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 __����iCTrt-~_1_^-._��M_a*^^  _imrim-enr-giifflniT  ; ���' \i*'\ *'_ i i  ����� ���. i i ' i  -'.  ESTABLISHED  THURSDAY MORKIKG,  OCTOBER 24,  MOLLY GIBSON COMPANY  NEED MONEY.  BUILDING OF MARYSVILLE SMELTER STIRS UP THE C. P. R.   .  PEOPLE.     '   '   '    !_  A mooting of the shareholders of the  Molly Gibson Mining Compay was held  in Nelson yesterday for the purpose of  confirming the directors in tlieir powers  to borrow the sum of $120,000.   It is understood that* this amount* will be necessary in the way of improvements to  the profitable   operation, of   the   Molly  Gibson.   The money'will probably be advanced by Chicago people and while the  directois had the power to negotiate the  loan it was thought that matters would  be rendcied easier if the resolution empowering the directors ,to make, such a  loan, were" passed by tho shareholders.  Just how this sum will be cxpended^by  tho directors is a matter they have not  ; decided' upon as yet.   .Two courses are  open to them.   One is putting in of a mill'  'to treat the low grade oie<from the property which will not  stand  the  present  heavy transportation charges, and the  second  course  is  for. the  dnectors  to.  ���build p. small smelter near the mouth of  Kokanee creek.** This would   mean   a  system of fire concentration and whilo  ,it    would    be rmore    expensive , than.  -that1 of water'concentration it is*thought  that the saving in values which it would'  , -secure will*more than make up .to the,  company tho difference in cost of opera-  - tion.-. ,Tho decision of the directors jipon  this point will not bo made until-some  'time, next spring.    In the interval the  pibperty itself will be   thoroughly   ex-  plorde and.tests made with ore with a  viow ,of' determining which method of  treatment'will givo best' results!! vl The  company has now a force of thirty men  at tho mine and tho property is said to,  bo looking better .than   at   any   other  period in-its development.. 'Colonel Ray'  .says the;force-will.be ;i*icreapecl..-to GQ.,  01 Go and 'the exploratory^.work "carried  ������"-  on stcadil}..'    Shipments  will  be  com-  ,n_enced from the.property just as ..soon  *as there is sufficient snow to" make good  clipping, but just what the winter's ton-  nago will be the" colonel did not care to  hazard an estimate." The ledge was cut  ;*. short time ago in-the tunnel driven  .fiom the tramway,level  and,has  been  ���drifted upon for some 29 feet.- At this  " ;point it carries a good body of shipping'  ioro but it is thought that tlie richest  portion of the pay-chute which was.op-,  .ened in the upper workings has yet to bo  encountered.  J. C. Drewry arrived in Nelson yesterday from Rossland.    He is on his way  to the True Blue mine at- Kaslo, and  from there he will go to the St. Eugene  and Great Dane properties.   Mr. Drewr*/  is of the opinion that the recent activity  oi the Canadian Pacific'Railway people  with respect to the establishment ot a  relincry is in no small measure due to  tho .commencement of operations inj'ho^  Marysvillo smelter, which according to  tho statements of the men interested in  this smelter scheme will keep the C.P.R.  people guessing for some time.   Already  ho said it was intimated that the United  States smeltor trust was .interested in  tho venture and it would not bo very surprising if this should prove the case, nor  would it be unwelcome, since it could be  counted  upon  as  having tbe effect of  stirring tbo C.P.R. people up..Mr. Drewry said he was aware that the question  of   tonnage   had   been   the   stumbling  block in tho way of tho refinery project,'  .but he thought this difficulty would bo  1 .amoved by the 1st of January.    The  ���present arrangement between the United  I States lead producers and the smelter  ��� tiust expires then, and the outlook was  *.not considered favorable for a renewal  ->f the present arrangement.   On the contrary, it ioked very  much   as  if  there  ���would be a conflict. The present arrange-  uncnt works to the disadvantage of the  Tl-ritish Columbia mines, so that if it is  Bpjjet it cannot but work out to their advantage;.    If the lead producers   of   the  United Slates started in  to   fight   the  smelter trust it would be but reasonable  to suppose that the trust will do what it  .can to put the United States producers  .into competition{with the lead producers  of British Columbia and Mexico.   This  would give an added value to the British  Columbia lead and something along this  line was necessary. bef ore the management ot the St. Eugene-would consider  iho question of shipping.   The company  r^vas not experiencing any difficulty witli  ifcsoect to tho marketing of its product,  hut'it did not censider the piesent quota-  lion!-   sufficiently   inviting   and    could  afford to wait in view of the prospect of  better prices.    Tlio St, Eugene mill is  now in shape to turn ont 100 tons of  ���concentrates.    This means an ore ton-  'nage of over 400 tons per day, .so that  ���tho������.prooevty becoines a factor in determining the probable lead output .of; tbe  - -yea\: ��� '      ��� ' .:'   \_ "' y: .���' '  John McKane arrived in Nelson yeste.-  "day from the Lavina group. He'says the  Xa yina continues to develop nicely. The  -sacking of ore is going on and there is  -.how in the neighborhood of 109 tons  .ready for'shipment. Mr. McKane con-  ���"finals'the report of the deal on the Mc-  Luugjiilin and Clinton properties which  "adjoin the Lavina. There are nine claims  ���-'-.in' this group, the principal owners of  which are McLaiiglia and Clinton. The  -DW-jerj. claim to have the Lavina ledge.  Their showing is altogether on the surface ana consists of stripping the cross-  cutting of the vein. They had also  started a ciosscut tunnel to get in under  a promising showing they had on the  suiface, but it had not boen run in far  enough when the deal was made to render it of any value in showing up the  propertj. The men who have secured  the bond upon the property are residents  ot Boston. The bond calls for the payment ot $42,000 in payments scattered  over a considerable period. 'The holders^  of the bond'are having the entire group  of claims surveyed and >i. om the scale  upon .yhich work is being planned for  the winter it is evident that the Boston  men are well satisfied with tlieir holding and that they intend to complete  their payments. The assays -.received  from tho McLauglin and Clinton ledge,  have beci- uniformly high!" ,    . ���   <       '  -JUDGMENTS ARE HELD GOOD  Greenwood Local News.  GREENWOOD, Octobor 23.���[Special  to Tho Tribune.]���Tbe assizes were continued today. The Murphy case was disposed of, tho .defendant, '(Murphy),  charged with maining cattle,.was acquitted, the jury being outless than ten  minutes... In the civil cases, Fisher vs,  Hoffman et al., settled out of court;  Drummond vs. Nelson, plaintiff's claim  allowed with cost3. ���  The Rossland' appeal cases .were^also  disposed of, Mr. justice'Irving holding,'  .as.did Mr. justice, Walkem at Rossland,  that" the sentences imposed by the police  magistrate of Rossland ou Beamish and  Cahstro must bo carried out. Ho also  held that tho certified check put up in  lieu of an appeal bond in'the Geiser  cases was not in accordance with the  rules ,6f the supreme, court. An appeal  will be taken to_the'fiui court from this  decision. .'Geiser was .represented by.T.  Mayno Daly, who also represented the  crown in the Beamish and Colistro cases.  .A. 1-1. MaeNeill represented Beamish and  Colistro. .   ���     ,    '.  Tho Odd Follows gave' grand master  Hogg a reception at the "lodge room last  night, and afterwards banqueted him at  the' Imperial hotel. *. v ,', / '<  , 'The arrivals today are: " W. J. Wilson  and S. ,S. Taylor, Nelson, "and Messrs."  Jenkins", Wilson, and McIntyie,,C. P. R.  telegraph officials. /The latter'are on a  tour of inspection. " ���  - ^   Vancouver Local "News   *   ** * ���  VANCOUVER, - October 23.���[Special  tojThe Tribune.]���Chief of 'detectives'  'Wylic iand ofllcer "Robert' Borland" got'  Into an election altercation'at 5 o'clock  this morning in'the Balmoral saloon.  They fought for "several "minutes before  thoy could bo.separated and much'blood  was spilled. The officers quarreled over  personal affairs. Both were-,suspended  today and an'official investigation takes  place tomorrow.      < ,,        *_.'    ,  The Anglican Synod .meeting was  'opened here this morning. The reading  of the bishop's address reviewing the  work of the year took up most of tho  day. . ;     i  Captain Troup is expected to arrive  from the east tomorrow.       .        J  ' Wu Ting Fang Is Surprised.  WASHINGTON, October - 23���Wu  Ting Fang, tho Chinese minister, listened attentively las a reporter repeated'to  him tonightthe Pekin dispatch tellingof  opposition which has developed tliere^to  his continuing as a representative of  China-abroadii:l-He---manifested-no-lIttle-  surpriso at_the statements it contained  and appeared nonplussed at the'concl'i-  sion drawn that his popularity in the  United States was any evidence of any  lack oi loyalty to Lhe interests of his  government. Mr. Wu said it always had  been his effort to do the very Ybest he  could in behalf of his country and his  people. He declared he had not received  any intimation that his government was  di-satisflcd.with him or that he probably would bo recalled, lie declined to  bo drawn into an extended discussion of  tho matter.  Masons Elect Officers.  . NEW YORK, October 23��� Tho supreme council of sovoieign inspectors  general 33rd. degree Ancient and Accepted Scottish Rite of Free Masonery,  gathered here   in   annual   session,   has  elected tho following oflicers lor the ensuing year: M. W. Bayliff, Washington,  sovereign grand commander; Williard C.  yanderiip, Boston, lieutenant grand  commander; Calvin W. Edwards, Albany, minister ol state; Edward P. Metcalfe, Providence, Ithouo Island, treas-  mer general; A. L. Hamilton, Columbus, secretary general; James E. Cur tin,  New York, keeper of seals and archives;  Marcus Morton, Providence, Rhode Island, grand master, of ceremonies; J. J.  Stoddard, Columbus, grand marshal general; J. A. Gledden, Dover, New Hampshire, standard bearer.  cials and lcoted the passengers of valuable, s.  Seven brigands held up a diligence  that was proceeding to Sassari, in Sardinia, with a registered mail bag. says  a dispatch from Rome to the Daily Express, she'ts'were exchanged, and two  carbineers, who ��were escorting the diligence, wcre'woiinde'a while a ladypas-  seuger was���,killed. Tiie robbers*looted  the'*diligence; but in tbe scuffle the pot.t  ..clerk escaped with,, the, registered letters. ..'   ,    t.yi>.<  i     _ * I'  r .  ��� . ���     ' Fire' in ^Packing Houses. *  CHICAGO, October 23 ���A fire, at-  tacked the packing'house of the G. il.  .Hammond ^Company at7Hammond, Indiana, tonight,- and within an hour had  gained such'headway {hat the destruction of the plant was feared. The nam-  mond file* depa'rtment and the private  firo fighting company of the packing  company wore unable to ccpe with cho  iiames, and an emergency call was sent  to Chicago and South Chicago Four en  gines from the'Chicago department were  loaded on a-special train on the Fort  Wayne -road and hurried ovei cleared,  tracks*'to the burning districl. The flre  began'at the"south end of the plant in  anC-old frame house"used as th'e bee-  killing department.'In an-hour the oar-  shops, oiling ronm,<fbeef-killing department, and'the-filack-in.-th-st shops wero  destroyed. It then seemed lhat the fire  had burned itself out, but in a few min-.,  utcs the five-story brick containing the  .cooling rboms,*;one]of\the.largest build-**  "ings''Of the plant,'.-*, as. burning. At 10 p.-  in. the fire was .buining.fiercely and the  loss to that time was estimated at $400,  000. Tlie i aclnng company's plant cover-  IB aues. Eighteen hundred men are employed in the.cooling department The  company has brarches'in South Omaha;  Nebraska, St. Joseph, Missouri, and  Kansas City, Missouri.  ELECTBIC WM  FIGURES THAT SHOW THE  r "   ACTUAL PROFITS  > 1*.  :i  SUPPLIES SOLD. .  1898, from July 1st..    160'75  1899          211 55  1900 .o       129 30  1901, to Juno 30th..        48 50  ���. r?  Total receipts   '...-?.,  Total disbursements  Total ,moLey profit  in, three;  1  J Vi  <:���*���'.{  MADE  i.  IN  i'.,u',i.     '. v: .,_  THE fCITY.-HAS  "'" * THREE'YEARS" OF CIVIC"  -i   .   */nwi  THE  i. v,  'OWNERSHIP.  ���years  Three years street lighting  @ S75 a month    Three jiars" light for- city  buildings @ $20 a month.. ,  8,000 97  Total -profit '.'. $11,420 97  An Irishman "Grossly Insulted.-'i >J  'CORK, October 23.���The scene at the  station-immediately prior to John Rt'd-  mond's'dcpartiiro todgy for Queenstown;  on his way to America was one of extraordinary :enthiisioFm.   A*,, large .crowd,  ���'with bands, swept downTthe'* barriers  erected- to exclude the1' public" from 'tlio  platforms,, 'planting flaming' tar barrels  in front of the salon carriage in which  Mr. Redmond ������ was seated<\and 'played  "God��� Save Ireland" and. the , "Star  Spangled ^Banner." -Addressing the  crowd^froni the platform Mr.-Redmond  referred to-the attacks which the .London"'Globe had...puMished. during., the  s'e_eipii< 'of 'parliament**' characterizing  t_ie_n a's''���'Scurrilous' attac)c3;on-therIrls-i  .party/'^"And-Vow,*; 'boilingr;with,,rag8,  he exclaimed, "this paper, is "grossly in-  'sultinj* our brethren in Ameiica and asserting that.we arcvgohig to the-United  States to got -ill scriptions from the Ani-  ericar. clubs.'*       ,'   ,    ' ,  *' Korea Borrows From Japan.'  ST. FETER.-BURG, October 2_..���Tlie  govednment of Korea has raised a loan  for a yrar from the First Japanese  Bank of ��7 000,000 at*_0 per cent'-One  of the conditions is that a poition of the  loan shall Lc spent on .rifles and guns  purchased in Japan. .  s. _  Qeneral Botha's Whereabouts.  LONDON, Oetober 23.���A dispatch  from Brussels says it* is reported that  commandant goneral Louis'Botha is encamped with 4000 men between Wak-  kerstrom and Ermelo.  WALKED FROM WEST ROBSON  An Unmitigated Nuisance.  LONDON, October 23. ��� Winston  Churchill, M. P., in the course of a  speech at Leic-i-tor last night, which If  much commented upon today, declared  that the wary in South Africa had become "an* unmitigated-.nuisance." "The  danger is greater today than it was two  jypars ago,".Mr. .Churchill declared, ''and  ���ft.*?''mean's.'* of** mooting the strain are  being (.jsriously reduced" He urged the  government j.o "relieve lord Kitchener  of heavy.detail work and prepare for a  new campaign with ft refreshed army  and a definite plan."  