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NO LONGER  .���',0\-,-vN.v. i  '*��;*  ���'M.  fVv'*?',*-'-"^"-?'*'*^  l/^iinnp^^  Milittfe!^surpi;ise^  [vifjkupira^  I^.tiieVlnew,^^  fZZh efore Stlielf public/f^eKtenweiler^s^apj;:  |;��J;poi:utmeiit|n ���  I,, ��� -*.- .���.���������.^-v^i'Vifrt-j-^-K;-^:���?*���? .'���i^v_?'^'VS��*��i'^?:*,''Rf<  L'il.agreedjtp^aceept^  ||;;th--Ught;JMB,HW^  !_-4iy$i-'m'al_&^  |j$8q._rse)^  r&tii.>^WJiiial-_^  l*?;.|co--^  I..Hes��.'ti-KK^^^  iMNbrthpoitf;* Smelting  ��� ' j^Ti-V;-:-';;,'-. ,-'.;! :>Tf^>"*^2ii*yf'**v*5.'t--;*';,V^ .. jt.'si-^'���V-V-ft-/'  ...*;^.v��%'^  &1&  v*?i*v-p:T*li'_r^^-'iv^'����!lV-M-^,XTrtT^f^  ���/.:'cdmpany.s  ., ,_  ^-^lo^Smake's^  i-.*_ *^i'<_-:. ���'���. ���'".--;:_'. ���_i-_*~!i.Y,  reigh'pf terror/exists^-iniN^  is��� no exaggerationito^isa^phb^dcclares;::  ���'"tiiatrNev^Yp^^^  as a;;mihihgitbwh;a'^  .- bf ���:., thei*: results j.ofi-the,:'ppiiticalVimpbrta-1  tibnV of ���tra'mps^and^erin.ina^  Zto'iturn/, loose'iiU^the^cit^many:;'of ^ttipr  jmb^t.ftdaiig^b*_-if5iij(_h^;ifyg:  Criminals *pf\every-elajs.frpm'ftliieipctty.  thiefi^o^tlibin'higl^  ^nfoiisbrwi-ie^^rt^pf^  iisCthe. proimsej^|;immuri|^  ?isl-ment::>*;A-^a.'r^  tCTedilile^ayeijb^c^^  i;t_ie*;.:0ty��^  iista-Mbbi^er^  .ttiefseciiideaSs^  J'pwh .risli^i-viid ithefmbre;i^psperbffi:shpp^  *;.kcep'OTB^  ;nieh;|tsb;,;c^atf is;; t_ie;i*:. dfetruM^^thej?  .Bpiic&i^gr';^  ;g^^no^^^  |^sa$^u^  S^^re^^arM^e[_r^  jwittien^p;^^  Miss_b__br_;-bf,redueatib_ft^  ���; astthetresultl bfiaii j]extended^wSrr esppnj*  ?dencb:isii-ceS���Julyitfsayingi^sfE^hallStiey  ;glad:\tp:f_rhi___;?10.^  4of-'a"publ^  Edition* th'a_j' ^'^ar^||wili��be^furnisfie-l;'  'a_Mitl_e;bit^;wiiBple^  s* the1; librkf ylbj^aft^  ';ar_nu_l_yil._mppleme_i-i-d|fb^  :6h3tn'e';s!^t^bfla-V;pnsular:|Tfeg^latuM  ?,bri'ngingj$^^  i'Eiiiids 'f&ioir-y.ilieiZ,jmaintenan^^p. 2��tHe!;  iilibraifysha^  jSh.l$t_^^  "���_Myi_-$$S.^  ���Monday; -_*The" chief . event 7. of-the; v day  was the admiral's: relation;of the eyents;  :;;of;"juiy:;;3fd; i"wh^  sent 'Cervera's jsquadrbn^to;'the *hbttpm  of the sea'oi^he beacii-He told��his story,;  Cof Zthis^historic_l|;bccurrehce H in '��� plain  'words' iahdliffiahjuhage^ed* style,* butthe  haiTativJ8_wasistr-iightfprw  :ipblht,^ihdi-&-ing��p_6i-ef'_a^  ��� alDpbases'-pf :*jthat;:eventyfHe^said^that*  ���tttie l-Brbokl^-itforiZai iftime^_i_i<_?sustaih^<1  ;|fche;.i'fl'_$i;.^  .'andi_also :J that^bif Bi^lSpffiishglandlibat^  Ziieri -M&MEj-pi-uhingK the ii historical 71 urinj  (of ^his^pwh iyflagshipiiffcfte^BrbpklyT-.^ei  5 saiQ;>tha^sh-Mhad/f;!not? -��preached'ito'���'  fwithin^s^hanp ppl^ards itf*"-t&e$?eiasl  Sahd'fth^|$-&n-^_^^  'Jyess._l>y_-|; .tiie^i^  ystateSifli-Vsr-spo^  ZMt .^Raynefv.that7 heS lmd?;g-we^during;  Jtti&jsbattiej^^  . li t^en^��jH fc^^pg^  ;%tised|th.-;iex:pr��3S^  fHod^b_i.i4tiThis;ir-_fOTi^^to  ^cbnbq.i^in^hic_uffi  ')' withj-havii_^|'said i|;Sl)amn?the^Te^&".  ^Admtf^Schlepalsp^g^^  ffei_^n^ssan.te5^^_^Ma^*31^  ' Spanish^'MipS'Cristpb^^  yyjwmjpsm?ix  r.-s'.'V...;>.? a;siS_'< fc*s  sw^te^��*^^^**��  K:S^I*';*P^KWere^Eulga-'ia_-S--.s_w  ^1?_3i''-fefei-;*.^*^-ft_-*-#^  ^|NE^^ORKg��o:cto^  m  |Sbfl^gBjrigaria5^fefre^cmd^  Wc_rl-flCjt^BieKfflsb^-i_3^  .���r��::vtP>>Vjj*>i-i(VaiKi^;!.-M!W,"3^^  ���^t?.)C6i:j5.tniitirip5lei'iii^  ��j$|hi^!!^^ltoeS:pr^  Jln|||^fcnj^f^^s^e^^m  ^urlngiyhe^��^acld^h^i'.g^  ^-nifOTm^^ffHe|3Vta'ce<ipm  ���jir.iie^|were$recb^  ii n ii s '---fnrAnr.T ffi"'tTi f-o '?*snhirWt*;'*noor.-'.Tiir!lr-<'  ���i|^Brac_Sri_g(^_dht_rib;};Pi:esbyt firiahvinii-;!  ;^i';*i_^ersfihave.^iriyed'yi^^  f ���'?:1 aS&H: t!vas '< eriSa-reaSn';M_si6ilary;;wprK  Mi__-___-^Bbundai-yadisfe  iSH^flAmmgvt-ieSrrival-^^  yivt!-.yie^i*::Varicb-ivorJi��*iGeOT  ;.vMbntfeair&:-^_-.'|.Cartei-j'^Nelsbn  g .E^*Rii*bfflci-_lsnsF^.V^  A_a__d-C;*S^Valli_i/'Nelsbjr_The^  i#'-is::'inti_rWteaf!ir-,itli'rtSE  ,^'*'ca^i iSii)bn"'wliichvp  ,,SBwbri_:'' isi';_iojy.5being Zd<^$ZrZ$yirz'ZYY  0F#0i I-_ipbrtant?tra*flK|.C^  ;?,*_*^iif*v'*W'''''-WJiW^^^  fe^SAN^^FRANClSCO;i;.iGct_Dbeivx25.-^Theii  ?;_.-:-*\,.'-.-.v^*1f''-_i_-f_.^,!':>.*:K**H*'-*,,^^'''i'.'.'';^;*><*'!l**.l**-.'*i'*.;.'.,*.---";t- ;_v* r ������-  :'Chrbnicle5-saysf.thatSb^dV6f^the_p_'0-__in-;s  ���^en^^eersiibf;.ffie|Hawaiian^  |Cpmj^ny|is��aSthorii^^  i;thai*|an.|!;imEq5tan@^  $Mtb^;t'Kei!^^  Junde^&nsiderati^^S^  V-r^ibn^pf^th'Syine^  ;:ricatf|-Ha^aiianKGbmpffi  Stlieirpute'iebnnecting'N^  f;ii^rt-3ffi^Hp_-pi--iuiii^^  |tlil^ghj;thie_: sirai|s^ifrMa^!ah1'rcallihgf  =:a^b^tCT_pfe^iai^i^wi^  $eptf{tp>i'cpal^  ^aid^t^b^un^%y5oigi^i^^ six*:1  jlarges0steamers^'bf^  t*^allk|m^:ilne^^fl  |f-.riher,^OTt_ifs-iK_n^^^  ALIEN LABOR ACT IS IG-  :!MBIIIiilSQlislikS��i  'fyWtQW^  mm:m70mmr:r7rrzyxizrmm  . ,-^:.-v'_^_1f=:-i^_^S_%^S5^: *>S!5i.*Sci*:; s.' ..:?_:^V-^:^i?��:,p'v-i Ag  ��*.**Arl.s;.-tfe^^  MISSOU&IANS PROVING UNSATIS-  ^I^G^OB^STHEJ-K-IMPO  ;jmaihs|^^bu^l^the^^itfp^  | has|b^en jfoYfse^erai1 j|weeiw ipa^;|Ni^ther��  i^de|give^i&^_|^|<rf  : liancpKof^labpr-aind labor jparties^l Opin|  iiPhsdifEerias^toswhy the goyerhmentvrer.  if used; tio' act; AOne^of the;reasbhis .aissign-i'  ���rpd*'is|^hat the ?aitiveKwing^bfVit__e|jLib-?;  ^ral;part^ii_'Rbs_i���rid;^de_strb-ig^  ;fresentatibns ^protesting ^against'":'theiioriy.  it brcemeiit: of ������; this;:; clauseSl^iibtherireai  isony_ifthi_t|t_ib^ct?;wa  ^rpEB^lMt'LVsesslon^by^  i;^enamehtSvWhich:.RalphS_.mith!:;i_isist*^  ?^Sini;liavihg;-riadeit_- .ifc$T_nd-_t^theVact.i  ��a_f.'it ;Stppd:' prigi-iali j^it\iwa-_XtH!erduto^bf i>  St__e|gbyernment*tb 5tafiefactibn!finf^clx|  ^cases^b^;aSJ4^Hded?by|M:r; jSmi.hl.the.  KigOTernfnei.fc;;i^'-"relie^  Sand __fi__>__i-the'de.^^  junsiiccesafiiU^ftbBs^  *^ho* JEim ^sirape^\v^fillc__;';w^  stricken jrien "and 'women the wail col-  ���;but ^ETvwide^cbhtroi;^^  ?iraOTi&tibhsv.frbm^;yari^^  . dii^OTiJ Ii^s;:;l��  \ the necessity, of, [interventionSunder,: the*  .terms',of ;.the; depbrtibrii.clauseV.but^ they.  sing2_ii_^ib_is|a-id^fcthe��e_-tirefbbir__n  ^i^^iWr^sZ^P^^r^f'^r- tfanswer_from;iiaiesgoyernment^There1'isi  ^eiresiOT-^dytpS^hisjratHPreseht.^  lam-mdmentesecur^  si-_��oi_ited.bu��>tliat-Since\'theTOwe_^^  |l^t^fiigmerairiig|^|jb^  ^hp^ag^i^th^rs^MSjicirais^^  Jni^.vibf .jNew-toundiaii^^  yci^gl-thbodgmaking^hir^^  tMahder?bfftHeiibrde^'bfSS-^Mic  KSti-sGepr^-^iSiii^bberttBbj-^a^  2&l^ial*/pre_nierjowh^;h��s1ib-!^^  ������'bV^respbnsibilityyahn-^  5peri_-e?_;c.|t-y^aii'dyB  :?*witi_*^the_Arig__ids;|lhcu  I'tboiflateS'foitsii^O-ma-i  ?ag&yca_K-i_ir-ily*/--OTe.;survi^^  Cship��h.ingef��cb_d^  Hn&;*rus-ied .^romSplacoJ to: ^  ^ableUimeipa^bcenilbstiin^iscife  .^l^^^impartiai^Mtituci^m^  'SMi-i^icipa^ci^a  ,'-'������'-Any^^^^  k; iimp^perViii>iVie*w'btiais.'I.*t*esent  ii'ture^ '-TelaMdnsi v with;; the {municipal;; bfli.:  ���^������eiala/'of iNe\V.Tork3h;. connection witli*  <*:v*ith e :giftsf tO'tliat^ci tyi? Mr.^Carnegie ire--t  fe'itOT'atea*'';^^  ���*���?��� pubUcaticri^nviahy'rPhaseiof..the, elec-:*  ', tions ;*'aiid ;: evince 'A-.- *a;. :Uk e n; desire 'tbat,;  ���^'nb'orie^shc'uld. a1;teT-ipt\to:;gubte or;mis-;'  '; puote hitiv-regariairig'tfe" fight;)However:  7. h e-Sf rahkiy-^' depi-bcatefl ._f<uch;;: ^'absurd  U*]riis^ei)r^ntatioris"|:iufi'Xlie'pO��ditipn;;oi;  j's-Nb.v*:'YbrkiiGit^as;^pear(;d*;;ir;-tbe;.L  ���7 dbnj;Times': this;i^mb)^iing-^P-_aHng'*w;itli  /i!|theuNicaragii-arccaria,l i,qu^ibnivMr;, Cav*-;  '���rt*:negiesai!i'..l6,'_.rep-ra  j;*sociate(i-;*Fre-_-^Gf6_it:Britain,i  ^<: witfc gewdr! sense.'i*^h^  i'-.American'^uilt^yrtthii'iAmOTi^  Jiimeac and . Anaeri'can^brainS^and;ir''npw'iit  SwillJ l?e. -Thei^eiia- nibiSdpubt^th^t_Great  '.t��ri|ain1:*will.'*J3e':/ibeV^  ,'.������arid-',wiilKhave'-iioVreasbir;,;jt.b\repeni .the*  ' ;:r^ensibl e xccMpseZ she; .has 7 adopted iidur -y  '^in'g''tlie'"'recent;'.negbti��iii'f.rts..!..* .Questioned;  ���regardinglr-imbrK;,bf;a;i^ssible. English)  . steel trusty .Mr.:;Carnegie laughingly de'-;*  i -.---Jared that;*ijei:.was: no\\vpnt{ofHlie.ibusi-;  ''De__3^8nc^'a'i-l���-n^ot.;'.knpw^,6r^���care.���anythlnff:  ,.* more'"' about" it: :'^Withi.the exception: of  ! i tho * ?*Iicarasua;mattdr;:''ihe -(^ch-red;;, i:;  iiave re.allv���������nbth.ihg to isay,.I-.��� pxpect-lp;  ' -remain Jn-America .until'���������Majr,7,.-Mr.-. Car-  ��� i-^bHp'p-1 Scottish edu'bntibri'trust-'is-.prp*-.  15 -gressing': to' liis'.satisfaction. .*Mr.:*ano  " :Mrs. .AndrewiTQari-Ogie*',^ and -lord  and  '   lady Pauncefote will.sail for. Ne.w/lqrlr  ����� from '��� Sb .Ithampton: torn orrow. on-*, board*  > -.'the:Americani line st��>a,mer, St  Lbius.,,..  i^bssilSeie:.S-ae?-;;issues:',;:WhiIe^>t^  liqubst-bn|of^_e_ci_eVbf!ithb.;t^  .till.'_istipiai'_diplbrnacy ";;hasv,>neglected^  -Tlie .;thing?tb: do'r is,:*tb.; first;^et;';thei^.a��-:  t-tiye*. "Bef ore ^paying' the sransbmiaSd.theni  ���receivi'ttg-tbe'nmbu  5sible ^gpyerrment.": ri-'.ii; :Xyi:ytZ;'% y TyZZyii  YiS O-^I-A-itjObtober. 7 25:^1*.:_' isfesemi^pffivt  i'cialiy^asserred--that;_r)io iiiidicatibjiuv^fisii  -iyet' beenifbuhd .bif; Miss,;Stpne's vkidnapersj  .havin%beenvi-i.Bulgarib;;; Th^  *g-.vefrii_-ent4if'i,Vdetermined^tb  ;ate''-'-he.ibana?shbuid;:it':crbss^  ���tier,;*and>wi 11. d^al vwithJhev,utmpst���sev  ' veri ty. jnritli ;;��i'riy':Bi. Igar i a ns i whose*; com-.;  iriicityv-'shall^beii-pi-bved^' Greats resVirit.J  riierit lisi. felt vt ere ;&t ..hei,*-���xplciii&tibn.tb.;  ���itheiAdiscr^diii'bi^Piil^  ���>'cprn^itted:,*ln;;anO-!herv;state^  ���^''���.���-���';V:^'''A_i"draas'*^  :f*;.SAN*.:JUAN:^  i'naeipifl4n'drad,e,-fprhi^  pzu^a,; k^inpai'ied:;i^y;^  eight ;^hildr^ii)^aiied^tp^  |[Perij^rd^>^_i^^^i^  ;.Heien?Mprib^j|d&g^  |tbn;._qraeri^^iceipresiSe^  JedliStates;^h^,i;purcb--sed?:thei^__^  SValenc-^f(^?2^*-)65j_ra^|  |pfft_^|dbnmin2bfl?^lei-_j^  i*��f!5i(#ejfa_miy_is. .^  |diikedb__-S|Th'e'iGau_-_is"e!Xi^^  *lie^^at*\wuhti|BbspnfDe^^  Kclaim|j!tiis^right.?.Sn^  ^Mbftpii1wili-thus,--C___^  '%ncay:r, ���:* -t* yZiiiyz yZrrzz^ZZyyZy' ,;,:v'-';*  ���whb: have.passed'through Nelson during,-'  Si"t4^_Si:i'^_"__?j-rS^-'*|S^''_-^^  -the.weei_,Vai_diw_-b|^^  -^^��..'&iS*i^M.mi��S  lihtb|tl_(_^istribiSta%yibla,ti bnpf|tne|prbs;  ^isiOTs^p^tl-ef-^p^^  !^��^iniam^&;i^ss^  ^comef_____iT!eo-ieM��N__mov_>::ha'^  ^t|thb^b_$italS3_^li(;^af^flr���^^  ||onigiiV^aeiyln^JlS^  Xc\f...t\_\ri{i__c_'''.7e_'ti-iri-ic-Arli'trT. I.0--H1T*. ._.*-IS'-i_iTi_��_rH^^  ���.stbr.ys's-.. . ... ,   ��oi$u#ed&^^  jii^Holsterers,.K"ana|J^  |Wrcement^pf;(^b5a6t^l_^^bee^^  .an^,'''the*'ci6mmis-idne-_.::empIoyejiJ'underi  ^l^p^Y^a^O-.____^BZ(_l]I^��  ^ErPjmV^^_i%ari^t^t__|^^  JJ^at^rii-^eCheyine^  *..';Q TlT-Sf lii'Ti.cr;'**! dai :-ia - ir _ ___! iU iri ct r+;^+'K'__i^___ .rino -n A U'?  |OT^2tfp;^i(.h^-U0t*.^ii^  f_-__e'J^.cbmnanvSi'sfeinakin-rB ��i3f,i-i.etfen.i.eTb_!-.  ?thii_g^^iasBKiS-.^n'?]^^  ltSat!.a5iC^s^rable'|pei^  fsniffli^brTO'iisMuired^is^  i^ali^?l|^is;cpndi^-^mi^^  Jsidesred;i^theiligbt^bf i*. ti^ijC^l^iai.^-.ile1;  m&  :r_,  ���New* York.:;Geyi     v   prominent! ���udill efc Andrddei^gaiins t ��� gpni.1  '.-q'rki*:C&Firw  :tiie;sa&ei.vessel.r:He ik:;pr_:nis;way';frpiii|  vCartageha'tp^Cur'acpajbynway  ,'YprkJVbaviri.g-^  Via*.order ���;_;o"'aybid,i interceptibn^'W^ile^  ^general i_^idra_e.'*relus^  ^yiewe- -t<*js*r--p;:*ejci-et'-that'hevis._gping;  ��� to;:-Juracba'in'order������ jto,l5e near.Jenecii--  . ela:; Piesident Captr.o refused to; allow,  Ariclrade's'*.wife iio, land"'on.;���:/Venezuelan;  soil, so * W TviH: i-iViP HP bis residence,:  ihei-e apsl'ftay \n:CuraGoavvHewpultl-not;  /admit.ihati;h��v3r*te��ded;tp,;l),ead ���,an,.ev,-i.  peditibn;;altlib^gfei:lii.:;Clid s.yZ'XpH:���?<.  imeant:'t6'; menace pregidpnt' Qaietrp ; a.s;.  'much'-at!*: pcssible./ I.v.mbj'jri a.re;.curre). t-  li. SariiJuan that:he-is planniKP; to in-  .vaide������:-.yece?nola;by;iway of'Trinidad,  ;i:: *El.Wey:,on:|t__elW^  ^WASHINGTON;1   Octobej''; 25.���When  .the court of"inquiry; ad jpurnfi_l'toflay aid-;  miral Sshley haa npt: completed his;tes_ .  ; timbny in chief. *'*He' tppk   the   s^apd  i about' ;il:'30,; after.fprm^^  been rec-dled.for the 'purpose of inaking:;  Y'Ziy'] Must'���iBa:aVTou'eh'*Plac...-.-':-:yy  l',.Y'LONDON. .bctober:25���^1 ��i*i;autli- lvyM.m.^. *.