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 . ���*-.  -.'.1 ���*.*-* *-'.  B-  J" _       'Vi YT-W*. ;  . ��� rf,\M  r    ,*������?_ 4 _������.�����*  .   .   a-" *_"U.  ' y,'!&-  .  ������tffel  ESTABLISHED  1892  SATURDAY  MORKllsTG,  OCTOBER 5,   1901  DAILY EDITION.  YIMCTIYENESS  AND   NOT  JUSTICE  TEMPERED WITH MERCY.  i  THE   GOBDE3S' WHO HOLDS  THE  SCALES HAS ONLY ONE EYE  BANDAGED.  ROSSLAND, October 4.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���The trial of Thomas  Beamish on appeal from the judgment  of Iho police magistrate "in the Home  assault case last August, when Beamish  was sentenced to two months' impris-  .' pnment with hard labor, came on before  judge Leamy at the court house today.  Beamish, who defended himself in person .on the flrst occasion, was represented by C. B. Gillan,*and as in the Calis-  ', tro case yesterday T. M. Daly, the Le  Roi solicitor, appeared for the crown.  At the conclusion of the evidence, counsel addressed the court at length, and  - the court gave judgment refusing to interfere with the magistrate's finding  and dismissed the appeal. When judgment had been rendered, 'ohief of police  "Vaiighan took hold of Beamish none too  gently, handcuffed him, and so took him  along Columbia avenue to the jail. The  street was -crowded, it being' about 4  o'clock. p. m., and the incident called  out a violent and emphatic protest from  all quarteis.-Gillan, Beamish's counsel,  states that his'client uttered no resis:  tance and made 'no trouble after the  court had-rendered judgment and did  nothing to' justify'.his liemg ironed and  led along the streets lilce a malefactor.  The prosecution of both Colistro and  Beamish has been vindictively pushed  by   the  Le  Rci  solicitor,   who   should  *��� never have'been permitted to represent  the-crown. Neither the police.magistrate  nor judge Leamy seemed to have considered the excited state of.feeling existing heie since the strike'commenced,  or to "have, made any allowance for it.  Both , Colistro and Beamish have ;had  good moral characters, and the offense  \they.-realjy ^committed, if any, was. the  first'Occurrence" of" ltF-'kind--since* the  strike commenced. A warning and a fine  would have been ample punishment under all. these circumstances., The whole  result .of these cases, and the ,refusal  of the authorities to punish or prevent  the wholesale violation of the Alien  Labor Act by the Le Roi company, has  ' greatly-stined up the workingmen generally. "A petition to' the minister of  justice asking for executive' clemency  lias been drawn up and is being circulated and largely signed. Jn the meantime both Colistro and Beamish will go  -to the Nelson jail tomorrow.  ROSSLAND, October 4.���[Associated  Press.]���Thomas M. Beamish, a prominent member of the miner's union,  which is on strike in this camp, was today sentenced cto the provincial jail to  serve two months at hard labor. The  charge -was intimidation arising out of  the incident of August 10th last, when  Joseph Home, a _ non-union employee  of the Northport smelter, was followed  through the streets by a number of strik-  ���ers. The case was originally tried in the  ���police court-and the verdict of the police magistrate today was affirmed by  judge Leamy of the county court, who  expressed his disapproval of the incident in the strongest terms. On being  taken from the court room, the prisoner  "became abusive and was handcuffed.  He will serve his sentence at Nelson.  Boundary Ore Shipments  PHOENIX October 4.���[Special to The  Tribune.]���The ore shipments from tbe  mines of the Boundary for the month  of September make the respectable total  of a little over 30,00 tons, or over 1000  tons a day. Here is a list of the leading  properties with the actual tonnage of  ore shipped as far as it could be learned:  Granby mines   19,226  Mother Lode    ���*  *>>784  B. C. Mine  2,180  Snowshoe         450  Kijig Solomon      5.��  Sunset         150  No. 7   ". :.     150  Winnipeg      300  Miscellaneous    ;     500  Total '. 30,350  During the month of September two  smelters   operating   in   the   Boundary  treated ore as follows: Mother Lode at  , Greenwood, 11823 tons, making 500 tons  - of matte;    Granby   smelter at   Grand  .Forks, 20,058 tons of ore.  Revelstoke Local News  "REVELSTOKE,' October 4.���[Special  J-to The Tribune.]���The ...yal train passed  through here on route cast at 5:30 this  morning. The duchess will stay two days  at Banff.  A rich strike is reported on the Goldfish, one of the Camborne group belonging to the North v. est Development Syndicate.  It is reported that A. F. Rosenberger,  of Nelson, went to Fish river this morning, intending to push work all winter,  Injured Miner Dies-  GREENWOOD,    October   4.���[Spec$a_  lo The Tribune.]