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Array If  re-  the  tlie  ALDERMAN HILLYER WANTS AN  Expression of Opinion "by the People.  Alderman Hillyer's music hall bylaw  was not reconsidered at last evening's  meeting of the city council. When the  bylaw was called alderman Hillyer made  a speech explaining his object iu introducing the bylaw, and added since  thei'e liad been considerable opposition  rjiiscd against its passage he would prefer  that the bylaw be submitted to the people  and their verdict taken as to whether  there should be a music hall in Nelson or  not.  Alderman McKillop called alderman  Hillyer's attention to the fact that it  would be impossible to conduct a music  hall under the terms of the proposed bylaw and make any money out of it. The  conditions imposed by the bylaw were  such that anyone who attempted to run  a music hall under them would luive to  evade its provisions to make any money.  Mayor Neelands welcomed the proposal  to submit the bylaw to the people jis a  happy way out of the difficulty, lie  said that he hud been in favor of the bylaAV but lie had found that from two-  thiids to thice-fqui tlis of the people of  the city were opposed to it. In view of  this the only vote he would give upon  the matter wouid be in favor of submitting the bylaw to the people.  This  was agreed  to  without dissent,  and those in charge of petitions  against  \/\ the bylaw filed cut of the chainbei agjiiu  ' without presenting.  Alderman Becj-'s bylaw for closing the  biuber shops on Sunday was then cjilled  for reconsideration aud final passage.  Aldeunan Hillyer, who fought the bylaw  jit every pievious stage, switched over  and moved the reconsideration and final  adoption, which was agi'eed to. The  effect of this will be that from now on it  will be an offence for jmy one to shave  or be shaved iu a barber shop in Nelson  on Sunday.  The reports of the finance and public  woiks committees were lejul and  adopted. The former lecommended the  payment of the current accounts. The  leport of the public woiks committee le-  commended (1) the construction of tv  sewer in the alley from Cedar street east  iu block 30 and through blocks S and 15  in Addition A; (2) that an estimate be  obtained as to the cost pf necessary sti'eet  lights on tho alternating system ; itnd (li)  that sewer connection be made fiom the  city hall and fireball, and lavatories be  placed in both buildings.  The belated communication of tlie Nelson Tramway Compar*y with iexpect to  the closing of the present roadway from  the .eastern limits of the city to Oak  street in the Hume addition wjis read.  Alderman Hillyer expressed the opinion  that the council should do something to  prevent the tramway company from  closing up the road. He moved that the  mayor appoint a committee to go into  tlie matter Jind see what arrangement"-  could be made. The mayor, however,  took the view that it, was a nuitter outside the province of the city council Jind  if the business men of the city were interested in keeping the load open they  could deal diiectly with either the tiam-  way company or the Nelson &Forb Shep-  pai'd Railway Company.  A sc'jond communication was read  from the tiamwtiy company protesting  against the manner in which the company's track ou Water street and at the  corner of Stanley street and Mines road  was being nndermined respectively by  the local gas company and the city waterworks extension. This matter was referred to the city engineer.  With respect to the employment of  provincial government prisoners hi the  breaking-of " stone-for- the-city~streets,~  mayor Neelands reported that government agent Turner stated that in the  event of the city paying for the services  of a guai d and supplying the tools, the  labor of the prisoners could be utilized  L;   Mie city for one month on trial.  Macdonald & Johnson wrote asking for  a settlement of Mrs. Gilbert's account  iigaiust tho city for hospital treatment.  The communication was laid over for two  weeks awaiting the action of tho provincial government.  Fred Elliot wrote jiskiug the city for  #5 spent in fixing up the recreation  ground after the use of the same by the  circus. -As the city had a, guarantee  from J. E. Amiable that the ground  would bte left in good shape, he "will bo  i.sked to pay the amount or stiind suit.  The Waterous Engine Company wrote  offering the city a discount of five per  c >ut off the list price for engines if the  machine was ordered by telegraph befoie  the company's annual stock taking. The  engine will not be ordered for the pi'esent.  0. F. Efcter wrote Jislcing the city for  compensation, through the road along the  pipe line from Cottonwood creek being  made impassjible. The matter was referred to the city engineer to report upon  the condition of the road.  The smelter band made a verbal  quest for financial assistance from  cify.    The matter  was referred to  city solicitor.  The bylaw amending bylaw No. 15  which imposes a tax upon fire insurance  companies wjis called for reconsideration  and filial adoption. The bylaw reduces  the annual tax, which tire insurance companies doing business in this city sluill  I jay, from $200 to $100. The reconsideration was moved by alderman Hillyer j  ^piis  PUBLISHED AT* NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  TUESDAY MOENING, NOVEMBER 7, 1899.  DAILY (BY MAIL) $5 A YEAR; WEEKLY, $2.  and seconded by aldermali McKillop, the  general opinion of the council being that  tho insurance companies had uot reduced  rates iu the business portion of the city  as gi-eatly as they should have done.  Alderman McKillop's bylaw amending  the waterworks bylaw so that it conforms to the provisions of tho Municipal  Clauses Act with respect to the installation and 'maintenance of service pipes  from the,city inaius to the side lines of  private property was put through its  several readings without dissent.  Baring in England.  London, November 6.���Ardor won the  Brownlow    nursery   stakes,    Rumbling  NEWS BY MAIL AND TELEGRAPH  A telegram has been received by superintendent Hussey at Victoria from police  officer .Tames Bain tit the 150-Mile House,  stating tluit McBi ide, the man who robbed  a safe in Cjiriboo of about $5000 some time  ago, has been captured. Officer Bain expresses no doubt as to his having the  right man.  The mines at Rossland shipped 0106  tons of ore last week from five mines,  namely, War Eagle 2550 tons, Le Roi  233(5 tons, Center Star 930 tons, Iron  Mtisk 270 tons, and the Virginia 20 tons.  The ore was worth in the neighborhood  of '$100,000.  II.M.S. Crescent will convoy the Sardinian to Capetown. At Sydney, Cape  Breton, the captain of the Sardinian wjill  receive instructions to this effect. The  Crescent is the flagship of the North  American squadron.  The Dodge telephones arc to be placed  in Toronto business houses for $2.50 a  month and in private residences for $9 a  year.  Vancouver is having a rather warm  time with the police, council, gamblers  tind the sky pilots. The chief of police,  according to resolutions passed at a special meeting of the council last week, will  either have to stop .all gambling in the  city or quit his job. The chief had better  quit.  Of the half hundred men imported  from Seattle and other places to work in  the Payne mine, only two have gone to  woik.    Both were Italians.  The Yiile Lumber Company of Greenwood has ceased to exist. It is understood tluit the Kootenay-Boundary lumber trust; so long talked of, will take over  the business next week.  Ten of the thirteen Ccour d'Alene  miners who were tried in tlie United  States court at Moscow, Idaho, for "obstructing the United States mails when  tlie Bunker Hill and Sullivan mills were  blown up last spring, weie found guilty.  The ten convicted men are Dennis  O'Rourke, Arthur Wallace, Henry Mar-  oni, John Lucinetti, C. R. Bnrres, Francis  Butler, Ed Abinola, P. F. O'Dounell, Mike  Mtilvoy, Louis Salla. Those not convicted wei'e F. W. Garrett, Fred Shaw  and W. V. Bundren. An appeal will be  taken to the circuit court.  State elections occur in Ohio, Nebraska,  Kentucky, and a number of other states  tomoriow. The indications point to a  decided Republican victory. The pros-  peiity of the country, coupled with the  unpopularity of the anti-expansion principles clnirapioned by Democratic leaders,  tells the story.  It is understood that a company has  about been formed in Greenwood for the  purpose of erecting and operating a $20,-  000 brewery in Eholt.���The favorable po--  sition of Eholt in relation to the various  mining camps and towTns of the Boundary  no doubt dictated the choice of Eholt.  The man Quigley, arrested Jit the Loop  lust week by provincial constable McLeod  on a charge of murder committed last  summer at Lacombo, Albei'ta, was let go  a few days ago, the authorities there having sent woul that there was not sufficient evidence to hold him on the charge.  Quigley's sister, wife of the murdered  man, has made a confession which alters  tho complexion of the case, hence the release of Quigley.  Fifteen people were injured by au explosion at the carbide works iu Ottawa  yesterday. Among the injured is chief  Provost of the firo brigade. The origin  of the explosion was due to fire.  The Farmers* Binder Twine Company  of Berlin, Outario, has declined a dividend of 100 per cent. Last year they de-  claied a dividend of 00 per cent.  D. C. Thomson, manager of the Mont-  retil Transportation Company, and well  known in transportation circles in Montreal,died last night. He .suffered a paralytic stroke on the Board of Trade on Saturday.  