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 ^���pr  kH  o  ESTABLISHED  1892  ; ^  SATURDAY ^MOENING,  NOVEMBER  2,   1901  ~$-. to.* _.V  ->"*-*--i'   .^11  . -���; w-M-* P  <V <r/*��*_  .-   V   >B**j  .     ' -%  BOYAL WELCOME  TO  DUKE  AND   DUCHESS  OF CORNWALL.  . ���*���  CEREMONIES A TRIBUTE TO THE  LOYALTY AND HOSPITALITY  - OF THE COLONIES.  V  fc*  PORTSMOUTH,   England,   November  1.-���Todaj's naval pageant in nonor of  the duke and duchess of Cornwall and  "foik was almost a reproduction of die  l"i  ceremonial   attending   their   depaituie.  jl The town and harbor were astir early,  ���<   immense  crowds  assembled   along  Uie  j sea* front and rounds of cheer? mingled  I with tho national anthem and salutes  } from tl.e harbor pbips and land batter-  ,  ies as the royal yacht Victoria and Al-  ***.  bort   started   to   meet   the   Ophir.   On  ) boaul the royal yac'it tno king in tho  j   undress  uniform  of an  admiral  stool  t  on the after bridge at the salute, "while  rLthe queen and the children of the duke  ' and duchess pai tided the hurricane deei_.  \\   Tho  loads  presented  a  striking Specif  tacle of a throng cf warships dressed  .?  from  stem  to stern,  with .their  yards  manned and their sides lined w*th their  crews.  Nelson's  old flagship,  the Victory, staited the salute to their maies-  ties and each ship in turn took it up .ts  the  Victoria and  Aibeit  moved down  tho Solent accompanied by a flotilla of  older naval  yachts   The  Victoria  and  Albert   ana   the   Ophir   met   and .exchanged Mgnal.s of greeting As tho Victoria  and  Albeit,   the, Ophir  and  two  ironclads, steaming in file ono after the  ether,   passed   down  the   line-*-   ol   the  fleet, guns,' bands and checs united .n  tho welcome to the royal,travelers.  As the Victoria and Albeit neared tho  harboi the tioop. ashore presented  aims and the garrison battery fned a  final salute. 'The*-* bands everywhere  struck up "God Save the King,"-, and  thousands of blue jaer.ets on boaul tho  ships in the hmboi lepeat.dly cheeiod  the royal party. The demonstrations  -\\er< renewed .as the Ophir entered, 'iei  band playing" ' Home,** Swe^t Home "  The duke and duchess of-.Cornv.alI and  York cccupied a conspicuous pobition  oi the uiiper deck of the yacht, bowing  in i espouse to tho demoustratioiib of  the thousands of people lining tne hai-  bor . * '  Immediately after the Victoria and  Albert and the Ophir were mocked at the  jetty the duke and the'duchess joined  theii maiesties on the former" yacht  The children of the duke and duchess  met the lattei at the gangway with joyful exuberance and they - entered thb  f,alon of the vaclit. where the king and  queer greted them affectionately.  NEYV YORK, Novemler 1���Common-Ling on the arrangements in connection  with the ai rival of the duke and duch  ess of Cornwall and Yoik,' the London  correspondent of the Times says The  arrival ot the Ophir and the departure  of the king and queen foi Portsmouth  wero the opening scenes of an imperial  Junction designed as a _tateiy tribute,  of respect to the colonies The loyalty  of the colonies, demonstiated m Aus-  tialia, South Africa and Canada by their  unexampled Deception of ihe heir to the  throne, has imposed an obligation in  ihe mother country to welcome him  on his return with unieue honors.  Tho Pacific Northern Railway Company will apply to amend its act of iu-  corpa ation by giving tho company  power io build n branch line from a  point near Harselton. on the main line,  by tho most fea&iblo route, following  the gereral direction of Bull-ley river  to a point at or near its junction with  the Teluar river in Cassiar district and  to increase the bonding rower of the  company.  Stone Case Again Serious.  CONSTANTINOPLE, November i.���  The case of Miss Stone has again become seiious. The brigands, it appears,  are still holding "out for the ��25,001.  ransom md it is feared that.should  they persist in their demands Miss  Stone will have to he sacrificed. Nevertheless the negotiations are still pro-/  coeding. Anxutv pievails at the United  States legation this evening.. whence  theie has been an active exchange of  telegiams between secretary" Eddy and  ���various points Mr Eddy today had a  long confeience with sir Nicholas R.  O'Connor, the Bntish ambassador here,  who is actively assisting m the efforts  io bnng about Mis-s Stone's lelease     .  BOUNDARY  MINING   NEWS  An Unknown Diplomatist.  \ MADRID, November 1.���The name of  Sackville is figuring in stiange investigations vhie-h aie occupying the atten-  <-,      tion of the eomts heie. A local lawyei  y        has applied to the com tb to rcccgnize the  legitimacy ot a client who claims to bo  a son of a certain lord Sickville, seere-  '       taiy of legation at Afadud about the  >,      3 oar 1S53. The claimant clairm that lhe  diplomat mained a well known Span-  \:      ish dancer,   Peppita   Duran.   and   had  A      three daughters and' a son by. the" mar-  fr       riage,   but  the  marriage  register-was  )���' ;   subsequently, tampered   with   and   the.  p      name; of. peppita Duran's dancing mas-  IV ter,. Antonio .de la Olivia, was substi-  Ty luted for the original entry. The .exam-.  ;.' ining 'magistrate - appointed * experts to  {-, examine ���the register;.and the.-'experts  $;���:; iave'confirmed the.statement that the  .-.?:". : original naine; of^ the husband; whatever  ji it had been, was ^scratched 'out and the  ���J.*,..-*"!iriame of''Olivia.;had been;fiubstituted. ;;  V ���;     LONDON, N('\eniberl.���In connection  '*   '; -with the ^Madrid dispatch' -referring.:; tb *  li ,-. .lord .Sackville-.it'-is pointed.out ithat:thb  ('"''"-' present lord' Sackville; theformer .min-  ���;.'' : jster: of Great Britain - at -Washington,  l> although he was In the .diplomatic ser  "'���'��� vice prior to i!<53, ..^is. not attached; tc  V '.'.. tbe : British legation at' Madrid until  eleven years after that date. Moreover,  he did cot succeed-: to the title until  ���: 1888.      ������ x)xx}'-. .. ��� ������:���   -y ���..._     ������ -.;/  ���   .'    ��� ���- ��� ��� , , r- '%- *     - ���;    ���',.;���'  Proposed Railroad Legislation.     ;  ... VICTORIA, Noveniber 1 .--Application  will be aiade to the legislative assembly  at-its'next Session for an act to incor-  vporate a company'-to  build a railway  :from orr.ear Hazelton to a point on the  northern boundary of the .provinco at  : er near Teslin- lake or Atlin lake, or  ���botti. forming part of au all- Canadian  route to the Yukon, and also from Haz,-  ��� ulton t& a. point at or near the eastern  boundary of -the .province via the Skeena, ' Babl|ieA  Driftwood,   Ou_inoca   and  ^Finlay rivers to the. Peace river Pasa.  I  I  I  r  te-  I-  Good Results Obtained.v ->  "  GREENWOOD, November 1.���[.Special  to The Ti ibune]���The results of .the  prospecting work that has been in prcn  gress on the Ruby mineral claim', near  Greenwood, during the last two months  havo fully icalized the expectations of  P. W. Hayes, of Detroit, Michigan, and  Ins associates, who m August bonded  tbis claim and the adjoining Ruby Fraction, 95, Horseshoe, and Sylvamte.  Practically sall this work has, been* done  en the surface, chiefly with the,object(of  determining the strike and extent of the  oie bodies The location of the lime  contact and its strike and the nature of  tho lock., (limes and adjacent eruptives),  in contact, have been fanly well defined  by this work.. Sufficient mfoimation  has now been obtained to admit of the  formation of a plan of tnorough underground prospecting, which is now oeing  entered upon, the intention, being to  carry it on through the -winter 'months.^  Nc special eftort has been made to take'  out ore dunng 'this prospecting work,  but about' 200 tons of shipping ore have  been tai en fi om the surface workings.  This oie runs from 5'to 22!per cent cop-^  pei, the richest of it ^having been'found  in and near the lime contact, while 1he  lower gradetore occurs.in .Lh^ejidjacent  so-called diorite. "*^-  Future develppment work, as planned,  ���will consist mairly of driving two tunnels parallel to ther lime contact, with  ciosscuts at such intervals as may be  necessary to leach the oro shoots that  have been opened on the svrface, and to  define the limits of the contact on both*  s',des of the lime belt, which is not mora  than 300 feet wide. The lower tunnel  will be started at a point about 400 feet  from the northwest corner of the Ruby.  The upper tunnel, which' is already in  about 70 feel, starts about 100 feot  higher up measuring along the slope of  the hill. There will be a vertical depth  of about 100 feet between the tunnels ,  Machine 'dull? have been provided and-  the work' will be pushed as fast as possible. Wayne Choate, M E, of Detroit,  has during the last eight or ten days  made a veiy exhaustive examination of  the prope'i ty, so far as he has been able  to under the circumstances. His advice  _tl.at_.a_yigorous_policy _of_development_  be pur.uec is being acted upon, so that  the wirters work should prove whether  or not the Ruby will give reasonable  promise of developing into a profitable  mine. Theie is one particularly encour  aging feature in connection with the  property, viz., that the higher grade ore  so far met w.th is. about the richest  gold-copper oie yet found in quantity  in the Boundary district.    '  Not Extravagant Contributors.  NEW "VORK, November 1���In a repoit of a meeting of dnectors of the  Unitel Irish Land League, the Dublin  correspondent of the London Times and  N"cw Yoik Tunes rr takes significant revelations regarding the financial test  of the rt-'Htical enthusiasm of Ireland.  Judged by this test the league has failed  in many of-the most important districts,  says the correspondent. Killarney Ci ty,.  which is represented in parliament by  Patrick O'Brien, contributed,30 shillings  to the parliament fund. Went Donegal's;  total subscription was 2 guir-eas. North  Wexford gave ��1. and Cork City,;.:;Wil-:*  liam''-0*'Brieii^S;cpnsti|uency^dS2.-  ������ '.'  ' Proposed Kodak Trust. ,  NEW YORK, November 1:���-A. proposal for the amalgamation cf the Kodak  Limited-with a-'numberpf. other; well-,  known kindred undertakings;*:, in png-  larid and ��� America: ._3-under' .considera:  tion of the. directors, says the London  correspondent of: <' the'" .Tribune.; ���' :Two -  third's of the Kodak shares are already  held iri America, and���'-.- if the scheme is  carried out the American corporation  will acquire a business with a capital  of over;$30,000,000.  Kruser: Called On for Advice.  'AMSTERDAM, November 1. ��� The  Boer delegation here summoned Messrs.  Leyds and Boschoten by'telegraph yesterday from , Brussels to consider dispatches received from the Boer leaders  in tho * field' saying: that the ������-fighting  burgher's* were'* determined' to make re-  prisals if the British continued hanging and shooting rebels, and ethers to  the' ell'ect .that Boer, authorities in South  Africa aflirm: the adoption -of reprisals  would*-*be bad policy and that,- in-order  to strengthen their poflitiOQ they re  quest Mr. Kruger to let them kaow  his opinion, as he stiH has the greatest  hold on the minds ot the burghers. The  meeting lasted four hours and it was decided to advise Mr. Kruger to comply  with the. request of the Boer authorities and take" the opportunity of bringing the subject of British executions m  South Africa betore the European public In ar open letter. Dr. Leyds has gorfd  to Hilversum to present the matter to"  Mr. Kruger.   The Deadly* Bubonic Plague. -,. .���  GLASGOW, November ' 1. ��� Aflo'ther  case of bubonic plague rhas been certified to liere/ Large numbers of people  who have been in contact with plague  cases or suspect's have been isolated.  Tho foreign consuls today are refusing  to grant clean bills of health.  ST. PETERSBURG, November 1.���  Ships leaving or entering the port of  Batoum on the Black sea. have been or-  deied to be closed and inspected, owing  to a death from-the plague having occurred m the town.  GLASGOW* November l.-No additional cases of plague had Leen officially reported up to a f late hour tonight.  Two hundred^ employees of the Central  station 'hotef are c-onfined to the' hotel  precincts,for observation. ...  LONDON, November 1.���The three  cases of bubonic plague<now ir the hospital here'are doing well,' and no fiesn  cases have been officially reported.  James Boyle, United Stater, consul, conferred,, tcdayvwith representatives of  American lines regarding ^precautions,!  particularly in connection with imnn"-v  grants. He has also-asked the railroad  companies to have immigrant cars disinfected. '  *. - Canadian .Pacific Land, Sales. , V'j  WINNIPEG, November 1.���Canadian  Pacific land department ^ales for the  n onth of October were 150,570.^6 acres  for ?4b'5,655 G2.   For thi? previous"nionth^  the sales were (50,060.66 acres-for ?107,-  037.6J.   For the month of October, 1900,,  the sales aggregated 18,858 89 acres forj  ?62,749,r>4.   Up to the present date thel  sales for 1901 amounts to 546,848.42 acres|  tor ��1,324,062 41._   This is   an* increase  over thevsame period] for''the previous]  yeai, the sales   for   the   corresponding!  months being 382,189 18 acres for $1 224,-]  ]59.62.   With regard to the question off  increase in the price of Canadian Pacific!  railway   lands    commissioner     Grifiin?  states that there has been ho change of]  policy en the part of the company., As;  thes^d-- maud increases in particular localities the pi ices are advanced in accord-j  anco withfValue. Anv other course would'  simply1 mean thatTthe best/lands would?  