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Array y yx��  :~W%'  v 4.' AI  1 **������    J,'  *���       .     *>.  **���  r_K��  ESTABLISHED  1892  THURSDAY  MOBlSniSrO,  SEPTEMBER  IUNN HAS FUNKED THE JOB  >F BEATING JOHN CUNNINGHAM  BROWN IN WESTMINSTER,  Hharles H.  Gibbons Appointed Managing Editor of the World���Rivalry for a Bishopric.  VANCOUVER, September 11.���[Spe-  itfal to The Tribune.]���Thomas Gifford,  |>enior., has finally accepted the nomination m Westminster to oppose hon. J.  Brown's return at the bye-election on  l\ext Wednesday. He is running in place  1'f D. J. Munn, who declined the nomination.  Hold-ups continue on Steveston road.  Jjast night Thomas O'Brien was held  |ip, and when he refused to give up his  loney he was hit over the head with  lhe butt of a pistol by the highwayman.  |)'Bnen9was knocked senseless and lost  164 and a cheque.  I'The steamer Hating arrived from  Fkagway today with a hundred passen-  [ers and $150,000 in gold dust It is ex-  lected there will be a great exodus of  leople from Dawson this month. Miners  lay that the diggings aie changing-back  |rom summer to winter, the lecent summer work having not been altogether  Satisfactory.  The first shipments of gold from Rat  I'oitage to the Imperial Bank,for tho  iDcal assay ofiice arrived today. It was  [allied at $4000.  There is some rivalry for the position  If Anglican bishop of Kootenay between  |rchdeacon Pentreath.and Rev. L. Nor-  -ian Tucker.   The appointment will be  rjiade in two weeks.  The Woiid Printing & Publishing  j"ompany have appointed C. H. Gibbons  Is managing editor of the Daily World,  lo fill the vacancy created by the death  f ome months ago of J. C. McLagan.  the center, and a rear storeroom 20 by  50 feet. Immediately over the latter will  bo the ofllce, while along the sides and  front will run a wide balcony for crockery, glass, and light hardware. The  upper floor will be utilized partly for  the storage or display of stock and  partly for an iron and tin worker's shop.  The erection of buildings of the class  above described by business firms who  have learned'from practical experience  the actual condition of things of this  district is a significant testimony to the  improving state of trade and the good  prospects that promise increasing business and eventual profitable returns.  G. Arthur Rendell is relinquishing the  active management of mercantile business of the Eholt Trading Company at  Eholt. Mr. Rendell is retaining his interest in this flouiishmg concern, but  is for^ health reasons turning over its  management to H. J. Bayley, well and  favorably known in this district during a somewhat lengthy connection with  Rendell & Company of Greenwood, who  with Robeit Wood, whose store business  was amalgamated with theirs five or six  years ago, were the pioneer merchants  of< Boundary Creek valley.  The two county court cases mentioned  in last Monday's dispatch as having  been postponed until today for , trial  by jury, have fallen through, neither  plaintiffs having taken the stops requisite to secure a jury. .     >_  IT NOW LOOKS AS IF NO CASE  COULD BE MADE STICK AGAINST  EMMA GOLDMAN.  She Will Be Held, However, by the  Authorities Until a-Thorough In-,,  vestigation Is Held.  SAYS  IT IS VERY MIXED  BRATNOBER IS IN ROSSLAND  Would Not Talk for Publication. -  *  ROSSLAND,  September 11.���[Special  Ito The Tribune ]���Henry Bratnober, the  JSan frraneisco mining engfne&^whcTrep--'  resents1* a large1- number of the Le Roi  shareholders, did not go to New York  to meet Frecheville, as reported.    He  got into Spokane last night and came  on to Rossland at once on the delayed  j.Great Northern tiain, reaching here at  V;7:30 this evening    His coming direct  ���has set a great many rumors afloat as to  the cause and as to what will take place  at the Le Roi  offices  in consequence  jMr. Bratnober would not speak for publication this evening, and only admitted  that he had come here on Le Roi business.  '���; Architect Honeyman's residence on'  ���the south side was badly damaged by fire  early this morning. Loss $1500; insurance $1200.  Y Two of the men working for contractor Geiser were arrested today.   One was  .released, but the other, a man named  Frey, had a 38-cahber revolver and a loi  J.f-ammunition "on-his-person, ana_EeT  j!ias been remanded until tomorrow.  !:��� ROSSLAND,    September   11.���[Associated    Press.]���The    Rossland    Miner  ���uotes   William   McDonald,   vice-president of the Miners' Union,  that "The  a-ame is up, but that he does not want  ].he  boys  to  go  back to work  immediately."   The Minor states that it ha.  a its  possession  Incontrovertible  evidence that Mr. McDonald used the expression attributed to  him, and chal-  )*_ges the union official to deny on oath  he   truth  of its  assertion.    A couple  f days ago three men were discharged  com the Josie mine and came down  own to the Union hall, where they were  iken care of.    Today one of the trio,  iving the" name of Edward F. Frey of  ipokane, was arrested for carrying con-  ���jaled weapons.   He was.dismissed, but  ;.e gun, a.'$15 Smith & Wesson,.was  imflscated. ���������������������������  -   Political Situation at Victoria,  J. Fred Hume returned from a .trip  to Victoria last evening. He says matters political have become very much  .mixed by reason of the action of premier Dunsmuir in taking J. C. Brown,  the member for Westminster City, into  the cabinet The opinion on the Coast  seems to be that this will cost the government at least three-members m the  city of Victoria, as well as "two mem-  beis in Vancouver. All told the m-Label's of the legislature who are op.-'iajd  to the entrance of Biown into the cabinet figure out that this move,will result  in the defeat'of the government,, but  there is at present np means of knowing just how the" members in the' interior will take the change. ','  Of the members  of the house who  twill oppose the government as a protest against the entrance,, of the mem-  ;.ber for\Westminster into the cabinet  ' the. names ^ of Jthec| ollowmg*.. are.- mentioned;* but it has' ribtyet" been demon-;  &trated that all of those mentioned are  correctly placed:   'Helmcken and  McPhillips of Victoria, Haywa'rd of Esqui-  malt, Neil of Alberni, Garden and Tatlow of Vancouver, McBride of Dewdney,  Murphy ot West Yale, Ellison of East  Yale,  and   Green  ofi.Slocan.   ''Against'  these may be set the members _of the  Mai tin following in the house who can  be  counted  upon 'suppprtmg the .new  combination*   Martin, Brown, Maclnnes,  Gilmour,  Oliver,   Munro,  and   Stables.  The uncertain members, tlieiefore, easily  hold the balance of power.   As the two  bye-elections caused by the retirement  of finance minister Turner and Brown's  acceptance of a portfolio, the opponents  of the government profess to be able  to carry both, but at present the opponents of the government are doing all  the talking.    In Victoria the name of  the government candidate has not been  decided upon, and no one appears to be  -able-to_hint"whcrh"e^wilFbe^   In" "either"  case the issue would, in a very great  measure,   turn   upon   the   prospective  strength of the government . There is  one  seat  which   the  government  will  likely lose for the next session, at least.  This is the riding (North Victoria) represented by speaker Booth.   Mr. Booth  is at piesent ill in the hospital at Victoria, and it is-said theie is very little  prospect of his being able to take his  scat next session.  TOME AND BRICK TAKING  [The Place of Wood at Greenwood-  JGREENWOpp,  September 11.���[Spe-  111, to The Tribune.]���JvW.yMellor of  r ctoria, who..does an extensive :busi-  Iss in; the province in paints; oils,1 and  lite; glassyYhaying y branches' in'.'Robs-.'  J-id,: Greenwood,' ' and ; Phoenix^y and  j .ncies in' Vancpuyer and Nelson, to-;"  [y commenced 'the erection in Green- ���  lod-of a substantial 25; 60-foot brick  iildiriglfor; his local business.'  MrY and.  1 s.YMellor have"' been visiting several  lalth resorts, and they will 'now make  ���stay in Greenwood! until work.in tlie  Iff- building :shall have been well ad-  laced.; Vy Z7 -X-    .  Irhe large and handsome -business  lick the itussell-Law-Caulfleid Com-  liy, Limited, are erecting in Green-  [od is now making a .good showing.  Je basement walls have been finished  |_ the superstructure is rising < rap-  [y. The building will be 50 feet by 100.  lassed stone will give, the structure a  lid appearance,, and it is intended'. to  [finish the building and put in it mod-  ji conveniences, as will make it one  Ithe 'best buildings here. The ground  V will be arranged as a semi-divided  Ire,50 by SO. feet, with a double row  Ishelving running all the way down  Synod in Session.  MONTREAL, September ll.���The synod of the Church of England opened its  session hero this morning with choral  celebration of holy communion in Christ  church  cathedral.    The celebrant was  the   bishop   of  Toronto,   while   bishop  Dunn of Quebec! and , Bishop Kingdon  of Fredericton, were epistler and gospeller, respectively.   The litany was intoned by bishop Mills ofKingston.   The  archbishop ofMontreal was.'the preacher. SLater dean Carmiehael was chosen  prolocutor;, dean Innes, London, deputy  prolocutor;,'canon.Clarke, Ancaster, Ontario,! clerical: secretary;   J.  J.  Mason,'  Hamilton;  lay secretary;   and  Charles  Gerth, Montreal, treasurer.  A resolution  of���:regret over the attempted:assassination of president McKinley 'was passed.  The remainder of the afternoon session  was: occupied  by;, the  discussion  of a  resolution favoring the adoption of the  ��� Go'thenburg system., of liquor licensing  in Canada.,   No decision was reached.  ". Why Seymour, Resigned.  ;,':--'Y'.HAliIFAX-, September, -il.���The reason fo'r: the .resignation of lord William  Seymour, as-general ofilcer commanding the British troops in British North  America, has just become known. When;  the first Canadian contingent reached -  Halifax, Seymour- assumed command.  Hutton-objected, saying Seymour had  no jurisdiction over the troops. Seymour protested to lord Minto, and Minto  decided in Hutton's flavor. Se'ymour  then! appealed tp Lansdowne, and Hutton was again supported. As a result  Seymour resigned. When he "reached  England, he appealed to the war ofllce  board, which has just rendered a decision ln his favor, reversing the decisions of Lansdowne and Minto. .  WASHINGTON,   September   ll.���The  department of .justice'has'not decided  upon any steps to secure possession of  Emma Goldman for the purpose of taking action against her in^the federal  courts.   She was arrested by the Chicago police on the request of the Buffalo  authorities, and it is supposed by the  department of justice that ,she will be  itaken to New York state.    The belief  is  that  the  governor' ofi Illinois  will  honor  any request the  state  of New  York may makve for the prisoner. There  is no' reason for the federal authorities  to desire possession of ^Miss Goldman  now.    They haveYplenty of-time while  she 'is m the hands of Ytate authorities  to "discuss their plans,' and to act later  if they, see fit.    Secret 'service authorities state she .was] not arrested at their  request and that they have no idea of  prosecuting her, unless directed by the  department of justice'to do so, or unless  they secure testimony ^hat she was involved in the shooting'of the president.  Chief'Wilkie said today, that so far  he has not heard ,any evidence tending  to show that'the .Anarchist bodies at  Paterson, New Jersey, had anything,to  do with the shooting of the president.  Chief Wilkie denied in the most emphatic terms the report that his office  'had received warnings"that'the president's life would be' attempted *at'Buf-'  falo.    "Usually we get a large number  of letters from ^cranks every time the  president ��� goes toNa place1," said chief  Wilkie;  "but we did not get even any  crank letters just before the president  went to Buffalo.'* We investigate-practically, all'the warnings and intimations  that come 'here, >no matter  how convinced .we may;.be that .they are from,  irresponsible ' persons, "and   we,-would'  -have-made-; (antinvestigatldn- this-time  had anything been received."     ] < '*-  'BUFFALO, September 11.���District attorney Penny and secretary of war Root  will confer today on the legal steps to  be taken for the prosecution" of'Leon  Czolgosz and Emma Goldman.' The" police have encountered a difficulty m finding evidence of overt- acts within the  state of New York on the part of the  Goldman woman and seem Inclined to  favor her piosecution in the federal  courts. It is expected that the conference between the secretary of war and  the district attorney will result in some  definite plan of action.  CHICAGO, September 11.���Magistrate  Prindiville today granted a continuance  until the 19th in the case of the Anarchist lecturer, Emma Goldman, who  was arrested here yesterday. City prosecutor Owen said that the prisoner was  charged with conspiracy to murder the  president, and therefore he desired that  she be held without bail. No lawyer, ap-  pearedto represent her; but, with a determined snap of her teeth, she said she  was ready to proceed without counsel.  When the court granted the continuance,  she said she wished to be allowed her  freedom under bond. The magistrate  said that as the last bulletin indicated  that the distinguished patient at Buffalo was on the high road to recovery,  they would consider the matter of bail  further and would announce his decision at noon.  Late this afternoon he decided to hold  her without bail until Friday 'morniin^  or until she can come before a judge in  the upper courts. '  on Observatory inlet, on the northern  coast i of British Columbia, paying  Messrs. Budge, Collison and Flewin,  residents of the north, $46,000 for-the  property.  TORONTO, September 11.���John Anderson, an employee 6t Gowans, Kent  & Co.}, was^ killed today at* noon while  attempting "to cross at,the fourth story  .of the;:factory fromjone window to another.* '  HALIFAX, September 11.���There is  a water famine in Cape Breton, county  * AIL wells and reservoirs are .dry, and  water' has to be hauled for a distance  of ten miles to the "coal mines. Contin-  uedTdrough the cause., _ (   j-'"1, *  -'ST. GEORGE, Ontario, September-11.  ���J. -S. Thompson, a prominent farmer  residing a few miles north of here, was  kicked by "a horse'yesterday afternoon  while, hooking'' a ',team to t his harrow  and was instantly killed.  YARMOUTH, Nova/Scotia, September  11.