It is estimated that 8000 hunters are  now in northern Ontario searching for  dcer.  No word has been received at Ottawa  from the war office regarding the second  Canadian contingent, but a reliable  authority says the delay is no indication  tliat the offer will not be siccepted. Newfoundland's offer to send half her constables witJi the second contingent was  warmly z-eceived tit Ottawa.  MANY BUMOBS, BUT 10 NEWS  THE   BOERS   SEEM   TO   BE   GETTING   THE   BEST   OF   IT   IN   NATAL.  London, November 7.���Tho war office  announced .at midnight that no despatches had. been received beyond those  already made public, and that nothing  further, would be heard before noon today. Thus, not a solitary official item of  news has been posted for nearly forty-  eight hours. This luis given rise to a  crop of rumors: that Ltidysmith's ammunition is exhausted; that general White  is mortally wounded, and that both facts  are being concealed; and tluit other unlucky happenings have taken place. For  all of these reports there is absolutely no  foundation. At the same time the Britisher has had little to stimulate him  within the last twenty-four hours except  the news of the confident attitude of the  Ladysmith garrison and its slight successes last Thursday aud Friday.  Advices from other parts of South Africa Jire distinctly unpalatable, and everything points to a critical sitiuition in Natal and the northern portions of Cape  Colony, likely to grow more acute until  general White is either relieved or decisively defeats the Boers. Nobody dares  to think of capitulation. Rather than  that, he is exjaected as a last resort, if  Ladysmith becomes untenable, to make a  desperate effort to cut his Avay through  the Boers back into lower Natal and join  hands with the garrison there, which is  now almost certain to be reinforced by  the first arrivals of the army corps from  England, to be pressed forward to renew' touch with him. It is generally assumed, however, that general  White, with the aid of the naval guns,  will be able to cope with any bombardment, and the idea that the Boers could  take Ladysmith by assault is scouted as  absurd. The defense then depends on  the uninterrupted working of the naval  guns. Right here rises the important  question, upon which the dispatches have  thrown little light, whether the naval  guns, which themselves only arrived tit  the last moment, have with them sufficient ammunition to reply to a bombard  ment lasting possibly several weeks. If  not, it is hardly likely that works exist  in a small town like Ladysmith for easting the special shell needed for the 4.7  gun, and, moreover, there i.s no mention  of stores of lyddite at Ladysmith for recharging these shells.  Meanwhile* vague remarks in the dispatch pbintrto the impending' arrival 'of'  further big Boer guns from Johannesburg,  to be mounted among the hills within  range of Ladysmith. Such considerations  explain the anxiety felt regarding general  White's movements and position, not  only by the public, but in official circles.  The British retirement to Estcourt has  given the impression that it is intended  to make a stand there. Estcourt is the  last important town between the Boers  and the capital of Natal, and if the Boers  sweep past Estcourt, nothing can stop  them from laying siege to Pietermaritz-  burg, which cannot be expected to make  a protracted defence, while its fall would  be a tremendous blow to British prestige  throughout South Africa.  Already the British regiments out of  Colenzo have given the Boers au opportunity to make a bid for the active support of the disaffected Dutch in Natal by  proclaiming the annexation of the upper  Tugela section. Thus far, the Dutch  colonists seem to have confined their  sympathies with the inA'ading Boers to a  platonic emotion. Except for surreptitious assistance, there is no evidence that  they have yet joined the Boers in any  appreciable number.  The British newspapers publish a list  of the transports due to arr ive at Capetown from today. According to this,  some 20,000 men should l each the Cape  by the end of next Aveek; but the admiralty issued a warning last evening to the  effect that no disappointment must be  felt by the public if the transports should  not arrive at the dates mentioned, dates  which, the war office says, are " based in  many cases on too sanguine expectations."  Katie, with Reiff in the saddle, was  second; Rosiphel was thii d. SIojiu rode  Tethey, but was" unplaced. One hundred  and twrenty-three horses ran. Betting  was 100 to 7 against Rambling Katie and  7 to 2 against Tethey. ' Reiff, with IIol-  ttistel, avou the Frutby selling plate. Disdainful aa'jis second, Rigola third. The  Doddingtou mjiiden plate Avas .won by  Variety; Orontes avjis second, Swallow  Beck third, with Reiff in the saddle. The  betting AA'as 9 to 2 against Swallow Beck.  The Yarborough plate was won by Light  Comedy; Misunderstood, ridden by Reiff,  Avas second; Jolly Tar, Sloan up, third  Fourteen horses lan. Betting a.jis 7 to 2  against Misunderstood, aud 100 to 7  against Jolly Tar.  Golenso m the Hands of the Boers.  E&tcx>ukt, Ntital, November 3.���Coienso  is noAv in the hands of the Boers. Before the evacuation AA'as decided upon,  the enemy decided to cut off our outposts. The Durban light infantry tind a  forciTof Diiblin~firsileers~Aveire sent to the  relief of the outposts, and a brisk fight  ensued. The Boers Avere lepulsed, leaving thirteen dead. Twenty Boer horses  were killed and the others stampeded.  The chief motive of withdrawal, hoAvever,  Avas that the long range guns of the  Boers has made the position untenable.  No orders Avere received for retirement.  While retirement Avas in progress the  Natal volunteers of Fort Wyleh had  great difficulty iu getting JiAAtiy their  nine-pounder in the dark. They Aveie  advised to spike tlie gun, but a. ere exceedingly tuiAvilling to do this, ic-jolving  to make a determined effort to take it  Avith them. While they Ave re running  the gun on its carriage <1oavii a hill the  ropes broke, and tlie gun aud carriage  ran on, the latter being smashed at the  bottom of the incline. Nothing daunted,  the plucky fellow, undertook to ctmy  the Aveupon itself, Avhich had not been  damaged, and they got it here safely.  The Boers shelled Coienso camp at daAA n  today, being apparently luinAVtvre of tho  evacuation. They looted the stores,, but  did not harm the bridges, saying they  AA'ould Avant the railway themselves.  The Avomen and children here are  croAvding the trains bound for Pietermar-  itzburg and Durban.  Estcourt, Natal, November 4.���It i.s  reported that the Boeis lost 800 in killed,  wounded and captured in Thursday's battle on Tatham's farm, near Ladysmith.  Noon.���A reliable messenger has just  ai rived from Ladysmith, passing the  Boer lines during the night, avIio repoits  that hejiA-y fighting occurred on Thursday  around Ladysmith. The hottest engagement avjis ou George Tiithain's farm, on  the Orange Free State side of Besters.  The British drove the Boers back to their  camp.    Tho enemy suffered great loss,  and thirty mounted Boers were captured.  .The fighting a\ as rcbumed on Friday, the  Boei'S filing from Nosdwathsham, a hill  near Pepworth's farm. Again they were  diiven back Avith loss upon their camp.  A large force under John Wes&eis,  Avith artillery, has taken up a  position on the left of Beacon, locating on  the Woodhouse,,Picciones aud Langva-  racht farina, facing Besters, aud a small  command is now encamped on the soutli  side of Pieters station, commanding the  railway. The Boeis haA'e torn up the  culverts of the railway near Pieters  station and haA'e burned the Avooden  partitions. No damage has yet been  done at Coienso. The houses, stores, ra.il-  Avay and iron bridges remain intact. The  messenger says he heard that the Boers  Avould be in Coienso today (Saturday)  and that the volunteers AA'ere leaving.  Much regret is felt at the unnecessary  alarm being created at Maiitzburg, -when  there is no need for it. The Natal naval  corps Avith guns Avill return to Maritzburg  today-t3 reassure the inhabitants:   False in Every Kespect.  Berlin, November 7.���Commenting  upon a rumor from Amsterdam that Dr.  Leyds, the diplomatic representative of  the Transvaal in Europe, had declared  that the intervention of France, Russia  and Germany in the Ti'ansvaal avjis now  assured, the KolnizeheZeitung says: "We  do not know Avlnit Dr. Leyds may havo  said, but the matter of his supposed statement is false in every respect. Neither  France or Russia luis shown the slightest  inclination, either Avith or Avithout Germany, to settle tlie South African question on the oider of the day."  Awaiting Keinforcements.  London, November 7,���Tne Daily M.iil  litis received the follow ing despatch from  Strombcrg, dated Friday evening: "Au  Orange Free State force. 2000 strong, is  now at FcAvon's farm, halfway betAveen  tlie Orange i iver and Burghersdorp. Tho  Boers jire aw iii ting there for the arrival  of 3000 reinforcements from Rouxville  Bloemfontein, before moving on "Strom-  berg. There is a third Free State force  at Colesburg. The signalling in the Boer  camp avjis plainly visible fiom hero last  night."    Russian Designs on Afghanistan.  London**, November 7.���The .St. Peteio-  burg correspondent of the Times telegraphs that vtnious rumors arc afloat  there rcgai'ding Russian dc-igns upon  Afghanistan.  Afraid of Tar and Feathers.  Victoria, Novembei 0.���[Special to The  Tribune].