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Array ESTABLISHED   1892  . TUESDAY MORNING,  SEPTEMBER, 17,   1901  ... :vXX\X---i---'X'r^iX'XijXK^vyryxi)i4si__lt  ������-������������-���.-������X.-    .vv : .^y.vv*..- _:yyy^^f'���v^;-<_j^*:Vl  itY*Y^p:|^|  s_nt��_P  . ��� r^_  ' <�� ?l  ���-     SCY  -.- VJ"  DAILY EDITION"  ROSSLAND AND NORTHPORT  TO BE OVERRUN WITH STRIKEBREAKERS FBOM JOPLIN.  The First Batch Arrived at Northport  in a Special Train Yesterday  Afternoon.  of count Von Buolow's tariff proposals,  tliis will Indeed be*a great point gained."  LONDON, September 16.���Marie Josephine Eastwick of Philadelphia, charged with  having forged n railroad certificate of the  value of $100,000, was again remanded at  the Guildhall police court today. She looked  e .tremelyi ill and was evidently in pain.  Although formally remanded until Septem-  23rd, the prisoner is not likely to appear in  court until October 1st, when the prellm-  ary 'inquiry will be completed.       '       ,  CONTINUOUS FUNERAL PROCESSION  ROSSTjAND,   September   IC���[Special   to  Trie* Trrbune]���S   S. Taylor of Nelbon has  been here today conferring with the executive   of   the   local   miners'   union   about  strike  matters   and xthe   $23,000  suit   insti-'  ttrted   by   the   Rossland   Great   Western  Minos, Limited, against the union and several of its members   Mr. Taylor has been  ' retained on behalf of the Western Federation of Miners to look alter their inter-  ' ests in the matter mentioned   It is worthy  ! of note  that the damage  suit referred Is  commenced,  not by the Le  Roi company,  \ but  by a concern  still   controlled  by  the  i\vhi Uaker   Wright   outfrt    If   Wiight   is  J driven out ol the other Rossland compan-  lAeb, as he has already out of the Le Roi,  1 it  is   not  supposed   that   the  suit  will  be  I continued  The union profess to understand thoroughly the move now being made by Henry  j Bratnober, and they say it will all be ex-  ,' plained very shortly McDonald will be up-  hreld and his policy sustained ns long as ho  lis manager, and, in any case, until Freche-  |/\ ille has made his promised invostrgation  [ and' repot t on the situation. Biatnober's  [present move basalt is said, a totality different end in view fiom that openly attributed to it In any case, the union claims  |,to be satisfied with the outlook. ,  A Chinaman was run over axrd nearly  [irlfed by an outgoing freight -train this  I afternoon. The man is in the hospital and  I-will recover. ,"   '���* i        -,  ROSSLAND,/ September   16���[Associated  Impress ]���The X,e Roi mine announces  that  fit will open during the coming week, and  [the  company  is  advertising  for 700'men,  400 miners at 53 50 per day and .00 mon to  I push cars^nd shovel at ?2 60 per\day   Tho  live-compartment   shaft,   of   this. mine   Is  already down to a depth of 1150 feet and is  under'contract to be^sunk to the 1500 foot  level    The   ore  bodies   are   opened  up  by  levels   fiom   the   surface   to   the   900-foot  'level,   and  tho  output   of ithe  mine.when  woiking will  bo 1000 tons daily. ,The,new  machinery   now   ready > to,��� run   is   of,  the  most modern type and the most powerful  in British Columbia   The other big mines  j In .the',camp  are ,also, preparing to  start  up .-immediately.l . ���,  - NORTHPORT, September 16 ���[Special to  The Tribune ]���One hundied strike breakers fiom Joplin, Missouri, arrived here at  1 o'clock this afternoon v,,i a Great Northern special tiain of three coaches. The  train, which was in charge of deputy  United States marshal Lamb, ran pastrthe  depot at full speed, and discharged th.  new men at the smelter before many people  were aware of its arrival Tho strikers expected the party to come in an hour later  on the regular passenger, and were not  prepared for. the strategem. Three hundred  more men are to arrive noxt week, and ir  is considered that the greater part of these  -men are intended for Rossland, though they  ���cannot be taken directly there on account  of the Alien Labor Law.  The Date Is Fixed.  NEW YORK, September 16-Tho challenge committee of the New York Yacht  Club, in conference with the representatives" of the Royal Ulster Yacht Club, have"  decided that the first race for the America's cup shall take place on Thursday,  / September 20th The second race will tako  place on Saturday, September 2Sth  . * j .  The^Dead President Lying in the White House.  SHORT  COUNCIL  MEETING  Fire Appliances Ordered.  Matters arising out of the report of the  flic, water and light committee constituted the chief busmess at the me_tingvof  the city council last evening." The lirst  clause of the report recommended J Jl  Chambers as assistant to chief Lillie ���'of  tho lire department, and, that the sei vices  of Harry Stutter as fireman be dispensed  with. This was adopted without debate  Subsequently two communications were  read from fireman, Stutter in which he explained that he had been informed as to  (.he recommendation that the committee  would make and for this reason tendered  his lesignalion to /take effect at the end of  the ^'current 'month. The "appointment of  Chambeis will date from the resignation of,,  SUitter  'The other clauses In the report of the  committee recommended fine purchase ot  a 5000 watt and a 10,000 watt transformer for  the electric light service, and for the purchase of 5325 worth of supplies for the flre  department The latter includes two Pompier ladders, ono Vagon '& Bader smoke  piotector, one Eastman deluge1 set, and a  Hale  harness hanger.  Chief Lillie explained to the members of  the council" the advantage which1 the supplies lequisitioned would be to the department The smoke protector was an im-  pioved helmPt .fitted with an air reservoir  by means ot which a fireman would be enabled to lemain in'a'burning building or a  basement fo'r a considerable time without  corning out for flesh air, and the advantage  of the deluge set' was that it would virtually double the efficiency 'of the department at any large fire where a' volume of  .water was neccsssary Tests made from the  ��*et.he said_iad demonstrate'd'tli. factM_iat  tho'improved nozzles used would throw a  2-inch'stream of water further with a similar'pi essure than an ordinary nozzle would  lluow' a 1-inch' stream The recommendation of the committee was approved.  Chief Lillie had a report before the council to the effect that in making a tour of  mspoction he had discovered in one of the  _-___Jand Men Buying Slocan Mines.  I' PORCti.-AND,_Oregon,_September_16.=rA  '' syndicate    of    Portland    men���the   Viking  Mines Company, Limited���has incorporated  and purchased two valuable mining properties near SJocan City, British Columbia  ' The company consists of about forty stock-  'holdeis   About  a year  ago  the  company  i.lbonded the properties. The results were so  *.v_ttisfactory   that   the   syndicate   has   pui-  [Ychased the lands. The chpital stock of the  corporation Is *W00,0OO. The lands are about  l'.__   miles noitli  of tho International boun-  __ry Uno   The board of directors elected  ru organization Is made up of B. Lombardl,  Goorge Tayloi, Jr., T. W. _5   London, A. D.  Charlton, Harrison G. Piatt, George Good,  and T. C. Dunbar. Mr. Dunbar Is the mln-  :ing-ongl��eer of .the company, mrd Its manager. The property Is about' orio and one  '"half'miles', from ..Slocan City. Ore may bo  |.cheaply dcrtyered at the Nelson'and Trail  ..smelters  by  rail. .Tbe  ore-is  free milling  ��� quartz  that  assays'about  $10 ��� per  ton  of  (; gold and silver.  Before '-'incorporation tlio  |(l_-inpany; was  lchown as  the  Viking Development" Syndicate'.   It, spent y consider-  Iable'money in exploiting work,, and the rc-  1.suits Syoi-e' highly : satisfactory. The prop-  lertyYali*eady has| two -tunnels and one shaft,  T;from >which; promising ��� mineralYhas; been,  [-.taken. .The'purpose'is to erect a stamp mill  J.and reduction'��� pjarit^ \ The ���' mine has; abun-  I.dance of water.; powery aiid a, large! avail-y  lable wood supply. ��� ]Y ; y ...   ..'Y  "Y;y:YYy:Europea_i-.News,;Itemsi--Y':;YrY''v  The- minimum rate of'discount of the  iBank of; 15ngland'.is': unchanged aty 3 per  Icent.--. ' y ���'-,-. :-X,,X:  yBrussels'EtoileyBelge'thinks there ;is a  |_rdwing ' estrangement   between   Germany  _.iid .Russia.:   vV';v ���-"'"'' ���. -    .-������  Y :'"   Y .";���'��� .���.'.���;  JOEL, September; 16.���Th'e czar and czar-  liria sailed for.France today.on the imper-"  Jial yacht Standart.  Yfhe widow of Theo Ostern, the banker,  lias given Frankfort-ori-therMaln 5,000,000  [marks to promote medical purposes.    '  Public opinion in Austria-Hungary.looks  lip'oii the Austro-Russlan pact as collapsed.  Itts fate is scarcely encouraging, to those  jwho wish for . an Anglo-Russian under-'  |vtandlng.   ��� . ���  The Agrarians who were formerly em-  lohatic regarding'the necessity of good relations with Russia, arenow afraid that  |_ie German goyernment is going to far  l'or their interests in its advances'to Rus-  IsiaY.  Brussels   Independence   Beige   says:   "If    strike.., Dissatisfaction to .ending tjie st.rjke  the ��� czar  can  convince   emperor ' William    onterini* that Is said to be, unfavorable-.o.  f-.the false position in which, .many Euro- I. the .Ajjialganiatippi: extends -to. nearly - all  ,<uuj. fllaUes *_dll be placed by tbii .adoj)  business, houses 40 gallons. of gasoline,  which quantity was 35 gallons In excess of  the amount permitted to be stored on any  premises in the city. '  In connection with thn matter aldeiman  Selous explained that the fiie wardens were  dealing with the matter of the storage of  powder In the' city by wholesale ��� dealers  and he expressed the opinion that > if "the  gasoline matter was left in the hands of  the fire wardens they would be able to arrive at a satisfactory settlement of the  matter with the wholesale men. If they  found', thoy wero going to have any difficulty they would ask the council to commence prosecutions for bleaches of the  by-law Alderman Selous took occasion  toTomurk-in-Closing that-the-"disclosure  reported by theichtef was a mild affair compared with others which the fire wardens  weie dealing with.  Mayor Fletcher reported that he had  taken up the matter of pi ogress payments  upon the architect's estimates on the school  bulldrng with the members of the board  of school trustees, but from what he could  loarn he was of the opinion that the government Intended to turn Its proportion over  to the city council to disburse In the  meantime he had Issued a check for tho  pavment of one half of the estimate  This matter brought up refeicnces to  other subjects which havo boen matters  of correspondence between the city and the  provincial  government ofllcials,  and  gave  : tho. mayorYa.chance to moralize upon the  difficulty^ which confronted- the. city In se-^  curing an answer toy any .communication'  from anyydepartment" of the government.,  The' officials apparently .paid no attention  'whatever 'to ' either' letters  or  telegrams,  and/ had  -even Y Ignored   .Inquiries   as   to.  whether they ever intended to answer.- In;  thisyhe said, the lands and works depart-:  ment,;;was the; most, at  fault.- More than'  three' months   ago   he   had   forwarded   a  communication to this, department, dealing  withV mattersY':of'';the/ greatest Importance;  to  tlio; city,  but so  far had  been  utterly  unable to secure as,much >as an acknow-  ledgmeht.   This   is. the   department   over,  ,which :HonviW.*e.-,Wells presidesvyy-.-yX  -. \y',. Strikers; Are Not 'Pleased, y  ���PITTSBURG, September 16.���There was  ��� nbygeneral resumption at the steel mills  here today., With the��� exception of' Mc-  Keespbrt, the Ymlils'ln;this district -were  operatlirig about the same.as last week,  very few bf tbe bid men reporting for werk.  Tlie -strikers-are, all, at.sea, and;Amalga-,  matlon headquarters were, crowded this  morning with1.committees from the different local rnijl. and out of town plants desirous of! learning tjie terms'of the settlement ',of the big" strike. None -have been  officially no'tifled that, the strike has been  declared off, and a great deal pf indlgnar  tion was; expressed by the. different deler  gations on the announcement, and president, Shaffer, .who had arrived early, fourid  the'committee from each of the mills sep--  arately, and explained the result of.the  New York conference and the terms of settlement. From, ,tho i sentiment p��, the. tin-  plate workers today,- they, wjlj, co*)tijiue the  ���J- t..i,l,.,  BUFFALO, September 1,6 ���Buffalo stirred  early thiSjmornlng, but early as the people  were   to   get  advantage L of  a  place   from  which to view tlie' departure of the dead  president.^ the police and soldiers had anticipated 'them    At  the  Milburn  mansion,  where ithep family^, of the "dead statesman  slept,  at the 4WilcoxJ 'mansion,' where the  new piesident reposed, and down town near  the City Hall, where the form of the dead  man  lay,   the  guards   were   formed  early  and the streets were kept clear. The sun  shone this morning, but the wind blew In  stiong   gusts   across   the   city,   dislodging  drapings an,d raising clouds of dust. At th'e  Milburn mansion  the  servants were astir  early, and there was much activity about  the 'house.   "By  half  past  6  o'clock  there  were transfer wagons 'dnd carriage's drawn  'up at the corners neaiT the house and those  within were up and preparing for the Journey  to  Washington    Mrs    McKinley   was,  not awakened untiU after 7 o'cloclc,  when  Dr.  Rixey went to her room with one of  ^her  attendants'���'She"^had1'not  slept'well,  'despite the fact,that she is'almost thoroughly exhausted and__that ,Dr' Rixey had  given her a sleeping potion. The first thing  she asked was  a .repetition  of  the query  j of the last few*days, "When can I see the  major?" Dr. Elxey told her that they were  going to let'herVee him1 today, 'and she then"  allowed her attendants to^dress,her, and at  7 45 she was ready 'for' her light breakfast,  which she took in her room-alone   At'7 30  the baggage was "ready and'two truck loads  of 1. moved to tlie depot,In'one wagon was,  a hospital bed, and it Is thought" that this��  was for the use of Mrs. McKinley, In view  of the certainty of the-fatigue* of the Jour-*  ney and the possibility of a collapse, Colonel*'Bingham,   who  was in ^harge  of  the  arrangements, saldj that, none of the party.,  would gd to the hall where the _ody lay,'  out that all would go airectly to the train,-  on  Mrs. .McKinley's  account'   At 7.35  tho  Misses  Duncan,   neices  of' the"* late' president, were driven to the train to,prepaid  comforts') for   the  stricken ^widow ^ A  few  minutes  later  severall figures  s'tepped  silently out upon the poicli and walked towards the carriages "Mrs1* McKinley robe'd  iii  garbSj of mourning,   _nd| supported  by  Abner McKlnlej-,-on onetside and^Dr Rixey  'oh-the other?