���A. C. Nelson, the min-  ���er injured last week in the Knob Hill  mine at Phoenix, died this morning in  the Sisters' hospital at Greenwood. He  was injured in .the back, and his skull  was fractured. He came from Monson,  Maine, and was a member in good  standing of the Free Masons and Odd  Fellow orders and Rossland Miner's  Union. He was aged 40 years, and leaves  a widow and a four-year-old child. The  body will be sent to Maine for burial,  leaving on tomorrow's train. <  The tonnage of ore shipped by the  Boundary district mines during September totalled 30,460 tons. The shipments during nine months of the current year totalled 270,463 tons, valued at  $1,622,778.       :    . -  ,   .  Ja,70X Party Lines  VANCOUVER, October 4.���[Special  to The Tribune.]���The executive of the  Provincial Liberal Association met here  this evening. Senator Templeman presided. It was decided to hold a convention of the party, at which there will  be three delegates allowed from each  constituency, as soon _.s there is any  definite news with respect to another  provincial general election. It is understood that the members of the executive are in favor of conducting the next  provincial campaign upon strict party  lines.  '  Opening Up Another Vein.  The Enterprise has decided upon  opening up. the big vein on that'property, which parallels the small vein  on the west. L Two drifts have been  .started on the lea'd just below the No. 3  workings and success is being met with'.  The vein'is *easily 12 feet wide and is  more of a concentrating proposition,  fair values having been obtained on the  surface. It can be traced almost from  the Iron Horse up on to the Ohio on  the summit, but no work has ever been  done to prove its merit. Mining men predict big things of tho" vein.���Slocan  Drill. - ' '  "LOCAL NEWS OF NELSON.  Ed Whealan'-was"fined 510 ana costs  in the plice court yesterday-. morning'  for disorderly conduct on the streets.'  ��t 'Emmanuel chuich tomorrow, the  sacrament of the Lora s Supper will be  observed. Rev, William Munroe will  preach on the Example of, Christ. In the  evening Rev. D. H. Reid of Phoenix  will'preach'on the subject* announced,  Christ and the Crowd.        **'  -  J_. A , . *     __ .  The'fire department was given a run'  to the Nelson Saw& Planing .Company's  mills yesterday,on the call of the mayor..  The department made -a .very creditable  turnout,'and* after laying-300 feet* of,  'hose in gobd"time, had a fine stream.of*  water playing'.over the '"surrounding  buildings.    ��  The first story of the Ymir Mines big  cyaniding plant building is ,now. up. It  is1 a stout structure, built very much  after the fashion-of the large.eastern  Canadian barn and has a solid masonry  foundation under the entire building.  There are enough workmen within1 sight  of the building to <-give it the appearance of a small sized village.  Sheriff Tuck has seized, and will" offer  for sale in front of his office on Thursday morning next, the interest ot o. J.  Marino in the Willard mineral claim  on Alpha Fraction and the Key Fraction on Silver mountain in the Slocan.'  The interest in the property will be sold  to satisfy a judgment of Bourne Bi owners  for $104.15, together with interest and  costs.  The case of Malone vs. Ferguson, an'  action to recover damages alleged to  have been caused to an engine while  being moved to the Castle brewery.by  the defendant's teamster, is now being  hoard in the county court. In this action  he court will virtually be asked to fix  the responsibility of cartage companies  as common carriers and for this reason  the case has moie than ordinary interest. It will doubtless be concluded today.  out three pot holes in the canyon and  get what placer, gold.there.may be in  them. They have disposed of the water  in the creek by a fluiue, but have run  against some boulders which are giving  them trouble, as they require to be  lifted out. A windlass is being rigged  up for this purpose.  J. A. Macdonald, lite architect in  charge of the"'federal government's"  building in this city, yesterday received  word from ' the ' owner' of the Robson  brick yard that he. would not be able  to furnish the amount of'pressed brick  required for the building. This will force  the contractor to' use 'the^ Spokane granite pressed brick. It is 'estimated, that  35,000 brick will be required, and the  Spokane brick ������will cost about" $44 _5er  thousand delivered on'tue ground. The  failure of the Robson biick makers to  fill the order is said to have been due  to the freezing "of their bricks in .the  hacks.    ��� - -.*  . ��� ______^  The hearing of he .defense in the case  of Robitaille vs. Mason and Young, the'"  action against1 the secretary of the Nelson Tiamway Company and provincial  constable Young for damages for false  arrest and malicious i._osecution, occupied the greater portion of yesterday's  session of the'county court. It developed  some contradiction in testimony,' and'  at the close of the argument the court  announced that he would-reserve judgment in the "case until this morning in  order-to look into the authorities cited.  