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 /.  ���,v  Vi  I  II.?  p.'  ���*.  ESTABLISHED 1892  TUESDAY, MOBNlira-,  OCTOBER  1,  1901  BESPECT1 LAW  NEW MINERS FIGHT UND-  . ERGROUND IN JOSIE. .  A HUNDRED MORE MISSO UKIANS'  ARRIVE AT NORTH-  PORT."  ROSSLAND.* September 30.^-[Special  to The Tribune.]���A disgraceful fight  ��� occurred in the 600-level of the Josle on  Saturday, night between the shift boss  and^some dozen or more of the new miners, ending in the boss being pretty  roughly handled and having to slcip to  the surface. 0 The class of miners heretofore at, work at the mines here have  always obeyed the unwritten law which  prohibits fighting underground under all  and any circumstances, but the Missou-  rians, apparently, have no regard for  - mining laws, written or unwritten.  Some 75 of the Rossland miners have  -returned from outside camps,in the past  three, days.    None . of them',   however,  have gone to work.  ' Mr. Frecheville has.been at the Le Roi  offices all ,day, but -has made no state-  ' ment' at the present' time of his' intentions.'   " ���, \   y ���  '���-   Another- consignment   of a   hundred  Missourians arrived at Northport' yes-  ���terday, and some, of the men have como  here direct today.   The union, are getting very impatient over, the" delay of  the. Dominion -government in" enforcing  the Alien Labor Act, but until-William's  report reaches Ottawa no.move'need be  expected here."    j-       ' '  The charge of embezzlement preferred  by the postoffice department against W.  _H. Lewis' of Trail, .whoVis - accused . of  taking a'registered, letter   packet containing   several  hundred ' dollars   from  -   the Trail postoffice, was. gone into be--:  <forb .police   magistrate   Boultbee   this'  afternoon.   The.cpurt sat from 2 o'clock  , until ' nearly  6~ when - an "'���adjournment  was   had, until-tomorrow.'-'"Postmaster  Brown of Trail and Miss "Jones, .a clerk  In the Trail postoffice,-.v. eie the .-only  ,witnesses" examined today.*:?<Ther'whole  matter,,turns .op-whatihas,become' of a  ���-* lost', package,, which .hasiijyysteriously.  disappeared.. .Lewis's .friends -are.;confr  ���     _*_._ +   -.tint ���> tlit.   'it. oe-fHr. nf Inn ���- will J pi. m  schooner G.  W.  Roberts,  who  arrived  yesterday, tell a sad tale of shipwreck.  Their vessel was bound from Sydney to  Cupid's Conception loaded with a cargo  of coal. Whon eastwaid of the Island of  St.   Pierre   she   lost   her   rudder   in a  heavy breeze and became unmanageable.  She managed to. reach Hollgate, between  the islands bf '��... Pierro and" Micuelon.'  Three men went ashore for a tug to  tow them to St. Pieire. The captain and,  two  men  remained  in  the  ship.  Two  ���hours elapsed before a tug was secured ���-  and wtien she reached the place where  the vessel';was left there was no trace  of tho vessel.  Tho "supposition is that  the schooner foundered with the captain and the two men on board   The  captain's name was Stanley Cooke? and  the names of the men were William Adams and Thomas Ashward. Three hours  after the survivors landed at St. Pierre  a pilot boat picked up some wreckage  which was identified as belonging to the  G. W. Roberts.  '.  SESSION OFCITY COUNCIL:  By-Law .Given-Six Months'. Hoist." %,  At the meeting of the city council last;  evening the local, improvement by-law,)  which had for its object the introduc^  tion of the frontage'tax system for'the]  carrying'on'of improvements, was'giveriy  a six months "hoist,  which  effectually:  disposes of it as far as the''present icoun-^  oil is concerned. This by-law, which had)  been-advanced several stages, has; been?  shunted forward from month to month;!  It  was  down  for  reconsideration  last.  ovening and alderman Selous, who has;  stoutly'opposed it from the start, moved!  that it be reconsidered at a special meet-S  ing to be held on the'evening*of"Wed-*  nesda'y,' November 20th. This was sec-f  onded by alderman Paterson.       -, ,,   y  Alderman Gillett l-esented this'.rea.4  month ln his present salary of $75. He  added that he had received, an' offer of  this amount, and requested 'the council  to accept his resignation' forthwith "If  the members could not see their way  clear   to   meeting   the   advance.   The  council decided to accept the resignation, and applications will be called for  a���new driver'for the flre,team, at $75  per month, to be in for the next meeting of the council.   - .     y_    Z  Norman T. MeLeod had a request be-  . fore',the council .for'assistance for'the  Nelson Rifle Association in connection  jWltli the "annual i meeting "of the associa-'  tion at the ranges this month. Alderman  ySelous ' opposed -'the * request.-on' the  ground that the city had betteVpay its  idebts  before "putting 'up ;for* prizes lof  any kind. "This was seconded'.by alderman" Madden and carried.,      -.<   . ;*>  ?^  'Mayor Fletcher stated that* owirig 'to  the ."burning out of one ot-- the armatures in-one of the dynamos'last week  yhe'b��dYbejenYobliged;to make!fa_t_3mpor-;*  Yaryi^riaHgement^withithe?:^West.Kb'bt--"  yenayy' yPoiver Vt & Y-Light: Company .for.'; a?  ; supply,#f ��pbwer;^The y dyi__mb'- JiaidiZip).  Y^e :sentytoYSpbkane ytb ���'��� be; rewound -and^  ���HP^ss:: soinethingCwas ��� donec.the resident  'tiar portion tofythe. city. wouldSl_e: with-|  ^PuU-Hght^JfbirJ's.ten^day^  ZFhe ymanagem'ent;6'f ������th^Ypowe'r'vcompahy^  hadymetithe'-cityih^ very frieha.ly?s��iriti;:  *andThe^had -nbytibubt but\that7arrange-;  ^Jrieirt. ^uld.J}e;arriyeft^  yPanjfenow^-forYysupplying'^ucK  Power -_duringy;they!winterYymo;rithsV:as:  B._.��--Re$r_.q^  ,?0ufeP*.:iadyantagebusitb-it^  y-.to"aie-s'y:McPrie^;?;ci-^  ftPprtedu thafrat?- the- time: "of .the-accident.  :;to jthe*.armatu*-eyair',bf 'the:machiriss.iri:  IANCOUYEBITES  f.  4-  HOBNOBBED YESTERDAY  ;..   WITH ROYALTYJ V  .. t ���*_.  '!"{ f  , *��� *       V *        ' >' ** <  THE DUKE AND'DUCHESSOF.TORK  ��'   '.WERE,GIVEN A" COiElDIAL  '. it  '_<"*  (WELCOME.  >t.y    . -     ���      h'    '  ^VANCOUVER; -September 30.���[Spec-  I'P??BPJeti^^  i*?��I^^-*?.4��-. '^0^pn^im^^li0^in:  ���;;-withY;hY(3r;to  5.*.*;--C-fr'i,'**^5?':-*-*���-.-'.;���** -.-*._*���->-* ���*. ���V*/,***-- '���*. v,**Y.:**y.*. .. ���.������; -**������ ���-..:  fandJ ithe^seastern; V; Canadian?;. Doliticians \  as  mipolitlciansv  |TabMr4��i-ly?,dY_iaifY^  hadjpn^y/justipulled; out; off tKey platforms  tack, upon the vault with soldiers on  guard or near at hand. It is believed that  the military  authorities  will  make a  thorough ..investigation. There are unconfirmed rumors that the shot was fired  on account, of an��� accidental fall, and  a so that it-was the result of personal-  differences. The ofHcers~ln charge early  instructed soldiers not to talk of the affair. jThe statements, of the "guard on  Sunday night were made in the presence  of the officers and with their knowledge.  CANTON,, Ohio; September ^.-Captain Riddle, ..commanding the. guard.at1  West Lawn cemetery, said today-, after  a careful  investigation:   "I think the'  ���sentinel deceived--himself in'the occurrence.   I, don't, think. it probable that  an attack,, such"as he'/stated, actually  occurred.-When daylight came we could  nnd no evidence of a struggle " ������ -   ��� ,   ������  -     t  .     : '* ,    j  ;���   Fighting, Desperately.,; .  ,   ."'  v;':**-5^S-0i^*_^^^  .Srfl.&?^$^deYai|fa��t&^  ;;-S��?S^*^,��?^^.-^  .".^II��''1*-^,1,M^^������ '''^--'���-���.'��.1iil__i'i,'.'i'"''C*^Ji*���/Jr��.v'<":i=. !:-.-;V;'-*:i. .  ; daily: .EDiTioifi  ���7_m,r\_-__*\ri+miA__,'nf-UHMn'^-r.*ZiV?.'n\\_--_^  SSTT-iwaae*: �����'��?..:��l'-.S'V*'!-;'j;*'*^j:',<'> ��� .-��-��*, ��*.���)��  j^ur^rintendent^Mar^ie::^:T^  ..B.i_reetB4'bn|the'|rputji^  s�� r_rs=t�����s_. r --z^^^mz  -_or.i,in��*v.nn!i!__.i-fc,.j- *  ,'..     . ���.-" -^  dent that * the investigation ��� ��� will  - Jiim im the ^matter.    _    . "��� "f"-.". - ���" -'  clear  Three Carloads of Strike-Breakers <  .NORTHPORT,"  Wa&uington;   Septehi-  i  "ber 30���[Special'-to The Tribune:]���Deputy Unitedl States marshal Oliver G-..  Lamb arrived here Saturday: afternoon  on a Great Northern special, 'bringing  With him another' shipment of 95 strike  breakers   from   Joiilih/' Missouri.   The  train was run past the depot' without  stopping, 'and the new  men were unloaded -at the works of the Northport  Smelting & ,ReflninS Company without  an incident of note. The new men are  ' undoubtedly    intended    for    Rossland,  ibut   the- company   cannot   take   them  L*hrough direct on account of the Alien  j^'bor Law.  The men are given work  her.-* **or a time at wages less than are  paid   in Rossland, and as 'a consequence  they __ oon*quit and cross the line to seek  _work'Srt_Rosslan(l7_Pl'ol)al,1yi30()_to~400"  of the vY'60 men hired  by the smelter  within th-' Past ^n weeks have followed  this course'' aud are now in Rossland.  ment-^of the by-law. He intimated' that.  he saw in* the {repeated adjournments:;1  an attempt to kill the by-law. In reply-  alderman^Selousjacknowledged the corn.i  He reminded alderman Gillett that* hei  had  consistently- opp__ed  the measure,!  and added .that lie-would tako the great-'  est'pleasure in 'withdrawing/-'with the'  consent   of   his; seconder,   the   motion ���  which, he had made and substituting one  .whichy would -kill tlie by-lawveffectually.'  Majror .Fletcher expressed himself as'  of  the' 'opinion .;that' the frontage tax  question was one which N\rould-. have, to  :be taken, up by: the" council at'some-time  -lf -tbe'ra^pjiyjeis ���did-iiof wish'".to 'have'  .their-taxes doubled." If tlie"'motion' was'  ��� carried to give the by-law a six month's  hoist- it .could be; taken up next year by  the succeeding council."     -'<"    ' >������-  . Alderman Selous, then_withdrew .his'  .former  motion   and   moved" the-hoist.  ..This was seconded.by-alderman Pater-  carrying?100;light_gabbve-theirYnbminal  ,capacity.yAll :told .the "present-ioad;tipbii<  ^the;machinesywasy700;lights.*aboveYt__eir*:  pominalfcaipaci.yJiMd^ir-^a__iti^  ythishtherey;werehapplicationsSin*f6r .iSO'1  j a3ditionalylightsriy.This,y: hey sa.idS':would^  c.bring -the '���: present*;demand- upbhYth��.city*'  iP'antflto 7900XU ghtsKabbveSthSSiiiominall  ;:;capacity^jfithe|machines.Y.jpr  Y^^sYof Z t-h^mayorYiiiYcoMectibn^itli?  4.*ne,:^rariger__^_Ym^eYfb_yt-i^'p^  Y^RQraryJsei-yice] it -is: likely;ftliat?anJbf^  Y^^^llJbeifo-^hfcaSingYfrom-jtl^^  ycbmpanyYtbY.. U-jplyothe^ity^itirKs^li*  .^^P1 u. .PPwer^asjJittmayi-requi^  -WmYbe^considered^ifccbi^  Yeyer^ahd fj regulations . were !c_.rHed^out;  Y-t-S^SS. ??Py?Z. 'Asithe YrjoyalWrainKpulled^  :-i"h--'r-^d;Jvr_\roJ1 .'.'isolii^j-k'f- A_��'^o _r"Y'���_ ������__'YU_'_--'.|J__ !_'���*��� v.  ,, ...^  ....  ..   ....    ssuperblysdec-v  orated,.and tbe harbor scene joined with'  .theJbne}bK/stibrei^ade_tb^  :?.eve_ . aeSri-" 1 fi _Vo rinniiwi��t.*f:iifiivJ_Mi.'sCHji'Si��jSi  MzmBm  ZTZiW  -mm  son   who lemarked that it would  Much interest is taken here in the attitude of the C 'anadian authorities on this  question, and it is felt that they have  not enforced tL'e law very strictly.  Underwent a Hard Experience.  VANCOUVER, S-fptember 30.���[Special to The Tribune..]���Fred  Larone,  a  1 French Canadian, arrived   here   today  from the North by th e steamer Comox,  after undergoing a frig'htful experience.  Ho was lost in the woods back of Wulf-  Isohn bay for 4G days, and during that  time lived   on   berries" and   bark.    He  ]t.illed a porcupine once and lived on its  meat for four days.   It took* him a week  nfter he first heard the whistling of a  logging engine at the shore to crawl on  . liis hands   and. knees to   the ' railway  . track.   He weighed 210 pounds when he  was lost*and now weighs only 140, losing 70 pounds.   He was long ago given  up as lost.  Receipts and Shipments-  NORTHPORT,   Washington,   September 30.���[Special to The Tribune.]���For-  ' the week ending Saturday, tho following  were   the  ore  receipts  at  th'e  smelter  from the Le Roi mines at Rossland:  Tons.   Car. .  September   23     9       249  September  24    10       238  September  26    10      230  ���September 27 ..'  