-lwas-.he��centrar;flgur_tTo"'  the surprise of all, she walked "briskly, witiller head erect, her face hidden bjr her "long-  black veil She got into the carriage with  her favorite neice, ' Miss / Barber, Abner  McKinley, and Dr." Rixev,' and they were  driven at once"1 to" the~ depot "President"  Roosevelt did notarise until 7 o'clock.'He  dressed quickly and at 7:30*breakfasted.with  the family of his hosr; Mr. Wilcox. Ju3l  bofore S had stiuck he got Into a carriage,  accompanied by_ Mr.' Wilcox and his secretary, William Loeb, and drove to the*  train A few mounted police followed the  carriages and three or four detectives and  secret service men kept near him.  BUFFALO, Septembr 16���The silent form  of William McKinley was borne from tho  city in impressive state this morning and  taken on its last journey to the national  capital   Just eleven days ago he came to  the Pan-American exposition In 'full .health  and   vigor,   he   was   received  with   enthusiasm,that was unprecedentd in the annals  pf the city, and for twenty-four hours en-  _Joy__LMm^e"f_!;I*._ roughly _The_story���of_tho  foul   assassination,   the   pathetic   struggle  to   receovery   as   outwardly .demonstrated  while   death   was   slowly  working  on   the  vitals, the breathless hopes of a nation'and'  loved ones,  the terrible wenty-four hours  of suspense ���when death made Its final demand against human skill, are all matters,  of  history   now    The  statesman  who   butr  twenty-four hours before had outlined his  future policy to an assemblage at the Pan-  American, the loved guest of a great city,  was taken out in silent splendor, his career*  ended as far as  his dominant peisonallty  is concerned,  though his policies will remain. Thousands upon thousands watched  the   impiesslve   procession   this   morning  moving towards the depot   It was doubly  impressive because of its lack of gorgeous-  ness .and   because  of  the  fact   following  Jclbsely" behind   the   pall   covered 'corpse  of  the  dead' president  followed  the  successor to tho. title nxid the living .change  ,In the country's history.: .Y; .'.Y. r*;'.'���!  The train' that bore tlie president from  Buffalo was a solid Pullman of seven earn  drawn by two locomotives. Fifteen minutes  ���bofore , the train was scheduled to leave,,  an engine sped out through the yards,,  with orders to proceed the train by 15 minutes and keep the track clear. President  Roosevelt entered the station - with secre-  .ary Cortelypu.v.The, members-.'of the cabinet followed. The president raised.-,his hat  in; salutation. Shortly after .'8:30.o'clock Yit.  was. announced that: everything was In  readiness;andyat 8:34-the train.pulled slow-  ���lyi out from the New York Central station,  y WASHINGTON, September 16.���Tho re-'  main's .6fv president McKinley (tonight Yiie  in'; the! east'i'rpom of the White.; House.i,  where for more than four .years he had  made his home as the chief..magistrate of  the .AmericanYrepubllc.r The silence -.that;  marked the 'funeral' party', through'���'tiie ha-'  tional capital was profound. The people  as a whole did not talk, even in. whispers, ���  and the only sign of agitation in tlie great  crowd was the silent procession and striving- against the ropes to see the mournful, cortege which, swepi slowly along. At  the Pennsylvania railroad station-men in  ���bright uniforms gathered, a mixture of  soldiers and sailors, and with lowerted  voices talked In groups while waiting to  take up their parts in the ceremony. From  the brigadier general and naval captain,  down to1 the humblest figure, every officer  on duty In the capital was there save a  few of high rank who composed the guard  of honor, and waited at the,White House.  Presently in dead silence the two troops  of .',payalry; from Fort Meyers swung from  *,      ;   i*   i       * * \* i. i  Then came secretary Hay, secretary Gage,  r and , acting secretary , Sanger and commander McFarland, and a few subordinates''privileged to enter the space within  the station. The train was due at 8 25, but  the clock stood at 8:30 when the big locomotive ruslied 5aIong the rails and the cars  .swept'quietly to a stop at the gates',     *  Th.y were met at the entrance of the observatory car, while down the pathway  stood a body of stalwart soldiers and sailors and militia as the body guards. Meanwhile further down the street the party of  the funeral train were alighting. Secretaries Hay and-'Gage' had -pressed forward  and* entered the car where the mourners  sat' and assisted them to alight. Mrs. McKinley, was Raided'by Abner McKinley and  Dr. i Rixey and was "pla.ed in a carriage,  which drove tOffjat once to the White  House.   ' < ' *  Close, behind came the members of the  family of the late president, who likewise1  were* driven away immediately to' the executive ^mansion. Mrs. McKinley was deeply veiled.;^ She > appeared to bear up�� with  _fprtltude,' but leaned, heavily on, the arms  of her supporters       ~ /  President Rooseveltrcame next   His arm  'was closely1 clasped by captain Cowles of  New York, his brother-in-law, who walked  rather  hastily  along beween  the files of  ^officers to the carriage at the gates of the  station t Just ibeyond^tbel entrance  to^ the  -station, president Roosevelt with the mem-v  ���^bers of his cabinet, ^paused and 'had taken  la^station^o.as.to leave-a broad space for  "the   funeral .cortege'" They   ranged   tliem-  selves in double rows opposite each' other  and"stood"with" bared' heads "'as "the corpse  was carried to the-hearse drawn up a. the  side  of the gate   The liearse" was an^ex-"  .j-juisitely carved affair, - and'was drawn by  ,slx,black horses,' each of which was led by  a .colored-groom, in~black livery. 1  . i v, ,.     i     -j       i   -        -j- J J      <  :-;v~~-G.ldwin SmitlT.n^Anarchy. ;  \ A"Bystander,"<'!'wrtting In) the Tonortto,  ^Weeeklj* Sun,"��says. .'-^ K x ,<>��� _, ��� *  ,If reason could Tfind its way to the mind  of an Aj_archi��tJvhe.ywquld see'that, assassinations of 'crowned heads and presidents  was nottonly ineffectual, buts defeats' 'its'  .own"ends, inasmuch ^as'-it makes them  'sp-cial'objects 'of.interest^ enhances*ithelr  ..importance, impresses./the belief, that, social order depends upon their lives, and  thus, increases itheir power. *Such, evidently is the result of this ijast". crime 'It has  turned, the head of a pai ty,\ respected-politically by his own partlzans t alone, not  only Into'an* object of national'sympathy,  but almost into an object of national worship. Investing an elective "magistrate with  something' like the halo of royalty. If  Anarchy Is 'folly, however, *it is riot on  that account to be despised. Anabaptism  and Jacobinism were both\of them folly  in the '-highest *��� degree, they were terribly  formidable, notwithstanding. The assassins of the French president, Sadl-Camot,"  of-Jthe'empress of Austria,* and of king  ^Humbert, as well as the assassin of the  president, have been men willing to sacrifice their own lives to their convictions,  perverse as those convictions might" be  They j have not been lunatics;' they hava  been fanatics, like Ravaillac, Jacques Clement Balthasar, Geraid and Guy Fox. The  cause~or-brotherhood_which can command"  ,*>  against law and order. Anarchy in the pulpit is not directly murderous in its effects,  but its influence brings law and order into  contempt. The'killing of a dozen Polish  Anarchists, would be no offset to the murder of one McKinley. -.The great need  of the United States at present is not traders upon the righteous indignation of the  people, but teachers who .will scorn the  bad example of Dr. Talmage and proclaim  thej supremacy of law and the, sanctity of  human life���Toronto Telegram.'  vidual, she believes ho or she should bo  above the necessity of all restraining law.  In appearanco Miss Goldman displays evidence of Jewish ancestry. She has blue  eyes, a pale, thoughtful face, and a wide  brow, surmounted by a mass of blonde  hair. Her 'nose is slightly Inclined to tho  Roman type. She is about five feet three  inches in height and of stock build. When  speaking her whole appearance is changed  and she become., a veritable' flro brand. In  private.life she is and up-to-date, dressy  and_ stylish woman ln appearance. ���There  is nothing either ln speech or action to  Indicate the sleeping volcano that smoulders underneath.   1     K  EXTERMINATE ANARCHISTS  QUEBEC'S. GREAT WELCOME  r\  i   Honoring a Dead President.  By command, of king Edward, the union  ' jack which floats over the round-tower of  Windsor Castle during the absence of the  court is half-masted, as _. tribute of respect  tp the late president McKinley..The London stock exchange will be officially closed  on Thursday next, the day of the interment  of   president   McKinley   at   Canton.'' The'  United States embassy,^ though 'not yet 'officially informed of the^fact, learns that a  memorial service in honor of the late pres-t  ident-McKinley will be held in Westmin-'  ster, Abbey* on   Thursday' afternoon,   at  which seats will_ be reserved for members  ���of the^ United States government^ and tlfe  diplomatic corps. A memorial service will  be held simultaneously^at St*. Paul's cathedral^ the lord mayor and sheriffs of the  city  of London attending * in  state., Many  well known pei sons called at the, United  States   embassy   to'day, Jaiidr entered  their  names in  the visitor's' book,  while others  telegraphed   condolences ^iThe  newspapers  here., continue   to   express   the   hope * that  the" duke of Cornwall ar_l York will be, able  to attend' ihe-funeral' of :president{McKin-  'ley.   but Ut seems now extremely'doubtful'  if it-can be arranged, especially since'the  ceremonies at the capital have been ^fixed  'for Tuesday.  Government  circles' seem  to  1- think'" that" immediate/action 'on  the  part  of king Edyvard is the'"only way to bring  Jabout the attendance of the duke at Washington  '"It would be "an unique'opportunity,"   the 'Westminster   Gazette, says, J'of  -showing "British   sympathy  to   the  United  States,, owing to  accidental fact, that the  king's^ son is  near at hand ''  It  certainly  'wouldZ be   appreciated"-by   the   American  people.J  Says John W. Mackey.'   ,_      ���  ' NEW YORK,   September 16���"An Anarchist sliould be dealt withLseverely,'-' said'  John W. Mackey in an interview last night.  "We never had,so good a government in  San -Francisco and Virginia City as during  those years when the vigilance committees  were' in control. Every offender was "tried  by a jury of twelve good men, and if found  ' guilty was executed on the spot. Bad characters left the country* instantly on receiving a warning from (the'committee. It "did  not have to be repeated   I hope cthe newspapers and public officials will urge immediate action. This'shooting'down of good  men, like president McKinley, is a serious  matter. It makes no dlffereuce how brave  a' man  may  be,  some -cowardly .assassin^  ^wlth a noiseless gun may shoot him from  'the   roof   at, some   unexpected   moment.  Guards amount to nothing; men have been,  ,assassinated in the, midst of their soldiers.\  Summary   justice   properly   executed   will  do 'the work. Drive' the Anarchists' out of  America   Hang every one of them caught  in   these   crimes   without * delay.   LetJ the  movement begin  with  vigorous^ action  on  the part of each community,',and they will  soon   disappear  when, they   find   that  we  mean  business. '.Every  Anarchist  arriving  in this country should-be sent back by the  same  steamer.   The* European***police'will  attend to them. They are shadowed,everywhere,' and they should be kept out of here,  hunted down, and promptly exterminated-  *,The  time' has  come  for Jbusiness >nion^ to  ��take*-hold of this matter and settle/It, in  good .shape   There, should be no half-way  measures   Let the papers help .the riiove-  ment along',1-and have officials ^see1 that it  is;'executed. Public sentiment will, do, the  rest1 The country will sustain such (.movc-  ment'and  make  Anarchy a t'hing of  the  i>ast." ''p   >' ' *  FRENCH    CANADIANS    EEOEIVE  .  THE, DUKE OF YO&E.  .    ,_.i'y. ,->*-*-'  _   ' _, , _ I',  - _ ", t >JSti-. -. ��f*S_~  Mnaic, Fireworks and Cheers Greet' theV Ab**#  Heir Apparent on His Arrival at' "' -'-���"'*  the St.  QUEBEC, September  booming of cannon and  hundreds' of   steam   vesselslr  highnesses, the, duke ana' duche*?s"of7York/^ /jej.-f.|  arrived'here on schedule Umo''todaK\'on;-%B,,'i-.'J|  board HMS, Ophir.sThe arriva'ir0f^thetr^vt-^-^jl  royal highnesses,rwas witnessed K by*"- th_f.*r$0���I  largest5 crowd that was ever in 'this^clty. *;-%&^V*l  As the Ophir and escort arrived In ��� port,-\-'W/f I  royal salutes ^were fired from" the fort and-^v'-^-Vt-v I  one of the French .frigates,"in 'port, and?/'*%sM$\  also" from the ccitadel'. [Immediately after*} ..^**&i?f  the salute, the Ophir and^allvthe-.frigates Z% rV^ll  half-masted the stars a'nd,'stripes, out ?o��jfct����j$jQ\  respect 'for the deceased preslderitrof th_"J.4'>3t&��|  United  States.* At 'l:30 o'clock lord ,MI���t.'^pA^rfl  y'A l>����>*  -��y. ,^   ._>        ,.    _,    .__   .Z ,____, __*._.____ J     _ v \  ...     .-,     ,r y ; , .  i*i The As*afsm Arraigned  BUFFALO, September 16���Leon Czolg-  ocz alias (Fred Nieman, was indicted this  morning by the county'court grand juiy  for ��he crime of murder in the first degree, in fatally shooting president McKln-  ^ le_ at the Temple of Music, In the Pan-  'Amerlcan exposition grounds, at 4.15 o'clock  on the afternoon of September Gth When  arraigned beforo'judge Edward K Emeiy,  in the county court at 5 30 p m , the prisoner stubborn^ refusd to answer questions  repeatedly asked of him by district attorney Penney^ as tb whether he had counsel  or wanted counsel The district attorney  then suggestd (that inasmuch as the defendant lefused to answei, counsel should  be arranged Judge Emery assigned Iloir ,  Leon L Loomis and Hon Robert C Titus,'  foimerly supreme court justices of this  city, whose namesjhad been suggested by  the Erre county,bar association Czolgocz  will probably be arraigned again in the  _moriilpg_to_plcad-to-the indictment���f=   such devotion, howevei Satanic, is a powei  While  we  set   the  detective   on  Its   track  and, Inflict condign punishment  on its instruments,  we shall do well to calmly Inquire into Its source  It would be libellous to couple Socialism  with Anarchism. The Socialists for the  most part,' though their end may be revolutionary, seek it by peaceful means. This  Is especially true of the i l^abian section.  