -and haA'e  a bath, central, heating and other conveniences, and $750 would have to be paid.  When Ave come to the servant question  we find almost as great a dearth of them  as in America. Four dollars a month, was  formerly, good pjiy for a general-'house-'  'worker, while now they command $5-and  $6 a month. Since 1884 butter has never  been so high. First-class butter is quoted at 35 cents a pound. Meat and fish  have gained 25 per cent. Oysters area  delicacy. Vegetables ju-e almost impossible to obtain. Beer, the Avorkingman's  beverage, is up to American- prices���and  no "free lunch."  w  iti;  iti  im  mm  &&&.  .p5^.��_.  m^m&m&mm  iti)  Appreciation  To dispose of an entire car of high-class iron and  brass beds in a western mining town in less than two  months is certainly a record to be proud of, and one  seldom equalled in the large eastern cities. Yet so  great has been the demand for these goods, we have  found it necessary to wire for another car, which will  reach Nelson this week. We would ask the citizens  of Nelson to continue in showing their appreciation of  our efforts to give them the opportunity of enjoying  the luxurious furnishings of an eastern home in the  midst of the Rockies.  m  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  P* Iremont Hotel  Noonday-Cupley Mines,  [NON-PERSONA L LIABILITY]  HEAD OFFICE, SILVERTON, B. C.  CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast. '  Flooring  local and coast.  Newel Posts  [Stair Bail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  of <\U kinds,  what you want Is not In stock wo will mako it for you  CALL AND GJST PRICES.  I\1AL0NE & TREGILLUS  PROPRIETORS  Headquapteps fop Miners and Ppospeetops  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND  Operating the Noonday-Curie*/ Mines  in the Slocan District.  HAS DECIDED TO OFFER 25,000  -SHARES���OF-^-THE���COMPANY'S  STOCK, THE PAR VALUE OF  WHICH IS ONE DOLLAR, AT  TWELVE CENTS. THE PROCEEDS  FROM THE SALE OF THESE  SHARES IS TO GO INTO THE  COMPANY'S TREASURY TO MEET  PAYMENTS UPON DEVELOPMENT  ACCOUNT          THESE SHARES AS\E DESIRABLE BECAUSE  The Noonday is virtually a'developed  mine. The work done upon the property consists of a main tunnel, which  has been run In on the vein for 225  feetj and the vein where cross-cut  shows an average width of from 8 to 10  feet. The vein matter is made up of  about 20 inches of clean ore, the remainder being composed chiefly of  concentrating ore which samples 60  ounces silver. From the main tunnel  level there has been shipped 520 tons  of clean ore, which netted the company,  after deducting freight and treatment  charges, over $1000 to the car of from  18 to 20 tons. From the main tunnel  an upraise has been driven for 100 feet  and a slope 75 feet long opened up,  About 150 feet below the main tunnel  a cross-cut is being run, This tunnel  is now in 125 feet and it is estimated  that the lead exposed in the main tunnel will be reached in another 30 feet,  A force of 18 men is at present employed upon the property, all but three  of whom are employed on development.  The company has another three cars of  clean ore ready for shipment.  Application for shares can be made to  Messrs. Galler & Wilson  Solicitors for the Company, Broken (fill Block, Nolson  J. A. Sayward  HALL AND LAKE STREETS, NELSON  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AT  G.O."BUCHANAN'S-  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  pIEffS~HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Large comfortalile  bedrooms and   flratMJlasa  dining  room.   Samplo rooms for commercial mon.  BATES   .2   ****?_Ii:__   *D_V*_r  Mrs.  E. C.   CLARKE, Prop.  Late of tho Royal Hotel, Calgary,  A largo stock of flrst-class dry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turued work, otc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:  Telnphone, 91  Foot of Hen dry x streot, Nolson  John Rae, Agent  Seasoned Lumber!  Uitls arc Invited for two million foot of wall aisorti;il  sun-onoi! lu'iilicr, either for the whole or in ear lols in  mil! yawl or delivered to the railroad.   