BC Historical Newspapers

BC Historical Newspapers Logo

BC Historical Newspapers

The Nelson Tribune Oct 3, 1901

Item Metadata


JSON: xtribune-1.0189177.json
JSON-LD: xtribune-1.0189177-ld.json
RDF/XML (Pretty): xtribune-1.0189177-rdf.xml
RDF/JSON: xtribune-1.0189177-rdf.json
Turtle: xtribune-1.0189177-turtle.txt
N-Triples: xtribune-1.0189177-rdf-ntriples.txt
Original Record: xtribune-1.0189177-source.json
Full Text

Full Text

Array I  .4..  tf  44. jTt.j��  !<���       ESTABLISHED  1892  THURSDAY M0KN1NG,  OCTOBER  3,   1901  DAILY EDITION  ALAWYER'SPLEA  WANTED AN EDITOR AND  A REPORTER CINCHED.  Pl   ALL  BECAUSE  THEY RIDICULED  A CASE IN WHICH HE WAS  INTERESTED.  >*.  The highly technical case of Hall vs.  LaBau, in which law, sulphurous acid  gas, oratory, humor, conflicting medical  testimony and other things enter into  in about equal parts, was on again at  yesterday morning's session of the  county court. It drew-an even better  audience than on the previous day, and  for a time it looked as if the editor and  reporter of The Tribune would be given  a few lines to say. This object was  sought by S. S. Taylor, who appears in  VZ the  case for   the   plaintiffs.    He   saw  all kinds of contempt of court in' the  .heading of The Tribune's report of the  previous day's proceedings, which likened them to a farce comedy, and immediately applied himself to the work  of upholding the dignity of the court  and setting in motion the' local machinery necessary to lecord its vengeance.  This portion of the proceedings was interesting, the* more so as "it developed  that the lawyer m question appeared to  .have a monopoly of the opinion that  there was, any flagrant contempt> of  court in the report or comment'on the  case so far as it had progressed.       i  The indignation of Mr. Taylor was uncorked as soon as the court opened. He  had a copy of this great family journal  In his hand when ho began.    He commenced by saying,that' he  desired   to  call the attention of the court to The  Tribune's utterances, which, with a well  sustained amount of heat, he characterized as grossly indecent in that it cast  reflections upon  his , honor   the   trial  judge, and also tended to seriously prejudice the case foi the plaintiff in the  minds of the *mors.    This  is not all  that was said about the editor and reporter because. Mr. Taylor, was'out to  |     make the .most of Jus  opportunity' in  "T . upholding the dignity pf - judge 'Form's.  I-'--court, and at--the-'same time get in a  \if    crack at The Tribune. \He made a num-  f  ��  p.  h  p  Vi  I/,  It  K  l/-  ���ber of oratorical circles, expressing his  own condemnation of * the writings of  the editor, and reporter, employed on The  Tribune, and then proceeded to read-the  report of the previous days proceedings,  ���which neaily everyone in Nelson had  read some hours before with more or  less approval. First of all Mr. Taylor  said he did not appro.o ofthe he.dins  under which the report appeared He  did not like the comparison of the case  to a farce comedy. The report he said  -was inaccurate, but the inaccui acies  -were not singled out, so that the issue  between the reporter and the irate lawyer scarcely admits of consideration.  Bad as the report was, however, it was  as formalin to sulphurous acid gas when  compared with the editorial comment.  In conclusion he asked the court that  the editor of The Tribune be fired for  "his contempt, and that the reporter be  excluded from the court room as fitting  punishment for his offence.  Judge Form evidently differed wilh  the stout champion of his dignity. He  said he did not take the comments as  a reflection upon himself, nor did he feel  hurt by them. He remarked that he  knew the editor of The Tribune very  well, in fact all knew him, and he was  given a little more latitude than any  other editor in the province. He did not  consider that the comments of the pa-  ;per were in good taste while the case  -was still before the jury, but he did not  propose to take notice of them, but if  such a thing happened with one of the  supreme court judges the editor might  .get himself into very serious trouble.  This disposed of the- newspapermen's  chance of figuring further in' the case  and   the   objections   of Mr.   Taylor to  ��� > them:-were dropped for objections which  he had to offer to the manner in which  , iW. A. -Macdonald was seeking to conduct  , the defence of his .(silent.   His first objection was to the admission of the rules  of and * regulations   of  the   Provincir.l,  Board of. Health;   as   sought : by   the  amendment of the previous evening.;He,  also contended that the desired amend-?  . ment admitted the plaintiff's case.:  The  court held against , him   on   the latter  point, and also decided to allow the defendants Yto'go   ahead yM'ith.their- evidence subject to  leg-al   argument as to  whether the rules and regulations of the  provincial; board  Would ..apply ln  the  City of Nelson.   ���:-���:'.',.Yy'" ';*,;,..'.;'Y*; ���"*���/.*  Another start was then; made in the  taking of- the Y evidence of Dr. LaBau,  but it had not got well* underway,: until  7 TVSt. Macdonald asked whether the plain-  ��� tiff was prepared (to produce in ''court  the surgical instruments:which It .had  been , claimed- were damaged. ^ Mr. Macdonald explained -tliat the instruments  could .easily be brought into:court and  would be of assistance to the: jurors  and witnesses whom he proposed to call  for the defense. . ','.'��� '  The plaintiff's counsel characterized  ���this as a: piece of grand stand play,.an  observation which is'reproduced at the  risk of its being held a contempt of  court. He added that he was quite prepared to have the instruments in court  if it was considered necessary, but he  asked the court to hold that it was not !  necessary. j  Judge Forin denounced the request aa  a gross irregularity. He explained in the (  J.01U-J0 of a short speech to the jurors ^  mat there was a regular method or  securing the instruments in court, but  it had not been taken. Upon this he  then proceeded to enlarge and remarked  that in the past he had been altogether  too indulgent to the lawyers practicing  in his court, and many of them abused  their privilege. For the future he would  go on a new tack and would require  strict compliance with the proceedure  of 'the court with respect to dress and  everything else. He then reminded the  defendant's counsel that he had decided  to allow the regulations to' go in, but  had reserved decision as to whether they  would apply, or not. They could be used  by the defense for the purpose of showing thato there was a usual method of  fumigating "in such cases.  This ruling of the court was objected  to bv Mr. Tavlor. He held that the regulations were no evidence of the usual  mode of fumigating unless they applied  to the city of Nelson, no more than any  text book, printed journal or other publication. The regulations simply represented tho ideas of the members of  the provincial board of health upon the  mode of fumigation.   -  Judge Form in reply remarked to  Mi. Macdonald that his impression was  that the regulations did not apply to  the city of Nelson. He .then asked if it  wr.s the intention of the defense to. assume that the regulations did not apply.  Mr. Macdonald in answer said that he  intended to assume that they did apply to the city of Nelson or to Dr. LaBau as provincial health officer. The  court remarked that this changed the  whole case. The defense up to*-date had  boen that Dr. LaBau was proceeding as  a city health officer.' He would" therefore"  ask tho detense to>elect-whether the defense was, to proceed in* this shape or  oe changed so that the defendant ^appeared as a provincial health officer.'  Mr. Macdonald replied that he wanted  all ,the protections that the regulations  would afford, ��� and he therefore asked  leave to amend paragraph 7 so that it  would describe the defendant as a pro-  vri-ial health i officer as well as a ��_���/  health officer, i  Mr. Taylor [opposed this application.  He asked thatiif the desired amenlmeat  bet permitted that it be only upon terms  that the defendant pay all costs to1 date,  and that the case be adjourned till the  next sitting of the court. He contended  that the amendment, if granted, wouldr  prejudice his case. -.  Mr. Macdonald denied this and cited  authority in support, of his contention  that m the county court the defendant  had the right'.to appear in court and,  raise upon trial any-new defense that  he'saw fit",   ;       . "**  <The oourt 'then .retoarked that he  would grant the" amendment. ^When he  had1.it gravely noted, he adcled.that-he  must recognise the strength of. Mr. -lay.  lor's statement that lie cdul'd not go on.  The case would therefore stand enlarged  until the next session _ of the county  court, with costs for the plaintiff?  Mr. Macdonald ,was upon his feet, so  soon as this jvas' .announced, with the  remark, "Well1, your honor, "I -will withdraw my application for the amendment." To^this Mr. Taylor replied, that'  tho amendment could not be withdrawn.  Mr. Macdonald retorted that when the  terms sought to be" imposed was considered too onoious for the defendant to  bear the amendment could be with-  drp^'n.  Jud^e Form repeated that ���*he would  allow the amendment upon the usual  terms. He then announced that the case  would stand enlarged at the cost of th'e  defendant. Mr. Macdonald again asked  the court whether it would not hear  him upon his application'foi the withdrawal of the amendment, to which the  court _replied~in~the_ negative-that~h_T  had given his ruling. He then dismissed  the jurors and. the very remarkable case  of Hall vs. LaBau was hung up until  tho next session of the court.  not exceeding 52,000,000, for the acquisition of steamships and to aid in their  equipment for the Pacific coast business  of the company, was ratified as was also  a resolution authorizing the directory  to set aside $250,000 as a pension fund  for employees. Sir Thomas Shaughnessy intimated that the employees  would not be called upon to pay anything into the fund; that it would be a  company fund. The old board was reelected. Sir Thomas was the recipient  of many congratulations from the shareholders upon his recent honor.  BoersWere Heavy Ilosers.  LONDON, October 2.���The Boer reverse at Moidewill occurred on September 29. The'Boers are reported to have  been 1000 strong. Lord Kitchener in his  dispatch says the British-repelled the  attack with great vigor. After the close  of the fighting colonel, Kekewich was  slightly .wounded in two places. He says  that all ranks behaved'extremely well.  The wounded were taken to Rusten-  berg, half way between Pretoria and  Mafeking. Lord Kitchener confirms the  heavy losses of the % Boers. About 250  were killed and 300 wounded dm ins  their attack on the forts at Italia. There  is a prospect, he says, of the-guns recently captured' at Vlakfontein being  recovered from the Boers.  PREDICTS GREAT PROGRESS  A CLEAN SWEEP  THE  GRITS CARRY NOVA  SCOTIA ALMOST SOLID.  THE   POOJR   TOBIES   WILL- ONLY  MUSTEK1 TWO VOTES IN THE  NEXT HOUSE.        "'' ���    -  Episcopal Church to Change Canon**.  NEW YORK, October 2.���The following sections of. canons 14 and 15 in' the  proposed new canons of the Episcopal  Church are the two principal ones relating to marriage and divorce to.be  acted on today at the Episcopal convention at San Francisco. Canon 14, section 4: No minister shall solemnize  marriage between any two persons-unless- by Inquiry*he shall have satisfied'  himself that neither person has been orr  is the husband; or the wife of any other  person then living, unless the former  marriage'.was'annulled by a. decree of  some civil 'court, of ..competent, jurisdic-.  tion for cause existing before such 'former marriage. Canon 15 of the. discipline of divorced persons, section. 1:'|  Nb person, divorced for cause arising  after marriage and marrying again during theYlifeti_a_ of the. other party-to  , the divorce shall be admitted to baptism.  or confirmation: or.; received  into  holy  'communion- except Ywhen penitent and  separated from the pther ���party, to  the  -.subsequent marriage, or when penitent  and in immediate danger of death; "but  this canon shall not apply to'." the innocent party to a divorce for the cau3e of  adultery,*   ������������:.:';.:. .���"*':"'-.'.,  .'���'. -.������.:  Night Fighting in South Africa.  LONDON, October '2.���-Lord Kitchener  today reports that 2 officers and 31 .men  have been,killed in an attack made on  colonel Kekwich's v.camp at Meedwill.  The Boers, who' were under commandants Delarey and Kemp, had 14 officers  and 114 men wounded, after two hours  of night fighting, when the Boers were  driven off.:- Colonel Kekwich was among  the wounded.  Made Provision for a Pension Fund,  y MONTREAL, October 2.