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Array v 4     T  '�� -���      _ v   - -J   , _*,  i-S>*5r.��*S  '--*   ,'-'*��5t%  H .,'r ' yyj��>  -        *-*'>-��-  ESTABLISHED  1892  FRIDAY MORNING,  NOVEMBER ], ^1901  DAILY EDITfOiT  PORTE MUST PAT  FRANCE WILL STAND  PROCRASTINATION-  NO  M-ti^nBWi^  iTQBOMBABD ONE OF TURKEY'S  '. ' ��� o-'  M" ���" ���  '.-   .���"'���"  PORTS IP NECESSARY fSQfESy  FORCE DEMANDS;iVv^:'  mr?M����z  PARIS, October^3i.^Tho; b-niials:**of^  |>]tho.- French foreign office confirm; the ie-  |port that: a division, of .theFrench^Med- :  0ibrfanean fleet,'cornposedro  v|'tleships'Euid two.CTuisera;  land b��]a:d__iirai;Gaillardi;has; proceeded,  [;} from Toulon''fto, the ���Levant0to make*a  ��5naval demonstration against .Turkey^  M'rrA "foreign offi ce. official incpriimunica-'  >|ji.ingthe foregoingtb;the-correspondent;  j|fbf  the; .Associated 4Press   said:   -"The  |*'jis(iuadron 'j sai led with sealed .or ders' and';  ~l proceeciK first to a Greek; port;: thtif is-;  Ijjvland'Vof ^Smyrna,; where; .the:���; admiral  l^;wiU'~recei.*^': definite*^  iScarryingputhis sealed or.d^  li^t liberty*;^  Kjiare,]but.;the '[seizure':i-oiitnc*7custonis;-at  l-j Smyrna; woul^  Jiftve; .way 7ot ;��� .c6nyihcirig?Lthc*su.ltan*Jthat  " \- Prance's patieric-bis-exliausted^arid; that '  i wehave 'dec?dedtbienforce ari*irrin-ediate  .i execution''b-rlthe: .Turkish, government's]  B''ehkagements.;^*!We;\-*;however;f;areif ,very<  hopofuiythat the��� sultah^will: riot compel;  '" us to __o to ithat extremes "Our: squadron;  williriot reach;th(? Gre,el_-port;befqre*Satr;  l|,furday.4SiT-_e;sTu^  I^-thus 'three .(days'-grace* arid jwe '.tfu_i��._'n.  r^ltl-Q^ri-earitiriieito;: receixeicomplete; sat*:.  |3-isfacti6it;&s^e-haye:acted^yery*/c6  m: ately* towards; Turkeyi:^ppirig;;up^q^he;}  ���Mllai_^  J. i^3ie-|1eng-.gffients;5ai-d':;'it5;is ''only* how;-;  f^ws*vvh en " .y() ;;:fi-Hi ��� that;! there4s: ri  J-IdicatioiiYbf-doing 'so/^thatswelhavetrel  '.:,-Suctaritlyfresol y.ed 'to .put; stronger jprcs-;  7 sureTto*bear,;'���'iriVthe*shapevof ^a^-pavai;  .jKi_i dembnstra tibriy-Kltvis . fipwj tyro I months^  I '.|*S.since^ th e JFrerich";ari_bassador; ,;M:;iCon-v  10;(starisKleftvObnEstaritinople. *.kH^;;depart*-;  fli1.;vureifailed;to produce!the;desired,effect^  lf|;> writhe contrary,"wenlthe;^  j.f ^vhich /the' :'sultari'-.1Cirades;'pu.p6i'ted4.tbJ;  ^'ii;��ettle;'remain^peri.-?^l^  1-^ ^^tion:iri'|tlie;Mrkish.;e_-ipir  {'���; *fbr;sombtime.f^in;;t^dhg'i^^tic^  ���V. {aires'::-id\: enforce^ bi_r;Tdeman-ls,^but;>*the;.  ;;xifOilignity of;;Franbe ^uld^npt; permit-the^  xi: '_pTesent;sfate.of ��� affairaljto;}_he. prbloiiged;;  .����� *.VZ iridefiriitely;v;Wejsincer^ly'fhtipe/thesul-;  i$V7: .tan will fully'appreciate;ttie';i-U-t that \veV  III V.V. cannot'any longer;be triflediwithjindxre-'  ZTV -; lievd! lis 'of 'taking further^ steps ;to; re-"  V&Vy gard foiirf-;interests:"-;"The* ��� official;;; was  I\.ZiVasked what would happen if;the Turkish  Constantinople sinco morning which has  not yet been divulged, which Ujw induced u change of plans. It was reported  tliat admiral Caillard had been ordered  to cruise within reach of a dispatch boat  today for possiblo further instructions;  and it is significant that the torpedo  boat destroyer Hallobard loft Toulon at  full speed during tho afternoon to rejoin the squadron.  PARIS, October 31.���A dispatch from  Toulon to the Figaro confirms Uio report of the return of the entire squadron  and 'adds that admiral Caillard's division is held in,readiness:to saiFat*a mo-,  men's notice. Editorially thb Figaro and:;  other morning papers* express surprised  at this perplexing.and unexplained move.  after the dispatch.of admiral Caillard to  the Levant had been officially anriburic-:  eid.'i7 The Marseilles correspondent of the  Matin says the return was; [due7torfthe;'  ; f act - * that:: the \ squa,drorri wasf 'supplied  with only two days 'rations; ZV:r i7Z ZxiZY:  ���yy " TIHiitneyY Selling His Horses. ; ^  r"NBWMARKET;;Oct^  important "steps toward this^ breaking up'  'of-William* C. vWhitrieyJsFra^i-g^e.^^  lishment'-at Heathv;House; was;thersaie>  'today;>bf ten of". Mr. -LWhitney's;*'racers^  The 'Mount Vernon :fiily)'fetched the best  price, 13200' guiheas^jWater shed, * the ;jving;  ner,.:: of Zx yesterday's;7 Z Cambridgeshire;  stalces, for -which7, sMr.'��� _��� ^Vhitneyy.; paid,  260^guineas and Jfrorni^wliich^Mr^Haig-'  Kin; ���" th e'^alif or nian, sold; a - .'.''hatch 7 of  yearlings', vbrbught:2.Q0!^nes^iZZxxxZVZ:  liNlqlloiistoGlifll  ..i.y  Shipped;T-_r6ugh;Easlo-;  frK ASLOilOc^beri: 3 i^[Spec^|ta'The.  '.Tribuhe^^The/lshipnwiiisipfK^  }tile ^* Kario v -;&^ Slocan ;,:i;ailwa^ffirbiigli;v  :Kafilb_ for$ the ?SnbntHi��;pf ^pctbhCTlv-werc;  U-^;.fblibws':'SM:Sv;;1^w;^^  "Tons;  -;-"558#  ;-*-502;::.:  rxm  ioe^  .hance;lto .ICboteriiayjOre^^ CoiJflOO&'v;  ;rigtbn;;-.tbfNel^fMv*_#-^���*63_^j  fc;7: tb ZVranVZVx?:Q_xi-J'���_ _vfZtZmV62m  yti  m  [zr  ���s ���  w  ���authorities! resisted^:and;ihe^_replied:  ;;;i*That;is a:very;Hrilikelyicori-ihgericy^':  J' J)ut: if it occurred;; j ^suppose Zyye7 shall  "���? 3iave "to;bombard��th'b;porti. But'_ we dp  vBot>warit^bloodshed,* andldb nbtbelieye  '���there; will': be: airiy ��� pecasibn JfbrT jit ; to  rocenr7'xZ:-xx:-Vyx; ���yxyxyxyy-;.,-; V!Z7Vi%.  :7 ^WASHINGTON, October 31.-^M.. Mar-  .'���:'gefrie/ the>!cl_arge,: of: the; French"; erii-  - l*.assy here, had a short intai'vievv* ,with  . secretary Hay :^today^: after ��� which -they:  left at once for the White; House. ;M.  Margerrie feelsconfident that there is  npt^theslghtest danger "of dissolution of.  W  V*  M  I'V.;  11._.  J * ;-���'  \tf  Kt_:  m:  1  II  mi  the concordiat owing to the action of  ^he-French government sending war-'  : s^iips to make, a naval demonstrationi in  .Turkish water? and to seize ��� a customs  port. The. other nations; are parties to  the con'cordial' understanding tho' situation perfectly, and in fact mostr of  them have *'grievances and claims like  the French t'<:��1*1Pla,.nts> so they may look  with complacency upon .the ;effort,-to  make the,. por^e meet its obligations..  There is also precedent for this action,  for a few years a'?o -Austria seized a  .Turkish port iu the ;��Jiijr .of-Alexandria  and held it until hor claims were pai.V  yet the incident did not cause protest by  the other powers or even\attract .much  attention. It is coanden'tly; expected  that it will not bo nuccstary for the  French admiral to proceed uXany poat  length before the Turks will -meet his  demands.  PARIS, October 31.���The decision to  make   a   naval demonstration against  Turkey was taken at a meeting oX the  cabinet Tuesday.at which M. Dolcacse,  minister of foreign   affairs,   explained  the sultan's   procrastination   regarding  the  French  demands.    Admiral  Caillard's squadron consists.of the armored  cruisers Admiral  Pothuau, Chanzy and  Latoucheh-Treville,     the    second-class  cruisers Du Chayla.and Cassard, and the  third-class crusier Galilee.    The crews  aggregate 3286 men, but the vessels will  also carry landing; parties.   The Journal  des Desbate's says: .: Everyone; at, Cbh-  stantinople and the other .capitials must  he aware that the French and Russians  are completely in accord in this matter.  Under these circumstances it is difficult  to believe that the Ottoman government  v/111 not come to terms; and recognizing  its'error before'it is too late relieve us  of the necessity of using .other means  than those of 'diplomacy and "courteous:  discussion.   La Liberte remarks tliat the  fact that admiral Caillard has embarked  2000 marines is a warning .to the porte  -that   France   will not stop    before a  slight show of resistance, but will go to  the end even though wai- should, ensue.  PARIS, October 31.���Late tonight the  following was received from Toulbn:  The complete Mediterranean squadron  returned to Toulon this evening and  anchored in the roadstead. This includes Admiral Caillard's squadron,  whose departure has thus been either  countermanded   or. postponed.    If  the I  .y7mue^zm7*m'z*myry7r  tWliitewoteriltb^rrail:;^;^;^-:-1;  Slocari;^ Star^tb|;Trail!fe.: .VZ7.V. 7  Ramble_vSto;i San^Franciscpl- Zf:.;;  :Americau"**'Bby;^tbA;Tran*^,v^  Reco^tb;Trair  LastbChance,!  Washington:  Siiiis eixZ tbiTi'ail.ffi_v^>'.>*;:;;i ���-.;���:. w.zngiz  ;:Bi^arkgto;;Nelsgn;!.;^-.;-**V'i^^.:^^  tA.ritoihe;^tb:*Kobteriay:'Ore'.Cb.v:S:;:Sl5;-;i  .;sily^ysi^ce^tcg_I^  iy- -*./';;'.".' *���* Z'-'-x'"'.:-':'-' .'; ���':''";' -y} ^..yr '.-".O'-JJ '���;���>*: -'^..V V-'yC'^' ���\'-"'"''l''  l^btal^;;^;-;;^;.:^^^  j^The^hipme^S/fOTlth^  ;cIud^AafsmalljS-iiprn^t>fw^  i$nair\Q: a (South'- Fbrk^prpife^^  !i.o.-(Cr. -B.f(-^rrarcl*jancl; othei'sHTbis^prpiv;:  ;;CrtyShas:-nbt*';'RlUppod.-rfbf:;l��^  fTlie. sli i pnieri te- f pr .;tiie|w eek:!: weiietiyy',  i';''--Miries^;;M*::;';;;'':;:.:'-::*-:s;;,"*;:;K:;;;^  ������isib'can-.;S-ar;!;t6>^  iWhitewater, ;tp ;._rrailr,;.i:^;; f:��Z��$:'0$yZ  ;Ra.mbler/;toG.Saii''Frahciscbi''-^:7:y7. -J8ri*.  ;;Am6rican;Bby;>to?;'r_'ail_'. ���?'.' V.Z 7 _ S ffil^  ���:Suriset/;.tb** Traill irZ7iZZ'7iV:7Z7:iZZ7Z:^iiW:  Reco, V'to"; Sail VFranbteco^ :rr:V;ViVi72 liV  Last; Chance,': to. Kbbtehay Ore "Cc..-; 20S  Bisma.rk;; tb^Nelson;,-::;;; Zyiy?'.-'.yixlS&l  fcTptal :-Y;Yy : yZyZZZZiZyXxywiity.  ViHhefyaliie������bf:;,tlie :Pctbber^sWpm-_ats^  through Kaslo may be approximated at  ���$i3i,75oZzrvz:z7yiyrvryzirzvzy  rvvvYx^T^^^'^^^i^SYYYYY  7 .MANILA,-^October,"*31.^Advlces^ just-  received'here from Calbaiogan.'island of  Samaiv Say that-i2hmen.bf Company^G  of the Nineteenth;infantry,yuridet* cbm-  mand of sergeant Wilford, who had been  ���sent vfroixiBassay��to-Sa,n.Antonib;t6Uri:;  dances when they wero interfered wit a  by the Noith west mounted police. Pia-  pot objected to the interference and  took action to defend what the Indians  claim to le ono of their, pacred righ.3.  Tho cause of the arrest is not quite clear  at present. It is reported tho Indians  have-, been bringing, horhes from tho  United States without paying customs  duties. Piapot will remain in jail 'for  two months and' his follower for sis  months.,  ~   Stabbing; jfl__fiay at Pcirt Artiuiy i:y.  ;'.0FORT.WI^kfe  -r^iStabbing^affmy^tpokl'pl^  iArthuiylastc riiglitvand;pne; Italian :no.V;  lies in the*hospital withakriiffe wound!  infhis" sidef abbut;;:tlieree; inches; long.,  ;A; riurhber*: bf; Italians -from this place  'vver^at Pert. Arthur; yisiting-'and::duriv_g;  the evenirig, which was largely; taken; up  : with beor; arid: cardsi: ariS.altercation took  placebetweeii;thern'--and !-iuring::the:flght<  one: of tl.eiri*;received-:-ja.;kriife7wburidi:-  The; man *;*vyj_a:did.;.thb^  once:; for":liome;^':; but'^wast.-oyertakeii;.'-!)/;  the officerivaiid he is now in jail at Port  ;'-^\^^r,r7V7Zy:::vJZv7r7zrzzv:V/77-v  >.;;%^^el^,;C^iex^in  % ;.CAI^^S^l(^;^ctbberf Sli^kt/; i|  ���mass 7 ^meeting 7 ot 'f;t|e|;Merthyr-TjSyiii!:  jCollreries^cd^.t'a^ctip^of.th^  ^reseritati Ves;. in^a^'c_--n  !jist:: Fridays and' Saturdayrarid; threaten- ���  ;;iiig :;;tpgstop ^pri&pthe.r^days,; ������;������ in.-: order ���  :tb .keerv;mpph-^priceJoftcbal^_\i-<i4there-S  ^forerfqf j;wages |��nde^;vthe:. eliding sscale^  ���agfeement;;;waS';coft-ir_r_ed^andha^:re^  :tio_tt*iil!.support;, b^therfuture^actiont^r  ithe^leaderRy was Ja.,1 opted. FThe^situatibri;  ���iiS/cHtical-JTlieJemplc^rs.-wo^  ynclinedltp^a} graeral;: lpckputcS-y*;-; 'jZVy  ���S**Si_^s)A;''Mista_ke^  ;'thel*^pnial::;of::^  !*:ShamTOdc|;J^^a^|for^^]e^'T^  '���; nibine f '&Z C^ane^yaclit;- bi-pkers^aid fiiciV  ^ uay% that^t-ja^b^^  ?pugli;itl-e|;famb.is]_rac^_nrbuidj.!be:-:s  ';MrvlS^ine?^i^?|?Tne|s^mr  giyen;arij;pur;;'charge^fb?  fiolliT-.r. *l._ti.-'"-.ri1-t-.-xi' -t. .,-i'_f -1.A r.'nJU-*:^J_l'_.iX_.'X-i  EfflAINMWHY  M'DONALD WAS FIRED OUT  ;       0? THELE!R0I.  ...,:;.,.ll./'.ilJ4:^.,,*,-**:,*     ������&  ;'?..'?  ^EFUT^iraiSra^F; i-ABORf Tp;  ^STHF-ffflT-jinOT;;  .:_>.. .J:  Vx^^xtiV-  :MY  "jROSSLAlNpi;C^t(^fe^31.4[Speciallt^  The; Tribune^9-It;is ^j^nohieans^certaui;  whp^il;succeed;-__ema_'d^  geMi^.^manaigB-'. at;'tlietLe ;Roi,i;but-fthe;  ; ex-managefesj'd pwn^tpwn x t riends;' haye5!  -been j-busyjtbday JexpMnirigj whjr; hej^asv  ' fi^^I^h^b^n?hjtel^ tliat;npt;  bnly^wni'ithe'^ntire?^  edby^the ne.wgmanagement;0ut a; new;  *ifirm_^sblicitprs^ : appbinte'd��  V.^T^^minionf^yCTnmeht  have ^recpnsid ered;:tiieir yiiosition' Z on;;;the  ali eni labor:;; qiiesti-on;^pbssibly;;xm;:J;th^  .... _ ,           _         purchasi ...  ;does;;.r,pt'wish;-'it-,advei'ti^d_'t&^^  .isjifpr^sal^jfc^?;;.^j^:Z^Wi^^x'iJiiW:!i7^Z  ��^f|Mexic--_a|ind^^  W  ^USCpN,��ABzbri^J:toctbberS  :;;barid;;of^'Yaqui;yIi]di^.s^esterd^-ana*i  Skilled.:-The^^quiagraided^tliejra^  stealing tl_e;hprses5fiha%^mH.The3^S-^  ted^several'sothef^^hclic^af-il^iKis^^  . P.P. fect-that:xliheyZ*kinedjrbther^;rahchergl;  !Al.ripst4ever^ay^urJn^the?r*^t^  raids ;,haye: beeriiriiade^aridtthe. rariclibl  ���^on^Hhe^iriyer^are ;;iieaH^^destitute��;|:  -���;--.:"-'���-:'./.;.--*:/-��i-i���._.**: fi���:~z~- t__._-/_'_.'