The affinity of Communism to Anarchism  is more decided, as tho dire experience ofi  France has shown, But the Socialist, tho  Communlstrand tho Anarchist have all this  ln commqn���that thoy desire, not partiul  reforms, but a complete recast of society.  The Anarchist,yIn effect,, desires a chaos'  out of which, he. hopes a new worid will  be born. Nihilism Is Russian Anarchism  In furious and murderous revolt against  the tyranny and corruption of,,the empire,  which, it has practically helped' to perpetuate! by killing moderate, and practical  reform. Optimism and Pessimism are alike  untenable.   :,..Y\'v ;.���-���,' - .��� ��� ���  . If .wo,,cannot .agree, wi'th Schopenhauer  that; all. in. this world is 'for ��� the worst',  neither, can ,we' agree with Leibnitz that  all is at. present for .the,. Dest. It is Idle, to  deny the terrible,'inequalities* of'.'the. human  lot, ,or. tp;,assert that.YlioWeye- "inevitable,  they accord with destructive justice. Brooding oyer; the"se,*Ya-",m'ar_ "of .'"a��� ������certain,i: temperament becomes" ah lAharcHis't and -is  transported with a mad desire not only  to reform, but to tear down the whole social .'edifice.Y That, poverty has increased  ' with progress, tliat is with the' general' Increase , of wealth, is���'���_, 'jerhlclous f;fdliacy,  and has been thoroughly ���disproved'.'YBut  the inequalities and the failure of distributive justice have .been rendered moro  marked by the vast accumulation of wealth  In'the hands of a few; while: the progress  of!popular education and intelligence has  enhanced the sensitiveness yof the unfortunate. The best antidote to Anarchism Is  the demonstration that the possessors of  wealth, and the leaders of society, are at  least .trying to do their duty.yf:    '  Yy  Twenty-one Assassinated.  In the last 100 years, 21 rulers of nations  have been assassinated, as follows:  Empeior Paul,  Russia,  choked   ...   .   1S01  Sultan Semlin, Turkey, stabbed .   ...   1S0S  President d'Istra, Greece, sabre     .   ..   IS'1  Duke  of Parma,  Italy,  1851  President of Ilaytl, stabbed        . . ]S"9  President Lincoln, United States, shot   ISfio  .872  1872  ITii  1871  1877  Prosident  Balta,   Peru,   shot  President Moreno, Ecuador, shot  President Guthriz, Ecuador, shot  Suit-in  jVbdul  Aziz,   Turkey,   stabbed  President of P.uaguay,  shot  ..     .  Piosident Garfield, United States, shot   1880  C_ui- AluAundur II, Russia, ;uomb  lSSl  President  Barrios/Guatemala,   shot... ]885  Queen  of  Corea,   poisoned  1890  President  Carnot,' .France,   stabbed   .. 189.  Shah   of  Porsla,   stabbed  1S98  President Jose Barrios, Guatemala, shot IS!.  Empress of Austria, stabbed ........... i_99  King  Humbert,, Italy,   shot  1900  President McKinley, United States, shot 1901  Revelstoke Local News.  ,. JREVELSTOKI^ September A\b. -;  [Specia.--.to TheJ Tribune-.J-f-Serv.i.eT in  ithe'Bnglish^churcli here.las), night was  of a memorial, character in tribute to the  late president McKinley.  Various rumors of appointment to the  gold commissionership are ilymg round,  the name of Walter Scott, mining recorder a|t Nakusp, is mentioned as appointed, but as,a matter of fact no appointment has yet been made, nor likely  to be for some time to* come.  The big Eddy sawmill, owned and operated by a local company, started, this  moi ning.  The first shipment- of copper ore,from,  the Standard, mine came out from the  Big Bend today by pack train for Trail  and Granby smelters. Z  Machinery is now nearly all in place  on the Bluejay placer claim owned by  the Duqusene Mining Company on  Smith creek, Bg Bend, and supples are  to be packed up at once to keep fifteen  -men-at-work-all-winiterr =���~���  -tion, the galleries being' filled with', pupils; \M 'X^l  ' while, the1 body, of, the hai 1> was. filled .with t^S'^M'  clergy and distinguished guests."%Asi. tho "YJm^P  royal party ��� entered' tlie - student.-*fstruck "^ Jvj^g  up the national anthem' and^all 'present^' ''^CJ^I  joined ln singing it. Four vbeadIes^h.aded."Cr,"'>i'!vf^|l  the procession. .The "duke and "Kev. rector? i''A^___gl  ;Mathieu were" followed'by; the duchess! ��li$'-3_$K|  .who was accompanied by sirJWIlfrid Lau- .-"* ".''jSKffl  rier Then came the'.'governor 'general.^the *t^"lt^^|  lieutenant) governor, an_>t���e RomanYCath-v^]jM'pS&l  ollc bishops The duke was dressed' in 'deep/i ^5**Sr,'  hi.._i, ��_._...__   ���.__,.__. -  - j'   .    i .  _-'_,_',..  ed by the rector to the,duk_,Jwho���w__^ac-*';?s?*^g  iously pleased to accept .t^A-splcndld bou-* ?yi%^M  quefwas piesented to the, duchess-by on.-'s-T^'^'1  of the'pupils,_of the seniinarj. The duke'S'i "'s^l  then addressed" tho_i*./prose-<t, dwelling-*','2. ^iT^^I  particularly, upon, the appreciation "of the ViV^^I  loyalty-of the French' Canadian student. w*Y . W-T&P  ,to tha crown*"  ; Anarchy in the Pulpit.  Justice should not be swayed by the Ini-  pulses: expressed in .the forms of a Corsl-.  can vendetta. It is nqt; put of sympathy  for tho wretch who killed president McKinley that Canadians aeplore the tone of  many references to the. assassin Czolgocz.  Tho American press has, on the whole,  been more temperate In its comments than  -the iVmerlcah' pulpit,' and tho XRevi -DieWitt'  Pe__��aylvaj_)a  8Vefl*40   4_to  sixth  street I Talmage :*ras   been   tho   loudest   ranter  True Path to Reform.  It is unfair: to single out football; arid  lacrosse as two games',.�� which the: spirit  or fair play reaches Mts lowest ebb. Lacrosse is, perhaps unfortunately; a Canadian game which Is tabooed In the schools  and cried,down by.^the .promoters' of games.  Rugby football is not a Canadian game.  Some of the finest exponents of Rugby are  eminent cricketers. Players' who are foremost at cricket-in summer time display a  good working knowledge of "ways that are  dark and tricks that Yaro vain" when they  disport themselves on the Rugby field. In  autumn. Lacross^ and. Rugby are two  games which,-In a peculiar sense, are made  or marred by the referee. The professionalism and trickery of '.individual players  are not the greatest curse to these games.  Tho weak and Incompetent referee Is the  great curse both to lacrosse and Rugby,  The true way to improve both games is  to employ referees who know their business, and to pay them well for the special  ability which their work requires.���Toronto  Tcle__am..  The Mill About Completed.  Jesse Coulter, who has charge of  building Ithe mill at the Second Relief  mine, twelve miles southeast cf Erie, is  in Nelson. .He reports the mill building  finished and nearly all the machinery  installed. The mill has 10 stampfe, 2  Wiiley tables, a Huntington mill, and 2  , I<"rue vanners. A 14-drlll compressor is  also installed, whicli will be run with  a 5-foot wheel. The mill will be��run  with a .-foot wheel, and 21-inch motor  will be used for running the concentrating machinery and the electric light  plant. These wheels, are fed by* a lUf-  inch steel pipe, the water having a head  of 178 feet. The water Hume is 2 by 2  1-2 feet and has a grade of 5 inches to  .a hundred feet. The mill 'is connected  with (the mine by a 770-foot surface  tram, the lower tunnel in-"the-mine being 230 feet above the mill. Mr. Coulter  says the mill will be in'operation in_a  short time, as a few pieces of machinery  are the only things lacking.  with them and presented their prizes. The *\/f'* ^  ^faculty   was  presented  to  the  duke  after'''-^"  which the party wore escorted back to' tho ,  . Z  citadel   by - bursars,   the   crowds   cheering  all the >way.    *��� ( j  *''-'' .  A becoming state banquet was held at  iiv.  the citadel.. The toast to the king was tho r '.'  only   one   honored.   The   band   of   H.M.S.' ,? ,  Crescent  supplied  the  music ' About sixty*'   ',  sat down   During the afternoon there was  a grand illumination of the city, all public"  buildings   being   resplendent   with   lights"  The   Chateau   Frontenac   made   the   finest  display   of   all,   its   graceful   lines   being,  picked   out   by   lights,   while   names   and  dates  of  Canadian  history added  interest  to  the  sight   The  warships  were Illuminated most effectively.  A big choir gave a  -conccrt-on-the-terrace=una-there-wa_=aIscr  a fine display of fireworks  The first day of  Quebec's welcome was a grand success.  *   v. 1^1  m  She Ts a Sleeping Volcano.  CHICAGO, September IG.���Emma Goldman, tlie high priestess of Anarclil>im in  America, is a fiery and Impassioned speaker and absolutely unrestrained in her Ideas.  She would abolish both marriage and dl-  vorco'and leave the parties to natural selection. Her teachings are destructive of  private rights In propert*  Verdict; Against the Cranks.  VICTORIA, September IC���The coroner's'  Jury this ��� evening decided; that Eugene  Brooks, elder of the Christian Catholic  church of Zlon, which teaches' that doctors  and medicine are not necessary in cases  of Illness, and John Rogers,': one of his  followers, ...were responsible for the death  of, aii Infant chjld of Roger's, who died  from diphtheria and who hud no medical  treatment. This is the second child of Roger's who died of disease, and In both cases  the Juries found Brooks and Rogers  responsible. They were arraigned in the  police court this morning on the first  charge, but the case was remanded for  threo days at the request of the crown.  Tho defendants have dismissed their lawyers.       . .���  Canadian News Briefs.  HALIFAX, September IG. ��� Kings  county Liberals have nominated B.H.  Dodge and H. H. Wickwire to contest  the county in their interests at the coming elections, '  HALIFAX, September 10���The eastern  section of Prince Edward Island was  visited by a terrifflc electrical and hail  storm on Saturday. Considerable damage was done. The barn of James  Coady," together "with several 'head"of  Simpson-Gagnon.  The church of Mary Immaculate waa  ,1110 scene of a very pretty wedding yesterday moining, when Miss Simpson, one  of Nelson's most populnr soung ladles,'  was united In marriage to C V Gagnon.  The bride,was given away by J Sturgeon,  and the groom was supported by J. O.  l'nteiiaude Tho musical service was exceptionally well rendered bj a full choir,  tho numbers including an Ave Maria by  Miss Dnrvcau, O Salutarls by T. J. Scan-  Inn, and Stai ot the Ocean Is Rlson by-  Mrs J. A. Paquette. The bride received a.  large number of presents from friends ln  this city. Mr. and Mrs. Gagnon left on the  morning train for Spokane, nnd on their  return will make their home on Silica,  streot.  ���a \f,-|  *  >"'.  t'\tt  Mr  ,) L  /**-!  Mining Records  The following new locations were recorded  at the Nelson record, ofllco on Saturday:  (Defender, on third south fork of Porcupine creek, by A. C. O'Neill; Alk.a, on the  south fork of "Wild Horse creek, adjoining  Black Bess, by C. E. Desrolslers; Golden  Rule Fractional, between Eagle and Forty-  nine creeks, by August Johnson; King Edward, on Stag Heap mountain, Lost creek,  about eight miles from Salmo.  Certificates of work;were yesterday issued to August Johnson et al, on tho  Sierra; J.; A. Taylor, ou the Boston; Alfred Parr, on'the Cora.L.; Michael O'Brien,  on' the Black Jack; Arthur P. Hay, on tho  Millenium; C. D. Ogilvie, on the Pomeroy.,  ���" *"~~ ��� ���  . . ���  Chamber Motions.  Kettle River Mines vs. Bleasdell, order  made for substitutional service of notice  of motion.  Felt vs. Dickinson, order made for discovery of documents.  Cummins vs. Silver Queen, order made  attaching'debts due the defendant.  Dundee Gold Mining Company vs. Morrison & .Marshall, order made for service  out of jurisdiction.  Episcopal Bishop Dead.  ST. PAUL, September IC���Bishop Henry  B. Whipple died at 6 o'clock this morning  at his homo in Fairmairlt, Minnesota, after  a short illness. Henry Benjamin Whipple  hnd been bishop of the Episcopal church  in Minnesota since 1S59.; He was the senior  bishop of the Protestant Episcopal church. THB NELSON TRIBUNE,  TUESDAY MORNING,  SEPTEMBER  17, 1901  *?x ���������  f*  Jiff  to  to  to  to  C OIMI jP-A. INTST  INCOBPOSATED 1670.  i  CALGARY LAGER BEER  A CARLOAD OF TKI3  FAMOUS BEER  HA.S  JUST  BEEN  RECEIVED AND WE ARE  SELLING IT TO THE FAMILY TRADE AT  $2.50 per do fer quarts.     $1.50 per doz for pints.   <  DELIVERED TO ANY PART OF THE CITY.  TELEPHONE NO. 13.  OFS BAY COMPANY  BAKER STBEET, NELSON, B. C.  ��__  Xf.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  IP  to  to  to  m  WALL "  PAPER  Tbis Is usually' the dull  soason for "Wall Papor.  But to keep, it moving  wo havo made up bundles,  of all lots that have run down in quantity.  We place these on fale at prices that will certainly move them; original cost has been quite  lost sight of in making tlio price. In many of  theso remnants tbe quantity is sutiicient for  even a largo room. Tho high standard of our  paper, is now well known and not often docs  un  opportunity offer to' buy such papers at  ���^^���-^���^������^���������^���������^, f��\    ^'^'<^'^X^'i*"'<!0''00'00'^'0*''00>'^'  ^&'0?r00'0*'00?0?'00'00'00'0*!;00r00'00'00'00'00y00 '.*..*  -5^ ^^^^���^���^���^���^^^^^���^^-5^  from S to 12} cents por roll.   If not ready  paper just now anticipate your fall wants.  to  ^i^ _^��*.�����_c.���&- a* -^^aa^^^MaS*  WHOLESALE DIEE0T0RY  ASSAYERS'  SUPPLIES.  w-fr  i-A - >���  '*',< *,  -V^i'*  ���ff v  *  ,.  . -1?  '. -".  -*_-.��� v  I rfi'X '-  /A  Uk'.rZ,  W. F. TEETZEL, _, CO.���CORNER OF  Bakcr and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealeis in assayers supplies.  Agents for Denver Fire Clay Company,  Denver, Colorado. ,  'H. J. EVANS _. CO.���BAKER STREET,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  cigars, cement, fire brio 1. and fire olay,  water pipe and steel rails, "and general  i timmi -<ion merchants. * ' ,-  \    ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.?  jif_J.   Ci;  IJflK'^.'. ".  -    KOOTENAY    ELECTRIC   SUPPLY     &  _ Construction   Company���Wholesale  dealers  nin<-telephones, annunciators,    bells,,batteries, electric fixtures and appliances. Houston Block, Nelson. u ,  '_y _FRESH AND SALT MEATS.  ���: ;  M.., BURNS Ss CO.���BAKER _.T_ti__*T,  Nelson; -wholesale dealers in' fresh > and  cured meats. Cold storage. <���    i ��� '  GROCERIES. ' v.;  w j     t,     '.a.   .MA__J.jNAl.l_    is    _U.���_v_jl\.j.'.j_1.-   UF  I ���tV_A'!