��� The annual  meeting of the Canadian Pacific Railway  Company shareholders-was held at the  company's general office at noon today.  The reports submitted were of a gratifying nature. A resolution authorizing  the board of directors to issue. bonds.  ' For Cape Colony.   '  - "Yes, I feel sure that there will be a  long^ reign,. of' prosperity, throughout  South Africa at the close of the present  war. You see ,the great mineral resources of the Transvaal district have  "never been any way nearly properly developed, while'the great -'gold- mines of  the district of Rhodesia" are practically  unexplored."-  Such was the statement made by sir  Charles'Elliot, special railway commissioner bf the Cape Colony government^  in conversation, with a Star reporter at  Monti <~al., '������*.    , \ _.  . , ' .^.  Sir Charles'has been general" manager  of the Cape Colony government railways  since 1873, when' only one railway was  first taken'over by "the'government. At  that time there -were 'aDout_ forty-five  jniles" of track in the country, while at  the present time there "are upwards-of  three thousand miles. ��� ' -"*  '��� Sir Charles'has been sent out to Eu-  rope-'and America   by,, his   government  to inspect i the 'various railways and see  what improvements can 1. e -made 'in his  own.country.. He has at all times been  _deeply'-interested   in   all   questions,,relating to South* AfricafYespecially those,  in .which the'native-Boer is" concerned*;"'  "But what is your  chief  reason   for  saying that things will prosper in the  country?" -      ( ���"  "Well you see the -great amount of  plant that will be brought into the country, or is already m tue seaports waiting till the war is declared off, in--order  to be forwarded, is ,a positive sign that  the value of the resources of the country'  have been recognized, and, with that  known, it is impossible that there  should not be general' prosperity. The  lines of the government railway at pres--  ent run from Cape Town to Johannesburg, Pretoria, Bloomfontein, and Kim-  berly, and the officers expect that the  freight capacity of the road will even be  overtaxed for some time to come carrying stock for the various mining companies." ���  -  "Do you think that the Boers will return to work for the English?" -  ���"Yes, I think they will. While for  -many-years-to-come they may-entertain-  unfriendly feelings towards the English,  which, perhaps, is not to be wondered  at, still I do not think they will betray  it by any of their actions. I have" always gone a good deal among the people, and many of my relations have married Dutch people, and my own experience has been that they are a very fine  people, will likely always be loyal and  unlikely to have done many of the  things that have been attributed to  them."  "Is there much prospect of the war  being brought to a close in the near  future?"  "On that question I would almost prefer to remain silent. I have noticed  that- lately there has been some* talk  of further hostilities, but I do not expect that this will prove true." ��� ���  "During your visit in England, Germany, France, and the United States,  have you noticed that any. wonderful  progress has been made in the railway  world?" . .-;��� .'������.>;,'���������  "What is, in my opinion, the greatest  mark of the progress that .has -3- been:  made, is what is known in England and  the United States as the compound ,eh-  sinei Besides being more powerful and  capable of attaining greater speed than  any other engine, it saves between 10  and 15 per cent in fuel, which will in  time mean an enormous saying to-rail-*  , way:companies. ? y. \Z7'Z::.'xZ 'x'} *.-';.  1 "Next to it is tie iise of the electric  Wire sisrnal at present in use in Germany.' England still retains the use of  the much, more expensive electric rod.  but with the means found to prevent  contraction or. expansion of wire, I do  not see any reason why the electric wire  may not. be' brought into general usei"  "Did you find much difference in the  roadbed of the railways in the different  countries you visited?"  "Oh. yes, I certainly did. ..This difference was especially noticeable in France  and England and the United States. In"  France you can even notice the movement over the joints, but in the' other  two countries the. roads -are too smooth  to notice anything of the kind."  "As regards our Canadian troops, do  you think that they made a favorable  impression during the war?"  "Most assuredly so; perhaps it would  be unfair to mention .any particular  corps, but the Strathcona Horse was  considered one of the finest troops, sent  into South Africa." .",.'..','* Y  HALIFAX, Novt Scotia, October 2.���  Th_ election in Nova Scotia has" resulted  in la clean sweep for the government.  The returns are as follows:       ' /���  Halifax    City���Crosby/   Con.,'-. 2556;  Campbell,   Con.,   2485; f Stewart, * Con.,'  2211;   McPherson, .Lib.,*! 26_5;   Mitchell,  Lib., 2550; Keefe,'-Lib.,*;2463.     ;        ,   .**  Cape ' Breton���McKenzie, Lib., ' 2973;  Gillies,~Lib., 2803; M_Ki_.non,'Cori.>, 1655;  -Mullin,'*ConV'1514. T     ���. '     -  Digby County���Comeau, Lib., 1306;  Gidney, Lib., 1294; Tobin, Con.; 580;  Dugan, Con., 446.  Lunenburg���McKean, Lib., 2719; Davison, - Lib.,- 2516;-.;Roberts, -Con.^ 1807;  -���Wolfe,' Con:n1887.'   ^   *   .  Shelburne���Johnstone,'Lib., 751; Rob-,  erts,' Lib.,"750rHoodY Lib.," 282.' 1. *     .  _Queen's���Cooper,1 Lib,   963;   Farrell,  Lib., 1043; Libbey,lCo:__Tf854; Hutt, Con.*1  488. \  Colchester���Black, Con., -1669;- Sears,  Con., 1562; LawrencepLib., '1736; Pearson, Lib., 1728. '��� ~, * , _.  '"Guysb'oio���Whitman, Lib.,'1039; Sinclair, Lib., 1036f-''Harding, ,Con., 443; <  Keating, Con., 402;  _'           i  King's���Wyckwire, Lib., 2575; Dodge,  Lib., 2685; Innis, Con.,11438; Ryan, Con.,  1410.,. * l,f      ' ;  vAHants County���Draysdale, 'Lib., 2257;  .McHafferty,. Lib.';. 2058; Wilcox, Cou.,-  '1563; Sanfoid-Con.^ 1576 "  . 'Annapolis Y County;���Longley, Lib.,  1452; - Bancroft, *-Lib.,' 1422; Andrews,  Con.,'934;vHealey>_Con'., 1023.  Victoria' County���Murray, Lib.,  Morrison, "* Lib.',, ��913;Macdonald,  572; McCabe^Con'.,- 319.  Richmond ��� Finlayson,    Lib.,  Joyce,  Lilft,  1061;- Stewart,  Con.,  Landry, Con., 450.' i   ���  Inverness���DoucetV Lib.,' 1126; J.  Macdonald, Lib., 4718; Alex Macdonald,  Lib., '439; McDougall,* Lib., 1007; Mac-  Neilr;Con.���777; McMiWan; Con., 955.1' -  "��� Piqtoii���McDonald, Lih\��� 4020; Pat-��  terson, 'Con.,' 3461; Tanner, Con.,' 3101;  Oameion,,Oon., 3099; Dewar, (Lib., 3092;  Munro, Con., 2955., *  Cumberland���Black, S.ib., 2955; MeLeod, Con.*, 2954;,* Tucker, Lib., 2912;  Smith, Con., 2917.  In Yarmouth and Antigonish, Lebane,  Storeman, and McGillivray, ;and Chisholm were elected by acclamation. This  gives the Conservatives two members  in the entire province.  was also visited, in fact the only formal  thing of the day was the presentation  to the duchess of a nugget bracelet sent  down by the miners of Atlin. The party  embarked on the steamer shortly after  6 o'clock. The mayor and aldermen were  on hand to bid them goodbye. Their  .royal highnesses requested the mayor  to convey to the citizens of Victoria  their appieciation of the/kind treatment they had received from "the people of the city. They had enjoyed their  stay very much indeed, particularly today when they had a good opportunity  of seeing the beauties of the city and  its surroundings. The duke wired to  Hon.. James Dunsmuir>at,Extension an  expression of his regret at the sad accident which had taken place in the mines  there. , ���*.  -   '-    Russell. Case, a Precedent. '  .< TORONTO, October 2.*���Mrs. Minnie  Woods was today found guilty of-bigamy. She is a British subject and married,a man" named Burkardt, who secur-1  ed a divorce from her in Michigan'on  grounds of extreme cruelty. She then  married a man named ��� Pendrill. , The  judge .charged the jury, citing the ,"Rus-  'sel case, that British law did not recognize American divorces''obtained by  British subjects on grounds that would  not be sufficient in England.   .  WANTS TO RACE EVERY DAY  ing  U35;'  Con.,  1006;  455;  CANADIANS WILL NOT SCAB  Amusement in the Police'Court.  ROSSLAND, October 2.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���Ex-chief of police Ingram has, been engaged by the Le Roi  manager to obtain strike-breakers in  Winnipeg   and   the   Territories.    After  three week's work, Ingram and his assistant Yates, a Le Roi'watchman, who  posed as a farm hand, arrived here last  night with 23 men all told. Seven refused to go up to the mines, and this  morning all but two of the party quit  the job. The men say Ingram told them  the strike was over and that there were  no labor troubles in Rossland.  Bernard McDonald and Frecheville  went down to the Northport smelter  today.  "Tom" Beamish, a well-known character,' summoned. Linberg, a liveryman,  before justice of the peace Townsend today for assault. Beamish prosecuted in  person and a great trial ensued. Finally  the jud_*e declared that" he would fine  ILinbers ?5 and, costs for not licking  Beamish when he had a chance of doing so.. The- case attracted a' large audience, and- 'created much' amusement.  ;: .The Colistro and Beamish 'cases come  iip on appeal before judge Forin.tomorrow.'.YY   ..������''���'������.-.", x.irz.77::r7z    z.  4". .H^*^~M~-*H~H*' -H^^(  NOTICE  TO  SUBSCRIBERS  BY   CARRIER.': '-'77  *  *  *  *  On Saturday next, subscribers  whose Tribunes areYdeliyered by  carrier will be expected to pay  the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week. .'.-'.-���  Have Turned There Faces Eastward.  VICTORIA, October 2.���Their : royal  highnesses: left by the Empress of India at 10 o'clock tonight for Vancouver,  haying:again turned their faces toward  : the east for their homeward trip, which  will occupy exactly a month/including  stops at all the larger cities of Canada  and a short, hunting trip. Today was  spent in an informal way, the party  enjoying a trip in the admiral's launch,  through the pretty inland waters known  as Victoria Arm, and then taking a  drive around the roads that have made  Victoria famous. Thp Jubilee hospital.  Shamrock to Be Remeasured.' ���  ' _  NEW*YORK, October'2.4-At a meet-  today   of   representatives. of   the'  9K07S1 Ulster, Yacht Club and Jthe New  , York Yacht Club, the agreement as to  the days for the races was modified/ so  that'it now "reads that 'the' iaces shall  be sailed on the following dates' until  the series be complete: October 3rd and  tqnreach following day, except,Sunday;,  provided,'  however,   that" immediately"  upon the", conclusion 'of,the race,bf October-3rd'and each subsequent "race the  'Regatta committee shall; inquire.jof each  contestant, whethei   he   is -y-wiHing  to  "���start'the next day, and should' either,  ^contestant  reply  in' the''negatiye,  one  'day shall intervene before 'Starting the  .next,, race.  Sunday, shall*, notJcount as  such intervening day.f  ,. 7   '"  '' NEW-YORK, October ,"2.���Sir Thomas  -Lipton' Has asked the 'New* 'York /Yacht  Club-to change the sailing schedule for  the America's cup,, so that *a>race shall  .be held each day except'Sunday,'instead  of on'alternate days, as at present.* The  formal application for the change was-  .made*in-the form of a letter which sir  Thomas for.warded today./ The proposition'is favored byE. D.'; Morgan, manager of "Columbia, arid will probably-be  'favofably/~acted-*upon ',*_t"once. -Sir'  Thomas said today, as he looked at the  white caps kicked  up   by  the  12:knot  breeze which'.was   blowing  since" daybreak:    "See that splendid opportunity  Shamrock is missing.   With this wind  yesterday he would have-scored a sure'  win." 1  NEW .YORK, October 2.���The New  York Yacht Club was notified this morning by sir Thomas Lipton that he desired* a remeasurement of Shamrock as  early tomorrow morning as possible, as  it was his desire to take out some of the  vacht's ballast. His reason is not  known." ''Shamrock now allows Columbia 43.6 seconds'in a 30-mile race, and  any shortening of the water line, if it  were ���only a , matter of two or three  inches, would effect this time allowance  in favor of the challenger. A portion of  the challenge committee of the New  York Yacht Club met this morning to  talk over the proposition of sir Thomas  Lipton for a race every day except Sun-_  day. No decision had been reached at  noon, but later a member of the committee intimated, that while there might  not be a race on Friday of this week,  the yachts would race every day next  week, provided of course, that the contest should not be decided before that  time.  NEW YORK, October 2.���At Sandy  Hook tonight everything is ready for tomorrow's race, and if the weather predictions prove true, the yachts will have  plenty of wind, perhaps more than they  want. At 9:30 tonight the wind shifted  suddenly in a squall from south to  northwest and began to blow hard from  that quarter. At 10 o'clock it had a  velocity, of 36 miles an hour.  