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 .   *  i   .*. i"  ��� ."*:���< s':;  j      -    /  . '       .---itl  - rW  ESTABLISHED   1892  THURSDAY MORNING,  SEPTEMBER  19,   1901  DAILY EDITION  THE GREAT CURTIS PASS  ENGINEERS REPORT IT A JUMPING OFF PLACE.  Jim Hill's Subsidy Shouting Politician  ' Has Discovered a Pass a Railway Could Not Reach.  GREENWOOD, September IS.���[Special to The TribuneJ���Arrangements  havo been made tor the British'Columbia Copper Company to supply oro for  fluxing purposes from its Mother .Lode  mino to the Hall Mines smelter at Nelson. The manager of the smelter recently visited the Mother Lode, and took  from its big quarry samples of ore,  which upon being tested was found to  bo suitable for iluxing the oies that are  (treated at the,Nelson smelter. Shipments of this ore will commence right  1     away.  i Information has been  received   from  the Similkameen to the eitect that the  / pass through the Hope mountains, which  it is stated Smith Curtis had discovered  and to which alleged acheivemeut much  , publicity was given, is not a practicable  one, except at the cost of a heavy grade^  and much zig-zagging to get up the  western slope of the ��� mountain 1 auge.  It is asseited that Smith Curtis did not  ' sufficiently lealize that at the, western  end of his so-called pass there is a considerable tall, ,which .almost constitutes  a jumping oft,place. -,  *. Government agent McMynn is oilenng  a lcwaid of -.250 for evidence that will  convict the robbers, or any of them,  who on ,the night of the 3rd instant robbed 1. .ed Kaiser and other persons 'in  ---the Commercial"hotel, ,i_holt/ of money  and-jewelry valued at about $2000. So  far as is;known, the police have not suc-  - ceeded m finding any clue to the identity of the robbers.  ln connection with the deeply- lament-  1' ed death of   lato   president 'McKinley,,  United    States '.citizens    resident  '1111  ,   Greenwood are making arrangements to  liold memorial services   in greenwood  ,   tomorrow (Thursday) night.    The 'Auditorium, which is the largest public haU  in the town, has, beeu secured,"and steps  - are being taken,to'make'this tribute of  respect to the -memory of the late pres,'-  ��� ldent as "fitting' a public exprcssi-on ot  ���, appreciation--of" his -statemarishi'p' and  many good qualities*-'as-it is-possible" for  this community to do. Although--the arrangements "are of .course in the hands  of United States citizens, the service w-.ll  be largely attended as well by i-ritian  subjects.  o'clock in the works of the Northport  smelter. Stone was immediately removed  to the hospital, where both of his eyes  were found to be filled with tho metal  and dust, which was raised from he  floor by the explosion. The ball of his  right eye was burned by a piece of the  hot metal, which also badly burned the  outside of both lids. The injuries are  extremely painful, but it is not considered that the man will lose the 3ight of  cither eye.  Disastrous Railway Collision, ,  BROCKTON, Massachusetts, September 18.���A switch improperly set brought  a passenger aud freight train together,  with the resultant deaths of six passengers on the passenger train 'arid injuries  to 25'others, this afternoon, on the mam  line of the New York, New Haven &  Hartford railway at Avon. The passen-'  gel* tiam left Boston at 1:08 p. m. and  it was running forty miles an hour at  tho time of the accident. ���    _  THE PRINCETON COAL FIELDS  NEW DISCOVERY ON LAND HELD  B7 NELSON MEN.  Fauquier Sentenced to Two YearB.  REVELSTOKE, Septemder ' 18. ���  [Special to The Ti ibune.]���Fauquier  plead guilty in the county c'ourt today,  aud was sentenced to two years imprisonment in the penitentiary.  Suggestion  Made   That   the   Owners  Give Some Attention to the Pros-, .  . i    *"'"���*,.*"*  '  pecting of Their Leases.*-  CRANBROOK'S RACE  MEET  Rossland Local News.  ROSSLAND, September 18.���[Special  tc The-Tribune.]���Henry Bratnober, tne  _3an Francisco mining engineer, repio-  senting the Le Roi controlling interest,  has returned here and will lemaiu unal  xne arrival of director __ecneville Horn  i_ngland. Twenty-four strike breakeis  -came up from Northport this alternoon.  Other than this there was no particular  change today in the strike situation.  A special parade and memorial service  ���will be held tomorrow in memory of tne  late president Mckinley.  i "ROSSLAND, September 18.���[Associated Press.]���Henry Biatnober, the eminent mining engineer, spent this afternoon in the Le Roi nunc. During the afternoon he said "The equipment of the  mme is perfect, exceeding in efficiency  that of any mine that 1 have ever seen.  The property is thoroughly developed,  and the working conditions on a par with,  the equipment and development. The  J_e Roi is dry and exceptionally woll  ventilated throughout. These conditions  nuist commend themselves to the woi Icing miner as assuring him such comfoit-  able surroundings while at work as arc  seldom found in any of the mines, big  or little, in the Rocky Mountain regions.  In view of all these circumstances, r  cannot account for the fact that the  miners employed m this mine and earning the wages paid by the Le Roi could  justify their position in connection with  the late strike."  Erown Defeated by Gilford.  NEW WESTMINSTER, September 18.  ���[Special to The Tribune.]���Richard  McBride's man Giliord defeated J. C.  Brown, provincial secretary today. Tho  election was a hot one. Brown was supported by Aulay Morrison, M. P., ahd  the other leading Liberals; but was opposed by the Presbyterian church, the  libhcrmen and Mackenzie & Mann's  ���ack. Eleven hundred and nine ballots  ���were cast, ot which Gilford leceived 5>.'  +n Brown's 511. Theie were 35 spoilo.  ballots. Gilford's majority is 52.  Green for Minister of Mines.  "VICTORIA, September 18.���[Special  to The Tribune.]���It is rumored hero  this afternoon that R. F. Green, M. P.  P. ot Kaslo, Jiad been offered the portfolio ot niinistc. of mines and that he had  accepted. This will be a surpnse to McBride and Tatlow, >yho have been count  ing on Green as one ot tho opponenro  ot the Durismuir-Martin amalgamation.  Sm.lterman I jured at Noithport  NORTHPORT,   Washington,   September 18.���[Special to The Tribune.]���F.  R. Stone, an employee, was badly burned  Will Be Attractive.  John' Huchison of Cranbrook arrived in Nelson yesterday from Rossland where he has " been boosting" tor  the Cranbrook Mining, . lndustral , and  ������Agricultural show which opens" in that  city on the 25th instant and runs for  thiee days; "Hutch," as" he is best  known in the town that he hails fiom, is  the most plausible advance man that  has struck Nelson tor some, time. He  is good enough to go before a Gray-Sell  *_n*cus and still (make money tor "his  principals. This being understood it>  is easy .to understand* that' in boosting  tor a show, the equal in point ot merit  with that which is being provided - by-  the people ot Cranbrook, "Hutcn" has  an easy thing.    * " ,'  He says there will be room for everybody at the Cranbrook circus. There  will be a matchless display ol- minerals  for the man whov has money to invest  and does^nct know where to place it,  and there'will be horse iaces of all kinds-  tor those who have no .money and are  in seaich ot an easy way of making tit.  Even the politicians who have' been forced out ot - business ,-by. the stress of  *�� eathc i\ and circumstances have not  been forgotten. For th en* "benefit a monster .agricultural "display "hasw been pro--  vided and they will'be "given- an" oppor*^  tunity of seeing whether they are^ the  biggest pumpkin in the patch or 'not.  And the lawyers and mining promoters  who think they know all about the raisin*; of "pups" of all lands are' to be  bi ought together in a dog show. This  is what "Hutch" says, and he has sold  town lots too long m boom towns, in  East Kootenay to toy With the truth.  The first day of the Cranbrook meot-  lii**: is to be'given over to the farmers,  the lawyers and mining promoters, and  others without money. The second and  'third days are reserved ior the horse  racing, the programme being split about  even .on running and trotting races. For  the running races prizes aggregating  ��.400 have been hung up and the management of the show have ���> already received entries from well known turf men  ~in~CalgaryrMcLeod;~ancrPincher Creekr  as well as fiom Butte and Great Falls.  It is understood that the purses hung  up by the show committee will be supplemented by side bets by the owners of  the respective hoises so" that a lively  meeting may be expected in the running  races. The events on the programme  call for a mile, live-eights, and one-  ���halt', free-for-all, as well as a half with  owners up.  1 The trotting events call for a three-  minute class and a ffee^tor-all. It is  expected that the entries in these events  will be chiefly local and Calgary horses.  In connection with this portion of the  programme there will be an exhibition  by Dr. M the guideless pacer. Dr. M is  a horse of 27 years of ago which formerly ad a very good record and its present performance will be the circling of  the tiaclt in a trotting heat without a  driver. The old horse will score repeatedly until it receives the word to go,  and at any time can be brought back  by tbe staiters bell. ^Tho horse is  nearly 17 hands high and is owned by  E. J. Peltier of Cranbrook, which by the  way is not.prounced "pelter." .  In the bench show there will be  prizes, first and second, for every breed  of dog. In connection with this part of  the show Dr. Armstrong of Nelson has  offered a spcial prize of a $25 medal for  the best dog in the show.  Mr. Huchison says that the track  at Cianbroook is the west in the west  with the possible exception of that at  Vernon. It is a half mile, and has every  convenience for the horseman He expects a large number of visitors from  Nelson to tho show. The leturn fare  $4.80 and passengers leaving Nelson at  10:30 m tho evening can take breakfast in Cranbrook. Returning the train  leaving Cranbrook at 4 o'clock in the  afternoon makes connection with the  steamer at Kootenay Landing, which  brings Nelsonites home at 11.30 the  same evening. "Hutch" says there, are  enough dog fanciers in Nelson to make  the show a success if they could all be  brought toe-ether, but ho fears that they  would not forego their chance of saying  they Individually have the best dog in  the province for any bench show on  earth. Pie left on the boat last evening  to prepaie against tho coming of any  PRINCETON, September* 16.���[Special  to  Tho  Tribune.]���Nelson  and  Slocan  'shareholders ih the Similkameen Valley,  Coal' Company will be pleased to learn  of the discovery of an extensive seam  of coal on one of the locations under  lease by the concern. Yesterday m compauy with Frank Aikens, a local shareholder and the discoverer of this seam  or seams, the correspondent'of The Tribune visited the showing. Since the find  has became Known aiound town much  interest has been manifested and several  people have'been out to look at it. The  concensus of opinion is that the discovery is a remarkable one. The coal was  found in the bottom and along the bank  "of 'a* small'creek covered by dense underbrush. No work* has been done to de-~  termine how extensive it is, but forva  distance of fully, 100 feet along the creek  the coal ���has been exposed. What thickness the seam.,or seams may have-itas  impossible to say. In places, however, a  conservative estimate of from 10,\to 2t_  feet of solid coal is most probable/The  coal knocked off by a hand pick is clean,,,  has va  conchoidal   fracture   and   gives  every indication  ot  being-high'grade.'  It seems a pity that some effort is" not  being made, to prospect, the land, under,  lease by this company, especially now  that coal has been found on the surface.  It has been stated that, ample funds were  on hand, or forthcoming���to develop tne,  concern's   holdings,   some - 7680   acres.1  Again one reads that of this-acreage  five locations���3200^ acres���had .been ac-  quiied by an Eastern Canadian syndicate, -and the "money for the'piirchasevof  the leases put up, subject to affavorable  report- by an expert to' be sent out" to  "examine" the ,coal,measures. Meanwhile,  it remains tor a local shareholder without instructions apparently,' to '-go, ahead  and prospect for coal. This he*has done  so successfully that'there should now be  no delay in getting/down to development ->   .      - ,  r_j;    K'-...r  V It- might -be pointed'out for" ���the beri-  ;efit of, those'intersted in the'coal measures that it-was not^the intention of the  . trainers of the Coal Lands Act that expensive areas of coal land should be coi-  alled simply for   speculative  purposes,  b'y the payment of a nominal annual lee  of $50 per 640 acres.    The Act intends  .that the land-located should   be "prospected continuously, and-if, at the expiration of five years, it is desired by  the lessees to purchase same, it is possible to do so on payment of $5 per.acie  In other words a bona fides has to be  'shown in connection.with the prospecting and development" ot the coal measures, else the^lease is subject to forfeiture.       ,  Arthur Hicklmg, mangmg director of  the Vermilion Forks Mining & Development Company is reported to be in Vancouver arranging tor the shipping in  -of-a-drilling-outfitr���Thls-coriipany-hab  done ^the most work m the distnct,--  and has opened up ar 20-foot seam of  'excellent domestic coal. The mine is  on the south.bank ot the Similkameen  nver within a tew minutes walk of the  center of town. Two tunnels have beent  duven in on the seam and quite a lot'  of coal taken out. This coal is sold  locally at !j>- pei ton. With the aid of  the boring outfit prospecting the land  at depth is the progiamme mapped out  for the iall months.  