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 |!^1*1|PP1I^  fc'  ESTABLISHED   1892  -SATURDAY  MORNING,  SEPTEMBER  21,,1901  ORE BINS TO BE ENLARGED  September Ore Shipments.  UHi_i_N WOOD, September 20.���[Special to The Tribune. 1���In addition to putting in another lurnace, winch was ordered from   the   AllisiChalmers   Company two months ago, the British Col-  >    umbia Copper Company Is increasing tho  ere storage capacity of its smelter at  Greenwood.    The upper ore bins from  , which the ore is trammed to the sampling mill will hold about 3000 tons.   The  lower bins placed between the sampling  mill and the furnace have   a   holding  capacity of about 6000 tons.   These latter are tc be added to, and their capacity  to be increased to 11,000 tons.   The total  storage room of the smelter including  the bins in the sampling mill will upon  completion ot the new bins be about 15,-  000 tons.   The lower  bins  are  already  . looted in and similar protection is to bo  provided for the   upper  bins  and   the  tramway   connecting   them   with   the  sampling mill.   The roofmg will be ot  corrugated   iron;   probably   galvanized  iron.   A third railway track will be run  in over the lower  or.   uins.    The  im-  piovements aie to be hurried on so as to  have them completed before snow flies.  Some 400,000 feet of lumber*will be le-  ���quired tor these additions, and orders  have been placed with the Yale-Columbia Lumber Company of Greenwood and  Lequime & Powers,of Midway to each  ���supply one car of lumber daily until the  bill is completed. -.Paul Johnson, maua-  ���ger of tho smelting works, states that  the daily run, with the single iurnace  now m operation is nearly 400 tons, and  he e .pe'ets that when the  second  furnace shall have been blown in he will  be able to   put   through 'nearly   eight"  hundred tons ot ore, daily.    ,  The tonnage of ore shipped by the  ���i__nes of Boundary district during September _to the 18th instant so lar as ascertained from tho names is as under:'  Old Ironside's Group 11,413  Mother Lode .:.'.. 7  4,410  B. C. ...:.........'..< ���    ,870  Snowshoe    /..'.._     250  Winnipeg ..-..._ :...    yA)  -No. 7 .'...f ','   5 _2P  -__mg Soloman   .-:     _��� ���  margins. Oro going 40 ounces silver  will now givo good returns, and it is  not unreasonable to expect that even  better smelter rates will be secured as  tho demand for dry ores grows. This is  one effect of homo smelting, and when  all the lead-ore mined in the district is  smelted in th province the improvement  will be even more marked.  Provincial   constable   Forrester   last  evening  brough  in 'old  Joseph  Vogel,  who has been adjudged insane by police  magistrate  Boultbee   of  Rossland   and  ecruued   insane   by   doctors   CampLell  and Reddick. Vogel is one of the-best  known prospectors in the district. He  has, been in'"VVest Kootenay for the past  ton years and has prospected through  the   Ainsworth,    Nelson,    Slocan   and  Boundary camps in turn. He was reputed  to be very well fixed as the result of  sales v. hich he made and in addition-has  extensive mineral claim holdings. Among  ,his papers was a tax notice for, a lot  in Rossland, which is assessed at $5000.  Vogel is a German and is 50 years old.  He has already served a term in the insane asylum at Medical Lake and will  now be taken to^New Westminster.  CZAR NICHOLAS IN PARIS  HE   KEEPS   PRESIDENT   LOUBET  MARKING TIME.  Long Conferences Were Held With the  French Ministers'" Prom Which  ���    >   Great Things" Are Expected.  Canadians Granted Honorary Rank.-  LONDON, September 20.���The .Gazette this evening announces that on the  disbandrqent of lord Strathcona's Canadian corps, twenty-nine officers have  been granted honorary rank m the British army, corresponding with their present lank The list commences with the  name of lieutenant-colonel- Steele, the  commander of Strathcona's horse in  South Africa, who becomes an honorary   lieutenant-colonel   in   the  regular  arm y.  KADISH   AND   MACDONALD  Total '...17,3(53   ^__ ���%__  The Situation at Rossland.     . .  ROSSLAND,  September 20.���[Special  to The Tribune.]���Tliere have been seme  well-defined lumors current today concerning offers 'mnde-by the''managemont  of the Northport smelter tb the old em-  -ployees.   Here'in Rossland it is said tonight that'Henry Bratnober had sounded  ,   the union executive and expressed a de-  sne that the men would return to w.ik  on the old scale., and that on Freehe-  Tille's  arrival   here   _ome   compromise  i-dght be ai ranged. The men would not  co nsider the proposal seiiously.   Frech-  cv.-'lo is said to havo  arrived   int New  York  and will come west at once.   T-ie  r-mon  desire to place their case before  the dir-.^cfew who has been appointed to  inquire n'to all matters at the mine, aud  who is qu tUfted to take action, but if  they meet w ira a final refusal the strike  ' will be contm ned.   It is more than prob-  aDle that a  si-revs ' of  conferences  will  take place on _>e_hevilIo's arrival nc <t  week, the final u vsli&t of which remains  to be seen.   Next .w-fc.1. premises to sec  several important   developments in the  strike situation, son* e of which are well  _. on _ then* way as thl3__we_ek clones  \) Messrs. Staples and St afford, a London  jj, city man and an Australian, have been  |. elected to the vacant directorships on  the Le Roi board.    It is expected that  their appointments will be confirmed at  the Le Roi annual meeting to be held  this or next month.   Gibson, one of the  |.; scab employees at the Josie, was badly  hurt about the head and arms in the  mine last night.  Said to1 Be Weakening.  NORTHPORT, Washington, September 20.���Judge Hanford of the United  States .district-court has appointed a  referee, who will arrive here from Spokane today for the purpose of taking  evidence on which to decide whether the  federal court's* injunction against the  Smel term en's Union 'and the Western  Federation of Miners shall be dissolved*  or made permanent.  Manager Kadish of, the smelter has  made a written proposition, over his  own signature, asking the striking  smeltermen to return to work, and'guaranteeing that they would riot b'e dis-'  eliminated against .on account'of union  aiiiliations m,the past or future.  * , It. is,not considered that'the'men can  .accept the terms, k as."th.y-.-afel .pledged  to the support ot the Rossland"*-Miners'  Union, which is not included in the .proposed settlement.  It is not unlikely that the management, having so far receded fiom their  position as to permit a union among  their smelter employees, will go yet another step and sign the wage scale  asked by the Rossland miners.        ���  Christian Scientists Committed.  TORONTO,   'September   20. ��� Jamc.  |; Lewis, a street car conductor, was committed for trial today  for  causing  tho  ���death of his son Roy from  dlptheria.  YLewis is a Christian;Scientist and ns-  ���glected to call a physician.   Crown,, at-,.  1 itornoy  Currie  denounced :* Mrs/Eddy's*  ' Ib-ook as the most damnable blasphemy  he ever heard of-or-read. ���*, ��::  ViUTuruA, tjoptembei* - 2U. ��� i_ugene,  Brooks, .the"-Zionite. elder,, and John  'Rogers, one of.J*j_. followers,-were cpm-  I mitted for trial today on two charges of  |manslaughter,*,two ef Rogers' cliiidren  Ihaving died of'diptheria, alleged, for the  brant of medical, treatment.    .        ';''-.��� ���'.- ���"-���  Grain Crops of Russia.  ST. PETERSBURG, ^ September 20.���  The Journal  of Commerce and   Industry today senn-officially repoits the following regarding the   grain   crops   of  Europe and Russia:   "The winter grain  is quite satisfactory in the southwest,  where there was sufficient rain in the  summer.   In   the   North   Caucasus   region and a portion of the western provinces it is about the average.   It is not"--  quite satisfactory in the southeast, that  isrbeyond^ho-Volga-and^__u*"t__SYAzbT  sea.   It is said to be very bad in Volga  valley and the provinces adjoining the  Volga valley, Russian Poland, and many  districts of the Baltic provinces.   In the  other provinces it   is   about  as   usual  with local estimates.   The summer grain  is everywhere poorer than the winter  grain,    it is better in southwest than  elsewhere, the entire harvests there being above average.   It is unsatisfactory  and for the most part bad in the Ural  piovinces and the Volga valley.' It is  unsatisfactory in the Don valley, but bad  in the west and in portions of the Baltic iu*ovinces." . ,  COMPEIGNE, France, September 20.���  Emperor   Nicholas   exercised-, the  prerogative of an-autocrat andBkept presl-,  dent Loubet" and other occupants of the  Chateau Compeigne  marking time the  whole morning until he had signified his  desires.  It was fully expected that he  would   di-ive  to  Pierrefonds  and  visit  the castle and afterwards that he would  go shooting in the 'great park attached  to   Chateau   Compeignp." All   arrangements had been made, and'500 pheasants  .were brought specially iast evening and  let loose in the covers. But he did nothing of tae kind.* His majesty remained  m his apartments after bieakfast quietly-until   10  o'clock,   when  he  took  a  short  promenade  in   the, gardens,  at-  "tired in a dark lounge suit and top boots,  "with the czarina, clad in her invariable  half mourning, and followed by a hounjl.  The empress carried'.hei   camera with  which she took a number of views. After  returning to the chateau, the emperor  had a long interview' with M. Waldeck  Rosseau, the French premier. It lasted  at  least two hours.  Count Lamsdorff,  the Russian foreign1* minister, also conferred   with   M.' Delcasse, 'the  French-  minister  of  foreign  affairs.   Naturally  what took place has .not been -divulged,  butlit is whispere'd'that the principal  subject ,of the ���two' interviews- was *the.  commeicial   relations   between   France  and Russia. - i  After giving it to.be understood that  he would arrive at'Pierrefohds,' the 'czaf  left-the chateau with'the czarina Jn a'  Victoria at 3 o'clock,' with no1"escort except a few detectives on bicycles whok  kept   m  the 'background,   thus   giving  him the illusion of a private drive and  the life of an, ordinary mortal. Measures  -wore taken within the park,' however,  !,tlurt absolutelyv precluded .the .chances  of any dangei. The emperor wore, the  undress  uniform -of .the Prevbrajenski  ,regiment; He* changed 'his -ioute��quite'  -'unexpectedly, and*instead of proceeding  to "-PlerrefSnds "tookTa -short- drive-'to- the  village of 'Beaumonts, returning 'to the  ���Chateau Compeigne at 5 o'clock.  The  crowning, feature  of the  day's  events was.the gala appearance-in-the  Chateau theatre which followed a banquet in the familiar hall of the Columns.  At the close of the entei tainment about  11 of the-leading actors and actresses  were presented to the emperor who congratulated  them  upon-the  manner' m  which they 'had played their roles. The  czar  and  czarina  took  theii   leave  of  president and Mme. Loubet and retired  to  their  apartments after the- conclusion of the performance, as all must rise  early tomoirow to leave by the 8 o'clock  train for the review at Bethany.-"The review  will  be followed  by a 'luncheon  at   which   the  political   compacts   for  which  all France is eagerly awaiting,  will  be pronounced. The Russian sovereigns will then take the train for their  _��iureKto__Russia._, ~  Pillsbury, and Steve Crosby of Louisville, was stopped by the police in tho  .twelfth round. The reEeree awarded the  decision to Gans.  LONDON, September 20.���Londoners  wero made glad yesteiday by tho receipt  of news from major Maude that the  duke and duchess of Cornwall and York  will arrive at London on October 12th,  and remain for-one hour.  ' '-MONTREAL, 'September 20. ���The  Montreal Street Railway Company carried at least_half a million people on its  electric cars yesterday and .Thursday,  due to- the visit, of their royal highnesses, the* duke and duchess of Cornwall and York.  ,/DETRIOT, September 20.���Four! men'  were-killed in a Peie Marquette freight'  wreck yesterday, a small village'about"  twelve miles west of here. The names  of two.have, been learned. They are-J.  ,W.* Sweeney of.Chicago,1 and Gus Leo  THE  DUKE AND  DUCHESS I -^M^��a_LtaB�� ta tt�� ����*��.  3 Tomorrow the duke will unveil Victoria monument, presented by the Canadians who served In South Africa, and'  will-attend luncheon at Rideau Hall.  Later In the afternoon thero will be a  garden party at Rideau Hall. The Canadians upon whom the honor of knighthood was conferred earlier in the week  will go to Rideau' Hall tomorrow for  investiture. The ceremony will be prl-  WEEE EOYALLY WELCOMED  BY  THE PEOPLE OF OTTAWA.  . DAILY EDITION  ________________________________________________________________ *->  NEW DISTRICT DISCOVERED  / .1  They Witness a Snappy, Glean. Game  ^ * of Lacrosse, and Were Much  -   .      Taken,With It.  LEDGE CABBIES $40 IN GOLD Off/if*:  ' the,subface. ' , ,\L'V*;f  -The duke  pard of West Bay City, Michigan  HONGKONG, September 20.���Viceroy  Tao Mu of the province of Kwang Tung  and Twang Si, and viceroy Liu Kun Li  of the province of Kiang Su; have, forwarded their resignations to Sian, Fu  accompanied, by, a protest against the  usurpation of power by the anti-fo"reign  conservatives, i ,. \y, .  BUFFALO^ September^.���F. H. Freeborn, 35 years j old, auuitor of the Buffalo & Susquehanna -railroad, shot himself this evening^ dying two hours later  in' the , emergency ' hospital.  