���Two cases of smallpox developed  on a Dominion Atlantic lailway train.1  The victims were not allowed td enter  the town, but weie detained at Mete-  ghan-and the tram fumigated.  TORONTO, September 11.���Since his1  return from 'Australia'; Hon. William  Muloek,* postmaster "general, has adopted and is' now,' having manufactured  in Canadaf,a number-of letter boxes*  double the size of the largest size now  in! use.     n ^ \zj i *    ���  -  -.- *  HALIFAX, September' ll.���The -Brit-"  , ish,cruisers Tjibune'and Indefatiguable  and the -torpedo/*boat destroyer Quail  left' here last night to meet the Ophir,  -with the duke and* duchess of Cornwall  and Yoik on,, board and_to. escort them  to Quebec'        v        -. .    *  SLOGAN'S BIG  PRODUCERS  BIOH SHOWING IN THE SLOGAN  STAR WINZE.  Properties in the Vicinity of Sandon  ���   Are Now Employing Upwards    ���  ' ,     ' of 500  Men. ,    /  MOLLY GIBSON CROSS-CUT  -i-  EXPECTED TO TAP" THE' LEDGE  '��, - J  . i <  ' >    > f.  '  .      >, . IN'^SO, DAYS.  .  ��� * ���  rProperty <Willt Be-in Shape for Econ  i-    \. -,. -t    -l       -      . k       ��� ���  *   "'oroical Working on*a Large ���  , , r - -* ���;. '    ��� '  i   *   ,     Scale This ^Winter.  . ' n  j    That'* the/approaching   winter   will  >see% a ^considerable revival in the mining^ industry, ,not onlyjjjwith- respect- to  the"'_aines of the,Slocan,'Imt.in-the case  of those",adjacent to Nelson, now seeins~  assured. tThe'assurance that the United  Duncan Mines' will be m ,shape within  the next month to put a large force of  men to work on the Poorman has had a  very encouraging effect upon the business  community  of this  city, _and to  this may be added the assurance though  not quite so definite, that work upon the  Molly Gibson property .will be-resumed.  For several weeks past'G. Cordiana has  nad a small crew of men at .work on the  Molly  Gibson  getting  it  in  shape for  woik this winter. He lias had a contract  tor the ,dnving ot a 300 loot crosscut  from the level ot the tramway to tap  the ledge and his work is now approaching completion, it being estimated that  he is now Vithin 35 .feet of the ledge  with the end of his tunnel, so,that the  ledge should be reached withing the next  30 days. The running of this tunnel will  rosult^in a very consideiable saving in  the handling of the Molly Gibson out-  CANADIAN   NEWS   SIFTED  Down to Single Paragraphs.'  HALIFAX, September 11���Charles E.  Archibald, who was first mayor -of  Truro, died yesterday.  MONTREAL, September 11.���Schlatter, the divine healer, is here. So far he  has- not attracted any attention.  MONTREAL, , September 11.���Archbishop Bond, metropolitan of Canada,  celebrated ,his,eightiem" birthday today.  WINNIPEG, September 11.���On Saturday three-quarters of a- million bushels of the new crop of wheat were ship-  lied east.'  TORONTO,    September    11. ��� Ernest  Beer, son of the proprietor of the Bull's  Head hotel, has been arrested, charged  with having caused the death of Michael'  Hartnett a few weeks ago in a flghtr' -'  BOWMANVILLE,  Ontario September  11.���W. S. 'Wight of Tyrone, an- extensive  and  well   known  dealer  ln  farm  stock, was assaulted and robbed/of $2000  while on his way home yesterday morn-  inE-.Y  ���'," .!;������'���"'���..,;���       Y. ..-::������ ,Y ;���/..-������..  TORONTO,    September .   11.���Buffalo  sporting men are erecting a.big.arena,  at.Fort Erie, in which it is proposed to  pull off boxing contests during the winter.   The. attorney general  of  Ontario'  announced  this morning that frontier  police  would  attend   every  exhibition,  and anyYthing in,the nature of a prize,  fight would be promptly stopped.  Y VICTORIA, September 11.���M. K. Rogers , pf ; Seattle, representing the Amalgamated Copper Company, has, according tb reeenfc djspatchgs frpm the north,  purchased the Bonanza group 0?Ymines  put and it will also en���D,le the company  to('work a very mucn greater number  of men to advantage, thus cutting down  the cost of mining  It is thought that the crosscut which  is now being dmen will open up a veiy  rich body of ore, as it will strike the  ledge immediately below the rich chute  of oro which was taken out in the upper workings of the property while it  was being developed by the first owners.  This ore was thrown over the dump, but  when the present company took hold  some four ca��3 of the ore wero sorted  i and shipped to Pueblo That the chute  contained some of the richest ore mined  iu this section was ./idenced by >the  smelter returns, lrom these-shipments,  ono of the cars shipped giving a smelter return of 320 ounces silver, to the ton.  If'it should be, found that th_;ledge carries the same values where it is tapped  lower .own by.the present tunnel it will  mean a big thing for the holders of  Molly Gibson stock. 7'Z  .When the ledge is cut in the lower  level it is the intention of the company  to drift both ways on it as "well as tp  mako a raise of 250 feet to connect with  the 'upper workings. As it is-expected  that this upraise will be in pre, the  'making of it,will necessitate the:faking  out of considerable quantities yof high  grade product. -   ..';.���;-.  Those who.are familiar^vith^Jl-h. Molly  Gibson. say. 'that.Yfhat the.; prpRerty re'-;  quires more ;than .any thing else "is a  concentrator. There. are at ypresenty on'  th'e dumps,several thousand tons"-pf 'pre,  the average values of -which'", are -s^id  .to be from 25 to 30 ounces silver, as well  as considerable quantities of the -same  grade of pre in the ��� stopes, .This pre,  while it would yield a handsomeY profit  if concentrated, will barely payth*. qpst  ���of mining and treatment under present  .conditions. It is said that the company'  has received offers, from mill men. who  were willing to put up a mill for the ore  'at-present upon the dumps, but the offer  was not entertained .by; the officers of  the company, and.as yet the��� company  has not taken any steps to put in a mill  on its own account. While work upon the  crosscut has been proceeding the company has had a few men at work' in the  jipper workings cleaning up the stopes  and  getting things in shape -for  work  this winter. These men have now sacked.  ;and ready 'for shipment some 200 tons  of high grade ore, which will be brought  dpwn the kill as soon as snow comes,  ,    William McAdams, editor of the San-  , don Paystreak, is in Nelson on his' way"  ;east on. a-six week's holiday trip. He  says things in the Slocan have'taken* a  turn for the better. There'are now employed in the mines, aside from the pro-',  perties, along Slocan lake, at least'500  ,men,- and it is safe to say that tne'num-  ���ber will keep on growing. Of the prop-  'ertiesi'he said several  of them never  looked better, but in some Instances the  owners were face to face with, large expenditures in their search for fresh ore  bodies.. This was the case of the Last  Chance, Payne and others of lesser note,  Atrthe last Chance the long tunnel which  is being driven to tap'the ledge at'a  depth ofUOOO feet vertical is1 now in 50  feet( beyond'where it was'expected the  ledge    would    be    encountered.'   This'  prompted the management, of the* pro-'  erty to call in the sei vices of professor  Paiks of Spokans for a report on the  geology of.the hill. The'tunnel is now in  1780 feet, but professor Parks in-his re-<  port-predicts that the tunnel will have  tto crowd11900 feet pretty close before.it  can be expected to tap the ledge. Curiously, enough  the report of* piofessor  Parks i as a geologist is' said to have  borne out the report furnished by -the  men* operating  the   electrical   mineral  finder,  This  appliance,  which  was/at  flrst. generally regarded ^asv a ,fake,  is  .now;; being 'viewed with Very difcerent  feehngs.^The finder has been very extensively-employed in prospecting'the  Noble   Five   hill   and   the   results   attained with it are said to have been astonishing. As a test'of the merit "of the'  finder the Last Chance people have applied it to the work of tracing the-Last  Chance,, ledge, with the, result/tnat^ the  ledge has .been traced and/ pegged* but  lor a .distance of* 4000 feet   As located  by the nnder^the ledge-runs through ^the*  Summit and Bird fractional claim., making a very shaip tum, but bearing out  the   contention   which   superintendent  Regan of the Last Chance has made tor  s>ome time. At several points along the  couise traced out by the finder the ledge  has been opened and the reading of the  electric finder verified. One interesting  icature in connection with these openings is tne result of the work done on  the Summit* and Bird fraction, owned  by Alex Smith. These claims weie purchased by Smith some time ago on the  suength ot a very good surface showing and work started in a small way.  Up to date, out of a 38 foot hole the  owner  has  taken  seven  cais  of high  grade carbonates'and galena.  The big properties ot the camp in the  opinion of Mr. McAdams upon present  showings are the Slocan Star, Reco-  Goodenough, Rambler, and American  Boy The Star is at present working a  ioice of 50 men, but is expected that thib  number will shortly be increased to 150.  claimed  that  tho  company has  three  chutes of ore, but there is considerable  work ahead of the company. The word  from the American Boy is highly encouraging and it is reported that a dividend will shortly be-declared upon the  stock, which at present is down in the  vicinity of 10 cents. The Rambler property continues to develop well. Work at  this property has been  followed with  interest by mining men for the reason  that it was generally understood that  the primai y rock of the section would  be encountered sooner on this property  than on any of the others. The Rambler  has now attained, a depth of 700 feet and  the primary rock1 is proven to-be granite, but the most satisfactory, feature in  connection with the matter is the knowledge that the veins enter4 the granite,  and in the case of the Rambler'the ore  appears to be richer than ever before.  *--"���_,  j ��� -vt|  ���   *���" ^-wl  ,' '-^ri  *J1:   1  '-. 'X.I  * Zr.'i I  "*"._rF  -f" IP1  vte  THE COMPANY PROMOTIONyIS  -   -     * ix tr �� jt  DAILY EDITION  ���._  if.  ��,��.  _     &-1 u  -���   Ih'$*���***-&.  AND MANIPULATION THATJHAS^^^I  -      i BBOUGHT' DISOBEDITV .T. ^,#tiii'  - ."��� ���   ,j UV^*-v*%^'j__S|  On Mining in, British' Columbia^Des- r33-M  ���   *   -  -        - -  - '' -f',!-',iyPfJri��,&fS  ,"���'  FOREIGN  NEWS >BY/WIRE  r United States. ��� , _ ���'  ' NEW YORK, September 11.���,The  United States grand jury which has1 been  (investigating the affairs of the failed  ���> Seventh National Bank of this city to-day handed four indictments , to  Lacombe in the United' States  tBench warrants were-isssued  by the judge. , '        -  SAN DIEGO, California, September 11.  In the one mile championship swimming  race between Howard Biewer of-San  Francisco and Wilbur^E. Kyle'of'this  city, Brewer won 1^28 minute's 31 and  1-5 seconds," breaking*'the American  amateur record of 28.* 52 * 2-5, which was  made by Otto Wahle at the Pan-Ameri-*  can exposition on July 9th. "..,.  ��� PITTSBURG, September'll.���Rumors  that* the strike had been settled, or j was-  about,to be, were againLin circulation today, but,the Amalgamated "officials were  positive'in their denials'-that- a settlement had been effectedr'No newtprripo-  sition has been made by the Association  The president said' there> was"no" truth*  m .the story^thaUhe" was willing, to resign, _ or that the matter had been  touched upon"duung the meeting of the  committee,' y   _,*/    "��� *.'  ������ /,       Europe.  ,. *��� y ''-",  '���" '  ^LONDON, September 11.���liord'Kitchener reports tothe war office fiom-Pre--  UoriaV as\ follows:    Methuen 'engaged  Vautender and Delarey in Great-Marias  valley on* September 6th* and again<]on  , the 8th,' driving them from -a strong position  The Boers left six dead on September 6th/and 12 on September 8th'.-  Forty-one prisonei s 'were captured.   ��� -  ��� LONDO^Sei*e'__berrf^  the St.vLeger by a neck. The condition,  of the race were:   25" sovereigns  each  for 3-year-olds,   one mile six. furlongs  and,132 yards. There were 244 subscriber**. The betting pievious to the start  was 40 to 1 against Doncles;' 10 to 11  against-Kolodyovok, who was second,  and 2 to 1 against Revenue, who was  third.    .  we are able to afford space to.Y It proves' vBlf  to^anyone reading it -that"-the, minesV-* ^J***138*1  .Columbia' have had' nothing^  liquidator,  inate ,a  points him  meeting of creditors for1 the same k*N*sw_jf'  purpose, and they^have resolved that IVf^WML  , is, undesirable to-have^a committee, of ^Bil^llftl  Inspection, but in the .event of 'the share-^^S  holders nominating such a' 'committee fenQ���tl  ,they feel that they..ought,to*be repre-"^^^  sented^on that committeerrand'/conse-^^^^  quently they have 'nominated ^our^gen^^K^^  .tlemen to-actnn\that'capacity,Mn-'the^^MW  event. of, your , wishing to--'nominate ��� d S��  committee.    You know' that"'it**is< *ttiel^*^5�� '  duty of the directors to^submitfa si&t^MmWL,  ment of affairs' showing/the assets andt^lJil  liabilities, of, the: company at YtheJdatelFW^  of liquidation.'    They have r' done;that'-l?W_f*'  ���and the- staement  snows unsecured ucunum tu me amount.-^ J**i35nt_  -,f:��27.4'00.0.^d-as?e.ts to the~estimatedt^#MM|  ^v>>/K.��'_'  %**^?SS_9S|  wbly can that those aro.Mt-.myJestt^...,-..,-���.  mates.at,all   .The directors return'the^*\.l_S^t  liabilities at-��274,000. Proofslhave beea*.-'"*'%3_��_$-  lodgedy by 'creditors', with "me  to"-��tte*"J?=f&3_f|  amount (of, something,' oyer L-C800_000**6*a��_iS_^_l  cipal,items consist of .investments' in ���"'" V^-fWl  shares amounting'-;to"��824,000?'which"'-''.vi'- /$-'Jftl  consist-to the ^extent of about ��500,00. ���'" ^ r <4*?W��  in companies formed by the London' __'- .V^-.*"!.  llio ���T'^^n^^o Wr_~     ~_J     U..l__-      _,..!,.'      '���*    .      i-i.'"'<_SB  It is not thought that the present hti  gation between the Slocan Star owners  and the owners of the Rabbit Paw and  other   claims   will   mterfeie   with   the  woiking of the Slocan's big producei.  