Alexander' Sharp, M. E., of Rossland  has unfortunately been sick since his arrival in camp, but is now recovering. To  the correspondent of The Ti ibune, Mr  Sharp stated that his mission heie was  to start work on the land under lease  to the Vancouver Coal Syndicate. The  syndicate has, during the summer, been  exploiting with the aid of a drill, the  {'coal measures at Hamilton Hill, In..the.  Nicola district. What success attended  the operations in that section cannot  be ascertained, as Mr. Sharp has yst  to visit there. Before going north"'he'  intends to place men at work ��� pn "the1  coal measures lying between the Similkameen and tho Tulameen rivers���in  the heart of he coal basin. ,     Y'Y*:';fy  'Ex-governor Edgar Dewdnoy, head of <  the    provincial    government's    survey  party, locating a pass through the Hope  rAnge of mountains, suitable   for.jthe*  construction of a railway]   is iri*.'town..,  He'Teports that rapid progress is being  made in the survey of what is known-as  Railroad pass near the headwaters yof-i  ���tlie Coquhalla   river,  ��� Engineer  Frank''  Moberly, who had charge of the survey  down the   eastern   slope   has" already,  reached  Otter  Flat,  on the Tulameen*  river,  18 miles west ot town.    On the  western side of Hope lange the force  surveying down the  Coquhalla is also  making good progress.    Sometime this  week the whole force operating on the  eastern slope is due to arrive in town,.  when a preliminary survey will be mado  of the passes known   to   exist  at   the  headwaters of Roche river and the Similkameen river.   Mr. Dewdney may aho  dispatch a small force to investigat the  country at the head of Coldwater river  to the north of Railroad pa_s.    Thi3  section was   gone   over   hurriedly   by  chief engineer Carey, who was favorably  impressed with its possibilities for rail-  straightening'of the" Summit City camp  and Roche river^camp trails has commenced. For each an appropriation of  r?500 was provided, and though the  season is well advanced, and the prospector has completed his assessment, it  is nevertheless good news to claim owners to know, that the long promised improvements are to' be made. Road foreman George Goldsborough r will personally superintend the work ' on the  Roche river trail*; while Dan Ross, one  of the pioneer prospectors of Summit  City camp will be in charge of the' trail  ���>leading toLthat.camp. \_      ,      y  ,      , . .   -   "~- ������ <���'   -�����       v *  The Czar in Paris. ���  '  fs PARIS,'September ]8���The arrival .of  emperor Nicholas m France was celebrated tonight by a general illumination of ..the city.^ The Elysee palace, all  .public' 'buildings/ JLall, theatres, *many  'churches"and numerous busmess",houses  were ablaze with1 rows of flaring gas  jets and other ornamental devices were  to be'seen everywhere. r  THE MARTYRED PRESIDENT  ONE CONTINUOUS OVATION  THE   DUKE   AND   DUOHESS   OP  YORK AND CORNWALL  Are God-Speeded From Quebec, Cheered  ', en Route, and Enthusiastically    .,  Welcomed in Montreal.    *  HIS REMAINS REST IN THE COURT  HOUSE AT CANTON.       ' ���  ,  .Today"They,Will--Bex Followed WtHe''  ""Grave by Thousands'Who Mourn >  '.-VV the Country's Loss. ���\n V  \  ,     ___,___* , w1-�� have nerve enough to set their dogs  about the head and face by an explosion j Up against some that lie says he knows   road construcUdn.  /^.-mf-dtm.-me^ y i-7-'JU'h^-.m^_m\^'i0iBUiBeviA^iuia  ��� ,-CANTON,-,Ohio -.'September 18. ���The  tfuneral' train1" beaung the  remains   of  president McKinley arrived at 12 o'clock.  ^Itjwas'j-met, by' judge J Day at the head^  'of the' local 'reception committee, while  assembled about the station was the en-*  tire militia of*, the state Mrs .McKinley,  ,weeping ^piteously; was helped from, the  ttrainvbV'Dr.'"Rixey and Abnei McKinley?  s andAconducted 0 to a carriage and 'was  , driven rapidly to her home The other  .relatives followed her. _ ne remains were?  then .lifted from the^ catafalque and car-*  rid* on "the shoulders uf the'bo'dy'car-j  ri ers   thiough   a ^gangway formedj by  president   Roosevelt   and ' his   cabinet  to tho waiting hearse. The surrounding  (soldiery   were   at^ present/.arms   and  bugles sounded taps.-'The president and  the cabinet then entei ed carriages. They,  ^were^fbllowed fby"the .guard'of honor,  , headed by 'admiral Dewey and general  Miles m .lull uniform, and the sad pro--  cession moved, up Tenth street, m the  direction of the Court House, where the  body was to lie in steie  Soldiers at intervals all the way kept*back the immense ciowds. The procession passed all  the -way  beneath  arches   draped  with  black. .Afthe Court House it was deposited within the central chamber. President Roosevelt'and the'members of the  cabinet were the'first-to pass by the bier  fojlowed .by the highest officials of the  army  and   navy,   senator   Hanna,   and  many others high in public life  Later  the public was admitted to the chamber'  and^ thousands   vieweu   tlie 'remains.  Mrs. McKinley stood the trip very well,  and soon after ai riving at her old home  went to sleep.  CANTON,    September    18.���Tenderly  and reverently those who had known  Wilhamj_.McKinl.ey,. __best_- received _Jus_  maityied body into~their city. They had  foi gotten the illustrious career of the  statesman m the loss ot a great personal  friend,   who  had  grown   dearer  to  them with the passing of years. They  hardly -noticed   the   president   of   the  United  States and his cabinet, or the  generals ,or the admirals in their  te-  splendent    unifoims.    The    beautifully  draped casket which contained the body  of their friend and fellow-townsman had  all their thoughts He had left there two  weeks ago this very day in full stiength  and manhood, and the train brought him  back dead. The only house in this sor-  low-stricken   city,  strange  as   it  may  seem,   without a touch   of   mom ning  drapery, was the old familiar McKinley  cottage   on   Noith   Market   street,   to  which so many distinguished meh in the  house   have  made  pilgrimages   in "the  days that have gone. The blinds were  drawn, but there was no outward token  of the blow that had robbed'it bf its  most*';.precious possession.; Tlie; flowers  bloomed on' the lawn* as they did two;  weeks' ago. There! was riot even; a bow  of crepe on the' door when "the stricken  widow was carried by Abner McKinley  and Dr.y Rixey into the darkened home,  from* which the light for ;her had flown  forever. *:':.��� Y.*": Y' ^Or-v"*'..'  ���The funeral' services will take place  tomorrow--'at' 1:30 ��� at" the-'First M. E.  church, of which; the- martyredy president was a, communicant }and, trustee.  They���.���will;*be-brief,:iby''"..the-expressed wish  of the family! -   y>ZZ7--Z.-  '  y .The number arid beauty'of floral tributes that' are arrIvirigYsurpass belief.  Flowers are literally coming by the ton.  The facilities bf the' little "city" of Canton are simply inadequate'to care for  the thousands. who.are here,. much less  the other thousands who are on the way.  The population of Canton is about 31,-  000, but it is expected *that over 100,000  .people will be here tomorrow. Fortunately members of the senate.and house  will not arrive until tomorrow. President Roosevelt, his navel aide, captain  Cowles, secretary Root, and assistant  secretary Hill, are at the spacious residence of Mrs. George D. Harter on Market street. A company'of Ohio militia  guards the house. The other cabinet officers arid generals and admirals comprising the guard of honor are also at  private residences. President Roosevelt  and the official party will start back on  the return journey to,Washington at 7  o'clock tomorrow night  - QUEBEC, September 18.���The scenes,  this morning upon the departure of the  duke  and  duchess  for   Montreal were  almost a repetition of ^ those witnessed  on' their arrival in' Quebec on Monday.  At 9 o'clock the royal party, landed tfrqm  the Ophir amid booming of cannon'from  the  fleet  and   the   Citadel,   and   from  King's wharf lode through St. Peter and  iSt. Paul streets to the'e. P. R. station.  Their progress was one continuous.'ova-'  tion. At the railway station to ^see them  off or to accompany, them were all the  notabilities,5 including lieutenant.gover-.  nor' and lady Jette, sir Wilfrid Laurier, and others, besides a vast' crowd of  spectatois,  who  cheered  as .* the' * train  drew out at 9:45. This ended'the royal  visit to Quebec, and it is^satisfactory to  know that it passed off most successfully and without unpleasant''features  of rany.kind,/considering that'there'were  at' least 50,000 strangers in the'city.  ������ '  \ Dinner was,held last eveningion board*  the Ophir. Those commanded to be" present were lord and lady Minto," his honor  the, lieutenant   governor >and*������'madam  Jette, sir Wilfrid Laurier, Hon. N. Parent, mayor of Quebec, Hon. Mr..Acham-  bault,'premier of the province', "and the  personal suite of'their royal highnesses.1  Last'evening the general.'illuminations  of the city weie repeated'and the naval  "display took place. It is no exaggeration  to say^ that a, finer sight < of, its kind  could'hardly be, seen anywhere. ,  \     -       i  .'    '    ~Si    -*������',  ' -1 MONTREAL, September, ��� 18 ��� The  duke and duchess <of Cornwall journeyed from, Quebec^to Montreal today.  The-special'tiam was^ in charge of lieu-  , tenant-colonel A. P. Sherwood of the  Dominion police and W R. Baker of the  Canadian Pacific railway, who will make  the entire trip with the party, and president Shaughnessy was also on board to  see it-fairly started 'on the 'transcontiri^  ental journey.' The ''royal   special  was  the night. As a further mark of respect  to the American people rn their mourning, there .will be no public functions tomorrow. The duke is to receive a degree  at the McGill university, and he and the  duchess will make a number of private  visits.  MONTREAL,^   September  -18.���Montreal's; welcome to the uuke and'duchess  of York left nothing to be desired. Three  hundred    thousand   people   lined   the  streets^ through which  the' royal pro-  cession'passed, and gave the royal couple  a continuous ovation. There has never  been anything seen like it. The royal,  train -arrived   at   3   o'clock, amid   the  booming of cannon and1 the ringing of  church bells. As the royal party stepped  from the ^rain^they were.met J*y, his  excellency   the   governor   general,   his  worship the mayor, and the chairman of  the reception' committee: After a'short  conference,  the royal1* party .proceeded  through the station and appeared at the  entrance fronting on". Craig 'streef/This  was the signal for oae^ of 'the\wildest  and  most  enthusiastic ^welcoines  that  was ever given any visitor.to the'city.  Immediately  the  crowd*- shouted  itself  hoarse in a display of loyalty'"A"bright,  cool, and clear, day,- it could-not have  have been more suitable for the gathering of' enormous. crowds, t which,. surrounded the Place  Viger station, and  lined the route''of the royal procession,  though there'was a/considerable downpour., of   ram * "before a the '--procession  reached its destination. The progress of  the "royal visitors frorn the entrance of  the', station to the/raised dais was noth-*  ing short of a* triumphal riiarch>fThree,  miles of cheering'people showed the heir  apparent to the throne1 that Canada was  loyal.     . ��� tj ^ r ..'\'   ,..  '  1 Tonight lord Strathcona gave a dinner  im honor of the"duke- and duchess, 125  sitting down.  There was a torchlight*  ^parade, in which 5000 people"joined,-and'  a beautiful illumination of-the city:/The  streets were jam'med with* people "until  after midnight, the street ^railway, being  unable tq.,handle the /vast' crowd, though  ���every'car in this city*,was, out. Hacks  .could not'^be had for*loy,e or'money.' ',  ' ',   f.     '      " " *���    \ *  V i  '\,       (Pn_e Winners..,. ���=*  . MONTREAL, ��� September,' L8.���On'-the  occasion of ..the visit of their, royal highnesses, Jthe king has, been .'pleased tb  ��� confer, the ;following -honoris':,.-'To   be  knight commanders of the "order*of St.  Michael and St. George^���Sir John Boyd,  ������chancellor of Ontario, and Louis', Jette,  .lieutenant governor of Quebec.,.-.To���> be  .companions of the same.order-*^Joseph  Pope.funder secretary of state ;;*Dr. Peterson,^, principal   oi   McGill  university;  very  Rev.   George  Grant,  principal  of  Queen's college, Kingston;  Rev., Oliver  Mathieu,   principal - of / Laval; -, Oliver  Howland, mayor,, of Toronto; major F,  REVIVING AN  OLD: CAMP:  -"{* I  ���*-**-i  GOOD EETUBNS FROM PLACERS  o-    ON PERBT OBEBE./ -  4.4��fl  r I > < '? -ti'i'V.  i "    ���'j'*'^   v" -j* ^ v. r  Puts Benewed Life Into an Old Mining V-f^l  ���      ' * .'-���*���,     -s-V" v* ������_ *i'1��S;l  Town tWhich Flourished 'Nearlyi^th^A..  Forty rears Ago:; ^ r^f^���-"  tl.f.  proceeded by half an hour by;another'   o.��.   .' ' ���     . ., ���   ...  speciaOrain, which cairied lord Mintorr?.- Maude,-governor-general's secretary.  premier 'Laurier, and the members of the  Dominion" cabinet', and almost m company the "two speeded westward along  the loute The people came for miles to  yell and cheer or wave a flag at the  fleeting trains. The royal train made  but one stop of length during the day  and that was at Three Rivers. There  was a crowd of two thousand persons at  that point, gathered about the flag-  draped depot, and the city officials pres-  ented'themselves at the door of the special car Cornwall. The duke and duchess  appeared for a brief greeting, and as the  train swept through the railioad yard  they waved their hands at the crowd  The day was perfect and the ude down  the valley of ��� the St.�� Lawrence was  greatly enjoyed by the royal party.  