While it was a quiet day with, the  *ya'chts lying at their moorings inside  Sandy Hook bay, the officials of the New  York yacht and. Royal Ulster yacht  clubs had a busy time of it in comply-  .Inr:'-with" the request of sir Thomas,  backed by the assent of Mr. Morgan of  Columbia, that .'in'*, future the races  should be held on'consecutive days, not  counting Sunday., ��� In addition there  came the request from George L. Watson, the designer of. Shamrock II., for  a remeasurement because of his intention' to take out ballast before tomorrow's riace. On the first proposition an  agreement was. finally reached between  \he challenger committee of the clubs  l'or a race, every day; but on the second,' Mr. Watson, after further considering the matter decided to let it drop,  and Shamrock will sail tomorrow. with  exactly the. same amount of ballast  which she has carried in previous races.  This will hot prevent Mr. Watson taking out ballast at any time he may wish,  which of course, the: club is willing to  have done' at any time. . If, however,  after tomorrow's race, Mr. Watson decides to take out ballast, it is probable  that there will'-be no-race on Friday, as,  under the hew arrangements, either  yacht is at liberty to decline to race on  the next day.  WASHINGTON, October 2���The  weather bureau-today issued the following bulletin for tomorrow at Sandy  Hook: Fresh,northwest winds and fair  weather for tomorrow. The wind  ought to hold good throughout the day.  Steyn and Dewet Interviewed.  LONDON, October 2.���A Kroonstadt  despatch reports  that the  two Dutch  clergymen, Murray and Botha, who  were permitted to visit Steyn and  Dewet to discuss and explain ,the proclamation and try to persuade them to surrender, have returned to Kroonstad. The  mission proved abortive. Steyn and  Dewet said that the women were being  brutally treated. The delegates replied  that they had visited the refugee camps,  where the women all said that they had  nothing to complain of. The-delegates  put the questioncas to whether support  had been promised from Cape Colony^  if an invasion took place.. Steyn and  Dewet denied that any support had been  promised, and stated that the invasion  of Cape Colony^,had been planned to  occur much earlier, but ^ Prinsloo's  surrender had disorganized their, arrangements. The delegates 'found  >that' , the ' utmost���--ignorance, prevailed among the Boer 1 rank and file  regarding their, ' future. They, > had  been' told, and apparently \believed  that if they surrendered they,, would  be forced to join,/as'soldiers and .fight,  British battles abroad. The,,delegates  reported that Dewet was looking well,  but Steen seemed much harrassed .Steyn  replying to them; said that he had now  'greater hope of his cause -than a'^year  'before,* as' England's, credit was" rapidly waning. She-would soon be in financial difficulties that would-render her  unable to continue the war. Her authority'in South Africa was'also weaken-/  ing. Only the capitals and railways were  occupied by the British', and the, burghers went wherever they.pleased. 'Dewet  briefly told the delegates they were ministers, their place was r the r pulpit, and  that' they had nothing to do 'with- this  matter. He refused to hear, any reference  to the war_in the % Orange Colony.  PERU IS .BO GOOD  POOR MEN ONLY GO, THERE  .    FOR THEIR.HEALT&i, ;V  _-i-*-* .1  ���- .������"'���i  a?, ���"��_  -     ri.  \j ' _   *  ,t''i  1 - '��$-1  ffi-l  ���strl  SYNDICATES,   HOWEVER,   STAND ^|^||j  - -A SHOW TO MAKE MONEr^y^^ql||>i|  SPENDING'MONEY., -rS^Sll  >. .-'   ;��� >Z*'. r      " \    ' 7'^rM ~iJi'iSW&  British "Columbia' several  months^,&gofi'MWJ^l  .__    _.,,..      _     ' .-.      .   _��� > .*> -.,�� 1 ��".?_*^3fH  ST. H. Graham -of this'city; who Iflttj^"^  tritish "Columbia'several months^,ago!;|f^fi  for Chimbote, Peru,''to ^take chafge^'oiv^Jp^  ^the construction of the tramway^wiiiich^^^^-1  B. C. Riblet"of Nelson had"cbntracted''to'��'-'.C,^^Pl  put in for'the Andes' Mining ,Coinpany;^tV^f  returned   to   Nelson,last-, evehins:. -HeV^iM^1  I'  A'Ervite Lynched in Helena.Y��.  HELENA, Montana, ''October^ 2.������  "James Edward -Brady,' the -man who  committed an unusually /brutal, assault,  upon > a 5-year-6l_d "girl, -Ida, Pugsley,]in  Helena yesterday, was jthisv morning  about 1:30 taken from" the' jail^by, a  mob ��� and hanged to a "telegraph* pole >iri!  the , 'haymarket *.' square,- * about," three  blocks from the jail. The crowd *was or-,  deirly, Yand after. the man -had_, been  hanged it'quietly dispersed. There, were"  about J!00 men engaged" In*the^-affair,  and^they were all masked.^1 They attacked  "the .jail, door-with a battering ram and'  it 7 soon yielded. On gaming.-admittance  Ythey - demanded the keys -to the" Jailer  at the' point of a gun and threatened if  he ''did-not yield the man- they-J"-would  kill him.. The jailer then 'got ,the "man  out of-his cell and he was given' to the  mob..,When they first took him Brady  ..asked: * "What is, it, gentlemen?'" The  march, to the having place was 'quiet.  Brady was given a.chance'to say a  ���word. ��� He-declared -that. they, had the  wrong man, although he had been positively 'identified by his victim and a  score of other people who'had' seen him  with the child. He also asked that some  money that was due him from the' Mon-*  tana Central railroad be sent to a niece,4  and then he was pulled up. The end of1  the rope was tied to the, pole'and the  crowd dispersed. Later shci iff McConnell  cut the body down and placed it in a  coffin. '  Murdered,a Printer and Were Lynched  SHELBYyiLLE, Kentucky, October  2.���Jimbo Fields, aged 16, and Clarence  Garnett, aged 18, both colored, were  lynched here early this morning for the  alleged murder of Willie Hart', a printer,  who was stoned to death on Saturday  night, September 21st' The mob-went  to the jail,"and were refused entrance,  the doors were then battered down,  .and_the_prisoners -quickly���taken���and-  swung from a railroad trestle. The details of Hart's death are inaccurately  known, but the evidence was conclusive  that Fields and Garnett were his murderers.  The Assault Pre-arranged  MANILA, October 2.���The American  today publishes a telegram giving an  account of the fight during which a  majority of the men of company C of  the Ninth regiment were killed near  Balangiga on September 20th. The  fight had long been premeditated. The  Filipinos were called to come to the  slaughter by the ringing of bells at daylight. They got between. the soldiers,  who were breakfasting, and their quarters; The insurgents were mostly armed  with bolos, and they had a few rifles  with them.  The Sifton Murder Trial.  LONDON, Ontario, October 2.���The  evidence: submitted by the defence in  the Sifton case this morning went to  show that blood stains on the ladder in  the barn were due to bloody sheep skins  being:thrown down through the trapdoor and striking the ladder. Evidence  was also submitted to show that Walter  Herbert, after his arrest, when his alleged confession had been published in  "the papers, had maintained that his  first story was true, but the confession  was false.   ���  The Price of Her Eansom Fixed. '  CONSTANTINOPLE, October 2.���The  brigands who carried off Miss Helen H.  Stone, the American missionary, and  her companion, madame Tsilka, a Bulgarian lady, have.fixed October as the  ���limit of time for the payment of the  $110,000 ransom demanded for Miss  Stone's release. The hiding place of  the brigands has not yet been discovered, and the delay accorded by the abductors is taken to indicate that they consider their retreat quite secure.  Contract-Labor t. Be Barred  MELBOURNE, October .2.���The house  of representatives today adopted a  clause of the immigration bill prohibiting the entry into the commonwealth  of any one under contract to do manual  labor.      -.*'   .."���'.������'' ��� v  ing ���was' really accomplished. The. ma- -'��v\i&M  terials for ,the tramway," several; thou-^fA^T^I  of' steel, rails1 for -nrnicf't-p.l''. ,.. -t,_.__tl  _   , j.', rss-i.  but they'are,likely* to 'remfln\-^&S:iar"^^Mi  some time as'the affairs of "the cbmpany^^'V*  are very much mixed up.'This;-Mr7>Gra-%a'"i,i?f^.  ham explained, is due'���to the'death'of thetf'��'>??_$  president of the.company.in New'.Yorlc?^^--1*-,-^  which threw the'-affairs'of^thejeompany''-':.,^!^?  ^ into, the .hands of.the administrator^ tor$T*��'>\k  "the estate;'and'the first thing'the a'dmiri-vi^-^*  istrator did was-to^order a stoppage"' of7'?yi&f0&  rall work. It is regal ded'only'.as a.mat-^Vlk^^  -ter * of -time when .work Ms, resumed,' aa^&ZM  the 'company /has-^several hundredsVof ;���?��. jJ^ssS5  , thousands of, dollars tied up in^p'lanrand-^-TJI^M"  materials whichlwill oth*erwise'VbeVuse-f^��?'#;  less,  but theie ris^no ���certainty-"--1-'"'^'r"v*^  ,when workr. will start.    7 ' tig-pi  . Mr. Graham'says the^South/^merican-ikif^fl  republics. are.'rno .place���ffor! minera/'&rA^.&^l  others who'depend upon'Ytheir.labor.-Inf ^#M|  Peru he says "labor "is paid JatVth.Trate*'Jir��_'^t|  of from 30 to 80 cents 'perjdayUn silver^ *^ySM\  which is equal" to 15 ;aiidf40vcents per'S^S^I  day in gold, and out ot-this^wage" thej��f>>MU  laborer   must -.' keep" himself. *There--TIsi''v*V"'i^4l  piactically no such',thirig��as a recognized i'4-V'^^l  number'of hours in a*day's work.* The"V.**.$$"  laborer for the wage'stated is'expected'>*- :-*&&  to .keep right on worklng'until he is told  to-stop. -*-   -    -V iv -  ; ^ -"? _ ,   e r  . While  in-'-.Pei-u\-Mr:^Grahamvmet^aJ*;,'Y  * number* of -men--who~a?Vmore'-* "or* lessr'-**- rr^&  known   throughout. Kootenay.,-*'Among    '~!y-ff  others he met-A.rW. McCune of SaltV   Y*H  1 Lake, who made the big clean-up out ot. v  the flotation of the Payne'-mine'in the  Slocan, and who is the owner of about.'  one-half-of. the mining (property in thee  .Ainsworth camp. Mr. McCune is now in    *  one of the largest mining schemes on -  lecord, and associated with him are a    *  number of New York _uen,, including a '  well-known _ mining    operator"   named  Haggin. They have undertaken the pur-.,  chase and development of a number of  mining properties which it is said will  require a capital of $6,000,000 to swing. ' *  The properties are located in the rather  indefinite fashion of being just over the  mountain from Lima, Peru. They consist of precious metal mines as well aa,  coal mines. The initial piogram of development calls for the building of a  mountain   railroad   a   distance   of   80  miles and another line of -railroad 20   _  miles to reach the coal measures. Although it is manifest that the work in  hand   will   require  a   vast   amount   of  money, it is going ahead at a rate sufficient-to indicate that financial^consider-  ations aie the least of the promoters-  difficulties.   Following  the   construction  of the railroad a smelting plant, complete in every respect, is to be erected  upon the property, so that the company,    "  will be a self-contained one.  Louis Strand, the Nelson man who  accompanied Mr. Graham to Chimbote,  is still in tho south. When last heard  from he was working in a framing mill  in Lima, Peru. While in the south Mr.  Graham also came across Alick Phillips and Bill Fennell, a couple of miners  who worked at the Silver King mine for  some time. When he first met them they  were both down on their luck, having  gone against some of the southern games  of chance with disastrous results. Since  then, however, both men havo secured  good berths on the Guayaquil & Quito  railway, a road entering the capital of  Ecuador. They are receiving ?5 per day  in gold and found, so that they are now  in positions of apparent affluence.  m  J'r<W#i>l  Smash-up at Westminster Junction.  VANCOUVER, October 2. ��� [Special  to The Tribune.]���The royal train'was  run up to Westminster Junction ihis  morning to be turned around on the Y  there. Cars being vestibuled solid, it  was difficult to take the train to pieces  here and turn it in the regular way on  the turn-table. While being shunted  there, the engine was run into by cattle train from Calgary, theY engines of  both trains were damaged., The Seattle  bound express was held here until II  o'clock this morning waiting for the  track to be cleared. None of the cars  on the royal train were injured.  Kenny's mil at Hazelmere was burned  last night.   Loss f5000.  Natural Gas and Oold Medals. ',  TORONTO,' October 2.���Natural; gas  of considerable volume has been struck  about a mile and a half from Bloomfield, in Prince Edward county. The provincial agricultural department is advised that Ontario cheese, in competition  with the whole of North and South  America, has won the gold medal at tha  .Pan-Amprican Exposition.    *.   . .   _-^  --M %��� *.