8       225  September 28    10      231 I  Total    47     1173  --���ft           ��� -."-*. .-<--     -.iic-v,    _L     VVUU1U    glVe  the .Incoming council a cnance to wrestle  with 'the question.   . ,     ;  Mayor" Fletcher remarked that it' was  evident that the'members of,the council were becoming tired of by-laws, but  alderman Gillett would riot accept-'the  hoist, so easily. He .thought the council  should^ at least have an-expression',of  opinion ori the question.   -  Alderman   Selous   rejoined 'that   the  members of the council had had .the bylaw before them for several'months and  if there had been any uesire on the part  of  the  members  to  press   the  by-law  the desired expression of opinion could  have been secured. Alderman Hamilton  -assented-to-tliisr-Personally-he-said_he  had endeavored to' understand the bylaw as the-result of a number of readings of it, but he had  not succeeded.  In fact he had not been able to _raso  its provisions so leadily as those of his  .cemetery   by-law.   Alderman .Paterson  s:_id he -was in the same fix. The motion giving the by-law the six month's  hoist was then put and carried," all of  the members voting in the affirmative,  with the exception of alderman Gillett.  Tenders for the repairing of the city  wharf were opened, but as they were,not  in such shape as "enabled the'city council to understand them, it was decided  upon motion of alderman Selous to have  tho mayor work them out and accept  whichever he considered the most advantageous. The tender of D. McArthur  & Company was based on measurements.  It was $17.50 per.thousand feet of lumber  required,   including   lumber,   iron,  and labor, with piles at the rate of 20  cents per foot. D. B. Murray had two  tenders in covering the original and al-  tcrnstive  plan.  The  first was  for  the  lump sum of $1493, and the-second" for  ?1269.  Harryt Stutter had  a tender  in  for J845, and John Toye had a tender  in for S890. '.  In some .-discussion that follewed the  reading of the tenders it was decided  that it would be better to have the new  deck laid on the old planks with a view  to securing stability,' it being understood  that, the surface of the same'should be  dressed up and planks that weie too  much worn replaced.  The report of the, finance committee  recommending the payment of the current accounts as well as the city's half  of the architect's second estimate upon  ,-.*,,-,���._,_-   -,..-.- w-,M^i|lii|@|li._i_lp  ": ZZ^W^:^^W^r.^P^^'^0$yEWe^Z  ��_^��^:_?ti.?$  .whgi^c^um^  ':*.?|(?PJro^^  .^^rica^Ciip^  rhighe^ypitcj^as.^  :preme'cm boardJtheErin.^dvSkamroci^'  :asyit?isYwith_all. yachtrrifen.. ^here"i��i to-  be-a triangularjlOYmileitbYaYleg, a beat;  s'tpswin^wardyarid'theytwo-rea^^  yruri.and^a-reach-'-this^  UnSyupbnYtheYwirid.:-'^YTher start may*be  L expected _ abputff 11:30-:--':o-ciobte .^Ay. rat-:  :.tlirig ^indYwith_-Ut*Ytboy-'m^  the Y conditions y; ori;; YtheM"course Y: today,  ywhile; thej two ya,etits;, layyati^arichor in;  : Sandy YHookYY' It -iwas�� sucti;S. aYY day * as'  ymade the. sailors; on both the challenger  arid?defender furious. -:YSir iThorrias -Lipton called; it .ShamrockY:weather,   arid  said thatjWith'suchYYa;'clinkingybreeze  ^mo^^h^^quldij^ely^giTOAthelcup^  "alift.. .On board ColumbTaTthe_?was no  boasting, but; a   comfortable degree of, I  confidence; and aycertainty?ti_at_if Ythe'  defender wins . tomorrow,Y there;;;will be  nothing in; it out three straights. .  The crews  of "the yachts- jvere: kept  busy,--as - the: racers ..laid^at.their moorings " inY Sandy Hook,: mpstYofithe iday  overhauling,, the standing sand "running  gear and sails. ' They were, getting the  big.'.-racirig crafts; inYtheYbest-possible  trim yfpr?ywhat all; believe'willVbe the  greatest of, sailing���the,,30-miIe congest  qyeratriarigular course.Jtis said Shamrock isyto: have a new mainsail' and jib  for tomorrow's' race, but no move "was  madcic-during the day to change these  sails.,. Some   jibs; were   hoisted" arid  stretched  arid  some wire rigging was  spliced  and  served.   Captain.Sycamore  and sailmaker Rattray were in "conference during the day, arid it was agreed  that a grand ; strong. breeze from "the  northwest, or y southeast,:,with;. sin'ooth  water, is what the -Shamrock wants for  the triangular track,.  Mr. Jameson and designer. -Watson  came to the city early'andremained"all  day. Sir Thomas Lipton, when asked  'what weather heywbuld like said:- "Give  us- *.- a : good scupper I., breeze "from Vi the  northwest, and'I'm sure Shamrock will  win. She is very fast on the reach,* and  in smooth water or 'a sea she will go  well." - -  iTh-sy^ei-e''sir. Hibbert" and "lady ^Tupper v;  colonel and Mrs./. Warren,' George* McL.'-*  !^r��^S5iiJ_SFY;YGa-.den#M^iyP^  ^^^".-������et-hSYadm  ;.cersYP*.��.*heYnavy#had*.beerif:  ���^<vd,uke��walked:_albrigeiri��frbritsW^  vguard';o_y__.rior ot;blueYjacketsi|and'then.  ?ppppsit_j(theirfibiirited. pbliceyvntimlpwiiig*-  ���65/ in charge of, major Perry, arid-eight  S0^^?^"^. "-dukieY theiywalkedilback ftp.  YtheY:rpyai!-carriag. ,f^  iimm;^iatelfestarted-UR^towri,Ya!t^brI_i__;  ^tr(^-^Sir^ilfred..andStheYbbii__t&  :.Mi ntpi;Beirigi;iri; the. lea;diiig?carr ia'g&%sil  *they^came4uiii;tli_3vstitibrt;h  ??Mr ?^cer^aM|38 'i men yvroiirided. fin1  ���; ^WWim-: menSareferriissing^of Ywhiciis  ::"}!^^rYS^yYarevbeliev^ltb.have^eeri?  . kiUed^or .wounded.;-The Boer icommand-  |s^^Ybj^fMtpda^pThl-e|^^i_b*:  ^building;<-il^w^5^00^l^^ered??_^i_Yf  .1 Stance ���';��� ThelBoineSwas i'-bpeirited^ibiS-tlie-  H^-PS-._3flerate;^eteraris^of��th^  -:Geor_riar.hn-y_ri.iTQi.Qn.v.v^':iiwj,._.__-_,> .._i.iv.  ���?6r the-Winter ���-will   be  depends, very  largely upon how the property continues /to open up' and the condition-of  the metal market - Mr.-Retallack saya  the outlook   in -the- Slocan 1 is <much'  brighter than it has   been   forJ some  time. The  most   important 'matter- In  connection with mining during the past-  few days has been the strike at the Surprise mine.    On this'property"-a'-new  ledge has been discovered, and so^.far  proven for a depth'of 50 feet'. ,It con-'  slsts of an ore body from;18'inches*to  2,,feet in width, which assays-up close  tp 300..ounces silver to the'ton.-. People  who have been at .the property say it is  - one of the prettiest showings in> a' dis-1  trict noted for good' showings."; The  vein has been traced for'a considerable  distance on, the. surfaced andiitls said'  rthat thetNobl-,_Five ground catches' a'  good dealiof.lt:   Work "at the\Noble  Five is1 going ahead 'weirand' confidence  v in ;,this gwellrknown; propertyi is.''rapidly^  ybeirig-:resi6red.����^  ���*_--%._-&'c��_.{';V.-'V.**'-**'''*w^^^  tMdH-v     I9___  ii&iki.  i^^_fr?.:,V*--_*.j-*iy^  v    ir/^l;^. ,'S'3,}*g'l2  ._,____.  .' ^T     ; . -J T*l,rr!   -T    -J  Sj-tHnfto  AD?S:T0 .BRBWKlfebrai  *"      _��_____.__%���   *>"'      * * If; _l_&  r.twmzmssmm  -   -    ���>     r   ' -^ ty<?i^.*3ffim  BEPOBTS ;^BE abNFLlOTimW  indicate 'LoaaiMLim'  i&ZftryM  f:ZJtepM$Z$��^  ���Zi0Z!Moi^idi^ZZ  thef^ntre^jcpnipanyipf!: the ?RbyalJCrin^  fadiite^giffi^-^  ;sitipi^n^i-1^sifi>Pe^sG^i^^  .i--'-'.lT.l-*;-3S.-^,tf��-i-W���^Ki*-.-.-:f-a^  tiing^ne^toir^?;Pr^oria-ixis 'nbwshpme xra;  |leav(^|a^e^e|H^^  yan^;si>eaks|__|ttie|ii_gl^  been done captain'Aims'tforig-Vaid that  ��wlieri^'*w"*'",'---"--~-';j-"-^-^^  authbritie^^g^t*ca_r^tb|  ^a_nirig*a^t|ftK^G^uritryJ|fsii^^  :sugges^d|t__i^a^���^^etc^^  ... . ^;bejbu'ilt^froml?Johannesburg7:  .'���^-StliefVtea^rive:^^  ?beine��f acceri tedsSwof m-Sifn _��tnr'. iii SSS?  Sp^^^SP|appai^tlytkfic^ii^Ht-^  r;ot^vrhRmht^Winm:S^^^&ii��^t'i^'_f'S��^^a  i-begari%^e^rig^ndS.sl-butingvt^^  -l_s^^.^l^l^i^^|^pwn'fetpJtheyt"'""' '"  -���.....-.. ...........��� - ���. .-.,   - -..-_- Coiir-tv  gHpuse^_vhere the, ycivic iaddressjwasfpre-^  y��^nted?ib^_na3.br:*;Tbwriley.i..Th���r;c_o.^  : was thickest atjthisvpbirit arid^the crushh���  ;i^yas firitet^Y^/prieybi. the^particular-dec-.  iP^ti(rasyyat;. theyCburty House 1-wasY the.  yJananese^archif easily ?y the y finest _ sigtrt \  4_:tbe;city.^,Tli1siduke'srreply> was; briei-  *;and .\fbrmal*;v4pdYmlostYbfYtliieytime was'  _*.!* .n '���������.UP.'Virif shaking^liands -of the royal.  yguests.^Theprbcessibn then went down :  ;Hastirigsystreetft6wards.'. the * east* endy;  returningFtrirbugh^Cprdbva street, then  to:the:drill?hall;; where/theidiike operied  ythe, hall:;and;ipreseritedf'jriedals -to Soiitlii  Y^f "can; her pes.*. Lunch. was 'served atYt  o'clock ������ in;ythe;. .different .apartments *of!  . they drill i*shed;f-In ��the Yafterribori  the  .-.artyyweritvforSaidriveYtb^the Hastings'  : sawmill,-arid ,later,-to'<Stanley;park.    :'Z\  Z7-;/,C6rriirig*.'dbwn'.rfrom; Karnlbops, guards  iwere in "sight^^ne.:;after; ��� another   all*  along. the llrie'.|. andjystood at- attention  ^th_-lanterns^and#flags=4as=the-trair-  passed.    This was particularly Remark--  ;ed by theyduchess. Y? ;, !  i?iliiiill  Newark, New Jersey, and San Francisco were: 4 cars bullion to the former  and 7 cars ore to the latter.  Tlio receipts from Nelson en route to i the high school building, was read and  i adopted. In connection with the school  i .stimate mayor Fletcher informed the  council that the provincial government  had   expressed  its   willingness!  to  pay  I the whole ot the successive estimates  I of the architect up 'to the amount of  ?5000: In view of fliis the school trus-  The  Countess Laid the Corner-Stone  REVELSTOKE, September 3.0,���[Spec-  'ial to The Tribune.]-The corner-stone ! tees V<_ ItWL^t IZ V����Ltr-m  of Queen Victoria, hospital. was   jald ' ��3?**$ W&�� l��f %l.*t���*  yesterday by lady Minto before a Jarge  ���concourse, which then adjourned to  welcome the duke and duchess at -the  station. Everything massed off well, the  "weather was perfect  Schooner Foundered and  Lives Lost,'  ,   >ST. JOHNS, Newfoundland, September  30.���T_u.ee Burvivors of the crew of the  bility of the city council paying the  vhole of the second estimate, which  wo��I<l only be in the nature of an a.dr  vance for live or six days until the  money eoutd he received from Victoria.  This was agreed U> by the members of  the council.  John Boyd, the driver of th$ flre department team, had a request before  the council for ah increase of'?1Q per  Fatal Result of a Quarrel.' ,' .  HOBART, Indiana, September 30^���F.  W. Hartman, an aged farmer living near  here, fatally wounded his wife, aged 59,  by striking her several times on the  head yesterday with a piece of iron.  Leaving her for dead, he went into his  bedroom and committed suicide by  shooting himself.. Mrs. Hartman's skull  is fractured. The couple had been married 45 years and had raised a family of  five children. Of late they .have quarrelled over money matters.  Weavers Go on Strike.  ST. HYACINTHE, Quebec, .September  30.-*-The weavers'in the: Canadian Woollen '.Mills, Company, 'haVe:"goW 'out'on  strike. The company wished 'to 'reduce  wages' ..a graduated scale'"from-"5 to  25 per cent a^orditig.to* the pay received, the .larger Yredfictigiri ,only, being  made on 'salaries 'over-^18* a ?week.' The  men refused; to, go: .back yuntil; .the old  rai>2S are restored.        . '". '''*-':-������'':'���       v  'XX- Victoria;All inYReadiness. |  y VICTORIA, ;y September >:'30.r-Victoria'  is ready  to  receive itheirY royal  high--  nesses the dukeahdYduchess of Cornwall  and York.   The cityyhas been gaily dec-:  .crated and thousands of electric lights1  . and- Chinese lanterns'have been strung'  for   the   illumination   at   night.    The;  lights were: turned ,"on  tonight  to try',  them arid the.city was in reality ablaze;  with lights. 'The parliament and other8  buildings are covered with lights, and  with the searchlights of the ships of war!  playing on the city,it will indeed make!  a brilliant appearance. 'The royal party  ,is;scheduled to land at thej. outer, wharf  at 10 a. m., and when th6 lieiitenant-  goyernor - and   cabinet   ministers   have  been y presented,  the > royal   procession  ���will proceed to the parliament buildings,  'where"the civic authorities willibe presented and the medals will be presented  .to..the.men who;fought in South' Africa.  