The welcome at Montreal, which was  reached at 3^ o'clock, was an ovation  Thousands of"visitors had crowded_into_  the city to reinfoice the residents, and  they all  seemed to be massed in the  neighborhood   of   Place  Vige'*  station,  and the streets designated foi the couise  of the royal couple to the homo of lord  Strathcona placed at their disposal. The  duchess left the tram first, behind her  came the duke attended by the duke of  Roxborough   and   viscount  Ceieghton.  The duke wore the full diess uniform ot  a British admnal and his staff wore the  uniforms of their respective commands.  As the party left the train the battery  thundered out a loyal salute. Loid Minto  and his staff, premier Launei* and his  ministers,    with    mayor    Prefontalne,  garbed m the robes of his office, were  in waiting, and after the foim_l presentations the pai ty proceeded to a beautifully diaped stand in fiont of the depot, and under a banner inscribed, "God  Prajsper   Our   United   Empne,"   mayor  Prefontaino read an address of welcome.  The address expressed the.pleasure of  the people at the visit of the duke, arid  pledgd   their .loyalty   to   the.   crown.  The duke in replying referred to his own  two previous visits to the city and that  of his father, king Edward, in 1860, and  expressed hisy'thanks for the kindly re-  ception; given' hirii.' At the conclusion of  the address;. 140, veterans of the South  Africanywar, were.called into the stand  and presented*..with.', service medals. As  the dukeY handed each man his medal,  ���he briefly thanked him for his patriotism and valor. The crowds behind the  long line of troops cheered wildly.as the  rewarded soldiers filed from the stand..  At the conclusion of the ceremony at  the depot, the royal party were escorted  to their carriages under guard of military detachments. As they left the depot  750  school: children,   so  costumed  and  grouped as to form a living union jack,  sang "God Save the,King." Militiamen  lined  the gaily decked streets and at  frequent intervals graceful arches lined  the way. Every house showed its bunting, flag, br trophy of colors, and mottoes in French and English were every-  were displayed.The progress of the royal  party through the thronged streets was  a prolonged ovation. The municipal reception  planned  for  tonight in  honor  of the duke and duchess was abandoned  on account of the death of president McKinley, but the city was brilliantly illuminated, and there was a torchlight  procession and display of fireworks.  Rain fell during the evening but the  city kept up its merry spirit far Into  ���".Knight Bachelor���Ihomas G. Shaughnessy, president of v the * Canadian Pacific. Railway Company.    *  ������^������~-^-^���~~-     *  A Strike Causes a Eiot ' -  LONDON, September 18.���An alarming situation exists at Grimsby, 15 miles  from Hull, where a mob of locked out  fishermen this evening wrecked and set  lire to the'new offices of the Owners'  Federation, where the officers of the  fishing fleet were holding a meeting. The  owners escaped and the fire was extinguished, but the police were powerless  to quell the riot. A sti ike has been in  progress among the fishermen at Grimsby for several months. Four hundred  steam fishing boats are idle and.thous-  ande of fishermen and their families  have been suffering great hardship  Food has to be sent to them by sympa-  thetic committees.  Beconsidered His Former Action  CORK,    September   18 ���At   today's  meeting of the common council, alderman Cave handsomely apologised for the  references he made to the late president  McKinlev last Friday, when he opposed  a lesolutlon of sympathy pioposed b>  sir John Scott, declaring that Mr McKinley was no friend of Gicat Britain  He expressed regret at having taken this  attitude. The common _counc!l then  adopted a resolution expfessing abhorrence of the crime and sympathy with  Mis McKinley and the American  people.  Bar Association Adopts  Resolutions.  CHICAGO,   September   18.���The   Chi-  , cago Bar Association has adopted resolutions on the death of president McKinley which in brief are   as   follows:  "In the assault upon our chief magistrate^ we recognize a blow dealt at the  law arid administration of the law.   We  : join in sorrow at the deed, and we unite  In a resolution to co-operate to our utmost iri an effort to support and, where  necessary, to amend existing laws in the  future, to make sacred and secure the  person of our nation's chief executive."  ' -        Attempted Suicide.  , NEW YORK,' September 18.���Charles  F.-Jones, the valet secretaiy of William  Marsh Rice, whom Jones said ho killed  by adminlsterng chlorofoim made two  attempts' last night to commit suicide  Jones first tried to cut his thi oat with  the jagged neck of a large bottle which  he had shattered for the purpose Then  he fastened his head btween uprights of  his iron bedstead and tried to throw his  body off the bed and thus break his  neck. Both these attempts were frustrated by the police watching him.  Beth Low for Mayor.  NEW YORK, September 18���The committee of 18 of tho anti-Tammany organizations, which has been holding sessions for several days consulciing candidates for mayor to be submitted to  the general conference of organizations,  took a final vote tonight. The vote  stood for Seth Low, 17; for George L.  River, 1.  / Perrjr creek, which,in,the'*early/sixties was more or less famous^is" likelj  to 'come-to the front againiboth'.as.a  placer arid quartz camp^Suchcis the" prediction of John HutchisoV^of-^YCfan-  brookr, - who .passed, thiough JNelson^la_t  evening on; his way home.^In speaking  of the placer- posslbllities/o.-pthe"creek  to a'-Tribune representative.-.laat^evening, 'Mr: Hutchison ^said "that, there'-'was  at least one outfit <5n the* creek* that-had  a good thing: This was the^syndVcate  representated by 'n man^ named"'Thompson. ,This syndicate had' beeen^opefatlrig  on the creek forl>some', time, ^but^lfad  only'made a,strike-lately. The-'grqundfia  such that it,was-found,nece_saryAto'_ink  ^a shaft toVdepth of'80, (eetinVoraej^  reach bed rdclt, butVthe gravel^hes^are'  .getting will soon' compensate'.them*;for1;  all their expenditures. The syndicate has'  a hoist rigged/up whic_.t'is'--perate_1ijy^  ,a water 'wheel*and"they^are/moviri_;''dirt"  up for washing which is rich^enougr/to.  pay $19 per day,for each^bf,the 'eight nieii'  employed. .There 5ai e-a^number" off out-*  fits on the creek'that1^ are saidjto-be'fre-;'  ceivmg good returns, tbut.nonero'_"them";  are believed to equal'the'results.of.the*  Thompson syndicate, .'v^-^^^^^r^  ��� , In quartz mining ;on' thettcreekf^ttie1/  greatest success .-has been? scored, by/the"  rJnghsh .syndicate represented*by��_anie_'"  Laidlaw.'This" syndicate''has /performed"  a' great deal'ot^woikrthis,Jsu___aer.*{.A'f  tuunel has been run te^iorVdfstance of*  700 leet on a big strong ledge wh.ch\i_S  said to averageM^Cfeet in^ widthV/and^  the ledge is said tb give satisfactory goldf  assays throughout v.the ^greater -portion^  or it that has*"been?'bpeued'..upJby*?tiie'r  tunnel.. The' nature'vof ��� the' assays ''have-  not ���been, disclosedr'but, from/the fact':  that the owners of, the-property* put in, a*-,  stamp millet lsjsurrniscd.that. t_.ey_-.are .  ^entu ejy, satisfactory.'-The ledge :has' been i  ,traced'ori the surface-the iengtlr.of threes  'full claims. /The*' syndicate ' has"_��� been*,  working) in a^fashionrfor'the past"four;  or five years,-but never before on'theY  'scale of the present season, there being*  from 12 to li men constantly employed ���7��  upon.it. It'is'reported mat the mill" will'''  be erected this fall, and there is said;  to be^sufficient oie available for-stop-'  ing to keep a small mill running for as  considerable penod. (      , '       ,A.  As a result of the work now going on  upon the creek the old town of Perry*^ *�����-'  Creek, which saw its palmy days in the   "..,  sixties, is now being galvanized into life.' ;��>|  After several years of desertion it*now-* V\',-  boasts of a store and a hotel and" what"(''^��  is more to the point it has people to do    "'  business with, so that the hotel keeper'  and stoie keeper are not forced to live  on the i ecollections of the old days that  are gone.  While in Trail Mr. Hutchison saw a  carload���of���brick^making-^-machineryjr  which had been consigned to Marysville  by the Early Brothers of Noithport,  who have the contract for the manufacture of 1,250,000 brick, which will be  iequired tor the smelter to be built at  Marysville by the owners of the Sullivan group oi mines and their associates  in Spokane Marysville _- about 15 miles  out of Cranbrook on the North Star  branch of the Crow's Nest road, the  proposed smelter will have a capacity  of 150 tons of ore per day, and is to be  built chiefly with tho view of treating  the output of the Sullivan gioup. This  oro in comparison with that of some of  of the other mines is low gr_.de, sorted  shipments to the Trail smelter having  given net leturns, after deducting freight  and tieatment charges, of ?13.50 to the  ton, but thore are said to be very large  bodies of the oie, aud with a local smelter big leturns may be expected. The  brick for the smelter will be burnt this  fall and theie is some talk of a start,  being made upon the smelter, but in any  event the projectors of it will have their  townsite ready to go on the market.  At the North Stai mine Mr. Hutchison says a small force of men is at  work chiefly on development, although  small shipments are kept up regularly.  A big strike was reported from the pro- *���  perty a shoit time ago in driving a crosscut to catch one of tho ledges. This consisted of a strong vein of galena carrying good values, the existence of which  was not previously known  At the St. Eugene a crew of 75 men are  employed The property is not shipping,  but an extensive program of develop- <���  ment is being can led out. This includes  the sinking of a big triple compartment  shaft, which it is proposed to put down  for a distance of 500 feet, or 200 feet below the level of the lake.  ?r>M\  -- 'rm  --- rM  �� ���*.. ,i r  __ .   i'J_3 I  i - _l  'r-      "���*  M  rvl  "*.*���*  tr. I  Czar and Czarina Land in France.  DUNKIRK, Franco, September 18.���  The czar and czarina landed here at  2:20 p. m. President Loubet met the imperial couple at the gangway as the  Standart was moored to the quay, and  gave his arm to the czarina, who was  simply attlied, wearing a black hat  and a black serge dress relieved by a  magmficiont biooch and earrings of  splendid pearls and diamonds. She carried a silver mounted umbrella in her  hand. The czar wore the uniform of a  Russian admiral with the scarlet sash,  and insignia of the Legion of Honor. k .-3_00>��->-e-AtJtt.v"l *^i.-W*iH_9att_5_V5S^_^Va<J_*__flBfc��!^  THE JSTELSON TRIBUlirE,  THUESDAY MOKKTItfG,  SEPTEMBER  19, 1901  m*         to  to  to  to  to  m  to  to  to  OOIv3:^-A.2sr",!Z"  IMCOr-PORATSD 1670.  ��.��^&&&_&&&2Li__\U&S!i--*.  ???*i???"P*"*r*'y-ifl9;  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  WE  OFFER  MANY  LINES OF  LADIES' WEAR    BOOTS & SHOES  n ,-i,>-i-����iT,rjMmi��noa���� narn-ir��� -��cm mui .__���_-muii "��-BMa_rana  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  AT   GRH1ATL.Y   REDUCED   PRICES  Yfe wish to clear out onr present stock as much as  possible befoie ouv new goods arrive.. Watch our window display and noto the prices on the Furs.  FS BAY COMPANY  BAKER STREET, NELSOI., B. 0.  to  to  to  to  to  m  to  WALL  PAPER  Tliis is usually tho dull  season for Wall Paper.  But to keep it moving  wo havo wade up bnndlcb  of all lot. that havo run do-vn In quantity.  Wo place these on tale at prices thnt will certainly move thorn; original cost has boon quite  lost sight of in making tho price. In many of  these remnants tho quantity is bufllcient for  even a large room. The high standard of our  papers is now veil known and not often docs  an opportunity oiler to buy such papers at  from 5 to 12J cents por roll. If not ready to  paper just now anticipate _ our fall wants.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  NELSON, B. C.  '^feSe^^-SS^S* ito, ?$$'3^ip^'^&$'f[  r  V"'  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  .������ ________  'ASSAYERS' S'UPPLIES.  ~W. F. T*_ETZ_*_ i- CO.���CORNER OF  Baker and Josephine streels.7 Nelson,  wholesale dealeis in assajer's supplies.  Agents for Denver File Clay Company,  Dpnver, Colorado.      ���*,  '    COM^SIONJIERCHANTS; \  II.^TeVANsTss CO.���BAKER. STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealeis' in liquors,  cigars, i ement, hre'bij.k ami, fire ..lay,  v.ater pipe and steel rails, and geneial  commission mei chants. - -'    r*  _Dl_ECT_tlCAL   SUPPLIES.  KOOTJJSNAJ.     ELECTRIC    SCIL-PLy    is  ,-Construction   Company���Wholesale  dealeis  in telephones, annunciators,    bolls,,  batteries., eleetiic fixtures and appliances. Hous-  -ton Block, Nelfaon. .  ________'  '  -FRESH AND SALT MEATS.   ���  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WED-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  in Miners' Union Ilall. C. J. Clayton,  president, Alex. B. Murray, secretary.  - PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays in each month at Miners' Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. Walter R.  Kee, president; Henry Bennett, secretary.  PL -STERERS' UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening in the Elliot Block, at S  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; William  Vice, secretary.' P. O. Box 161. >,  of votes, for the Presbyterians are  strong In New Westminster. Two days  ago it was known that the fishermen,  who had always been supporters ot  .Brown, had agreed to support. Gifford  'In a town like New Westminster, a  man runmn*; for office does not know  where he is at until after the ballots are  counted. John Cunningham Brown,  provincial secretary, knows where he is  at this morning. '  '^* _&*-^Mf&*i&*l^'^,^,-^,**i_fe'l^ f&\    00*000-00.  000 .00. . 00 ,  ,00 .  to  to  9\  LADIES' SUNSHADES ��  _*        AT HALF PMCB. I  j      UMBRELLAS AT OUT ��  ��� PEIOES.  