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 ;<"i.  m  th  I**  I  ttne  ,   VI  'Y<:  ��  .   '-J  ESTABLISHED   1892  WEDNESD AY 'MOB]NTi:iSTG,   OCTOBER  30,   1901  DATLY EDITION  *��� ^Yfi  �����        rr\  ILOODYBACEWAR  .'-CAMP MEETING THE SCENE  ,<' OF CARNAGE.  W\_  AFTERMATH TO THE BURNING OF  I     , A NEGRO AT THE STAKE  IN LOUISIANA.    -      ���  r  , NEW ORLEANS, October 29.���A spec-  Vial to the Picayune from Baltow n, Lnuis-  ���pna, says that tho race war between the  1 blacks and whites, which started at a  ||ncgro campmeeting at Duncan's chapel  I/Sunday, forms a story of bloodshed un-  Lcqualed in the history of thb Pearl River  jvalley." One white man is dead and another is now dying with' a bullet hole  'through his stomach, and a third white  Ionian badly, wounded. Nine negroes  fiwcre killed in the bloody affray, live  [.men, threo women and ono small child.  'No one is able to eslimato the number  (of wouuded negroes who escaped" the  ! carnage behind the church. They "scattered ~in all directions. The conflict  J. raged for halt an hour. Those at a dis1-'  j'tance say the firing sounded like a battlo  iibel.reeii troops. To, the campmeeting,  jfjicgroes ha'd 'como. 200 miles all'up and'  I down the valley. On the day previous  Ito the campmeeting, when'the negro,  \ Bill Morns, had been burned at tho stake  | near Baltown for au assault' on' Mrs. J.  j J. Ball, public * feeling was at a high'  f p tch. Under these conditions the ne-  [ groes gathered at 5 o'clock. There was  i trouble over a license and Caesar Lott'o  tent! became  the - center of  contention.  Some trouble ' occurred Saturday eve-  .ning, but there was rib bloodshed." It  ."came up again Sunday, -when constable  .Book-and a posse rode up to Lolt's tent  -with.a warrant. .Lott came out and is  ���.reported to have shouted with an oath,  '"One nigger has been.burnt but a-d���n  -.whito man will be the next."  boon on the edge of a struggle wilh tlie  Bocis, not over tho question of franchises, but on the issuo whether Brltoa  or Boer should uredominate in South  Africa.           Bather a Fishy Story. ���  MONTREAL, October 29.���The Herald  tonight publishes the story that David  Jennings, a Montrealer, has been, successful in obtaining from the'English  courts $135,000,000 which belongs to  him through inheritance. Jennings is  alleged to havo cabled his family that,  he had been successful. In spite of this  assertion the matter is open to doubt.-  The amount locked up in chancery was  only.about $30,000,000-in all, and the  claim would havo been outlawed long  ago. anyway.  Old-Time Consul Passes Away. "  WORCESTER, Massachusetts, Octobor  29.���Hon. Henry Clay Hall, for thirty  consecutive years consul to Cuba and  minister to Central America, died at his  home in Millbury today, aged 81 years.  Rockefeller Contributes.    ,  -BERLIN, Octobor 29.���John D. Rockefeller has presented'40,000 marks to the  American    church -fund, ��� which    now  amounts to 200,000 marks.  MOST AM OLD PRISON BIRD  ~\[    Crooked Insurance Agent.  ..CHICAGO, October 29.���Chauncey W.  Wai'ker, formerly 'traveling auditor of  the j?olicy-holdcfs National" Association  and .now; president , of Iho Insurance  ; "Commfe'rcial. Agency of-America; was'ar-  r'ested in" the offices of the latter company today charged with being a fugi-  ��� tive from justice in the state of New  ���York. A large suite of offices had boen  "rented in tho Woman's Tempto by the  .company- and all preparations had been  made for .the-transaction of a large business, when supeiintendent W. B. Soule  <of a detective agency and a number of  detectives, appeared and placed the president under arrest. Chauncey W. Walker,  say the detectives,/was arrested in New  York city on September llth on a charge  of grand larceny ^preferred by the  John W. Cavanaugh Company, who asserted that. Walker had been soiling the  exclusive managership of his business in  _NTew York, New. Jersey,-, and Conuccti-  -cut to all who were able to pay the  -amount of money demanded. The exclusive rights of New York, he alleges,  -were sold to ten different persons. 'The  ���trial of Walker was fixed for Septembar'  20lh, but before the time fixed the de  tectives say he forfeited his bail and was  mot heard from until his arrest today.  A Russian*1 Vendetta.':.1'  ST. PETERSBURG,"' October'"'29. ���  Some curious blood feuds have como to  -light iu the Russian provinces of Sara-  toff and Kazan. ��� Eighteen persons belonging to a Kazan family of peasants  have mvsteriouslj'. disappeared in the  last niDety years. Tho police have-now  ���discovered letters which prove that they  were victims of a neighboring family,  the great-grandfather- of which was  murdered by one of their ancestors more  than ninety years ngo. Tho feud has continued throughout three generations and  ���was not lo cease until twenty-four murders had been committed, one-murder  for each year of tho great-gran'dfai-ier's  ago when ho was killed. As soon as the  twenty-fourth murder had been committed overturps' of peace were to be  made. In Saratoff five murders have  been committed in rovengo for the murder of a girl seventy years ago.  King'Edward Confers Orders  LONDON,  October < .29.���King Edward  today personally conferred ..the insignia  ��� of various orders on 250 to 300 oflicers  .and others recently decorated.-The investiture, which was. held, in St., James  Palace, was attended, by all' the state'  ���ceremonials for which the king is such  a' stickler.' The'''two; oldest sons'of the  ���duko; and duchess, of : Cornwall and  York, with 'prince..Edward and prince  .Albert, dressed*'in sailor suits: were interested, spectators of the scene. An incident which-.evoked some comment was  /fthe presence of sir. Francis Laking, the  Wring's tihysician, at St. James Palace  ���today. "Sir Francis left the palace;and  drove to-his home, opposite Marlborough  house, just before his majesty returned  there.      ' .''..* '   ,'������ ������    ��� /**  Chamberlain Defends Himself.   .  LONDON, October, 29.���Mr. Chamber-  ' lain, ��� the colonial secretary, speaking  yesterday in Cupar, Scotland, repeated*  the arguments that he" has frequcntly  -used in justification of the government's" ���  South African policy. ��� He defeudad  Jhim&eif from the cacusation that he .was  responsible for  the  war  by   declaring  :J,bat pgaii- and again, .Great Britain-had  What Made Him an Anarchist.  >.- - -      ^        . i  NEW YORK, October'29.���John Most,  sent to the penitentiary for a year for  reprinting just before president McKinley's assassination an article called  ''Murder vcr_\is Murder," will be brought  back to lhe,Tombs within the next few  days until his case has' been reviewed  by-the appellate .division of,the supremo  ' court. An attempt will also, bo made to  obtain his release on bail pending appeal. The", penitentiary is, no stranger  to Most. Ho has been there twice before. ^Each timo hej3eryed.out.his sentence of one year, "it was. for making  a speech in which he held up a gun beforo the audience whieh, he, said, should  be purchased in preference1 to jewelry  iu. order toi shoot the" capitalistic .'.'bugs,"  arid for another speech which he made  at'the time of the execution of the  Chicago Anarchists for-the throwing of  the dynamite bomb at' Hayraarket  square, where he1 called -for vengeance  against the judge, jury and the lawyers  w ho' prosecuted the Chicago "martyrs."  During his. career'as an Anarchist, Most  has seen'the inside of more" jails tthan  any other Anarchist of his time.' Ac-  ���eordmg to'Most,--a bad ,stepmother, a  cruel master and religious intolciance  made him an Anarchist.,Each time Most  was in' the penitentiary'he was put lo  work in tne blacksmith shop. This is  tho hardest work in the institution. He  is, compelled to stand, lief ore a hot flre  and has to attend to the forgo and bellows. As Most-is over fifty-five years  old he will hot be put to work in tho  blacksmith's shop this time., They will  make a tailor of him: ��� ���  NEW YORK, October 29.��� Justice  Loan in the supreme court today granted  a*certificate of reasonable doubt in the  John' Most .Anarchist case in order to  stay his,sentence of twelve .months imprisonment ' for the publication of an  articlo entitled, "Murderous Murder,"  which appeared in his paper the day of  president McKinley's assassination.  Ought to Be Retired.  ��� LONDON,- October 29.���Two of the  -judges-who-formed-the-Parncir-commi,3--  sion resigned this week. One is sir  Archibald Smith now master of the rulls  The other is judge, Day. The latter never  asked a question'during the whole in-_  quiry. He is almost the sole English-  judge who has ordered flogging as a  punishment. He was fond of telling a  prisoner that ho did not intend to give  him a long sentence and then crushing  premature jubilation by ordering  Iwenty fivo lashos on going into prison  and twenty-five when leaving, adding,  genially: "Then show your back to  your dissolute companions." His severity earned him tho nickname of  "Judgment Day." When ho remarried  last year at seventy-six this was changed  to "Wedding Day," and now, in view of  his retirement, to "Day of Rest."  in heavy flannels, ho can   ride  at   107  pounds.  Tho late W. H. Clark engaged him in  1S99 for two years at a salary of $10,000  a year. Maher rode Mr. Clark's Fanaster  that year, but when the horse was subsequently left at the post in the Suburban Handicap the irate owner refused  to use him any longer. In addition, Mr.  Clark refused him to ride for anyone  else. Maher only..secured Mr. Clark's  permission to ride again by handing  back his contract..'. He'.went to England^  as jockey for the late' Pierre Lorillard  nearly three years ago. Ho was successful and popular from the first. He rides  in the American- fashion and sits  crouched high on tlie horse's withers.  He has, good .hands and can finish well,  but prefers to ride in front of his fleld.  ,    'j.. Fatal Mining Accident:  A fatal accident occurred at the iron  mine near Kitchener Wednesday afternoon about 5 o'clock in which. Hugh  English, a miner, lost his life by drilling into a missed hole. Hugh English  and Frank Shannon1 went on shift  shortly after 4 o'clock. -Thoy had been  warned of the missed hole by tho men  coming off shift. -They mucked back  and searched for ��� the -missed hole but  could nol find it, so they went to work,  each working jsingle hammer. They  had not been working long when English's drill struck the powder and an explosion followed, English had a log and  an arm blown off ^and was . otherwise  badly torn by the flying rock, and Shannon ,was somewhat "injured"about the  face, but not seriously.    - '        ' -  After the accident occurred a wire  was sent to Dr. King of Cranbrook and  an engine was at once pressed into service. The run from Cranbrook to Kitchener was*'made in the record .breaking  time of one hour, and twenty minutes.  At Kitchener horses .were waiting and  the'doctors were taken up the trail to.  wards ,thoumine.\lOn/tlie way up thejy  met the l-artybringing down Mr: Shannon and the body of Mr. English; who  had expired about an hour before. They  were brought down to Kitchener, whero  Shannon's wounds were'dressed and" he  was taken to the Cranbrook hospital the  following day English was baried yesterday. English has several brothers  living at Kitchener, and Shannon i<? a  brother of'William .Shannon, the packer,  well, known throughout*- this district  BLACK M WHITE  RECORDS  IN THE   COURT  HOUSE PROVE  NONE OF THE. CITY'S WATER RECORDS WERE OBTAINED BY   ; -  : '. " . FRAJ-JK FLETCHER.  ���   , Strength1 of United States Army  * Washington, d,^, October 28 ���  Lieutenant general Miles, in his annual  report gives .the total,strength pf-Tlhe  United States army at the present timo  as 84,513,, of which number.33,874. are  in the United States, 4339 in the Pnil-  ippines, _9lf in Cuba and the remainder in small detachments in Porto Rico  Hawaii, China, and Alaska    i i  Accidentally Shdt Himself.  WINNIPEG, October' 29���The youn)?  sou cf Peter Morrison, a farmer living  at Rabbit like, a few miles from Rat  Portage, shot himself fat. lly yesterday.  He was taking a loaded gun down from  the wall when by some means it went  off and the charge entered the abdomen.  The boy l'vcd about half an hour.,  , Supreme Court Confirms Maxwell'  OTTAWA, October 29,���The  supreme  court today confirmed Maxwell of Burrard, "British Columbia, in his seat.  ENGLISH SHIPS BOYCOTTED  Caricatures of King Edward. :  LONDON, October 29.���Twenty dollars  is now the market value in London of  copicB of the suppressed issue of tho  Paris paper, Assiotto du Beurro, containing a grotesquely vulgar caricature of  king Edward. The British ambassador  at Paris informs his government that  theso publications have virtually no salo  in Paris, but exist"niainly on the avidity with which they are purchased in  London. - The boulevard journalists  cleverly exploit. tho diseased curiosity  of: Englishmen -to seeA thoir 'royalties  outrageously lampooned, while shuddering with horror at French coarseness.  King Edward's Jockey.  NEW YORK, October 29.���The news  that Danny Maher, the American jockey,.  will ride the horses owned by king Edward VII. of England, next season at a  salary said to be $25,000, the highest retaining fee ever paid a rider on either  side of the Atlantic, was no surprise to  well informed turfmen in this country.  Maher has always been, popular on the  English turf, and is quite a favorits  with,the duke of,Devonshire, in whose  name the king races his horses while ho  is in mourning. Maher is nineteen  years old.; He is of slight physique, but  rather tall for a jockey. Like the great  English* rider, the late i<Ted Archer, ho  has long limbs. His normal weight is  120 pounds, but by a. course of trainini  On Account of. Boer War.    <'.  PARIS,   Octobor   29. ��� The   Temps,  which has been publishing leports showing that English ships have been boycotted in Holland since the Boer war,  began giving fac-similes of contracts for  freight containing an anti-British clause.  It is receiving letters from prominent  French traders showing that the" same  ���restriction has been in vogue here for  eighteen months and is becoming more  and moro general.   Many large contracts  for African ahd American freight.have  only been signed after a clause barring  English bottoms had been inserted.    A  case in point   cited   is that of a   firm  which has done enough trading in China  to keep-ten English cargo boats' busy  for thelast;six* years, but which, now-  proffers slightly higher rates to a French  company, in order to take part in the  boycott.    Another instance'cited is. an  intensely pro-Boer coal merchant, who  broke the,partnership because his partners found' it to their Interest to/buy  stock, in England.,  He himself immediately opened an   independent   house,  went to the ;.'United''-.States..and   contracted for 850,000 tons to be delivered  at various French ports before Christmas. - , -'���.'.''':'  V BERLIN, October .29.���The delegation  of Dutch longshoremen which is, visiting  Hamburg for the purpose of getting the  co-operation of the German, longshoremen- in boycotting . English  -ships  as a  protest against the Boer, war  has. met  with' the1'wannest reception there.! The  longshoremen of Hamburg have decided  to co-operate to a man in the movement  The, newspapers here believe that the  plan is impracticable".     .  ������'"j Was Finally Successful.  WINNIPEG, October 29.���Twice foiled  in his attempts to destroy himself, Robert Nicholl, a young clerk, was successful on the third attempt this afternoon,  when he cut his throat with a razor.  Nicholl was despondent oyer-a'love reverse and about a week' ago attempted  his life with a razor. He was saved by  the .intervention of a young lady, who  knocked the razor from his hand. Later  when Nicholl was taken to the general  Mayor   Fletcher   is   making   another  effort to show that black is white. .In  yesterday's Miner he says:   "Mr. Hous-,  ton slates that he secured the passage  of a bill entitled 'Ah Act to Amend tho,,  Water   Clauses   Consolidation   Act   of  1S97.-" .This amendment was drawn by,  Messrs.. Macdonald '&���' Johnson, as city  solicitors) in,January, 1899/at the suggestion "of myself "as chairman "of the  board of works of the Neelands' council,  who discovered that Mr. Houston had  expended a considerable sum of money  to bring water in from the Salmon, river  without having any legal right to do so.'  .This bill wasJ'senf'to''the Hon. "J. Fred  Uumeand the attorney-general on February 4th, 1899, but ,for some reason or  other was not passed at that session.   It  remained quiescent for a whole year un-  'til it was"drawn to Mr. Houston's knowledge when he was made a member of  the; legislature and was passed at the  last"session."     * x*..-_        \   >   ..���  s-':lt-may be'.'interesting to the-Nelson  readtis of The Tribune to know,, that  every water record arid right the city  has was"acquired' when John Houston  wai. major. The-first .water record v/as  cne of 100 iuches froni Anderson creek.  The   notice  ot' .application  was   dated  July  12th,' 1897,' and,  aiter opposition  from  Jcshua 'Davies,  was granted   or.  January 12th, il898.  The second water  record was for 200 inches from Whit".-  watei cie'ek, oh the1 Salmon river _lop,o.  Th'e  notice   of  application   was   dated  December -3 2th;'" 1898, i and  ihe   record  wa��; - granted/on   January   17th, ,1899,  without piotest. The third water record  was " fo'r '4001 inches   from  Clearwater  creek,   which   is   also   on  the   Salmon  river  slope.  The. notice" of application  was dated December 32th, IS^/anrt the  rtcord^ was' granted"* on sJanuary-4-17th,  1S99, without protest. .Both these records are for water to be used for "household purposes," etc. Both aro legal 'rec-[  ords, and no question has ever-'arisen  as to their legality. The fourth and'last  water record was for 1000 inches from  Kootenay river * The notice of application for this record was dated Decemb.3t*  12th, 1900, and was granted on January  17th, 1901, This record was^ p/otpsted by  the   West   Kootenay   Fower   &   Light  Company,   but  the   government   agent  over-ruled the protest, and the fee for  the reccrd was paid by John Houston's  private  check,  as   no  meeting  of  the  council could be held to authorize a city-  check to be issued.  On December 8th, 1898, John Houston,  as mayor, consulted with W. A. Mac  donald, who, \ihilo not city solicitor,  was at that time -.tending to any legal  business, the city had, regarding securing water records on the Salmon river  slope, and all steps that'were taken  were taken^on his advice It was during' that .consultation that the1 first  steps;were taken to secure an amend-  mert'to the Water Clauses Act to give  cities the same right under the act as  power companies had. Mr. Macdonald  afterwards drafted a bill, and sent it  to J. Fred Hume, v/ho was a minister  has. All theso rights were secured by  John Houston, when 'he was mayor,  backed up by such men as W. F. Teetzel, John J. Malone, James A Gilker,  Thomas Madden and Charles Hillyer  -as aldermen, in 1897 nnd )1898, and by  Messrs. , Irvine, 'Morrison, McKillop,  Wilson, Arthur, and Hall as'1 aldermen,  in 1900. The attempt mayor Fletcher  'makes to show that it was directly  through his effoits.that the Water  Clauses Act was amended, and that It  was -��� done in'order to'"make legal the  water records the city had secured'on  the Salmon river , slope, falls to tho  ground. He-has no evidence to support  his pretentious claims. ,  On January 10th, 1899, what is known  as tho Neelands council held their flrst  meeting. A discussion -arose as to the  completion of the Summit flume, a flume  that was commenced by thet Houston  council in December, 1898. One element,  headed  by alderman Beer; wanted to  drop the work altogether; another element, of which alderman Fletcher was  the spokesman, wanted more information*1 before .the, work   was   proceeded  with;  but the majority ofthe council,  headed by alderir en' Hillyer and Kirkpatrick, said: "Shove the work to completion!."   The  following   are   extracts,  fronr the proceedings of that meeting:  ' 'Alderman Thomson thought the most  important thing would he to ascertain  what water rights the city bad to the  streams which it was proposed vto divert. ' '   ' ,,  'Aldfrman Fletcher said he had'heard  that the1 Dominion Development', Company-had been  grantcl  certain,.water  rights which might conflict with thoce  applied for bv the city.  '  ! Alderman Thomson said he had heard  a, water r'ght had been grantedvon Salmon ,river. ,             .           ,     .   .   ,  j Alderman Hillyer assured tho 'members of the ccuncil lhat John Houston,1  wten mayor, had looked Jnto the ques-'  t}on of.the city's water1 rights, and he  predicted  theyj would  find  everything  all risht.  -(Mayor.,Neelands agreed ^ith^aldcr-  >man Hillyer, aud saia he (Hill.er) an J  the membei s of the old coilucil .were to  be congratulated on securing! the water  rlghte. .in, quesiion '  . Aldei man Beer said .he, ir any event,  would^ '���* ote against the council compromising iitself to the-extent of $15,  000 ,in'completing-ihe flujnc 'He ther.  read sections'of the .Water,Clauses Act  fpr the'puiposo of showing that the old,  council had exceeded its authority in"  making- the expenditures it had upon  the flume. - , , ,     ,   . ���  .Alderman rielcher,'thought,the council shoul'd c.l-.tain'?S-.me information upon ihe. .expenditures'- inasmuch-��� as*; they  were .being made outside the citv,.limits. Hp thought' the'council should meet  the next day'and dispose of the^ques-''  lion.1, .'"'������  On motion/of'alderman Fletcher, seconded by alderman Thomson, it was decided to lay,the question, over until the  next day (the 17lh) at"2 o'clock.     ,  On the 17th the council mee as per adjournment: 'i. ' " : '  Alderman \FJetoher said ho had interviewed the ^gold commissioner, and had  been informed that the water rights ir  question had boen granted, without protest, to the citv; nnd that tho record  fees ($44.50) had been paid by ex-mavor  Houston. The srold commissioner had  also said that thpre were no prior applications ior the streams in qup.tion,  and that 'the city's applications were  all in due form, and that there was  nothing to prevent the citv from using  the wator.  intending the conditioning of the champion, and Joseph P. Egan, known to his  best friend as "Kid" Egan, is general  lord of the manor.  Gus, Rhulin is training at Six-Mile  house, on the San Bruno road, which is,  as its name Indicates, six miles outside  of San Francisco. Tho hotel Is well up  in tho mountains and In a lonesome  place. Gus ���is-.working as hard as ever,  and Billy Madden, says his only trouble  is to keep him from laboring too hard.  The big fellow weighed 199 1-2 pounds  yesterday after his road work. He looks  as strong as a horse, and there is not a  blemish,on him. iThe weather has been  very warm jlately, and Madden has reduced the amount of Rhulin's road work.  Charlie .Goff and Denver Ed Martin spar  with Gus every day. Mike.Donovan, of  Rochester, and George Gibbs, a clever,  local lightweight, ^occasionally take a  turn with thev big man.^ KidJLatinge  joined tho outfit a few days ago. Billy  Madden,' as usual, is directing Ruhlin's  work.   '  "If we can only keep Gus from over-,  working and gelling stale, I feel sure he  ,will land the championship,;' said Hadden today. "Gus is a ^willing, worker���  too Tvillmg.   I know a'great many peo-"  ,ple think Jeffries Js going to win; but I  feel certain that if Gus will only'.take it  easy from 'now until the day of-*the  game he will be the next champion of  the world." ,   . , .  .���  KILLED. 10,000 ANARCHISTS  i    ���   ',  '   .    --'     .  ' ' In His Imagination. ,  ?! COLLEGE SPRINGS, Iowa, October,.  29.���When president McKinley was hov-"  ering 'between" life and death George  Lowery,'a wealthy,farmer living 'near'  ��� heie, showed great solicitude forr the'dying man. When the end came he took  his gun and went 'out daily into - the  woods" about' his home/ His neighbors'  and his -family supposed that he was  hunting. When at home^he ^appeared  unusally quiet, but nothing out uf the  way was suspected. Recently it''was  discovered that he was violently insane',  .mrl   nlninlv  __.^_   _--a--i-i..   -\_J   .l.y.   .iA.n.. _��  ASSASSIN IS DEAD  CZOLGOSZ  ELECTROCUTED,  YESTERDAY.^  . - - ^ v<.  i-'"-��������� I  .-"..  -���_ f I ��� ,  X    t-    j? s- wl  ��� , ,      r f-yll  EXPRESSED NO 8QRBOW FOE THE  AOT AND'MADE A BBIEF  K.  -i i-v i  SPEECH; -  '   s   '. ;     Y- ���"*  ^AUBURN,   October   29.���At"< V:12  o'clock this morning Leon F. Czolgosz  ,      r,        '&*&'  Ji   "*   j       <V .* '*���*��� P>  tl     -** ii   e_��:   N-T'i-*  >ko&t#m>:  J_E_-* ��?i ��1  Yffr.wm  the  muiderer   of  president -McKinley, ?$  'paid the extreme pe'nalty exacted by tho- "*  law for his crime.-'He/was ehocked'Mto f,_ , ��.���.?i-.s  death  by 1700 volts of. electricity. JloVYi ^YiMl  went torthe chair, inexactly'.tbe^san  manner as_,have other murdereds with"  sign of fear, but In fact doing what few  of them have done,, talking to "th'e ,wit  nesses while* he  the chair,  ."I killed the presidW^because'he'wl^  an enemy of good 'peopler-of {the (go'to'^ffilfeSL  working people.,I am hotfsorry'for i_iyi,JVVj*?^l$  crime." - -., s ~* _-   -. -*o'^-.JJr>"''*.^S%^M  % -These were h_s;*words-as*-.the 'guards "^.A^vigj,  hurried him "into the chair*.;, Words J\^?&��$��*%  supplemented a moment^Iater;' mumb-^ V ?���$-&*$  lling them through the half adjusted face'C k^*r���|  straps. "I am awfully snrrv t pnui#i Vi.��.. "_.'.i_%i-_S."jffi  see my father."   '_.   I  ^Czolgcs? retired at 1 _, .... ,.^_,  and slept so soundly that .when���Swarden ^VX^*^  Mead'went to'the'-cell shortly,, before" S^wt'-^S-  o'clock-this 'morning' the1, guard ���Insji1'-"-"1* ^'^  ione,, talking_to"the,wJt^ ��� Vflyffhp  e was being strapped liif.^^f^i  ^LzjC-i V ' ' __. ���; ' V- _!.&���>jF_>.��S  (hospital he jumped from a second story  window and was badly hurt.' Today he  secured a razor and ended his existence.  in the Somlin government. The bill was  introduced in the legislature and had  passed its second reading and was in  the committee stage when it was killed  by an objection vaised ��� by ,the then attorney-general, Joseph. W[artin.  ,'In June, 1890,, a:/general; election was  held throughout' the "province'' for members of the legislature, Two of the candidates in Nelson .riding were Frank  Fletcher, who is now mayor, of Nelson,  and Join Houston, who was then mayor  of.Nelron: One bf'th'e'i.id'nks'ln the latter's platform roads,as follows; ���*���������.> -  ���' '!2. AH legislation' should, be "general,  and not special. A beginning has/been  !made in this direction by th'e .enactment  of laws under which cities can. be incorporated, . companies -formed, and,  ���water records- obtained., These/ should  be added to by the passage of, a general  railway incorporation '��� act, AND ONE  GIVING MUNICIPALITIES THE SAME  POWERS TO ACQUIRE WATER RECORDS AS ARE NOW ACCORDED TO  PRIVATE CORPORATIONS." .  . ^ The above paragraph"'< goes to show  that John Houston was'alive to the ne^-  cessity of legislation-i.hat would/give  cities the right to acquire ,,water.records  for all purposes that such records could  be acquired for by private corporations.  