-_- *---.-���.  i ;rority of the New* *i York, cbrrespbriden ti ���������^^^^^a^a^A^^o.aieir^bsti  .of the Lot-don jTimes, wbosei sentimohtsij;moiiy. jind continued his statement until  -iasbeen sentbroadcast over Europe r. Ithe cpiirt ^ouxied at; 3:40 p.. m. until  l^_!__________________^ vr-:[:rxYY^-xK-- ������i---Y-K -���;��� ^-::^:y- > :-���������_. r ��� \ ,,���������:; >^^vj'r;.;*;^;:..v.%;^-*^i.;  _t________.-rHrr.-f ,_.���_���- a-������-.���.-1 vi.. jWts._i?_^*.<n.*Ti8.*^���l��gr.ffw*':��-4Pl.,?iB.-;r-.r������.������.-!-i',-���<''*H.i-.-r*-y������*'������-'-���    n^^zz*!jjyiyzLI��221Zl______^^  -:;:|Ai?g,:'_;nhT1--'.a-;:,RB..^  *��$��'AmCTicarit; jqeke^  ;-erat^d;(fri-^^'alli.biame?;as^  ^hejeh^rgeOfifpuLridi^^^^  pii-ffi,'^^terdi^*p>y|i"Madd  ^Gi milib'Hithe '$ winner fZpi.Z the.vHermitage;  Opiate;is.tij;thei. Sandbwii" paxk:lraces;;iReitfi  r^de;��|^mam.^^lWiitney 'sf i= Delacey*;;*  : wliich/came ir.' second;;J rZ7ii7Z<;v17i77y.  yyyZ.Wx7r} ��� zr '-Zzzr Z. z iZZZ 7.7Z fS-^^% y  ^i(^^*;Arrans)t'i_hent'.. A^eedvUppir./;;  ,^NEW_^*ra^*Octobe_V  i; Times^"'in'^its editorial articlesv;asWabled'  ;' tip the: New,:York Times;; says "it; nas]fea-v  iisgnii'tp::believe;;that* theCbasis. 'ofZ:a^aewi;  : arrangement regarding' the.'isJhmiS'iiJcaT'  ��� naV has!'been.settled in'.principle.by*tKe  ���British iahd the' United States*'govern-:  :'mwte,7Zx7Zz'7lr:7i::xxii.: -'.i^ ZZ-yZZyr'iZZ  ^ti^lljKs^ped'andjeyen^^ ;  jiii*;Rbss)ia.nd*Mei::cbmm^cin^  Shbm^ardi*|^^b^t|^^^  i;eame?:in''j:frqm':::J^  iiducedi-.btcpmejtp/Rb_^ian^  iapprehensib^-as'to;:^^|^^  ;ireqiWr'^r.j ,Bil:jpr:'j]t_ie^  fsa^hc_meiahd:as;^icKi!Hasltii^  Stfiisjfam'punt-��tt  iim^iig Jput(#i Just :;w  |!p(.rt^:!i-ib^^re/;dbi!^i:)i|tl-^  ���^inppssible ter sayji "butithis^dpes *Spti; rnatrZ  Ste^iVery ;'muchi' iisinibe ^h&cpinpany^quld;*  ?ibe i'Unablet to*? op er ate *i tp,;M  ifWere'^ey;.all;ofirst-cl^  ifact_musti:bbme;hbme :tb?the*;new;:;boara  lotMl_*ee_brsj:bfZthe.iLe --jpi^mine: s_Tliat  i|thelfeibr^anizatibn%;W  .^ctors;i^^iie__^tbeyfiare*g^  V.^^:UM^*^��AJ+*AC��*��n_'iiii 'A.''. wa+;>.*���-�� isw^w^U'^^'i^'ii'-.'.''  fi:;t:^'A^N^-Boat;Wiii--B^  |��:y_mCOTVER;r; October;!'i^fSpeQiai?  ^tojThe ^-bune.]--Gaptafc  "ied'i_l^s:a_1:ernppny_-om;t^  ]ited>fali ��� the, Atlantic ii ports*.:: fr^;;,Mbin.  Atreai; tbi'New York^dPliiladelp_iia}vbut  icoiild not :flnd:a' steamer, that; had speed  ���_ enough" for the Skagway, run,: and in con-,  :sequence it,has been decided tb(buiid';a  ���' vessel if or that ��� route, ��� on i.the ;rush. order, *  to * take the. plafce of the Islandeiv; i TenV  ders are being called f orr in* Canada; the'  )Jnited States; and in/England' for ;the  -ipbnstrjiction of the;;new,;vessel,v.ito;,be.  };eady "Jii "the 'spring. She! is v designed  sjmilar to the Cottage City,,bbingilarger,  ajid.haviijg more ancj better ���accommbda-  ;tibnsi\andvis 'to be' elegantly fijted,up.,  Captain-TrpHP would not say what her  [sped'^bui4be, bu. itis.expectedfhe will  put everything else ibeh'ihc} in time;..tb  Skagivay; The new Victoria ferryboat:  WiU be begun .simultaneously; I'ghewili  be a t^rin (Screw, While the Skagway" boat  is a. single screw.; She will be over. 40  feet longer than the Islander,VaAd the  ppecifications call fpr ,18 knots per, hour.  "i*': ".,'i:..'':Can't':'Dispbseqf!*-.ond8;:'./V*:/":;  YIDKOHAMA,;*. October;; 25.���The.'i'atT  tempt to. dispose' abroad ipf bonds of 50  000,000^^ yen has failed.' TWs it Is expected will seriously; affectv the position of j;tion clause of the Alien,Labor. Act will  th^c^ia^ iy7 x  :.*i-V  [it? is.*,already/ibeginningfitp?'force; itself,  ^upbtftheir':attentiohiis|eyideii^i-j  i faptv that!- the * moving- offmenifroin Mis-,  ^sburii ^hajs^bSeri,; discontinueid/^Thei-i Mis-;  sbur-m;were: nbt,:gbb-i|mi-ie  sTulle'd^iabb'ri the.) mine'-jiiiiianagementv.r.eV  ���quiresimbre than:' anything,:else;'.'iLat-,  - terly % ItheZ intiirri atio h i;hasiv;'been /given  Jthat the^^;ma.nagement;.wpuld',impprt;min-  .efs';.frbm^'Cornwall.;:;iThe.'Cousin Jacks  ': arefgbdd 'miners,i.butHh^*;RbsslaridTmin-  "ersi; laugh-to! scorn the? suggestip hi that  they'could i be induced, toipome 'iout  as:  strike ���"'���breakers.;-v^Thej-^irianagement'-'"^^;  'the*Le;Rbi^ requires'.*sliille-l:-vru1|niers.tiii'  ..order to 'niake /evenV a T''semblan'ce :* bf  working; ;;but now thatV the-'strike.' has  .been on.for several mqiiths"the skilled  'miners iare as: conspicuous 'by their absence.as they were duringthe'first weeks  of the trouble.,    .    .7x---x;.,,iX:..,".^,'..*;;*,;:  'There has been a great:deal;said about  the members of the Rosslandunibn who  have   deser.ted   their   organization ahd  gone back>to work; and of ibthers who intend to do so in .case theVstrikeas not  'called off'.*in."the/near;'future; .*'*',0f'���' the  formerithei'e' are buttwb."';;;Oi!:the.latter  thbrb' are^ 'seven.'.���'���'��� There*is   not; much  prospective strength ihthisi force for the  -,'mine management.; As; tp ; the manner  ;in,whichthe'striking-minersi have.borne  themselvesi;ali;i*'repbrts jaigree.ithat,,'the  men are deserving bf the (greatest: credit.  "vThat they have been,"severely tried is  'manifest.' :They:have* seemthe law*bear1;  iiingiori intiriiidaiton strictlyienforced. It  ��� is, a "law, the:ibperationi:,bf iiwhichMs /li-  : rected against strike excesses.' Fbr technical viblatibhs of .it they.:ha.ve' seen a  icouple,of^their;men_jbbrs;��� landed in'jail.  There was ithe; Alien; Laborilaw, which,  'i-VLpxto the.itimie, of their:;necessity, the  miners had ��� imagined wasZ designed for  their protection.   It was ';b'eiug flagrantly  yljplated;   They exerted .every means in  itheirvpower to :liave this >law enforced  in their own behalf but.f ailed.. Yet;,there  has been very little complaint from the  union miners, i Had .the j boot .been i on  the' other foot, and had1thei law officers  refusbd.tb give due effect to the statute  i respecting intimidation," how long would  'it* have taken the other; faction to have  the -wires hot and. their, newspaper organs .full ebneerfiing the, menace to the  constitution?' ....'.        Z.7. ;;.'���' ..  " Aside, from its. effect upon the strike  it may be said that the1 failure of the  i government to give effect to the deporla-  rt%^^J|ajMai^hi^-?thi^they:sa^^  f the i iinibtf (cai^pt^ife^ebuj^^  ;^ng&tb;;i;any|--^��e^  j;-nadfeiif;it:'^tei^theii.^ui-i)b  * f rbmij iitSiijIn-jif upport0f iithisiiv^eyijiCitQ'*'  J theSbreafcingfaway|*'frib  ���'iarrange^Kl^inc-hf^asf^fc^  i ebm^fssioiiepCiut_i?aii3ARali^^  i^^^cifetheRi^ip'accep^  ;ln;;the;:ljp|Rca^^^o^^  ':inienttwas:neye^;p-^^arTwithjthe majpfr-;  Ity^bf-'th^-ffimOTS^^  iified ;5lengtH!&bf ^tiirii-^i^d-^as^nev^K;  jsignedj;by|tlie^pfficersfjpfjffiei;^  iroembersfp-Jtieaunibnv-ar^^  ; breaph ,:pf(*fai.ti.i; iiivfailirig.; to' recbgiiizeafe:  -fbr/anitiinieS^febmlthe^me^  ^spuj^iMsl^^^t|thatiall_thbj^  to ;db;tb;>^nxputCjiJt->?:remain}firmi.  they;:appe^v;ito;':iielJwiiiiiig[tb.:d  may';tak%!_vl^sra^i,recheyille.anil[  nbber^sbme^timeirto'^reacii ".".'i'the;;*-proper'"  ; .conclusion' J'ithat&the^ cah'iiot fh'bpc *: to  work thei^mine[iprbfttably iiwithout;. the  union, but^^^hen'tiieyCdb arrive at it they  may, be,cbunte^::upbnas: accepting it and  acting^upbniiXt^-Toithe men thb fight  seems'theiyeryi*existence of.their brgan-  ization, as .failure In" Rcssland; wilt  iyite. furth'er.fbbiifiict; in other��� pp'rUonsii'of-  the districtA^usi. jhb\y** tari tiiey would  goialbng.-th^ii'badVtO-a" compr'oihiseiis  a matter'whi'ch''hone but���'the members  of the executiyekno-w; but from the fact  thatrecent bvertures were made,withi*a  view tb a settiementVit is presumed that  the men-will entertain, a' compromise  when it coines. ,-;;*; v :, ( ��� 'i -���:. x-x '���-.. ���:*'������,..  i^faand^eater^pto^  ���?*nrl.>.'f-tWo-.il.��nV.-_i4--i;;*U_U;'_-'*i'i<Ai';.--_iy._ii��  SjUa^i^gro_-i|i^-ie^  Iheriiuief^nejsj'andfre^  **-i_ra_f-.C_'ntv*;f'Vivo^-rt��i-\'^-+li*iTi'^^^  ^lto-^^he;^ai_Iaimen-_-S^  };t^^^relani^|is;K^  ja^^8^fiSi.dalh^Nbl-.lt-ratipn_^^  ^iri^e|^eRtSin5'im  ^^fyB^S^^a-l^disspi 1'i.ioii $ahdl|w 6 !k%t&  VlVn. ii;'.. -h tarr, nl n'. -i ri -."il. Vio'. V.'- .T-ti'.'..-_-._ i__'^*"*;,.i.A':  EIGHTEEN: REPORTED LOST  i;;  iii^E^iipfeci^'^pgis^^dls^^  |tee*^ticmiallint^s^|ji;lia  ifabl^;fo;^pj^n^|^o-i|sif^  ';giTOS5tthefI.ishlia^i��pr^eh_nt  j r_^sl^fi^(j^ingMthe|^-^b^  ^bweseh^tip^��^g:Enslaiyd?fa_! 'd^Seot^  llandJi^T^^Qplpii^  ;ltp. pbint'tbut^tii^ tlipnlaSl.asifebfypbpuiaS-'  :tiGh�� Ir elaia^li^^{i^  i manyi;:in^^|lipuBe Ipf ^ccmn_pn^^d|��. h^i  Stl^-ba^ s^qf l^h eift coin tri i;iu  ij^riaUpu^o-^s^  '^uiuiQn^0ih^had|f-cm;itOT  {in.ombers.|tpo2mw V  ,^^l:,say|th^;:tJTis|cbhstitufe  :;Ae: cbntihue^gjf^j-a^  .^hy^itvishcul^^pprpetu^ed.^  '7y in Hanother-'g; pbTtibhi/pf:fiihis;;:^eeehy;  which;Swas -llargeiy-* devoted i tiofthis .Irish  !(iu'esti;bn^he|;pbser.ved::M'^^  men;;- ;v^b;*jnpwSnperilyif; shbi_ti?;fbr7'the  malidi^jand^ priay^for.;- the vBoers'>haidi-?;  :; par. iameiitS-pf iJttieii^  v*btrihgs5<_f;?lrts1v;*gbydrnmentyhadVbeen  .yn^theii^hands; tf;tiiey.;had shad/thait is  it' nbti.certain^that-thbyi'wbu  f used;;'tp;.pay^their: .contribution: to Vthe  5wajr:'ahd^th'at^they:;^ould^  ;iisi in-;a;-;'pcs,itipn; ^  B RIBF#CAN ADIAN-��� ;TELEI-BASIS;  .the;aIte^d:chec]rib-_'J6seph;.Neum^^a^  :local'mej;chaiitr':andvwas^  Fearful Holocaust', in - Philadelphia  PHILADELPHIA, i October. 25:���A flre  in which- the' police'; say'17 persons lost  their lives and : many, mere/were seriously aiid perhaps i fatally., injured occurred to daj**; in the heart of- the busi-j  ness ; portion of .this,, city.' ; The , nine  story building;at 1219 iand 1221'Market  street, occupied by .Hunt,'. Wilkinson &  Co.; upholsterers and .furniture dealerrf,,  and two unoccupied buildings at 1223-  and 1225 Market' street were destroyed.  Many other i.buildings -wore damage-l  and the loss is estimated to be upwards  of $500,000. The fire' started at. 11:30  o'clock.������ It;, is supposed tp have' been  caused by an explosion of benzine, or  naphtha, ���vyhich >vi^h ether materials  used in the^ "manufacture of fiirhiture  was stored in the eel lar. The flames shot  up the elevator shaft and in less than  flvo minutes every one of the main  floors of the structure was ablaze, There  wore 230 employees, men and* women,,  at work, in the different; departments  at the time.: Those on the.second floor  were the first to s_e, the flames. Instantly there* was a wild rush for che  fire escape; but owing to the highly in-  flammabler nature of the material used  by the firm, the bluze spread with re-  markable rapidity, dealing death' to the  unfortunates as they made frantie but  ;* VALLEYFIELDr Quiiec;* October 23.  ?���Ther^"is;"anpth.iv sinkfr'Qui'at'the  cottbhCniiiIs�� here: i The milis i tlosed to-  night for;a fewydays,;. ;,-,* * ZzY'7 7 ���'���'���', 7i  i iTOItpNTO^ Oetober 25:~-Rev;i Dyson  Pogiie,'' pi'ofeesoi* bf, practical 'philosophy./in Wiol-liffe Cblltge, has accepted  the; assistant icctors-hip of St. George  Church, Montreal;'. '   A -  .iOAICVILl-i-.,;Aohtario,/ October, 25.���:  The'seebnd of a sbmewnat limited crop  of strawberries' is being:gathered here."  ''-ST;;:TilOMA.S;: Ontario, October 25.--.  Gplih.McDougal,: K.;C..i one of-the-best  known- reside-'ts of St. Thomas, dropped  dead at "his residence this afternoon.'  i X MONTREALliipctober ,25^4e.  Batley,;  iwho registered ; at th e .;Sti 11 \yel 1' House,  as i frbm-Point St:'Charles, was foynd'  ; dead' in his-room;this: evening with a-  i bullet.-in his head.';, Switch 'keys found  in his pockety indicate he was a railway  i nian.'. No- lfipney ;;:was   found, on i his  ;:clbthes.:-; ���':"'"���.���' x::x'77:   ';'",: ":*'".'.':i''   :;;���.*���',���,'���','"'  i    TORONTO,-; October   25.���News   :has  i been received of the death from -wounds  received in-action of captain E.- Clement  Smith.'coihman'ding "Clement'si Scouts"/  Jin South Africa.   Captain Smith,.served  in" the Canadian militia  from   1871   to:  ; 1887, during which time he took great  interest in rifle shooting, winning the  ��� D, R, A. medal in 1875.    