Pioiessor Parks is now at the Star. It  is generally uudeistood that he is pre-  panng himself to give evidence for the  Byion N   White Company in the apex  suit which has been entered against it  As to the Slocan Star, it is baid that  the bhowing in the property is the best  in its history. From the'No. 5 level a  winze ha. been sunk a distance of 120  feet ifpon a fine showing of grey copper. It is said that this ore body continues for the entire depth of the winze,  and in the bottom is ns strong as at any  point. This paystreak varies in \yldtli  from 8 inches to 2 feet aiid is said to  have an average value of 120 ounces  silver, Work upon this winze was discontinued some time ago owing to the  need for improved machinery.' The qwni  ers of the Slocan Star are at present  making  arrangements ' with   the   Trail  smelter fpr the shipping of, its entire  output iii its crude form, the mine in  return for an* exceptionally low treatment rate undertaking to do this and at  lead percentage in the shipments.     ���  In speaking qf tlie; Reco-Goodenough  showing Mr. McAdams said, that in one  v/inze,; which: has. been sunk for a depth.  of 130 feet to an'intermediate level, and  ���-.iehg a drift upon this level, for a distance of 110 feet,  the owners have a  showing of about eight inches of ore.  which is said to 'equal in value that bf  the former shipments whiclv.hav. made-  the Recq-Goodenqugh property famous.-  This paystreak,.it'is estimated, will average all the way from 800 to G0Q ounces'  silver to the ton.  At the Payne njanager Garde is doing  good work, but the general opinion Is  that he has a lot of dead work in front  of him beforo-the property will be in  shape again to sustain its previous  heavy-shipments. An experiment is to  be mado at the 'Payne with electric  drills, which will be put to work in the  No. S tunnel: These drills have been  found to work very advantageously at  Georgetown, Colorado, but they have  novel* been tried in British Columbia  and it yet remains to be proven whether  the conditions here are favorable to  them. The drills arrived at Kaslo on  Tuesday and were sent forward to the  Payne yesterday. They cost upwards of  $1700 each*. '' *---������������  At the  Noble Five properties  it is  CONSTANTINOPLE, September 11.���  Fitty Armenian i evolutionists, according  to Tui kish reports, recently set fire ,to  tho Musselman quarters at Mush, Turk-!,  ish Armenia, where fighting afterwards'  occurred, the Aimenians retiring towards Sassaoun. It is also reported that  the Aimenians and^ Turks blew up .the  bai racks at Sassaoun on September 3rd,  where 3000 troops were stationed, and  that a state of panic prevailed there in  consequence. Such Turkish repoits have  previously been forerunners of massacres of Aimenians, and it is generally  apprehended by non-Musselmen here  that massacres have already-taken placo  Plot to Murder Chamberlain.  LONDON,   September   11. ��� Martial  Faugerln,    a    Frenchman,    who    was  charged today at Clerkenwell court with  the  murder  of Herman  Jung, an  old  Jew, about ten days ago, told a remarkable story of a plot to kill Joseph Chamberlain, the colonial secretary. Faugerin  said ho had been the recipient of small  loans from Jung.   The day of the murder Jung summoned him to his shop,  where they discussed the misery caused  by the South African war, whicli Jung  declared Mr. Chamberlain was responsible for, and told Faugerln that if he  could kill Mr,yChamberlain, he (Jung),  through intermediaries, would guaranteo  him, a fortune, tendering him a ten-  pound note to buy good clothes to enable him tor approach his victim.   Faugerln says when he refused, Jung declared   he  should   not  leave the  shop  alive, and that the latter picked up a  heavy  iron,   rushed   on  Faugerin  and  felled him to the, ground.   Faugerin then  drew a. knife and stabbed his; assailant  in the neck,   The prisoner, who signed  the foregoing statement, was committed  for trial.   Jung was a; noted-socialist,  the last survivor .Qf a group of which  Carl. Marx was a member.   They formed  the Re.d. International in London in 1864,  ���In spite of, Jung's reputation of earlier  years of being a violent and desperate  Red,   personally  he  was  a  quiet  and  'skillful organiser, and was never specially connected- with any of the acts  of violence in which his reputed disciples were involved.  Globe 'Corporation.and, by 'the,British:'  America Corporation,  but which - have-/  never been putYupon, the' market,- arid ,  the shares vof*which are held either entirely by the London^'Globe'and 'British America* Corporations or jointly*by  them   and " the- Standard   Exploration >  Company., I think the^only other item.   -  to which T need direct your attention is  that of book debts, which arc estimated,  to  realize   ��214,000.    That includes  a  debt due from the Standard Exploration  Company of  ��202,982,  which  is  taken:  at its par value.   In course of time you ,  will  receive from me a printed sum-  mary of the statement of affairs of the*  company, also a printed list  of assets  and   a  full   statement  concerning  the  whole history of the company.   I hope  you will get that within about a week.  -Thisypompany~has~not^been~long In my   "  ��� ),<  Lighting Contract Causes Trouble.  MONTREAL, September 11.���An injunction was served on the city this  morning by G.^A. Nantel, to prevent  mayor Prefontaine signing the lighting  contract with the Royal Electric Company, on the grounds that the contract  was given in an irregular manner. The  Royal first tendered at ?85 per lamp a  year ago, but was forced to come down  in prico, to ?60 by the action of the St.  Lawrence. Power Company, which  agreed to supply to light for $54.75 per"  lamp per year. The Royal's' friends in  the city couneil succeeded- in subsequently having, tjhe contract awijrd.ed  them at reduced price, henqe Nantel's  action.  hands, and I am sure you will understand that it has beet* no light task,  considering the short time I have had  to unravel the tangled skein of this  company's affairs. The threads of the  transactions of the three allied companies���that is to say, the London &  Globe Corporation, the British America  Corporation, and the Standard'Exploration Company���perpetually cross and  recross. I stand here today fully conscious of tlio extreme difficulty of making clear to you in words the whole  story of this company in which such  a number of difficulties aie necessarily  involved.  .HISTORY OF THE  COMPANY.  The company was registered  in October, 1.97, and: was promoted by the  London & Globe Corporation.    Its flrst  directors were lord  Dufferin,  who resigned Yin  December,  1900;   lord  Loch,  who died in June, 1900; the hon. C. H.  Macintosh, who resigned in May, 1899;  E.  A.  Hoare, who resigned in March,  1898, and Whitaker Wright.   Lord William Beresford was appointed a director  in January, 1898, and "he died  In  April, 1899.   R. E. Leman was appointed  a director in January, 1900, and resigned in December, 1900.   Sinclair Macleay  was appointed a director in February,  1900, and is still a director.* Thus Whitaker  Wright and  Sinclair  Macleay are  the only two directors-at present remaining.   I think that all the directors  who are bound to be present are i-ere*  today,   but  I  should   like  to  tell  yoir  of one thing I have done.   Lord Dufferin  came over to see me some time ago,  and gave all the information he had.  I believe he placed every memorandum,  in his possession at my disposal.   I am  not entitled to require lord Dufferin to  come to this meeting, T*ut he said he was  quite willing to come over from Ireland  for the purpose* in spite of his health  not being good.,   I told hinvthat really  I did not think it necessary; 7 did not  feel that I was justified in asking him  to come, and I hope ���* you will approve  of my action in tha matter.   (Applause.)  In December, 1897, the prospectus was  1 issued by the London & Globe Corporation.   One million pounds sterling was  offered for subscription, and the whole  of it was subscribed ;~��S00,000 was then  subscribed by the public, ��200,000 being-  kept in reserve by the Standard Explora-  (Contlnuod on Third Page,)  TTM]  '_$\  . ,'l R-y,___'l'ftfcR_-��_^ ��-  ���-w-sS.     - ��  * i,iW.-l����k"'*W_'ttJIl��.*3__-^^  i��*__ar��Has��a_iaB>v_i  nU^^At______jAiU_j__.'J  THE KELSON TRIBUNE,  THIJBSDAY MORNIISrG,vSEPTEMBER 12, 1901  2_*_2_ _____>��__  iff ���   to  to  m  to  to  ���L    *  4_*  sr,'  fl.  *  to  to  to  'for  ooDvcjp-A-isr^r  INCORPORATED 1670.  CALGARY LAGER  BEER  A CARLOAD OF TH'S  FAMOUS BEER  HAS JUST BEEN  RECEIVED AND WE ARE  SELLING IT TO THE FAMILY TR\DE AT  $2.50 per do ftr quarts.     $1.50 per doz for pints. "  DELIVERED TO ANY PART OP THE CITY.  TELEPHONE NO. 13.  I flUIOFS BAY COIPM  i ��. -   ���;      '0-0   ������ y     -, t_,  BAKER STREET, NELSON, B. C.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  We are daily in  recelj.it ot fresn  photo supplies  ���films, printing  papers, plates,  chemicals, and  aU developing  accessories. We  . have all the  standard kodaks and cameras, and have  s>omo dainty albums for mounting prints,  in the standard sizes, at 20c, 25c., and 35c.  each; they are wonderful value, being- made  of dark matte mounting paper with neat  cover and tied with silk cord.  'jS '-iS. '-TrSS* '"-SS* * .& * 5_. * IB- * <__* * <__** _���_ **���__���' ���_. *!!___* ITS. '*���__> **���?_' *--_{_���     ff&l     000.00 .000.  _2_    ___"���___ -*���*���__*���-���*��� 00*0**00. 00. 00.00. 000.000  -_rrtf_ ��� ___ m-1___. ���__.,   _���_���    _r_    ___*_,     mfr,  xjm^. jS^I *mn*      ''*      "'     tru  1>>__L_  9\  9}  LADIES' SUNSHADES  a AT HALF PRICE.  H      UMBRELLAS AT-CUT  8 PRICES.   ,  THOMSON STATMEBY CO. Ltd  Pianos to Rent.  NELSOiV, B. C.  '*&B^:&&rGGG���6* ti> -H^9-$*����**-**  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  ' ASSAYERS' ^UPPLffi^   "w. F. 1'EETZE<Z7~is CO.���CORNER OF  Baker and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers in ��� a3sayer's supplios.  Agents for Denver Fire Clay Company,  Denver, Colorado. ' '  COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  H. J- EVANS & CO.-BAKER STREET,  Nelson, ' wholesale dealers In liquors,  cigars,   cement,   fire   brick  and   fire ,clay,  "���water  pipe   and   steel   rails,   and  general  _.'iu_uiis_iou meichants.  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  .-.  KOOTENAY     ELECTRIC   'SUPPLY     &  ' ' Construction   Company���Wholesale  dealers  in telephones, annunciators,    bells,, Dutter-  r.  ies/electric flxtur<*_ and appliances. Houston Block, Nelson.    '   _.-"   ���?fiH?^I-'^?.?:4:IjT MEATS.  .      p.   BURNS~^~Ca^B^JE__j_r^STKEE'i.  Nelson,   wholesale   dealers   ln   fresh , and  ���' r, cured meats. Cold storage. ,t   r    _"    - \'      GROCERIES.       ''���'���' Z.  -���"���_ '"���-' ' �� A. MjVCDONALU _-. CO.���(_oxti-<i_x. Oi''  igSif**1*, J Front and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale  $��${�����"'- J grocers  and  jobbers,*-, in  blankets,   gloves,  ' e *. .-  fp-J  5ft * -  'U-.-Y-'. *  a*--.   ��� -  if" -, a  ���.  *  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WBD-  nesday evening of each week at 7. o'clock,  in Miners' Union Hall. C. - J. Clayton,  president; Alex. B. Murray, secretary.  PAINTERS' UNION MEET,THE 'FIRST  and third Fridays ln each month at Miners' Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. Walter R.  Kee, president; Henry Bennett, secretary.  PLASTERERS' UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening in the Elliot Block, at 8  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; William  Vice, secretary. P. O. Box 161.  Megiv'--  'mr,-~.  'kT7\ v,'  Wtr;7  St'-. < .   f  fiB-���. .i  17- i'" -  v, - .,-  yy.    ���-  mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws and miners', sundries.*,      rt>      <   * ',   '  ->  KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIM-  Ited.���Vernon    street,    Nelson,    wholesale  r.- grocers. ' ���   . \      r  '    i   '>r  ~,JOHN   *'CHOLDITCH    &    CO.-FRONT  C street, Nelson, wholesale grocers.^;.    '   *-'.'  I J. Y.*GRIFFIN  & CO.-FRONT STREET,''  '   Nelson,   wholesale   dealers   in   provisions,  ,  cured meats, butler and eggs. ,  \x  !!  Jn  I1'1  111  -    '.. ._ LIQUORS .AND DRY GdoDS.    y  \  ."TmJRNER,    BEETON'  &   CO.���CORNER.  Vernon'   and   Josephine    streets.    Nelson,  wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars and dry  ���*    goods. .Ajjents for pabst Brewing Company  .    of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Company of Calgary.  -  *���'   \r *        WINES AND CIGARS.  ' '    CALIFORNIA^WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  ted���Corner, of Front and Hall streets, Nel-  ' son., wholesale dealers In wine.**,'case and  bulk, and-domestic and imported cigar..  ' * BTTSINESS DIRECTORY;  ��� j   ; ARCHITECTS.   A. C. EWART.���ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  Aberdeen Block, Baker Street, Nelson.   J CHOP HOUSE.   '    '   PIONEER CHOP HOUSE. JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  Baker btreet. Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling  parties ^supplied on shortest^ notice.      ._,  DRAYAGE.    ~FLJRN1TURE, PIANOS, SAFES, ETC.,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Pro_ser's second Hand .tore, Ward street.   FURNITURE.   D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealers, undertakers and cmbalmer*. Day  "phone No. 292, night 'phono No. 207. Next  new postofllce building, Vernon street,  Nelson.  TEAS.  " wiT^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  rates.  Kootenay Coitee Company.  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Leg, Pan  Flrod; in bulk or packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  THAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  wo are selling at 30 cents per pound Is  giving tho bent of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootenay   Coffoo   Company.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  "Tr__j__T__l___jmG^  Wo are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C, Room i,  K. W. C. Block.   GOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospector.' Exchange,  Kelson, B. C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETIMS.  .TRADES AND, LABOR UNIONS.  ~7_Tj!'C_jH-~Trm' ���N,'~jNc7^-rwT^rorM^  Meets in'���Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner oi Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at _ o'clock. Visiting  merobers wulcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Wilks, secretary. Union _cale  of wages for >_el*-on district per shift: Machine men $3 "iO, "lammersmen $3 25, muckers, ca_*nen, _-,o-/_.ers, and other underground laborers J3,  LAUNDRY WORKERS' , UNION.���  Meets at Miners' Union Hail on fourth  Monday in every month at 7:40 o clock p.  m. B. Pape, president* A. W. Mclre., secretary.        