Thence the party-'will'proceed!'through  the city to -Esquimalt. to lunch'with the  admiral.   In the afternoon the duke will  open the provincial exhibition, and after  the official dinner at Goyernment House  there will be a reception at the government buildings.    Wednesday the party  will be left to their own devices.  ^^^^^^'c^T^iiM^^om:  !ffl-Mcr-3efc/-^ich__:fi^  ^S?B^!#%;pIai^^  ���??J^r##yftboi_ri_i��^  t^_^^?PSMr��pay^ latter;  '_y|#%^bi^  ^fY^SeJoristheYa^  i;^!_|l?^el^;remarkaW^  0^^^^*^ ;^ayYof Zs7sample'-test'foi;  ;^-^.^fZ-tiorh:-.Yit''': are;Y^aliY:ii-_.__3rm.y  ^.^���!i;^:;:Pav^nportyysaysYhe''h  ^^^YlpokingY-prospect :^he; hasjseen .for  some. timeyinthe^Summit^creel- prbp^ty  ^dy^^tiirieYwiil be-lostviri opening-yit  _UP-. Y^here are a number of nieirat^wbrlc.  .eett-ing|ithe?J st|elipn|<t__e|^uridKthe;.  |rushirigjof ?supplie_$ntoStlie. cburi try. be'iJ  !irigybftfi^re"'impo^  time. Captain Armstrong has a good idea  lo^th^characWgofg^^^fdpn^r^  |lirie^^H^als^brings ;th^riew_-thatf prac-i S-  t.cyiyYaIi;Yctf^e|,_widges^cui-v.^  .tJ^elsgSwl_jchi.;;wwet*^  ;;!n)v$he..^  i'goiodJ;&riditi6ri;yas^b^6re^and|tl_  6trairii;s^ice;all^byi-r;;th^;cou_^  nspf-.tl ipA'>t-'nr_T_'r_ It -iAi. ".r-riP '-_'i--U'A.XX^, 'i^��^ i-.  :theJ:unsettl^;jcbi_^it-ori2bf.th^|c6lp^  intpl'cbrisideratibri^S-rih^beS corisid  gopd.v;He;;visitedYNail_ilva.Yshbr^^  da iri r\ tr v .'o i_ri :''.-'*f V_ ��S-^��J. *i^r_. 1:.''*��� ���.. t V ������.���'���_���*  *,'*._ . *  ���I-       NOTICE  TO - SUBSCRIBERS  ���J* BY   CARRIER.'  On Saturday next, subscribers  whose-Tribunes are delivered by  carrier will be .expected .to pay  the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week.  *  *  *  *  *  4-  i.'t-stea:.  4'A'��iW,-'ivi__-_"**_ '-V-  ���   msM,  m  ���i��  *  -:*  *  The Story .Discredited.  CANTON,- Ohio, September 30.���The  -, friends, of the family of the late presi-  ���dent .McKiniey' emphatically discredit  belief in the idea that.the shot reported  fired by guard Diiprend at West Lawn  cemetery last riight-ywas on account of  any attempt to desecrate thetomb.They  do riot atteinpt tb';;explain the strange  story of, the guards, ,but they, do not be-  i: ftfatzpiro' meri" would' malce an at-Y  ^Y-YviSft/3  yrepalring^and ^building .new-tfaiisyand  .���'cabins';,are now in the course ;bf 'erection  , so; thatwiork.can be carried on ail winter.   ylnV-speaking   of  the   Keystone  group, near Erie, in' which he and' Rob-;  ert,Ewart arevinterested/ Mr.������������������'Daven-.  Port said that work; was   going   ahead?  nicely. ,* Owing  to a  slip  in , the  lead'  nearly all of the Ywork that had "been!  done' bri the property; had been :wasted.!  The Keystone was opened up^flrst withi  an incline shaft run down on - the vein"  for 30 feet.   To catch the vein at depth*  a tunnel .was run ��� in -forr 200 i feet .-'at i  which point it was, expected   the vein  would be encountered.    The   vein ;was ���  not in evidence, however, and a drift  ���was run in each direction for 100 feet tb  strike it but without result.   An upraise  was then'made to the surface but no ore  was encountered until the bottom of the  incline was reached.    This meant that  over 600 feet of work had been performed without getting a pound of ore, and  there, was every prospect that the bond  which/Messrs.   Davenport   and   Ewart  had given Finch   &  Campbell   onUthe.  group, would be thrown iip.   Some exploratory work was   then: done in the  bottom: of the incline shaft, when it was  discovered that the vein had slipped for  a distance of 45   feet,   after   which   it  straightened up again.   This decided the  holders-of the   bond :to   continue' the  crosscut for another 150: feet whenT the  vein was caught.   An upraise was then  started and continued' to   the  surface.  The-result was a fine showing of ore  running, from three inches to two feet,  samples from which give an  indicated  value of from $150   to   $600   in   gold.  From the level of the present tunnel the  owners have a back of about 150 feet to  work, which   should   give   them  handsome returns.  :cbrisideratibri;Y!]ri&y?be.3;coris  -He i" visited YNatal'Za^hbriYtime^l-e-'  jfowYleayirig;varid|th^failways��iri^thi_.*  7cplpny;were forind;tc.;,beJIr_<excellerit"cori2  ���;dit:on^;.:?;W;*SS^J;f;fy^s^  Yf. .Of;;cbu-%e,'Vhe^  Y__>.sened^the-:r^e^fYspieedStb?sbmei^  .t^rtihutytheyt^lbf^he-iastYtrairit^  jt^een^Blbomfonteirir-lfarid^  17*:bbiit';fprtyYmile_i^n-!Ybbur..'YY  -: :YCap^ainYArmstrpng;Vis�� bfY the^bpinion  YWat'^henJpeaceYtiecomes"ari;ac-UalYf���ct  .ai?y.aXYdeyeloprrientywili; proceed' apace'  ?%.m9st" important YlirieYhas;. indeed, '-<al-'  jJ^SM__|g6___fflde-t_^__��t_3rmerl-__thereY  -wasyinp,-;directyland"route between Ca_<e  nP^P^y/apd Natal;;'biitriow a railway "is  IPrbjectedfandjeven coriinienced, that will  :beyabouty400;rriiles;in length, and briris'  -these two colonies/into direct cbmmuni-  c_tion.-,The terminusYbfthe Natal^end^  of������ the railway will, probably be Pieter-:  ^maritzbur.. . Zy-y.7: Zr- j yy,' -       y -.:-y  7-YCaptainy Armstrong Ysays   that'".'.it   is  generally, estimated  that besides" what5  the ex-president had "salted" away be-1  fore., he carried to Europe no less than"  ��2,500.000. Y ,.*.;,-,  Y The Phillipine Disaster.  'V  '���-.'���.MANILA,  , Septeriiber ' 30.���General  HughesY'from the Island of Samar, reports the arrival of sergeant Markley  and-one: private at Tan nan  f rpm  the  fight at Balangoga, where over 40 men  pf   company   C,   Ninth   infantry,   were  killed by insurgents, who attacked the  troops while at breakfast on Saturday  last. The men who have reached Tan-  nan say that the officers of the company  who were at first reported to have escaped, were killed with the majority of  the company. The troops were attacked  while  unprepared   by  400  bolomen   of  whom the Americans killed about 140  Many of the soldiers were killed in their  quarters before they had time to grasp  a rifle. General Hughes is going to the  scene of the disaster arid will personally  command the troops. -  ?f. ?��� ? &M03SiB^iiZiw^^^esiS^m0M&  ;ip*f<^phe^pntina^  ] locomotives ^a7i'-lHh-��i-i-^t.ii��^rf^  l^^^fisldestrby^d^s^r^pit^U^  ���,.,-.���:. ...���.".���-,-.-���.,... ...-:i_-T-..������������ ������ 3re,receritlv_-  .^^^l-'Sdlb^eerpjitemslb^riatEi^  :-: smith;-- ��xii.xyx-.'y. ytxyxyv, r�� - <v-_"M&  '��� ^':*1.e^_B��sYa:t; theltimeYthelflreSl^bii^  PPtYescaped/SandSthb^^ho-were^o^  Yw^eYffiembers^ relief ;partiesIwho|vetttl  ^^^.a-^wereycaughtbylth^^lbsionsj  Y^a^e'were.:aynumbeivof;narrbwJescap_|^  yOpeymineryrunnirigyfromYth^-mirie^lil  fx^us*ed;^ aridi fallirig^againstythei defer  leading ^ to'another Working; Ybroke%tL..  _^P__D_#S^Y!.hus^scapedi_*Vei%i  YaR?Y^ntertained;::for:-theYsafetyYof^'th^  meiv-in;yfact yit is taken7for YgraritedtS  by:-the* manager's telegram that* they-^aretl  iost.and^asto-the mine;-if-not entirely^  ���.^^���.j.."-''.^'" he ,badIyYdainkged:M  y iher^;is;a; mountainYof ,:'c6aliat-B_c-^'  tension," and the workirigs,iri;whibh��;t_��P  *fire;occurred are nearYthe;topYThe!orily!  way, to flood the mine would be to stopl  ail tunnels and stopes, and; even-'thenf  ����5re ^ould not  be  enoughy;water|[to  VY.A.tldItipnal. names  received: .MacCal-  lum, Reeves, Watson, Tony; an Italian.'.,  name unknown, David Griffiths Blakely*!  David Mottison, arid Mike Doknov    ^Yi*'Is  very  Slocan Making Strides Upward.    '  John L. Retallack returned to Kaslo  yesterday.     He   expresses   himself,Yas  well satisfied with the way in which the  Washington mine is turning out under  this system of development. The prop-  ; erty remained idle since, 1898 until Mr.  Retallack secured, a leaseand bond upon  ; it this summer.   He is now working a  development crew.of 12 men on it. During the course of the past month he  ;has taken out three cars of high grade  ore which is now on the way to the Nelson smelterv This ore carries 100 ounces    morning, which will be diminished in  ^iJyfL^y^?  ^fZ.^flB^^^^^^^^ :wilLa*ecome: variable in th<"  ^i^n!&j^^'-''^>':^^Mr'Pi^i?^^  Comment^Epitomized.  LONDON, September 30.���"Both antagonists are to be congratulated on  proving themselves so worthy of each  other," is the message of lord Dufferin  the former governor-general of Canada,'  sent to America through the Associated  Press. This epitomises the general comment of the afternoon papers here on  the first cup race. They agree that both  yachts were handled with consummate  skill, and that nothing remains but to  congratulate the club and whistle for  a stiff breeze, in which' some people  think that Shamrock will have a  good chance of winning.  Weather Forecast for Today's BaceV  WASHINGTON,- September 30.���At  10:30 a. m. off Sandy Hook on Tuesday  morning the weather will be fair with  light to fresh northerly winds  in the  Has a Golden Opinion of Alaska!!|^  SAN   FRANCISCO,   Septemlie.-''30.1^  Lieutenant J. C. Cantwell, who fbr-thr^M,  years has been in the revenue cuti_3ryseir^^  vice in Alaskan waters,'; has   returne^S  to this city and is preparingshis-oftciaT^M,;,  reports to the treasury department. Y.Hefl|l  was warm in his praises of that; muliMm  yeloped country, and , predicted'*; a) riew^  future for it.    He made .tests Yof  CoaI^  foundalong the Yukon; river. .5Jt-was^fl  found to   be   unsuitable   to   burn   on-gjai  steamers unless   the  latter   are' fitted   ^*  withspecial funnels.   There is a large.'i'  amount of carbon in the coal.    In the V*4  Koyukuk and Tanana districts there are,*'  ..large tracts of rich land, which are un-'���;/���$��  developed owing to the   enormous   ex  pense   of   getting   in   supplies.     Front' M  what little prospecting has been done\ "  in the districts, it has proved that the-  land not  only  contains   large  quantities of gold, but other minerals.    The  prospects in Nome  are  favorable,  and  lieutenant    Cantwell   says   the   newly-  built city will doubtless be a permanent one.    A pilot chart of Yukon haa  been perfected by Cantwell and will be  issued shortly.  m  Celebrating an Anniversary.  MADRID, September 30.���The annl-.  versary of the revolution of 1868 -was  celebrated at Madrid and other towns  in Spain yesterday. At a meeting of 20,-  000 Republicans and Socialists at Barcelona the crowds proceeded to lay a  wreath upon the monument of general  Prim, the once famous insurgent leader  in Spain. The mob collided with the-police, who fired in response to a volley,  of stories. Threo of.the persons p$  1 -OP Yin. _.the___l a__*_-n_rAM  __! THE OTLSON TRIBUNE,  TUESDAY MORNING   OCTOBER 1, 1901  -,___-__t'J__,-Si3.*-SSift^v&i3��<i;��--Si. *___   ..__>*___ &_i��_i&&9Lz��z9L-&Sf--w.  ���fjfSp^b^s^^^Si^s^^^^^r^ W ?:>z*Gr*%PSsr'9'*sg'**sr-^*9*zZ'^&:  /ft*  = : ~ \*  to  I'd**  ... *  to  to  to  to  to  to  .i.  w;  rf.y; -  iNCORl'OKATEn 10TO  co-Mi^^-isr^r  NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVED  ���The Very Latest Creations in ���  ^Ladies'   Costumes,    Jackets,    Skirts,   Waterproofs,  Japanese Dressing Gowns.  Parisian Blouse Flanels and Wool Delaines, American  Silk and Satin Waists.  *> '    .'  Dress Fabrics (I suit lengths) in the newest shades.  PRICES   RIGfHT  X-fc  to  THE SUBSOFS BAY CflMPM  *   BAKER1 STREET, NELSON, B. 0.  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  M  WALL  PAPER  This is usually the dull  season for Wall Paper.  But to ko-np ib moving:  wo have mado up bundlos  of all lots that havo run down in quantity.  Wo place Ihcso on salo at prices that will certainly movo thorn; original cost hoe been quite  lost sight ot iu making tlio price. In many of  theso romnants tho quantity is biilUoient for  even a largo room. The high standard of our  papers is now well known and not often does  an opportunity offer to buy buch papers at  from $ to 121 cents por roll. If not ready to  paper just now anticipate your fall wants.*  ^^-^^'-^���^���^���^'-^������^���^���^���^���^���^���^������^'q&'^S   /ft    ^'&1^'1&71&'&'-&'&��� ^%^'^'0*'^'0*'0*'^'***  ^&'00!0*'^'00'00'00'007jg0.e*.00.00*^.00.j0.00.00 'j} ^r'^'^T'^'^'^-^'^'^'^'*^'*^'^.