���Alderman Kinsman made a  sensational .statement to the city council  tonight that the object of the residents of  Victoria West in inviting the mayor and  aldermen to a public meeting on Thursday next is to tar and feather them. If  not the Avhole board, he felt sure that  this treatment was in store for himself,  and he advised refusing the invitation.  This suggestion carried, though other  members repudiated any fear of tar.  Victoria West people are indignant at  the closing of the Craigfiower road,which  incidentally will improve alderman Kins-,  man's property.  SIFTON'S ASSISTED IMMIGRANTS  In a speech made in Winnipeg last  Aveek minister of the interior Sifton, in  extenuation of his policy of bringing in  pauper immigrants from Europe, had this  to say: " Up to tho time he took office he  never heard any objection to population.  Now, however, a certain section of the  press had objected to the immigrants and  had tried to find reasons against them.  As to the Doukhobors and Galicians, they  had only been brought here after careful  investigation by good men, and he AA'as  perfectly satisfied, and Avorrld stake his  reputation that they Avould make  good settlers. He Avanted it taken  down that he had said that in  five years there Avouid not be a Avholesale  man in Winnipeg who Avould say that the  policy of bringing in tliese people Avas a  mistake. There had come in 7303 Doukhobors at a cost of $7.01 per head; 15,909  Galacians at a cost of $4 91 per head;  Avhile all the immigrants of the last three  years cost on an average $9.03 per hejid,  so that they had spent more upon white  settlers than foreigners."  The sequel is furnished in the folloAV-  ing item from the Medicine Hat NeAVs of  the same date: "The coal miners at Leth-  bridge, according to the Macleod Gazette,  threatened to go on strike last week,  AA'anting an increase of Avages. Sixty  Doukhobors were ready to take up the  Avoi-k if the miners Avent out. Ten members of the Northwest Mounted Police  have been, since the first of the AA'eek,  under orders foi Lethbr idge service."  And further illustrated by the folIoAV-  ing from the Toronto Star: "The National Council of Women, at its closing  session in Hamilton, Ontario, yesterday,  decided *co raise a fund to loan to the  Doukhobors. Mrs. Fitzgibbon related  her experience on a recent visit to the  Doukhobor settlement, and said money  Ava.5 badjy needed to help them along."  "*  City's Financial Statement for  October.  TLl.Ct.IPlb.  Sundi ics                         ,  $    12 15  Heal estate Ui\c,  1,421 07  ElectUC IlP-'ht. MllCS  .    I ��>" W  VVatci latcs  j,o.>i n$  licenses         .  .��) 00  J'nlicc couil'Jlnca         . .p  %'u t0  Howei rat eh  1��) fit)  ^IiM'ULineousi                     .               , .  07) 01)  IJiiual permits <wd lots  000  Supplies  2.' I**  Hfulth (lop.irttnciil  .    .     201 7->  City weigh i-cales  12 50  Itoxl t.t\  1.K.2 00  Total       .     .  .7.S7J U  DlbHUHbr.MhMS  Fire dcimrlinont ..                                    . .  . . 3    157 07  Police dap irtmetit           ,  ffl* 70  Hcvltli <lepai tmeut . .  >21 70  *Tpci;.ilo\.pc'i'-"-p  2fiS 57  MiFcll'inctui        ...                ...  110 (,0  I .hiLiiu mm staliojic.i>  .17 OU  Public buildings and groiimlH  15 00  S ilai igs  171 (fi  Scwoi constiuclion  2 210 75  Sawci iiinintomtncc  10 7,5  Klccliic, lisjlit const! uction  3 -"U (<')  Klcctiio Iitfht nifuntcii.uice  1SS 20  AA'nlei woi ks construction  ���)5i.) ��U  StiocK  l>S 87  Sidewalks                    .                    .    .  ?M In  C/itv wt.Kh st ilcp>  77 tVi  Sinking fund  3.7PO 00  I2\(ji.uigc  M  Total  .21,712 10  ItVNK  1IW..IVI , (KTOIN.U.WlJI.  H lUncc at credit .September .Wlh  $18,015 10  Deposits in October          ,  7,52n 05  TotuI  *?25 570 .15  Chcck-> IhHiiod in October  ?_1.7I_* 10  JUhinceut uutit  $  i S._ 2.5  One Way to Treat Tinhorns.  Henry Swain and Charles Clinton, the  two men avIio were arrested in connection  with the fiie at the Club hotel on Saturday after-noon, Avere brought before  police magistrate Grease yesterday upon  a charge of A'agraney. The Hie in question wa. caused by theprisonersintheirat-  teiuptbat mai king--everal sett of playing  car <Is to be used by them in gambling. The  magistrate imposed a fine of $'i0 and  costs in ojich case. The pri&oneis paid  all told V04..T0 into the municipal treasury, and AA'ere thereupon given twenty-  four hours to get out of the city. It is  stud th.tt the man avIio made liis escape  had a kit of tools for the shaA-ing and  mm king of ctirds.  Predicts Havoc.  Nkav York, November' G.���The French  pic-jb has been cheerfully announcing the  ivsue of letters of maryucby the Ti'tuis-  a'jui! goA'ernment, and predicts the htivoc  wliich njivjitoeis may work among ihit-  i-.li meichantmen and even transports. In  this the Ptnis journals find in part an  explanation for the mobili/ation of the  iiuti-ih special service squadron. The  view ttiken by the Get in.m pi ess on the  same matter is interesting. The Herlin  journals treat the suggestion of privateering Avith skepticism.  THE MARION IS THE MAKINGS  Of a Good Mine.  Nj3\v Denver, November 6.���Saturday  last the first payment on the bond on the  Marion, one of the prominent properties  on  Silver mountain,   fell   due and  AA'as  promptly met. This deal Avas put tli rough  in the  interest of Toronto  people three  months ago by  D.  W. King, since Avhich  time the  claim  has  been steadily developed.    One tunnel  has been driven closo  on 200 feet, with  an  unbroken ore chute  from the surface, exposing more than sufficient mineral to pay the purchase price.  It is purposed to increase the force and  commence a new tunnel on the lead down  on the Merrimac,  Avhich avjis bonded by  the company a month or so later.    This  will give  much  greater depth and lend  additional value to Avhat is going to make  a shipping property.    J. K. Clark is now  superintendent,bf .the Marion, and everything is proceeding iir almost satisfactory  manner.    The owners of the Marion are  A. Sproat,  A.  Melnnes, J. Marino, NeAV  Denver;   and   G.  Alexander,   Kaslo���all  equal owners.    Several  tons  of supplies  for Avinter use Avill be packed up to the  Marion from here.  A party of experts went up to the Nee-  pawa, Ten-mile, on Saturday, Avhich property Avas thoroughly inspected and the  general situation surrounding the Enterprise sized up.  A steam-heating plant is being installed iu the Payne mine bunkhouse.  W. C. E. Koch will remove his saAvmill  on Ten-mile to the Half-Avay camp, and  Avill add a planer to his equipment. These  improvements portend to greater things  for the creek.  The Queen Bess is fhrming Avater from  Howson creek to drive tho three-drill  compressor being put in at the long  tunnel.  New ore houses are being erected at  the Madison and an ore crusher put iu at  the No. 5 tunnel. Considerable other  impr ivements are also to be effected, including an upraise, winze aud several  hundred feet of tunneling. The property  has an excellent shoAA'ing of ore, both  clean and concentrating. It Avill be a big  producer in a short time.  An effort is being made to have sir  Charles Tupper address the Conservatives in the Slocan Avhile on his Avestern  tour. His experience and sage advice are  sorely needed, if the adherents of the  true faith are to be kept firm to the standard. At piesent things are at sixes and  se\'cns, with the so-called and self-termed  leaders in secret, and sometimes open,  variance one with the other, Avhile the  rank and file among tho, laboring classes  profess faith in nothing short of* eight  hours ti day and $3.50���not principle, but  actual and'stei**i reality. *  Wedded.  James M. Bulger, of the Ctmadian Pacific shipyard, joined the ranks of the  benedicts yesterdjiy afternoon, avIich ho  was married to Mrs. L. M. Jameson. The  marriage ceremony avjis performed in tho  Carney block by Rev. Robert Frew in tho  presence of ii large circle of friends, the  bride being attended by Edith F, Leduc  and the gioom by James Mclvirnen, After  the ceremony the company sat down to a  very tasty supper. Mr, and Mrs. Bulger  AA'ere the recipients of several very handsome presents. The men employed in the  shipyard presented them Avibh a handsome oak sideboard, ti silver tea service,  and a set of carveis; G. H, Sprout, sih'er  chafing dish; James Lawrence, silver soup  ladle; Fred Irvine, silk piano cover; Messi s.  Fauquier, Mclvirnen and Kinghorn, oak  _easy chair: Mis. Chjirles Moore, car ved  silver sugar shells and picture frame;  Frank Simpson, silver Avater pitchei; Mrs.  McMillan, two ornamental flivuer vases;  Mrs. Leduc and Miss Ganelc, jardinieres;  James McDonald, Jineii bjisket; Mrs. Prank  Richardson, silver buttci knife and sugar  spoon; Mrs. E. M. Chambers, counterpane; Mi.s. 15. W, Mulligan and Mrs. E C.  Wooda\aid, pin cushion: P. J. Butler, marble clock; J. 11. Bowci, book oC poem-;  Ficd Lot ing, .sih'er cake stand; Mis. J.  Egan, set of -silver napkin rings; Misses  Clara and Liz/ie Bulger, set of cut glass  bottles: Charles A. Waterman, set of  fruit knives; Charles Craudon, silver  bi cad dish. Mr. and Mr\s. Bulger left on  the train this morning for Spokane.  New Denver News.  Tlie Knights of Pythia. third annual  ball. gi\en Thursday night, avus tv huge  success, visitors beiug present from Nelson, Kaslo and other outside points, it  aa-us the drcsaiest affair ca'ci seen in the  .Slocan. Pipe-are on the ground for tho  watei woiks extension. Ayluin, Strickland and Byincs aie going in extensively  for fruit and market gardening on the  flat: ii< i oss the creek and facing on Union  ba\r. Between them thoy av ill havo several block*, under cultivation.  Is About the Size of Nelson.  