I   BARBERS' UNION, NO. J_G, OP THE  International Journeymen Barb.rs Union  ���of A men est, meets first and third Mondays  of each month in Miners' Union Hall at  9:30 sharp. ViK/thig members invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. H. Matheson, sec-  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES. x  rr_E__io_rijOmEri*ior23^ A. F. &  A. M. meets second Wednesday In  each   month.   Sojourning  brethrenc  invited. * 1 ��.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH" CHAPTER  No. 123, G. R. C���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning companions invited. George  Johnstone, Z.;  E.  W.  Matthews,  S. >E.  NELSON AERIE. NO. '22 F. O. E.-  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays^of  each month at Fraternity "Hall. ��� George  Bartlett; president; J. - V.' Morrison, secretary.      v ,.'   *-'    _.-,'.'  , KOOTENAY TENT NO: 7,* K. O. T. M.���  Regular meetings * flrst' and- third  Thursdays of each month. Visiting, Sir Knights .  are   cordially > invited   to   attend.   Dr.   XV.  Rose,  R. K.; A. W.'Purdy,"'Com.; G. A *  Brown, P. C. '         >--   CLASSIFIED;ADS.   .  *    ARTICLES FOR'SALK   SEWING MACHINES OF ALL KINDS  for .ale or rent at the Old Curiosity Shop.  j [JZES^SSS^ir. r~S.  FOR *" RENT���SIX ' ROOM 'HOUSE ON  Victona street, three'doors above fire hall.  Bath room and sower connections;'$15 per  month. Apply Mis. T. H.' Roberts, over  Vanstone's drug'store.        ���     I    ' . ,  a mile  (or $2,430,000 ,in all), and the  Dominion   government  is   expected  to  contribute $3200 a mile) or twice that  amount if the road is _ found to he a  costly one^to build. The people of Nova  Scotia are asked to hand over half the  cost of a piece of railway,in order tliat  certain politicians shall retain office antf  a certain firm of railway builders make  a nice cleanup. These are the same issues  on  which  the government party  are divided at Victoria. The Insurgents,  led by H.  D.  Helmcken,' favor giving  millions of the people's'money to the  V. V. & E. railway, in wbTich Mackenzie  & Mann are interested. The Stalwarts,  led by premier Dunsmuir, say not a dol-  >lar will be granted in subsidies unless  the people get a fair return on the money  advanced. This is the real issue at Victoria today, and The Tribune maintains  that premier Dunsmuir is'standing for  the rights of the people in the fight that  is now being made against his government by such men as Helmcken of Victoria and Curtis of Rossland. The day  has passed when the people of this province can be induced to build railways  for private ownership^ Every dollar so  invested  should be made an interest-  bearing asset; and if private .capital cannot be induced ,to build "railways that  are needed, then, let 'the province build  .them and own them.-,      *  9\  to  9\  rvine  36 Bakep Street, Nelson.  z~sr _S^ 8_*V'^___.  TBI  LACE ALLOVERS,  RIBBONS, VEILINGS,  DRESS TRIMMINGS  AT REDUCED PRICES.  Tixmr***^!*"!--^-'.!-  I NEW AUTUMN GOODS OPENINC EVERY  m  fix  fl\ Call and see our Fall Mantles and Ladies?'. Ready-to-\\fear Felt Hats.  % Ladies; Furs, Ladies' Flanelette and Plaid Shirt Waists.  (fV WOOL MATTRESSES AND EIDERDOWN QUILTS  to  to  First lot of  BARGAINS IN  -. VALISES TRUNKS  AND        .-   ���  TRAVELING BAGS.  NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY m  = m  36 Baker Street  a>_i_x__t_;riTiTiTr iii_u_r__p____[___-_-j  \ LADIES' KID GLOVES  �� 50 CENTS PER PAIR,  �� SEE OUR WASH  �� .        KID GLOVES.  rflliV     lxinix��Tiii-aiTT-n**Tgimji_m_i-i-----i ���'���*   _ ���'y*~��-^*       ��w* www ___x_i_t_vi_-_____-_a_t_i_ixaainxi__i_'     ,.%  ��g:jg;g;^g_L-CC-g_��� ^g.'Cgt:&&&&& \\\i ^^'^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^-^T  I  c->fi2 .-i*M>m  f-t'-'fJ  j">  SIX -ROOM COTTAGE-' AT BALFOUR  to let by the month or for the season. Immediate possession. Good fishing. Apply  C XV. Busk, Kokanee creek. Phone 66a.  Or to R..H. Williams, Baker, street, Nelson.  FOR, RENT-SIX ROOM COTTAGE, ON  Silica .street, second door west of Koote-  nay,street. Electric light; bath; up-to-date  $20, including water. Apply to A. S. Em-  breo, Latimer street, second door east of  Stanley stree.t.-  ; FOR SALE. , -  "~BREW_5_f_%HOT__LT^AND^  Furnished throughout   with   all   requirements   for   same.   Apply   to   Carl Band.  New York Brewery, Sandon.   - .   .  1   ''      * HELP WANTED.  WANTED���FIFTY TIE MAKERS. TIES  7x8, 6-lnch face. Tops can be made into  minln*. ties. Price nine cents. Fir, tam-  rack, and jack pine. Apply to Breclcen-  ridge & Lund, Morrisey, B. C.  WANTED-BELL    BOY  portor_at Hotel Phair.   AND    NIGHT  WANNTJiD-COOK. WOMAN COOK. SKr-  ond cook. Kirli* for housework, laundress, watt-  ressep, riulroHdmonV Nelson J.'inplovment Arzeu-  cj. ;Phone 278.  ' WANTED. ��� EXPERIENCED SKIRT  and waist hands.* Mrs. "Flint, Victoria  block.  SITUATIONS WANTED.  ASSAYER, WITH * SMELTER AND  mine experience, requires situation, Keep  books, etc. Address XV, Box 578, .Nelson.  '^ EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.  HELP FURNISHED���WRITE, TELE-  plionc, telegraph or Inquire Western Canadian Employment Office, Nelson.' Phono  270. Storage���I have a large warehouse for  storing household or other goods. H. A.  Prosser.  WANTED HELP OF ALL' KINDS.���  Orders for help receive prompt and careful attention. II. Purdy, Employment  Agent, Stanley street, .Nelson. Telephone  ���14. P. O. Box 582.  ��to fffrftane  SUB3CRIPTION   RATES.  Daily by mall,  one month %  50  Daily by mall, three months 1 25  Daily by mail, six months  2 50  Daily by mail,  one year  5 00  Daily by canier, one month ). 100  Dally by carrier,  three months 2 50  Dally by carrier,  six months  5 00  Daily by carrlor,   one year 10 00  Semi-weekly by mall, three months...    50  Semi-weekly by marl, sjv months 1 00  Semi-weekly  bv  mall,  one  year 2 00  Postage to Great Britain added.  ADVEP/riSING   RATES.  Display Adyertlseijieots run regularly  per  inch  per  month; $-100  If run less than a month, ptr inch per  insertion         23  Classified Ad. and Legal Notices, per  word for first insertion '..      1  For each additional insertion, per  word     , .-,,.,       1-2  Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month     GO  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, per line  per month       25  Address all letters���  TIIE   TRIBUNE   ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager Nelson, B   C.  There is an election in Nova Scotia,  and one pjC the issues is the subsidizing  of a railway Jn which Mackenzie &  Mann  figure.  The province is to sub-  _^et_li.ksUrer; *' 'c''Gai'diier- rccordln8r J Bidize the road to the extent of $13,500 .  The report of ,the official 'liquidator of  the   British   America V Corporation,   of  which s*Whittakpr (��� W/i ightYl of  London  was   managing.. director J and.' Bernard)  McDonald ' of  Rosslana  resident  man-  -a'ger, is interesting reading fatter, seeing'that both these "worthy" gentlemen  have said that mining has1 not been successful at Rossland, because of the arrogant interference of the"'miners' union  at that place. The Tribune today contains  the  report  in,- full.   All   that* is  wanted to kill the mining industry in  tliis province, so far as outside capital  is concerned, is a few more disclosures  'such- as is ,now being made in the B. A.t  C. case and which have been made in  the War Eagle and Center Star mines.  No other mining country on earth has  had so many mining companies organized for the purpose ,of fleecing the public. Yet the promoters and managers of  these   fraudulent  companies   have 'the  unblushing effrontery to .proclaim that  the non-success of their ventures > was-  due entirely to the bad laws of the province and to the worthlessness of the  men working underground.   1 ,   'I  Daniel James Munn, canneryman, has  decided not to make thei race against  John-Cunningham_Browri"InY;New_West="  minster, - and Thomas Gifford, senior,  jeweler, has-been tendered .and has accepted the job of trying : to. down, the  newly appointed provincial secretary,in  the Dunsmuir government. John Cunningham will now probably go in by acclamation.' "The Coast politicians are  jimdandies. __.   RAILWAYS   AND   POLITICS  The People Fay for Both.  There used to be a saying in some  parts of Canada that the man with' the  theodolite was the sure harbinger of an  election. Hopes of railway assistance  certainly have played a more or less important part in the provincial elections  of Nova Scotia ever since confederation.  The election now at hand is no exception  to the rule. A railway along the south  shore of the province has long been the  dream and desire of'a people who have  paid some of their share of the cost "of  railway construction in Canada and still  enjoy the privilege of the stage coachi  At one time when it looked as though  there was going to be a government assisted railway go their way, it swung in'  another direction and there was actu-  aljy/a grant of cash made from the  treasury of Nova Scotia towards the disappointed counties. This grant was  known as the "diverge fund," and was  meant to be used in improving the pub-  lie services of the counties (Queens and  Shelburne) as a recognition of the fact  that they were not being justly treated  in being kept so long without a railway.  The diverge fund was dispensed as political patronage by the party In power  In the provincial legislature, which happened to be the Liberal party.  Ten or twelve years ago there was a  charter granted by the provincial government, led by W. S. Fielding, for the  construction of a railway from Yarmouth to Halifax, along the south shore,  the usual government subvention being promised. While the promoters  were in the United States financing  their scheme, Mr. Fielding gave encour  agement to a narrow gauge railway project, and-eventually gave a charter to a  company to build a two foot road-along  exactly the same route as' that Yof the  South Shore Railway Company! The  narrow gauge company was being promoted by one of the local government's  political supporters. When the South  Shore" company's surveyors got oriY the  ground they found a. small party of surveyors-for the^narrow gauge concern  also at work, and, indeed, ground had  actually been broken towards construction, though at the time the narrow  gauge company had��not yet j received, a  charter. .Then there ensued the remarkable spectable of the "battle of the  gauges." The broad gauge people had  received assurances of the usual support  from the' Dominion government, (then  Conservative), but the affection of the  'Liberal local government was concentrated on. the narrow gauge company.'  The'resultwas that the local election of  * the year 1894, was very largelj, run in  that part'of th'e province on* the' railway  issue as usual, and the leader of the Conservative opposition was defeated' by the  promoter of the narrow gaugeMn person.  ' Some fifteen miles, of abandoned standard construction, involving "some tliree-.  hundred thousand dollars ' expenditure,  about thirty miles of narrow "gauge construction widened out to standard width  and .now in operation}jn a small way,  form the railway 'situation "in Southern  Nova Scotia at present ' '  Coincident with the announcement of  the dissolution of.the house comes the  news that the Nova Scotia government'  have entered Into an arrangement'with  Mackenzie & Mann for the construction  of'the road from Yarmouth to Halifax.  This road is to run through the counties  of Yarmouth, Shelburne, Queens, Lunr  enburg, and Halifax, so that eleven supporters of the provincial government out  -of * thirty-eight maybe expected to re--  ceive the gratitude of the''electorate.  The' contractors are to receive ?13,500  a mile from the government of Nova'  Scotia,_and_the_road^is_td-be-180-miles-  !  PKMEBOI  t ���        '.'    INSURANCE, *  REAL'.ESTATE  and MIMING,'BROKER.  REPRESENTS    ,   ' -'  The - Best, Tire' and' Life ' Insurance Com-  j  -panles Doing1"Business in the City.'  �� .   r.   ^     -  , t Money to loan at 8 perk cent upon Improved l property. * t Interest payable * 'semiannually.' Principal; payable.annually. . 'r  HOUSES TO RENT., CHEAPO  H. R. CAMERON  AQKNT.B _KRR STRW1.T.  *-.-   t~     0- -Jt.*  :   BEAL, ESTATE  ,    .   . AND  INSUBAM BBOKEBS  long, so the sum to'be paid out will be  $2,430,000. ��� Then they will receive $3,000  'a, mile from the Dominion government  with a provision for doubling it in case  the cost of the road exceeds a certain  figure, and increasing the cost is,among  those things not impossible in railway  construction. Thus it' is within the  range of possibility that- the railway  which is being built in connection with  the election of the province by the sea  will cost the public $3,582,000. The indications are that it will be built at last,  however, and it will open up an interesting piece of country, besides greatly  helping the government in the present  election.  Agents for .Trout, Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.    '  Acreage property "adjoining,the park,  "And J. &'J." Taylor safes.     , -  These safes can be (bought from us on  two year's time1; without interest ���  W& ko" B;r?os.  .   ' 333 West Baker j Street; Nelson."'  FOR SALE  A COMPLETE LINE OF  * -��-  t 1  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  - -looal and coast.    >' <  Flooring.   .  local and ooasr.  Newel" Posts  ,     Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  . ���; t    Rough arid  Dressed,Lumber  > -   "of all _!___. v      - ���    '  I�� WHAT. TOU WANT IB KOT IN STOCK  '   vrg. wiu. __n.-f_.-__) it fob voir  CALL"AND GIIT'PRICKB,-        ��  5001EIWAITEI]  On tha construction of tho Arrowhead Self  Kootenay railway in the Lardo district.  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  In order to secure men without delay'  ordinary labor will be paid !"2._. per Cay;}  and axemen S2.50 per day. ,'  GOOD,STATION WORK  - CAN BE SECUR-ED.       '    '  HALT. AND lAKH! BTREKTS.' *rT__f*OI-  Porto Rico Lumber Co.  CORNER OF  , HKNDRTX AND ViSRNON STRKKTS  5000 Treasury Shares in the Similka-  meen Valley .Coal Company,_Llmite"d.   PEN'S HOTEL  BAKER   STREET.   NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heat-  , ed with Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and flrst-  class dining: room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES S2 PER DAY  ftlrs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  iVjadden House  Baker and "Ward,  Streets, Nelson.  50,000 Treasury; Shares in the Royston Gold Mines) Limited.  Choice lots in Bogustown.  