-1 Front and Hall streets. Nelson, wholesale  *Sfjf,p'-,'grocers  and'jobbers  in" blankets, -gloves,*���  Wfr\\ t mitts, boots, rubbeis, mackinaws and mln  _&._"_. ers* sundries. .   .'        s  CARPENTERS'  UNION MEETS  WED-  nesdav evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  in   Miners'   Union   Hall.   C.   J.   Clayton,  .president; Alex. B. Murray, secretary.  PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays in each month at 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. -  ���        FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23./A. F. &  A. M. meets second Wednesday, ln  each mouth. Sojourning ^brethren  invited.  'NELSON ROYAL ARCft CHAPTER  No 123, G. R. C���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning companions invited. George  Johnstone, Z.; E.  W.  Matthews,  3.  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.  I &'i!jn- - ers  'l-'l '  :#.  ,."'-,��' KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, LIM-  ���Vernon    street,    Nelson,    wholesale  fe^f'-lted,  grocers.  ,_- -1  '   JOHN     CHOLDITCH    &    CO.-FRONT  street, Nelson, wholesale grocers. , ,  J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET,'  Nelson, wholesale dealers in rrrovislons,-  cnr. ri meats, butter and eggs  LIQUORS AND DRY  GOOPS^J^'  (V&u��� -TURNER, BEETON & CO.���CORNER  r->_,-\ Vernon . and Josephlno streets, Nelson,  if v"4,! " wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars and dry  IJfW ',<_. ''goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  ^���iJtS i.gii,* of Milwaukee and,Calgary Brewing Com-  ||\^i >'panyjof Calgary.* j .,'  Pzr  *'������'-��  -  KOOTENAY TENT, NO.-7, K.'O. T. M.���  Regular meetings  flrst  and  third  Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir Knights  are   cordially  invited   to   attend.* Dr.   W.  Rose, R. K.; A. W.-Purdy,  Com.; G. A.  Brown. P. C. ' w     -      ^   ;*r, CLASSIFIED.Am.-  ' * '_________.". *_.'"'  ARTICLES, FOR SALE.     .  SEWING MACHINES  OF-ALL KINDS  for sale or re it at the Pld Curiosity Shop.  THOMSON STATMEBY CO, Ltd   NELSON, B. C. ���  he lias already formed for the conduct of  public affairs and his own policy. In  no sense are they different from what  has been understood as McKinley's  policy. This 'policy, as outlined to his  friends at yesterday's conference, will  be for a more liberal and extensive reciprocity in the purchase and" sale of  commodities, so that the over-production  of the United States ca"n be satisfactorily disposed> of by fair and equitable arrangements with foreign, countries, and  the adoption of reciprocity'treaties. The  aboltion of such tariffs .on foreign goods  as are no longer needed for revenue, if  such abolition can be done without harm  tcthe industries and labor oftthe United  States.       i '',"-,,  ���������������������      ��� e >  According to a special ,dlspatch to The  Tribune from its correspondent at  Northport, Washington, the' management of the Le Roi mine and smelter  are importing men ..from Joplin, , Missouri, to work in the smelter' at North-  port and the mines'at'Rossland. These  men are called' strike-breakers, which  means that they/ Yare \ professional  "scabs.',' The Tribune' has always1 advocated entire liberty'of individual action. If men from distant sections come  here of their own free will to seek employment, they should be fairly treated,  and they will stand or fall,'on their individual' merits, whether,'they/ be mine  managers or mine muckers. L. But; this  province should not be'allowed to be  made a dumping ground ���fdr^ aliens under "contract to drive from'"(the country  men who are good citizens' *': r. .  to  to-  to  rramnnnmiTTmrimi  T  A TV. TJ_��   OTTMOI  _oxx________  LADIES' SUNSHADES  AT HALF PRICE.  UMBRELLAS AT CUT    ��  *.   PRIOES _  PKIOES.  ,   )  X^>iriTIl__lJJ_CXJLLl_____ll.  Irvine & Co.  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  lIlllliriliriimnmrmimiiiiiiinTrT  LACE ALLOVERS, a  RIBBONS, VEILINGS,      I  ��       DRESS TRIMMINGS  8    AT REDUCED PRICES.  rtr  xxxxxxxxxxxxxi ____  9}  9\  9}  to  to  n\ Call. and see our Fall Mantles and Ladies', Ready-to-wear Felt Hats.  9\ Ladies' JFurs, Ladies' Flanelette and Plaid Shirt Waists.  to -.-.���;���  to WOOL MATTRESSES AND EIDERDOWN QUILTS  to   '��� "'"   ' "' , |    "���"   "       ���, -        '���:������  to  to  to  9\  to  to  GOODS ��  9\  to  9}  9\  First lot of  \  "BARGAINS IN  VALISES TRUNKS  ���   AND  TRAVELING. BAGS.  Fred Irvine & Co.  NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY to  .'���      ��� *���  to  to  36 Bakep Street  _iiriiiiir_rrTTr:nvi.nii)      ,\.  L.KID GLOVES    ��   ?f*  toto  /��  LADIES  60 CENTS PER PAIR  SEE OUR WASH  ^ KID GLOVES.  &TTr��IllllTllllHTninll,rrll���rrTYTTTrf  ! Nelson   has   from   its   earliest  ,been a liberal and progressive town  days  . No  t\.y. 00 * 00 * 00. <g *00. i��y0*' 0? '00��__f *<00 * 0* *00 ��� ___ - 00 * (00. ��� ^X^ ��^^��g��>>�� *^_>��jg.�� ^ *2S>- ^ *-S>* ^5f- * Sy SS- ��� S^' !S^ * SB*-' T!^'',^ .**^*^. *  At  VOR^RBNT.  '},- V  SIX ' ROOM ' 'COTTAGE 'AT " BALFOUR  to let by the month or for the''season. Immediate   possession.   Good   Ashing.   Apply <  , C.  XV.' Busl-r Kokanee  creeK.  Phone 66a.  Or, to R. H. Williams, Baker street, Nelson.  FOR" SALE.  WINES,AND CIGARS.  CALIFORNIA WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  ted���Corner of Front and Hall streets,,Nelson,, wholesale doalers In wines, caie and  " bulk, and domestic and Imported cigars.  BUSINESS, DIKEC TOR Y.  -   ..   .,..    _        .  Y ' ���        .ARCHITECTS.,..'_...;.._  A.  C.  EWART.���ARCHITl-CT, ROOM ,3,  - Aberdeen Block, Baker Street, Nelson.  'CHOP HOUSE.    <   . l  ' PIONEER .CHOP HOUSE, JOHN  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  Baker street, Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches a' specialty Picnic and traveling  _partles_s_pplied_on_shorte**t_notice. .   .   ���  DRAYAGE.  p-URNITQRE, PIANOS, SAFES, ETC.,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply-J. T. Wilson, Phone _70, Prosser's second Hand store, Ward street.   FURNITURE.   V. J. HO.BEK.TSON Ss CO., FUP.NITUKE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 2U2, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postolflco building, Vernon street.  Nelson.  TEAS.  WIS HAVE INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas ln great variety, choicest quality. We make a specialty ot blending teas  and sell them in any quantity ut iowe_t  rates.  Kootenay Coffee Company.  ��� * i*  BREWERY HOTEL, SANDON, B. C.  Furnished throughout, with' all requirements for ,same. Apply���*to , Carl Band.  New York Brewery, Sandon. ,_ , - . M  _  HELPr WANTED.  WANTED-FIFTY TIE MAKERS. TIES  7x8, G-inch face Tops oan^ be made into  mining ties. Price nine., cents. Fir, tam-  rack, and jack <pine. < Apply to Breclcen-  ridge & Lund, Morrisey, B. C. '       i  * ���  WANTEU���GEMKRAI. SERVANT. 'APPLY  ac the residence bf VV; K. Jarvie, Victoria street,  ncir Joseprin e.,.,  ', .. *j~       ,,  -. K < . x  '  WANTED��� WOMAN COOK, SECONI* COOK.  dcckLands, railroadl laborers, girlH for honse-  work, < laundres1*,  waitresses.   Ne son Kmploy-  .meutAgenc..  Phono 278. ri '-.'���',    t  WAM'BD.i- EXPERIENCED '    SKIRT  * and   waist   hands. , Mrs.j Flint,   Victoria  block. > , ^  ���V SITUATIONS-WANTED.-^f���~  ASSAYER, WITH SMELTER , AND  mine experience, requires situation, Keep  books, etc. Address W, Box 578, Nolson.   i  EMPLOYMENT 'AGENCIES.  HELP FURNISHED-WR1TE, TELE-  phorre, telegraph or Inquire Western Canadian Employment Office,' Nelson. Phone  270. Storage���I have a 'large warehouse lor  storing household or other goods. H. A.  Prosser  successful attempts'have been made to  restrict people in" the'pursuit of pleasure,,  and no unnecessary'restraints have been  imposed on anyone carrying ;on,a legitimate business. * But it appears that this  tolerance, and liberality is not at all sat-'  'isfactory to,the "class that want everyr  thing wide-open.'*- This class want public gambling to be permitted. Apparently mayor Fletcher and police commis-'  sioners Selous and Cameron and the  "four members of the police t force ..are  standing in with this class, for what-is  eenerally admitted to^be the most-vie-'  ious sort of public gambling is permittee;,  in several well-known resorts in 'the  city. -��� public, opinion will nojt tolerate  this state of affairs, and mayor Fletcher^  and police   commissioners   Selous   and  i > -  Cameron and ^their four policemen arc  given fair notice that   the   license- bf,  every saloon' in which public gambling  is'permitfed will be revoked at the'next  sitting of the board of license commis-  Hi  rt.  \to  ito  MORRISON & pJWELL  .:',PROVISIONS  A^D., PRODUCE. <  OURcLEADERS-7- .    <   - -     f-��.    -      ���    *  ^ i ������_���_-    T.   it-J  _ t-_,'* \ ^ j( ^  A- The well-known Newdale Creamer/ Buttery  ' _^ <^ . "'     >n ' In all sized packages an_ 1-pound bricks ��   ���"     "'"*,/  " V-    September 'Selected "Ontario Cheese  Y -'      Choice Matured .Canadiani- Stilton -.Cheese"  . "�� Vi'-     Fresh-Bogustown Ranch1 Eggs',//'  ' '\ -  Sole Agents for Regal Brand Tea/Coffee and Spices  Bakep Street,  Nelson. B.C.  Morrison & Caldwell  ^  ^_.  f_i  -ii.  sioners.  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Lug, Pan  Fired; in bulk or packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  THAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  we arc selling at 3. cents per pound is  giving the best of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootonay   Coffee   Company.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  '"^REE lfiLLlNG~G6LD"p_ToPEr'Ei_S-  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C. Room 4,  K. W. C. Block.  Classified Adu and Legal Notices, per  word for lirst Insertion   For    each    additional    insertion,    per  word       Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classilled), per line per month   Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, per line  per month   ��     25  1  1-2  60  Address all letters���  TIIE   TRIBUNE   ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager. Nelson, B. C.  GOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospecls wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B.  C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETINGS.  ���    .TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  ~l^Zn<Z^s71imoSZ~So'%, w'TfToTm^  Meets ln Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, evory  Saturday evening at 8 o clock, visiting  rneraberb welcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Wilks, secretary. Union scale  of wages for Nelson district per shift: Machine men $3.50, hammersmen $3.25, muckers, caimen, shovelers, and other underground laborers $3.  LAUNDRY WORKERS' UNION.���  Meets at Miners' Union Hall on fourth  Monday In every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  tn. B. Pape, president* A. W. McFee, secretary.    BARBERS'   UNION,   NO.   19G,   OF  THB  International  Journeymen  Barbers'  Union  of America, meets Irrst and third Mondays , . . ......       ,.       .    ~  .. .  ot each month in Miners' Union Hall at his persona} friends together m Buffalo  ___) sharp. VL-itiug member- invited. B. I ���. �����,___ ���^���x,������, ����� *>,_ ���.vi������t __  JttcMahori; president; J. H. _Xath__on, _eo- j and those members of the cabinet as  retory-tixamBeri __ C_ Gai__t___ xeaaObtg J were j*-*****-. and jgaTO tbenj SOXQB |_eas(  WANTED HELP OF ' ALL KINDS.���  Orders l'or^ help recolve prompt and careful attention. R. Purdy, Employment-  Agent, Stanley street, Nelson. Telephone  44. P. O. Box 582. .  ��Jte fgrvibnw  SUB3CIUPTION   RATES.  Dally by mail, one month $  50  Dally by mall,  three months  123  Dally by mail, six mon tha 2 50  Dully by mail, one year  5 00  Daily hy carrier, one month  1 00  Dally by cuirler,  three months  2 50  Daily by carrier,  six months  5 00  Diily  by  (..ai'iier,  one year 10 00  Semr-weckly  by mail,  three months...     60  Semi-weekly by wail, six morrths 1 00  Semi-weekly  by  mail,  one  year  2 00  Postage to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Display Advertisements run regularly  per inch  per  month  ', $4 00  If run leas than a month, ptr inch per  Insertion          25  President Roosevelt has outlined in  some detail the policy he will follow during his incumbency of oflice. When he  took the oath of office, he stated with  much deilniteness, "It shall be my, act  "tc continue absolutely unbroken the  "policy of McKinley for the peace, prosperity, and honor of the country." Yesterday the president gathered some of  '   Enumerators Have Been Paid.  YMIR, September 16.���To the Editor  of The Tribune:    Allow me to say that,  as assistant census'  commissioner _ for  Nelson riding, I distributed on Saturday,  the 14th instant, checks to enumerators  'for their ser.vices in connection with the  . taking of the census.   I would ask you  'to' _>articularly state that all were paid  in full, no deductions   whatever   being  made by the government, the basis being  as follows:  Within the City of Nelson and additions and in the town of Ymir, ?3 for  eight hours work.  Outside places in the district, each man  was allowed $8 per day of ten .hours.  In this case all''traveling and other expenses were born by the enumerator.  Some of the enumerators in the City  of Nelson by working overtime, made  on an average ?4 per day. I lay these  facts before you for publication, as there  was doubt expressed by many that the  government would not pay on the basis  of so much per day, but by the name.  A. BERNARD BUCKWORTH.  i*>f j��   ��  E. FERGUSPN & CO-  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AKD CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  A COMPLETE LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  . .   local.and ooaHtV  *    Flooring -  :  '        looal and ooasF. v  , y    'Newel Eosts{ ,  1        , * Stair- Rail ^  ;,> ������  ',.  Mouldings  - , ',    Shingles,   '        :  r        ' Rqugh and;  , Dressed, Lumber  -j* - of al! _!e_8,  . , .<  JW WHAT YOU WANT IS NOT IW STOOK  i _     WB WTtX MAKE IT JOB TO IT  CALL, AND G_3T PRICES. V  J;  A COMPLETE LINE OF CANADIAN \H0 IMPORTED LIQUORS.  ____________i��� *  1  Eainer Seattle) Boer in pints and quarts.    Dogs Head Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts.*- Kola-Wine,' the best Temp;era_!ce^drink.     ,  ' Our SpeoialOanadian Bye in 5s and 6s.   ''        '"'   *    ���  Dawson's Perfection Scotch Whiskey. '    Granada pure Havana Oigars.  Union Cigars,-.full range inpr ices.   