fall into the hand's of speculators,' who;  would expect to sell "for a >figure in ex-^  cess of the increased price charged by  tho ra.lway company.   The'policy of the.  company in  administering their lands  has always-been to deal liberally <. with  the settle is and as far as possible to dis-  ceurage speculation. >  J previous Records. :  ''- tx  f?v -������ rz   cr    .��� -  TOTAL' SHIPMENTS FOR MONTH  /OF OCTOBER AGGREGATE $250^- **=  Dangerous Anti-Toxine.  ST. L01T1S, November 1.���The list of"  cases' attributed to lockjaw as a result'  of the administration of! diphtheria.,  ^atti-toxine manufactured vby thej citv  chemist now number 11, F���>two more  death 3" being repoited today. Eleven  other children are'reported "as being in|  the hospital depaitment as suftcring  fiom lockjaw, with a &light chancev<,or  recovery ' In each case it isv said to bo  pbironing from the city's' diphtheria  anti-toxine. '  Princess Must Go to Jail.  MYER SO LAB&E  SLOCAN MINES BREAKING  a  000- IN. VALUE.  .  SANDON, November 1.���[Special,-to  The Tribune.]���The .Payne has" commenced work on the foundation for'the  new mill. ' ���>  -���> Three inches of snow or. the streets  _  of Sandon today.  Ore shipments for^ October over1'the  C.-.P. R. were: ^Slocan. Star 294 tons,  Minnesota .Silver Company 120 tons,  Payrie'eB't'ons^Reco 30*tons. Total 509  tons. This with the shipments via^the  Kaslo & Sloean makes a total of 2434  tons shipped from the Slocan mines, for  the month of October. To this phbuld  be added the shipments5fiom-thymines  onri5Jocaii lake,'in the'Slocan City'mining aivieion It is safe to place the total'shipments at* 3300"t6ns, ofthe value  of $250,000. This is the largest outplt  ever made by Slocan mines during the  month1 of^. October, in any year since the  "mines -.weretdiscovered.  LE ROI OFFICE MEN NOTIFIED  --"ISA'-fr1-."!.   ���*  The Sweep Is a Clean One.  *.>  * -ROSSLANDrNovember 1.���[Special to  The Tribune. JT-The ofiice staff at Le ftoi  headquarters received-notice today that  on^'and after (December 1st next their  services   would ,not -,be  required, /rhe  sweep is. a,cleani one, and,it is under-,  stood'to include assistant manager Wil  ham Thempspn. ' There are many ru-;  mors as'to tlie new appointees, but'the;  list-is not sufficiently definite to give out'  as sr,et., 1,  1  , ���" "     yy - > :  JtD. J. ^Macdonald has commenced pre-!  r.tratory woik on   the   Giant   on, Red  ���Mountain,1 and a force bf men will be en-;  gagedf upon Jthe,'eld workings before  jlong.j^The new.companv recently floated,  bj _,bX-goA'ernor Mackintosh- in -London!  will develop'the property *- this winter.  Mvckers will receive the^standard wage,  $3 per day. _j ,1    .', ,    , , --  FIRST SHIPMENT GOES HIGH  ~ CAPE TOWN, November 1 -rThe affidavits of Cecil Rhodes repudiating J bills  ���aggiegating ��23 000 drawn in favoi of(  the princess Radziwill, -of the, German  branch ot the Radziwill family, and purporting to have been signed by Mr.  Rhodes have arrived here. The Supreme  court has >&sued a writ of imprisonment  against the princess on account, of, a  minor aebt for ��113.  f,  LARDO & TROUT LAKE R. R.  Will Be Rushed to a Finish. r   ,  "    .      < / f ���>*  Mayor Carleson of Kaslo, who along  with Porter Bi others have the contract  for grading the Lardo & Trout Lake  branch, of the-C.P. R., was in Nelson  yesterday. Asked how the work'was  progressing, he said: . 'V; Z'Z .   Vii-:  "',.- We have 400 men at work on the last  five-mils stretch of the grade, and,;-e\-j  pect to get It completed by the-middle]  of Decefober.   Of course; we. would em-j  ploy more men if we could''gel-'them.  Thetrack is laid close-up to the second;  crossing of Lardo river, and by the iOthi  ���it should be: completed  to, that  point,  vWhich will bring tho  end >of ;track'15  vmiles frc-m Selkirk,'or the>low'er encl of  Trout lake.   There is plenty of steel: on J  hand   and   arriving, rso. there; is: not:  You can-*-state* there'is* ho truth in the;  :.-';You car. state there is.no truth in tlie-  reportTthat we are pulling off our men;  with the intention   of   completing   the'  ���work next  spring.   The work  will   be  ^completed this fall, as far as we.are,coii-;  cerned.'r. ���-.'���      ���.'���.*''*"!.    .**'''.: -.;' VVr*..'; -.V,  "Casey at the J3at";Dead; 'Vi  PLKASANTON, California, November  1.���John Patrick Parnell Cahill, a former, baseball player, familiarly kno.y;ii  as J-"Wbitewings" and , the ' original  "Casey" of ."Casey at the bat," is dead.  Sultan Is Poor Pay. :  ��� . PARIS, November 1.���A.-*: dispatch^tp  i.he Temps from Constantinople, says':  Thirty officers of the navy recently  mutinied on account of! arrears, of pay  and proceeded to the palace to make a  demoiisti-aliou. The sultan then sent an  aide-de-campr-with an installment of  money duo them and the officers -,.d-3-  eiBted. ���,.;'������;���'���������    ��� i"7 i'-.i*.i' > >  '���;  Averaged Nearly $200, a Ton! v  KASLO, November 1. ��� [Special to  The Tribune ]���The owners of the Silvei,  Glance gioup at Bear Lake received the  returns today fiom a 5 1-2-ton tual  shipment to the Trail smelter amounting  to $1230. The shipment 'consisted of  four sacks, of ore from which 4168 ounces  r'er ton of silver were taken and 129  sacks which produced 310 ounces per  ton. This property is owned by McPhail  Brothers/B Erickson/and D*\ Rogers  of-Kaslo, and-Dr.-Arthur of-Nelson���The  lead which averages 18 inches vo. width  has Leen traced on the'surface by means  of open cuts for a distance of 400 feet; ��i  depth of 4S feet has been gained on the  lead, but a tunnel, which is now in 50  feet, is r ow being run which will tap the  lead al a much greater depth. Picked  samples of the oie taken out give the  enormous leturns of 14,330 ounces silver.  Woik will be continued on the piopeity  through the winter.       .  Another property which .is attiacting  considfiable attention is the Baltimore  group, located about 10 miles up Wood-  berry cieek and owned by William  English and Thomas Doyle. This was  located on September 10th last and has  only 30 feet of work done and has only  a depth of 20 feet on the lead, but in doing the work the owners have taken out  half a car of ore which gives very high  values'ih silver. The ore is gray copper  and st-.lphates of silver:', Shipments from  the property will.be. commenced, as soon  a3 rawhiding can be done.' The owners  intend working! the property steadily.  Vancouver tocal, News,. -  '.'���', .VANCO'UVER, November,, 1.4. [Special  !to. The Tribune.]���A: jmeeting.of Van-'  eouver lawyers -this, mornings decided, to  ���bring .119 supreme, court^cases   before  judge Henderson,, it .being 'the general  .opinion that the latter-'has no jurisdiction." ���'.���''''..':���'.'.:'"     'zr'77'xiiz': -, -.-  '"One hundred , men .���.working in', the  ChemairiUs mill camps' on Vancouver, Island have gone on strike' because of deer ease in'wages. ������Zzz:" 'Vi .'���'.;  : The City of Seattle arrived this afternoon from Skagway with ;two''*hundred  passengers. River still' open and, steam-  ers rurining.      .*'''''"'.'' ���'",'*'''''. ,.-���';*   ' '   :  Greenwood Local News.  GREENWOOD, November; i.^-[S.*)ecial  to. The ' Tribune.]���F.-!J.; Fi'nucane and  Harry Johns met with an accident today. They were driving from' Greenwood towards Boundary Falls when the  buggy struck a tree, close to. the road.  Both Avere thrown out In'the mud. Johns  was shaken up and scratched .and the  buggy,.-. damaged, otherwise no harm  was done. ;.  ���'��� J.- L. White, a druggist; formerly bf  Slocan City but now of Greenwood, has  returned from a trip ^through Ontario,  ipnd Quebec. He was accompanied by  Mrs. White.  ,t R. W. Brock, of the'Dominion geological survey, intends leaving for Ottawa  tomorrow. Since disbanding his'survey  party last month he has been examining the principal mines in the Boundary  district. -.   *   ��        - ���  W. T. Hunter, manager of the local  branch of the Munter-Kendfick Company, if. reported to be fully recovered  from the seiious illness which necessitated his leaving the district some time  .ago for a change to'the"-prairies.u^e  is how'at his'formerJ,hiomeKin*Fargo,  North Dakota. Ho is expected to return  to Greenwood during the current month.  - ^     >   ^ ��� (  . Small rPire at Northport.  NORTHPORT,1 Washington, November  i>4[Special tb The Tribune.]���The second story ceiling of, a cottage. on't Silver,  Crown avenue occupied by Charles Lum-  gt'en "caught fire from a defective chimney at half past twelve o'clock<this afternoon. Thei department .-��� ''responded  promptly and the blaze was extinguished  before much, damage had, been' done.  ������P! G'r Murphy owned the building on  which"1 the loss is estimated at $150 and  Vhicb. was insured for $300. Mr.JLum7  gren carried $1000 insurance on his fur7,  ,niture" which probably was damaged to  about $300, mr-st_y from water.1   '  >. ,'ii,        1      ;���: .       .1,!    '  ^iyi 7-   Canadian knocked. Out. v' *��� /-���  '���"���     BA-LTiMORE/'November   1���YouniJ  -Peter Jackson knocked out Harry Pep-  'Befs of Canada with a mow 6nfthe'solar'  plexus ir. the  fourth iound_ of-^a 20  -round'bout at ithe Eureka Athletic Club  tonight. The fight was all .in /Jackson's |  .favor.' ,     .    "   , ,  V ]  ''"\ '  , r tf  *''-- ' 1 An Insane Dutchman;. ^��J .. f-  -"LONDON, November11.���A dispatch to1  the News Agency from Portsmouth says  a'mad'Dutchman has been'-orrested for,  "trying to enter a'Portsmouth"dockyard (  saying, he'tad come from Canada^to m-!  ?dueo/the lung to stop the wai"'in^South 1  Ainca. a     ��� ? . , 1  :<f-.EcLuippedvWith New Helmets.    / !  '^'The'new  smoke helmet'ordered for,  the Nelson'fire department'has'arrived..  "It is the latest'invention-jof its kind!  and.- Nelson 'is the fiist city'inHhV pro-'  ,vince'_to equip its 'deparlmerit'-with it.'  Jt* consists of a'well formed head cov ,  iering- construtted'of *a f.pecialvHasnestosJ  taunedv; leather,    lendenng^ -.it .1 proof  against fire, steam, heat, boiling watorj  ���and  all'fluids.  The helmet sets  down  close oyer the shoulders., and is held by  two straps! under the arms., The wearer  is supplied with air from a scientifically  'copetructed i^melal.-1 escrvoir ^located .ati,  the .back of1 the helmet, with "a capacity*  of "100 pounds pressme of compressed'  sir,' always rendered pure by a certain  material used"'for the purpose. The am  ount of air m store cau always teen seen;  upon the. gauge, attached to the reservoir, which is easily charged by a special air pump'-m less than IS.  seconds,'  and' retains the same prcssuie of pure  air for months; it is always ready foi  service A le*ver operated on top of thr  1 cervoir - forces   the   au*  through   tbe  supply tubes 'to Si point inside directly  in frrnt'of'lhe mouth and ncstnls, and  in sufficient*1 quantity to render the wearer perfectly jcomfoi table for one hour(  or longer. The fresh air being constantly  forced   into   the  inside,   creates  en  outwardrpressure, and the foul air escapes through tlie neck gear and around  the bottom of the helmet The two look-  cuts are constructed of cleai mica, and  protected  by��� cioss wire-. Tlie_snle_cjr.  ear plates aie 1 constructed with a special diaphram, so as Ic render the  hearing periectly distirct The Vajen-  Bader helmet furnishes full protection  for the head from -tailing debus, is  graceful ,in appearance, and tasily nd  justed. Jt weighs five pound-, offering  safety 'from' the 'evil results of smoke,  gases and1 chemic. Is.  weeks before a verdict'is reached. Today's , witnesses' "Were Sylvester ScovolJ  a,former newspaper correspondent, who  saw service in the Cuban (ftimpaign;  lievtenant Hood, who commanded thu  Hawk during the Spanish war, and ilso  a number of officers who were heard  yesterday and who returned J-, to . the  stand to correct testimony. The court  held ,only, one session -and adjourned  over until Monday. The attendance at  court today was the smallest since the  session began.  DAILY EDITION **\���  1    '    S,   %      '��       ��y     *..  ���oft  BBITISHDIMSTE1  V    **        -r     ,        ..-A-       '      '  *-VM  *,; ���?._?���;  rr%  ***  ���f^J  M  v  ���* Carnegie's University Appointment.  . LONDON, November* 1.���Andrew Carnegie today was formally nominated for  the lord lectorship of St Andrew's University. ..There wero no other nomma-  tions^ Mr. Carnegie's election will be  declared ,by the vice-chancellor Novenf-  ber 8th.  if V *f \       -.*  s    .   <yy  Prince Ha to Bepresent China.  .    u 1 .  t LONDON, Noveniber * 1.���Prince-Hu,  according to the Shanghai correspondent  'of the Standard, has been appointed to  represent China at the .coronation of  king Edward VII.    v     -*' /  THE DOMINION OF,CANADA  APPROACHING THE  FINISH  Of the Schley Investigation.  WASHINGTON, D. C, November 1.-  Tho hands of the elongated antique time  piece which stands against tho wall occupied by the Schley court of inquiry  pointed to 12-45 o'clock today when  judge advocate: Lemley announced that  he had no more witnesses to call and  Mr. Raynor following nlm said that no  more witi.esses would be summoned on  behalf// of Sdhley.; in rebuttal. For >a  moment it looked as if the now famous  case-���.was about do. .reach a conclusion,  but this.conclusion was soon dissipated.  