The census returns of Da a. sou City  give the population as 4115. Of these  Atubi.i, China, (iteece and Holland Iuiao  but a single icpiosontatiAo dich. Great  Britain and her colonies including Canada itself, contribute loss thanone-foiuth  of the total, tho number being 995. Of  these G15 are Canadians, 208 English, 09  Scotch, 19 Irish and 25 Australians. The  United States contributes over three-  fourths of the total, namely 8205.  -z\ THE TRIBUNE:  _ntELS01nt, B. C, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER ?, 1899.  5 iS> _sa ^Sa -S3 v^ ���.�� -ss *Ss ���  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  B  ��� B  The Great Removal Sale  GOBS   MERRILY   OIN  B  B  B  From morning till night our   store  is   crowded   Avith   buyers "eager  for the  bargains   which   hero   invite  everyone, man. woman   or child.    Tho business trans-���  acted during the last three weeks has exceeded our most sanguine anticipations.    It  Avould not have done so had not the values been Tight.    But now   comes  the most  interesting part of the ssle.     Carpenters and masons still claim the right of way  our new premises, which will make it necessary to postpone our  removal  one week.  Durimr this week we will olfer the balance of our stock of mantles���41 in number-���  at prices that will discount anything we have heretofore attempted. These goods  are fresh from the best manufacturer*', tmd tire the most stylish garment's of the  kind shown this season. Wc still have an immense range of ladies' suits, dress  goods, collarettes, rufl's, gloves, corsets, underskirts, etc. We consider it no trouble  to show goods, and will not force you to buy.    These goods sell themselves.  #  *  �����_  MARTIN O'REILLY & CO.  BANK  OP  B. O.  BUILDING.  NELSON.  ���_?_3_=i_va:s C__.S__C  .��.&&��.^��*.-?��:|?S-:t|-*IM^  #  -#���-  PANTS  OVER 100 PAIRS JUST TO HAND  ALL WEIGHTS AND PRICES TO SELECT FROM  MEN'S OUTFITTER  Sign ot the RED   HAT, Baker St., Nelson  J. F. WEIR  Wholesale  Houses  DERATED AND  MINERAL WATERS.  THORPE & (JO., LIMJTED.-Corner Vernon and Cedar  streets,  Xelson, manufacturers  of and   wholesale  dealers in ierutcd waters and fruit syrups,  for Halcyon Springs mineral water.  pSolo agents  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  TTT F.  TEF/TJSEL &  CO.���Corner  linker and Jose-  ��" ���   pliine streets. Nelson, wholesale  dealers in as-  snycrs' .supplies.   Agents for Denver Fire Clay Co. of  Denver. Colorado.   CIGARS.  KOOTENAY CIGAR -MANUFACTURING CO.-Cor-  ner Haker and Hall streets, Nelson, manufacturers  of "Royal Seal" and "Kootenay Belle" brands of cigars.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  H.I. EVANS & CO.���Baker M.rcct, Nelson, wholesale  ��� dealers'in liquors, cigars, cement, Hi o brick and1  " fire clay, water pipe and steel rails, nnd general eom-  'inihhion merchants. J  ��� .,    FLOUR AND FEED.  ,  BRAOKMA***"-* & KKR *MILLINC COMPANY LTD.���  Front street. Xufcoii, wholvsalc dealers In flour, oatmeal; etc., and hay und grain. Mills at Edmonton, Victoria, and N'ou-Yvo-pUimih'or.        i   ' * ;   GROCERIES. ���  A   MACDONALD & CO.-Corncr Vernon and Joso-  ��   phine streets, wholesale grocers ,and jobbers in  i blankets, gloves, mitts, boots, rubbers, inaekinaws and  miners'sundries.   KOOTENAY   SUPPLY    COMPANY,    LEMITED--  Vernon street. Nelson, wIioIcmiIo grocers.  TOHN   CROLDITC1I  &  CO.-Fiont- street, NeUoiu  "    wholesale grocers.  ; '  ' FRESH AND SALT~MEATS.  T5   BURNS &  CO Haker street. Nelson, wholesale  - ���*��� ��   dealers in fresh and cured meats.   Cold storage.  '      HARDWARE AND MINING SUPPLIES.  H BYERS & CO.-Corner Raker and .Josephine streets,  ��  -Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and niining  supplies. 'Agents for Uiant Powder Co.   LAAVRENCE HARDWARE COMPANY-Bakor St.,  Nelson, wholciulo dealers in hardware and mining  supplies, and water and plumbers' Supplies. >  VANCOUVER HARDWARE COMPANY, LIMITED  ���Baker street. Nelson, wholesale dealers in hardware and mining supplies, plumbers and* tinsmiths' supplies. : .   LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  TURNER, BEETON & CO.-Corncr VcrnOn and Josephine streets. Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  cigars and dry goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Co. of  -Milwaukee ami Calgary Brewing Co. of Calgary.   PAINTS   AND   OILS.   ���T\*JEf.SOX~Ii:\ KD WA Rl-rcOIUPA X Y-Bn ker "SI i eot-  J-^ Wholesale dealer in paints, oils, and brushes ol'ull  Jcinrts^ Largest stock in Ivootemiy.   POWDER, CAPS AND FUSE.  HAMILTON POWDER COMPAXY-Bukcr stroet,  NeKon, manufactures'* of dynamite, sporting,  stumping and black blasting powders, wholesale dealers  in caps and fuse, and electric bla-iting apparatus.   PROVISIONS, PRODUCE AND FRUITS.  pARSOXS PKODUCK COMPANY���Vernon btrcct,  ���*��� Nelson, wholesale dealers iti provisions, produce,  nnd fruits.   Agents fur Swift & Co. bacon uiul hams.  JY. GKIFFIN & CO���Corner Vernon and Josephine  ���   street*.  Nelson,  wholesale dealere  in   provisions,  cured meats, lmttcrnnd eggs.   "CT R. STKWAHT&; CO.-Wnrehouses-oiiC.P.R.truck,  ���*��� ��� foot of Stanley mi reel. Nelson, whulesale dealers in  provisions produce and fruit*. Cold storage. Agents  Armour & C ojstaco j^ham^Iari^iiwlotljer product*__  TV/TAX ITOIU PRODUCE ANI) VoMMl&SION CO.,  ���"���*��� Ltd. - Xelson branch. Hit)! street. WhoIUstilii  dealers in butter, og^suml ehee-e.  SASH AND DOORS.  NELSON SAAV ANI) PLANING "MILLS, LIMITED-  Cortier Front and Ilittl utieets', Nelson, mauufac-  turers of and wholesale dealers-' In sash und doors; till  kinds of f.ictory work made I u order.   7 WINES AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA AVIXK COMPANY, LIMITED���Cornor Ji'ronUind Hall streets, Xelson, wholesale dealers  in winesfessepindbulkland domestic and imported cigais.  :te ��rtbwne*  The Sandon Review admits that the  importfition of Italians  into  the  Slocan,  to Avork in the mines, ib tindesirable, but  ���jiLstifiable.   Why justifiable ?   The mine  managers of the   Slocan are disputing  Avith the mine Avorkers over ji question of  Avages,  tho workers demanding $3.50 a  day and tho managers willing to pay but  .$&   Surely tlie diU'ereiices  call  be  ad-  jvisted   without   bringing   an   undesirable class of   people into- the country.  Were a difference to arise betAveen the  managers and the dealers iu poAvder, or  the dealers in mining timbers,: or the  dealers in drill steel, over the price of any  of these articles, Avould the managers be  -justified in purchasing inferior poAvder,  or timbers, or steel ? They Avould not be,  find they ai'e not justified in importing  men into the country that do not make  laAv-abiding residents, and Avho seldom  become citizens.  The Tribune is of opinion tluit mayor  Neelands erred in stating that, the  city  was not concerned in the  closing  of the  road leading to the Nelson & Fort  Sheppard depot.    The   city   is   concerned- jn,  eA'eryroad and trail leading-to' aud from  the city, for it is  over these  roads and  ti'ails thatthe people of Nelson either do  .business themselves or got the business of,  '���men AA'ho Jire dcA'clopiug mines ^tributary  to Nelson.    The Nelson & Fort Sheppard  railway haf;'been an important factor in  the  upbuilding of the  town, and every  facility should be giA-en the people avIio  of necessity must transact business over  that   road.      The   ti'amway people,- no  doubt, are acting like hogs iu closing tlie  i*oad to the Nelson & Fort  Sheppard de-  pot���but they tire not acting in any  AATay  different   from    corporations   that    get  what they want from a city for  nothing.  The city should see to it that u road is  made, so that traffic Avill  not  be  interrupted betAveen the toAvn and the rail-  Avay depots and made at once.  The Greemvood Miner, in discussing  the threats of minijig-broker McCiuiig of  Monti'eal to test the constitutionality of  the eight-hour Ijiaa. is in error when it  States tluit the supreme court of the  United States has pjissed on a like issue  and has decided that eight-hour laws  ptissed by several, states were unconstitutional. W it is not an error, why  has not A. W. McCune of .Salt Lake,  Utah, who is a ptirtncr of mining-broker  McCuaig in -the Payne mine, in the  .Slocan, had the Utah eight.-hour law up.set  by the court of final resort iu the United  Slates? Tlie truth is that tho supreme  courts of the seA-erjil slates litive passed  on such laws; some of them declaring the  Ijiav to be constitutiontil, AVhilo others declared just the opposite.  Alderman JIillyior does not seem to  know his own mind on the music hall bylaw question. One day ho introduces  the bylaAV*; the next day he says he Avill  Avithdi'.'iAv it; Jind the next decides to  submit it to the people. The people of  Nelson are not losing sleep over the  music hall question and do not Avant to  be bothei-ed Avitli it���and some of them  tire beginning to lose faith in alderman  Hillyer.    He  is  too much of a "Hopper.''  Thk organs of the mine managers say  that the enactment of the eight-hour Ijxav  Avas  brought about by tho tigitation of  The "Wonder"  Fur triilimhigs just opened*- Orotic skins, sable tails  and hearts ter millinery purposes. ]���ovoly lines just arrived. Tea cloths and tray cloths with di"i/w'ii work tind  stfifflpiiij; workxHi. Photo frames and mounts.. Servinjf  caids and liUlo thimbles for children. I-ctwoim in embroidery mid lace work SO ceuiit.  