Olaim Facts Were Misrepresented.'  ROSSLAND, October 23.���[Special to  Tho Tribune.]���A party of eleven arrived here this afternoon, having walked in from West Robson, where' they  deserted herder Ingram's Doukhobors  on Tuesday night. Tho men say that  Ingram positively assured them that  the labor troubles here wero all set-  tied; that three hundred union men  had returned to work, and that 150  union men had applied to the Le Roi  company for work but lhe company  did not want them. Wiien they got co  Robson and found out the true state of  affairs, they refurcd to enter herdisr  Ingram's train and made the distance  afoot. The men had no money and  went without food until they struck  Rossland. None ol them will .go to  work at the Le Roi mines, and they all  resent very -strongly the way, the' matters h.i.o been misrepresented to thorn.  The town has been unusually quiet all  day and there is nothing now to report  in tho strike situation.  The Tribune has no means of getting  special information regarding'the cost  "of the electric lighting plant to the city,'  or the cost of operating and maintaining  it. The figures printed below are taken  fiom the reports of the city auditor,"4il  except-Jthose'uri-ler tfie^Kea'ds "Interest,".  "Sinking 'Fundi!' anil ^''Depreciation.'.'  The figures, under these!heads are .hot  official, but they are approximated fairly.  These figures show that the electric  lighting plant has earned the city $31,-  323.70 over and above operating expenses  and,all charges for maintenance for'the  .���three 'years "-ending-}.June- 30th last."'-. If  .nterest'on ltlie,1.cost*.bf the plantNis "ad-"  de'd to the operating expenses, it has  earned* ?23,073.70." If the airiounfplaced  in the sinking'fund to ledeem the debentures issued is"added, it has earned  $16,473.70. These'figures clearly show  ���that the "electric lighting plant has been  "earning good,-.profit's right along "everyday .'since the''plant was taken over by-  tliO'City. . ^  4% Th'e .Tribune'contends'that the present'  cityL.cbuncil,"althbugl_-they have had the'  entire revenue of the city for the cur-  .Knt.year at'their free disposal, have not  made "any effort to carry out th'e pledges,  they'-niado when seeking nomination at  'the hands,of-their'friends.' They have-  made no special'effort to secure title to  the-.piece'ofi1-land."on  Kootenay *river',-  which 'isi tho'only- available site-on thp J  fiver-;for a power station.'  And now;, at  the" time whenlthe'titlo 'to ' that'' land,  might b'e~secured';by ,a show of honesty  -of purpose, what -do we find the council  , doing? -Nothing, morel or less than dickering, with .the - corporation -t which is doing its utmost-Ho get-a monopoly of the  '.water running'" in Kootenay river.   The  ..council, is-jt'elling; the" government', that  J,he, city^doesvnot want'a.aite'ior^a;power  station on'Kootenay , river;, that, it.is  making arrangements' with' the   West  Kootenay Power & Lightl Company for  all the power ;it needs at present; that  the city'does not want.torbe bothered  with such undertakings* ''as "^developing  water power on Kootenay river; that it  is too big-a/job for'a young and .lusty  and enterprising  and -progressive  city  to undertake.  ���       ��� ' -       ���        -  The council .is saying'to the people  of Nelson; that there is no use of trying  lo induce industrial enterprises to locate here; that too-much effort would be  required, and making effort to do things  is no longer good form among the "best  people." The-hopes and ambitions of  tho progressive element, who expected  to see Nelson grow to be a rival of  Spokane, are treated as mere'vagaries  of the unthinking classes." Yet, there is  just a possibility tbat the unthinking  classes will show mayor 'Fletcher that  he and his "best clas3 of the people" are  not in it when it comos to voting. ���  ���The-figures-that-the-people-want-ari.-  as follows:  _      Losses in the Philippines  .^.WASHINGTON, ^October, 23.���Inr his  annual report "��� majors-general, Henry C.  Corbin, . djutant general of the army,  submits a ti.ble to show that the army  in'.che, Philippines is,to be,reduced by  expired enlistments at ihe iato of about  2C0G"a month irom now on until-"Juiis ���  1902.' Tho Question whether the, regiments thus dtplited in-strength are to,  remain so, oi be<iconnted to their full  roster he says, is one requiring tlie  earliest consideration, for if*,the latter  is contemplated it is alreu'dy time to he-  gin special lecruiting.' J '' ' ' '"  1 'The losses from all caus-S ir "-the regular army and, the volunteers from July  ,lst,-lf00, to June 20th last totalled 1C-  924 officers ard,men in the.former and  S191 in the latter. The'ca. ualties to the  troops >in the Philippines since-the date  of/the first arrival, Juno 30th";* 1898, -to  June SOth last were 115 officers and'337S,  men k'llea, rnd 182 officers' and 261C  "on a small sealc*^���in'your native Nevada  town, for. instance.".       ...    ,     => ��� .. ..  But Best violently denounced Lepine  for "damnable cynicism" and addressed  himself to senator Berenger, the presi-  550 10    dent oi the French League for the Preservation'of Public Morals, with' whose*  .$120,637 84    help Best got a  small-. theater  in'.the'  112,636 87   Montmartre quarter closed by the police  yesterday on account'of an objectionable  spectacle. " "     *"*     ���*"*"���   -  ��� . ���  -  Roosevelt's Action Was'.,Manly.'  2,700 00    . CHICAGO",] 'October ^3. ��� Resolutiona  _._., ___,   approving'  the   'course.'' of^ president  720 00    Rocsevelt in having' Booker T. 'Washington, the regro educator, dine winlr  hlm at the White House,rt-were*!adopatd  at-tho dircucsion of/the National Encampment ofwUnion Veterans. Tho president's   acl ior.   .was'^characterized 'as  manly and in accord*-.with; the ^highest  ideals of 'Americantcitfzeriship. ' ...-   <.  THE DOMINION OF CANADA  iTBAIN-fflffi W  YM  * -.  ON SOUTHERN PACIFIC; IN7  r*  OREGON.  -**1 **.���-  "������� JT  -V y- . s  '���_*!  wounded.  < <  .. . l Girls for Messengers. , ������<  !^ERipG_-PORT,i Gpnuecticiit^October.  23��MariJa^^^  i6'(��ivjj^wt^  irig .giris^tp ^taite ytli e:jpjac .���s0Si_Sbbys J'tiafe  messengtrsiy-Jenny iLj^sj;.;a|f bright? girl;  b_|si__teen^wasjithe3f^^mpl-wed;3^  put W-vcfkrsii.lley say's*thie';r'eas'oh-h*  has1* emplcved girls is because he be'  lieves Hhey will not waste' Ume as do  the boys.,They do not smoke.cigarettes,  chew ,itobacco or read dime novels. It  (is" likely'the girl messenger., will be  -given ^bicycles to deliver mess-ages.  \ j  '_'7_u   " ���������*_-' <  , 'y' ._.Given a Death Warning ,.     ,  '.. LONDON. .October, 23 j^It -has trans-  'pired,'";J says-ra ' dispatch from Paris/  -"that the' French government warned  each member of the mineis' committee  who adjo.;rned at St. Etienne without  making public the result of its deliberations, that tc order a' strike under the  present conditions he would rendon  himself liable to a sentence of death  for inciting--tv-civil war, and that the  government would prosecute if neces-  saiy. ,This action, it is believed,'caused  the committee to tempcrizc."  More Outrae-es by Brigands**. ..;������  LONDON;    October    23 ���An    armed  band boarded a train near Batoum, according to v  dispatch from Odessa to  the Daily Express, murdered three ofll*  The Duke at Wtwfoundland.  ST. JOHNS, Newfoundland, Octobor  23.���The celebration tonight in honor  of the duke and duohesf. ,of York wat.  exceedingly enthusiastic. vThe weather  was clear and the town fairly blazon  with illumination and fiieworks. The  Ophir. Crescent, Diadem, Niobe, Pros-  perine and Charybdis were- electrically  lighted- Fifteen sealing ttpamers moored  in a long line showed festoons of maroon lanterns, while SOO fishing vessels  were similarly decorated, making a veritable forest of twinkling lights- spread  over the whole harbor. From the hills  surrounding the city sixty bonfires  flamed. A thousand torch .hearers . paraded tho city and then massed, near  the wharf, where the Ophir "was moored.  Five hundred -fishing boats paraded th'i,  harbor lighted with lanterns. The duke  and duchess expressed.thepaselves as delighted and said the assemblage of shipping in the port, with the abundant  bunting, formed one of the finest displays they had witnessed during, the  tour. It is reported tho XJiadeR gr^ed  A rock while entering pprt.;  ; ,        ';...:���,  Disbursements, on Electric Light Plant  Account for Three Years.  CONSTRUCTION.'  1S9S, from July 1st.. $36,430 20  1899     24,614 55  1900        8.959 44  1901, to Jt.ne.30lh ..     ' 420 26   ; 5 70,424 45  MAINTENANCE.  1S98, from July 1st .$ 2,078 42  1899        2,722 78  1900     10.903 85  1901, to Juno 30th..    3,058 99   j J8.7C4 01  Division Records  iv.i.ation recorded  Ne su i   W'n ng  There was 'but ono  at tho Nelson record ofiice yesterday-  Mill Site, on1 Sandy creek, about 5 miles'  from the West Arm of Kootenay lake,  by Robert' O. Nelson.  Certificates of, work wore issued yesterday to tho Sii-iquehanni and Susquehanna No: 2; and to the Duncan Mines  et al on tho Catharine.  WANTED"TOETOHH PARIS  SUPPLIES.  1899  1900  1901,  to Juno 30th..  . ..5    348 38  INTEREST.   ,,  1S98, from July 1st.? 1,000 00  1899    '   2,000 00  1900        3,500 00  1901, to June 30th..   1,750 00  .      , ?  SINKING   FUND.  1898, from Jvly 1st.?    800 00  1899       '1,600 00  1900        2,800 00  1901, to June 30th..   1,400 00   ?  DEPRECIATION.  1898, from July lst.$ 1,000 00'  1899        2,000 00  1900        3,500 00  1901, to June 30th..    1,750 00  348 38  8,250 00  6.600 00  -?   8,250 00  Grand total  .$112,636 87  Sources From Which all the Money  Spent in Three Years,Were  Received   ,  "' . '    DEBENTURES   ISSUED.  1S98, from July 1st..$40,000 00  1899 ��� 20,000 00  1900    '.'..' '....'10,000 00  >������.���__ $70,000 00  REVENUE. .'.:*  1898, from July lst.$   5,066 60  1S99 ��� 13,105 84  1900  20,928 00  1901; to Jyne 30th.. ��� 10,987 30  .   ,*    ....'���   .'-.:', ������!���.:-.>���-.:!   :   ..f.g.0.08?  Freak of a Nevada Crank.  PARIS,. October 23.���Paris was stupefied yesterday to find usclt under the  thumb of an American vice hunter who  is seemingly a Dr. Parkhurst and a Carrie Nation combined.   The name of the  aggressive individual is Spiirtacus Jof-  fcison Best.   Ho hails fiom Nevada and  has been hero twelve ycais as a professor of English literature in a small private college.   All these years Paris has  remained for   piofessor  Best  a mysterious sea upon which he dared not venture.: His life was spent  between  his  boarding-house, the school and a public  library, until, he met a pretty Salvation  Army-lass who. made him ashamed of  his selfish quietude and instilled some of  her fiery desire; for reform, into the in-  oifensive, bespectacled westerner.   Once  conscious ; of   his   "duty," Best, sallied  forth with rabid.energy.    First he'jex-  ploited the.boulevards, calling upon the  policemen to arrest every woman who  spoke to, him in .passing.   He appeared  in court last week as the lone prosecutor of more than three dozen women.  After sentencing.them the judge kindly  advised the American to stay at home  after dark because the tribunal could not  afford  to operate  for  his sole   benefit.  But Best claimed he had a right to parade the streets  and   he   continued to  cause arrests till the policemen would  run at the very sight of him.   Next the  professor   became   conspicuous   at   the  Moulin Rouge, where he paralyzed the  merry crowds by suddenly admonishing,  the dancing girls on the error of, their  ways. His broken French sermon finally  raised such a roar that he became furious and attacked the young sultan of  Johore in English for being there.   This  caused the dissolute eastern potentate  to run.  ,The next day M. Lepine, the  perfect of police,  annoyed   at  all   this  commotion, summoned the well-meaning  Yankee and paternally advised him to  keep quiet.  "Paris has been wicked a long time,"  said the perfect, "and I am afraid your  single-handed endeavor is bound to  prove fruitless. Meanwhile you are giving us lots of work, This qity is tpo  74 | large.   Why don't you go practice flrst  ' \       .        v    y_~~ ��, *" "*"   ��     y  Happenings in. Brief,  ..TORONTO, October 23-At 2:15 this  p.m. R. Massey/proprietor., of the Mas-  sey, Harris Company, was resting quietly.. A  consultation  of phy. icians 'will  take place this afternoon. ���  ....   ,.    ..  "OTTAWA, October 23.���Two'children,  just born were found lying on a pillow  on Notre Dame street<_h_en..orning'*One  was blue with the cold and riiay^die. The  police are looking**for.the mother.'  "'"TORONTO, October   23.���The'.Jarvis  .street Baptist'church -voluntarily* paid  $587_intol the "city 'treasury today. *The  congregation does "not believe in exemption of, church property from taxation  "TORONTO, October f 2i. ��� Professor  Goldwin    Smith rhas    returned:'"from  ?Ithaca, New:York,>where;he:>vas report-  ied^criti-^llyi*iinatffewsida^l'agbS|He is  :;sQii^wha{*J_atigfted;taftei^  iburStt-erwis-^is^feeH^  itH^MILT^Moi^ ���  iThe^iildhigjarid^riten-^^  j'&litSons^rfl'peSmanu^^^ al-  ^m<^t^TOi^letciyIv^ittM_^l.^_fir^  {niglit&!!��bg_i.?($^  ;Kn_wh;^butycohsi3eredfvery^sm^ -  ^dRpNT-_sidSoipg^.^on  si^ crtefeRbfi -TtSArinstr oiigifof/.Nbr^ 4f di-  vislontidiejrl early, thls.morningl*frgm_an  bveidose bf strychnine which hbjwas in  the,'habit-of'taking in small ^quantities  to produce.sleep. He was 583Vears*"old.  -.MONTREAIi, pctobcr 23.���Joseph C.  Loves'que,, who was arrested ^ in. j New  York some time ago after "'ten years'  search'-for robbing tlie City_and ..District  Savings' Bank, of which-he"was an employee,- by-.means^of^forged checks,\..vas  today committed to stand trial. ->v -  BRANTFORD, Ontario, October 23.���  In the White murder trial this afternoon Dr. Morquis testified* to bding called to attend deceased. He found him exhibiting every symptom of strychnine  poisoning.. A post.mortem examination  revealed the accuracy of'the dia-moats  Evidence of the crown is now all in. Defense begins tomorrow.  MONTREAL, October 23.���It Is definitely learned today that sir Christopher  Furness, James Clergue of .Sault'Ste  Marie, Ontario, and other prominent  American and British capitalists have  a big scheme on foot to establish a big  maiino insurance company for St. Lawrence and also'to establish a fast Atlantic service which will rival the best  New York services.  TORONTO, October 23.