iiiniiiiiiniim.wv. iiuimrm  LACE ALLOVEES,  RIBBONS, VEILINGS,  DRESS TRIMMINGS  AT REDUCED PRICES.  - 00 ��� 00.  m  to  36 Bakep Street, Nelson.  riTTTTTT,TI-TIIli��TTriT��TITIirnItl��ltI,  W. AUTUMN  GOOD  .  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23., A. F. is  A. M. meets second Wednesday'in  each month. Sojourning- .brethren.  invited.  * ' n  NELSON ROYAL ARCH' CHAPTER*  No 123, G. R C���Meets third vWednesday.  Sojourning- companions invited. "George  Johnstone, Z.: E. *"'   "-*���-���"    ~   -*  W. Matthews,  S.' E.  P."'BURNS As CO.���BAJCER STREET,  Nelson, * wholesale dealers in _re_h and  cuied meats. Cold storage, s ���  .     *  ���*  i NELSON AERIE. NOr'22* F. 'O." E.-  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of  each month, at Fraternity* Hall.'.George  Bartlett, piesldent;, J. V.,,Morrison, secretary/ >*��� ' '-:       ' /  bl^V-  GROCERIES.  . ���  "_$_*< -> -A. _1A.-I_I_NA_-.1_ is' CU.���^uix_.\Ji.i.i. UF  ,Xsv ** Front and Hall streets,* Nelson, wholesale  ^^'i-grocers-and jobbers in . blankets, gloves,  gW!-"! mitts, boots, lubbers, mackinaws and min-  MfZv, ers^sundries ',  \  \t*7l)Vi i- KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, L1M-  ���i-v< t6 Ited.���Vernon street, 0 Nelson, wholesale  #/i--grocers.   J- .  '  ? _?, 7  'JOHN i CHOLDITCH'' Ss, .CO.-FRONT  street. Nelson, wholesale grocers.   li-*>. -J. Y.'GRIFFIN & CO ���FRONT STREET,'  af^V ; Nelson,,. wholesale dealers in iirovisions,,  ���if ���{ cured mpats. butter and eggs    "   LIQUORS AND DRY  GOODS.'  ' TURNER, BEETON. & CO -CORNER  Vernon and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers in liciuors, cigars and dry  goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee and'Calgary Brewing Company of Calgary.   ^  .KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7,-K. O. T. M.���  .Regular meetings first 'and third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir. Knights  are^coidlally invited to attend. Dr. W.  .Rose. R. K.; A. W.- Purdy, Com.; G. A.  Brown. P. C. ,   -,   |  ;    CLASSIFIED^DS. '.  SEWING MACHINES''OF ALL KINDS  ,'for/sale or re it at the'Old'Curiosity Shop.  - /   ' FOR  RENT..  SIX ROOM COTTAGE-TAT BALFOUR  to let by the month or for the-season Immediate possession. Good<- fishing. Apply  C. W. j Busk, _ Kokanee creek. Phone 6Ca.  Or to R. H. Williams, Baker street. Nelson.  The defeat of John Cunningham Brown,  provincial   secretary  in  the  Dunsmuir  government, means that premier Dunsmuir  blundered *in  caning on  one  of  Joseph Martin's supporters to become a  member of his official household. '   Can  he repair the damage -��� done, by acknowledging that he blundered? The Tribune  is of opinion that he, can.' Had he taken  the advice of The Tribune, .which was,  entirely disinterested, he would not be  today a discredited premier. Had he re-  constructed  his  cabinet, v and  replaced  tho useless timber now.'in'it iWith Green  1 of Slocan, Ellison of East Yale, and Tat-  .low of Vancouver, he would not be in  his present humiliating position.' It may  ���not: be too late to,retrieve the. ground  he has lost; but the people will say the  province must have a government op  party lines, and' the .sooner} such a^ government is installed the better it will  be for the province.       '.     '.������������?���.  to  9\  9\  to  to  to  to Call and see our Fall Mantles and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Felt Hats.  to Ladies. Furs, Ladies' Flanelette and Plaid Shirt Waists.  to ��� ��� ' ���       .  9\ WOOL MATTRESSES AND EIDERDOWN QUILTS  to  to  91  to  to  to  to.  "BARGAINS IN  VALISES  TRUNK3  ���AND  TRAVELING SAGS.  Irvine & Co.  to  to  First lot of jt\  to  to  NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY to  to.   to  9\  9}  LADIES' KID GLOVES  60 CENTS PER PAIR  SEE OUR WASH  KID GLOVES.  Lc  mmrmilllllmllimrlntllmHnf  36  Baker  Street  tSPT ^^P*' 7V&**.4K_\__to0 ^^_w**^_W_\90 *GK^4m___t0 ^_Bi-r'-flBto^4______^-_______^ ���4________r'-_a______P' -_______^-4i_____>r 4K^_\*r    a_B_f    "^_B> ^^_v^4M_fr 0*&n-0*u&>> >4Qk<*4ab' <4Q��---a ^tqy^^M^ 0  '00'00  JS-I  r*m  FOR SALE.  WINES AND CIGARS.  Z     CALIFORNIA WINS COMPANT, UMI-  * ted���Corner of Front and Hall streets, Nel-  Yon, wholesale dealers in wines, case and  bulk, and domestic and imported cigars.    ,  BUSINESS DIRECTORY.  ^ARCHITECTS;^^  A. C. EWART���ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  Aberdeen Block, Baker Street, Nelson.  >  CHOP HOUSE.  PIONEER CHOP HOUSE. JOHN  Spear, pioprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  Baker street, Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling  parties supplied on shortest notice.  DRAYAGE.  FURNITURE, PIANOS, ~SAFES, ETC.,  moved carefully* at reasonable lates. Apply J T. Wil&on, Phone 270, Prosser's second Hand (.tore, Ward street.  FURNITURE.  I). J. ROBERTSON & CO, FURNITURE  dealeis, undertakers and embalmers. Day  ���phone No _i92, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postollice building, Vernon street.,  Nelson.  TEAS.  WE HAVE'INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas In great variety, choicest quality. We make a specialty of blending teas  and sell them ln any quantity at lowest  lates.  Kootenay  Coffee  Company.  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Leg, Pan  Fired; in bulk or packages. Kootonay Coffee Company.  THAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  we are selling at 30 cents per pound is  giving the best of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootenay   Coffee   Company.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  ~FRfc,E MjfLjIiNG~GtHJ-Tl^^  We are anxloub to secure a few fi*te milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors'   Exchange,   Nelson,  13.   C,   Room  4,  K. W. C. Block.  GOLD, COPPER, ilLVER, LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send repoit  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B. C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.  JOTICES QF~MEETI_N-QS.  TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  ~u!l-^T-o''Tn^  Meets in Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at S o clock. Visiting  members welcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Wilks, secretary. Union scale  of wages for Nelson dlstslct per shift: Machine men *3 GO, hammersmen $3 25, muckers, - carmen, hhoveiers, and other underground laborers. $3. ,.    .:, *   ..   .  LAUNDRY ������ WORKERS.' UNION.���  Meets. a.t.Miners' Union Hall on fourth  Monday in every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  hi. B. Pape, president; A. yvyXMLcFee, aee-  retary.:     '���i-yX: XX '-*.'.-���, ������", ' ���' ' ���   '���'-���".   -.. ��� ���'  BARBERS'.'UNION, NO. ISO, OF THE  International:Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets drat and third Monday*  BREWERY HOTEL, SANDON, B. C.  Furnished throughout with all requirements for same. Apply to Carl Band.  New York Brewery,. Sandon.        -    -  HELP WANTED.  WANTED���FIFTY TIE MAKERS TIES  7x8, G-inch face Tops can be made Into  mining ties Price nine cents Fir, tarn-  rack, and jack pine. Apply - to Brecken-  ridge & Lund, Morrisey,* B. C.  ��� WANTED���GEMKRAL SERVANT. APPLY  at the residence of W. H. Jarvi-, Victoria street.  *ne*��r Josepl me. '  WAN'lJi.D-llKaPii<_rAJ3l,li! liJNINQ ROOM  pirl,' to go to Ferguaon Go.dpoo.t on. Wagon  Siu Apply Thorpe a*Co., Limited; Vernos  slreet, Nelson. ' r  WANTED���WaIIEK FOR MIMHi. S'iONH-  masona, odger for hawmill, laboreis, waitresse-,  girls foi hou*.e work. No son Jlmplojmont Axcn-  cy.   Phone 578.  ^^-SjTUATIONS^WANTED.  ASSAYER.i WITH" SMELTER AND  mine experience, requires situation, Keep  books, etc. Address W,-Box 578, Nelson   EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.  'HELP FURNUSHED^VRITEr~TEl-1!��  phone, telegraph or inquire Western Canadian Employment Ofllce, Nelson. Phone  270 Storage���1 have a large-warehouse for  storing household or other' goods. H. A  Prosser.  WANTED HELP OF ALL KINDS ���  Ordeis for help receive prompt and careful attention. R Purdy, Employment  Agent, Stanley street. Nelson Telephone  .1   P. O. Box 5S2.  ��Jte ��>vibnm  '    SUBSCRIPTION - RATES.  Dally by mail, one month %  50  Daily by mall, thiee months  1 J3  Daily by mail, six months  2 50  Daily  by mall,  one year  G 00  Daily by canier, one month 100  Dally by cairier,  three months 2 50  Dally by carrier,  six months  5 00  Daily by  carrier,  one  year 10 00  bomi-weol-ly  by  mail,  three months...    50  .St-mi-weeKly by mail, mx months 100  Semi-weekly  by  mail,   one  year 2 00  Postage to Great Biltam added.  ADVERTISING.   RATES.  Display Advertisements run regularly  per Inch  per month  $-1 00  It lun les.3 than a month, ptr inch per  insertion         25  ClasbiHed Ad. and'Legal Notices, per  v^oid for lust insertion       1  Foi each additiondl lnseition, per  word           1-2  Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month   ....    50  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, por line  per month       25  Address all letters���  THE   TRIBUNE   ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager Nelson, B. C.  Pai ties who arrived In Nelson last  night from the Coast, when shown the  returns of the New Westminster election, were not astonished at the result.  Member-elect .Gilford, has. several sons  who are lacrosse players and members  o�� the local'militia company. They are  popular and wield considerable influence  among the younger   element    On   the  By the election of Thomas Gifford. in  New Westminster, the'political standing  ���of the two national jpartieslin-'the leg-  (islative assembly   remains 'unchanged.  John Cunningham .Brown, 'who "was defeated," was a Liberal^as. is member-elect  Gifford.     Tha   Liberals   are: * * Clifford,  Hall,-= Gilmour, Curtis,' Martin," Murphy,  'jBootU ' Kldd,   Oliver,'' Munroe,.. f E.   C.  Smith, Stables,  Wells, , Hawthornwaite,  Mclnnes, and Neill-r-16.   The Conservatives are:    Taylor, Green, Houston, Ellison,), Fulton,  <A., W. . Smith;   Rogers,  Hunter, McBride, Tatlow, Garden, Helmcken, McPhillips, Eberts, Popley, Hay-1  ward, v Dickie," Mounce,    Clifford,  and  Dunsmuir���20.,.With' no political convic-^  rtiohs:  , Prentice���1. , Vacant:    One seat,  'in Victoria.   But the trouble is, Liberals  like Kidd and-Gilmour and Martin have  no use tor such'Liberals as Smith Curtis.     Conservatives"  like   Ellison   and  . _> . .  Green and Houston have no.use for'Con-I  servatives like Helmcken and McPhillips.   It would be unfair to hold a gen^'  eral election until a redistribution nieas-,  ...  ure is passed. ~ In ithe meantime 'the  country will jog along, if only the politicians and subsidy hunters can'be kept  quiet. They are^ almost as great an in-  Ulction as ^xaosquitoes vcr**���measles���orT  small pox or anarchists. )  The Associated Press'was used to dis-'  semmate the C. P. R. sidevOf its flght-  against the striking trackmen. As the  Associated Press is controlled in Canada by the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company, the 'company merely took ad--  vantage of using its own property to  fuither its own cause, which is what the  avcragetman*or corpoiation would do  under like circumstances. But when the  Associated Press is used, as it is being  used at Rosssland, to champion one side  of a fight between organized labor and  organized capital, it is about time for  the people to ask the question: "Where  are we at?" If the telegraphic news that  is read daily in hundreds of thousands  of homes in Canada is colored an distorted to further the interests of this  or that corporation, or this or that individual, how long will it be before Canada is a preserve for the few, much as  Ontario was when William Lyon Mackenzie raised a revolt, that ended in ridding that province forever of a family  compact of professional officeholders.  ft  ito,,  ito,'  MORRISON & CALDWELL  .   PROVISIONS  AND   PRODUCE;  OUR. LEADERS^- , ,.'    0   ^ ,  / " Thevwell-krown Newdale Creamery Butter ,  ' YY Z��� *'      Iu ��U sized packages and I-poundjbricka-,  September Selected!Ontario.Cheese.  Choice Matured Canadian Stilton Cheese ,  ",*-'* " Fresh Bogustown Ranc_v.Eggs  Sole-Agents.for RegalBrand Tea;-Coffee and Spices  Baker*; Street,  Nelson. B.. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  m  Bams  e: feeotson & co,  wholesale: liquors and cigars/  nelson? bbitish .columbia. ���' "  A COMPLETE L!j4E OF, CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  Eainer Sqattle) Beer,in pints and quarts.    Dogs Head Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts. - Kola "Wine, the best.Temperance drink,  Our Spaoial, Canadian Eye in 5s and 6s.   '   '  Dawson's Perfection SootohYWhiskey.     J-rranada.pure.Hayana Oigars-  TTiiion Oigars, a,full rangejnpricas.   Oards and Poker'-Chips.  Agents Brunswick-Balke Collender Billiard  Tables and Supplies.  A COMPLETE LINE OF  i _��� * .   t  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  , local and ooash *  Flooring*  looal and canst*.  1 ���   . Newel Posts ..  _,   '"     Stair Rail;  , \      . Mouldings,  * / ��� Shingles v; '  Rp'xigh and'  .  Dressed Lumber  Of all kinds.    '   -  nr what Torr -want ib not in btocb  '    we vat wj-kit it yon totj  OAibh and ear pbiobs.  RAT.L AND T.AK_ STRKKTS. KP7J40M  ��************ Hi ********** y**Hr  'ill  Ui  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  \H  _(  Hi.  Hi  *  ���Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  Hi  tb  Hi  Hi  Hi-  tii'  * '  9  9  9  :*  9  <i.************9t************^  THESE     ,   .  HOT DAYS  QUENCH.  YOUR  THIRST WITH  Anheuser-Bnsoh  Beer, Pabst (Mil-  wftukco Beer. Oul-  gary Boar, Rois-  t*.rer & Co, Beer,  Goanell Beer, aud  'Double Jersey  Buttoruillk.  f IVjANHAnAN  SALOON1 -  Double Jersny  '   BuLtermilk.  henby's wmm  APIARY l[m CHEENHOliSES:  Greenhouse and Bedding out Planta.  Lowest   Prices. .  Britshi' Columbia's provincial rights.  .Liberal leaders in opposition professed  to be the strong champions of provincial  riphts. They narrowed their appeal to  the people in the elections, of 189(1 to  this jewel In their platform. The Laurier government came Into power on a  principle which it does not hesitate to  violate. A province which is over-,  whelmingly opposed, to the employment  of Mongolian la,boi', which has given .effect to that principle in its statute books  and is forbidden by the federal authority  to close its. doors to undesirable people.  With all its pretensions of respect for  provincial rights the Laurier, government has disallowed more provincial  ineasures; than all the other governments of Canada combined. As a federal tyrant it has no competitor in the  history-of Canada.���Toronto Telegram.-  500 MEN WANTED  On the construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway ln the Lardo district.   .  HIGHEST WAGES PAID   .  In order to secure men without delay  ordinary labor will be paid 12.25 per day  and axemen $2.60 per day.  BBS SUPPLiaS. SEEDS, FERTILIZERS  Agricultural   implements,   fruit   baskets  and   crates,   fruit   and  ornamental   trees,  bulbs for fall planting.  \_  Catalogues Free.   ���.''MiMJ/.1,���/.1,.  300U Westminster Koad. ��f (^1.COUWCI f  s  +*****************&.-*****$ j"  ^  ARTHUR    qlBB' %  * MERCHANT TAILOR           "' 9  Hi 9  U( LADIES' TAILOR            'BAKKK 9 '  Hi MADE Simv.. *-    STIUCE1' Ji_A3T. 9  *. -.   '             .    ���- Jit  A. R. BARROW, A.MiI.C.E.  PROViNCiAk  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets,  P.  O.  Box 659. TELEPHONIC NO.* 95. '  **_�� ******************* i****&'  GOOD STATION WORK  CAN BE SECUKED.  The smeltermen at Northport are making a good fight against Bernard McDonald and Bela Kacush, notwithstanding injunctions and deputy United  States marshals and) imported strike  breakers. The smeltermen have the sup-  poit of public opinion in Northport,  which is pretty good evidence that their  cau&e is a just one, and they are getting  financial assistance as well as sympathy  from union men in. this province.  A Federal Tyrant.,  Liberalism which shuddered at the  thought of interfering. with provincial  autonomy, can have no relationship to  tho Liberalism.'embodied;in.the Laurier  government.    Tlie Liberal leaders who |  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 365. _    -  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Offlee:  Two Doors West C. P. R. Office.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agenta for Hard nnd Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Ooajpaay. Wnbhiuglon Brick, Lime & Mana-  -noturinfc Company. General commercial agents  and broke*..  AU coal and wood strictly oaah ,on doUvay.  For   further  particulars   apply  to   the  Nelson Employment Agencies or to        x  CARLSON & PORTER  CONTRACTORS.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSO/f  Tenders for Wharf Repairs.  R. REISTERESY& CO.  * i*1 "* f    ;_.   *  BBBWBBS _4in> BOTTUIBS OV  *���     -  FINE LAGER BEER, ALB  AND PORTER ,  Prompt and regular delivery to tbe trade.  BREWERY   AT  NELSON   .  The city council Invite tenders for repairing and enlarging- the city wharf.  Specifications can be seen and forms of  tender obtained at the city offices. Sealed  tenders marked outside "Tender for wharf  repairs" accompanied by a cash deposit  or accepted check for ��200 are required  be sent by 4 o'clock on Thursday next, the  19th   September  instant.   The  city  council  EAST KOOTENAY'S FIR ST  ANNUAL MINERAL,  AGRICULTURAL AND  INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION  ot each month in Miners* union nau at i otner nana, .erown naa a row witu nis    "tn���A������,,^+ ot _�����_<_ i���,���^��� .,��������� *��._,��,.,���  __m ��ha_ra   Vlaltimr members invited. JE. I _��� ...       __ .   _, __ I -stoowaguast at the inroads upon the sac- ]  MSto3fion;'presideiu; J. tf. Matheajon. ��x> J church, and its jpastor worked to defeat i red rights of itoaitoba are jujht busying j _^       _    _,  ^^^*attxi ** ft Ge*��ax' ""flfcwJjifcB, Tmtt^wua^mymua^ I .titers W^J^,tW%Vi*^,  THREE Di\Y3 OF   INSTRUCTION,   INTEREST   AW  ENJOYMEflT.  CR/\NBF{00K, B. C, SEPTEHBEfJ 25 to 27��� 1901.  The best program ever seen in the  coun-  (tiy. See posters and circulais for I arther  particulars. Mineral exhibit, ^ucklnj r contests, agricultural exhibit. _horse races.  Specially low return railway xatea irom  aUAodnta.  NELSONLIOENOE DISTEI0T.      * -  NOTICE Is heroby given that W.' S. Dpyle lias"  made application under the provisions of thg-  "Liquor Licence Ant,L lflOO',' for au hotel licence ��  for tlie North Star Hotol, at Hall, such premises  ,  having been provi*-   ly licencod under the name'  of tiiH.Aigouquin Hotel.,      t       .       '      ...-,'..  AmeotTng of the'jbfoard of Licence. Commissioner., of tho Nelson Licenco District will be  held to consider such application at the Couro  Houso at the City of Nelson on Saturday, the  twontj'-eightb. day of September, 1901, at the  hour of cIovpij o clock in thp. foienoon  W. H. BULLOCK-WEBSTJER.-  Chief Licence Inspector. -  Chief Constable's office,  JS Olson, B.C., September I3th, 1901.    ,  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT 00-OWNES.  To John J.* AIcAndrews or to any person  or persons to whom ho may have transferred his interest in the Black Diamond  mineral claim,  situate on the north side  of  Bear  creek/about "three  miles  from-  the town of Ymir,'lying south of and ad-'  joining the Evennig Star., mineral claim,  Nelson mining division of West Kootenay  ���   district,   and  recorded  in  the  recorder's  office for the Nelson mining division.  You and each of you are hereby notified  that   I   have* expended   two   hundred   and  twelve    dollars    and     twenty-five     cents  ($212.23) -in  labor and  improvements  upon  the above mentioned mineral claim in older  to hold. said mineral claim under the pro-  -  visions, of the Mineral Act, and if within  ninety 'days.from  the dato of this notice *  you tail- or refuse to contribute your portion of. all such expenditures together with  all cos'ts of advertising, your Interests in  the  said claims  will become  the property  of the subscriber under section 4 of an act  entitled,   "An  Act  to  Amend  the Mineral  Act, 1900.' JOHN DEAN.  Dated at Nelson this llth day of September, 1901.  TIMBEE LEASE NOTIOE.  ������Notice -is-^-hereby���given- that-in thirty"  days we intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands" and works for permission to cut and carry a\*-ay timber off the  below described lands situated on Lock-  hart eriwsk, one mile ana one eighth east  from Kootenay lake, commencing at a post  marked norli-iwest corner, running east  120 chains, thence north 10 chains, thence  east 120 chains, thence south 40 chains,  therce west 120 chains, thence south 10  chains, thence west ia) chains, thence north  40 chains to place of commencement.  NELSON SAW & VLANiXG MILLS, Ltd.  Nelson. B. C. August lBth. 1901.  notioeT -  NOTICE if hfreby piven that T inlend to npply  nt flic tiexr s.uii.g o' tlio Ho;.rd of License Oom-  misf-OTiorH for the City cf NfUon to bo he'd at  tho cxpirntlcn nf thirty dm*- fi om tho dato horeof,  for a tinnsforof th<* I'dnil Liquor Licenco row  hold by mo for tho pr<*miR'os knnwm a*, lhe  Hndeva Saloon, pitufifu on 'he PiiRt h.ilf of lot  nine ('>) in block one (1). in tlio .a il City of Nel-*  son. to William Walmsley nnd Kdwaid C. Davidson, hoih of tho said City cf Nel. on.  Dated this llth dny of Scnternbor. 1901.  W. G. ROBINSON.  Witnesp: E. C. Davidson.  NOTIOE.  Wobcglo notify tho morchftnts and business  men of Nelson that wo have purclinsed the busi-  irss and pood will of tho Pacillo Trnn.fcr Company, whioh ifc is our inter tion of incorporating  with the bit .Doss of the Nelson Freighting &  T&anBfor Company, wo remain yenrs  R. H. WILLIAMS,  Manager Nelson F. & T. Co.  NOTIOE.  THE    CASCADE    WATER,    POWER    6S:  LIGHT COMPANY,  LIMITED.  Notice is hereby given that an extraordinary general meeting of the above named  company will be held at the registered office of the company on Baker street in the  City of Nelson, British Columbia, on Monday the 23rd day of September, A. D. 1901,  at the hour of 11 o'clock in the"*-forenoon,  for the purpose of considering, and if  thought fit, passing a resolution authorizing the directors to raise the sum of one  hundred thousand pounds (��100,000) by the  l&suance of mortgage bonds or debentures,  ���or otherwise, to such person or such persons, company or corporation, and upon  such terms and conditions as to the directors may seem fit.  By order  JOHN  PRA*SER,  Secretary.  fith September. 1901.  NciMoa. B. c S^t��__ber JbUOB, IHO.  'A. W, _4cV3TTJ_EV,^eta��-i|t_yBi  NOTIOE  Notice is hereby given that I intend to  apply at the next sitting of the board of  license commissioners for the City  <of Nelson, to be held after the expiration  of thirty days from the date hereof, for a  transfer of the retail liquor license now  .held bv me as the representative of the  John Johnson estate, for the premises  .known as the Silver King Hotel, situate on  Baker street, in the. said City of Nelson.  on lots 7 and 8 in block 10, sub-division of  iot 95. to M. A. NaJsmith of the said City  itf Nelson. CAROLINA THELIN.  Witness: G. A. THBtJN.  jCistea ibte 4th Hay ot September, 3SSL.    i  ��^^ZS^''^ZZ____S___________  ���_ j" ac-J-Kfi   ��*f"* p*������*'  *,j-e-^- -i-r^ -r-i-ni.i. ._r--   _fsp  /"**���>��--*��� <. *.<>! ���> ^ j e?i     ._*,_*.*-* *^l_SL__  rr- *V* iS-t ^ ^%?SP  THE  yELBOy TRIgUKE;  THTOSDATl MORNING!-; SEPTEMBER! 19, 1901'  *_'  f,--.-t-��_i  - -. .-s,*B  .   *.>._  l_ffi OF lONTBEAL  jJAFITAIi, all paid up-...$12,000,000.00  F_2_3T    7iOOO.000.00  laNDIVIDBD PROFITS       _2.,_80.80  J d Strathcona aud Mount Royal ...Presidont  Ij. Georgo A. Drummond Vice-President  I.. Cloi'uion General Managor  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootauay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Iranohcs ln London (England) New York,  Itcu.o, and all the prinoipal cities in Canada.  (uy and soil Sterling Exchango and Cablo  [ranb  Commercial  and  Travelers'  Credits,  I Liable in any part of tho world.  I rafts Issuod, Collections Made/K to.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  * -      ���      88 000,000  -      -      -   $2,000,000  ACCI1ECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  Pratldont.  B.  livings Bank Branch  OURBENT BATE OF INTEKEaT PAID..  SERTY IS THE GREATEST  E. Walker,  General Manager  London Office, 60 Lombard Street, H. O.  New York  Office, 18   Bxohange   Place.  and 6a Blanches in Canada and tho  I'nitud States.  VI  IMPEfilAL BAM  0__T    G^ZHTj^JDj^.  HEAD  OFFICE!. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  H. 8. HOWLAND  P. R. WILKIE.  $2,600,000  $1,850,000   President.  General Manager.  In Groat Britain.  |Iany of tho American papers during  past few days have made the state-  int that to the liberty, or rather the  l.n&e.   of  speech   permitted   in   the  I ited States the activity of the Anar-  |st_   was   probably   due.    They   are  I'btless sincere in making the state-  [nt, but it may well be Questioned if  liberty in this respect in the republic  Bis great as in England.   The Goldman  [.nan has already put in a term in  R>on, her offence being the use of m-  kiperate language in New' York, lau-  |.ge which m all probability she could  re shouted out with tlie utmost safety  [Trafalgar Square or in Hyde1 Park,  t'he murdeious conflict  in the Hay-  Irket at Chicago was undoubtedly pre-  Itated   by   the   mterrerence   of   the  lice with the assumed right* of Spies  It Parsons and then* fellows to du_-  ly announce their views. * It. is alto-  Iher unlikely that they would have  In prevented  doing   so m ' London.  I England they act on the principle  It when a man is full of "hot air" of  Is kind it is good to give him every  Jjortunitv of  blowing oif  steam.    It  ry not be a safe plan, because -his  Id and whirling woras may take root  J some gloomy mind and'-pYovoke to  jpeiate deeds    It can at least be said  lit it seems to have worked-well \n  Jgland, no such   results   having' fol-  |ved the   incendiary   oratory   that., is.  letimes heard nirpublic places there.  |e very fact that the authorities take  notice of ^"it gives' no   excuse' for  luspering it darkly, in secret places,  Id   imparts no, halo   of -heroism' or  lartyrdom to the utterer of it, and u:_.-  Jiestionably robs it of half Y its viru_.  is altogether   likely" that the trial,  Jmviction    and - punishment   of   this-  Joldman woman- gave   her a standing  lid impoitance among the discontented  lasses that she ^otherwise would never  lave attained: -What she was prevented  Lorn announcing*from the house-tops  Jhe announced in metings ot her fellow-  |-.liev era, "and   in   that   unwholesome  nental atmosphere jt was far more likely to work mischief than if aired in Cen-  i ral park or at some street corner where  'there would be suie to be a portion oi  ��� he audience*-semi-amused or even contemptuous, Nvhich would supply an <?x-  3ellent corrective.   When the Americans  <ive   themselves   ciedit   for   ���franti.-j  treater liberty in this respect than tbea*  ieighbor& the facts "do not bear then  mt.   As to which tends to the neater  ocial safety is 'of course a matter of  ���pinion.  .Appeals to the Wrong Class.  Ontario would derive- no   good aa_  light sustain no   inconsiderable  hari_i  rom the   operation   of   the   immigia-  ,on   policy   which*  is   said   to 'ha*, c  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  *  Interest allowed on deposits/  Present'rate  threo per cent. ,  .     GRANGE V. HOLT,  '���Manager Nelson Ilranch.  potato.    Dealers are constantly on the  alert, and'would not fail to lake advan-.  