He was' elected, and at the first session  of the legislature which- .he .attended  he', introduced-��� a, bill .to. amend the  Water druses.'Act. The bill .was'drafted  by' E.' V.: Bodwell of ��� A'ictoria, who is  recognized as' ono of th e\ ablest lawyers  in the province, and it was not amended  In any way during its passage through  the! legislature. The' bill became law,  but not without opposition.from attor-  .ney-general Eberts. His opposition.  vhowever, was .ilenced, and the second  reading was only opposed by: Messrs.  Turner,' Pcoley, A. W. Smith, and Ellison���4. A bill was rendered the city  by Mr. Bodwell.for his services, and  was paid in October, 1900.  The reccrd proves that Frank Fletcher  had nothing whatever to do with securing anx .water rights .that. the. city,  THE JEFFRIES-RUHLIN BOUT  Both in Fit Condition.  SAN   FRANCISCO,     Octobor    29  ���  Cnampion Jim Jcfferies and Gus Rhulin  aro already ,in fine trim for their battle  for the 'championship of the world on  November 15th.   So far as physical condition is concerned, either one of them  could step Into the ling tomorrow and  put up the fight of his life.   There is no  longer any doubt as to the certainty of  tho event taklng;placev on the date for  which/it/is;schpatiled.'v Harry/ Corbett.  has 'been agreed-, upon- as * referee',' both'  sldes.being satisfied'".that:he is capable-'  and honnest,a'ha:'cahhdt."bV bullied.. J'ef-,  fries is/ working 'at a summer ;hbtel" at  Harbin Springs" i_iiLafce,county*---a:'cozy-  little place ^twenty .t\*>b -miles, from the,:  nearest ..telegraph station, and  twenty-'  two miles.'by stage 'from* tho  railroad!  There is" no: other house in the place'  than, the hotel,'and the training camp  is absolutely cut off from the rest of the  world.   This sort of thing would distress  some fighters, but it is precisely the kind  of surroundings/that .iim Jeffries likes.  Up to a month ago his routine of daily  work consisted of   punching, the   bag,  rope-skippingi dumbbell and rowing machine ^ exercises,  varied  with ��� an occasional run on, the road, and. quite often  by a hunting trip in the mountains.   As  a pleasant variety from the routine work-  Jefferies went oh the road a month ago,  offering a big purse to any man whom  he could not knock out in four, rounds.  Hank Griffin, of Los -Angeles, .managed,  to get the money by clinching,' and fall-'  ing, and running around in Tug Wilson  style, but big Joe Kennedy was easily  put out at Oakland in two rounds. .*. Jeffries   returned   to his.'lonely.. training  camp on October 8th,:much, refreshed  by his little journey in tho outside world  and settled down* to hard work in earnest.   He went'out hunting alone on October 9th and brought home, a fine fat  buck, which ihe had shot moro than five  miles aw,ay from the hotel and; carried  in on his shoulder.    Nearly evory day  Jeffries takes a brisk walk, varied with  sprints up and down the mountain side.  Tho champion's daily programme now  includes the usual bag-punching, rope-  skipping and ' dumb-boll  exercises,  varied by boxing with Jack Jeffries and  Bob Armstrong.  Billy Delaney Is super-  and plainly, as ^a result of the death* of  the president.   He would   be' seen " in  'lonely'fields, kneeling for lohg*'hours as  if in prayer, his gun lying near .him, and  again he would be heard shouting'hoarse;  denunciations fromithe roadside' thick-"  ets'against Anarchy.   On sevenihocca-  sions"'--he-fired'repeated shots into a5big'  tiee^oh, ,Si6uth ��� Mill -Creek/ " Complaint,  was made, and two "peace, officers .went.  'downvto';liowery's place on Friday last*  ab "investigate.   TheyM founds hirn^in ?a"  field,,whither he had" just- come;:,.from  j&hooling   into   the   tree. " He   politely-  'handed over" his gun^on-'the'reque'st-'of'  tfie oflicers/Isaying he*was gladltliey lfad"  come, as' he was getting tired of his responsibility.    On their inquiring'what*  this'might be, he replied:   '    ���    ������>,"���  "Why, killing Anarchists, of course.'  Ive sent 10,000 of lhe'de\ils to Hadesx  already." ,      Z   '"'      ���'     '_,  ; He then explained'ithat-at ascertain'  hour every"morning hu'u'areds of-the be-v  lievers in the.abolition^of government-  could bo seen i gathered Taround the old  cottonwood on the bank of. the creek,  plotting the murder of-high'officials or  gloating over the death of their last  illustrious victim. Against these he said  he went every morning single handed  and prevailed-over them, notvso much  because of his good double-barrelled gun  js because of the righteousness of his  cause. This last he knew, he said, because on two. mornings, when he had exhausted his ammunition and was loath  to leave, he had finished his onslaught  with stones. He could kill them with  his naked hands he said. He made no  objection- to-the"~dfficers,-request~to~go"  with them,__ and did riot seem to understand .*. hatfyas going on when they took  him before "th6\Lunacy Commission at  Clarinda. H-ff'ts now in,* the asylum  theie.    '       * <-" " -    "  Solid Jury in 50-Cent Case.  BIGHAMTON, New York, October 29.  ���Lawrence W. Boyntun, a young attorney  of this city,  is suing Stanley N.  Mitchell    ,Tho plaintiff alleges that ho  drew up a proof claim in bankruptcy for  tho.'Bingamtqn Trunk Company at the  requestJoiHhe^defendant, and for which.  lie^hiiii-r-T,; he should havo received 50  .cents.$.-th._*ti<.fendant  denies  that  the  "p'r.qdf jciajrh''-.'"was drawn at his request.  '.^U-'tlie'tdefendant ever received in dividends'oh his claim was 75 cents.       *  V-l The -case will bo tried next week, and  tho''following   jurors   havo   been-, summoned:    Charles  M.  Turner,  president  of. the Security Mutual Life Insurance  Company; Robert H. Rose, oil magnate;  Guy W. Beardsley, managing editor of  an evening paper; * H. -'Allen.* Cameron,  financier;  Edward Van Wagoner, merchant;  James H. *, Nelson, ��� real   estate-  broker;   W. F. Cody,- producer dealer;  James S. Risley,  merchant;. James,E.  North-Tip,'    ex-alderman; :* Walter    P.  Pratt/manager of a brick company,' and  Charles Durand, banker.   ;  morning' the i guard^insi'de>(?��'x  had,-to'shake Cz6lgosz".tb awaken ,hini./���:*--  Czolgosz's breakfast* consisted* of��toast/,'^yWM^i  cggs,.fcacbn and coftee,and-he,ate>wlth,'-'#.^%5^#  quite a good 'deal- of -relish.--.; '^\-.i'iW ^$\p��M%.  '.   The autopsy wasi4"conducted.bjr!carl6��*>r^;!:'M��  PV McDonald, an~e> pert, alienist ahd*for-^vi^$p��  ,mer, president 'of .tho>'NewsiYbrk^'statb^.^^*4��  lunacy commission,"and'Dr.'E^A.'sSpItf-.^r.^.^  ,lra,ol Now York. The jtop/of'the .headH&vV^flf  >as sawed off-through-lhe'thickestparc'^-^-is^'  'Of the skull,,which was-'found to be oLsf^iJFffiit  -normaDthickness, aridLjit\was'tho unani-'^'-. '^I'M  mous agreement after- microscopical in- .!'' ^-/'^  ve.tigatlon .that'the/.brain^was noirral.<>-Of -dM  ^or,slightly above'normal.*"This demou-  ,<*>���'#'?$���  ,,-trated to, the satisfaction of the physi-      '-ff'^M  ,clans;;thatv,in��no way/iwas Czolgosz*c _Y~Y'MLh  imental- condition,  except  as' it  miglil/% 't&CW Sl  have.beenvpjgrverted,;responslbJ<- tor-tho^-'f"P52tek I  crime.  ��� .'   " *.)' (-^   "*/   ***       ��� ", rv T^^-^jP i  .   S*^MipnJ"^ri^ftrl:Mi_Her.       ,  ^'���J'-^Sf'  TORbNTO;^^ of \ yuYi l l  Fred|R^;atteS^ for  the-Y;'?$$;.  mu��d_#��.ofi c ons tah le:.Boy ci began 'today.\        '"'  It .will.���ta'.ff-eme-r.hered'*that  Boyd .was1  ldll-^di^liij^iRic^JaaesJandjRutledge/ afV ^i)1^^  trlp.-.:qf^bahk;/.burgla^,^.ere being con-       </��������*����  tra-r--. :: . b__.X . T. Ar: __r_�����$-'-\X~H_.~    *.���    �� *|_  ' A.-.riW^  >Ycm  .veyMifrdmithefcour_j;hbuse to the jail  in a/hack; ^Gphstable; Stewart, tho first  wltaess /^examined^Swas':J on   the . haclc ~ '  at th-s/'tlmei^hile-rBbyd/rpde inside. He  ;  swores that: hesaw/Riice point a revolver  '<  at Bbyd/ahd/;ihat/he:saw/il discharged.   -  The:sh66tihg tobkiiplace/after Rulledge 4  had^brderedRicb/tb_"Giye it to him."  Cross-examination/brought out the in-   '  fcrence tlmtSdefensefrwill   endeavor-to  fast_Jn'.the];"^iItT'upoh'-,:tho  dead  man.   '  Rulledge/*comrnitted' suicide  by jumping/from the, upper,gallery of the jail to   ���.'  the stone * floor and "Jones died from tho  eft ccts/of wounds received Jn an attempt  to_csCape.*.".//-..:.;*;... v -���;.������.. (, -.7     "������~     "���  At the afternoon session the crown  called a number of witnesses to the ,  affair, but" their stories varied considerably. Thomas, Cullendum, a druggist,  said that Rice, after getting out of the  cab, fired three or four shots Into it and  then made for the.car; Under cross-examination, witness would not swear he *  saw a. revolver in Rice's hands. Robert  Highly, the hack '/'driver, motormem  Kohlrheyer and Wilson and conductor  Ennis of the car were also examined and  the caso adjourned until tomortow.  vfM  : nm  ' :(-m  .ri<  ' Y~%\  r\  ,>AX<  ���  ' United' States as a Sea Power.  BERLIN,.October 29.���"The American  navy becomes a more important power  every year, and ' all other seafaring  nations must, earnestly consider it,"  nays tho Neueste Nachrichten, noting  that the report that presidont Roosevelt  aims at a considerable increase of the  navy as confirmed by the next naval estimates, which ask for ?22,000,000 more,  double the amount of the appropriation  for tho German navy until March 31st,  J902.  The National Zeitung says: "President Roosevelt's proposed increase of  the navy can nowhere excite distrust.  The more tho United States participate  in the world's politics the bettor for oach  singlo power. Tho greater the number,  of possible diplomatic combinations the"  greater liberty of action." Tho same paper asserts that American ship building,  counting tho ships under construction  September 30th, has tripled since 189?.  Underground Railway Pointers.  LONDON, October 29.���Messrs. August  B6lmont, McDonald, Bryan. Deyo. Van-  vleck   and   Stllwell,   having   completed  their survey of the undei ground railways of Europe, start on tholr return to  New York tomorrow on board tho White  Star liner "Oceanic" from Liverpool  with much useful information for the  benefit of New York city's underground  road. Mr. Belmont said today to a representative of tho Associated Press: "We  met with tho greatest courtesy everywhere and all possible opportunities "of  seeing what wo wanted were granted to  us. Wo secured much 'valuable data, particularly regarding stations and power.  You cannot 'compare London's 'tube*  with tho New York road, for our line is  being constructed on an entirely diifer-  ent principle." Mr. Belmont also had an  important conference with the tuif authorities. Ho said he saw the officials oC  the English and French Jockey Clubs  and that thoy evinced the most fnendly  desire to enter Into reciprocal agreements with the New York Club  Victoria Local News.  VICTORIA, October 29���[Special to<  The Tribune]���Sapper Gill ot the roy il  engineers, whoxa couple oi weeks ago  shot .gunner Glinnock of tho R. G. A.  while shooting at gunner Maconey ot  the same regiment, was found guilty today of manslaughter and wb_ sentenced  by judge Drake to fifteen jears in the  penitentiary. He Is , only twenty-one  years of age. A verdict of murder and  capital punishment was looked foi.  Miss I. B. Dunsmuir, eldest daughter  of premier Dunsmuir, was united in  marriage today to captain G. M Au-  dalne of Iho Indian Service Corps.  *"'5_1 lfs  THE frELSOtf' TRIBUNE,  WEDNESDAY MORNING,  OCTOBER 30, 1901  Ma��as��sS��3��S*' Ui *#  p^1-  #0  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  INCORPORATE!-   1C70  C03^^-A-3SriT  In view of coming events, we are paying special  attention to the requirements of c  THE   BALL   ROOM  We cannot go into details, but we would ask  you to have a look at -   *'  OUR   WINDOWS  We have the choicest, newest and daintiest goods  procurable in the best, markets of the world, and at  prices which will agreeably surprise you.    .  to  to  to  ��� -*���  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  J��  *fe������-�������^& *&���$&&&&&&&&$*:  Writ:  ��  WHOLESALE, DIRECTOR^  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  v '  W   P.  TEETZBti & CO.���CORNER OF;  Baker    and - Josephine    streets,    Nelson/  . wholesale   dealers   In   a3sayer's   supplies.-  Agents  for  Denver  Fire   Clay   Company,*  Dpnver, Colorado, i  i.    ���  .       COMMISSION -MERCHANTS.     s!;  ���^U^jf^VANS^^ofZSA^ERSTK^^ii  .Nelson,,-.wholesale 'dealers   .in    liquors,*  _ clears,  cement,   fire brick  and  flre  clay,  t   water  pipe   and  steel  rails, ��and  general  i   commission merchants.-"   >   .,   i     ��� -. ;v;  ]��,.>*-  0:  1 ��_-�� ���  J.}*!  _ if ���.'! ���  lif-ii'*.  I <?f>x.  Mi..  IW:Y  ,V'* ' p} UURNS & 'COABAKER"STREET,^  ct-ssi-. * .Nelson, wholesale .- dealers Un 'fresh1 iand,'.  vi*iT ���. - cured meats. Cold storage.- ������'.. ��� < ><  fc.'liV       *"������*'"     GROCERIES.**,,. -. ���  I^-?" -" 'Tcoot-iEnaT^  |}Jj��3ft<e?l-'.si.,ttecl.���Vernon {street.ffNelson^ ..wholesaJe^  l"^sr('��'-" -fgrocers.  ?^l -f \* JOHN   "CHOLDITCH  '& -;CO.-I. RON-Pj!  ��yy-,l .street, Nelson,-wholesale grocers.- ,-���'  '     ELECTRICAL'-SUPPLIES. -    7,  "^kootenay" elect_s__c~suppl5^t&-  Construction  Company���Wholesale ..dealers)  in telephones, annunciators,,  bells, batter-.;  ies, electric fixtures and appliances.'Hous^'  yon Block,'- Nelson.'  " .J   '      :'g.  - '     FRESH AND SALT MEATS.'} , 1$  _;?*?  ���&Vy'.   'A.'MACDONALD   A.   CO.-COKNER-OFf  ihiA I'\ Front* and Hall streets, ^ Nelson., wholesale^*  ziiy.     .-/grocers  and,Jobbers in  blankets,, gloves,.  ���C mitts, boots, rubbers, macklnaws and mm-"  " "ers"'sundries.^-' *.  . yi  J <f**V  S'-.ef*-  .V   *  ���  J T. GRIFFIN .& CO.