The defense of the defendant Young  is being looked'"after by.the piovincial  government'and that of the defendant'  Mason by the tramway company.  ' Mayor Fletcher yesterday announced  that he 'had -decided to award the contract for the repair of the city wharf to  John Toye. In the lump sum the tender  of Toye was $45 above that of Harry  Stutter, but it is thought that the  changes that have .been found necessary  in the laying out of the work "and"the  deductions likely to be made from the  lump sum the advantage of the Stutter  tender will be more than overcome.  The" idea of having the new plank placed'  on the old planks Has been abandoned."  It was found upon close inspection, that  more of the stringers were faulty than  was at first supposed, so. that it became  necessary to remove practically all of  the old ,plank. In addition to .widening  the -wharf .to 20 ;feet, * the approach to  it wilf'be improve'd.'.The'Stutter tender  for the work was $845.\Toye's tender  $890, Mm ray's" tender, some > $1200 odd,'-  while, the McArthur tend6r, which .was  base'd upon"'measurement, figured some-,  thing over $1000. The figure of the successful' tenderer. is> considered tb be very.'  close to the probable cost.'. - **     ,-'*   '"''���*���'���  DEFENDER WINS  CHALLENGER. DOES   NOT  GET A SINGLE RACE.    ;  ��� *  .    .-���*-.-   -:..   _   ..*-���_;   .      ,-������. ,  SUGGESTION THAT.THE;YACHTS  CHANGE CREWS AND DECIDE '  '  WHERE MERIT LIES. /, "'  -   J .   ��  W. A. McLean, government road superintendent, has returned from a trip  to Ymir, where he has been laying out  one and a half miles of wagon road  which the Golden Monarch Mining Company will build, to connect with the Foghorn, Rainy Day, Gooa Hope and other  claims which it is developing. The new  road will be an1 extension! of the government road up Wild Horse'creek. It will  be built by the mining company but  tho government v. ill contribute15towards  its cost,   . y ,,":*:. :',.;*.���/  ',...__*.' ,-���.'��� ���.���.������:���',���.  The .wagon road which the provincial,  governmentyis building to. the south'���' of  Nelson is riow: about completed to. the-  Poorman wagon roady and with'a few-  more days- of' fine weather; will; be- ad. ���  vanced so^ as to, connect ���with the Royal  Canadian���_ wagon road,' thus giving /direct" connection by; road , with the May  and; Jennie property. It is said the new,,  road will -cut two-thirds ,bff the cost of,  moving- supplies' from Nelson to \ the.  May and Jennie, and other properties *  on'Forty-nine creek/';   . ?. ���'.-yx ������: -"V .-.'���'���  The city authorities have received,a'  communication from G. yG.. Tunstall,;  government agent.at. Kamloops,' requesting the city to-make formal application  for the "admittP-nce of-Albert McCarran  into the old men's home at Kamloops*.  As the application .would make the city  liable for 75 per cent of the applicant's  maintenance,- and' in view of -the fact  that he claims but a few* months resi.  dence in this city, the request of the  government agent at Kamloops will not  be complied with. .  Robert Oliver, Robert Elliott, G. G.  Thurman anel J. Morberg, the quartette  interested in the ;$an*_bn placer claim on  Rover creek,' expect to gomplete .their,  work within tbe next two :weeks-,- "j-yhen  they will know whether they have any.  thing or apt. .Their Schen*e Js to ple^w  . -.<Work-on the-JVIajr-and-Jennie is proceeding with'a -force of'five^men under  the 'foremanship of John Adams. .The  property is* no - longer on the .-market,  it' being the intention of the owner to  ,devqte the coming winter in-putting it  in shape so that it could be" sold or  worked as best suits his purpose.'. Although those connected with the property'are not inclined to talk very freely  concerning it, The Tribune has received  assurances from the best'authority that  it has not overstated the improvements  that have been effected.in its appearance  as the result of the past month's work,  this consists in the main in proving  of the pay .chute ��� between the 100 < and  200 foot levels through an upraise. This  upraise was started by the holders of  the recent bond, which lapsed on the'1st  of September, and. when work -upon it  was stopped was'within eight feet of  the floor of the upper level. As the ore  chute was exposed in the upper v. ork-  -ings .itr-was-decided-to-completej-the-upr-  raise, and in doing so the ore chute was  disclosed. This gave a very good indication of the course it was taking, and  it was comparatively easy work to follow it down to the lower, level, which  has since been done, the chute being continuous for the entire distance of ,'112  feet. At one point where the chute of  ore was cut, it was shown to have. a  width of three feet. The ore appears to  be of a very good grade, and it is evident that considerable of it will be  amenable to milling. While it is thought  from the .work* already done ,upon ,the  property that the ore from it wi.l eventually become base, there is already  evidence of sufficient milling ore in the  upper workings to warrant the erection  of a small stamp mill, and'it is not un-"  likely that such a mill will be provided  for next summer. *-.