tage of so fine an opportunity tor profit'  as presents itself in the pui chase of potatoes at 35 cents, a bushel  when they.  can be resold with'in a hundred'miles 'at  an incerase of 50 cents.    It  is  beyond  Question that theie would be a rush of  purchasers at Colhngwood  if  shipping  lacihties could be got,   and m   consequence the price would be equalized over  the whole province.   Through the action  of the railways, however, in neglecting  Canadian traffic until the busy time is  over in the United States, the people of  Toronto are compelled to pay considea-  bly more tor their produce than-they  would have to if the railway companies  were lorced to attend property to the  business of the country.   The Dominion  government has its .attention frequently  called to this grievance, but it is apparently useless to hope that it will,take  any steps towards railway reform.   Notwithstanding thaf this neglect of Canadian shipping interests and the discrimination in,railway  rates   in   favor   of  American shippers weigh heavily on the  trade of the Dominion and subject our  traders   to   numberless   vexations   and  losses, sir Wiltred .Laurier declared when  he was last in Toronto that he found  nothing in Toronto to reform.   He cannot be ignorant that this discrimination  against Canadian trade is being carried  on by its railways and that he .must be  aware of ihe depressing effect it has on  the business of the count, y.--^ Are we to  understand that the   railway   influence  in parliament is too strong,for him, or  does vhe'prefer the interests of the com-.,  panies to those of the people?   Whichever is the iact, it is certain that the,  usefulness is gone form  a  government  that looks idly on while, the .railways  whicli have   been _built _. by, Canadian  money boost American trade at the expense of the country, they   are.- under  such obligations to���Toronto News.*-*-  E. HAY Inspector.  SAVINC8  BANK  DEPARTMENT.'  THB   CURRENT   RATES   OF  k  _-��,������* ^     ���*�����.���_. _. _..���_.._.,_,. .^.  to  INTEREST  ALLOWED.  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  '. - *' Street. ,'      . �����- '  d. M. LAY,,Manager.  SCOTLAND IS NAT CORRUPT  m  to  to  to  to  to  toto  .  /'"'���'.���i  ^    -  .Hi: I  We are Waiting for You, and will  Give You "White Treatment."  You never hear of our customers kicking. Nofc much! - They all get, "White Treatment"-  big and little alike-that's why. The man we have never seen, who sendB his orders by mail, is  served with * the same satisfaction, as the man who buys over, the counter. The "Best in the  House" goes out on "memo" if the customer orderso .The Best in the House." We're nofc afraid  of losing outright sales between fche going out and coming back of the goods. You don't have  to send a,dozen times before the*right thing is delivered/' Our stock of Watches'and Diamonds"  fi\  is eo large .th*b. *00ds ou.  on "memo'" don't handicap'us once in a' dog's age.   Ought td be pretty<  "'good people vto ,'de'al with, don't you think? .  #11   ' '-1    *"**-    ���' -��� ' :   ,.,  ttii Elgin and Waltham Watches, all manner of Cases,, and Diamonds  . r j  J   J.r. I  6>_Sfl  **y ���&���!  \* -. *_V. y-Jb** 1  WAS EXTORTED BY TORTURE  cen adopted by hon. G. W. .Ross, pr>  'ior of Ontario. Free steamship pes-'  i^e vo immigrants vbound ior Ontai io  ould not meet the necessities cf, the  rovince implied in the inauguration oi  ich a scheme. Desirable immigrants  ill not be domed Outario for the co:t-  deration of ocean passage. The people  .at Ontario wants are not the cla .s.  Inch free transportation would strona-  ' appeal to. The people lor whom On-  irlo has no desire would be more lijte-  to take advantage of the-terms ot  ie alleged contract with the Blder-  empster Steamship Company. Immi-  ration agents, immigration uteratir.e  id free ocean passage are like arti-  lal methods of populating Canada,  xperience has proved their utter mi-  jtency, and there is no reason why hofiY  W. Ross should repeat an expoi'ipient  liich promises more harm than help io  e province.   Prosperity, which.speaks  rich harvests and healthy -trade iv-  rns, is the magic to which emigration  11 gravitate. The world knows tbe  enes of prosperity and adversity witli-  t kindly hints from immigration  ents. The price of ocean passage wli  ver stand between the desire of the  eftil British emigrant and the farji  ids of Ontario. Confidence in the re-  irces of the province argues the cer-  nty'that Ontario will be peopled soon  ough without the artificial impetus of  e transportation across the Atlantic.  Authorities1 Made Czolgocz Confess  - The^ New York Herald says it is not  denied by.the police of Buffalo, except  in a perfunctory manner, Jhat^Czolgocz  has Deen tortured since'his ariest There  is not many 'in this country wno will  protest against} the*- use of the famous  "third degree" m^this case. The confession; which is now m the hands ot  district attorney Penney, was forced  from Czolgocz by torture.  When 'the assassin of the president  was' first taken before superintendent  JBull, he was asked to tell how he came  "to make the attack on president' Mc-  K.mley.'  _  "I will not talk," said Czolocz. "I will  not say a word'"  Superintendent Bull looked at the prisoner; then, turning to the two stalwart  guards who had brought him in, said.  "Take him away." It is not known any  sign was'given, "it-is not known-'that  _the_ policemen_had_any__authoi ityi_f or_  their strenuous actions; but when  Czolgocz. was again brought before superintendent Bull he was glad to confess.  "Did wc give him the 'third degree'?"  One of the policemen who had handled  Czolgocz anbweied the question. "He  got the "thirty-third degree."  "I cannot tell you wnat was done to  him, but sufficient was done to persuade  him to talk. He thought he was lucky  to get away ahve, and he was right.  Yes, Czolgocz was tortured. He was  given a rigorous treatment, and it is  probable that ho will be tortured again.  He has pot told all that he knows. This"'  is a'peculiar-pase, and it demands peculiar treatment. I believe that the  public will uphold us in using force to  bring the enemies of society to justice."  Honor Tlieir Public Men.  "Corruption is of rare occurrence in  Scotland,, either in mnnicipal"or parliamentary politics," said Rev Dr. Salmond,  principal of Aberdeen college, while-in  Winnipeg recently on a'Vvisit.,, "Public  sentiment is such in our country," continued Dr. ��� Salmond, "that it would be  nothing short of political ruin for'any  man  detected in the misappropriation  of   public .moneys^ or   crookedness* in  politics. Not only so but the'man "so'exposed would be ostracized and disgraced  in the eyes, of ^the. common^ people, no  matter what' his wealth' or "position m  society might be/ There is  a healthy  public,sentiment mvthis regard, and the  public4 conscience - wpuld/not; allow an  infraction of.'this��unwi*itten law infpub-**  lie affairs to go unpunished. The result  is that our best and most "reliable citizens are willing to'enter! public life and  devote their time-and means to the service of the state. The people's representatives are'held in honor *by "the'mass"  of citizens,'so long as-they do nothing  to distionor their office,' and consequently the bulk of them are ^very. careful' of  their   reputations., The  exceptions < are  few,   and when discovered-are punished  so emphatically that,the dignity of-the  office is vindicated,and the'moral tone  of the-people is * not debased. *- On the  other hand, a charge.of. corruption dare  not-be made,against any public man  without -absolute -proofs��� of the., crime,  as^no* publicman' can afford* to"let a  challenge of that nature pass unnoticed,  but willr demand a thorough ihvestiga  ,ggi Our "Watch ��� and Jewelry Department have no.  f��\ equal in'B. O. All work guaranteed^. Mail orders.  *---*   receive our prompt and careful attention.  #��a   iuat.iv. oui piuuipt. aim _o.rei.ui attention. ^>0 ,^0*t ^0-%0 1^.      - 'Ihiir *V__r ���  _F  '���-���___?___   at    ' IMfilSftl.   i K .1 .*�� 'F^^.vw-w-^ssag  : ��� v,>'sV ^' ?/ <-'^'^:^'^'^'^'^'*m>-<~ ->���--'^:^^^  I ~ _=i^^^===-==^ *" I*.'      "   ~     'th.   _        r'_^V��_*-iP&J  THE NEWS OF THE WORLD  Condensed Into Paragraphs.  tion.  "The city owns its own .water,'light,-1  and^ tramway services. ,On ^the electric  carSithe lowest.fare^isja penny, ^nd'you  can ride from one end of the cityto^the  other for three halfpence. Before the city  took over the franchise from'the-company, the" fares were'much higher,^and  yet','the council has found "it a paying  venture. The gas rates are" also very low.  Anx ordinary! household can obtain *its  gas" for about ��1 5s per year. .The water  rates are "also correspondingly low,-and  the'service admirable.". The city .is bent  on-going foi ward in the municipalizing^ its franchises/- and -is even considering the advisability of adopting the  .Gutenburg system of handling the liquor  traffic. This is the result of a report to  parliament, by a-,;royair commission  which went'to Sweden to investigate the  system, and isi practically municipalization of the ti affic." It is only an experiment but it will be given a thorough  trial."  . *������>   n. ��,      _��  CHICAGO, September 18. ��� Emma  Goldman 'was arraigne'd 'today and her  bail'fixed1 at ?20,000.   "*;   ' .       *  1 'YOKOHAMA.VSeptember ' 18.���Th(e  marquis' Ito^ started, 'today on an extended'tour of the j United States andv  Europe. r ,,. .,  - WASHINGTON, .September 18���It "is j  stated 'ron-excellent authority.today.that  all members .of .the cabinet had accepted  the reappointment tendered them by  president (Roosevelt/yesterday. ,  NEW., .YORK/"September ��� 18.���Alfred  Danschall, a Dane, aged -52, was 'today  sent to jail,at Piainfleld, New Jersey,  for 60 days, in default of a fine of ?60  imposed .upon him i for _using- abusive  language directed against the.late���presi-.  dent McKinley. .j. r .,���>' ~f., <.. "  ' SAN FRANCISCO,v'.September 18.���  The Standard Oil Company, which con-  'trols-^the'Pacific.Coast oil'refining works  at West -Alameda, has "acquired about  50 acres at Point Richmond, and the  Chronicle, says .the.company will'erect  large tanks, at *that-?point.; ���"  . ��� CONSTANTINOEE-E,' September ��� 18 ���  In spite-pf the prohibition of the locp.1  authorities, American missionary Cole  has started for,, Bitlis/' en a tour of the  province,1 the United States legation hav-'  ing authorized ,the. journey. Mr. Cole's  report on .the -alleged., massacres,rat  Mush Jand -'elsewhere -'are . anxiously  awaited here.'     �� ��� "   '- ���  BAKER STREET WEST, HELSOfl/B:1 C.  coimJBLte&frs;  Lighted..by. Electricity and Heat-  V  ed with Hot'Air.  EALPH'CLAEK,  Undortaker, Night CaU 238.  Manager.  vr Large rcomfortable^ beOrooms and' flrst-  *class dining room.* Sample' room's for com-  ^merclal mea-i'". *       ��� v*<-..->-'--   '  ���\   RATES $2 PER qjftfl V   ,  r8_s<^.C..CIarkev;-Propi  Late of the, Royal Hotel, Calgary ,  ftjadden House  Baker and Ward  Streets,' Nelson. '  -   The only hotel in Nelson ,that -.bas' remained. under one management'since ISM.  The bed-rooms,   irp well  furnished and  lighted by electnc_(_. -*.'1 '  ���Thei-bar'-ist-alwav8T8toi;_.ea-BV��"the-best-  Jdomestic and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  Mr."'  K|ARPLE;.YBUILI)iiiC STONE,  Z(y ;   brickmAkpjLimjE.......    /Yu  ':' '��tJFhe   Ma&sfleid ;'Manufacturing 'Company7  J Jiavef the; 'abd^e"mentioned building -materials^;  . for sale at reasonable:1 i>rices./'.rSpecial quota-;^  tions, to ;builderstUand ��� contractors, forl-large-.'f  o-brdersi  . ^?'7   ,  ii  * i v  _.   *    nl _ *  d  '      -'' *  ������  - ;<*v��i \-.  ���Pi.*,  ,rt'\  r&n7,^  ^valatoke,   lith4- Octobe^l^'^ iffi^  Qivil and criminal:       ���* -v  { *.-�� w^.i ���*.ig'-J*?,-v?'JraE  flPERS BY MAIL^t PROMPTLW ATTENDED TO  *V,'  I.I.     *���*.*.  I    r,f,t^,.*.  OFFICE:,  BAKER STREET WEST, JJELSOfJ, B. C.  TELEPHONE NO -219.    P. 0. BOX 688.  '���S!1?'.?ot   Vancouver,  , Civil only.      -. ; /.    ���  ���V City, -. of - Greenwood,  i Civil, and criminal  ;*CIty,of Victoria,  inal only.   -._   ,-."-< sjCJ  August, 1901  s .Department,   KtetS^'.rW^Ss^l  <rivr<, r^,r&0��r��>0M  NOTIOE,  jft*j*  ... ;'/>55*M|  :ffmn  '  (I.I1VIITBD) . "  COBNB^OP ' '  HSNDRYXtAN0xVERNON iSXKBKTS  Furniture Dealers  Funeral, Directors,,  and Embalmers \  Oak  Oak  Oak  Oafc  ' "Worth  Center   Tables ?3 50  Center Tables 6 00  Center. Tables 5 00  I onther    Seat    Fancy  Rocker    4 50  E'm   Folding^ Tai le 5 00  Elm   Tolding   Table 6 00  Cane "Veranda Chairs 6 00  Cane Veranda Rockers 6 50  For  ?2 76  4 SO  3 75  & ib  3 75  4 25  4 50  4 7b  HOTEL   ROSSLAND.  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  'Zhy gas. Room .and board $5 to ?6 por  'Week. No'Chinese employed here.  .  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN. Proprietor.  Bail ways Injure Canada,  4. few days ago potatoes were selling  Colhngwood for 35 cents a   bushel,  lie m Georgetown^ Toronto, and some  ler places in" Ontario their price was  to 85 cents a bushel.    Now it there  3 no raliway between these point..  could understand that a good crop in  ! district might make the price low  [ an indifferent crop make it high in  3ther, but as few parts of the prov-  e are unconnected by^ railway lines,  explanation must be looked for else-  ere.   We imagine, however, that tha  It is ln the railways, and that it is  ir inability to carry goods irom one  t of the province to another, whilj  "~ge numbers of their cars are enploy-  m moving the produce of the United  tes, that causes this remarkable dit-  ence in the  price of a_n   article   so  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  TO    MAKTU    ROOM   FOR    OUR    FALL,  STOCK OF CARPETS AND RUOS'1 '  WILL   GO   AT   COST.  A-1  White Ping Lumber Always in  S.O.K.  ��  We carry a complete atock of  C'jast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  TO " CLEAR���BABY'  CARRIAGES   AND  GO C _R1S  AT LFdS  THAN CC'ST.  