He served in  the Northwest rebellion .also and won a  .medal..   ,   *,'**'  TORONTO, October 25.���The Evening  Telegram's London cable says: Australia and New' Zealand are sending���  military contingents to the king's coronation next year. It is expected that.  Canada wilt also be r.-presented. ��� M-.n  v/ho have seen sen ice in South Africa  are getting the prcfen;nco ir. the contingents and the���'.imperial government  is anxious that Eoj-uon shall have  picked men -in the contingent from"t'U��i'  'Dominion; *,."'���      i       ''������'.'"  v.takenvbefbre'/justice^arshalL  : fusedtb.en.plbyfah:'attoni^  ��� ^...-.j-i _._....:...-_. ���'n-ation'.'-.'Ju'sti'ce.l-Ma^^fi^p.  tver^toxth^ZsinperiiyrysPM^m:  ':b^';?5po:; 7^^iZ^a_0r0^M  l)ohds-nhd;':was^,(cpi_i4_;fe_l?S^��  ,y ;��� jai 1.': ���; xZxiYZ'ZyiiyZ^Z^^^m  ������ * ������-*���*:.���rX'--xy--'.x.xry-^,:,-:.ixX7fiixJi^^^^  _ce'':in'.;Laurier^-;,y^Jj;^^^^fe  .,...;.Jctpbcr:-;2^1[sMi^ig^m  i.]���ivt, a meeting^pf.^he;^!;^^^  tiori last ihigHtV.aVr-��pli.i^':'^^i^^  prelim  shall '  cbur  unable tb; furnish "bonds  mitted trV'thc.county  ��� ;\* >;;'Havei,C()n__denceuh.;Laune't.^^  Ji-i/^NCQUVER;?^  to-The Tribune.  Liberal Associatibri  tionwas-passed ���"favorihg*:,the1ruhnii_g^  the next election on party;.lines.:?J;:It'vwas' .i'*^i|S^^  decided* to recommend to thc;ipirpylnci_l._i.5s^^f  executive to hold a Liberal:TOhyentio.-i   ' '"  decided* to recommend to thcHprbvlnci_l..i;:s^;*SR   '"'"        """-  '"    :y7��Zi^,_.  next; January'.' ; A motion^^bf cphflderice jii'iS'iSff^^^l  premier^ Laurier was also passed:  dered to be forwarded to O .taw-u .  ���^3;.the,Cpw*Hurt^*;;!*:4"^^*;*p|p^  ���i'''c'.i3^Ah.;;,IJitpraiba_i7>^amTO^^^^^  V   ;-;rWas!:the Cow Hurt^<  "-. VANCOUVER,  The Tribui  fi^am Westminster:withiiflfteen-pebplet_o^S?_pi��s_^  board cbllided'���'���Sv.Itli';, ai* cpwi'ithis^yeiiing"''' ���'^^v^-���  and   turned   completely;^ovorc-intbi  , ditch. ��� It was miraculbus*tliat:^.nly'^  , person^ was iihjured;f":" '"'''"'"' '  Anxious to Placates  SHANGHAI, October  'pappi-s  secret.  25.-^The;hews-  ;*i::'S*.'^^*rji��*K  ���consider; that/general,. Yeng :Lu'3 'yZyvyM^^  dispatch;-'to';:U;-Huns*(C!^ng;?as^  ; treaty, indicates Ycngi Iju'srdetermin^vS^^a^M  vUpn to revenge himself upbn;the;:v1ce^^;S|3^&  'roy,;who balked hisdesisns.aridithatthivdf:^^^^  time is approaching for Great;"������"-'"' "l!'"''^iAV,a  to carry 'outrher promise /to"  the Yang Tse viceroys.  jat;iB.iteli^g��;lf.^  i ��� ��� staiid:: bw' r!7x}��i7'jSf-m  vr/'  Wm  Sol d iors, Ordered" K el '^,si.fiv;?;|;��;^*;Kl^^p&  .LONDON;' OctofcciV;'LS.^Thp'^r'^'f^ll^l  fico ihas'.ordered;the. iimra-SjiateJ���reieasqs&w'^f��^J  of. thrr^e members of \^ -Kfth;*yictc^_:':Sf^|?||i  ian. contingent wV.ii.. rrabhtin^^bri^-^^^i^l^J  dier-general. i Ho'v.iMi calling*;,:tbbMoa-^BIS'*^|iiK^  mand "Wlllte Wfi?6.d'; curs/v.wcmi^seh^;^.?*^^'''' " m  t  iff  THE NELSON TRIBUNE,  SATURDAY  MORNING,   OCTOBER 26, 1901  ___���"��� . . ^___^____________^___^_   ''.a  to:  to  to  to  to  1$  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  'to  to  Yq\  IvcoKroimtD 1070  ooiMiiF-AJsnsr  In view of coming events, we are paying special  attention to the requirements of  THE   BALL   ROOM  We cannot go into details, but we would ask  you to have a look at  OUR   WINDOWS  We have the .choicest, newest and daintiest goods  procurable in the best markets of the world, and at  prices which wiiragreeably surprise you.  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  "-Vii  9  FOR ONE  WEEK ONLY  We are offering our entire stock of  plate cameras below maker's prices for.  one week orly.  SEE OUR WINDOWS;  THOMSON STATIONERY* CO. Ltd  NKLSON. B. C..  ��� "^Ste^-fe^-S^g:^ \$) *$$&$��-*&*  to  to  Vrr  <���>  , {WHOLESALE DIREOTORT'  h -  h^i  l<Zb.>  -" 'Y  ���yi  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  W.  F.  TBETZBCj  &  CO��� CORNER  OP  Baker    and    Josephine    streets,    Nelson,  .-wholesale   dealers  -In   assayer's --supplies.  -Agents   for  Denver  Fire   Clay   Company,  ���Denver, Colorado. _        ,  .-��_���  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.. <��� y  i'-. "H.*.J.^EV^NsX^a^AkSa^RBET,  T^elson, ., wholesale dealers ...in _ liquors,  ���iclgais,   cement,  flre  brick  and  flre -clay,  .(water pipe and steel rails,' and _ general  ircoinmlssion merchants   ,_.*--������ ,  ,"  (J     ELECTRIC/1.VS-JPPLIES.  S'J, r�� ,~-v . J '"TsOOM-NAYTi^^  Br'Jf.'j <-.   - Construction , Company���Wholesale  dealers  '.I      *.*ly.��*_..... __n       _ nmtnnta . rt. a Vtolla       -._t.f��-_  \ty   -      ,       -  ffe,  P-x&y_  FrVA  - FRESH AND SALT'MEATS.  sK^SV^J^p; 7BUBNS   &   CO.-BAKER "-'STKi-EiT,  jbffiSTii&'jkelBonrJwholesale   dealers   inv fresh-and  lured" meats. Cold' storage.j-_,  .*  J* .J'  ;S|pfiU_fcX��OOTBNAT  GROCERIES.  .<-v  A  ���*.  V/jJji-i'i  9l��i_ -V-" _ ,-^_  OCC1S.  SUPPLY COMPANYriilM-  street,    Nelson, ^wholesale  ,r  ,r y' .    1v   hV&\'  %^it J^ WftSOBN t   CHOLDITCH    &- CO.���FRONT  Tnl_'-.='j-i!?^|-greeti Nelson, wholesale grocers.  /   t / &  PLASTERERS" UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening ln the Elliot Block,'at 8  o'clock. J. D. Atoyer, president; William  Vice, faecrotary. P. O. Box 161.  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WED-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  In Miners'-. Union Hall. C. J. , Clayton,  president; Alex. B. Murray, secretary.  PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays in eactrmonth at Min-'  ers' Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. -Walter R.��  Kee, president; Henry Bennett, .secretary-  ~ LAUNDRY WORKERS'-/1 UNION.��� 4  Meets at Miners'-. (Union 'Hall on, fourth)  Monday ln every month at 7:30"o'clock p.'  m. B. Pape, president; A. W..McFee, sec-*  rotary. '' ���        ���.,.*.  '��i  CLASSIFIED* ADS.  ARTICLES FOR S^lLE.  SEWING MACHINES OF ALL KINDS  for sale or re it at the Old Curiosity Shop.  X_._'YY.Y,-Z ^OR^^NT. ','  ~ ���  FOR RENT-THREE. ROOMS x SUIT ABLE'  for light housekeeping; hot and cold water, steam,'  heat, hatha,   Addieab box 571f Nelson. 'A  _$3&yti  J1 MACDONALD '<-.������ CO ���v_--__.-N.__R  Oi..*  ont and Hall-streets. Nelson, wholesale;  ���.j..,   j-  -���^ocers  and  jobbers  ln  blankets,   gloves,^  ?-*_->���* c ***Sbitts,.l.oots, rubbers, maeklnaws1and min-  ���<H&X%i   ^ct8' sundries. r ->' .v     "       t  "���?... -.i.- ^^j T GRIFFIN & CO ���FRONT STREET,/  * Nelson,   wholesale   dealers   ln   jirov-Slons,  ^cured meats, butter and eggs."       y J { ^  ''fbarWr  m>*.  Str-.  -J?**''.*.-    ..  ~*iypr y-  ,ir-^ ��lQUORS AND DRY GOODS.  r-?'J>!  * ,i<_  \t>r  . Fturner,  BEETON   &   CO.���CORNER  '*��� 1 ^Vernon   arid   Josephine' streets, >.-Nelson,1"  -   wholesale dealers in liquors,-- cigars and dry  *oods*<Agents'for Pabst Brewing Company  vof Milwaukee and Calgary..Brewing Com-  "jpany,of Calgary. ' -,,    t   SIXr ROOM'COTTAGB-^-ATi-BALFOUR,'  ^to let by the month .or. for'the/season. Im-'  .mediate   possession... Good i fishing.   Apply <  C.  W. -Busk, -Kokanee creek." Phone 66a.  Or to R. H. Williams, Baker street. Nelson.  *' 'FOR RUNT-PALACE SALOON, SANDON;1.  ^uFor particular. applj^Mrs. A. Kogan, bandon, B.C.  ��.',TO   LEI' ��� THREE' ROOMS..ON -CEDAR  'streot; large living room, bedroom and kitchen';  ?with sink; also neo of bath.  Apply to J. Cox-  "head, Cedd,r street. -"���<*' \ "   ,        * ',  ;/  FOR SALE. -  ^'FOR IMMEDIATE SALR-GROCKRY BUS-  Ine.is; good location; low rent,'owner going out  .of business. For full portioulars address-C.K.,  Grand Forks, B. C-.        i >    , j  in Tr-^il   Creek   mining' division.    The  remaining 7000 are inJ Cascade,   Grand  Forks, Phoenix, ^Greenwood, Eholt, Midway, and other" camps-in'thej Boundary  section of Yale district:* Nelson City is  entitled   to a member,, as is   Rossland  City., The.remainder.'bf the population  of Trail Creek and Nelson mining divisions, which will 'number "over 3000,  are entitled to a member. Ea��t and West'  .Kootenay have a population'of 30,926, or,  over 8000 more ,tha_i New Westminster  district   and   New_ Westminster   City.i  With the cities of Nelson' and'-Rossland!  each given a member,tthere-remains a>  population of 18,926 in thetsmaller citiesi  and towns and mining^camps and farm-,  ing districts, which if given six members  .would be one to each 3154 of,population.  Yale has a population ofr. 18,716. > There?  'are no'large-cities'in that district, but'  its population entitles itto six.members,-  Vhich-would be one] ��/ every 3119 of,  population.1 East and West Lillooet have'  a total population of 1759V which surely  does not entitle' them to more than one  member.   The "population^of Cariboo isi  not,known, but. it is," probably> in'tne/  neighborhood' of ^2500.* ^The white pog-  ulatibn of the province Js in theneigh-  ^borhood of __40,000]j of-^rhich 36 per. cent1  'live   in   Kootenay fand-vYale1 "districts.!  *With -over vone*-third "pf^the -population/  ' eight-tenths ,of the mineral',;w'ealth, ^.and  ,Jrfully��� one-half, of-thervagricultural^ and  -stock-raismV.resourees.'df-the province,(  '-surely "''Kootenay^ and^Yale are entitled,  toi' fair' representatibn,v'iA^the' legislative"  assembly.   They can'get what they are  "entitled to if onlyiJie'-memliers for these*  'two districts 'stend^up. for J'their rights,-  and,not fairdown whWthe party whip  is cracked by a "Coast politician.   >  ���^^p'^fSSt^��'^&'3_-&;��^S.'2S(.-'3Si'.''&"vS^-5<'00-^00���!_�����^^ ."? ^���^���^^���^���^^���^���^���^^'���^--^^  m  torn.  (���V  LADIES' JACKETS,,  COSTUMES,    ���  PURS AND UNDEilWEAR:  ' '   AT ESPECIALLY  '   LOW PRICED  MENS' LAMBS' WOOL  SHIRTS'  AND   DRAWERS,  FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR; WOOL AND CASHMERE" SOCKS, ,FLAN- v'  NELETTE' NIGHT   SHIRTS  '   AND PAJAMAS AT  VERY'LOW   PRICES    .  ml  BARGAINS  IN ff\\  GREY.AND WHITE  BLANKETS,  WOOL. COM-    ff\,  FORTERS AND EIDER-  ' ^\  DOWN QUILTS.  m  CO.  36 Bakep Sltpeet, Nelson.  '*^&^-t��5P*?5*-*^Sf��� 'S -"8 ��� -��SL_��<��S��*.^^^^^''^^���?���" \fl *^Sf^S^^f*0__0*m^'00'00'00'00'00'00'00'0^",^'00'00'^'  I  I!   .  "_<    .  Sbbsiness :direqtoey. ,  V��. V .   'f<���. ^' '.; -'-  '" ARCHITEQTS. ' / "  '' n'r-* vn^S^cT^^RT^-^^  .   - �����-. ^'kberdeen Block;- Baker Street, Nelson. t ���-  '        -s.'     ��� ' ~  Y^i,.*  tj-ffr.      CHOP HOUSE.     ' r     4  **' Y> "'/^i��^5��oNEBR    !!<-i-o_r~T_iou____^~ToHN^  /> '   "/Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  , . ���'���.*�����. ^Baker street, Nelson. Open day-and night.  ' 'Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling  ^     - ..parties supplied on shortest notice.        ^  ft.  rj.  DRAYAGE.  ^FURNITURE, PIANOS, SAFES, ETC.,  v moved carefully at reasonable rates. Ap-  ^'ply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser> aec-  ~bnd Hand"store7 Ward street       ~"  "FURNITURE.  ,., >iD J ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  '���new' postoffice building, Vernon street,  Nelson.  _ -"'^-~-~���.������������������^���  I WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  HELP WANTED.  i WANTED ��� CHAMBERMAID. SHINGLE  jointer and packer, laundress, railroad men for  Xardo.   Nelson Emplojracnt Agency. Phone 278.  /       ^    SITOATIONS WANTED^       '  j SITUATION* WANTED���BY1 YOUNG������ WO-  Jnan as general servant in bmall family.' 'Address  "box baO, Nelson.' , ^ _.        . . ,  ���^-^^h^^^fSY^^SY^yY.  ~:SSissr^:^SxNm^^7^f:^xsEysEi^-  j)hone, telegraph or inquire Western Canadian   Employment   Office, i Nelson.   Phone  ;270. Storage���I have a large "warehouse for  storing  household  or  other  goods.  H.  A.  Prosser.   s '     ��   ^ ,    .   . .       ^  WANTEDVi HELP OF" ALL. KINDS ���  Orders for help* lecelve-prompt and careful attention R. Purdy, Employment  Agent," Stanlev street, Nelson. Telephone  44   P. O. Box 682.  lie ��rtbmtje  '     FREE  MILLING  GOLD PROPERTIES.  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors'   Exchange,   Nelson,  B.  C,   Room 4,  ' % W. C. Block.     "  r C   GOLD,     COPPER,     SILVER,     LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  ���"   and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  ��� Nelson, B. C, Room 4,JK. W. C. Block.  _ ' * *  Notices of meetings.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  ^ELSONlLobGE, N0^3ff~A_7li\~&  A. M. meets second Wednesday in  each mouth. Sojourning bieUiren  Invited. .  ���s NELSON  ROYAL   ARCH  CHAPTER NO.  ,_SJ, G.R. C���Meets thud Wednculaj.   bojourh  aig compaiuoiib  invited.   Cbas.   <_. MUIh,   Z,  Thos. J. Suns, a. Ii.  NELSON"* AERIE, NO. 22 F. O. E.-  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of  each month at Fraternity Hall. George  Bartlett, president; J. V. Morrison, secretary. ^  , 1COOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K O. T. M.���  Regular meetlng3 first and third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir Knights  are cordially invited to attend. Dr W.  Rose, R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com ; G. A.  Brown, P. C.   ,"   TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  ' ��� AUiN.___-.S-. UNION, NO -6, W. F of M.���  Meets in Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting  members -welcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Wilks, secretary. Union scale  of wages lor Nelson district per shift: Machine men $3.50. hammersmen $3 25, muckers, carmen, bhoveiers, and other underground laborers $3. *���  BARBERS' UNION, NO. 196, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets fust and third Mondays  of each month in Miners' Union Hall at  8.30 sharp. Visiting members invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. H. Uatheson, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  nut rotary  1COOKS AND WAITERS UNION NO. MI,  W. L. U., meets nt Minors' Union HaU on second and last Tuesdays lu every rnouth at^8J0  p.m. sharp.  A. B. Sloan, --_.-_..  *  +  *  *  ���S_wZ__J_  4-  NOTICE TO' SUBSCRIBERS  ' BY   CARRIER.  .4-  4-  4-  4-  4-  4-  4-  4-  4-  4-  ..... .... ..............  ���rn -"���_-i-A���i���.���*.*���.".**.*  On Saturday next,' subscribers  whose Tribunes are delivered by  carrier will be expected to pay  tbe carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week. , J   __  A majority of the-menjengaged in. the'  mining ^and 'srneltinV industry* in Kobt-  renay--are forced' to'admit'j;hat The Tribune at "all times aims to advance tlie]]  best interests-of those two industries,  From the'garly days it^ad\ccated-. the  building fof smelters'to "treat oiir''ores,  locally, 'claiming xthat'the sooner  our  'mine ,own. rs were entirely independent r  bf the American*^smelters the-oetter it.  "would be for both them and! tne country/  and they are now beginning to^realize'f  ^that The Tribune is on the right .track ]  They see',, hat the* pricer ot lead'in-'the,  United States is a1 fictitious one,*so faV  as they'are"concerned;   that the price  of lead'at New York is not the" one on  which settlements are  made for1 their  bullion   Their settlements are made!on  the   pi ice   at'London.   With > the w ore'  smelted .locally.' and refined in Canada.  Kootenay silvor-lead miners   would' he  entirely independent  of  the  American  Smelter Trust,  once the home market  ityG3&i>*A0vjii  0   4:  *�����.,..  rcatell. Decretory  H. M.  petery.  3ent: J. 1\ For-  Unaiicirl eco-  The census returns for Kootenay and  r Yale printed today bear out the contention made by The Tribune that Kootenay and Yale should have not less than  fourteen members in the provincial legislature.    The Tribune claimed that a  member should be elected from a riding  fdimed out of that portion of East and  West Kootenay lying  along  the   main  line of the   Canadian   Pacific   railway.  According to the   census  returns,  the  present   ridings   known   as  Revelstoke  and Northeast Kootenay have a population of 4938. Of this papulation, 1500 at  least are in mining camps that no longer  look to Revelstoke or Golden as their  central points.    These fifteen  hundred  people should be placed in ridings the  interests of those  people would be m  common.    Southeast Kootenay,  out bf  which two ridings should be made has a  population of 5962.   This with the population of the Windermere portion of the  Golden riding and the people in the Goat  River mining division of West Kootenay  will total not less than 6500.   Slocan riding has a population of t>it\.   These with  the Trout Lake and Nakusp-Fire Valley  portion of Revelstoke riding will make  a population of 6500, which would entitle  them to two members.    Nelson riding  has a population of 7102, of which nearly  6000 are in the city of Nelson and its  several additions.   Rossland riding has  a population of 14,603, of which 6200 are  in the(clty of Rossland, 1200 in the city  was secure. With the heme market secure,   the  surplus  would   seek  foreign  markets, just as does the surplus of the  American    Smelter    Trust.    Canadians  would be on.an equal looting witn.the  Americans, and nothing more than this  can ever be realized. To bring this about  should be the aim of-every interest engaged,   directly  or  indirectly,  in. min-  1 ing. There is no labor difficulty, as far  as the silver-lead mines are 'concerned.  All these mines are parying a rate of  ' wages that is satisfactory to 'the mine  workers.   Every   silvor-lead   camp, has>  1 fairly    good ' transportation    facilities,  'several heve competitive facilities. Mining supplies are not a monopoly. Taxes  are not a burden. But, notwithstanding  'all this, the mine owner is hampered  He is compelled to market his output in  the United States, because of the lack of  a refinery   in   Canada.   We   have   the  smelters, and we should have the cheap-1  est-coal^ and coke of any mining country on earth. A refinery, however, must  be assured of a daily tonnage of'bullion.  It cannot be operated profitably unless  that tonnage is in sight and contracted  for. The money is ready to build and  operate   the  refinery.   Work  would   be  commenced   within   a   week   wero   thev  promoters of the enterprise assured of  one. hundred tons of base bullion a da/.  It would appear from this that it is now  up to the mine owners to say whether  or  not  Canadian silver-lead producers  shall be   entirely   independent   of   the  American Silver Trust.  fbia.j In this'province he represents the  ^wing of/the p��rty���and it is in the major-,^  .ity���that believes laboring <men��have no*  rights^to*.form? organizations other-than^  ^organizations; like the Liberal Associa-,.  tion.of Ymirl*. *He'believes laboring men  should not"aspire 'higher  than<f tor be  liewereV__ ' wood    and'   drawers    of  r-water. 'He does-not believe in the im-  .partial enforcement of the laws of Canada.   He believes that men'like Beamish  ��and Colistro' should be jailed for violating a'section" of the'Criminal-Code, but  men like Bernard ^McDonald Jand^' Edmund B. Kirby should not be molested  wherith'ey violate'the Alien^Labor Act.  The only Liberals of the1 Interior recog-  'nized^t the Coast by. Czar.Templeman.  are .Jmen, Hike .doctor   Sinclair,*- hailing  from'-Rossland.1   This is because'., Czar  'Templeman firmly believes Rossland^, is  Kootenay.   The man the Liberals of the  .largest constituency "in Canada), both "in  area and population, electeditd represent them at' Ottawa" is overlooked,'not  "because he,is lacking in "ability, but because he will not bow   down   to   the  ^party's Czar   at   the Coast'' *>Whatv'a  ^smashing" the Liberals'"will get'^at the  'first election held in Kootenay and Yale,  all because of  the pigheadness * of  the  party leaders at the Coast���"andLthe"arro~  gance of the Liberals of Rossland.  .-. ��_  -a_,rwn,i  BEB____B_BI  Doctor Sinclair of Rossland, backed as  he is by the Liberal Associations of Rossland, Ymir, and the Boundary country,  is the most potent Liberal in the southeastern portion of British Columbia.  He has served the party many years���in  , A - statement is being circulated by  Smith Curtis of Rossland _ that a sufficient number of members of the legislative assembly have pledged themselves  in writing to vote the Dunsmuir, government out of office once the legislative  assembly convenes.' Ther Tribune will  venture the assertion .that no ^self-  respecting member of the legislative assembly signed any such pledge. Smith  sCurtis of Rossland, is looked "upon, as a  school "boy by everybody except ^.the  Crow's Nest Coal Barons of Toronto.  Let every city, town, village,, and  camp in Kootenay--and Yale form''a  "Pair Representation Club," whose object would be to secure to the people  of Kootenay and Yale,fair representation in the 'legislative* assemblyjjand in  the house of commons." The membership of. such clubs-would not'be'made  up of men who professed- one political  belief, therefore such'clubs would hstve  an influence that would --be Tespected.  , What town will take the lead?  i    I    The Kaslo Kootenalan says;    "Gov-  |"ernment   advertising   is   the pap  by  J" which John Houston and The Tribune  .'.''are  nourished.    The Tribune should  " declare a dividend   at the   end  of its  ��� "financial   year."  >The   Kootenalan   is  wrong.   If the Kootenalan will pay The  | Tribune what it owes it for'blank paper,  'The Tribune will agree never again to  insert government advertisements without   flrst   getting   the   consent - of the  Kootenaian.  Those who are opposed to civic ownership of the electric lighting plant say  the city Is not able to bear the financial  burden that would be imposed on it  through the'erection ofta power'station1  on Koteenay river.   The Tribune is un-  .-.}-  Selfcexp^ndirig.  Ypur. foot- sp'reads when -yoti' stand  upon it. L     .    ,��      t>      .   ��� ^ ^Y     ~.  .Therefore, a new shoe which'fits "it,  neatly when lifted; must pincli. \vlien~  you' bear upon it. ' ,      '"    "  Your foot-harrows again,.at~the "ball,*,  when-lifted. /  - Therefore, when wear has stretched  \ the1 leather across the ball of, the foot,v  ' .so that.it is comfortable to stand on���  *>the 'shoe is then '.too loose when lifted. -  This' 'is* why it wrinkles,^ and- over  runs-oh-the sides.  Now^th'e Resilia Soled Slater Shoe  '4'    expands ' when   your  foot * does,   and  contracts when lifted, making it easy  ^ Tas aiTold Ithoe^tlieli^Ti^^voirvvear it~  Goodyear Welted���$5.50 graded  "Tlie Slater Shoe  ROYAL SHOE STORE, Aberdeen Blk.    L. GODBOLT (Successor to Lillie Eros.  500MWANTE]  On the construction of the Arrowhead  Kootenay railway ln the Lardo district.  HIGHEST WAGES:PAID  In .order to secure' men" without delay  ordinary labor will*be paid $2.25 per,.day  and 'axemen $2.50 per day.   -- *.   -  GOOD STATION; WORK  CAN BH SECURED*  -I J !  the  For   further .particulars   apply   to  Nelson Employment Agencies or to '"  CARLSON & POSTER  '*,  CONTRACTORS,  WANTED.  500 Day -and Station Men  i: ' 'j "r       '   *'  Eight   months'   work.     All   rock.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527.  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  -__i___:ia?-__;r--  CHARLES HILLYER, Presidsnt.  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Wages $2,25 per day.  -*u��  GTW-T   -G* A TO*  _T"JLM. V/JL- -0-_t__X'<-)   " "    Elko,  B. C.  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds  of Teaming and Transfer1  >> , Work.  Agents for Hard and SofD Coal.   Imperial OU  Company.   Was-nrgUm Brick, Lime & Manufacturing Company.   Oeneral commercial agents \  and brokers.  All coal and wood strictly oash on delivery. |  TKILTCPHONJC 1*7.  fifflco 184 Baker St.  Hare jnst i ecelved 3,000,000 feet of lo  of timber of any dhneusdnna or lengths,  doors, and mouldings in Kootenay.  a from Idaho, and we are prepared to ont the largest bill  Estimates given a. any time.  The largest stock of _u__h^  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND,  OFFK5.-lA.VI> YARDS-   COnNTBR HALL ANT) FRONT STRKBTS.  Porto Rico lumber Co.  (LJMITED,  '  CORNER OS  HHNDRXX AND VERNON STRKBTS  Ontario, but expects to get bis reward  pf Trail, and 200 la. the out]��_ag mines 1 tbrongb tbe Liberals of British Colnm-  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lurtjber Always in  StocK.  We carry a complete Btoek of  w_ .__v.i_-v__.c-.., ,,�����-. *_��. xiiUu-_D �� un- .Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Ir side Finder the impression that the City of Nel- jti8^J,J^1ledl^r��r^_S^lh^T1^ &00���  son is able to successfully* grapple with  such an. undertaking; much abler, in?  fact, than the West Kootenay Power' <fc{  Light Company, Limited, of Bosslakd.  BEAL ESTATE    .  AND  INSURANCE BBOKEBS  Agents for Trout Lake Addition.  <Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J. Taylor safes.  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's time without interest.  Ward Bros.  333 West Baker Street, Nelson.  ^k***********************  W. P. TIERNEYi  Tolephono 265.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Special order work wiii r��ceive  ���prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumbsrfio.Ltd-  Mi  Ml  Mi  tb  Mr  Mi  5  OP  COURSE   YOU   WANT    TUB  THEN   OO   TO  BEST-  ARTHUR    GEE  %  in Tromont Block.  Ho -will suit you.  Large stock of imported season's goods.  Offlee:^ Two Doors West C. P. R;Office  A. K. BABSOW, A.M.I.C.E.I  PROVINCIAL-  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets (]  P. O. Box 653. TELEPHONE NO. 95.  NEWLING* & CO.]  AUCTIONEER, VALUERS, ETC.  Kootenay Street, next door to Oddfellows' Hull |  P. O. Box 633 NELSON, B.C.  NOTIOE  *tt&*&*��**&239*��**>***  The undersigned hns resumed pro-j  pnetorship of the blacksmith businpssj  tormeily carried ou Dy me and lately]  carried on by R. B. Reiley, in the premises on Hall street near corner of Baker J  street All accounts due R B. Reiley; J  aro payable to me.  K. D. ASHCROFT.  Nelson, B.C., October 15th, 1901.    il **���' ^"'niif-fnTr-ari-lWBWf^-^-ff-*^  rr  vi"'.  Jtj^Wb^  pCTgBEm^G,^^  **iJ��f  -   CAPITAL. &U P��W^UP-.��$^^.000:CO":'  Wfll-lT .     .   ...........    Y.OOO.OOO.OU   ..**  UNDIVIDED* PROFITS;:;   427,180.80  .  Lord Strathoona and Mount Royal'������; ^President  Hoa. Goorgo.A.Drummond..��..yico-^sld^nt  E. S. Clov_tou ....���.;......���.;.General Manager  .������>.:       .NELSON BRANCH;-     ,  ;  Corner Baker and Kootenay St-roota^.  y-        Ai H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  BranchesZin���''������London {SnglandV Nkw^Yobk,  Chicago, and all the. principal cities to Canada.  Bay and; sell StOTUngVtoohMge'and Cable  T_*AriflfflPfl - ������",:.'"-'-".'... *'  Grant  Commercial -; and. Travelers'  CredltB,  =) available In any. part ot.the^iom.yxZ \ rr7":  .Drafts Issued, ��)UeOtions;Ma4e,;li<��>.iS :/��� '  ;Savii__fs3B8i_iK:  ' :*...     ��� f WITH^WH-CHZlB-'KM^^jMJtr^xZrrY  THE BANK;OF BRITISH qp^BlA|  :,   i    ; HEAD OFFICE: TORONT6_x YYY  Paid-Tip Capital, i H     ���   : ���'<! $8;000.000  Reserve ITuikI.      -     -     - ���'���-. $2,000,000  - AGGRECATE RESOURCES OVER $06,000,000.  Hon; Geo.'A. Cox,'  ... *- i        President.  ; B. E. Walker,1'    ,  *.-*.* ;.> General. Mana��_.,  London Oiflce,60 i.6inbajrd Street,,B.;0.,  New York  Office, t6   3JI__c_-a_ige;Place/  and 68 Branches in Canada and the   ;.*���->  ;v'������:���.-   ���" ^Vnited. States.;;    ���������y.y.y::-\  Y ._ SAVINGS; B ANK^DEPARTMENT :Z;y  ZZ Interest allowed: Oh''deposits. ��� FnKont rate  itfaa6vec.cotit.rxxyx--.;X::xyixyXi:xxyy.:..x<,'  y::yyy<&mg&#y.ho^yyY;  x-y.i y-;-yxy,-x^x'Ma^^^Mi^a'^lauc^Z7  GF  iG^_3_T^L3D^J  Capita*.<paidup)si-f$2)600.00Q  -Res-.??.--.- ���-..' ~Y-:YYYfi$1,850,000  *.'  .*,-���. ..*... ,'y   ���������-1 .  :  * * *   .'���*,*    * *    y-i .-  *��� ...  :���:.   . i.  -.-'  ���Xn_'-/!.i-rri'Xr.-.-:-    '     .'' f-   - ^ . , '   '      Wi'      ' X X X * " ;*.;*V    *\ \  '���������:HEAD  OFFIOE.-TORONTO, ONTARIO.   ;���  Branches In Northwest Territories;. Provinces of  British Columbia, Manitoba; Ontario and Qacbe&-  Hi S-��HOWIiAND;..--_....-.:���-.-il.AalPresidontl  V. It. WILKU-........ ;'....... General Manaeor.  ���i.B.-HAY; A���:. i ;>.;...'v." '��� ���;.;.��� ���*****��� ..'.'.���.Ihspe.tot'.  rp'p~w*a_u_^  ���i/A,general banking business transacted.-V*.-/.-.-:  '-: Savings .Department,���Deposits ��� received'and  -- inter*, tallow'ed. ���"'-. -\y;;'. r'5J *..-;- y_ :< :>X'x.X: yr, yyy:  ���_:'��� Drafts sold; available;.-in all parts of Canada,.;  -United.Statos and _��ur6pe;..J.l:vv-,> ,>!<-.' ... ,y  ':������ Special attention given to. coycctlohs."/;* yy.  ^^iXMM^^iiMmmz  :;!'.'..*-.*tf*St��..*'_  K^RS  ii  SLOCAN CITY���The I&tor Men sent  '���a i epi oscntative to Kaslo last week to  |% place a big tu<.get ol names^n the pro-  |.   vinc_al vc.eis' list! Many naturalization  papers aie boirg taken out  SLOCAN CITY���The ore snipmerts  from the mines in this ii-ighLoihooi  for the aveek woie Ailmgton 230 tons,  Enterprise 20, Black Pi nice 30, Bond  holder 3, Hamntoi. 6 Total 289 ton-,  valued at ?21,675  SLOCAN   CITY���Dr.   Pour   Jias   re-  ,   ceivcct ri   e^as^ve aiiM.er from the O**-  " tawa  go.erimifnt upor   the icsolutirn  passed\by the local L.beials calling for  the enloiCLinent of tiie Alien L.ilioi Act  at Rorslarid *.  TROU1 LAKE���On Satuiday, October 19lh at (he Methodist rai sonar*1  nt Trout Lake, by the Re. William S  J Greei, H Godtoo was,united in the  bonds of matrimony to" Miss Edith Jowett ' Tho coLtiact* lg ra'ties are both  well known and-highly respected in the  Lardtau    > ���  ' 1ROUT I-AKE���Wcrk^ on the Beatrice is&m_ knife impellent pi ogress On  Wednesday last Hany Anderson  brought down feme flue specimens  fiom a stuke of giey'coppei ore made  a few drjs sgo It is not expected, so  we aio mlcimcd by one ot the owneis,  that theie will be blnpmei.ls of any ex  tent befoie next .''mraei.  CRANEROOK���TLe-^renld sa>s   Mr  Lumsden, cluoi of the. field vclt foi the  'C--P.  R,   has  ietui ned  from   the  St  Mark's valley, whero he has b.en iuu-  % mug ra  pichminai>   line  from .Marysville.  The loute was  surveyed" as far  ' as the ui-pev end of St Mary's lake and  the grad.. was - atisfactoiy in overy re  spect   In all piobalility the-e 'will  o<>  *, nothme moie done this season, as IU  Lumsdei    hd*  'somo - other   important  woik,to"'which he rmst gi\e his imme-  diatv> attention l   .THE RETIRiNCOF BULLER  A ) ^   J , ,    \< �� ._.     -  I . }-  Eeseiited by Government Opponents  LONDON, October 25���Th-? leadeis of  the liberal organization deny that any  meeting of the Liberals has been "called,  as cabled to- the United Stites - by a  news agency, to considei the advisability of issuing a manifesto, to the countiy calling on tho go-vc-mmr-nt to resign  or call a epecial session ot parlic-meii.  to discus., the Boer war the dismissal  of general Buller and other matteis It  is generally consideicd that the issuing  of anv Libe'al manifesto wovld meiely  be taking a leaf ou^oi lord Kitchener'"  noclamauon book, and would be attended by about the same result Au  appeal to the government to call an  o_.tia session of parliament would meiely cause/ amusement Su Henry Camp-  ���-bell Bannrrmanr^Mi.=���-.Afquith��� ar.<l���s i  William Vernon Hai court are too old  pailiamf-ntauans to employ anv such  futile means in attempting to achieve  their ends 4s for stirring up an agitation upon the subject of geneial Bul-  loi, it is undeniable mat the Liboial  3e<_d_i&, in common> with the mnjoiitv  ���of the'sober minded public and most of  lhe aimy of creditors," believe that the  war   offlco   acted  couectlv  in  rotiiuig  ,v general   Buller,   though   th'fc rdoes  not  preven   cnticKrr   ol  tbaL"��nicei's pre  -vious aprointrecnt- to the command of  tho First Aimy Con.s. *  *  Thp  pffoits made bv several  of th.��  London-daily  newspapci"  to  create n  < feeling in geneial Buller's favor arc  patently duo to the desire to make party  , capital, as these papers previous to the  action of the war office could scarcely  say anything bad enoguh about tho  goneral, for whom they have now taken  . np the cudgel Th.y have succeeded,  however, m woiking up a certain  amount of popular enthusiasm which  linds vent in music hall demonstrations  wherever general Buller's name is  mentioned A great meeting of sympathy,in Hyde park is now under consideration and there is talk of the pre-  - sentation to the general of a sword of  nonor as a national tribute. In the west  of England, where general Buller'.  home is situated, the feeling runs high  Frequent meetings have been held to  denounce the government's action.  " K repiesontative oi the Associated  -pre^s leains that general Buller, first of  -nil .after delivering the speech at the  l mclM on given bv the Queen's Wos_-  mmster Rifle Volunteers at their head  Seen m Wc-tmuw-w to those of the  lo-^Snt who J^ad <akcn pait in the wai  n Smith Africa, wh'ch resulted in hid  retirement, received a peison*. lettoi  fiom king Brtwarrl chsapp/oving of hi  "t����ance.- and cl^ailv mtimafuig tha  his majesty would be riad if general  Tiuller would lesign '1'hon the scue-  taiy of wai Mr Broderick, aumtnoni'd  .-cuei-il Buller and point ��� blank de  manded his resignation, ft v/as a  storms interview, ending m ?enew  Buller's flat relu��al to lesign It is said  (hat the general didn't even believe that  the war office -.oull ������enture to reti.o  "him -^ftei an interview Mr. Broderick  went straight to king Edward ln Scot-  Jai d and the result of his visit was the  siction which has now so stirred up th��3  ���(Country.  VERNON���Mrs P Burns and hep  brother Finnic Elhb uf Peuticton, Aveie  in town' this \a eel. Mi s Burnes left on  Monday fer Ler new home at Calgary.  CRANBKOOK���Halifax Hell, who has  been second _n cournand of <the C P. R.  sm\ey up the St ,Mary's river, was in.  town Tuebday on hi.-, way to Nelson.  ROSPIAND-Richaid Marsh, assayer.s  has at his office a flro specimen ot an-  timonial lead, tlie prodvet ofra Lower  Auow lake pioperty T2��e sample cai-  nes close to 40 pei cent antimony, and  ore of this quality will net from' ?30 tc  $10 at the smeltei s. /  FORT STEELE���DaVid Griffith,, the  Wild Hoise rionoei, reporis woik'pro  gressmg on the Wild Horse placers in  a most sati&-fatoi~y manner, ami says the  output for tais _e_.-on will be far,moie  than for n any seasons past -     **���.,-    '  TOBACCO PLAIKS���Jf^ Tlnllips re-  poits a\m. gnificent yielded"fruit fionu  his ranch this year tie' ^ay^ that th.  bmldine; of the >Crow's Nest Southern  railway is creating a home market for  all kinds of pioduce froni the Tobacco  Plains cour.tiy ^ -v..-''  ROSSLAND���The Velvet ^mine" Will'  ship extensively duiing,the .approaching winter A contiact foi teaming the^  output of the mm3 fiom the working  to'a siding on the Red Mountain*laU t  vaj, live miles cuttant, h_s teen let tol  John F Liueburg of the Le Roi stablas  heie.x      el .        '��� * *    i -r, *   -"  ' 'CRANBROOK���There .eems'to be an  mciea&ins demand-.-in Cranbiook for  hoi-ses ard vacant looms ���Tlns is ample  svidence of.the fact tnafCianbiook is  lccoo-nized at thp1 icsidential-city of  Soutneast Kootenay 'Many, men ha\e  theii'homes here who are engaged in^  business at yai.ous^-pomts-m the, dis-'  trict.       \    - A ,  -> in rsrJr  monthly^ busi!  M f,,^��^*Jid  SLOCAN j CITY���The  ness at the aepot i" averagmg ahead of  last year's high ���>'water inark and the  prospect for the jvinter months is very  blight f (  MICHEL���Brc-^ckenridge & Lund, the  extensive cont) actqis^ who have done a  ���vast amount of worlc betweenf Elljo and  Feinie the p.st yeai, have secured a  large contract or the Crow's Nest Southern road "Thev will use a steam {shovel  on a large portion of the work, as it is  impossible to secure t ie necessary num'-  bcrf of men. *,' *��� .����tii ,f '  ' ST EFGENE MISSION���The'St. Eu'  gone^hospital is now filjed^nearly to it��,  limit and the need^of additional|quart-  eis is. being impiesjjed'upon] the management in "n most emphatic manner,.  Patients have been*'recei-ved in the last  ten days fibnTalV parts of the district  and"therpopulaiity\ ol tne institution is  increasing. _ ^ i !  