* '  Low-Churchmen in the Majority.  ��� SAN .FRANCISCO, - October ' p-7The  house of bishops of the Episcopal Tr_r,  ennial Convention by a vote, pf; 47|to 21;,  has decided to accept the report) of'-.the  committee appointed t.t. the last-, convention to report on the marginal readings that may -be substituted"*for the  present,rreading of the, scripture. With,  concurrenceZ,of the house, of deputies,,  the-lection of-the bishops will.become*__���-  canon ybf. the .church of: America..$From  the*attitude>6f the bishops ohvth'e matter, it is supposed that. a majority of  the higher house is inclined to be liberal  and: les orthodox, as .opposed. to ythe desires of those churchmen of both clergy  and laity who desire high Church forme  and observances and the changing of/the  name from Protestant Episcopal to the*  Catholich'Church of America.  Renegade Apaches on the Warpath.  ALBUQUERQUE, New Mexico, Octb-  bqr 4._Word has just been received.that  a. renegade }*a.cj .(?. Apache Indians  from the San Carlos reservation Js it)  the Mogollon mountains, south ef the  city, and that five persons \yere killed  by them on Wi-PW1 creek, near, fhe old  warpath rendevotix of .Victoria and Ge.  ronfmo a few years ago. No partiei.tare  of the outbreak haye been received.  United States marshal Foraker is now at  Silver City, and probably will go to the  scene before returning here. ���  NEW" YORK October 4.���With victory  flags'floating from her mastheads. and  tlie ,ends of her spreaders in honor of  her 'concluding triumph1 in* the race's of  1901, the gallant sloop Columbia" .returned to her anchorage tonight, under  the escort of the .entire excursion-fleet.'  She'today ���completed her defense (of the  honored troptfy in'anovner stirring'race  ���w_tli Shamrock' II" over a leeward-'and  windward course .of 30 miles, crossing  the finish line 2 seconds behind her an-  tagonist,*but winning on the time allowance conceded by the Lipton boat by 41  seconds." For -the; second, time now' she  has succeeded in foiling the attempt of(  England "to" wrest from" out possession  the cup that means the yachting supremacy' of ��� the world. , _  The plucky sir Thomas on the bridge  of the Erin led his guests in hearty huz-  zas.jfor the successful defender. "She is  tlie better boat," lie said, "and she deserves to be cheered." The series of races  .just, closed will, always be memorable'  for' tlie closest race ever sailed for the  cup, and sir-Thomas, although defeated,  will go-home "with, the satisfaction of  knowing' that his. golden yacht is the  ablest foreign J_oatrthat evei crossed the  western ocean. During .both ^seiies of  races not an untoward incident has o'c-^'  curred, and sir Thomas will return to  England by far >mpie popular than (all  the foreigners wh(.*-ha\e challenged for  the American trophy.  , '  ," .Today's race on paper was the closest  of the series, but because of the flukiness  of the wind on the .way home as a contest--of the'relative^merits of the yachts  . it is not) to be compared with the magni-,  ficent tr'ulyrrun and fairly fought battle  of-Saturday and-yesterday. The condi-^  tions'of the race-at*.the. start,today were  very-similar to those, of yesterday. The  _wind /was'strong and from the shore,  'embroidering the sea with foam but piling up no swell; ideal" conditibns for'the  challenger. The racers were sent away  before the wind each carrying a penalty  for crossing the line after the, handicap  gun. No official record '.of the time lis  kept after that gun is fired, but the experts with stop watcheskestimated Col.  umbia's handicap at "15 seconds and  Shamrock's at 30 seconds. " ��� ���  The contesting yachts, fleeing before  the following wind, were picturesque,  but not exciting.     "   ���  The big yachts, like gulls with outstretched wings, had every inch of  canvas spread, all their light sails including bulging spinnakers and balloon  jib topsails.' Their crews were gathered  aft to keep the head of the boats up,  and therefore until the outer mark was  reached it was merely a question of hold-  .n^on_ttyiiirthe_canvas~and_letting-the  wind do the rest.  Notwithstanding that Columbia, beat  Shamrock before the wind last Saturday,  the challenger today gained slowly but  steadily all the way out and rounded  49 seconds before the defender, having  actually gained 1 minute and 4 seconds.  