-FRONT STREET,  V Nelson, wholesale dealers' In provisions,  l^cured, meats, butter-and eggs.  JjQgORS AND DRY ��� GOqjgS.^__  TTURl:J_-_C^3]-_BTON &~CO^CORNm  Vernon and" Josephine- streets. Nelson,  wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars and dry-  goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Company of .Calgary.- ^^  PLASTERERS' UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening ln the Elliot Block, at 8  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, < president;' "William  "Vice, secretary. P. O. Bog 161.    ,   CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WED-  nesday evening of eaoh week at 7 o'clock,  ln Miners' Union Hall. v C. "J. Clayton,  president; Alex. B. Murray,, secretary.  'PAINTERS* UNION MEET .THE FIRST  and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. Walter R.  Kee, president; Henry Bennett, secretary-  i    LAUNDRY      WORKERS'.      .UNION.���n  Meets  at  Miners'   Union--Hall  onJ fourth  Monday In, every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  _n. B. Pape, president; A. W. McFee, sec-  retary.   - '        '" ��� "  '-  CLASSIFIED.ADS.  \ \        ARTICLES FOR SALE.  "^^vnKGfuAJ^^Ss^F^Ax��fsiNDS  for sale or rent at the Old Curiosity Shop.  * *' ' ^..' 'F.9K:^-vrYzc'''Y  (Foil rentPftveSooSE^ottage. all  imnrovemonts;   close  in.    Address   Box   671,  Nelson.'.I--,    -i,'   -    *.  > _   ���.  , 'FOR RENT-THREE . ROOMS�� SUITABLE  ^for light housekeeping: hot and cold'water, ste_.m  heat; baths.   Address box 571,-Nelson.  I., - **  .*��� .SIX   ROOM-COTTAGE   AT -BALFOUR  "to let by the month'or. for the season. Immediate- possession/ Good  Ashing.   Apply  C. ^W.> Busk,  Kokanee.creek.'Phone 66a.  -Or to,R. H. Williams,*'Baker street;Nelson..  " 'FOR RENT-PALACE SALOON, SANDON.'  iFor particular, apply Mrs. A. Eagan, Sandon, B.C.  WTO   LET-THREE   ROOMS   ON   CEDAR  street; large living room, bedroom'and kitchen  "with sink; also use of bath.  Apply to J. Coxhead, Cedar street.   .    ' y ,  WALL  PAPER  Perhaps it's a bedroom you're going to  have papered, the  hall or rarlor. It  really makes no difference which it is,  we have paper to suit all rooms. Papers  were never so pretty as they are this  season. Just now we are opening our  new fall stock and having a clearance  salo of the short lots left over from the  summer's business, all good papers, too,  and many of them are in quantity sufficient for any room. Ceilings and borders to match in most cases. '  FOR-SALE.  FOR IMMEDIATE SALE-GROCERY EUS-  inans; good location; low rent; ownor going out.  of business.   For full particulars address'O.K.,  Grand Forks, B. C.  BUSINESS f DIRECTORY.  -ARCHITECTS.  A.,C. EWART.���ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  Aberdeen'Block,'Baker Street, Nelson.  I*  felt  CilOP HOUSE.  PIONEER      CHOP      HOUSE.      JOHN  Spear, -. proprietor," opposite Queen's 'Hotel,  -- Baker street,-1 Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches" a specialty. Picnic and traveling  parties supplied "on shortest notice.  DRAYAGE.  FURNITURE,, PIANOS,' SAFES,  ETC.,  moved <carefully'at reasonable rates. Apply J.1- T.' Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's eec-  _pnd Hand store. Ward street.  _  FimNITURE.  D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Bay  'phone No. 292* night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postoffice building, Vernon street,'  Nelson.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.*  "free millingTgo^  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties Jat once. The Prospectors'   Exchange,  Nelson,  B.   C,  Room  4,i  K. W. C..B*ock.  GOLD,'    COPPER,     SILVER,     LEAP  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,.  Nelaon, B. C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.?  NOTICES' OF MEETIN&S;  .    FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23.,-A. F. &>  A. M. meets second Wednesday ln  each   month.   Sojourning   brethren  Invited.  - NELSON   ROYAL  ARCH  CHAPTER NO.  12J, G. It. C���Meets Uiiul Wednesday.   Sojourn-,  ing companionb   invited.   Chas.   G. Mills,   '/_-,  Tlios. J. Sims, H. E.  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. IS..���  Regular meetings first and third Thurs-,  days 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.  "^mInkk^v^jn-OnT^  Meets  in  Miners'  Union  Hall,   northwest -  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday   evening   at   8   o'clock.   Visiting  members  welcome.   M.   R.   Mowat,  president; James Wilks, secretary. Union scale  of wages for Nelson district per shift: Machine men $3.50, hammersmen $3.25, muckers,  carmen,  shovelers,  and other underground laborers $3.  BARBERS' UNION, NO. 196, OF THB  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets first and third Mondays  of each month ln Miners' Union Hall at  8:30 sharp. Visiting members invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. H. Matheson, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording,  ���wcretary.  HELP WANTED.'  ���IWANTED-'-GOOD   SMART  BOY   TO  ACT  as boll-boy, at Hotel Phair.  WANTED-THREE GIRLS FOR 'HOUSE  and hotel work, railroad men for Lardo, Nelson  Employment Agency." Phono 278-  WANTED-^-A MAN THAT UNDERSTANDS  hilliaids to look after Miners. Club House. Ad-  drebs, stating salary, E. K. Stewart, Michel, B.C.  ^SITUATIONS WANTED.      ~  " SITUATION WANTED-BY YOUNG WO-  m.m as general servant in small family. Address  box 050, NolBon..       ,��� '  ___________ _y '-LOST^ ..,.~  ELOST���LADY'S   GOLD   WATCH,   MONO-  f;ram "M. D." on outside'with engraving inside."  toward on rotuin to Judge Forin.  EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES. '  HELP- FURNISHED���WRITE, , TELE-  ]lhone, telegraph or inquire Western Canadian Employment Office, Nelson. Phone  270. 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.   ��tie f&tihnxtz  *. *  *  *  *  *  *  *  *  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS  BY   CARRIER.  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.  ���fc  ���fc  ���fc  ���fc  ���fc  ���fc  ���fc  ���fc  ���fc  ���fc-  COOKS AND WAITERS UNION NO. 14_,  W. L. V.. meets at Miners' Union HaU on second and last Tuesdays in -every month at SHO  ��.___.' sharp. A. B. Sloan, presidont: J. P. Far-:  re-toll, Decretory JL JS. Fortier, finandii eeo-  The 45 per cent "deal with the West  Kootenay Power & Light Company has  been killed; but the deal tbat has been  substituted for it is worse, if anything,  than lhe percentage deal. Its terms are  practically the same. The city must pay  for 150 electric horse-power whether" It  uses it or not.   If moro is used, the ex  cess  must be  paid  for; but  If  less Is  used, no deduction is lo be allowed for  what is not used.   It is the same kind  of  an  agreement  the  West  Kootenay  Power & Light  Company, Limited,  of  Rop.land has with tho Nelson Electric  Tramway Company, Limited; an agreement which is said~will ultimately force  the tramway company to susrend operations.    The tramway company is paying the power company for over twice  the power it is  using, and the pow^r  company has absolutely refused to allow the tramway company to sell the  city the power it is paying for but. not  using. Iu January, 1900, the then mayor  of Nelson was approached by captain  THOMSON STATI0NEHY4C0..Ltd  J NELSON,- B. O.   _ ���_  donald, all three of whom are.directors  of the tramway, company. They wanted  the then .mayor' to favor >a .deal by  wjhich they > (the tramway - company)  could use the -power they were rpaying  for but not- using; they -wanted rtlie  privilege? of selling, their .unused power  direct to consumers. The- then 'mayor  said No! most emphatically.^' He however, said he would do-his best to in-'  duco the council to take the-tramway  company's ' surplus ' power off - their  hands, and payT them jvhat' they .were  paying the power .-company, .for, it.r As  an,illustration, he said:j* "You.are pay-  "ling'fov 150-horse-power-and only us-  " ing 70 horse-powver.' Now "I will try  "and , get .the^ city, to-, take-- off,,your  ".hands the 80,horse-power.you cannot  ".use, and pay you the same* rate���-for it  "that' you *are paying the power' com-  ",pany. - You, say you pay;-the. power  "companyj$9000;ar-year for power.\* If  "the city takes 80 horse-power off your  '"{hands; you will be "' saving ��� $4800 a  "'year, .which-is quite ran item." The  three directors said..they-::'couldinot;en-  ter-.into any such-a deal;?tliat the'power  company wouldrnot.a,lk.w,them to sell  their'^i'i used; power I in' any; such.-way.  If this .is a,'statement of if act, .llie power  company is unwilling to lielp-tbe tramway company in a'.way that is.effective.  If this is a statement, of,fact,-the city  should i ot i make.- any \ "deal,. with the  power**, company <-- for-*> any'/ quantity of  cI)ower until'they know"just how much  additional, power..'is Vequiredr.to meet  ".he, --city's - requirements; ��� and' --then 'the  deal should be on a month-to-month  basis." "'   i -'". ��� ^-. _   "  JThe.managerof the 'West' Kootenay  ',Power &' Light. Company 'is/reputed to  bo an expert .electrician;, when it comes  tp electricity he knows what he is talk--  ing aboutCi'He knows that when he is  dealing ^with mayor^-Fletcher that'he is  dealing' with,, a' novice;. he also" knows  that .the six' aldermen - are no better  posted on electricity than is the' mayor.'  He,says he'is'Willing'to'sell the cityof  Nelson power,on a basis of 45 pfr^ceht  of the gross revenue the city receives  from electric . lighting. ��� There-'are* at  present 4500 -16.' c.pr lamps connected-  with the'eity's pole :lines, and 500 fmore  awaiting connection, or 5000 in all.,' A1-.  lowing 10".16-'.c.p.'r'lights ,to each-.elec7,*-  trical-horse-power, 500 electrical_horse-i  power would'be'used-in-giving the city  an effective service. It was estimated-  that, the-gross revenue under "the pro;  posed deal would amount to  $25,06o a  W AUTUM  0S0. 00. 0*0,  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  LADIES' JACKETS;.  COSTUMES, ���  PURS AND UNDERWEAR:  AT  ESPECIALLY.  LOW PRICES '���-  ���torn-  to  to  MENS' LAMBS' WOOL  SHIRTS^ AND * DRAWERS,'  FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR, WOOL AND CASHMERE SOCKS,'. FLANNELETTE NIGHT. SHIRTS  AND. PAJAMAS AT  VERY LOWi  PRICES  BARGAINS  IN  GREY AND WHITE.  BLANKETS,  WOOL   COMFORTERS AND EIDER- .  DOWN QUILTS.   .  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  c. -  to  to  to  to  to  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  'iS^1'       " _ir  ^���j^' <S_". <j^ ��� <��&' ^t J__i_K *S '"tf '* fSm7''tmr * 'SS. '^ * t__WWi(Sn ' -_a_J ** * _S__J   -VJ__r> '-^^ ��^g-��>j^ ��� *^!����^^��2a-K��^g��, ��>*����>j��. ��^3s>�� >9�� ���^Jfe*^^ "Jft* ^"^ '_<2. i^t^i  5[eai,7"45'per cenrofwhich was to go to"  the power company.   Forty-five per. cent  of $25,000 is .$11,250, .which-, if. divided  tyy 500 gives a-rate of $22.50 perrhorse-  p'ower. rlf-the power company is willing,  to ,sell power on a percentage basis- at  #22.50 per horse-power per year, why is,  it that they, ask ?50 per horse-power per  year when they sell it on a horse-power  basis? 7 The  city  council   .had   better,  shelve the whole proposition until theyr  know as much about electricity as does  the   manager., of   the  West-  Kootenay  Power & Light Company, Limited, of-  Roseland.i     The Re:Aland Miner is said to-be on.  the market'again, the Le Roi company,  having made ono payment of $10,000 on  the purchase price, and another-payment  is said to.be due in December^ rThe new,  management of the Le Roi company do  not want a newspaper and do not care  to make the payments tbat are said to  be coming-due. Tho plant used by the  Miner -can be duplicated -with brand-  new material for $10,000, and another  $10,000 spent in improving its news and  local service -would make the Rossland  World a better newspaper property than  the Miner ever can be made.. The Miner  has no longer an asset that Is known as  "good will." It has a name so besmirched that if anyone should *��� purchase the plant, they would be forced  to charge tbe name of the paper for  self-protection.  toria'f of - political -' power " in   order ��� to  gratify, the ambition-of. Vancouver. But  what'.the-people; of Kootenay do want  andiwill.Mnsist on, is representation on.  a fairjbasisI'AThey will insist-that the-  cities,!'of^ Nelson^'and.'Rossland,   each  'having,over.v5060ipopulation, sha^.have,  representation^ion the' same 'basis cof  populationias* the cities of "Victoria and  rtanaimb.y^They'wiH InsistXthat', the  portion of the district outsider these two  ��� cities,shalL-bei.given representation on'  the sameibasis as the portions of-Vancouver  Island   outside  tho  two .citiea..  ���above,.named.. This', surely, is not unfair.-, What people-.have-been-no longer.  ^countsAfor. much*.in this_'materialist-C  age/ What people' 'are 'is what 'counts.  And'just now the .people .of Kootenay  are "some .pumpkins,;*  ; ; It   is i safe   to -assume, At ��� tjie - city j  had'100 horse-power ins addition to'the  power, of .-its own plant'that every user  ,of light/in'the-city could fbe. given effl-,  cient electric-light, and,-in addition,, 50-  arc lamps could be placed on the streets.  That much power if purchasedjfromrthe  (West Kootenay Power. &.'Light Com-,  pany.jwould cost the cityr$p00 a,month,*  or just about.as'much.as'it'is now cost-*  ing the city to maintain and operate its-  plant' on Cottonwood Smith, Creek.  Tn  11 **������� ���**>���������  Incorporated under, tho laws of British Columbia.  Capital $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 shares *.   