_���_:���_.':!-'?_'_'~y.iXty.  jwhateye_v;ca��sey!Ut��h^jbee^  ;-Wiilia_tn|Lybn sjlackeilzie ^Kihgy'-aeputjr,;  'ministers of .labbi^-Shbiild; come; tb'.Rbs  ,la.iid*a��^once;;aiidvheSiwill. leave;:.Ottawa^  tbmbrro'w ^bi^the^estgglt; remains x-tsiZ,  ;belsee__^bet_-er*Kp^ll::enforce;;they  or;^t;1��The_gbyer^ent^  lbngUb^mak^up'th-Urimii^  Henderson of the county court to sit in  chambers as judge of tho supreme court.  H,o suggested a test case of tho question  before the full court next week, and declared that if no jurisdiction were found,  his, lordship having laid over several  matters for judge Henderson, that the  statute requiring county (court 'judges  to so act should he taken off the books.  Speaking personally,* he considered that'  provision should be made for chamber  work outside suprome 'court judges,  swhose \time was'engaged to the full ex-'  ���teMby} miicK ^eightier^inotters_ *. _i! '%7&M$  yxyy:y.x,i-.x.x...L,.,....,.,..,,.^.Vxixy^!m_r.  :^ii%VIii&;rt:B?^^  |;}fvic^  |rivaliof the sealingischbc_ner^;Oftof^tfc  IS^^skinsi-thetb^p^hip^  ^Arit^^th;542y?theCUnbi-ina^^  HHe,;Penelope-witfii519.-the^C.^D'SRai_di  ;|wit-_;59p;and the;/Triumph- with ;52()| thb'  ireturns';r of ?j?;-'.tH'e;--Reason's;wbrkl;bf.|tlie  X jJelajgic _isealers7 f rpiriv this; pcrtl. are^p6___T.  .plete^KiThe;total catch for;theJstmsoiKis.  ;22,933Tskins,, ta.ken;by:: 33 ships^^Of ^tii'sse:  .ip,256t jwere'takeri;:ih*:Behring;se_^by::2i:;  ^schooners, 6253.^by7nine; schobriers'VoOZ  ;;C^j^iv*islahdfa-id--Jai-a;n|X642^Sbff  itPkdficipbas^-''Last;yearj;__he.c&ht^s^  /35,584sfVr. 38v.schobhefs;. 17i757jbelhg .ta*^  jken^iiaSthe;; Behring; sea:S>WKile_r:biigffi  Vvveatlier^vyas 'ericbiintered;' tl_e;;bnljr-:acci|);  5dentsS%eretthe*:lb��-.;;bf;.'t^^^^^  -twalndiaris-eachiK; Omcers^^riefpf^the?  ;schppiiers, arriying;;to<layi reportssthat-:  . tji|e|three;* Japs ;takeh/ bf_; StS Paiirfislandl  $by s'ai|passerige_' ^stram-^arid ^taken ii[toZ  ISeatitleJaiid sghtttb:Ja^a-i';^rOTe.nPt?ship^  ;.^^cttd2S-.ilbrsi;;as;thej^i.aid^but^  iCTain^h^apanseapnai^  ^erlyjthe^mef i c_in* sch^  ^iiis^rhey wereila^d^|^n^hbSislai-<i|to?  ^clubtsealsjand.therschbbribrlbem^r^^  jb-f^b^a^utterr'thej^l^ei^ll^t^na1^  ^tte;h^yes ;thatythey:l_a^  -ld*;ycr.-i.*/i-nor' -ifP_flV-w_r_::_ovhA If-ivVi.-ntil ���  the summer in surveying- in Icy straits  and Crow's channel. Her officers report  that there will'bo no judicial ch'anges  in tho' chart as the resull; of the season's worft. . i  ,The 'scaling schooners Otto, Penelope  and Ariotes' arrived from Behring se;i  today.;(The Otto had 822 skins and ts  the high line schooner of tho Behring  Boa fleet. The, other two had 520 and 740  skins respectively. .    ,  - r^y ������- --���    ,..,* .,,.      ...     ..���..;- r-.:- -, >,,*,;*--:j-_  ^|i^*|y?n��^a^StiU^ni^  iWean&day^pcM  ;^1-ix^H*tibugh|;pre^d       Ca-tro Sliasi  prpclain-edAKPncegmorel^tl-a-ipi^  ;peace!exists;in;^enezuel^thi^is<'takfeiS  ^s*piwfyhat;:-i_^^teSb-^his*_-denials,|  ,piyil^air;^ists;i_.;the;^publibip^  at.CaracasXcbnsidersTpeace^ass^  STOBE EiSSijfl :,  ' r. .\ .'   v      '.- " rt xpji<iilxmm  OPHIR ENCOUNTERED SEV-5  ERE WEATHER, r?,!  };^_^y.^;v-j_S5^.K:\a��_;^��^S^,i'.-J  DUKB AND;p^qpias:T^boMa-ib  ,..-.. r.-,. .   v,;.?*^.;*..,.-1 -v.-..- ��: _���._.���_,.:���_-_,._...-_.. _.....-_ __         _.._ .   ���.A^Ay  ifm  ���^���x?.^^x^.^^"y"Y^^^01^t^i  ���: StariliheV steaihOTibMa_-i^w^iC-.'la.jfec.f  for' New,- Yo'rk from' here, today, had on  lboardn.45 :lady;Vpc^tula-it^i__  another "^i>i'Tia'-ii��-.'-^  ^T+'^-_s,-~oWQit��*rviiw^U_>'jT+1^'��'"t*.,)_V^  DOMINION OF CANADA  {Cabinet; Crisis Imminent;?  Zy TmLLEMSTADT;/*Man^^fBCuracba;.  : Octpbbr��;3i;:--A-dyices Tecei^d^ here|irpm;  Caracas say^that: a'cabihPt^crisis is;ex^.  ;.pect-.d there, as^a,^result;bf^ffie wbrdihgl  -..-of the*answer;of the presideritibf-Yeh^i  zuelaito the*resolution*vadopted; by.:.;th;e.  ���-'-Pan-American-; congress, cexpressing. the:  ;hppOi:v;that;;j Venezuela, ���.arid^Cplprribia  would "reach; ah equitablea^eement're.  gardirig their respective 'difficulties>'f: The  reply was; sent-against! the wishes" of the  -Veneisuelan cabinet.Xjy7yVi'?i7'-itix��:'>r<-&  vestigate: and:,^report-in .regard-tWii-tlie"  "'number of bblomeii in the vicinity, were  attacked by .140 insurgents, who rushed  on , them. with ,.j great; violence, i killing  two of: tho soldiers and wounding two|  others. Wilford remained cool and collected, during the attack and the survivors say he acted splendidly. Fourteen of  tho insurgents were killed. ��� Captain  Bookmiller of company; G recommends  Wilford for a medal of honor and privates Swanton arid Vero for certificates,  of merit.  On the ^English TurfV;  NEWMARKET,;: Ouober 31.���When  tho racing started today the Americans  continued their success: London (Maher) won tho Houghton handicap of.100.  sovereigns, Game Chick (Roitf) won the  Dewhart stake of 200 sovereigns, Ard  Patrick (J. Reilf) finished second and  Snowberry (Clem Jenkins) third. Do-  pign Volturo (Maher) won a two-year  old selling plate of 103 sovereigns,  Kings Course (Maher) won the Jockey  Club cup of 500'sovereigns, added to a  sweepstakes of 20. sovereigns, each for  three-year olds, Santoiwat; second* and  William C. Whitney's Elkhorn'(J. Reiff)  finished third. Sorcerer! (Reifl) won the  Ditch mile .velter handicap of 200 sovereigns. Emperador (J. H. Martin) ran  second and Gosander third.. .'_.:.s_ '  Rushinfi. Troops to the Rorit.  ALDERSHOT, iEugiarid, October 31.*-���  It is understood that as a result of the  conclusion arrived . at by the cabinet  Monday all the available effective infantrymen her will be sent, to .the.'front-,  in South Africa between now and  Christmas.: The ..departure of the cavalry  brigade from Aldershot 'will leave only  a singlo regiment of regular cavalry,  the Twerity-flrst lancers, in tb e Ui utod  Kingdom.���',Prince Arthur of Connaught,  nephew of king; Edward, who is: second lieutenant in the'Seventh Hussars,  goes with his regiment to South Africa  IridiansJailed at Regina.  '.  REGINA,' N. W. T., October 31.���The  well known Indian chief Piapbt and one  of his band are at present in Regina  jail. It appears that a cc-uple of weeks  dispatch he correct, it would imply that j ago the Indians on Pjapot's reservation J  iho government has received news from J were holding one of. tliepr :medicine | meniansjnay acquirp land,  y'V TheKini? 'in Gbbd Health iYY'^f  LONI)ON>: October 31.-^T__e'La__cet'tol  ���^day-'says^t^has^official^authprit^tbi'ariT  nourice that the recent rumors.regaKliiig  the health of;king Edward, are entirely:  without fpundation or truth and that.he  ' is in good; health arid has iiridergbrievrib,  operation whatever."x ;;*"'*':; *  * y-���'��- ������  THE OMNIPRESENT YANKEE  Xf. .;.'*;*,���   **.'���  * ������----,y;:*,*;K,|,B%  ���7y ���  ��� -i-7 ��� -. x- ���>��� *:,��� ���  .- ���=,- *���... *,:-''_..;.-i. -y- %?���&:  Will Monopolize Russian Industries.  ST. PETERSBURG, October 31.-^116  Novosti  says the  representatives  of a  .great American syndicate have just.left  St. Petersburg for the purpose of buying  or leasing all available land along-the  Siberian railroad.   The syndicate,is>provided -with more than 15,000,000 roiibes.  Nothing is known in American circles  here about Uie undertaking.    Since. Llif.  publication of the effer   of   Murray* A.  Verrier of Pittsburg to invest $50,000,000  in electric traction in St. Petersburg vice  consul genoral Heydecker, his, reprpsen-:  tative, has been besieged by person's having various ''good' things" which they  would like to dispose of to Yankees.'The  Bourse Gazette devoutes two columns, to  an analysis of Mr. Verner's;project* It  calls   upon   the   municipal   council; to  weigh carefully what is offered against  what is asked andnot to reject the'Ame^  rican proposition. without, decisive; reasons.    The  citizens   demand   improved  service and experience with municipal,  operations has not encouraged them to*  expect it from the present city ���gbvern-1  n-:ent.   The Russian government, according to tians-Caucasian correspondent.of  the Novoye Vremya, has decided (what  shall be done with the 40,000 Armenian  fugitives: who have been gathering; in,  the trans-Caucasian districts, of Russia  since 1893.   Those who desire may. return to Turkey at their own expense,  those electing to remain may seek admission into a peasant community.    If  some remain whom the communes1 refuse to admit, they.must apply, for,ad-,  mission   into a local   organization   of  "mespchanines."   or   ordinary ' unprivileged subjects.    By 1903   all   must   bo  Russian   subjects   or   quit.the   empire.  Thpse who came after February, ,1901,  will not enjoy the privileges granted to  earlier arrivals, but must quit the empire or be deported.   Twenty years after  becoming subjects of the czar the; Ar-  pri;-the?, exchangelH^traisedi;a;*,stbrra5.btf.  ipmt^-Sa^i-^5tKp?b^_^lem__^^  ,ally;i;ai_d^the^hblp;qu-_3tibn^fj^  ;irig.^cks;ls-tb?be.takericup'fby;;t_ie^ci-^  ziird^iirzzspzii^zrzvfMzvrm^  g^^p^.s.:.^.i-.j;^:,,,;/:.,;^:_::..;.>-yr^^  ?$^^pA(p^Marbleyp^  |i:-Jro_^^R^^^ffigtra  .31i|r[Sp^iai'gtb;|Tiwj^  ^deposite^iii^Ste^nfeippMt^ haye|been-;  att^tingfcbnsideraWoiaUeritiori^^^  the;;;pasHfew:;^eeks5|Tnef  MarbieKfcbmpany;s.pp  tieyj8^;\^teeri;:mark^^  ;f or^year sZ�� arid^had|^c. rie 7 of gi the ^mbst';  ���tfeautifiVKexh ibi^  /eJci^sitibir^hfs'v^ea^^  fly;^d^;iriefeh^^^_m_^_i^e^  quarries ^and^wbrksSand^-^OT  : mencWian:-; before.^ Itfis?; on ly|in ^thb; Past  f ew?weeks]t hat;; t W._;-nar blejindiis try, has)  1 taken;-pri'vthfeftP-^^irtira  Cpmpai.iesi'^haye:VheiZnii':-ibrmed .^farid^  ; marble': i ledges;;5:nea_;jvt__(.d^^j^i-ewelah?!:  : Golyil 1 e iv and;;*bny' the i^reseryation;,tiear;!  ; Casrade ^CityK have* *:bee^  wbrl_;_is'; ribw' in; pr.bgress'ori'm.pst of tt  ; prop_i'ties.,^A;: i^eat?;dwil^f ?��iritoest!Ms;  :also beingltakeri.inMarble^propositibns  ���n&rt-NprthTioxipZSiZiffi  Z:x Charles :Par^; has?located a} jarge;bpdy  ofJblabli^priyxi within��� -iixlroiies .of (the  ;iown;;aid:'will:begiri;*devolopmeritr_!W  ly;^M-:W.vMartin-"has?recently accepted;  an^pffier/bfv^OOOrfor^avm^ble^ledge^bn  ������hisvranchv'';rieur*Marble.'-^:-''';-^:.:vf^  ;.';Haryey ^(Alldnv-has'iritc-r^ted^^Butte.  capitalists 'in' amarble 'propositiori 'on  Deep: creek;- and -will hav^^60-nie--'>t  work within a; few weeks;'��i--'$.;';77,}.���;,;*,-���*.';���;Z  '_������.���:'-.  ,   "^"GK��riw  ^GRII.ENW60T>, OctoJ:-_;'\31.---[_-pecial  :to The.Tribune.]���Rancher;MarkChrist-t;  iiisonlhad sixteen chickens; killed, at his  ranch at Boundary Falls;; last: nigh c;  They were knocked on tlie head, and  their bodies thrown in jiests in���" the  chicken: house. He charges-a* 15-year-old  ;ycuth with doing it, and the provincial  police have arrested the lad, and he is  now in custody awaiting a ���hearing.  James Dcugall, employed in erecting  the . new , ore. bins at Y the Greenwood  smelter, fell, from one of the bents of  the frame today, and broke an arm in  two places;      ��� ' '..���"'���'.  Rev. E. S. Rowe of Victoria lectures  tonight in the Methodist church. ".  Tho No. 7 Mining Company has decided to sink the main shaft at its No.  7 mine, rear Boundary Falls,.,deeper.  The shaft is now down 125 feet The  sinking is to be carried on at the same  time as drifting at the 60-foot arid .120-  foot levels. , ��� ,. '.,*...'.:.:;, ;...*,  Today's arrivals include A. B. Gray  of Nelson. ' "���      '."���'     :.  CP.R. Business Increases in the West.  ������VANCOUVER, October 31.���[Special  to The Tribune.]���Thoriias;Tait, general  manager-of transportation of the Canadian Pacific, arrived*'today from the  east,.accompanied by L; -.A." Hamilton,  formerly land commissioner here. They  ���were met in Kootenay by Mr;. .Marpole  arid traveled all through "the' upper  country. Tait expressed* himself 'very  well .satisfied* with- the, progress of: ihe  west and increase of business. So great  has the.increase been in Manitoba and  further west that every car and locomotive works ir.;America have: large orders  from the Canadian Pacific, .The most  ^important.announceirieiit ,is. that next  , year instead of an Imperial Limited, as  this season, there will be a fast train  ; every, other day in addition: to the regular service, making two .transcontinental trains three times a week. The fast  train will make the run from Vancouver  to Montreal in ninety hours.      ���  ��� Jurisdiction of Judges.  VANCOUVER,  .October   31.���[Speclal  torTho Tribune.]���Justice Martin this  morning made some extended remarks  on the question of jurisdiction qf judge  |frb_rifgeflei'al.Ghaf.ee.J^  pl^irilaSOctb  sr^i\^^f_^^br.S^iCT-��fe  ^iffiiirrectipri ist^'f pr^^ri^ebui^isiaritil  flia^-cpmosiiuaria^lai^db^^  pi^gbpdifa-thfiri-fpbediericeS  ptli^pw^lelfprSiie^M^^  tp-eces$'60p_Bcers^&^  ^nbteSyet^&atis_iict()ry?|S  ;;Mayfiri.*^'e>:?aaditibriaU_,trciops_^^  SfOTcef^lsettierrient-VS-.'.-.^fS  T.l,.*r_-__y-L-_s;._.Vr -..- - ---������*���   ��� ���������-���'��������� -_.'.-.*,*-...;-,, ���������y^Xl,--.H*if.:-Vt:.r_.  ?.M_^7'W**4jV'!W/v-;r.'*^^^^  ���:^^0^mZi^^^^^Z0;y.  ;:|;pOME]j^obefc3 'if���i^^$^j0i^y-x  i;;pbo^;|Erigla^i|has^  ft-^|^^bi^^c5pla^ei|^rriTO  vLiy,efpb61%^  :gp;:thefciist6iriary_dipinJ:ect_bn^l^  ;^;^_m_NGT0NfeD;^(C;^.Octbb^^  :The;cyrii^di;st_a^SKcbnsul'i--tfiL  :,has* cabled; tpftri^state;^  : |twbAca^sy5f ;^b<^i^  'ptherrsusi^ciou^casM?haye 'developed'  .iri,:''a'*';hbsijl&l|'in|]_iy^^  *i.^;^^Pecto^t^^^a^ YfYl y.  ���-; ii;N3E^i^)RK;dctober^l.-r-After:elev8h,  years^bfrWoflSB^-^L-'Per^  :lish:.naiuralist;;'hasrcompieted.thecoilec-  ;tibn;;of;the:;-auria-ofiiHawaii;;; says"; the'  HonolulurcprTPspcirideritZ:bli the ;,Times.:  Among;the;.cu)iibus;facis disclosed by.his.  : collectioni arplthat^Hawaii has: tho'! only>*���  ;species of,dragbri;'flies'that does not start  :life.ifrom thc^yrater/pripf^hich; the lar:  :vabare non-aquatic.*:;-.x-V: Zrix-VV:i777  fI->hR?fBMcMiHa__if'fes^  i?^HamgKngourSbriefbf$;Mw  |le^n^^tii.^sipied;^udde^^at?n^^  jtoday&HearttrbubieSv. as5i He!caii_m;S^4.;  |riis6ri|pfithisjcit^^ys-th^!siric-^^  } hei^|shipped.,64p0-hbree3:ttb't Souths  cbnriectibriSfwith1  ribrtherrissiOntaribi; iri  -'iriiiriigi^iori^^il-fSi..-^..,;*^  "^TORONTPi:; October' SL-^ame^arryv  :;-_^is!^as��today;.i'iridi^d-S^  is_Ja.U��htCT.;-]_ewiss is^a'iiChristiarifScieriU  ���tist^rid|hi^hild?^ied-fr(.inpliphtheria.i  sThe;cfowiK--lleies^eicl-iid^s-a  ^auisjedU-y^ack^bf^prbpii^i^  ���.teMiota:^;**^-^,/;^  Jliamr'tMilii er JH arrisbri!;of ^Varicpiiyer^ * BZ  ;p.Jvsbri-bf-;the'yatevDr^^-irris^  l^emier>bf;;Maiitpba^^as.-rian'ie  l terday:; af terribon 5}tb piMiss^JearisTalbot;  i Ha,rdiiig! cldesttdaugliter'pfsjud^iHa^  ing-bfthisiplace,  .^it_r'S?.HH;��;a4��57hfecpnstituentsitoda^  ^t^rbrcjath^said :3"Thefgovern riienFaf*^  ���r"',*..*f:.*?-^-/*L-.*s;Cl**.-!**.^*^=----;-^-;;'4'*.. i"V*J-,;*^*^V"'lvX^^'--^^--.-.*i_.K**-^W7^_^:  ^aggrayating^tb^^s^ritiaSmiscl^ef^nl  /'aX'.V'.ii'iV'A'ft.j-ii-S^i-f-r.x^'-k?^  ���x^-y^  iTAkGIER;__6ctbbe-^3i.^lio__Mooi'ish^  government'; hasypaid Spain $30,000 for  the' parents;"and. $i(5,00; indemnity as a  'resultof it he capture*by Kabyle tribesmen of the Spanish; boy, and  girl  last  ;May, at Arzillri; on the Atlantic coast of  ;Morocco.vv:'p-'5;;:;;;;;;.;;. . :.       ,..'.'���'  IS AH ENGLISH BOULANGER  Buller; Courts Notoriety.  .. LONDON, October 31.���General Bui ���  ler, speaking to.a reportertoday of the  London Evening News, regarding the  telegram of. general Whit'; attributed to  him by the National Review, said:  "That is not my, telegram." General  Buller threatens to blossom into a British " Bculanger. He does not appear to  court privacy Pr to discountenance demonstrations. Ho attended a theater in  London yesterday evening- and when  recognized was cheered. He rose to his  feot arid bowed his acknowledgments  Outside the building general Buller was  mobbed by cheering crowds, and the  police had to be called upon to clear the  streets.^ . ;*, ' ; ���:.,: .- -.*.;;  Disastrous Blaze in Wheeling.  WHEELING, West. Virginia, OctobCr  31.���Fire started in the business portion  of the'city shortly after 7 o'clock this  afternoon and.promises to be one of the  worst conflagrations in the history of the  city. The fire, started in the Will-Colvig  building arid it as entirely destroyed.  The flames then spread to World's millinery building and the Morgan building adjoining, and several other buildings are threatened-  Winnipeg's Clearing House Returns.  WINNIPEG, October 31.���Winnipeg  clearing house returns for the week ending October 31st, 1901, are clearings ?3,-  50S,b58, balance $-98,495; for the corresponding week of 1900 clearings ?2,344,-  477, balance ?451,7T7; for the same  period in 1899 clearings ?3,145,568, balances $579,008,  Back From a Survey Trip.  VICTORIA.  October  31���The United  States  steamer   Gedney. is  here  from.  Alaska. She has hee_4 engaged during.  MONTREAL^ 6ctob^;*;*3L^hr c|-.^rc^:  ; vincial> bye^ectibnsStbpk^  Un^IJruiri-ribridville^JJ-.iLaifertyJ-gbyerri-i  ;riient caiididate^wasjeiec-^d^l-y;200  I jority.; IiifVandi'euIl^Pilpn^  i candidate,iwas(eiected-;Ali;detot-^?ca_i^  ;dldates. werefl-ibCTalsilnp .Cbriservatives  ; being; nbmiriated^^;5{;";y;;>,^  ;.:;;;-MdNTitE.^;|pS^  of the Dorriiriipn JCbttoriVCoriipariy- fn6t;  ;tbday;to_pass :the|half yearly, dividend.;  ���YThe effect^has;beea?discounted ori!the  ���stock :market.^The;company has.\been;  rp^yin^t6*^i^*-cent*-annua"lIy~Th"-^^^  for notvdeclaririg a dividend is given  that,: as; extensive''improvements, have  ' been made; tb;;the property and a large  debt: iiicurred,} the directors considered  it betterrto;i��ass the;dividend and use  the money toward wiping out debts.  'LONDON,.' Ontario,   October   31.���Ira  'Sherry, a farm laborer, died at the Vic-  ' toria hc;;pital Tuesday night because it  ;is said he would riot submit to an opera-'  tion. He ;suffered from strangulated hernia and the doctors believed he could  have recovered had he submitted to the  knife. He was argued with and every effort UDed to induce him to go upon the  operating lable., "No, I came into this  world whole and: I > am going out that  way," was his final answer to the protests of the surgeons.  "MONTREAL, October 31.���Thewhalo  which >efi.terday invaded Montreal har-  'bbr still-lives. It is stranded on a rock  butsido "of tlie guard pier near Victoria  bridge and it is estimated the spot was  visited by 30,000 people-during the day,  many of whom saw a vyhale spout for  tho first time. Attempts-were made during the day to kill the animal. A .hundred shots were fired at .it with rifles,  : but, when the sun went down the:whale  was still alive. It is expected it will be  killed tomorrow.  TORONTO, October 31;���John Armstrong, aged 55, a marble polisher, and  Jane, his wife, aged 54, v. ere found last  evening in their home, 54 Defoe street,  dead. Armstrong hanged himself, but  how Mrs. Armstrong met her death a  coroner's jury, will have to decide. The  fcrmerjvas found by tils son hanging  from a scantling in the cellar six feet  from the floor. The latter was found in  bed; pai tl dressed and with blood  mark3 civ her face. Armstrong had been  drinking heavily lately..  TORONTO. October 31.���The funeral  of Walter Massey took place from the  family residence, 550 Jarvis street, at  1:30 o'cleck' this afternoon to the Central. Methodist church and from there  to 2tfount Pleasant cemetery. Thousands  of citizt ns turned out to pay their last  respects to the' deceased. Services at the  church were conducted by J. A Rankin,  pastor of the church. About .1000 of the  emplojees of : tbe Massey-Harris Company were ir attendance and preceded  the cortege to the cemetery.  .;extermmationiofaaSpecple.:flghtirig��^^  fithel^^ri^apd^-h^-i^  - ^o��^B_mrreri^er|arid^i8ubml ssibrign_feets|^M|P  Presentatibft-;td.-_wUroadi6ffic  of!���',trade^^ropmsJliere'today W. R? Baker,'.' ^ '0m  assistarittbthb.seTOnd vice-president of  the C>P.;R!i 3va__: presented with a solid  silver ttea; service arid an address by, the  ^business.men=:bn*=theToccasion of-hls-re-"  removal from Winnipeg and in recognition of his integrity, unfailing courtesy  and great ability, displayed both as an  ofQcial arid as a public f-pinted citizen.  Mr. Baker recently left Winnipeg to  take up his residence in Montreal and  shortly after; accompanied the royal  train.across the continent as a representative of the C. P. R.  Bubonic Plague in Glascow. '  GLASGOW, October 31.���The bubonic  plagjie;;has:"reappcai cd hero during .tlVa'  vweek.    Four suspected cases wero removed from the Central Station hotel  belonging  to   the  Caledonian   railway;  and one died Saturday.   The hotel has ���  been  closed   tnd tho guests   leave   by  noon tomorrow.   It appears that all tha ��  cases under suspicion arc serious at trior  hotel.    An   examination of the bacilli  proves conclusively that tho disease is  tho bubonic plague.   Tho municipal authorities, ; in a   notice announcing tho  fact, urge all householders to destroy;  rats.:    Grand Jury Indicts Burnett.  - CHICAGO, October 31.���The grand *  jury today voted an indictment against  Dr. Orville Burnett, charging him with  murder as an accessory before the fact  Dr. Burnett was with Mrs. CharlottJ  Nichol when the latter committed suicide at a hotel recently, alone fulfilling;  an agreement which Burnett says they  made to die together rather than ba  separated.  Lynched. Another Negro.  HODGENVILLE, Kentucky, October  31.���A mob of 50 or 75 determined citizen^ came upon this town about 2  o'clock this morning and took from th'3  jail Silas Esters, a nogro, charged with  forcing, Granville Waid, a fifteen year  eld boy of Upton to commit a crime,  and strung him up to the court hous9  steps, after shooting him down for attempting to escape.  ���3^'  ���tyl  im  - ���'i^A'-.M  4 "-rff'  i'7sM  ' ^wl  ���K?l  Mexican Stfamship Line.  SAN FRANCISCO, October 3L���.Tho  Kosnios   steamship   line   of   Hamburg  has contracted with the Mexican govera-  "ment to establish  regular  connections  between  its  Pacific  coast  service ind.  that covering Mediterianean ports.  -VJ THE NELSOtf _ TRIBUNE, FRIDAY MORNING,  NOVEMBER 1, 1901  to  to  to  to  to  to  \j- *_  to  to  to  m( ��� ��� $  to  to  to  m  to  to  to  to  to  iNCOHPOUAl'ftll 1070  oozi^ip^isrsr  In  view of coming events, we are paying specia.  attention to the requirements of  THE   BALL   ROOM  details,  but  we  would  ask  We  cannot  go   into  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. ,  THE mSOFS BAY COMMIT  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B. C.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  WALL  PAPER  Perhaps it's - a bedroom you're going to  have papered, the  hall or parlor. It  really makes no difference which it is,  wc have paper to suit all rooms. iTapers  were never so pretty as they are this  season. Just now we aro opening our  new fall stock and having a clearance  sale of the short lots left over from the  Eiimr.er'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.  ^g^^SS^g:^ % ^'^��&&&>$&��$'f'  ii  wl    '        -  . -   _  11-*'.' r      J  |>'4���  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  :      .    '   ASSAYERS'  SUPPLIES.'  W F.' TEETZEC. & CO.���CORNER OF,  Baker and * Josephine streets, Nelson,  ���whole.ale'dealers In assayer's supplies.  Agents for Denver Fire, Clay Company,  Denver.'Colorado.1 ��� *������ -   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  i H J EVANS & CO.-BAKER STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  cigars, cement, flre" brick and flre clay,  water pipe and' steel Tails, * and general  commission merchants.,.'-!'' y, ��� .  -      , ELECTRICAL' SUPPLIES.  '^COOTENAY EI^ECTRIC !_UPP_/_/~&  .Construction Company���Wholesale,, dealers  in telephones, annunciators, bells, patter-  ies, electric fixtures and appliances/ Houston Block, Nelson.       v      .--'?--.��  ^y__Jf?f^^i^5Z^i^^^St^~^  Z_p Pburns~XTco^5a_-_er street^  -Nelson, .wholesale   dealers/in   fresh   and  cured meats*. Cold storage, ."/���,,-'-  GROCERIES.\7 *  m^r-  KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, __IM-r  lied.���Vernon    street,   -Nelaon,., ;wholesale -  m^{lY grocers., j   .  -"-*-���-    -J ILL-  'Ml&Mi.fh': CJOIIN-. CHOLDITCH    & - ,CO.-B;RONT >  <M'M(J y,i ^street, Nelson, wholesale grocers. -  m0.'y7l X .A.-MACDONALD   &   CO.-t-U-_._-ER  OJ? -  mj>lr<f<;*'/.Front and HaU streets, Nelson, wholesale,.  Mti&y'fiV-   grocers /.and  jobbers  in  blankets,   gloves,  l^feVs*'1   i mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws and mln  MmY  \Wi'-.Ty '*' ��^---**-"--"*-"~"-- -"���*>*"*ioM_~ :       -   ,**  li^-'f*'  sundries.  ,   J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET,*3  .Nelson;  .wholesale   dealers   in   iirovisions,  .."'cured .meats, butter and egsrs.  I PLASTERERS'. UNION MEETS EVERY  'Monday evening ln the EIHot'_Block, at 8  [o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; WlUiam  Vice, secretary. P.- O. Box 16L           CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WED-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  Un Miners' Union Hall. 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 'Be_u_ett,\secretary.  LAUNDRY WORKERS' *' TJNION.-  Meets at Miners'- Union Hall on fourth  Monday in. every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  m. B. Pape,-president; A. W;.McFee, secretary.    CLASSIFIED ADS.  _-   t *-��� r- -      -  ,     ARTICLES'FOR SALE.     ��  "lliJWINcflaACHIN^  for sale or re.it at the* Old Curloalty Shop.  FOR  RENT.  'FOR-RENT-ON'JOSEPHINE STREET, BE-  tween Silica and j Carbonate streets, an oloven-  rooin house; excellently adopted for a privato  boarding house; contains ull convenience-; thoroughly renovated recently. ��� Becr-Bros.  ��� ,FOR-RENT���FIVE-RaOM COTTAGE. ALL  improveinonts;,,close": in. Address Box' 671,  Nelson. 7,   *������. ^     > <     ~    .  .      ', '   _  FOR RENT���THREE i ROOMS  SUITABLE  for 1 igbt housekeeping; hot and cold water; steam  (heat; baths.   Address box571,"_sTolson.  HELP' WANTED.'  