by the an'nciuiicenient on the part of  captain Lemley that he might ask'to  be '-allowed, to. bring in one, more vvit-  hess' on1 Monday and alsc a statemeut  from-.'Mr: Raynor that admiral Schley  would /desire himself to return to the  stand on -Monday to correct errors, in  bis'evidence as officially reported. There  is a probability that the acmiral will  consume considerable' time .in going  over the printed record of what he'said  and tfcere is also an understanding that  he, will,make some additions to his former statements. But it is not believed  that beyond what he may have to say  there will* be much more testimony in  the case. The only witness that the  judge advocate, has in', mind 5s lieutenr  ant. Strauss, and captain. Lemley said  today that if the lieutenant's attendance  could be secured*' he would detain -the  court, for a short lime only. Captain  Sigsbee will also return to the stand on  Monday to make corrections iu the testimony given yesterday by him. These  details .-completed argument of counsel  will begin and then counsel and public  will withdraw, and leave the court to  its deliberations. The task before the  court is not'.a light one and it may be  tt       " Happenings in Brief,".   v��, v  TORONTO, , November^ >1. ��� Ontario  poultry eartured'$1100 iniprizes at Buffalo against $1200 by Unitedt States ;ex-  hibitors. V,_    *f >J'S."'* wr *\* ^  MONTREAL, t   November    l' ���"The  /steamer, Tunisian with sir, Charles Tup  perron bosrd 'passed Rimouskl all ^well  this afternoon      -< < < '   <���;,  '  **" KINGSTON,  Ontario...November .1 --  Property  owners  of  FTCDtenacj today  voted'down the proposition to voto $20.-  000 to Queen's. University for improve-,  ments.    * ���*       '      ry    *   ~ t  .   k  'MONTREAL,    November 'Jl. ��� Five  thousand people attended "the^Natloiul  Club's pilgrimage to the tomb of the  lata premier Meicier today, the aniu-;  ���v ersary ^of his death. "  >. . r, Z  ,  LIKDSAV. . Ontario.' Novembei 1���}  Monsigsor Laurent, pastor of j3t Mai^'3.  Roman^Calholic church hereVand onebfv  Lindsay's bolrved citizens,';-is ^dead of,  br. nchitis, after .1 short illness     " ^~  PUGWASH,  Nova  Scotia1,  November,  1���In  a  row m the butcner  shop/of  Sandy McAulay this  morning. Charles  McAulay'was so badly cut that he bled,  to death before a doctor ai rived   John  McCarthy is^ under arrest A  ,   QUEBEC, ^November   1���,Ten   more"  cases of smallpox have, been" reportei  sirce yesterday   This makeb"? total of  at least^ forty or fifty cases in the city  -It iSwStated_.that all. schools jvull have  to bo closed fri a week or tvvS  WINLSOR Ontario. November l���T.  R Carr practicing hamster of Windsor for the past IS yeais, has become  blind ana an expert pecuhst fears ho  may never see again Glaucoma, a dis-'  ease caused a by pressure on the optic,  nerve, is re��pons'ble for his affliction i  "MONTREAL. November 1���The jury'  ir. tho Rice murder trial ^ brought in a  veidict al.4-15 this afternoon ���'finding  tho pn-oner guilty sof collusion in tho  murder,-of constable Boyd The judgor  gianted a review, which will be ordered  within two or three months        . ���  MONTREAL, November 1���Efforts to-  kill the vhale in Montreal harbor continues futile. This afternoon dynamite-  was resorted to, hut the efforts were unsuccessful. The animal is hovering  around and is apparently enjoying it&elf  _m_spite--of���the-fusillade-of-rifle-shots-  whlch is' sent everywhere it makes its  appearance: [Pen thousand people went  down to see it today.  RAT PORTAGE. Ontario, NovcmDer  1 ���Fire fatarted this morning in the  apartments of A. S -outhbeit m ths-  Scovil blcck and did $1^00 damage to the  stock of J. Warn-tr druggist and R. ���  Kershaw, men's furnishings, on thi  floor beneath The following insurance,  companies are interested in Warner's  stock: CJaerioniu $1200 London & Lancashire $1200. I-Ceishaw's stock, Ottawa  F'ro I1.SU1 ance Company $300, Dr. Sco-  vil's building, Sun $220. Cutnbeit's furniture, etc, London, Liverpool and  Globe $400 Damage to the building was  slight.           Turkey Is Aroused.  PARIS, November 1.���Tho sultan has  ordered the completion with all speed  of defenses at Salonica and tho entrance  to the Dardanelles, says the correspondent of Echo de Paris. Submarine mines  will.be placed and troops mobilized at  points where disembarkations are likely  to take place. A violene anti-French  feeling prevails and fears arc felt for tho  safety of. French residents in Turkey,  Constantinople excepted.  nine officers among^p  -   * :'Sy"  BOERS NUMBBEBD'-l^r'ANpiAT- &i^  \ TACKED TEhJOOLpimDvi*:^  ' tij ma'ATHIOKMIST/^^nl'/1'- C"J;  4. LONEON.^Nov ember. 2.4Lord 'fltcfcr- H*rm  ener ha/reported to thi*waf office a-di^'-'^&i  dated, Pretcria,i'"November 1st)? i^mttv-: - y^  just heard "of ra severe^attack.'made^-on / ^ ^  the reai guard vof,colonW**Benspn's.col-��y^f^^  umn when about 20 miles nprth'or Beth-* %    ^  el, near Brakanlaagte^ duringy;a:thicic   ' H$$r  mist   The sti ength^of the��� enemy is^e-^^ $��&  ported to, have been lOOO.^LThey rushed*^^��^  .two guns.withHhe ^ear^guard,,buttit'is4-||^^  uncertain whether,theyWere^able'to're- i^l^i  move them    I< fear'^ouiv'-casualities vara jfaft >$3  heavy    Colonel' Benson ^-B*as-iwounded,Vt 2& !^:  but-not sevnely.-' A', relievihg-column^ ��^S*fi  will  reachi him"Jthis-"tmoi_ning"%.Later,<"^h^f  lord Kitcliener telegraphs ^as .follows {  .0%%  "Colonel Barter,, who marched^from; the Jy^  constabulary. Hne^ yesterday,.�� reached  ***^Ta_  Benson's   column' ,earlyf*this' n.onung2  (Friday)  unopposed H, He. reporti^that   .     ^  colonel Benson diedJof. his^wouiias iTtCo^tSA  casuahties are, killed, coloneljGuInessA��-$��*,  major  F 'B" Murray, "captains iW. M/ ^^l  Lindsay, and FvT.<.ThoroldH>eutenants, j-*r,J  E "V fBrooke and fe' E"fSheppardfandt^V|  second lieutenantvAr-JfCorlett^DiedJof ^ ",%*-  of his woundsi*fcapitain^Erne?('Lloyd. _,*',\^j|  ->Lord Kitchener, then^gives^the^ names'-^i( ��*��  of lS^other officers who^wereQ-'ounded,   1 {*$*%  -most"of them severely^andj announces^ ^*^bm  "that 54 non-commissioned tofiicers   andl* W?^  men were killed, and ltfO?jWounded,Vad- ^/^rif  ding that four of theUatter jhave' since,!?WjJf  'died of their wounds*The"dispatch then-**! ���*3��b  says    ' I'assume that'the twc> guns havo   ^y^Si  been ^movered   and* the  enerny^has ��� i;gu%l  withdrawn but I have no further details     M, jTaf  I deeply regret'the loss of ^colonel Ben-*  �� M,  son and "the officers and --nien whojfellf * ^ .^f���  with him    In Benson the service loses. ? -T&n*  "a most gallant and capable officer,*^who       �� M  .nvaiiatly led^his cblumn\with*'marked f^.'g*  success and judgment   The fighting was   -^-^M  at very close quarters and maintained ^   "*V.  by both s>des. The enemy su**Tered heav-     t ���'  lly, but I have not yet'received a*relta-    "i5i  Lie estimate    The Boers ^retired 'east"'    '����  '    Colonel-Benson   had-been 'for'some     j,  time.oiieiating in the vicinity of Bethel, ^  which Ms northeast' of'Standerton/ ^Hq *  surprised a Boer laager October 22rd, *  near Trichardsfontein, takiug, 37 ' pns-    *��  ���oners.'   Three*days later, according to        ^3��  lord Kitchener's   report   at the' time.,.   \ M  after a long night march the. comman-     A  f#  does under Croblarl and Erasmis heavily   /\Jf|  attacked Benson's rear guard and flanks��    ^x^\  8 We      . - ,a��  Kitchener does not give the dato of^ tho ^^^��1  Bethel-epgagemenfc     t-=-^ *, "*-���* ',.    ���v-r'��^s  ���   Exploration Company Incorporated...  VICTORIA, November 1.���The Pacific  Exploration Company, which ir. being  organized for the purpose of fitting out  an,expedition to go in search of alleged  Cocos island treasure has been incorpor  ated under the laws of the province  and the stock is to bo placed on the  market. .This is the company whicli  has the instrument to locate gold and  silver by magnetism.  at - Yzirvarkfontein. .but 'were easily  driven away. Whether this was ihe attack which resulted so disastrously, or  whether the Boers who had been repulsed took advantage of the mist to'renew  the attack is still  unexplained.    Lord  Triple Tragedy in Louisiana. Y-.-^i,  SHREVEPORT, Louisiana, November -;< 0j$'  1.���The story of a triple tragedy has  reached here from Greenwood, Louisiana, fouiteen miles from Shreveport.  The parties implicated are all negroes.  Washington Rawlins entered the homo  of Victoria Anderson, a negro woman,  and found her in the cr.mpanyjot a negro named Williams Ho at once fired  at Victoiia. killinr her instantly. Tha^  weapon was then turned on Williams,"  who attempted to escape, but failed and  was fatally wounded. Rawlins rushed  to tho door, turned the weapon on himself and pulled the trigger, dying almost  instantly.   Lipton on American Methods.  LONDON, Novcmlvor 1.���Tho Daily,  Chronicle publishes this morning an interview with sir Thomas Lipton re-<  garding trade and commerce in the  United Styles. PIo c*.e..cribos both as in  a very highly ilouii.shing condition and  expresses the opinion that the Americans are sure to become still more formidable et mpetitors in the future, ow-  irg to their promptitude in executing  orders and their modern methods.  Ym  * 'Tl  1 *.*-  - Hw  -' ���*- -il  ���tr,  '.'ft  I      W-     .  y  Nemro Lynched in Georgia  JEB'EltrSON, Georgia, November 1.���-  A. negro who attempted to assault the  wife of representative Baugherty was  found hanging to a telegraph pole today  at Allentown. .He was surrounded in a  swamp last night by a posse and caught  and,lynched.   Killed in Railroad Wreck.  PHILADELPHIA, November 1.���Ic is  known that six people were killed and  thirteen ii-jured In a Pennsylvania railroad wreck at,Donaldson tonight.  Killed hy a Negro.  PRESCOTT, Arkansas Novemoer .1���.  H. C. Cox, city marshal of Prescoct,  was shot and killed by Charles Levy'  (coloied) this evening Cox attempted  to arrest Levy on a trivial charge. Levy;  escaped Citizens generally closed their  stores and offices and aiming theru-  -.elves staited in pursuit. Tonight thero  arc hundreds scouring tbe woods iu  search of the fugitive.  "H  Are I  *-<���*������������ 1  - '  1  Sustained the Government  MELBOURNE, Noveniber 1.���After a"  continuous sitting of 27 hours the federal house of repie-entati.es rejected,  by a vote of 39 to 23. a resolution of no  confidence 1:1 the government introduced  by Mr. Reid, the opposition leader, iu  connection with the tariff bill.  Spain Limits Silver Coinage  MADRID, Novembu 1���The chamber*  of deputies has passed the bdl prohibit^  ing the fiee coinage oi diver. <��  4.1 THE  NEt.SC>$f frRIBUltfE,  SATURDAY  MORMNG,  NOVEMBER  2, 1901  to  to  to  to  to  to  lr  I*  U  to  to  In view of coming events, we are paying special  attention to the requirements of  THE   BALL   ROOM  We cannot go into details, but we would ask  you to have a look at  OUR   WINDOWS  We have the choicest, newest and daintiest goods  procurable in the best markets of the world, and at  prices which will,agreeably surprise you.  to  WALL  PAPER  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  '������re_S*___.S_. SL&&&&&&_��&<��� iki i*>^'^*^-"^iJS^i*^8*AA-S-^  '������^.^^.j?..p-ff-_P.P-_?:��F*^ir*? Ill ?i>-0i2r?i&!7Sf&?f&-00;-*''i*''00!?  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.    "    _  "'wT-BV T-_B'__ZBtT&~CO!���COKNE-B^biT  Baker and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers in assayer's supplies.  -Agents for Denver Flre Clay. Company,  Denver. Colorado.    M  _   COMMISSJONJiIgRjCHANTS.  ' H. J. EVANS & CO.-BAKER STBEET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  cigars,, cement,   fire  brick  and  flre  clay,  > water pipe * and 'steel rails, and , general  <-omn.iss.ion merchants.     ' >       *-  '"'   v   'E^CTOICAIi: SUPPL1ES. .���"���* '  "lcOO0?ENA5r~ElScTBIC 'sUPPL,Y~%  ^"__W > Construction Company���Wholesale dealers  iTh. , V In telephones, annunciators, bells, batter-  &--..   > , . les, i electric fixtures and appliances. Hous-  J   ^i?��       fc1     j-  ���**��� ��� ���     T^l *��-**>��       XT__.__.fSV_ *  fV-  ���*   '-?*'  is,?--  .*" )A'  p.* .  Wits  .*-  PLASTERERS* UNION MEETS EVERT  Monday ��� evening;' ln the Elliot BlocK, at 8  o'clock. J. <X>. Moyer, president; William  Vice, secretary. P. O. Box 161.   ,    -  Perhaps it's a bedroom you're going to  have . papered, the  hall or parlor. It  really makes no difference -which it is,  we have paper to suit all rooms. Papers  were never so pretty as they are this  season. Just how we are opening our  ���new fall stock and having a clearance  sale of the short lots left over from the  eumr.er*8 business, all good papors,too,  and many of them are in quantity sufficient for any rcem". Ceilings and borders to match in most canes.  ��� -      a���  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS *WED-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  in Miners' Union Hall. (C. J. Clayton,  president; Alex. B.- Murray, < secretary.  ,  PAINTERS* UNION MEET'THE .FIRST  and third Fridays in each month at Mln- *  ers' Union Hall at 7:1!0 sharp. Walter JR.  Kee, president; Henry Bennett, secretary.  ' ton Block, Nelson.   FRESH AND SALT MEATS..  Mi       UjV.v 7-P.   BURNS >&_   CO-BAKER   STREET,  %tyh" ** I-Telson,   wholesale" dealers   ln   fresh*- and i  M$r,y , cured meats. "Cold storage. -   ���$?-..a. * ���_-�� - ,   ���-,^/.���-_rt.c_ ..      r  ^"���.v.  ^GROCERIES.  i$..V*"S KOOTENAY, SUPPLY COMPANY, *LIM-  mtiiti '{-ited.���Vernon , street, Nelson, ' wholesate  PkLV' r grocers. -" *    ���:   ,.    *���- ���, "   ~> *'       ' w  -��_i--. V. LV- JOHN  - CHOBDITCH   ,& . CO.