FISHING TACKLE  WB HAVE (THE BEST FLIES AND  THE  ���BEST LEADERS MADE.  Porto Rico Lumber Co. Ltd,  J. H. McMANUS, Manager.  Minnows, silver and gold and Phantoms  Silk Dues  Landing Nets  And a splendid line of all fishing requisites  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE CO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  -Daa,er8ln Tea and Coffee  t       *  - -*  ************************  We are offering at lowest prices the best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas. .  Our Besf, Mocha and Java Coffee, per *  'pound ...".....?...'..<..-% tt  Mooha and Java Blend, 3 pounds...'... 1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, 4 pounds ...S..   1 00  - Special Blend Coffee, 6 pounds    1 00  ,  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 pounds    1 00.J  Special Blond Ceylon Tea, per pound     SO  >In the county,court ofc?Koo'tenay*holden'  - at Nelson, in/the matter^of the**.estate"^  " fhd e,Pcts,'*l? ^exis.Swanson. lite oV  "*J��? ci��ty ,?f Nelson.tdeceased.intestate/'.  -I,^fcLt!?e,-?. hereby glvn  that' by * an r order-.  22nd  Swa:  the personal estate andteffects'.'oOsald^dei  ceased  Notice is also hereby giVen1 that all < '.'  So^2ns^ havlner' cI,aI��?s- asaiSat"- the,: said '-,;*- ^<*J&\\  deceased, are required  within   thirty, days ' '��� ;'J24i#S|  of the date hereof,to forward themiwlth <     t- "^MiSl  *. _ i *������* IT?  CANADA DRUG �� BOOK GO.  K.-W. C. Blook.       Corner Ward and Bnker F s  R. McMAHON.  A. 33. GARDINER  BARBER SHOP.  Bar stocked with best brands ot wines,  nice *u we   price oi an   arucie   so    liquors, and dears. Beer on draught. Large     ner or Baker and-Ward streets, and will  sely raised throughout Ontario as flip i comfortable romna. Itait data table Doaid.    SSiEU^-3?^ *2 1}ave the Patronage of their   ; *  .~��������wmm. | frifcnda. Hret-dasB baths ln oonnectton.  Robert McMahon and A. E. Gardiner  have leased the barber shop in the basement of the Madden block, southeast corner of Baker and-Ward streets, and will  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.     *  WEST-BAKER .STREET, NELSON.  R. B. REILEY  -    SUCCESSOR TO H. D. ASHCROFT.    !  TREMONT HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKKR STREET, NELSON  qmmmwmiH       '    MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted,by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 25 Cents to $1  ���" ���-���������������___���    111 ������������!    ���������_��������������_������_������      ��� ������������  lll���l        ������^���l |      ||.      ������>������ M|      ...        .,,, ��� | |  P. Burns & Co.  Hkad Offioh at  NELSON, B. O.  Whplesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  full -particulars 'duly, verified -by statutory*  declaration   to-the. said  administrator, at ''-*���  Nelson aforesaid. ���       )  t And notice is also hereby given that after r��  such'last mentioned'date said administra-, /-  i2r wlJL P.����cced to distribute the assets of YY  the said deceased according* to law without   "  '���T_fSr^. ?_ any  cla,,ms, oi which  he  shall  s  then not 'have received notice     >,  Dated'this 29th day of August, A'. D  1901.  ,.**���*        EJLiMOT & LENNIE.  >-,    ���* .-. Solicitors  for the Administrator/-  OEETIFIOATE  OF .IMPEOVEMElfTS^ '  MNOTICE-CITY       MINERAL^ CL.AIM..'  Situate in  the Nelson Mining- Division o_'  .  .West Kootenay District. , -r  "Where located: About one mile south of  .Nelson , ~ ,  'Take notice that I, Wiliam John. Goepel,  Free Miner's Certificate No. 50,600,' intend,*  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  *.  .Improvements  for the, purpose of obtain- ,  Ing a Crown Grant*of the* abovo claim.  And further take notice that action un-  -  der section 37, must be commenced before  _the   issuance   of   such .Certificate   of  Im-   ��_ ���  "provements.* ���     ��� . *    ��������� ���  Dated this 16th day of August, A D.  W01 .   W.   J.   GOEPEL.  OEETIFIOATE, OF IMPROVEMENTS.  M/ncii���N^j.SiJW Mi.M-.KAL CLAIM,  situate in the Nelson Mining Division of  West  Kootenay  DIstilct.  Wheie located: About one mile south of  Nelson.  Take notice that I, John ��� Paterson,  Free Minei s Cerimcnt. "No fn*,727, Intend,  sixty day* fiom the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a i .own Gi.nu -it inr u.uo--i*- claim.  And further tako notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  the Issuance of such Cci tlficaf of Improvements.  Dated this 10th day of August A. D.  1901. JOHN   PATERSON.  OEETIFIOATE  OF   IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE.���THE CHAMPION MlNERAi.  clalm, situate in the Nelson mining division of West Kootenay district. Where  located: On Forty.-nino creek about 200  yards from hydraulic dam. Take notice  that I, E. W. Matthews, acting as agent  for Henry Samuel Crotty, free miner'a  certificate No. b49,970, intend, sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purpose of obtaining- s  crown grant of the abovo claim. And  further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  Dated thin IRth dav of Julv. A. D   1901  ' _' vMI  r^m\  '''Sill  Y\4f  *���* '#1  ___&m  V-   _J1ff|  \ iidl  -' Zi^l  ,     * "'Htm  " ' . sc  >\iI Jfl  Y'!'i  BLACKSMITH AND WOOD WORKER  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  Special attention given to all kinds of  repairing and custom work from outside  , points.  Heavy'* bolts  made  to *f oriter  on  rihort notice.- .,*v��_��� .v.--.  -:. ~t.*  Markets at  Nelson,   Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Net*  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  ���way, and Vancouver.  Mai. Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  E. W. 0 BLOCK  WAKD. STBEET  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE PKOMPT AT^ENT^ON,  CERTIFICATE  OP  IMPEOVEMENTS.  Tiger, Kitchener and Last Chance mineral claims, situate in the Kelson mining:  division of West Kootenay district. Where,  located: On Morning mountain on the east  side of Sandy creek about one mile from  the Kootenay river. Take notice that ___,  R. Smith, free miner's certificate 55,70__t  acting as agent for A. Thorn, free miner's  certittcate 55,670b, Henry E. Hammond,  free miner's certificate 65,6G9b, and A*_-  nandale D Grieve, free miner's certificate  55,CC8b, intend sixty davs from the date  hereof to apply to the mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a crown grant of tha  above claim And further take notice that  action, under section 37, Liu-��t be commenced before the Issuance of such certificate of improvements. R. SMITH.  Dated this 25th day of July. A  Tt. JW1.  OEETIPIOATE   Or. IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE ��� MONUMENT MINERAL  claim, situate in the Nelson mining division of We_t Kootenay district. Where located: At the head of Grohman creek on*  Grohman mountain. Tako notice that I,  J M McGregor, acting as agent for Steve-  Haw kin-*, fioe miner's certificate Not  b50.*135, and Louis Strand, free miner's certillcate No b37.293, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvement-*,  for the purpose or obtaining a crown grant  that action under section 37, must be com*,  that action, unded section 37, must be com*-  monccd b6foro the issuance of such cer*.  tificate of improvements ,  s. m. McGregor.  Dated this 12th day o_ August, ISOL > V-
WE HAVE PURCHASED
FROM THE ASSIGNEE OFTHE ESTATE OF H. F. M'LEAN THE
PRESCRIPTIONS HELD IN THE ABOVE ESTATE. ANY PER-
SON WHO HAD PRESCRIPTIONS THERE MAY HAVE THEM
REFILLED WITH ACCURACY ON SHORTEST NOTICE BY
APPLYING AT OUR STORE.
THE NELSON  TBlBUffE,  THURSDAY MORNING,  SEPTEMBER  19, 1901
W. F. TEETZEL & CO.
VIOTORIA   BLOCK
NELSON,   B. C.
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- Having added "to my stock a large
range of Youth's Boy's and Children's
clothing, I am now p'repared to offer
to the public the best variety of these
goods ever shown in Nelson.
Everything is new and up-to-date
and are selling at the very lowest prices.
Intending purchasers will do well to
examine my stock and get prices before
purchasing elsewher.
217 aud 219
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CITY AND DISTRICT.
J. M Ludwig and Miss Maggie Kee,
both of this city, were married in Spokane last evening.
The sudden departure from Nelson of
several well-known short card players
would indicate that the police force of
the city has been sleeping on watch.
Charles Goff, who made such a creditable showing in this city in his glove
contest with Burns, has been matched
to meet Fitzgerald, a Cranbrook man,
in Cranbrook on the evening of the 26th
instant.
A license was yesterdav issued to
Robert George Ritchie and Ella Lila
Gertrude Holmes. The groom to be is
a successful hardware merchant of Cascade, and Miss Holmes is from Ontario.
They will be married in Cascade.
Theo Madson will tomorrow put on the
greatest clothing sale Nelson has witnessed. He is determined to clear out
his stock of men's furnishings and clothing no matter what sacrifices are necessary. His announcement of the sale
will appear m The Tribune tomorrow.
The regular meetin-r'of the Carpenters' Union was held last night. On
invitation the members weie addressed
by W. J. Walker on behalf of the Smel-
termens' Union at Northport..After the;
address the men voted -to subscribe a
sum to help the union out in tnen- light
against Bela Kadish and Bernard McDonald.
**» .
The Chinese assault ,ior disorderly
conduct case was up in the police court
again, yesterday. Jim, * the 'Chinaman
defended by A. M. Johnson, was fined
.$20 and costs,, while Lee, the Celestial
defended by James' O'Shea, - got clear.
.It is understood that the conviction
against' Jim will be appealed, in which
case it is said that a fresh.charge of as-
'sault will be laid against,'him.
H B. Gilmour, M..P.'±. o_;Vancouver,
agent in British Columbia for the Wat-
rous Engine Works of "Brantlord, Ontario, is in Nelson, on the wayr to Slocan.
,-,While Mr. Gilmour is,a member ot the
legislature, he does'-not .make his living out of politics, and he - is of ,the
opinion that if some of-the members of
the "legislature had more' business they
would not have-so much time to devote
to'politics.      •<-,   ,   ■,-{    .,   ■ '>,
from Waneta, and .tie* therefore, vi-as not
accountable for his actions, the morphia'
and whiskey, being taken to kill the
pains of rheumatism from which the accused suffered. The magistrate held that'
the evidence , was ■ sufficient to commit
the accused for trial. It is thought that
he will elect speedy trial and have the
case disposed of as quickly-as possible.
•Magner has been "stationed at Wane'ta
as agent for the past month, and previously bore an excellent reputation in
the railway service.
.NELSON, B.C.
■WE ARE SHOWING/TrtE FINEST STOCK OP*RATTAN
GOODS', EVER SHOWN JN THE. CITY  *>\   \"
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HAMMOCKS
im.  BEFRflGERAtgBS       	
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___■*,*• <-   .,     :j$ov_  is your time to get/a'-b'afg-ain*-1 in   these' 'linesu as*- we
 ___ _   J ' J   ____. _C . __. 1         _1_       _ 1    • _ ^ .1 -■.  T /" *
C. J. Miller, onerof theowners of the
Spotted 'Horse claim - near the Porto
Rico, has just received returns from a'
sample taken acrossYthe face of a'four
foot ledge of .quartz \wnich,gave an-indicated value of ?62 in gol'd.,It was from*
,this-propertythat t_.'e*„recent sensational 'returns* were receivedrfrom a shipment of something less" than -one/ton.
,The owners are" putting up a cabin on the
property with the intent4on of working'
all winter,   •   > *•      *r-,.*- ■ „y,
•PERSONALS.
Mrs. W. JFL* Bullock-Webster returned
to Nelson on Tuesday evening from an
extended trip* to the Coast.  ,
A. Ferguson, of Ferguson, was in Nelson yesterday. Mr. Ferguson is one of
the owners of the Triune mine in the
Lardeau. He says the mine has two cars
of high grade ore at the,upper landing
awaiting shipment, which will "be" sent
forward to the Trail smelter as soon as
the water ..falls sufficiently* to enable
the owners to move it to the lower landing. This ore will go close upon S5000
per car;,.    < .      ■,;,   , . _,.
'   /.AT THE HOTELS.
i      "~.   - * * '*( ■•...,
HUME—R,E. Lyons, Ottawa;'H. M.
ented themselves "at the door of the spec-
Burrltt, Vancouver; W. .__. Cunliffe,
Rossland;*. W. Godfrey, Vancouver; H.
B. Gilmore, Vancouver; S. W. Stevenson,
Montreal; D. W." Moore, Trail; -W C
Cole, Silverton; IS W. Mayor, -Spokane.
PHAIR—William ' Davies,' * Erie;    C.
Sangster,   Rossland;'* Gerald   Hopkins,
Salmo;  T. ,R.. Ella,   Vancouver.;   John
Peek, New.Westminster;   George'Mad-
!igon, Victoria; Henry'Roy, Rossland.
' " % * __—_____,    *„*■'-' 1 -*
■• MADDEN—John McDonald, .Windermere; Donald-Mc-oorkill, Spokane; W
J1. Walker,'-Spokane;-A. McMartmand M.
McRae, Lardeau; P.* Steaven,- Yimir.     .
,    QUEENS^-Martln.Welch, Spokane* A^
McDonald;, Slocan;   G.'. W. ^Carrothers'
Trout Lake; J..McVeigh, and-wife, San'
b rancisco; \VYN. Bennett, Sandon.
GRAND-'CENTRAL—G. C. Schmidt
Erie; J/ W.*1 Austin, Hall; B. J. Riley,
Moyie; B. Pearson, Slocan; A.-Bremner
Slocan. ( ,        , *, '
'    "    *.   ' "/   .      '' " •
'^TREMONT-Vr..'b. Sherridan^Ottawa;,
Paul Largue, Slocan. ,      >   ,-    ,
NELSON—D. L.' McFarland,'-Kaslo.
KASLO, B.C.
ESTABLISHED 1892
SANDON, B.C
1
H. BYERS & CO.
TO SPORTSMEN:
We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Amm.mr+fo„ ~.a„
m Kootenay.   Mauser, Winchester, Marlln, Savage, and Stevens Rifles    wS     ?c ^ ,reCe'VC
Savage Carbines.   Ask to see the Winchester Carbine ar^BoucS *,"
for simplicity, accuracy and effect. ooucnardt Automatic Pistol, unequale
,     MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE
Rnhh^Tr?   Exuhaust<Lrs-    HAand   Shaft  Pumps,   Pipe and  Fittings Steam   Packing  Leather
Rubber Belfrng, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore CarT, Canton^teel
ANTHRACITE
COAL.