Properties _ in all parts of 'the City.  Apply to        '���   '  ,  B_3G-_NALD J. STEEL  ' '-BAKKR STRKKT  ' '  *************Hi************<  5.    ' ' ' - *     *   '     tb  ���_     Turce ',-,..,..,, ,. .A  ��       * "CwE     j        ,      Double Jorsoy      ,��J��  T      ^��������� Buttermilk. ���_  jfc    HOT DAYS J  1 QYoSrH        MANHATTAN     J  *' T^STVL,JY!  "8A10M1     I  T Anheuser-B'ipoh i  JJ , Boer. Pftbst (Mil- 2  T waukte Beer. Cal- ��  JJ { gary  Bear, * Role- Double Jersny*     ��  2 rarer & Co. Beer, Buttermilk. m  gy 1 Gosnoll _5eor, and >                 ^  * Ij ," 1  i,       I g  Kr************9t************1t  R.B. REILEY  .    Si-Ci-'ESSOR-TO-'H. D. ASHCROFT.  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 While Pine Lumber Always iff  StocH.  We * carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Int*ide Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors,  Special order work will receive  prompt attention. '  Porto Rico Lumber Go.Ltd.  For   further, particulars   apply   to   the  Nelson Employment Agencies or to  CONTRACTORS,  BLACKSMITH AND WOOD WORKER  1 EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  The only hotel in Nelaon that has remained under one management since 1890.  The bed-room, jri- well furnished and  lighted by electncit-r.  The bar is a) way. alocrteo t>v the best  domestic and Importer* liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDHiN. Proprietor.'  R. REISTERER & CO.  BHtawnas ___> _*ox____w 09  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  , Special attention given to all kinds of  repairing and custom work from outside  points.' Heavy bolts made' to order on  short notice.  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager.  HENRY'S NUBSEMES  APIARY AND GREENHOUSES  Greenhouse and Bedding out Plants.  Lowest   Prices.  ti  BEB SUPPLIBS, SEEDS, FERTILIZERS  Agricultural   implements,   fruit   baskets  and   crates, 'fruit  and   ornamental   trees,  bulbs for fall planting.  Catalogues Free.  3008 Westminster Road.  Vancouver  Prompt and regular delivery to the trade.  BREWERY AT  NELSON  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First class table board.   1   HOTEL   BOSSLATO.   .  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best dollar a day  house in town. House and furniture new  and first class in every respect. Lighted  by gas. Room and board ?5 to ?6 per  week.' No Chinese employed here.  !j. V. O'LAUGHLIN, Proprietor.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E,  PROVINCIAL  LAND. SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets  P. O.  Box 559. TELEPHONE NO. 95.  EAST KOOTENAY'S FIRST  ANNUAL MINERAL,  AGRICULTURAL AND  INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION  THREE D/\YS  OF   INSTRUCTION,   INTEREST AND  ENJOYMENT.  CRANBIJ00K, B. C, SEPTEMBER. 25 to 27, 1901.  The best program ever seen in the country. See posters and circulars for further  particulars. Mineral exhibit, bucking contests, agricultural exhibit, horse races.  Specially low return railway rates from  all points.  ' A, W. McVITTIE, Secretary.  NOTIOE TO DELINQUENT CO-OWKEE.  To John J. McAndrews or to any person  01- persons to whom lie* may have transfer, ed lrl.s Interest in.the Black Diamond  ' mineral claim, situate on the 'north rsiilo  of  Bear  creek,   about   three  miles  from  the town of Ymir, lying south of and acl-  .loining'tho EvonnlR Star mineral claim,  Nelson mining division of West Kootenay  district,   and   lecorded  in   tho  reco'*clcr's  ollice for tho Nolson mining division.  You and each of you are hereby-noti/ied  tli.it- I  have  expended   two   hundred   and  twelve    dollars    and-,- twenty-five     conts  ($212 25)   in   labor  and  improvements  upon  tlie above mentioned mineral clnim in order'  to liold .said mineral claim under the provisions of the Mineral Act,  and if within  ninety days from  the date of this notice  j orr fall or refuse to contribute your portion of all such expenditures together with  all  co.sts  of advertising,  your interests in  the said  claims will  becomo the property  of the subsciiber under section 4 of an act  entitled,   "An Act  to  Amend  the  Mineral  Act, 1900.' JOHN DEAN.  .������.atod-at-Nelson-thib .Un-day-of-Scptem^  ber, 1901.  DISSOLUTION OF 00-PAETNEKSHIP.  Notice Is hereby given that the co-partnership hitherto existing between the undersigned under the style of Starkey &  Company, wholesale commission merchants, hascthis day boen dissolved by the  retirement of George M. Phillips, who has  transferred to F. Starkey all his interest  in tho assets, book accounts and business.  All persons Indebted to tho said partnership are hereby requested to make payment  to F. Starkey, who has assumed all the liabilities of the paitnership and who will  continue the business.  GEO.   M.   PHILLIPS,  FRED   STAflKBY.  Witness: H. BUSH.  Nelson, B. C, 14_h August, 1901.  TIMBEE LEASE NOTIOE.  Notice is hereby -given that ln thirty-  days we Intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works for permission to cut and carry away timber off the  below described lands situated on Lock-  hart creek, one mile anu one eighth east  from Kootenay lake, commencing at a post  marked northwest 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 120 chains, thence north  40 chains to place of commencement.  NELSON SAW & PLANING MILLS, Ltd.  Nelson. B. C. August 16th. 190L  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 th'e date 'hereof;; for a y  transfer./of-the  retail, liauor  license.' now, .,  held by me as the representative of the  John' Johnson v. estate,   -for : the ..premises-  known as the Silver King Hotel, situate 011  Baker street, in the said City, of Nelson.:  on lots 7 and.S in block; 10,' sub-division of-  lot 95, to M. A. Naismith 'Of thev said _City;  of Nelson. ���-.' CAROLINA, THELIN.  Witness:  G.  AV THELIN.V : .'   '.<_��_  Dated this-4th day of September, 1901. ���  .vY NOTICE. YYY  THE    CASCADE    WATER,    POWER    &���-  LIGHT  COMPANY,  LIMITED. . ���,  Notice is hereby given that an.extraordinary general meeting of the above named -  company:will bo held.at theiregistered.offlco of the company on,Baker street In the:  City of. Nelson, British.Columbia, on.Mon--  dav the 23rfl 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 ono  hundred thousand pounds (��100,000)-by the  Issuance 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 PHASER,  Secretary.  ,  6th September. 1901. -     -'  > f"S _'ZS ���%,*  t^'s'Jsl  THE NELSOI*- ,TRIBU_JE, THURSDAY MO__<mSTG,  SEPTEMBER 12, 1901  IM  1  CAPITAL, all paid _p_..$12,000,000.00  REST    7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount) Royal ...President  Hon. Oeorgo A. Drummond Vice-Prosidentr  K. S. CloPbton Goneral Manager,  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootouny Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches in London (England) New York,  Chicago, aud all tho prinoipal cit_o. in Canada.  Bay and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  Trari8t*ora.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credit'*,  available iu airy part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Ebc.  Saving's Bank Branch  OXTBRKNT BATK OF INTSREST PAID. ,  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH -WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE BANK  OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.   '  Paid-up Capital,       -    "-     -     $8,000,000  RoBerve Fund.      - 82,000,000  * ACCREGATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  IMIAL "BUI  OIF   0^_._CST-_auID___:  HEAD  OFFICE. TORONTO.  Capital  Rest  ��� Hon. Geo. A. Cox,  President.  Robt. Kilgour,  Vice-President.  THE COMPANY PROMOTION  *      (Continued from First Page.)  . tion Company.   Prior to the issue of the  prospectus  a provisional  contract had  been entered into by the British'America  Corporation with the London & Globe  to purchase certain options for ��500,000.  These options were in the Yukon and in  British Columbia, and had cost the Lon-  *   don & Globe ��100,000.    Mr. Macintosh  was the vendor.   Now, to take the options in British Columbia, the first step  that the board of the British America  Corporation  took  was  to  appoint  Mr.  Macintosh resident director in British  Columbia,   and   he   thereupon   started  from   England   for   British   Columbia.  .Among the options purchased from the  London & Globe was an option over the  shares of- a Canadian company which  then owned Le Roi mine.   That option  was to buy ?5 shares of the Canadian  company at $12 a share, making a total  of $6,000,000 for the whole mine.   When  the directors  came  to inquire  into it  they found that the price was'too-high,  consequently they; -abandoned this option   which   they ' purchased  from   the  London  & 'Globe.    There  were  500,000  shares of this Canadian company, and  eventually- the   board   of   the   British  America   Corporation    bought   270,670  shares at ?G each���half the option price  ���and they ultimately bought the rest  of the shares at $7.25'.  AN ACTION AGAINST THE CORPO-  t ���     * "        RATION. '"  *   Well, tho pepole who sold at $6 have  since  been *extremely dissatisfied,.- owing to" the fact that other dealers got  $7.25,,and the result is'that the owners  of the shares sold at ?6 -began an action  against the  British  America Corporation, in British Columbia to recover the  difference between $6 and $7.25..- On the  hoaring' before  the" court  of  first  instance there the British America Corporation won, but the holders'of the shares'  sold at $6 haye appealed^ and that appeal " is" still pending.    Now, at a very  . r ���early , date, in, .view^cf ^the; magnitude  ���  ' of- the variousv Canadian  undertakings  and properties of, the' British America  Corporation, the board had already invited   the ��� London _&   Globe,' and   that  company had agreed to co-operate and  to take a one-half intorest in their undertakings.   In these circumstances half  the cost of the shares of the Canadian  Le Roi  company was  charged to  the  London   &   Globe.     Then   the   British  America Corporation,proceeded to form  a company to ^alce- over the mine, all  the shares of whichVthey had bought  and in conjunction with the London ��  ,Globe they regis... ed - the Le Roi Min-  , *   ing Company on the 7th of June, 1898.  ���with a capital of ��1,000,000.    The pur-*  chase price of the property was fixed at  -   ��950,000.   The total cost to'the British  America Corporation and,tho London &  Globe  of Le  Roi  mine  was   ��785,634;  therefore, the profit on the sale to the  now  company was   ��164,315,  and that  profit was equally divided between the  ������British-;-_America���Corporation^and-the-  London & Globe.    Mr. * Macintosh, you  will remember, was the resident director in British Columbia.    He  took "up  some of the options purchased from the  London'-'&-.Globe, and he purchased other  -    options. YEventually the .options taken  up . by  him.Y were ' divided; into   three  groups-���Bast'Le Roi, West lie Roi, and  Columbia Kootenay; Y,They are all olos*?'  together, and the directors of the British Corporation;, egistered "threecompanies,  one called  East\Le Roi  Mining  Company, Limited;;another  called  the  West Le Roi Mining Company, Limited*  and a third called the Columbia Kootenay Mining Company, Limited, to take  over these three groups.    On the East  J_e Roi group the directors, at the timo  the company was formed, had expended  .��77,000; on the West Le Roi group they-  "had expended "��155i00Q',fand on the Co-,  .lumbia Kootenay group  they  had  expended ��62,000, making a total of ��294,-  G65.   The nominal capital of each of the:  three companies formed was  ��500,000,  and the purchase price paid was ��400*,-  000, in, sharesi of each of the: companies.  TSTo part of;the;capital of any one of  ���these  three .companies ; was, issued  to.  -the public, arid none of. them possessed  any working y capital.    All  the  shares  remainedYin the coffers of the London  & Globe. andYthe BritishyAmerica,Corporations,- and the working capital: was  from -time to time provided by the Brit-:  ish America Corporation; .' , ���, '  The immediate effect of the sale **yas  to   convert-'.'. -the'."amoniit y ���expended���  ��� namely, "��294,665���into  shares bearing  a face value of -��1,200,000, showing a  paper profit of��905,334,'half of which,  . was handed to the London & Globe.  By  this means'the London' & Globe and the  British America Corporations were each-  enabled   to   include   in   their  balance  sheets a paper profit of ��452,667.   Between June, 1898, and November, 1899,  ���various..other sums were expended by  ���the British America Corporation upon  these properties.    On-the East Le Roi  group they expended   ��33,000 odd,  on  the  West  Le Roi -group   ��37,000  odd,  and on the Columbia Kootenay group  ��32,000  odd,  making   ��102,000  odd  in.  all,   This amount, was eventually satisfied by 331000 shares in the East Le Roi  Mining Company, 37,000i shares in the  West Le Roi Mining Company, and 32,-  .00._sha.es in the Columbia Kootenay  London Office, 60 Lombard Street, ��1. O.  New York  Office, 16   Exchange   Place."  ,   and 6a Xh-uncln--* in .ariu'lu aud the  United Sluteu.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:'  Interest allowed "on deposits.  'Present rate  three per cent. i  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Brunch.  $2,600,000  $ 1,850,000  H. S. HOWLAND President.  D. R. vmJClE General Manager.  Hi. HAY Iu-pootor.  SAVINGS  BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THK.OUBBKNT  RATK  OF. I_*T___BB_   ALLOWED.  made no contributions to this expenditure of. ��102,000, and'received no part  of the 102,000 shares issued against'it.  Now, some day a question must arise  ���as to how far there was a partnership  .between the London & Globe and the'  British America Corporation.   The London  &  Globe,  throughout the  history  of   the .British   America   Corporation,  seemes to have shared all the gains, but  it has been extremely irregular in sharing expenses, and on no single occasion  has the London & Globe shared in actual  losses.    (A laugh.)    Now, I will leave  British -Columbia for the present, 'and  pass on to the options in the Yukon district.   The mostjmportant option mentioned in, the prospectus related to the  acquisition of the business cf the Alaska  Commercial Company.  When the agents  of the'Britisli America Corporation came  to deal with.,the Alaska   Commercial  Company, the agents of that company  made  such  impossible  conditions * that  the option  entirely fell  through.    