���FRONT-  p^~:y''f Btreet, NeleonT wholesale grocers.'1  Jttrl1 ' $ f SaJ MACDONALD & CO ��� (_U��tJN__Jbt OF  >%'? t'-i^S- Front and,Hall/streets, Nelson, wholesale  Mfl if rii "grocers "and Jobbers ln blankets, gloves,  raf,,,"vi"---,Hmttts,"* boots, rubbers, macklnaws and'mln-  f-vfpff V>_   ers' 'sundries.' - ,  . ,  ���.'J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO -FRONT STREET;  "Nelson, wholesale dealers in '-provisions,  ? cured meats, butter and eggs. *. '  &y_<  ������'Al  XiTZ f    ..' r^IilQUORS AND PRY JgOODS.  ���y ye '' '~7r^N_SR,~^EETO0>fr&~Ca-CORN__il  7-1 _*��� ���_ ���_lVernon - and ** Josephine . streets,    Nelson,  * -       '    wholesale dealers in liauors, cigars and dry  ��<�� 'goods.. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  . p> of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Com-  \ . ��� '/, pany, of Calgary." ]   ,v !' JUSIKESS'/'DIREOTORYT  z SlYMtztzx^S^^^L^^^Y^^  rr^7^S^iS^f^Jc^^^sY:BSa��~z,  Aberdeen Block; Baker Street,' Nelson.  "  ^'YJi^YlJ-S^^Y^S^. '  !^IONE__R~r^HOP~::~HOUSE.      JOHN"  "   'r Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  ��� Z ��� Baker, street. Nelson. Open day and night.  -- Z Lunches a specialty. Picnic, and traveling  1   parties supplied,on shortest notice.   ^Y   fi'-r draYagb. '   *      ^~r'  - ~FUI��nT^^URE7~_?_5Sosr~SAF_-Sr^TC^"  '    "  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's second Hand store, Ward street.  LAUNDRY      WORKERS'/;* ~UNION.���  Meets  at  Miners' -Union ��� Hall  on fourth  Monday ln every-month'at'7:80 o'clock p.  m. B. Pape, president; A.. W. McFee, sec- <  'retary. ��� *    /   qLASSIFIED;:;ADS,  ARTICLES' FOR * SALE.  VsE^f^G~MASSjN^3^F^lf���~^NDal  for sale or rent at the Old. Curiosity Shop. ���   ,j?on\ REN^  FOR RENT���ON JOSEPHINE STREET, BI!-,  t.\een_jilic!i and Carbonato^strqets, an eleven-f  'loom house, excellcntlj adopted for a privato  boaidinghouse;contams-all conveniences, thor-i  oughly lcnoMited lccently.   Beei Bros  FOR RENT���FIVE-ROOM COTTAGE.   ALlJ  improvements,   close   in.    Address   Box   071,  l-Clson.      . ��a    ,       <   ^ ***   _  X- FOR' RENT���THREE ROOMS SUITABLE1  for light housekeeping; hot and cold *�� ater, steamr  ,heat, baths.   Address,.box 571, Nelson.     <i  1 .  V ' HELP; WANTED.   WANTED-SIX CARPENTERS FOR FOUR  months work.' Apply^ to Revelstoke Lumber  i Co , Revelstoke, B.C. f- t ,    , 1  WANTED-RAILRO_-D LABORERS, f2.25,  free transportation. -Tie cutters, bridgemen,  laundress, woodcutters,'girls for housework.  Nolson Emplo> ment Agency. rPhone 278 ^     v_  ' WANTED-A MAN THAT,UNDERSTANDS*  billiards io look after Minors' Club Houso . Ad-'  dress, stating salary, E. K. Siowart, Michel, B C.'  LOST.    r  -=-FURNITURE.-  LOSr ���LADY'S GOLD WATCH, MONO-'  gram"M. D." on outside *\vith engraving inside.*  Koward on return to Judge Form. ,  SUB3CRIPTION   RATES.-   "  Dally by'mail, one month '...%  50  Dally by mall; r three months 125  Daily by mail, six months 2 60  <��� Daily by-maif, one year  Semi-weekly | by mail, three months  5 00  50  Semi-weekly by. mail, six months 1 00  Semi-weekly' by mail,  one year -�� mi  Postage'to Great'Britain added. (  ADVERTISING' RATES.  D. J ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 282, night 'phone No. 207. Next'  new,' postoffice building, Vernon street.  Nelson.   WANTED-7-MINING PROPERTIES.  TfrEE MILLING GOLD PROPERTIES!,  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors'  Exchange,  Nelson,  B.   C,  Room i,  K. W. C. Block.   GOLD,     COPPER,     SILVER,     LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  " and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelaon, B. C, Room 4, IC W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETINGS.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  .,  Advertisements run regularly  per inch per-month $4 00  If run less than a month, per inch per  .insertion. _. ..._._..,..     25 1  Tl  1-2)  50  .Classified 'Ad 1 ��� andj Legal_Notlces,_peri.  per  word "for flrst "Insertion-.        For   each   additional   insertion,  word      Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month   Notices-of meetings of Fraternal Societies ,and /Trades Unions, per line  per month......     25 t  Address all letters���  THE   TRIBUNE   .ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houstcm,' Manager. Nelson, B. C.  1 ���������������^���*���    ^ f  .T..y.iTi.T..T..T_��t..TMT.iT,.->..T..T.    ,T^T..f.,T..T..T_iT.-'"�� ��� * * * '  A  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23., A. F. &  A. M. meets second Wednesday ln  each month. Sojourning brethren  Invited.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER NO.  123, G. R. C���Meets tlilrd Wednesday. Sojourning companion), invited. Chus. U. Mills, _.;  Tlios. .1. dinib, a. K.  NELSON AERIE, NO. 22 F. O. E.���  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of  each month at Fraternity Hall.. George  Bartlett, president; J. V. Morrison, secretary.   \  KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  Regular meetings first* and third Thursdays *of '��� each month. Visiting- Sir Knights ���  are, cordially Invited to attend. Dr. W.  Rose,: R. K.; A. W. Purdy, Com.; G. A.  Brown,.P. C. *.;-***....*.. : ��� ��������� .:."������. ."..���:,-���:  . TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  MINERS' UNION, NO. 96, 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 Wliks,' secretary. Union scale  of wages for Nelson district per shift: Machine men $3.60, hammeremen $3.26, muckers, carmen,: shovelers, and other underground laborers $3. .    u  BARBERS' UNION, NO^ iW, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets first and third Mondays  of each .month In Miners' Union Hall at  ' 8:30 sharp.: Visiting members Invited. R,  McMahon, president; J. H. MatBesom sec-  retary-treaaurer; jr. C. Gardner.- recording  ���wicrata-T.-;.,. r '��� ...      ... ,(   -.  ���*.  COOKS AND WAITERS UNION *NO. 141,'.  W. Il V., meets at Minors' Union-Hall on se��-  ond and last Tuesdays in every month at 8��)  -vjn. sharp.  A B. Sloan, preaident: 3. P. For-.  .rostell. eooetary H. M. tottinc. flnaooidaoo- j  petary.  *  ���i'  *  *  NOTICE TO  SUBSCRIBERS  BY, CARRIER.  *  +;  *'  +1  *i  ���f*'  Oa Saturday next, subscribers  whose Tribunes are delivered by-  carrier will be ��� expected' to pay  the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week.  Ono by  one  the  newspapers  of the*  province are placing themselves on record on the question   of   redistribution.  The Cranbrook Herala favors fair representation, and cannot understand why  chief commissioner of lands and works  Wells of Palliser should have a pocket  borough-with 133S people m it, while E.  C. Smith of Fort Steele represents 5962  I-eople.   According to the Herald, a "rotten borough" in northeast Kootenay is  as bad as a "rotten borough" at Esqui-  malt or in Victoria district.   The Trout  Lage   Ttpic,   on   the   other   hand,    is  strongly in favor of  pocket   boroughs.  " Representation by population may be  " preeminently just   in closely   settled  " districts, but where the settlements are  " few and far between, as in the Revel-  " stoke riding, common sense should be  " used in applying this principle."   According to the census  returns,   Revel-'  stoke riding has a population of 3003.  Surely these 3003 people are not entitled  to two members hecause the riding happens to have two such important towns  as Revelstoke and Trout Lake within its  borders.   The Topic also says there is  jxothJug jn common between tlie people  THOMSON STATIOMY CO; ltd  " NBLSON, B. O. -  of the Trout Lake mining division and  those of the Ainsworth mining'division;  that their trade relations are in totally  different directions.    The south' end of  such a riding would  be at Balfour on  Kfctenay lake and the north end at the  headwaters of creeks flowing into Trout  lake, approximately a total length north  snd south of eighty mll��s,J through the  middle   of  which   a~ railway   and   its  steamboat connections woald give the  p< ople direcbfacilittestfor travel.*. A resident of Trciit-Lake'��� City could'leave  home at 8 o'clock in the "morning and be  at Balfour by 2 o'clock in the afternoon.  The riding would be made up 'of towns  and camps situated on  streams   all   of  wfich flow   into   Kootenay   lake.    No  single divide would be crossed.^It would  bo one of the ->ridings ' in 'Kootenay in  which, there could'not bo ��� any-'possible  friction between rival'towns. Trade that  would naturally belong to Kaslo could  not be claimed for ^ Trout' Lake,  hence  roads that would, lead-to Trout Lako  would tn no way, injure Kaslo.   Kaslo,  as an  incorporated . city,-would   very  naturally .be -the  riding's -main  town;  but Kaslo has1 never voted solid on-any  question,'and1 what' town'in Kootenay  has?   The Topic-does-'not   voice'the'  opinions of the .people in its own- town i  when it.says,lhat there'Is'nothing1 in  common between the two'sections.   The  following is an extract froth-a letter received* by rfhe-Tribune:from7a firm now.  in business in, Trout/Lake:    "As^soon  "as the Lardo,& Trout-Lake,branch of  ,"the C. P. R. is-completed, Nelson'Will;  " be the headquarters for the Trout I_ake  "'district." As-Kaslol'is ' midway   be-,  t'ween Trout.Lake City^and. Nelson, be-'  ing. 49 miles Tf rom the  former  and ' 45  jnilcs fi'oni'the latter,"it'seems��that-'the  interests of-Trout" Lake and Kaslo'must"  bo  very much -the' same.   The", riding  1 . ip ' - ' _,  *  would   have   the -following, postoffices;  within its- limits: / Ferguson,"-/Trout[  rLake," Lardo? -Duncan City,- Argenta,}  Kaslo/ Whitewater, McGuigan, ��� Ainsworth; Balfour,1" 'and"' Pilot Bay,.' 'and [  v_ould have a population*of close-on to{  ���4000., ��� There are 'three newspapers!  printedin the limits of tho supposdd'rid-f  ing, namely, 'tlie. Ferguson1 Eagle,' the  .Trout Lake Topic,- and the Kaslo'Kootenalan,' and,if"tbe Eagle and the ,Tbplc|  could1 not get away with the Kootenaian'  in an'election, they, would'be no .'good.- * ���  '       '    '.V"    '   ���*-;  r *"  ' 'A riding made'up of'the Revelstoke,'  "I_ardeau.'IH<?cillewaet and Golden,min-!  ,ing divisions would be one lying-along'  tho main line of the Canadian. Pacific *  railway. 'It would be. with the exception'  -of-rthe-Lai'deau-i'-nining-divisionT^arrid^  ing in which operating.a railway would'  be .the main' industry- of the people. All!  the towns-and-settlements in'such a  riding would be on the main line "of the  Canadian Pacific railway; except Arrowhead and those in the Lardeau mining 'division!'It'would be a riding In^  which "lailw'ay men would have a>  chance to select one of themselves to  represent their interests in the l'egisla-.  tive'-assembly, .and no class of men'" in  the province are more'worthy of representation. AH the mileage of tho,  C. P R.' iii> the supposed riding is Min  the ' Pacific division. 1 therefore there  could be 110 clash'of interests or cause 1  for lr cal jealousies as there might be it  one end was in one division and the other  in another. The member elected could  be addressed by the speaker and his  fellow-jmmbers as "the" honorable  member from the Alain'Linp in Kootenay." Puch'a riding would have a population of about 4000.  NEW AUTUMN  LADIES' JACKETS,  COSTUMES,  FURS AND UNDERWEAR  AT  ESPECIALLY  .'    LOW PRICES.'  MENS' LAMBS* WOOL  SHIRTS   AND   DRAWERS,  FLEECE LINED UNDERWEAR, WOOL AND CASHMERE SOCKS, FLANNELETTE NIGHT   SHIRTS  -   ' AND PAJAMAS AT  VERY LOW   PRICES  -^',"it^''^v^',^-,^',i|g*,^',^*>^-''^''^>-^'l]g^-'jg'��-g^-'^ (A\  &'^'^'t&<^''��'^'<S!s'*0'^'4��Li0Ht'4*'  '&ff*'^'*0'^'0*,0*'0*'+0'^'00'^'00'0*0'^t'.^'000'^ \f} *2^^��^.ST-'*��^"^��^^*^^*S?*^^*5e^-��5^?2^  mf  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  �����_:��� -��r- ��^  00 m 00'  ^S_^sft  to  to  to  to  BARGAINS  IN  GREY AND WHITE  BLANKETS,  WOOL   COMFORTERS AND EIDERDOWN QUILTS.  to  to  to  to\  to.  to\  to  to  .i. 1  & co.  36 Bakep Street, Nelson.  to\  tol  to\  l^V*,t 00��g-<^��. 100- *00 *j00.00 i j_0-'.0& i '0_\0 '.00". 0_0 *0& * 00.00.00. K^VV '2*^ ��� S��- "^ -_Jft * ^ ��� 2j9>�� ^ ���_^' ^**-' 3^* Sfr' iifr * ���**���" '-SS* ^'^ *aS. 'mr-^'  *^"^i��>^������^P*'*"-'*���'^?*���**���������*���ST**,��^���sS?-'55'��*5^-'5?��'8^*'2-^*S?*'S?*  \v0 '*0^^^^^^'^&^^'00'00'00'0^'*0'000"^&'0*>^S&'00^00'  /u^nCf^k  ^k^ct^^  'fflZ**  tion of Southeast Kootenay-'lyingJ west:  "of tl_e5Kootenay. river and' all that por-'  tion of Wes^*. Kootenay -known as Goat.  River mining, division -lying--east   of?  *Kootena"y>riyer:;and'lake~would be an-J  other' riding- .whose' people would have;  "commor^-lrterests. - Cranbrook.  Moyio,!  ."Marysyille^X- Kimberly,  Kitchener,   and/  Creston would be its main towns.'-These'  two ;ri_dings-Vnr'iuld have 'a ropulation  !.ofv close, on to^ 7000.   The cities of .Nelson and 'Rossland-should each have a-  member; * and' the mining divisions' of  ^Nelson and Trail Creek another. vrSuchi  a division of-East and West Kootenay-:  would be absolutely fair to air sections,'  andfwould be fair to the-remainder.of,  ���the* provli ce.    No  riding. ��� outside  ther  two .cities   of   Nelson   and   Rossland,;;  would, have^,over, 4000 people.and none*  would be under 3000.   None of the.rid-1  vings'would he either "pocket" or "rpt-i  'ten;' bortughs. To'be.elected from either  ;Jof such ridings would be ho~"mean honor.'  ^and^no meal, roan could hope to,be elect-,  ^ed , in either of "them, no. matter. how?  much'money he might have at his1 dis-'  posal. Kootenay should set an example*  to  other  sections  of the province  by*  showing,a .fair spirit, but making ,de-:  mands for representation'fer hole-in-thej  .corner soctioiis of the.district, a prln-'  ciple that our people, have been con-!  