Cards and Poker Ohips  Agents Bfunswick-Balke Collendef Billiard  Tables and Supplies.  i (.,!>  South African War Medals.  Lieutenant Thomas j_rcwn of the  Rocky Mountain Rifles is in receipt of  a letter from lieutenant-colonel Sanders  of Calgary, district commander of the  Northwest Mounted Police, in which was  inclosed the following instructions for  members of the Canadian Mounted  Rifles who wish to parade before the  ' duke of York at that place, and have his  highness present ^them with South  African war medals:  INSTRUCTIONS.���The ofllcer detailed  to make the necessary preparations for  the presentation of medals by the duke  of York has asked lieutenant-colonel  Sanders to assist him. All individuals  who desire to parade before his royal  highness at Calgary, to receive their  medals must sign an application, with  a declaration attached, at the police  barracks on or before 6 o'clock p. m. on  Wednesday, September 25th, 1901.  Those who desire to parade, but cannot  conveniently come and sign the declaration, must forward written applications,  addressed to Ue_te_u__t-col__i_l  Sanders, The Barracks, Calgary, N. W.  T. No written application must arriv.  ���later than 6 o'clock p. m. on Wednesday,'  September 25th, 1901. Claimants for  .the medal must understand that if their  names are not on the list ln time,.*it  will be Impossible for them.to receive  thoir medals from his royal highness.  Claimants who, after notifying their intention of parading, And they are prevented from "doing so, should notify lieu-'  tenant-colonel Sanders at once. Those  parading for medals must be at the place  where the presentation' is to take place  not later than 8 o'clock a. m. of September* 28th, and in' readiness to receive  their medals in the exact order in which  their names are on the nominal rolls.'  FISHING TACKLE  ��_ HAVE THE BEST  FLIES AND  THE  BEST LEADERS MADE.  Dnnble Jnrsny  Butter-milk.  500 ffi^ANTED  On tho construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway In the Lardo district  HIGHEST WACES PAID  ; RA_��� AM) _AKlt RTKKKTS. N*F_-*OV.  J**************************-  _���' ������������-���-, - -    *     Hi  ��'    -   *   a   i ���' 11, - ���      * ������      J{J  ���u��|   THESE        ���  I rou1)10 Jer8ey    *  _   mtTays ,     B"ramm-,   .  Hi]    i ��� *  '      D    ./     n! *��_���  Hi, 0(1I*-M-*H        I   iiiurnrriii       ��� j{j  *  9.  9  9  I*  9  9  9t  *.  Ur************9t************<*  HENBY'SrMfiSEBIBS  APIARY AND GREENHOUSES '  Greenhouse and Bedding out Plants.  Lowest   Prices.  BEEJ SUPPLIES, SEEDS, FERTILIZERS  Agricultural   implements,   lruit   baskets  and   crates,   fruit'and   ornamental   trees,  bulbs for fill planting-.      *     ' *     '  THESE  HOT PAYS  TH1RST WITH SALOON-  -    Anheuf-er-Bnr-ch  , Beer, Pabst (Milwaukee Beer. Calgary Bo**, Kela-  terer & Co. Beer,  Gosnell Beer, and  A. R.  BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND-SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria* and Kootenay Streets,  P. O. Box 659. TELEPHONE NO. 95.  ��_*  V NELSON' LICENCE DISTKIOT. , , *  * NOTIOE is'heroby given'that W. S. Do. lo'h'ns  mado'npplirntiori under tho "provisions of tho  ���'Liquor Licoiri-e Act, 1��00" for an hotel licence  tfor thp North Star Hotel, afc Hall, suoh premises  tmving been previously licenced under tne name  of th>, Algonquin Hotel.'  *A meeturg of tlio Hoard of Liconco Commissioners of the Nelson .Licence District will-bo  held to consider such application ac tho Courn,  House at tho City of Nelson on Saturday, tho j  twenty-eighth -day, of 'September, 1901,-at' the  hour of cloven o clock in tli. forenoon r        ,  '   .W. H. BULLOCK-WEBSTER.  ��_���_��'__,.    L Ghiel Licence Inspector. *  Chief Constable's office, '  isolson, BO., SeptcmborlSth, 1901., ''!���     .    ���  Catalogues Free.  300. Westminster Boaa.  Vancouver  In order to secure men without delay-  ordinary labor will be paid $2.25 per day  and axemen $2.50 per'day.   '  GOOD STATION WORK  CAN BE SECURED.  i       -   > 1 j  .   '  Minnows, diver and gold and Pbantonis  Silk' Lines  Landing Nets  And a splendid line of all fishing requisites.  CANADA DRUG _ BOOK 00.  !  K.-W.-C. Block*       Corner Ward s_ndrBafcer8fs  W. P. TIERNEY  Tolopbone"a>5.'  For   further   particulars   apply   to   the  Nelson Employment Agencies or to  CARLSON & PORTER  t*>*********************Sf -  11 ARTHUR    GEE J  tt MERCHANT TAJ LOR *  W    LADIKS'TAILOR    '       BAKER 9  Hi       MADE SUITd.        STKEEl' EAST.    *1��  ^1 ! ^  *%*********************<&  NOTIOEJO DELINQUENT 00-OWNEE. .  To John J.  McAndrcws or to any poison '  or persons to whom he mav have transferred his inteiet,t in the Black Diamond -  'mineral claim, situate on the noith. side'  , of  Bear  creek, ' about  three  miles  from  the town of Ymir, lying south of and adjoining- the J_venni**-.���tar mineral claim,  'Nelson mining dhisfon-bf West Kootenay  district,   and  lecorded-' in* the  recorder's  oflice for tho Nelson.mining- division.  ���You and each of you are hereby notified  that   I   have   expended   two  hundred   and  twelve    dollar,     .md     twenty-live     cents  ($212.25)   in   labor  and  Improvements  upon  the abovo mentioned mineral claim in older*.  to hord said mineral claim under *the provisions of the Mineral Act, and if within  ninety days from  the. date of this notice  you lail or refus>e to contribute your portion of all such expenditures together with  all costs of advertising-, your Interests in  the said  claims will  become the pioperty  ?of tho subscriber under section 4 of an act  entitled,"  "An Act  to  Amend  the  Mineral  Act, 1900." JOHN DEAN.  Dated at Nelson this llth day of September, 1901.        * _      -. ,  TIMBER LEASE 'NOTICE.     .  Notice   is ��� hereby__glven__that_in_thirty   -days-'we IntenxTto apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works for permission to cut and carry away timber ol. the  below described lands ��� situated on Look-  hart creek, one milo ami 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, thenco 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. 1901.  ' ' ' NOTIOE.  NOTICE is harnby given that, I intend to npply  at the rrovr, Kitting of the Hoard of License Com-  mlisioirorr* for the City <f Nebon lo be ho'd at  tho expiration of thirty dn**r* f **oin t he date hci cof,  for a tiansfor of tho Hotail Liquor Licenco now  held by mo for tho pri mlr*PO_ known ai tho  Hodegi. Saloon, situ fit a on 'ho Pint half of lot  nine (fl) in block one (1). in the .a'd Olty of Nelson, to William Walmsley .ml Edward C. Davidson, both of tho Raid City rf Noli-on.  Dated this llth dny of So.foinbor iqni.  W. G. HOB1NSON.  Witnebs: B. O. DjWinsoN.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BBS WEBS AND _U_T____) OV  , FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  CONTRACTORS.  CORPORATION OF THE CIT. OF NELSO/.  Tenders for Wharf Repairs.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  OtOeec Two Doom WestC P. SLitttiot.  _- - j*  HCl*    -J-.-" ^a��.iJt*CTI--TJt^-M3i-Il'_*��_'   *-_*-*_7       *     '  ��� f V���-.-  '(������iA^'f  1 f Wi*r_     ���  ��� i    ^._-\__3;  .*-H.^   .J e*  ���_-_  *.        i\ +  k.  The  city  council  invite  tenders  for repairing and enlarging the city wharf.  Specifications can be 'seen and forms of  tender obtained at the city offices. Sealed  tenders marked outside "Tender for wharf  repairs" accompanied by a cash deposit  or accepted check for $200 are required  be sent by 4 o'clock on Thursday next, the  19th September instant. The city council  does not bind Itself ^to accept the lowest  or any tender which may be sent in.  By order,       ,  J. K. STRACHAN, City Cleric  Nelson. B. G, September Mth, ISCL  Prompt and regular delivery to the trade.  BREWJ3RY   AT   NELSON  EAST KOOTENAY'S FIRST  ANNUAL MINERAL,  AGRICULTURAL AND  INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITION  .-���_fc4rf.-_-.wrj  _, i**-.-..JV-- ri.*  THREE D/\YS OF   INSTRUCTION,   INTEREST AND  ENJOYMENT.  CRANBROOK, B. C, SEPTEMBEI? 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 fointft,  A.W, MoVJXXSS, BecrwbMty.    .,1'-'* 1   .  NOTIOE.  Webcsflo notify the moichnnts and business  men of volsorr (i at wo have purchased tho busi-  ntss and pood will of tho Pnoiflc Transfer Company, which it is our Inter tion of Incorporating  with the huiino-H of tho Nelson Freighting ec  Transfer Company, wo remain yours   >  R. H. WILLIAM",  Manager Nolson F. & T, Co.  ~ :    NOTICE '���  Notice is hereby given that I intend to  apply at the next sitting of the board ot  license commissioners for the City  of Nelson, to be held after the expiration  of thirty days from the date hureof, for a  transfer of the retail liquor license now  held by'me as the representative of tho  John Johnson estate, for the premises  known as the Silver King Hotel, situate on  Baker street, in the said City of Nelson,  on lots 7 and S in block 10, sub-division of  lot 95, to M. A. Nalsmith of the said City  of Nelson. CAROLINA THELIN.  Witness.  G. A. THELIN.  Dated this 4th day of September, 1901.  NOTIOE.  THE CASCADE WATER, POWER &  LIGHT COMPANY, LIMITED.  Notrce is hereby given that an extraordinary general meeting of the above named  company will be held at the registered office of the company on Baker street in the  City of Nelson, British Columbia, on Monday the 23rd day of September, A D 1901,  at the hour of 11 o'clock In the forenoon,  for the purpose of considering, and if  thought fit, passing a resolution authorizing the directors to raise the sum of 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 a3 to the directors may seem fit.  By order,  JOHN FRASER, Secretary.  Ctb _k_��tember, 19__ _    _    _ ,*. Vvvvr v  $#?p��?^a.  ^r.-^:-^  1 -..  ? .     - *   .' -'_*'��_-iB___  ff.a  5SS5H  w^l  THE HELSOST\ _,ElBFNE,;vT]^SDAY I MoMINGf,'' 5_|#TEMBEl.' Vfu 19. iy  BANK OP I0NTBEAL  CAPITAL, aU paid up.. ..$12.^,000.00  REST    7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President)  Hon. Goorge A. Drummond Vioo-Proaidono  E. S. Clov_.on Gouoral Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Corner' Baker and __.oo_e.taj- Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  THE CANADIAN  BANE OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AM._XGAM_.TED  THE  BANE  OF  BRITISH COLUMBIA."  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,      -     ���     ���     88000,000  Reserve Fund,      .... $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OYER 365,000,000.  IMPEBIAL BANK  0_E!   0-A.-JSr-A.I3_A. '  HEAD * OFFICE.** TORONTO.  Branohes In London (Englnnd) Nkw York,  OaiOAQO, and all the prinoipal oltles ln Canada.  Bur and sell Sterling Exchange and Cable  fr 1*1 __-_-_ _i_-p��_  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Eto. '  Saving's Bank Branch  CURRKNT RATS OF INTEREST PAID.  BUSINESS IS UNDERSTOOD;  Hon, Geo. A. Cox,  President.  B  E. Walker,  General Manager  London Office, 60 Lombard Street, B. O.  New York Offlco, is  Exchange   Place.  and 68 Branches in Canada and tho  United Str-Urs.  ��� By tlie Women of Java.  I want to tell you something about the  little brown people of Java, They are  the most lovely of all colored races outside of Japan,"and even' more quamt  than the Japanese. There are 25,000,000  of them on this little island, and they  are swarming about me" as I write  under the sha.de of the palm,trees. My  seat looks out on the wide canal which  runs through Weltevreden. It is walled  with brick, but at overy few feet there  are stone steps leading down into the  water, and in each of these places Javanese girls are standing waist deep in  the canal washing themselves or their  clothes.* . - ���  They are "a cleanly people. Every  Javanese takes his bath night and morning, and tho bright cottons, the., wear  are frequently scoured.. The little girls  down there in the water have bag-like"  skuts or sarongs wrapped tightly about  |' their plump bodies-just under the arms,  and the rich golden Drown of their  shoulders shows out as theyvbend-down  at their woi k. The wet sarongs cling to  their forms like the traditional paper on  the wall, and they look like brown statues with the ' lightest of draping/- Notice <how their shoulders bob Tup' and'  down as they rub the   clothes' on^ the  fsStones.S There-is "one. turning' around;'  she is wringing the clothes, and there  is another holding a wet garment high  in the" air and ..bringing it'down with a  slap oh the stones to get the dirt out.  HOW THB JAVANESE BATHE..      '  See the .men and women swimming  about ^nithe canal. There are scores of,  them,'1 bathingi* together, all .dressed in(  .these thin cotton, sarongs. There are  ���grandmothers and granddaughters, old  men and young men, children and ba-  -bies, the later in the arms of their moth-'  ers, being dipped in and out.      ,"**-  Here come,, two ^girls of'sixteen for  their vdaily ^wim* in "the warm ] flowing  water. "They are well-dressed after the  Javanese style; each wears a long cotton'jacket over the sarong or skirt whica  forms the costume of both men and women    and , each   carries   another    sa^_  long with her to use in the bath.   Nowu  they have stopped on the bank-within 20  feet of 'where I am writing.   They are  letting down their han*.   It is long and  Teaches to the waist.   See! each-girl is  twisting it up into an knot and.fastening  it tighfr to the' top of her head, so that  it may not impede her while^ swimming  Now they, take vofi_. their I jackets   and  hold" up the sarongs they have brought  with them.   These are bags of bright-'  figured cotton about a yard   wide   and  two yards m length.   Each girl steps inside one and pulls it up under her* arms  and at the same time allows her dress-  sarong to ��� drop to her feet    She is now  penned "in as it* were m this wide-bag  with her arms and shoulders exposed.  -She-pulls* tlie**bag'"close_t(f"her person  twisting 'it   in  this  way  and   that  tc  ,   SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT: ' -  Interest allowed on deposits.'* Present rate  three per cent. ,      "*        ,  GRANGE V.HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  conditions, the families are not, as a  rule, much larger than oure, many of.'  the children dying In infancy. Many of.  the people are Mohammedans, but, as a  rule, they have,but one wife, more being  common only among the chiefs and nobles.  