Freeborn's  accounts are said to be in good shape  and his healths was good. His friends  cannot ^ account jfor his. suicide.   .     y  ** NEW'YORK,' September'20.���It is announced * that W.-. Butler Duncan,  Jr.  will sail on Shamrock II during the cup  races as the representative of the New  York Yacht' Club.  The selection of a  representative of-the Irish Club has not*  been officially 'announced, but It is believed, that,Robert Ure will be on board  the, Columbia.  ,' ,7 i    "    ' "<* < >  SPRINGFIELD^' -^Massachusetts,*. 'September 20:���^ special from Warren says*  30'.men ?were'killed and 21 injured" in-  ,a collision on the' Boston & Albany this  --noon-between* a1* switching freight'and  -a gravel .train. All,the killed'_and .injured were gravel-'tram-employees, who  were,.in, a -caboose at''dinner when the  collision occurred. "   * ."' .  ^.LONDON,.September 20���Lord Kitch-'  ener asserts that "the Boers' have captured- a i company 'of ��� mounted infantry  and, two guns at Viaklontem. One oin-  cer* was^ killed. ,The Boers, in superior  force.K surrounded-^/ the ' British. Lord  Kitchener, is making a strict investigation and has sent1 columns of troops in  Dursuit ,ot the BoerS:1 >   *.  ^CANTON. 'September  20.���Mr^ ,Mc-  *Kinley's  condition "was  favorable this  .)?n9?S��ins. nioie so than'at any time since  her return,'and last-nighTshe had* cbn-  ���.siderable rest.  About noonUoday she  went 'to the cemetery and spent" some  time at the vault in- which the casket  of Tier husband -lies. ��� She -bore the trip  bravely.    * -'    - ��    -"  -     '"������"���  WINCHESTER,' England,' September  20.���In the presence of a vast concouise  of .Anglo-Saxon' delegaces and ofiJcials,  lord Rosebery today unveiled-the great  statue of king Alfred. During the' course  of his eulogy of the"Saxon king the former premier said: "King Alfred wrought  immortal woi k for us and our sister, nation over the sea, which in supreme  moments of' stress andv sorrow is irresistibly joined to us across the centuries."  CITY LOCAL NEWS.  The Nelson Rugby team will practic-3  livery I .evening, next: week ' f or their  lnateh.*-;'-ii.it'h'.,:',th- yCrahbrook team at  l/raiibrbok.Y YY'Y-'Y .���'���.���*.��� YYYyY -7 ",;��� 'Y'Y'Yy'Y YY*  W. J. Magher/the N. fi; F.. S, railway  Iigent at Waneta,' who is .charged with  lhe theft of ?S8. ;from.the,Great North-  Irn Railway. Company, will/come before  judge.'*: Forin for' election; 'on Monday.  Jt is understood that Magner will elect  (peedy trial.    . ':,,        ������'"'��� .-.-Y'"''.'.',-'-   '���' Y  William HunteiYpf Silverton, is in Nel-  lonYon" business in'.connection with his  local .hierchantile'; house. He says the  like .section, of the Slocan is commeri.-  Jig toYmbve along again/and the out--  |.ok is very bright. The demand of the.  Deal smelters for dry ore is beginning  l* haveits effect upon this section and  fee indications are that the big dry ore  |i*_i which extends from  New Denver  iJiJms foot of the lake will receive con-  federA-bJe attention this winter. This belt  J*a8. ..aliiwst- lost sight of until the re-  |uii*.m_.i*_ .' of the local smelters .for dry  Ire directe.ii attention to, it. So. cpm-  liqtely have-the conditions been changed  liat ore which a few years ago it would  jot -pay to handle will now -pay safe  ���Lord Derby's Easy Victory.     Y  Z, READVILLE, Massachusetts, September 20.���Over 6000 people saw fiord Derby defeat Boarlma .'without apparent effort this afternoon, In .straight   heats.  The Lawson horse:seemed' to   be outclassed and utterly, unable to hold Lord  Derby on the home stretch,'and-in, the'  last two heats Geers eased the Hamlin  horse up.    in addition   to the   special  race no less than 17 heats were trotted  ���during the afternoon.'- The track was  dry :and ..fast -but. the   weather   was  cheerless an'd the last was-run off ia a;  'light rain; which has increased tonight  to a downpour and may possibly pre.ent  the big ��20J)00 race tomorrpv/-, between  the champion O-esceus and The Abbott.  English Team at Philadelphia; 'X  PHILADELPHIA, September 20.���The  firsty*.f the' series of'cricket matches be-'  tweon   captain    Rosanquet's   'English  I cricket eleven, and teams representing  I Philadelphia   was   begjm   today.     The  | Philadelphia team   jn Jts   matph   consists of'18  young players,   while   the  Englishmen are playing 11 men,   When  stumps were drawn   for   the   day . the  Philadelphia'.**,colts had scored 173.runs  for tliejr first innings, and   the . Eng-  ; .ishrnen hai-} made 5 runs without losing a -wicket.   :���'.*������  The Marquand Assignment..  NEW YORK, September ap.r^S-ahetJ-  ules of Henry Marquand .&,.Co., s.toc]j  ���tfrokers, 16 Broadway,Y who assigned*  .some timo ago, were Jilfid .today in the  supreme court. They sh'-pw.*Yjfabilities  of ?_,__8,676 and nominal assets pf |g-  032,230. THe actual assets are $5,029,_3S;  WIRED NEWS BOILED DOWN  Into Short Para/jraphs.  UTICA, September 20.���A very severe  frost was experienced throughout central and northern New York last night.  QUEBEC, September 20���H.M.S. Ophir  leaves for Halifax in the morning at 7  o'clock. Diadem and Niobe follow at  11 a. m.  TORONTO, September 20.���Thomas  Williams, president of the Arm of T.  Williams & Co., died suddenly this  morning-V ;  . BRANTFORD,'Ontario, September 20.  ���The Trades and.Labor .Congress today' endorsed the ' letter carrier's petition :for an increase of pay. ;    YY ��� .   '  ST.;.CATHARINES, September *20.���  Thomas McMillan and Miss Thomas,  two of the victims of the trolley car  collision, on Wednesday afternoon, died  ofytheir injuries yesterday. v  castle Sofiero, cheered by the populace;  : THE   HAGUE, - September   20.���The  : budget for 1902 shows an expenditure  : of 165,000,000 guilders, a deficit of 113,-  000,000;guilders;  *'        *; ":7x::.  TORONTO,. September������; 20.���Later ad-  : vices, from Buffalo, show* that Ontario  ; fruitgrowers have captured nearly all  the silver medals offered at the Pah-'.  American exhibition. '* "  . TORONTO,. September 20.���Professor  Goldwin Smith and Mrs ;Smith,' have do-';  nafced $10,000 to the library' of Toronto  university as: a; tribute to: the memory  of Alfred the Great.  NEWY YORK,   'September   20.��� .The-:  grand jury of -King county,- now-inisesr'  sion in .Brooklyn, adoyced a resolution  today recommending'that stringent action be taken at onpe to stainpYout'Anarchy. -������ 'Z ;������-'������       " ���'.".:   Y '    '.   '  DANTZICv September 20.���Bmperor  William has conferred the grajid "grqss  of the order of Black Eagle upon prince  Chun, head of the Chinese mission 0f  expiation for the murder of baron Von  Ketteler. y  BROCKVILLE, Ontario, September 20.  ���The town council has,decided to send  a deputation of six to Ottawa to present an address from the town of Brockville to the duke ah*4 duchess of Cornwall andYYoir__ 7 Z \\  Y ' ;       ,       y  BALTIMORE, September '* 2_^T.__'  $SM here tonight*J>etw_en JooGans of  No Hearsay Testimony Goes.  WASHINGTON, September 20.���The  Schley court of inquiry reconvened to-  day_and "Before adjournment examined  four witnesses. The most important incident of the day was the decision of the  Icouit withdrawing a question,  put by  the court itself, asking a witness to give  his opinion concerning a point in controversy. The witness was rear admiral  Higginson, who participated in the Santiago campaign as captain of the battleship Massachusetts. This vessel at the  time was a part of the flying squadron  commanded by admiral Schley, and the  court asked  him  to state whether all  possible  measures were taken.to capture or destroy the Spanish, vessel Crls-  tobol Colon as she lay in Santiago harbor from May 27th to June 1st; 1899.  :: Counsel for admiral Schley objected to  the question, on the &round that a reply would involve an opinion and not  a statement'of fact  Judge-advocate Lemley admitted that  the precedents  were;1 against questions  of, this character, and the court withdrew the Interrogation;   ���������xxi-.'-x X:  :'; It., is generally, admitted that- this de-'  oision will have :the effect of'materially*  "shortening  the  term  of the  court,  as  :will also the,court's manifest intention  to cut-'put irrelevant'questions andall  j heresy testimony. In several- cases the  'witnesses   were   admonished; to  relate  ; only events coming within .their; own observation; Admiral' Dewey showed himself a prompt and methodical.presiding  .officer.- The Ywitnesses today" were rear  admiral Higginson, who commanded the  battleship' Massachusetts    during   the  Spanish war; captain Chester,'who commanded the cruiser Cincinnati; jfcajor  Wood of the-marine .-.corps, who commanded, the. marines oh 'the .Massachusetts;   arid  commander   CY'B.   Harper,  who-was executive officer of; the Texas,'  the latter being on the stand when the  court adjourned.  Another Ne^o Hanged.  Y ASHVILLE, Alabama, September 20.--:  Tim; Brown, the negro rapist, was  hanged In tlie jail ya,rd this afternoon,  The hanging was, conducted by the deputy sheriffs and colonel Higdon of the  Fourth' regiment qf state militia, as  sheriff North is,under arrest on a charge  of-murder for his part in the jail riot  a month ago, when ho prevented the  lynching of Brown. Brown'repudiated  a forged confession.  OTTAWA,  September  20,  and  duchess of Cornwall -reached the  capital  today. and   there; was' another'  great outspanning of people to give them  a greeting of loyalty and warmth. They  left Montreal in their special train at  9 o'clock in the morning, and their departure was marked by demonstrations*  of popular regard. They left from .Windsor Street station, and .half an "hour before they arrived at the depot, the lines,  *of  troops   and  police  alone  kept  the  streets in that section open to traffic. A  troop of Hussars, who surrounded. ther  briskly driven carriage on their" depart--  ure from the home of lord Strathcona,"'  ~starte'd a cheer that, which'growing in  volume, extended to'the,depot. The rail-'  road .track was tlined." with-people far  beyond the suburbs of Montreal,' and  ���down 'through the province of Quebec  and into the province-of Ontario the  people gathered at the way stations and  crossings to catch a glimpse of the royal  ' couple as they speeded past. *  The train pulled up at the town of  Alexandria long enough for the ofllcials  to(>.express  a  few  words- of, welcome.  "The duke'and duchess'appeared on" the  ''Pla.form-for a moment^ andvthe former  5 acknowledged   the  kindly   expressions.  ,The" royal   special  reached 'Ottawa* ar  ,12:05, and the duke attired in his,favor-  !ite< uniform "of admiral" of -the British  navy,'alighted-at once accompanied'by  the  duchess and,the members  of his  'staff.-They were formally received by  lord Minto, and escorted to a state'ear-  riage.A guard of honor fiom the' Forty-  Third i. regiment was 'drawn up  across  the*approach to'the depot andean escort  from the. Royal .Canadian dragoons-was  in, waiting. The, dragoons reined their  horses , about,, the, carriage   and' the,  duke and duchess, .were driven to Par-,  liament'Hill. The streets through which  'they'moved were splendidly-decorated  ���and thousands'of pople were banked behind the police^ and sentry lines. It was  in  Parliament^ Square,  formed  by the  classic group of {government buildings  -that the -formal ceremony of greeting  the heir appaient took place and here  was gathered the largest crowd of all.  The royal pair were cheered as they  entered the square and were shown to  a flag-covered standi Here were gathered  premier Laurier and his cabinet, mayor  Morris and the city aldermen, the supreme court justices, the bishops of the  Roman Catholic and Anglican churches,  and representatives of a score of municipalities and organizations. The duke  was attended by viscount Crichton, lord  Roxborough,  lord Wenloqk, prince Alexander of Teck, and his' military and  naval aides in brilliant uniforms, and  the scenes in Parliament Square as they  advanced up the carpeted ,walk to the  reception-stand-was-most-picturesque.  The  several   addresses  were  presented  at once, and the duke made an extended  reply, expressing his appreciation of the  honor shown him.  Among the addresses presented was  one by Dr. Robert Upham, president of  the Canadian Club of Boston. In part  it is:   "In  the state of Massachusetts  there  are nearly  three hundied  thousand residents of Canadian birth, and  the Canadian Club of Boston, voicing  the sentiments of this vast number, extend to you a sincere and hearty greeting. We, the Canadian residents in the  great republic,  in particular desire to  establish in your mind'the fact that we  have   not  forgotten   our  love  for   the  reigning  family  of  England,   that  we  have not lapsed In our affections for our  nativo land, and we join with all Canada in extending to you and her royal  highness the duchess of Cornwall and  York-on   this   visit   to   the  American  shores a hearty, generous welcome, and  that we wish you a long, happy, and  prosperous  life,   crowned  with  success  and filled .with the highest measure of  contentment."/,  '.*.,    *  At the y close of the address of the  duke, three thousand school children  raised their young voices to the strains  of "God Save the King." The party then  left the stand, the duchess being shown  to her carriage by premier Laurier, the  duke escorting lady Laurier. The royal  couple at orice Idrove to Rideau Hall,  the official residence of the governor-  gerieral, where they are to live during  the four days they remain in Ottawa.  