&.^.&'.^5&>'  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  NELSON. B. C.  t-r^-^*s^-*^����r-"s_r'"*^'^;s��.*8_r. w 0'0-0 0*0.0'0'0'0 0'0'^'0 .  ^WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  L   *    .*   "_*_T-.'_-"^ * __ __.  _.    _   assayers: supplies.  i'km^-W.^F.   TEETZEL  & CO.���CORNER OP  .fes__3akor - and ��� Josephine    streets,    Nelson,  "���kvholeaale   dealers   in   assayer's   supplies.  i&y��*gA_ents  for  Denver  Fire Clay  Company,  ^penver, .Colorado. '���   ^^^^MIS^ONjM^^HAOTSr^  ft.S"."��^vans"& co^baE^stre^i,  i��j5?Nolson, �� -wholesale     dealers    in    liquors,  'Tclgars,T--.ement,   flre  brick  and-flro   slay,  ���.water., pipe  and   steel  rails,  and  general  f.ciminlsslon merchants. *  ^ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES, yy  \'$t}&KOOTENAY ELECTRIC SUPPLY &  .���feConstruction Company���Wholesale dealers  ";Ein'.telephones,! annunciators, bells, batter-,  , j_te3,'<electric.fixtures and appliances.1 Hous-  fl-Etuton. Block, Nelson.      ;, .^. ,*���  ,  Sfv-^_..i - ��� ������ ���������  -^4^^FRESH AND SALTpMEATS./y,^^ "  f.2fS3'P.5"3BURNS &'CO.-BAKER STREET/  I-R& Nelson, Vwholesale .dealers, ln fresh and  Iv'Wcu-Cd'imeats.-Coia storage. _<���     r f.  CARPENTERS' UNION MEETS WED-  nesday evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  in Miners' 'Union Hall. C. J. Clayton,  president; Alex. B. Murray, secretary.  ���PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays iu each month at Miners' Union Hall at 7:30 sharp. "Walter R.  Kee, president; Henry'Bennett, secretary.  PLASTERERS' UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening'in the Elliot Block, at>8  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; William  Vice, secretary. P. O. Box 161.   - c ���  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.-    -  'NELSON LODGE, NO. 23.,~A F. &  '    ~" second W.~  Sojourning  A. M, meets second Wednesday in-  each month. Sojourning brethreri  invited.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTEK  No. 12., O. R. C���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning' companions invited. ' George  ">__   ' " " ~  Johnstone,  Z.;  W. Matthews,  S. -E.  GROCERIES.  -^CSMAci-ONAi-D   &s  UU.���i. ��___i.__.__,��� Ul.~  ���^,*jFront" and .Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale  gp^^ocers-fand..''jobbers  in  blankets,   gloves,*1  ^jrapnitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws'and min-  B?B  a*."*, sundrleis. *? n  ���J..KOOTENAY1 SUPPLY COMPANY,"LIM-;  Sited.���Vernon. -* street, Nelson, *.' -wholesale  ���If grocers. yJ.. _." ? L - -> *      ' ' '   ��      * \x  "* ~~��� & .CO.-FRONT,  grocers,     t     ���   .  |W^Wj.4T.*GRIFFIN '*- CO.-FRONT STREET,  ,Af_iS��Nelson, 'wholesale, dealerB   in   provisions,  giy&a'eured meats.'butter and eggs.     .- .     <~ *  �����*>���_���&���  ��� ��� ____________  ^t'..'LlQIJORS .AND>DRY GOODS.  ^_ ^'.'.TURNER, BEETON"&7cO.���COEtNER'  _UfA'4Vernon. and Josephine .streets; Nelson,  |4?S -^j--wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars and dry  IW. ,<i?goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  |%',��_-of,'Milwaukee and Calgary-Brewing'Com-  ���NELSON AERIE.-* NO. '22 F. .O. E.-  Meets. second and fourth Wednesdays of  * each month at Fraternity Hall. George  "Bartlett,* president; J. V. Morrison, secretary.'���    -      ���      "   v   ����� !,' * - + ;���   " '���'  ,  . KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O..T.'M.���  'Regular meetings flrst and third Thurs-  .days .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. *������   .   -    �����-. - 7"-   . "   .1 '������  ?:^:OLASSIFIED^ADS; -   :  >-.��7',,.-t   ������: -.-.V   "  ,' y j;vf, ARTICLES FPR" SALE. } ~  \ I SEWING MACHINES OF 'ALL 'KINDS  .for sale'-or re'it at the Old Curiosity Shop.  FOR  RENT.:  ��� SIX" ROOM COTTAGE AT'BALFOUR  to let by the.month or for. the season.'Immediate .possession. ' Good > fishing. Apply  -C. MV. "Busk, Kokanee. creek. Phone 06a.  Or to R. H. Williams, Baker street. Nelson.  The Tribune know it circulates among  people who can afford to purchase* the  best goods made, and pay cash for their  purchases. *���  For four months Bernard McDonald  has waged war on the smelterjnen's union at Northport, and on the miners'  union'at Rossland for a shorter time.  Before he began the -war, he had approximately 1100 men on the payrolls  at the mines and the smelter, every man  of whom quit when the order to strike  was issued. After scouring California,  .Colorado, and Missouri, he has succeeded In gathering 650 men to-hegin .work  at the smelter, fully hair of whom have  been 'sifted through to Rossland to  work in the mines. These men are  drawing the same wages as1* were paid  the union men, but are they producing  as much per man as did the union men?  Before the strike at the ;smelter,--the  tonnage smelted averaged from 1700 to  800 tons a day, all of which was received  from the mines at Rossland. The average smelted now is less than 200 tons  a day, much of which is drawn from the'  supply of ore at the smelter before the  strike commenced. Before the1'strike,  1100 union, men mined and" smelted'5000  tons of ore. a week.' Since the'striked  with 650 strike-breakers", at' work in tlie '���  mines and smelter, the weekly record is  less than'1500  tons.    Does jit'.pay. to-  smash'unions? ��-������'���.      ,  m  9\  9\  9\  9\  9\  THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  ��v  to  to  9\  to  to  (.>  to  We will hold our regular Fall Millinery Opening on Thursday, Friday, and ��\  n\ Saturday of this week, -when we will show the finest collection of French and ��\  to American model hats,' toques, turbans and bonnets ever put on display in this i��  -jl city, having been selected by our Miss Darveau while attending the openings ;L  Ay in New Ydrk, Montreal, Toronto and Chicago. Ii  iji Some of our models are from Madame: Louise Sullivan Drew, of New York,  ���"  ���ii and Paul Virot and *'Pouganne," of Paris.'  *       . We specially invite all the ladies of Nelson and other towns to call and  2J inspect this magnificient  collection.  to  . .  --Ik  TWINES AND CIGARS.  '"**'.* V CALIFORNIA. WINE COMPANY, LIMI-  ������ V* ted���Corner of^Front and Hall streets; Nel-  ,-"*  son,-,wholesale dealers in wines, case and  'Z ' bulk.',and domestic and imported cigars.'  I'.rBUSINESS DIRECTORY..  . ARCHITECTS.  , A/C. EWART.���ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  Aberdeen Block, ,Baker Street, Nelson.   1 \  'FOR SALE.  * CANARIFS FOR SALE.   SINGluRS FROM  $2; females ��1.  Address P. O., Erie, B.C.  -. FOR SAXE-SKVERAIi CARLOADS GOOD  potatoes, 810 per ton t. o. b. cars Kamloops.  Addre. s McArthurte Harper, Kamloops, B C.   '  /FOR IMMEDIATE SALTE-G_.0���K11Y BU3-  inass; good location; low rout; ��wuer going out  of busines . For full particular- address O. K.,  Grand Forks, B. C.  HELP wanted;  CHOP HOUSE.  4   PIONEER "'CHOP      HOUSE.      JOHN  -.' *, Spear, proprietor,  opposite Queen's Hotel,  _L _. Baker street, Nelson. Ppen day and night.  f*   iiunches^a-specialtyT^Picnlc-and-travellng-  "}     parties supplied on shortest notice.  drayage.  FURNITURE,   PIANOS,   SAFES,   ETC.,  ' moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's second Hand store, Ward street.   FURNITURE.   bi'J. ROBERTSON & CO., FI-\R_aTOKE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postollice building, Vernon street,  Nelson.  TEAS.  ~ ^B^HAVE^NO^^^^t^'N":' AND  China teas ln great variety, choicest quality. .We mak. a specialty of blending teas  -and sell them ln any quantity at lowest  rates.'Kootenay Coffee Company.  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Leg, Pan  Fired; in bulk or packages. Kootenay Cot-  fee , Company.  ' WANTED ��� FOR PRINTING ' OFFIGK,  youth who haH had some > experience in com-  posing room.' Address "IC," .tribune oflice.  WANTED ��� 8T0NE MASONS, SAWYER,  waitress, edger for RAWimll, second cook, dlsli-  washer-, laundress. ��� Nelson Employment Agency.   Phono 2.8.  EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.  _."ir_-I_?Y."_____-N7SHI_D^^^ITErrTELE^  phone, telegraph or Inquire Western Cana~  dlan Employment Oflice, Nelson. Phone  270. Storage���I have a large warehouse for  storing household or other goods. H. A.  Prosser.    ,  WANTED HELP OF ALL KINDS.-  Orders for help receive prompt and careful attention. R. Purdy, Employment  Agent, Stanley street, Nelson. Telephone  44. P. O. Box 582.  ��to ��rttmntf  The " ."Liquor-- License - Act,'. 1900,"  should be so amended "as to make it impossible for speculation in licenses. As'  the*act howj-tands, licenses'are grante'd  to. Individuals who neither'have hotels  nor money'with which to build hotels;  but once'the1 license is, granted,'^ tlie "license iBjao'mething on which'money ^can  be realized. -Recently a- license was  granted ,iii.the_ Fort'Steele' license district ,to an individual whoYhad neither  a house nor money to build one. The  license ,was hawked^around^and'finally,,  itis'said^ was "disposed of for; ?1000. The  attention** of ___e4- attorney-general_ is  called'to,this practice, so t,hat"the act  can be' amended s to prevent such deals  in the future.- ' ���;. "���  .   '        .     ���-. ���  -.  ���   The record of ore -receipts at the  Northport smelter tells' how -the. management of the Le Roi mine at Rossland  is   succeeding   with '-imported   strilie-  ' breakers from Joplin,'Missouri. The total .shipments last week aggregated 1173  tons, or very little more than was shipped daily before Bernard- McDonald began ,his campaign of union smashing.  Someone is paying for this'mismanagement, , but disgruntled  mine managers  _will_refer_to_it_as _ another, evidence of  our bad mining"iaws. "  to  to  to  IS.  IRVINE   &  36 Bakep, Street, Nelson. .  ���to  9\  to  to  to  to  to  to  t^.'00.00 ��� 00 *00.* 00 *^,*00.*^* * & '00r'00'0t,'���^ '!_____* ���<__? '^ * fiSf. '    v _i*_   I'^*^�� <_-.��*^K�� ^��^��_^ ��'_!>>. ^��o^�� ^Sfc. ^-**tv��_^k��^_a-,�� ^���k^ ***->_k ��� **-*ah�� **aik ��� **��. *��__,* _$_!  w ��� i______^^_W_WW______0 ^______.^^_WW______0^^_W_\W\\^^_W\W________0^^_\_^0*^_W\__0 ^.W____t0^_W__\__0^_WW_\W___\04________0 4_______0^________0 ^________0^K______0 *u__W\_____0      ���_______   '0^O___W___\>0^^_t_W0^*\______p 0^^__\b0^^__t__�� 0^*^___m0^Bf___*00^___m0^_______Z >^____S_________r^KjM^ ____________tn____ _���_______���__. *^___i_."^_r  ^'!^*,>P^'j^��>.*'-P^*^>>'>*^"'^>>'>^*^ *"*^V'^ ->^ ���**_.�� ****^. ���"���_.��� "*���_.-   ,   V9M     ' 00,' 00* 00 * 00.* 00 ' 00'7~00~ * 00* 00 ��� 00*00 ' 00700 ">~00*00 700 .^* * '  THAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  we are selling at 30 cents per pound Is  giving the best of satisfaction to our, many  customers.' Kootenay   Coffee   Company.  .WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  ; I-REE MILLING GOLD PROPERTIES.  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C. Room 4,  K. W. C. Block.  . GOLD,' COPPER^ SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B. C, Room 4, K. W. Ci Block.  NOTICES OF MEETINGS.  -. -     * 1     ' TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  Alii*.___.._. UNION, NO. 9li, W. F. of M.���  Meets1 in Miners' union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock, visiting  members welcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Wilks, secretary. Union scale  of wages for Nelson district per shift; Machine men 13.50, hammersmen $3.25, tnuck-  ers, carmen, shovelers, and other underground laborers $3.  ' LAUNDRY      WORKERS'      UNION.��� ,  Meets  at Miners'   Union  Hall  on  fourth  Monday in every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  m. B. Pape, president; A W. McFee, secretary.  BARBERS' UNION, NO.. 196, OF THE-  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets first and third Mondays  of each month in Miners' Union Hall at  8:30 sharp. Visiting members invited. R.  j_CcM_U-on, pr_ald_n_; J. H. Matheson, seo-  retary-treaMiror; _f_ ft SxxOatx, xoctufflBg  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Dally by mall, one month $   GO  Dally by mall, three months 125  Daily by mall, six months 2 50  Daily  by  mail, one year  5 00  Suml-weekly by mall, threo months...    