Kit i>.liIioihws  apply to   umiY DUMBER & I>EVKLOI'_rKST CO.  Libby, Jloulaim.    jfl. D. tyUMtl, Manager,  The flnost hotel in tho Interior.  Largo sample rooms.   Steam heat and electric light.  CORNER OJ.  WARD ANP VERNON STS., NKLSON  Madden House  BAKER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  Tho only hotel In Nelson that has remained under ono  management, since 1890.  The bod-rooms aro  woll furnished  and   lighted by  electricity.  Tho dining-room Is not second to any In Kootenay.  Tho bar is always htockod by tho bent domestic and  Imparted liquors and cigar*.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  GREAT REDUCTION  HARD COAL  I_--__*I_IV*-EI_X**E_I>  Special ratcb for carload lots for outside points.  t���one o. W. West & Co,  Wood! Wood! Wood!  Good dry wood, all lengths. Leave  orders at dacobson's feed store on  Vernon street (next door to Tribune  Office).   Telephone 97.  y      'y JOHN CROFT,  ONE DOLLAR A LOAD  The undersigned has a largo quantity of fir, cedar, and  tamarac slabs, in iG-inuh and J-fool lengths, suitable for-  stove wood, which will be sold for $1 a load at tho null  yard' NKLSON SAW & PLANING MILIJ3. Limited.  , Nelson, August 18th, 1899.-  NOTICE.  On ami lift or I lie Nt of October lStC), tho Orruul Central  Hcilel will bo run -ptiiotly on Ihe Kurojiain plan.  Wo hiivc (ittrdup.-i now dining ioohi with a sualiiix  cipacitv for one hlindiod people winch will be run in  cunucut'ion with ih-holol. All me.vl-. twentv-tho cunlt,.  payable in lhc ilimtig iOmiii. Will be pleased to furnish  me.'tl tickets on application.  Koorn-i by the clay, week or month.  Thanking yon for your genprous pnlron.igc in the p.f.1,  and trusting to bef.ivoicd with a conJinusimoof s.niiu in  the future. I iciiiain, i espuclfully > oifi i,  K. SIMPSON.  Largo and well lighted Heated by hoi air  Reasonable, rates .Sample rooms  Electric bulls and light, in every roof-u  Renovated and .rcf'tiri-iixhcd 'throughout  HOTEL VICTORIA  J, V. P.RKS, Proprietor  Free bus meets all trains RatfnJQtftim    ft  fi.  Hourly stroet carta station HeVBI.SlU^B|  O. W,  Night Grill Room in connection, for the (loriveinenee of  gliosis arriving and clepartiiig by night trains.    '  Vienna Restaurant  Baker street, betweon Josophino and  Hall streets, Nelson.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS. DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY ANI) PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  R.     HUBBX,     **P"RO:*e*_*i:*_']TO**R  B  B  B  McArthur & Co.  l.^^^^ia^ia*<a*^^iaia*pSiSiSiS_B_3i3^  B  B  B  M  THE MLSOI SAW. A PLANM MILLS, k  We have a stock of one and a half million  feet of logs at our mill and are prepared to-cut  all kinds of dimension timber and ship to all points"  on Kootenay Lake by scows or steamers, also by  rail to all points on the Canadian Pacific or Nelson  and Fort Sheppard railways. In stock rough and  dressed lumber, shingles, mouldings, sash, doors,  newels, turned verandah posts. Glass of all sizes.  Factory work of all kinds done to order.  ,*"!  '^W  THE NELSON SAW & PLANM MILLS; lw.  OFFICE AND MILLS CORNER HALL AND FRONT STS,, NELSON. "'  P. Burns &Co,  Wholesale and Retail   .  .   .   Dealers in Meats  Hkad Office at  NELSON, B. C.  Markets nt Nelson, Hossliux], Trail, KjisIo, Ymir, Srtndon, Silverton, New,  stoke, Ferguson, Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Ciby, Midway, and  Denver, Revcl-  Vaiicuu ver.   .  Mail Orders'_ Promptly Forwarded.   West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALK AND KI2TAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  BaKer street, Nelson E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDKRS J1Y MAIL RKCKIVP: CAREFUL AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPLEWHAITH  ooten  eetne Supply and Construetioii  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  J. McPHEEl  0,  Complete Hleotrlo Equipments for Elleotrlc Power Transmission and Lighting for Mines,'Towns'  EHeccric Fixtures, Lamps. Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, Etc.  P. O. Box 806. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.  THE  FINEST RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IN   NELSON  All the unso'd lots in tne  Fairview Addition to Nelson are now on the market at reasonable prices and on  easy terms.   This property is very desirable for residences.   Apply to  West Baker Street, Nelson J.   ]tf.    WARD,   LOCal Agent,  TOTIL BEER GARDEN  NEAR NELSON *A FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT.  ABROAD  THE  BEST BEEE  BB3SWED AT  ON DRAUGHT OR IN  HOME  OR  BOTTLES.  Fred J, Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF FALL ANB WINTER SUITINGS  OPPOSITE SILVER KING IIOT1 Ij  WEST 1JAKKR STRKKT .NELSON THE TRIBUNE:  NELSON, B.C. THURSDAY NOVEMBER 2, 1899.  Tiie only house in Kootenay carrying Ml lines of  V 4  SCALES  FURNACES  BRUNTONS  TRANSITS  SCORIFIERS  <-X_ov  CRUCIBLES  MUFFLES  FLUXES  OF  ALL KINDS  Baker Street, Nelson, B. 0.  ���-."-���*���������,..  ^  "f-  SEE GILKER FOR UNDERWEAR  HE HAS SEVERAL LINES THAT ARE  WORLD BEATERS  J- A  THE OLD P. O. STORE  <^^Ric/*v  "WATCH CASE C2  JondvX��  ESTABLISHED. IN   NELSON  1890 \  efScae  Wafch'e  Have' always been a- .specialty with us, and concentrating on these alone, to "the exclusion of foreign  makes, we have a fine and full stock, including every  -' American make, and are therefore, especially well  equipped for quick, shipments/ By the exercise of  experienced care in selection far in advance of the  season we secure  Choiee Xase Designs  We have some very exclusive ones in solid and  filled gold and other good selling styles in endless  variety.  Diamonds and all  Precloiiiis Stoees  Just at this time we have the fullest stock of Diamond  Jewelry for Fail and Holiday business, and the immediate  customers will secure the best of these and avoid the  annoyance of rush ordering, while profiting.by possible  price advances. Ready for delivery now, or part, or all  of order entered and prices reserved for future shipment.  Fine watch repairing a specialty, all work guaranteed.  JACOB DOVER, Jeweler  WE SELL AT WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  eo SVIadson  For Winter Outfitting  nBHOCjU&irtSrS Working-mens Clothing  orj. mcEjwALL  Baker Street  lues, in  Underclothing, Macklnaws,  Gloves and Mitts.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NKLSON, B. C.  Coflee roasters and dCpilcws In Tea nnd Co/Too.  ���-.' Offer Jreah rtoastetl coffee of bent quality as follows:  3avia ttWl Arubtan Maclii. per pound., , $  40  Java and. Mopha JJlond,.3 pounda. ......p...,.  I (JO  Fitiq SaalQH, i pounds ��� ...,.-.  1 00  SaiJtbH Bloiid, 5 pouiiila , x 00  Otir.Special Blond, (Ipo-uiids ', "'  i fift  Our Hio Tioast, 8 poUndii  //...'..''*'���''".'."'  J (X)  A trial order solicited. ."'  Salesrooms _ Doors  East  of   Oddfollows  Block    Wert  Baker Stseet  PALACE CONFECTIONEBY  FOR FINE CHOCOLATE  AND BON BONS  Solo flfjoiil for .Nelson for Giuioag- Bros. celebrated II  11 CIvocoIhIom and Jjou Bona, Ono ton of tin* mmo, to  arrive in a few days.  OLMPJA AMD EASTERN OYSTERS  ���AlffirVING DAJ*I,V.  Fancy Cakes and Pantry, J*Iiim,h, Peachon, Grapes,  Baiimias, Ciijio Cod. Cranberries Puura and ail-Fiuil in  KCHMlll.  < !i.nii:r Wanl and Haker SI.h.       I     fl      UftflflMAi R  Mills fc^oll.'s old stand.       .. M"   *V    mCUUMil.lt  THE LOCAL NEWS OF THE TOWN  Nelson Likely to be the Head(iuarters.  From private communications received in this city, it is evident that the  militia department intends to make Nelson the headquarters for the several  companies of the Rocky Mountain  Rangers. The officers of the local company have taken steps to form a second  company, and should the required consent be seciired from Ottawa, the enrollment of the men should be proceeded  with. It is said that the choice of Nelson as tlie headquarters of the battalion  is largely due to the favorable j'epoit  upon the loetil company by drill-instructor Carroll.  