���The Evening  Telegram's London cable says inquiries  arc being made in London as to whon  _Canada_intcnds_to_issue__tamps_bearing  the king's head and the suggestion hat-  been made that the mint at Ottawa  should issue a five-dollar gold piece  with the king's head also, which with  tlie stamps would serve to commemorate the coionation of Edward VII.  S3TROI.I5A, Ontaiio, October 23.���  es Peat, of this town, who has had  40 years' experience in the oil business  in Petrolea, has just returned from the  Crow's Nest Pass region and is confident that ciude oil can lie obtain, d  thero in larpe quantities ar.d of a fairer  gravity titan tho Petrolea cm.le. AH It  lequires no says is development of that  countr}.  BARRINGTON, Nova Scotia, October  23.���Julius Rill was placed on tiial this  morning charged with the murder of  Nathan Papalan, a Jewish storekeepor  ,at Clark's Harbor, on October 7th. Evidence submitted went to show that tho  revolver and cartridges wliich caused  Kapalan's death were similar to tho revolver and cartridges purchased by the  prisoner three weeks before.  CORNWALL, .Ontario, October ,23.���  : At the assizes here today Alfred Cooper  of Lancaster was sentenced 'to five years  in tho penitentiary for attempted arson  aiid Luther Hall of Williamsburg to  seven years, in ���the penitentiary foi  damaging a house by means of dynamite  He and his uncle blew up oiio side of a  neighbor's house. The neighbor had  given damaging testimony in* a.-trial  against a friend of Hall's, y Cooper attempted to set flre to the residence of  his wife, from whom he is separated.  BRANTFORD, Ontario, October 23.���  The White murder trial was resumed  this morning Mrs. Partridge, cousin of  White, geve evidence this morning of a  scnsatioial character, alleging that Mrs  White, while stopping at her residence  in Hamilton on one occasion had given  expression to- sentiments wliich strongly indicated a desire to get rid of her  hui band. Dr. Marquis, the physician  who attended White, gave evidence to  ehow tltts effect of arsenic on the human  system when taken from day %p day..  EXPRESS MESSENGER STANDS OFF  / BANDITS,   WHO  ESokPB4;��  ,7. 1 .  BKPry\HATOJBttVvS"^  <*-   -'- - S'WS;  Russia Can't Have Manchuria  LONDON, October 2>��.-tT.h(. Japanese  press is unanimous und ' resolute, says  a dispatch to tho Tiinea from Tokio, in  declaring that Japan can't saiffer Man-  churia to become a, Russian possession.  _        r r , '     '7jy fygtT&v  ' 'EUGENES Oregon,' Octobw^^Th-j.  northbound ,-Southern  Pacific "'overlanct'  express, due here,at 3:42'ai. _n.^wasi"he<ld'  up by robbers near Walker's fstatIontT 15~:  miles south'" of' here iat-V o'ciockSth"is{  morning and the*express car badly damaged,   but   the i robbers -'secured'*' little  booty.-  Two1 men 'boarded 'the'traii. ,atf.  Cottage Grov4e as the tiain pulled*oat/.  After passing [ Walker's, [ which* flay tour!  miles from* Cottage"Grove/they-climbed/  over the tender and' covered engineer"  Lucas and the - fireman , and his" helper  with revolveis.    The _robbers-\ordered j  the train stopped,, aftervwhich", the" firc-J  man and helper were compelled-to "un-*  couple the train^between'.the'express car?j  ,and the first coach.^Engineer'Lucas,was ���-  tthen ordered to "pull, ahead, the fireman^  ��� and helper fbeing'left behind., #Aftor,go-*  ing'a shoit 'distance 'thej train"_ was4->.  I stopped, and the'robbers proceeded Cto'i  the express car, staking'*; with"',them" the '"  engineer.    The express car _wasVblown*,  'open with   dynamite, and"the)!expiess*-.-  messenger, ChaUes. was ordered^but; but*^  he refused to go, and with his 'shotgun--"j  commanded the situation ^insitio?,thcTcar. '**  The robbers told him'to come.but^or'hSlA  would be blown'up with* the'car,; but'he/  replied "blowv ahead."'AA^,fiisillade _jb&  bullets followed,'riddling th*e-car,*--but the:��  messenger, who'was*uninjuretl, k'ept^upV  , a*~coiitinuous fire, fromsthe^iusidef which*/'  held the prisoners 'atJhayfVAJZchdtfie'.ofrv  dynamite wasj.thrown'intoithe.ca.r Afittu}  a buimng fuse,,but Charles"g-abbedUtV  , and tin ew it o^tside^'here it explo'ded. 5  Next the robbers ccmp'elled ^thb engmfeeryj  to crawl.up to^the.fbjjening.'inside the.,  car, hoping Jo^so.'hi-n^aBfa'pro&ction^.  from the messeuger^'s^ehots, but the'ines-'Cl  scnger kept up a steady fire.over th'e eri-^  .gineer's. headland, still^held' the,rdbb ers^-  at bay. ^.Th^obbcis thenj^gav6 uprtheir^.',, ��e  'offorts to, secure tT_1?5Xpfe3s tr&_tmrfrtt&&FtOi  went fpr the .mail' 'Thoy 3ccured~'ll__" ^l^'-  i egistercd mail," then cut the engine from. >   ztyp  tho rest of the train and ordered eng_a-vi">"*..$;  eer Lucas to pull ahead.   They ran .to ; * ' "  Judkins, appoint on   the   outskirts ,0^',"  Etigene, where they disembarked and or-   ���?  dered the engineer to return and get his* -  tram.    The tiain ^arrived here at,7.30,-   i  four hours late.,'The news was-wired    -;  from Saginaw, and the officer!, wei e out -���  in search of the robbers early this mo��n-  mg, but as yet have secuicd no trace of    T  thym. They weie handicapped by having    ���  no description of the men.  PORTLAND, Oregon, October 23 ���The .  Southern Pacific train which was held    ,  up near St. Eugene this morning arrived  here this afternoon.   The express car is 4,  badly shatteied, but it was brought in '"  with the train.  "The first indication I had of anything    "  wiong," said G. F. Charles, the express  messenger, "was when the train began  to slow up near Waikei's station.    It  -was _ 2-.45_o'clock.^=-Shortl y���af ter���tha-4-r=-  train came to a standstill and I was ordered to open the door.   I made no response and was given a salute with dynamite.   Tho first ch.ngc blew open one  of the doors and knocked nie down.   My  overalls were blown into shi.eds and my  legs scratched somewhat, but otherwise  I was uninjured    Fuither commands to  open up and tin cats followed, but without avail.    I made  no  reply,  knowing  that the object of the lobbers was to locate me in tho car and then tiy to put  me out of the way.   I changed my situation to the cthui  end or the car. a.  second shot blew open tlie door at tho  oilier end of the car.   The   third   shot  failed to go off, as I had removed my  shoes and walked over to the dynamite  and detached the fuse.   Two more shots  exploded, each of them blowing a hole  In tho iloor of tho car    All tho othor��-  four shots went off In tho cai; two failed to explode and one I prevented fiom  exploding by lemovlng the fu��o.   All'ef-  foits to compel me to open up or leave  tho car falling, the engmcci   was sent  in through tho opening blown into tho  side.   I oideicd him to get out and flrod  a shot over his head with my shotgun.  The entiic   ceiomonj .lasted   about 40  minutes     The engineer retired after I  fiiod the shot and ordeied him to leave,   .  and I was not molested turther."  ^1  Personal Liberty.  A man's right to work is one of the  most intimate rights of his being. It is  the right to the exercise of nis mental  and bodily faculties It is more���it is tho  light to his life, which depends for substance on the fi tuts of Ins labor. It is  lor the same reason the right ot his wife  and children to then lives Of this right  no man can, with any chadow of equ.ty,  deprive arother. neither can any man  by his own authority dictate to another  when anrt how this right ib to be used,  else this other weie his subject, his  slave And when, in order to deprlv3  a man of this right violence is done to  him pud bodily injury inflicted, then.  there is no ireasiire to the injustice put  upon Mm-: all semblance ot liberty is  affected; physical force becomes the  ruling law in the lelations of man to.  mau  NEW  YORK, October 23 ���The  yacht.  Erin belonging  to sii   Thomas   Lipton  and  tender of the yacht Shamrock  It-  sailed hence for Southampton today. THE NELSON- TRIBUNE,  THURSDAY  MORNING,   OCTOBER  24, 1901  mf  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  m  to  INCORPORATED  1070  coi^c^^.isr^sr  DRY GOODS-  The best that art can produce and money can  purchase, is now ready for your inspection.  NOVELTIES OF ALL KINDS���  Stylish Goods in every shade and make for evening wear. Sequin Robes. Dreams in Embroideries. Facts in good values. From the cradle to  the grave, we have everthing you can require.  PRICES   RIGHT  THE HUDSON'S BAY COMIY  BAKER STBEET, NELSON, B. 0.  ���^���.-'���.___��__"_5__:_5_______-_-   ___  _>_^_S__.__t_S_-S_3-  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  PANE  WEEK ONLY  _____���. ���____-  ��� _____�� __________ _________:���;_________ ____________ _________ -���=*~   ^"^ ' -=^*  ~j^ ^ *^^' --^^. *   -t*.*****-****  -^*��.  # . rYYYyTr^YTyy^'y "  ���____    _TA1_    ^0 * ^*T ,00., 00 -  35 W S^INs  .������. ..__    00**00*,00.00.  "����_.���>-_,���  ���*��<����''^*'    -^���'^J^ ���>��^''��^*�� V-^'fe-s' "^-k'^C^. V^.^j^  We are offering our entire stock of  plate cameras:- below maker's prices for  one week orly.  SEE OUR WINDOWS.  THOMSON STATIONEBY CO. Ltd  NELSON. B. O.  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  ASSAYERS*  SUPPLIES.  i:  trrx  W. F. TEETZB-_ & CO.���CORNER OF  -���Baker    and    Josephine    streets,    Nelson,  ���whole-tale   dealers   in   a3sayer's   supplies.  Agents for Denver Flre Clay Company,  ' Penvpr. Colorado.  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  H   J. EVANS & CO.-BAKER STREET,  Nelson,    wholesale    dealers    in    liquors,  ��� cigars,   cement,   fire  brlok  and  fire  olay,  water  pipe  and  steel  rails,   and  general  commission merchants. ^_^  PLASTERERS' UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening in the Elliot Block, at 8  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; 'William  Vice, secretary. 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 ln each month at Miners'. Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. Walter R.  Kee, president; Henry Bennett, secretary.  opinion when the words quoted above  were penned. Now the one is doing his  level best to hand over the electric  lighting business of the city to the West  Kootenay Power & Light Company/ LimT  ited, of Rossland, while the other admits  he doesn't know where he is* at on the  question on which he had such decided  .views last December. David, is evidently  .wearing a silk stocking, on one leg and  a woolen sock on the^ other; or is he  anxious to be classed as one of the  mayor's "best people?" *  ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES.  K&'-*-..       __���    .-  f ��-"....��� ' KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY &  ,'.-(��� "* ' "Construction Company���Wholesale dealers  !'-��*%!.��������.'- In-telephones, annunciators, bells, batter  \f&-\ ' les, electric fixtures and appliances. "�����  Wi iv  l  ton Block, Nelson.  Hous-  FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  r.'.-p BURNS & CO.-BAKER STREET,'  '(,:��&,(*/ Nelson, wholesale dealers' in fresh land  ����$&$ ''-cured meats. Cold storage.. i     .  . ���>.  GROCERIES.  mMlr  Pp&. .*'.'.__-_m__���_���~~   FZftMi'K. KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIM-  __&*__;''_���' Ited.���Vernon    street,    Nelson,    wholesale  grocers.   *��� '         .    . '  JOHN'  CHOLDITCH    &    CO.-FRONT;  "street. Nelson, wholesale grocers.       ,  ,     ..         -*_-A. -MACDONALD  &  CO.-*.OitNKR  OF  W (.�������. . Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale  ''i-V'" ���i.\grocers  and  jobbers  in blankets,   gloves,  'mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws and miners'*, sundries.-,,   ���> J Y GRIFFIN'& CO.-FRONT STREET,-  Nelson, wholesale dealers in .provisions,  cured meats, butter and-eg-ia.   :   ���" ��� >r*_li4-  \3h>%  JSf.'  ?</;  i   "   LIQUORS'AND DRY GOODS.  , "^rassER, ~^e^o5~&~coZ7Z^oSser  Vernon   and   Josephine' streets,    Nelson,  . wholesale dealers in llauors, cigars and dry  goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Com-  '   pany of Calgary.       ���  "   BUSINESS DIREOTORT.  ARCHITECTS.  A.  C.  EWART.-ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  Ab.rd.en Block, Baker Street, Nelson.   CHOP HOUSE.  I-  I;-*'  PIONEER CHOP HOUSE. JOHN"  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  Baker street, Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling  parties supplied on shortest notice.    .  DRAYAGE.        '^v.RNirvBSyfi^Soar^AFEs, etc.,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Frosser's second Hand store, Ward street. , d  |li  FURNITURE.  V. J," ROBERTSON & CO., FURNlTLi KB  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  ���phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Noxt  new postoffice building, Vernon street.  Nelson; x:';.:���*-. \_\ ������������**..-' .������:���'" y:   X' -   " '  * '   .  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  "TFREEMyULI-iNG^^  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors'   Exchange,   Nolson,   B.   C,   Room  4,  K. W. C. Block. :   GOLD, * : COPPER, .SILVER,_���*. LEAD  mines and prospects-wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B; C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF ; IJTEETIN&S.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23., A. F. &  A. M. meets second Wednesday in  each month. Sojourning brethren  invited.-  NELSON ' ROYAL AUCU CHAPTER NO.  Vii, G. K. V.���MootB third Wednesday. Sojourning companions invited. Chas. U. Mill.., '/,;  Thos. J. Sims, _>. li.  ' 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.  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.-  Regular meetings 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.  "^MZi^i<S:~u^Io^r^6Z 86, w7fToTm_^  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 scalo  of wages for Nelson district per shift: Machine men $3.60. hammersmen $3.25, muckers, carmen, shovelers, and other underground laborers $3.  ~ BARBERS' UNION, NO. 186, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets first and third Mondays  of each month in Miners' Union Hall at  8:30 sharp. Visiting members invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. H. Matheson, sec-  rrttary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  .��or��_arjr.  "   LAUNDRY      WORKERS'      -UNION.���  ' Meets  at  Miners'   Union  HaU  on fourth  ' Monday in every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  m. B. Pape, president; A.>W.. McFee*. sec-  retary.   CLASSIFIED ADS.,  ' ARTICLES FOR SALE. '  SEWING MACHINES, OF ALL-KINDS  for sale or rent at the Old Curiosity Shop.   ' -FOR, 'RENT.'     J-;   FOR "'RENT-THREE ROOMS' SUITABLJS  for light housekeeping: hot and cold water; steam  heat; Oaths.   Address box 571, Nelbon.  SIX ROOM C.OTTAGE AT BALFOUR  to let by the month or for the season. Immediate 'possession.. Good fishing. Apply  C. W. Busk, Kokanee creek. Phone 66a.  