00F  A--  i:  t ' * ( "  Air-circulation*  Every pore'of' the skin is a-nerve  feeder���an-'ejecter- of waste an' inhaler  of oxygen.'   ' -  Patent' leather, > Chrome, and' most  other- leathers stifle < feet because they  . are air-proof. "  ./u-  demnlng for vears, Isvaot,an evidence  of fairness, however much it.may be of  selfishness.  A lidlng made up of tho Arrow Lake,'  Slocan City, and Slocan mining divisions,  would le an important one, seeing that  mining is the one business on which all  its people, are dependent. Its main  towns wculd be Nakusp, New Denver,  ���Three Forks, Sandon, Silverton. and  Slocan City, all of which are connected  by railway and steamboat. A common  point lik'e New Denver could be reached  from either of these places in less than  three hours. Eight out of ten of the  shipping mines in the Slocan would be  in the riding. Its population would be  in the ue'ghborhood of 3500.  All that portion of Southeast Kootenay lying east of the Kootenay river  should be made into one riding, with  Fort Steele, as the central point. Snolj  a riding would be an impcitant one,  with. Fernie. Michel, Elko, and Fort  Steele as trade cenbfta.  All that jwr-  - It is admitted that The'Tribune has  the best special news ' service of any  daily, paper in Eritish- Columbia. No  paper in the province* prints >��achr day  as'much provincial news.^It is true-the  Vancouver and Victoria- daili-33 print  more reading matter than The STribune,  but much of it cannot be classed-as  news, and much "of it that'is called  news is so "padded"' that it is not.  worth .reading. Rut The Tribui e has to  cover a fleld that is covered by the  Spokane Spokesman--Review, and ' the  paco set Is a hot one.  - 1  Stagnant air;is not ventilation.'   '  .Circulation". of ^ air ��� is. necessary' to  .renew oxygen,'to|evaporate moisture,  andnp keep the feetjhardy and healthy..  ��� The v Resilia Centresole. acts as an  effective air pump, bringing in a current  of. fresh atmosphere,' at every step/  ���- Gk��odyearwdted-=^$5r5d~grade7  THE HOME  Of  the  Oyster  during  thai  rest of the season will be atl  THE PALM  .._.., ..1.  These   -well-known   Oysterl  /.   -\ > and Lunch Parlors will-be  ��� ' ' - /  Y.__-if__.    re-opened on Moaday.   The'  service will be the best in  the city.  WARD STBEET   -.  K. W. C. BLOCK.  WANTED.  500 Day and Station Men  Eight   months'   work.     All   rock.  *'TEe Slater Shoe  tf  ROYAL SHOE STORE, Aberdeen Blk.    L. GODBOLT (Successor to Lillie Bros.)  Wages $2.25 per day.  J. G. MeLEAN,  Elko, B.C.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527.  Buller's Fatal Dispatches.  NEW YORK, Novfcjnber __.���Accord-  ing] to tbe Tribune gei-oral Buller"s  friends are not cast down by the National Review's publication of 'the alleged Colenso heliograph message. They  assert that the truth will now be forced  out and that the complete text- -will  show that the passage Quoted'has been  more or less garbled. General Buller's  friends assert that he learned In advance that the National Review would  have ihe articles which have caused  so much commotion and ' decided . to  .forestall them. The editor of the maga-  sine Is a,son of the late admiral Maxso  and Lis .sister is the wife of loru -Edward Cecil, the prime minister's son,  who was with Baden Powell at Mafe-  king. There is a general appeal to the  .war, office to make an official-_.ta.emen.'  in regard ' to the heliograph messages  frbin general Buller lo sir George White.  General Buller, it is stated, has1 been advised by his friends to take legal proceedings against tho National Revie-Ar.  Indians and Mexicans Fight.  TUSCON, Ariz.< NoYembOT 1.���A desperate battle took jdaee on' Wednesday  between Yaqitfa and Mexican cavalry.  Fifteen Yaquis were Wiled <_r woondod  and ABtunber ol troogs w��*re i^nnd^iL  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  j__i3_a:2:aii-irj_  CHARLES HILLYER, President.  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  feet cf Iorr from Idaho, and wo are prepared to out the largest bill   iy dimension-or length. TEs ' '*        ��� - -        .....���_.  doors, and mouldings in Kootenuty.  Have jnstieccived 3,000,0    ,^Cuv_j  of timber of any dimension- or lengths.  Sst-j-Mte.. given at) any time.   The largest stock of sash,  COAST LUMBER OF ALL  KINDS ON HAND  ' OFFICK AND ***. ARD81   CORNKR HALL _- ND FRONT STRKKTS.  ���***************fr********}  I h. h: playford &  Mi  ��� U*  MADDEN   BLOCK  {NELSON.  BEWARE OF IMITATIONS  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming' and Transfer  Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft. Coal. In-p.rlal Oil  Company. WashiiiBton Brlek, Limo & Manufacturing Company. Qeneral commercial agents  aud brokers. /  Allooal and wood strlotly oa_h on delivery.  rRLRPHONK 147.  Offlee 184 Baker St.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 26.. %  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  tb  Mi  Mi  f��  m  ft  ft  i��  f��  J TOBACCO   AND   CIGAR J  * MERCHANTS. $  $ $  *   /p  �� ft  3 T- O. Box 637. Teleph- me 117. $  ******************* g-wK-fc  A. R. BARROW, A.J&I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Comer of Victoria tad JBjootenay Streets  j  Our Compound Syrup of White  Pine and Tar  CURES COUGHS AND COLDS  ' Beware o�� the "Just as Good" kind.  Insist on getting the Genuine C. D. &  B. Compound Syrup of White Pine and  Tar.        ,   U, , -  Offlee:   Two Doors West C. P. R. Off,eo  tfk*********************^  $ :_ %  ^    op   couKsi:  you  want  the   best-    m  ^ IriKN*   (30   TO > /(.  I ARTHUR    GEES  ^    in Ticmont Block.   Ho m ill suit vou.    i(t  ib    Laige stock of imported season's goods.     J  , ^********-9************:i^  CANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  K.-W.-C. Eloob".       Corner Ward and Baker Sis  OLD PAPERS S%X��-?��, _ ���. __.  IBIBUNE flWDEElf DEPAHTHENT1   Nelson, Bt C, October 16th, 190L  NEWLING & CO.  '  AUCTIONEER, VALUERS, ETC.  Kootenay Street, next door to Oddfellows' Hall  P. O. Box 633 NELSON, B.C.  NOTICE  The undersigned has resumed proprietorship of the blacksmith businesa  formerly carried on by me and lately  carried on by R. B. Reiley, In the premises on Hall street near corner of Baker  street All accounts due' R B. Reiley  are payable to me.  H. D. ASHCROFT. - "i ���>-.���' v" ��� ,-cicy'-J!0*i&  -      I**-- r      -  Tt   'S-J/afgS  'I.  BAffi IB? IONTBM  CAPITAL. aU paid up $12,000,000.00  KHST    7,000.000.00  UNDIVIDED PKOFITS       427,180.80  I.ord Strathcona and Mount Royal... President  Hon. Goorgo A. Drummond Vico-Presldont  E, B. CloiMton Gonoral Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  with -which is amalgamated '  THE  BANK OP BRITISH COLOMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  THE [mtiBtiX' TRIBUTE, > SATURDAY  MORNING/ NOVEMBER' 2   1901  *��� ��� ������ i*   . i ~i - '  IMPERIAL BANK  O-F    C_A._N-^k_3D_A.  Capital (paid up)  Rest  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  -     -     $8,000,000  ���   $2,000,000  AGGREGATE RESOURCES OVER $65,C0D,0C0.  Bronohos ln London (England) New York;,  Chioaqo, and all tho prinoipal oitles in Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Transfers.  Granb Commorcial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collootlons Made, Etc  Savings Bank Branch  CURRENT RATK OB* INTEREST PAID.  Hon. Geo. A, Cox,  President.  B. E. Walker,  General Manager  London Office, 60 Lombard Street, B. O.  New Tork  Offlco, 16   Exchange   Place.  and C8 Bronohos in Camtda and tho  Vnited States.  ' SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:   '  Intorest allowed on deposits.   Present rate  three per cent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nolson Branch,'  $2,600,000  ���S 1,8 5 0,000  HEAD  OFFICK. TORONTO, ONTARIO.  Branches in Northwest Territories, ProvincoB of  British Columbia, Manitoba, Ontario and Quebec.  n' ?,' ^KA,ND-"���������' Prosidont.  S" ihv*U,KUfl Gononvl Manager.  i_. UAX Inspoctor.  NELSON  BRANCH,  BURNS BLOCK.  A gonoral banking bu_ino3s transacted.  ���   Savings Dopartruent,���Deposits iocel\od and  into est allowed.  TT?^���^���:o^S0Jd��� av2il?ble ln aU parts of Canada.  United States and iCurope.  Special attention givon to collections.       ,  ~ ��� d. M. LAY, Manager.  TTI       TH      _  1 _ :     '^'^'-'fta  HI  '���*--.  yff  ,y|  - -.  TfiE PBOVINGS 1 A BOZEN LINES.  SLOGAN CITY���James Baker has  gone to Denver, Colorado, to attend a  meeting of tlie executive board of the  .Western Federation of Miners.  SLOCAN CITY���The cily assepsor has  eomiik-tcd assi'ssins** the city. According*  -to tha provincial governmot's assessment the figures were $110,000; accoi fling to tho city's they are 5175,8.8. The  land is assessed at $116,095 and the improvements at ?59.750.  KAMLOOPS���Charles F. Jacksoa of  tho North.Thompson, who enlisted ir  the Strathcona Horse at Kamloops, has  returned to this city. When the Strath-  coin.'s returned, Mr. Jackbon stayed in  South Africa as a member of "Gat"  Howard's Canadian ��couts and saw six  months' further service.  PERNIE���0 N. Janes r-old his-sawmill plant and'mill'rite together with  the timber privileges to D. V. Mott, who  will ir stall new and additional machinery and proceed with manufacturing  forthwith. J. A. McLean purchased ail  the lun ber at the mill and will remove  it to his yards.  CRANBROOK���At a meting of tho directors of the Cranbrok Electric Light  Company held Monday afteirrxyi it was  decided to build a telephone line to  Marysville and Kimberley, ond work  will be inaugurated as pon a3 the ne;  eessary arrangements can be mad��!  It is the intention of thi. cempany to  construct the line to tho mouth of  Perry creek, and from there, to Marysville and Kimberley Next spring, if the  Lusiness warrants it, a branch will be  run up Perry creek to Old Town.' ,    .  CRANBROOK���Mr. Hungerford, the  new locomotive foieman, has rented  the W. A. Miner house, and Mrs. Miner  and her daughters have left for California, where they will spend the winter.  MOYIE���The boarding house at tho  St Eugene mine changed hands this  week. Mr. and Mrs. A. O'Kelly are leaving and will make their home in 'Spokane, and the boarding house is now in  chaige of Mr. and. Mrs. "W. R. Stone.  NEW DENVER���A. H. Bluemcnauer,  manager of the TFTartney/"group, visited  the Young Bear group, near the Bondholder, a few days ago. He expressed his  opinion of the property* as one of the  best he had seen. Oue arsay from the  lock gave G80 ounces in silver, whilo  the average value of night feet across  was given at 124 ounces L. **  SLOCAN CITY-Faul Hauck was mar-  lied to Miss. M. Zimmeiman of Schnee-  berg, Saxony, .Germany, by Rev. J. B.  Morgan of Nelson The bride has just  arrived fiom the Fatherland and was  met at Kootenay Landing by the groom.  Mr. and Mrs. Hauck have taken up  their residence in the Schorberg cottage, in the suburb of Brandon.  ASHCROFT���The Journal cautiously  says refenng to the strike on Horsefly  Let no one bo deceived or "run away  with the idea that the gold strike is "a  Klondike���it is not so -reported. From  tho imperfect information we1 have re-,  ceived, we believe that good placer  ground has been found, not phenonun-,  a'ly rich, but rich enough to be valuable.  As to the extent of the fields we can not  yet ascertain."  FAMOUS BRIGANDAGE GASES  [4  r_ -  \_  ,.  Brigands Wield Powerful Influence. ;  The capture of Miss Ellen M. Stone by  brigands m a lonely pass in the mountains near the Turkish-Bulganan .fron-  tier on September 3rd, brings to, mind  the case of a party of English travelers,  who, in the spring of 1870, were seized  by Greek brigand's at Oropos, and held  for ransom.   A picnic   to   the   historic  Plain of Marathon had boen arranged by  some of the members of the diplomatic  corps accredited to the Greek court.   The  party consisted of lord and lady Muncaster;  Mi    and Mis. Edward Lloyd .and  their child; Fred Vyner, brother of the  . marchioness   of   Ripon;   count   Alberc  Herbert, secretaiy 1o the British  mission; and several other young -attaches.  They were on their way back to Athens  when thev were suddenly pouncej upon  by a party of brigands, under the command of the well-knoAvn briganci chief,  Arvanitaki, and were carried off to the  hill country lying between Pentelikon  .and Mt Parnassus    The brigands, after  a. "x>ut twenty-four hours, -let tho women  ���-sp',- T-?ot-f rom���any_ moti.vp._ of_ cln valry,.  but .merely because their presence impeded   *,''�� rapidity of the movement of  tho bant.1    At *-he same time, the m*;n  of tho partV were directed to draw lots  for one of   their number to return to  Athens, and to' announce the terms un<. er  which - his   con^vantons   might   lecovor  their liberty.    It   was Jord  Muncaster,  now an elderly genflenmu and a frequent  'visitor to tlie  United State-*, who was  fortunate enough to ^e selected as emissary, and the demands with which he  was inti usted bv the brigand chief called  for a larson: of ono hundred and sixty,  thousand dollars in money, a free pardon tor present and past crimes, and the  liberation   of   certain   bandits   then   in  custody.   Loid Muncaster was given to  understand, moieovor,   that If  any  attempt wero made to pursue the band the  prisoners would be put to death;  Lord. Muncaster on reaching Athens  . hastened at once to the English legation,  , and sought the assistance of Mr. Ers-.  kine, the British envoy.   The latter immediately arranged to pay the ransom  demanded, and at tlie same time took  -steps to 'obtain from-the Greek government the promise of pardon for'the ban-  ; dits.   