Immediately after the yachts turned  their noses for the beat home, the breeze  moderated and turned fluky. The skippers split tacks, each searching for wind,  with the result that first one would get  a lift and then the other. One time Columbia seemed a mile ahead when a sudden slant of wind allowed Shamrock  to point nearer to the mark, and a mile  from home tho challenger .appeared to  be leading by fully half a mile.The talent  began to feel nervous; hut as. the yachts  approached the finish, the Yankee skipper* by some marvelous legerdemain  shoved his boat into the light air like a  phantom ship and 100 yards from home  the two' racers 'were almost on even  terms.. It was. a pretty sight and one seldom witnessed when they'^crbss vrail to  rail, the,white ;yacht's-bowsprit" just lapping the golden boat's mast, y." ". ������  ��� -,-; The. usual:Pandemoniumvthat attends  the final Yarike victory' in' a' clip contest  followed. Whistles,'������' sirens...bells'; bands,  and cheers*" united in ;a. grand; choru^ of  jubilation,.-land J. Vy Mprgaii's. vsteam  yacht Corsair'added to the'din by firing  an. additional; 'salute of 2.1 .guns. After  Columbia had'hauled'down her' sails arid,  set-her'victory*'flag, the excursion boats  crowded; alongside to cheer the Yankee  sailors and the winning skipper. Nor  did they forget sir.-Thomaas Lipton and  his * gallant'crew, in turn ;the' crowded  steamers 'ran'��� alongside '��� Shainrock and  Erin, and the vanquished received almost as much honor as the victors. And  thus, felicitations all round, the twentieth series ,qf the races for, the- old cup  ended-with the best of feeling..   ...  While taking his.defeat gamely, sir  Thomas made.no attempt to conceal his  honest disappointment when he talked,  about tlie race tonight eh the Erin. ��'I  am very, much disappointed,". he said,  ,"I can't hide that. I thought within IS  minutes ofthe first half we had won.  j was sure as my life thatwe had won.  When I looked around, thesituation had  changed, and. I had lost It was a hard  blow to be so. near -winning and,then  to lose. I should have liked to get one  race just by way of consolation. It is a  very hard thing to be beaten by a breath,  by a few beats of the pulse. It has been  a severe strain on me. I have worked  hard for many months,, and now I am  glad it is over. To have won would have  been a joy greater than today's disappointment. Columbia's win today was  fair and square and honorable. There is  nothing to protest, if I wanted to protest. In fact I have a feeling in my heart  that if there had been any error of judgment at all it would have been in my  favor. If there had' been any possibility  of choice ^in the matter, I believe the  New York Yacht Club would have given  'me the race. Sometimes, a man may  "have the better boatj but even having it  must have a wee bit of luck to win. I  am very grieved, indeed; very grieved;,"  and he added, "I i should have yliked to'  have won one race."  - Hardly had ' the,' Erin's anchors  touched bottom than a launch from the  Corsair came alongside bearing the re-  ,gatta committee of the New /York Yacht-  Club. Sir Thomas met them at the, head  of the gangway, and as he shook hands  with them individually, ne said:' "Gentlemen, it was a fair beating I want to say  again that you have treated 'me with  the utmost fairness and courtesy. You  have met every wish of mine and from  my heart I thank you." ' 1 f  - Commodore Lewis Cass Ledyard,  chairman of the New York Yacht Club  regatta committee, replied: "Sir Thomas,  we have never had a truer sportsman to  deal with." ���        ' , '    '  E. D Morgan, manager of the Colum-"*  --,bia, said: " I am very happy'that we  rwon, and glad the strain is jOver. We  certainly had to make a splendid fight  for it We'had a splendid captain and a  splendid crew"      ' * ?  .  The Columbi mainsail was' unbent before she came to anchor, and soon after  she was towed to Coney'Island .  " 'LONDON, October 4.���There is'a feeling of supreme disappointment'in Lon-  . don over the failure of the Shamrock to  win even a single race.   Those who denounced sir Thomas Lipton's ambition,  asserting that he was using his yacht  ,<toi advance his business interests, now  realize  that  his  sportsmanlike, efforts  deserve a better result!   The question is  much debated as to whether the defeat  'of'the Shamrock was due, to-the superiority of American' seamanship or the  better constructive ability,, of the .American people.   With a view of settling the  question,'the Daily Express has cabled  commodore   Morgan   and   sir   Thomas,  Lipton suggesting they should arrange  a race   with   the   Columbia's   crew on  board the Shamrock II., and the crew  of the challenger on board the defender!  SOME- LESSONS FROM THE5  is eager to bring hostilities to an end  as quickly as possible. He has issued  stringent orders that every thing is to  be done to secure the > utmost mobility  for the flying columns, while according  t6'a telegram from Edgar Wallace, of  the Daily Mail, Milner has issued a proclamation giving directions for the disposal of the properties of burghers now  in the field for the keeps of their famil  ies.  