Harry Wright, who is clerk in the gold  commissioner's ollice, has been appointed  mining recorder at Nelson, vice D. A.  MeBeath, resigned. The appointment  wtis made by the minister of mines, on  the request of Mr. Wright.  John A. Tui'nei', government agent, expects to leave for a trip to the old countiy on or tibout the 15th instant, provided Mrs. Turner's health will permit.  W. J. Goepel, auditor of jirovincial offices,  will tict as government agent while Mr.  Turner is away.  The ladies' aid of the Presbyterian  church are preparing to make ti grand  display of needlewoi'k, suitable for  Christmas presents. The dtite of the  commencement of tho sale has not been  definitely fixed, but it will be some time  in bhe fore part of December.  The regular monthly meeting of the  ladies' hospital aid will be held in St.  Paul's Presbyterian church - on Monday  afternoon at 3 o'clock.  The Hall Mines, Limited, have purchased from P. C. limes a right-of-way  from Palls street to the company's property on smelter hill. The right-of-way  is 125 feet wide and is equtil to six ordinary town lots. The consideration was  ,$1200.  Two carloads of fire brick arrived over  the Canadijm Pacific yestei'day, consigned  to the Nelson Coke ��fc Gas Company. The  brick will be used in the construction of  the company's plant.  MeBeath & Peters, who have the contract for laying the water main from  Cottonwood creek, expect to have the  work completed inside of two weeks.  There remains about half a mile of pipe  to be laid.  John Toomley, a miner formerly employed at the Athabasca mine, was  picked up at* the comer of Baker and  Staiiley streets last night and sent to the  .BUSINESS   MENTION.  general   hospital.      He   was   in   broken  health and Avithout a cent.  The Parsous Produce Company yesterday received four carloads of eggs over  the Crow's Nest road. Two cars will be  shipped out to Boundary points, one car  to Rossland, and the remaining car will  be used to meet the local demands of tho  trade.  J. W. Beugough of Toronto, Canada's  greatest cartoonist, is registered at the  Queen's.    He is accompanied by his wife.  Jacob Dover is back from a business  trip through the Boundary countiy. Like  all others who have been through that  countiy for tho first time, he is enthusiastic as to its future.  C. A. Waterman lias returned fi-om  Seattle, where he went with his father  and mother on their way to their new  home in California.  HOTEL ARRIVALS.  At tiie Hume���Arthur II. Boulton,  Lardo; Mrs. C. W. Brown. New Denvei';  Charles W. Busk, Koktiiiee Creek; D. W.  Moore and wife, Trail; L. Hancock, Spokane; Joh-I-'L Hull, .Fern mine; A. Yuill,  Medicine Hat; J. Gorman, Toronto; A. S.  McArthur, Kamloops; W. H. Ihxwley, Toronto; Thomas Brown, Princeton; Ed  Billings, Spokane.  At the Madden���C. Hamilton, Greenwood; J. Fournier, Montreal; P. W. Bell,  Fire Valley; John G. Dewar, Ymir.  At the Queens���Mrs. Frick, Moyie; H.  Saunders, Trsiil; II. W. Working and wife,  Northport; J. AV. Beugough and wife, Toronto; Frank EI win, Hall Siding; Thomas  Kane, Erie; Peter Genelle; Robson; M. Ii.  Dobs;Kimbei'ly; Hugh McEachran, Grand  Forks.  At the Pijaik.���Leslie Hill, Vancouver; C. L. McCooI, Lardo; R. P. Doucet  and A. E. Doucet, Lardo; It. Bell, Ottawa;  J. H. Macleod, Cranbrook; J. B. O'Brien,  Cranbrook; J. S. Clute, Rossland; J. A.  Todd, Vancouver; S. G. Kirk land, Ottawa;  N. Auld, OttaAva; Robert Hardy, Winnipeg.  At the Grand Centra***,.���W. Green-  less, Greenwood; Swan Swanson, Duncan  City ; D. C. Robertson, Slocan City ; John  Stuart, Slocan; F. llagarty and M. McLean, Silver King Mine; J. A. Tail Ion and  Avife, Montreal; A. P. Lemieux, Silverton;  D. H. Swedden, Cranbrook; It. G. Fillmore, Moyie; C.M.Patterson, Ymir;   M.  WE HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF  Coal Heaters  EVER DISPLAYED IN KOOTENAY DISTRICT  "-U^HMII&-_-_-_ SOLE AGENTS FOR THE FAMOUS  Cole's Hot Blast Heater  Our claims for this heater is that it is adapted  to any kind of coal, CROW'S NEST, LETH-  BRIDGE, or ANTHRACITE, burning all kinds equally well. Not requiring the  attention of an ordinary coal heater. Economical, durable and simple in construction.   