alien agitators. Will the organs giAre  the names of these agitators ? The bi'-  gans are like parrots. Their masters  make an absurd statement, and they  take it up and repeat it so often that  they imagine they are making statements of fact.  Patriotism Used For Party Purposes.  Toionto .Star.  The reA'erses suffered by. sir George  White have already given rise to ji demand for a second Canadian *coi7tingent,  but it is just as Avell not to ovei'do tho  thing or the world may get the .idea that  Canadian patriotism i.s of the frothy A'ar-  iety. Tho proposal is a Conservative  trick, designtited to put the government  "into a hole." Of course the gOA'ern-  ment Avould justly refuse to raise a  second contingent at this stage of  eA-ents, and the opposition Avould  Avhoop it up for tho old flag and denounce  the Liberals as traitors. Contingents  fi'oin the colonies Avere not AAranted or 21c-  cepted by Britain merely as a matter of  of numbers; they Avere designed simply  to show the Avorld the loytilty of the colonies, aud jis a hint of Britain's vast re-  seiwe strength. Hawing sent contingents,  the ejnpjj-e's object has been accomplished.  It is pertinent in A'iew of this agitation  for a second contingent based on the  ejirly British defeats,- , to 'recall the  fact that the bulk ..of the Biitish forces  are still : Jit sea, and tluit long  Jigo it Avas admitted that early in the  Avar British reA-erses Avould be the J'ule.  The expected has happened, but there is  no use of ���groAving. hysterical over it. The  Boers hiiA-e 20,000 men at Ladysmith, tind  general White had 12,000, and it is nsit-  urjil that the British should not Avin a  A'ictory. But Biitain has euroute, Jibout  to start, over 7.5,000 troops, and they.Avill  be more than sufficient, according to present prospects, to cope Avitli- the Trans-  .vaal .forces. It is time to cease using  patriotism as a party dodge.  A Menace to the City's Existence.  Sandon Paystreak.  The latest phase of the sti'ike situation  ���the importation of Italian laborers���is  a menace to the existence of the city of  Sandon, and, for that'matter, to  the in-  dustrial- Avelfare  of   every   other   community in the Kootenay.    It is' fill very  well for the Mine Owners' Association to  take   Avhatevei"   stand   they choose on  inatters political, but a. hen they undertake to displace British subjects ������with  these  ignorant,   degenerate  Jiliens they  OA'erstep the mark and threaten the business    of    many    Avho    are    dependent  for their Arery-existence oii'the high-class  Avorkmen  who ., have   built,  the Slocan.  Such a programme Will not be quiescently accepted,by the citizens of- the Slocjtn,  and if the mine OAvners find, the affair jis-  sumihga national importance and theni-  .seh'cs held up to  execration  throughout  tho length and breadth ofthe land  they  may   sooth   .their  Avounded sensibilities  Avith the reflection  that  A\'hat"e*.er they  may suffer at the hands of an outraged,  public and ji disparaging press luive been  brought on by their own actions.  A Scoundrel Sentenced.  Paris, November 6.���Major- count Esterha/.y, the reputed author of the bor-  dcreau, which bjought about the conviction of captain Prey fus on the charge  of treason, AA-as sentenced today by default, on his cousin Christian's charge of  swindling, to three years' imprisonment  .and to. ptvy a fine of 50 francs. He AA'as  jvlso ordered to refund the 35,000 francs  claimed by Christian.  HUDSON'S BAY  ���COMPANY^  w  ^������^���esi ssi,=i,^p %spt^-^* '<s���^���-s^��� ^��-"-ca,���s,*s,,=i��,^^,^r,'^p-cap ^p^^<=^.��s,Sp^p^"^rp^p^*^^pC5.v^.'<^.cs"^^',=a-'^p-S''^'<K,'^'<^,^VM.  '������ ��� ��� v^ilVv  t^ BARGAINS IN  H? CHILDREN'S  ty GUM BOOTS  A ���  CLOSING  BARGAINS IN  MEN'S  GUM BOOTS  B  SALE OF  ^  W  Boots and Shoes  Rubbers and Overshoes  #  75 pairs of Men's Shoes, worth $4,  $5, and $6, sale price, $3  15 pairs of Women's Shoes, worth  $Z.50 and $3, sale price, $1.25  40 pair Misses' Shoes, worth $1.50,  $1.75, and $2, sale price, $1  37 pair  Women's Rubbers, worth  60 cents;��� sale price, 40 cents.  W  B  B  B  B  B  50 pair   Children's  Shoes,   worth ^  $1, $1.25, and $1.35, sale price, 80c j��  30pair Ladies' Cloth Gaiters, worth j-jj-j  $1 and $1.25, sale price 40c ���%  B  33 pair Ladies' Evening Slippers, i$\  worth $3, sale price, $1.50 ��  20 pair Women's Overshoes, worth J��  $2.25 and $2.50, sale price, $1.75     B  'B  B  B  B  BARGAINS IN  LUMBERMEN'S  RUBBERS  36 BAKER STREET  FRED IRVINE & CO.  B  BARGAINS IN  BOYS  OVERSHOES -  ���W&:3sS:a_!  mi  ^-5  ���'���(-^���s  *#���  1^  m  m  :    B  FOR SALE  BUSINESS AND RESIDENTIAL  PKOPERTX*   "  WE HAVE  REMOVED OUR  TOYS AND  MUSIC TO THE  OPERA HOUSE  BLOCK  NEXT DOOR TO  POSTOFFICE  INCORPORATED 1670.  We caiTy 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 BOQUET  KEY WEST  ESPANOLAS, Etc.  Canada Book k Drug do  NKLSON, imiTISH COMJMBIA,  .Smoked  ROYAL SEAL AND  KOOTENAY BELLE  CIGARS   30 by 120, Bakor streot. between Josephine and  AVard btreots , :...,..... .SflOO  50 by 120, Baker streot, between Josophino and Hall  btreets, corner   ' 25 by 120 with improvements, south side of Vernon  street '. _....  5000  50 by 120 with, improvements, south t.ido of" Vernon  streot ...v.-  ,..-.  6000  2Jlots with cottage rented at $15 por mouth, Victoria  street.... '.  3500  2 lots with cottage rented at $20 per month, Stanloy   -  street;  3000  6 lots in block UD, all cleared and fenced in  2500  AGSNTS POR  J. & J. TAYLOR SAFES  "w\a���:r:d beos.  Real Estate and General Agents; Bakor St., NolBon  Charles   D.  J.  Christie  GENERAL   BROKER.  COLLECTIONS   SOLICITED  _B'OR_SAIjB.  i3m  2700  UNION   MADE  lootenay Cigar Manfg. Co.  A M-Koom (now) House, rented nt 910 per month  An 8-ltoom (new) House, two lots, corner   KOR  RRNT   .  A .-i-Uooni House ('uriifclied). J30.00  mo.vicv to ].0,vn on hum, estate or bllokt tekms.  ���    ' oi._tci:s :  Four Doors West of Dominion Express Office  T&e Nelson Electric Tramway Co., Ltd.  LOTS FOR SALE  ON EASY TERMS  Big Sc(]00qer  *  Beer or Ha._f=  arsdMhlalf.  Always F*re__th  Always      Cool  THE BEST GLASS OF SEEK IN NELSON IS'  AT THE  Club Hotel  Corner Silica and  _Staiiley_Street8.   E. J. CURRAN, Prop.  T��-iree number of choico building Io(h Adjacent lo Uio  line or their tiwnwaj'. I(>or prico and torn.) of sulu apjijy  Jo the office of tlio company. Mftedoimld block, conier of  plocephiiio and Vernon strceUs. ,  T. C. DUNCAN, ScorotJiry.  Nolson, British Columbia.  H, D, Asheroft  BLAOKSiV.ITHING  AND EXPERT  HORSESHOEING  Wagon repairing promptly attended to by a flrst-class  wheelwright.  Special attention given to all kinds of repairing and  custom work from outside points.  S(-op:   Hall Street, between Baker and Vernon, Nelson  Hudsofl's Bay Co.  Telephone 13  MANUFACTURERS OF  BNG-INHS, BOILERS, SHAFTING, IRON AND  BRASS CASTINGS OS" EVERY DiflBO-RIPTION  Repairs promptly attended to,       ���__ O. Box 173.  :.   AEOHITEOTS.  EWAKT & CAliltIK���Architects. Itoonw 7 and S Ab |  crdean block, Bailor gtzeo _ Holloa.;  SQUIRE'S   RANCH   FOR   SALE  Containing 120 acres of land Within one and a  Quarter miles ot Nelson.  For further  particulars apply to  FRBD   3.   SQUIRE.    Nelson.   B.   C.  LODGE   MEETINGS.  KNIGHTS  OF PYTHIAS-Nelson   Lodge,   No,  25,  Knights of Pythias, meets in I, O. O, F. Hall, corner  Baker ana Kootenay streets, ovcry Tuesday evening: at  8 o'clock.   Visiting Knights cordially invited to attend.  T. LILLIE, C. C.    - R. 6. JOY, K. of K. & S.  NELSON LODG-B, NO. 23, A. V. & A. M. Moots  second Wednesday in each month. Sojourning  brethren Invited.  "NTELSON L. O. "_.,~No. 1692, mcets'in I. O. O. F. Hull  ���*���'    corner Baker and Kpotcnajr streets, 1st  Halcyon Water  WE 1IAVK Arl'OIXTKU  THORPE  & CO. SOLE  BOTTLERS.  OF THIS WATER  Halcyon ffot Springs Sarjstarium Co.  W. C. HlfSBAND, Wnnngor.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BRBWKRS AND BOTTLKRS OP       ���  ger  'Prompt and regular   <  delivory tn the tr."uio.  Brewery at Nelson.  nces is  Friday of each month  vitcd.  JOHN TOYK, W. M.  _..   ���     ., md 3id  ViKiCingr brethorn cordially in-  F. J. BRADLEY, Roc. Sec.  TSJELSON   iKItlE,  Number   22,  Fraternal Order  of  -1-1    kuglci, meets every aecondaud fourth Wodncsdnyin  each month in Fraternity Hall.   Visiting brethren welcome.  J. IRVING. President.        J. R. WRAY, Secretary.  VTELRON "MINERS' UNION  NO.  !��.  W. F. of M.���  ���^-,,   Meeltj in IC P. rooms, Fraternity Hall, the first and  third  Saturday evening!) in  each month at 8 o'clock,  v lHiuni; niombors welcoine.  JAMKS WX_KS, Sec'y.      CSAS. A. MGEAY, Pros.  SHOETHAilD AND TYPISWltlllJSfG.  and bookceping laiight  Jo Miss H. Brandt Hnii  Baker struct, Nolson.  Ai>dl want toboin it. I have just received ' ��  Kail samples .of Suitings and Ovcr-  coatinRK representing a ?:>0,C00 stock to  choose from miide to your order at p ices  never before heiu-d of in Nelson. All the latest  fads in Fancy Vc. tings for Fall and winter.  Ijp'idics' tailoring in all its branches n specialty.  Lowest prices.   Rooms 1 and 11, Hillyer bloek.  Stevens, Ti|e Tailor  Bulbs  for   Fall  Planting  20,000 Holland Bulbs toarrivoin Septombcr; 5000 Japan  Lilies to arrive in Octobers 1500'Rhododendrons, Azaleas,  Magnolias, Roses, etc.. tom-rivoin October ThoUiiands.  of Roses, Camelias, Fruit and Ornamontal Trees, Shrubs,  olc., growing on my ..own grounds for the fall trade.; VS  Catalogue free.    - ../_!  M. JT. Henry     -     Vancouver, B. V^  M^jA^^^y^m^'^i^^  . *fyr: THE  TRIBUTE: NELSON, B. C, TUESDAY, NOA'EMBER 7, 1899.  S  BanxofMonteeal  Capital,  Best,  all paid  up.    -  $12,000,000  6,000,000  LORD STRATIICONA AND  MT   ROYAL, President  Hon. GEO. A. DRUMMOND .