For Stoves and
Furnaces
IT the SAI
■*■-*■ -?r't    "  J   ,—        &   ")        ~i*.s«*_n    _.i     uii__.     hum    aa,   vvc
yj'l y nrnst ;dispose. of' them all this month. \ If you   want /one -or
Y."--i   Both'of these'lines the:,price won't hinder, you.    -' -,'
'!, '       ""r ".        -, '■ .>'\ >'.. y •.    " , •     '-    - i-
\     > , -.      mm-    • '„;        ~ ., y     ,L
■""? 1 • r- ' ' "   I      I ' _ * .
■;
LAWRENCE  YHARDWARE   CO.
,.   y  Im-oorters and Dealers ln Shelf and Heavy Hardware. ' fi
'-iJohn Peck of New Westminster, chief
inspector of machinery - and boilers-.for
•the province," 'ari-ived.. in *-> Nelson i last
'evening.% He is accompanied hy George
Madigan of Victoria,' who is to -be sta-
^tioned^in this city asflocal*-inspectorffor
district^ Cs This district practcally takes
in all the mining sections of'theinteror
south of the mam lin.,<a_td-as' the1 duties
of the office call for an inspection.of all"
the boilers of two 'horse power, and over
inspector-Madigan will have his" hands
full.     -'■'    '       ■ • ■  -    _ -.7 *..■'•- ,
IK. YOU'WANT A. PERFECT. CUP -OF TEA USE
•EX0____^ir©f.
THE FAMOUS CETLOW
«   For Purity and Flavor it' is Unsurpassed
Retails at 40, 50 and 60 cents, per pound
Packed expressly for .-.'    ' ,	
Wm.   Hunter   &  Co.
00_T1.E0TIM STOEES AT
,    Silverton, Three Forks, Alamo and Phoenix
The' funeral  of-the  late  Robert *H.
, Hamill, who was killed by a fall of rock
in the'Arlington mine on Tuesday,-took,
place from the undertaking parlors-1 of,
J. G.-Bunyan & Company yesterday, af-'
ternoon*to the-C.  P.  R.  station.-The
casket was covered with a .number* of
handsome  wreaths, and  Horal   designs
,from   Frank   Tamblyn's   conservatory,
the'Hastings (B. C.) Exploration Com-'
pany. *its   management,   the- men   employed at the mine, as well as a number
of   personal   friends   sending , tributes.
The .funeral was very largely attended,
Jhe_men^from_the_ArHngton_mine.-turn-_
ing out. in . bpdy as well as many members of the miner's mjipn., -The interment
will take plaee at Vancouver", ,
The trouble between James A./Mao*
donald,  Dominion clerk of the work,
and* Le^wis   Daveaux,   vae   foreman  in
charge   of  the  federal   buildings,   has'
broken out afresh. Yesterday the clerk;
of the work was not satisfied with the
concrete going into the building,' and
stated  his objections to the' foreman.
The latter, Instead of meeting the' requirements of the architect, called him
a fool, and used language more forcible
than polite,  in   the   co_rse   of   which
the    architect    says    that    he    Intl--
■-nated that he, the architect, had  not
vevv l_Bg to remain on the Job..In con-
tiosequence M»e architect laid an. information  against the  fqroman  charging
him  With creating a disturhange.  Th*.
summons was served on the foreman and
the case will ho heard Jn the poliee -oourt
this morning,,
-. Bipod .Thicker Than Water.-
_' LONDON;-September 18'.—The English'
^P-rfSBf.n;6f,sympath3r is growing, and
the, demonstration'here of condolence
with the-.United'States on the death'of
president McKinley is the .wonder and',
talk of'all* the' American ivisitors' The
number of half-masted flags is increasing, and a majority of the people are in
mourning.'* Omnibus "and -cab" drivers
have crep^e pnMUelr whips.' In' addition
to the service'*^;*St.' Paul's cathedral'and
Westminster abttey.-'-'th.^national council'bf Free Chtirdhes has*arranged for
a ,umted memorial service *dt noon on
Thursday. A -'number'f'of • storekeepers
are urging the closing of stores through'
the country for- three hours tomorrow,'"
"To, show the great nation across the sea
how sincerely, we mourn with them the
death ,of president' McKinley,fas they"
mourned .the death- of our beloved
' Queen." -        ,,'■'■'
Czjlg'ccz' Kept *in'," Close, Confl'nementi
BUFFALO, September 18.—''teon -L.
Lewis and Robert,C.«Titus have accepted the assignment of judge*Emery,In'
the county court to act, as" counsel in defending "Czolgocz   upon   his   trial ~_oj|
murder in the first degree in killing president McKinlej.  Ccolgocz. is-now confined in the Erie county jail and the
sherifl.admits^that he-is-in custody—He-
is kept in'close confinement insthe tier
of iron cells apart for murderers, and Is
under guar<} day q.nd night, Ue Is not allowed to read or smoke,- and the guards
are not allowed to oony-s-rBe jwith him.
Crowds of people visit tiie vicinity of the
jail every day to look at the granite
building where he is confined.,
Memorial Services at Victoria.
, VICTQRIA, September 18.—Besides
the memorial services arranged by American citizens resident in Victoria and
which are to be held in the' theatre tomorrow afternoon^ a "memorial service
is to be held in Christ Church cathedral
in the morning,* which"will-be conducted by the bishop of Columbia. All the
public ofllces will be closed, and the
mayor has requested that business
houses recognize tb.e d.ay as que o. g_n-
era! mourning.,
Delivered or on Tracl^
in any Quantity.
- * , , '
',    LEAVE ORDERS
. r WITH
CIi.a_{."A. Watepman & Co.
j 14andi5K.W.C. Block
ORDER EARLY SO AS TO
GET PROMPT DELIVERY
GANONG'S CHOCOLATES « - '7   ' '
'GANONG'S CHOCOLATES "' ' "■.-
GANONG'S CHOCOLATES •
GANONG'S CHOCOLATES -  . ,
GANONG'S CHOCOLATES -( ,-'^    ,' -
, ■'• ■  . ' GANONG'S 'FANCY CANDIES
f . ' y   GANONG'S FANCY-CANDIES
_>'-.■"     ganong's fancy candies
*;;; > < ganong's fancy candies
'v  *^v   GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES'
? i- THEY ARE THE BEST '
You can get them, at i.       ,•    .-"'■-*
?^Mer)bNAi__.;s
jBaker Street. * '
BUT A GENUINE    .
RETIRING SALE
AND, WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU
•. Men's Worsted, Serge and Tweed Suits that formed
sold for $15 and $12, now $10 and $7. We also have ther
as low as $5 a Suit.
1 50^ Men's   Overcoats   in Melton's,   Beaver's and   Frieze
from $5 up.    Excellent value at double the price.
100   Pairs   Blankets   at   $1.50   upwards.'  You
pocket on these from 25 to 50 per cent.
Fine Scotch Worsted Underwear, reduced from $7 to $<.
Men's Heavy Woolen Sox, six pair for $j. *!;
.    Our Blue Flannel Shirts, worth $1.75 for $r, is a winner.
Fine Canadian'Grey Underwear, reduced from $1 to"6oc
:      Seethe cuts in Boots and Shoes, they will''surprise you,
Men's;Hats, all shapes, .colors,, and sizes, below cost; '
are
j.
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H.% PL_YFblO;^Cd._
MADDEN /BLOCK
NELSON.
AND
MERCHANTS.
Telephone 117. *
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5 TOBACCO
$.
9
9
9
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+ P.O. BOX 637. -cie_uu_.ju_ _,
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BEAI ESTATE
, AND    r
INSPBANCE-BBOKEBS
Agents   for    Trout   Lake   Addition
(Bogustown) Fairview Addition.    •
Acreage property adjoining the park.'
A-nd J. & J. Taylor safes.
These safes can-.be bought from us on
two year's time without interest
Ward Bros.
333 West Baker Street, Nelson.
BAKER-STREET, NELSON
usiiiess
AUCTION S_1L1
DRY GOODS.
-GENTS  FURNISHINGS
BOOTS AND  SHOES
HATS AND CAPS   -'
OUR NEXT ,
AUCTION SALE      -
WILL BE HELD ON
\
SATURDAY EVENING
AT^8 "O'CLOCK
MEANTIME ALL GOODS
ARE BEING SOLD BY    '.
PRIVATE SALE AT
LESS THAN
WHOLESALE COST
:rin_gi_imini___xop_nx_nraxr_____tiireii_.Tnxi__ni
THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE
No. % K. "W. C. Block, NELSON, B. O. s
 —.  h
Gold, Sliver Lead and Copper Mine„ wanted at tbe Exchange. E
Free Milling Gold Properties wanted at once for Bastern Investors.        |
* _ PartleffhaviD*-; mining property for salo are requested to sond samples of their ore to the _
\ Axoh_n_a£ir exhibition We deane to hear from all prospectors who have promising mineral S
3  claims in Brifish Columbia. *■ _ «»"*«■.■■<_■■   „
- Pi ospectors and mining men are requested to make the Exchange tholr headquarters whon  E
J    lu jj.-G_J.Oll- [J
All samples should be sent by orpresn, Prepaid.   Correspondence solicited. H
Addross al] communications to §
1 Telephone  104 ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER, B
P. O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C. \
ir-nrTTTTTTTrrYTTnTTiTTTTrTTr^-n __xtx£
ROSSLAND   BIVailVEERUVa   WORKS
CUNLIFFE  Sc  McMILLAN
Founders,  Boilermakers and Machinists.
©R__ OABS, Rkips. cngep, or. bin doors, chute-* »nd poneral wroucht if on work.    Our 0)0 cars are
tho bij-if on tv- markfct    VVntp us for icferenucs and full pnrticu a~H.
S_JCOM) HANDMAi'UlNKHV KORSAUT.-OneSfoot Pelion -. iteivlipel,willli8fl0feet "8 to 16"
fipinul Mvctudpipo    OAelUx___.1 outside packed pluu«er uuliiug pump,    llock ditUu. gtopmg
AGENTS NOBTfiflY PUMPS. STOCK CARRIED. 1
P. O, ZBox. IBa XHIBD AVENUE, BOBSLANJ}. j
Magner Committed for Trial
W. J. Manner, who until a few dayn
ago was the agent of the Nelson & Fort
Sheppard    railway    at    Waneta,    was
charged   before stipendiary  magistrate
'yre_.se y«t_ter.ay with the theft of .889
L.ing the p|*oeepds pf a check given to
Jhim inpayment of the cji-fcy au4 Q^er
charges upen a car of machinery heing
ljnporte-1 by  the   gecqnd  Relfef  mine.
The evidenco submitted yesterday w^s
veryv%uch against the prisoner, but Jt
was in the nature of a preliminary hearing    and.   tho    prisoner's    side    waa
not presented.   A. H, MaeNeill of Rossland appeared for the private prosecution.      The   evidence   submitted    was
chiefly that of   officials   ot   tho   Great
Northern Railway Company,' which disclosed how the alleged defalcation was
discovered.   The convertion of the check
into cash was regular enough heing done
through the officers of the railway com-
■f'-ipy in Spokane, so that it is necessary
/of the prpspcution to prove more than
pth6nyjse -wo-uld be required if the con-
veision of the chepk Info cash "had not
been regular.    Prom the trend   of   the
cross examination it would appear th^t
%he defence will be that the |>risqner vras;
finder the   influence   of  morphia  aiid
wMafc^r _jt <_mj fiin. «t ivis' d^paitwro',
We can §how you _, fine'
assortment* of styles In
spectacle ware of different
quality and price. Every
pair fitted free ot charge
and guaranteed.
FOR SALE
5000 Treasury Shares in the Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Limited.
I .60,000 Treasury Shares in the Royston Gold Mines, Limited.
Choice lots in Bogustown.
Properties in all parts of the City.
Apply to    *     -1
EEGH-. ALD J. STEEL
•  .BAKER STREET
THE NELSON LIBERAL ASSOCIATION
NOTICE uF'MEETINQ.
The annual meeting of the Nelson Liberal Association will be held at the Board
of Trade- Booms on 'Thursday, the 19th
Instant, at 8 o'clock p. in. Every member
of the association is requested to be in
attendance.
GEORGE C. TUNSTALL, ....Secretary.
September 16th, 1901.
4/   A/  /teAstM^Srvu jLl^t'tf'.
The best in the market, in 1-2
pound and 1 pound packages.
Telephone 161.1
BROWN BROS
Opticians and Jewelers.
J.*gEft STREET
Nf_{_30--
THE NELSON BOAT CLUB
NOTICE OF MEETING.
A general meeting- of the Nelson Boat
Club will be held in Fraternity Hall at 8:30
p. m., on Thursday, 19th instant. No printed
notices will be circulated, but It is requested that all those in any way interested-
in rowing or., the welfare of'the cl-ul** -'yf{\}'
regard this as ; sufficient notice a;_o*,' at*,
tend.. Special m,at-'ters ,p.f- i'nARpxta.noe -nro
?n ?-*ie ,9.r' Alsouss^on, inpluding the purchase ©*. _ rowlne sheH nnix the erection
«"• ?W<*-f_H> -fl.''* «lub fcTOse.'
ZZfi : Of. W.yJ_OFa%yfl_iasB__r_c_ Y'1
aeg&miKi'Wt. WQfc ;vy,".vy/.
j. a. wm & co.
fle a Pound
GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS, Houston Block, Baker Street.
TELEPHONE 39.
Nelson
P. O. BOX 527.
Xjins^iac __j__>_
CHARLES HILLYER, President. HARRY HOUSTON; Secretary..
-f. c    ,   .^J-x^'-'W-^'h.^T-.a"*^-^--'*-*1^
*., Have *>n**t leceived 3,0i*0,000 feet of log-' from Mnho, and weare prepared t" cut the largeafc bill's, i
of timber of any -limeDHionH or lengths. EstimaLcs jiiv.n at. auy time. ,Thc largest atcok of sash. I
doors, and mouldings in Kootenay.     , * *...   r*l
COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HANDN
:   A       c«I^_gb__^ :*'-;*:Y:Y Y*'
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