As they rode, through ��� tbe flag-hung  streets crowds surrounded the "carriage  and offered new tributes of cheers.   '  In the afternoon the duke and duchess  attended a: lacrosse game between the  Capitals of Ottawa'and the Cornwall  team. The duke placed the ball between  the sticks of the center fielders, faced  it, and after the Capitals had won, presented -ithem with a'cup given by lord  Minto. It was a brisk, snappy exhibition of the national game,, and so pleased  the royal couple that when it was over  they came down out of the stand and  congratulated the players. The duke was  given a lacrosse stick, and he asked for  ,tho ball with which the gamei was  played.  Tonight at Rideau Hall there was a  state dinner and all .the notables who  gathered here were bidden to attend.  The. parliament buildings were outlined  in light, and every large structure In the  city -yas brilliantly iUaml  (  Seasons Why the Strike Failed.  ,PITTSBURG,   September   20.���With  few exceptions, work was resumed in'a  measure at the combined steel mills to-*  day, and if the disgruntled tin-workers  can be'conciliated, by next Monday, all  the plants, will'-be^ in   full   operation.?  Preparations were made today, for the  starting on Monday of the; Newcastle  mills of the National Steel .Company'  which employ 20,000 men, as well as the"  Wood-Sheets plant at McKeesport, em-  Ploying 1000 men.   Among the tin-workers   the  feeling   against   returning'to  work, unless the union shall have been  -recognized, is  still   strong; tbut influences are at work which, it is hoped will  induce the strikers lo reconsider their  heated, determination before any   rash  move shall have been made. -The Amalgamated Journal,'* commenting upon the  Nevfr Tork settlement,.says: "The causes'  tnat led up to this unsatisfactory, settlement were the overwhelming odds that  the association had to battle' against  ,the daily, press, .public opinion, the ad-  vice of prominent labor leaders, and*the  withdrawal of credit" by the 'merchants  ���t-lM'^-jfY  Was* Located a" Month Ago' a_^I_��^��t  Now Under Bond to Marc  . - ,Mlam for $40,000.  *-?iJ-. Jv*.*5*a_-i-  _   ' r,i   li,S  cv.   .  ���?IK&I  %X%. *J&'  - - -     * v***-*.*..��� -  *1t \ c .- *t_i-.*��^T: I  '   Marc GlllIam>eWrday.'recf.i4'hi?��^%  taken from,the Columbus, Bayonne^'ind{f?M  Oxford- claims, situate on .theVhead^SM  Submit .creek in .the.-Goat,river mining >'5'-#  division.. ThP _cC^'a .���_���._,_���__ >._'. -  *S?-*_s,?_.-f___  __omM_rC rith"'the assa>*. whiX W^$rg|  ^_t^^f^}^^^^:  SIR THOMAS SHAUGHNESSY  r t i-     . . r _..,        . ..  ���> ���' .     o,      ,-r ^ ,   ���  '   /Bears His Honors Modestly^   \  > MONTREAL, September 20.^The gen-  . eral,public,has received, the"news'bf"the.  elevation of Mr. Shaughnessy, ,'the president of the C. P. R., to-knjghthood/witlT  , satisfaction.   It was expected rthat* such  an honor ,would be"conferred in" connect  tion with the visit of the duke and duchess of Cornwall.   Sir Thomas-said today  that he did" not regard the compliment'  as paid .to himself sb much, as tb the  work 'done.   It was a delicate matter tb  'speak about, and he really 'would, not'  1 care to* say anything, mrther than"'that  he-was  sure'it was  the work, rather  than the  individual.   Being reminded  that it-was the individual who had inspired  the work and carried,it out, sir  .Thomas, modestly declined'ali merit'in  this .regard.   Sir _ Thomas vhas been the  j-eciphsnt of congratulations from'many  quarters.,. It was "fe'lt tnat he'has bee'n  paid a-fitting compliment as head of a.  great railway system, which is perhaps  ;the best managed   on   this   continent,  and to the efficiency of  which   he  has  contributed a remarkable  energy,   prescience, and administrative ability.  reached by the old^De^ey t_Si"wht__. ^'^��  fromVhA il ,f ��UP, .is flve^m��es--backSt^|i  f.n��� _��e ^"' makine the totab'dis'tance^Wl.  from the lake twelve miles'.", The'cla_ms"fcf.ll^  Glorge0Hy  disC0Vered !'last,.mont^hv^^^  couple of  been prospecting in ttie district forA^eM<M^i  past four years.   They have'a number of il^^i  .other claims recorded in tlfe sSS^SMS  those now under bond to" Gilliam are'thfe^SWI  __2��MSy ��f^e* **-   Tfie SonVh.sipS  gro^p appears .to,-be 20H feetV^IdeJ*. It^^_T  crops out in:two places U'atl?h_ve;b8en^����  discovered and ,at both of ^these}. Dinted!  omaa.r.���f_   __..-   u__-.-_.rt_ ���.     .   .   ..    7'���*lT,tr.L��o. f*idt \  ledge it iSiexpectedlth'at)there will'be1  great deal of   - *"        ' '  .uartz. * The']  traced on thVsufface ior a"5_tin��_w; }"%%%\  2?����feeit'iln.d has been traced-Jby'means^"?^.!  f,1 float for-at-.least 1000 feet.",' Where'*- Vr_iP_l  Constitution Goes With the Flag.  SAN   FRANCISCO,   September   20.���  United States judge Esteo has decided  that. the   constitution   of   the   United  States was extended to the Hawaiian Islands by the Newlands resolution, thus  sustaining the decision of circuit court  judge Gear and reversing the supreme  couit of Hawaii.   The decision was ren-  deied in the case of a Japanese convicted of manslaughter without the indictment of a grand-Jury and on a verdict ot  nine-trial jur_rs.-*~An appeal from judge  Estee's decision will  be taken to the  United States supreme court. ,The decision, if it shall stand, will have a very  important effect    There   are 25  to .0  prisoners' in Oalua who were convicted  illegally and were sentenced under a ruling of the com t, and all may have to be  tried over again.   Some of the cases aie  old ones, in which the witnesses cannot  bo found.     Large sums collected by Hawaiian government tariffs also may havo  to be refunded.  In Successful Operation.  MONTREAL, September 20.���A director's   meeting   of   the   Dominion   iron  &    Steel    Company    was    held    here  today, when the first semi-annual dividend of 3 1-2 per   cent   was   declared,  payablo  on  October  1st.    Tho  reports  submitted were most satisfactory.     The  company had met tho usual difficulties  ���In getting tho works under way, but is  , now turning out pig" iron and finding a  /market for it not only throughout Canada, but also in Glasgow.   Ore can be  and down at Sydney at a cost considerably less than was first estimated, and  the total cost of the product will also be  somewhat le3s than -the estimates.    It  is expected to begin   making  steel   in  November, and the whole plant will be  in op.eration in January.  , "Will Soon Be Forgotten.  i WASHINGTON, September 20.���After a suspension of three days, as a mark  of respect to the death of president McKinley, the business of the government  at Washington Vas resumed at . a. m.  today. President Roosevelt and the  ���members of his cabinet arrived at the  Pennsylvania station at 9:20 o'clock,  and flfte.en minutes later the president  ent.ered the White House. At 11 o'clock  all the members of the cabinet had arrived at the White House, nearly all  of whom are quite sure to remain during  Mr. Roosevelt's term; but it is very  probable ,that secretary Long will retire  to private life within the next few  months.  Kin/? Edward in Sweden.  HELSINOBORG,- Sweden, September  20.���King Edward and queen Alexandra arrived here today on board the  British royal yacht Osborne. The king  of Sweden-received them at the landing  Marc says thq property has"the finest5 '"-yr  surface showing >*, has ever seen* and " ' _ .  the*only thing he, waited on before sqT'. '  curing the bond! upon it was tho assay- >~v ��'"  er s certificates. In the decomposed rock! ' ,''  the gold is free milling, but the indica- '" "lotions are that it will be found to be a  base ore as the ledge is opened up. The  bond which he has secured on the property is for ?40,000. -The flrst-payment  of <5 per cent falls due on October v5th  'with similar payments in three and six  months, ten per cent in nine months  and ���.h0 '?a,anc<-, .30,000, in twelve  months. Shipping privileges are retained under the bond, but the proceeds  from such shipments after deductng the  cost of mining, freight and treatment,  are to be applied upon the purchase  price. Messrs. Harrison and Risdon will_  return to the property today and "will  start work in cutting a trail to connect  with the Dewdney trail. When this is  done supplies will be taken in and work  m a small way will be continued all  winter. In speaking of the outlook Mr.  Gilliam says It looks as if he would  have a good- cjjaniding proposition, as  there are no traces of copper in the ore  Even should It be found that the ore required smelter tieatment it would not  iiiicifero with tho working of the prop-  city, as it is so situated that S14 rock  would pay. and this is much lower than  tho Indicated value of tho entire ledge  so far as it has been opened up.  Marc is not playing a lono hand in tho  bonding of these claims.  He has good  men behind him and considers that ho  has tho property as good as placed at  present.  The  present will  not be his  first bonding venture, as tt was he who  secured tho first bond on the Keystone  group, about a mile from the Arlington  on Whisky creek, which was owned by  Messrs.   Shuttleworth  and   Ladd.   Marc-  turned   this   property, over   to   Messrs.  Davenport and Ewart and they in turn  transferred to Finch & Campbell, who  are now developing It. The first owners  have since been paid their price in fun  and the present indications are that the  balance of the payments upon the remaining bonds will be.met as they fall  due. .. .      -   t >  A   WOULD - BE   WARWICK  US  Is Munn of New Westminster.  VICTORIA, September 20���D. J. Munn,  a leading Liberal of New Westminster'  has made the following proposition to  the provincial politicians as a solution  of the present political problem, which  if adopted may result in jihe institution  of a more stable method of government.  He proposes that two members of the  legislature agreeable to both sides  be  taken into.the ministry to fill the present vacancies;  the legislature to meet  and only ordinary and non-contentious:  measures be passed; a redistribution bil_  to be Introduced and passed; Conservative and Liberal parties to hold conventions,   adopt   policies;   the   legislature-  then to be dissolved and an appealmade-  to the electors on strict party Hues The  agreement to be entered into in writing:  ' between   tho   two ��� parties-  now     Th.��  proposition, it is said  is being consld- &zSJr&a?��zzKXrit*c' *__ toKsaivim  l (-K_J3rE3--_'^^'rr^*^'t__3r-:s?���t^'a'  :WX.n_lR_"'>_ U.'.rSifljL.Tt. .C__,  _3r'*JU5!)_C--A.Z h  t_'i  ���_���  "  B���._"���.'', ���  IM. _\,  --*, <*V,  &t-....  V  .T-   i  ill-   *- \      .  I <_ ������.'  THE KELSQI^ TRIBUTE,  SATURDAY  MORNIKG,  SEPTEMBER  21, 1901  .-a -*S'^'-__'-���-_���-���-_���-���&���-_*���_&���-*_.-�����<'���'' __/ .*:_>���*__.__. __;_____. _________ _____f.  ^?^C5^^5-55rSS*TS:5;TS*^-?:'r 11/ 7->>-8r*_?-5_r:Sp ^-apte^-ST--^***  ^   7ft  (0  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  LADIES' WEAR     BOOTS & SHOES  GENTS' FURNISHINGS  AT   GREATLY   REDUCED   PRICES  We wish to clear out our present stock as much as  possible before our new goods arrive. Watch our window display and note the prices on the Furs.  TBE HUDSON'S BAT COMMY  BAKER STBEET, NELSON, B. C.  WALL  PAPER  ^ce^-eec-ei  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  This is usually tho dull  season for Wall Paper.  But to keep it moving  wo have made up bundles  of all lols that have run down in quantity.  Wc place thoso on ralo at prices that will cor-  taiaiy movo them; original cost has been quite  lost, sight of in making tho price. In,many of  these remnants the quantity is (.ullloient for  even a lar��o room. Tho high standard ot our  papers is now well known and wot often does  an opportunity offer to buy such papers at  from 5 to 12J cents per roll. If not ready to  papor just now anticipate your fall want*  .^���^'^���^���^���^���^���^���?-��--^--^.^.''!!*.-^..*-fc.^.SW��*.       _.*��'     ^.^r._____0    _���    _____,____��      .____.__.___.       __.  ^^^C^^^^^^3JS.'3.^.<3rSrS���� ff\  __0&&^&&&&&&&&i___:&__Z:_2L_:&.  *^r ��� *~ *~ *- <- *- ** *~ 0* 0* ** 00-00'00'00'00  .*.:�� ^ ���^^���^������^���-^^^^^^.^^^^^^^  m r  tt*AJ__.___TTT__TTTTTl . I . ��� I ...TITtTICTtYTrr,  LADIES' SUNSHADES  AT HALF PRICE.  UMBRELLAS AT OUT  PEIOES.  xxoxazniuiixxixu-oz  xx____r_ixxx___xxi___tx_:__rTijTiiiiixrxxiii  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  NELSON. B. C.  a9aHM3H��^  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  XV. F. TEETZBCi & CO.���CORNER OF  Baker and Josephine streets, Nelson,  ���wholesale dealers in a3sayer's supplies.  Agents for Denver Fire Clay Company,  Denver, Colorado. '   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  ~^ZlTSvA^fs^CO^���BAJ^S~^rRESs,  Nelson, wholesale dealers in liquors,  cigars, .emerit, fire brick and flre olay,  ���water pipe and steel rails, and s general  " ���   e<.-nr_iss>ion merchants.-'  "  ELECTRICAL   SUPPLIES.  "kootenay" E1^_SC1?K_C~SU1?_?VLY &  Construction Company���AVholesale dealers  in telephones, annunciators, bells, catteries, electric fixtures and appliances. Hous-  - ton Block, Nelson. ' '  - "        FRESH AND SALT MEATS.' '      ,  " P.   BURNS   &   CO.���BAKER - STREET,  Nelson,   wholesale   dealers   ia .fresh ,and-  cured. meats. Cold storage.   ���  '4-~     * GROCERIES.  _    MACDUNALJ-)   &  UO.���uUAx\i!lH  OF  '���'Front and "Hall ^streets, Nelson/ -wholesale  grocers, and  jobbers  in  blankets,   gloves,  *��� mitts,-boots, rubbers, mackinaws andjnin-  -jYYers' sundries. y J        "*"   - .,  KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY, L.IM.  * 'ited.���Vernon    street,    Nelson,    wholesale  '-* grocers.' *   '        -   ,_   '      "      ���' **  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WED-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  in Miners' Union Hall. C. J. -Clayton,  president; Alex.  B.  Murray,  secretary, t  PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays m each month at Mineis' 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  . P. O...   likes the chief of the-fire department'  A_ for efficiency, the .people who pay  the taxes seem to besatisfled with chief,  Lillie's capacity, and the men who work  under him say he knows his b.usiness.  The main trouble at the city hall appears  to be that, there are too many bosses,  .-when there should only be one.    The  mayor should be boss, but he isn't,* and'  the city,clerk and the city engineer and  the chief of police and the chief of the'  flre department all take turns at boss-  ins themselves and the mayor, and each  other.  <��.  9\  to  to  to  9)  to  /{i Call,and see our Fall Mantles and Ladies' Ready-to-wear Felt Hats.  Ladies' Furs, Ladies' Flanelette and Plaid Shirt Waists.  B LACE ALLOVEES,  8 RIBBONS, VEILING..*?,  H DEESS TRIMMINGS  | AT REDUCED PRICES.  L  cxxTXxxnxixxxxxxixzTxxxxxxiixxxxxxiii txxr  I  AUTUMN  First lot Of  to  JJJ WOOL MATTRESSES AND EIDERDOWN QUILTS  to ���   to,  Vice, secretary.  . Box 161.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  ^SLZs^fli^DGSrSo^yA. F. &-.  A. M. meets second Wednesday in'  each   month.   Sojourning-   brethren  invited. , > ��� ,  ���>   .    t <  ������ NELSON ROYAL - ARCH' 'CHAPTER  No. 123, G. R. C���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning companions invited. George  Johnstone,  Z.;  E.  W.  Matthews, S.  E. ,  ������*  JOHN     CHOLDITCH    Ss    CO.  r street, Nelson, -wholesale grocers.  -FRONT  .,- J Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET,*  Nelson, -wholesale dealers in "provisions,-  cuied meats, butter and*eggs. ���    ' " '���  NELSON   AERIE,   NO. ,22   F..  O.   E.���  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays of.  each  month  at  Fraternity  Hall.. George  Bartlett,  president;  J.   V.* Morrison,  secretary. , . ,_   _,,,������   -. ,  KOOTENAY TENT. NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  'Regular meetings flrst and third Thursdays of each.month. Visiting.Sir Knights  are cordially invited . to attend., Dr.. W.  Rose, R. K.; A.'W. Purdy, Com.; G. <A.  Brown. P. C -    ,,   �� .   .  Any member of the legislature who  for an instant considers the proposition  of D. J. Munn of New Westminster is  unfit to hold an office bf responsibility.  The members of the   legislature   were  elected' to conduct*the business affairs  of the province," not to wire-pull for the  success of Individuals'or of parties.   If  the present. premier is unable to work  in harmony with a majority of the meni-,  bers, then let,him-,step down'and give  some one a chance that .can.   If no one'  can secure a majority of the'-house to  follow'his lead, then, it wiU'be the duty    ���;-  of tlie lieutenant-governor to   dissolve    Wff  the house and   order   a new   election.  There has been too-much .hysterics and    M]*  'too little .common, sense,-displayed   in  ,and out of the house during the last two1  .years, and the-sooner-thel* traders -in'  -'hysterics, like D. '37 Munn of; New Westminster, are given,theii_quietus the better it will be fbr.LBritisti, Columbia.  r  m!lltITIT__imiLlliiiiiinMl..1rTT.  'BARGAINS IN J  VALISES  TRUNKS      *  AND ��  TRAVELING BAGS.  to  #��� JvIEAVELD  t-"1 "T7*m  Irvine & Co.  NEW GOODS ARRIVING DAILY 'fi  '    9  - /,  -    ' *  9  36 Baker Street  ri.minxx--.a__r  "LADIES' KID GLOVES  50 CENTS PER PAIR  SEE OUR WASH  KID GLOVES.  XlXIXllX__t_T_TXTT_t-rTT_rt-rrrr*>  di  ���^ -^^^ _>. r % ��� -������.-.���._._._._-...__,_.. ... .. ..__._._���_____-.Vlari-, g.^  CLASSIFIED ADS.     i  ' - _;  (���  ^ ARTICLES FOR-SALE.  SEWmG~MACl5jNES~^oi^  for sale or re .t at,the Old Curiosity Shop.  ��� > FOR  RENT." ;  ;-   ~._   LIQUORSA-NDJDRY^GOODS^^  . ~Tfu_i_5ESrT^E_;ON^~CO.���CORNER  Vernon and Josephine streets, Nelson,  wholesale dealers'ln liquors, cigars and dryi  goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company-  of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Com-.  -pany of .Calgary.   '   ' 'WINES.AND CIGARS.  ' CAMFORNIAWINE COJ_PANyTlT_I_^  * ted���Corner of Front and Hall streets, Nelson,'.wholesale dealers in wines, case and-  hulk, and domestic and imported cigars.       '  /'BUSINESS DIRECTORY.  '   ,..'-. .r- y A?01*1���0.11^-     '  \IxcTew^rxv^a^^  'Aberdeen Block, Baker Street, Nelson.   CHOP HOUSE. '  'SIX 'ROOM COTTAGE -AT BALFOUR  to let by'the month or for the season., Immediate   possession.',Good   fishing.   Apply  ����� +W_. B^s^_J_okanee  creek. - Phone'. 66a.-  Or to R. H. .Williams, Baker street. Nelson,   '  'FOR SALE.  BREWERY HOTEL,, SANDON,   B.    C.'  Furnished throughout   with   all   require-'"  ments   for   same.   Apply   to   Carl Band.  New York Brewery, Sandon. ���-   ;  HELP .WANTED.  WANTED-FIFTY TIE MAKERS. TIES  7x8, 6-inch face. Tops can be made into  mining ties.' Price nine -cents. Fir, tarn-!  if^r /���-��- Jack, Pine- Apply to Brecken-'  ridge & Lund, Morrisey, B. C.   1_1  'WANTED-GENKRAi; SERVANT. APPLY I  ac the reaidcnce of VV..R. Jarvit, Victoria utreet.!  neir Josepninc. ��� *        ,{  PIONEER       CHOP      HOUSE.       JOHN  Spear, proprietor,  opposite Queen's Hotel,  Baker street, Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches,a specialty.  Picnic and traveling  -parti-sa-supplled-on-shortest-iiotlce; *������  DRAYAGE.  FURNITURE, PIANOS, SAFES, .ETC.,  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Ap-  l>ly J. T. Wilson, Phone -.70, Prosser's second Hand store, Ward street.   FURNITURE.  D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealeis, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phono No. 202, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postofflce building, Vernon street,  Nelaon.  TEAS.   /   WE HAVE INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas in great variety, choicest quality. We mak. a specialty of blending teas  and sell them in any quantity at lowest  rate:.. Kootenay Coffee Company.  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Leg, Pan  Fired; in bulk or packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  THAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  wo are selling at -BO cents per pound is  giving the best of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootenay   Coffee   Company.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  nFREE~MILJ_ING GOLD^Roil?ERTIEsI  We are anxious to securo a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, .B. C, Room 4,  K. W. C. Block.  ���W. AN l'H,D-KK.SP* Cl-ABM. I .NING ROOM  girl, to go to Ferguson    Gotd position.   Wagon'  SJ0    Apply Thoipe   *_  (Jo., Limited,  Vernoa  street, Acls-on.  WANTED-STONJ_.MASON_. DECKHaNJDS  cookd helper, waitresses, edger for wiwniill.  laborers, girls for housework, lailroad men. Ne,-  son JiD.plo_.ment Agency.   Phone 278  PIANO TUNING.  _.nLHnY*,-FEPI-BY; PVJ3R 30 VKA.H8 A  tuner, all kinds of ropniringon pi.inosandonrans  Kuamnrccd. Leave ordon. a. Graud Central  Hotel, jNeUun. ,   gj-TUATIONS WANTED.  ASSAYER, WITH SMELTER AND  nilne expeiience, requires situation, Keep  books, etc. Address W, Box 578, Nelson.  EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.  HELP FURNISHED^5VRITE/~TELE--  phone, telegraph or inquire Western Canadian Employment Ollice, . Nelson. Phone  iiO. Storage���I havo a large warehouse for  storing household or other goods. H. A.  Prosser.  WANTED HELP OF ALL KINDS.-  Ordors for help receive prompt-and careful attention. R. Purdy, Employment  Agent, Stanley street, Nelson. Tolephono  -14. P. O. Box C82.  - .Tho'party-linWsihaVe'-taken. the initiative at Nelson. - The liberals of, Nelson,- through  ,their" party ' association,  .have set tlie wheels ,m "motion" for   a  party-line .-government; .Were a-provincial election held." tomorrow'the Liberals  rwould have,a 'candidate"', in. the- fleld!  , Were .they, successful .in electing a majority of the members~of the legislature,'  I they, would form* a   government;   and  ^once they-formed-a government, Wil-;  liam. Mackenzie of Toronto and .Daniel,  Mann of Montreal and James J.'.. Hill-'of  St. Paul, (Minnesota) and 'Robert "'Jaf-1  fray of the Toronto'Glebe would tell"the',  party leaders what to'do,'and what-they/  were'told, to dothe party leaders would}  do.  -This is  party-line  politics as   the1  game* is played today.   It is the only wayf  the people, can get, responsible govern-  - ment, and they "gladly take what' they  get;.however *little' it may be.' ,_ ,"  *  Word-comes from Victoria that D. J.  Munn of New Westminster would bet-a  /Warwick; would be a government-maker.* Munn had not the courage to make'  the race against J. C. Brown,-but-now-  "thay"anotlief"has won, he woulcl shorten  the winner's term of oflice. As Mr.  Munn has made his record as' an * employer of Chinese, the whito members of  the legislature are not likely to pay any  attention whatever to his suggestion,  that* they resign in order to have a  party-line fight at once.  J*  PROVISIONS jAND,  CALDWELL  PRODUCE.  ito  ito  %  JOUR LEADERS- .    " /  _V " .    ./  .; The well-known Newdale .Creamery Butter  . L *        ' ���"�� -all sized packages'and l-pound bricks   .  -o       September Selected Ontario Cheese  /   ,Choice.Matured.Canadian StiltonTCheese    '  .:,. Fresh Bogustown^Ranch���.Eggs  :;Sple,Agents for. Regal Brand tea, Coffee and Spices  Bakep Street,  Nelson.'B. C.  Morrison & Caldwell  W-  A COMPLETE LINE OF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  l'   . Windows  -Inside Finish  >    *   r looal an_ coast, **  ; Flooring ^  local and ooaat.  >\ " *  Newel Posts  1     . Stair Rail  Mouldings      ^ '  -' ���>   Shingles *  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  ~ Of all kinds.  nr WHAT TOU WANT 18 WOT IN STOCK  Wl WIU UXKX IT VOTt TOEf  ,OALL AND GiST PHICBS,  A. R. BARROW, A;MJ.C.Iil  PROVINCIAL  . LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of .VlcXoria and Kootenay Street.]  P. O. Box 559.      "     TELEPHONE NO. 9!1  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS-AND CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA. ^     '  J. A. Sayward   HA_L AND LAKR UTRKBTfl. rHELnnt.  *********************** ��**:*.  A COMPLETE -LIJIE OF.CANADIAN A"D IMPORTED LIQUORS.  ��- *  ' ' ^ i ���.' ^ *.���__.  . v        *  i Mea_B,H_��H-nmiii^M-i  Eainer Seattle).BeeE in.pinta and quarts.     Dogs Head Ale, and Stout in  pints and.quaxts.   Kola Wine, the best Temperance drink.  ��� - Our Special Canadian Eye in'6s and 6s.  --Dawson's Perfection Scotch^Whiskey. Granada-pure-Havana Oigars;-  Uuion Oigars, a full range inprioes. ;'0ards and Poker OLips.  . '     " ' ** * )        �� f. '  Agents Brunswick-Balke Coliender Biiliard  Tables and Supplies.  GOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  .nines and prospects wanted. Send -report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B. C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETINGS.  .TRADES A.ND LABOR UNIONS.  !_._.:_.i-;__fa' UJMON. iSO. 9H, W. F. ot M.���  Meets In Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baiter and Stanley streets, every  Saturday eveningr at 8 o'clock. Vi&lting  members 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, carmen, shovelers, and other underground laborers $3.  ��� LAUNDRY WORKERS' UNION.���  Meets .*, at; Miners' Union Hall oa fourth  Monday iri every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  m. B. Pape, president; A. W. McFce, secretary.  ��to ��ribmte  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Daily by mail, one month S  B0  Daly by mail, three months 125  Daily by mail. s,ix months 2 60  Daiiy  by mail,  one  year 6 00  Daily by carrier, one month 100  Daly by carrier,  three months 2 50  Daily by carrier,  six months  5 00  ipally by carrier,  ono  year 10 00  Semi-weekly  by mail,  three months...    5U  Sem-weekly  by mail, six months 100  Semi-weekly  by  mall,   one  year 2 00  Postage to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Display Advertisements run regularly  per inch  per month .$4 00  If run less than a month, ptr inch per  inseition  25  Classilled Adi and Legal Notices, per  word for lirst insertion  l  Por each additional insertion, per  word       j_2  Wholesale and Busine&s Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month     50  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, per line  per month      25  Address all letters��� '  THE   TRIBUNE   ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager. Nelson, B. C.  BARBERS* UNION, NO. 1D6, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets, first aud third Mondays  of each month iu Miners'  Union HaU at  8:S0yslairp.   Visiting members  invited.  JR. , . ,. .^ ���      .  McMahon, president; J. -fi. Matieson, sec- J money it costs?  