MTBUTCflEBED  ."South African Wax.  ���*...  i Very little-has been neard about sir  Charles Warren since his return from  South Africa and his disastrous defeat  at Spion Kop. The October number of  the National,Review will, however, publish an article which he .has written entitled "Some -Lessons, From the South  African War." Sir Charles criticizes the  preparations 'made by the war ofllce and  asserts that*'the'efficiency of the army  was limited1-,to bringing troops into the  field. To' what1 extent 'mistakes in the  conduct of"'the war have .been caused  by the cabinet' now iand again taking  control, of, direct army operations has,'  he says/, not yet been ascertained, but  it is known that political questions in  some instances overruled military expediency.'A- well-organized army should  "be_capabre~bf_adapting-itsroperations-to  the ever' changing views of a cabinet,  although these changes may lead to  lavish expenditure and greatly deferred  success. -  The want of uniform success, general  Warren does not attribute to superior  strategy br tactics on the part of the  Boers, but rather to the generally imperfect training of the British soldier and  to the absence of regulations defining  tho duties and functions of general officers in their several grades. Sir Charles  Warren, probably speaking from personal experience, points out the keeping ofthe officer second in command of  a battalion on the tenter hooks for four  years may so sap his character of the  most essential qualities for command  that he may when his turn comes be  of less value when selected for command  than he would have been under the system of seniority.  The re-enlistment of the Imperial  Yeomanry is not' proceeding at the rate  to suit the military authorities. Very  few sound, men.are forthcoming ,and it  is very'doubtful'if the order will have  any- real, effect. Numbers of unfit men  have offered to rejoin, but as Kitchener  does not:: want Ihem the war office has  to refuse, their serivces. During the last  fourteen days only a hundred men have  been:'re-enlisted; Men of the old Yeomanry don't think the terms, five shillings a day; good enough as their separation allowance for their families. Medically unfit Yeomanry having 'been arriving in shoals from South Africar  every transport cringing some nome.  Out of 16,000 men over 1200 have been  sent back as useless. No doubt when the  parties . responsible for the passing of  these men are found the censure will be  very severe.  There seems no doubt that Kitchener  has requested large powers for dealing  with Boers in the fleld. All sorts of rumors are in circulation/and it is even  said the icing (summoned a meeting of  the cabinet on the question of Kitchener's position, &,nd closely questioned Mr;  Broderick In regard to the recruiting,  which has fallen off so much of late,.  Another rumor is that Kitchener insists  upon getting powers to hang all the rebels without further reference to the  home government. It is difficult to state  how much, if any, truth is contained in  these rumors. -"All that is known defl-.  nitely is that the_ commander-fa-Qhi��f  Bemoved for the Thirteenth Time.  Abraham Lincoln's casket was chiselled open last week, and eighteen persons gazedi upon,the ^long-dead martyred president and great emancipator,  and then the casket, holding all that  was mortal of the honored dead, was  flnally'laid'away for the thirteenth time.'  'Lincoln^'was a 'busy man through 'his  life. His friends have been busy --with  his remains* since his ''death. - Previous  to this last removal the casket has been,  removed fiom its resting place twelve  times',' while this made the thirteenth.  Each' removal was thought to be the  last." Now| it is declared, there can  i never again, lie an occasion "for disturbing the resting place, v. nlch is 'Inside  an iron cage imbedded in a huge block  of cement beneath the tomb of the Lincoln monument in Oakbridge cemetery  at "Springfield, Illinois., A conference of  the monument commissioners took place  in the memorial hallfof the(.monumentt  and'the matter of .opening'the .casket^  to the light of day-was discussed.* Some,  of those present said that they did not  care to look upon the remains, but those  who favored the proposition said that  it was not a matter of wishes,, bufone  of identification, to be made a matter,  of record for all time to come.1'It was  finally agieed to open, the casket, arid  after excluding everyone from,the memorial hall except members of the "commission and the Lincoln guard of honor  the casket'was opened and the( remains  expose'd to view for the first time since  May 13th, 1887. The features were gazed  upon by those who had seen them* before  for .the purpose of identification.! The.  casket was then resealed and:placed-in a.  cement box. ' is **-    -'  DISASTROUS SURPRISE FOR  - AMERICAN TROOPS. \ >  1 -.