ROSSLAND ��� Ex-aldorman    Hector  .Macphersdn.fwho. nas.been^a resident of  "the Biardon dihtrict of Manitoba for the  last eight i-mou^hs1; gives/some mterestr  mg figures 'as to vtho success he has met  -with Jsmce'remo\ing to "the5 prairie province   Up  haiveS-led   13;000  bushels  of  wheat^this tall and*-got-10,000?threshed,  before; a drop of lain fell, the halance  rem&iLing m tho shocks rending thresh.-  ing iThis is as good as'inimng/   ,;   t > ������  \ MARYSVTL1E��� c! a. Early, of the  firm of Early Bro-*- , who���\ire. making  'brick for th'e Maiysvilie smelter,' bioko  the lecord foi quick wor_c(iujsecurmg  repairs for, ar-.euginp-^The main shalt  was * broken and it-wasVnecessarv to  serd to Philadelphia /for a new-on-..  Within eight days fio_n the'tnne the accident* occurred,'he'had the new piece  of machinery dumped oflJtluM tram at  Marysville'^   " "       -,"*-       ,^ ,  wmmmmm^m^m^immmZmmjm   ���    ������' <^r'-i^'..-.^^,f^.-^:-\^7.^^^x^yiyyyyi^il  " '"    " " ~ "   KtoSSlSif^^i  -vs>'��;ci*,*;i5>.**s*i*iiStgs.9  _'���  I  ,'    , "_  A SOREY OUTLOOK .;    ^     ���  -v  ��� '    *        ^      -^  I have read your persistent effoi ts 'to  thrash out eveiy phase of Asiatic immigration to this province You, and  your fellow wi iters on that^ubject have  ceitamly loft no side of the evil Hin-  touched upon Yet what avails it? Tho  employeis ol'thesc yellow*-docile helots  daily inci ease^ the number in then employ, in fact in many empiovinents  whcrevei a'n Asiatic can be placed you  ai e sui e to find one  Never m* the history of nations was  mankind so um.eisally besotted with  tho lust of gam as now. Pulpits have increased in the land, pur,spiritual guides  aie without number, but with all thonv  influence the keen lust afcei riches at  whatever cost increas\._i as the decades  pass away. " *��� '  Cannot the conscierces of the employers be appealed tov Must their love_of  Mammon override eveiy considei ation ot  love of countiy and their tellow white  settleis.~"Lil-e~the placer miner who  makes a barren desolation of every  mountain glen where gold is found, are  not these men depleting the resources  of the laud, the nver and the mountain  with the smallest posible icturn to the  piovince, so that in a generation or two  the ./hole province will he stripped of Its  lesourccs and like a dcseited mining  camp Ichabod will be written on the faco  of .the whole land  Considering that the resources of our  province pay so abundantlyfor development, considei ing, too, that vast areas  of our tinibei and coal land, to say nothing ot the liberal mineral giants, have  been obtained as far as the piovince is  concerned for a mere song, it seems to  mo a little short of crime to deny'to  their fellow settleis a shaio of the advantages of their development.  No' Drag the last salmon from the  nvors. Hew the last available stick of  timber from the hills ��� Make hundreds of  thousands of dollars per annum from the  coal measures. What caie we tor the  white trash, whose absolute right it is to  shaie in every development of our natural heritage. Such is the song they  sing, such the transparent motive actuating each and all. Is it not, too, a fact  that if the Chinaman had been kept out  ot the piovince thousands of men who  came seeking employment could have  found it in our province' These men go  away nevei to return, for why' Because  the Chinaman devoured as a caterpillar  all that we left, when giub was scarce  and dear, but the licey-fed fossicked  where a white man must starve Now  men of the best intelligence m this Dominion are concerned to mak" it a home  for a betteiment of the conditions of  animal life,  It la rather a sorry outlook at the beginning of the twentieth cantury, that  such a question has to be laised Should  it be replied that if you have referred  to this before, why repeat it9 We can  only say that instances are so often  brought under the notice of thriving,  industrious and moral people How fu  tile their efforts, when this the richest  province (under proper conditions) of  th�� whole Dominion has its head eaten  out hy the canker worm of "erf labor  It is fast coming to this, that if these  comparatively few who want the earth,  won't do their duty as patriots, they  must be forced to do it. It is within the  province and right of our legislature to  levy a tax c���� the employer ot eyery  Asiatic in the country fa tax "ofso much  per head, 'annually, forv every ^Oriental  , employed? by them ��� Let the amount he  sufficient to offsfet .the fancied profit deprived from their^ ^emploving,, "but, this  will never be done while.woilung,men  hold up both hands to) retain as, lawmakers the arch offenders in this mat-  <ter.���"A White Working Man" in the  Victoria Outlook. "r '    / 7  ' The Statistics of Pnicifle ���  The mama for, self-ctestructioWis^on  the increase.' Life cutainly presents,1 in  most' countries, many more- agiceablc  -features than'it' did a generation agot-Yet  the desire to "abandon rtjncreases yearly."  tThe total number of suicides is swelling  enormously* Is it because of the greater  prevalence of neivous diseases' -"-An  English'alienist, Dr Styles, has been"at  some pains to investigate 'this^ subject,  with wholly discouraging results'" The,  btory ot nis discovenes may best be ex-.  "prelTsed_in_hgui os: "       ���������=��� -. -_. -.  Some'foity years ago the avoiage num-,  ber of suicides was, m Sweden, one to|  eveiy 92,000 inhabitants, m Russia ono^  to every 35,000 inhabitants, In the United*  States one to every 15,000 inhabitants,!  and in gi cat cities, like London'andVSt J  Petersburg, one to every 21,000 mhahi-  tants It is plain that we made a dismal;  showing even then '  In France, chosen for illustration be--*  cause It offeis the most stiitling revela-l  tions Dr Styles found for every 100,--  000 inhabitants, during the years 1841 to*  1S45, 9 suicides, fiom 1816 to 1850, 10'  suicides, from 18G1 to,lS70, 13 suicides,'  fiom 1871 to 1875, 15 suicides, fiom 1876'  to 1880, 17 suicides, in xooa, 21 suicides, j  in 1893, 22, ana in 1894, 26 ' !  From 1826 to 1S90 the proportion of  suicides in Bclguim has augmented 72  per cent, in Piussia, 411 per cent, in  Austiia, 238 por cent, in Sweden and  Denmark, 72 per cent, and 25 per cent  i eepectively, and in France, 318 per cent.  ������V'S.*}. It.'f!:<3 iiiHii ���-.'���_A";.' -iZ- 7' 7-xZ:.-xxZ-rx^^yrx-.x^yy7. _ *  .,"    -*���'     "^"C^*,  m% RXG.HT NOW.' w  y<  Wi&M^^iUi:Ylm^g��l^  '*��_�����_��'���&__���_  ^ma':rx4i^m  . _.-...*._��� .-���v^r,-i-^-_.vs..-  edited. - -*   ���    ' K  ' f     - -  '^if|yb^ Tea Set call at Jacob Dover's store  ���^dr<^.'Sterlip'g(:iyLinicure Setfwrite to Dover's jewelry store.  ^'Pc)r-firi^t^Giit;Glas3 go'to Jacob Dover's.   "7       ^"*  ��F6r rKarnvKaiif. sY^7 Jacob i Dover. *  *^iaD[bV-_ia_ups|^d^Ooyx Tables can be bought at.iny store.  i^oi^EiS^eder^and^ Wilton 'Sewing Machine, at Dovet's  spbiyou n^dvj^ice|Mantle"' Olock?   Call at Dover's ptoie.  sEofeDiamoi.^ Stones we are the headquarter?.  :;K Diamonds, ask for thorn at-Dover's...  ^-::lSinyite!ife6i0bnl_<.iand all, to do business witli> me,  as'  S-**j-f���*."'.--;**jW,-.;-', '7..**'';r-\,,l--i'7iiiF'-'fZ'':7i\:T't*$ ���  * * ~\ ���  >%llMy^i^da#t-^eSiguara__-te6d./    -, ' ,.    -  ^ -������ i-     .    ~ l  i�� .     'i   " *   ".��� f  Rr The Jewelef?  Returning Steamers Oxrercrowded., \  j PORT" TOWNSEND," October 24.���Th4  <steamer . Portland ^ arirved�� here   this  morning ^bringing  B20  passengers" ahd  three tons bf gold, most of which earcJ!)  dcwn/the'^Yukon/to St   Michael.** Pas j  Efengers arriving^report^that winter has  practicallyfset.��in. and that lceihas^ber  gan-to form along, the shore at'St. Mich-*-  fael. Tha passenger^carrymg capacity, of  ,the steamers due .to sail 'from NoineMs  not nearly, equal to the demand.  ���,>..;  .rpALJL^L^NTING,  7) r i i yiz-i \ s       .  -   ''.WINTER^   'f  :<3 OMD2E8A3ST75&V*  OFFICE: BAKER STREET, WEST, NEL^Ofi, B. C,  ih  V  J.  I, B. C. -���* % [TELEPH0J.E JiO, ,219.i;P. 0. BOX'688.-/ ��  IVjARBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRICl^ AND LIIVjE . . . .  J -J���/1.  n)1  J&r  -it<j r   /  _ - y ivt. yx  -.-��� *"j y  '"rJv. .^-s-.yAND"  f 'SPRING  i v^v  ��� I  i  J^-  r 'j..  -     'yt{ >u_>\f ^s        t  CANADA DUUG & BOOK GO.  .    ' - i. .     . i -.���  tK..T.'r.ffl(iotj  rom-.rWar'l Mirl BjkorBts;  ' ��*-.����� ******* '*** ***** * ****s,  ^���u   *>&.'*? y fist    i    . ,    . 7^  T* 'T .*^t <        '    1   -v  l    "I fl -     ' _  .5^., rv *.   -,.y     -',. .^ -,-  ff's. MADDEk.1 Bi-bos: '  KELSON/  I TOBACCO   /LND,^CIGAR ?  i.'  merchants! '.  ,t      I ���> ' I  /  ******** ****************''*���  .*-  1,)  BAKER   STKEET, ,NE__SON.  Lighted by Electricity_ancl Heat-l  pd"with HolTAir.  ^  VI    /  , I      *J  Large comfortable  bedrooms and flrst-  class dining room  Sample rooms for com- !  merclal men. _   ' '  RATES S2 PER DAY  t r The   Mansfield;f [ Manufacturing! Company^  \j***_   *    *   A  ^*_ t_Xu�� *\r ^ \  ~Vt _ . ��._  if**-  tRDinSlr BY^ IW/SIL��i4TTE��DED>tT0 , RROMRTCY  YiJirYti  h  _*'!��  - r^t/iT    _  Jrf    '.I-  001VC^P^L.J&T3:  ^OFFICf^BAKEil.STIJEET WEST, JJEISC^, B.]C_  1 f r~ ���*  .-    i  iitav^iwil'm.  P. 0. BOX 688.  J8Jrs.. E. 0. Gla^-K-B) -Prop.;  "Late(Of ithe Royal Hotel. Calgary  i  Imperial t|otel^6lsor(  ! I   . >  1        (Formerly kuow n as tho SiUu 3_inj,)  IF BROW-NgSOL D IT IT'S GOOD) *  A home is not home-like  without; a good mantfel  clock.  We have a variety, of lhe  most beautiful patterns at  prices that will surpriseyou.  A fine 8 day 1-2 hour  strike with ornament for  $12.  BROWN BROS  Opticians and Jeweler..  B -KER SI REET NfcLSON  IF BROWN SAIO SO IT'S RIGHT  I    This hotel,'in the con I ml part nf Iho city, bas  been entirely rcnoialcd nnd impro.cd.  1 The commodious b.it is auiipliud .nili all the  best biantl. of liquoi_, vnnoa and. ufjais und is  under tho pergonal mixnagomcnt of Mr. J O.  Nuismith. ,      , '  * Thodining'rooiuand lCoUuirantntc conducted  on tho J'_lirope m ])1 in, ,ind theso, and the hotel  nccolumodation ate under tho management of  Mis Gorman, whoso large o\i-oricnce w a guai  antcc of tho comfort. of tlio hotel  rr  TREMONT HOU!  ouss  Baker and Ward  Streets, Nelson.  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one management r since 1.90  The bed-room�� 'im -well furnished and  lighted by electncit>. '  The bar Is always stueneo Dy the best  domestic and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN, Proprietor.  HOTEL   ROSSLAND,  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street Best dollar a day  house ln town. House and furniture new  and 'first class in every respect. Lighted  by' gas. Room and board $5 to $6 per  week. No Chinese employed "here.>  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN. Proprietor.  SLOOANciUf.OT.0fS. HOTEL  X H. McMANUS, Manager.  ' Bar stocked .with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Bejer on flraufcht Large  i cosntoiiat-le'rooins. First clam ___._�� DoAra  .821 TO 331 BAKER STRKET, NELSON  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 26 Cents to Si  AMEFtlCAfi AND EUROPEAN  -1_��� _k_-__. piL_N_e__-_i__t_3  urns  Head Oppicb at  NELSON/B O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at Nolson, BoiO-ind, Trn.il, Kaslo, Ymir, S'mJon, SHvortina, N-v  Denver, Revelstoke, Fergu-um Oram. Forks, Greenwood, Caso-Hfle City, MiiJ  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Fonv3rd��*>*."  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  .\Vn0ir:S>l_K AND ItKTAIIj  F!SH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  ISJmSS '    E- c- TRAVES, Manager  OI.DEK3 BY MAILIKECKTVE PROMPT'ATfECNTION.  impro\cmciit8, ortheas_cbHertou.ui.iei ol lands ^  within tno iuuincinaliU ,-  - "Wholsaiesident   **  "'and-is tho holder  J' mumcipahtj, oi .     .  KZ"\v}i0��� irtUl houjchoiaor*-within .tho munici-'';,^!.'^-'  ���^ilitj --   ��� _?���'.,.__-___  s.vino tnno.a tUvtu'.ory,(lcol.ir_.tion Yn'tho loim -''j'jsS  pioviddd oj Uiobtntuie      ,    \    - f       j^s-As%��  ���,/-lsK.SrHACITAN, Cit> Cleric/t.   