It was here that Mr. Erskino and  lord Muncaster - encountered difficulties;  For, while; the Greek'.constitution empowers the sovereign to grant amnesties,  foiy political offenses,; he can not grant  "any. pardon: for criminal offenses,' save!  with the consent of the national legislature,' wliichi-was not; then in session.  Negotiation's were iri progress with-the  brigands,. with-the ��� object of''conveying-  to them some assurance -that'^a:-pardon  would be.granted in their, favor as soon  as; parliament re-assembled,  when  the  , Greek y cabinet *  ' foreseeing:. .not    only  tiouble in; the chamber; about the  amTi  nesty, but likewise that   it   would- be.  called upon by Great Britain !in course  of time to defray the amount of the ran-  )% . som paid by Mr. Erskine, started large  FORT STEELE-J. T. Laidlaw and C.  M. Keep visited, the VBull ;iver iron  mines on Tuesday, Four, tunnels atu(  being driven on the ore body which is.  looking exceedingly well.  CRANBROOK ��� Mrs. Jackson and  children arrived from Nelson on Sunday  to join Mr. Jackson, who is a cutter at  the P. Burns '# Co. market The family,  will live 111 the house vacated by"G r '  Rogers.  *" - ,  FERGUSON���Jack-* 'McTaggart, thei  victim of'the Metropolitan accident last'"  summer,, who is now under treatment'  at Revelstoke, is getting,on as well a-,*  could ce expected. His knee cap, which  was split in threo pieces, and wired to-'  getber, is not likely, to be as genuine as!  the real .'article though. _** ���  ��    " *   "     -    *" - )  JJRANRkOOK���The'Herald says- "A1--  ready we are beginning to feel the bene-<-  ficial results 'of the building up of!  Marysville," said a Cranbrook merchant,  one day this week "It is helping 'every  merchant-in town and is going to be1  -a big thing for Cranbrook directly and!  indirectly, as well a��P for.all- this part  of the district." i  <��� SLOCAN CITY���According to figures!  prepaied by the Dnll, S?9 men are em  E.?,y m ���he ���inos on Slc,ca-n lake asj  follows: Tamarac 3, Arlington 1IX  Speculatoi ic, Enterprise-M, Enterprise,  lZCeVn-i��,r ^'^"Pton i Fourth of]  I?lv R 9 t�� \C^PIe���,3,-Myr-tlf> 3,,  Lily B 2, Legal -3,'Bondholder 5,' Iron  �� nit. ��Uot ��tartlnS> 25, Morning star  2, Ottawa 3,.Bxchange 3, Duplex 2 ~  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  A\l.   rr��; %} &Z& &&&eZs&eZigL'SL. jST '&fr^'0*'0  DO IT BIGHT NdW.  If you need a Silver Tea Set .call at Jacob Dover's store  Por a Sterling Manicure Set write to Dover's jewelry store.  For finest Cut Glass go to Jacob ^Dover's.  For Kara Pianos try Jacob Dover.  Piano Lamps and Onyx Tables can be bought at my ston  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'  I invite you one and .all. to do business with' r  all my goods are guaranteed/  me,  .All repair work promptly ex-'  "e'euted. "  C. P. R. Time Inspector  ary in' such cases, but if he should after-}  ward give tbe�� least clew to their move-'  ments, he is a doomed man as rurely as!  if he refused to receive them.      ,. f  ,  , ^        **-      -*  ��� "'' -  Will SoonTBe'Eeleased. , ***  '��� (CONSTANTINOPLE, Ncvember >1.���  Tho. negotiations with (he .captors of  Miss "Stone, the American missionary,!"  appears to be going on so successfully;  that herrelease now seems to be a matter of.}only a few"days It is said here'  that "-"another' letter written*- two/ days!  -ago'has-.been/received'froni.her.' ���   ~- jl  ��� h6;.U6W8lBP Mall order recely^our Jr6m^ Wn  y      ._.__.__ __r-_~i -,              j          (<   *,   .-<, ir ����� f ., vf ' l/mfcivt..-,  v  >    xi.       ^ ^ ^I0m,'^%.ft i r-^.^m\  ~~ ~     **"' ���  : -  ' "     - ' '%..-^V-l-V!.,.��_Js  D. f/jcARTHUR  ! >}>  oy the behavior of the Greek government  in. breaking its promises to the British  legation, that king George was forced to  ditoniss the entire cabinet, and ���while-the  Greek treasury escaped the navment of  the lanscm, it was compelled-byiEngland  to grant heavy damages to th<*> families  of some of the /victims of the .tragedy.  A year lattei, owing to the energy displayed in the matter by king George,  not only Arvanitaki and his entire band  were captuied and brought to justice,  but likewise se\eral members of the  Greek parliament and an Englishman  named Noel, established at Negropontc.  who was proved to have been accom-*-.  plices of the brigands, Noel., indeed,  having furnished, the information as'to  the amount of ransom which it would  be well to demand for the release of the  Muncaster paity.'A number of them wore  ���c-v.nvicted and put to death, while  otheis were-sentenced to various terms  of penal servitude.  A curious anecdote is related of Left-  eri, a noted brigand who operated in the  vicinity of'Yalova, a small vilhage on  the Gulf of Ismid, 111 Asia Minor. An1  Ameucan missionary was one day stopped on the road by Lef ten, -who desired  him to give up all the money he hadi.  about him, and to unpack his boxes in  order that he might see what they con-  tamed.   The missionai y's reply was that  "1  EALPH CLARKE .     I.Q. NELSON, j  Undertaker, Night Call 238. Manager.,  "-" __       * \   ���<!- /   , ,_  ���".  , tJ I  - 1. 1 '    1    . ^  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST,.NELSOU; B.C.   ,"    LTELEPH^EJo/sWC^O. BOX 688."  A COMPLETE filNElE  '-' '^SL  *.,.  Yf  -i-r t"  ���yi-  hZK/ZM  *43L i  - ;>  1 >^"vv*- &*���  ' '.      -j.i����*  all the mliabitants of^your village that  they are to come out and see what I  ��Z dT-\e:11S-.0uld you 110t obe-Tand!  mind i:shall be rwatching-l shall come  |f   bodies of; troops .and, constabulary; after  li7 the bri^inds.,, This/was done witliont  the knowledge* of tlie king, and in* defiance, of the pledges of the Greek premier to" the British envoy   and*, to   lbrclj  Muncaster. ' The brigands,  enraged by  this breach .of faith, carried their cap-  itves still further into the mountains,  and, when hard pressed by their pursuers, murdered every one of them, servants and all. in cold blood.    Some of  them >were shot, others stabbed in the  3back, wMleothersbad their throats cut.  1 _ Bo j:reat was the indignation created  as for money he had little or none, being  nothing but a kitabdji, or seller of books,  and that his boxes contained nothing but  bibles. Lof ten, having satished nimself  by a personal inspection of the tiuth of  this statement, asked him if among the  bible? there was one which he could-  lead. The missionary readily offered  to make him a present of one in the  Turkish language, printed In Gieek characters, but Lefteri insisted upon paying  the price for it, which was seven piastres, baying as he did so that he had waylaid and stopped him fully expecting to  get spme money out of lum, instead of  whicli ho (the missionary) would profit  by their encounter. '  '"That lleftcri mad<rgood"useo�� his" purchase was subsequently proved. One of  his band having been some time later  Executed by the Turks in consequence  0* evidence furnished to them by a villager, Lefteri succeeded, .with great difficulty, in decoying the. informant out of  the village, with the intention of revenging this act "of, treachery. Produc.  ing this very bible,; Lefteri pointed out  the well-known text:  "All   they   that  take the sword shair perish  with tho  swoi'd." ���'. ''You -see," said he^.."that as  3'pu have caused the death of my comrade, I should, according to this book,  have a perfect right to take your life ^!  but not only is it hot my practice-to do  this unnecessarily but I,wish you for the  rest of your days, to be a living, example  to. your., fellow-villagers.*.of the/danger  they run in betraying any of my people.  I,shall therefore limit myself to cutting  of your Land."   This he accordingly did,  .and sent bim back to the village.  Wit is -related that on one. occasion the  chief- of a band of brigands in Macedonia  succeeded in capturing a young Armenian, whom he suspected of1 having given  information, to -the.'authorities as to the  whereabouts of his band; wliereiipbnhe  sent a message to his mother, who lived  in a villiage near, telling her that if she  .���sv.j-hed to see her  son alive she-must  come at once to a certain, spot!   Fearing  to disobey,' the poor woman hurried - to!  the place named, jyv-Jiere she met the brigand chief, who. immedistely said;    "I  havo sent for you to show you tjie way I  treat traitors;" and,  drawing his yataghan, he put.the.wretched man into-  four qarfcers before, his mother'?' eyes,,  adding, as he wiped; the blood off his  Now, Lam;going!to:the top  watching-^-l shall come  ,. . .     -iol,e vilage." Of course 3  .there was no choico but to carry ou"th^  F.'Marion"Crawford givos^an interest-!  ing description of the brigands of s-cilyl  in his volume entitled "The Ruler- nf<  the South."    The principle' rfason' he  says, why brigandage continues to Pxistt  there is'that-the. outlaws mak'e themselves useful tp certain great land-hold-'  .v.��� *     miIretu��� Protect the malefactors from,the police, fit may even be'  known that a * hole'baud-supposed to  be traveling together, which rarely'han-1  pens-may, be concealed in ihe house off  a rich man, and that tho police mav oe!  cogn,zant of the fact  ,__. order,.o search!  the house, the commander of the det-cli-i  ment. must pioduce a judicial ...variant!  ^authorizing him   to  do  so    The  littH  squad of-caibineeis aid soldiers'of .rho  line have   very   probably   tracked   "he,  bandits for seveial days through a Tvild;  and dangfreus country, not hav.ngithe  slightest idea where they might  npxt  tako refuge    It would be maifestly.im  possible to issue a general warrant'au-  thorizing-the police to seai*oh-ahy-libuse"  in the countiy, for this would"be regarded as an act ot tyranny, and the Mafia  woulu probably letort by bringing on a  general revolution throughout the island  It the officei commanding the pursuin-*-*-  party sends 1 ack to his chief, therefore3  fer tho necessary authority, the bandits'  well mfoimed of their pursuers' movements, have plenty of timo to escape to  another hiding-place   and if the officer  at last leceives the wai rant, uses it, and  finds no brigands in the house, the pio-  prictor makes complaint to tho heads of  the Mafia, who have innumerable weapons at thoii command   with   which 4 to  make the action of the police publicly  ridiculous.     But   if   the officer,   being  quite suic that tho brigands arc in the  house, takes upon himself the responsibility of seau-hing without a wai rant,  and if, as will very probably happen, the  whole ,band-..6scapes through e. subterranean passage, such as may  be  found in  many Sicilian houses, he is,liable to ah  action at law, in the courts of which the'  Mafia will spend hundreds of thousands  of francs and exert, its  whole  strength  to, destroy him:. If by any possiblily he  escapes'being dismissed from the service  for having over-stepped his authority  his only.: chance of life is to leave the island'secretly and at ohee. ���'���''     {-':"       -*.  ... As for a proprietor who,refuses to receive the brigands, or to. offer them the  best he has so long as they" are pleased  to.prolong, their visit, neither his' property nor his life will ever be safe from  that day.   His crops will be burned; his  .orange and" lemon trees hacked to pieces  his vines torn up by the roots; and if he  ���is ..the-possessor of great herds, of cattle  and floocks of sheep,  the -professional  cattle-lifters, who abound'in Sicily,.will  -mark him for their prey,; knowing that  neither the- Mafia nor any band/of outlaws will raise a finger to protect him.  By twos and . threes his cows. and his'  oxen'will disappear;  with a skill that  would do honor to Texas, the brands on  the animals .will be converted into new  and different ones, and before long: tho  stolen property will be sold at a cattle  fair a hundred miles away.   If at the end ���  of a year the unhappy victim-is alive, he '  is wholly ruined, but it is far more prob-'  able that a bullet will have ended his  troubles long before that time/ To bring  about dire results, it is hot even necessary that he should have shut his doors  against, the outlaws;: he '  Furniture; Dealers  FuneraPDirectors  and Embalmers  ; GARBLE, BUILDIHC ST0NEr  BRICK' AND UlVIE . . .V.   J  ��� ������   . " The, Mansfield   Manufacturing\ Oompanf"  have the above-mentioned ;building materials   I  JfLi  f ^.reasonable Jprices.,' SpeciaP qubtaJ^ I  ,;tions  to  builders   and jcpntractors; for^large :*  ixOrciers. ��� < > .,-        * ,l  4%�� - v ~ ^   y '  Front 'Do<_>rs  Inside D^oors **  \ 'Windows \\ , YA^Um  Inside Finish' ^<T* ^ >7*��*  local and coaaii.  Flooring  . local and ooaafc.  r^'st-  Oak   Center   Tables $3 50  Oak^Center Tables i ;. 6 00  Oak "Center   Tables.'!..-.*  5 00  ���>�����> '     /***   .    --1    vr   ���*".    y    - ,v  Oak    Leather    Seat    FaDcy  Kocker' .,.: .-��� 4 jq '  Eim   Folding   TaMe ...'.:.. 5 00  <  Elm   Folding  Table   Worth    Vor  ��� ��������������������� 6 00*���  Cane Veranda Chairs............. 0 00  _                                         r      _        ���  Cane Veranda Rockers^ 6 50      4 7b  ?2 75 j  4.0:  375  _~  *C-_,i  3 15  3 75 i  ' 4 25  4501  TO  ��� tt < \ .  MAKE)    ROOM    FOR    OUK    FALI.  STOCK OF CARPETS AND RUGS  .    WILL   GO   AT -COST.  ORDERS BY : MIL ATTENDED TO PROMPTLY  -.>.��  .  . . Shingles^"' 4-fc"'^A^  Rough* ^and^ ^Ji>YYYf^  Dressed Lumberlv-^*'^  a what too-��� ��� - -a -' -"'' - * ����� -y^om  WS WILL  CALL.  ���J. A. Sayward  Y    COMPAIsTY  .OFFICE:    BAKER STREET WEST, J.EISOff, B.'c.  TELEPHONE NO. 218.   P. 0. BOX 688.  #11  mm Am. lakz grH��iCT.