I am told that the women believe in  love Sotions, and that there are witch  doctors who sell stuff which, introduced  into-the food or drink of a man, will  make him-^your lover. I should think  the receipt for this might be valuable  to the patent medicine men of our country. The women are very jealous. They  understand poisons as well as love potions, and such of the Dutch officials  and soldiers as form matrimonial alliances are careful in breaking them, for  desertion may bring about avterrible ie-  venge on the part of the woman. *   ' ''  THEY ARE BUSINESS -WOMEN. '   <  , Come with me to the bazaars and take  a look at the business women of-Java.  They do "a, greater part of-.the buying  and'selling, and they are as sharp traders as you will find anywhere. The only  women "-like them1 are those of Burmah,  who look and act much the same, j ,,,'- *  The most of the business'of "this part  of the world is done m great bazaars or  vast department stores Hinder one roof.  The only difference between our department stores'and the bazaars is that in  the latter each counter, has its own merchant, who owns the goods piled about  him, and that "there are hundreds of merchants''selling; the same1 kind, of goods  in the same place. (- > \  ..Sometimes the bazaWs cover"acres. At  Buitenzorg they "are in the form of a hollow square, the roofs being upheld by  white pillars.     In   the. center .of   the,  square (is a court~filled with market-men*  I and women who haye temporary roofs  | to shield them from^the sun.   The bazaars proper are. paved ^with red brick;  they run in one. long* aisle, lined with  Jstores around'the, great, square, y The'  goods are spread out on little .counters,,  piled up on the floor or hung, up behind  the merchants, or, more" often, if I may  mse the term,"merchantesses, .who squat  "on the bricl.sS"'"- -"",-  *'V*- "      -   *  Capital  Rest  IL S. HOWLAND.  V. K. WILKIE..  S2.500.000  ,91,860,000  .President.  Oeneral Manager.  K. BAY Inspeotor.  '-i'.y  ..   .,  -*> 5i _   -    ��*>*  -_., -   _*Cf|  -fp..f:00-00-00'00'00-00-00*00*00*00. *0.0*.00.00.j0. 000^^'^.^.^*^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^.^^^  01*.       ���___   > _____-, >  ���'       ' . r'Stim  ���>_-.  -    8AVINCa|~BANK DEPARTMENT.'    ��7'  THK   OUBMNT  RATE  OF   INTEREST  ALLOWED.  r.  ���*" t.    .  Nelson Branch���Burns.Block, 221 Baker  ".- 'Strectt.'   m"   '* 7ui  - %i. Ms LAY, Manager..  the country. ^Djobja is* a large city, and;  its bazaars ,cover many acres! They, con'-'  sist of vast'sheds.roofed'with thin .brick  tiles," which are green with the moss" of  old age. Here the business is done almost entirely- by women/., the" various  trades and goods'^being classified. In  one sectionv**I' found ^riothing* *b*ut coal  merchants,"~sooty faced girls squatting*  on tables with piles of charcoal;* about*,  them. Each girl hati a bundle" ot Ijanana  leaves,beside, her, and her measiire of  value semed to be what one leaf would  hold. The leaves were about as large,  as a sheet of 'foolscap,-and a leaf full of*  coal sold fort two'cents. ^The' string-was'-  a strip of rattan fiber. .  ���Next to. the icoal; sheds were 'the,, vegetable merchants.; and-���'further * on Weds  containing fruit, bamboos, chickens and  eggs.   The vegetables were sold in piles.  , I saw one pile-'of five potatoes,-each the  size of a walnut, and jwas told I could  have it for one Javanese" cent, equal to  two-fifths-ot a, cent of, our,money. The  '���samet merchant* had^two piles of strin'g  beans,* a Uttle pile'of-tea. which she was  ^selling out by the cupful, and altogether,  a stock worth not m"ore than>25 cents of  mir money."1 * *v* . *���-   .'.v -' ������-���������*  '-,The cheapest things bf all are the  fruits .which are of ��very, tropical .vane.,  ty.' I'come home every day loaded "with  mangosjteens,' J bananas,.-1 oranges i "and  pineapples and my'chief drink is cocoa-  nut water, which. Tbuyiof the coacoanut'  peddlers in the bazaars. ������/ There *is- a  sweet little coacoanuti seller in~Djokja,->  who'has tbe freshest of green "coacoanuts-  always on hand. �������� She sells them for two >  cents ^apiece, and'will .open' them up  ���with-a cleaver, so'that you can drink the  sweet coacoanut. water .fresh^from the  shell. .'I assure youJi��i_. -a* drink' for the  gods."j,-* -r^Z' i .' -���-.>'-'.' '  WOMAN BANKERS.. '.'  .*_ _-r  Gut Glass  Gut Glass  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.  . -Ts, s:> .r%. v; -��� -zpM\  fJV Our, Jewelry and Watch Making Departments are at  fiX.Yohr. service.  'All mafl-oixJers1 will receive our care-  f|V ful attention. -       j-.^* _ > j ,   r  ;;-r ,   t  '"fe^~\L��iJJi-J>*2S\-_, ___i"^ r." J-   "   'lj' 'r ��� 'T.  ��� ^^i^'^-^'^'^''^''9__['^__[''^'^'^'^'^'0^'^''^'0-  They are Open for Inspection  ���*"   ������ ��������� ������ ��� ��� r,zz' ': rA^z-:^rrmmBmmk:~m  dA(]u_)i|l'^vl-R:i-lIi V R .Time Tn&fi__friMfe''._  WMlfaFWBfoi  w w v�� >-_ 4_-,_-_ 'w- ���*_.' *__.- ���__?- w xLz^z��: < J<^~ *^&*ttmR 5  ^���''^'00'00'00'^'.00'0Y*^'&r&'&'0&.tt.^.^?^&?W  *      .'.*�������.'�� .  >  i..        -   _ ->��*_.. .' >.i    i *. v   t^ isir. .i'^_*iXr,<_.___tt_*0Z2aTim  V   "ill  _ ^   z II  ���*��� "4        it!  ..  charge of suspicion. In a saloon on- St.  Clair street, Idings is alleged to have'  said: <-*'I belong to a*society*!that*will  give ?50'to' any man-who will kill''pres-  dent-Roo-sevelt.", 'Idings'at his' hearing  today denied that he made * such' 'a  statement, -He was remanded to jail  and will. be given another hearing on  Wednesday. ^Meanwhile the police ���will  take every! effort to learn all about the  prisoner.   _ ,i   - ' ���,      r >__. -  f HAMILTON,    September    16. ��� Four  .Socialists of the Labor Party and two"of  j their sympathizers were arrested , Saturday, night for ���> expressing   sympathy-  with"1 Czolgosz,'president McKinley's .as-"  sassin^ at'an'open-air meeting. tA crowd,  o'f* sympathizers -stoned the police "for.  making' the "arrest. '  tighten it and fastens it by a kno. at thr  breast. She now folds up her other dresc  and lays it with the jacket in a neat pil*  on the bank and jumps into the stream  Her sister has followed, and the twr  are paddling about like two little browr  ducks they can swim this way, and that  Nov/ you see only "their heads and now  only tho soles of their little brown feet  They stand in the canal and scoui  themselves, and, after a long time spen;  in sporting about, walk up ,the steps  two dripping Venuses. I-am Interestec  in watching them get out of their wei  dresses and into the. dry ones, but thej  do it in the bright light of this tropica'  sun without the least exposure of theli  person. They are modest withal and a.  innocent as that, little baby who stand,  there on the porch astride the hips oi  hor twelve-year-old mother staring a<  I'me. , v  THE JAVANESE^ WOMEN,   ���  The Javanese cannot be said to be  (beautiful, although you now'and then  liee a good-looking man. The people arc  (about as tall as the Japanese, their av  ferage height being a little more than  Ifive feet. Both sexes' are plump and  J-.elI shaped and exceedingly straight  |They have slender, limbs, small wrists  md ankles, and long, slender fingers  Brhey look-not unlike the Filipinos, save  That their foreheads are, if anything, e  Lrifle higher, and they are of a more pro  liounced Malay type. Many of them  jiave high cheek bones and their eyes are  trifle aslant, making, you think of tht  Khinese. They have thick lips, though  l-clhing-like so thick as the Negroes.  The women, as a rule, are not as good-  looking as the men, although many of  lhe young girls are pretty. Those of the  petter classes aie often fine looking,  laving high, narrow foreheads, fairly  lood noses and luscious red lips. They  |re particular as to matters of etiquette  Ind are universally polite and well be-  |aved.   This is so of both sexes.  The women marry very young. Girl*-  Ire often mothers at eleven or twelve  lears cf age, and old maids are almost  Inknown. Among the poorer clacses the  l'omen do as much work as the men  | he whole family in a manner take1*  ire of itself, and the more children fi  loor man has the richer he is. It is not  Incommon for a woman to have a dozen  liildren, although, owing to sanitary  One section is.given up 'to the cloth,  bazaars.-   Here <the gayest   of   calicoes  .hang on, poles--about the'walls. .There  ''are blue, red and. yellow.'goods of/all  '.kinds, forming a striking background to  the    brown-faced, .(bare7ankled,    barefooted women, who*sit there and sell.  "Further, on-are" the tailors:   There are  dozens of ^shops, each'owned by-a, male  or female dressmaker, who is working  away.    How an Amencan tailor would  laugh"at the'sight!   They are using sewing machines, but the machines ace all  worked-by handi and they rest-flat, on  boards on the floor, and notion stands  as with us.*   Here'is a girl sewing "on-a  silk jacket.   She sits cross-legged on _he  \floor with the'machine in front of h.er..  Now she has stopped sewing and she is  reeling a spool of pink silk on the bob-'  v,bin.   She" holds the machine between her  bare toes as she works.    She is bare-  armed and bare-shouldered, and she has  beautif up hands.       .,     -,    -      .   K  In the next shop Is,a prettier woman,  dressedi-m-a-cream-colored���jacket-and-  bright red.sarong.; A fierce Malay'man,  wearing *av'turban, a red jacket and  black gown sits beside her., It may be  her husband or possibly a customer  waiting for that skirt on which she is  sewing. Notice the jewelry which the  woman wears. She has half a dozen  bracelets of. silver and a bracelet and  three rings of gold. Her jacket is^fas-  tened at the-breast with a great medallion ofi-silver, to which hang long silver chains, and she has a silver belt  around her waist.     - "*���  .. Leaving the tailor shops rwe go^on to  the drug-stores. Tliese are in little sheds  loofed'With palm leaves upheld by poles  of bamboo.   In each shed "is a table just  about'as big as a double bed and about  as high from the ground.   In the center  of ttfe table squats the druggist with her  ���roods" about'her injllttle Hat ��� baskets.  'She sits with her feet under her, and in  most cases, chews tobacco "or'betel nut  "as1 she sells.    The   baskets  are*, of  all  sizes;-   they are ' filled   "with    various  kinds of roots, nuts and powders. , One  basket contains cotton bands,   another^  "_rd_"a,wh_fe powder, and in others there  are rose leaves, cloves, pepper, ginger  and every conceivable thing. As we wait��  i a woman comes up with .a baby who  who looks pale and sick.   The druggist  sizes the little one up with her eye and  then gives the, mother about a quart of  them up into tea for the sick inrt.ii  various medicines and tells her to boil  Farther on we stop in the tobacco bazaar.   Here the business is done by both-  women and men.    Tobacco is sold in  great quantites in cigarettes, in cigars  and in the lump or roll.   The most of the  native tobacco is put up m rolls, twisted like ropes.    The wrapping paper is  banana leaf, which is fastened together  by a thorn pinned  through  the   ends.  Sometimes the   bundles   are  tied   with  strands of dried, banana peel., Banana  leaves, banana peel and thorns form the  packing paper of the whole market, and  all sorts of goods are done up in them.  There are places which sell nothing else,  the merchants coming there for   their  leaves and string.  IN THE MARKETS OF DJOKJA.  * _  Some of the most interesting bagaars.  I have seen in Java are those of Ujofija.  This is-the capital ofta'-sta'te far''_j_?<th"fe  interior, ruled by a sultanj .where* the  natives are much as 'they< were centuries ago when the Dutch flrst came,to  , 'In the Djokja markets' the1 women act  as cashiers__and bankei/s.ir-,In. every. ba-5��  zaar I have" saw them "squatting behind'  little*_tables, with pennies/and half _��%n-  .nies��and*>all sorts-of-'silver''and copper  coins piled up before them'.   The chief  business of .these   women   is   making,  change. . They^chargetoi.e^cenf'or ^nore^'  ^ for* each' gulden",' so "that" the lowest' rate  .is' one rper cent.-/They,.are,backed- by,f  -the^Chinese,"',who furnlsli1 the capital,"  jand'pay them.so much a day for^their  ��work.   The Chinese do a large part of  the retail business .of Java. -\Theylhave  nearly all bf he^stores^which require  money to operate, arid/tneyTare also the1  pawnbrokers.    -" *      ,  "��� FRANK G.  CARPENTER.   "  /"Anarchists.   .1;. J A1}./1'  BUFFALO, September  16.���The case  of' Leon Czolgosz,-the''assassin',of the  -president, was presented to the grand  -jury this morning.   In case the jury re-  ��� ports, today,  the district attorney de-^  ^clines to say .whether he will-*be-arrai-i  gncd at once.  -SAN FRANCISCO, September 16.���,  The Call plunts'a story to the effecf.that'  postmaster Chamberlain of Pacific Grove  ���is certain that Leon Czolgosz was^in' Pacific Grove during president* McKinley's  visit to_that_pla_ce_on__the ..occasion-of.!  the G. A.R. encampment, .and that, he  .called1 ..for*, letters 'giving the/nam'el *of��  Fred'Neiman. -I -">      '   '   ���' ��� i.!a>'. *��  , CLEVELAND, September 16.���Frank  Idings, 22 years of age, and a blacksmith,  was arraigned before judge Kennedy at  the central police court today, on, the  QUEEN'S HOTEL  N      BAKBBJ STREET/ NELSONA  * r   *   H / &��        y~-  Lighted,by. Electricity and Heat-  **i ���"���"i^ea with'Hot Air v  "*' >..  .f/.   .,*' -ft.j-.r-r-;  >   *?�� >J'i'  , 'Large, comfortablp  bedrooms ,and flrst-  clasB^dliUnff room."Sample,looms fo^com-.^  .merclal- men.,'. V *��� ',   _���'    '1.  'rV.vRATEa$2;PER DAY    >  -i  (3Qis/L&^2sr?z:  j _    * ._     j    l ._���  ���^ ** i \ *.  -OFFICE: BAKER STfJEET WEST," NELSOf., B.C.  ^TELEPHONErNO. '219,"-P- 01 BOX 688. i.  I K .( ;  ,.'/. v  ��|r&-E:?C.;:ciarke, Prop.8  {    Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  _J *-    -rr     r | If (>���]  ; ��� Baker and Ward'  Streets,  Nelson1'  "   .       t.  DiaHden^ouse  >~ji  liAt/rS  '      ' .   lift *���-.?���        ''    ''  .    _ - .   '     *    ��   At   / iff  ySbor oiily hotel  In Nelson  that-haa^ re-  ,,malned, under one management^slnce 1S30  The, bed-roomc  nro -well  furnished and  flighted by' electrlci_>. \  ���   '\ <* '-*ri    *       w  f'.. Tbe bar" is, always stouKea ny, tbe best  idomestic,and Imported liquors and cigars/  *  !    .     THOMAS MADDEN.'���Proprietor.  i L0C..N JLY'JGliON HOTEL  J. *H.r McMANDS, Manager. ">'*  '��� !  'i iii'\  fri .11-  1  Bar stocked' with best brands, of. wines,  'liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught.1 Large  .'comfortable' rooms. First class'table board.  '0-1  .HOTEL' .ROSSLAND.  ��� THlrd door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best* jdollar,, a*, day  house'in town. HouseVadtfurhiture neW  and^'flrst class in every respect. Lighted  by| gas. Room^and ,boardv?5���to;S6 per  v.eek. No/Chineseiempjoxeiiaere'..  ... , -(j-^ o'LSUGHLIN^Proprfei  'Tte.  W|ARULE,)pLqiNC STONE,       :^   ^  BRICK AND L\W - . . ..,;,V  .'      .'ji-.y    * v'-'*' '? *   'V <,    f y&$  Mansfield.n Manufacturing Companyl-  ; Inhaye the ajboy-a; mentioned building-materials |i  '-for.sale at reasonable:prices.; 'Special"quota-fe  rations rtp/'buirdefsr^nd ^contractors fop^fi&ge^  orders.,      : ���/,rr<,. -\^ -> ,     . ^>  * ���  -ii" *���   ~ t z     t .       ��� ** ,*�� - 11 t'Zfi  Terminer   and-*    ._.��,__.���_..-,��,,.   .,���  holden in. the. Court llSuse, at Jl? o*cloclc,  J*^ihe<-f?,ren?oni at' the Places; and Jon4tho  -datesrfollowing, namely:\v\ .< -.-.^ -f..��3&S$,  ���t���Clt>r Victoria, Jst-October^igoir; CIvilJonly;  to be adjourned.to thofSth'October'-^-.>^  ''Town-.of .Barkerville.   1st. OotnUor-._ inni*  *f HI  I Civil and criminal.  **City, of, Rossland;  only  ,   Clty-of  Revel.tokerYiith^ortobe^sbS;  JClyll and, criminal.**�� .���5��..j^ r,�� ^���V fatuS  *in^%^ta^eIr^'--��M>-0?tobw.^ug_.^CIy_lj  li?  V-K-  ''���v..  -h  ORDERS BY MAIL: PROMPJLY, ATTENDED; TO  *   ��� < 1       , r- ���      r<Y '    ,    .*���        "       *    .     _.    ������' ->     K\       i    -V?-*  ^h;  coj^i:jp_^LJsr"i5r  i\  OFFICE:   BAKER STREET WEST, fJELSOfl, B. C. TELEPHONE NO ,219.   P. 0. BOX 688.  .CivU,and:erimlnal.,^^  ..<C,1<.y*-^f-1 -^a?al{no^ 3rdVDecember,*Sl90l. .  Civiland criminal. ��r. f*"\a'* t*!*. .. t��. ,-fe,*s,Sw*iss  **_*wl  - By 'command'* ^ -'-'J.JD^PRBNTICEJl^ ���    t * '*t\  *  v. n't   Y1, ^ ' >'/Provincial,'Secretary.?-^ . )     4  Provincial -Socretary'sK'Departmont.iJ-Slst*; "  JAugust,u.0i., i-nrt'&tfo$&& >w$8$m  -   "'     ?r*   :    . ,���... rr.��������� n  TnJfM  rl  ropnetor..  R. McMAHON. *  A. Er-QARDINEP.  !   BARBER SHOP.  f IrV  Robert ( McMahon - and "iA. ;J3..-Gardiner.  have leased the barber shop in the basement of the Madden block,.southeast corner of Baker'and'Ward streets, and will  be (pleased to have the patronage of their  friends, ijlrst-cla.s bathsjinlconnection. iT  RALPH CLARE, I. O. NELSON,  Undertaker, Night Call 238, Managor. r  Furniture-Dealers  Funeral Directors  and Embalmers,  . .       j _   "*- ,' . -Wortl-  Oak   Center   Tables J3 50  'Oak Center Tables 6 00  Oak   Center; Tables ; 5'00''  Oa_5    I.erit'lier    Seat -.FaDcy  Rocker    4 SO    ,  E'm   Folding ' Tai le 5 00  Elm   roTdingr   Table  6 OO  Cane 'Veranda^ Chairs 6 OO  Cane  Veranda Rockera 6 60  11'1 or  $2 75  4 50  3 75  ii ib  3 75  4 25  450  '4 7b  ���   ���   ���  TO    MAKO    ROOM    FUR    OUK    FAt.1,  STOCK OB' CARPETS AND RCTOS  WILL   GO   AT   COST.  TO( CLEAR���BABY   CARRIAGES   ANI>  GO C _R1S  AT LKdS  THaN  COST.  R. B. REILEY  i.UC;_*ESSOR TO H. D. ASHCROFT.  BLACKSMITH AND WOOD W0RKEF{  EXPERT HORSE^EINC.  KOOTENAY  COFFEE OO.  ******************i******i  Coffee Roasters  ooaiers in Tea and Coffee  *********************>***  We aro offering at lowest prices tbo best  grades of, Ceylon, India, China and Japan-  Teas. ���- - -' . "  " ��� ">  Our Beat-, Mocha and Java Coffee, per  (        ,,. pound $  _0  Mooha and Java Blond, 3 pounds...'.. 1 00  Choice Blend Cofl'ee, Mounds'.. .2.'.. 1 00  Special Blend Coffeo, 6 pounds .'.  1 00  Rio Blend Cor.ee,64pouncls.,.V.:.._... 1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  <    t* "Yr." iv" notice.-��; te&ffi&tfk,  In tho*supreme,court of*Kootenaytholdenl*  at Nelson, in .the .matter of, .the estate^  .    and effects .of;Alexis Swanson;-,]ate.of .1  * -nt,?* c-_y _��f' Nelson,v deceased -intestate 72  ,   Notice, is shereby^ glyn*. that'by. an,' order^  -S.V ,l��lS,hrfll'.l  -->>".'*-fir-��1.^4*.^,^ ��.fj�����  22nd dayyof AugustJ-A.,D. 1901,-- Clas.T.'-,  Swanson was.-appointed'.administrator > ofr.  tha personal, estate'and. effects of said de- '  ceased. Notice is also, hereby given" tliat*all-��  ��� persons ��f having" claims, against-^the-f* saidij*  deceased'(are '.required , within. thirty*daya'.*j  'of-the"date,hereof,to forward-themW-lth".  full particularsVduly.verifled by ���.statutory'".  ���declaration.-to" the-.said 'administrator'-ati:  Nelson aforesaid -",        '  - ���-   ,     v "1  ^'  - "And notice is also hereby given that after i��  such last mentioned date said-administrator will proceed to distribute the assets of ,  the.said deceased according, to law without -  regard ' to any claims of * which he shall 1  then.not have received notice.'        ��� S*  - Dated this 29th day of "August,* A. D 1901." ���  ��� '    ,    ^%    ��� , ELUOT  & X.ENNIE, '   +J  ^    .^,   Sol leitors. for the Administrator.'     -_%  0EETIH0ATE'OP IMPE0YEMUNTS  ^'1  i|  ?l  A'  '..  TREMONT HOUSE  821 TO 331 BAKER STREET, NELSON  . MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 25 Cents to $1  AMERICA/. AND EUROPEAN  . PLAN8  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  < <  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.'"  ~  P. 0. Box 182."  WEST BAKER STREET; NELSON,  urns & Go.  Head Offiob at >  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  s    NOTICE-CITY    "MINERAL    . CL?Aiai.-tf i  Situate in  the Nelson 1_CinIng Dlvibion of .*  West Kootenay  District.   ; .  ���  Where.located: About one mile south of 7  Nelson -  ��� Take notice that I,�� Wiliam John Goepel,   ��� r  Free Miner's Certillcate No   50,500, intend,  sixty days from the date hereof,' to applv '  to the Mlnrng Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements  for-the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And' further take notice that action un-^   >  -der-scction-3.7-_nust-bevcOmn*enced-beforo���"~  the   issuance   of   such   Certificate   of  Improvements. *  Dated this lGth day- of August, A D.  1901.  W.   J.   GOEPJSL.  CEETIFIOATE   OF. IMPEOVEMENTS.   ;  '" NOTICt'*���Nl_l,SON   .MKNUltAL   CLAIM,     '  situate  In the  Nelsdn Mining Division  of  AVest  Kootenay  District. *'  iWhere located: About one mile south of  Nelson.  Tako notice that I, John Paterson,  Free Miners Crimen tc No. 5.,7*_7. 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 tli.   aiiovo cl'tim.  And further take notice that action, undor section 37, must be commenced befoie  the issuance of such Cerliilcat** of Improvements. <.  Dated this ICth day of August A. D.  1901. JOHN   PATERSON.  OEETIPIOATE  01   IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE.���THE CHAMPION MINERAL,  claim, t situate ln tho Nelson mining division of West ��� Kootenay district.' Where  located: On Forty-nine creek 'about 200  yards from hydraulic dam. Take notice  that I, E. W.. Matthews, acting as agent  for Henry Samuel Crotty, free miner's  certificate No. b.9,970. Intend, 'sixty days  from the date hereof, to apply to1 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; the Issuance of such certificate of improvements.  T.ated this 18th day of July. A. D.. lint.  *-.i,-��*ag  i**/* y*\  .   ".-.-It. I  Hi  :i\  "SI  c4  ' -l  -3  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. % MACLEOD, Z_Iaua��er.  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer'  Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.   Imporlal Oil  Company,  Washington-Brlok, Limo & Mann-  fpoturing Company.  Qeneral commercial agents  ' *    ike  Special attention given to all kinds ol j and brokers,  repairing and custom work from outside 1    *$opal and wood Btxio1lr oaah on deUvary.  points.   Heavy  bolts..inside  to ordor "on  ebort notice.  Markets at  Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Ner  Denver,, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Oascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  ]- - .'.... ���  West Kootenay Butcliep Co.  ALL KINDS OF Y yy-.".-.'���  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  RSH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. 0 BLOOK  WABD STBEET  E, C. TRA��ESiManager  OEETIFIOATE ..; OP  IMPEOVEMENTS.  Tiger, Kitchener 'and Iiast Chance mineral claims, situate In. the Nelson mining  division of West Kootenay district. Where  located: On Morning.mountaln on the east  side of Sandy '..'creek*.'about one'. mile from  the  Kootenay river. .Take notice- that I,  R.  Smith,   free ''__]_ner'_*'-:'certificate:'- 55,762b,  acting as ��� agent for-'-A: Thorns free- miner's  certificate : 55,670b,   Henry   E.   Hammond,  free   miner's   certificate v*55;669b,-:and   An-  nandale ��>. ��� Grieve, free miner's certificate  55,66_b,  intend sixty days  from  the date  h.reof  to  apply, to ..the. mining  recorder  for a certificate of imprbvemchts; for the  purpose of obtaining a:crown srrant-of the  above claim; And further take notice that  ���action,   under  section,37,. Liust 'be* com-  .menced before the - issuance of such" cer-  .'tiflcate of improvements.       iRv;SMITH.  Dated this 25th day of July,';'A.;vp.'j.l9(n.  OEETIFIOATE r 01 IMPE0VEM.3NTS.  . NOTICE. ��� MONUMENT . * IvUNE'RAL  claim, situate In the Nelson mining.division of "Weet Kootenay district.* .Where located: At the head of Orohman' creek on  Grohman mountain. Take notice that I,  J. M. McGregor, acting as agent for Steve  Hawkins, froe miner's certificate No.  b50,435, and Xouis Strand,; free-miner's cer-  tincato No. b_7,293, 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  that action under section 37. must be com-  that action, unded section 37, must be commenced before the issuance of such -certificate of: improvements. .' . 1- fi1  THE KELSON. TRIBOTE,, TUESDAY MORNIffa, SEPTEMBER 17, 1901  m  WE HAVE PURCHASED  FROM THE ASSIGNEE OF THE ESTATE OF H. F. M'LEAN THE  PRESCRIPTIONS HELD IN THE ABOVE ESTATE.. ANY" PERSON WHO HAD PRESCRIPTIONS THERE MAY HAVE THEM  REFILLED WITH ACCURACY ON SHORTEST NOTICE BY  APPLYING AT OUR STORE.  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.  VIOTORIA   BLOOK  NELSON,   B. O.  op the Boys  CITY AND DISTRICT.  *    ^^^^^^^^^  A. Ferland will havo a special sale for  ladies tomorrow afternoon, an announcement ot which will be made tomorrow.  Tho bale will commence at 3 o'clock and  will  include nil  Mires of dry goods.  i  Judge Forin yesterday made an order con-  lirming the hale of the property of the  Granite" Mines to the Duncan Mines, Limited. This sale was made a short time ago  to satisfy a judgment of the parent company against the Granite for close upon  Jl10,000.  The opening proceedings of the Bodega  saloon last evning fulfilled all advertised  promises and gave entire satisfaction to  a large number of patrons who were there  just to see if everything mentioned on the  bill was forthcoming.  A'man named O'Haileron was brought,  to the Kootenay lake hospital on Saturday. I  He was employed on the government road  to the south of Nelson, where he received  a severe cut on the foot from an axe. His  injury will keep him ln the hospital for  several weeks. ' , ���  ��� "��_/  3*  T. X  -yv  r*V' v*  .   Having added to my stock a large  'range of Youth's Boy's and Children's  clothing,  I am now prepared to offer  to the public the best variety of these  f goods ever shown in Nelson.  Everything is new and up-to-date  and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers will do well _to  examine my stock and get prices before  purchasing elsewher.  217 "iki9Street     <JQ      A.      OILKER  it/  . -'^0-0-0'0'i��'0"?"e!'e?"���"T-0 ^- f ��� f-'��"��"��"�������'_��� 4S. *�� g*&{f-  /^���e-^^^-^^-ff'^'fr^'^^'*^^  IT PAYS TO CALL ON US "  WHEN YOU WANTANYTHING IN  to  to  to  to  \   ___���    _���>.__���_  >/*_���   *r'  'L&r -x-  WM.  kfh}\\\kt  ��� Jacob Dover, Nelson's well known jeweler, has received an order from the Nelson boys serving ln South Africa for a  number of high grade watches, the combined value of which will ��� be $500.- The  order came via San" Francisco, from B. R.  C. "VValbey, who is spending 'the winter in  California, and whose brother is In South  Africa.  thon build a ,chuto and draw tho entire  dump, through it to the jmill. Work upon  this upraise is to be started at once.  __ *  W. W. Beaton lias severed his Cf}t-rt8e-  tloh with* t'he Nelson. Miner and -Will leave  in the morning to take a position on the Seattle Times'. Mr. Beaton's place, as telegraph editor of the Miner, .'will be filled  by W. H. Jones of Rossland. Mr. Jones waa  for a number of years employed on tho  News-Advertiser" of Vancouver, but for  some time past haa-been employed in job  printing at jRossland.  R. M. Macdonald' has returned from a  trip to Toronto. He says the easterners  are very\ little better Informed 'njow of the  conditions" prevailing' in the mining districts of this province than they were Ave  years.' 'ago. Many of - the Toronto. people  were bitten by- stock 'exchange gambling)  in War Eagle stock and they are of the  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.  \ A. M. Johnson yesterday secured'an order  from judge Forin for the sale of the real estate of the defendants ln the case of Hey  vs. Bealey to satisfy a judgment for J.0O.  -The property ordered to be sold is the  Goldsmith, ranch, which the defendant J.  H Bealey and Harry Lockwood purchased  from the plaintiff Henry.Hey, but failed  to complete their payments. -.     ' <  Macdonald says he had some difficulty  in getting some of the people whom he  met to,'beHev,e'tliat{,there wa's.a single".mlne  working ln the province, and as he was not  trying to, slough off any wild cats the Incredulity *made him mad. ���  '���    '     ,'  ��Mv.|W.*  W^W: :*  WE ARE SHOWING THE FINEST STOCK "OF RATTAN  ' GOODS.EVER.SHOWNIN.THE CITY ,'-'  vK <���     ���9V^'0'_9'0'0r!S'^'^^S'TS'0TS'0'/m0^0^0'^0.0'0:^l  :'���  The great wheat crop of Manitoba is causing the C. P. R. officials to rush empty  cars thrqugh to the prairie province as rapidly as possible.- All cars that -are consigned v to Boundary points are returned  to the east by' way of the Nakusp & Slocan' brach,, and. for 'the past week two  barge loads of empties' have been sent  forward from Slocan City dally.   '  ,*J��-*   -,   ,   .   '.   hV      __~  V"     '*,      "     V -v .   .     '        ~ ,       .'    '.-      "I   I f'r   . ." -, ���    . r.'   .      ��������  ERE^RIGERATORr      HAMMOCKS  *.��""'' *'         __'._:  ir'    -.,.-      " ** "'     *' '  .�� r'- *   ,'.f '_<      ' ',    ��� '   . *    .   T     '* , ���, ���   .���  '*zr /f Now is your time to get a-bargamJ in' these   lines  as  we  ;y ;f'must dispose of them' all this month.    If you   want  one  or  '<"'bptH-of these lines the price'won't .hinder you. *}   '  A good illustration of the confidence that  eastern capitalists ��� have in'.the future of  Nelson  was   furnished   yesterday  when  a  well  known  lawyer received  confirmation  from ��� eastern   clients * for 'the ' investment  in Nelson residence property'at 7 per cent'.  