and  sot -one as  There is pfjnsiderable friction' between the mayor and tjie chief of the flre  department, The question that concerns the people is, is the fire department aa. efficient as it should be for the  to  ' Canadian' farmers seem' to be able to  hold their own when the product of  their-farms are brought into competition  with .the product of the farms of the  United States! The fruit and cereals  and cattle and horses generally carry off  more than half the premiums. At the  i Buffalo exposition Canadians had only  ( one-third of the cattle entries, yet they  tarried off1 nearly two-thirds of the  prizes.  Easlo and Its Churches.  The following is from the Kootenalan  'of yesterday: ' "The property owners of  the city will again be called upon to exercise their franchise by voting .for or  against the by-law  to  exempt  church  property from taxation for a period of  iten years and to refund all taxes unpaid  or paid for the   year   1897   and   sinee  that year.    "We have been making enquiries at the city office, and find that  the approximate, amount of taxes levied  against;,church -.property  each   year   is  .95, which if multiplied by ten brings  out a total of ?950 that the property  owners will be   out   of   pocket.' Then  acain the amount to be refunded to the  English, Methodist and Roman Catholic  churches is about ?120, while the amount  to be remitted   to   the   Methodist  and  Presbyterian churches, is no less a sum  than $460.78, making a total loss in taxes  to the city of ?580.78, if the by-law becomes law.    The ratepayers must also  bear in mind that the aDove amount of  close on ?1000 will have to be made up  by the general owners in the city to pay  for the   relief   of   those   organizations  which, if they are in the right, are un-  doubtably able, to help themselves instead of making the general public pay  KOOTENAY  COFFEE OQ.  ************************.  Coffee Boasters  Deaiem in Tea and .Coffee  ************************,  Wo araofforing afc-lowest prloes tbe beat  BTades of Ceylon, India? China and Japan  J_GA8*  Our Bos . Mocha and Java Coffee, per  .,   .        ,.     pound  9 40  Mocha ana Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blond Cofl'ee, 1 pounds ..'  1 60  Special Blend Coffoe, S pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 pounds  100  Special Blend' Ceylon Tea, per pound SO  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.*  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Hi  Hi  Hi   a    ��� iii-Ui. a    _. -  >b   B __   ���   Doublo Jorsoj*.  ��       ..��_��� k...- 1     Buttorniilic.  <_>  |        ^YOuS" ' I WNHATTAN  *      TI-NRST.WITH gALOOM  tn " "  Hi  Jg       gory  Beor,-Pem-j]   Double Jercu-y  ^  |   vtror & Co. Boor, |     Buttermilk.  ���U*       " J  ii*  ik  kr************9******f.f.f. g-s-Ki-  THESE  HOT DAYS  ���UKUMnaosa  QUENCH  YOUR  THIRST,-WITH  Anh. user-Bosch i  Boer, Pabst (Mil--  ���w_��u__co Be.jr. Cal- |  gory  Beor,-Peis-  i-eror & Co. Buor,  Gosi-ell ueer, and I  ��� I    NELSOU". LI0EN0E DISTEI0T. *  NOTICE is heroby given (hat W. S. Doylo*h(.  mado appln-auon.undor tho Drovisions of th'  L:nuor Licetme Ac.t, 1S00" tor an hotel lioenci  for tlio North SUr'Hotel, at Hall,,such premise.  "?yu*-i{^een Pios-'ouuly licenced under the jianil  of thi. Algonquin Hotel. _ f  -.A meeting of thp idoard of Licence Comuiid  sioners of-the Ne.'.on Licenco District will b.  .fold to consider'such application at tho Co_r<_  House at the City of NelRon en Saturday, thtj  twenty-oghth-duy' of Soptomber, 1901, at thel  hour of eleven o clo*_. in the forenoon  W. H. BULLOCK-WKBSTBR.  /*._������/./-.     i .. .    _��� Ciliet Licenco Inspector.  Chief Constables o.Qce, ,  ���No'son, BC, September J3th, 1901.  SOO Mil WANTED  On the construction of the Arrowhead &  Root-nay railway ln the Lardo district.  HIGHEST WACES PAIO  In order to secure men -without delay  ordinary labor will be paid $2.25 per day  and axemen 12.50 per day.  HSNBY'S NUBSEBIES  APIARY i\N0 GREENHOUSES'  Greenhouse and Bedding out Plants.  Lowest   Prices.  BBB SUPPLIHJS, SEEDS, FHRTI_I_____RS  Agricultural   Implements,   fruit    baskets  and   crates,   fruit  and   orname__*_U   trees,  bulbs for fall planting.  NOTICE TO DELnTQUEBTT OO-OWtfEE.i  To John J.  Mc Andrews or to any person,  or persons to whom he may have trans-!1  ferred his interest in the Black Diamond!  minoral claim, situate on the north sido  of  Bear  creek,   about   three  miles  from  the town ot Ymir, lying south of and ud-  -.  joining: the Evennig- Star mineral claim, \l  Nelson mining division of West Kootenay  district,   and   recorded   In  the  recorder's  oflice for tho Nelson mining division.-  lou and each of you are hereby notified  that   I   havo 'expended   two   hundred  and  /_*._.��!?���.   ,"ol!ars    and     twenty-live     cents .  (M2 2o)   in   labor  and'impiovements  upon'j  the above mentioned mint-ral'claim in order  to hold said mineral claim under tho pro- <  visions,  ol  the Mineral Act, and il within  ninety days from  the date of this notice,  you toil or refuse to contribute your por-4  tion of all such expenditures together with'l  all  costs  of advertising,  your interests in "  the said claims will  become the property i  of the subscriber under section 4 of an act  ontitled.   "An Act  to  Amend  the Mineral/  Act, 1900."        , JOHN DEAN.  Dated at Nel.son tliis llth day of Septem-  . TIMBER LEASE 1.0TI0E.  Catalogues Free,  3008 Westminster  SM. Vancouver  C000 STATION WORK  ' CAN^BB'fiBCUKED.  w  ��_  l_  Hi  Hi  ��_  Hi  \  #��*** *************** etc-cir  ARTHUR    G13E.  MERCHANT TAILOR  I.ADIE .' TAILOR  MAUE SUITd.  BAR IR  STREET   EAST.  *****************m ,***<^9  .��  9  !.  9  9  9  9  For   further   particulars   apply   to   the  Nelson Employment Agencies or to  CARLSON & PORTER  ,_ O-fc TRACTORS.  FISHING TACKLE  R. ROISTERER &s CO.  BBBW _ES -IND BOXXI____tS OV*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE    .  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular delivery to thei trade,  BREWHRY  AT   NELSON  U.B. REILEY  SUCCESSOR TO H. D. ASHCROBT.  WB HAVE THE BEST  FLIES AND  BEST LEADERS HADE.  THE         ___.     ���        __   _____          _____       __,        ���~ jut, _���__   *      _.      0.w- a,  I   -*r**-"*"****o*.    ���*��*��*    i__t___B_m_m   . ^-rorM    MTt  txtaxr-trea.��ue*i J. C, GasrOaex. xucnrObw j !_��_,_���*_-. ^_.;��i*+*'���'i. ���        .-I ...   T - "* *gVf,w - ^ ratepsorfiRs to susfala T npiintk  Heavy i��lta made ,*<_  imaBKuuz. ���������. y.;.y Z'y :.���.:.. ,xy-' ry*.",- Wx^W ��* ..�����* **& myar m&i or dis- J or veto $te*^&wv&r J *?*UB_J^ ^���^ ������ mum ut  ���o!fiTO^fr^^^'v.r^<^^ ->��:^*^:rfr^'j.^''-Tr-..-'-':rr>:*r-���:*^  ~ BLACKSMITH AMO^WQqD W0RKEIJ  / EXPEmraHOR^HOH  Special attention given to all kinds <*r  da  Minnows, silver and Rold and Phantoms  Silk Lines  Landing Nets ': Y.  And a splendid line of all fishing requisites.  ���i^yygyxyry-t  -i--.*������*-?. ���..0��^V-,-'.'"^'!-^.'h.>"*.-^.'C  CANArA LFIG*. BOCK CO.  EAST EOOTENAV'S FIRST  ANNUAL MINERAL,  AGRICULTURAL AND  INDUSTRIAL EXHIBITIOSf  THREE DP(YS OF   INSTRUCTIOfl,   INTEREST AN9  ENJOYMEflT.  CR/\NBI{00K, B. C., .SEPTEMBER,'25' to 2Tr ISttfw  The best program ever .seen In the- coiin--  try. See posters and circulars for YBtict-heir  particulars. Mineral exhibit, bucktag contests,   agricultural   exhibit,   horse   races..  Specially low return railway rate�� fron. -  -JI __oJat-_.       'v';-"  ''''���''��� ���������"���:. ��� r~''Y"*:*  7.:-r':^Z- ;*' W�� MoWTVIQ Bnceatarft.  .Notice is hereby given that in thirty!  days we intend to apply to the chief coin-|  rnissioner of. lands and -works for permis-j  sion to cut and carry away timber off the!  below described lands hituated on Lock-|  bait creek, one mile anu one eighth oabtl  irom Kootenay lake, commencing at a post!  marked' northwest corner, running east!  1.20 chains, thence north 10 chains, thonc.f  east 120 chains, thunce south 40 chains;!  tlierce west 120 chains, tlionco sou tli 101  chains, thenco wc3t 120 chains, thence north!  40 chains to place ot commencement. |  NELSON" SAW ��.: 1'LANI .--7G  MILLS, LtiLl  Nelson. B. C, August 16th. 1901.  NOTICE.  NO TICK Is hire by eivrn that T ititond to npply  nt. tho ncxr, .Ittlng of tlio Boaid of License Co:  inl-Sionnr. for iho OJ(y rf N��1-.-oti to bo hod  thu expiration of thirty daw f.-oui lhe daioboi oof ,|  for a tiansfor of th* It. tail Li.nor Liconco i,o\v\  hold by rao for the prcmii����o-. known a�� I'  BodccaSaloon, sltuutn on <ho cn-st half of  nine (��). In block one (I), In tho . a'd City of Nelson, to William Walmsloy nnd Edward C. Dav-.  idFon, both of tho paid City nt Nol* on.  Dated this llth dny ot September. lOii.  ���m- _, ���  �� W-��- "OB1NSON.  Witness: E. C. Davidson*.  '' _T0TI0S.  Wcbp-rlo notify the merchants and huslnef.!  men cf Nolson that wo have pmclm-jcd the busil  rites and good will of tlio Pacific Transfer ConT  pan., whioh it is our in too tion of inrorporatini  with the bu--.No.w- of tho Nelson -.clghting &1  Transfer Company, we remain yours 1  R. H. WILLIAM3",    f  Manager Nelson F. & T. &*_  NOTICE.  THE CASCADE WATER, POWER  LIGHT COMPANY, LIMITED.  Notice is hereby given that an cxtraorfl  dinary general meeting of the above names  company will be held at the registered of  flee of the company on Baker street in th*  City of Nelson, British Columbia, on Mon!  day the 23rd day of September, A. D. 190-T  at the hour of 11 o'clock in the forenoon!  for the purposo of considering, and ill  thought fit, passing a resolution authorizJ  ing the directors to raiso the sum of onf  hundred thousand pounds (��100,000) by thi  issuance of mortgage bonds or debenture*-!  or otherwise, to such person or such perl  sons, company or corporation, and upoJ  such terms and conditions as to tho direc|  tors may seem fit.  By order,  JOHN  FRASER,   Secretary. {  Cth September. 190L  ���J i  ���x*x  NOTICE    ���  Notice is hereby given that I intend tf)  apply at the next sitting of the board oj  license     commissioners      for     the      C'iti  of Nelson, to be- held' after .the expiratioiB  of thirty days' from the date hereof, for :  transfer  of  the  retail  liquor  license  no*-;  held  by me' as  the  representative of  th.  John   Johnson   estate,    for   the   premise!  known as the Silver King Hotel, situate oj  Baker street, in the said City of Nelson  on lots 7 and 8 in block 10, sub-division o  lot 95, to M. A. Naismith of the said Cit_  of Nelson. CAROLINA THELIN. 1  Witness: Q. A- THELIN.  Dated -Ms -tb *tayOX -September, JUfiL  ?.. ?_*��_��� .  i.j-asg^a.'arv_*.a;-s^gas_i*.!ag!  ^.���-_��t*_^a_e_s_^jraare5_;ifj^��-  T-r.-^r.t.-x.^rr^r.'. $•** ^m^^r^^m
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Manager Nelson Branoh.
Are Both Old Countrymen.
The men who will command the racing machines when the next contest for
' the America's Cup takes place are no
strangers to the public. They have been
known for many years in the yachting
world and- have records of which they
may be proud. '1 ht- dean of the frater-
v nity, Henry C. Haff, known m yachting
circles as ''Hank" Hafr, was the commander of the Independence. He is a
native of Islip, Long Island, and is about
seventy years old, but strong and vigorous and as competent to get the best
service out of a racing craft as he was
in 18S7, when he commanded the cup defender. He was an oyster fisherman be-
, fore ho became a jachtsman, and for
many years was the superintendent of
the Olympian Club bf Long Island, and
sailed many of the club's boats. He
commanded the Volunteer in 1SS7, >t.e
Defender in 1S95, and since that time he
has been closely identified with racing
The other American in the quartette
of prominent skippers' isr captain Unas
Rn. des, commander of the Constitution.
He sailed the Defender  when  she was
.    the trial boat for theflColumbia    He is
a sailing master of many years' experience, a man of fine physical proportions
and of commanding appearance, and is1
''known among members of the fiatemity
for his silence and reserve. *• He is about
lorty-eight years --'old _uid   h.vs   been   z
, sailor from early boyhood. * He was tie-
s fore the  mast  on   the  sloop   Atlantic
"'■when that boat tried'for cup'honors m
1886 withv the  Puritan  and  the  Mayflower.   Before that he had gone to Europe   as * the   commande r of  John   B
i Brooks' schooner Lasca.   He had served
• as mate on the Volunteer aud-since- then
he has been on a number of.vessels, including the Sea-Fox and-the'Montauk
He became widely known in lS98,',when
he took command of the Defender, and
_ - when ,.W]_utler Duncan announced that'
captain Rhodes would command tho new
i cup defender there was general satisfaction in 'American yachting circles    Cap-
t°in Rhodes is, the son of captain Richard Rhodes of Bay Shoie.   He-received
his first instruction in yachting from his
father, with whom he made many trip..
on the schooner John Mosser.„ This, vessel was owned by the elder Rhodes' and
made regular trips in the treieht buc-
mess between New York and West Indian ports.   He became first mate of the
schooner   and    later   its   commander,
which position he  held  until  she  was
sold.   His father built a freighter for the
young captain whicli he named Richa_*d
Rhodes, which made-many trips to Virginia   ports.     The   work   of   captain
Rhodes since he left the merchant mr-
nne for the yachting sphere has calle 1
fo'th n.uch favorable comment, and Ins
clover handling ot the Defender m t' o
In.il   races   with   the   Columbia   v.as
to the position which he new holds.