-_^MOW- ''ViZf-i^'S  CORPORATION OFTHEliimF^l^^S  Notieo to Municipal" Voters. V* ^'f^Z  's^i&l  men at the City Municipal Elect on w-  ^.W* ��/f fe'L'ftfi'nB Sh object'of ���  TO   CLEAR-BABT   CARRIAGES   AND  * 1  GOC4R1S  AT LKdS'TIrlAN COST.  BAKER   STREET,'   NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heat  ed with Hot Air  ������������-���--____   '  Large comfortable bedrooms' and flrst-  class dining room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES (B2 PER DAY  rs. L 13. 01arl\e, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  Imperial tfotel, Nelsot]  (Kormcily known as Uio Silver King)  This hotol, in Llio central part of tlio city, has  been entirely ronovated ond improved.  Tho commodious bar is supplied with all the  best brands of liquors, wines and cigars" and is  under tho 'personal' management of Mr. J. O.  Naismith.  '���'��� ��� V ' '  . Tlio dining room and restaurant are conducted  on tho .European plan, and thoso and the hotel  accommodation arc.under tho ���'management of  Mrs. Gorman, whose large oxp'erionco is a guaranteo of tho comforts of tho hotel.  ^-i-Si  pajrab c bj- lum or hei, and -       >- **��,,  Who is the assessed-owner of lands "nr nf  :WnT^\Sh��I��8r.ncntoian*i carT'103 on business'  "pnlTtj?"1S ll hou,ehol<lor tnthin the     "  flfe'Sl.^ loquiVod'on or before thb-  -Nelson.BcSfe ��Jty ^^  mumci-  TREMONT HOUS  821 TO 331 BAKKR STREET, NELSON  MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 26 Cents to SI  AME-RJCAfJ AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  en  neim-t- ���.?f;'cer a"d Ward  UU-dO Stree.s,: Nelson.  The *' only hotel ln Nelson that Has remained under, one management, since 1890.  .* The. bed-roome are wellifurnished and  lighted by electricii.>. * .' -  .-The. bar Is always stocaea ny the best  domestic and Imported liquors an* cigars  THOMAS MADDKN. Proprietor. '  &Co.  NOTIOE TO DELINQUENT 00-OWNEE.  To John J.  McAndrews or to any  De__o-_  or persons to whom^he may have' twnj,-  JS1 \����..L cl��llm.   sU.uate on ^e north Tide  thMnSfnCnfvt'lal,,01!t    three    mile3    from  _^,,t��W" ��LYJnir, lying_south_of.and.ad-_  ' tjIVJJt^ the. KvS!1*T? Star mineral claim.  Nelson mining dKision of AVest Kootemy  nm/JCrk a.n.d accorded in the recorders  oflice for the Nelson mining division  tv.��?uTaiJr 0cl0h of you are hereby notified  .�����i,.i hJ1\? expended two hundred and  MVJ> ,*Jolnrs a,ld. twenty-live cents  (j___^5) in labor and imptovements upon  the above mentioiied mineral claim in older  to hold said mineial claim under tho provision', pf the Mineral Act, and if within  ninety days fiom tho date of this notice  -,0'_ lull or icfu_o to contilbuto your portion of all such expenditures together with  ?..-, cos,t,s ��,r advertising, your interests in  tli0_J3ald ,clil|ms will become the property  or.rP,e ^"hscrlber under section 4 of an act  ?" "Il, An Act to Amend the Mineral  Af%t' ���19?�� . ���r . JOHN DEAN,  u *Da^*S3. at Nelson this llth day of September, 3901.  NOTIOE.  NOTICi: ih hciohv gnou that vo intend to  npplj attho no\l xiltmuof the ��o.i)d of Licenco  Comini ..ioncisfoi the til j of Nelbon, to bo held  after tho oxpirution of thirty days from tho dato  hereof, for a transfer of the retail liquor licenco  jiow held by us for tho premises known as' Uio  11 ,$,' 0|; ��l'��on. situate on Vornon stroot in  w__.i Sy ofi 1 .��'f ���!" n,ld ��" t,lu west hnlf of lot _,  ..i^u.**i.lbiUV,w'ono.��I?,t95' Kro"P '. Kootonay  Nolfloi    ^�� Williarn A- ConneU of the said Cit>of  DatcdatNolson this seventh day of Octol'or  1001  Witness  *_y I  ���a  ��� ���m  ���Y\  a. I  'il  -1  WALMSLEY & BOWES.  E. C. Davison.  Hkad Office at  NELSON, B. 0.  j,-:--HOTEL.* EOSSLATO.  .Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best dollar a day  .house in town. House and-furniture new  and first class in every, respect. Lighted  .bjr gas. Room and board ,,?5. to- $6 per  ^e'ek. No Chinese employed here.  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Proprietor.  HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Ma_mrer.    .  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at   Nelaon,   Boseland,   Trail,   Kaalo, Ymir,  Sandon,  SOver-fton, Ne-*  Denver, Revelstoke, Porguaon  Grand Forks, Greenwood, Oaaoade Oiby. Mid  -way, and Vancouver,   Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  NOTIOE.  ���,^eA'? n(,(yfy tho merchants and busines  men of Nelson that wo have purchased the bus!  -^���SJLfKJl."U1 0t *ih- V?clBo Transfer 0?m-  SS?h ,t7��?.h'f 1S ����r Intention of inoorporaUng  T-i^_-^^bu8iness ot ^9 Nelson -freighting &  Transfor Company, wo remain yours  v f-i  yours  ���    R. H. WTLMAMH.  Manager Nol.on F. & T. Co  The Molly Gibson Mining Company, Limited.  f-ON-PERSON^L LIABILITY.  Etcher Co*  ALL KINDS OF;  weapon:    "Now, I.:am going.to the top   them, entertain thom   and'���oSmkffim i   ,li^f -*yff Wlth��***''*?** ot wlne8'  ^ tt^t Wil, beforeju^  AND SALTED MEATS  .WHOLESALE AND HETAIL ,  FISH AMD POULTRY IN "SEASON  |^Sb0fjTBEBT?: ,: E, C, TRAVES, Manager  OI-BEIffi BY M__IL; RECfflVK PROMPT ATrKNTlON.  XOTICK is horehy Riven that an cxtraordin-  2n.'i8;C/,.im:lT-?1<;u,,1!,,-?0.fth.u "haroholdors will bo  hold at the Hotel Phair. Nelson. British Colum-  ?<$.- ����l ?,at'V'*:la>"' t'le 9t>�� ,<>"}��� ot November; A.D.  1901, at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon  when tho subjoined resolution, which was pa__ec_  at tho extraprdicary genei-al meotine of tho  ConipanyOield on* tho 23rd of October, A D 1901  resolution       t0d ^ conflrmat?on ,ls �� special  RESOLUTION.  v.,-*?*Ri0LV,?:P^that ��}�� directors of this Com  pany bo, and they aro heroby authorized to raiso  tho sum of Sl20.000.-pon tho credit of tho Company on such terms and at such rule of interest  and re-payablc at such times as- thoy may deem  advisable, and for tho- purposo of securing tho  said sum of ��120 000 and the interest. thcrcm,���  (p char go tho whole or any part of tho assets of  tho Company by way of moitp-Kc, trust deed or  Jrust deeds, and to issuo debentures tobe secured  b-r?1^ V.*.r,.g;Fc; trust deed or trust deeds.  Datod this 28th day of October, A.D. 1901.  By order, '       v  ���������������',      S. W.I.AY,  ��_- ��� ViZ.    ProMdoa*V. THE NELSON TRIBUNE,  SATURDAY   MORNJNG, aSTOYEMBER 2, 1901  I&-T** 6********************************   ****************(fr  V-  tb  ���S  1  Ml  tb  Ml  Mr  \m  Mr  Mr  Mi  Mr  tb  Ml  Ml  \U  Ml  VI  _)_  Mi  tb  Mr  tb  Mi  Mr  Mr  Mi  tb  tb  Mr  ._*  Mi  LISTERINE  3N-  when   ar.d  It   hc.s   n  antiseptic  superior  Is   useful   for   all   purposes  wash or dressing is required.  as a wash for wounds and is the bost preservative  for the teeth yet discovered, preventing decay and  preserving the gums.   Buy in the original packages  and be sure of getting the genuine.   We have it in  3, 7 and 14 oz. sizes.  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  OITT AND DISTRICT.  /  jjtsa^m *** ************** s ************n**************iP  oys  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 hest variety of these  goods ever shown in Nelson.  Everything Is new and up-to-date  and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers will do well to  examine my stock and get prices before  purchasing elsewher.  >v*'  -*#*; -  t\\y/. .  %vV  '  fir-  *���%-..' *- -  [A cs  *���_��*'      _  &^>  S-^-r, ��� <  IW)iHf'^-  IS&i>4v. i ���  l����<&ri/  M&c.^Y  217 and 219     -  Baker Street  J. A. GILKER  PUT US  DOWN 2>  In your notebook as having the best bargains  M  in  and you'll make no.mistake.*   The bargains we are now  ; showing are the best we ever offered.   New and hand-  \      .    ��� ^      " cc - *��� -<  " some, Furnitur.e in the latest( styles.   Early,.buyers  have  ���-*__.   'the largest choice. **'     ' J   7  ''W,        '      . -     ,        i t   - , i. .  0/  to  *'!,  UIPN&GO  hV'>  A,  }g BAKER STREET, NELSON.  . ^���^'���-s *-a -a '-^ --S --51. -a. "-t& ���*����� ���-��> ^s- -a ^ *-s> ^ ^ ^ --^a ^ ���-& ^  ,- .��-*^'^'^'^'^^*-S����'*^*^^'^'^^*^*^  "GOOD CHEER" STOVES AND RANGES  i  V  Y)Y     ,We,are in'the market again this season  with  this  line of  '   '>*'-?    -Stoves.    After handling them for a number of years we-~are'  '���j     conviricEd    that"   they   are1 the    only '  Stoves     that*,  give  .:   Absolute satisfaction.        , .  ������     ^       . .. i -.���������   - ,. .       ,    ���.. ���  ��� . . ^ v-* f  , Call'ahd'-'see our large and'complete, line.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  Imnorters and Dealers ln Shelf and Heavy Hardware. *"  Charley 11. Ciandon has returned  from his honeymoon trip from the  Coast cities. Mr. and Mrs Crandon have  taken up their residence on Codar street.  J. H. Fox, cashier of the C. P. R.  freignt department will leave today for  Kaslo to relieve J. R. Crudge, the company's agent there, who is on holiday  leave.  During Iho month tho collections for  the port of Nelson were 516,0.89.51. Tiie  dutiable import values for the month  were ?59,71G, and the value of the free  goods ..6S39.  At Emmanuel church tomorrow evening Rev. William Munroo will preach  upon the subject "Worry." The fcolo for  the evening will bo "Only Tired," by  Miss Ida Hanson. .  During tho past two weeks tho Rambler-Cariboo property was the heaviest  ore shipper in the Slocan to the San  Franciscc smelter. The Rambler-Cariboo ore passing through Northport for  the rast two weeks totaled 'clcse upon  $25,000.   .  ,     j,-  K. S. Glassford was in Nelson yesterday purchasing supplies for the Home-  stake property on Forty-nine creek. The  long tunnel which if? now being driven  on the Homestake is approaching the  ledgo and work upon it will be continued all wintei.  Railroad business In and from Nelson  for the past month is considerably in  excess of tbat for the corresponding-  period of the pievious year. It is said  that there has been a siigtit -?hrinkaer&  in the inward business, but ihe outward business has more than made this  up and will fl-ow a substantial net, gaia  for the month.  Superintendent Downie now has a.  private coach foi his use in going over  his seel ior. of the C. P. R. system,  which e> tends from Procter to Midway,  as well as the branch 'lines to Rossland and up Slocan rivor. The new coach  has every convenience' in the way or  sleeping and dining "accommodations,  as well as a good observation room.  The police officers were busy all day  yesterday in straightening out the Hallow e'en pranks of the -small boys on  Thursday evening. The chief pastime  of the youngsters seems-to have^been  the, removing of wheels from delivery  wagons and the taking\away of gAtes  not properly secured. There are a number of���articles which the police have so  far'failed to recover and'if.tnev aro  not produced by today 'steps will be  taken Against-a' number'of 'the ^boys  who ar�� known to have' had a hand in  thjpir' disappearance, /rhe 'Hudson Bay  Company was made-the victim of the  boys' nrarks and its.wagon was put out  of busiress hy the absenco of a couple  of ���wheels. ,    ' i  It is reported that-'Godprey Birtsch  has' succeeded in interesting the London & British Columbia C.oldflelds in  the gold discoveries which he made recently ,on Sheep oreek. A number of  claims will he included in the deal.  Birtsch is the recorded owner of the  Ore Hill claim, and ye&tei day bills of  salo-were 'recorded by which George  McFarland transferred tho Sunshine to  Birtsch aiid Jc hn J. Malone transferred  the Summit. These claims are all on the  same lead as the first discovery made  by Birtsch.j The terms ofr tlie deal are  not known,' but they are said to provide  for a substtntial payment if the property shows up well with development,  with "a email payment down with tht  giving   bf  the   option. ,  nexed the baggage of a Scotch mining  engineer named Robert Thorn. He is  said to have personated the owner of the  baggage until he worked that graft out  and now has a new name for each town  that he strikes.  A. H. Kelly arrived in from tho May  and Jennie property last evening. He  has a number of men at work fixing up  a short piece of roadway to connect  with the dump. This work will take  about ten days and when it is completed  a trial shipment of some thirty tons  will be made to one of the local smelters.  Thomas Cottrell Collins, pioneer, historian, prospector, poet, miner, and  yarn-spinner, arrived in Nelson yesterday from the Rambler, where he had  been helping "?Tom" Mitchell build a.  concentrator.,^Mr. Collins haH benn in  Kootenay for a great many years, and  has done much prospecting and mining  in both Nelson and Slocan divisions. He  could, if he was so disposed, give a lec-  utro on the . Uncertain (ties of Employment that would be lessons to some of  the pompous mine managers who strut  and swell-upjwhen told that workingmen  have no' easy snap in this country, when  the climatic conditions and broken time  are taken into consideration. "Tom"  says there are about 150 mon employed  at the mines in McGuigan Basin.  About twenty-five members of St  Andrew's Society met in the Phair last  night and elected the following-named  officers for the ensuing year: J. Roderick Robertson, president; John Ayton  Gibson, first vice-president; captain T.  J. Duncan, second vice-president;  George Kydd, bard: Harry E. Connon,  secretary; .John Houston treasurer;  Rev. Dr. Wright, chaplain; George Gunn,  piper; James McDonald, standard  bearer; Thomas McCammon, auditor;  executive committee���A. L. McKillop,  John Rae, George Johnstone, George  Christie Tunstall, junior, J. C. Carruth-  ers. J A.- McDonald, D. J McLachlan, and  John Bannerman. After reading the annual report of the several officers, it was  resolved to hold the annual banquet on  tbd anniversary of St. Andrew's Day.  