Par value $1.00 each  All.treasury stock- ;      No promoters and no preferred  The census returns show Vancouver  Island has only one-fourth of the population of the province and the Mainland  three-foui ths. This should not, however, be taken to mean that the people  on, the Mainland are opposed to the  Island's getting fair representation in  both legislative assembly and in the  house of commons. The people of Kootenay, , for, instance, numbering) as they:  "ordeFlto .relieve the immediate --needs  of'the city, that much.power ;mlght be  purchased from month to month.'.'But  ���before the deal is closed'the city,should  .submit, the -agreement to- an electrical  expert. There seems to.befdoubts.as'to  what * en_* electrical' horse-power-' really  is,,and ,doubts are'al-io expressed as to  .why the city, should pay,for,poweri for.  24'hours-when it isonly used'12, hours.  .There ���' are several * points; which* the ���  council shovld not overlook,when dealing with the manager .of the, West Kot-  "enay.-Power & Light Company,-and-one'  of them*is that manager'!-. A; Campbell.  is an'expert electrician.-  -   With a revenue  of1 $25,000  a" year,  the city would have ' paid ' the' West'  Kootenay Power   &  Light-. Company.  $11,250 a-year for--power .on .the basis"  of - 45 per cent iof- the ��� ��� revenue.,   By  purchasing "a' minimum ��� of > 150* horsepower a year at $50l per. horse-power,  the city will pay ,the,company $7500,a'  'year, or, $3750 less than.by.the per cent-  age  deal.    The cost of operating the  city's power,bouse is'$2280'a.year for,  labor alone, which deducted from $3750-  leaves $1470 for maintaining ithe. city's  plant in an efficient condition.' This goes  to phow that tho city had better buy all  its power on the percentage basis than,  one-thirdi of it on a horse-power hasis-  It seems to be a case of heads I win,  tails you lose, when the city of Nelson  is   dealing  with -the, West.Kootenay  Power- & Light Company* o Limited, of  Rosslandi  "PKOPERTIES.---Camborne' Group, nine,''claims,-���  Oyster Grroup,.,six, claims,- Located.'in the Free.  Gold.Fish -Eiver- Camp,_Lardeau Mining -Division..  B; 0.'. - Large' Veins," ��� ��� Free milling rgol d - ore.*  FIRSTf;ALLOTMENT:---2Q0,000' shares now, offered,  at '50j'cents iper share, j  j    ;   In view of "'the splendid showings of both'high and low-grade  ore, and the-unrivaled facilities for the economical developing and'  working, of the. properties, it is confidently expected that not only-  will .the present issue.of. stock be sold quicklys but .-that 'no, more,-  will be offered at leas, than; par.,  Address all inquiries or; applications for stock to  SOOlEfWAKID  On the construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway in the Lardo district.  i  HIGHEST WAGES PAID.  ". In order to secure men .without delay  ordinary .labor-.will be*paid. J2.25~per dajr  and axemen $2.50 per day.       s "',*'���  GOOD STATION WORK  "      CAN BE SECURED., ��� -  il  For   further   particulars   apply   to  Nelaon Employment Agencies or to  tha  CARLSON & POSTER  CONTRACTORS.  ;  P._0: BOX"666~  NELSON, B.C.,  S.-]_fc+BR��DGESr  Official Broker.  WANTED.  SOO Day.and Station-Men  Eight- months'   work.    All   rock.  Wages $2.25 per day.  ���_.  TELEPHONE.39..  P. O. BC^627.  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  ' .LIMI -E-EJ-D.  .    CHARLES HILLYER, President.. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  I Have jngt leceivea 8.000,0 CO.eet of logs from Idaho, and we are prepared to out the largont bill  of Umbor of any dimensions or lengths. Estimates given at any time. The largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings iq Kootenay. - ,  O  OOAST LUMBER OP ALL KINDS ON HAND  1 OFFICE AND YARDS:   CORNKR HAM, AND FRONT STREETS.   iiillll!miniiiTiimiiiilriiiililliilniTiTiiiiiii,.,i,,,,T���,.,,i,,TrrrTrT,rT,,,iiiiii,, ,rTTTT  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  No. 4*, K. W. O. Block, i  NELSON, B. C.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at tbe Exchange.  Free-MlHina* Gold .Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  Parties having mining property for sale are requested to sond samples of their ore to the  Exchange for exhibition.   We desire to hear from all prospectors who have promisintr mineral  -aims in British Columbia.l   , ^  ^Prospectors and mining men are requested to mako the Exohange their headanarters wheu  Nelson.  All samples should be sent by earpress, Prepaid.  Correspondence solicited,  Address all communications to ,  Telephone 104 ~ ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER,  P. O. Box 700 ���        Nelson, B. C.  iiiiiiii_��iiiiiiini_>iiiuiiiiiiTii!i��iuiiii��iTT--ix_xaixrce___a_i  nTmiimiiiiiliiiliiinnniini ri^<   __ J._ G-^MeLEAN,-^  Elko,  B.C.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  i Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.  Imperial Oil  Company. .Washington Brick, Lime & Manufacturing Company.   General commercial agenta  and brokers.  .Allcoal and wood striotly cash on delivery.  TBLEPHQNHi-7.   Office 184 Baker St.1  W. P. TIERNEY  , Telophono 265.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Offlee:   Two Doors West C. P. R. Office  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Tictoria and Kootenay Streets (  P. O. J*ax 559. TELEPHONE NO. 95.  do over 30,000, will not consent)itovany  Djcuocan,, Erani; Peters, anel Wt At Mac*4 arrangemeiit7;f^--;yfaiid:-'fi^ijci"-Yic-\  Mayor Fletcher is getlng on his high  hcrse���-not the one he bought ,for the  firp department ��� but a metaphorical  high horpe..He says h,e isabove using,  billingsgate in his arguments.-.' If-the  ir.ayor would* only confine himself to the  truth,-the whole truth,* and nothing ;but  tho truth, when he - makes P arguments;,  he-would: not haye tovbt..interviewed in;  jxriiit in order -to set iiln-seli: ilgbt. ., - - (  The manager of the West Kootenay  Power & Light Company is reported as  saying that the city is losing 50 per cent  of its electric current through defective  wiring. If so, the city council'need  not buy auxilliary power. It has power  to spare of its own. All that is needed  to -be done , is to .thoroughly overhaul  the pole line; wires and the drop connections from the poleJines.  Suitable: for * wrap  IMPERIAL BBEWM. COMPANY  , EMERSON & REISTERER.  BREWERS OF THE BEST     <  LAGER BEER  STEAM BEER  ANDkPORTER  MEWLING & CQ.  AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ETC.  i    Kootonay Street, noxt door to Oddfellows' Hall  -    P. O. Box C33 NELSON, B.C.  NOTICE  . .''i_-%?j^^-ttb^y|:When you'want.tKe'Bes^a^k'fori  TSiBUILEWIU)My.Da>A��T-dEMT| i IMPERIAL BEER. j  : ��� . x XX'X ' r' ��� 7   :  ' \; *l:   - ..   _'������>'.;',*.' ,  .: - .. ���- * '  The undersigned has resumed proprietorship of the'-''blacksmith', business  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 K. B. Reiley,  are payable to me., ;  ���������'������ H. D. ASHCROFT.   .  i NeJsoi_t.'S%i-Pit..Oep^^^:r'3_^lt.',.i:j. _  ���v.  THE-NELSON<TRffiTO*_E*'WEDNESDAY MORNING;' OCTOBER-'30, ,1901' ,  BANK OF 10NTB1AL  "   CAPITAL. all paid up-".$12,000.000.p0  UNDIVIDHD PBOPITS      '427,180.80  1 Lord SLrathcona and Mouut Royal ���������gresjaont  L Ho��� Ceoii. e A. Drummond ���������;,������ Vico-E*oindenb  E.S. Clovston General Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Baiter and Kootenay Streeta.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  r    Bronchos In London (England)' New York,  | Chicago, and all the prinoipal cities In Canada.  ��� ��� o  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  \ TQ?antrSCon-mercIal  and  Traveler.'  Credits,  ' available in any part of the world.. <  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Era,  Savings Bank Bpaneh  OV BRENT BATK OF INTEREST PAID.  THE CANADIAN  BANE OF COMMERCE  WITH WHIQII IS AMALGAMATED  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICK: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,       -     -     - '  ?g COO.000  Reserve Fund,      - $2,000,000  .    AGCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon, Geo. A. Cox,  President.  B   E. Walker,  Qeneral Manager  London Office, 60 Lombard Street. H. O.  New Torlc  Office, 10   B-Cchanse   Place.  and 68 Branches In Canada and the  United States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:   :  Interest ^allowed on doposits.   Present rate  three per cent. '  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branoh.  IMPERIAL BANK  O-F    O_A.-l-T-A.ID_A.  Capital (paid up)   -. $2,600,000  Rest       -      -      -    $1,850,000  HEAD OFFICK, TORONTO, ONTARIO.  Branches in Northwest Territories. Provinces of  Jirilish Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec,  H.'8. HOWLAND President.  D. R. WILKIE General Manager.  E. HAY Inspeotor.  NELSON   BRANCH,  BURNS BLOCK.  A gonoral banking business transacted. ��  Bavinga Department,1*���Deposits received and  intorest allowed.  Drafts sold, available in all parts of Canada,  United States and Europe.       -        *  Special attention given to collections.  _      ,,  J .. J.' M._LAY, Manager.  *M������'���' _       ^_���~���_  -    : " j ��� ���-���%  THE PBOYINCI IN A DOZEN LINES,  ,    MARYSVILLE���Dr. 0 Hogan bas been  [appointed physician for the Marysville  smelter,  sawmill,, brickyard and Sulli-  [ van mine.    ' x  _.  ,    MOYIE���Mi. and Mrs. Lacey of Moyie  are building a hotel ai Portal, the new  town on the line of the Glow's Nesr.  J Southern. It will be ready to occupy in  ���l-a few weeks. _ - -.  ��� TRAIL���One of .the coppei furnacos  Bat the smelter has been chut down, but  [ss the lead furnace was blowr in at the  [same time, the fact does not affect the  staff at the plant. The smelter is receiving the output of the Triune property m  the Lardeau The ore is said to be the  highest grade silver-lead product mined  in the province.  ROSSLAND���The first snow of the  season fell on Columbia avenue on  Tuesdaj morning^ For a.short time it  was possible to make snow balls in a  few srots, hut the beautiful soon melted  away. >���     ���  MARYSVILLE���The.'. Sullivan company .are quarrying stone above the  falls for the foundation-of the smelter.  A power drill has been secured from the  St. Eugene company at Moyie*-to help  in the work.  , .        ,  MOYIE���William Mills, one of the  pioneers of Moyie, returned this', week  ,with his wife and cblldl Mills, left here  early last spring to try his luck in  Alaska, and i his. wife went east on a  visit. While in Alaska he located some  good, claims, but a railroad will have^to  flrsjt be built.into, that; country, before  anything can be done with them. Mills  says i Moyie is good enough for him and  he intends to remain. ,' '  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  All, repair, work, promptly ex-  ecuted. -   '  I�� you need a Silver Tea Set call at Jacob Dover's store.  For a Sterling Manicure Set write to Dover's jewelry store.  ' Por finest Out Glass go to Jacob Dover's. ��  For Kara Pianos try.Jacob Dover. . '  Piano Lamps1 and Onyx Tables can be bought at my store.  For a Wheeler and "Wilson Sewing Machine, at Dover's.  Do you need a nice Mantle Clock? - Call at Dover's store.  For Diamonds'and Precious Stones we are the headquarters.  Ladies' Watches set with Diamonds, ask for them'at Dover's.  i\  I invite, you one-and all..to do >business with me, 'as  all-my goods. are guaranteed.'   "    ___   ,  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  1 _ -_ <��� - _-.     ���" 0   ' \-- 0   -< v v^   r��j-  C. P. R. Time.Inspector  NELSON, B.C.  "?,r  it-  Maif order receive our. prompt *  ,/**���.,���,!-     e ,**     ..   v. '.*-'  >ix  and cai^furattention: "':'^"���",  y, <,-  VK*'^'-' ' -   -1 v , ���>    .'    <��� y^r     ' T^M-_��____-____-__-i ;> .f\'  ^\'&'&'&^&&&'&%\\_\'&^rf_%_ 'f��L*4r''%r'<'       ���^���^���^,4& ,:ag. '-?S& 'S? '.^ ���-^���'"^ -".afc��^ ��^ ^. W.J^. w.-w-^rAVy  -  , .' '     . i   *   m .   ,    , '   . - v   _. t ���_> <: .,   ^ . *** *-r. /-r; <*-? rz- "Z.^ ^-ifrl0^rt's  !S TRADE UNIONISM DEAD ?  , a .      -   _  A Simple Problem.   ���  The trade-union congress ��which has  tbeen sitting at Swansea has recognized  ���(.the fact that the principle in support of  Lwhich its "members are mainly inler-  lested has received a serious blow. Mr.  RBowerman in his presidential address  [was outspoken in despondency. Ho  ^described, the present condition of 'affairs as "intolerable," and the legal de-  [cision of which it was the outcome as  fbemg "intended to secure the legal  pauperization of woikmen." The "Daily  u Chronicle." commenting on the president's speech, is found asking if trade-  I unionism is "doomed to extinction as,  fa fighting force." The pronouncement"  'of the house of ]ords,*whiclThas carried  ! coustematior into the trade-union  , ranks, 1 elates to a question so simp1 a  that the. intellect 'of a child might' be  relied 'upon to solve it. The point is  this: Should a society be held responsible for the acts of its authorized  agents' The answer is obvious and inescapable, if the matter' is .posed.*as a  problem of equity. Until a^few weekd  ago the point of law-as it affected  trade-unions was uncertain. - It "is now  settled,, and ^settled in accordance with  plain common'sense'and'justice. It is  understood . that if the officials and  agents cf a trade-union'sanction illegal  acts to the injury of others, the funds  of the union can" be ' made "liable in  damage..  There would not at first sight seem  to be any ground for despondency in  respect to -.this'decision for it does not  propose m any way to-pfnal^e the legal action of the unions It simpl/  makes them responsible for any illegn.1  movement which may nave a detrimental effect upon the interests of others.  