A'^TWi  ,   XclsonBC   Oclobu lSth, l<Xll.       >       -      -%   *~ vt   .  *      ���" -n-L*   -nrL  1T0TI0E TO DELINQUENT 00-0WNEE^;^|  To John J. lleAnclrews Aor lo any persoa r  "���*�� *K^  or i>er-.ons to, whom he may have Ud.as-S;     -. ��3$  fened his*-lnteiest'ln the Black Diimoncl    '-<inm  mineral claim,: situate on the nonh bide   . '?,<M  of  Bear  creek,   about  three  miless  from      ���>. iKS,  the town ol 'Vniir, lying south of and ad- ,-l^^J^  joining*1 the Bwrniiff Star< mlnernl claim. y��� -'.yM  Nelson.minlng-.Uivision of West Kootenay;"--_ ^���ij^'  dlstilct,   and   reioided  in  the  recorders    ..vw.  -7-^offlce-lor4the-Nuloon*fmlniiiff-dlvibion^=���.  You and oach ol  you are hereby notified'  that  I  ha.c  e^pf-ne'ed   two  hundred   and  tv/elvev, dollni .     and     twenty-five     cent��<  ($'12 25)   in  ..ibor  and  linpio\oments  upon  tlie above muiitlciied mineral claim in order  to ho'd suif-.-mliiei.il claim undei   the pio-i  \lslons oC tiie Mineial Act, and if within. ,  ninety day> from  the date of this notice  jou  tall ui   i*fusL  to contribute your portion of all such expenditures together with,  all  costb ol  advjrllMng   >our interests in  the said  cl ilms will  becomo tho property ���  of the subscriber undei section 4 of un act'  entitled,   "An  Act  to  Amend  the  Mineral,  Acl. 1900 ' JOHN DEAN  mtr-d ut Nel&on this Uth day of September. 1901  ���  -- ��� j  NOTICE.  NOTICE is Iiciob. bIvcii tliit ��c intcnil to  iipulj at tbe next Ml tniK of lhe Hoard of Licence  Commissioner, foi tho t it} of NelHOti, to bo held,  nftcr thec.piratibn of tliirtj dnjs from tlio date  lieu of, foi u Iran .'a of the retail liqiint licence  np\% liuld bj u_ for the pri!iiu��tH known ns tbo  'Glue I'ot' firtloon, Mtuate on Vcinon st'eot in  the til j <f ischoniiiHl on lliu weht half of kit 4.  I lock 2 Mibrtl. i .ion of lot 9.0 kioiip i. ��� nulun.iy  l)i- tuot, to W nii.tin A Council of tin ..lid t.tjof  Nolson  Dated at Nelson this .c\<nlh da-, cf Oii(iCr  1'X 1 WALMSLBY & DOW1 �����*,*���-  WirNKSs- R C   DiMbON  NOTICE.  NOTTPK! Im lirrebj mien thnt 1 intend to apply  ar llio next-'il tin), of Uio .inurd of lacmno Coin-  ni t_K>PtrH for ihe Ctr* of vol. on to be held  after thn c\pir'it on of limit diij- from tho dale  her.itf fo-a Iran, for of Iho >et��il 1 qu-"n licenco  rov. held bv mc tor the pic mi..s .ti.mio on lot  1 bUck li, Uaker street, . o'-on. Rid known as  i In* ' M' abusci"si-luon, to No mini T. M��pipod,  of^(l-���oll 1". J. UUSSfcLL.  Willll'RH:   Ja .   (VSlIKX.  1) tii fl t  i-j 27 b (Ky oi Septomher, Wl,  NOTIOE.  ���VVehcg'o mlifv tlio merelmnt. and bntinen  mon of tv-el-im li nt ��e huve pmchnhtd Iho busi  n -.. and k'Hh' ��i 1 of tho Pnc'llo Tinni-fer Com-  pitnv, which It is onr Into tion of 'in orporatine  vith the liu-'ino-i'- of iho \��lsin b'roighling &  Jiiiiihfer l onipvnt, vo unmln jours  It II  WILLIAM*.  ' Mmiupri r Ni Im ii V Sr T. Co  0ERTIPI0ATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  NO'llCl.  ��� MOJNUM__-.T      MJ-NidUAJ-t  claini, sliuatu in the JSt laoii mining Uivla-  iuii  ui   Wc l  Kootenay  dibirici    Wncie located. At the head of Grotnnuu cieeK un  oruliman   iiiouuiiln     .nXe   notice   that   l,  J   M   McGitgor, iictln?   is aeenc for Ste\e  Mnvkklns     fr.'p    mine?        cerliflcatu    No..  b.(.,.S5   and  i.o  is btrnn     fiee miners cer-  tllicute No   bf? _.'   InU i  the dito hereof   lo npp  corder  for a  cortttieuu  for the purpose of obla  thnt action under aortli  that action. und.<! sect I  mt'iu-ed   b-fftre   the  l.r  UHoat�� of Improverm r  ,V  iJuiLl-t.-iwi Uth. d*-.  ylxt.v days liono  the mining re-  ~lmpro\ ements.  ' a crown grant  must br eorr*.  7, must be com-  '.   ot. such  cer>  ���M    MK-.RP')OB, Mk  ��� ,_>  THE NELSON  TRIBUNE,  SATURDAY   MORNING.,  OCTOBER'26, 1901  A.  J^*****************************************************.  WATERS  r-  j. _  _k*;-  ��  ��_>  li.  Ml  Mr  Mr  Mi  'Mi  Mi  Ml  tt.  tb  Mr  tb  Mi  _-  -Ml  "Mr  Mi  tb  Ml  Mi  ��� xi,  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  \li  There aie a great many kinds of waters, but those  we wish to call your attention to particularly at  present are our  TOILET AND FLORIDA WATERS  A necessity for bath and toilet.  FROM 25 CENTS UP.  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  ^.���3*-. *** *************** *** ***************************??  ���__  -- >/���  V  Fop  oys  r- ��� * /  \fr   v  r/ r-  r4 ,ri,  ;x__-"  Af-*"!**-       *��  Having added to my stock a large  range of Youth's Boy's and Children's  clothing, I am now prepared to" offer  to the public the best variety of these  goods ever shown in Nelson.  Everything Is new and up-to-date  and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers will "do well to  examine my stock and get prices before  purchasing elsewher. ,."       ,'  V  th-77*  m^?i���u>  '���fc   __**     *  217 and 219  Baker Street  J. A. GILKER  ����������  _____L����__fi____^_S_: -____��.  MF  -Jw*' -'  "A*"-.-.',.  I-__feS_>!'_:ri;^;. -*  f IT PAYS P CALL OtgJS J  ��  -      * i--> t       f       J  -**-,-   _        ' ��.,-*.��V4*- v, ��      ��� (������'���  WHErillYOU'WANT/ANYTHING/lN''^''V S  .' -__!__:��� ,J_r^- ^j^ii^^^-*^^^*^��- ������ #f%  9 "___P-___\._���'��_���&-/���-. .dhkb#|-&w  OITT AND DISTRICT.  Thercrwas a small fire at the Le Roi  mine at Rossland last night.  The oyster and lunch parlors of The  Palm, in the* K. W. C. block on Ward  street, will be re-opened on Monday.  Certificates of work were issued to  John Lindsay, on the Forest Belle,  George H. Keefer, on the Kaki; and to  William Moore on the Caledonia.  Weather permitting, the members of  the local militia company will havo  Maxim gun practice at the rifle rangas.  Tho practice is to take place-about 2  o'clock.  A meeting of No. 2 company R. M. R.  will be held in the armory on Monday  evening for the purpose of arranging  for the annual shoot of the company.  The meeting is called for 8 o'clock and  a full attendance of members is requested.  ' _______________  .   ____'_____--. ^  , R. G. MeLeod of Comaplix writes The  Tribune suggesting that- a fund be  raised for the widow'of Charles Young,'  who was drowned' whilo the steamer  Kokanee was making a landing at Pilot  Bay. He" starts > tho fund, with a subscription of $10. <J  The difficulty at the city wharf was  overcome yesterday so that there will  be no further trouble'with respect to the  teaming of goods to and from the  steamers. The work that has been authorized so far upon the wharf will bring  the cost up to about ?1000.' *\  .A heckey.match is to be played at thes  skating n-ink '.this evening* between a'  team composed of the bankers ot the  city and a team, made up of-the other  1 hockey players of- the*''city. The game  will be an adaptation* of the old time  shmney, which is paid to he very mucn  .in'vogue on the'Coast at present.  _ 0        -- t       ��� ( t  '. Business, on' the ,��Uocari> .river 'branch  of the Canadian1 p��>cciflc���is picking mp  steadily, there .being considerable ore  moving ^from the^'properties along Slocan, lake* to the smelters at Nelson and  Trail. Th- Arlington'mine. ist'the heav-  iest^hipper in,the sectio'n,Vser.dingrtwo  ..carsVa.day^^  ,pi_it|-&m<--Tb^  vpaiirsVcli^  BIG BILL GALLIHER HAS  MANY PEOPLE.  UNDER HIS   POLITICAL PROTECTION-POPULATION BY  RIDINGS.  OTTAWA, vOtitobor   25-��� [Special i. to;  The Tribune.]--A representative of ;The  Tribune ^wa_^fgiven;:;tlie fpllpwing*^  sus returns^today: They^re complete as:  received -at/j^^censusi b^  ulation' of ,;^al$CarI^  districts :'aZn^Zrmngs7iBym>:rYYY'  , EA ST^KOOTENAY.;^liraic T;  North  ridl^':^'^  South ridingjvZx7pt..yyyZ  Total YYiY-YfYYYzfYY  ;. ;y5,9Ga^  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B. C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.CJ  H. BYERS & GO.  TO SPORTSMEN: " '  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever received]  n Kootenay. Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles. Winchester Smokeless andj  Savage Carbines. Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt' Automatic Pistol, unequaledj  for simplicity, accuracy and effect. *  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  x.y   Blowers,   Exhausters, ,,H  ��;���_��� ���.;'������'��� ��� ���."���"���,��� iZ*\i *���'���;���'_ ���__���_���''���.;.._'_ (t\j\){)  WES^iKOOTBN^  Revelstoki_-$riding?V;'v^i>l^'ii:   Slocan ridingi:;';^;";'te^:*;'vV-^  Nelson rldihgxxyiZyZZ.y/Tir-:: ;c7;lo:_:  Rossland i;riding'c(estimated)| 7 Zy 7,603"  ,s:;3.003'  5;32-t  'TotaL  iasYAJ-iECODISTRIGT;--!  ,;f23;023  Rossland. ridiiig;i(e_-timated)?;7fJ:-ZviZi,00ff���;  Bast Yale^Bdiiig1^?;';'^^^:^^'- i';'v4.930;  North  Yal_.^ridi_.g.y^K;.;^^v&.,:i':_'5i837*;  West Yalei^rldinfexiyi 777Z7ZZVZZZ ;::1;*.> ? 2,949J  . Total - 777zMzrrzrrf7rrr7rzzr77\97mR::  5^d^^e\gi^tetM^in^eiidei?SSh_ll_y^  f'.-v'RAT.'nl'-i ;th'_��'/Wo _T+_i_*M.;inv_i__^  Total  -.. J    liifiLoi^^^ijisTmc  East Lill^e-^dingl^i^^'g^  West Lillobet';;ridingix-Z.'.ZiZZZi. ZrZ_  i8}716l  ffm'.  *970l  To tal^ Si^^.-^^^^^^*^^:^^S;'  '    * CARIB ^|DISTmCTSS*^iw .^  ^{fY1~'&'Yy'"'-^'-^^  %tzfm  'im  YyY  .  The press;superinten(lent of the W. C:-  ?^VKi.W*^-����vtS^^��'i**^ri',;;i*'K* ;..*���-.��� >).Awij: .!���;���"������ 'w. ._��� it ,S,  %^EIiSON|Oct(-be_.^5i^astSeeBN^  ^pn_iWM|aistedfiti^|Mrs!|^6^^^  oV/>nin "ci V/T_!vTm _a._af ,':+W___^I__,__4.��_iV.  b^f^I^OTaiittbfthe/db^e^  ;fel'%tKeoi^lipE^.ij^i_ie_5%  pelled' to, do"something however little^  +A*!i+S^5+,^*v-ij.'-^*:U_.i'*.:.-iviu*'-*fc  open  "the  ���ty:  mm  y4y.Ti_:  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  NELSON; RRITISH^pLUMB^ils.  A COMPLETE LlfiE OF CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  ~7y  '^I_a_i.er.Seai^  ; ?;r'-^ ;^  -Z'7'i:i .���������:��� ^''{^Onr-Speoial Oanadian Eye in 5s and 6s. * yy.  ^Pawspn!sPerfe6tion Scotch Whiskey-t;;'::^  :;    TJuio nOigar: s, a full rangein prices, Cards and Poker Ohips..  Agents Bruriswick--Balke (Jblli3niderB Billiard  ���^^JLtK^firieJ^^tl^e^  ^fqr.^p|Nels(^liigh|^  |t Oi|cbmpl ej-e^thiE^itbrick;' Svorltfeiiiiponif (tlie \  :fstr|u��ti^^]^^  |putf'on^th^e^.Saly^  fup|mgw$ic^tli'er-W^  four days' work for1 them: This,will en-.,  )aftl*SM**&_jSc*6n  |buildings)|so.^hWgwea<^  fwIll*^n.V-rfAr^:.yer^littlO\Swi^  1-Teatv ejilsi^nditdangersiithat'i tirria.. veryj*  :,fow* years He before .the .dear, little child-  ^re^thej^arexatipresent\ so3lveivy;j?car efui.  and anxious over. Every mother in NeI-:'  ^sonsrougEfrito i.belongitoi.this^u-i-^ysb?;  fitoatfitltey; 'ihay |be'_ advised .faifa'Vtiirec.-e<if  ���interfere.  theii;  Zeomii^etioniW:rZ)?Z7x^  ,g��A:;:_neetinglof ^he'ex^i.tive-6f,itl_e^ei-f  5Spii:;Curtii-gsCluhiiwillvhe;;^  *ihg .In^tBeVpfflce :;oif [:Npr_i_^^T>|i_[acleoa.!  '^Ke^in^ihgghaS-Sti^n^eal-ed^  mr:XyXX  ���'.X&V.V  ���'���iXr'j/i.-l  ;*-�����<  WMxiiYYY:Yz:YYYr'^  ?'||^jmd6  OBBOAiBS.Bklps. cagesi ore.bin doors,olititea and general wrought Iron work. ���; Our ore carfare  '���������".' -the beston'the market.   Write^ us for rofercnoosand full particulars.    :  ' X,:*',���  SKCOND HANDMAOHINBBYFOB SAl-B.-Ono5-foot Feltori waterwheel,width600feet, "8tolfi'  j:�� spinal riveted pipe.. One 10x5x13 outaido packed plunger sinking pump.   Rook drills,' stoping  .'^'^.lb*r8,'&o.;'_fcoi.���'-.������   ������x".y77X.-X7:-' ���"������'.������'.���'���. ',���:':>������. ��� xyx- --.,--y ������/. ;;. .;" '(;"..*���.. ��� ;��� ���' ���:,.* ���*, :'.'.���.���;;���'     '*:������*.;:,.;  YryxAO^TsYsOiRZriiKY'' PUMPS. STOCK CARRIED. ;.'���-'���  iP^O.ZZBox. 198- ;J THIRD? AVENUE,  ROSSLAND,  i'p'u^c.seVpfjtiget^^B'i-th'in^  .^the 5annual^ -rri^etihg.' Pf!,';i heAelub.'^whici^  ^^^ibewheldfd-iririg;'.i 1 hip^flrst .weekiam  |N<^mbor^T��^5;pf-ieers.:p��ithe^  j p&t^otb rancli rputvthls/W  ireprOTehtatiyesSat^'all; of/ithe-'Wgf^on-^  fspiel^;in^he/^esfc^^*^\;;!:^;':;;'^  |W'-'?(_rcy^iGhjipman.rt  j Company* ileaves |foir; Vahcpuyer 6h; Sun-j  XdaiyZ evening ��� forrthe^ ipurposevof-arrahgr;  ;ing:jfor: the lettirig:lbf the contract jfbr! a^  three story, brick bu  :-which:r',the*-flrm^has\*dedd-.d''tb\.er-��t".l-i:4  Wancbuyer'for the \be'tt-er.