Or to R. H. Williams, Baker street, Nelson.  . FOR KENT-PALACE SALOON, SANDON.  Forparticuiar. applyMrs. A. Eagan.bandon.B.C.  '   TO   LET ���THREE   ROOMH . ON   CEDAR  . street; large living room, bedroom and kitchen  , with sink; also use of .bath.   Apply to J. Coxhead, Cedar street.    ".,.'   -  FOR SALE. .-���    _ ".    :   ,  YforimmmSi^  mess; good location; low rent; owner going out  of busines.. JT or full particulars address U. K.,  Grand Forks, B. C. ���   ���   ��  *   HELP WANTED.  WANTED ��� CHAMBERMAID,  and packer, laundress, iail__  Nelson Employment Agency.  jointer and packer, laundress, laiiroad men for  Lairto.  SHINGLE  d men for  Phono 278.'  SITUATIONS WANTED.  SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG Woman as general servant in small family. Address  box: 030, Nolson.     \,        /   , y.,  EMPLOYMiBNT AGENCIES.  HELP FURNISHED-WRITE, TELE-  phone, telegraph or inquire Western Canadian Employment Office, Nelson. Phone  2i0. Storage���I have a large warehouse for  storing .household or other goods. H. A.  Prosser. ,   . ���        ,     ��� "��� ,  WANTED HELP OF ALL KINDS.���  Orders for help 'receive prompt and careful attention. R. 'Purdy, Employment  Agent, Stanley street, Nelson. Telephone  44   P. O. Box 582. ������ -  to @r Ibune  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Daily by mail, one monthi   Daily by.'mail, three months , ,  Daily by mail, six months ; ,  Daily by mall,  one year   Semi-weekly by mail, three-months..,  Semi-weekly by mail, six months   Semi-weekly by mail,  one  year ,  Postage to Great Britain added.  J   SO  1 23  2 50  5 00  teo  1 00  2 00  Dlspla;  ADVERTISING  RATES.  iy Advertisements run regularly  per inch per month il 00  If run less than a month, ptr Inch per  insertion         25  Classilled Ad) and Legal Notices, per  word for first insertion       l  For each additional insertion, per  word    ;       1-2  Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month     60  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, per line  per month       25  Address all letters���  THE   TRIBUNE'ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager. Nelson, B. C.  * .H-M^-H*****  ���H-K-H-1-M-M-H'  *l* ���$���  * NOTICE TO  SUBSCRIBERS  * BY   CARRIER.  Although repeatedly requested to give  the public the following information,  the mayor and council so far refuse to  take any action in the matter. The information asked for is as follows: (1)  The number of 16 p.p. lamps' connected  with the two small direct current dynamos; the names, of.the users, and the  number of lamps each uses; the rates  each.user pays per month; the arrears  in rates, if any? .(2)- The number of 16  c.p. lamps connected .with the two large  direct current dynamos; the'names of  the users and the number of lamps each  uses; i the rates ^ each' ..user - pays _ per  month;, the arrears in rates, if any? (3)  The.number of 16 c.p: lamps-connected  with .the alternating, current1,'dynamo;  the>names;Of the .users and, the number,  of lamps each uses; the,rates-each user  pays-'per month; the arrears "in rates, if  any,? ,,(4) The nuinber.of applicants for  electric light" who are^not beinj? served;  the number of ;16 c.p:.,lamps,each have  asked'for and the rate they'propose paying?, The Tribune'well,knows that the  above 'questions ,will>be classed as vituperative and abusive by the "trimmers"  who, are so much "-in* evidence in this  campaign;" but then they'are "questions  that the people who are not- "trimmers"  would like to have answered.  /   If Tho Tribune .is not mistaken, The  Economist was not"always timidJin expressing its opinions regarding civic af-  -fairs. In 1897 and 1898,.the then mayoit  and aldermen were denounced as ���'boocl-  lers" and charged week after week with  sacrificing,the best,interests of the city  in order to-beneflt themselves as individuals.     " \-y   '���  y    .   ,  The Economist _ says it ���'���"lias always  V held strong'views"*'on the subject of  " municipal' ownership". Zol -public -utilities. Well,'David, now is a good time  to express them strongly.  According to tho reports' of the, city-  auditor, the electrie light plant has paid  the people pf Nelson JiuuO a month over  and above operating expenses and main-'  *,-;���'���������  ffi, LADIES' JACKETS,  'f<l\ COSTUMES,  /f\    FURS AND UNDEi-WEAR  fffX X AT  ESPECIALLY  f\\ LOW PRICES  (..  (..  fll   _____________________________  (���.  m  y-j^'gy"^���<gf :*___ "���fif-"gl"^��� 42".___\��� <��?��� '&'0"'^��� 0*'0*'0"'  \__'i '___*'-���__���'^'^* _���**' ___������* -j^*-*-,.* iSi'*'S5l*'iS'*iTi&*  MENS' LAMBS' WOOL  SHIRTS   AND   DRAWEES,  FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR, WOOL AND CASHMERE SOCKS, FLANNELETTE NIGHT. SHIRTS  AND PAJAMAS AT  VERY LOW   PRICES  fix  BARGAINS  IN f^\  GREY AND WHITE jty\  BLANKETS,   WOOL   COM-.  /f|  FORTERS AND EIDER-     . fj\  DOWN QUILTS. ff\  IRVINE   &  36 Bakep Street, Nelson.  CO.  1 _____���____!_ __S_ ^S.''  ' ^__ <*��_> '*��-�� -00i .  ' ' 00* 000 * 000 . 00  Afrfz/iU^&S&/?w  ft&& <nu&^^  rr  tenance since July 1st, 1S98.  On Saturday next, subscribers  whose Tribunes are delivered by  carrier will be expected to pay  the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week.  **-H��W~K-_-M��M��  ***���-���*  *  *  *  *  *  *  COOKS AND -WAITERS UNION NO. Ml,  W. Jj. V., meets fit Minors' Union Hall on second and last Tuesdays in every mouth at 8:30  p.m. riiarp. A. B. Sloan, president: J. V. For-  resteli, secretary H. M. Fortier, flnancir. seo-  tetory. y ������-'���  The Economist evidently wants to be  classed as a "trimmer" on the electric  light deal.' There was no trimming when  David Mark Carley, less than a year ago,  helped pen   tho   following,   which   was  signed by Frank Fletcher in his presence:    "I believe that the city has val-  " uable assets in the water and electric  " light systems, and while in the council  "I did everything possible to safeguard'  "these assets; and if elected mayor no  " act or vote of mine will be in favor of  " allowing any outside corporate inter-  " est to become a competitor with the  " city in the business of electric lighting,  "a business im which the city has al-  " ready invested $70,000."   David Mark  Carley and Fra__-_ Fletcher were of one  Eoosevelt and the South.  President Roosevelt is not likely to be  disturbed by, the shrieks of horror and  rage that are heard from the South over  his action   in entertaining  at his   own  tablo Booker T. Washington, who has  brains, character and a daik skin. If he  took the trouble to consider the matter  at all, the   president   knew   what   the  Southern  politicians'would say of hi3  extension of social courtesy to a black  ,man, and bad the characteristic inde-.  pendence to do what seemed to him right  without regard to its effect upon' his political fortunes.   The spirit that prompted him to invite the head of the Tuske-  gee Institute and chief representative of  a largo body of- fellow-citizens to dine  at his table was the same that moved  him to appoint Democrats to federal offices in the South and won for him in  tho latter case the warmest commendation of the very class that is now clamoring for his social and political ostracism.  It-is as futile now as it was fifty years  ago to argue such-a matter   with   the  South.   To' point out that Mr. Washington is the intellectual superior of editors  and politicians who call him a nigger���  a more useful citizen, - doing a greater ���  work than they are capable even of comprehending���would oniy incite them to  greater virulence of speech and prolong  an unprofitable controversy.   Enough to  say that president Roosevelt has confirmed the good opinion of his character  formed   by   right-thinking men  whose  perceptions are  not   obscured   by  prejudice.���Philadelphia   Noith   American.  the muscular "peeler" .gave each comer  .in turn a, grip^-that had no lack,of cordiality. , ,'!T*he jauld ~ man's uncommon  veegoroLUs;*at.his time o' life," observed  one unsuspecting Scot,as'-he,stroked-his  fingers. :��� "He is'that," concurred.another  of the, policeman's victims, '���*- but did ye  'notice,,his nails?"���New York World.. >  .     .The Duke>IsNot Affected.  ' The duke" has* a fine tawny beard and  moustache, and," if,we were'asked to say  generally  what*.the  duke .locked  like,  we would say he was an everyday, ordinary Er glishman. If' one saw him on  the streets, not knowing Avho, he was',  one  might take''him  for a carpenter,  who  had   just  gone  into  business <for  himself, and who.had-reached the,dignity of bossing a, couple, of apprentices.  And;when we say tbis wo mean he has  an ,aif, -deferential, to .all those about  him that gives this idea."But. as we have  said  before,  the thing, .that  impresses  one most about tho duke, is the everyday way in which he speaks-the queen's  j English,   or,   more   correctly' speaking,  1 the'king's, Eiigli&h, and 'When we-say-  this  we-iecall  to  mirdf our  excellent  {friend,Beckles, Wilson, a.Canadiamborn  I dewn east of Toronto, and who' livea-  j in England for some '/ears, aud, returning to-.Cans da. was  found-to. talk-so  j awfully;Ergli-.li that you could only.fol-  flow bim by an effort.. The duke has none  t of this affectation. With a single exception, the'rolling of his "r's,'* he speaks  [like- an   educated   Canadian.���Toronto  ! World  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527.  500IENWANTED  On tbe construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway in the Lardo district.  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  .x.iisaiia.'E.r).  CHARLES HILLYER, President.  ��� i  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  ' Have just teceived 3,000,000 feet of log; from Idaho, and we are prepared to out the largest bill  of timber of any dimensions or lengths. Estimates given at any time. The largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings in Kootenay. ,  *  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  *      ��� ,-   OFFICE AND YARDS:   CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.    -  "Redvers Buller had been relieved of tho  command of -.the First Army Corps.'  A Fine Saying,  man   hurt   him,"  Mr. Gladstone's Handshake.  The announcement from Canada that  the duke and duchess of Cornwall have  had to give up promiscuous hand-shaking on the ground that though the spirit  is willing the flesh is weak, recalls an  incident of ,Mr. Gladstone's memorable  Midlothian tour. On one occasion there  was a great hand-shaking ordeal at- the  window of the old gentleman's railway  carriage, and he was rapidly getting the  worst of it. A stalwart young policeman  who accompanied Mr.'Gladstone proved  equal to the occasion. Crouching behind  the great man and throating bis hand-  under Mr. Gladstone's ; Inverness cape;  -.-fc-KB-. _^is_fe_>)_��/it('i'_i8;,-.'*J_i_2.-i_-- ;.-���-: *.'-,%-';'*/;.,':;v.:i.--*S.;.:*fe^'.;:-..:,;  *���>."*..>'���?;  ���-*..���.-._���-  . ���"���- *,- ._-r- - -*-rr-_���  ^Prefer British to Any Foreign Rule.  In'his interview witn general' Binton  jBlood in August last the 'Boer general  Viljoen seems to have displayed a more  .reasonable attitude than that assumed  by other leaders in the   field. He   expressed his anxiety for peace,.and even  ;went so far as tb say-his��men hadno  rooted objection to British rule.   In fact  }they would prefer to,be under it rather  '.than under any other foregn power.   As  ;an evidence of this he predicted a large  emigration to Canada and Australia, the  ���reason for the emigration being a dis-  jlike to remain in  the altered circumstances beside the South Africans whom  .they had known in former days. He gave  sas his  reason for   continuing   in   the  -field, that it was a soldier's duty to fight  until peace is proclaimed or until the  "Boer governments are captured."    .  United States Consuls as Go-Bet weens"  The treason trials in which Dr. Krause  'and Mr. Broeksma have recently figured  .brought out the remarkable fact, according to Mr. Edgar Wallace, the correspondent of The London Daily Mail, that "in  some- way or other .-this correspondence  between the intriguers at home and the  .Boers in the field has been carried on by  means and through the medium,of ihe  consul for the United States of America  at Tho Hague."  Wanted Little and He Got It.  "Say, boss," he began, "I - don't want  no money. I on'y ask yer ter pass me  into dat lunch joint and buy me a.square  meal." "Poor man!" exclaimed the  philanthropist; "I can't do that, but the  next man you ask may, so here's a pepsin tablet in case you overeat yourself."  , The King Interests Himself.  NEW YORK, October 23.���According  to the I endon correspondent of the  Tribune the king has taken great in-  est in the controver_.y about the Ladysmith, heliograms, winch',bas'been carried on without intermission sirce sir  Redvers Buleier made his unfortunate  speech a fortnight ago. Mr. Broderick  was summoied to Balmoral to give the  war office view of the affair and the return of the court to London was marked  by*' the official* announcement th^t siP  a._xy  ' "Let   no   man   hurt   him,"   ar<*>   the  .words which the wounded McKinley was  .credited with using with regard .to as-  .saesin, who was writhing in the hands  of an ai gry mob. "Be'Easy With Him;  Boys," are the words which  McKinley  actually used according to the  sworn  testimony of witnesses at the trial of  the assassin   "Let No Man'Hurt Him"  a? stilted'unnatural,'impossible in fact,  as the inscription on tho Borden memorial   cup,- which  the' Ottawa  Journal  and   Wcodsiock   Sentinel - Review   c.o  much admired. Brave men do not utter  formal platitudes in. their last moments.  "I will not send my mdii. to any place  where I will nut go myself,",,is _no better- than artificial travesty on the lasl  woi ds-of-Harold-BO-denf-'-Be-easy-witU-  him. boy.," is a fine paying m its revelation of character and worthy to stand  in history as the great words of William McKinley.���Toronto Telegram.  fed  " Praise the- sea but  keep on Iand."  Admire window  shoes ��� thaifs what  they were made'for.. ,  But keep on wearing the shoe you know  to be," as good as it  loo_--s>-7$4.00,.$5.50.  The Slater Shoe"  3to4m&*&.  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 BE SECURED.   ~ *'  For   further^ particulars   apply   to  Nelson Employment Agencies or to  the  :3  Will Close November 2nd.  BUFFALO, October 22.���The board of  directors of the Fan-American exposition this evening adopted the following: "Reeeolved, lhat Saturday, November 2nd, at midnight be fixed as th3  time of final closing of the exposition."  