j '-WANTED-SIX CARPENTERS FOR FOUR  I months' work.^.'Apply Mo Revelstoke Lumber  JCo, Revels_oko, B.Ct   -     ,     ,-- .    ���      i>  \��*r - '  "0 LIQUORS -AHD DRY'GOODS.  <r  '*--,'��� TURNER,* BEETON  <& .CO.���CORNER  '-�� Vernon ..and' 'Josephine   streets,    Nelson,  IW" .-v,. ' u , -wholesale dealers ln liquors, cigars and dry  Is-7*"!.;-''!:* Vgoods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company,  ** ��**?u  -i of Milwaukee and Calgary'Brewing Com-  '1:  K"-.<    1.    -  ���77:  Z'>  Lv*-.  * i _t  r pany of Calgary.   ^BUSINESS - DHE0T0RY.  \'S--.... - -. - -^PHi-rECTs.^ -;   ' nA.< C. EWART.���ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  Aberdeen Block, Baker Street, "Nelson.  ���'. Y: ,.,1J{!-1j^??-?9-us^"-.. .-~Yy.-..,  - 'PIONEER (CHOP HOVSJ2. JOHN,  Spear,' proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  'Baker.'street, Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches "a specialty. Picnic and traveling  parties supplied,on > shortest notice. ,  , iFURNITURE,  PIANOS,   SAFES, .ETC.,  moved< carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J.' T.* Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's sec-  '  ond Hand,store. Ward Btreet. .   ,  FURNITURE,  *D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealers,'undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292. night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postoffice building, Vernon street,  Nelson.      '  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  WANTED-RAILROAD   MEN;   $2.25  PER  iy.: boardS5per;week; fiee pas...   Laundress.  iNelson Employment Agency. *. Jfhono 278. -.,     ,  WANTED���A MAN THAT UNDERSTANDS  billiards io look after Miners' Club Houso.   Ad-  . dress, stating ealiiry, E. K. Stcwurt/Mjchcl; B.C.  LOST.  ,   LOST���LADY'S   GOLD   WATCH,   MONO-1  j gram "M. D." on outside with engraving insido.  ! ltoward on return to Judge Form.  ��he ��rtbun^  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.' '  {Daily by mail, one month $  SO  t Daily .by mail,'three months 123  Daily by. mail, six months 2 SO  Daily by mall,  one year ;-.. 6 00  Semi-weekly by mail, three months...  '5U  Semi-weekly by mail, six months 100  i Semi-weekly by mail,  one year.: 2 00  Postage to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING  RATES.  Advertisements run regularly  jer Inch per month $100  If run less than a month, per inch per  Insertion    '. _     25  FREE MILLING GOLD PROPERTIES.  "We are anxious to secure a few free milling'gold properties at'once. The Prospectors'   Exchange,  Nelson,  B.  C,  Room  4,  K. W. C. Block. '  - OOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  and samplesto the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B.  C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETINGS.  7&  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  ~~H^80N]?6vGE.n6. 23., A. fT&  A. M. meets second Wednesday ln  each month. Sojourning brethren  invited.  -Classified- Ad.rand Legal -Notices,���per  word for flrst insertion      1  For each additional insertion, per  word   ....'       1-2  Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month     60  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and,Trades Unions, per line  per month  ....'     25  Address all letters���  THE   TRIBUNE"ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager. Nelson, B. C.  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS  BY   CARRIER.  *  +  +  +  *  On Saturday next, subscribers  whose Tribunes'are delivered by  carrier will be' expected to pay  tho carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week.  *  +  ���i  THOMSON.STATIONEBY CO. Ltd  1 NELSON. B. C.   through the fall in prices of .geld and  copper, for these metals .are. worth as  much today as they were four yean-  ago. The mineral tax has not soaked up  the difference. The enforcement of the  8-hour law is not responsible for the  lots in vaiuesa Freight and treatment'  charges arc less today than ever before  'Mining supplies are> no higher today  than when these mines changed owners.  jit is clearlj, either"a case of'inlBtak.su  judgment or a 'case of tunco.'The Tri-  ibune is of opinion that itjs both. Tho  !men who reported on these mines could  jnot see v hat was not in sight." The ore  they saw probably contained the values  (that were reported-to the intending purchasers. The ore that has since been  ���uncovered does, not contain' any such'  .values. Ir some cases,, without | doubt,  leports m_de were.absolutely dishonest.;  ,The mineral tax was imposed, by the.  Turner government in 1896. It was made  one per cent, not" on the gross value of  the ore, as the Engineering and Mining  Journal would make it.appear, but on  the value of the ,ore afterr freight .and  treatment charges'-were , deducted. .This,  remained the law^for. four,years,,when,  ihegoveirimc'nt'discovf'retlthe payment",  of-the tax was 'being systematically^  evaded hy mining.- j_r-mpaiiies; like^,the  Le (Roi. of Rossland. ��� Proceedings .w;erc  taken to compel-the-Le-^Roi to'make  honest returns to the assessor and'col-'  lector. The evidence "given5-during tho  proceedings clearly, showed^the govern-(  ment that if the mineral'tax'was'to'be*  an appieciable source *of f're%enuo, it'  must not only be honestly paid, but  increased. At the session;of trie legisla-  [ttire "-held during the - summer ^of "1900  'trie tax was made two per cent: Al'-,  though the'increased" rate has .been in  force a-year, the total received by. the  provincial treasury.from that source has  been less'than* $125,000, on an output"es��  tiniated at'?9,000,00p'iu valufe. If'this< is  a statement of fact, the two per cent  tax, levied because of bare faced attempts to evade one per cent, certainly  i _��� _  has not" caused' the mining companies  any^ serious loss,  seping that;none of-  their mines'or any of the improvements  thereon .ire taxed as real estate* or per-,  sonal'property. , '-.,''  i    i        .    *.    "~���*"~���**""���"*������"���*" i ,  The Engineering and Mining Journal,  '.-states'that the standard rate of wages it'  Rossland never exceded $3.50 a day for  miners  and  ?2.S0  ti  day foi   muckers.  'Hero again the Engineering and .Mining  | Journal, is mistaken. The standard rate.  W AUTUMN  -Eg ��^B> ^^��.'*������,a��"^'iSl'm^!-}S*Ll^*-BI.! .^ ' W^* MM**-^fe*-tft *iS    /__-_    ^'*��?-'*��*''SL ��? 'ISL"<��?'���*���&?'**' ��? 't**'t^'0**'0*'0j*' ffl^.  "^&*f'f00'00l'0_0'''00'00)'0&'0a0'00'i00'0&.00'00*^*00'i00'^0     ."?    ^^^���^���^���-(���^���^!9k*Q^?''^,?*?*^��^'^'V^'  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  LADIES' JACKETS,  COSTUMES,  FUBS AND UNDRRWEAR  AT  ESPECIALLY  LOW PRICES  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  MENS' LAMBS' WOOL  SHIBTS   AND   DRAWERS,  FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR, WOOL AND CASHMERE SOCKS, FLANNELETTE NIGHT   SHIRTS  AND PAJAMAS AT f  VERT LOW   PRICES     *  BARGAINS  IN  GREY AND WHITE  BLANKETS,  WOOL   COMFORTERS AND EIDERDOWN QUILTS.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  CO.  to  to\  to\  to1-  to  to\  IRVINE   &  36 Baker Street, Nelson. to  ...... '���'-������: jf^  ^����?.'00i *0* *0*'0*,'^.00"00.00.00 .00.00. !00 .^. ^ *00 * 0" *   *TX*.  *��_^> ��� *_B.�� >*���_. ���-J2ft.-____s ���____*.���_____>*_____>'___&'______'______ __-Sb*__!___ ^_____e__!-_�� *_____!!*_2Z-00  TTrfc ^w. i^fc ^fc. ^^��M- <fc i-i-L ^__�� -E-iL. --fc i-B-L  -���__- -EM. i|_> ma   Ifc'    \__M  ���^*'^^''^&'^&''^&'^&*^*^^��-^B__\^^��'^^^^��^1^M^��^Bb:^^��*tit'~~  ^l\*^eT'*^."^r*^_r*^r-^-r*Qh!'a^^*^__r-*��l���^���t*^t*^?*^?*^st***5r" iv#' ��� 00'^'^>'00'00'00'00'0^'0*0-0*-00'*^-^*-^'00'^'^  -.  ^?_%>V^2Z^^  *>d0> <nfm^ari��^  #j,,I**M,*wi^I'*,*I'**I',*I**I**I**I^I* ��� W**HhH^,W,t*H'  - NKLSON ROYAL ARCH CUAPTUR NO.  123, 6. R. C���MeeLs thiid VVcdnesdaj. Sojourning companions invited. Chas. G. MlIIh, '/_;  Thos. J. Sims, S. 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. M.���  Regular meetings flrst and third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir Knights  are cordially invited to attend. Dr. W.  Rose, R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; G. A.  Brown, P. C.   TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  MINERS UNION, NO. %, W. F. of M.���  Meets in Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, visiting  members welcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Wilks, secretary. Onion scale  of wages for Nelson district per shift: Machine men $3.60, hammersmen $3 26, muckers, carmen, bhoveiers, and other underground laborers |3.  BARBERS' UNION, NO. 196, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets first and third Mondays  of each month ln Miners' Union Hall at  8:30 sharp. Visiting inembers invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. H. Matheson, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  iccretAry  COOKS AND WAITKltS UNION NO. Ml;  W. L. U., meets at. Mineie. Union HaU on second and last Tuesdays in every month at 8_X)  p.m. sharp. A- B. Sloan, president: J. P. For-  xestell, secretaiy H.M. Fortier, flnanclrl secretary.  The Mining and Engineering Journal  of New York attempts, through its special correspondent at Roesland, to give  an unbiased statement of the situation  at Rossland. The statement printed mav  be unbiased from the standpoint of the  writer, hut it certainly is not based on  facts. The statement entirely emits mention of the one fact that has caused all  the trouble at Rossland and is causing  more or less trouble in Several other  camps in Southeastern British Columbia. That one fact is: THE VALUES IN  THE ORE HAVE SHRUNK 75 PER  CENT. The mines at Rossland were  bought, as wore other mines in Southeastern British Columbia, on reports  made by experts. Ask the owners qf  these mines today what they think of  tho reports made them by their experts.  Ore that was reported as containing $20  in values per ton is yielding $5 per ton.  "What has became of the other $15?  When the'War Eagle and Le Roi mines  were unloaded on their present owners,  experts reported the ore as worth from  835 to 45 a ton. Today the ore will,  not avemgie $10. What has become of  tbe difference? It has not beeu wiped out,  of wages all over West Kootenay was  |?3.50 a day for miners and $3 a day for  muckers. These rates were lowered*in  1S93 by the Silver King mine at Nelson,  to'$3 a da.v for miners and $2.50a day  -for muckers, then by the Le rtol 'mine,  at  Rot. land, which  cut wages Ho the  same late. The glocan mines never at  any time pn id muckers less than $3 a  day. Tho Silver King is now and has  been for two years ptiying the standard'  rate of w_ges that prevails throughout'  ,Kootenay (tho only exception.being at'  iRosslard),  that  is,  $3 50  for machine  miners, $3.25 for hand drillers, and $2  for muckers undei ground. The Le Roi  'is still "scaMling" it.  Ithe^union'isfwrong.- The Tribune is of  Wii-io'ii that ''the miners ' at Rossland"  ��are. in all fairnf-ss, entitled to the Koot ���  ,-enay.Standardrof-Wages; and it is also  lof '"''.opinion','*!,' 'were> that- concession  ;grahted,~"the-trouble'that has been more  or^less !in.. evidence at ��� Rossland ��� for  the'-last'tbre, years would disappear-for  igood.L     ->.' * >  '- .>. .     '  , * ,<-    The. settlement of .the, existing labor  f'lis'putes and'the wiping out of taxation  j altogether..wilU not increase, the gold'  values.ii: thevRossland ,c_��e or add a  greater .percentage' of -copper to.--the  Boundary .pre. Some^of these mine'owu-  ,-ers1, "are up' against iow.-gvade proposi-  '��� tions and whining about texes.that aro,  I in a . measure, insignificant," andt kick-  | ing about the payment of an extra 25'  |cents a day to .muckers',will not bring  } about ���,tbe payment of "dividends.. Low-  j grade.ores can,only be made yield adequate returns by the, investment of  I large amounts of capital, if'ive-dollarore  I cannot -bo made pay, tdividends on., $3,-  i000,q'op^of capital, thebulk of-which rep-'  ' resents-the svppoK.tious value of min-  leral claims; but- 4-dolIar ore can;be  1 made,pay handsome dividends on .$5,-  1000,000,. off capital, whim-the actual capi-,  I tai has been it-rested in mines appraised  jat a fair valuation, and in mills and  *-smelters-,crected -by-experienced  The enforcement ul the S-hour law  al?o comes in for causing its share of  the trouble at Rossland. The Mining and1  Engineering Journal says a 30-hour, day  had been the u?ago in ihe mines in the,  United States for fifty years. As quartz  mining, save a little desultory miniug'  in North Cprolina and Georgia, began  .with the difcovery of the Comstock lode  at Virginia, Nevada, it is safe to say  that quartz irining has not be-^n a recognized industry in Iho United Slates for  much   over  thirty-flvo  years,   and   for  thirty years of that time more men employed underground have worked eight  honrs than ten. So tho enforcement of  the 8-hour law in British Columbia was  i ot  so radical  a  change as  the "unbiased" special corre^pr.ndent at Rossland   of  the  Engineering  and  Mining  Jourral would have the readers of that  journal believe   Tha fairness or unfairness of the demands of the Miners' Union of Rossland  will be a matter of disput among men.  