-handlli_gr6f'the*'  trade which it has built up oh the Coast.  With houses at Winnipeg, Nelson and  .tyan-cpuver.;-the'{firm  will  en joy- excep-'  tlonal advantages for the handling of  its growing .business. .   :f:*  ; -Archie 'Cunningham did not have to .  pay a:.fine-in-tbe police co.urt yesterday  for furious^driving. Cunningham was  'defended^ tiyAiM. Johnson, who in the  course of his -examination of the police  witnesses got it down * that Cunningham"  was !;driving-"at the rate of eight miles  an hoiiivi The ;by-1 awl-:miakes it an ;-pf-  fehse\to:-lriye at, a grf.gter.rate of speiid  than eighty��mi les an hour, and the iawT  yep-argned that\CiunIngham>was thero'  fore;���'���tot-'.driving at, a, ."gralerHrate thaii  that prescribed. It ��� was. ia close call rfor  Archie,;but he got away with it;;        : |  ithe|DpmiriiohTahd; the .United? Stat��&the-?  tEyer^sincenhey! l-eganS/thel-yliaw-stud^i:  Cie#thesyery-bestiim^hodsabffi^hichSto^,  ^wprki"fOw-uhiori^llgliia^eYt^  ?^!t*Mp;;;lpng,;'-OT^rieTCe^S6*"l^  mother in Nelson come forward and join  ."SW.B-^s^earhho^tb/pro      ;the:ilittle-i  ynnbeentsyuhder- f their?^hai^MSNextB  lMonda^f28th/rOct-.ber;fw  fpi clocks ;ih!j'the:-. pari ors^;ol Sthevfl jaaptist^  church, and hope the ladles of-Ne'lson  ���iWil^iS-h-iO'W such interestvthatZW(_"will iindJ:  ^thesrppm^tbp; small;i:td: .holdS us', Jahd ? so'  i*_U require to*finiiisiZlarger plac���_.forfbiin*  ::*_neetih^;;:f,-:,;.r;''v;i!4Ki'Xp$^,^fc  ��-!;���'  IW'ZiZ  pi  Ml:  lis  Mil  $mr  &.  Wm  itS'K-J'^fii.'  W^iS-?:  ?��t_*_T-  m i; :7yi$-& r'iiyyxyMymifyyy^y^yy-yxxm. yxx-y ���:������-. yy 7y:yyx.  Clothing advertised as being sold cheap, when  ���Vr the  material   and   workmanship aj^e likowise  |llii_.li��^ei||ti>ll  siGarmetitsiiwitli  'M^��� ' '   y  ~j.Ji-  trimmings, a perfect fit,  Ti, ���  ___ *i ��� ��^i  ^7  *i%'ri n;fJ;> zsfl'PfVi m '_B___ri_A_'#_��^iBI V* l____ff __R__ *_&���' On I _Rk $?:  *tfJ.'_i��J  ^mW!mmM0iMS$  ^iiiPK"  REGISTEREO  iiZyfy  |p|gp|^-^f��^^  ;'.gws'..  y~i  '::xr^'-:V7'.rrxZ^y.iiXi,  --im  MS  mi  _-.;;v,-:-j  r-r  IIP  i7mi  &3M  fiOINiOUlllFlIBUSINESS  .Our next auction salo will be held at 8 o'.lccK onj  :ZzVz>ZV  &$_K  >-. fis  Jjg|^s|iJvint-^^-^slhg:;my^  ���ife^d^ pf S)a1s^onttfi all^pds^wiiKl- el  ; sold;;'a^piriyate ��� ��� salei;r rega.rd_ess??of. cost; J  i&.BlacTfe^  ^.���'���.-���:���^^���:*���;|������-������^',-���^-..-���.;-������.������.���,i_���^.^���p^l>J���v,���i���.���^;-,,;���rv������-lf;^���'��^��� -.*!?. ' _����������]  <price;i75^ce_its;;;npw.i45vc^  ;;vBlE^c_.5&al_^o6l*i^ashnier^^  -*-",*-.*.-.:.*:-.���.r.,...*^..-.*!,'..**^,.:,,^.:-:*^-^!^^ >-^*. ,^,  ,**.*���-', i,?'^.-^V.-; )v_P;,-..-0,-..fl  :;Price".;5ff|cen<3^;'nb^  j��'!$ely eteens; J*ir egiilar '*_ipi_ic<i |i7E. Ifcen ts j  ^o^qj^t^E||||^  I^JIiadies^iinen'!^  |2p;xe^s)|^w|l2^Jc^  7j$katties^^  ;-?l|o^b^f?W^||||l^^^  g^EadiesJ.;?clpth'|^ac^  ''Br^i^'coiorsi^lCorteceW  " " '"' ''&l&~��-&&?&-i.V-^^  IG^.o^W^hoc^Stbs'  ';#?���  y;The best in the market, iri 1-2  pound arid 1 pound packages.  Telephone 16L  iiiro&co.  50e a Pound  GJROGER-- -_-_N-biPROVlS_dN "DEAT-RRS. Houston Block. Baker Street.  liiTBDB BI-.P-SB'Sr DJBPABTME_NT OF1  THE TfllBUNE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED,  Yy:YY:mkm^Bio(^ otuubom;'** vi,;*'  /X7UX:::;:i'.iHyXyir':XX7'\X':-yx'. y~'���-������������'    .*' -'���-.:'..-'v-i*''.',.  K*?n_ii^n!����st;:*^'��^tr*rTT~"^   ..*. -! '���-. ~    .^~rt~:    .-,,  vBOOK BINDING  SPECIAL RULED BLANK BOOKS  SPECIAL RULED FORMS  Nothing; new. has developed with ire.  spect.to.the tangle in wlilchSthe Athii-  basca;;has;got;'lntov although?i;word of  a  settlement, is;^-.idai'ly expected"at*'the.  property. From a. reliable source' it has  been learned that there is'a breach be_'  .tween the. Canadian and English share.'  holders iii ..the company over^ the reor7;  gariizatibri.'lt;is:said the -English'share-,/  holders   are   desirous   01   reorganizing  with a S-ibstaritialVassessment upon, tlie  coinjoany  stock. ��� The   Canadian   shareholders are represented as opposed 'to  this  course and  as anxious to ��� secure  the control  of, the property from the  English  shareholders.  Until these  dit-  ferences /are  adjusted   it  is  said  that  nothing is; likely tol uappen with  respect ..to  the!'���'��� deals- which   have   been  ponding   between   the   Athabasca   and  Venus and Exchequer companies. "; ���  TORONTO, October 25.���The - condition of W. E. H. Maasey * improved so  much in the last few* hours that the  doctare are hopeful ot bis recoyay.',?>".  |^*|^^riWjDairiag^-^p��  p.^p^l :;.;Smith,:';vth4|'mkn|Jarrei^^t*/  ?v*West|;iB6bspri *.: soirief ttoeViagwisby/'^rti-i  jl^^^^onstable^^llanli^  ���^ffl��F ������ tlir^t?n?n&/; suit(aigairisti? sheriff'  Tuck;,Smith considers^that-he hasva-  grievance    He   was1! arrested'^uppn-^a;  .charge 0f :Stealing a sum -pf, money from  a man named O'Brien* who has a ranch '  {near. Republic. At the tiine; of ^his arrest ���  h? ,ria<i close upon $500 .upon him, which.'  ne  claimed  to  have,; fourid  iri a  heit  Apuse^/The state authorities ? decliried to  take extradition proceedings' arid Smith  was set at liberty by judge.Forin.1 It is.  said, that the money* found'upon/Smith;  was   divided   upv between   the "United.  States ofttcer who came to Nelson !aftei.  Smith's   arrest  andH.theVlawyerB.;.who  were interested one*way>pr; another;in  his  case  after  he : was Arrested;' arid  Smith further claims .that jafter beirig  set at liberty by the 'couritycouft;judge  he> was  shanghaied: back  into/United'  States territory while he-was under:the  ;impressidri 'that he,Iwas-golrie;,to; Valri-  couver-   Smith   hbldsjythc.; sheriff vof:  South Kootenay resporisible:.for;:allfof  these  events V which /Impperied. .to . hiiri *  and  his ��money arid' his  solicitor 0 has  instructed ,?Messrs. Elliot'^i'Lieririie;" to  institute, a-variety ^ofiactions^-igairist  .him. Z:.xx'ZZ- : ���* '��� xyxZ:yyxfix-X:yx%\XX"  ^pfjsilverl^^iriglst.^^^  i'fariging^f rpin Z 59;i:- iceritsSper jounce .^.iri-''  ;' Jai-^ry-'Lt^ee. 3{cer.ts;ini/th-^last?riipntii|  Bpf;thciiyear^ho^hi(_fif&^  /^asltheip^ha-ielfor^  ,\'i^yOT__menW6f.J^^  )yiya-yfyyyi:xyky^,:h7-::".:;.i',rt^  ^;j^:J'-Te_iow!;*I^  tK;NEW|sy(ffi^  J tblthe ��� .Herald-? a&yices v^romgt^Paciflc^  Jcoast pffSouthfAi__CTica;yeHpw^  ^epid6mic;'jn'*l!;Bu  u-v?Tfie^Iinperial^C^eS;is(.^bp  ���night*as'atshprtTOTde_^Msi_au  -:fers'''''tli*e^b-��t",seKviceJ'i-i;rith^  ���:--\ ���. ��� ���:://-., ,i:..*j^*a>, '���-,:; .f.vSzjv.'. .iVii.!.,--' *i*-?>. av*vx,*'*.-.iVi1'!.'/^-  '<:. The. Inisiriess .Imeri'sltiuricli? at^t^i/imiv:  perial ;Caf6;:t-;d-ri|12it6^2y{i_(^he;*^est; iii*  I the}; cit^>I^icel;25^c^^|lft^  :TBiliflWiiSr"  VlOt;';toe^ystei��;during jrthe  ?;:?i-est^f^he':s^pri;:Will*;be at;  THEZMAim  -.�����=.'  ::_>_  .tt-'--'  :fOr;-.  -'_��-���  iibX,  f*>  m.  iMrX-.  ���ibX:  .tb.X  ���*'-.���:  :t*v  ���ibV  ���'_>/;  :*.:'.*  Wy  *;;?���  ���*i:',  :��:''���  '#rx-  :��:w'  .ibxx  mx,.  .ib--.  :mr  ���iby  :Mi;.x  ���iby  ������.<_...  iii."?:*!;-  =i_>��i  *.';,'.  .*���/:  ���__..,'-:  :��-.':���,-./���  il**:*"  Vr:;x  ibXX  'i_��*::V.  *:/'":  Mi  |^a^aa^|^aaaHWiS=-iii;  wry  Wmfr  Jii|l|psiiLl  illiii^ftir  ye,  ',���?���'-';���  MeLAUGH-  KER   ST.  7 -These^Jwell-knpwri;; Oystei-^  '' .*//:*: .'.l.tv/V'*'-*'*/- X.- X'. xXX.7:x7 ��� ������';.*: X 7  ;..arid-Lunch-Parlors will be  ���'.rerbpeied��� oil'Mbaday.   The  'service) will- be the best in:  ���'-the':cityir.'tiiy^Y',.fYy/ s  %  ***:**&*****&****i*tm*  1>W$  ?f*4if��'  zrzm  Mi-  m  ��� xr:xMii  Zxiymi  &yib<:  'zMfrMif  a_i|i  Z/iMii  yw.  *T*v;.^i'  :��'��"  UXMr:  :��;*5  .���;���*-!��������  yMr'  rxib:  ZZ-Ml:  ���yw  Jr-;/.i_:  y\b:  yi*,  :'&*:  WMi*  -'-."*������  _*?:�����:  y:m  r.ibi  ix.i��:  ,.-;'. *���.'  ���x:-ib.:  '���'",��;,  Mr  fGANO-^S;'CHOCOi^TESS$|SS&:^  MfsfiWW&'&NON&.SfrAtiGYfcZW  ^Ps^l^^iGANONG'S^FA^l^CANDiES  :��1^1^*xjanong;s!:fAn^  ^S^SsGANONXt;S;il^NCY;;GANDIES  |i|if HE||*R��pH E|BESjT|M :.  r^u.cari-J^;;t-_-a-^^-i^^  lliiiii@ir_lii��!js  ^f^zmzmvm  ,...,.^.,..........  Sf ii|DEg��A__GE*-?lijS X^X  ^SKCOGI^Cifpossesses^^e  ?v:*jtj:jau^;^^i^^��_Sifi;��S  |:||;>De:;lAage:,*pii4;&;)co.*--x*^  ^|it^(_O^G^istfmel_p^d |  ^^/ageijfi'aridwis^recpiriirie^ ,  fl  ^^lyriois^rSjtfani^foivftmedicinal^-'ijviir- ' y  ���ipur-  iTHE^lilSTILLERSMCOMpANYvSLia.,  Zyy Ediriburg; .the^largest; holders'/iriJthe  K;!:r^W-_rld:;of*/Sc^^  THEfCAtEDONIANI-IQtJE-JR^SCQTCH  ! -^/ritWhisky- is^ohe !b&;the;leaders-rrtry-it-  fAgency^forifullfstbckjattVictbria-fOE'-  ^;;:*%i#A^-:i^  ;**���*���:-'':?: ii.*^ KooferiayiRepreseritative S'.-';:\  yZZxZYzfrZYZP.Z'p.x^o^^Z^eilsonf  WABD -TR-EI'Si K;��_(i.fBl0|:_.  ASHNOLA TOWNSITE.  Lots can���; how  bie  bbiughi: jn  Ashholavat f^  each.'For terms and full parti^  ��� ./���' ���*. .-*',.:-,v-;':* -;-'*���'/ : -������'';��� ./"/*: ������'."���'.:.'.'���-.'"  ,*::���'   '���'������"-.".  culara apply to    :       'zYvfyVZ/.  wz��Zii&oi^  z: Washington;'; *;D;Sc.:;^tb6e^5i-l-  . ^rectbrvRober ts :���' of:: the. :jmiiit ;.has^pre-:.  pared a stateineritrsriowi^;the;^rbduc.  ;tion of precious metals:'for tht- raleridar*  year of :��� 190.0.* It sho^s that the. production of gold in the world that^yeaf <was  /12,457,287; ounces of a. value ofl $i257r  514,700/, a loss in: Value -i-6tZ$49,070^200  from 1899: The loss' y.as;mainlyriri the  Transvaal m fields ;pf;South:: Africa1:arid  due to the war. The principal gains iwere  $8,118,000* in the United .States "and ?6.-  606,000 in- Canada. :The United States  gain heads the list. In the United States  the principal gains were by; Alaska, Ai'I-  zona; Colorado and Ujtah., Trie silver  output of the world amounted to 123,-  716,796 fine ounces, the largest ever  known. It exceeds the: prodiiet/of 1899  ;hy 11,572,153 ounces.,.The United States  again leads aU pther,,producer^, .witi  a, slight increase oyer; Mexico. There  wjflau Important aictYanee ttt the price  MQMDAyyEyENlilCjlW^  .Phonb ^78.;^' :Z\ 'y :,;,^';!;;,-ipfflcial;;Brokeiv  r *:.;*��� ;^v::EMEMOk:&-BEIST_-R-_Rl.;.^^  ;K��-3ffiENA^  ��� -;���.*'/���:���:���  :  :Bf^EHS;X>E:ZTHE,:BE^YYziC  ;:|:i?^AN��;;'P^TER^  Under the auspices of tho Methodist Church.  'YYYYYYrr-^  X. .OR/--^7'IOTOBlA.;;'.' 7.  'x. SUBJECT':z7;y"ri..,  When you want tKe Best,;ask for  YyYYIYl M PEF. I AL BEE F?. xYyyx  ;'. *";.'*,;,' BiurwKBB and bot-Xjebb ov ��� ���  ^::iFINE:;-^GER;:BEEF^;^A  \V..7 Y-:VAND'PdRtER>*:;::i^^'::  ************************  Yx:jY.j ; Coffee Boasters-.;;';iYY-Y.  "^'^'f'j-fof. arid Coffee !  ********************* **^^  ... We are'offering;' at lowest' prloes tho teat  ' grades o,. Ceylon, India, China and Japan  ATeas.r;;;r,:^7��yyyw*Zy.7VyZyZ.:, :-y  Oar Boe^Mocha and Java Coffee; per---  ���s*!'."'--*XXX:':-;!";*';K/poiind'.;_;;.i_X.,X.X.-79  iO'  Mooha and Java Blend, 3 pounds.....   1 00  Choice Blend Coffee,^_ pounds .....-'..*��� .1 00-  ���; SpecialE_end Coffee; 6 pounds ....'..,'.: 1 "00  Kio Blond Coffoo, 6 pounds..;....... ;-��� 1 OO -  :'; Speoial.Bleud Coylon-Ted,'per pound ���''.SO  |l||pA|i|Ff||ll  %Y: YfY\Tel&0O^.i7iY7y7y:y  VV:yZxzV;V:770.:Bf^^7ZVVV7rrV:  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  ���VV  II  ���OYSTER;!CbCKTAILSf,:::^^  iOYSTBRl:,COCKTAlLS:i/X':;:;-r:*.";AV.V.:,l::,-/  OYSTER; COCKTAILS   / xyi:77i-1     7  - y7i7 f:X-y-iXAT';:THE. MANHATTAN.  Vx   yZriiAjtr'THEji MANHATTAN. -  >:::;*;;j;;'\'v^;:';^ATvTHE:^MANHATTAN^  "OYSTER* COCkT-i _LS:^;:--/"^ ���::^*!--':*::>^.  OYSTER COCKTAlLSrv^y ' :vy,: ; ;v  ;OYSTER-COCKTAILS!; rn-.77   ��� VV  ,.. :,y.*: vA.T'vTHE  MANHATTAN..  nv-y:..7x\:; ; AT;vTHE .,MANHATTAN^  vr- ;��� ���*��� -iyizr :at; : the : ^Manhattan.-  ,'/**  ADMISSION  56 CENTS  Fronapt and regular -delivery to Uie traae.  ���Vxii.  bbewhbx At HmjaoK.y'VZVV  The   Mannattaii  ��� 7'--y-y:'��::,'JX>9EPHINE STBKJSHPX iyyZ  ALU THE BEST BRAND8 '��� /" i-'      Xyi-XXXix: .���'������'���-'  ,\UQOqB8;;^D.'CIG^^5.:;:'.;':;.::'.-'���;':;.';; .^

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