Captain Charles Barr, better known
as "Charlie" Barr, who commanded tho
Columbia when she defended the At.i-
_**c_,'s cup, i. still the Columbia's skipper Ho is a Scotchman by birth, but an
American by adoption, having taken the
flirt opportunity to become a natural-,
i/,ed citizen. Ban* came to the Unit.u
States in the cutter Clara, after having
tamed some experience on the English
Coast in tho ten-ton yacht Ulenn. He
took a.position on the Boston yacht
Shona, which he held a year, and then
returned to Gourock, his native town
in Scotland, But, home had lost its
charms for the young Scotchman, and
Iio returned to America and took com-
and of tho Minerva, an English boat.-
Then lie became the skipper of the
Oweone in 1S91, and subsequently commanded the Wash ana ixlonana, and in
1895 tooK command of Royal Phelps
Carroll's Navahoc. When the Vigilant
was ready to be brought back from Ens-
land in 1895, "Charlie" Barr was entrusted with the work. Barr is, known in the
yachting world not only as a well informed and competent sailing master,
but also a close student of racing rules,
which the following incidents demonstrate:
When the schooners Amorita and Co-
lcma met on one occasion at Larchmont
the Amorita,  just  before the starting
gun, went about and stood close hauled
for the windward end of the line, on a
fresh southerly breeze.  "Charlie" Ban
was up to windward, and he swung the
Colonia around and came down pretty
-.y-11 before the wind, got an "overlap"
and then ciushed the big Colonia in between the Amorita and the buoy, the
smaller  boat giving way considerably
lo prevent collision.  It seemed on the
Amorita that she had the right-of-way,
[being-close hauled anu the otheryfree,
I but "Charlie" took care to swing and es-
Jtablish his "overlap." If "Hank" Haff'
Jiiad hit him at the mark, which he could
J have done easily enough, it would have
J been found that "Charlie" had the right
jof.it, and the chances are he had planned
I beforehand how he would do. up "Hank"
I Haff. From the Colouia's point of view
J it was a daring, dashing piece of work
jthat v.as technically, correct. It also pro-
Ivided tho most exciting moment of the
jsoasdn.-     :'.;. ..
j   Jn a race started from y'Oyster Bay,
probably in the same season, these two
boats'were.turning a mark near the Connecticut shore m light airs, the Colonia
being ahead in approaching the mark.
On the Amorita most people thought
that an "overlap" was established, her"
horn pointing to the windward of the
other's mainsail, and as she seemeo. Ito
be gaming, loud cries went ,out to
"Charlie" to bear away, so "as not to
crowd the Amorita on the .moy. But Bair
was watching the end of the bowsprit
following him, and knew it lacked about
three feet ot 'making an "overlap.'^ He
simply sailed out' from a leeward position, across the bows of. the following
boat aud got away. The Amorita tried
to hit him, thinking tne "overlap" was
all n'ght, but it would have been an expensive pleasure, because there again
"Charlie" was m the right of-it on the
rules. - .
Captain Barr is about thirty-six years
eld and has always enjoyed the respect
of his crews and the fullest confidence
of the owners of the yachts intrusted to
his care.    .    '        ' ■*•-
'The Lipton yacht will be'commanded
by captain Sycamore.   He made his first
appearance in   international  racing  as
the commander of the Valkyne'm con-,
junction with captain Cranfield.   He was,
born m 1856 at Rowhedge, on the banks*
of the Coine, and went, to sea~as a boy.
'His first experience was on board the
marquisfof Ailsa's yacht, Lady Evelyn.
The skipper was ,Ben Harris, of Itchen
Ferry;* who thought much of the boy and
took'' him 'along oii all i acing occasions
He remained in the employ of the mar,-
quis of Ailsa from" April, lS75,„to 1878,
in which time he cruised in the Mediterj-
ranean'and West Indian waters.   In 1879
he served in the "20-ton  cutter  Louise,
and remained with' that vessel until<18__.
In 1884 he was skipper of the yawl.Am-
berwitch and in-lS85 he became thecom-
mandor of Mr. Beauclerc's Amelia.   He
remained with its owner until 1892, 'and
commanded for him the Heathen Chinee
and Babe, the" crack two and one-half
ton boat cf tbe "season of 1890-1891.. ,He
won • thirty-six   first   _nd "two"second
prizes for, the owner. ■*    -.    .■  * ■_   .y,
\. In 1S92 he, took command ";of admiral'
Montaug's*vCorsair, forty-rater, andHhat
season won^-twenty-five prizes, thirteen
firsts, including the Queen's Cup.    The1
admiral then   built   the  Vendetta,   and
"vwith her captain Sycamore took mne-J
teen prizes, eleven firsts. The Carina fol-J
lowed, and his prize list amounted to,'
thirty-one prizes, including the Queen's1
Cup and twenty-four firsts.    In one of-
the races at Cowes the German emperor-
sailed with them in the Carina, and pre-J
sented captain Sycamore with a hand-'
some diamond scarf pin. j
. Nelson Branch—Burns Block, ffil Baker
1 -Street. t   j
,  J. ,M, LAY, Manager.
ly -to"' her assembled sisters, "Now remember, girls, its'F. G. E. on chicken
croquettes.",'The Observant Girl, who1 is
tactful, as .well, pretended to take no
notice, and had eaten a second croquette
before she noticed-that everyone had declined the delicacy. However, as she not
only found "them good, but in no way.
remaikable, the family abstinence,made
very little**ir_pression<*_pon her. ■> *  !
At breakfast next, morning the same
thing occurred, when she'heard cucumber denounced in an undertone as F. G.
E., and declined by every member of the
family save the youngest, who • clamored
to partake*of it, thougn?warned"In an
aside that if she had any sense she would
know fit-wasn't M.. I. .K.  T -     ,, ,
fi Now the Observant Girl is frankly
curious. The very suggestion ot a secret
puts her on pins and needles until she
has made it'her ownlyAnd the c^se under discussion was ,no exception. Like
a love-sicl? maiden she lost interest in
her food while she pondered. She groped
after .clues like'•a"'.veritable' Sherlock-
Holmes m. petticoats, but-* it did her^no
'good.CThat she was an inmate of an es-
Y_.il Y^d" never hear of our cu8tomfirs kicking.   Not much!   They all get "Whito Treatment"—
%f." big and little .alike—that's why. The man we have never-seen, .who sends his orders by mail, is
f&\ served with the same "satisfaction as the man ;who buys ovor the counter. The "Best in the
iii House'' goes out on "memo" if the customer orders* ".The Best in tho House." We're not afraid
*?." of, losings outright sales .'between the going out and coming liack of the goods. .You don't have
- /*|; to send" a^ dozen times'before'the right thing is'"'delivered. Our stock^of Watches and Diamonds
Vii is S° . *rge that Soods out on "memo" don't handicap us once in a dog's age.. Ought to be pretty'
.?* "good people to deal.with, don't you think?     ' -/,   '  ~t ' -"r y-r- , v -  '
__i\ receive .our prompt 'and careful attention..
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Bespective Virtues for Eoad Making.
t *'
A* Sherlock Holmes in Petticoats.
The Observant girl has just come'
home from a holiday trip to all sorts of
places, outlandish and otherwise, and,
won her a title, has brought back a host
ot odd stories to sustain it During her
careering from mountain to seashore,
aud back again lo a country lake, she
fell upon many adventures. If she is to
bo believed, however, she came upon
nothing moro unpleasant than a f.imily
of ton who had awakened her curiosity
to the extent ot banishing sleep.
The first lew days ot her stay in their
midst, accoiding to the Observant Girl,
pioved dehghtlul She read to the mother, discussed politics with tno father,
chilious with the seven daughters, and
—well, sho didn't confess what with
the only son. Hor visit had lasted "a
week, when one day on entering the dining room slie heard her particular chum
among the seven sisters say impress!vc-
tablishment  where.* poisoning  was  \n-
dulged'in.as.>a 'pastime she would not5
believe. That it was.a lunatic asylum
seemed unlikely, Finally, after much in-
. decision she catae to the conclusion 'that
every member of the household belonged
to a'secret order, wliich compelled them-
,to refrain from certain food at certain
times. The day she .made up her mind,
the climax^" came.-'a" number'.of .'people,
had dropped 'm' to*partake, of tea, 'and.
incidentally play, tennis; when she,tiea'fd,
her hostess whisper 'in a horrified voice,
''Good gracious, what shall ,1 do, it's P.
G-. E.1 on strawberries." "4     s b    '
,   The Observant 'jGrfipl awaited develop^-;
ments.'and declined as did all the family
the *big luscious berries, "in which she
ha'lf believedv,some danger lurked   The
other guests. ate  and • still \ lived.   The
Observant'Girl regretted she hadn't folr
lowed   their   example, ..when <a> maid
brought out a big dish heaped high witli
-berries to the shady"portionfdf,the "iawri
.where  tea'Was'*-being  served.   Placing
them on the table the girl explained'th'at"
they .-had'just came _,in 'from a neigh^
boring^farm_..J.'Then It's. M. --LyKL^after
fall,"  said her  mistress "after she ^had
helped herself a generously tot.thetfrhit
that a moment5 before had been, tabooed/
The Observant Girl" could stand at no'
longer,  but  explained -her doubts and'
difficulties and .coaxed,for ,an- explana-1
'tion. Her hostess stared at'her'in amaze-,
ment, then between fits, of laughter that!
threatened hysterics/ gave the required'
infoimation. "You s6e, my dear, we are!
not really a band of conspirators what-1
ever we appear, but only a large .fam-'
ily very hard to cater for in this out jof,
ithe" way place   In time of emergency
supplies are apt to run-short, so we hit
upon a plan that has worked well for
years. With visitors present, when danger threatens, the word is passed round
F. VG. E and -the family go easy. -Wiien
reinforcements  come,  as  they  did  today, the watchword is changeu to M. I.
K., More in Kitchen."   - ; . ■) f,-: - ■"
The Observant Girl was satisfied, "but
she wasn't overjoyed. She has also concluded that everything is easy when you
know-the~answer.   " .T7T"
Porto Rico Lumber Go.
Un_u-taker, Night. Cn.ll 238,
Furniture Dealers
Fuqoral Directors
and Embalmers
Rough and
A-1 White Pino Luir(_er Always in
Wa carry » complete stork of
Const Flooriniv', Ceiling, Tuflide Fin-
inh, Turnod Work, Sash nnd Doors.
Special ordor work will receive
prompt attention v
Oak  Center  Tables $3 50
Oak Center Tables 6 00
.Oak   Center  Tables 6 00
Oak    Leather   Seat    Fancy
Rocker    , 4 50
E'm  Folding Tai _e  5 00
Elm  Folding  Table /..... 6 00
Cane Veranda Chalrs.lt 6 00
Cane Veranda Rockers 6 60
?2 75
4 GO
2 75
5 Vo
3 75
4 25
4 50
4 7b
TO    MAKIt*    ROOM    FOR    OUR    FALL.
■ W1LI-   GO   AT   COST.
PortoSioG Lumber Oo.Ltd.
X H. MeMANUS, Manager.
"Straw1 day'was'recently celebrated in1
the vicinity; of_Walla Walla, Washing-'
,ton, an3 if its origin is founded upon ast
.practical results as would appear from
the following interview, the farmers of
thV'-Delta must' annually waste 'a large
i-i       ii ,  y >r._x. ,  i -
amount "of valuable road-building mate-:
rial by destroying their straw stacks. P.
S.: Crocker^ of Walla Walla; while.refer-,
ring'to the observance cf Straw Day, remarked tiiatYit consisted ,iri sprea'ding>a
laiyer of ,straw. over the roads' tb allay t
the dust*. "It",has_been the practice of;
<,farmersffor gears'to do, this in the'vicinity of theirf houses, and it would ''tie.-
■ ■hardvto discover who'was the flrst man'
to*'hit upon* the plan. ri;It has probably
..been- done' for -many 'year's. .^Iri^'tlie
t spring and. summer bur roads become al-"
', most 'impassable because of alkali/dust'
I.which 'covers them to.a depth/of seve"ralt
••inches/. A'^large"number   o'f* farmers'
turned cut*on   Straw  Day 'and 'With
%straw which would otherwise have gone
to waste covered/the, roads leading into",
Walla Walla: ' Th'e "roads are covered tb,
a depth_o_iflve or'six'1 inches and'.njthe
.course of-time.the'ist_aw is chopped up'
by. the tra__c"and! assimilates' with the
dust, i''After a*_*airi this compound, becomes like -a cake ""and makes a'splendid
f-road'for abouf'four months. ' The^op}
eiation.is repeated'the following' spring.
Not. only, does-it-allay the dust/but itr
.gives ^the-highway^a; good'foundation'.'
,It is a.peculiar plan but works -ver£ suc'-
"cessfiilly. It is a .pleasure? to drive-Wer
sone of these roads 'afteri the ■" straw ,'is
settled and mixed in with the rest of the
surface." ^     " „ -'/ v-..        j
i Vancouver^haV foumfthat 'woo deblock
paving is "-probably 'the" fiest material
that can be obtained on the Coast fo**
slreets. ,.In .many -cities1* wood "blocks
are now almost entirely,' used, and --■*--'
cently a new.preparation,,-,*termed car-
bolenium, has been introduced for treating the blocks. A number pf 'Other cities
,have used wooden blocks' treated with'
'the pieparation, and speak m the highest term's of the durability of the material.  The  city of- Portland . has 'had
such1 blocks  m  use  for  the* past tWo'
years, cpvenng-two strands 'of .one of the
bridges across the" Williainette and also
*at one of the busy street/intersections',
and reports that the blocks have worn'
excellently  well. „Seattle_recently, sent'
its street superintendent,  accompanied,
by assistant engineer Jeftrey. to Port-'
land, to examine the .practical,value of
carbolmeuin-treated^blocks, and' ori their
decision  the  future  mateiial  for  road
making   in   Seattle #\viH .probably   be
based      ' .■'.-■-
Tho success or failure of a macadam
road ,is said to depend .almost entirely
upon the character of the rock used.