The  ���British America-Corporation thereupon  engaged a Mr. Bowker, who had a special knowledge bf the .Yukon,- to' proceed to Klondike with very large pow-,  ers.   He-had-instructions to*'take" over  a store in   Dawson, and to   purchase  stores and a* suitable vessel for river  navigation, the total of such purchases  being limited to ��300,000'.   Mr. Bowker  left England on February 5th, 1898/  On  the 3rd of the following month the board  decided to reduce th'e limit of Mr. Bow-  kor's   expenditure   from    ��300,000   to  ��200,000,  and   on   May  5th-,  1898,  his  power of trading in   the Yukon   was  again limited to the capital 'then at his  command���namely,  ��32,000.    It is.fair  to Mr. Bowker to say that these, altered  -instructions do not appear to have arisen  from any want, of faith in Mr. Bowker,  but from a change" in. the'policy of the  board at home. r   * . , r      ��        *    .-  ", ->     LOSSES IN THE YUKON.        \  Mr. Bowker-proceeded, with his' wings  clippedY'to acquire stores, transport and  buildings necessary for the*conduct of  .trading operations, and so far as I know  he lost ,��79,474.'  Since'-then -there- has  been* a larger loss in the Yukon.   Now,  to return home.   The general financial  policy > of   the   corporation   has" 'been  throughout under the direction and' control of its managing director, Whitaker  Wright, and--it is important to bear in  mind that Whitaker Wright was also  the managing director of the London &  "Globe and of the' Standard Exploration  Company.- In the early-stages bf this  company's history a considerable part of  the cash at its disposal was lent out at  interest to bankers, but on the 17th of  February, 1898, the, managing director  was authorized to call in all" these loans  and  to place the' same when received  with tho London & Globe on deposit at'  4 per cent interest.    At this time the  London & Globe owed the British America Corporation on loan account ��150,-  000, but in pursuance.of the authority  referred to~ this indebtedness was immediately increased to ��450,000.   E. A.  Hoare, who was then one of the directors,   objected   strongly  to   this,   and  eventually resigned in consequence of  -his objection-���From SeptemberriS98rto~  February,   1899,   large  sums   were   advanced by the British America "Corporation to the London & Globe, and were  repaid on account.   After hearing from  me that the British America Corporation had such,large.debts due to it from  the. London & Globe, you must be won--  dering where 'the necessity for co-operating with the London &-.Globe camein.  At the ���time when, the British America  Corporation resolved to invite the London & Globe to co-operate the'London &  Globe owed the British America" Corporation :�� 400,0^ no. know-how  many .here   were  shareholders   in   the  year 1899, but in that year the British  America -Corporation made up its flrst  balance sheet," and for the first and only  time "at that  period   the. transactions  between the Loridbn & Globe and the  British -America Corporation were in favor of the British America Corporation.  ;The balance sheet showed a net profit  of   ��225,944,- -and- a cash   balance  of  ��266,807.    In October, 1899, the board  resolved to close the books as. on. the  30th of November, and I find these .two"  minutes on the books of the corporation:.. "Resolved, That the purchaseYof  264,110 s International - Nickel . Corporation, Limited, shares'from, the London &  Globe Finance Corporation, Limited, on  the 29th of September/ 1899; at' 18s.; per  share, be and is _iereby 'confirmed. 'Resolved, That the sale of 264'110 shares  in the International Nickel" Corporation,  Limited- to the London &;Globe Finance  Corporation,   Limited,   on . the! 24th > of  November, 1899, at 20s. per share, be  and . is   hereby   confirmed." This   domestic   sale   and   purchase���'(laughter)  :���was apparently, effected by 'Whitaker s  Wright; alone in his capacity_ pfYman-  aging: director of  both the London  &  Globe   and   British- America   Corporations, and the result; was a gift-to the  British 'American Corporation of ��26,-  411.   At the first date .(29th of September, 1899) the account between the two  corporations showed a large balance due  from the. London  &  Globe.    No  payment was, therefore, made by the British  America Corporation, but on the 28th of  November���the date on which the accounts  of the  corporation  were  made  up���the London & Globe paid ��2S3,110  to the British America Corporation in  respect of the shares re-purchased.   The  object of this  transaction appears  to  Nelson Branch���Burns Block. 221 Baker  v    ���  "���   " Street. \  J* M, LAY, Manager."  >__..**��,��� "ST* "5T  '00'00'm-000��^iSr.^:{  ss       Gut Glass  '42?'00'00*00  A  large consignment of AMERICAN  CUT GLASS.,  The  kind   which   we   handle   represents  the   HIGHEST  STANDARD.   Every piece is genuine and a fit specimen  of the GLASS CUTLER'S ART.  to  to  -the British America Corporation's^  profits by the sum, of ��26,110, and>(2)J  to increase the' British America Corpo-j;  ration's   balance  at  their   bankers  byi " //ii' \ ��,,/'"     ' . ��� ~       '  ~ "  thesum-of ��264,110. 'The balance, cashT/rf lf;-yonr service.   All mail orders.will receive our'care-  shown in the balance sheet isf '> gg^ fuj attention '        . '     ;      '   '        *  .in hand, shown in the balance sheet is,"  ��266.807.     . .. _      ;,   ,       ^ yy  j   The " British ' America   Corporation,  apart from this purchase, had a balance  of  only   ��2,697, 'and  by  this  friendly  cheque from the London & Globe.the  "balance was increased from that figure  to ��266,807.   You will remember tasked you to keep ih mind the paper profit  created by the formation of the East  Le Roi; the West Le Roi, and the Columbia Kootenay Company.    That paper profit,"amounting to ��452,667, was  included in the-profits of the 'British  America. Corporation, and  they wrote  off ��250,000 of the  ��500,000 originally  paid to the London & Globe for options.  There is no sum of ��500,000 paid for  options mentioned in the report'or bal-,  ance sheet at all;  the only sum mentioned, is ��250,000.'. Of course all moneys paid for options,*were gone; either  the options had been exercised, in which  case they were'represented by properties and included in'the balance sheet  under the head of properties,' or they  had not been exercised, in which case  the options lapsed and were valueless.  The directors seem to have recognized  this, and they wrote off ��250,000.   Then  they had to deal with the balance of  ��250,000, and the directors of the British   America   Corporation   represented  to-the^Lcndon.&v Globe 'that the sum  originally paid for options had been too  heavy,  and  they, also  represented the  partnership which existed between,them.  Inconsequence of that the London &  Globe   Corporation   agree'd   to   return  ��250 000 to the British America Corporation. They could not return the shares  to  the  British  American  Corporation,  because that company,could not hold its  own shares; but they did return shares  in   other    companies���namely,'   195,000  shares in the East Le Roi Mining Company, and 55,000 shares in the Columbia  'Kootenay Mining Compa'ny, making together a nominal amount of ��250,000:  ���As I said* those are the only two occasions.on which the London __ GloGe did  anything*kindly to the British America  Corporation.     Well,   supposing   these  shares had not been handed over, ac-:  cording to my view there' would have  been a loss of ��24,000," instead o'f a profit  of ��225,000, odd.   Eventually,; however  this   surrender   of   ��250,000' worth \ of  shares by the- London & Globe"''to 'the  British America Corporation proved to  be only temporary, for when the London  & Globe were making iip their'accounts  in December last they took the advice  of _their solicitors on the '4th���the-Lon-  don & Globe accounts being made up to  the 5th���and their solicitors, <who had  not been asked about the previous transaction, advised that this transaction was  ultra vires���beyond the powers of the  London & Globe.   Thereupon th'e British America Corporation handed  back  to the London- & Globe the   ��250,000  which they received.    (Laughter.)    Of  course, the question must arise whether  ___e_l_LP_er_cent_dividend_which'-was-paid  in November, 1899, was paid out of capital or not.   I do not" want here to argue  any question of .accountancy;  the'only  point I want to push now is this, that  the ��250,000 was included in the British America;.balance sheet in November  1899,. that that ��250,000 does not now  form part of' the assets of the. British  j America Corporation,   but   does   form  'part of the   assets of the   London &  Globe.    I believe that the first" surrender of shares by the" London v& Globe  to the British America Corporation was  thoroughly bona- fide.   I believe it was  done after a great deal of consultation  and at 'the  urgent request of several  of the directors.   They believed the London & Globe had not treated the British  America Corporation fairly up.to that  point.    But with regard to the second  transaction, I am bound to express ray  opinion that it seems to form a Berics  of efforts to reduce the , liabilities Yand  to increase the assets of the-London &���  Globe at the time of its last balance  sheet on the,5th o��_Dcember._ ,  THE vY COLUMBIAN;   PROPRIETARY;  :������;'��� \xr-.':-,..''��� LIMITED..  Y;YvY':,y-yy...  YOntie 6th of November, 1900,. the Columbian Proprietary, Limited,' was- reg- ���  istered by the British America Corporation/ to" take over; some mining proper-  jlfV Our Jewelry and Watch Making Departments are at  ;/rfV/y��nr service.   AU mail orders.will receive our'care-   -  fffi ful attention.        '..���''       ,j ,    ' ���>   .  " W_��_^__-j S��^{\^isii^__\s^is^.'Sf'0gif'0^'00*00 *00.'00.0.^  They are Open for Inspection  JACOB DOVER, Ths Jew^IeiSt  i     s l !*_.! ___ I   __��_"> ���_.!    _ f__     0\ ""^        -v_.>"' ,    ** ^Vt" *^n"    *���*'������._.      , w_  tJBJl '.iiff.  NELSON, B. C.  '^^s:^i_  --  - - .I   ^.-i'li  '_~(0Avu..J_m  .ft _��:_&�����_&:  00*000*00  whole of the property of the East-Le  Roi Company;* and the Kootenay Min-'  ing Company, in   its   turn,   purchased  nearly all the property of the Columbia  ��� Kootenay' Mining Company, Ltd.    The  capital of Le Roi- No. 2 was '��600,000;  the purchase price' was   ��550,000,   the  whole, of which was paid to the British  America Corporation in cash. The cap-*  ital of, the, Rossland   Great   Western  Mines  was   ��500,000,  and   ��450,000  of  purchase money was,paid to the British-  America    Corporation    in ��� cash.   'The  Kootenay Mining Company had a capital  of-��400,000,   and' ��350,000, being-the ���  purchase'price,'was again paid to the  British''America, Corporation in  cash.'  In-each ' case the, parent company re-  , tained a small,amount of property. 'The'  f West ;Le 'Roi' ,Company  retained   five  claims, the original price of which had!  been ?38,000, so that the West Le Roi  Company  had  not much to represent  its issued capital of some ��437,000. The  East Le Roi j Company retained nothing  ; but one claim, the original cost of which  was .f 16,000.' The issued capital'of the".  East Le Roi Company at that date was.  ,?443,'000..   The Columbia Kootenay" re"-;  vtained nothing but a small claim ca'lled'  v the Black Eagle,  tho original' cost of  which was ?10,000. -The secretary-states  that  these- were  not  included  in  the  .properties''sold to the new companies  -because very little/if any, development  'work had been(done on tlie claims; only  tlthe developed claims were sold,to the  i new companies.    '  �� [A REMARKABLE TRANSACTION.'  " X'^0?\ t0  return ] to  the transactions  winch took place in November and December last. At the   beginning of November,   1900,  the-balance-remaining"due  from the London &'Globe to the British  America    Corporation    was    ��941,013.  X.ns was changed by sales of shares in  November and December, 1900, by the  London & Globe to the British America Corporation to an indebtedness by  the British America Coiporation to the  .London & Globe of ��10,173. Thus on the  dato  of  the London  &, Globe balance  shoot (Sth December, 1900)  tho British  America   Corporation   instead   of   being a creditor for ��941,000,- was a debtor to the London & Globe of something  over   ��10,000.   That   might   have  been  a perfectly fair transaction, but let mo  tell you how this indebtedness was repaid.   I  take two  instances  of shares  handed over by the London & Globe to  tho British America Corporation. First  there are 200,000 shares of the -West Lo  Roi Company at par ex div. Now, if that  means any thing, it Mast mean ex tho  , purchase money of the new company,  ���for what had the West Le Roi Company  _at_that_datQ?_As_I-havo-_ust-told^ybuf-  it; had-fivo  undeveloped  claims which  orijriually cost $38,000, to represent its  issuod capital of ��437,000; consequently the London & Globe paid a debt to  the . British) .. America,. Corporation   of  ��200,000 by giving the: British America Corporation something less than a  one-half interest in five claims which  had cost ?,3S,000. -.'("Shame.'.)  Next,. tho  London &. Globe paid a further sum of  �� 145,000 to  the Britislu-America .Corporation   by   handing., over   shares   to  that amount in the Columbia & Kootenay Company ex divY Now,, tho Colum-  Ybia Kootenay  Company  was   liko  the  Wost Lo Roi at that date-it had parted  with practically all its properties; it had  its issued capital of ��432,000, but it had  no; property whatever left, except the  one small claini whioh had cost $10,000;  consequently tho London, &:Globe paid  a debt of. ��145,000 ,by^ giving the British American Corporation something between a third and a half interest in an  undeveloped claim which*had cost ?10,-  000.' Among the shares said to have been  .purchased.by the British-America Corporation on 30th November last were  69,578 Standard' Exploration Company's  shares-at 10s. a shareY'Now, that purchase bt shares stands upon a. perfectly  "different basis to the other' purchases I  have spoken of, the London & Globe did  ]"not; own   those   Standard "^Exploration  ���___���___.___.���___}___     '��   -     '      '-V"'- . vlrVV-?'  ��____.__&__?. __jt __j-j. !Ja r^fe ���^���-^���^ ._>�����> jy _iy Affifo  it.   .Si-"- I ' -     ,.'.*^-i  ~x.  ^0. ,^"^?