This' rate * is' lower  than; that ] demanded  by, most*of the loan companies"'that are In  the business. , "���- '*  > .        '     *  ���'At the-meeting of-the-city council last  evening a move was made in the matter of  remedying the nuisance attending'the practice of Chinamen packing garbage'through  .he streets' in 'cans and other.vessels.' The  amending' 'by-lay which ���* prohibits " this  practice was put through its formal stages,  and'at'the next meeting of the-'clty1 council 'it''will be'giveu-the'Torce of a'.'milnicl-  ���laW'law.*   "���,*������'' "*'"��� ���    ���    --*"- v / ,   i'  PEESONAES.  Benjamin Tetttabct wife of Kingston are  in Nelson on* a Visit. Mr. Tett h'as extensive mining interests at Bedford Mills,  and last ,year. made a clean up- of ,-. 7  in his dealings in mica which he shipped  to the New York,, piarket. Mr. Tett is a  cousin of S. P. Shaw of the custom house  staff In this city. , -   - ���  Horace' Hume and family leave this  morning for, California. At the Hume last  evening the staff of the hotel presented  Mr. Hume with a'handsome opal*pin surmounted with diamonds, and Mrs. Hume  with a silver" mountefd silk umbrella. The  presentation on* behalf of the staff was  made by I. A. Edsota." ��� s "  Alderman Hamilton has returned from  a trip to Manitoba, and alderman Irving  .will take his place as _. globe trotter for  the'next thirty*, &a��ya;"having received the  necessary leave b| "absence 'from the city  council upon undertaking to present 'all  members of. thei council with souveriirs  from the 'Pan-American.. '. >  .< .  .<      ���-��� *   * -   . .    ,  H. BYERS & CO.  TO SPORTSMEN:  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever received  in Kootenay. Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles. Winchester Smokeless and  Savage Carbines. Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequaled  for simplicity, accuracy and effect. M  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  �� i_uB,��rTS'   E**hausters�� ��� Hand   Shaft  Pumps,  Pipe and  Fittings, Steam  Packing,   Leather and  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  ANTHRACITE  COAL  ft  . i  Fop Stoves and  Furnaces  A-T> TH����H0TELS.-  HUME���H.; W.j-Burrett, Vancouver;  J. Hutchinson, Cranbrook; Wm.'R:��Ross,  Fort Steele;: N.. B., Jackes, .Toronto; W.  'R.a Wilson', Vancouver;,,R. E. Lyons,'Ottawa; M.'YS..Logan,"Rosland; C. F. Cald-  .wejl, Kaslo;'. H. *j-_da'ms;. Kaslo;,' Jesse  Cdulter, Spoiarie; - J.. F. ' McNaught,  Spoka-ie;.L. Lorie, Paris, France; J. M.  Foley,*Tbro'nto; W.'R. Fos'click/Toronto;'  R''H/-Broder>,fR*Sssland;" W. C.^' Co'le,  Silverton.' ~"   *.;.Nf.'\r    \y ", <    i,;   ,-  Delivered or on Trac!\  in any Quantity.  V  LEAVE ORDERS  WITH  Ctas.A. Watepman & Co.  14 and 15 K. W. C. Block  ORDER   EARLY   SO   AS   TO  GET   PROMPT  DELIVERY  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  x  !       '������ *-   ���imnoi'terB and Sealers-In Sbelf and Heavy Hardware.  IF TOU WANT A PERFECT CUP OF TEA USE  EXCEtrSIOR  '    - -THE FAMOUS CEYLON  For Purity and Flavor it is JOnsurpassed  Retails- at 40, 50 and 60 cents, per pound  Packed expressly for  Wm.   Hunter   &  Co.  OONHE0TI1TG STOEES AT  t    *  ,    Silverton, Three Forks, Alamo and Phoenix  XXZSXZXXTSXXT^lTJXKXXTXHXXXXrxIIIXX-ZXXXXXXXXrrirtTTTTtntTTTITITTrt,TTTTTTrTirrTTT,rTTt^Twi l.lrrmi  SZZB  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE  No. 4, K. W. C. Block, NELSON, B. O.    ,  Gold, Silver-Lead and Copper Mines wanted at the _3zchan_re.  Free Milling Oold Properties wanted at once for -lantern Investors.  Parties having mining property for sale are requested to send samples of their ore to the  "We desire to hear from all *  clainiH id British Columbia.  K   Exchange for exhibition  ���<   - - ��....,   .-. . .  1  We desire to bear from all prospectors who have promlainK mineral  Prospectors and mining men are requested to make tho Exchange tholr headquarters when  in Nelsou.  All samples should be sent by express, Prepaid.  Correspondence solicitodi  Address all commnnications to  Telephone 104  P. O. Box 700  ANDREW F.  ROSENBERGER,  Nelson, B. C.  1 -���  .!��i-  _**ix-_*r_x__i--__-----_-r-j:__u.j_j___-_,___i-^^ uji_,______________TTT.T-T_-i_-_iTTTT**f*i  ���.������.������ ^..^^m.1*^.^�����������__m____m._.__m_m_mmm^___m__m.^mm^^^**mmmK^���*^�����gM���������      , , mm,���m,  ROSSLAND   EIVQIINBE.RI_NO   WORKS  OUNLIFPJB!  <5c MeMILLAN  Founders,  Boilepmakers  and Machinists.  OEH OARS, skips, cages, oro bin doors, chutes and general wrought iron work.    Our ore cars are  the be*!-on t_�� market    Write trs for references and full particu an.  BECOVD HANDMAL'lllNERy FOR SALE.-One 6-foot Pellon watouheel,width600feet, "8to 16"  spinal riveted pipe.  Ono 10x6x13 outside packed plunger sinking pump,   flock diIU_, stoping  fcam-.&c. &c ,  AGJBWTfl HORTHB.Y PUMPB.        STOCK CARHIED.  ��� The1 police claim ,to have located Pard  Iiowflen and *Ja'mes i Baxter in "Spokane.  Both" boys are Wanted'for their'part ,ln  the thef for some sacks from'Wesley Cal-  blch'sV'dairy,''and,bench warrantsia.re oUt  for their arrest' should they com. 'acrbss  the line agdirl.'The dther three" boys "wtift  were mixed 'up> lnvthe��same' affair" are' out  on suspended Sentence, their parents-Having given it'bond for their good, behaviour,  io-* the future.  The local Grocers' Association is to be  asked to take up the question of a wholesaler's 'freight .schedule for merchandise,  shipped out from Nelson for local' points.  The grocers will be asked to present, a  memorial* on the question of the granting  of a wholesale tariff for Nelson, and the  board of trade ln turn will present 'the  matter to the C. P. R. officials. It is said  that there is some assurance that if the  matter is taken up in this way the desired  schedule will be secured. ���    ���* *  ���Tha-pollce. court"wasrfllled-to-lhe-doors-  yesterday morning with an interested audience of 'Chinamen, who had -assembled'  to watch' the ��� legal proceedings in the  cases of a couple of Chinamen who had  boon gathered ln by the police for fighting  on the streets on Saturday. One of the offenders rejoiced in the name of Jim, while  the .e����>nij f-ad his recorded as Sing Lee.  P^P Pf the Qlllnar.en retained the services pf Jameg Q' Sftea to [)r��_ent his  side of the case to the court, and thp fltljer  hustled around at the last moment and secured the services of W. A. Macdonald.  Then it was found that the court's Interpreter had failed to put ln an appearanae  and the case was sent over till this morn-  ir_.,  A general meeting of the Nelson Boat  Cub will bo held in Fraternity Hall on'  Thursday evening for the purpose of considering matters arising out of the holding of the regatta in-Nelson next summer.  TliltTwJH require not omy the purchase of  a racing sf*_lj for the local club, but the  erection of quarters..qr {h<* visiting crews,  so that it is an order large ����iyug.| fo interest the people of the entire cfty. ^t'j^  linrtorstpod that officers of the' club qrg  dickering for the purchase of the sarnn-  ling work, building with a view to fitting-  It up as a club hoiise. with very ]it.<5'additional expenditure it fs said this building could bo made suitable for, the Qlut)  purposes and from time to time improvements could be made to It as the organization found itself in funds. The meeting'  on Thursday evening is not confined tq  members of the club, but is open to all  who are Interested cither in rowing or In  the club ltsejf.  ng   r   _. .   l-Q.  woodi'f.A*. D: r'Mars, Spokane; F. Mour-  irues"1 and' -wife',"Lemon 'Creek;*'G. - H.  Aylar_.'-and"i*wife,MfNe-w Denver; Henry  ^oy.'Rbssla-id.V ����� ' l'-' ir��< *   :y ��� '  ~^Gl_Xf.D*;CENTRAL���Miss''%" 'Peter-  'son,-', Winnipeg;- O/.'BY A.fen-aru.* I.',' S.  'Stafford;-* Rambler miner B. (Jl Hisley,  MdyiepTheo. B. Willis,, Toronto;, H. P.  ,Porfest{i Vancouver-; John. -B.  Winla-flr;  S_o_an-' river  mills;   !C_-a_t.< .O.V-Ai__er,  Stocan? -   >   :   ' -"'���    ''���'". ���I-1 / ': -". '���' Zl j  '-VQUEENS^B.  M. ,Swinger.*'Brier J.  Bowes^SIlvertonjjB.'ev. J..K, Robertadn.  \ MADDEN���H. U .',Shaver, Slocan; P.  O. .Ivfatheas, Silver, King*.     ',-,���'        "'  ," NELSON ��� Ed. .��Patterson,   Sandon;  Prank Benson, Sandon.    - ���    ���  GfANONG'S CHOCOLATES -  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES. .   ,.   .*...''  GANONG'S .CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES .  -.    '  GANONG'S'CHOCOLATES' ������ ;" ' ',  ... GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  1.     '        GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  �� .. ....GANONG.'SB'ANCY CANDI__S  J _ *.. .GANONG'S.'FANCY.CANDIES  / GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  ,;     THEY ARE THE" BEST,    i;  You' can get them' at1    '       ���'    ���  ���I McDonalds  Baker Street...,  .__-_____-',.     -   *  BUT A GENUINE  RETIRING SALE  AND WHAT IT MEANS TO YOU  - Men's Worsted, Serge and Tweed Suits that formerly  sold for $15 and $12, now $10 and $7. We also" have them  as low as $5 a Suit.  50, Men's   Overcoats  in Melton's,   Beaver's and   Frieze,  from $5 ,up.    Excellent value at double, the price.  1    "ioo   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 to $5.  Men's Heavy Woolen Sox, six pair for $r.     .  Our Blue Flannel Shirts, worth $1.75 for $_, is a winner.  y .     Fine Canadian Grey, Underwear, reduced from $1 to 60c.  /    See thecuts in Boots and Shoes, they will'surprise you.  Men's Hats, all: shapes, cdors, and .sizes, below'cost.' ���>  a c  ]-�����  H: Yft; PLAYFORD&Cfr|  MADDEN  BLOCK  . NELSON.  Spectacles  or Eyeglasses  j*****************'*******}  .  .mi - - ~*  91?  91  9  9  m  *�����  I  I TOBACCO  ^��  9  9  9  9-' ,  *     '  $ F.O. Box637.  AND  MERCHANTS..  9  9  ��.  9  9t  9-  -  ���, , Hi  CIGAR I  '    ���      m -   Hi  Hi  Hi  9  '   9  9  ��� ��� 2  Telephone 117. S  ��� ��   '      ��  BAKER'STREET,  NELSON  We can show you a fine  assortment of styles, in  spectacle ware of different  quality and'price. Every  pair fitted free ot charge  and guaranteed.  ************************��  BEAL ESTATE"  _AND_  BROWN BROS  Opticians aiid Jewelers.  BAKER STREET  NELSON  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNEROF ' - ���"  HENDRYX AND VJEBNON BTKBHTB *  *fto&tn*>:-VU*{'-r' ^'-aji i\~v.rJ^n���ftftr^v^.,   ���  ���., *   ^.w.^.'.V*'-"'  "~:T.��a.TTX _  ~X*T*r'/^*T.,'��-.'?.:.-;V.H.,MVit;^4ftl.*sW**Jhr.T)VfrV^^'^^*.***  P. J Nicols of the Fern mine is In-Nelson. He now has somo 35 men at -work at  trie Fern sorting ore and getting tho .topes  ln shapo for mining. This week ho will  transfer the greater number of tho mon  from the dumps Into the mine. The mill haa  been running steadily and has been using up on an average 25 tons of ore por  . day. The dumps, however, are becoming  rather lean and ln the course of a few days  it will be necessary to stope ln order to  keep the mill going. There is one dump  Vhlcl). has.-not. yet, been geme.. over. This,  It Iu'e^tlpifitaa,. -wjjr yie|dfrpm 200 -to 300  to..��'ofl_i��h'g.ad^"or��  for convenient liariiilirig.* It Hen r(j$irt.4_r.*a^a'  one of the veins that have b_;en pp'eued up  aiid before attemp.tln^r ��� to work It Mr.  Nicols sajra he will make a, short uprated  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lurqber Always In  Stoc\.  We carry a complete "stock of  Ooast Flooring, Ceiling, Int-iide Fin-  i-_-,-Turned Work, 8aah _vud. Doors.  "YSpei-iar dr'4er. ..wor^'"^Tl'.'mselYe  prompt attentiotf ������',   '?"'* '-^^-'���:���'���'7  INSMlE BBOKERS  Agents for r Trout Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J.-Taylor safes.  These safes can "be bought from us on  two year's time without interest  Ward Bros.  - .*333 West Baker Street, Nelson.  FOR SALE  5000 Treasury Shares in the Similkameen Valley Coal Company, Limited.  60,000 Treasury Shares in the Royston Gold Mines,'Limited.  Choice lots in Bogustown.  -properties in all,parts of the Olty.  Apply to    *.     '.  REGINALD J.-STEEL  BAKBIt STRKKT  ,i-.*a*\-v>* <(7fftca*f,+j^'*J'��t'  ��'-���>,*trf i��*c*"r*^.->  .*-.���". JTVr-**: ...-4-rS^-M-iV t*.' 1-*- "i  THE NEiSON LIBERAL^ ASSOCIATION  NOTICE OF MEETHre.'  The annual meeting of the Nelson Liberal Association will be held at the Board  of -Trade Rooms on . Thursday, ,the 19th  Instant, at 8 o'clock p. itr. Every member  Of the association Is requested to be in  attendance.  GEORGE C'TUNSTAIili, Jr.,Secretary.  September 16th, .1901.  thoelson boat (m%  i .w.-������_______.  NOTIOE OF MEETING-. 'J'  A general meeting of tho Nelson B<_&.  Club will be ho 1. in Fraternity H��W ai. &:-^  p. m,, on Thursday, IQtU Iw^wt. ]^o, printed  notices will b*. cly^^A^ .ut ^t is rf-que?,-  ted ttuM; -jkU \hop$ in an^ way interested.  V-V ?^W\i-S- 'W^ .h.6 Welfare of the, cl.ub. XV.VX  . ^gard-.this.: as ;sufficient ���^p.ti"c.el.Y8in^-,.a1t-  t--��-l"Tsi. eclal' mayje'r^Vqf ' li*_Pwi._as . W<_  -'9.n fliVe.'fo_r ���aiscu8siqi*rf-4h<j\^Xng. tlie pujr-.  qha.se. <ft- ^ rowJjvg sii^e^ audi thp ereQtloA  or. puTfiljgse. <jf a^ t3rtb bouse.  ;'" *",   '. .��� Jj:;TP_ ^QRI. J|ecisti9i2i. ' *>  ���;*.'-J-rDteinber, .ffib. ���. 390L  g IIIII fljf  ���������' AtJCTIO-j. SA-UES *���-  >    * v t  ji i  Dry Goods Gent's Furnishings, Boots, Shoes,. Hats'and  Caps. In order that I may sell off the* balance of my  stock rapidly, I have engaged with  CHARGES A. WATERMAN & [00., Auctioneers  to sell by'auction every evening at ,8 o'clock the balance  _of_my_stock.^Oome-and-get-goods-at-your-own-pricesras-  everything must be sold.   Private sale at greatly reduced  prices during day.  A. FERLAND  (fr4A*~4AAt^  071/ e_vr\_0 &tsW*d*  4f  A/ /H4J%~*0*'rfc p^U^.  *.��.  HONDI TEA  J; 1 IBVIN& k CO.  The best in the market, In 1-2  pound and 1-pound-packages.  Telephone 161.  Ob a Pound  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS,* Houston Block, Baker Street.  TELEPHONE 39,  O. BOX 527.  Nelson  ,i X_I3VCia7E3_7.  CHARLES HILLYER, President, HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Have just lecclved S.-CO.OOO fee. o_ logy from Idaho, and wo are prepared to out the largest billr. *  of Umber of any dimensions or lengths.  Estimate, given at any time.   Tho lmgest stook of 6n.8_.r  doors, and mouldings in Kootenay.  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  .     .OFFICE ANB YARDS:   CORNER HALL -AND .FRONT 8TI-J.ET8.  TB�� BiJi^BBR'S'.IJB^AKTMBNT OV  THE TfilBUNE ASSOCIATION, LIMIT��D,  BURSTS HLOOB_.HBl.SOH.  ���77\r>_U  BOOK BWOrKO  SPECIAL RULED BIANK BOOKS  l spkmL ruud forms


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