Grading, foundation, &c, have a great
deal to do with the durability of. a road,
bin its" real success is in the rock itself.
In many parts ot England the macadam
used is .well known to be-the cause of the
fine dust wlnch_coveis-the road to an
unusual depth in the summer, and the
same fault is found" in' many places on
this continent  As a reault rock is now
often submitted to a severe test before
,a large contract for macadam is let by
• up-to-date-road engineers.   One  test is
known as the "rattler" test. Pieces of
the lock intended to he used for tbe ma-
,cadam are placed in a revolving drum,
which is kept going for several hours.
At the end of the time, the rock is examined and its weight compared with
tho original weight, In order to ascertain what amount has been lost by the
constant friction to which the rock has
been subjected in the process.
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fnhave the-above.mentioned building materials.;>
tr-a|for sale' at Tea_3onableJprice's.-« 'Special^qiioW^
f tions" tor;builders/;and;-contractors, for:large\
,,rorders..    :.;^,*-v,j      ~*$:    '   y^. i.'^a/;-^*
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In the" county, court'of kootertay^holclen"^^M
at Nelsonr In the matter Yof'the estate^!?1-*m
,j' and-effeets.>of'AlP_ia*a-aro*i.«_t, fei„r~I2 rfc *-!«
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-TELEPHONE NO. 219. ' P.'O. BOX G88
Madden House
Baker .and Ward
Streets, Nelson.
The only hotel ln Nelson that has remained under one, management since 1890.
The bed-rboinc arn. well, furnished arid
lighted by electrics _>-.
The bar is always stocsea ny the best
domestic and Imported liquors and cigars.
THOJ___sr__AX>_._-N.: Proprietor.
r. McMahon.
■ Bar Rtocked, with best brands of wines,.
Dquors, and clgara. Beer on draught. _jarge
Robert McMahon and A- E. Gardiner
have leased the barber shop in the base-'
ment of the Madden block, southeast corner of Baker and Ward streeta. and:will,
be pleased to have the patronage of their
TORONTO," September 20.—Canadians
with 35 per cent of the cattle entries
at the Buffalo fair win 60 per cent of
the prizes.
Lighted by.Elect. .city'Ind Heated with Hot Air.
i-.ii.— .       *■       ■..—■'J     »»»-*    UtaJL    uy    u__- uauiti'-      .'    *'lrt,i~a
by 'his, hoi.(ii._imJtf^%l<*CTi<-". d-i^rron" rh„ _f -•»*>„§*l
22nd  any not Augrustr A. -n.f i001/-ClaJs  T.J&2$k
Swanson .was > appointed-- administrator? of S.*S-*iCPTS.
tha'perspnal estate^and effects of-saidJ_e->  » ^^1
SS2S25N£i c.°ls-a,ls? hereby-given thafallV&'gfll
f^L/n?' mentioned date said admlnistra-. '\b\4m\
tor will proceed,to,distribute the assets of >'W*?_Ml
the said deceased according to law .without     \">*_s_r
regard ,to* any 'claims  of which  he  shall*."■" j<*#,
then not have received notice       -    < •        *   hl.'isgiI
Dated this 29th day of August, A.1 D. 190L*^A **SbF
EL.T.IOT & LENNIE.    <■      -.*4^L
•-Solicitors  for the Administrator.    * J t'MI
Situate,in'the Nelson Mining Division of
West Kootenay District.
Where located: About one mile south of
Take notice- that I,y Willani John Goepel,
Free Miner's Certificate No 50,500, intend,
sixty -*""" * *■— -'-•'- ' ■•   -.-  '-'-
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Rooms, Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 25 Cents to $1
1 Large comfortable bedrooms and flrst-
class dining room. Sample rooms for commercial men.
ISjrs. E. 0. Clarke, Prop.
Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary
: Third door from Grand Central"Hotel
on Vernon street. , Best dollar a day-
house In town. House and furniture new
and flrst class in every respect Lighted
by gas. Room and board $5 to $6 per I K. W. C BLOCK
■week. No Chinese employed here. . j WABD STBEET
J.y. O'lAAVQBJLW^PieapTieiot.    '
P. Burns & Co.
Wholesale and Retail
Hmn__Son,ab. a Dealers in Meats
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Markets at  Nelson,  Rossland,  Trail,  Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverton, Nef
Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Oity, Mid
way, and Vancouver,
Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded
"   "^M ■ ■   J.        ' ■■■■  ■ •■:- ■   —■   — ■■■ ■        - ■ il-   ■■!■■»   I—-—■■■■--I ■!■■   ...   _. ■■■■■_■
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
cty days from the date hereof, to apply
to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of
Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.
^   And further take notlcc__h_L_act!on_.un-.-=*F.
-der-seetIonT37T^must" be commenced before     *
the   issuance   of   _uch   Cci tificate   of   Improvements.
Dated   this  16th   day  of  August,   A.   D. ,
1901. W.  J   GOEF__I_
-.-•■UJ I. K—•• ji •_.... .'I \.i_AI_ Ll-AlM,
situate In the Nelson Mining Division of
West   Kootenay   Di.uict
Wheio locutecl: About one mile south of
T.iko i.otie. tnat I, John Puter.son,
l>*!Cc .tirn-rs _em,i.)i.- No o. 727. Intend,
sixty d.iy . from the date hereof, to a|>ply
to the Mining Recorder for a Cei tificate
of Improvements, foi the purpose of ub-~
l.ilmnK .i ' im.H Hi.ui*    r '- ■ >. in., iiitrn.
And further take notice that action, un- "
der section 37, must be commenced before
the   Issuance   of   such   Certificate   of   Improvements.
Dated this ICth day of August A. D.
1901.       JOHN   PATJ-Jl-SON. >
claim, situate in the Nelson mining Ui- .
vision of West Kootenay district. Where
located: On 'Forty-nine creek about 200
yards from hydraulic dam. Take notice
that I, B. W. Matthews, acting as agent
for Henry Samuel Crotty, free miner's
certificate No. W9.970, intend, sixty days
from the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of improvements for the purposo of obtaining a
crown grant of the abovo claim. And
fuither take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before the Issuance of such certificate of improvements.
Datpd thin JSth day of July. A. T)   IfWl.
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E. C. TRAVES, Manager
Tiger, Kitchener and Last Chance mineral claims, situate in the Nelson minim;
division of West Kootenay district. Where
located: On Morning mountain on the east
side of Sandy creek about one mile from
the Kootenay river. Take notice that I
B. Smith, free miner's certificate 56,762b.
acting as agent for A. Thorn, free miner's
certificate 65,670b, Henry B. Hammond
free miner's certificate 55,__)b, and An-
nandale D. Grieve, free miner's certificate
55,66-Sb, intend sixty da\s from the dato
hereof to apply to the mining recorder
for a certificate of improvements, for the
purpose of obtaining a crown grant of tho
above claim. And further take notice that
action, under section 37, mu-t be commenced beforo the Issuance of such certificate of Improvements.        R. SMITH.
Dated this _"th day of July. A. D. 1901.
claim, situate In the* Nelson mining division, of. West Kootenay district. Where located: At the head of Grohman creek or»
-Grohman  mountain.  Take  notice : that I,
.J.-;M_ McGregor, acting as.agent for Steve
Hawkins, f roe miner's certificate No.
b50,435,. and.Louis Strand, free,miner's certificate No. b37.293, 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 gran,
that action under section 37, must be com-
that action, unded section*37, must be commenced before the issuance of such c_r-
' tiflcata ot improvements.•':■■;■<■..   .■i-.y^wys-v^i;*. j
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'i. .[ WE HAVE PURCHASED! cityA1EA���c?'  n _�����___���_. Q    C\      13V_i1llV_n    ��__���_��    ��_-.��__    __     .___.    __  THE .NELSON TRIBUNE,  SATURDAY  MORNING,  SEPTEMBER  21, 1901  FROM THE ASSIGNEE OFTHE 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   BLOCK NELSON,   B. C.  zs "\  ife.  '\_A'  e~ ;>'  ��� j ,_  -,r.t "'<  &_?..'��� '  yr;S  K*     J r*    Ir   *.  r. ,   .      ���  4sti��i.  !��*,    -  *. j"*-^- __  dys  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  goods ever shown in Nelson.  Everything is new and up-to-date  'and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers will do well to,  examine my stock and get prices before  purchasing elsewher.  ���217 and 219  Baker Street  . . t "-  -ScSX*-��� ���>' *���'  M-l,^   _���_'  /^&_^*=   ii/  #*. f-. ** li/  iCJift' ii ~-*V__  *..-.-, -j**Uf  0/  ���ALL 0  WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING IN  &Vp*i*-;  %%-  '  it*5.   _���'.  _���*=��.  1>*S*> *  $w  ||"?^*\i/ ^  WE' ARE SHOWING-THE.FINESTSTOCK.OF, RATTAN  '   __,��� .-GOODSEVER'SHOVYN IN THE dTY^      "' '  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  ff.  if.  to  few., > i  , ,ffr^i.'<_ . * . ���* 1   '  RllilMflATORSp r* hImmBcRs  I*; jr. " / ��Nb*w' ^ 'y��^^Y time 'toYget a [-bargain'_in . these' lines. as we  |V^>*''^must dispose of them all this month. If you want, one or  i-/*f-*\,l>;yjb>oth .of * these lines; the-price, won't hinder you.       '    '       <Y-  r.'i"       -j*1 *. **        ***/ '       - '*'i      ��� " '- - - ���       i '    -I  11  ' * - .^r *   * s . . . ,'    **  I l t . w������^���_^-._���_________________ ^  LAWRENGiE   HAI. DWARE   Od  I.    -.   -  Tr. '-���<>.  ii >������ j  ...  I_o.pox.er8 'and Sealers in Shelf and Heavy;Hardware  .IF. TOU WANT A PBEFEOT CUP OF TEA USE  _ii\__j____:  C__/\V��/  THE FAMOUS CEYLON  .. . '  For Purity and Flavor it is Unsurpassed  Retails at 40, 50 and 60 cents, per pound  Packed expressly for        \ ��� -   ���.  Wm.   Hunter   &  Co.  00N17E0TI1.G ST0EES AT  Silverton, Three Forks, Alamo and Phoenix  George C. Phillips has sent in his res-  isnation as second lieutenant m the  local company R. M. R., and has been  succeeded by N. T. MeLeod.  D. Wilson, provincial school inspector,  has returned from a trip to the town of  Lardo, for which point an effort is being  made-to secure a school.  Sheriff Tuck has left for Fernie,  where he will meet his wife and daughter, who are returning from an extended  trip to their former home in New  Bi unswick.  E. B. Phair has returned from a trip  to Fernie. He was highly pleased with  Fernie and its people, and says the town  offers better business openings at present than any other point in the province.  There is a rumor current on the  streets that mayor Fletcher purchased  a horse for the flre department at the  price of $275. The horse is said to be  just greased lightning, and the boys  are thinking  of  entering  him for  the  Cranbrook races. ,  . ���*  The subject for discussion at the next  meeting of the Nelson Socialistic Educational Club, will be "Theosophy and  Socialism," which will be introduced by  F. W. Pettit. The meeting will be held  in Miner's Union hall and will commence  at haif past three.  i    ' Tomorrow evening at Emmanuel  church there will be a special memoiial  service. Appropriate music will be rendered by the choir. A baritone solo will  be rendered by W. Caldwell." Rev. William Munroe will preach from the subject, "Mighty in Death."   '   ,  Demairs, the man who was injured at  the Silver King min. the other day  thiough being caught in'the drum of the  hoist, .is doing as well as could be expected at his home" on Mill street. The  accident happened through a sliver  in the cable being used upon the drum  of the hoist. The cable was slipping off  and Demairs tried to keep it on with his  hand. While thus "engaged a wire' sliver  from .the cable caught in 'his mitten  and drew him up from the drum. The  result was a dislocated shoulder as well  as a dislocated elbow," but had the hoist  not been stopped promptly-the results  would have been much, more serious. >  \ A horse attached,to ivtcFarland's delivery  wagon 'created; considerable  excitement  yesterday 'morning.   In  turning ,into one of the alleyways in the upper portion of the.city.the.rig became  upset, causing thej horse to take fright.  It.! came   down   Josephine, street   at  a  lively gait, dragging what' was left of  the wagon..    The" racket'frightened ,C.  Jeff's express Jeam^ff-hich, was standing  in front ot the Old, Curiosity Shop, and  also the horse.attached to the,J_ootenay  .Steam Laundry rig. For a'few moments  .there-, were  horses, going in* all  directions,   but -they, were  all   gathered  in  eventually with, very, little damage save  - tp * the , McFarland) delivery, wagon.    '  , Colonel Holmes will be in Nelson on  the" 10th, - llth,  and   12th  of the  nex.  month for the purpose of Inspecting the  members .of the' local company R.' M.  R;; and_ in cpnsequence^the officers of the  company are'doing all they canYto secure, as favorable, a showing as possible.1;  Active recruiting has been going on for  sometime and at present there are but'  four vacancies to be filled to' bring the  company ,up  to" its full  strength.