[**��� ..IM.hHI-J  r_m n __>a _3aU_h U ��_*__��� *aa  THE NELSON TRIBUNE,  THURSDAY MORNING   OCTOBER 3, 1901  m ***v��� ^*\��� "���*��� ^.��� ^��� _���_. ��� r*.*  ^3&i9i9i9i9i9i9*'  mf ���  to  m  to  to  to  to  to  rg-r  *. .  ti  ���a*,"  $*  S#-   -  * :  *<-f .  *;-Y  3S-  4Y-  ftl    '  St****      i  '^/;* n  K$r- J* ,  S*-' '      "  ffiJ>ti  #^'  && -'1-  l^     '  KM'' ,'  "sito ���_  1&v*  |jpt*<-  fs^tv*'.  *t>JA J  \Ai\* �����  x*\r. ".   '        t->  ���"*"*���.._.-_      ���  -^'Y.   ">.  .m. �����- :  M*"  to  1ncoi_-oi.\l_i.  1070  coivcjp^-^Tir  to  to  NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVED  ���The Very Latest Creations in ���  Ladies'   Costumes,    Jackets,    Skirts,   Waterproofs,  Japanese Dressing Gowns.  Parisian Blouse Fianels and Wool Delaines, American  Silk and Satin Waists.  Dress Fabrics (1 suit lengths) in the  newest shades.  PRICES   RIGHT  THS SUDSOFSyBAI GOMM  BAKER STBEET, NELSON, B. 0.   _  1  WALL  PAPER  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  m  Thla is usually the dull  season far Wall Paper.  But to kenp it moving  wo havo mado up bundles  of all lots that have rim down in quantity.  Wo placo theso on eale at prices that will cor-  t.iioiy move them; original cost 1ms been quite  lost bight of in making Iho price, ln many ot  thoso remnants tho quantity is sufllcient for  oven a largo room. Tho high standard of our  paperd is now well known and not ofton docs  an opportunity offer to buy such papors at  from 5 to 12} conts fior roll. If not ready to  paper just now anticipate your fall wants.  ^i^*^*^ *_S^lS*iS*^'^*-^,^'^,^,_S*-��^'*^*'S**^    (&\    ^ _-_.���.___ ,<g '&.e***00.00./l0.00.0&.00.  ^fSp^00'00'00*00'00"^s'^'^'00'00'00'00'00'00'00'00    '.?.'    ^*^.^.^;^.*^^^^>^^^^^^^*5^  THOMSON STATIOHMHY CO. Ltd  NELSON. B. C.  empire, information ,that he cannot possibly obtain in a tour that is simply a  moving picture, in which all the scenes  are pretty and all the players are on  their best behavior.  9\  THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  ' ASSAYERS' SUPPLIES.  W. F. TBETZBO & CO.���CORNER OF  Baker and Josephine streets, Nelson,  ���wholesale dealers in assayer's supplies.  Agents for Denver Firo Clay Company,  Denver, Colo: ado.  '    COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  ii. j. ~wv^s^&^oyS^SBr^sB^Kr,  Kelson, wholesale dealers in 'liquors,  cigars, cement, flre brick and are clay,  ���water pipe and steel rails, and greneral  commission merchants. ���   *    ELECTRICAL' SUPPLIES.  KOOTENAY    flLECTRIC   SUPPLY  - &  Constiuction  Company���Wholesale  dealeis  in telephones, annunciators,' bells, .batter-  -^ies, electric fixtures and appliances. Hous-  ,ton,Block, Nelson.   FRESH 'AND SALT MEATE^^,  STREET,  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.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  I___lI_loNl-_lJG__rNOr23., A. F. &,  A. M. meets second Wednesday in  each   month.   Sojourning   brethren  in. ited.  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER  No. 123, G. R. C���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning companions invited. George  Johnstone, ��� Z.; E. W. Matthews, S. E.  P.L BURNS   &   CO.���BAKER .  Nelson,; wholesale  dealers" in? fresh**, and  'cured meats.-Cold storage. .   .. .' ,    % - ,.  ~       :     * ; GROCERIES.  - 7 ^  A. J-lACi-O.-TAJ-D is CO.���-o-u..-._.-_*_-, OF  - 'Front and Hall streets,-Nelson, ".wholesale  c -1 grocers and jobbers in blankets,'gloves,'  ���-ai mitts, boots, rubbers,smackinaws,and,min-  "J*,ers" sundries. '   . Y -</���'- . -*1' ^    > '  ^"w KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY.\HM-  . (' Ited.���Vernon street, * Nelson, , wholesale  " \ I grocers. a*" *t.     "'  'fi.-ii _'  1.   y  *.JOHN ' CHOLDITCH . & *, CO.-FRONT  Btreet, 'Nelson, wholesale grocers. .��� ,. u      '���  'J.-Y. GRIFFIN- & CO.-FRONT STREET,  Nelson,, wholesale dealers In provisions.  curod meats, butter^and egg3. ;      '      ,   ,','.  NELSON AERIE, NO. 22 F. O. E.-  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays i of  each months at .Fraternity Hall. George  Bartlett, president; J. V. Morrison, secretary. , * -,  KOOTENAY TENT NO/7, K. O. T. M.���  Regular meetings flrst < and -third Thurs-<  days of each month. "Visiting Sir Knights  are cordfally invited ito attend. Dr. W.  Rose, R. IC; A. W. -Purdy, Com.; G.'Ai  Brown, P.' C. ' ' J  .        .   *        ' /  '^/CLASSIFIED ADS.  -'  i     ���      .      _  /'ARTICLES FOR,SALE.      ,     '���;  SEWING MACHINES'OF ALL KINDS  for sale or rent attthe.Old Curiosity Shop.^  ,>..,.i.i....   l?P3m-^P^x^J:..{.'....'���__._.-_:,  KTO LET-LARGE FRONT ROOM; HIS ATI-D;'  private family.. Apply dilica stroet, third door  oast of Stanley.   '-,,.<��� it,  ..'���;.   f,-LIQUORS AND DRY GOODS.     c  Y    "^rTJR___!Rr~BEETON X~CO^CORNER'  .. -   Vernon* and;" -Josephine   streets,   Nelson,  >   /wholesale dealers in liquors, cigais and dry  " goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  of Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Com-  ,^ v�� pany of Calgary.    ��� \, t_  ^ Business-dieeotory.  *���   . i /   i ���-���      ,  _   -    * '   ARCHITECTS.  .- A. C. EWART.���ARCHITECT, ROOM 3,  * Aberdeen Block,'Baker Street, Nelson.'  ..v  CHOP'HOUSE.  -i ���  M   PIONEER      CHOP      HOUSE.     ,JOHN-  Spear, proprietor, opposite Queen's .Hotel,  -''Baker street; Nelson. Open day and night.  Lunches, a specialty. Picnic and - traveling  -parties supplied on shortest notice.  y    '      '      DRAYAGE.  ' ~TroRNiTi-i_i^^  moved carefully at reasonable rates. Apply J. T.j Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's sec-  "-' ond_,Ha .d_store,_Ward street.  SIX ROOM COTTAGE 'AT BALFOUR'  to let bytthe month or for'ithe season.^Im*;  mediate possession. Good fishing. Apply  C. W. Busk, Kokanee creek., Phone 66a.  Or to R. H.i Williams,/Baker street, Nelsons  '    ,'        ���.' FOR SALE. ? tt  '"cAN_Ut_--S1FO_rs^  $2; females ?l.  Address P. O., Erie, B.C.  ' FOR SAIvE���SKVERAL. CARLOADS^GOOD  potatoes, $10 per ton f. o. b. cars Kamloops.  Addro-88 McArthur & Harper, Kamloops, B U.  , FOR'IMMEMATE SA.LK-GROCERY, BUS-  im'ss; good location; low rent; owner going out  of business. For full particulars address O. K���  Grand Folks, B. C.  HELP WANTED.  FURNITURE.  D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postotflce building, Vernon street,  N bison.    TEAS.  WE HAVE INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas in great variety, choicest quality. We make a specialty of blending teas  and sell them,ln any quantity at lowest  rates. Kootenay Coflee Company.  ���> wanted ��� foh   puiniinu    offujc,  youth who has had some expenenco in composing room.   Address "K," '.tribune oflice.  * WANTED'���STONi-* MASONS, SAWYER.*  waitress, edger for sawmill, second cook, difeh-  wa-he_-!, laundress. Nejson Employment A_en-  cf. *. Phono 278.'     .     '  . EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.  ' ~-l_EI_?~lrURNI^  phone, telegraph or inquire Western Canadian Employment .Ofiice, 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.  ��lte f&xxbnn&  Railway corporations,  like the Canadian Pacific, may be wiped' out of existence through  bad management, but  the corporeal property remains.   If this  corporeal property is not owned and operated by one corporation it will be by  another. These  great corporations are  like a government', iniJthat they require  a large force of men,to operate thern;  and these mon once'they.^ become accustomed to their 'duties are seldom fitted  for  any  other   employment;   hence,  a  m_n who has been in the employ of a  railroad company for ten years practi-'  cally becomes a part of the corporeal  propeity of the company;  he must'be  taken care of in order to get the maximum of service. Under existing condi-,  tions, the railway employee knows that  ���he'will be paid fair wages as long as he  is able to work; but he also knows that  once he is unable to work he.is thrown'  -aside, much the same as a*worn-out car,  "wheel.   Several ��� of   the  great,,.railway*  companies "have made provision for the  day when .their aged employees become  -useless, and otheis, are taking- steps- in  that direction. At the meeting, of-the  shareholders' of .the  Canadian   Pacific  Railway Company, held* In Montreal yesterday, a resolution-was adopted which"  will place a quarter of a,, million dollars-  'in a fundr thatYwill be (known-! as a sen-'  sion, fund.. While -details1 are-'stilliHacking as to* how 'the fund will-be iised;  'no doubt it ..ill be used j foi the" benefit  of  employees f who ; through > long(j and  faithful service become incapable of per-s  ��� forming __ their duties.*1' This will f be; an  Inccntive. -for the' employees .to ^render,  the ^company, not only..better, but more  faithful service;   provided ^always-that  the employee'is not compelled to ,sur-  render _ his manhood t in. or der. to ��� pain  the, benefits of< the-fund.  W    =   fj)\ We will hold our regular Fall Millinery Opening on Thursday, Friday and  r|\ Saturday of this tweek, when we will show the finest collection of French and  a\ American model hats, toques, turbaiis and bonnets ever put on display in this  ilv city* having been selected by our Miss rDarveau while attending the< openings  Ay in New York, Montreal, Toronto/and Chicago.  jL Some of our models are from Madame Louise Sullivan Drew, of New York,  ;L and Paul Virot and '^Pouganne," of Paris.  i- We specially invite all the ladies! of Nelson and other towns to call and  3? inspect this magnificient collection* ��  (ft -  9\  m  &  CO.  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  1^L.^^_J^ ��� ��0 ���0/0* 0K0 *00 ���00? *0r ��� 4^ m0^ ���&*? *^& ��� 0fP *0& ��� 0& *&^ ��� 0^ ���     "v jk^   * ^* ^K* ^^.* ^^B^" ^^ ��� ^j^> ^jK, ��� 5S^#_5___S * ^^* ^?!f^ v2S^* ^^ *__!____. '^5^ *,^____. ^*?fk  v ii8^'<__h>' 49tP*^^^0 ^Bf ^t&?4Q^r*\^^^r *4_^_v-Qto^^M^^'4ft^ 4Cb^-A^ ^_-_^*-tfl_p^ 4_\W^*     \mM   *^^^ ^^&*^*WW& ���^9fr*^_W^ *^^&*^K___P ^^3&*^t^ ^^*_W4^ti_W_^ '"*&)*^^^ *^^^J^9Sfr *^9(P^0Ea�� tf  ^J^****^*-^^ * ^_^ *^^ e ^____^ *^_kt, * ^^ *^^ * ^Ml. *^^  * *^*k a^^J * ^B*^ *^*tot * ^^ *^*_t * ^H***^ *    l  *W     *'00 * 00* 00 * 00* ^0 * 00* 00 * ^0* 00 *0&f 00 *]00* ^0 * 00*s Jttf * *00 ��� (^  v__,T  JAPAN TEA OF ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Leg, Pan  laired; in bulk er packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  TIIAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  we are selling at 30 cents per pound is  giving the best of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootenay   Coflee   Company.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  FREE klLLI_ra~GOJ__r'pRO_,ERTIES.'  We are anxious to secure a. few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C, Room 4,  li.. W. C. i-lock.  GOLD, COPPER, SILVER. LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Sund report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, li. C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETINGS  .TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  AU.._____ U1.1UM, jNO. 9l>, W. F. of M ���  Meets in Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o clock. Visiting  jnuipbert. welcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Wilks, secretary. Union scale  of wage3 for Nelson district per shift: Machine men ��3.50, hammer&men %Z_V_,, muckers, cat men, shovelers, and other underground laborers %i.  BARBERS' UNION. NO. 196, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets flrst and third Mondays  ot each month in Miners' Union Hall at  8:30 sharp. Visiting members invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. H. Matheson, secretary-treasurer: J. C. Gardner, recording  were tary  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.  CARPENTERS'  UNION  MEETS   WED -  nesdayievening of each week at 7 o'clock,  ,  Jn   Miners*    Union   Hall.   C.   J.   Clayton,  president; Alex. B./Murray, secretary.^  PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST i  .and third Fridays in. each month at Miners' Union Hall at 7:3. shari). Walter It,  jKee, president; VTexixy, B-axrott. y_*_r_taiy.  SUBSCRIPTION   RATES.  Daily by mail, ono month %  5(1  Daily by mail, three months 125  Daily by mail, six months 2 50  Daily by mail,  one year 5 00  Semi-weekly by mail, three months...    50  Semi-weekly by mail, six months 100  Semi-weekly by.mall,  one year 2 00  Postage to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING  RATES. l  ���Display Advertisements run regularly  per inch per month $4 00  If run less than a month, per inch per  insertion        25  Classilled Adi and Legal Notices, per  word for lirst insertion      1  For each additional insertion, per  word         1-2  Wholesale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month     50  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and' Trades Unions, per line  per month      25  Address all letters���  THE   TRIBUNE   ASSOCIATION,   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager. Nelson, B. C.  *  NOTICE TO  SUBSCRIBERS  BY   CARRIER.  *  *  *'  *  *  ���I* ���.  *  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  weelc.  Spokane has reduced her police'force  'from. 40 'to'26: Spokane has a population' of 38,000. She has therefore one  policeman to 1500 of population. 2 rNelson, one. of the most orderly towns fin  Canada, has a police force of 4,' aiid, according to the census, a population -of  .5000.' Nelson can get along as .weirwith  3 policemen as Spokane can with"-26;-  but Ythe ^trouble at Nelson is, the ijollce  commissioners are not amenable .to  reason.* v  The general-expressed opinion is. that'  _directb__Frecheville_of the Le.Roi should,  not,   for   mere  appearance  sake,  have  expressed himself so emphatically on the  labor dispute that now exists between  his company and the Rossland Miners'.  Union until he had had time to make a'  thorough - investigation. Snap decisions,''  .like snap judgments, are not made by  men considered to be thoroughly fair-  minded and impartial. ,  .^^______^ ^            1  Yesterday forenoon as the editor of-  The Tribune lay in deep, oblivious slumber, after putting in a 15-hour shift at'  .financing,   editing,   foremanizing, .*��� and'  managing   this   high-class   advertising)  daily newspaper, powerful forces were  at work in.the local hall of justice" to  deprive  him  of   his   liberty  and ^ the  chance to  work   15-hour   shifts.-  Men  who are asleep, or drunk, know nothing  and doubt-nothing.  BASieS  Whatthciouncfeti6n.-S-toa'l)tt_Iding���the'sole is to a shoe��� .  basic, fundamental. V/"~  ' \ .  - tr-  \hi. sky-scraper, or foot-^vear, the .covered up~ base; that which  .-is least,seen is-of greatest importance.  ,r No - single item'.in a, shoe costs > so -much as the best. sofe  -leather, arid norpart can .b'eifr'fobBed^so! easily, without revealing  it to the eye; ���   ,  , , Paint and ^polishr cover equally the, best, and the worst, sofe  in-.the finished shoe.  .Wear alone tells "the consumer - (too. late, for remedy) what,  grade of leather has beenputrinto.it.    r  ' This .is .where'*tfci^rSlater -Shoe'"��� the Tslat_Tframe 1* Slater  . Shoe"���steps in, to eradicate lottery.  As the.Slater Shoe'Makers brand-'their own'priceon the sole  YTof eyery pair7~they thus.become^directly responsible tol_Ke~Wearer  up-to that price, for its. durability and shape retention, in addition  to.its. window appearance.  They dare not rob the/vitals of the shoe to put the plunder into  'the mere1 selling points���into.'surface value, and finish,chiefly./  Goociyear Welted and.priced on the sole, $4.00, $5.50.r  ���  "The Slater Shoe "5  On the construction ol the Arrowhead  Kootenay railway ln the 'Lardo district^  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  In order to, secure men without der,  ordinary labor will be. paid ?2.25,per d|  and axemen $2.60 per day.  GOOD STATION WORK  ���     * 'CAN BE SECUBED.     *���  For   further' particulars   apply   to  Nelson, Employment Agencies or to'  I ** - ,  CONTRACTORS.  WANTED.  500.  Eight  Day and Station Men]  months'   work.    All   rock.l  Nova Scotia, the ancient home* of  the Tuppers. has gone hopelessly Grit,  only two Tories being elected to the  local assembly at the election held-yesterday. What'does it mean? Does It  mean the passing of the great party that  sir John Macdonald led to victory inj so  many well-contested battles? Or does  it'mean that the party's present leaders aie nerveless and brainless?  ROYAL SHOE STORE  Aberdeen Block, Nelson, B. C.  BRANDY  L. GODBOLT  (Successor to Lillie Brothers.)  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 527.  Newspaper readers svill get at least a  week's deliverance from tho telegraphed  descriptions of the receptions and ko-  towiugs  incident to the tour  of their  royal highnesses, the duke and duchess  of York, through Canada.  If the heir  apparent really wanted to get an insight  into Canada as sho is and the Canadian1  people as they really are,   he   should  ;ihake a tour incog. By doing so he would  gain information that would be of bene- j Ids death be was  jQit to Mm aa a future ruler ol a ��reat J Boyal yeomanry.  On Tuesday lead was quoted in London at ��11 17s 6d, and copper at ��63  10s, .per ton of 2240 pounds.  Canadian Killed in South Africa.  TORONTO, October 2.���News has  been received here that lieutenant-colonel Skirving, late of the Northwest  mounted police, was shot dead in an engagement with Boers. Skirving was a  magnificent type of Canadian manhood,  standing six feet four inches, and while  a member of Strathcona's horse was'  specially mentioned for bravery in the  field by lord Roberts. At the time of  a  .member  oC thei  DE LAAGE FILS & CO., XXX  COGNAC, possesses a delicious bouquet.  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. X X X X  COGNAC is mellowed by its great  age, and is recommended to con-  noiseurs, and for medicinal purposes.  SCOTCH  WHISKIES  THE DISTILLERS' COMPANY, Ltd.,  Edinburg, the largest holders in the  world of Scotch Whiskies.  THE CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR SCOTCH  Whisky is one of the leaders���try it-  Agency for full stock at Victoria for  B. P. RITHET & 00., LTD.  Victoria,   B.   C.  Nelson  mm  j__i_M:ir.7___-i_?_  CHARLES, HILLYER, President.  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  ���. . P��ve J"8* received 3,000,000 feet of log? from Idt .h<)_ nnd we ore prepared tp out the largest bill  or timber of any dimensions or lengths. JEstimates given at any timo. The largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings in Kootenay.  COAST LUMBER OF i. XL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICE AND YARDS:   CORNER HALL AND FRON_" STRKKTS.  K. JB.  bUO-ISSSOR TO H. X>. ASHCROIT.  A. B. GRAY.  Kootenay Representative  ��� P. O. Box 521, Kelson,  BLACKSMITH AND WOOD WORKER  EXPERT HORSESHOEING-.  Special attention given to all kinds of  repairing: and custom work Irom outside  point.. Heavy 'bolt* made to or__r on  ���bent noUetk  & REISTERER & CO.  BH_r_'_a*3 AND B-TX____- OS-  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  (Prompt and xeffular deUvery to the trade.  '    ' BaKWERX- >AT ____I_SON  Wages $2.25 per day.  J. G. McLEAN,  Elko,  B.i  at urBAKROW, ^T5*Tirc;Ki  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streetd  P. O. Box 559. TELEPHONE NO. 9i|  til  tli  tli  Mi  ��_>  \_  tli  \  ^h*********************^ni  ARTHUR    GEE  MERCHANT TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR  MADE SUITS.  RAKER  STREET EAST.  -j************************}  WEST TRANSFER CI  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds of Teaming and Transf  Work.  Agents for Hard and Soft; Coal.  Imporlal  Company.  Wauhington Brick, Lime & Mas  _ac__r__g Company.  General commercial agol  and brokers. |  All coal and -wood strictly cosh on delirel  TELEPHONM Ul.  Office 134 Baker  ******* ****** tii _ **********  tli  til  ��_  tb  t_  l_  ��_  til  tli  tli  6-  vt.  ti.  tli  Mi  tb  tli  Mi  _/  Mi  %************9***********\  LJ-*. J_3r  Telephone 235.  THESE  HOT DAYS  QUENCH  YOUR  THIRST WITH  Anheuser-Bupch  Beer, Pabst (Milwaukee Beer. Calgary Beer, Rois-  ternr &, Co. Beor,  Go an el! Beer, and  Double Jersey  Buttermilk.  NIANHATTAN  SALOON  Double Jer*py  Buttermilk.  W.R  AGENT FOR GALT COALJ  Offlee: Two Doors West C P. B, fl 1 I _v  m  THE NELSON TRIBUNE,  THURSDAY BORNINGr,  OCT0BER13-1901  ;/  4  :'.  \'Z\-  izz  l"-/tf*  m ������  :_  BAffi OF MONTBEAL  CAPITAL, all paid up-..$12.OCO.O0O.OO  BEST    7.000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427.1S0.80  Lord Strathoona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Goorge A. Drummond Vioo-Prosidono  II. S. Cloi'aton Goneral Manager  NELSON BRANCH  Corner Bakor and Kootenay Streets.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In London (England) New York,  Chicago, and all the prinoipal'cities In Canada.  Buy and sell Sterling Ex-change and Cable  Transfers.  Grant Commercial and Travelers' Crodlts.  available in auy part of the world.  Drafts Issuod. Collections Made, Eto.  Savings Bank Branch  CURIU-N*- RATS OF INTKRKST PAID.  .THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH 18 AMALGAMATED  THE  BANK OP BRITISH,, COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,  Reserve Fund,  -      -      ���      $8 000,000  ���      -      -   $2,000,000  AGGRECATE RESOURCES OVER $66,000,000.  Hon. qeo. A. Cox,  President.  B. E. Walker,  Qeneral Manager  IIPEBIAL Bill  OF    0-_3_._CT__k._D____  HEAD OFFICE, TORONTO.  m  :  ^ ^, ^  Capital (paid up)  Rest  $2,600,000  $1,850,000  U.  DYING WORDS OF GREAT MEN  v'ii  'h  P.  k  fell.  I  I*  fe.  __7,  I  All Are Human at the Last/,  The dying words of great men are of  special significance at this time, when  all the world is reverently discussing  the death of president McKinley and  the words of Christian resignation with  which he bade farewell to life:  Adams,   John    (1735-1826)    American  statesman:  "Jefferson survives."  "Adams, John Quiney (1767-1848) American statesman-  "This is the last of  earth.  I am content."  Beethoven, Ludwig, (1770-1827), German composer: "I shall hear now!" He  was deaf.  Bozzaris', Markos, (1790-1823), Greek  patriot: "To die for libeity is a pleasure  and not a pam "  Bronte, Charlotte, (1816-1S55), English  novelist: "I am not going to die am I?  He will not separate us, we have been  so happy." (To her husband.)  Brooks, Phillip, (1835-1892), AmerK  can clergyman: "Katie, you may go; I  shall not need you any more. I am going home."  Buckland, Francis, (1826-1880), English naturalist: "I am going on a long  journey, and I shall see many strange  animals on the way."  -Burke, Edmund, English  Statesman:  "God bless you.' _  Burns,   Robert,   (1759-179G),   Scottish  poet:    "Don't let that awkward squad  fire over my grave."  -���Byron, *  Loid,     (1788-1824),    English  'poet:''"I must sleep now." '  Y Calvin, John,   (1509-1564), Protestant  reformer:   "Thou,   Lord,   bruisest   me;  ��� but-1- am abundantly satisfied, since it  , is from thy hand."  Chalmers, Thomas, (1780-1847), Scottish divine:- "A general goodnight."  Charles I of England, (1600-1649):  "Remember."  Charles   II   of   England,   (1630-1685),  -"Don't  let poor  Nelly   (Nell  Gwynne)  starye."' ,"  Chesterfield,   Lord,   (1694-1773),  English courtier:/'Give the doctor a chair."  ���Columbus, Z Christopher,'   (1440-1506)',-  Italian'riavigator: "Lord, into thy hands  Ircommlt my spirit'."  Cowper, William, (1731-1800)) English  poet:' "Peel?**I feel unutterable, unutterable despair. "What does it signify?"  Cromwell, Oliver, (1599-1658)) English  statesman: " My desire is to make what  haste I may to be gone."  De  Staol,< Mme.,   (1766-1817),   French  authoress:   "I have loved my God my  father and liberty."  Elliott, vGeorge,   (1820-1880),   English  .novelist: "'"Tell   them   (the   doctors)   I  have a great pain in the left side."  Franklin, Benjamin, (1706-1790), American philosopher: "A dying man can  do. nothing easy."  ���Frederick the Great of Prussia, (1712-  1786): "We are over the hill. We shall  go better now."  Gilbert, sir Humphrey, (1539-16S3),  English navigator: "We are as near  heaven by sea as we aro by land."  Gladstone William Ewart, (1809-1898),  British statesman-   "Amen."  r~Goother"(1749:iS32)T~"Op"en_tlie_shut^  ters and let in moro light."  Greeley,  Horace,   (1811-1872),  American journalist:  "ft is done."  Hale,  Nathan,   (17C5-1776),  American  London Office, eo Lombard Street, H. O.  New York  Offlee, 10   Exchange   Place.  and 68 Blanches in Cmuvda aud the  United Stutos.  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  IntoreHt allowed on deposits. Present rate  threo per ccnl.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nelson Branch.  patriot: "I only regret that I have but  one life to give to my" country."  Havelock, Henry, (1795-1857), English general: "Tell my son to come and  see how a Christian can die." \ _  Henry-, Patrick, (1736-1810), Ameri-  ca'n orator and patriot: "Here is a book  (the bible) worth more than all others  ever printed; yet it is my misfortune to-  never have found time to read it.' It  is now too late. I trust in the mercy of  God."  Holmes, Oliver Wendell, (1809-1894),  American poet and prose writer: "That  is better, thank you." (To his son who  had just assisted him to his favorite  chair).  Humboldt,' Frederick/ (1769-1859),  German savant and traveler: "How  grand these rays! They seem to beckon  on earth to heaven."  Jefferson, Thomas, (1743-1826), American statesman:  "I resign my spirit to  God, and my daughter to my country."  Josephine,    (1763-1814),    empress   of  France: "Isle of Elba! Napoleon!"  Julian, (331-363), Roman emperor: "O,  Galilean, thou hast conquered."  "   Keats,    John,     (1795-1821),    English  poet:  "I feel the daisies growing over,  me."  Latimer, Hugh, (1472-1555), English  reformer: "Be of good cheer, brother;  we shall this day kindle such a torch  in England as I trust shall never be extinguished." (To Nicholas Ridley," who  was burned with him).  Lawrence, James, (1781-1813), American naval officer: "Don't give up' the  ship."  Louis XIII. of France (1601-1643):  "There came to me* thoughts that "torment me."  Louis, XIV. of .France, (1638-1715): ."I  thought dying had been harder "  Louis* XVIII. of France, (1755-1824),  "A king should die standing."  Louise of Prussia, (1776-1810): "I am  a queen, but have not power to move  my arms."  Marie Louise, (1791-1847), empress |of  France: "I will not sleep. I wish to  meet death wide awake."  Marie Antoinette, (1755-1793); empress,  of France: "Farewell, my children, for-  evei, I "go to meet you** father." i  Marion Fiancis, (1732-1795), American  general: "Thank God, I can lay my hand  upon my heart and say that since I came  to man's estate I have never intentionally done wrong to anyone.'  Moody, Dwight L, (1737-1899), American   evangelist:    "Earth   is   receding;  H. S. HOWLAND President).  D. R. WILKIE Ueneral Manager.  E. HAY.: Inspeotor.  SAVINGS   BANK  DEPARTMENT.  THB   CCRBKNT   BATE   07    INTEREST  ALLOWED.  Nelson Brancli���Burns Block, 221 Baker  Btreet,  J. M,,LAY, Manager.'  heaven is approaching, God is calling  me."  ���Napoleon, (1769-1821), emperor of  France: " Head of the army."  Napoleon-III. of ��� Prance, (1803-1873),  "Were you at Sedan?" (To Dr. Coneau.)'  Nelson, Horatio, (1758-1805), English'  admiral: 5'Thank God "I have done my  duty." -���  Palmer, John, (1740-1798), English ac-!  'tor:   "Theie  is ' another  and  a-"better  world."     J      . '    -  Pitt, William, (1759-1860), English  statesman: "Oh, my country how I love  thee."  Raleigh, sir Walter, (1522-1618), Eng-*  lish courtier and navigator: "Why dost  thou not strike?'Strike, man"' (To his  executioner). , ��� '  Roland, .Mme:, (1754-1793), French  lady: "O ..liberty, how many crimes are  committed inthyvname?"  Scott, sir "Walter, (1771-1832), Scottish poet and novelist: "I feel as if I  were to be myself agatn. God bless'you,  all.'.' - -  '  Scott, Winfield, (1786-1866), American,  general: "James, take good care of the  horse.' < -   . *T  ,Sidney��� sir Phillip, (1622-1683), Eng-'  lishl(patriot: "I would not change my,  joy for the empire of the world."  JThurlow, Edward, (1732-1806), English lawyer: "I'll be shot if I don't believe I'm dving." ,   >,  Vane, ��� Henry, (1612-1662), English  statesman: "Ten thousand" deaths' for  me before I stain the purity of my con-,  science." ,���, , ' .,  Washington,*", ,*. George ' (1732-1809),'  American general and statesman: > "It  is wellv I,am about J:o die/and I look'  upon it with perfect resignation."    '    l.  Webster, Daniel (1782-1852), American-  statesman: /"I* still live."  ,  Wellington, duke,of (1769-1852), British general ��� and statesman: ' "Yes,1 if  you please."    (Toa,servant asking if  ��.(.rnA ton   . V ' "'*'  I< '  -Established ln Nelson 1890 J  MAY THE BEST BOAT WIN  ~"     "        strictly on its merits. In the same way "   -"  JACOB  DOVER'S   SYSTEM  Of Grading" Diamonds.  Wins wherever ifc is given (a fair trial. We are very glad  to have our system tested alongside of any. All diamonds  sold by us" are under a _ guarantee that they are exactly  as. represented.     "       ,  " Jt M  *>>l i  T_��.  r*%/far  JIA.GQB DOVER, "The Jeweler  [ . _ J\ 0 *��� -���- IT��� , -  C;;P.R. Watph Inspector' ^Nelson,:BiQ; ^  i -*  As we, oaly;,en_;  ploy expert work-_  men,' all .repairs  areOTanuitfleiii'  .v,*^:*5_^'S^.^sB-r.'*^o-^;^ ~ ^,^^��� ^'^'00'00700tS'^.^.Z^.S*_5_*.____*.___> -_s-^-^a*f  ������ ' -  ������ '  ��� y .  .  -.      ' ������       * *r ^r���-^ ^ ^^ *~ ^ ^z00'00'00s^/*s\  m  0  m  '. ��� -��� *���*���'-���"���iiJ'.S-s-i};  ^i��*^%  'c. V.  - -��'Sl  ::4  -���"il  v_.f.l  \W      **���>     ' 7f ^t��  respond on an. emergency. At the present time* a large number of officers are  employed' inj the junior ranks of" the  royal marinelv but there are few opportunities of service for officers of higher  ranks���men who are 'accustomed tb work:  witli naval officers and in whom the admirals-* could* place5 every confidence, in  relieving them of all details in connections 'with the garrisons. "  "Very great economies in the administration of these stations can thus be  attained' by working 'them in conjunction -"with, instead of1 independently of,  'the naval * authorities'; and' th*e_ reliefs  can "be conducted much more^econbmi-  cally'by detachments Tather than by relieving^ whole "battalions, each 'with its  administrative''staff." ,' '.  ' The positionrtaken by general Laurie"  seems. a strong ^one, and.r incidentally  provides a means "of co-operation between' the cojonies and the imperial authorities. The "arrangement would in-'  jolve an'understanding, between the ad--  miralty and.,' local' .volunteer forces*  whereby'vthe flatter, would maintain a  sufficientMstreng.h���at or in,thefneigh-  borh'ood pfrtb,e naval'bases to replace  at once in the fortifications the regular  'marine,, forces, called for' duty*, at' sea. ���    ,  he> would have some tea.)  Wesley, John (1703-1791), English divine:- "The^best ^of'all 'is, ���'God 'is with  us.   Farewell." '    '*������*���  Wilson, 'Daniel   (1778-1858)Y'-English*  theologian:    "Sleep! , I   am   asleep" already; .1*am talking'in my sleepY"  s  "Wolfe,   James *- (1726-1759),   English  general:    "What,* do they run already?"       '  . r, I  ���?��.���% bT-_,-��_��-T._i  AC0MPLETELINE0F  Front Doors  Inside Doors  Screen Doors  WmdowH  .In3ide' Finish    ���'  IoojI aud must.  Floorm'jar  local au-? ooa-jt.  Newel Posts  Stair Bail   ^Mouldings   BBAL ESTATE  AND  INSMANCE BROKERS  Agents for Trout Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage properly adjoining the park,  And J. & J. Taylor safes.  Theso safes can be bought from us on  two year's time without interest  Ward Bros.  333 West Baker Street, Nelson.  Shingles  Rough, and  Dressed Lumber  of all kinds.  II" WHAT VOU WANT IS NOT IN STOCK  WK WII.L MASK IT FOR TOU  CALL AND OUT FBICJEDB.  *   *  NOTICE TO  SUBSCRIBERS  BY  CARRIER.    '-. ?  *  *'.   j .j.  'b On Saturday next, subscribers ,���".  -i-, whose Tribunes are delivered by *  ���{��� earner will be expected to pay ���_���  * the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the -_���  4* subscription price for the current -J-  4- week.                            ' 4.  GARRISONS. AT NAVAL BASES  Should Be Controlled by, Admiralty.  ' A letter appears in a, recent issue 'of  the London Times on the subject of garrisons at naval bases which will be in-  -*       * 1  teresting to many of .our readers, from  HAtX AND LAKH g-BEETS. M___0!f  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX AMD VJKRNON HTKEBTS  TREASURY STOCK FOR SALE  20,000 shares tlOYSTON GOLD MINES,  Ltd. This is a good time to buy, as these  shares will advance in the near future.  20,000 shares of IMPERIAL MINES,  Limited, at 5 cents. For a few days only.  10,000 shares LADREAU VALLEY  MINES, Ltd.^at 15 cents These shares  advance 5 cents on the 1st of October.  For particulars of above apply to  REGINALD J. STEEL  Official Broker. Nelson.  HEM'S NURSERIES  APIARY i\m jmEN-JOUSES  Greenhouse and Bedding out-Plants.  Lowest   Prices. *.   - .:  BBB SUPPLIES, SHEDS, PHRTILIZHIRS  Agricultural implements, fruit basket/a  oikI crates, fruit and ornamental trees,  bulbs for fall planting.  Catalogues Free.  3300 Westminster Hood.  Vancouver  .   Rough and  Dressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine Lumber Always in  StocH.  We carry a complete stock of  Coast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention.  Porto Rico Lumber Oo.Lf d.  -notioe ���:;.���':  7 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 me as the representative of* the  John Johnson estate, for the premises  known as the Sliver 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. Naismith of the said City  of Nelson. CAROLINA THELIN.  Witness: O. A. TH__t____, ' >   '  Pated this 4th day ot Septaaftfir, 190;  the fact that it from the pen of a-former  Canadian M.P., and deals with facts of  scarcely less importance'to ^the colonies  thiln to the United Kingdom. Lieutenant-general J. Wimburn Laurie strongly  advocates tho opinions expressed by Mr.  Broderick as to the advisability of having the garrisons at naval bases-under  the control of the admiralty instead ,of  the army. He replies in his "letter to* the  Times to some of the objections presented by the admiralty. He points out  that the training of marines ashore'is  fitting men for sea, and the gun and  rifle drill now carried on at Portsmouth  or Chatham might just as well also take  place at Halifax and Simonstown, and  the men being under tho command of  the admiralty they can at his discretion  be embarked by detachments for occasional practice at sea. ' (  "Sir John Colomb has most ab.v'  pointed out that at all our naval stations abroad under our presept system we maintain two arsenals side by  side, one containing supplies for the  navy and the other armaments and  stores for the troops that guard the supplies for the navy, and he pertinently  asks whether guns and ammunition that  can be used by ship".against ship could  not be used from land battery against  shin.  "Under the proposed plan our stpres-  would be simplified, and for either pur-'  pose a large supply would be available.  But far more important is another point.  It is certain that on the outbreak of war  every trained man in the home ports  would be required to man the ships to  be commissioned, so that none could be  spared for reinforcements for foreign  stations, and merchant sailors, even nf  obtainable, would be of little use to,  strengthen the crews, and the admiral'  would then appreciate the value of' a  strong force of trained seamen gunners  to be drawn upon for embarkation.'on  any emergency, arid as much of tie defense of these stations will be by tor-;  pedoes and submarine mines���a class  of work marines are specially suited to  undertake���this would tend to make  them even more useful when embarked  for service.  "When drawn upon for  embarkation  they could at once bo replaced by the  j. rj ���v '('Blinta's Mistake. *. -  ��� L. O. David's - argument does not  ���strengthen lord''Minto's theory that he)  is., discharging the -legitimate- functions'  of a governor-general of Canada when',  'without 'consulting -his constitutional  advisers���he makes nominations for'royal rhonors.) The constitutional rights'of  the /governor-general are not a hidden  ^secret. * It r'is > known to a few others besides' L. 0."David Jthat 'the -letter of the  constitution. gives 'lord .Minto the right  to act without representations'from his  advisers. A-governor-general has large  powers in the sense that the sovereign  of England can declare'war''without the  sanction of'the, representatives of the  people. A British, sovereign does not  vthink of acting up to, the limit of the  powers nominally vested.in him, and  lord Minto will make a great mistake, if  he attmeps to make good the prediction  of "an ..ignorant BritishYnewspaper that  Canada under the present governor-general would be given, five,years of vigorous-rule. Theoretically, "the governor-  general, has certainly'the'fight to nominate candidates for royal honors without consulting his advisers. In practice,  independent action is an unwarranted  assumption of power. When lord Minto  has any doubt as to his sphere of authority he will do well to give his advisers the benefit-of that doubt. A gover-  nor-general' of Canada?will encounter  serious difficulties if he attempts to give  himself the decision in; a case of conflict between nomind.1 and real authority.���Toronto Telegram.  -  ��� -Will Send Another Challenge  GLASGOW, October 2.���It is said here  that if Shamrock :is*-not successful in  the present series of'races for the America's cup, a West Scotland syndicate  is preparing to issue another 'challenge  for the cup.  .OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST,' NELS0JI,'B. fiti < ''TELEPHONE J.0/219.": P. 0. BOX 688.��  "_  GARBLE, BUILDING STONE,  BRICMND LIH.E . . .  *'y\  t> i f  ���:t  .-, t have w  - for sale at reasonable varices. ^Special^quqta-  - tions ;to^builders.-and contractors ^for.lafger't  \ "orders.  *���.    -.  i.    ���  '    -  <���  i-H    *" C  XF.CIE8 BT'MIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  "���*.,  aoM:p__AJsn5r  OFFICE:    BAKER STREET WEST, PELSO)", B. C.    '     TELEPHONE NO 219.  . -  BAKER STREET. NELSON.  Lighted bv Electricity and Heated with -Hot Air.  