But the very fact that it does excite  something akin to dismay proves ai  once that fhe 'leaders of tbe unions  have hithertr not been careful to scrutinize too clo.ely the legality of their  own proceedings It is only the galled  jade who winces under a pinch'of this  "&ort"~"A-corpo'fate^body^which-has-yl-5-  ways kept sci upulously within the limits of the haw is not disturbed on being  told that it will be held financially responsible for the consequences of illcgiil  acts. The letent decision of the highest  couit of judicature in the realm tells  the unions neither more nor less than  that, and straightway "tlie position is  intolerable.' and the question of the  extinction of the trade unions as a  fighting force is guessed at by one of  their most powerful -and consistent  supporteis. It you toll an individual  citizen "If you break you pay," and if  that citizen begins to cry out that he is  in sight of ruin, you suspect him. of  having, at least, been caieless about  hreakngos. The attitude and temper of  the trade-unionists is curiously lllum-  ��� inative. No mere argument could convict them or.p.-half as conclusively as.  their own cutcry.  combination had its beginning in which  no attempt was made to* intimidate tha  non-unionist 'who dared to taire up the  woik the unionist had laid down. The  fact is humaiij natural, and the men1  who looked for anything else would be  over sanguine.     ,       " v  Trade combinations, whether of��men  or masters, are in their essence tyran-1  nies, and their - final argument is a.i  anpeal to torce. Even in conflicts  w'hiohi aie so peaceful on the surface  lhat it is.,scarcely worth ,whilc- to count  overt acts ct anger, the aim of either  side is to starve the other out,' to reduce lti resources to so low Tan ebb that  surrender shall become inevitable. Put  it how you like, it is wai, and war is^  not to be carried on, without an' awak-*-  ening of the natural passions so'inevit-  ably excited as to make it necessary that,  the legal''rosition and the legal responsibility? shall be defnitely marked  'and understood on both sides,*- and-it  is becaus-"' the late decision of the  house of lords-has made ^one, firm"step  in' this direction that it will be approved by the common sense of the  nation. '^  I  An argument as to the moral right of  any body of men to combine together to  secure and confer common advantages  ) and to resist aggression would be out rt  " date.    Such a right is everywhere admitted,   but   it   is   obviously   essential  If that it si ould be safeguarded.    Unionists are still angry with lord Salisbury  for his phrase about  "cruel  combinations," but lord Salisbury is an elderly  p, gentlemen   nowadavs, ,'ancl   it   cannot  seem a very long time to him since the  I'combinations were not only cruel but  rweie maiked  bv circumstar-ces of at  lixocity     The union of today is widely  'j! different from the union of a little over  ithirtj years ago, hut the man who for,-  |' gets "history is not wise.   It is the plain  Ijtruth  that,   since  they  first  struggled  Ilinto  existence ur.dei   conditions which  Were in the highest degree provocative  of hatred and violence, ihe unions ha^e  fj'ear   by  year  grown  mildei    in   tliPii  methods ana more jui-.t in their appreciation of their own rights and those"  of 'others*'    They   ha-ve kept   a   fairly  [equal pace in the general progress,- and  t would be absurd to saddle living men  with the faults of the: generation which  went  beforo  them.    But  the  fact  remains that they have never been able  wholly  to  distinguish   the*' limits   between  moral  suasion   and .*-' a ��������� suasion  which  is very, far  from .being moral.  They have always thought it a part of  their right to terrorize, and there .never  sw_3 ai strike1 or a .<fci_-out since trado  For a'generation' or two there haf  beenv among the workingmen of this  country si general a consensus of opinion in la^or of free trade that t.ie doctrine may almost be said tc have been  held b> them universally. But they have  never for an tiii_tant i-ecogmzed free  trade in labor. Not even the non-unionists have risen to th econception of that  idea A Jack of all-trades, inv proverbial  philosophy, i& master of none. The  guildr which had their rise "~in the  twelfth century, andx rigidly, bound  every man tb the craft to wh.ch he was  born, whatever that might be, have seut  down their* legacy ot fe'tters througn  eight hundred yeai p. The Apprentice  ._ct of queen-Elizabeth, long since repealed made it impossible for any man  jto engage in any ciaft-of mystery tor  which he had not been bound appren-r  lice fer seven years. It is a clear affront  to nature to pretend tha it takes seven  , years for a man to master the art of  bricklayirf* or s-iicking up type on end,  or any one of a hundred of the crafts  which aie now employed, not to develop  "buirtorres'tnet the^general-u&efulness-uf-  the man. whe is set to learn them There  is nothing in nature to prevent a man  fiom being master of a round half  dozen of ihe simpler and more straightforward arts of cnihzation. lhe lad  who in a year cannot learn to forge a  horseshoe and shoe a horse with it is  born without an aptitude foi "killed  aud handflabor, ar.d so is the man who,  in th'j same space oi tima, cannot master th'. m>ster> of plain house-painting  and paper hanging Take an intelligent,  dexteioun-handcd boy of fourteen, who  has had seven j ears' rational tuition at  school, and if by the time he comes qf  age he is not tho ec.ua 1 of any average  cairenlei, house painter, tailor, compositor, blacksmith, sav.m.ll hand, and  bricklayer in combination, his tutors  have played the fool with him. Nobody  needs to be told that bricklaying is not  good training for a carpenter or a coni-  nositor, but a smart man may make  himself master of all the occupations I  have narred, and of a dozen others *o  loot, in the time he is now compelled  to expend on a single one before he can  earn a living wage at it.  j    t ... ���    i      i . '  handed man of brains, mot1 by quickening the fool's wits but by throttling his  capable rr-al. They have inot the simple  sense to lecognize. the, fact) that fluids  present les3 repi.tonce {than! solids, and  they try to make the'social .machine run  smooth by^screwing'down every bearing  untils*- itt scorches in the working If  every,well-found workingHman had,<a  halfJdozen trades-rat-his fingerends���an  at the-.very least, ho ought to^have���and'  if he -were free,' as he ought to be, to  prosecute any one of them as occasion  served,. the difficulties of 'those tyrant  leagues, of commerce which/make it-  their aim' to .keepHabor in subservience  to capital, would be increased '^beyond  calculation: The\ hide-bound ��� steei-  bound���rules of the unions make it impossible 4for,a man'to-earn hi&jlivelihood  at more'than-one trade. The ''commercial . ogre cf a modern trust has him at  itsjmercr.;-^        'y {-^ /^,->^      \    '  .^k******J******lt***tr****^  WI        " ; ' *  il;     OF    COURSE -VOU ���WANT't,tiie    best.    ,m  )b       "c   ~ 'TIIBNiGO  TO * Ift  I  ARTHUR    GEE \*  &*   in Tromont Block. -He,-will suectou. - 'nt  Mi   ^Large stock of imported Boason's"goods"   .*��  ******************{���******* >s  OF < -    a   'l  HOUSEHOLD   FURNITURE  Acting under instructions from Mrs.,  S. Kelly, the undersigned will orfer for  sale by public auction the whole, of her  , BEtL ESTATE;;  , ,,_   l   ..AND .        ,  INSMJE tBBOKEBS  ','   .-,     .-���r    .   '���...-  , Agents   for   Trout   Lake   Addition.  (Bogustojvn) Fairview Addition.. * ��� ,  CAcreage*. property^ adjoining the ^park,  And J. &< J. -Taylor safes. .       i  i These safes can be bought from us on  'two year's time without interest. , " *  j     ,; .'.     'I'r'K-itf'Jl   -   *- '  V^aFdJBros-  1   r,333.^v;est Baker* Street, Nelson.  'Wm* HOTEL  i v.   . BAKER 'STREET,   NELSON.     ���  -  Lighted;*by Electricity and Heat-  \ ,_��� -tYecLwiths-Hot-Air,    ,.- ,,  _. \Large "comfortable'*', bedrooms and flrflt^  class dining room. Sample rooms for commercial, men.  ' RATES. S2 PER DAY  ���' fi ���/  Itftrs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop?  j    __ata\of' thevBoyal 'Hotel, Calgary   v''  I     J -  Imperial Hotel, Nelsoi]  j ���-'_-_,�����*���*��� ��**v  5*.a*A-.f."_  uj xir*?- I���-1  *     ^ y���   -^    * ',< - '    ,-\   -^      >  ,, OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, NELSOfi, B.' C.  >,   LTELEPHOJJE^O, 219.*P. 0. BOX 688,  '/  * <>  IVjARBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRICIfc AND mt!..,;..  t-  -.J  (Formcily, known as_^ the SilverSKing)  This hotel, in the "centinl part of the city, has  been entirely renovated and, improved. 1 ,  1 The commodious l>ai is supplied .\itli,all tho  best biands of^ liquors, wines and cigars and 4s  under tho personal management of Mr. J. 0.,  Naismith. " "  ' *   r  u The dining room and restaurant arc conducted  on tho European plan^and,theso and^lho hotel  accommodation arc under tho' management of  -Mis. Gorman, -whose ldrgc experience*is a guaranteo' of the'eomforts 'of tho hotel.      '  household furniture and effects on  j. i    . ' \    .._.  -t .  :    WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30th.  i * /  at 2 o'clock p. m.  tf  On tho premises, one door east-o�� the'  Victoria hotel on Victoria street. Terms  cash. ','  Chas. A. Waterman & Co.  AUCTIONEERS  K. "W. C. Block Nelson, B.C.  j************************r  IH. H. PLAYFORD &,CQ.J  But suppesa the conditions of labor  find Surpose the locked-out men able  to disperse to o hundred diiterent occu-  pationc, tht* po-v.er to squeeze the life  out of them is gone. I have never seen  Ihis idea ventilated,'as the phrase goesf  anjwhere, tut it is the workman's nat-  mal reply to oppresrion. He has always  chosen its exact opposite. He has deliberately, by law and by convention, set  himself tc. stultify his own natural faculties He has made it a crime to work  after benrs in order that the industrious  may h��.vo no piofit in which the idle do  not share. He has made pcral laws tc  pi event a man from 1-a-un? two trades,  so that when cne is oppressed he may  find refuge in another., And now the  noor blind giant: ir bellowing in pain  because, he is'told that'if he' does hot  conform to tho law of the land be must  pay for his non-conformity., ,  MADDEN   BLOCK  t_r  ���     NELSON.  The cardinal' error that 'lies at the  root of all -trade-unionism. is that..it  bends all its powers and formulates its  laws;: not to produce the best-and most  capable citizen, but to limit individual  anergy, to minimize the force of exceptional capacity, to make, the ,thumb-  fingered to feel the equal 'of the agile:  $ TOBACCO   AND  * MERCHANTS,  9  9 ,.    m  % P.O. Box637.   ,       Telephone 117. J��  ft  vfc  U>  Oi  Mi  tb  Mi  Mi  tb  CIGAR |  *  n>  nt  n>  9  nt  ^adden ^use  Baker and Ward  Streets,' Nelson.  Tbe only hotelr in Nelson1, that has re-  'mained, under one~management since 189U.  The  becL-rooinc t 'irp well i furnished  and  "lighted' by, electricity.  '   The bar is always stooKea- Dy* the best  -'domestic and Imported Uquors and cigars.  .    ,      THOMAS MADDKN.^Proprletor.  '  HOTEL^ ROSSLAND.. '  i Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best dollar a 'day  house in town. House and furniture new  and first class in every respect. Lighted  by gas. Room and board $5 to ?6 per  week. No Chinese employed'here.  J. V. O'LAUGHL-N, Proprietor.  SLOGAN JONOTIOfi HOTEL  J. H. McMANTJS, M��_?*ager.'  '  -     /    _(  - Bar Btocked with best brands of > wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  'comfortable rooms, -first clasB tabid board.  The Molly Cibson Mining Company, Limited.  1 f**0N-PERS0N/\L LI-BlLITY.  v r The Mansfield,'fManufacturing'7'.Oomi(a-ay-\f  ,,haye the above mentioned-building materials^  ;for'sale at reasonable ^prices.^^Special quota- "*  .,;bions to , builders [and icontractors for large,c  orders.  .  X '<    .  <��� I-  .. .  y.<' '*  'V '-.<���  -f.y'H'  .rt  ORDERS BY MAIL : AHENDED TO PROMPTLY  -"^OTl  mmwwumowy^  rt','**:7, .I' *, fV*  '������fi^1*  OFFICE:    BAKER STREET WEST,' \K\ 80J), B. C.  <���_    .... ,��,v, .> .. v/rt'-.'-J^i^V"^%is|  Froht^Ddore /Yfo'Sg&him  Inside Doors.  Screen) Ddors-  ' Windows;  I* WHAT TOU WJOT M ITOT.nT BTtXW  1 ^\,<^riH  CORPOBATfOM OFTHE CIJX0FNELS0n|^M; ,  - ���   --   -        ��� -;sr4i-*%f{.-' %.  ' f    lr.,   ,-VV.i     _  y ift%vy  Notice 1��'Mu_ilclpal'*yot--rs.^v  ,^,^ .*.   i iy Vr..V{K ^ ��� "V'.tJ  NOTICE is herebjr givcVthat under fho^ro-^:^'' m^S  y1sious of tho "Municipal Elections Act" tho foi--, Zsi, ��-��* y  lowingnroenUUedto vote for mayor nnd uldcr- '* ��� ' -. V,i.  men ut.thpCity Mimicipnl Election, vi/:   ���*. A f!"*?"'.*^v 2?$���,  Any nuvlo or female, being u British Hiibjecfc of . ' Wxfjk  the fall age of twenty ono jears, .vho haft uaid'V-- -**.*.?'  on or before tho flrst day of Novemhor all muni- **  ******************** ,******���  NOTIOE OP ASSIGNMENT.  Pursuant to  tho "Creditors' Trubt Deeds Act,  1001 " ;  NOTICE is hoi obj given that Theodoro M.vd-  Bon of Nelson, British Columbia, merchaTit, has  daj of October, A D. 1901, assigned all Ins real  and personal property to IInm_lton Byers of tho  said City of Nelson, hardware merchant, in trust-  for the purpose of paying and satisfying ratcably  and proportionately and- without; preferonco< on  miorily all the creditors of'the said Thoodoro  adson thoir just debts.  NOTICE is also horeby given that,, a .meeting  of the creditors of tho saicT Theodoro Madson is  called for Friday, thei 15th day of November, A:"  D. 1901; at tho offlccB of Elliot & Lennie, solicitors, Bakor Stroot, Nelson, B.C., at tho hour of  3 o'clock in the afternoon/in pursuance with the  "Creditor..' Trust Deed Aot, 1901," for the giving  of directions with reference to tho disposal of tho  estate.'' ' .