PERSONALS.  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AMD OIGARS.  NELSON, BEITISH COLUMBIA.  A COMPLETE LlfJE OF CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  Eainer Seattle) Beer in pints and quarts.    Bogs Head Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts.   Kola Wine, the best Temperanoe drink.  Our Spooial Canadian Bye in 5s and 6s.  Dawson's Ferfeotion Scotch Whiskey,       Granada pure Havana Oigars.  TTuion Oigars, a full range in prioes.   Oards and Poker Chips.  Agents Brunswick-Balke Collender Billiard  Tables and Supplies.  ROSSUAND   BNaiNEBRIPSTQ  WORK^  CUNLIFFBJ  &  MCMILLAN   '  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, skips, cages, ore bin doors, chutes and general wrought Iron work; - Onr ore cars are'  the bGRt on tht. market.   Write n_ for references and full particulars.  SECOND HAND MACHINERY FOIl SALB.-One 6-foot Pelton waterwheel, width 600 feet, "8 to 16'  spinal riveted pipe.   One 10x5x13 outsido packed plunger sinking pump.    Kock drills, stoping  bars, &o., &c.  P.  AGENTS NORTHBY PUMPS.  O.  Box 198. THIRD  STOCK  CARRIED.  AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  HONDI TEA  J.1IRYM&C0.  The best in the market, in 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  50e a Pound  GROCERS. AND PROVISION DEALERS, Houston Block, Baker Street  <-2> *���''  ' THB BINDERY* DEPARTMENT OF  THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION, LiMlTED,  ..    jBUB-fS SXiOCE, JtSLSOB.  BOOK 8IMDINC  SPECIALISED BLANK BOQ^S  SPECIAL RULED FORMS  Conductor A B. Clark,- who has been  running spare paysenger and freight on  tho C. P. R. branch lines, has handed  in his resignation. He has been offered  a position on the. Hot Air line which is  beins' coi Ftructed , from Grand Forks  to Republic and will enter upon his  new duties noxt week. The men in  .cl-argo_of_the_coiiBlruction_of_the._j-.ew_  Boundary branch expect to receive then  lirst lece motive from -th? east next  week, when they will commence laying  steel. The Hot Air line will have connections with 1he Canadian Pacific and  it is expected will handle all the eastern business secured by lhe Canadian  Pacific for the Republic camp as well  as the bulk of oro tonnage from the  mines to the Granby smeller at Gran')  Forks.  The compressor for the Duncan  United Mines is exiiectcd to arrive today. The compressor is now two weeks  over-due, but its arrival today is said  to bo assured. Tho foundations for th.  compressor are now in readiness, and  work upon ihe superstructure is also  well in hand. It is r.aid the company will  start work upon the development shaft  as soon as the compressor is in working  oider and an effort will bo made to get  tho development' well advanced before  a full force of men Is put to work. It is  not likely that the company will make  any effort to resume work upon tho  Highland proporty in tbe Ainsworth'  camp*.-until spring. The suspension of  wbrk upon the Highland was entirely  due to the low price of lead and better  prices are expected in tho spring.  The. annual meeting of the Hall Miii-'  ing'���&''' Smelting ^Company was held in'  London on Tuesday. For some reason  the  annual   report   of  the   chairman!  has not come to hand ar. yet. The company's fiscal year takes it to the end  of June, and although nothing official  has as yet come to hand the olBcers of:  the co?npr.ny infer tbat a very encouraging statement of tho company's affairs  was warranted by. the operations of the  year.  During the past two weeks the  i hipments. from tho smelter have been  unusually heavy, the value of the same-  aggregating   something   oyer   ?200,000.  The smelter product is going out over  tho C. P.'R.'and" the N. & F. S. roads.  It is expected that Hall stock will commence to climb tip. as the satisfactory  condition of the company's affairs becomes more fully understood  Chief Jarvis has received warning to  be on the lookout for a Scotch forger  and confidence man. The man whom tho  Frank Kelly of Seattle is on a visit to  his, uncle, A. H. Kelly, of this city.  G. A. Carlson. D. A. Rankin, and chief  enginer Tye of the Canadian Pacific arrived in Nelson yesterday from the Lardo branch.  Neil McMillan of Slocan. who is said  to have secured lhe contract for > the  hauling of the' Molly Gibson ore this  winter, is in Nelson.  ���  A. H. < Hartley, the San Francisco  drummer who "sells most of the men's  furnishings .placed in Kootenay, is ih  Nelson on his'annual fall trip.  W.   A. > Gallih.r, ��� M.P.,   left ' for  the'  Coast   last, evening:.   It   is   understood  that tho'-bigrfriember for, the  biggest  district in the Dominion is on a political" mission.'./   '��� ,yy  A., T. Van Ettinger. inspector 'for. the  Comnercial Union Fire Insurance Company, returned j;o Nelson last evening  after spending a. day at the Arlington  "mine, in v/h'ich���a' number of men with  ���phorn he is assdeiated in San" Francisco  arc interested. 'Mr. Van Ettinger' says'  the W-gon road from the'Arlington Ms  now impassable-and that the shipments  of two cars per day which have been  sent out to the'Nelson smelter will have  to"be,di.continued until sleighs can be  put on. ���*.    ,  '   AT THE HOTELS.  IMPERIAL���J.  Smith, Slocan.  W. Newman and N. C.  MADDEN���Frank Murphey, Butte; G.  K. Gilpin, Robson.   *  ' TREMONT���Jim   Morris,   Kaslo;   H.  Lenker, Phoenix..  GRAND CENTRAL���M. L. Peterson,  Kaslo; Neil McMillan and M. Cameron,  Slocan; David McLennan, Sanca; C. R.  Brown, Grand Forks.  PHAIR���G. A. Carlson, D. A. Rankin  and D._Tye, Lardo: L. Shaw, Ainsworth;_  W. F. Aimy, Boston; E. J. Boswell, Seattle; W. C. Cooper, Winnipeg; W. H.  Aldridge, Trail; R. G. Samuel, San  Francisco; A. T. Ettar, Portland.  HUME���W. L. McCaine, Kaslo; Samuel Vila, Hamilton; A. H. Hartley, San  Francisco; R. T. Lowery, New Denver;  G. R. Green. Victoria; D. W. Moore,  Trail; Frank Kelly, Seattle; E. E. Vincent, Calgary; C. L: Samuel and S. Jay,  Montreal; C. J. Smith, Vancouver.  QUEENS -- P. Cunningham, Trout  Lake; A. P. McDonald, Silverton; J. E.  Moore, Salmo; F. H. Mackenzie, Greenwood; Edith Hambly, London; E. H.  Barker, Chesaw/ Washington; W. H. C.  Nass, Montreal; C. Horren, Hesper; J.  C. C-rruthers, Kuskonook; J. Donaldson  Grand Forks; H. McPhail, Phcemx; W.  L. Sheridan, Moyie. -  Nelson mining Division Records.  The-new locations recorded at the  Nelson record office yesterday were:  Nancy, four miles from Deer Park, by  D. W. Cameron; ;Prince George, on  Stewart creek, two -and a half miles  west of Ymir.  A certificate of work was issued to C.  A. Peterson on the Stockholm. Two bills  of sale were recorded. In one George  McFarand transferred to Godfrey  Birtsch the whole of his' interest in the.  Sunshine, situate on the; south side of  Sheep creek about two and one half  miles from the Yellowstone; In the sec-  o_!d John J. Malone transferred to  Godfrey Biitsch the Summit claim on  Coon cfeek. _> ."  On the English Turf.  ' NEWMARKET, November 1.���Russet  Brown (J. Reiff) won the flying handicap plate of 102 sovereigns at the Newmarket Houghton meeting today.  Mountain Daisy (Clem Jenkins) won  a free handicap of 100 sovereigns.  Teetotum (J. Reiff) won the Criterion  Nursery handicap of 5 sovereigns each  with 200 sovereigns added.  ��� The business men's lunch at the Imperial Cafe, from 12 to 2, is the best in  the city. Price 25 cents.  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.  H.  S & 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.  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Blowers,   Exhausters,   Hand   Shaft  Pumps,  Pipe and  Fittings Steam   Packing,   Leather and  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  GOING OUT OF BUSINESS  I have taken an inventory of  the balance of my stock and  find that I have over .$3000  left. . This  is   more   than   I   ex-  c  pected, .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  IF BROWN SOLD ITIT'S GOOD  Fountain Pens  1 Have you, ever tried one ,  of our fountain pens? They  are not the cheap kind that  blot and skip and scatter  the ink, but  they  always  write,   and   write smooth.  The  prices, ra nge  from,  $2.50 to $12.00 and every  pen is guaranteed.  Highest  awards  at   World's   Fair, ]  Chicago. ,  '  BROWN BROS   OptiC!ans-and-Jewe!er3.   -**��*���* i********************j_  B_.KE_t STREET  NELSON  IF BROWN SAID SO IT'S RIGHT  a? The Imperial Cafe Is open day and  public are cautioned to look out for Is J night as a short order restaurant It of-  posing as a mining engineer, having an- I terB pis best service in .tbe dty.  for sals:.  $2600���Furnished houso containing 5 rooms'  bathroom, otc. Pleasantly situated. Two  lots.   Putt cash, 'balance easy terms.  $1000���House ana lot. Houso contains 4 rooms,  bathroom, otc. Centrally situutod. $000 cash,  balance monthly payments. '  $1726���Five-room cottage.**��� Hall, bathroom and  pantry. One and a half lots, foncodund laid  down in clover.   Vory easy terms.  FOR RENT.  Houses and cottages in all parts of tlio city.  FOR   SALE.  Lots in Ashnola   -       Lots in' Camborne  10,000 shares Simillcamcen Valley Coal Company nt 35 conts.  10,000 sharos Imperial Minos Co. at 6 cunts.  20,000  shares   Royston Gold Minos Co. at  6 conts.  REGINALD J. STEEL  Phone 278. , Official Broker.  OEETIFIOATE  OP  IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE.���Vormont mineral claim, situate ia  tho Nelson Alining Division 'of West Kootenay,  District.  Where located: On the west fork of Rovor  Creek, throe and one-half miles south of Kootenay River.  TAKE NOTICE thnt I, N. F. Townsend, acting as agent for Albert L. Vcller, B55789; Herman  L. Keller, _Wi5788; and Frcdorick S. Algiers, b_2<557,  intend, sixty days from the dato hereof, to apply  to tho Alining Recorder for a Certificate of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Crown  Grant of the above claim.  And further tako notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced beforo tbo issuance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Dated this 13th day of October, A.D. 1001.  N. Fi TOWNSEND.  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE.���Irao mineral claim, situate in the  Nelson Mining Division of West Kootenay District.  Where located: On tho east 'slope of Wild  Horse Mountain, about one mile southwest of  tho Eliso. ������'���-.  '   i.  TAKE NOTIOE that I. N. F. Townsend, act-  Mi  Mi  tb  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  tb  tb  Mi  tb  Mi  Mi  Mi  tb  tb  Mi  Mr  Mr  Mi  Mi  Mi  ib  tb  Mr  Mr  Mr  tb  Mi  tb  tb  Mr  Mr  Mi  tb  <V-  Mi  ib  Mr  Mi  Mi  tb  Mi  ���v  for style,  finish and  prioes in  millinery;  ETC., CALL  ON MRS. E.  tMeLAUGH-  rLIN, WEST  BLOCK, BA-  KERLSTe^L^  Ml  Mi  Ml  Ml  tb  tb  Ml  tb  tb  Mi  tb  Mi  tb  Ml  tb  tb  tb  Mi  tb  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  tb  tb  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  tb  Ml  tb  tb  tb  ib  tb  Mi  tb  tb  Mi  #  ********.***************&  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AND VERNON STREETS  KOOTENAY./..  QOFFEEOp.  ************************  'Coffee Roasters    .'. -  Dealers ln Tea and Coffee "   .  *************** *********  _.  "We are offering at lowest prices the best  grades o Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Oar Best, Mot ha and Java Coffee, per  pound  5  40  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choico Blend Cofl'ee, i pounds ..'  1 00  Special E'and Cofl'ee, 6 pounds  1 OO  Rio Blend Colfee, 0 pounds  1 00  Speolal Blend Ceylon,Tea, por pound -  SO  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE 00.  Telephone 177.'  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  BEAI ESTATE  AND  agent  sNo.:  ���'_  ing as agent for Edward Baillie, free miner s ccr-  tific '   p'    -      -  a Certillcate of Improvements, for the purpose'  icatc No. B56165, Intend, sixty days from tho-  dato hereof, to apply to the Mining Recorder for  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  We cony a complete stock of  Ocast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  INSURANCE BPiKEBS  Agents for Trout, Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) FalrvJ.ew Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J. Tay-ior safes.-  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's tirae without interest  Ward Bros.  833 West Baker Street, Nelson.  '  Porto Rico Lumber Go. Ltd,  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS      ���  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT   THE .MANHATTAN.  AT   THE   MANHATTAN.  OYSTER COCKTAILS '  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS '  '   AT  THE  MANHATTAN.  AT  THE   MANHATTAN.  p-_-rx_n_mT-TT-nr_TT___-_:xi--__ini_ixnax--nra:  THEO MADSOIN  MANUFACTURER Oh-  TENTS AND AWNINGS  P. O. Box 7G NELSON,  B. O.  ii-'iU-iuBunmBamumm-  TXT__-_CXX-_-l  l-tXU,  IMPEBIAL BREWING COMPANY  EMERSON & REISTERER.  BREWERS OF.THE BEST  LAGEH BEER  STEAM BEER  AND PORTER  of obtaining a Crown Grant of the abovo claim.  And further tako notice that action, undor section 37, must bo commenced before too isaaance  of such Certificate of Improvements.  Datod this 2Gth day of August, A.D. 1901.  J?. F. TOWWSKND.  The   Manhattan  JOSEPHINE STKEET  ALL THE BEST BRANDS  UQUOR8 ANP CIGARS.  When you want the Best, ask for  IMPERIAL BEER.  R. REISTEKER & CO.  ' B-taWK-KS A-TO BOXTtBRS OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular delivery to tbe trade*  BKEW-M-Y AT NE__SO_t  --It-lTIl.-*,-

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