At midnight, November 2nd, the lights  of the elctrlcal tower and other lights  used in tho grand illumination will be  finally turned off  and  the  exposition  closed.  Arrangements  are  being  made  for   a   western   New   York   exhibitor's  day. The date will be announced later.  The .reduced rate of 15 cents admission  for tho school children of Buffalo has  been extended to all children inside of  Buffalo,  providing in  the ease of tbe  latter that they will be admitted at the  reduced rate when 15 or more of, them  come in charge of a teacher, the teacher  to  be admitted  free.  Applications  for  tickets   for   the   school   children   and  passes  for  the teachers   in  charge of  them shculd be made to the superintendent   of   the   bureau   of   information,  Buffalo.        Lord Cromer's Marriage.  LONDON, October 22.���Lord Cromer  (Evelyn Baring), the British diplomatic  agent and consul general in Egypt was  married here this afternoon to lady  Katherine Thynne, sister of the. marquis of Bath.  Greetings Quickly Transmitted.  . LONDON, October 23.���Cruisers; belonging to the channel squadi on will be  stationed 100 miles apart down the.  channel and cut to sea, to send by wireless telegraphy the first greetings of the  duke of Cornwall and York to king Edward and" queen Alexandra.  Invitations for Electrocution.  AUBURN, October 23.���Late this afternoon warden Mead issued and mailed  the invitations, to Czolgosz's electrocution. The newspaper representatives are  limited to the three press asociations.  R0H.VL -Nik &Tv3RE, Aberdeen Block  $****.**.*r.***.***.*.*.**.***i!r.**��  H. H. PLAYFORD &  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  -ift.  <.  nt  <n  f��  9  m  nt  9  ���n  i��  9  5 TOBACCO  m  9  i��  <n  ��*>  1-*.  JP P.O. Box637.  fi*.  AND  MERCHANTS.  Telephone 117.  '** **lr***** ��**&*-**���***&***&  X  m  m  9  ��.  nt  Ht  9  nt  9  Mi  tb  *  CIGAR |  Mi  i_  .��  nt  9  9  Ht  9  *  <.�����  CARLSON & PORTER  CONTRACTORS.  WANTED.  500 Day and Station Men  Eight   months'   work.     All   rock.  Wages $2.25 per day.  j. g. Mclean,  Elko,  B.C.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.'  All Kinds  of Teaming  Work.  and Transfer  Agouts for Hard and Soft) Coal. Impcirlal OU  Company. Washington] Brick, Limo & Manufacturing Compauy. Geneial commercial ngouta  and brokers.  All coal aud wood etrlctly cash on dolivory.  TKLTCPRO-VK U7.  Office 184 Baker St.  W. P. TIERNEY  Tolephono 265.  AGENT FOR, GALT COAL  BULBS  FOR  FALL PLANTING  WINTER  AMD  SPRING  FLOWERING.  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-C. Block.       Corner "Ward and HBssb r tftn  .te  m  Mi  Mi  m  Mi  tb  tn  Mi  OF  C0UK3E    YOt.    WANT  THEN   GO   TO  TI1E     BESIV  ���ARTHUR : GEE  in Tromont Blcck.   Ho .v3l suit you.  IJargo stock of imported season's goods.  Office:   Two Doors West C. P. R. Office  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets-  P. O. Box ESQ. TELEPHONE NO.  95.  NEWLIN& & CO.  AUCTIOHEE��\S, VALUERS, ETC.  Kootenay Street, next door to Oddfellows' Hall,  P. O. BoxC33 NELSON, B.C.  NOTICE      ;  :ij*a:*3*3l9*j:-j-*iU:  The uudersignord has resumed pro-  -prietcu-ship .of.; the blacksmith businnss  .formerly carried on by me and lately  carried on by R. B. Reiley, in the premises on Hall street near corner.of.Baker  street; All accounts due R B. Reiley,  are payable to me.'  H. D. ASHCROFT.  Nelson, B. C, October 15th,, 19M_    ,' ���g^����^'>��,_''-rrm'mff^  rnn m'lin *"Tnir**M--~. mim-IT". n_m>i  '���;.C..'.!  TBE NELS01ST TRIBUNE, ��� THUBSDAY 'MORM^tOCT  - .:��� ;���'.- ..iXir.XX   .rix ..���'��� ,;*'-..-V'- .';*: --������.-'���'.-. *.::^  ������: "Z--Z r .yxxZ-7:7ZZ7x7x Zx-xyx'.yy::yr:rz'r:rzpr^vY:7zfiZ:Z^'i^^^&s  CAPITAL, all paid W"-*12.0OT,000-00  pwam    7,000,uUu.lXJ  tlMDIvii-BD PROFITS       427,180.80  , Lord Strathcona and Mount) Royal ...Prosident  Hon. Goorgo A. Drummond......Vico-Presidout  E. a. Clovston ..... '*. .General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH y  1/        Corner Baker and Kootonay Stroot.-.  - A. H. BUCHANAN, Managor.  i    Hranoues In London (-England) N_w Yobk,  I Chicago, aud all tho prinoipal cities in Canada.  ,    Buy and sell Storllng Kxohango and Cable  Grant  Commercial  and  Travolora'  Credito,  ���available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made. __to.  Savings Bank Branch  CORBKNT RATK OF INTEREST PAID.  THE CANADIAN  '^-JF'COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATKD  THE  BANK OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA:  :    ;     HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.;"  Paid-up Capital,   '   -     -     -'   S8.000,000  Reserve Fund,   -  ���    -     -     -  82,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOUHCES OVER $85,000,000.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President.  B. E. Walker,  .. v Gonoral Manager  London Office, QO Lombard Stroot, B. C.  New *_"or_-  Ofllce, 18   Exchange   Place.  and 6_ Branches in Can:ida ana tho  Vnitcd States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:     ;  Interest allowed on deposits.   Presonb rate  threo per cent.   .-..���;-' ,*���,''. :--: '*.,-'."���      '  GRANGE V. HOIlT,  "-.*: Manager, Nalson Branoh.  OF    OJ^3-T-A_:DJ9_-  Capital (paid up)  Rest       -  $2,600,000  $1,850,000  HEAD  OFFICIO. TORONTO, ONTARIO. .  Branches in Northwest Territories, Provinoes pf  Uritish Oolumbia.Manttoba; Ontarioand Quebec  H. 8. HOWliAND...  D.R. WlLKiE   K. BAY ;.....:..  .......... Pi eaidenc.  .Gonoral Manager.  ..........Inspoctor.  -*��i?'  ,f0>l'X00y00:*:0K0\000100* 0*0 '.000*  NELSON   BRANCH,  '        '.       "BURNS BLOCK."       '' ...  A gonoral banking business transacted.  Savings -.opurtmont,���Deposit, received and  intorest allowed.:'   ' '���''���'������-.��� .-��.  Drafts sold, uvailahle in all parts of Canada;  ;UnitedSttitesari(t*K_ro_ e. ,:��� ���,'<'.������-..,  Special, attontion given to collections.       .,   ��  ;.^:..'-i;^_A.:*:^.-,M^^AY,i.Mana  __&__S_t>i__V'!___S_ ���_____'*���JSSi^ifi^i00't*0'0^* 00-.'00.'  '000m0*0'~00'00'*0:000$ <>.^ST'^ST'���SET'*�����-�����_-tS-T*  '00' G__\__yi_____\'0*07' 0&_ *000  ��� ______ _HT* ___*��� 000*00**.-^.- j---. *.  _EST? St"* SB*"-_0-"- <G0'-^t0 _B_."___.  fi  i ���' i yy, 'j ix?$Mxiyf\  xryMxy^ss&iW  ���r-%mM  "All*; repairsywprk ;pirpmptly*;ffe^--j|  (-^tited.  GRAND FORKS���There is considera-  ,( T.le activity in building circles. About  1,15 private dwellings and three stores are  |/under construction.  MIDWAY���It is reported that the Re-  I-view mine on Myers creek will bo placed  [on the shipping list as soon as there is  I sufficient snow to admit oi hauling the  Iforo to -Midway.  YMIR���Returns for last month from  l.the Ymir mine indicate a net profit of  T$2l),G00. About-350 men are, employed  I about the mino and mill and in the con-  [struction of the new cyanide plant.  GRAND FORKS���Colonel- Lirsley and  [party,-who have been making; cxamina-  Itions in tho North Fork coal fields for  [the Granby smelter company, which has  [taken an option on over 10,000 acres, re  turned Saturday evening and submitted;  his report. Nothing is known ;yet what;  the outcome of tlie report Svlll';be.y;j  YMIR���^A rich strike'is^reported frbmv  the Commodore group .near:; the ...Ymir;  mine. "The No. 2.tunnel _i_sVb_en driven!  300 .feet and lias encountered .a seam.ofj  ore 12 inches wide,which runs up in the|  hundreds.       '������;.>!���;'������...'������' 7X:':x  ..-^-;-;';-.  MICHEL���James Peat,y. an:, oil*; driller,  who has been y at *: work,,*v_iear.;.; Michel,-"  claims that a valuable oil "property,, has  been located in that district, and a,com-}  pany intends to go into; the'Imsihess'Vof!  pumping the oil.xiZ ZZ'Z 7;'Z77Z. x.7. Zx:Xr 7  MIDWAY���Donald;McLennan; of Gle'n-)  garry, Ontario^; ?whpi*lately^"arrived^in]  Midway to dispose*-)f-th'e?estate of;Malcolm McQuaigy v. ho died about two years;  ago, has had the remains;of ;t-_e deceased ;  removed from the; old; cemetery backj of  the :town; toithe;;new.;location .'on' the'  bench west 'of .'andv ad jbinihg 'the, Midway]  townsite, yla-telysefeapart; by the iprbvin-|  ,cial'government.as a .cemetery.  * *; ���_    ..)  '��� !;__.bs_-I.AND-^!*'S/;Wiiiiams,;;^  ���'cial.yof theyfederal,;,immigration depart--  ment; dispatched 'tdy-Rossland .;forv the;  purpose ��� of! investigating '.'the:; alleged!  breaches of the Alien: Labor Act fetiirned;  tb 0-tawa-yesterday.:':y:^v;^'y;-i;;;.'y*>' y;yI rZ  :*��ROSSL-^-34feA.yshipmelnfyof "rbofingj  slates-for"thei pbstpffice has;_een r^ee'eive'd.'  from the' Pennsylvania; quarries''and:;th'e'  ���work" of ^finishing ilieyrobf ;Avill -beycbih-���  iheritbd;;at:ybhce;yy^e; slates'k^  bluish-gray- tint';and''. afey of' fine'quality..;  An -'expert?slatery;wll;^bSy:brbught fromv  theyCbastito diy!ttie.-wofk.!*������ t*f. .V;y'������;y::':";r':.  If you need; a Silver Tea, Set -call ;at Jacob Dover't.^store;;  For a Sterliug Manicure\ Set iwrite to Dover's jewelry "store.  _For finest Cut Glass^gp^o Jacob Dover's. ixxZY'-YzS ZZZyZz  For Karn Pianos try Jacot> 'Dover.    ; "^x/yr  Piano Lamps and Onyx ;Tables can be bought'-atiriy store.  yFor a Wheeler' andyWilgOn Sewing Machin.., at; Doyev!srr  Do you need ainice Aiantle.'Clock? ' Call at Dover's store. ;"y  *,For piftra6nds;audiPj-ecious Sto  Ladies' AYatehes set with'Diamond  ; I1 invite;you *^one ;imcl:. all;jytd��� do^ "business "with/';me,:__._���;  ' all' :myv goods.'are;; guaranteedY-Y '.._i'-i_r!.I'^iv;"^-.5v���"^-.^^^^fs^ji.'.T-'^i-S;:-  .��.aj?:_5  ^r^&z7rz$MM  :s-&xfimi>  -- i_-:.._t  XfiW  x$iM  P.; R^ Time; Iriisperttiri;  NELEOV, Ba  Maih order receive.oun prompt  :.'* c'i.'y>.y *'*������,:* 't*Y'-* jf* x/y:x^<y{--'-.yr'ii>!-p.:-i..**zy  '^S5'liS5ISIf^iS^^^^'  t4.  THE LOSS OF THE ISLANDER  Board of Inquiry's Report..  VICTORIA, October 23.���The commis-  Isioner and  assessors appointed to  inquire into the-loss of the Islander this  [morning gave their finding as follows:'  [After carefully considering the evidence  [given at the investigation ordered to inquire into the causes of the wreck of  [the   steamship-  Islander   in   Stephens''  f pass age, - near  Douglas  island,  Alaska,  .we find: 1  1. That the Islander was a steamship  of 1495 -tons gross registered tonnage,  bulit  of  steel   at  Ybker,   Scotland,   iii  18SS; that the vessel was fully officered  and.manned5with a crew of 65 persons;  was in a thoroughly seaworthy condition previous to the accident;:that hei",  ^equipment was complete in every particular according to 'the regulations of  Uio Canadian Steamboat Act;  that her;  officers were qualified to fill their several ratings;- that the crew in the different   departments   were   sufficient   in'  number to insure the safe navigation ol*  the  ship  and  the safety  of those  en  board.   .  ..- ...   ��� ,.    ...;.,    ., .      . ..    .......  V/v. 2:fFrom 'the evidence of* theycrew;n.hdi  Exports  it appears ;thaty;the;;shipy w:is  navigated *in they manner and custom of  ythe._ trade  in* Avhich  she .was; engaged,  ."������tlio;''; navigation "beingV,left* .alternately.  yWitti\ the.y;.captain ^  ^-mastery had:?no.*yspecial- iiii-tructibhs.-rah  .���laiiing; to .l.lie; navigation of; tlae Vessel;  'frpmaheyowEcr^yandthat'^p  ttph,. mahtigement; and-'discipline 'of th'-  ��� ei-ew.-''-was'.'entirely.-left;'to.-liiiri.- '���' ; 7:   *  :;>���*.3/ That;tlie vlslaiidi-r*; left; Skagway,  Alaska,; oh August :14th :,last yat yibout  7:30 p.iu; aiid was totally; wrecked nt  abouty2:15 ��� a.m.   of   the , 15th, Augusti  1301,���"'.���. by.: contact;-''with - some .unknown  si.Lstar ce. (presumably anice drift very  yjffi-iicli^.bmjr^^^  in; less .than; 20 miuut-s afteFH^heycollision; and resulting;; in the loss/ of tlio'  lives of the master, .16 of the crew, and  -'23':" passei gets,    of   whom   two   wero  children. ������'���:.-���.. ���-.���'���- ���;:-������:';-  i. It docs not appear from the. evidence adduced thiii /th�� master was/  aware: of-the imminent danger in which  the ship was;placed, hence.the lack- of  prompt and. .���������'solute means in arousing  iho crew a'ud'.'*passengers, who were  ' a&Ieep it: the cabins,*in placing an officer and crew to each boat and enforcing  - tho proper cuiota of passengers to ea .h  i-ioat. -The evidence clearly t-hows that  the capacity:" of th(? boats was sufficient  to atcc.mmodate every person on board,  Taut owing to the want of proper management and discipline there was a rush,  to the boats at the last moment which  was beyond the control of the omeers  and members, of the crew engaged in  ; putting the boats into the water, thereby- preventing the resc-jo of severial  .valuable lives. ���-.������:���.  "'���v 5. While due praise must be .awarded  to these of the officers and crew who  vexhainea: by the  ship  until she sank  .ilu'cler their feet iand for the," assistance  of  the passengers  to reach the boats  and   every   other   available: means   of.  lire's ervat'ir*n' as . presented; .themselves,  -;-\vo cannot Ignore thcyfact thafc thure  iVy;-as an unpardonable lack of appr-i^iei,-'  tion of the existing danger to their fel-  " Ioav-passengers shown by those in the  boats   regarding   the  rescue  of .others  who  for  the' want   of an  opportunity  'had nbt: been able to avail themselves  of   tho  ���opportunity   ci-  boarding   thc  boate before they left the ship's side.  6 While admitting tbat the vessol  ���jv-PS generally navigated in a careful  T-na.n.r we fir. d that no -pecial instuM-  -tions had been is_ned by the master to  ���-lie P'lot, or rerson in cha,rge.* of th-i  dc^vhen he left tho bridge, relating  to the navigation or speed of.the vesse  in the erent of falling m with floating,  ice which was not .unexpected hi tho  locality'tl. mash ..which- the ship wis  -p.-ssine- We thiwt: that pilot Leblanc i._  ���open to cecsuro for Up action, for keep-  InK the ship at Tn.\ r-P?^ at the rate of  -nearlv fourteen knots an. 1-our after 1ip.v-  ������ir-*-feeii flf'atlif. ice some t��-n minutes,  hciore ihe . cci_h;*at. W. would also o.ij-  ���:domn* the custom apparently in vo-.ue i  ''���iii coast waters in leaving the bridge  'of any _t_.an-.cr at night and more es-  -D��c'ially a rassenger steamer in charge  iri! only one -officer. We also find tUat  'there is no prbpf_on*'thel.eyidence:;befpf.e  us that the kssiof .tl-e'Islandfcwasydue  to the intemperance-Sf ;the;,:;master ;;or,  others. : (Signed); ZiZryr::Z'rrrZ7X:ZZ'7  ���'(,'   JAMBS   GAODIN,-.Commissioner:^ .  jchn G: CQ^yZZxyyzyyyxxzr.  J. A. THOMPSON,;,Assessors.Zyyy.  "Would I>ieloiphinese SpilJ;ZYZZy  NEW YORK^Octqber^S^^WiGhou^  ���perhaps the (wealthiesty;ma^  .Yoi'k's China^owii;|is:;;g;bin^;backv;^  China to live butihis'bldy'ageln^theiux^;  ury which can;be"'purchasbd>with;the forf;  tunc he has amassed; inythisXcity^ysays;  tho Tribune! '; He:; will.leavei;New; Yoi-k'  Monday for, Canton^;with*;his*^ife,;;jan  three, children?yl.or_i;:.iriy;this^ity.;y "In  China he,has .wp''pther;wi'i*"es;*>^p_h:;fe;  lias not seen for/fiveyyeai-sip:^His; mother,;  now S4 years old, .isaivpippryhealt^andy  Lee wants to see* her_;agaihybeforeyshe;  dies. Tho fortui^^hich^EeeijisyJtakirl^;  back,to China::is-variously estimated;at-  from. $125,000 ;tq;^?15P,00()fJ^He;i;g^yhis;;  start" in Canada,y'whenj;t-ie;;0j';Py^;]w  being built, byicarryihg/outTsbme heavy;  conti-acts.' - 'Tlienybetr^^tytO'f'Pprtland^  Oregon; and opene^y;/ar!smair:nSto^e.!-;AJ  number-ot - years'ago��� heycame; tb;;;New;  York aud founded;:la, VChiheseyytrading  iirm; avhich became ;ohe of the" lai;gest'in  tho Chinese quarter,?;and/hastvaSbraricby  ih Boston. I-Ieus' 60;*years.;olcl, and -\vhile*.  his health is gbbd^h&lsyairaidypfij-yin^  ln;ay-oreign;landfandfw-_l;'not^  If 'he; can*, help;;*it;v:.; Z Z'- Z:7 'ri - x yx x.y '��� ���;;* y.  y yyi'-vAmei_d--d!;:;the':Injunctibh.;y;;.y^; yy  wSHEliBNiii;* Montana^-October;2_.^rhe  ;supreme..court_'-,has.amciitiedythe Injuiic^  tioii;'.isisii^yin-;'favor; of: ;;the-yA_iacpnda;  ;''Minin_.'*G6__i)any^''against*-'the;:;MoMana'  ��� Ore 'Purchasing, Company*; involving; the  Siicw Bh'd'mine: ,'By^^ reason ofytlie in-;  'jimctibri ���asbriginaily; issued: tlie':M6h_  taiir. Ore-Piirchasihg Compariy;was,'fo'ref'  ed to1 clcs'o the-Pennsylvania'ariclvRarus,  mines,* as they, aro operated, through-the  Snow Bird workings.. .Uuder 'the am-:  ���ended -injunction, the������ co'mpaiiys-is* prp-:  hibited from--taking ore from the Snow  -BirdT'_-but_not-froni4isinK_tho_-Wor.kings.;  as that \va3 hot asked: for in the orig-.  iual application. ' Orders have been sent  to Butte yto resumo operations' in*, the;  Pennsylvania, /fhe Montana Ore Pur-  chasing' Company is controlled by., F..  Augustus HQinze,        , ;-;*.,        ������'..'.-.."  ^N;IROWKDlSi__liR0S!r  ���_���: Dismissal Was* Inevitable.-\;, y ���  : LONDON, October 23.���The afternoon_  papors' agree that' the dismissal of general. Bullbr 'from command- of'the First  Army Corps and.placing him on half-  pay was..inevitable;. It appear, that the  goneral was only officially; notified of tho  decision late yesterday evening, the notification beng delivered at his official  residence at Aldershot by a special .messenger going from the war office at about;  the timo that it was issued tolhe newspapers. This morning's army ordersat  Aldorshot announces that general Buller had already given up his command.  '    No Recent Advices From Samar-;  MANILA; October ?3.���Nothing., has  been heard from the island of Samar for  three days, owing to the typhoon blowing down, the telegraph wires,*-exc-pt-  ing one cable niessage and mail advices..  Admiral; Rogoro has received a rep.rt  . by. gunboat; Vhile lie bas notified the  troops at the ports to be on tthisir guard  on account of the surprise and massacre  of Company B of the ,Ninth; regiment at  Balahgi ga,- At; Pamjubam in Samar all  ihe buildings;in the vicinity of the bar-:  racks were immediately razed.  Comiskey Signs _*om Daly.  ; CHICAGO,���October 23.���Charles Comiskey has signed Tom Daly for his team  next season, according to the Chronicle.  Daly is the Brooklyn club's star, player  and fourth in the list of National  League second basemen, having an average of 950, His batting average is  310.  ������:���*     -.     ���   '-���-;'���.       ��� ,     *y       .    -  ' Shamrock II for Sale.  : NEW1 YORK, October 23.���According  to the Herald, sir Thomas Lipton has  determined to sell Shamrock Hand she  is now on the American market. Before  sir Thomas left New York for Chicago  the beaten challenger was placed in the  hands of ya^bt brokers of this city with  orders to soU-litx The price fixed is not  known. ",";'';".'  x. :> ;;s';;;Fpr. Jthe 5XJiiited'!KingM_n-);;; ZZ-Z'Z'.:  ?.:i:i^wi��^R^  {jected'anmlgarnation bfi^evbusinessln^l  ; terests;i;;pf i^'he:. ��� iarge st;^i_-oii;y'and: y steel!  ;;_^��nfactiu-ei's;v;in^they|j_i  jhas^so_;-lfaivy;pscap^  ::the;^*Tri^ne'_v^';;L^^oil_^  '���T^e^crinatibnjof ;^  :;:Coriicr'^ibny:;^^|the';^s^  ��� cpriMiitra tibrisyi of ;|;:;c^i&ly��in!^Eurppe:;  .Thb.i'Oerman;gifon;*J;r_ias^  ymi^facturOT^;.i^^^  ; bf ;*^he;*Krupps;;; b ay e ^yb^nfende^qringi  ytbr^rganize'ianyi^iistrial^  ; ana^theVB.Jgian )mine;: ^nersyandtirpii;.  . and r steel y;.m^ufi^tu.ersy^h  :mbying;yi-i;,tlie'; samp ydirecti bh^The! .inr_;  ; terestsyof ibtitli- 'tliesa, epuntries.^a-^'cenvy  ' tered,:; iii; a; f e^y hanclsy aiid; tb'esc-; cjo nibii \zi.  Rations,y;v Jh lib ? nbtv yet3baect.*!^,vyiare.easy;;  in 7 compa^v ispri'"-^tii;ytlie liamalgam^iony  ipftthpJBi-itish-lrbffiand;^  i^urei^^:wbbsc^lnte-^stsyiere'.Y^  vm6impu&y magnitude _;Prp  atipns;;teye n(f!eh;;i-e(iuired,_:: butv;a;ycpm_;  bination: is.;,l. eing .arrarlged^^  of Z.the la;gestyirbri; aiidV_.teel:-rnaiiufac^  tiirers Pf the .)ibi;th;Vand;south"jwit-i; thb;  help Pf; ai-' Aniei'icaii";!���-rgauizer.-^Tlilsi  ;;cbmbiriatibr: will.contipl; the Vmahufac:  tiire.',of rails'jliiiy-'the'.'.Uriitcav^ICinsclor-i':  ,andJwili:h_.vb a cash Capital ;bf;.�� 20,000.':;  000,-end when another:-grpup of large;  maiiufacturern;;of. iii pri|ahd .steel^yA'itli  "whom negotidtibns'.are"now. iii*progress;  is drawn^In'the capitalvwill'bf.lrici'cased  to ��40;000,600. "The ipro.iected'entcrpris'i:  is;exciusivelyyEi. glish: andvls^nptyppn-r  riected !lii, any.:way',witli;'���','i.he;';X/nite(i;  States ^Steeb* Cbrpbration-^It"isliibt^pr^  ganized 'in.'hostility, to' American��� cofe  bination->^iiv*th6;pame-indu3tryv->but:j-is;  a.: necessary1:: measure for ymutual ;;prb?;  tection-,'ai;d/ self d.fehse'; for theLy.im-.'  meiise massed of;Eiigllsli'/capital;inves-  * ted: iii* iron, anil steel manufacture.;,The  ,c6hcen'tr-.tion:ot capital in.thelron;and  si.*ol .industry ^will .open., the^iiyyfor^  Isi^ar lrivemeuts^among-EHglish-min-j^  owiie-���'_.'shiiping Iiries and toxtile:trades;  a.nd even, i ailways, which are���;��� now;:'opt  crating against one another.       .;   yZiZZ  z. 7 ZjYveniau "������.- Z:-"r-: "y.  '.'������ LONDON, October 23.���On the aiithbr-.  Ity of the secretary of one of the largest  ! steel companies in England, a represen-  tativo of the Associated-Press is.able.tp  I say that thero will not be anysteel trust  Iformed.here.    There" may   possibly^be  some compinations of smaller concerns,,  : but tho .steel, trade of England is.praer,  tically in the hands of three firms and  ! these concerns emphatically deny that  :they comteniplatc amalgamation or;ab-  sorbption.       ��� j '��� ' ' ���  Steel Company Prosperous.  MONTREAL;! Octobor 23.���The direc-  Jtor's of the   Dominion   Iron' and Steel  Company held a meeting here today/Reports submitted were most encouraging.'  ���Mr.' Moxham stated  the  third: furnace  had been,placed in operation last.week, ���  Increasing the  capacity to; 25,000  tons,  monthly, and that when the last furnace.,  is started the production can be kept up  t: xxt^xxy .;b5*  tzrrxzzr^  YYYY0$%  ;-;rr<r?^r;ri-!\_  imYmm  mmm&��  f\yyymm  ���*ri^!:yif;t^ifd��i:  ^   .. l^"-lb___i",:,..' '���-&11tiSs.  \mrmmm  \$Y00m  yi&i?Zi��$0ik  silfefiS_|M..  Sikii^ipMkw  M -;  lite?       _  .iii.    u-  mm   >{  to; 1500;,tons _daily-.'-Half i the; steel- plant!  Zwill:-:b8:lnnoperatioii.;by the/new;;year-|  yit-;was ystated 'ytliat .a Llarge exjienditiire:'  .y,et.iTemairied itb^be. .,made;;;befpre*;:.th6|  : w hblei;schbme Jwas iinypperatiqn;.^_W^en:|  ���-this mbhe^is^r^uir.ed)i4rrang^^^  ybb,.made_tb ��� secvirelt ^romvthe'/Banlt^bfj:  'l-fbntreal/.i'Cdna^i^.Banic pf.;cbm-nercef  ;ahdTR.byal:;Bahlr.;:yNbpiw  ;be������.issued/-ZZZZxxZrZZxZ-:'Z-' '���ZZyZZZZZl  7xxn&rrZ:r-.���*.���.',,;.-.���'.;:,."*. ���*;?::*:':-*'.-\':i:/.-;''yi.  ���;.yMf&iRan^jMa^**Be;;!Fr(.^  ;:;y*WN^^N#i^PLE^  ;Cbid;^rai"& yareyy fanin_;'^iny-^-..v4istrict|  wlier e ^t^Sbi^g^ds^^'. ho |abdu'ct|id f Miss-j  : ,^3Jleny:M., S tonexi tie^American^miSsibii^?  iaixyy are yepiiceaieidy andva;prplb-iged--stay;|  lii^heimoui^teirisMs^bblievedyto^b^  rm^tylmpb^ible-evenSforithei brigands.^  ;Hence*:it .isycbn-idCTed?likely:;thatJthe5*.'j  ^Ulrfhas fen^tpftrel .^ captive;, as.  . sbpn^!t-^^canfsecurejthe ranspimarid;  ;;;t^-iiisperse 'Ziib7t tbeire; lionies-;:.. No '/wbrtf*  {iiasZ, come ?-f rbiny tliel? missibnaries.;tbday,;s  (thbugli^jW^^/i-^^t^traas^er^  ;sibns I her e ,Hb^hb_nkthey y cbmmiinicated>;|  is:'_itiil:mpst;libp^ul^3Mr..:peet  Ipeetin^-fewsguntil";: he��is *. asked';;tp a'f of _  ?;.yard;tbe"gbld^wli^ch!vitiis estimaitediwijig  ;|?weigh .bet^eeiiy30b^^d^0  |i��cr|��_ft^fcocl^^  .Sealing; Cbmp any.lias.air ea dy, shippedJtby  'iWi.iy-';.��,y;*;t--.--i'( ���...y'r.~^\ZZ.-'^:y77r,.'.-_[i'':.-- ���:,������'-���' -.-'--. ���   ������������ ���-���:.,:^-,.'r-.*..*S-:i  fLcmilony5p0:^kins-tek^  ^fsliiiiisiseasbn^Tn'e^nly; arriyatiyestferK  **day;;was |.the -yVi\a;p50yskiiis;: Tiiis'^eayesV  ^slxteen|of*, thejBehring.Vsea fleet'iarrdtp-i.^-'  Jpt ;;th^^^ie^fleetistiUyout. Jlhytlie^lat--:  ���|^_^'ffl^tf;tiiereiywefe*.__l;;;s^  tfplacing^tl.b-cAtcliybf^  ;;ati'700;^sh%y*a_*yftpbrtedvsc^  ���witJS;460 j.. the. catch; S'hich ,huntsypfi:;they  ; Calif brnia_ jy^stj'arid'i^en^w  cceahV:Wili;;total :'7b68::; One :schooher;^ the"  City'of :San.Diegb^',tppkfl033.;l|^es^  rest of the.;Behf iiig:: sea fleet^tdke*?_nofe;  ^b_.nithbs(--;already,in;; the-catch; of ���. tliat.  fleet;Svil_ybe'-a'-_hbft;pne.y��'_;K_M^  ���ff^m-r!  ?3_*i--  mz.  "���7Z Peru: in\a- Prosperous^Cohdition^;y-y  ���^SANiFRANCISCO^'^  ;p.' Dudley, -United ;;States|;minister;:;tb  Periiihas; arrived; on;;ai; vacation. trip.;lii;  ah interview,; he said (y 'tCoiidi tioiis p * iii  Peru,. 7. politically ;yicbmmercially.:'^and  financially; ar^fluite saUsfactbr^Uy'l.here  bavp; beenyiibjpplitical .distu.rbe'nc'es��� clii-  ring .the-past^seyen:; years. :^_ Z:7 Zy -Z.yZ;  STREET.. "NELSON.  V  Lighted by Eleciricityand Me a.  '���:**": -7x- .���-.-     ��d-_w_th=,yot#Ain_  Large comfortable bedroorus and flrst-  class dining: room. Sample rooms for' commercial ; men. ��������� ������.-.���..������.'. ;'*":y';      ;':'','  RATES S2 PER DAY  (I-IWIITBO)  CORNKK OP  HENDRYX AND VHRNON BTRKKTS  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  ou Id ings  M White Pine lumber Always in  We cany a complete Htnck of  CcaHt Ptoorhig, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turn.<i-Work, Sa**b &nd Dnora.,  j Specinl- or'i..r work will r��ceiv��  prompt attention  Porto Rico Lumb 3r Co.Ltd.  r8^?E':.C/*C!ap^e^'Prdp.  Lato of the Royal Hotol. Calsury  lmpeHal^ote!,Hfe!sDr|  ���'     (Fonnorly kuown ne tlio Silver lving)  ;.|OITICE^BAKER^S-TfiEEr,p.Tl.;^  :yyy::%r&x��yh;-  aw��.v  xyxxf.  pRBIiEpBUlliBINaSSPNEpiiaPi  llipiiilliiliiliiiiiiit  m.:  ���&���?/-.  yy  SS"''  .s;jiVi;j";'i  JftC  i^xJMa^^  W  Mis  y  ommzmsmms^mmmvsmmm^m  ^^ri-?.-s��t^*.::.,-y.y,:i;'-..l,*-.--y'''..,.i#.^  :__-______-_-____--_________-_____________^___________^  :.p_yrS!-:,|;S;Si.Si��-.Sii;(;*!.t^.pi^  *_..,..|.,__t.,vv-/.,...:.....i,,l_..,.,^^^  jOFFICE_$ BAP_. STREETWESTi ff El SOff^ B.;C.  TELEPHONE HO. 219.  :*_ i'.'yr^  yy^XuXXi  'YY/Yz  'ZzYYYy  P.O.  BOX 688.  - This hotol, in tho contrnl pnrt of tlio city, him  beon entirely ronbval _d ami improved.  Tho commodious bar In supplied with all the  boKt brands of liquors, wines and cigar* and is,  under tho poreonal rnanagoiiionb of Mr, J. O.  Naisniith.  , Tho dining room and rcstnurant arc conducted  'on tho European plan/ and theso and tho hotel  "accommodation aro under tho management of  Mrs. Gorman/whosc large oxporionco is a guarantee of tho eomforts of tho hotel.  mmrrz^GrQ&Dzmoprmm&m  ���i'/-r^y'iy:'-'7.~.:,-ryi0im-^��'~  \4_  .' ���       .   --   .*.*..���.   .. *......   ...  .. -r-*,^:-.^.^*..^V.T.-,...   ^,..._.^7_,y/.^..  . .���v^y;^;:__?^  gadder. House  Baker and Ward  Streets,  Nelson.  The' only hotel in Nelson that has re-  ,mained under one management since 1890.  'The bed-roomr w<* "well furnished and  lighted by electnei_>.  The bar Is always stuuuea hy the best  domestic and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MA1.DEN, Proprietor.  HOTEL   ROSSLAND.  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best dollar a 'day  house in town. House and furniture new  and flrst class in every respect. Lighted  by gas. Rooni and board $5 to ?6 per  week. No Chinose employed here.  J. V. O'LAUGHUN. Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANaS, Manager.  Bar stocked with best brands of wlnos,  liquors, and 'cigars. Beer, on draught.,Large  'comfortable rooms. Firat claw tab_i board.  ,321 TO 331 BAKER STRKKT, NKLSON':  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated py Steam 25 Cents to $1  AMERICA^ AMD EUROPEAN  C___i!_a -'. PLANS    '.*���-'  miis &  WholB^^^ Retail  ^n^n^bo: Dealers in Meats  Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Ne\��  Denver, Revelstoke, Forgnson Grand Forka, Greenwood, Oascode Olty, Mid  way, and .Vancouver.  Mail Orders Phomptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS .OF,  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  :*\Vl_OLKS-��LI-,AND UK-TAIL  F!SH AMD POULTRY IN SEASON  f?__i0sM_��5 E. C. TRAVES, Manager    ORDERS BY MAIL! RKCEITK PROMPT ATrKNTION.  .y^rniity; Zirzrzmrxsyxfy^yyyxxmmslm^  y. 'Houscho.dora. arc ���i;cq��ircd.yon:ior:'*boforo.*''tho!'r&Kxs��vi$  ^flrsfc^lay,jif-]-oCciiiI)ur}to,cntdv.-^ithi'thoVurid-r-;^|^J  -signed: tlich- nmiiei", lis a *. v_i-r,*ft__tlolIver nt'tlib-^;:Xmk^,  .siiine.timeVii-:���_tatwt-ji'y..dc-iiiratioi- ���in-tliC-fonii'f.S.W'-f'SIf,,  -providedvby the 8t_it.ul.c^:i^XifkZiXiS-im.5;S>___H'��^?aw*v%^  y;.>t.o\w>n.-_l.G'.\.0&uhi!rs\S\,W,-.mi_V^^^^  'x:.,,:x:cx77zryZxxxxyz": "7*'-'..' r : x7ZZZZZ-rZiZyS^  yT6';:jolin.;;J..:-;Me'Aridi-ew-V:f6rfit65  .*'*-;o'r'.-.person's. iu; w_ioih'rhe;.'may������ h_lVo;^traiiS-*,''''"'"i���'ta���  '::'."ferredVhi_l:il)tl-l'l;-!tVI_[ 'Lhe -Ulack VUimoiiil,  ��� ������;niiiiei-al,..clalm,>;situate "on fthe.north' hide  ;of.;Bear; crock,; about-,three 'miles -fiom  the town ot*.Yitiir, lying south o_.and ad- *  ,  joining;the.yl-vennlt.   Star:mineral claim.  Nolson *'mining division of West Kootenay  y-dlstrlct;. and   reortrded/in   the 'recorder'3  ^^onicc; fory: .the��Nels>.on^miidng,.division.  -���-Y6u-aifd-Ciicb.---TyouTfure-Kereby-iiOtiile(_.���-  that*, li liavenexiionded   two   hundred -.and  twelve:   dollars*;and "  twenty-live   ycentfi  ($212.25)   In   litboi-  and   improvements'upon  tho'abov <- mention (-il mineral claim in order  to liold: said '.mln'eVnl* claim under, the-provisions \oC, thef 'Mineral Act, and  if Within  ninety' day.,  from   the date of this notieo  yuii  tail  rx-'ivfu. e to contribute your; portion or all such expenditures together;���with  all  costs rot-advertising,  your Interests in  the said  claims  will  become the property  of the sub. eribo.  