Those who cbelieve that labor can only  protect itself through organization, believe that the union is right. These who  believe that capital only tJiould have  the privilege of organizing^ believe that  men-  and operated by practical managers.  iThis has been demonstrated in tho  Black Hills and in Alaska, where low-grade gold ore is being vyorked at  a _ profit; but It is' not being worked  at, a-profit in 10-stamp mills and 100-  ton smelters.  Robert Jaffray of ^Toronto, ..one of the  directors of the Crow's NeBt Coal'Company, was In Nelson yesterday en route  to the company's "headquarters at Fernie.   While Mr. Jaffray's home is in Toronto, .he says  the  larger half of his  ' property Interests aro In British Colum-  ' bia, and for that reason he says he is desirous of doing everything he can to advance  the  interests  of  this  province  , Asked why his company did not reduce  . the price of coke used by local smelters,  ; Mr. Jaffray replied that he and his asso-  , elates were of one opinion on that ques-  [tion.   They had expended large sums of  money in purchasing and developing the  Crow's Nest Ccal mines, and, as yet, had  j had na returns from, their investments.  They had developed their mines so that  they could make a large output of both  coal ana coke daily, but as yet the market was a limited one.   With 700 coke  ovens, having a capacity of 1200 tons of  coke a day, they were only ablo to market 250 tons a day in British Columbia.  This restricted demand was one reason  why the price of coke was maintained  at the present rate.   When tho demand  was equal to the output, tho price/would  ;be lowered. Coke could not, at present,  be produced at the Crow's Nest mines  at as low a cost as in the Bast, as weges  were higher and all   kinds  of supplies  were   correspondingly   high.     Judging  from Mr. Jaffray's remarks, the price of  coke will be reduced  by  his  company  just as soon as they know where they  are at.  limited.  4    Incorporated under the laws of British Columbia. .        -     -  Capital $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 ishares       Par value $1.00 each  All treasury, stock No promoters and no preferred .  ,  PROPEKTIES :--���-Camborne    Group,   nine , claims, _-  Oyster -Group, six claims.   Located in the/ Free ,  Gold Fish River/Oampj Lardeau Mining Division.;  B. 0.'  Large, Veins,' Free milling gold ore.  FIRST ALLOTMENT:���200,000 shares now offered  af 50rcents per "shared ,.    '   -  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 quickly, but" that' no rnore^  will be offered atless than par.  Address .all inquiries or application^ for stock to  S. M. BRYDGES,  "       r    " Officmi Broker���  500 m WANTED  . On the construction of the Arrowhead & j  Kootenay railway in tho Lardo district  HIGHEST WAGES-PAID  Inv order; to ;secure men without delay  ordinary labor wlll.be paid $2.25 per day  and axemen $2.60 per day.    ,'  GOOD STATION WORK  CAN BE SECURED.  P. O. BOX 566  NELSONr-ETCr  For   further   particulars   apply   to  Nelson Employment Agencies or to  the  CARLSON & PORTER  CONTRACTORS.  WANTED.  500 Day and Station Men  Bight  months'   work.     All- rock.  Wages $2.25 per day.  J. G. MeLEAN,  Elko, B.C.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527.  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  1 j_.i:m:it:e__d_  CHARLES HILLYER, President. HARRY, HOUSTON, Secretary.  Hnve juet lecelved 3,000,0 feet of logg from Idaho, and ���  of Umber of any dimensions or lengths. JEstimates given at  doors, and moulding- in Kootenay.  feet of logs from Idaho, and we are prepared to cut tho largest hill  ' any timo.  The largest stock of sash.  OOAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICE AND YARDS:   CORNER HALL AND FRONT STRKKTS.  A man who has large property interests  found, on inquiry, thai his name did not  appear on the assessment roll He asked  the reason why it had been left off, and  was informed that the occupier of the  premises was assessed for the property.  The eity assessor hold  that  an  owner  who leases a piece of property with a  condition that the tenant pays the .axes  has no right to have his name on the assessment roll.   The law may be a trifle  ambiguous on the point,  but it seems  that an owner who has not in any .way  parted witJb. title to his property should-  be placed on the'assessment roll as the  owner of the property.   If it were otherwise he would be deprived of tiie right  to say whether his property should or  should   not   be   mortgaged to pay off  money raised by the passage of money,  by-laws.   According to the contention :>f  ,the city assessor, the owner has no voice  in   such   matters,   if  his tenant on a  yearly lease agrees to pay the tares levied against the property during the life  of the lease.   Section 69 of the Municipal  Clauses Act says no by-law for raising  money on the credit of a city shall be introduced or passed by a city council unless a petition signed by the OWNERS  of at least one-tenth of the value of real  assessment roll) has been presented to  tbo council, requesting them to introduce such a by-law.   The signers of the  petition must be OWNERS of land, and  they must own one-tenth, in   assessed  value, of all the assessed  land  in the  city.   Section 114 of the act says the assessor shall once in every, year prepare  an assessment roll, in which, after diligent inquiry, he shall set down, according to the best information to be had���  (1) the names of all persons having taxable property in the municipality.  jTlie  owner alone has the taxable properly,  the lessee may, under the terms of the  lease, be required to pay the taxes; but  the taxable property is not bis. It is true  that if the assessment roll has been improperly made by the omission of-the  names of owners of property, those owners can have their names placed on the  roll by an order of a county or supreme  court judge, by showing that "they have  been improperly omitted.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.'  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft) Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Lime & Manufacturing Company. General commercial agents  and brokers.  Allooal and wood strictly cash on delivery.  telephone rn.  .Wfloe 184 Balder St.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 269.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  .Now that property owners may soon  be called on to reject or ratify by-laws,  people are beginning to askQ-aesti-.iiB.'j property (as shown Jby; -the, last revised  First Snow in Texas.  EL PASO, Texas, October 30.���Snow  fell for over an hour in El Paso and vicinity this afternoon and was followed  by heavy rains. It is the earliest snow  storm on record here. The weather has  become much cooler.   ...  Offlee:  Two Doors West C. P. R. Office  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets ���  P. O. "Box 659. TELEPHONE NO. 85.  HEWLING & CO.  AUCTIONEERS, VALUERS, ETC.  Kootenay Street, next door to Oddfellows' Hall  P. O. Box G33 NELSON, B.C.  NOTIOE  The undersigned has resumed proprietorship of the blaclcsmith 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 R B. Reiley,  are payable to me.  K. D. ASHCROFT.  Nelson, B. C, October 15th, 1901.   , THE !TEL��QN,;'_E)m-JvN$:,, ERIDAY ,MOKNljr?}, (JJjOpi^afEE.l, 1901,  BANK OP MTBEAI  CAPITAL, all paid up- ..$12.000,000.00  REST    7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presidont  Hon. Goorgo A. Drummond "Vice-President  E. S. Clov-ton Goneral Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Cornor Baker and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  -.ranches In London (England) Nkw YoJtK,  Cuioauo, and all the prinoipal cities in Canada.  Bay and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Ebo.  Saving's Bank Branch  COT-RENT BATE OF INTEREST PAH).  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMAI/JAMATKD  THE BANK  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-tip Capital,      -    ���    ���     $8 000,000  Reserve Fund,       ....  $2,000,000  ACGRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon. Geo. A. Cox, B.- E. Walker,  President. General Manager  London Offlee, CO Lombard Street, H. C.  New Vorls  Office, is   Exchange   Place.  and 6a Branches in Canada and the  United States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed 'on deposits.   'Present 'rate  three per cent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  IMPERIAL BANK  0_F    0-A.-l_T_A--D.A.  Capital (paid up)   -   S2.600.000  Rest       - $1,850,000  HKAD  OFFICE. TORONTO; ONTARIO.  Branches in Northwest Territories, Provinces of  British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec  H. S. HOWLAND .'. Presiden-.  D. R. WILKIE General Manager.  K. HAY Inspeotor.  .   NELSON   BRANCH,  *;,    BURNS BL0C*__.  A general banking business transacted.  Savings Department,���Deposits received and  interest allowed.      '   >  I)rafts sold, available in all parts of Canada,  United States and J-urope.  Special attentfbn givon to collections.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  m ! _���. iju,  THE PROYIB IN A DOZEN LINES.  'SANDON���Mat Garrity has a meal  ticket on Lemon's hotel in Nelson for  the noxt six months. Mat was gathered  in here.  ' NEW DENVER���Charles Aylwin de-  Uivered hundreds ot., fruit trees this  week to the ranchers and garden owners in and around New Denver and Silverton.  NANAIMO���A .recent discussion in the  city council shows thai'there is a general dissatisfaction with the police service here, which has more than once  lately needed suui-leir.er.1ing by the  work of provincial officers.  QTJESNELLE���Provincial constalile  Anderson and a Mr. Deacon, a special  constable sought yesterday to arrest a  violently insane Indian near Quesnelle.  He attacVed the oilicerp, - whereupon  Deacon fired and killed the. unfortunate  man. "* '  NEW WESTMINSTER���Once again a  jury is wrestling with' the fishermen  cases. Frank iRogers is in the, dock by  himself "at New "Westminster" this time,  charged with the kidnaping of nuiu  Japanese last July, the Japanese being  taken from Point Grey and marooned  on Bowen island. The case is being  heard before Mr. Justice Martin and a  jury. Rogers and Desplain wero summoned to'the court together, and entered a plea ot not guilty. The crown decided to take the case of Rogers up sep-  1 arately, ?nd Desplain ��<-s consequently  removed fiom the box.  REVEI STOKE���W. M. Brown of the  Columbia house tool, over on Saturday  'evening the Victoria hotel. Mr. Brown  will keep both houses running for the  present. Under his charge everything*  at the Victoria will be kept in first-  class shape .and ab comfortable and  pleasant for his guests as lhey make it.  TROUT LAKE���Architect George N  Taylor, afte** spending the greater part  of the summer in Trout** Lake, returned'  on ,Tuesday to Rossland. Before leaving he drew up tbe plans and sneciflci-  tions for tho Odd Fellow's new, hall;  which -will be erected in Trout, Lake  early  next  spring.  VfCTORlA-Messrs. Ralph Smith,'At"  P., G. Jchrson and H. James of Nanai-.  ao; H. Sheppard of Extension and F.  Wilson of South Wellington arc. here and  will wait uron Hon. James Din smuir  in regard tc. t.ic-organization of a general miners' unioi_"Tor the coal mining  district of th'e island, and ascertain his  .views on the matter.  ASHCROFT-The British'' Columbia  Express Company -'wilP withdraw the  semi- weekly service to Cariboo on the  31st instant, and commence the winter  weekly su-viee. In addition to the* regular stage leaving Ashcroft on Mondays, a special coach will leave on Fridays foi the ltO- Mile 'House and way  points, carrying passengers and, express  MICHEL���A number of .western capitalists are making an effort to tap the  Kootenay cil supply. -Machinery capable  of drilling a hole 1500 feet deep has been  transhipped at Macleod for this purpose and ai expert'secured from'Petro-  lia, Ontario", to superintend'operations.  Previous'vef_crts^in\tliis direction have  all been fiit'le, "but V the present operators are S-i_.gr. ine-of success.  REVELSTOKE���The 'healthful and  elevating-amusement of window break-'  ing has been in vogue for some time past  among tho"' rising generation of Rev.il-  stoRe. Not only do the Hoys, themselves1"  consider 'an empty'"house'fair game'  for target practice, but there are even*  some parents who appear to regard 'it'  as the, inalienable" fight of their male  progeny to heave half a brick through1  the window panes of 'a 'vancant domicile. ; fv '.    ' .    ' -.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  DO IT RIGHT NOW.  If you need a Silver Tea Set call at Jacob Dover's store.  For a Sterling Manicure Set write to Dover's jewelry store.  For finest Cut Glass go to Jacob Dover's.  For Earn Pianos try Jacob Dover.  