50  Semi-weekly by mall, six months 100  Soml-weekly by mall,  one  year 2 00  Pobtago to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING   RATES.  Display Advertisements run regularly  per inch per month $1 00  It run less than a month, per Inch per  insertion         25  Classilled Adi and Legal Notices, per  -    ���   ���       tlo  1  1-2  50  word for first insertion.  For   each   additional   insertion,    per  word       Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classilled), per line per month   Notices of meetings of Fraternal So-  *. cietics and Trades Unions, per line  ' per month      25  Address all letters��� <  THE   TRIBUNE   ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager. Nelson, B. C.  ���f..T.���*..?.. ������*._������ *..T..T.,f*,Ti,T.     .T..?..T..T..T.iT..T.,T..Ti,Ti.Ti.T..T,  .f. ' *  -.        NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS       *  ���V                   BY   CARRIER. *  .j.   .j.  '!��� On Saturday next, subscribers *}���  ���_��� whose Tribunes are delivered by ���?���  4- carrier will be expected to pay *l*  ���!��� the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the ���_  4- subscription price for the current *l*  ���i* week. *_?  4. .j.  The Tribune is the only daily paper  in British Columbia that gets its advertised rates for advertising from eastern  advertising agents. This is because it  has a bona fide circulation in Kootenay  and Yale exceeding that of any other  daily paper, and because it does not accept advertisements that are classed "oh-  iectioBabla" .Those -win.  advertise in,  The Boundary newspapers are all  crying for a redistribution measure, as  they do not ,want to be tacked on to  Rossland any longer.' Is this an intimation that they are becoming wearied'of  the services 'of Smith, Curtis, the discoverer of the.jumping-off"pass" through  Hope Mountains?"     ' .   ���*���  An Empty Concession.  British Columbia need not' go into  ecstacies over sir Wilfrid Laurier's hint  that the west is to be honored with a  representative in the cabinet. Sir Wilfrid Laurier may make good his promise  to recognize the Importance of British  Columbia in the way of cabinet representation, but compliance ��� with this  pledge Would be giving * something in  shadow and nothing'in substance. As a  province British Columbia has suffered  more humiliation and < disregard of'interest at the hands of the Laurier government than any other part of Canada.  Violation of the British Columbia interests has been flagrant and persistent,  and yet there is not a Liberal representative of British Columbia in parliament today who has.hau the courage to  publicly resent-these'infringements on  the rights and interests 1 of his province.  Giving representation to British Columbia would mean conferring cabinet rank  on Aulay Morrison, Liberal M. P. for  New Westminster, or Ralph Smith, M.'  P., the alleged Labor representative for  Nanaimo. Government 'disregard for  British Columbia 'interests' has been  flaunted in the face of Aulay Morrison,  M. P., and Ralph Smith/ M. P. Neither  of these representatives had the courage  to speak out for the outraged'interests  of his province and what has British  Columbia to expect from promotion bf  either of them to cabinet rank?���Toronto Telegram. '  _  -                                                        -J ,    -'   -. -  1* ���*    ��  <l .-������  -���            .           ' "  ���.  '' ���    0  V���v  ���>:'v--i*f-''_��r>/��ww*'���'���������.**'���>. i.  '1,   _  r 1 >  THE, SOLE. ,QF COMFORT  ti*, _��'  Ci  t'^.VjrOUR'foot sole isctirvec. and* soft. ���'' y '  ,7f*r      ' Your shoe sole is-flat arid hard.      <���       * *-  " "'i%    Walking with such a foot sole on such a shoe >sole, is" like,  ���- sleeping' on va plank, instead-of en a:_natt_*ess.  ^V'-Qjjvopenan old shoe at its most comfortable stage, and you  /will find its'insole shaped by wear, t9 ball and-heei, great toe, and  ��� outer edge.   ,     v "M '" ' ���    '   ,  : ^You will also find it burnt up'and eaten, through-accumulated ,  sweat,' which must have gnawed the foo., when it so ate the leather.  '. 1    [' rThe.Rc'silia Sole, is placed 'between insole 'and putsc. Ie, instead  of the us^ual scrap" leather 'filling,  ' ' 'l .       i  It is -an elastic spring ceritresble, which collapses and shapes up.  . round foot-curves like, an old shoe, the first moment it is borne upon.  'The foot' sinking into the sole.'at the vcry*time the ball of the  foot -spreads/ makes -'the shoe 'a size larger inside, when the foot'  1 K_�� j.        �� . > r -, _     "'1  * ���   i ������������ -  * **  needs >most:room. ' "  500 MEN WANTED  -*  On the construction of the Arrowhead &  Kootenay railway in the Lardo district  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  In order to secure men without delay  ordinary labor will be-spaid ^-12.25"per day  ) and 'axemen $250 per day,   ''  COOD STATION WORK  CAN BE SECURED."' f  0      ���  For   further* particulars   apply   to  Nelson Employment Agencies or' to  the  CARLSON & PORTER  CONTRACTORS.  NOTIOE TO DELINQUENT 00-OWNEE.  To'John J.  McAndrews, or to any person  or persons to whom he may. have transferred hi_ Interest in the Black Diamond  nunoraU claim, situate on the north side  of  Bear  creek,   about  three  miles  from  the town ot Ymir, lying south of and adjoining the Evenni-j Star mineral claim,  Nelson mining division of West Kootenay  district,   and  lecorded  in   tho  recorder's  oflice for the- Ncl_on mining division.  You and each of you are hereby notified  that  I   have   expended   two   hundied  and  twelve    dollars    and     twenty-live     cents  ($212 23)   m  labor  and  improvements  upon  the above montioned'mineral claim ln order  to holdJ said mineral claim .under the provisions of the* Mineral Act, and if within  ninety days from the date of this notice  you tail or refuse to contribute your por- <  tion of all such expenditures together with  ail costs of advertising, your interests In  the said claims will become the property  of the subscriber under section 4 of an act  entitled,   "An  Act  to Amend, the Mineral  Act, 1900.*      r, JOHN DEAN.  Dated at'Nelson this llth day of Septem-  -bor,=lS01.-���=���_ _= ,���,=l___-   +*;**********************$:  ARTHUR    QI3E5  MERCHANT TA.IL0I?  LADIE'V TAILOR  made surra.  BAKER  STREET- EAST.  ROYAL SHOE STORE  Aberdeen Block, Nelson, 8. C.  L. GODBOLT  (Successor to Lillie Brothers.)   TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 627.  Nelson Saw & Planing  LI^XTISD. J '���  CHARLES HILLYER, President. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Havo just leceived 3.000,000 feet of log; from Idaho, and we are prepared to out the largest bill  ot timber of any dimensions or lengths. Estimates given at any time. The largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings in Kootenay.  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICE ANT) YARDS:   CORNRR HALL AND FRONT STRBBTa  THB BINDERY DEPARTMENT OB-  THE TRJBUHE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED,  KUBXaBJJB0K.VmJ3OS.  J 1 '-I-.il.    II    > I '   -.��.    '���-������  BOOK BINDING  SPECIAL RULED BUNK BOOKS  SPSm RULED fOBHS  A. R. BARROW, A-M.LC.E.  PROVINCIAL  v   LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets  P. O. Box 559. TELEPHONE NO. 95.  R. REISTERER & CO.  BREWHBS ___D BOIXLXBB OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular aellvery to tie trade.  BB3SW-QB.T AT NELSON  TIMBER J.EASE NOTIOE.  Notice Is hereby given that in thirty  days we intend to apply to the chief commissioner of lands and works for permission to cut and carry away timber oft* the  below described lands situated on Lock-  hart creek, one mile .mu one eighth east  from Kootenay lake, commencing at a post  marked northwest corner, lunnlng east  1^0'"chains, thenco noith 10 chains, thence  east 120 chains, thenco south 40 chains,  therce west 120 chains, thence south 18  chains, thence west 120 chains, thence north  40 chains to place of commencement.  NELSON SAW iSs PLANING MILLS, Ltd.  Nelson, B. C, August 16th, 1901.  NOTIOE.  NOTICE is heieby fcivon t tint 1 inl ond toanply  ar tho next sit ting of tho i. o'itd of Lioence Com-  mltu-ionorf- for tho Citv of Nolson, to bo held  after the expiration of thirLy dajs from tho dute  hereof, for a transfer of tho letall liquor licenco  now held by mo for tho premises sit uato on lob  1. block 12, Baker street, Nolson. aDd known as  the "AtbabiiBca" saloon, to Norman 'J'. Macleod,  of Nelson. P. J. RUSSELL.  Witness: J_s. O'SnnA. ,  Doted t is 271 h day oi September, 1901.  NOTICE.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply  at the next sitting of tho Board of License Commissioners for the City of f><_Uon to be he'd at  1 he expiration of t hirty davs from t ho date hereof,  for a transfer of the Retail Liquor Licen. e now  held by me for the prcmif.es known as tho  Bodega Saloon. vsituato on tho cast half of lot  nine ("). in block one (1). in the Eft'd City of Nelson, to William Walni&ley anrt Kttward C. Dav  idson, both of the Raid City of Nel ton.  Dated tl__ llth day of September. 1901.  W. G. ROBINSON.  Witness: E. C. Davidson.  NOTIOE. ��  Wobeglo notify the merchants and lra��_ne-  men of Nelson that we have pui chased tho bus!  ntss and good wi'lof the Pacific Tian.fer Company, which it is our in too tion of incoiporating  with the bu .inoa8 ot tho Nolson Freighting Sc  Transfer Compuny, wo lemain yours  It. H. WILLIAM*.,  Manager Nelson F. & T Co.  NOTIOE  Notice is hereby given that I intend to  apply at the next sitting of the board of  license commissioners for the City  of Nelson, to be held after the expiration  of thirty days from the date hereof, for a  transfer of the retail liquor license now  held by mo as the representative of the  John Johnson estate, for the premises  known as the Silver King Hotel, situate on  Baker street, in the said City of Nelson,  on lots 7 and 8 In block 10, sub-division of  lot 95, to M. A. "Sfaismlth of the said City  of Nelson. CAROLINA THELIN.  Witness: G. A THELIN.  Dated 1Mb 4tb day of September, OSKft,   J ��� ���j-.a fir-4 ���' ���  BANK OP IflNTBEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up....$12,000,000.00  BEST    7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS.      427,180.80  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...Presidont)  Hon. Georgo A. Drummond Vice-President  B. S. Clouston General Manager  NKLSON BRANCH  Cornor Bakor and Kootonay Streeta.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  .. _?���=.:*"_. .Qg. TRffiMSiiTlfESbiY YMQMmsY OC'TOBEE i;!,_901  ^  -   ��� * - i T  rr-7\M  .. i-M  Branohea ln London (England) Nkw York,  Chicago, and oil the principal cities ln Canada.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK OF  BRITISH COLOMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  .  ���> r\   ; -i ���  IMPEBIAL MM  OIF*    G^nsT^JJD^.  '  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  ���     -     -     $8 000,000  -     -     ���  $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $85,000,000.  HKAD OFFICE. TORONTO.  r   .. *   r ����� <���    Tl   n -. ^ ^ , "*        ��� m ,  ii   ��� ���     i   ���*������������-���__���____������������ - _^  ������  j ���**&$  ��C-        ~*>->~~-r~~ ~'~-~-~~-~^'9&.^****^.*m*^.9^*  AiYOllKnTT     -..-��.   T       W_   _PA Wai'.nn- Fm��  V/.i,    .�����_I-_1I .___.. . Y      ���_/.JW&ll  Hon. Geo. A, Cox,  President.  B.  Buy and soli Sterling Exohango and Cable  Transfor..  Grant Commorcial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of tho world.  Drafts Issued. Collections Mode Eto.'  Savings Bank Branch  < CURRKNT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.  E. Walker, '     >   '  General Managor  London Offloe, 60 Lombard Street, E. O.  New' Yorlt  Office, ie   Exchange   Place.  and CS Brunches in Canada and the  United States.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT: .  Interest allowed"on deposits. -Present rate  threo por cont.   .  