Large comfortable bedrooms and first-  class dining room. Sample rooms for commercial men. '-:    1  RATES $2 PER DAV  TREMONT, HOUSE  821 TO 331 BAKER STREET, NKUBON  MEALS 25 GENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heatefl. oy Steam 25 Cents to SI  AMERICA). AND EUROPEAN  PLANS  Rnjrs. E. 0. G.arke, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  Madden House  Baker and Ward  Streets,  Nelson.  The only hotel In Nelson that bas remained under one management since 1890.  The bed-roomc ir* well 'furnished and  lighted by electricity.  The bar is always Btouxea Dythe best  domestic and Imported liquors and cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  P. Burns & Co.  Head Office at  NELSON, B. O.  Wholesale and Retail  Dealers in Meats  HOTEL   RQSSLATO.  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on!';"Vernon street.. Best- dollarZ,\a ;day  house in town: House and furniture new  and first class in every respect. Lighted  by. gas. Room and board $5 to ?6 per  week. No Chinese employed here.  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN. Proprietor.   .  SLOCAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, Manager.  Bar stocked with beat brands of wlnea,  Markets at Nelson, Rossland, Trail, Kaslo, Ymir, Sandon, Silvertoa, Nev  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Oaocvls City, Mid  way, and Vancouver. r ���,;  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF ���  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLKSALEAND RET A_L  FISH-AND. POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. 0 BLOCK    Manors, and cigars. Beer on draught large I WAED STEEET JL_��    V��    IKAVJutbe    M��U_Ui��?6r  W torce^ who wonJd most readi|> 1 con^ ^     Y "ordebs BI* mEEClflVK pnp_r Air_po��.  *��� 'i_-'      m "��� ", VA i* .5S-  rf:r!'W  lr   2TOTI0E.V"   lr ~\/V>*^  Courts of Assize, Nisi "Prlus, Oyer, ind  ESy1^? ?i?d General Delivery will be  k01?^ in, the Cou.rt House,., at IT, o'clock , ��� _ ��r :  __LtP . fSir_S5_,on' at th,e'Places and on the J- ^��s  d^.e.s ,9. ?wl,nff., namely. - <��������-, - '^^H'.  f���Clty Vi��toria, lst.Octpber, 1901.,"Civil,only*;', -iAH^I  to be adjourned to the .th'Oetober.. .   "   "'rJ^v***?  Town   of  Barkervllle,   lat>OoUAta.  IBOl.^W^i  Civil and'criminal ' ���/���.-- JZ zix.-A *, t .-�����,} jxa*  anTd0^m��if���_t,,nt0n' 8th ^t6b?r' ���^&ffl  ���C��y   of "Vancouver, '^h-, October,  Civil and criminal  ..MM-  v-ivii ana criminal .  MK ���>. ^ .   v-<   , __,."," fsrs,*  City of Eossland, Sth^ctSberFlMl^Cl.fr^. ���  City   of  Revelstoke, ,12th   October.^lOOl.^^  15th Octoblr, .1301?^ Cl/ll^ ^V%  17th October, 1901_^Civll*l^'t|  'Stmlnstnf *--_ia-.   r>����. _ .��'." J.\7Ktf3Mc  and criminal        :  City of Vernon,  and criminal  -  ,._ -~��^,,___A.'fCl_tar*SffiA^  ina   only      r��;     ^   -f.  3i    ,���'.*��� <*��^T.&&%>M$  City   of'ICamloopsr. 23rd 'October.t'lSOl.-f.^TS^  cWiranA criminal u    v  . ~>y ,tr - ->**>�� J&��$��  3rd.. December.i-ISOlS. . ^& ���**��  CI v if and crim_n~a_7. "1 ��%���\70&*?&SSto&!&'  By command- ^^J D" ^PRENTICE, . rf^Kv"  ���d     i    t i   _,--    '_. -Provincial ���"���Secretary...'*. fM  Provincial *Secreta_-y.^ *v��__li  .��� _ ,..--       .     _. ., .  pf^il  Tf.  NOTIOE TO DELINQUENT ptfOTNEB;^  To John J "McAndrews or 'to any person i-J*  or persons to whom he may have, trans- S* is.'.-sa  ferred his Interest in the Black Diamond-.*'*.*   * > *f  mineral claim, situate on the north side * $ **V,-fe  of  Bear  creek    about-^threo   miles-.from"'. lSy'4  -the town of Ymir, lying south of and ad-*     <, ZM  joining the Evennig Star mlneial.-clalm/- ,Ji_>is|  Nel-ion mining.division of iWest1 Kootenay   {i?    'ffl  district,   and.-recprded^in  the-recorder's     .' y M,  office for the .Nelson mining division    , ./<V?'  .lX2u��a,Ld eaoh o�� y.ou are hereby notified , ^ "--JT4  that   1^ have   expended t two _ hundred, and^ *u ��� x~r**$fy  ^o?lvA   dollars''and^'/twenty-Hve '  cents   , �� '-K_\  (5212 2o)   In   tabor and improvements*'upon   lit, XiM\  the above mentioned mineral claim in order      "*. -SSI  to hold said minoral claim under the provisions of the Mineral Act, 'and if within  ninety days from  the date of this notice  you tail or refuse to contribute your por-v-  tion of all such expenditures together with1"  all costs of advertising,  your interests in ,  the said claims will beebme. the property  of the > subscriber under section 4 of an act  .--y11^, An Aot to Amend the Mineral  ���**���$���$��� .19S�� \ _r ,        .., JOHN DDAN.  Dated at Nelson this llth day of Septem- ��  ber, 1901    .  <im\  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS .-  NOTICE-CITY*    ' MINERAL.       CLAIM.  Situate in the Nelson Mining Division of*  West  Kootenay  District.  Where located: About one mile south of  Nelson.  Take notice that I, Wiliam John Goepel.  <Free Miner's Certificate No. 50,500, intend. '  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certillcate ot  Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim.  And further, take notice that action under section 37, must be commenced before  the Issuance of such Certificate of, Improvements.   f              ^       _.  ���;-Dated^thls*" 16th~day  of^AugiisfT-��7~D7~  1301-  W.   J.   GOEPEL.  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  INUTIC Ii���NELSO*. .IIN'J..__L CLAIM,  situate In the Nelson Mining Division ot  West  Kootenay  District.  Wheie located: About one mile south ot  Nelson.  Take , notice that I, John Paterson.  Free Minors Certulcaie "No uj.72., Intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a Ciowu Griuu of tho utiovi^ cKlm.  And further tako notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  the issuance of such Certificate of Improvements. - ��� '  Dated this ICth day of August A. D.  1901. JOHN   PATERSON. -  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE. ���MONUMENT MINERAL  claim, situate In the Nelson mining division of Wert Kootenay district. ��� VVhero located: At the head of Grohman creek on  Grohman mountain. Take .'notice 'thut I.  J. M. McGregor, acting as agent for.Stevo  Hawkins,' froe miner's certillcate No.  b50,435, and Louis Strand,-free miner's certificate No. b37,293. Intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the mining re-.  corder, for-a certificate, of improvements,  for the purpose of obtalnlng-'a-crown grant  that action under section 37, must be com-  that action, unded section 37, must be commenced before tho Issuance of such certificate of Improvements.  ,j. m. .McGregor.  Dated this 12th day of August. 190L  NOTIOE.  Wo bog to notify the merchants and bnslnes  men of Nolson thnt we have purchnspd the bncl  ness and (food will, of., the Paciflor-Tran. fer Company/which It 16 onr inteot_>n*-of'n oorporatimc  with the bu .Inefs of the Nelson Freighting &  Transfor Company, wo remain yours ���'-���  R. H. WILLIAMS,  Manager NelBon I. _r T Cn  ~~~       : NOTIOE. '  NOTTCJ. is heroby vivon tnat T intend to apply  at the next sitting o' 'he Board ot Licnce Commissioners , for tbo City ��� of- Nelson, to .bo hold  after t.ho cxpirntlrn of thirty days from the date  hereof, fnr a transfer of the rptn.il liquor licence  now hold by me for the premises situate on lot  1, block 12, Baker, street, Nelson, and known ph  the "Athabasca" saloon, to Norniau T. Afnoleod.  of Nelson. P. J. RUSSKLL.  Witness: Jab. O'Shka.  P-��t<>d h*-1" 27- hday^of Spntomh n*. ipni.  NOTIOE.  >y given tbo.   at_the next sitting of the Board of License  NOTICE Is hereby_given_that I intend tn apply  Com  missioners for the City of Nelson to' u�� he d at  t he expiration of thirty days from the date hereof,  for a transfer of the Retail Liquor1 Licence now  held by me for the premises known a<* the  Bodega Saloon, situate on the enst half of lot  nine (fl). *n block one (1), in tbe said City of Nolson, to William Walmsley and Edward C. 1)av*  idpon, both of tho aali City of Nolson.  Dated this llth day of September. 19 ..  .��� ���'      ' " W. G. ROBISSOJfc.  WlTKiiSS . E. C. DA.V1P80M. THE NELSON TRIBUNE,  THURSDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 3, 1901  PURSES  rpHE dollar you --make" is no bigger or better  J. than tbe dollar you "save" We do not MAKE  dollars, 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  prices tbe lowest.   No trouble to show them.  W. F. Teetzel & Oo.  VICTORIA BLOCK NELSON, B. C.  PURSES  l#*:'  s_vi-*.*>  ��.���.-  .#'  ,1 'Iff ��� <  -���5-. J ���>  -&->  *t_3-..  oys  paving added to my stock a large  range of Youth's, Boy's and Children's  clothing, I am now prepared to offer'  to the-public the best-variety of these  goods ever "shown in Nelson.  Everything is new and up-to-date  and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers will do well to  ,'examine my stock and get prices before  purchasing elsewher.  217 and 219  ,", '    Baker Street  i&fr -,*  _M&.: >  3sCV  th. -i  I IT PAYS TO OALL ON US |  ito ���.*,,- ..'s       ���    If?  CITY AND DISTRICT.  Thornton Fell, clerk of the legislative  assembly, is on a visit to judge Form.  He is accompanied by his wife.  A license to wed was yesterday issued  to James Wigham and Agnes Swanson,  and the ceremony making them man and  wife was performed last evening.  George Bull of Howser, was brought  before judge Forin yesterday, for election upon the charge __ stealing a suit  of clothes and hat valued at ?25. He  elected speedy trial, pleaded guilty, and  was sentenced to three months' imprisonment.  Tho tenders for the contract of making  the repairs to the city wharf will be  awarded today. The awarding of the  contract was left in the hands of the  mayor, but up to date he has not found  time to go into the merits of the respective contracts.  Duncan McArthur was receiving the  congratulations of his many friends on  his improved condition yesterday since  his return from Montreal.' His improvement has been so noted that many of his  personal acquaintances passed him on  the streets. . '  E. M. Sandilands arrived in Nelson  last evening. He says that the Slocan is  on the eve of a revival, and that for the  remainder of the season the Slocan can  be depended upon furnishing a supply  of ore equal to 3500 tons per month.  This will bring the tonnage of the Slocan up to normal limit.  WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING IN  * > W   ,  . * &  r\itoy'  W&\Htolv  i-SeaSS*-"'- "T'w-*- w Y -  i|t%. *rrr2s'Y  if.itor*:  IP-.  _**���   .  **l_.*-5  Sir-" ?  &�����-��.'...' *.  *w>., ��� ., -* i  ���ntr-is-' ���-���.-  WE ARE SHOW!NG',THE FINEST STOCK OF RATTAN  *'*��-.        GOODS^EVER SHOWN JN THECITY    ���  -  t.W_.'*��/'.'  00.  to  to  '>...  <  a^. .���>>'-%'-i-ya'a'l!-,^'_t'a'a'a'^'4('���'S'^'a'_t'^'--'��1a^'. <  REh'.iGEBAT0RS        HAMMOCKS  I,1..'-��  '-*  .   , ,',      J .1 s-      \ i       l    . ' /   i      J _     I  �� r   . i*    y_ .,,        f  *���?  r. ��� ,VNow is your time to get'"a bargain Jn  these lines  as , we  %-iw     ;-   must disp.oseof them all this month*.  .If you   want  one  or  bothof these .lines the price won't'hinder you.  hi  si,? u  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO,  >'. "r Importers and Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware. '  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS A_.D CIGARS.  . NELSON, BEITISH COLUMBIA.  A COMPLETE Llf.E OF CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  - Eainer Seattle) Beer in pints and quarts.   '*Dogs Head Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts.   Kola Wine,'the beBt Temperanoe drink.  Our-Special Canadian Bye in 5s and 6s.  Dawson's Perfection Scotch Whiskey.'      Granada pure Havana Oigars.  Union Oigars, a full rangeinprio es.    Oards and Poker Ohips.  Agents Brunswick-Balke Collender Billiard  Tables and Supplies.  *^B  j*  I I!  ��:  ]?'  |y  v.  ROSSLrAIND   BIVailNEBRUVa  WORKS  CUNLIFFE  Sc MeMILLAN  Foundeps, Boilermakers and Machinists.  OKB OARS, skips, cagoe, oro bin doors, cliuteB and Ren eral -wrought iron work.    Our oro cars aro  tbo best on the market    Write its for references and full particular>*.  SECOND HAND MACHINERY FOB SALE.-Ono 5-foot Peloon wato-wheel, width600 foot, "8 to 16"  spinal riveted pipe.   One 10x5x13 outside packed plunder sinking pump.  Hock drill., stoping  bars. &o., &c.  AGENTS NOB THEY PUMPS.    ,   STOCK  CARRIED.  P��.   O.   Box  198. THIRD   AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  i      ���   '.������'���   . ��� ��� ��� ���  Telephone 161.  HUM- TEA  J. A.  The best in the market, in 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Nelson Mining Division Records.  The new locations recorded at the  Nelson record offlee yesterday were:  Rexie, on Round mountain, on Quartz  creek, about one mile and a half from  Ymir, by Nelson, Chisholm; Black  Hawk, on Jubilee* mountain, two miles  from Ymir, by Charles Northbridge;  Bella, on Quartz creek, about three-  quarters of a mile from Ymir.  