/^.y>i*?,-ji-Vrf- i  *f '  \^7^i%  -*vv��y_l  OQ2_i_P_A._LT^T - - -,      *  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST,* NELS0JI, B. C.    ���     : TELEPHONE J.0. 219.   P. 0. BOX 688.  KjARBLE, BUILDING STONE,-  1   BRICK AND LlflrlE:. ....    -':  t.    Th?:  MansfiQ1<i   ManufacturiDg  Companyv  .have the abov^ mentioned building materials  - lor sale ��� at'l reaspn able' prices.    Special vqiiota- -  .tions  to   builders, and \ contractors for - large ���  /orders. '\ *        -v - ��� i  .   . ,     -    .'���'  __���$!%.. JW&  ...   . NOTIOE.r,...' : .rz'Z^Z'M  T&nLof^ssJ?e'  Nisi" Prius,  Oyer Md^'Vl  ^^r^^lnton.^:��^^^^^^  'JaVlrZL��mcn- 8t^Ootober; 19oi.'/civil^#,  &n��? crYKT' Slh ' ok6*r: ?*$%$%  oCity ot Kossland, Sth October," 1901.; Civil J-'.^-fel  'Cgfa^ ^ffi_oke'   & ^tober^lDOl.^  Oil*.     nf   TVInro      -.ITJ,-    ��....   '        V  _..i.-.i>_ij-TSl  MKM BY KAIL-PROMPTLY ATTENDED: TO  003__E_P^_2ST",5r"  OFFICE: ' BAKER STREET WEST, JiELSC,N, B. C. TELEPHONE K0 219.    P 0. BOX 688.  ! '���*.**,-  -*aaffi____-_a___���_>_M^^  ����,t?riM.,��on' i5th" October.-^' Ciyn^g  nCdUl'ri^i,Srnon' 17'h-October, 1901.rClvi^,��?  . civil o-.v.' "T"-uv^ asna. v?10^'';1^;:^!  c^iya,^c^?n\Tod^'2?!l^*?>t^>1^^0^Ti%!!  inaltor*'l>--XriQ'0rIn' ~nd OetoberriWIWCwi^*^1  CiCyiru_��_^i?__ffi_^ S*7��������ber&Wi:0m  liy command * J. D.' Pn]_NTICE>^#S^  "   '.i.. *i i   <-.     - . Provincial, Secreta_yrw"*?'-v$-S_  Prov,  August  3_.��!_-_l  NOTICE. " ~'>*_*T"'%*ft^&  the oltTot^oiiSTiSSSi^Yni^&tS'  h-* ��n S6�� m,!ievQM:s}v.* that, ^y an order v  Swanson   was  appointed ^admlnlsfator  __ '   ,-' ii  'f- l.*-ijt I  r'4m  or the date hereof to forward them with'"-.-'/_!  deLl^nHnn"1^8 ,_"ly   V.e,Hfied   b>'   StStUtor?*./''^:  Arid notice is also hereby clve'n that after '      $$k  such lust mentioned dateySald adrainistra-^ V'-^l  IZ "I'll V?ocee'1 to distribute the assets or; .   -?M  the said deceased according to law without      "  regard   to   any  claims   of  which  he  shall  then not luive received notice.  Dated this 29th day of August, 'A. D. 1901.'  KLMOT  & LENNIE,  Solicitors for the  Administrator.  -*#  ���-7'^\  '    '. *t--!K-|  - B  OEHTIPIOATE   OP I__?E0VEMENTS['7^  S21 TO 331 BAKER STRKKT, ���'NELSON  ^MEIjiCAJ. AKD EUH0FEAN  PLANS ..'���...  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oySt^am 25 Cents to SI  ��'o_'r.'_��ui��v n i I.--    T- i. ,   _��� ' -l    nou' own   inose   aianaar.-;exploration  ties, in .British Columbia which., had not I Company's shares. What it had done was  S ot�� "f6    m  }�� Slree ���?0^^1^;I������'tlli^it^���ha���d.'l^urehased., inV.tie'ma_k.t  -r ���o��v,_ ��� ��^ i ,for a rjse 69.578 : standard /'Exploration  Company's  shares, 'and- -that  purcliase  was; transferred, from-  thev 'London'-.'Y&'  .  Cloud Burst in Troy,  ,    x ,       . .._._.          TROY, New York, September 11.���A  O00. .shares in the Columbia Kootenay    object of this  transaction appears  to    the Rossland^ Great Western Mines !was    doud  burst today resulted in dvnw  YJWining Company, :The London &.Globe| have been a double one (1) to increase | for the purpose of piirshasing nearly the] to the amount of ?50 000 uamase  have already named. Y The nominal capital :6f the'Coluinbian Proprietary'Com-'���  pany was  ��500,000'.in ��5 shares,,and.  the.purchase price payable t6: the British America Corporation was -fixed at  ��300,000   in* fully   paid   shares.:''The  amount expended by the British America.  Corporation ���. on ��� the; properties  handed'  Toyer to "this company .was ��24,530,' aind-  the ^operation  resulted  therefore  in  a  paper profit of   ��275,470.    On the 5th  December, --1900, one-half' the; purchase  price, namely,  ��150,000 in shares was  handed to the London & Globe, but at  the date of the winding-up order the  London & Globe had not been charged  with any part-of the; expenses!   In the  months of June and July,   1900,   three  new companies were formed, namely, Le  Roi   No.   2,   Rossland   Great. ;Western  Mines, and the Kootenay Mining Company.   Le Roi No. 2 was for the purpose  of purchasing, nearly the; whole of the  property of-the West:Le Roi Company;  the Rossland Great Western Mines was  Globe, to the British America Corpora  tiph| on November 30th:-It.was, in fact,  'the temporary transfer of a speculative  commitment of the London & Globe to  Ythe British America Corporation.'.'The  London & Globe had contracts with  brokers .outstanding at that date. The  brokers do not seem tp-haye been communicated with at all, and it meant a  great ileal to them; it nieant the change  of their debtor. The debtor was in tho  first'case the London���&,.Globe, and by  this transfer their debtor became the  British, America Corporation. In Jan-'  nary last that transaction.'* was written  back again into the London"*& Glob,  books, and the shares were re-transferred." (Laughter);- "."���.  NOTicK-crrsr    minkraIj    claim.- ;  f'uSll^J''   tho Nelson  Mining Division of ~  \\**st  Kootonay  District.       i >     ���  ', .  Where located.-About one mile south of*"  *N CIS011 ��� f .  1-'ila]<!*T!lot-lf0 khnt,J- Wiliam John Goepel,   '  l'r-e�� "Miner's Cert Ideate No. no.-.'O, Intend,  slx.i- days from  the dato hereof, to apply     '  to the Mining Recorder for ,i Certificate of  Improvements  for  the  purpose of obtaln-  -n _  "-. Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced beforo  the J-__u_ance_o.f^8ircli^.Ceraflcate-o__Jm- -^  provemonls. - ^^  Dated this ICtli day of August, A. D.  fjjM- .__ XV.   J.  GQJ.PBL.   -  OEETIPIOATE   0?  IMPEOVEMEHTS.   '"  NUTlCli���NI_;,SON AIINKJtAIj CLAIM.  ?.V11��ileJn tlle Nelson Mining Division of  West   Kootenay  District. '  -Where located: About ono mile south of.  In el so ii. ,  Take notice that I, John Paterson, >*  _i._ AliriL-r-.-' OoniMf.-rii- Wu ,>ii.7'.7. Intend,  sixty days from the date horoor, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  uf Improvements, for the purpose of-ob-  talnii-g a < _v\vn Grrrnrof r'n,. auovo claim.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must bo commenced before  the Issuance of such. Certlticatr of Improvements. ���  Dated this ICth day of August A. _0.  1901- , JOHN   PATISUSON.  OEETIFIOATE  OP  IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE.���Tllli C1IAMWON MINISKAL  claim, situate in tho Nelson mining division of West Kootenay district. Where  located: On Forty-nine creek about 200  yards from hydraulic dam. Tako notieo  that I, E. W. Matthews, acting as* agent  for _Henry Samuel Crotty, free miner's  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 a  crown grant of the abovo claim. And  further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced .before th'e ls-  suanc^of such certificate of improvements.  D��t��><1 thin 18th day of Jirlr. A. D. 1!)ni.  i*Jil  'wl  t 'I  ' ��'l  ? -r-il  r__ "all  i/hoSesale and Retail  -Dealers in Meat  Hkad Office _t  NELSOW, B. O.  BTarketa at :NeI.on, . Rotwland,���:; Trail,'��� Ka.to, Ymir,   Sai_do_-,   8ilverN>n, N&V  Doaver, Rovol.toKo, For^asoR 'Grand Forts, Grtwnvr-ood, Cascade City, Mid  way, (*i_td Vaucouvor.   '..',. �� Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  enay  ALL KINDS OF  r  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND ItKTAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  b;��� w c block  -DSTEEET  lORDEBS BY ______ RECKIVB PROMPT ATI,___T_6n.  E, C. TRAVES; .lanajjer  OEETIFIOATE  OF  IMPEOyEMEITTS.  Tlger,Kitchener and Last Chance mineral claims, situate in the Nelson mining  division of West Kootenay district. Whcr.  located: On Morning mountain on the east  side of Sandy creek about one mile from  $]le r.K9Rteni?-y rlv9r* Take noUce that I,  R. Smith, free miner's certificate 5_,7**2b,  acting as agent tor A. Thorn, free miher'a  cortlfieate 65,6<0b, .Henry K. Hammond,  free   miner's   certificate   55,G09b,   and   An-  l\a.5-QHIe .?.'oJ?/l0YeV tr%e m'ner's certiflcato  05,b68b, Intend sixty days from the dato  hjreof to apply to tho mining recorder  for a certificate of improvements, for the  purpose of obtaining a crb*vn grant of the  above claim. And further take nolico that  action, under :s.ction .'37, must be commenced before the issuance of such certificate of improvements. . R. SMITH  Dated this 25th day of July. A: D. I90t!  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOYEMENTS.  NOTICE. ��� MONUMENT MINBRAl-  claim, situate In the Nelson mining division of Wert Kootenay district. Where, located: At the head of Grohman creek on  Grohman mountain. Take notice'-that'"I,  J. M. McGregor,.acting as agent for Steve-  Hawkins, froe miner's :��� certificate. jNTc.  1150,435. and T.otrls Strand, free mlnor's'cer-  tlficato No. bS7.293, Intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements,  for the purpose of obtaihinga crown'grant  that action under section. 37. nrilst be corn-  that action, unded section 37, must be com-  mpnopd before the tssrrance of such certificate of improvements.  ���^ .-, ._���  ��_jt ,   J* M- McGregor.  Dated this 12th .aay ot AugUBt, JSOX..    " J -J  ..hy _*>_���-_  r"__*_t_ wi__M __ur_L _~_t__fclr__  1  ��*T"  YOURSELF  25 Cents pep Bottle  About the yacht race, as the best  boat v. ill win, but protect yourself  from a cold during this changeable weather by investing in a  bottle of our syrup of Wild Cherry  Jrpruce and Tar. 'It cures every  time and costs only  THE JMLSOy TBIBOTE, THURSDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 13   1901  "- :-______ -.      . '.."..������       ., ,;   .._.___. '.���...   i i      in,  ...     .i,.,., u i   ���      ��� - }     DEATHS,     __  Onkcs���-Died of heart failure on Tata*  arack mountain, Shasta county, California, on the 25th of August last, W. J.  Oakes, late of Nelson, B.- C, aged 68  years. Colville valley papers please copy.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VIOTORIA   BLOOK NELSON,   B.C.  PERSONALS.  AV. H. Bullock-Webster of the provincial police department, left for Rossland yesterday on official business.  Peter McVeigh, of the railway contracting firm of Poupore & McVeigh,  left for Victoria yesterday morning.  D. Wilson, provincial school .inspector for the Nelson district, left last evening on a trip of inspection over the  Crow's Nest Pass railway line.  ��,---  ���3  it-" ���  *iv  **.  ->'.'-  j**'-i  Having added to my" stock a large  range of Youth's Boy's and Children's  clothing, I am now prepared to oifsr  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.  y CITY AND DISTRICT.  Thomas Matthews has purchased the  Hazelwood dairy agency foi this city  and will carry it on in the old premises.  iA meeting' of the license commissioners for the Nelson license district will  be held in the court house this morning  at 11 o'clock for tho purpose of considering the application of James Anderson l'or a hotel license at Erie. The appl-  cation will be opposed by the holders of  the present. licenses.  Meland..; Ra.ue, at foot o_ Ddnalds.a  mountain, by Alfred Jones; Utopia, on  Forty-nine Creek, by J. C, P.rter; Eagle,  on the'south side Of Forty-nine creek,  one and one-half miles from the May  and Jennie, by Alfred Olson.  One bill of sale was recorded ln which  Charles Dundee of Rossland transferred  to J. S. C. Fraser, also of Rossland, the  whole of his interest in the Blind Canyon, Jonny, Twilight, Center Star, Redman and Crowfoot mineral claims, situate between Wild Horse and Porcupine creeks.  EASTERN CANADIAN NEWS  NELSON, B.C.  mfem.i  i_��^tt'ti______>aa_-_>aB_  ���_����>__V_P_-__o-_f  '''''"�����*��''^��~^^  KASLO, B.C. SANDON, B.0  ESTABLISHED 1892  H. BYERS & CO.  217 and 219  Baker Street  dim    Am    GJX-.jK.ER  r"'"  m.-.  ���-. *\  ���" -**  3* v,  'i rs  ���- .* .I-  its  _w��i_^v__*_g__a___]r.i_i,w-_*nT  Ci.  -.-I  FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AIVD OIGARS.  KELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  A, C QiVIPlETE LI/.E OF CA^ASI/",-*- pflQ IMPORTED LIQUORS.7*  �����__���-  in. ;���>  Bainer Seattle) B bar in pints and quarts.     Dogs Head Ale and Stout in.  ��� .  pints and quarts.   Kola "Wine, tho bost Temperance drink.   "   '  Our Special Canadian Kye_n 5s and6s.       ' *'    v  ,Dawson's Perfection Scotch "WJiiskej.       Granada pure Havana Oigar_..  *. * -IJuion Oigars,' a full range inprioes.   Cards and Poker Chips.' f ;' ,  So far there is a very light criminal  list for the assize court which opens  here on the 15th of next month. There are  but three cases so far, rex vs Rollan and  Bloomfield, . charged with assault' and  theft; rex vs. Barrett, charged with  forging a time check ,on the \ Lardo  branch; and rex vs. Forbes, charged with  assault.  V **  Agents Brunswick-Balks Ooiiender Billiard  ;       Tables and-Supplies. J ^'  A meeting of the board of license commissioners was held in the city hall yesterday afternoon, when the transfer of  the license for the Office saloon was  granted to Messrs. Thompson &: Clark,  and the transfer j of the license of the  Glue Pot to, Messrs. Walmsley,.& Bowes.  The board then adjourned until Wednesday, October 30th. ���    >    -.,    .  Angus Stewart, brother bf J. W. Stewart, the railway contractor, ,was in Nelson yesterday on his /way to Field, on  the main line of the C." P. R., where his  brother has a contract. Mr. Stewart says  the work on the Rainy River railway  is well advanced, and several of the subcontractors are pulling out for new  work. Foss & McDonald-have a piece of  the Crow's Nest Southern.' "  ^-Vt___a______n_a__g  _Ug_l___UI_����_��.���l__..l__  I#'���'-<,', - Mn___w_>___._j.-i ____�������  HAMMOCKS  m--a,,__ik__--fr7]_t____B  J. At'1 ���'���:'*" ��T.    -.'���". - '  jflyi^Nqw is" your time, to- get a bargain 'in;, these lines-'  fkCvmust- dispose." pf -'them, all this month. If you want c  ":.l> both ;of--these lines the price won't hinder you.  as  i  one  we  or  I  ;LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  ��     - S * ' ��� , i.     _ ���,,- - -  ',     ���'  -    >   ���  Importers and Dealers In'Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  I IT PAYS TO CALL 0M US I  ito  WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING  4/  ito  ito  ito  w  ito  ito  \*.  