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  Capital (paid up)   -   $2,600,000  Rest       -      .      .   81,850,000  w ��� .. ,             ;/  n" !. ����{?TOn> .President.  D. R. WILKIE General Manager.  __. ___._...., , Inspeotor.  i, i   ,,_. .      .i    i 11��� ���,..  SAVINCS   BANK 'DfePARTHENT.  \<i  SESSION OF COUNTY COURT  The Docket.  <  >  The accommodation of the court house  was taxed to its utmost capacity yesterday upon the opening of the county  court before judge Forin, and although  tho greater part of the day was -taken  up with the hearing   of   the   case   of  Nipou  vs.  the Jenckes  Machine  Company,   the   list   before   the   court  was  ��� more than cut in two by reason of the  * settlements announced, and the agreements  arrived  at with  respect to adjournments.  The  reading of the applications for  natuialization was the first business of,  the session. The applicants are Richard  Pape,    Carmini    Gisi,    Michael   Henvy  Glazier,   Nels   Nelson,   Cha.les   Ernest  Snyder, Ralph Gillette, and* John Holm.  'Their   certificates,   making ,the   applicants British subjects, will be issued on  - the last-day of the court's session.  After-, the settled, adjourned and non-  contested  cases  had   i.een disposed  of  , from the list, the case of Nipou vs. the  Jenckes   Machine  Company  was  taken  up.   This  was  an  action  for  damages  brought- by   the   Nelson   Laundryman  against the defendant company for damages  resulting,  as  he  claims,  through  the  action  of- the  defendant*- company  supplying him with a'second-hand en-  gine.instead of a new engine, which was  to be made to ordei ,for him. It was a  jury  case,   tho  following  jurors  being  selected:   John Rae   (foreman), W.  B.'  McCandlish, George WY Steel; A. G. Fox  and J. H. Love. The case foi\the plaintiff "occupied  the  whole of yesterday's  session, a mass of evidence being put  in. From it the engine m question evidently received a great deal of attention from local engineers Of all kinds.  One of them, S. Duval, gave his testimony in   French, aud J. Paquette, local  manager-for the Spokane Falls & Northern  Telegraph  Company,  was  requisitioned   to  put  it  into -English.   "Joe"  knows more about French tlian^he doe<*  about mechanics, and as the evidence  .under , cross-examination  became  very  technical, the interpreter was very tired  ���An evening session of the court was  held for the purpose of hearing the case  for the defence, which was conducted  by A. H. MacNpill, of Rossland. It' required about two hours to-complete--the  hearing of -the evidence. The -jury  brought in a verdict for the defendant  company. (  Of the other cases disposed of for the  present the most important was that of  Smith et al vs. Stewart Brothers and  the Noonday-Curley Mining Company,  an action brought by the plaintiff and  a number of other miners, to .enforce  a mechanic's lien against the Noonday-  Curley group of claim, for > wages amounting to $1540. This case promises  complications by reason of the fact that  the property upon which the work was  performed is not the property of the  company' which' contracted for' the  labor. The case has been adjourned till*  a day to be fixed. Macaonald & Johnson  appeared for the plaintiffs, and Elliot  & Lennie for the defendant Stewart  Brothers. -  With respect to the several cases  against the Chapleau Mining'Company,  the announcement was made that in, all  o. them judgments would be signed by  consent for the balances remaining un-  pal l. Since these actions were started  the defendant company has"made substantial payments on account, and.the  'prospects are; said" to be * good" for'the  payments of 100 cents upon-the dollar  THK   CURRENT  B-kTK^ OF   INTEREST  AIXOWED.  Kelson BrancL���Burns Block, 221 Baker  ''    i1   ���    r   -Street.-    ^      __   '  .1 . ,     Ji M. LAY, iManager.  9\  to  We are Waiting for You, and-will  Give You "White Treatment.".  \   -.    <-< <    .      ���  '-J-''    ?��r. ^6Vev, Wuof';ou-r ��Mto*ers kicking.   Not much I   They all get "White Trea'tment"-  lt^   S    *hke-that s .*?y\ The m*�� �� ^ve never seen, who Wndi borders by mail/is  served;with  tho same  satisfaction as  the  man who buys over the counter.   The "Best in the  House" goes out on "�����������-' �� +i���<���������*-   -   �����   *! ���    ���    *-���- ��� ��� -      *       ?  of losing  to send a  Dunn, .vs.;1 Clarke leave was  given to  prove claim by'affidavit.  Following ��� the case of -'Nipou -vs.* the  Jenckes Machine Cofnpany, the jury, case  of Hall vs. LaBau will be taken,up.< The  jurors in this case will be drawn.from  the following panel: F. M. Chadburne,  John Blaney,  George S. Kellaway,  H.*-  a. , Averjr,   Duncan   McFarland,., Levi  Pogue, ,F.   J   Squire,  George <W. Hale  William Waldie and Eh Sutcliffe. Tliis  is an action fori damages brought'by the'  ,plaintiff   against .Dr.   JJaBau   for  the  fumigation of the plaintiff's office. .The  action is  being, defended by the-city  as.it arose in connection with Dr.'La-  Bau's duties, as health officer.:    -, >-������. ���  The other cases remaining on^the'list  H1,, .?ssion of the court are" Arnot  vs. McMillan, Zattoni vs. Western Canada Insurance Company, Allenberg vs.'  Ritchie,, Allenberg ���vs.   Benson, * Robitaille  vs.   Mason  and  Young,  Coomtis  vs   Callaghan, Bartlett vs. Palmer," and  Malone vs. Ferguson >  aes out on "memo" if the Womer, 6rders! "The Best^in the House." 'We're not afraid'  outright sales'between the goingr out and coming back, of the goods. . You don't have  dozen -times before the right; thing'/is delivered/ Our stock bf .Watches and Diamonds *  W <���� lar M t];at/0?dS ���fc ��n ,"memo" d��a'<- ^dicap us once in a dog's age.   Ought to be pretty-  ,-.*���! Spod people to deal with, don't you think? <���      >��  * =< r , *  9S - . ���' , .-* '. ' ��� ..������':";';.*'_.:!. '* . "  (f\ Elgin and Waltiiam Watches, aH minner of "Cases, and Diamonds; - A biff  -'/fV equal in Bi 0.  Z r        *  r, j   \     t      - a w,i        i '     ( T  /.: Our Watch and  Jewelry Department  have no  All'work guaranteed.   AfaiL orders  ���I-  ���I-  -i-  t  *  ���J.  BEAL ESTATE  AND  INSURANCE  Agents for Trout ^ Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J. Taylor sates. i  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's time without interest.  of the claims.  The Vases'announced as settled were-  Hazelwood Dairy vs. Minielly, Camb-  bell vs. Fairweather Lumber Company'  Martyn vs. "Roche, Morrison vs'. *Lawr'  Chang vs. Luthwaite, Benny vs. Anderson, Vincent vs. Grier, Lawrence vs  Fairweather, - McLean vs.1 Morrison  Vaviaux vs. Crease, aud Shaw vs. Mc-  Graw.  The cases adj'ourned were: Irvine vs  Allen, Bank of Montreal vs. Conan"  Turner, Beeton & Company vs. Flynn  & Coulter, Lin Hun vs. Uyclena, Peterson vs Kee, and Whitehead vs. McNeill  Judgment by, default or consent was  given in .the following cases: McArthur  vs. Doyle, Nelson Saw. & .Planing -Mills"  vs. MeLeod, Hickmett--vs. Dawber, and  Twiss vs. Limbnrn ,     '  In-Tattersall-vs.,Hauck, the defendant  Paul Hauck was examined as a jude-  ..ment debtor. He was-garnisheed in the'   �� "uuieB"c; misu-n��  case of Tattersall vs. McMillan, but ig- frequent >rent<i  nored the order. ofv garnishment- and  paid over-the money owing by, him to  McMillan to other persons/Judgment'  against* him for $390.20 'was t'secured  and yesterday judge Forin made an order  requiring.-b.im to.pay $15 pe'r,month upon  the judgment, the time for the flrst pay  ,    NOTICE TO,SUBSCRIBERS,  .        '   'BY-'CARRIER. ,  On Saturday^next, 'subscribers  whose Tribunes are delivered'by -��-  carrier will be .expected to/pay* +  the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the , +  subscription price for the current *  SweeI*-,. . ���     I        ' y    -ir  *  *  t     ' i      * i * >  -is devoted to "Jack's folks,"/the husband finds them bores and the wife cannot endure" their presence. This is* the  i-esult of selfishness and lack of tact  pn.,the,part of*, either^ couple or^.their  relatives.'^ \ ;  ��" ThS- husband should treat'his wife's*  .relatives wilhJthe   same   consideration  .,he did as, a lover, but he should not permit, the interferance   in   his   domestic  "affairs.of.either her relatives or his^own,  nor( should she request him to.   .Once  this/rule" is established by a husband  , andYwife'and adhered to all,'possibility  of family, jars on this subject vanishes.  'J ��� r ���'���-      ���    '    -r        '    '     ��. "  -       I t  ,'" 'Dunsmuir's California Partners'". J  \ A.D.'Shepard, who has just .resigned  his posj; as geneial freight agent for the  Southern** Pacific at1 San ^Fiancisco,  is  "coming "to'Victoria 'for 'the' Pacific Im-  proverhent  ��>-.������   -  ����iT 'I- ' '  ,  . ,v -' -\j a r�� a - v*- /-_ j  "OFFICE: BAKER^STIJEETj WEST, NELSON B. Cy>       TELEPHO^i }i0. 219.:~ P. 0.' BOX 688^  DEVIL -THROWN   MISSILE^  ros.  333 West Baker Street, Nelson.  ment being fixed for' December-'lst. In  the course of his examination}it, was'  brought out that Hauck had disposed of  his-mining property, and that' he?"had  no means out of which to pay 'the amount of the judgment save his labor.  Of fche other cases disposed of, in  Taylor vs. Hey, leave was <.given to  prove the  claim  in chambers,  and  in  TFjOR-S-ALB-  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  EEG.IMLD J. STEEL  r.AKi-ti B_i_c_r  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  '  All Kinds of Teaming and Transfer  Work.  Agents for Hurd and. Soft; Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. Washington Brick, Llino & Mann-  tincturing Company. Goneral commorcial agon ts  and tuokors.  All coal and wood atrlotly cash on delivery.  Trw.PTTovi.j-T    Office 184 Baker St.  HENRY'S -1UBSEBIES  APIAHr /\ND GREENHOUSES  ACOMPLETELINEOF  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Insido Finish  *>   )oc.-l And .,)_���-..  Flooring  Ioc.il tmd ccner.   >,  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  Of all klLds.'  W! WHAT TOIT -WAKV W NOT IN STOCK  wu win hj.s.s vr tfon yoxj  '    OAIA AND GET PRI0E3,  award  Greenhouse and Bedding: out Plants.  Lowest   Prices.  BEE SUPPLIES, SJSEIDS, F__aTILIZ2JKS  Agricultural   implements,   fruit   baskets  and   ciates,   fruit  and   ornamental   trees,  toulbs for fall planting.  ���BfAT.T. ajvtj rAKip -"TRrnrp.. rjKTBnjr  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OP  HENDRYX AND VERNON BTREETS  Catalogues Free.  3009 ���Westminster Boad.  Vancouver  ���    A0 +  bi.Cs. BSSOR TO H,  D. ASHCROFT.  BLACKSMITH AND W009 WCRKEF{  EXPECT HORSESHOEIHC.  Special attention given to all kinds of  fepalrlns and custom work from outside  points.   Heavy bolts  made to order  on  Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pins luv_\hor Always in  S-OcK.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention  i Porto Rico Lumber Oo.Ltd.  ���'   ' '   i  .   ��- it-    > 'L    ���      . I< il. .   .     >v   I  ,  Are Family Jais., ���_ ^,_  , Family jars are' missiles" tlirown by  the-devil tr- ^estroy^'omes. - ru"'" '', J  ,   Pandora's' box contained no more mis  chief than >doe's the family jar.. '  A*,'lover's quarreKmay.lead to a*"be?t-  .ter ^understanding,;,but"th^ quarrel _&-.  tween.husband^and^wife rarely "does.: i }  ^ It mayfbe in the early, honeymoon*,'before ' the" two > really ��� iearn %o' kn6w eachi  other as one, but the frequent repetition^  cf domestic; misunderstandings-is like1  the frequent;rent<in a .rare -and, costlyl  fabric.. , '������  , There, are lace menders'��,who irepair  lace so-.it defles�� the, casual, observer?*'  detection, but the delicate, material ��� ofj  marital happiness, if rent often;by,hasty!  words, cannot be.so easily, restored.* - I  It has always.been a source of -wonder *  to me that people���the majority of even'  the cultured and refined���treat -their i  casual acquaintances with so much more ���  courtesy and kindness than they bestow  upon the ^members ofi their 'own household.