- i*"  1 K_i~t  I 1  ���I -'  ONE  COMPANY r OP  THE  .BEGIMENT CUT TO PIECE3-  vff*. *  .**'*-�� __.*-  __  Jivf fcrV  \<* *. it., t--  -* Jl.  ���NINTHS'^v* I  AND BOUTED.  -H.  fiT '.-'���_, r;k>k  -WASHINGTON, October'  ASSOCIATED PBESS BBZEFS.  '   }>l       - ���     ! ,- _��� _������-. \K,  . .  WOODBRIDGE Ontario.^ October 4.���  Hon "Clark Wallace had'a restless night  and was,, in a very weakJ condition this  .morning.    \ * '  y��� 4i   Mx\  MONTREAL, October 4.-^-Therey>are  18 cases of smallpox at Rigaud, "about  40 miles from this c.ty. Fifteen cases-are  in the college and three in the milage.  PORT ROWAN, Ontario, Octbl.er<4 ���  Clarence Rockfellow and Arthur. Rowari;  ,hoys. P*'fourteen, >went^out^duck shoot-*"  ing on the lalfe on Wednesday. nfght and  have not been seen since The boat and  some clothing has been found on shore  MONTREAL, October 4���The usual  fight between sophmores and freshmen  took place at McGill yesterday, the freshmen winning." Both sides are mourninj  today, however,' over the imposition of  a ?2 fine all round. _ .*,  VICTORIA/October 4.���The "members  of ,the government announced tonight  that there was nothing new for publication in connection with the political  situation, althoughnt was discussed at  a cabinet meeting,today.  CHATHAM,' Ontario, October 4���Ex-  mayor , Smith, who has" just returned  from England, is convinced that in the  event of. sir, Thomas Lipotn failing to  ���lift "America's cup" that if Canadians  are given the opportunity they will lft  it. He suggsts thaf one of Canada's millionaires take up the matter.  ���SHERBROOKErQuebecr October-4 ���  The coroner's jury on the victims killed  on' the Quebec Central, at Thedford  mines yesterday, bi ought in a verdict  today that the wreck was caused by an  error made by Robert Keeler, tiain dispatcher. ' Keeler has been employed by  the, company as dispatcher for twelve  years.  VICTORIA, Oetober 4���Ernest Stevens, the boy who shot John Hazenfratz  with a pea rifle, on Thursday night, was  today charged with shooting with intent, the wounded man having gained  consciousness and sworn that Stevens  went behind some trees and fired at him  because he had remonstiated with him  for throwing dirt around the field.  toher,.4.���The vwar^f fS-&f  department tonight received 'the? followf.ff- ?$&&  ing dispatch from general Chaffee^dated^^r *"  Manila, giving" further Retails of, the, dis-"-*- JV/ji.  3astrous "'attack on-the 9th Wgiment::"^^M  "Manila, October ��� 4.���Adjutant. general.V^M^  Washington���From \ttiose i who < escape d^i^Wnfl  the following story" of-the Wprise.of%VJuW;  Septembert-29th, is, furnished: While atf^J^%��  breakfast at- 6:45 a. mf.-on 'September^^tfkP'.  29th, the company'was attacked? on^a^^V^l  ^signal of ���the ringing of the corivent-IbeIls^-^v;|3  by about 500 bolomen, 250Jfrom" the .rearftV^#l-|iJ  of the company's" quartersf and .^XtO'trom^l^yZm  the front. The attack was,simultaneousf*^.4^l^"  upon the officers quarters. -.The campany^t^ SU  was.,completely' surprised! * TheJattaci-^^-tJ  ing front'gained possession ofstnef.co^ta-^^-f^S  pany's arms. Fight ensued forthwith,^ In ^.C^fj^fi  which many'met death in the^messroom^ J"l_&?i|  and in the rear. The enemy were" beaten'^^^s  off temporarily ,by,f about ��25^menf whox_*'2w*|  had gained their, arms. Sergeant^Rett-v^^-^^fl  ron��� assumed-command*' and endeavore'dVa" ij^3|:|  to collect the men and leave in the boats,**?./*0|^a  when he was re-attacked by the enemy.ii-'i-4^ag��I  ���The stiength of<,the company* was"'3'of-V.��'%i^,a  ficeis and.72 men.'The'fkilled/inclifde/Sj^^^a  lowed, them through the-;  were probably-101 rifles .,*  pany, 26;"of 'which were;sayed, and 15.o��V>a!M���|  the lost rifles*" had *their<. bolts rdrawn.*<?K1'fj'^|  There were 25,000riroundsw6f ammunition^v^Va-T1  lost' Ninety-five, *��� -*  -��*���'-'*- *^~ft^��___  quartei s  signal.  Venezuelan Heavy Loss.*_.!;.;: ^ "_^-*?S^|  ' ".CURACOA^ October 4^The 'feature oti$g%  the,Guajira campaign'.today'isJtheVtti^; ?t- jagi  Unlucky Trial Trip.  NEW YORK, October 4.���Herr Kress,  inventor of an air ship, started on  Thursday afternoon In another trial  flight on the Tulinbacher reservoir, says  the Vienna correspondent of the Herald. The result was disastrous. After  going a short distance Herr Kress  started his motor at full speed ahead,  which caused the forward part of the  flying machine to rise about thirty-five  centimeters out of the water. On rising  to'this height the whole machine suddenly lost its equilibrium and swung  over to the right. This caused it to fill  , with water, and It sank like a stone  The water at this point is fifteen metres deep. Herr Kress who was alone  in the flying machine, was carried  down with the ship, but thanks to the  life preserver he wore, he came to the  surface and was able to grasp the ropes  which the officer and engineers who  were witnesses of the accident, held out  to him. The aged inventor was in a  very exhausted condition and had sustained some slight injuries He was  taken-to his home. The flying machine  went to the bottom. It will be fished  out today, *when it will be seen if it is  still in working oraer.  