Piano Lamps 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 invite you one and all to.do business .with  all my goods are guaranteed., '  me, as  -Airrepair.work promptly ex-,  t   - '  ecuted. j    .  JACOB DOVER, The Jeweler  - C. P. R. Time Inspector,' .  ^j. NELSON,*\B. C.,<;,  >���*�� _j  -J ft  ' Mall order receive our prompt  andf careful attention.  i-jr-t--.-:,  7.S&A  --V  'iR**^ ^~���~-*,******,',���^^^������|****^"**���m_____��mb.__bbbbwwb��^b���^B^^pl ���"   w Wm  ^\-V a* -. gr -a*' g*. g*. ^. fl*. &0: eg' <e> - 'SSYtg'<-���<'<�����    ,". ���^���>->,^;^'^-'^;;^-'^-^'V-*^-^-*^'-*^-'-; ^"^ *._���>_.  ' s-^^/y^g^ygr���gi*gr*g*g:!grv^>;,  ^^^.^.^.^^{^j-jfl^j^^^^^j^!  "t-jJ^rlMSM  MAMMOTH DRY DOCK SAILS  Interesting Facts Concerning It."  BALTIMORE,   October  19.���Here-are  about the gieat'  lnt'iest^ng fact.  |< .  I  I ha  i  ft.**  m  I  some  steel dry-dock���the largest in the-world  '���which-left Baltimore, on October 16 in  tow'of two powerful tugs4-for'Algiers,  Louisiana, opposite New Orleans, for the  uso of tlie navy���docking big battle-^  ships:  A walk five times around it makes a  mile. s   ,        *,   .    r  It will lift the largest battleship afloat.  Its transit represents the greatest towing effort of tne seas, i, , ���  It is insured for the 'voyage for ? .-0,000.  The cost of towing to Algiers will be  ?35 000.  ���'' The dock will travel 2,000 milos.  /rho   voyage   will   consume   perhaps  twenty days.  ���, The crews of the three craft number  sixty-four men.  Stores for thirty days are carried.  * The structure is 525 by 12G feel*  Into the hold has been pumped 7,516^  tons of water, sufficient to All a big'  ocean liner to her loading marks, but  sinking the dock only six and a half  feet.  Tho l-itt of which is attached xo towing lines is as big as a barrel.  Three tugs pulled the dock from her'  moorings l'or the start in thirty-live minutes. They represented a pulling power  of 1,800 horses, or of 18,000 men. ,  Tho hauling chain from the tug Orion  ���to-tlio-dock-lias-liiiks-six-incheo-thick,-  every six feet of which weighs 2*30  pounds, with a hauling power of -seventy-  two tons.  A manila hauser 600 feet long, ten  inches thick and doubled connects the  ���chain with the tug, whero it is bound  toy a three-inch wire cable.  Tho Orion carries 1,800 tons of coal  and 300 tons o_~fiesh water.  The route will be south of tho Bahamas, skirting Cuba to avoid the G.ilf  Stream.  The tug Taurus will precede the Onon,  and tho hausers between the two tugs  will be more than a third of a mile long  They arc as big around as a man's log.  . The hausers are so heavy that the  strain will not keep thera from dragging  in the sea.  The tugs are coaled at soa by bags of  coal sent over a. trolley line erected ou  masts.  Tho Orion is equipped with a patent  steam towing machine, which, in a  blow, takes up the slack in the line.-- or  lets out more hauser to meet the strain.  Tho dock contains 6,000 tons of steel  and 1,000 tons of machinery.  It is riveted with l',232,S00 rivets���all  big ones���holding plates half an inch  thick. .  Tne dock was built*'for the United  States government by the Maryland  Steel Company at Sparrows Point.  If there is an ugly storm bets are even  that the monster will not live.  Tho start-off was made a sociil affair,  a distinguished party of men and women  sailing on board tbe dock down .the harbor and lunching aboard.  A groat demonstration will be made  ���nt New Orleans upon the dock's arrival.  Commercial organizations have subscribed severally for her leception, tin-  artillery"will turn out and fire a salute,  "and the MifaSiS&iPi Rivor steamers,  dressed in bunting, will escort tho dock  up to the_5ity.  No such perilous tow as tjis has over  ���.been-attemp.ted.', The nearest approach  to it was'the towing, of.the' dry dock  ���from England to Havana. If this dock  Had gone adrift it would have had the  .whole.ocean to wallow about-in. But  -the Sparrows 'Point .dock"will always be  :in danger of blowing ashore in case it  "breaks away from its tow.  * In fair weather it will draw seven feot  ���of water, but in a blow will be sunk to.  n depth of eighteen feet. It is expected  i;iiat the seas will wash   all   the   way  of the dock, whicli ar,-. fifty-five feet high  and 400 feet long, will receive in a gale  a wind pressure of 350 tons; sufficient to'  drive a large sailing vessel at a twejve-  iknot clip. No effort will be'made'to  mako any headway in'a'gale, and "but  eight knots is expected in good weather  In a blow the Orion'will-hoad-into the  sea and simply hold on until fair,weather returns. After Cape Henry is passed  she'will carry the dock far out to sea.  .. _   - How .Royalty Sleeps. ._,-.'.. ,  There is, after all, but little difference  between him wiio wears a crown ^and or-;  dinary human beings when, it comes to'  the matter of sleeping and eating and  "drinking.     " .,  Emperor "William is a soldier even  when he goes to bed, for he sleeps on Che  regulation camp bed, such as his officers  uso. The bed clothing is of the rough  regimental pattern. He retires at 11 p.m.  and is up and dressed soon after 5 a.m.  Queen Victoria wont to bed quite late,  although she was a comparatively early  riser. Year in and year out her average  time of going to bed was 10.15. A lady  m waiting was deputed to read her to  sleep.  ��� The czar| of Russia has tbe greatest  difficulty in" getting a good night's rest,  and yet he is what old-fashioned people  call *'a lover'of the bed." He dreads the  night.' His bedroom is always brilliantly  lighted, like a reception room. - He often  suffers from acute insomnia and makes  frequent use of chloral.  Queen Wilhelmina goes to bed abou;  11 o'clock and gets up early. On ri_ing  she takes a stroll around the park and  visits the stables. Hcr__beds_eaJ_.is/_o__  monumental  size,  being broad  enough  for six and proportionately deep.  Leopold HI., the king of the Belgiums;  goes late to bed He spends half the  night working and reading. In strong  contiast to his neighboring sovereign,  he uses an ordinary bedstead, without  any other luxury than a quilt of swan-  down.   He is a very chilly mortal.  The king of Italy cannot sleep except  upon a very hard bed. He dispenses with  the use of pillows. He uses sheets of  tho very��coaisest web and sleeps like a  top.    ,       -          The Satis/action of Traveling Alone.  "Oh, the pleasure of eating alone!"  wroto Charles, Lamb in one of his most  expansive letters. We are not quite sure  how serious he was in the. exclamation.  But change ''eating" into "traveling"  and-there may bo found thousands who  will echo the cry. Thackeray thought  there was nothing to e-jual it. Loui-3  Stewnson, in the Cevennes, maJo the  pairie 'discovery, for his donkey cannot  bo said to count. Jean Paul Ritcher,  though he1 did not live in touring timss,  was too accomplished an individualist  (of the sentiment kind) not.to harp on  tliis musical string: "I hold tho constant  regard tbat we pay in all our actions to  the judgment of others" as the poison of  our peace, our reason and our .irtue."  Translated into plainer speech, Ritcher's  words may read thus: "Unless you can  havo your own way life is but a poisoned  puddle." Curzon, Stanley, * De Windt,  Miss Kingslfy, Landor and a host of  smaller men and women have acted on  the same assumption. And as m laige  (ravel, better known as exploration, so  also in the less stately yet more pleasurable "tiip." of common life. After a  full purse thero is nothing so good for  tlie vagrant as a free hand.  Turkey Will Resist Demands.  "CONSTANTINOPLE, October.31.���The  Turkish government is already_ preparing to resist the anticipated demand of  the United States for repayment of.the  ransom necessary to secure the release  of Miss Helen M. Stone, the abducted'  American missionary.' The porte repudiates all responsibility, for tho kidnaping of Miss Stone and maintains that  tlio. United States has no claim against  Turkey, and that therefore the latter is r  ..   ........ **        .....   ���'-������ed'J  ,.  States for the money (expended in her  rescue. A'high "*Turkish lofficial this'  morning informed a representative off  tho Associated Press that the Turkish/  resistance of ,any clairns'would bolbased;  upon these' contentions. - Firs't/that Miss'  Stone, although'* warned 'of the dangers"  of the road, persisted in traveling: sec-J  ondly, she did.not notify the authorities'  of her intention in order to .obtain an  escort,"which^ precaution even" the'*"foreign consuls always*'take whon'traveling  in such outlying insecure districts of,the  empire. And. third. Jtliat the brigands  who kidnaped Miss Stone and her'companions were Bulgarians.^ that the coup  was planned m 'Bulgaria and that "sanctuary was found, in Bulgarian territory.  hurt near Summit, New Jersey, today.  Mr. Clark was on a tour and his private  car was being drawn at good speed  around a curve near,Millington,when tha  engineer ranjnlo a freight train standing, on the track.    ;, ,      . ,(~  .���' V'     ~i���i   ,    Grete to Be Annexed. *  , LONDON, October - 30.���The Timei*  correspondenf at Constantinople! says  'that'* the Turkish ambassador . at St.'  Petersburg hass informed the sultan of  Turkey thlat the annexation of the'is-  landbf Crete to Greece* is imminent'and'  inevitable. , *       ' *"'   '--  ,   ">\_ -i'     .   ~   Denies/That King Has, Cancer. -  T  ��. COPENHAGEN, October 30.���The" Official Gazette publishes a denial of the  statement that king Edward is suffering  from cancer and declares untrue the re;  port that specialists were m consultation,,  regarding him1 during, his recent visit to  Denmark ,-*;���.''  1 '   . =..  BEWARE OF IMITATIONS  I     <    f     f. *-��    _- -- / i        i 'I*       -  [CDOl&JP^lX-TSr  ���_���'  pjunCompound Syrup of White  ��� ,.,Z, *,v    Pine and,Tar       -' /  ��URES COUGHS AND COLDS  I , . _ - r ���.  j ���   ',      J    > ,      .'*__;   Rough. Weather on the Channel. ?  DOVER, October 31 ���A fierce easterly  gale has been blowing today- 6ver>-the  whole channel, dislocating shipping  The 'channel steamers-,were obliged to  abandon attempts to enter the port 'of  Folkestone, which was not approachable  owing to the*'tremendous sea running.  A number, of minor wrecks have been  reported.and,several vessels have sunk  at their moorings. The wind guage registered 00 miles  an hour.   The-tide ,is  irising ?nd'vessels of all lands are seeking shelter from the storm. A great  number   of   carcasses   off/animals   are  ,.wasliing* ashore in the vicinity of Deal,  ] indicating that a shipping disaster has  'occurred near there.  .  Beware of.the^"Just as Good" kind.  I -' ;  Insist on'getting tne Genuine'C. D. &  \   H*^ .       i, ,-��� ' - *  B.'Compound Syrup of White Fine and  ' i   x. > .       _    ,  Tar.' - i    -  ,1 OFFICE: BAKER STREET WE8T,. NELSOJI, B.C.' y. [TELEPHONE; JIO. 219��p. 0. BOX 688.   ,  "��� - ���* -*��� _���     **��� **   (flARBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRICK;AliDiLIIVJE;:... ..Vi       7Vf<  ���"���-*������������-%     >**',? " .  The   Mansfield;   Manufacturing' Company 5  ������ have1, the above mentioned building imaterials^  '."'for sale at reasonable, prices/ . Special 'quota-/'  j.tions td builders'and contractors' for-large"  ^orders.     . '   >~lY'i  >   \.''-\  '" !  "-' '"   *'-���*'.  -���*��� '  L  - Etidently Drank Too Much.*- *>"' '  "WINNIPEG,   October  30.-^  Gretna  'this aftornoon H. R. Wilson, a law_clerk  employed m the ollice of Cameron &  Philips, was found dead. Deceased had  been drinking and no inquest will ,be  iheld.          ���"���'���'  Eailroad Superintendent Injured. ^  NEW   YORK,   October   30.���General  jsuporinieii-Jeut Clark of  the  Delaware,  JLackawanna   &  Western   railway "was  seveiely injured and   a   fireman   badly  CANADA -RUC & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-C. Blook.    , Comer Ward Bond Baker Sta  *��� ^t*********************^  Ur i TC  W tf  ^      OF    COURSE   10U    WANT, THE   (BEST.,    fft  y/ IIIEN'GO TO r/t  *  ARTHUR   ,GEE 5  Ml ���- -**1  i��    in Tremont Blook.   Ho will suit \ oa.    <p  Mi    Large stock of imported season's goods.    2  ���b  -       . i -- *  ���_-  ^l ; ; .*  |  *Z-!.********************3P  HOTEL  RALPH CLARE, I. O. NELSOST,  Undertaker, Night Call 2$. Manager,  Furniture Dealers  Furjera! Directors  and Embalmers  STKEET, -NELSON.  -Lighted -by-E!ectricityiandr H eat*  J ed with Hot' Air, ,'  * Large, comfortable bedrooms and flrst-  class dining room. Sample'rooms for commercial men.  j        RATES 82 PER PAY  %s. E. C. ClarKe, Prop,  |      Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  Imperial frjotel, Nelsori  (Formerly known ns tlio Silver King)  f,V4-  -���_���  ORDERS BY: MAIL ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY  U-    _  *��� ���  CO_MUP^^.JN"3?  OFFICE:    BAKER STREET WEST, fJEISOfJ, B. C.  TELEPHONE NO. 219.  . ..'   -      v T-   _  -,   v  P. 0. BOX 688/  bus  "Worth  Oak   Center   Tables _S3 50  Oak Center Tables 6 00  Oak   Center   Tables 5 00  Oak    Leather    Seat    FaDcy  Kocker    4 60  E'm   Folding  TaMe 5 CO  Elm   Folding   Table ��� 6 00  Cane Veranda Chairs  . 00    .4 50  Cane Veranda Hookers..,-...;;.; 6 50  Vor  J2 75-  4 50,  3 75  3 .5  3 75  425  4 75  TO   MAKB    KOOM   FOR    OUK    FALL  STOCK OF CARPETS ,AND.RCTOS ���  ���WILL   GO   AT   COST.  ������Hirdugliiiief length bt 500 feet Tlie sides jjTOtmod in re'fiisiiag to recoup -ihe United j  ��� .GO;.c^B.as  TO   CLEAR-BABY   CARRIAGES   AN1>  ..-   ..**'"���.' -.������-   "��� '��� )��� '.-��� -U,v?.'  AT LFdB THAN .COST.  Thi - hotel, In tho central part of tho city  been entirely renovated und improved.  I Tho commodious bar is supplied with all tlio  bobt brands of liquoiH, wines and cigars and is  under tlio peisoiuil management of Mr. J.  O.  JYaisinith. l  The dining room anrt restaurant are conducted  on Uio European plan, and these and tho hotel  accommodation are under tho management of  Mrs. Gorui.ni, �� hose large expo, ienco is a guarantee of the comforts of the hotel.  Afjadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets,  Nelson.  The only hotel ln Nelson that has remained under one management since 1890.  1 The bed-roomc arf> well furnished and  lighted by eleetrtcii>. .  The bar Is always stoosea by the best  domestic and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  HOTEL   KOSSLAND.  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon slreet. Best dollar a day  house in town. House and furniture new  and flrst class In every, respect. Lighted  by gas. Room and'board-i$5 to ?6 per  -Week.' No-Chinese employed here.  J. V. O'LAUGHLJN, Proprietor.  TREMONT BOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKKR STRKET, NKLSON  MEALS25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated ;Dy Steam 26 Cents to SI  P. Burns & Co.  AMERICAN AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Ma.-a*er.  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  j comfortable rooms. Hint elau tabla bowed.  Wholesale and Retail  ""sSS^o. Dealers iri Meats  Markets at  Nelson,   Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  ���way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  :WHOLKS_.l_K AND KETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. O BLOCK  WABD STBEET!  E, C. TRAVES, Manager  A COMPLETE LINE OF  ���   y ;> v ���;  --*, r'**���-.' <;  -*���* _^,_.�� _.-.'-.,^4  -m    'r**^7*^-*__��  *���>. rf%  Vfj^y^'i  . V-^^^t:  Kf:%%n  y -  o ���*���**�����  t ** _.      *  m  Front Doors ,;  " Inside Doors'  Screen' Doors-,  Windows* ^  Inside Finish-  Flooring.^ z  local and ooast" ^'  v Newel PoBta^K-r'^j y^f^im  Y Stair.Raa1;;^^^  ^ .Mouldings^,,,  f^?;^3f  - -    Shingles '>���*_?,$ i%: %^"'^M  Rqugh/and r"J  Dressea Lumber  ���*.*-*_  ~:HM  ,^>'._r.  ot all kinds;_"��������� -^>.v* ir-.x l*�� V,.  As .�� - ���.**-* -*S "P---S *r  .IF WHAT TOtr V-INT,IB XOIUt BTO0K ' ^'7 V  -��� '      m Will, MAKB IT rOB TOO-fivS, i    ,fc^  OALL''AMDO_ST-PIUO_-B.44."'1' ^  '���ZtAfAt  ��.'-V*.t-_  iA  ���jit  �� HALL AWD XJLKK STBXKIB. miiaoif  ��^fft_\-&- .  * i tfitmeaii  ���     v��'*��  I __. ****** ~y. * WjC!rta3  , iMYv &%__  i. -   y, ^J    .   l*sr&2.  CORPOBATIOM Of THE CITYOF MELSOmI-^^  4-M  Notice to ftuiiieip'ar'Voters."''  i.    f~.  t"~-t.  , NOTICElis horobv given that under the pro-"',** "'^ X  \ lsions of the "Municipn.. ElecUons Act" the ftfl-W _.i *��� f\  lowin-j aro entitled to voto for mayor and alder- '"' sZ  men at the CitjAIimiciparElection, vu:   *-    , -^'Vl  ,. Anj.ma'e or female, heing n British subject ot   "  "*-'  -tho full oko pf twoiiti-ono j ears.-who has paid- ^z_- -.  0/1 or before tho flrst cloy of No. ember all nuuiP "  cipal rates, taxes, assessments, and licenco fees1"  pn.}ablebyhiinorhor,aiid . ���>(    ,  Who is the assessed' owner of lands,tor of  improvements, pr the assessed occupier ol lands "*  <  vntytn the municipality, or,_    s -_*%^'_�� j j *l  Who is arcsidcnt of and carries on business' **".  and is the holder of a trades licence in tho  municipalitj, or  " "ahth��" iS * housoIlo-d01' within tho munici-  '  1   Householders are' required o"n or before "'tho"  flistdiy of Decembor to enter with the under-   :  signed their names, as a votrr, and deli. er at tho  samo tiuie a statutory declaration in tho form  provided bj the statute ,   v '_  - v���i      ���*'-- f. ja'K-STKAGHAN City Clerk.'/^  Nelson, B.C., Octobflrlgth.'lflOl. . rl  -rr^\  *��"SS  -i'-i-t  *��� *���--��..  '- ���-#!  NOTIOE TO DELt|fQirei^00-0Wl.EE;  To John J.  McAiidrewsKor'tt'o any person-  or persons to whOHi^he may have transferred his interest-in the Black Diamond "  mineral claim, situate: on the north- side  of Bear, creek,-about three .miles  from  the town of-.Ymir,. lying south of and adjoining the Evenniff Star ^mineral claim.'"  Nelson mining, division of, West Kootenay  _,���dlstrlctr_f.andi-recorded*=in-i;the-reeorder's~  office for the "Nelson mining division.' -1  You and each, of you are hereby4 notified  that  I   have: expended  two  hundred  and  twelve     dollars    ^nd     twenty-five     cents,  ($212.25)   in  labor and  improvements-upon  the above mentiouetUmineral.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  you rail or refuse to contribute your portion of all such expenditures together with.  all costs of advertising, your interests in  the said claims will  become,the property  ot the subscriber under section 4 of an act  entitled,   "An  Act  to Amend  the  Mineral"  Act, 1900.'                                   JOHN DEAN.    ���  Dated at Nelson tliis llth day of Septem-  ber, 1901.  _^  NOTIOE.  NOTICE is heroby ifivcn that wo intend to  apply nt tho next, itllrik'of tlio Board of Licenco  Comml. .loners forlho City of Nelson, to bo held  after Iho expiration ot thirty days' from tho dato  horcof, for a transfer of the retail liquor licence-  now hold bv us for tlio premises known as tho  "Gluo I'ot saloon, ..tiuitc on Vernon street in  tho City of Nelson and on tho wost half of lob 4,  block 2, subdivision of lot (15, frroup I, Kootenay  District, to William A.Connou of tho wild Cityof  Nelson.  Dated al Nelson this seventh dav of October  IflOb '-. VA1.MSLKY & BOWKS.  Witotcss: K. C. Da-vison.  NOTIOE.  ���Wo botf to notify the -merchants and bnsineg  men of Nelson that we liavo purchased the busi  ness and Rood will of tlie Pacific Transfer Company, which it is our Intention of Incorporating  with the business of tbe Nelson Freighting ��  Transfer Company; we remain yours  K. H. WILLIAMS,  . '���-���*. :..-y-.-x.X:        ������.:. Manager Nelson F. & T. Co  The Molly Gibson Mining Conipany, Limitedo  ������'JiOH-PEIJS0II/\t LIABILITY.  '4m  rm  1   J>r  .1  _ nl  NOTICE is hereby -rfven that an extraordinary-general meeting oUlio sharcboldci-. will be  held at the Hotel Phair. ATolson. British Columbia, on Saturday, tho 9th day of November, A.D.  1901, attho hour of 11 o'clock in tho forenoon,  when the subjoined resolution, which was passed  at tho. extraordienry general meeting of tho  Company held on the 23rd of October, A.D. 1901,  will be submitted for confirmation as a special  .resolution. *  RBSOIjDTION.  UKSOLVED thnt the directors of this Company bo, and they nr c horeby 'authorized to raiso  the sum of 8120,0(10 upon tho credit of tho Company on such terms and at* such rate of intorest  and re-payable at suoh times as thoy mav deem,  advisable anil for the purpose of securing tho  said -.inn of $120,000 and tho interest thoroupon  to charge tho whole or nny part of tho a.set�� of  the Company bv way. of uiortgiigo, trust* deed or  trust deeds, and to issue debentures to be .ocurcd  by such mortgage, trust'dced or trust deeds.  Dated this 28th day nf October, A.D.  By ordor,  OIU.EE3 BY J_^:i_JBC__IVJ-l PEOMPT ATrKjmON.  ,1901.  W. RAY,  PretidonV THE JNELSON TRIBUNE,  FRIDAY   MORNING,  NOVEMBER 1, 1901  j��* * * *** ************&tt**&*tt**&****.t ���*t**f***f**fe��-*e��-:^  LISTERINE  \b  tb  Mr  Ml  Ml  Ml  tb  Ml  Ml  Mr  U.  - Mr  Ml  \>r  tb  Mr  \u  \n  Ml  tH  Ml  tH  Ml  \tr  Ml  Mr  Ml  Ml  Ml  tH  til  **_  Is useful for all purposes when and antiseptic.  wash or dressing is required. It has no superior  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. Wehaveit in  3, 7 and 14 oz. sizes.  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  -*Z5** *** **S ****** ****** *** * ** **************** *********&  of the Boys  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 o�� these  goods ever shown In Nelson.  Everything is new and up-to-date  and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers will do, well to  examine my stock and get prices before  purchasing elsewher. -  ,  217 and 219  Baker Street  de    Am    OXLKjESR.  As-f  It !-  Js&&*^**X^'^'^^*^"^'^*^-S-K-^-^-^*iS*^'9*^*V'^*'^''^'^��&  ��00- s ~ t - . ...si  Wi&r<  '������&��<_���  w ":.   - ' --   .- -���-. * - >.��  # PUT US DOWN V      $  W ��� In your note book as having the best bargains, in,   ���'���  \W'/*%i *-*'l*to  "**&3&K--_-  ^!r^c*?ll-^and you'irmake no mistake.   The- bargains 'we1 are--1 now   -ik  l'W,T^howinsia^'tlie best we" ever offered.   New\and^hand-. fa  \tMp?YWy some" Furniture In' the latest styles:' Early ' buyers 5have' ^k\  frMHr.ikgrthe.largest' choice.?/.r,     -.* ,   ' *   --. v���������"������ .-*��� ���       */f\  teBfJ. C.5BUWYAN jS. GO. I  w' ,J .DAI/CDOTDCCT    MCI CHM , il.  j5 -&? ��*- ?  SA-,    "V.  sit'"' *<- - ���'  f.**-.  r^.  I#*'^x*^_<-V  BAKER STREET, NELSON;  ��� ,     , jm  ,'e.rf -   -i===  ���-Vs1. V. - _*_���*���.--  ���VI >-  '.9  :���**-.���]��� i  "GOOD CHEER" STOVES AND RANGES  ]?' -  li' **���-  V5--  *j_<*  '^We are in the .market again this season -with  this < line of-  , 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 largfe and complete' line.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   OO.  Importers and Dealers ln Shelf, and Heavy Hardware.  IF YOU WANT A PERFECT CUP OF TEA USE  EXCELSIOR  THE FAMOUS CEYLON  For Purity and Flavor it is. Unsurpassed  Retails at 40, 50 and 60 cents, per pound  Packed expressly for  Wm.   Hunter   &  Co.  CONNECTING STOEES AT  o  Silverton, Three Forks, Alamo and Phoenix  ROSSL.AIVD   BrSTCUINEERIINTG  WORKJgf  cunliffb & McMillan  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, skips, cagoe, oro bin doors, chutes and general wrought iron work.    Oar ore cars are  tbo best on the market.   Write us for references and full partlcu'ars.  SECOND HAND MACHINERY FOR SALE.-One 6-foot Pelton woterwheel, width600feat, "8 to lfi'  spinal riveted pipe.  One 10x5x13 outside packed plunger -inking pump.   Rook drills, atopinj,-  bars, Sec, Sec, ���'������������'���   .���������'"���. .���  CITY AND DISTRICT.  Charles Burt left for Blairmore thi3  morning It is likely that lie will engage  in the hotel business in the coal mining town which is being started in East  Kcotcnay.  In the case of Malone vs. Ferguson  an application v.as made yesterday for  leave to appeal from the judgment of  judge Forin, -who found for the defendant.  A licoise to wed was yesterday issued  to William Allan aud Agnes Bricgeford  of Crn cplix. The prospective groom is  one of the lucky owners in the Oyster  group of properties, upon which a very  advanti'gf-ous bond was recently given.  Hugh Cameron, figent for the Commercial Union Fire Insurance Company,  yesterday issued to Fred Starkey a check  for $20, lomg the amount of damage  claimed by rea&on of the fire in the rear  of the Hcuston Mock two weeks ago.  In the case of Morgueft vs ihe Chapleau Miring Company, an application  was made for summary judgment for  the sum of close upon $1900, the amount  claimed by the plaintiff for breach of  contract The application w"as laid over  until Monday.  A meeting of the Nelson St. Andrew's  Caledonian Society was called to meet  at the Phair last evening for tho purpose of electing officers for the ensuing  year, Dut as John Ayton Gibson and  Geoige Christie Tunstall were employed  upon the composition of v. stirring  Scotch song, the u.ceting failed to secure a quorum.  Halifax- Hall, who has been engaged  /or some timo In the survey of the Canadian bianch lines. in, .East Kootenay,  Is back in Nelson. Mr. Hall was employed en the survey of the spur to  Marysville, and on the proposed line  from Marysville to the foot of St Mary's  lake. He &ays there is quite a boom on  in Marysville in consequence of the erection of the smelter and that there is'  quite a demand for town lots and at  figures that would startle the ordinary  townsite agent.  ��� Yesterday a number of property owners signed ihe petition that is to be presented to the,city council on Monday  night, asking that a 'money by-law be  passed and . ubmitted -to the propercy  owners for their approval,/the money  ($150,000) to be used in "putting in a  power plant on Kootenay, liver. Those  who -expressed an-"opinion'"said they  would rather go without electric light  foi-^a year than see the'citv:make the  proposed' deal withv th'e West;.Kootenay  Power & Light Company. This goes to  show that public feeling is strong against  any^ c-ther actioD ,than sucli as will make  the city entirely., independent of the  power con pany. that-'has its headquarters'in Rossland. --'~   * \       - '  H. R Bellamy is back from Kamloops,  where he has been' overlooking the operations,of the dredging company which  is'l operating on the Thompson river  ���some 'fourteen miles* out of the city of  Kamloops. This is ,the company in  which, a'number of Nelson men are in-'  forested, they having disposed of thoir  interest in the property to a' Londonj  syndicate. The dredge ha3 been in'.operation for the past two months and  very ei-c<ur.ging results have been attained. It has been found, however, that  thie barge in use is not well adapted to,  tho requirements of dredging fon jthe  ThompFoii Lnd some changes in the  same will biv made within the next few  weeks. As the dredgings are -being  stored on the bank instead of being  washed it is iiTpossible .to say as to  jwhat the cleanup will be,, but rrom^the  assajs received it is predicted tnat'thu  purchasers of the property, will have  every "encouragement ,.to proceed' with  the work. The local men are interested'  in the operations of the company in that  they expect to receive their pay-from  the cleanup of the dredge:  PERSONALS.  William Hunter has returned to Nelson after spending several days in tho  Boundary district looking after the  business of his firm.  Jolin ^IcKane arrived in Nelson from  Rossland last evening. He came over  for the purpose of attending the annual  meeting of the Nelson Caledonian Society.  I. Isackson of Butte is in Nelson on  a touv of inspection of the cities of  Kootenay. Mr, Isaukson was ore of the  early men in the gold strike at Cape  Nome. He made a good cleanup and  will go back there next summer. In  spite of all that has been published  against the Nome camp he says thero  aro goodl chances there for men in  search of employment and any who  spend a season in the camp can save  enough to put in the winter comfortably  in any of the popular winter resorts.  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO^B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.  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 effect.  AT THE HOTELS.  IMPERIAL���Mr. and Mrs. Swift, Vernon.  TREMONT���H: H. Chadwick and John  Beattie, Slocan; Thomas Watson, Greenwood.  HUME���W. N. Brayton. Kasloj Taylor Webb, Montreal; W. R. Begg, Toronto; C. E. McKay. Brocl-ville; E. L.  Dennis, Montreal; J. H McGill, Vancouver v  GRAND CENTRAL���J. Hull, Fern  mine; Mrs C. Fletcher, Sloean; David  McLennan, Kuskonook; J. W: Westfall.  Trout Lpke;, John Bell. Vancouver; H.  Cox, Halifax.  4QUEEN'S���W. A. McGoxv. Spokane";  George Munro, Creston; Mike Johnson,  Cranbrook; George T. Moore, Evans-  ville, Wisconsin: A. N. Winlaw, Slocan;  H. Stewart and W. J. Paterson, Sandon;  J Man ball, Kltcljener; J S. Anderson  and wife, Erie  PHAIR���J. A. Whittier, Sandon; E.  Nolson Fell, Athabasca; R.' W. Thomas.  Vancouver; C N.��� Monsariat, Montreal;  F. Smif:, Toronto: J.>-"*C.. Gordon, Sii-  \erton;-A. Muir. Three Forks; H. R.  Miller, Srokane; J. B. Turney,-Pittsburg; J. l����ckso*n, Butte: William Hunter, Silverton; John McKane, Rossland;  C. H. Hutchiris,' Toronto; A C. Gordon and wife,, Montreal; C. S. V.;  Branch, Vancouver.  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Hand   Shaft  Pumps,  Pipe and  Fittings Steam   Packing,   Leather  Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  Blowers,   Exhausters,  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.  and  - Old-Age -Pensions.  The proposed' law foi- ��>m-age pensions  meets.with much opposition in France,  on the ground that the age at,wliich tlie '  pension falls due���sixty-five���Is far beyond the average life of the French  workman.. , Many, labor organizations  have protested* and all ov the same  ground, that their members have no  mind to lay *by from their wages money  by which they personally are little likely  vto profit. It is-the argument that an  Iiish nurse recently used to her invalid  master, a retired banker well known'in  town. As .various infirmities had more  or less restricted his freedom^ he had  given up his clubs one by one, retaining  at length his membership in one, the  most expensive.'icThis, too, he thought  of discontinuing.' His nurse approved.  ".'Tis right ye are/sor!   Ye're payin'-to.  have  the  flag  at  naif-mast  whin  ye'ro dead and gone, sor; and, sure; ye'll  not be there to see it." ��� '  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  No. 4s K. IV. C. Block,  NBLSON, B. O.  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the Exchange.  Pree-MllHnar Gold Properties wanted at once for Eastern Investors.  Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send samples of their ore to the  Exchange for exhibition.   We desire to hear from all  .aims in British Columbia.  , prospeotors who have prona_slng mineral   :  Prospectors and mining mon are requested to make the Exchange their headquarters when  Nolson.  ' All samples should be sent by express, Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited.  Address all communications to ���  Telephone 104 ANDREW F.  ROSENBERGER,  P. O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C.  GOING OUT OF BUSINESS  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AMP CIGARS.  NELSON, BEITISH COLUMBIA.  A COMPLETE LlfJE OF CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  AGENTS NORTHBY PUMPS.  O.  Box 198. THIRD  STOCK CARRIED.  AVENUE.  ROSSLAND.  MM TEA  J. A. MM ICO.  The best in the market, ln 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 16__.  5 (le a Pound  S. H. Boh'anan.-v/ho for several years  carried on.a ranching business a short  distance from Quesnolle, is in Nelson on  a holiday trip. Mr. Bohanan has "been  in Cariboo since _S73 and has seen a  great deal of the ups and downs of the  great placer mining district. It is a  district in which all the surface dig  gings have been worked out and- jusi  at present there are a large number of  companies at work in ihe attempt to  demonstrate the theory that there are  deep diggings which will pay a*, well  as the surface diggings which have been  worked out. This theory has not been  demoii-.trf.ted as yet. and when it is the  effect v/ill be marked. There sre at present from af.0 to 300 men who make  their living In the working over of old  ground in the Cariboo di&trict, but they  cannot be expected to make any stir. It  is up to the large companies. If they are  successful there will be a revival in  Cariboo and if they fall the old district  will dro:> out of sight until some new  theory is started for the recovery of the  gold -which is supposed to exist in the  benches -?lc.ng the creeks which have  becomo famous in provincial history.  In speakitg of the new strike which  has boen reported from Cariboo within  the past few weeks Mr. Bohanan said  he was well acquainted with a. number  of tho men interested In tho new find  and from guch information as he had  received ho was of the opinion th.it  they had Ht upon a section of the district which was virgin in lhat no miners had ever been into it. The new district is several mils up the Horse Fly  river and it would not come as a very  great su: prise to the people of Cariboo  if it should be found that the discoverers had hit upon a section of the country as rich as any which has made the  name of Cariboo familiar over an entire continent.  Troops Want Their Pay.v ��� -  CONSTANTINOPLE, October. 31���A  mutinous demonstration was made in  front of the admiralty offices Tuesday  by 600' officers and non-cemmissioned  Bashil Bazouks which caused dismay  among the occupants of the Yilliz palace. The pay of those taking part in the  demonstration is several,months in arrears and only a promise of prompt settlement prevented the carrying out- of  threats of further action The pay of all  the troops, with the exception of the  marines, is similarly in arrears, but the  marines are paid with fair regularity  because they furnish the guard weekly  at-the-Selamik_and���discontent-among-  them might result in serious consequences to Abdul Hamid. ���    ,  Sainer Seattle) Beer in pints and quarts.    Dogs Head Ale and Stout in  .   ' ���' pints and quarts.   Kola'Wine, th'e best Temperance drink.  . Our Special Canadian Eye in 5s and 6s.  "DawsVn's Perfection Scotch "Whiskey,       Granada pure Havana Oigars.  ." - Uuion Oigars, a full range in prices. .Cards and Poker Chips.  Agents Brunswick-Balke CollencJer Billiard  * Tables and; Supplies:;  .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  A. FERLAND  THE HOME  /     Ot  the * Oyster * during the  t  rest of ,the season will be at  QBQPER8 AfH>. f&QiYlSWN PEALER3, Houston Block, Bafcgr Strat.  Nelson Mining Division Records.  Certificates of work were issued to  tho Canadian Pacific Exploration Company pn the Agassiz and Alhambra;  Charles Monroe, on the British; and to  H. L. A. Keller on the, Vermont.  One bill of sale was recorded in which  Sa.mued" Grouley transferrred to D.  Burns tho -whole of the Rex mineral  claim on Wild Horse creek.  America Will Furnish Supplies.  NEW YORK, October 31.���According  to the World a conduit and cable company of this city will furnish* the cables  required for an extension of the Glasgow  corporation tramways. The ��� contraet  twill amount to nearly $250,000. The  cables will bo manufactured at Hastings;  on-the-Hudson. The British Westing-  house Electrical & Manufacturing Company, Limited, has also closed contracts  with American, machinery manufacturers for equipment of extensive works  now under construction at Manchester.  Their contracts aggregate nearly $300,-  000.  FreparinR a Reception.  NEW YORK, October 13.���Americans  are preparing a reception for Miss Stone  upon her release, says a Sofia, Bulgaria,  correspondent of the Journal and Advertiser. It is believed that Miss Stone  will be able to be present at.Philippop-  olis on November 8th at the dedication  of a new church there. After that' she  will doubtless go to the Uuited State3  to see her relatives.  THE PALM  These    well-known    Oyster  '���* and Lunch Parlors will be  re-opened on-Moaday.   The  service will be the best in  jP************************^  tb  Li  the city.  H  WARD STREET   -   K. W. G. BLOCK.  IF BROWN SOLD IT IT'S COOP.  Watch Cases  Earl Russell Remarried.  LONDON,   October   31.��� Earl   Russell  and Mrs. Somerville were married at the  registry office in London this morning.  The business men's lunch at the Imperial Cafe, from 12 to 2, is the best in  the city. Price 25 cents.  The Imperial Cafe Is open day and  night as a short order restaurant. It offers the best service in the city.  THEO MADSON  MANOPACTURBR OP.  TENTS AND AWNINGS  P.O.Box 76  2__SXiSON��� B.C.  fax  ���*���**���������" i-ii-nn-m__n�����������--------  We have a large variety  of gold-filled watch cases,  made by the-largest and  most reliable manufacturers, in perfectly plain engine  turned or engraved styles.  Note the prices:  $9.00  6.00  Mr  Ml  tb  Ml  Ml  Mi  tb  Mi  Mi  ib  Mi  ���ib  Mi  Mi  tb  tb  Mi  Mi  Mi  .Mr  Mi  Mi  Mr  Mi  ib '  Mr  Mi  tb  Mi  tb  Mr  tb  Mr  tb  Mi  Mr  Mi  Mi-  Mi  Mi  tb  FOR STYLE,  FINISH AND  PRICES IN  MILLINERY,  ETC., .CALL  ON MRS. 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MANHATTAN-  14k 25-year guarantee,  10k 20-year "  BROWN BROS  Opticians and Jewelers.  BAKKR STREET NBLSON  IF BROWN SAID SO ITS RI|GHT  IH. H. PLAYFORD & 60.  MADDEN   BLOCK  INELSON.  Mr  Mi  Mi  ib  Mi  Mr-  It  <n  | TOBACCO   AND   CIGAR J  * MERCHANTS.              $  ft m  ft ft  rn   i��  $ P. O. Box 637. Telephone 117. $  % ������'������- #  *<!.**.*.**.*:*****.*.**-*-**P***'��<1'  REAL ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE BROKERS  Agents for Trout Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) Falrvlew Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J. Taylor safes.  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's time without interest.  Ward Bros.  333 West Baker Street, Nelson.  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON BTREETS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT   THE  AT   THE  Manhattan;  manhattan.  The   Manhattan  JOSEPHINE STREET  ALL THE BEST BRANDS  LIQUOR8  AND  CIGARS.  ASHNOLA TOWNSITE.  IA1  Lots can now b'e bought  Ashnola at from $50.to $225  each. For terms and full particulars apply to  REGINALD J. STEEL  Phone 278.  Official Broker,  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-l White Pine Lumber Always in  Stocl^.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  HI II DADE DO  fi1lit-91-),<* for wr,lP   prompt attention.  ULU ����S^_?ISJPortoRicoLumber0o.Ltd.  IMPEBIAL BBBWHJ6 COMPAK  EMERSON & REISTERER.  BREWERS OF THE BEST  LAGER BEER  STEAM BEER  AND PORTER  When you want the Best, ask for*  IMPERIAL BEER.  rTreisterer & CO.  najtW-UlS ANT) BOTJ_G)_R8 OF. .*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular delivery to tbe trade,'-  BHE-WI-RX AT NSXU-OI{

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