* I      <, S.r    V, '  . If a man is the guest ofja,friend>and  finds no soap on his washstand 'or" no  matches in the smoking ��� room, he assures his apologetic Hostess when she  .refers to the subject that it. is--of no  consequence, and begs'her'not'to give it  J_swondJUmught._LAccidents_will-occur.-  , But-if the same accident" occurs rin his  own home���nine men of the .proverbial  ten ^make. it the occasion of a "family  j fir.  What in another home was, th'e merest trifle is a grave and serious misdemeanor in their own. ^et they love  their own families and value their own  homes. ' ,-���        j   *.  t  In the small occurrences of daily life'  wives and mothers ave prone to be less  considerate of the feelings 'of their own  near ones than dT strangers who sit as  guests'at :the .board."   V K.'-~ 7        \  \ The' careless ��tone,  the 'unrestrained  temper over a small* fault, the severe  criticism, the nagging impulse let loose;  are for the members of the household  "S?...'^ the'straneer within^thergates:  '    Still if the need came these women  would die for their famines.     .   ��� .     .  But to live the highest ideal of agreeable womanhood for them prov'es'too serious a strain*      / i ��������       /���',.',  The beginning of all trouble���money  ���is not unfrequently the chip on the domestic shoulder"which leads to-family  quarrels. ^  The husband is inconsiderate, or the  wife    extravagant, * or   the' sons   and  daughters   improvident. ' The1 husband  ��� doles  out  a pitiful  allowance  to  the  home; while he expends-a liberal fortune  on himself, or the wife contracts-bills  i which 'would be suitable for afla"dy of  .fortune, while her husband earns only  the salary of a clerk.   Indeed the com-'  plications are innumerable where money  proves the bone of contention in a home.  It is impossible for cupid to keep his'  abode where such quarrels 'are of frequent occurrence.  * ,. ,  Cupid likes the benefits and' luxucjes-'  and refinements which Mammon can bestow, but he has a horror of his vulgarities. And what is more vulgar than  dissentions and quarrels over money  m-tters?  Jealousy, which is the offspring of  selfishness and vanitj., Is another source  of family fusses.  Cupid sits in the corner for a while  during these scenes and holds his sides  with laughter. But after the performance becomes continuous he~yawn_r and  slips away���not to return.  Relatives figure largely in family dis-  Company,  the na,m6  under  'which4the/directors of tlie Sout_.err_]Pa-  /'ciflc1,.w6d, hold, the minor ity', interest in  ,^art (>of "the" Dunsmuir  properties,1, are  ^knoTj. n. ^Th'ey have 49 pei\ centj of. the  'stock" in the" Union colliery, 'the E/&.^N.  railway., and the E  & N. railway land  grant,v-andv it .iSj their interests'" which-  -Shepard;'will''safeguard/He''~i_ Expected  tabout'^the -end of the 'month'.vHe^ has  . been 27f years iwith the Southern Pacific  and is regarded as" one of the smartest  ,   /^Jlway menrm the west. He.will not  . ]  jbe salaried ,by, the con_paniestin'Britis__  is--   ,Columbia,;;but by the Pacific Improvement Company of California.'.  _ J1  '-.i'.  _���___.  i.  -__  J  I   Xir  X}   ('  PRBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRICKAND tlB|E . . .  \*1 *  'i- *- lu '  ~     *. J.'  Il  The\ ^ansfield'- ManuiTactunng Oamffidy'  have1 ,the. above1 mentioned Building!materials  . for. sale; ^reasonable prices.    Special-quota- ,  ��� :t'fei:-1i0S-1?&Ud^'" ^ con&ctbrs^fpj^large i  i orders.-, ->ff - .    y -\  . - >y�����>/ - �� -,  - .  '';^'sNOTidE.^r"H^>M  Courts!of Assize,^I.isrPrius���. O^^M  nl^^P.^a-^st October, 1301.'Civn-onljfftl  and  ���"r Town  and  ���JCivllII  City of Rowland. 8trfOctob_r.?U<.��&��  City   r.*   T._.*S.,i_>-,  "*i r -oi i&f'sffi*  ���" - V.  ,T f .Hays Well.Treated. \  \ SAN iB*_kj}ciSCO,'J September |30.!���In  connection with the retirement of president C.'M.-'Hays ofYitlie' Southern Pacific  the Chronicle'will" tomorrow say. "Hays,  it is leai'ned, was treated very generously by Harriman 'in their financial settlement. As is, well known, he accepted the  president"of the, Southern?Pa'cific fiom!  the Speyers at"a*salary"of ?55,000 a year,  with a contract for five yeais Harriman,  it is stated;jdecided toJallow Hays hite  full salary up to the end of the present  year, and halff,of lus,,sala.y for the le-  maining^four- years rcovered5 by his con-  tiact.';     _ '   *���  ' Germans IWilV Withdraw.'  PEKIN, September 30 ���It is assei ted  here on high authority that the Ger-  'man .garrison kinr Shanghai and.thes Ger-  man'"ltroops whoJare guarding the railroad- beyond the .Kiao ^Chou boundarv  will-be withdrawn' soon * At the* reauest  of Dr. Mumm von Schwartzenstem, the  Germaii-_minister,__se---en--Chinese-ha\e  been tiled and sentenced to be beheaded  for complicity, m the murder of a Gsi-  man trader in' a .village* near Pekin last  month.  -iK   r ~ '  '  '*'W #_-*%iK  '5*1* -  *���  i tyi-.--.r--T- v  mifi&^MllL f ROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  ^{^o��nfly'V?ntrerV $&&$&$��&*  23rd/^ Octobei-.t'isoi.^  August, 1901.'  .f^f-  iVf-  ���-ih"  NOTICE-"'" est*  > m'  CJOJS/EJP^lJSr-y5T  ���c./  I     0-nCB.r BAKER STREET WEST, juts-.-."-!: C. TELEPHONE NO 210.    P. 0 BOX 688.  TEL  - BAKER   STREET.   NELSON.  Uighted by Electricity and Heat-  ,*   i\<"4 .ed-with.*Hot Air.':  Large comfortable bedrooms and flrst-  class dining room. Sample* rooms for commercial men.   .    ;    7/��*vj,    ��� >.    ,  RATES ��2, PER DAY  _________________ I *  i. ���������. t  W|rs. E. G. Clarke, Prop.  ,, m Late of tho Royal Hotel, ^algary  W|adden House  Bakor and Ward  'Streets,  Nelson.  the cltv<Jn3f"^,Alexi^Swans0��'  InteZotrgm  ���KrZif ci}y .of Nelson, deceased lntest___.  r$ri:\  Swanson was appointed,_SmlSstrat__-i'____f4l  1e!sfdrNn'?,Le .tat. a1d effect, oft said^de-_l^J  odfeC^iafereherretlUlred wlth]ifS.lSt��!H^  full particulars  declaration   to-..,  Nelson aforesaid ,-        "ViTaJfesI  0,A"<i notice Is also hereby given that aftor%> .��1  ?^h'/ftst mentioned date^slld ^mlnUtr^^Sl  .S&Sm,1?00"64,10 distribute the assets ofW^1  the said deceased according to law ?i,�����!?��,,J ?^J>  regard   to  iny-di^or^I^he^JiP8  th^.?fl.iav���c_,recelved notice   ".    e ����� 1}$M  i\n_ a_s.  Dated this 29th day of August, A  D  190LJ,  EL MOT & LENN_e"yJ3  Solicitors for the Adi_iiiistrator.->  A  TREMONT HOUSE  , The only hotel ln Nelson that has remained under one management since 1890.  Tho bed-roomc \am well; furnished and  lighted by electrl_u>.  The bar is always-stocaeo ny the best  domestic and Imported ltqnors and cigars.  THOMAS' MADDEN, Proprietor.  R21 TO 331 BAKKR STREET,'NKLSON  AMERICAf. AND EUROPEAN     __  PLANS  MEALS. 25 GENTS   *  Rooms-Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy Steam 25 Cents to $1  * OEETIPIOATE   OP  IMPBOVEMEHTB-*  rih^FS15-.?1^ , MINERAL CKAIM%1  w_,U^teTrln.the Nelson Mining Division of^1  W��f�� Kootenay District " y��CS*k  Ne7s^inre located   About one m��e south,ofCM  TrSik?T.notIFe JthafI, AVillam John Goepe..^  free Miner's Certificate No 50,500, Int__ndS  fPfK-^SX*, tro% the date hereof, to apply.  TS.i2S,MInln.Br Reorder for a Certificate ot'l  iV_lp��0ye,I-ent^for the purpose of obtaln-^S_t;4  lnf ���^i Sf^u" Gra.nt oC t}ie above claimT^v-^ I  ��nL��}Zth(�� take notIce lhat action _un-?,fgPV.r  ?��Z 8u.^on **' 1?us't ?e commenced hetozti^  trtve^tT' of-su^-CeTtfficate  of vi.JL._fc-.  ir_Rate,i   thls  16Ul  a��-y  of  August,   A.   D.^'>  1001 AV   J    GOEPEL.*> , tj|,  OEETIFIOATE  OF  IHPBOYEMEITTS. ?1��1  NOTICE-THE  CllAMnuis   UU-i IhUaL: ^  claim,, situate, in ,the  Nelson  mlnlngi.^ji-|lS  M^0t^ofAWesJ Kootenay  district. ,AVh��^6��|��  located: vOa-Forty-nine. creek*-about"^^_li  Y?Z?ax H9m" hydraulic  dam. ;^ake��noti^f��-l  iJjn-V-I.'^7;W. .Matthews,;acting"wU^St.SsM  ��or,,llenry   Samuel   Crotty, ������s-tr%e^mtne��at��mi  ��^fl^te^No.tb^9,9J0,   intend,   sixty -dayS*?II|.  from the date^horeof, to apply, to the _alSif��  5_____ . ?��r   ,tho . Purpose   of ��� obtaining y_iYy^  ...-   purpose   of  crown-grant' of   tho "abovo" claim    Anrt   -~_2_:  ffin^1"'takd. >lot,ce that Mttoh, uSdir m��'1$*  ��?_����,A?ustube��� commenced before tho IS- ^  suance of such certificate of improvetnenta.    -&  Dated this 18th day of July. A. P   l^   "4>*  OEETIFipArTEi' OP  IMPEOVEMENTS. '??  nJ?{sef'.K,toh.e.ner and 1<ast Chance mln- ^'5'  oral claimsi situate in the Nelson _nlnlS_ - \  WLl^XTWest Kootenay district. Wh_if    "lit  r r 1  free  certificate   6-,670b,7_Hen?��7��. Hammond:  An-  '    HOTEL' *E0"SSEASD.  i    Third door from Grand Central Hotel  ion Vernon street. Best dollar a day  house ^in town.-Hobse and furniture new  and flrst class in every respect. 'Lighted  by gas. Room and board ?5 to ?6 per  week.>No,Chinese employed here.  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN. Proprietor.  P. Burns & CJa  Head Office at '  NELSON, B. O.  Mothers-in-law, fathers-in-law, husband's sisters, wive's brothers are .all  subjects of contention in many homes. I  Although the lover finds them charm-  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  1 'x'h. McMANtJS, Manager.      l  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First class table board.  W. P. TIERNEY  Telephone 285,  agreements.  1-law.    fnthora-lTi-l-���.      U,,_._  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  �� _  ing before man-Jag- and the sweetheart 1 Offlee: -Two Dooti West C.  Wholesale and Retail  ��� Dealers in Meats  Markets at' Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silverton, New  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson. Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid.  way, and Vancouver. ,  ���'  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ~~  _j 7-*-^r'?. certificate "55,���C9b.   and   _i.ii-  izSSS&ft G/IeYe' free mlner-a certifl^te  K,668b.   intend  sixty  days  from   the  d_{��  for a certificate of. Improvements, for thn  purpose^ obtaining a crown i��_ht of thi  above.claim. And further take noilce thSt  action,   under  section  37,   wu.t  be  com.  _fflnnCte���d^efore the Nuance of sSch 2��l  tificate of improvements.        R   smttpw  '   Datedjthis 25th, day of July, A. Rum.  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPBOVEMEKTS.  NOTICE���NELSON   MINERAL   pt Mi_r  NeTshonr- looa^ed: About one mile south ot  : . ; _  <''in  V  s O*  -,s*-i|  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKSAI-S AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. 0 BLOCK  I WAED STBEET  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  OIU)K-��S_  ;*^y   r :..-��--  to the Mining Recorder for a Certlflcato  pf Improvements, for the purpose of SbS  ^I^^V?" Crown Grant of tffe above cla��m  .Anl further .take notice that action, i���:  der section 37, must be commenced before  provimentT ��' SUCh Certlfi��atP of ir��  ,^ated-this:lGth day of August A. D.  ml- .JOHN   PATERSON.  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  . NOTICE.-MONUMENT MINERAL  claim, situate in the Nelson mining dlvis?  ion of West Kootenay district. Where located: At the head of Grohman creeic on  Grohman^mountain. Take notice that 1  J. M. McGregor, acting as agent for Steve  Hawkins, froe miner's certificate No  b50,43o. 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 grant  that action under section 37, niust be com.  that action, unded section 87, must be commenced bef ore,the Issuance of such cei.  tificate of Improvements.  M  m THE NELSON TRIBUNE, TUESDAY MORNING,  OCTOBER , 1,, 1901
THE dollar you "make" is no bigger or better
than the dollar you "save " We do not MAKE
dol'ar., but We can SAVE them for you by dealing
with us. Begin the right way and invest in one of
our fine PURSES. Our goods are all new and our
priess the lowest.    No trouble to show them.
W. F. Teetzel & Oo.
-Pop the Boys
ry -Mill "i^jfV" *.,*** *
kSC. ?-'*v?a^nS added "to my stock a large
taPj 1 ange of"-,Youth's Boy's and Children's
,*V tlotbingf I am nW prepared to  offer
■S toJ,thel_ public 'the best' variety of these
§j. fc-oodsever shown1'in Nelson!       '
*>-»** -J*.    >'7T   K        .   n-
-r-   '-
» . Everything is new and * up-to-date
and are selling at the very lowest prices.