Certificates of work were 'issued to  C. J. Ditter, on the .Arcade; H. Ginsberg, on the Poorman and Big Chief;  R. R. Shrim, on the Gold Prospect and  Grenfell; G. A.' Campbell, on the Du-  kane; Roderick MeLeod, on the Kimberley; and A. G.'Shaw et*al, on the  H. G. N.  , ^   r ��� , ,       .  > County .Court Cases,  At the session of the county coilrt yesterday, following ��� the case of Hall vs.  LaBau, judgmentswas^.delivered in the  case of Arnot vs. McMillan for $89, the  'amount of a feed bill. It is said that the  ^case will be appealed. A garnishee ac-  .tion in the same-case was adjourned  till the next session of the court.    ���  In the case of Zattoni vs. the Western  Canada Insurance Company, an , adjournment by consent was arrived at.  .- In Allenberg vs'. Ritchie, judgment  was given for, the plaintiff for $43.58,  and' Allsnburg vs. Benson an adjournment was secured till<today. ���- \,,  '-.In "Whitehead vs. McNeill, judgment  waa entered for ?52 and pending the  "decision bf 'the plaintiff the case was  adjourned.                                  l         ;  'The "case of Robitaille vs. Mason and  Young will come up at the session of  ,the court this morning. ���*  J.      ,   __,   , ,  , A' Tumble in Bear Meat,  * Snowslides are a common occurrence  in, the Slocan. So ate mudslides. But  when 500 pounds of bear meat comes  tumbling down the mountain side, tear-v  ing a pathway through'the underbrush,  with apparently", but' oneu object in ��� view  and that to get to the bottom, the camp  rises above the list of common and'enters  the list of uncommon. Such an occurrence is reported1 from the Capella camp,  Goat mountain. Monday * evening ��� a  rumbling, sweeping sound was heard  in the direction of a near-by path of a  -snowslide.J-he-boys-oiuthe-camp-invesru  tigated to discover the cause of the  noise, and found at the bottom of the  slide the carcass of a big black bear,  weighing 500 pounds. Where it started  from they failed to discover, and, as no  bullet holes were found in it, the supposition is that bruin was the victim  of misplaced confidence, in picking in  some poisoned meat set out some days  ago for wolves that have been seen on  the hill.���New Denver Ledge,  A Wedding in Sight.  SLOCAN CITY/October 2.���A very  pleasant affair came off at the Arlington  mine on Saturday evening, Mr. "Dubois,  the superintendent was the recipient of  a very beautiful present, Mr. Burchell,  bookkeeper, and Mr. Herrington, for-  man, and Mr. Coleman, engineer and  assayer, were the donors. A very swell  dinner was prepared for a party o'f  twelve. Mr. Bmchell made a capital  host. In a few well chosen words Mr.  Burchell "made the presentation. B. M.  Sandilands of Sandon, W. Thomlinson,  of the Speculator mines, Mr. Ross of the  Evening Star, and Messrs. Curtis, Mc-  Neish and Henderson of Slocan were  among the guests. Messrs. Burchell, DuBois, Sandilands and Ross were the  speech makers. Messrs. Herrington,  Coleman and Thomlinson were the songsters, Mr, DuBois leaves for Seattle on  the 2nd, where on the 10th of October  he will wed Miss Laura Hammond,  youngest daughter of the late Henry P.  Hammond.  east where virtue is found everywhre  on the surface.  Seven million men were employed at  the same time in building the Gizeh  pyramid. This pyiamia is 450 feet high  and covers an area of 13 acres. One  stone in it took 2000 men three years  to bring it from the quarry. They would  do well working on the Nelson postoffice  building.  CAT THE HOTELS.  NELSON���J. Otterson, Victoria.  TREMONT���John Beattie, Sandon.  MADDEN���Charles Weepe> Grand!  Forks.  QUEEN'S���J. Simpson, Howser; D. C.  Barbick, Salmo; H. Colbick, Silverton;  D. Campbell, Ymir; G. Clark, Sandon;  J. Lynch, Referendum mine.  GRAND CENTRAL���J. D. Gillis,  Tenderfoot creek; Charles Lindeman,  P. H. Graham, New Whatcom; F. Hog-  arty, Pilot Bay; W. H. Creitz, Rossland;  E. Sisson, Burton; D. McLean and J.  McNeill Ainsworth; I. Stofford, Three  Forks.  PHAIR���Henry. Roy, Rossland; H. R.  Miller, Spokane; George Hayward, Kaslo; K. G. Molmgren, Spokane; P. Welch,  Spokane;   G.   E. -Graham,,- Winnipeg;  F. J. Finucane, Greenwood; H. Cock-  shutt,, Brantfprd; E. M. Sandilands,  Sandon.  HUME���H. E. Gillis, Vancouver; J.  J. Sonheatt, Vancouver; W. E. Boie,  Kaslo; T. R. French, Kaslo; H. B. De-  Fond, Spokane; S. H. Conolly, North-  port; Frank JYtcQuaid, San Francisco;  John Champion, San Francisco; Lewis  Ellison, Spokane; E. T. Hay, Wilbur,  Washington, -Louis Cleghorn,  Toronto.  Twelve Families Eendered Destitute.  LADYSMITH, October 2���Coal mine  inspector Morgan, after testing the gas  which isjescaping.from the mine at the  Extension shaft, expressed the opinion  that the flre in the mine has been  smothered, and in consequence the  work of searching for the bodies will  be commenced. Twelve families have  been re'ndered destitute as a1 result of  the explosion.  VICTORIA, October 2.���Acting upon^  the repdrtjof Mr. Morgan,'provincial in-"  spector of coal mines, that the fire was  out in the' Extension mines, the company this afternoon commenced work  in the tunnel arid No. 3 shaft, which are  not connected, with the two shafts in  which1 the" flre occurred and where the  bodies of the unfortunate victims are  burned....,New fan houses are being  erected ,-for Nos. 2 and 3 shafts, and' it  is expected that the mine will be  worked'as usual in two or three weeks.  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.CJ  H. BYERS &  TO SPORTSMEN:  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever receivec  in Kootenay. Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles. Winchester Smokeless anc  Savage Carbines. Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequalec  for simplicity, accuracy and effect. �� .   -.  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Blowers, Exhausters, Hand Shaft Pumps, Pipe and Fittings Steam Packing, Leather anc  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Cor, Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  outward stampede having commenced  in earnest. It is estimated that there  was $200,000 in gold among the passengers, among whom was Mrs. Hall  of San Francisco, wife of Jim Hall,  owner of 17 Eldorado.  Most of'the Killed Were Foreigners.'  LONDON,'.October 2.���Moidewill, the  scene of-the bold attack by commandant Delarey oh colonel Kekewich's camp,  is 75 miles west of Pretoria and 15 west  of Rustenburg. As the wounded were  being brought back to Rustenburg, it  looks as if Moidewill, which is close ;to  the 'Magatos pass in the Magliesberg  range', had been abandoned. Among the  Boers 'killed at Moidewill was commandant Tobias Boshof, a well known leader.  Kemp's scouts picked up the body. Most  of the others killed were foreigners.-  Exedus Started From Dawson. -  VICTORIA, October 2.���The steamer  Cottage City arrived tonight' from Skagway.  She * brought 200 passengers, * the  greater number,from Dawson City, the  Mrs; E. McLaughlin  Will Display  v   Today  an Attractive  -���Stock-ofJBats, ���  including all the  , Newest Models.  PEES0NALS.  Lawyers like S. S. Taylor, K. C, will  find The Tribune's advertising rates in  the second column of tne second page.  Jasper Phair, who has been stationed  at Rykert's as quarantine'officer, is back*  in Nelson, there being no longer any  need of an officer at that place.  Escaped From Sarnia JaiL  SARNIA, Ontario, October 2.���Robert  Thompson a desperate' burglar, yesterday afternoon sentenced for ten years  to the Kingson penitentiary, escaped  from the Sarnia jail last night.  Wallace's   Condition More Favorable.  WOODBRIDGE,   Ontario,   October   2.  ���Hon.  Clark Wallace's condition this  morning was a little more favorable.  J6  W  ito  vi/  0 '_��.�����*.  ���s^ar^.^^s?:  MILLINERY  una  ���$   * To the Ladies we extend a cordial invitation to  $ our MILLINEEY OPENING, on  TUESDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1901  AND FOLLOWING DAYS.  Good . .-.  Timepieces  a*  to  to  to Oiir display" will be of French and American  jji Pattern Hats, German Mantles' and Automobile  to Goats, American Tailor-made Costumes and Silk  /|\ Blouses.  Can be procured without  an 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.  BROWN BROS  Opticians and Jewelers.  I  BAKER STREET  NELSON  Parlors in West Block,  Corner Baker and Hall Sts.  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES   -JCHEY ARE THE BEST      ..  (IV Baker and "Ward Streets  NELSON, B. 0. m  _fi. .   ._������������'  ^������g' g-_r,iCr_g.,fr'C_.'a_.,g_,g.,gL- i__. 'a'-S'-ft'-aa'^'^'s^'-a^1--^  ���v**a?-_r._p.r-i*l���� ._?.?:.?:  U/. ^219*% ?3f2S ^S fX'^9^1^-f  GOING OUT OF  AUCTION   SAI.E  OF,  You can get them'at  MCDONALD'S  Baker Street.  DRY GOODS      GENTS' FURNISHINGS  BOOTS & SHOES       HATS & CAPS  - Our next auction sale be held at 8 o'clock on  THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3rd. .  fle aPonsi  jQRQCEBS AND. JPJBOVlEipN DEALERS. ZtSoostan Blade, BaJrar gtreet,  New Denver Ledgelettes.  The provincial government can spend  thousands in entertaining the duke of  York, but it cannot find a dollar for  shiplap to make side/walks. in/ 'Ne-w  Denver.  In. the Slocan the production of hableg  seems to be increasing faster than the  mineral output. If all Canada made such  a record we would need no such costly  immigration agencies in Europe.  Returning pilgrims say that the Slocan people do not know when they are  well off. Probably not. We have no yellow fevor hero and the Boers never  shove their guns through out -windows,  but the poker games haye grown so  feeble and the people so tame that  the canaia resembj�� fbase at tbe effete  Notice of  Millinery Opening  Will Appear Later.  *************************  l H. H. PLAYFORD & CO.;  nt  <n  9  9  Mi  Mi  Mi  J TOBACCO   AND   CIGAR jjj  ���*. Mi  $ MERCHANTS. $  9 ' ��!��  1*   ���.  9   9  9 9  $ P.O. Box 637. Telephone 117. ��  % it  ***********************&  Fall Millinery Opening  Mrs. Enfield desires to announce  to the ladies of Nelson that her  Millinery Opening will take place-  on  TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY,  October 1st and 2nd.  in the Opera House block, next door  to Fostaffice.  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  AND  MERCHANTS.  KOOTENAY  COFFEE CO.  ************************  Coffae Boasters  ixiaier. in Tea and Coffee  ************************  "We are offering at lo wo sb prices tbe boat  (Trades of Ceylon, India, China aud Japan  Oar Bes., Mocha and Java Cofl'ee, per  pound 9  40.  Mocha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, i pounds  1 00  Special Blend Cofl'ee, 6 pounds  1 00  Rto Blend Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY GOFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  As I intend closing my business here the end of this month  all goods will be sold at private sale regardless of cost.  A few "of our sample lines:  Black all-wool Cashmere, reguluar price..$     .75 now $   .45  ". " " " "    ..        .50 .30  Velveteens, regular price :         .75 . .40  _=���^LadiesLLinen_Oollars,_regular��� price. .-.--. .20���=������12|-  Ladies' Cloth Jackets, regular price     ' 15.00 10.00  " " " , '-             7.50 4.50  All colors- Corticelli silk spools at  .20  Come and get bargains before it is too late.  A.   __CT__-____-  iwmnw _________'  FISHING TACKLE  eveio  Incorporated under the laws of B: -itlslx Columbia.  Capital $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 shares'      Par value SIM each  All treasury stock Mo promoters and no prefe rred <  16 RODS LEFT  25 FER CENT REDUCTION  COME AND SEE THEM  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  1__.W.-C.Blook.     Gp__usrW._-l___.aBka.S_- '  PEOPEETIES.���Camborne .  Group,   nine    claims/  Oyster Group, six claims.   Located in*the Free  Gold Fish Eiver Gamp, Lardeau Mining Ltirision.  B.C.   Large Veins.   Free milling go]d ore.'  FIRST ALLOTMENT:---200,000 shares, now offered  at 50 cents per share. -   \ .  '  In view of the splendid showings of both high .'*i��<3 low grade  ore, and the unrivaled facilities for the economical d sveloping and  working of the properties,, it is confidently.expoeted that nofc only-  will the present issue pf stock be sold quickly, but that no more  will be offered,at less than pai-. '  Address all inquiries or applications for stock to-*  ���rz^  Mid al Broker.  P. O. BOX 56Q  STEL.SON, B.C.  !-Y.-:  i*_B__a


Citation Scheme:


Citations by CSL (citeproc-js)

Usage Statistics



Customize your widget with the following options, then copy and paste the code below into the HTML of your page to embed this item in your website.
                            <div id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidgetDisplay">
                            <script id="ubcOpenCollectionsWidget"
                            async >
IIIF logo Our image viewer uses the IIIF 2.0 standard. To load this item in other compatible viewers, use this url:


Related Items