under section 4 of an act  entitled,   "An Act  to  Amend   the  Mineral  Act. 1900.' . JOHN DEAN. '*@B  Dated at-Nolson' this Uth day of Septem- .gf  ber,. 1901.^-"..-,./-. ..*:        . ������:-.   ,,- .���':.:���-..-���/ fm  :xyyxxy^:xxx-S0TlGE.-xyy-x- -  - -m  " NOTICK is hereliy givon that wo intend lo i. ;$��  apply nt tho next silting of Uio Hoard of Licenco m  ConmiisHionors for tho Cityof N'elwin, to bo held ,  -m  after tlio expiration of thirty days from tho duto ^  hereof, for a transfci-of tlio retail liquor licenco im  now hold by us for the ]ironii_u_ known iw tho *;ijj  "Gluo Pot'1 saloon, .itiiatc on Vornori street in -sa  the City of Nelson and on the west half of lot -*. /era  block 2. rtubdivislon of lot!��. group I, Kootonay j^s  District, to Williiun A. (.oiinefl of the snld Cityof J -h  Nelson. .                                                                         s     ������ J.;  Dated at Nelson tli:1! seventh day of October **��� *.  19(11.                            WALJISI-EY & JUOWKa "^  Witness: K.C. Davison.                     ' j. J  ���-������������-���-  if  NOTIOE. ' _$  . NOTICF. Is hereby givon thnt T in'end to apply *       �����.  at tbo next.��i!ting of the Botrd of l.iconco Com- ���* p  mi6sioncrs for the City of Velenn. to bo hold .        ^  after tho expiration of thirty days from tbo date   " > iS  hereof, for a transfer of Iho retail Hqunr lictnco 'Jcl  now held by mo for tho premises situate on lob x&  1, block 12, Baker stroet, Nelson.'and known aa '     J mi  tho "Athabasca" saloon, to Norman T. Macleod. M  ot Nelson.                                I'. J. RUSSELL. . ?J  Witness: Jas. O'Shea. ��ii  Dated this 27(h day oi Septembor, ISni. *���$         i  NOTIOE. i  .__. * ^"k*:  Wo beg to notify tho merchants and busines -ft*  men of Nolson that wo havo pnrchased the bus! '~d  ntss and good wi'l of tho Paoiflo Transfor Com- ffi  pan-.-, which it is our intention of incorporating ">'*���  with tho bu-<ine*w ot the Nelaon Freighting & jt?  Transfer Company, wo remain yours            : -'S'  R. H. WILLIAMS, -fii  Manager NelsonF. &Ti'.Coxi-. -XyxiZZxi  OEETIFIOATE  OP IMPROVEMENT "'  NOTICE. - MONUMENT      MINERAl.  claim, situate in the Nelson mining ��� division ot West Kootenay district. Where lo- '  cated: At the head of Grohman creek oa  Grohman   mountain,  '.i'ake  notice  that, I,*;  J. M. McGregor, -acting as agent for Steve :  Hawkins,    free    miners    certificate    Nov:,  b50,435, and Louis Strain;, free miner's cer-.  tificate No. b37,_93. lntenc sixty days iror_i  the date hereof, to app'..<   :>.i the mining recorder for a certificate    ���   improvements^  for-the purpose of obta/.      s a crown grant,  that action under sectu.-.   .-. must be corn-  that action, unded.sectl .��� i7, must be com-,.  menced before the Issuance of such' oeiv  tificate of lmprovemen*>'      __ ������__^_   ..;  2   ML. McOKBOOIC J  Dated thla Uth i0��^ >,*. HMgVk VSBU -___J,..  zrmm  "*CT..J*;��J'._!i Iw^aa&bgiBa&aBmti^V #j  r #&_.���*-  J~*vB0-Hir3fr>M-*'irrs -^-,r.ar��K:?_?**r>_t_r^jtirir��ii��u..t'a.J^.��.���pj��-*  -V�� >_U3-_'."<-St_>llj_��*..j<*_--4  f-_WHW-__.  THE ffELSOST TRIBUTE,  THURSDAY   MORNING/ OCTOBER 24, 1901  Mr  Ml  Ml  Ml  _.  Ml  Mi  Mi  Ml  Ml  l_  Mi  Mi  Mi  t_  ���*,  _��  \_  *  *  U-  t.  _>  ti.  *  lb  Mi  Mi  lb  11/  Mi  Mi  ^*******.*.*.***.*.**.*.**.*.*.*-**.*:*.**.****.*.*.***.*.**'**.**.*.****.**.*^(f:  WATERS  There are a great maiij*- kinds of waters, but those  we wish to cull your attention to particularly at  present are our  TOILET AND FLORIDA WATERS  N-  A necessity for bath and toilet.  FROM 25 CENTS UP.  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  ^93tI *** ****************** ************************��ii?$l  9  9  nt  9  9  nt  9  9  !.  9  9  9  m  9  m  9  9  n.  9  9  9  9  m  m  9  9  nt  nt  nt  oys  Having added to my stools* a large  range of Youth's Boy's and Children's  clothing, I am now prepared to oiler  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.  217 and 219  Baker Street  J.. A..GILKER  ..0!i;**.i*.<^'0.0.0���0*.0*���t*".e*'.0*.n' r*.*'.0*.0*.00.0*.00,i0.it*.^ 00.0 0"  CITY AND DISTRICT.  J. A. Gilkej;, Al Tregillus, and George  A. Hunter returned yesterday from a  shooting expedition to Grassy Lake, Alberta, 394 miles distant from Nelson.  They did not bring back 394 chickens.  Jacob Cover admits he does not understand the proposed electric light deal  with the Ucnnington Falls Power Company, but he wants you to read his  advertisement on the third page of today's Tribune headed "Do It .Right;  Now."  It'is'repelled that a deal is on for  the bondiiig of the Godfrey Birtsch discovery on Sheep creek for $70,000. Thera  aro five claims included in the deal, and  as there has: been little or no work dono  upoi. the propei ty, the size of the bond  asked is a good indication of the value  upon the surface showing.  Rev. Elliott S. Rowo of the Metropolitan Methodist church of Victor Ja, will  conduct the service-, in the Methodist  church on Sunday next. The morning  services will be held in the church and  the evening services in the opera hou.e.  Rev Mr. Rowe will also deliver a lec-  tuic in the opera house on' Monday  evening.        > .  Mike Keeley is -in from- Forty-nine  creek He says that washing has commenced on the little hydraulic scheme  which he and a few otheis have in hand  on the Fcrly-ninevHydraulic Company's  property. It it, too eaily to speak with'  certainty as to the results, but the indications are \ery favorable. Thero is  grounc 1-1 ough to keep up' washing until Decen_bei. , '   ���  that the contract for the work will be  awarded in the course of the next couple  of days.   It is understood that there will  be a time limit in the contaract so that  the building will be completed with the  least possible, delay, it being the desire-  of the company to be in the market for  the supplying of power by the  flrst  of  January.    At the outset the   company,  will develop 3000 horse power, but the'  plant has been designed   so   that   6000  horse power can be developed.   Mr. Anderson says the company is in the verv  fortunate" position of having the market  awaiting- it for the supplying of power.  Tho power generated at Cascade is to be  transmitted by pole lines to Phoenix, a  distance,of 22 miles, and from Phoenix  to such, other points as may offer business for .the power company.    The distance for which this power can be satisfactorily transmitted has not yet "been  determined, but Mr. Anderson is of the  opinion that the loss of energy in the 22  miles transmission to Phoenix will not  exceed 10 per cent.  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.Ci  H. BYE  1.  I  TO SPORTSMEN: -      ���  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever receive  n Kootenay.   Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles.   Winchester Smokeless and  .bayage Carbines.   Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequalec  for simplicity, accuracy and effect. ^  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Blowers,   Exhausters,   Hand   Shaft  Pumps,  Pipe and  Fittings Steam   Packing,   Leather anc  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  _-is.*  l  Ui'7  _ ���^.*A-_  IT PAYS Tl  .r.tt-esj-per.'Sfe  to  WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING IN.  GALL ON US |  s.'\.  ���K.   .   *��� -  __��-'."  |ji/_^'J-\$/  i%? -.���.:.#.  WE HAyE JUST RECEIVED A LARGE STOCK-OFv . . -,  ^PICTURE AND ROOM ^MOULDINGS AND ARE NOW READY TO  " "'    "       RECEIVE 'ORDERS"FOR PICTURE FRAMING. '-*   "7    *     *  tr^tf    *'  2_.,*S" * _  l'^ ,y' -  V-y',\-  -. -    ���   ���  ���   \v  to  to  M  - 4v^^_5did-^-d��_5d^_5^-Sdd_5_5'd_��-i'a_a_s_a^/  -^__?Z���Z - ��� "  i   IGK-QDiCHEER': STOVES AND RANGES  \  ���r. We' are in tHe'market'again this season'.with this line of  Stoves. After handling them for a number'of years we are  convincEd that they are - the only-,- Stoves ��� -that ** give  ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION. t '-:      -���   -       .        -      -���  ' xCall and see our large and complete line.  ..  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  1 J t" *      * ���%  Importers' and Dealers ln Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  "Ed" Williams, the special officer of  the Dominion government, who was sent  out to Ro. slai-d to inquire into the reported .lolations of the Alien Labor  Act. armed m Nelson last . . ening on  his way to Ottawa. Mr. Williams declined to be interviewed. He said his  reports, on ihe matter had been forwarded to Ott-iwi" and i** rested wilh the government (( take^'such action as it  deemed lest.      *     '    '  The Chinese of the city have decided  to break the city health ty-law which  prohibits the carrying/of swill around  the city by the Chinese. The Kit case  was on again at the"polieo court yesterday, when A MJJohnson, who appeared  for the Chinese.^ took a number of preliminary objections, to "the ��� by-law. An  "argument ^followed, the ca'se of.the city  being loked after by P -E.-Wilson, city  ���solicitor. From the tenor 1 of the re1  marks of the defendant's _ counsel he  willi endeavor to show that tbe city has  no such ching as a health by-law, * or  that if there is any such by .law it is no  good. ji      '. -__ *"' i  '  _ f       a *i   *.  " The Noble Five ^Mining Company is  in financial difficulties.. This company  received advances, from " Hon. James  , Dunsmuir, who te also president, to the  extent, it is said, of $150,000 and steps  are now being token wto-secure the  'amount, a lis pendens* having been filed  against the property' in the^ Nelson registry office. Now that the.'money over  which the trouble arose has been spent",  premier Dunsmuir is censured for hav-,  ing advanced it, and havingi advanced'  it is censured for having taken." such  steps as he deems necessary to insure  its repayment. * ,  -ETFEHGusoirarco:  wholesale: liquors and cigars.  nelson, british columbia.  A COMPLETE LlfJE OF CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  Eainer Seattle) Boer in pints and quarts.     Dogs Head Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts.   Sola Wine, the best Temperance drink.  - Our Special Oanadian Bye in 5s and 6s.  Dawson's Perfection Scotch Whiskey.       Granada pure Havana Oigars.  Uuio nOigar s, a full rangein pricos. Cards and Poker Chips.  Agents Brunswick-Balke Collender Billiard  Tables and Supplies.  Mrs. Murray's pupil.1 gave a' recital at  the Congregational church last'night,  which'was largely attended. There svere.  15.numbers on th�� programme, all1 rendered exceptionally well. No. 1 was a  piano duet by Miss Thelin^and Miss  Harvey; - 2, Miss Orphie Mauhart; ' 3,  song, Harold Cameron; 4, piano, Miss  Victoria Hodson; 5, Scotch ballad, Miss  Ida Lawr; 6, piano, Miss Beatrice Pfeif-  fer; 7, Ir.sh ballad, J. Harwood;. S.  piano, Miss Hazel Gore; 9, vocal trio.  Mrs. Murray. and Misses Hanson, and  Tuttle; 10, piano, Miss Laura Kewin:  11, song, Miss Zenia Manhart; 12,  piano, Miss Ruth Thelin; 13, eong, Fred  _Spooner;__14._piano,_sMiss_Ida__Haryex;_  ,15, song, Misset.' Hazei Gore and Jeva  Murray. - -  PEESOtfALS.  James Bannerman of this city is in  Calgary on a visit to his old stamping  grounds.  Campbell Sweeney of Vancouver, superintendent of the British Columbia  branches of the Bank of Montreal, is in  Nelson on a business trip.  Will G. Glasson, of the Yellowstone  mine, is in the city on a short vacation.  He reports the recent gold find as being  about three miles from the Yellowstone.'  Mrs: B.C. Clarke, who met with a very  painful accident a few weeks ago as a\  result of which she broke' some of the  small bones in one of her feet, is able  to get around again.  R. . MeLeod Cameron of New Ywfc,  who is largely interested in Nelson real  estate, -is in town renewing acquain-'  tances made in the early- days, when-  Nelson's one official was the late Benla-  min Henry Lee. - ���  W. .H.1- Bullock-Webster   and  C.   W.  Young of the provincial police depart-4  ment returned to Nelson last evening,'  from Greenwood where they were upon'  .business   conected   with   the   criminal  cases at the Greenwood assize.  George-Lancefield of Ottawa, who hasi  been engaged in taking views of Nelson i  and vicinity for the immigration 'depart-'  menf,.left*for Rossland today.   In addition to tKe-views which he is taking for  the federal 'government Mr. Lancefield  has been commissioned to secure photographs, of all -the branches of the Canadian Bank of Commerce throughout the.  Dominion.}'-   '"        - " ��  .; ;,ATj;THE HOTELS.  * NELSON ��� J. - L.    Thatcher, -_ Grand  Forks. ,J ,.,_-..  -v  IMPERIAlAD. Cameron,.Robso__; jM.  Fitzpatrick,". Bonner's Ferry; M. McDougall, Toronto.  (- QUEENS���D. A. Rankin, Lardo; J. S.  Cote, _Sandon; William Thomlinson  Slocan; Miss.M.- Strand, Northport.  .* MADDEN���J. Kendall, Ymir;, J. R.  Campbell, Cranbrook; P. O'Rourke,  Cresto.n; iM.->Kelley, Forty-nine creek;  H. Thompson, Winnipeg; J. A. Sinclair',  Kamloops; John Taylor and John Wal-  ley, Trail.    .   <,--'- ' v- " *���  - -GRAND CENTRAL-^W:'H. Harrison,  Slocan; P. S. Growlay, Patterson, Wisconsin; Dennis-Healey, Con Buckley and  Cons Menary, Butte; J. R. McGregor,  Rossland; J. J. Roets, Ymir; F. Sleeman.  Hall Creek. ��� -        ..  |B-_0___-_--_  ROSSUAND   BINQirNfEBRIINra   WORK*?  CUNLIFFB  Sc  McMILLAN-  Founders,  Boilermaker's  and Machinists.  0____ OARS, PkipB. cagos, oro bin doors, chntos and general wrought iron work.  the b.t fc on thi market    "-���������-        *      -- .........  ..  SKCONl) HAND!  spinal riveted ]  bars, See.. See.  �����*! market    Writo us for references and full pari leu arw,  )MACJHINERY .'OR S-U-E.-Ono Woot felton waterwheel, width600  1 pipe.  One 10x5xi:i outside packed plunder sinking pump.   Rock d  Our ore cars are  feet, "8 to IR'  drills, stopin}'  P.  AGENTS NOBTHTSY PUMPS.  O.   Box  19S. THIRD  STOCK  CARRIED.  AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  I  The best in the market, in 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  j. l mim & co.  50e a Pound  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS. Houston Block. Baker Street.  THB BINDBRY DEPARTMENT OF  THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION, LIMSTED,  ' -��� rBO___fS BLOOK,___-!__--H.  BOOK BINDING  SPECIAL fflUED BLANK BOOKS  SPECIAL RULED FORMS  W. A. Galliher returned from Greenwood yesterday, where he conducted the  defense of the prisoners Slim Hogan  ���and Sandy Glencross, tttt men charged  with co__pinng io commit robbery. Mr.  