������'���������.������'.....  . Dated at Nelson, B.C.. this 28th day of Octobor,.  A.D. 1901.   ������������*.  ������'���-    :  HAMILTON BYERS,"'  Br.woT & Tanitnxi.it.".':. X.XI.: Assignee.  ' Solicitors for the Assignee '  NOTICE is hereby gncn that, an ovtiaordin-  ar\ gonoial meeting of tho sharcboldcis -will bo  hold at tho Hotel Phan. Nelson, British Columbia, on Saturday, tlio 9th day of November, A.D.  l'JOl, at tho houi of 11 o'clock in the foionoon,  when tho subjoined resolution, which was passed  at tho extraoidicary general meeting of tho  Company held on the 23rd of Octobor, A.D. 1901,  v% ill be submitted for confirmation as a special  resolution.  .  RESOLUTION.  RESOLVED that tho dneotors of this Company be, and thej arc hereby authorized to raise  the sum of $120,000 upon the credit of the Company on such terms and at such rato of interest  and i c-paj able at fciich tunes as they may deem  advisable, and for the purpose of securing the  said sum of S120.000 and tho inteicst thcioupon  to charge the whole or any part of Lhe as-scts of  tho Company by naj of moi (gage, trust deed or  trust deeds, and to issue debentures tob- secured  by such mortgage, tiustdocd or ti ust deeds.  Dated this 28th day of October, A D. 1001.  Bj oidcr,  -   S. W. KAY,  President.  NELSON: LICENCE DISTRICT.  '��� NOTICE is hereby given that William Lynch  has mad application undor tho provisions of tho  "Liquor Licenco Act. 1900," for an hotel lioonci  'for tho promises known as tho Kootenay Hotel  at Ymir. ���-.,..  A mcoting of the Board of Licenco Commissioners of the Nelson Licence District will bo  held to.consider such application at the Court  House at tho City of Nolson, on Tuesday, tho*  twenty-sixth day of N'ovombor, 1901,at tho hour  ���of ton o'clock in tho forenoon.'  ,        ,   ., -    W.*H.-BUT.LOCK-WEBSTER,  Chief Licence Inspector.  Chiofeonsti-blo'a Ofllco,J* - '-'-< ���:*''-'!',-' '*-: '���.", ' -'���������:.  '  Nelson, B.C., October 28th, 1901.  TREMONT HOUSE  i ' ������  i       > I 321 TO 331 BAKER STREET, NELSON  ..;   -j^HUMH-mmi MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 26 Cents to $1  P. Burns & Co.  within tho municipality, or  "Whoisaresidcntof and carries on busines*-'  .and is the holder of a trades licence in tho  ���n,����?.,c*'P''1'ty..or 's - f -_!������  ���ir'TSii  '.. "���W10.,1S tt iiouscholder -within the munici- 'tC  piility.  Householders-arc required'on or beforo (ho"*''  first day of December to enter with the undersigned their names, as a voter, and deliver at Uio  samo timo a statutory dcclaiation in thcifomi  provided bj tho btaf ute. _'  V. ^ JA K-STRACHAN", City Clerk/   ���  Nelson, B.C., October 18th, 1901.  NOTIOE TO DELINQUENT 00'-0WNEE. '*'.  To John J.  McAndrews or to "any'person  or persons to whom he may havo trans- *  ferred his Interest in the Black Diamond  mineral claim, situate on the north side--  of  Bear  creek,   about  three  miles  from  the town ot Ymir, lying south of and ad-" -  joining the Evennig Star mineral claim,  Nelson mining division of West Kootenay  district,* and  recorded _in  the  recorder's..  ���offlce~for-the~Nel&on-mtning_d!visioh7     '���  You and each of you are hereby notified  that   I   have   expended   two   hundred  and  twelve    dollars    and     twenty-five     cents ,  ($212 25)   in   labor  and  improvements  upon, "**  the above mentioned mineral claim in order   '  to hold said mineral claim under the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within^'  ninety days from  the date of this notice i'  you fail or refuse to contribute >our portion of all such expenditures together with,  all costs of advertising, your interests In  tho said claims will  become the property  of the subscriber under section 4 of an act  entitled,   "An Act  to  Amend  the  Mineral  Act, 1900' JOHN DEAN.  Dated at Netson this llth day of September, 1901.  S-5  Head Oppiob at  NELSON, B. 0,  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at  Nelson,  Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nev  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  I ���J���       ��� I      |    ���������       1 ������ ������-������---III     !_.��������     IIMIH-M ���������������������I I _���__������II. I���    _���! I ������_���-���  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ��� ..\Z   ���' , *.'���      ..    ALL KINDS OF "'  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  :WHOLE3_��__E AND KKTAIL  RSH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  OBDEBS BY MAttl RECEIVE PROMPT ATX-BNTION.  NOTICE,  NOTICK is heieby (fivcn that wo ii>tcnd to  apply al tho no\t hitUiiK of tho Board of Licenco  Comiiii_sion-._ foi the City of Nelson, to bo hold  after tho expiration of thiitj <1iijh from tho data  heicof, foi a transfer of the lotail liquor licenco  now held 1>\ uh for tho piomlHCH known oh tho  "Glue Pot saloon, Hltuato on Vornon street in  tho City of Nctaonnnd on the weht half of lot 4.  block 2. milxli\ Ihioh of lot ft>, Kioup 1, Koofcnay  IMstrict, to William A. Coniiell of tho paid Citjof  Nelson.  Dated at Nelson this so\enth day of October  1901. WALMSLEY & BOWKS.  Witness: IC. C. Davison.  NOTIOE.  NOTICE is hereby (nven that I Intend to apply  at tho next aittinp of tho Board of Liconce Commissioners for tho City of Nelson, to bo held  after tho expiration of thirty days from the dato-  horeof, for a transfer of tho rotail liquor licenco  now held by mo for tho premi.es situate on lofc  1, block 12, Baker streot, Nolson, aDd knonn as>  tho "Athabasca" saloon, to Norman T. Macleod.  of Nelson. p. j. RUSSELL.  Witness' Jas. OSiika.  Dated tnis 27ih day of September, 1901.  NOTIOE.  Wo beg to notify tho merchants and bushies  men of Nelson that we have purchased the bn.S  nebs and ��ood -will of tho Pacific Transfer Company, which it is our Intention of incorporating  with the business of tho Nelson Freighting &  TranBfor Company, we remain yours  R, H. WILLIAMS,   Manager Nolson F. & T. Co  0EETIPI0ATE   OF IMPE0VEMENT-T,  NOTICE. ��� MONUMENT Mii.__._U_U  claim, situate in the Nelson mining division of Weet Kootenay district. Where located: At the head of Grohman creek on  Grohman mountain, 'l'ake notice that 1,  J. M. McGregor, acting, as agent for Steve  Hawkins, free miner y* certificate JJo.  b50,-35, and- Louis Strano, free miner's cer-  tiflcate No. b37.S93, Intenf sixty days from  the date hereof, to'app'.r ;n the mining recorder for a certificate ������:: improvements,  for the purpose of obtai ; a crown grant  lhat action under sectlo-..- .". must be com-  that.action, unded sectio-. W, must be commenced before the. IssiwVico of such cern-  tiflcate of Improvemont.x ,*.-'��� ./_.���-.  ���������������'���"��� ���- ��������. M. MeQRBG-OBi  Dated this Uth day vt fo��n_rt. UO.   VJ .jjaeM-V-"6  THE  NELSON  TRIBUNE,  WEDNESDAY   MORNING,  OCTOBER  30, 1901-  LISTERINE  *t?5-��-s-s-i-e��-e-.  <_*���"  VI  Hi  tei  tm  Mi  .��  Ml  \u  Ml  \*  tu  Ml  Ml  Ml  Ml  Ml  Ml  Ml  Ml  VI  Ml  Ml  Ml  tu  Ml  Ml  Ml  tb  tb  Mi  Mi  "���1*.  *****************************************  when aiid  It   has  antiseptic  superior  Is   useful   for   all   purposes  wash or dressing is required.     It   has   no  as a wash for wounds and is the best preservative  for the teeth yet discovered, preventing decay and  preserving the gums.   Buy in the original packages  and be sure of getting the genuine.   We have it in  3, 7 and 14 oz. sizes.  J -V" -  I  if**-'  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  %*** ********************* ***************************$?  op the Boys  CITY AND DISTRICT.  The dance given by the Nelson Boat  Club at the Hotel Phair last evening  was . well attended. < The , arrangements  wer  a ver  A?  ' Having added to my stock a large  ' range of Youth's Boy's' and Children's  >���-, clothing, I am now prepared to' offer  .  to the public the best variety of these  goods ever shown in Nelson.  ���1      ,    .  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.    '  vy'���_"���*.  S.'-iS*-.--**-''  mr  ,r   -4\0M.  I'M?.'-"'    "f  m��.f:  \i&%��: if'  MfriZi-  IsHrv ���  writ?.   -���  te&ih'1 iE  m^'t^\_t i  '217 and 219  -    ���    Baker Street  J. A. GILKER  ^���(^S5J*C',5'^*;^*'^��-,^5,C,^5"  ^ PUT US DOWN  ito  iii  In your note book as having the best bargains', in  The bargains y/e are now  ever' offered. -' New * and7 hand-  mM:'4:.^7^(spme-Furniture in,the latest styles;. Early<.buyers  have  fe|&i^,the(largest ch'oiceSv' '.-"���..    -        '*   <':v.-$?   (<:"-.  te*" 0. BUPAN & iBD,  &%0i . -  &$?*.'.*' - -.������*.���  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ..j ��� �������*._*    ui^uu^u.     nit; , ��u itxugt;iiLUUia  sre as nearly perfect as possible, and  very enjoyable evening was spei-t.  The teachers and members of St. Saviour's Sunday school last evening presented Rev H. S. Akehurst with a handsome traveling bag. The t presentation  took place at the residence of, T. J.  Sims.  Matheson Brothers, formerly at Silverton. have started a paper, named the  Sent'nel, at Frank, Alberta. Fiank Is a  coal town, and the Sentinel's aim will  bo to keep it to the front. The, Sentinel  gives much local news that is readable.  The annual meeting of ihe Nelson  Curling Club will be held in tbe board  of trade room oh Tuesday evening next  at 8 o'clc ck. At this meeting the officers  for the ensuing year will be elected and  arrangements made for the season's  sjiort.  The Nelson Son? of England Society  will tender a farewell social to Rev.-H.  S. Akehurst this evening in Fraternity  hall. A good program has been arranged  for. The lodge will present Mr. Akehurst with an address in recognition of  his services to the fociety.  The Ladies' Aid Society of St. Paul's  Presbyterian church will hold a sale of  work-and a Hallowe'en' supper��� in the  stores next to the Lawrence Hardware  Co., on Thursday, October 31st. The  sale of work will begin at/2 o'clock and  supper from 5:30 to* 8 .'o'clock. Afternoon tea wil be served.* ' *     ~* ���  showing is the best that he has seen.  The program for the winter's work consists in the sinking of a shaft and the  driving of a tunnel.  The case of Smith vs. Stewart Brothers and tho .Noonday-Curley Mining  Company, an action brought by the  plaintiff and a number of other miners  to enforce a mechanics' iien for wages,  came before judge Forin yesierday. A.  M. Johrson appeared for the plaintiffs,  P. E. Wilson appeared for the defendant  conrpeny, and Messrs. Elliot & Lennie  appeared for lhe Stewart Brothers.  When the case for the plaintiff had been  heard Mr. Wilson asked for a non-suit  as against the company, tut judgment  upon the application was reserved. Tho  evidence for the defense was then taken,  when it was brought out thai the Stewarts ii- engaging the plaintiffs claimed  to be acting for the Noonday-Curley  Company. The case as against the Stewarts was dismissed and on Monday an  argument /will be heard h\ to who5_.tr  in tho proceediiigs that have beentakeu  the company are entitled to a non-suit.  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B. C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.  In the,case pf Boultbee* vs. Rankin,  a Rossland ease in which the plaintiff  is'endeavcring* to collect his chargps  for legal, sen ices, a.motion was. made  before judge Forin for leave to sign  judgment for the amount found "due by  the registrar upon - reference, but tlie  matter was adjourned until his hono'-'s  trip to Rosfland..    ,  The officers* and men of the local  company-of R: M. }R.,decided to hold  their annual prize meeting on the kind's  birthday, November*.'Sth. The members  of tho cqmpany will.be divided into tvo  classes for this meeting and prizes will  be given for every range in-'each class.  A f'lll representation of, the'company at  the meet is said to be assured.1.  8.-*���*!*   <  fit*-.-*  '* '-TV.-7^ "  -V =*   -  "GOOD GHEER" STOVES AND RMGES  A  r \ fWe are in the "market again this season  with  this < line of  O Stoves.-*  After handling them for a number of* years we are  conviricEd    that .they   are    the    only -Stoves'* that    give  ABSOLUTE SATISFACTION.    '-���<[.\'/'  -* \ Call, and see our large and complete line.  John MeLeod,/postmaster *at Ymir,  was. in Nelson -yestetday. , He reports  business as being' fairly good in the  Ymir camp. The Ymir mine is employing a larger, force, of .men1 than at any  former period in itS'ehi&tory,*and in addition to this there' are" a "-number "of  smaller companies --"'operating on tha  creeks.. It is, reported that, a deal is on  for the Wilcox-property. By the terms  of the deal the,owners of the group expect td receive $10,000 within the next  week. , i -,��� ,,  ., Mr. Justice Irving, held an early  chamber i sitting yesterday Dnd caugat  the morning train .for the' Coast. The  only-matter that came" up was in connection with the winding up of the British Columbia' Wholesale Liquor Company of Rossland, an order being mado-  for the binding up e>t the company*and  for the appointment cf W. J. Robinson1  as '.provisional, liquidator, without.' security.' The-application in tbe, matter  was- made by A. \C. Gait of Rossland,  AT THE HOTELS.  QUEEN'S���G. W. Hill, Chicago; Mrs.  M. McCarty," Creston; D. L. Beetcham,  Fort Steele.  ���>  MADDEN���Samuel Gomely, Seattle;  Thomas Fox, San Francisco; Rory MeLeod,  Kuskonook.  IMPERIAL ��� Thomas Cunningham,  Silver King: G. W Summers, Nelsons-  Frank Murphy, Butte.  TREMONT���J. Scorpelly, Robsoa; J.  T. Downey, *, Forty- nine creek; John  Richardfon, Greenwood; Alex McClev-  erty, Brockville.  PHAIR���John D. Sullivan, Trail; J.  C. Ryan, Kaslo; G. W. Hughes, Alamo;  J. G. Billings and Thomas Hilliard,  Rossland; W. Hunter, Silverton; Alfred C. Garde, Payne mine; C.*M. Hen-  retta, Fernie.  