Stt,  Yesterday Rev, Mr: Morgan of the  Baptist church united in marriage  James Pogue and" captain Beaumont of  the Salvation Army. Tnere .was a. large  crowd 'present to witness the ceremony,  and afterwards the newly wedded "couple  were-given a rousing reception. A, large  number of handsome presents .were received., .'from the friends .of ihe bride  and groom. Mr. and Mrs. Pogue will reside'on Josephine street. *' -  Costs were taxed yesterday in the case  of the" Slocan Mining and Milling Company vs. the Byron N. -White Mining  Company, the owners of the" Slocan Star  mine.'The plaintiff in this action ai short  time ago ^applied for an injunction restraining the Slocan Star from stoping  ore , which it was .claimed was in the  ���ground of the plaintiff, as a preliminary canter, to a suit for ?500,000 for  ore"alleged, to have been illegally extracted. The injunction was refused and  the costs-in the proceedings so far were  taxed-at ?163.    ��� *  . In the ' case" of McMillan vs. Sandilands, Crawford,, and Peck & Company,  an order "has been made giving .'the  plaintiff liberty to amend his statement  of claim during vacation. This is a suit  ��� growing out Pf the assignment of Crawford & McMillan, who formerly cairied  on business in the qity of Sandon. E. M.  Sandilands was the assignee for the estate, but the plaintiff is not satislied with  the manner in whio. the estate was  wound up. He claims the,assignee wasted,  it, and for this reason he is suing for  $5000 damages.  o1  WE ARE SHOWING THE FINEST STOCK OF RATTAN  GOODS EVER SHOWN IN THE CITY X  to  to  to  to  ($\  'to  ���The^meeting-of-tho-flror"water-and  light committee, to consider matters  connected with the Are department arising out of ��� the remarks of alderman  Selous that the department appeared  much stronger on the payrolls than at  fires and alarms, gave chief Lillie an  opportunity to explain that it was  against the rules of the-department for  more than two or three men to return1  from fire3 on the hose wagon. This, accounted for the small showing made by  tho department in returning from  alaros'pr practice runs.  In Brief Form.  TORONTO, September ll.���The C. P.  R. has notified cattlemen here that the  lack of accommodations^ for export cattle at West St. John, N. B., will be remedied before the winter trade begins.  HALIFAX, September 11.���Malcolm  McLean of Sand's River, P. B. I., while  standing in his doorway on Sunday  morning, watching a severe storm, was  struck by lightning and instantly killed.  TORONTO, September 11.���Presbyterian officers here today received a cable  from Dr. MacClure, announcing that  Canadian missionaries had started to  begin work again ip. Honan province,  China, but did not' know if they would  be able to remain there.  PUGWASH, Nova'.Scotia, September  11.���W. H. Brown's new store and storehouse was, destroyed.by fire this morning. Several other buildings had a narrow escape. , Had a wind been blowing  nothing would have, saved the town.  Loss $5000; no insurance.  ST. JOHNS, Newfoundland, September  11.���Fire did a quarter of a million dollars damage here this morning on the  south side of the city. The fire started  from the bursting of a. boiler at the  Steam Cooperage , Company's premises.  Engineer Clark was killed.  OTTAWA, September ll.���The strike  of the Ottawa machinists, which has  been on since May .20th has been settled. The men asked,'for a nine-hour  day and an increase o'f 12 1-2 per cent  in wages. They have accepted an increase of 5 per cent;in wages and the  old hours. '  PUGWASH Nova ..Scotia, September  11-���Pugwash narrowly escaped destruction by fire'this morning, when W.  H. Brown's new brick store and storehouse were destroyed. Several other  buildings adjoining, -Brown's caught,  but were saved. Ther.town is without  fire protection.     c  ST. JOHN,, Newfoundland, September*  11.���In consequence of an explosion, a  fire occurred. here "today, resulting in1  the destruction of, several stores containing fish and whale-oil on the south  side of' St. JohnsY The*'crew, of H.M.S.  Alert is helping to'extinguish the conflagration. Already there is a loss of  5500,000. The fire has been in progress  all day. -. ���    .-,   ,    ...  ST. JOHN/N. B:,:September 11.���Immense forest fire's are burning all round  ,St. John. The-smoke is so dense in the  city this afternoon ithat' the electric  lights had to.be turned on in many factories, stores, 'and dwellings. So far no  valuable timber lands have been burned,  1 but unless rain comes great damage will  be done. Today the-fires reached Rock-  wood park, and a. big force of men went1-  out to stay the progress of the flames.  WOODSTOCK, Ontario, September-11  ���A special freight on the Grand Trunk  crashed' into an empty special passenger train last night'leaving Princeton.  Engineer Fred Dinning arid fireman  Rennie of the freight and conductor  Hormen of the passenger train -.were  killed. Several other trainmen were in-,  jured. The accident was caused by neglect of trainmen to flag the approaching,train. The engineer and fireman belonged at Sarnia and* the-conductor -at  Toronto, ��� \,  Savage* Carbines.   Ask to see the  TO SPORTSMEN:  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most com_.Ff.tP ..,��-._��� ��. a-_  fc Koo,e���av.   M_, wr���    ^���    3^, MS. ^^SSTCSS^  for rimpudly. accuracy and effect. W"1Che5te'" Ci"b'"e a"d *��*������* Automatic Phtoi. unequaled  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  ��� ��� ���  KOOTENAY  COFFEE CO.  ,  Coffee Boaster.  pBaterflln Tea and Coffee  V*****************.**.*:^*  We arei offorinr. at lowest prices tho best  BTades of Coylon, India, China and Japan  XOoS.  Our Best-, Mooha and Java Coffee, per  ;,   ,        . ,     pound *  40  Mooha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 no  Choice Blend Cofl'ee, i pounda .? 1 90  l^��i*\- Blond Coffeo, 6 pounds  { 00 '  o10 PV" S�� cSffeo, . pounda  _ oo  Special Blond Ceylon Tea, per pound 80  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY CtlFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  , P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET^ NELSON.  ******************mm.  5> *'  \  H. H. PLAYFORD & CO. 5  MjADDEN  block  NELSON.  m  * ���.-���., <-.������ *  J TOBACCO   AND  * MERCHANTS.  m  5 ',   .   �� P.O. Box637.   "       Telephone 117. 2  ir��    - ���_.>,������ . T  *f**************.*.*******f  Auetion Sale  * t  ELEGANT DRAWING ROOM  AND  '    BED ROOM FURNITURE  the SAI OLD STORY  BUT A GENUINE  RETIRING SALE  AND WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU  ��� Men's Worsted, Serge and Tweed Suits that formerly  sold for $15 and $i2, now $10 and $7. We also have them  as low as $5 a Sait.  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 are in  pocket on these from 25 to 50 per cent.  Fine Scotch Worsted-Underwear, reduced from $7 tp $5.  Men's Heavy Woolen Sox, six pair for $1.  '  Our Blue Flannel Shirts, Worth $1.75 for $r, is _uwinner. '  , Fine Canadian Grey Underwear, reduced from $1 to 60c.  ,      See the cuts in Boots and Shoes, they will surprise you.  * _ Men s Hats, all shapes, colofs, and sizes, below cost.  . BAKER STREET, NELSON  ROSSLAND   BJNairVBHRIIVa   WORKS  CUNJL1FFE  & MeMILLAN  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  . RVt OARS, Hklps. cuger*, ore bin (iuorH, cbutc-i nnd prcncral wrouelrt iron work.    Our oro care are  th. best* on th'i market    Writ, rre for rttforunocs nnd full particu'arr*.  SECOND HAND MA CUJNEKY FOH SA JJC-Ouo (5-foot Helton wnterwheol, wi-lt_ COOfcofc, "8 to 16"  1 spinal riveted pipe.   One 10_5xl3 outside packed plunj*er sinking pump.    Kock drills, 8topini*r  bars, &c. &c.  AGENTS NORTHEY PUMPS.  O.   BOX  198. THIRD  STOCK  CARRIED.  AVEJMUE,   ROSSLAND  H. E. T. Haultain fotiipi-ad yesterday  from the Arlington mine "jn 'the Erie  district, which is being worked hy the  Hastings (B, C.) Expolration Syndicate.  Tho experimental mill whiqh was installed on the Arlington this summer is now  worklng as -smoothly as could bo doslred.  It is i-utting through close upon 35 tons  of oro a day, which yields a very high  grade concentrate. In addition to a  monthly output of some 100 tons of concentrates the property is shipping about  100 tons of crude ore. At present the  Arlirjgton output Is going to the Nelson  and Trail _me-tc*rs.  FISHING TACKLE  WE  HAVE THE  BEST  FLUES AND   THE  BEST LEADERS MADE.  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  Minnows, silver And gold and Phantoms  Silk  Lines  Landing Nets  And a -*plendid Jinc of all Ashing- requisites.  OANADA DRUG & BOOK GO.  K.-W.-C. Blonk.       Cornor Wan! and linker 8ts  W. P.. TIERNEY  Telophono 2Go.  All Kinda of Teaming and  Transfer  Work.  Agenta for Hard and Soft Coal. Ir-ipii.fil Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Mme et. Manufacturing Company. Geueral couuuercial agents  and brokers.  All coal and wood str/otly cash on delivery.  TBTjTCPHor-T.ut.   Office 184 Salter St.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  i!  Office: Two Doors WestC. p.B Office.  I  ^���***.***.****.*.*.*.��.*.*.*.*.*.*.*.^~  *^i -   -     i y^*  I ARTHUR   GEE 1  &, tyERCHAN. TAILOR       ' *  f   'LADIES' TAjfLbjl             BAKER tf  A       MADE SUXTiS.        ,STRICI'_ EAST.    <fl  *>_____  lg��  **************<2********aP  E. T. H. Simpkins, registrar, hui- prepared his statement of criminal statistics   fgr   the   fisgal   year   ending   this  month. It usiiovfz for the gounty of Kootenay there havo been but 1"3 criminal  cases tried at assize court sitting., in 8  of which convictions were secured, The  cases were: shooting with intent to kill  3,   murder  2,   bigamy   1,  assaulting  a  sheriff's ofgeer 2, cattle stealing 1, theft  2. There were also 18 speedy trials, resulting in 16 convictions,  Theao cases  were classified as follows:  theft 5, indecency 4, escaping from Jail 3, attempted suicide 1, neglecting to suppqrt family 1, wounding 1, poshosuIou Of stolen  property 1, breakjng into a shop 1, ftnd  forgery 1. As a result of the qonvictfons  eight prisoners were sontenoed to terms  In the penitentiary.  Mining fcec.rda  Certificates of work were yesterday  Issued to B. F. Pick on the Bally Hop,  Ajax Fractional, and Last Chance-  Percy Chapman, on the Transvaal; M.  S.. Arthur,, on the Rapid. .. ._  The new locations recorded were:  Elk, between Eagle creek and Forty-  nine, close to Kootenay river, by'A. G.  Plot Against Duke of York  MONTREAL, September ll.���The police have received a letter saying twelve  Jlalian_Anar.hists_had_arrived_in___on-  treal, from Paterson, New Jersey, with'  the intention of killing the duke of York  on his arrival here. - The police look  upon the letter as a fake.  NEW    YORK,    September    12.���The  World tomorrow will say:    When the  attention of governor Voorhees of New  Jersey was called to the report frcm  Montreal   regading   the   alleged   plot  against the duke of York, he said:    "I  said a week ago that I recently received  word from three different governments  telling me that plots to assassinate one  or moro pol't'cal  ficad.***   9{ these   respective countries had been traced to  New Jersey, the work of assa-*sina.tIo_i  to be carried out as sQon as the opportunity presented itself,'  r will say new  that one of these plots, waa that whiQh  has been made hnown by th. police of  Montreal,   1 have so far been unable to  locate tbe conspirators.  * McKinley Imp...ing Fast.  BUFFALO, September 11.���After the  consultation of president McKinley's  physicians, which was held today, Dr.  McBurney said: "The abdominal wound  is^ decidedly improved. The irritation has  largely disappeared and it will all be  gone -in 24 hours, If was to remove this  irritation, {"h^t %he \vqim*4 W pressed  last night with such satisfactory" "results. There is not tho slightest sign of  blood poisoning or any other complication. Altogether the oonditins are all  rieht.   You may be sure of that."  Have a Good Route.  VICTORIA, September 11.���Reports  received from the north state that the  surveyers sent out by the provincial  government have found no difficulty in  finding a good route from the bead of  Kitamat Arm to Hazelton, the headwaters of navi��-ation on the Skeena  river, by which route If Is proposed to  build the railway into ���.. umineca  country.  ���Acting under Instructions from Mrs.  Horace D. Hume, the. undersigned will  offer for sale by public auction, in the  Arohbold cottage, corner of Baker and  Stanley, streets, on   '  FBIDAT, SEPT. 18  AT 2:3<TP. M.���  The whole of her very desirable drawing room and bed room furniture, pictures, silverware, bric-a-brac, etc. The  articles to be sold will be on exhibition  in the cottage on the morning of the  sale. Terms cash. ,    .  C. A. Waterman & Co.  AUCTIONEERS,  Hooms -14 and 15, K. W. C. Block.  Spectacles  or Eyeglasses  We can show you a fine  assortment of styles in  spectacle ware of different  quality and price. Every  pair fitted free of charge  and guaranteed.  Going Out of  AUCTION SALE  ���"     ' ' ,��� \       ������-'.'     -.  i^^^^_r*r______r_____H____l^___Mr_r_r_rarjr^IMBB  Dry Goods Gent's Furnishings, Boots, Shoes, Hats and  Gaps. In order that, I may sell off the balance of my  stock rapidly, I'have engaged with * ���'  CHARLES A. WATERMAN & ;C0., Auctioneers    '  to sell by auction, every evening at-8 o'clock the balance*  oi my stock.   Come and get goods at your own prices, as.  prices during day.*     ��� , J  -",**������"���'���������������^������^^r___*__*-___*-_r_lE___*r_r-r_  A. FERLAND  wf 44 jitor JUriurmsu, to  vuytA  _t/   Ay   440OjL*iCa&Us ^^itA^.  HONDI TEA  The best in the market, in 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  Oc a Pound  J. A. MM &  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS, Houston Block, Baker Street.  TELEPHONE 39.  ���      Tyees Big Ore.Body.  VICTORIA, September il.���The new  body of ore in, the Tyee mine, Mount  Sicker,'is proving 'even larger than at  fl/st reported. The miners are now ln  feet on It and are not yet'through.  BROWN BROS  Opticians and Jewelers.  BAKER STREET  NELSON  Nelson  P. O. BOX 527.  n  x_i_v_:x_r._rjx-  CHARLES HILLYER, President.  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  R. McMAHON.  A. E. GARDINER.  BARBER SHOP.        =  Robert McMahon and A. E. Gardiner  have, leased the barber shop in the basement of the Madden block, southeast corner pf Baker and -Ward streets, and will  be pleased to have the patronag-e of their  friends. First-class baths la connection.    ,  of tlmWof a_. ffi��3_t3_?_. i_M. ����B ��on* Wah-��' and we arePaired to cut the largeHt bills'  ^^Sa^ia^S^^S^^^^^^^^^^ time*  The largest **took%f sash,  COAST LI?M BER OF ALL KINDS ON HANI>  OFFICE AND YARDS:   CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  THB BINDERV DEPARTMENT OF  THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED,  BURNS BLOCK, NELSON.  B60K BINDING  SPECIAL RULED BLANK BOOKS-  . SPECIAL RULED FORMS

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