Galliher put up a strong defense and  secured the acquittal of the prisoners,  the jury holding that the evidence in  the case was*- insufficient in tbat there  wafa no corroboration of the story of  the witness Barnes, who claimed to be  the accomplice of the prir.oners. Barn, a'  story was that the prisoners and himself  coi bpii'ed to rob a gaviblcr named Mc-  Googan us the latter was on the read  from Greenwood to Phoenix, a trip  which hci v as in the habit of making  every Sunday morning. Barnes' story  was that the robbery as planned in tho  first ii.tanco failed for the reason that  the victim had a man with him. It  failed for the second time for the reason  that McGoogan did not come along until  it was daj light.  R.   Marpole,   superintendent   of   the  Pacific division of the Canadian Pacific  arrived in Nelson on Tuesday night's  train from the main line.   Mr. Marpole  is on his annual trip of inspection and is  accompanied by H. J. Cambie, resident  engineer at Victoria, and   Grant   Hall,  master mechanic at Revelstoke.   In addition to making his regular inspection  of the Kootenay branches Mr. Marpole  will meet Thomas Tait, the master of  transportation for the entire Canadian  Pacific system.    This   is a   new   office  which was created when the recent reconstruction took place.    Prior to this  Mr.  Whyte was manager of the lines  west of Winnipeg and Mr. Tait held a  similai position with respect to the lines  east of Winnipeg.   Mr. Mai pole expected  to meet Mr. Tait upon his arrival but it  appoars that he is a day or two ahead of  tho latter's schedule.   In view of this it  is likely that Mr. Marpole will take a  run over the Lardo branch and return  to Nelson }n time to meet Mr, Tait upon  his arrival here,  W. Anderson of the Cascade Power  Company is in Nelson on matters connected with the completion of the company's power house. Tenders for the  construction of this building were in-  PHAIR���J. C. Drewry and John'McKane, Rossland; J.-.S. Gusty, Sandon; E.  Nelson Pell, Athabasca; Walter C  Adams, Slocan; JH. H. .Hubbard. *w! M  Dean and C. H.'Prescott, Spokane; E. J.  Bush, Denver; John Clapp, Rossland: "'  HlLME���L. Clapp, S. E' Watson, arid  J. M. Stewart, Silverton; C. E. Berry-  man, Spokane; J. H. McGill and R." W.  Thomas, Vancouver;' Charles Hay, Columbia; J. J. Southcott, Victoria- W. E  Boie, Salmo; H. L. McCaine/Kaslo; E.  Williams, Ottawa.  wagon shed. The establishment throug-  put is a marvel of neatness. The brewing for the Imperifil company will be  under the personal supervision of Julius  Reisterer. and the business end of the  venture will receive the attention of P.  F.-Emerson.  Extraordinary Mining.  PHILADELPHIA,   October   23.���Mining extraordinary   will   alone   describe  the search for gold and silver now being conducted at the old mint by^ Dr. D.  K. Tuttle, head of the   department   of  melting and refining, and about a dozen  of his most expert men.  .In about'ten*  days   everything  in   the   old   building  which pan be used in the new will have  been transferred, and me old will become bare and tenantless.   The last step  preliminary to the dismantling of the  old melting room is the mining for precious metals in it.   For the prospecting  now is on the floors,  the , ceilings, the  .tables, in, craclcs-and-crannies of boxes,  on old dusty shelves,   and,   finally,. in  chimneys, where soot and dust have been  accumulating for more than a" half century. ' Just as an experiment a week ago,  Dr. Tuttle collected some of the soot out  of a flue leading from, one of the eleven  furnaces in* the room.    In the memory  of the "oldest man there this had never  been done before.   This bare handful of  black > dirt contained'2 1-2 per cent of  gold and silver.- That percentage indicates that in a ton of soot'and dust there  would be found fifty.pounds of precious  metals, worth between "?8000, and $10,000.  ���More than 1000 tons of the' two metals,  worth morethan $2,000,000,000, have been  ^melted, in the eld furnaces.    There are  at least 500, pounds'of this,-worth per-'  haps .'J3000. - '__'*        -  The brick work was, torn away; each-  brick'^ being - scraped and afterward  shavedJwith chisels, ;all the - ordinary  looking dirt and. dust, falling into receptacles .where it is now carefully kept to  be-thrown'into & furnace and the valuable deposit "sweated out," as it is  called." - ,   -   '  The value of the sweepings on the  floor ,of the melting room has been frequently . referred to, but Dr.' Turtle's  miners do' not stop at 'that'. Now they  are> prospecting the brooms which- do  the sweeping, they are'working out the  wooden chairs; the wooden benches,  the wooden boxes, tne ceilings the window frames, the tiniest corner and even  a long shelf running around the room  on which crucibles have beer, stored for  years. In all of these the "men have I  made rich finds.     -      ���'**������.  IMPERIAL BBEWING COMPANY  * EMERSON & ___.ISTEI.E1..  BREWERS OF THE BEST  LAGER BEER  STEAM BEER  AND PORTER  GOING OUT OF BUSINESS  AUCTION SALE  OF  DRY GOODS     CELTS' FURNISHINGS.  BOOTS & SHOES   HATS & GAPS  When you want the Best, ask for  IMPERIAL BEER.  $*************************��  Mi  tit  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  V_  Ml  Mi,  Mi'  Ml  Mi  Ml  Mi  Mi  Mi  ��_  t_  ii.  v_  ��_  Mi  Ml  Ml  i-V  Mi  U.  Oi '  Mr  Mr  Mr  Mr   \  Mr ,  _.  *    <  Mr   .  Mr"  Mr  Mr  tk  Mr  Mr  tk  FOR STYLE,  FINISH AND  PRICES IN  MILLINERY,  ETC., CALL  ON MRS. E.  MeLAUGH-  LIN, WEST  BLOCK,, .BA-"  KER''ST.*'!.'''S  ^B)  Ml  Ml  Ml  Mi  Ml  Mi  Mi  Ml  til  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  tn  tk  Mi  '.V  ill  til  tU  Mi  Ml  Mi  Mi.  Mi  Ml  Mi  Mi  'Mi  Mi  Mi,  Mi  , tli  M_  Mi  ���OH  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  ��� Mi  tH  Mi  Mi  Cur next auction sale will be held at S'o'clocK on|,  SATURDAY,  OCTOBER 26th.  regular  prici  As I intend closing my business lien*  tho end of this month all. goods will b  sold at private sale regardless of cost,  Bla'ck    all-wool    cashmere,    regular]  price 75 cents, now 45 cents.  Black    all-wool    cashmere,    regula:  price 50 cents, now 30 cents/  Velveteens,   regular   price   75   cents  now 40 cents.  Ladies'- linen   collars,  20 cents, now 12'/�� cents.  Ladies'   cloth   jackets,  ?15.00. now ?10.00.  Ladies'   cloth   jackets,,   regular   price^  $7.50, now $4.50. *    -  All   .colors    Cortecclli  spools at 20 c4nts.  Come '���and get bargains before it ii|  too late. ,".' >' ,]  A. F_3RI_AN_-.I  regular  pric.  crochet  sillr,  \)  ***********************^  ~_S-ew-ImpMial~Brewery.     "  Imperial     Brewing    Company,  the  past  ruonth'  has   been  The  which for  brewing lager and steam beer and porter  for the Nelson trade, will have its product on the market today and those who  want to give the new beer a trial can  do so by calling for Imperial.-The be��������  and porter must speak for itself, but a  feW words will not be out of place for  <Sthe new industry which Messrs. Emerson & Reisterer "have given to the  city in the handsome brewery they  have erected on Mines Road. Their site  is an ideal one for a brewery, in one of  the Cottonwood creek ravii.es and everything about the place from the cooling  room at the top floor to the cellars in  the bottqm of the ravino is as inviting  and well ordered as it could possibly  bewfThere are three floors to the brewory>,  The upper one is given over to the.brow  house and cooling room, tho presen^ca-  pactty of the plant being twelve barrels  per dayN From the mash tub the beer  passes rnto the kettle, and from tho  kettle into the hop jack, frcm which it  is pumped to the cooling room-on the  upper floor. Here it is allowed to remain  for several hours, after which it is  drawn off into the settling tank. From  this it goes in turn to the settling tub,  the stock cask and the chip cask, and  from the latter into the kegs for shipment  Brewing .fas started at the Imperial  about a month ago, and there is now on  hand something over 100 barrels, of  which about one-quarter' is now readv  for the market. The firm will make a  specialty of lager beer, manufactured  from pure malt and hops for bar trad-.,  and of the best California steam beer  for the family trade, togetrer with a  first-class porter. For the delivery of  the product an up-to-date beer wagon  has been secured from Milwaukee,  which in itself will be an advertisement  of no small merit  The office of tho brewery is on the  ground floor. It is neatly furnished -ind  fitted up, so that it can be heated with  steam from the boiler room. On the  lower floor is the bottling department,  the racking room and the cellar, tho  latter having a capacity of 200 barrels.  Immediately over the cellar Is tho ice  house. In which there Ib room tor the  storing of 70 tons of lee. At the rear of  She Broke AUEecords.  ''  The new Russian battleship Retvizan;  built by the Cramps of Philadelphia, arrived in Boston recently from New York  after an all-night run, in'the course of  which,  for   twelve  consecutive   hours,  she was  driven-at  top speed, and  in  spite  of  storm  and  darkness,  she  attained an average .speed of 18.8 knots,  breaking all records for that number of  hours, and showing herself to be the  fastest    flrst-class    battleship    in    the  -world-The vessel-left-the-Brooklyn-dock  at 9:30 Saturday, morning in charge of  Edwin S   Cramp, of the Cramp Shipbuilding Company, and under the direct  command of captain R.  Sargent. Representatives of the Russian government,  including captain baron Ferseen   naval  attache at Washington, and a number ol  Russian  naval   officials,   also  were   on  board.  As'the result of the test last  night the plan of having a "speed trial  tomorrow has bc-en abandoned. On Monday a standardizing trial will be held  over   the   United    States   government  ccur&e, and it "is'predicted thnt tbo vessel   will   maintain   an  avereage  of   19  knots. Although the speed of the Retvizan was taken officially for only 12  hcurs of the trial, ii  was rctually IS  knots  during  seventeen  hours  of  the  run.  O'.everly Buncoed.  NEWTON,   Iowa,   October   23.���-John  W., Murphy, of Murphy Station, on the  Iowa Central railroad, six miles from  here, postmaster,   station   agent,   store  keeper and, in fact/ the sole citizen of  the place, was called on a few days ago  by a man who offered-him a handsome  price for his  farm.    Murphy accepted  and the stranger paid down $200 to bind  the   bargain,   departing   for this   city,  where he was to obtain the services of  a notary and   return -next   day.   That  evening a second stranger appeared at  the farm and proceeded to fall in love  with the place.   His enthusiasm reached  the pitch where he offered Murphy $0  an acre more for the land than had the  first man, and he begged Murphy to induce the first stranger to call the deal  oft*.   He departed, after telling Murphy  he would return next   evening   for an  answer.   Next morning  the   first  man  returned, and would only consent to release Murphy from the bargain upon being returned his deposit, of   $200   and  .?1500 additional.    Murphy   still   awaits  the return of the second stranger and  concluded only today t&at he was the  victim of a bunco gajme.  IF BROWN SOLD IT IT'S .GOOD  Fail Weddings  and Wedding Gifts  You should see,ihe many beautiful and useful articles we show  for this purpose.  ';,  Cut Gla.s Berry Dishes      ,  Cut Glass Bon Bon Dishes    ���-  Cut Glass, Wine.Sets .  Sterling Silver Tea Sets  Sterling Silver Bon Bon Trays,  Sterling Si'ver Butt, r Dishes  Sterling Silver, Carving Sets  Call and see the variety.  -BR��WN-BR��S~  Opticians and  Jewelers.  BAKER STRKET NKLSOIV  IF BROWN SAID SO IT'S RIGHT  - "  .1  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S ��� CHOCOLATES " '  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES '  GANONG'S CH6C0LATES; ' '  - - GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANT)IT.Si  '    GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES \  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  *  GANONG'S FANCYCANDIES !  THEY ARE THE BEST   ii  ���You camget them wt , )  MeDQNALDjS  Baker a-rp-*.-  *  ���  ���  ���  ______-ESTATE  ~AND  INSURANCE BROKERS  KOOTEIslAY  COFFEE ,00.  r I * ,  ************************.  . Coffee Boasters -  Dealers ,n Tea and Coffee -  **********************&  We are offeriner at lowest prices the beat  grades o   Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Our Bes-, Mo tha and JavaCoffee, per  -',: "���,"���    ���" ��� ��� jiound .���....'....;... ���*~40"  Mocha and Java Blend, S pounds    1 00  Choico Blend Cofl'ee, _ pounds    1 00  Special E'end Coffeo, 6 pounds    I 00  Rio Wend Cofl'ee, 6 pounds     l 'oo  Special Blend Coylon Toa, per pound     30  -  A TKIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY GOFFEE GO  Telephone 177.  ,P. O. Box 132.  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.  ASHNOLA TOWNS!!  Lots can now be bought in  Ashnola at from $50 "to $225  each. For terms and full particulars apply to  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  oyster cocktails  oyster cocktails  oyster cocktails  at the manhattan'  at the manhattan  at the Manhattan!.  oyster cocktails  oyster cocktails '  oyster cocktails  at the manhattan-  at the manhattan-  at the .manhattan-  The   Manhattan  JOSEPHINE STREET  ALL THE BEST BRANDS  LIQUORS  AND  CIQARS.  1�������"6 ����.  ���" ������-"_�� ui. ito. __lv luc rear   .M.  tbe brewery ibuiidtagla a stable an_  , The Imperial Cafe Is open day and  night as a short order restaurant. It offers the best service in the ci$y.  The business men's lunch at the Imperial Cafe, from 12 to 2t is the best in  the city. Price 25 cents.  REGINALD J. STEEL  Phone 278. Official Broker.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBSWBZta AITD BOTTT__BS OS-  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  -   _.  Prompt and regular delivery to the trade.  BREWERY AT NELSOK  BRANDY  DE LAAGE FILS & CO., XXX  COGNAC, possesses a delicious bouquet.  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. X X X X  COGNAC is mellowed by its great  age, and is recommended to con-  noiseurs, and for medicinal purposes.  SCOTCH  WHISKIES  THE   DISTILLERS'   COMPANY,   Ltd  Edinburg, Jhe largest holders in the  world of Scotch Whiskies.  THE CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR SCOTCH  Whisky is one of the leaders���try it.  Agency for full stock at Victoria for'  R. P. RITHET & GO., LTD,.  Victoria.   B.   p.     '  A. E-~GRAY.  Kootenay Representative  P. O. Box 521, Nelson*  ^'___k___Zx


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