GRAND CENTRAL���D. Graham, Kaslo; Neil McMillan, Slocan; Alex McColl,-Ottawa; Arthur Ryan, - Fournier  J. Walker, Kitchener; John Grant, Hall  Siding; A. Ewald, Seattle; A. T. Munroe, Anaconda; Ed. Chope, .Ymir; M.  John son, Kaslo; A. O. Seaman, Slocan.  "HUME���J. W.-Pantall, Hammont, Indiana; D W.s Moore, Trail; E. E. Chip-  man, Kaslo; A. L. Davenport, Spokane;  Marc Gilliam .and George Harrison,  Bayonne: G. ,H. Barnhart, Ymir; 'C. M.  Keep. Fort Steele; J. T. Armstrong,  Rossland; J.'Albert Dalton, Sherbrooke;  J. W.; Moore", Grand Forks; R. Green,  London., 7  A vV ,  Nelson  mining Division Becords.  The new' locations recorded ,*at the  'Nelson record office were: B. C. Fractional; on Mineral mountain, three and,  a half mile from Erie, by William Connolly; Tjne, on Jubilee mountain, near  Ymir, by E. Petrs.  A certificate of work was issued to  John Kay, on the Moro mineral claim.  H. BYERS & CO.  TO SPORTSMEN:  ,   We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever received  n Kootenay.   Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles.   Winchester Smokeless and  Savage Carbines.   Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequaled  for simplicity, accuracy and effects  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Blowers,   Exhausters,   Hand   Shaft  Pumps,  Pipe and  Fittings Steam  Packing,   Leather and  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  and .was opposed by W.  and'W. J.-Whiteside.  A. Macdonald  ��� V I  JlAsWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  * I     >        - . _  -   <        '. ��� I   . '  Importers and Dealers In Shelf and Heavy- Hardware.  SHAMROCK   II  Did   not win the yacht  race,  but  LIPTON'S TEAS ARE SURE WINNERS  WE HAVE THEM  Red Label Ceylon, 50c pound package.  Yellow Label Ceylon, 75c pound package.  People who drink green tea ought to try our Regal  Brand uncolored Japan, It is the best on the market.   Pound package 50c.  We also carry Spider Leg and Gunpowder Tea.  Telephone 134  Nelson. B. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  &&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&&  A meeting of the Mine Owners'- Association was held last evening, for the  purpose of discussing the matter of a  tonnage lfor the proposed refinery. It is  said/nothing definite was arrived at  The refinery scheme received cordial  support but .the mine owners did not  come to any decision respecting tonnage. The mining men of the district  were , well -represented. In addition ' to  other .things it was decided to make arrangements for the publishing of a  -monthly-statement-of-the-ore-shipped-  from all the,mines of the district.   -  A. L. Davenport, J. Fred Hume and  George Harrison arrived in Nelson last'  evening from the Bayonne mine. Each  member o?-the party tr'ought back a'  i ery fine *pair of cariboo antlers the result of a dayN's hunting in the vicinity  of the mine. One incident of'the day's  hunting was 'the losing of his way by  Mr. Hume. He had got a fine pair of antlers but found some difficulty in making  his way back to the mine ov/ing to the  heavy timber. He was forced to spend  a night out without blankets or matches  but was picked up the next afternoon by  a search party. The ihree antlers  brought back by the parly are thev finest  seen iu Kelson for several years.    .-,-  ROSSLrAIMD   BISQIINEBRIIVQ  WORI^S  CDNLIFFK  <5c  McMILLAN  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists. *  ORB OARS, skips, cages, ore bin doors, chutes and general wrought iron work.    Onr ore cars ate  the best on tho market.   Write ua for references and full particu'ars.  SECOND HAND MACHINERY FOR SALE.-One 6-foot Pelton -vaterwheel, width 600 feet, "8 to 16"  spinal riveted pipe.   One 10x5x13 outside packed plunger sinking pump.    Kock drills, stfipinf/  i bars, &c., &c.  P.  AGENTS NORTHEY PUMPS.  .O.  Box "198. THIRD  STOCK  CARRIED.  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  HONDI TEA  jaifiOTHO.  The best in the market, ln 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  50c a Pound  it >  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS. Houston Block. Baker 8rreat  THB BINDERY DEPARTMENT OP  THETHIBUHE ASSOCIATE, UM-TCD,  -��� JSUBBli WMOK, WBVBOX.  BOOK BINDING  SPECIAL fyjlfD DUNK BOOKS  SPECIAL BUUD FORMS  made by the warden it is now thoitght'-  to be leaeomibly well established that  the prisone" Reilly %yho made his escape from the Nelson' jail on Saturday  evening had supplied himself in some  marrer with'keys to both the outer and  inner doors of the jail. Whether tho  keys wero made by Reilly himself or  were procured from the out&lcle has not  yet, been satisfactorily qleared up,, and  cither suggestion is confronted with difficulties, the overcoming of which appears to be all but impossible. The evidence secured indictles that Aeillv had  the keys with which he made his ep-  cape several days before he used them,  and that it was in his power to have effected a general jail delivery if he had  ,cared to havo taken the added risk,  Marc Gilliam, who has charge of the  work at the Bayonne group of mines  at the head of Summit creek, arrived in  Nelson last evening. He reports that  everything is now in shape for the  starting of work upon tbe group. A  tfaiCbas been constructed and accommodations erected for the winter, it being the present intention of the holders  of the bond to work a crow of 12 men.  -The work done during the past few  weeks has been confined to the stripping  of the ledge, which has been done for  a distance'of 1200 feet, and where stripped .the ledge shows a width of from 3  to 12 feet.' At every point where tbe  ledge has been cut the ledge matter  pans gold and for .the amount of work  ��� ,       The Chinese Are Excited.   ,  'Considerable '^excitement prevailed  among lhe' Celestials yesterday when  the news reached'them that the Chinese  government was liable to issue a recall  to all the yellow men abroad, with a  view to doing a'little of the .exclusion  business themselves. The news .was  posted up on bulletin boards in'the'Chinese quarters. "Shutout all Englishmen,  Germans, French, everybody," was the  way >an intelligent Chinaman, put the  matter yesterday when discussing the  news in English. He spoke enthusiastically of the gold, mines to be'opened  up in his own rouhtry, the factories to  be established, and the general prosper-'  ity that was expected , to i follow their  return to their native land. - The prospect: of continued war-as the result of  the-effort'to'exclude the foreigners did  not;appal.the native'in thr. least; though  he spoke contemptuously of th'e opium  weakened* soldier, and; alluded to .the  historic:-, fact vthat opium was unknown  among them^until^ introduced by. the_  British 7"a hundred, years ago." "No  more!foreign-legations to be allowed in  Pekin"-was the last word of John, and  his statements,, take on a greater significance from th'e fact that minister  Wu Ting Fang of the United States Js  (iikely to be recalled .ty the government  with no apparent reason other than his  popularity with high toned American  society.  Greenwood Local News.  GREENWOOD,   October  29.���[Special  to Tho Tribune.]���The ~C. P. R   have  commenced track improvements at Hartford Junction, a big curve being substituted for the switchback. This will dr.  faway with the delay at-the junction of  trains to and from Phoenix.  EA,SMAIX& CO.'S  ROYAL BRAND...  TAILOR MADE SUITS  =\  READY TO WEAR  In  Scotch, English, Irish, and  Canadian Tweeds, Imported  Serges and Worsteds ....  Are pronounced to be the  '   BEST FINISHED, BEST WEARING,  and BEST VALUE in the Dominion.  This label attached io the left  hand pocket of the coat  iTtaaoe  MARK  Royal Brand  CLOTHING  REGISTERED  is a guarantee to [which, you may  ' pin- yourlfaith..  GOING OUT OF BUSINESS  J  1 have taken an inventory of  the balance of my stock and  find that I have over $3000  left. This is more than I expected,' consequently have decided to keep open a month  longer. All goods will be sold  at lower prices than ever,  everything not disposed of  the 'end of November will  shipped east.  Come and get goods  at your  own prices. ���  as  by  be  pants of which were traveling. One h?.d'  already ransacked the rlace when the  other cau.ionsly, crept ,upj stairs. Each  deeming herself surprised,' extinguished*  her dark lantern, and in their efforts lo1  escape . they   ran   into   one   another,  clinched,  and  fought  desperately.   One,  was btabted and h'er 'outcry brought the  police. The younger is an Italian woman  who is wanted in 'America for "murder ,  in   a  saloon   brawl,   according  to " the  Paris anthropometric records.  The business men's lunch at the Imperial Cafe, from 12'to 2, is the best in  the' city. Price 25 cents.' ���-   ?    ���   *  +?*** **************mm  The Imperial Cafe Is open day and  night as a short order restaurant. It of-  fers>,the best service in the city.  BEWARE OF IMITATIONS  Our Compound Syrup of White  At   ihr   result   of   rm    _r_Vi*.ti_raniii_l -��)tThe   Greenwood   Liberal   Association  tt lz\������:L��. .?*.. lV.!f^tl^m^ called a meeting for tomorrow night.  Pine and Tar  CURES COUGHS AND COLDS  Beware of the "Just as Good" kind.  Insist on getting the Genuine C. D. &  B. Compound Syrup of White Pine and  Tar. ���    ,  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-Wi-C. Block.      Corner Ward md Baker Sfca  ��_r  tb  .Mr  �����  Mi  Ml  Mi  tb  Mi  Mi,  Of  Or  *  tb  Mi  tb  Mi  Mi  tb  Mr  Mi  Mr ,  Mr  tb  Mr  Mr  Mr  tli  Mr  Mr  Mi  Mr  Mr  Mr  w-  \li  tb  Mr  Mr  Mr  Mr  tb  tb  Mi  *&_.  IP"  FOR STYLE,  FINISH AND  PRICES IN  MILLINERY,  ETC., CALL  ON /MRS.  E.  Mclaughlin, west  BLOCK,   BA-  ***********************&-  Mr  Mr  Mi  Mr  Mr  Mr  w  tb  tb  tb  tb  Mi  Mr  Mr  Mi  tb  Mi  tb  Mi  \ii  tb  tb  Mi  Mi  Mi  tb  Mi  Ml  tb  tb  Mi'  tb  tb  _*_  Mi  Mi  Ml  Mi  Mi  tb  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  A. FERLAND  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, -the largest holders in the  world of Scotch Whiskies.       -   .  THE'CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR SCOTCH  . t   Whisky is. one of the leaders���try it.  Agency.) for full stock at Victoria for  E. P. RITHET & 00., LTD.  t Victoria.   B.   C.  A;. B. GRAY,  Kootenay Representative  *   P. O. Box 521, Nelson.  The notification states there is to be business of importance. ��� '  * The parties having tho Ruby claim  under bond are mapping out a plan of,  development work ' for the next ������ six  month, open cuts showing the'increasing importance of both the quantity and'  quality of the oro,  Nelson  arrivals  today:   James  Lawrence and R, J. Hamilton.  To Eepeople South Africa.  DURBAN, October 29.���The impeMal  authorities have reached the conclusion  that the early repeopling of the Transvaal and Orange River colonies is advisable, so lhat the normal industrial  and agricultural life of the colonies may  be resumed.' In the course of a speech  yesterday afternoon, lord Milner at Cape  Town, said it was useless to wait until'  the war was over in a formal sense. It  might never be over, he declared, but it  was burning itself out and in time "we  ought to show ourselves masters inthe  house we have taken by rebuilding it and  beginning to live in. it."  THE HOME  puttie Oyster (during the  >_--  ty.'i .i'-     ,  rest t-1 the season will be at  ���ram palm  D. fV[cARTHUR  & Coy  EALPH CLARK, I. Q. NELSON,  Undertaker, Night Call 238, Managor.  Mistake of Women Burglars.  PARIS, Octofcei 29.-���Two members of  the desperate gang of women footpads  and but glare who have infested Paris  lately have been caught under circumstances which seem like fiction. Both  had been assigned separately* by their  chief, whoever she may be, to break  that lias been done JSx. Gilliam says tbe 1 into the same suburban villa, tbe occu-  These   well-known   Oyster  and Lunch Parlors will be  re-opened on Monday. The  service will be the best in  the city.  WAFD STREET   -   K. W. C. BLOCK.  R. REISTERER & CO.  __B__W_-B8 AND BOTTUCaa OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Furniture Dealers  Fuqeral Directors  and Embalmers  Worth  0 '  Oak   Center   Tables $3 60  Oak Center Tables 6 00  Oak   Center   Tables 5 00  Oak    Leather    Seat    Fancy  Rocker    4 60  E'm  Folding  Table... 5 00  Elm   Folding  Table  6 00  Cane Veranda Chairs  �� oo  Cane Veranda Rock era ,a 6 50  Vor  $2 75  _ 60  375  S .6  3 75  4 25  1  460  4 76  L  KOOTENAY  COFFEE OO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  __*���_> i ___��� .          -  _���   Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************  We are offering at lowest prloes the best  grades o Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Our Bos., Mot ha and Java Coffee, per  pound $ 10  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blond CofTco, _\ pounds  1 00  Special E"and Colfee, 6 pounds  1 OO  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY GOFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.*  *.      P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT   THE  AT   THE  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT THE  AT THE  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.'.  MANHATTAN..  Prompt and rBgnlar delivery to toe trade.  BSBWSBT AT NmmX  TO    MAKO    HOOM    FOR    OUIt    FAT.__  STOCK OF CARPETS AND HUGS-  W1LL   GO   AT   COST.  The   Manhattan  JOSEPHINE STREET  ALL THE BEST BRANDS  LIQUORS  AND  CIGARS.  ASHNOLA TOWNSITE.  Lots can now be bought in  Ashnola at from $50 to $225  each. For terms and full particulars apply to   ,  TO   CLEAR-BABf   CARRIAGES   AND  GO CAH18 AT X-KrfS THAN COST." '  REGINALD J. STEEL  Phone 278.  Official Broker;-

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