* The^  difficulty   experienced   in. keeping   thof  company,up.to its strength in tlie past  has keen that recruits were sworn in  before it. was -ascertained whether the'  drill would*prove as attractive for tb_m'  as they v anticipated. For the future no-  new men will be gTyorn in until they'  c_n*make up their mind whether'they ���  will like the drill, and also whether they,  will have the time necessary for attending them. The officers of the-company  would like to secure four good men to  make up their strength and will be  pleased to meet any who desire to Join  the company at the armory on Monday  evening at 8 o'clock. Applicants will be  given a chance to see whether they like  the drill or not before being sworn in.  AT THE HOTELS.  PHAIR���J. MacKinnon, Sherbrooke;  G. A. Alexander, Kaslo; W. F. Allen,  Denver; Weina S. Tye, St. Thomas; D.  J. Tye, Gueiph; J. H. Tugo, Midway;  Mrs. Tugo and Miss Tugo, England; R.  W. Brigstock, Nelson; Henry Roy,  Rossland; F. J. Finucane, Greenwood;  E. J. Coyle, Vancouver; W. F. DuBois,  Arlington; Frank Darling, Vancouver;  G. W. Hughes, Alamo; R. C. McGuinnis,  Boston.   ���  QUEENS,��� Rev.   J.   S.   Thompson  Kaslo; W. B. Bennett, Sandon; Mrs.E.  Bennett, Spokane; A. Forrester, Robson;  Thomas   Benton,    Slocan;    T.    Gough,  Slocan. '  GRAND 'CENTRAL ��� F. Anderson,  Moyie; A". S. Smith, Ellinsburg; S. J.  Hoover, Fernie; J. B McDonald and H.  J. McGillivary, Ymir; James Lindsay,  Fire Valley.  MADDER���F.' E. Lyonmen, steamer  Kootenay; Alphonse Dandurand, Rossland.  TREMONT���Jataes   Anderson,   Erie;  C. Noonanv .Vancouver.  NELSON���J.  A.   Fraser,   Nanaimo.  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.1  H. BYERS  TO SPORTSMEN:  * _s_r tJsTw7:r^:^x:^dT^ sd;s* rr rivt  tsjssrsj^ in. ?_:_. "*- ***�� - ^^^x^z^  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  ANTHRACITE  COAL  For Stoves and  Furnaces  IF THIS DOESN'T~BRING:YOU  YOU'RE   OUT  OF  TOWN.  PERSONALS.  George W. Hughes of .Alamo Is in  Nelson.       ���;  W. F. Dubois, superintendent of the  Arlington mine, arrived in Nelson yesterday. ��� , '"-J/,:* -  D. A. E. Strickland, inspector of the  N. W. M. P.,-with headquarters in Dawson, pessed > through Nelson yesterday  on his way to Ottawa.  John H.' Murphy of Denver, Colorado,  attorney for the Western Federation of  Miners,'was in Nelson yesterday. He is  on a visit to Rossland looking into tlie  legal phases of the trouble between tho  Rossland miners' union and the Le Roi  and War EagleTcompanies.  F. J. Fiuncane, "manager of the Greenwood'branch, of the'Bank of Montreal  arrived in' Nelson on the evening train  last evening. He. says that railway construction is being pushed by both companies that are building into the Boundary, but that^there is still some difficulty in'securing men to* work on the  grade.   ,,;...,, ��� ;  _, .    Mining Becords.  , Certificates, of .work were yesterday  issued to,W. McArthur, on the First Relief; W. R." JV ill, on the Cariboo; U. V.  Keech, on the "Mother Lode; Louis Will,  on the Yellow-Jacket;! Syracuse, Touch-  me-Not, Big Quartz and'.Eric; and Wil^  liam Lawr, on the Rebecca. I *  Delivered or on Tracl^  in any Quantity.  LEAVE ORDERS  WITH  Chas. A. Waterman & Co.  14andl5K.W..C. Block .  ORDER   EARLY   SO   AS   TO  GET   PROMPT  DELIVERY'-  OUR GENUINE RETIRING SALE  We  are1  HOUSEHOLD  FURNITURE  Spectacles   ���-, ,'a  or Eyeglasses  ���"'  *- ��� [ *       * *  ' We can .show you a fine  assortment of ; styles in  spectacle ware of different  quality and* price. Every  pair fitted free of. charge;  and guaranteed. *  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  ,  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES '  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES "  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  ,  ,, ��� GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  ' GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  ��� . GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  ,  ' f,  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  ���J     THEY ARE THE BEST      .  You can get them at *      *''*��� ���  JVIcDONALD'S  Baker'Street.-'   '     '   .       -   -    ~~   '   *.  ~r ��� -      ���   ^ *************it*im****��  I'HL H. PLAYFORD & CO. 1  Shall   stand   as a   record-breaker   for   time   to   come    '  would rather  count  dollars  than goods.    Therefore  we   ������-  going to trade everything for dollars   that   we   possibly ' can. I  That is why our stock .of Clothing and   Gents' Furnishings,'  are going to be sold at such low prices. jj  These prices show the extent of the reductions: '  Mens' Tweed Pants, worth $3.00 for $2.50.   -  , Mens' Worsted Pants, worth $4.00 for $2.75.  Mens' Blue Beaver Overcoats, worth $12 for $8r'    '���  Mens' Grey Tweed OvercSats, worth $12.50 for $8.50.  Mens''Serge and   Tweed   Suits,   former  price   $14  and  $16, now'$9.50 and $10. ., * :  See our Mackinaw Coats at $3.50 usually .sold   for  $5. ]  7 lb. Canadian Grey Blankets now $2, worth $3.50.  All Rubber goods at cost. ,     * .   .'  t   "  A personal inspection'will convince you. , ,  MADDEN r BLOCK  NELSON.'   ;  - 1  f.    BROWN BROS  Opticians and Jewelers.  g TOBACCO   AND  9 MERCHANTS.  9  9  *    9  5 P.O. Box637.  *********************f.f.*<t*  9  9  9  9  9  ���-. -,        9  9  . * tti  a,  - *  CIGAR jjj  Hi  '_>  ti  9  9  9  ,   . 9  Telephone 117. 2  BAKER STREET, NELSON,  AJJGTI0N SALE  DRY GOODS  GENTS ' FURNISHINGS  BOOTS AND  SHOES  HATS AND CAPS ,  OUR NEXT  AUCTION SALE  WILL BE HELD ON  nj-ALu  BAKKR STREET  N_*LSO_J  sw  r  [XT___nxt_______r_i_t________i___iix__u__;_i_-ri_ n;rriTTTTn_i_n:T_ti_r_rT-iT-rTTTT-T.TrTT.TTT-.rrTTrrI?jIII^  THE   PROSPECTORS   EXCHANGE!  No. 4, K. W. C Block, NELSON, B. C. ��  Gold, 811. er-Lead and Copper Mines iv anted at tbe Exchango.   > ��  Free Milling; Oold Properties wanted at once for Blastern Investors.        H  Parlies ha. lug mining proporty for sale are request _d to sond Kn.njple. of tholr ore tothe g  iix-chungo for exhibition, wa deBire to hear from all prospectors who have promlsinst mineral n  claim, in British Columbia. ��� - E  Prospectors and mining men are requested to make the Exchange their headquarter, whenv _  in Nelson. c  All tamplea shonld bo sent by express, Prepaid.  Correspondence solicited. p  Address all communication, to ��  Telephone 104 ANDREW  F.  ROSENBERGER, _  P. O. Box 700 Nelson, B. C. I  xxruxS  . i_____xrrrTTrirrci_i__criTrTTi_r____riTTrTT-rTTTTT-t-_i J_ixii__m ____x_z______  ROSSI-.AIVD   I_5IVaiINEERIIV*Q   WORKS  CUNLrFFl.  & MeMILiLAI-. '  Acting under Instructions from Edward Cave-Browne Cave, the undersigned will offer by public auction, at  Ills residence, corner of Hall and Observatory streets, on  TUESDAY, SEPT. 24, 1901  at 2 o'clock p, m.  The whole of his very desirable household furniture and effects, consisting-of  iron bedsteads, bamboo center tables,  extension dining tables, dining and  wicker chairs, silverware, silver-tip bear  mounted floor rug, fishing tackle, garden  uten_il3, kitchen utensils, etc., etc.  intending purchasers should take the J  street car as far as Latimer street, and  follow sidewalk to the place of sale.  Terms cash.  CORPORATION OF THE CITY OF NELSO/.  Tenders for Wharf Eepairs.  AND  The  city council  invite  tenders  for repairing and cnlar_lns 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 cpuncl'  does not bind itself tp accept the lowest  or any tender which vtfyy be aent In. '  'By order,  J. K. STRACHAN, City Clerk.  Nelson, B. C, September 14th, 190L  INSPBANCB BBpKERS  Agents for Trout Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition,   ���  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J. Taylor safes.  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's-time without interest  Ward Bros.  333 "West Baker Street, Nelson.  SATURDAY E.VENING  NOTICE.  The time for receiving'tenders for the above  work has been extended nnlll 4 o'clock on Monday, September 23rd.  . J. K. STRACHAN. City Clerk.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 285,  FOR SALE  5000 Treasury Shares In the Similkameen "Valley Coal Company, Limited.  50,000 Treasury Shares in the Royston Gold Mines, Limited.  Choice lots in Bogustown.  Properties in all parts of the City.  Apply to  KEGIWALD J. STEEL  BAKER STRKKT  AT 8 O'CLOCK  MEANTIME ALL GOODS  ARE BEING SOLD BY  PRIVATE SALE AT  LESS THAN  WHOLESALE COST  FE  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  0&EJ OARS, okips, cag-ce, ore bin doors, chute* and general wrouprht Iron work.    Our ore care are  _;___�� hAflt;on ..Iim m*__*___._;   . V\rHI_r. hr fnr rpfH_-_.nf.AA ______ full _____���_ fen _-_���__  -Ic ,___       Kock drills, stoping  the bent on tliH market  , Wr_|,o us for references and full parlicu arn.  SECOVD HANDMACH1VFBY FOR SAl.E.-Onc 6-foot Polron wnterwhecl,width600feet. "8 to 16"   ' *  ���* **-J   -"  **��� ���*��� ��� **-  ���"��� *  -"���   ��� -3/.lr_lH    Tt. 11 __(-_>_���  CiriL liir-v   ���)*_��������_>__ _>_.-!_    J_fll_ .  0. .. WATERMAN & CQ.  AUCTIONEERS  Rooms 14 and J5 K. W, Q. PlooK.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  spinal riveted pipe,  ban-, Sec., fto  l.i_-x.-jl-_  j-.rii.gj_j.u.��� uuv.rjvuuriuiu_ m.wiwim'l  Ont) U__*__3 outside packed plunder sinking pump  AGEJMTS NGKTMILY PUJflPS  JR. O. Box isa  n-a. STOOiK  CABRIfiD. J otxr. i��i.  ir not. same will bo pt ���_ ���  NOTIOE,  Owirfi t'. ahaturo la ncnacreraent al' accounts  due ttiu liny I Humo Co_ui>ii-ii>, JJd.iuiwt l��  jw��ld to hid o i or bet.uv 'h. SHit dny nt Sep en-,  bar, 1901.   It not, same will bo placed in tbo 1  Office;. T-wo Doors West C. P. R. Office.  WEST TRANSFER GO.  N. T. -MCItf-m Manager.  All Kinda of Teaming aud Transfer  Worfc,  Agents for Hard and Soft Coal.  Imperial Oil  Company.   Waahlogtgn Briuk, Lfee & ajanu-  raat .ririg Company.  General __mme_cialagents  and broke*-.  __.Uoo-U.and wood strictty cash <m deUrerjr.  SHEEIFP'S SALE.  Province of Brltir-h Columbia, Nelson   West  Kootenay.   To wit:  Under and by virtuo of a Warrant of Execution issued oat of the Small Debts Colirtof Grand  Porks. B. Cat the suit of the Helber Brewing  Company, plaintiffs, and to me directed ngainst  the goo-is and chattels of Edv\ arJ Dufour, -lofen-  (lane, I have seized and taken in execution all the  right, title and interest of the s.id dofou���ai>t,  Edward Dufour. in the mineral claim known as  and called "N. Bonaparte." sitnai e closo to Craigtown. and a re-location of the Surprise mineral  0 0i  07L/  ZfiMs  440Aj*��-fi0A/6u/ ���pJMsCtS*  and called "N. Bonaparte." sitnai e closo to Craigtown. and a re-location of the Surprise mineral  claim, located op tho ninth day of November.  A       Tl        _(_T__     n*..!   MnA#v��._lx_3   J��   4.X. _r.   .iD..   __._!__��� -nr.  '���B^^^^^^yi^i^r-y^y.^ ^*/'^r??--;-^^Vv-*f>^-*rAvT^?^-f --?i.  ."j^'CTv5-'*Sir     . 4-v-..-"  \\ts3aawsmw.  8ffl88��84Ba^wS__j  *    r_  *._._z_r*  w.   ^   ***v  ��*mm**  **t��j   Wl   ."uvtuiiuer,  A. D.. ifipp and reoorded in the office of the Mining Recorder for the Nolson Mining Division of  the Went Kootenay District, on the fourth day of  November, a. D., 1901 to rocover tho sum of  sixty-seveo dollar-*, and interest on tho said sum  from the twenty-first day of August, A.D., 1W01,  at the rate of five per centum por annum, bosides  sheriff's poundngo, offer's fee. ar\i all othor legal  incidental expensos, all of *wbioh I shall oxpose  for sale, or sufflqient th<srcn{ to satisfy said jjudg���  ment. debt* ����\d ��o-.ts at my oiHoe, no_t to the  Ckn*rk House in the CJ_y of Nelson, on Thursday.  ��he2_t,hday of September, loci, at the hour of  eleven o clock in the forenoon.  NOTE���Intending pin_ha*.ers will satlpfy them-  selves as to interest and t!Ue of tbe e��id de.'cn-  HONDI TEA.  J. A. MM & CO.  The best In the market, in 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  Oe a Pound  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS, Houston Block, Baker Street.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O, BOX 527,  X_IX_CI1?__3X3.  CHARLES HILLYER, President. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Hare just iecoived3,(K'0,n00fcot of log; from Waho. and wo arp preparr. t,r*<!rn. tho largest billE��  of timbo** of any flimeiisi'm. or lengths. Kstima.esgiv.n at any time 'thi inrjjost stook of sash-  doors, and mouldings in Kootenay. '  ^^^^^^^VySSW"-  COAST LUMBER OF AIX KINDS ON HAND  BbexlK U Boom Ksitaaajy.    j OFJlCi; AND YABDS: COIUSKU SAVk AN0 JFEONT STREETS.  ,Vjg^��-gB^  +*_rv-*i-  ���-  -f^l��iT*ir^'J\��~ * ^^li.n^j.Siittr'   "-1  lV*^^  ' ��� ? __     *r* -^*< .  ��� rv ^,r-v^*��-  _, ���^JJ-t'^ _?-7'*��uf*_��--*TM? "iir *  J?-W--��Ji-.-*J���.


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