*. Vice-President  K   S. CLOUSTON Gonoral Manager  THE BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA  NELSON  NELSON   *B*R__-_STO_3:  N. W. Cop. Baker and Stanley Streets.       nRANCIIKS IN       LONDON  (England),   NEW YORK,   CHICAGO  and in tho principal cittos in Canada.  Buy and soil Sterling Exchango and Cablo Transfers  QUANT COMMKKCIAt, AND THAVKT.LKRS' CKICDITS,  available in any part of tho world.  DKAVT8 ISSUKD    COLLKCTION8 MADK' KTC.  SAVINGS BANK BRANCH.  CURRENT RATE OK INTEREST PAID  aTroclaiviatiqn that is full  Of Higli-Sounding Platitudes.  Nisw York, November (5.���Tlie consul-  general of the Orange Free State in tliis  city gave out today the full text of president Sfcoyn's proclamation culling on the  Orange Free State Boers to support the  Transvaal. The proclamation readh as  follows:  " Burghers of tlie  Orange Free  Slate :  Tiie time which we had so much desired  to avoid, the moment when we jis ft  nation ai'e compelled, with arms, to oppose  injustice  and  shameless   violence,  is Jtt  hand.    Our sister republic  to  the north  of the Vaal river is about to  be attacked  by an unscrupulous enemy, who for many  years litis  prepared himself and  sought  pretexts for the violence of  which  he is  now guilty, whose purpose it is to destroy  the   existence   of   tlie  Afrikander race.  "With our sister republic we are not only  bound by ties of blood, of sympathy and  of common interests, but also   by formal  treaty, which has  been  necessitated by  circumstances.       This   treaty   demands  of   us   that   we   assist,   if    she   should  be  un.-ju.stly  attacked, which  we  unfortunately for a  long time have had too  much  reason  to   expect.    We  therefore  passively look on  while injustice is done  her, tind while tilso our own dearly bought  freedom is endangered, but are called as  men  to  resist,   trusting   the Almighty,  t firmly believing  that  He will never permit injustice and unrighteousness to triumph.    Now that we thus resist a powerful enemy, with whom it has always beeu  our honest desire  to  live iii friendship,  notwithstanding    injustice    and   wrong  done by him to us in the past, we solemnly declare in the presence of Almighty God  that we Jire compelled thereto by the injustice done to our kinsmen, and by the consciousness  that  the  end  of  their independence will make our existence  as  an  independent sttite of no significance, and  that their fate, should they be obliged to  bend under an overwhelming power, will  goon afterward be our own ftxte.   Solemn  treaties havo not protected our sister republic agftinst annexation, against conspiracy, against the claim of tin abolished  suzerainty, against    continuous   oppression     and      intoi-fereuco,      and       now  against     a     renewed      attack     which  aims        only       at       her downfall.  Our own unfortunate experiences in  the past have also made it sufficiently  clear to us, that we cannot rely on the  most solemn promises and agreements of  Great Britain when she has at her helm  "a-government prepared- wr trample-oir  treaties, to look for feigned pretexts for  every violation of good faith by her committee. This is proved, among other  tilings, by tho unjust aud unlawful British convention, after we liad overcome an  armed and barbarous bltick tribe in our  eastern frontier, as also by the forcible  appropriation of the dominion over part  of our territory, where tlie discovery of  diamonds had cjuised the desire for this  appropriation, although contrary to existing treaties. The desire Jind intention  to trample on Our rights, as an independent and sovereign nation, notwithstanding a solemn convention existing  between this state and Great Brittiin,  have also been more than once, and are  now again shown by the present'government, by giving expressions to public  documents to an unfounded claim of parii-  mountey over the whole of South Africa,  and therefore overthis state. With regard to the South Africjin Republic,  Great Britain has moreover refused until  the present to allow her to regain her  original position iu respect to foreign affairs, a position wliich she liad lost iu no  sense by her own faults. The original intention of conventions to which the republic had consented under pressure of  circumstances had been perverted and  continually been used by tlie present  Bi'itish administration as a means for  the practice of tyranny and of injustice,  and among other things, for the support  of a revolutionary propogtinda within  the republic in favor of Great Britain.  And while no redress has been offered, jis  justice demands, for injustice done to the  South African Republic on the part of  bad British government, and while no  gratitude is exhibited for the magna-  mity shown at the request of the British  government to British subjects who had  Is qow prepared to issue Drafts and Letters  of Credit on Skaguay, U. S., Atlin,, B. C, and  Dawson City, Yul^or* District.  forfeited under the laws of the republic,  tlieir lives and property, yet no feeling of  shame litis prevented  tlie British government, now  that  gold  mines of immense  value have been  discovered in the country, to make claims  on the republic, the  consequence of which, if allowed, will be  tliat those who or whose forefathers have  saved the  country  from barbarism and  have won  it  for  civilization with their  blood and their tears  will lose their control over the interests of the country, to  which they are justly entitled according  to divine  and  human  love.    The consequence of these  claims  would be, moreover, that the greater  part of the power  will be placed in the hands of those who,  foreigners by birth, enjoy the privilege of  depriving the country of its chief treasure, while  they have  never shown any  loyalty  but to   a   foreign   government.  Besides,  the   inevitable   consequence  of  the  acceptance   of  tliese   claims  would  be that the  independence of the countiy as a self-governing independent sovereign republic  would  be irreparably lost.  For years  Bi'itish  troops  in great numbers have been placed on the frontiers of  our sister republic in order to compel her  by fear to accede  to the demands which  would be pressed  upon her, and in order  to encourage revolutionary disturbances  and the  cunning  plans  of  those whose  greed for gold is the cause of their shameless undertakings.   Those plans have now  reached their clinuix in the open violence  to whieli the present British government  now resorts.    While Ave readily acknowledge the  honorable  character of thousands   of   Englishmen   who   lotithe   such  deeds of  robbery and wrong, Ave cannot  but abhor   the   shameless  breakings  of  treaties,  the   friendly   pretexts for  the  transgression   of   law,  the   violation  of  international   hvw   tmd   of   justice,  and  the numerous right-rending deeds of the  Britisn  statesmen   Avho   Avill  iioav force  11 Avar upon the South African  Republic.  On their heads be the guilt of  the  blood  and may just providence award' as  they  deserve.    Burghers of  tho  Orange  Free  State, arise as one man against the   oppressor and the violator of right.    Tn the  A SNAP,IN  MINING SHARES  Noonday-Curley lines,  3LpX*_*_:ii,"E3:*q  (non-personal liability]  HEAD OFFICE, SILVERTON, B. C.  CAPITAL STOCK $1,000,000  Operating the Noonday-Curley Mines  in the Slocan District.  HAS DECIDED TO OFFER 25,000  SHARES OF THE COMPANY'S  -STOCJV -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 AR.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  feet, 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 stope 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. Galilei- & Wilson  Solicitors for the Company, Broken qill Block, Nelson  strife, to which we are now driven, have  care to commit no deed unworthy of'a  Christian and unworthy of a Burgher of  the Orange Free State. Let jus look forward with confidence to a fortunate  end pf this conflict, trusting to that  higher power without whose help human  weapons are of no avjiil. May God bless  our arms under his banner. We advance  to battle for liberty and for fatherland.  (Signed) M. T. Steyn, State President."  Schreiner is to Blame.  Toronto TolcKi'imi.  Canadian admirers of Hon. TV. P.  Schreiner, premier of Cjipe Colony, will  not recognize that gentleman as ono  of the chief causes of the present  danger "to British power in Soutli  Africa. The loyalty of Mr. Schreiner  and his Afrikander government has  been open to question throughout the  earlier stages  of   the   present    trouble.  The Salisbury government had to consider the Schreiner ministry and its objections to the landing of an adequate  force in South Africa. Between the pro-  Boer in South Africa and the pro-Boer  Liberals iu London the hands of her  majesty's government were tied, and any  disaster due to the lack of adequate force  in South Africa will be a result of these  causes.    A Master of Emotions.  Toronto Telegram.  