Intending purchasers wiU do well to
examine my stock and get prices before
purchasing elsewher., '        ('
Mark B.' Thomas has arrived from
Toronto. He will succeed Fred Burnett
as manager of the Nelson Gas & Coke
Brown Brothers, jewelers, announce
in another column that they can explain
how you can procure a good timepiece
without  cramping  yourself  financially.
J. G. McLean, who has the contract
for two or three miles of the rock work
on the G. N. R. extension in East Kootenay, is calling for 500 day and station
men. He states that there will be'eight
months work on the job, and>the wages
for day men is placed at $2.25 per; day.
Any desiring work should apply to J.
G. McLean at Elko.
■a   _
Far      Ufc&->cV'W    .-,,//        •    >   ';•"•"£    J«    r, ,   --U        < . >«
B_B_B_-___-__BMBMHH"'''^^^^>^^^^^B^T^^^^^^  * '»
8now 'Is : your '.time, to/get .a *bargain/ih HKesef lines*'as we
musrSspoSe, of them. all..this 'month. ,,If )>ou .want^qne'-or
both "of -these lines .the .price won't Hinder you.-.   ,
3_- r     •- » H ^Vx     *-q. *■
J. *
^ *-",&. V.  y.h importers and Dealers In Shelf and Heavy Hardware.
"_. •.**
I. tEERGflSONf & CO.
_ ^—~
-Earner Seattle) Beer in pints aud <j.uaits.    Doge Head Ale and Stout in
pints and quarts.   Kola Wine, the best Temperance drink.
Our Special Canadian Eye in 6s and 6s.
Dawson's Perfection Scotch Whiskey.   ;   Granada pure Havana Oigars.
Union Oigars, a full rangeinprio es.   Cards and Pokei*0hips.
Agents Brunswick-Balke Cdllender Billiard
Tables and Supplies.
Word was received in Nelson yesterday of the arrest of a number of men
in Nelson, Washington, upon a charge
of stealing a number of horses, saddles
and blankets from Richmond Travis of
Fairview. At the time of their arrest the
men had considerable of the stolen property in their possession. They are being held at Nelson awaiting extradition
proceedings. "     .
'Herb Irvine and George W. Robinson
nave formed a partnership and will open
a shoe store in the premises to the'east
of the Hudson's Bay Company on Baker
streeb Mr. Irvine leaves this evening
for the east to purchase a stock of goods!
The new Aim will make a specialty of
American lines and will buy from the
manufacturers. They expect to have
their'premises fitted up and their stock
"in Nelson so that they can'open by
. John Gallagher, the _uan who created
so much "excitement in the city on Saturday by'his story that he had been snot
in Kaslo and that he was carrying
about', a couple of, bullets in. his body,
was fined ?10 and cbsts in the police
court yesterday morning for being drunk
and disorderly and also required»to pay
for the damage done to the door in the
city hall, out of which he smashed a
panel.' He could give the police no information-as to how he came by the
three knife wounds which were dressed
by Dr. LaBau on Saturday. •       {
Chief Jarvis yesterday received -word
that - Robert,    Thompson, , .the' .. man
wanted iri this city for'the forgery of a
check, Jx. .;which. the .name oft .William
Waldie...was  attached/- was-, inr Curley,
Washington. Thompson is1 the man .who
served  a six month's sentence' in the
city jail for a.petty theft from the Manhattan .saloon. A few„ days, after, his ttime
' was out he secured work on the government" road,, under  the foremanship  of
Waldie...Instead  of ,going ito' .work he
loafe"d about'town and forged Waldie's
name to a check covering several days
work. This'he induced H. A. Prosser to
cash, and got out of town with the Nor-
,ris dbg show, going with them to ,Ros's-
'land. At Rossland he is said'to have
- stolen • a horse from * the 'show "people
vand made,his way across the line. As
there is considerable uncertainty in connection   with*- extradition * proceedings
it is not likely that the city will make
any effort-to' bring Thompson back.
" A special , meeting ^of the Nelson
Wholesale "-Grocers' Association will be
held this evening in the office of the A.
Macdonald. Company.- ,-It'is understood;
that • the, meeting^ has been 'called for
the purpose of taking action as an association upon~the move made by some of
"the retail merchants of Nelson and surrounding towns, which in the opinion of
the Nelson wholesale houses was directed with a view-to preventing them from
securing from the Canadian Pacific
Railway Company a wholesaler's tariff
to apply on /all -goods resMpped from
Nelson to bona fide retail merchants. It
is thought by some of the local wholesale men that'when the matter is explained to, the retailers in its true light
much ■ of .their opposition will be disposed ,of, li' The call for the meeting,
which- is- t0~be-beld-at-8-=o'clock-this
evening, has been Issued by R. J. Hamilton, secretary of tbe local wholesale
association. .    , >.
v6H/JJS 'HUH*/ &>%'jts ttnJirtr W
Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.
GBH OARS, Bklps. cages, ore bin doors, chutes and general wrought iron work. Our ore cars are
thol-eston tb.-^Tmorket    Write us for references and full particulars. ,.„ml   .  „„.   „„
SECOND HAND IVtAOHINERY FOR SAUS.- Ono 5-foot Pelton w_t.rv.heel, width 800 foot, "8 to 16"
spinal rioted pipe. Onf10_5_13 outside packod plunger sinking pump. Rook drills, stoping
bars, &c &c.
•»_   O.   Box  108. THIRD   AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.
The best in the market, in 1-2
pound and 1 pound packages.
Telephone 161.
j. I. WS^Mk
§06 a Pound
Fall Millinery Opening
Mrs. Enfield desires to announce
to the ladies of Nelson that her
Millinery Opening will take place
Ootober 1st and 2nd.
in the Ppera House block, next door
to Postoffice.
Good . . .
Can. be' procured without
ari extravagant outlay of
money. If you will come
to us we will explain how
you may get a first-class
. watch and not cramp yourself financially.
Opticians and Jewelers.
On Saturday next, subscribers
whose Tribunes are-delivered by
carrier will be expected to pay
the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the
subscription price for the current
*-K~.'M"M"t"M"I".   ■I"H"I"I"M"M"II,I"I"I-
Oscar White, superintendent of the
Slocan Star mine, Sandon, was in town
yesterday, en route home from Spokane.
Miss Moir of Montreal has arrived in
Nelson to take charge of the trimming
department in Mrs. E. McLaughlin's
millinery parlors:
B. J. Perry, 'lawyer, politician, mine
manager, and philanthropist, passed
through Nelson yesterday en.route to
Victoria. He had been at the Noble Five
mine, Slocan district, on a trip of inspection.
Dr. Rose and wife are at present residing at Dr. Hall's," on .Silica street.
Mrs. Rose will be-at. home on Tuesdays.
Fred Bosquet has arrived from Trail
to take charge of the hard'work in P.
Burns &. Co.'s meat market in Nelson.
Mrs. Bosquet .'and*'*-he children will be
here in a day^or two.  ,_
Putting the Church Choirs in Uniform.
TORONTO, September 30.—The choir
,of the Sherburne , Street Methodist
church were gowned yesterday. Both
male and female1 members'were dressed
alike in black gowns, like those of university accessories; . with the white collars and ties.". The ladies had no hats,
but .wore black, velvet ribbons in their
hair. The church, authorities are following out the custom in vogue in several
of the leading Methodist churches in the
United States.._Yi   >     >
Bernier Gets a Starter.
MONTREAL, -September SO. — Lord
Strathcona today promised captain Bernier $5000 towards outfitting his Polar
expedition. As the public subscriptions
remaining to be* raised'amount to $55,-
000, which* sum,i.witn the $60,000 promised by the Dominion.-government, will
outfit the expedition.,   , ', t ,
WilMlWSend. Delegation. ,
, LONDON, September^ 30.—"Mr. Kruger," says a 'dispatfeh to the Daily Mail
from Brussels,'"'has abandoned the idea
of sending a "delegation "to'the president
ofthe United,States,-having ascertained
that president-Roosevelt'will pursue the
policy of" non-int'6rSfention."    -'   ' f
Mrs. E.; MicLaughlin
y.:;. ..Toflay  C'V,?^
an. Attractive
,   Stock of Hats,
including all the
Newest Models;
Parlors in West Block,
- ^
Corner Baker and Hall Sts.
Notice of
Millinery Opening
Will Appear Later.
{h. H. PLAYFORD & CO. i
•v .      *
* — £
.fl to
£ p. 0. Box 637. Telephone 117. $
%■ £
500 Day and Station.Men
Eight   months'   work.    All   rock.
Wages $2.25 per day.
Elko,  B.C.
notioe oFMEETrus;: ,:.-■.'.
A special meeting of the Nelson Wholesale
Grocers AsacciaUou baa been called for this
(I'uesday) evoDing. nt 8 o'clook in the offloe of the
'. Maodohald Company,  as raattora ot _veyy
&'reat Importance- to tho" Association  will bo
Brooitht _o_o_n the meeting, It ia Coped thnt then
will bo at full ___.n_»_ce of momb_r_.
JB. J. JaA*fli__W>Jt,'
We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever received
in Kootenay. Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles. Winchester Smokeless and
Savage Carbines. Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequaled
for simplicity, accuracy and effect.
Blowers,   Exhausters,   Hand   Shaft  Pumps,  Pipe  and  Fittings Steam   Packing,   Leather
Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.
HUME—B. Tcundle, Montreal; M.
White, Winnipeg; G. B. Mcintosh, Silverton; C. W. Busk, Kokanee Creek; J.
Galbrant, Toronto;, A. L. Davenport,
Spokane; Mrs. Alex Davidson, Pernie;
L. G. Henderson, Vancouver; M. G. Gil-
lam, Brie; A. F. McMillian, Spokane;
B. Neild, Toronto; S. Stewart, Silverton.
PHAIR—L. A. Campbell, Rossland;
W. F. Almy, Boston; E. Nelson Fell and
family, Athabasca; O. V. White, Sandon; R. Reddick-and H. C. Sinclair,
Rossland; W. P. Short, Robson; F. M.
Sterling, ' Toronto; John Harris,
Spokane; Mr. and Mrs. Gilsonsett, Montreal.
QUEENS—J. k. Hardie, Chewelah;
M. C. Schalm and wife, Grand Forks;
Colin C. Brown, Rossland; John MeLeod, SlocanrCity.
MADDEN—T. G. Combs, Procter;., A.
McGillivray, Procter; . John -Harbottle,
Robson; Charles Donohue, Spokane.-
GRAND -CENTRAI-—Fred Swanson,
Robson; Charles'Hewett, Sandon; E. J.
Flahiff, Paris, Ontario.
NELSON—G. D. Fife, Winnipeg; >F.
Jarvis, , Toad Mountain; B. Edwards,
Grand Forks.     '   ,   '       ,     '       ■
TREMONT—James Quigley, Trail;
John Callaghan, Trail.     t _
*. - . __1 ___:  ' y
_ , Mining Becords. .
Certificates of -work,have been issued
to the'Royston Go'ld Mines on the Lady
Minto;-. Godfrey Birtsch, on.the Musket;
J. K. Crandon, on the Harvey Joy and
Maggies. H., Mortelette • on the ,Gold
Treasure No. 1 and Gold Treasure;/!?.
C Collins, on the -Hazel, Fraction;
George''Maitland et al,- on the Minerva.
One bill of sale was recorded in which
George Dethoine transferred to the Royston Gold Mines the whole of the Jumbo,
Merryfleld, -Morning Glory, Sovereign,
Gold Standard, - Jumbo -'Fraction, and
Missing Link mineral .claims, situate on
the east slope of Sandy creek on Morning mountain. _•__»
j British Score a Success.'
'LADYSMITH,-' Natal, September 30.
—The-British success at Fort Italia is,
now-known to"have been greater ^than'
was at flrst reported, 20 Boers were killed and more than 300 were wounded or
captured. , -        ■
Coffee Roasters
Dealer* in Tea and Coffee
We are offering at lowest prices the best
frades o.  Ceylon, India, China and Japan
Our Best', Mocha and Java Coffee, per
pound » 40
Mooha and Java Bland, 3 pounds  1 00
Choice Blend Coffeo, 4 pounds  1 00
Special Blend Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00
Ho Blend Coffeo, 6 pounds  1 00
Special Blend Coylon Tea, per pound SO
Telopfione 177.
P. 0. Box 182.
You can get them at
Baker Street.
~     To the Ladies we extend a cordial invitation to ito
to    Our display will be , of French and American \to
S Pattern' Hats,  German  Mantles  and Automobile jjj
to Coats,, American Tailor-made 4 Costumes and Silk \&
2\ Blouses.      *  ' J!(
CO |
NELSON, B.0. )f)
h\ Baker and Ward-Streets
<_?--r **~''0'0'""-l£l'\"-ig'iZ;t£'   \k'i '__}'-*it,_*-,-.'i.'-1-'Vi-^1'
Going Otit of Business
DRY GOODS /,   '
Syndicate, Limitei
Incorporated under tho laws of Brltidh Columbia.
Capital $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 shares       Par value $1.00 each-
All treasury stock No promoters and no preferred
KrWi-C*. Stock.   . C__-affW«r_-d__od_a_d_-C__|(iJ
PROPERTIES:—Camborne'   Group,   nine   claims,
• Oyster Group, six claims. < Located in the Free
Gold Fish River Camp, Lardeau Mining Division.
B. 0. . Large .Veins.   Free milling gold ore.
FIRST ALLOTMENT:—200,000 shares now offered
at 50 cents per share.
In view of the splendid showings of both high and low* grade
ore, and the unrivaled facilities for the economical developing and
working of the properties, it is confidently expected that not only
will the present issue of stock be sold quickly, but that no more
will be offered at less than par.
Address all inquiries or applications for stock to
Official Broker.
P. O. BOX 566
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