See our Steel Ranges for hard and soft coal or wood.  NELSON  KASLO  SANDON  ARE YOU BURNING UP MONEY  Because Your Stove or Range Canqot be  Regulated to Save Fuel?  The latest thing out. Patent1 luminous tfojd glit^s higiiK, mime plates and -street numbers.  JJcndiiblc darkest nigh J h. Unexcelled /or beauty; never  .tarnish; last a life-time; price within reach. Kor sale  by il. H. Avery, Carbonate street, Nelson.  Wanted���Nurse girl.    Apply to Mrs.  P. E. Wilson, VictoriaHtrcefc.  Wanted���To   purchaso -an  eight-room  house.   Apply at Kinory & Walley's.'  Furnished rooms to let..  Apply to -Mrs.'  L. M. Jameson, Carney Block, Baker street wesl.    ,-  For-'Rent���A store on Vernon street,  opposite The Tribune ollice.   $10 a month.   Apply to li.  Kilbjv  ���   The' sale  of work   of   the   Methodist  Ladies1 Aid will be held on November 8th, ivllen many  useful and beautiful arJielus will be offered lo the public.  HUPSON^SBAY ~  COMPANY.  Jensen, A. Hansen aud  eouver.  J.  O'Neill,  Vtiu-  Another Great  Bargain Sale.  The great success'-which attended the slaughter sale of  our Sandon bankruptstock has  induced ,us to' place before our  patrons another! opportunity  of securing"staples at half the  regular prices. . Todo this we  have        *   -  Purchased Away  Below Cost  A large stock of goods from  Messrs. Foley Brothers & Lar-  sen, who have the contract for  the building of the Nelson &  Bedlington Railway. This stock  embraces $1000 worth of  staples which are in daily demand by miners, which we  have consolidated with the remainder of our Sandon stock.  Here are  IT WILL PAY YOU  TO EXAMINE  OUR NEW STOCK OF  STOVES AND RANGES  The saving in fuel effected will soon equal  the cost of the range. It can be so quickly  and easily regulated that there need ho no  waste of heat or fuel. New patented im-  provcinonts oJTer you more convenience and  comfort tluui you'll find in any other range.  TWO CAR LOADS TO SELECT FROM  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO  Four Carloads Received This Week  Special  , Attention to  Mail Orders.  Car of Keewatin "Lal^e of % Woods" Flour  Gar of Ogilvie's Hungarian Flour  Car of Asfyc'rqft "Burbank " Potatoes  Gar of Choice IVjixed Groceries  We Have the Goods       You Make the Prices  INCORPORATED 1670.  We carry in stock the following well  known brands of cigars.  Imported  BOCKY CIA, all sizes  HENRY CLAY, all sizes  H. UPMAN  .   EL TRIUMFO  LA LOLAS *.  '     LA HAMADA  FLOR DE LA ISABELA  Domestic  FLOR DE BAHAMA  ROSEBUDS  RELIANCE BQQUET  KEY WEST  ESPANOLAS, Etc.  Some of  Our Prices.  Men's heavy shoes, regular  price $3, reduced to $1.50;  Silver State overalls,, regular  price $1, reduced to 50 cents j  Men's heavy asbestos gloves,  regular price $1.75, reduced  to $1; Men's buck mitts, regular price $1.50, reduced to  75 cents; Men's winter caps,  regular price $1, reduced to  50 cents.  Kirkpatpiek & Wilson  Postoffice Box K. & W.  For Hallow'een  NUTS  RAISINS  APPLES  M.   DesBrisay   Ss.   Co.  ELLIOT -BLOCK. BAKKB STItEET, NELSON.  WHOLESALE  Hudson's Bay Co.  TafepKort'e 13  MINERS  WANTED  To work in tho Summit mine, near Ymir. Wnges ?3,S0  per dny forciglil.-hoiirshil'lM. Al'ltly to John J.iiidbliul,.  Hupcriiituii'Ic-nl, of the ..iimmil.-Yiiiir Mining < uiipany,  al Um comjiimy'H offices in Uio Jtrukan Hill DIock, Nelson.  Butter,  Eggs,  Cheese,  Green  Fruits,  Cured  Meats,  Vegetables  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF BACON  Full stocks carried at Nelson  and  Rossland.   Mail orders solicited.  An Appetizing1 Breakfast  " FITS A MAN FOR WORK.  Try our Government Creamery Butter, d. Y. Griffin & Go's  Hams and Bacon, Brackman & Ker's Rolled Oats and Corn-  meal, Almonte Milling Go's Self Raising Buckwheat Flour.  Baker- Street West, Nelson  John A. Irving & Co.  Strachan  ^l^-tTlVEBlBSiPv ___?0_  OjPEStAII-HOTCrsE   BLOC'S:

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