Conservatives would do well to avoid  any cry which will give sir Wilfrid  Laurier a chance to appeal to the emotions of his fellow-countrymen in Ontario. An unjustifiable race cry might  be worth as much to sir Wilfrid Laurier  as the Manitoba school question. The  Remedial bill gave sir Wilfrid the opportunity of his life to establish himself tern-  FULL LINE OF  porarily as a national leader in the truest  sense. The Remedial bill was tin example of parochial polities, and Wilfrid  Laurier was given ji chance to pose jis a  national leader standing up for the best  interests of the country against ji government bidding for the help of religious  prejudice. History might repeat itself if  the Conservatives jillow themselves to be  forced into the position of asking Ontario  to distrust sir Wilfrid Laurier because he  is a Freneh-Can.idian. Ask Ontario to  distrust sir Wilfrid Laurier because  he has betrayed the people who  helped him into the hands of  the corporations which opposed him,  jind sir Wilfrid cannot mask the ugly  facts in all his flowers of eloquence. But  suggest that sir Wilfrid is not to be  trusted beeauso he is a French-Canadian  and Ontario -will ring with his indignant  protests. His eloquence then may And  an echo iu the hearts of Canadians who  would oppose him as a cold-blooded  promise breaker, but these same Canadians, on national grounds, may not be  prepared to see him tittacked without  good reason on account of his origin or  creed.  :^g^"-?e:^?|-:f?s|u  ���<='.(='���_?���  =:�����:�����:��:  tm  Appreciation  B  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  local and coast.  Flooring-  local and coast.  Newel. Posts  [Stair Rail  Mouldings.  J Shingles  "Rough and  Dressed Lumber  ot all kinds,  what you want is not in stock wo will make It for you  CALL AND GET PRICES.-  J. A. Sayward  HALT. AND LAKE STREETS. NELSON  Contractors and Builders  WILL DO WELL TO  BUY THEIR LUMBER  AV  G. 0. BUCHANAN'S  A largo stock of flrst-class dry material on hand, also  a full lino of sash, doors, mouldings, turned work, etc.  FACTORY WORK A SPECIALTY  Yard:   Foot of Hendryx street, Nelson  John Rae, Agent  Telephone, 91  Seasoned Lumber!  UUU wc invited for (wo million foot of well iissnrlcil  MiitMiiiud lumber, liiihui'for the whulu or in cstr lols, in  mill >nrd 01 delivered to the railroad,   l-'or l>ailjunlur,i  npi-ly to   j IJJnv LU_U,KK & UKVELOPAIK'NT CO.  Llbliy, Montana,  GREAT REDUCTION  MUD COAL  ANTHRACITE  *D*E3I_I*V*E3*E:i'E3IJ  Special r.itci for airload lots for outhido points.  TELEPHONE     ^   ^   yf^  &   Qq  Wood! Wood! Wood!  Good dry wood, ail lengths.   Leave  orders   at  Jacobson's  feed  store  on  Vernon street (next door to Tribune  Office).   Telephone 97.   JOHN CROFT.  ONE DOLLAR A LOAD  Tho undersigned has alaixe quantity of fir, codar, and  tamarac 'jiabu, in 16-inch and -1-foot lengths, t-ulUiblo for  stovo wood, which will be sold for $1 a load at the mill  yard.  NELSON SAW Ss, PLANING MILLS. Limited.  Nelson. August 19U>, 1899.  The Tremont Hotel  N|AL(P & TREGILLUS  w  m  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.  -B  B  B  B  B  B  B  PROPRIETORS  Headquarters for Miners and Frospeetors  D. McArthur & Co.  mi  mi  mi  mi  mi  mi  i<__*j__-  #  THE BEST BRANDS OF  Liquors and Cigars  ALWAYS ON HAND  One of the best and most popular hotels in Nelson.  QUEER'S HOTEL  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Heated with Hot Air and  Lighted by Electricity  Largo  comfortable bedrooms; and   flrst-class  dining  room.  Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES   S2   *E3*E3"_:i  X)__."_T  rj. D. HUME, Manager.  Tho finest hotel In tho interior.  Large sample rooms.   Steam heat and electric light.  CORNER OF WARP AND VERNON STS., NKLSON  Madden House  BABTER AND WARD STREETS, NELSON  Tho only hotel in Nolfaon that has romainod under one  management since 1890.  Tho bed-roaiBB  are well furnished and   lighted by  electricity.  -Tho dining-room is not second to any in Kootenay.- ���  The bar is always stocked by tho best domestic and  imported liquors and cigarp.  THr--  OMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  NOTICE.  On and after the Iht of October ISfW, the Oinnd Central  Hotel will bf run .strictly on the Ktiropcan pl.in.  Wc havo llttcd up u new dining loom \wlli n. "-ciliiig  capacity for one hundred peoulo which \w!l be inn m  connection with (lie holul. All iiicilN twruly-tlvc rent*.,  payable inflio dining-room. Will bo plcu-ud to funiKli  meal tickets on i.iplieiitlms.  Rooms by tho day, week or mmiili.  ThankiiiK yon for jour gruwousiMtroimgc in tho past,  and trusting to he faroicd with a continuance of ���panic in  tho JTutuio. I lumalii, lospocttul!} \our���  !���'. .SI JII'.SON'.  I^ir��e and woll lighted ' He.iti'd by hot air  Reasonable rales Sample iowns  ICIcUric balls nnd light in everj loom  Renovated and refurnished tfiiuiiKliutil  HOTEL VICTORIA  .1. V. I'KKK'S, I'loiMielor  l-.eo bus meet!, .ill Ir.iins R_v_!cfnllA   J?   fi  Hourly stieet I'lif lo station n_l/t}i'JlUK4H|   D. fw.  Night drill Room in cornier!ion. for Ihe dnmemume of  guests arriving .mil dep.u ting Iij night limris.  C."    HOT EL  Fir^t class In e%ci'y respect. C!lioin,��t wine*, liquors  and cigars. K.cry comfort for tiaiih.ent and lesidenl  guests.  HKADQUAU-TF.RS KOR UNION MEN.  JOSEPH   CAMPBELL,   Proprietor.  Vienna Restaurant  Bakor slieet, between Josephine and  Hall streets, Nclnon.  MEALS AT ALL HOURS. DAY OR NIGHT  BAKERY IN CONNECTION  FAMILY AND PASTRY COOKING A SPECIALTY  ONLY WHITE HELP EMPLOYED  *R.      _3T"a*X^*R"2r,      F'Ei'OF'RI'HiTOJR  NOTICE OF DISSOLUTION OF PARTNERSHIP.  The ppirliicrship heiclnfoie f\isl��tur undei the dim  name and st \ Iu of l/ife k, 11.in ��.u <l i , di���nh I'd 1)> nmt u.il  consent .is from (he d,ilu hi'ieof. pMi .Icilm T I ill '-  Mimes all liabilities of the liim and all limine-, due Ihe  linn of l'"ife & H.iwwud aie t�� be paid tn him fid tli with.  Dated at Nelson, H. (J., tins 2Jtli d.iy of October, A. 1>.  iva .1- T. 1'II'K,  Witness: dl'O. K. HAYW'AUI),  A. M. Johnson, Solicitor, Nelson.  THE HELSON SAW & PLANM MILLS, Ltd,  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.  THE NELSON SAW 1 PLANM MILLS, ltd.  OFFICE AND MILLS COB-TEE HALL AND FEONTSTS., NELSON.  P. Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail   .  .   .   Dealers in Meats  Hkad Office at  NELSON, B. 0.  Denver, Jievel-  Vsmcou vcr.  Markets at Nelson, RossI.ukI, Trail, Kaslo, Yinir, .Sandon, Silverton, New  &toke, Ferguson, Grand Porks, Greenwood, Cascade OiLy, Midway, and  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded.  West Kootenay ButcherCc).'  Ahh KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WUOLKSALE AND KKTAJI,  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  Baker Street, Nelson   E. G. TRAVES, Manager  OKDRKS BY MAIL RKCKIVK CAItKKUl. AND PROMPT ATTENTION.  W. P. DICKSON  B. H. H. APPJ-HWHArrn  J. McPKBB  otenay Eleetrie Supply and  ana uonstruetion  ELECTRIC SUPPLIES  0.  Oomplote EHectHo Equipments for B lee trie Power Transmission and liiKhtlng: for Mines, Towns  Electric Fixtures, Lamps. Bells, Telephones, Annunciators, IStc.  P. O. Box"606. Josephine Street, Nelson, B. O.,  FAIRV1EW  THE  FINEST RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY !N   NELSON  All the unso'cf lots in tne Fairview Addition to Nelson are now on the market ai reasonable prices and on  easy terms.   This property is very desirable for residences.   Apply to  West Baker Street, Nelson J.   JJf.   WARD,   Local Agent,  GR0YE HOTEL BEER GARDEN  NEAR NELSON & FORT SHEPPARD RAILWAY DEPOT.  BEST BEER  BREWED AT  HOME  OR  THE  ABROAD  ON DRAUGHT OR IN BOTTLES.  Fred J, Squire, Merchant Tailor  FULL LINES OF FALL AND WINTER SUITINGS  OPPOS1TK SIIiVKtt ElNG'HOrrL  WK-1T BAKBtt .STUKET  NKLSON THE TRIBUNE: NELSON'   B.C. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7, 1899.  The only house in Kootenay carrying Ml lines of  SCALES  FURNACES  BRUNTONS  TRANSITS  SCORIFIERS  CRUCIBLES  MUFFLES  FLUXES  OF  ALL  ^%  LOCAL NEWS IN BRIEF.  __Al.au ForepSter of Robson returucd last  evening from Bonner's Ferry where William O. Howell, -who is wanted iu Fergus  county, Montana, was turned ovei* to the  Thiel detective agency. A freight traiii  was boarded at Bonner's Ferry, aud  Howell was whirled into Montana before  he realized it.  Born���in Nelson yesterday���to the  wife of George A. Hunter, a daughter.  Alderman Fletcher has returned from  11 trip through Boundary. He reports  that Paul Johnson is making good progress with the erection of his company's  smelter at Anaconda and tliat Greenwood  has gone in for a music hall. The music  hall at Greenwood will be what its name  implies, ji music hall pure and simple  with the box rustler eliminated.  Baker Street, Nelson, B. C.  SEE GILKER FOR UNDERWEAR  HE HAS SEVERAL LINES THAT ARE  WORLD BEATERS  J. A  THE OLD P. O. STORE  ESTABLISHED   IN   NELSON  1890  ���p t  Americao  Watches  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  Choice Case Oesigpms  We have some very exclusive ones in  filled gold and other good selling styles  variety.  solid   and  in endless  Diamoeds aed all  _Pxecioui5-Stones��� -  Just at this time we have the fullest stock of Diamond  Jewelry for Fall 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  Headquarters  For Miners and  Workingmens Clothing  one price to all  Baker Street  Good Values in  Underclothing, Mackinaws,  Gloves and Mitts.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  NKLSON. B. C.  Coffeo roasters and dealers in Tod and Coffee.  Offer frcRh roasted coffeo of best; quality as follo%v8:  ��Tava and Arabian Macha, por pound 9  40  Java and Mocha Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Fine bantos, J Pounds   100  Santos Bland, 5 pounds   1 00  Our Special .Blend, 0 pounds   I 00  Our Rio ltoast, 6 pounds..  100  'A trial order solicited.  Salesrooms X Doom East  of  Oddfellows  BIoct_   West  Baker Steeet  PALACE CONFECTIOBMY  FOR FINE CHOCOLATE  AND BON BONS  So]o ntfeiif for Nelson for Ganong Bios, eelebrnled II  JJ Chocolates and Hon lions. Ono ton of the .same to  ftnivo in a few dajs.  OLYMPIA AND EASTERN OYSTERS  ABJtlVJNO DAILY.  Fancy Cakei and Pastry, Plum*. Peaches, OrnpcH,  Huuniuix, Capo Cod Cranberries, I'ears and all Fi uil in  hCOKOil.  Corner Ward and Baker St��.  Mills & Loll,  oid hUnd,  John Toomley, wlio wjis picked up on  the city streets by the police on Tuesday  night, died at the Kootenay Lake general  hospital yesterday. He was foiinerly  employed at the Athabasca mine.  , Editor Lowery of the New Denver  Ledge, who is in Nelson, reports the  Slocan towns in much better shape now  tbun two months ago.  Several Nelson merchants will establish  branches at Greenwood and Phoenix, in  the Boundary.  A. R. Barrow, provincial hind surveyor,  is back from the western part of'.Yale  district, where he has been for several  months. He has opened an office at the  cornei' of Victoria and Kootenay streets.  - The Whitewater.mine on Rover.creek,  southwest of Nelson, has been bonded  and work will be commenced tit once.  The attention of mine workers is called  to an advertisement ou this page.  Patrick Malloy of Fernie was brought  to Nelson last evening by provincial constable McLeod. JMalloy was committed  for trial by stipendiary magistrate Armstrong upon the charge of having committed an unnatural offence.  The prisoners in the provincial jail  have commenced the making of a vegetable garden, from which it is proposed in  the future to raise all vegetables used in  the institution.     Chief of police Jarvis has addressed a  report to the police commissioners, in  which he complains of the interference  of A. F. MeKinnon iu police matters.  II. H. Avery who has the agency for  the illuminated house numbers, has. requested the city council to arrange ifc.s  basis for numbering the .houses so that  those who are desirous of using the illuminated numbers on their houses will  know what tlieir numbers are.  WE ARE SCORING.   L   l  ANOTHER GREAT SUCCESS  in the sale of the stock of goods  which, we purchased from the  stores of Messrs. Foley Brothers  & Larsen at their construction  camp at Creston. The reductions  which we advertise are genuine.  We can afford to make them because we purchased the greater  part of the stock at  TWENTY-FIVE CENTS  ON THE .DOLLAR  The same is true in a measure  with the bankrupt stock of Crawford & McMillan, which we have  been working off for some time.   This-week���we���will���add��� a new-  feature, offering  SPECIAL BARGAINS  IN BOY'S SUITS  These values cannot be touched by  any clothing house in Kootenay.  We have cut the price fairly in two  and are offering boy's suits at  $2,50, which were invoiced at $5.  MEN'S HEAVY WEAR  we have still good bargains to offer.  We have a few more pairs of men's  heavy shoes at $1.50, regular price  S3; Silver State overalls at 60  cents, regular price $1 ; men's  tweed suits at $7,> regular price  $12.50; men's heavy all-wool tweed  pants at $2," regular price $3.50.  In order to clear out our store of  LADIES' AND CHILDREN'S  CAPES AND JACKETS  we have marked these goods down  to cost. We have capes and jackets from $3.50 up to $10.  HOTEL ABBIVALS.  At the Phair���R. B. Porter, Robson;  Mrs. Robinson, Mrs. Todd and Mrs. Simpson, Kaslo; Alex Kirkland, Ainswortli;  Robert Austley and Samuel Clark, Slocan  City; H. M. Billings, Salmo; G. H. Barnhart, Ymir; C. P. Hill, Port Hill; T. J:  O'Reilly, Silveiton; F. Starkey,Rosslaud;  D. M. Simson, Victoria.  At the Hume.���R. G. Fulmore, Moyie;  Alex Yuill, Medicine Hat; R. T. Lowery,  New Denver; W. C. Burchett, Spokane;  A. McLeod, Fernie; C. A. Fair, New  York ; John McDonald, Winnipeg.  At tub Guand Cicntral.���J. Tribarg,  Salmo ; W. D. McKay and W. A. Good-  _hap, Madison, Wisconsin ; Melville For-  istell, steamer Rossland ; A. G. Fulmore,  Moyie; T. ll. Rhodes .and L. Wagner,  Sandon; Gustav Boclke, Denver; James  Cunningham, Prince Kdwiud lsljind.  At thk Maddion.���Daniel Whiteley,  Sandon; Joe Ltiburn, Robson; John J.  Miller, Revelstoke.  At thk . Thkmont.���J. Winard, New  York; H. N. Small, Ottawa; John Farley,  Arthur, Ontario; J. Hawkins and A.  Gardner, City.  At the Queen's.���J. T. Roberts, Port  Hill: W. H. Lambert, Vancouver; AV. A.  Coplen, Spokane; R. Bradford and wife,  Spokane; C. W. Riley, Ainswortli; A. D.  Smith, Robson; E. O'Brien, Robson; John  Bull, SIocjui City; Thomas J. Shick,  Great Falls; P. A. McLennan, Lancaster,  Ontario.  Becoming Somewhat Strained.'  The compact that existed between  alderman Hillyer and alderman Fletcher  is becoming strained. The alderman  from the West ward cannot be depended  on in a'tight place, unless he himself is  to be the beneficiary. The alderman  faom the P]a=>t ward depended on alderman Fletcher to help him pass his music  hall bylaw, but when the time for action  ariived the smooth alderman from the  West ward was absent from the council  chamber. It is now said that alderman  Hillyer will see alderman Fletcher in  Jericho before he will support him for  mayor.  BUSINESS   MENTION.  The ladies of the Methodist church expect all j otinjj men Jo get their mciils at. their bit/iar to-  lnonow at the Nelson cafe. Special programme of  music, etc., in tho evening.  Be sure you patronize the sale of work  by the lndips of the Methodiv chinch in the Nelson cife  on Wodnesdaj next. An c\tenshe lino of beautiful and  useful articles vill lie oll'eicd lo the public. In the evening KdisoiiVgic,iL(oncoiL]ilionoRi,ipli\Mll be e\hiuitcd.  This is positively the loudest .md clo.uest singing ii-id  talking m.ichine c\ci he.ird. Theic will .ilso bo a novel  feature entitled "The Wondciful Talking Hand." Come,  hc.ir and p-oe.   No admission charged.  The latest  thing  out.      Ptilcnt  luminous gold glass signs, name plaid and slrcet nunOjoi-s  Readable plaikesl nights.   Unexci lied lor be.uitv; ne^r  tarnish ; last n.life time; price within reach,   Foi b.ilc  "bj II. II. Avciy, Ctitbonnte street, Nelson.  Wanted���Nurse girl.  l\ E. Wjlson, Victoun street.  Furnished rooms lo let.   Apply to Mrs.  L. M. Jameson, C>irney Block, Haker street west.*  -   For Rent���A   store  on Vernon street,  psite Tho pTubune ollice,   810 aiiioulh.   Apply to K.  Apply to  Mrs.  opposit  Kilby.  SEE  Patenaude  Bros,  FOR CHOICE JEWELRY  AND  WATCHES  PATENAUDE -BROSr  BAKER STREET, NELSON  arson s  Produce  Company  V/HOLESALE  . Butter,  . Cheese,  , Green  . Fruits,  . Cured  . Meats,  . Vegetables  SHIPPERS OF THE EARLY  BREAKFAST BRAND OF EGGS  Full  stocks  carried at  Nelson  Rossland.    Mail orders solicited.  and  Sucecssot to Chns. A. Waterman & Co.  REAL ESTATE  INSURANCE AND  GENERAL AGENT  "MfcV"  WE HAVE THE FINEST LINE OF  Coal Heaters  EVER DISPLAYED IN KOOTENAY DISTRICT  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  Go.  KASLO  SANDON  ARE YOU BURNING UP MONEY  "������^���^^���������^������-^^���~*���������at���������m           "��K-M--MnHnMcii3_^_B3nBM_M_��_a__Hi  Because Your Stove or Range Cannot be  Regulated to Save Fuel?  IT WILL PAY YOU  TO EXAMINE  OUR NEW STOCK  OF  STOVES AND RANGES  The s-nving in fuel effected will soon equal  tlie cost of the nuige. It ejin be so quickly  and ejjsily regulated that there need be no  wtibte of heat or fuel. New patented improvement!, offer you more convenience and  comfort tlmii you'll find in any other range.  TWO CAR LOADS TO SELECT FROM  LAWRENCE HARDWARE CO.  To Tlie Public  Consumers of staple articles such as the following cannot-  buy to a better advantage than, by purchasing from Kirkpatrick & Wilson.   At any rate obtain quotations from them  before placing* orders for  Pish, (Salt, Smoked and Dried  Butter, No. 1, ,f Creamery j  Baking Powder, (Trice's J  Ourrants, ("Cleaned and Bulk  Raisins, (Seeded and Bulk)  Soaps, ("Toilet and Laundry J  Bacon, fSalt and SmokedJ  Potatoes, fAshcroftj  Flour, (Baking and Pastry)  Sugar, No. 1, (Granulated)  Rolled Meal  Hams, - if Armour's J  Tea, (Green and Black)  Coffee, (Java and Mocha)  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL DEALERS IN  GROCERIES,   PROVISIONS,   CROCKERY,   GLASSWARE.  Kirkpatrick & Wilson  1'. O. BOX K. & W.  BAKER STRKBT.  TFXKPHONK JO.  WE  HAVE  ARE  ALWAYS WILL BE  FOUND LEADING  Our t-lnrk i* now an iviiiK four curs nie already unloaded ii ml pis many moio 10 follow. Our>sU>ck Iln-. week  will hi* liu^01' limn uvcr. unit Weill ciiioliiih been e\er-  cised in tliu pm cIiiim1 of Hico goods ���it io_miln i|tiulily  and puce, wuiimsufclj snj llioj hiue lioeiMU'll IioiiKltf.  So yon win depend on net'int; fi csh jjoods nt 'ho towel,  possible prices. Wo would ask jou lo lieu, in iiiind om  motki, onu price to all and uu make it no! the public.  M,   DesBrisay   St   Go.  J. 4 W.DDNA1D  ELLIOT SLOCK, BAKEXl 3TKKKT, N**_LSO">J.  NOTICE TO MINERS.  Wanted Lenders forcii'<=ciittinijr 100 feet (more or lei-)  on the Wlritevwilcr claim, si tun ted on Ihe head of Ito\er  Crock, N'cNoii riimrlct. I'lovismiis ami IooIhmi. plied nt  the mine and deducted from conlinct nruo. Apply for  -particular!) lo       .1. \VI_i_A_1SO.V WILLI A JIS.  care T. Ci. Froctor, Baker StrcoL  Fnsf door \vp<sL of Bunk of  Biilmh Columbia building.  Baf\er St. Nelson  A. li. BARROW, A.M.I.G.E.  PROVINCIAL LAND SURVEYOR  An Appetizing Breakfast  FITS A MAN FOR WORK.  Try our Government Creamery Butter, J. Y. Griffin & Co's  Hams and Bacon, Brackman & Ker's Rolled Oats and Corn-  meal, Almonte Milling Co's Self Raising Buckwheat Flour.  Baker Street Wcht, Nelson  John A. Irving c�� Co.  Corner Victoria and Kootenay Streets.  O. BOX a:.!) TISLEPJIOXE NO, JK5  Strachan   Bros  I��XiXTJ_CB*E3*BS,  BIO.  OJ*?E2=il_&J_'ECO*U-eEJ  BLOCK  pn^^'mpfflp^'^riiii^Wiaiyw  i��_<_--�� , �����..  ��j��

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