British Loss Was Heavy.  LONDON, October 4���The casuality  list shows that the total British loss in  the attack on colonel Kekewich's camp  at. Mosdwill were 4 officers killed, and  23 wounded; al men killed, and 115  wounded. The numbers are much  greater than .those heretofore reported.  tude 'of' thef OuajiTa>Indian__.jyh*e___,tl-e ^fse^ _  Venezuelans -first entered tBeTpeninsula,,'*^^^,  they robbed .'the Indians of their'cattle*/; ^j^*  'and^generally maltreated them. JThe-In- " '^-'^  dians are now retaliating ciuelly, mutilating and murdering many 'of the numerous fugitives who* have been stragr  gling, since their defeat, over the water-L  less burning flat peninsula in an effoit  to reach their lines or the coast General Davila's first fight was at Curacoa,  and was an bsolute^rout Five battalions were engaged, and the Colombians  are estimated at the same number It  is now knqwn that general Echeveria was  killed on the battle field After general  Echevira was killed, generals Davilas,  Codomiro, Castillo and Eimilo Castro,  a bi other of president Castro, fled the  field, and the battalions then broke.  About six hundred were killed on the  Venezuelan side including 30 minor officers.  Kruger's HealtlTNot^Satisfactory.  THE HAGUE, October 4���A. D. W.  Wolmarans, one of the Boer envoys,  who has been visiting Mr. Kruger at  Hilversum, found the mental condition  of the foimer piesldent of the Transvaal to be by no mans satisfactory Mr.  Kiuger is slowly growing weaker physically and mentally. His slowness on  reaching a decision on important questions is found to be a serious hindrance  to those working in behalf of the Boer  cause At the slightest question regarding his health, Mr Kiuger exhibits intense in Ration, and vehemently denies  that anything is wrong The approach of  winter causes anxiety, as Mr. Kruger  refuses to leave tho ohtel. According to  a remark mado by a prominent Boer,  tho former president's condition would,  long since have been much worse if hat-  led for Great Britain did not nerve him  to continue. j s  Jockey Was Crooked.  LONDON, October 4���Loid Marcus  Beresford, one of the stewards of the  jockey club, who sentenced Lester Reiff,  said today "In order that our American fi lends may not feel that Reiff has  been unjustly or harshly treated, I may  say that his riding of Delacey was as  palpable and barefaced an instance of  not trying to win as ever I saw in ail my  experience We were not dealing with  Reiff for what he did at the turn in the  stretch, but on what he did at the finish.  Regard for Mr. Whitney would prevent  the stewards of the jockey club from arriving at any decision not supported b*y;  tbe strongest evidence "  ���'ifl  * #81  . ��m  ���    l-MB  /rail  .*-�������  it  > * m\  m  "��>i  r&i  i i  *_���*>_  P  Clarke's Coal Enterprise.  OMAHA, Nebraska, October 4���A!  special to the World-Herald from Chey---  enne, Wyoming says Senator William  A Clark, the Montana millionaire, wilL  establish at once one of the largest coat  mining camps in the west near Meetoetz, ,  in tho Big Horn country, where he has.  secured 5000 acres of coal lands He will  also build a railroad to connect his camp*  with the Burlington at Cody City Senator Clark now has a force of mon opening veins. Twelvo mines in all wilL be  opened and tji<. coal shipped to the Pa.-**  cific coast and intermediate points*   _j THE NELS0N1TRIBITNE,  SATURDAY MORNIISTG,  OCTOBER 5   1901  33��3*-��* ii) *3�����^C-5^-f��-%:  (��>  to  to  to  .  NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVED  ���The Very Latest Creations ia���  Ladies'   Costumes,    Jackets,    Skirts,   Waterproofs,  Japanese Dressing Gowns.  Parisian Blouse Flanels and Wool Delaines, American'  Silk and Satin Waists.  Dress Fabrics (I suit lengths) in the  newest shades.  PRICES   RIGHT  m  ���to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  WALL  PAPER  This is usually the dull  season for Wall Paper.  But to keep it moving  .\o havo mado up bundles  of all lots that havo iun down in quantity.  We place these on sale at prices that will cor-  t_iuiy more them; original cost has beon quite  lest sight of in making tlio price. In many of  these lemuants the quantity is milllcient for  even a largo room. The high standard of our  papers is now well known and not often does  an opportunity offer to buy such papers at  from 5 to 12} cents per roll. It not ready to  paper just now anticipate your fall wants.  ____flr^ -^^^^B ^^^^iS ^^^^^^^ ^^^p_^ ^^^-^__g ^^.bs ^^^*^__^ ^^^.H^r ^^^*_^^p ^^^^_^_Ww ^^^*W_^^ ^^^*\W^r ^^^Q^P ^^^^^^0 ^^^^p ^^^.mMIw ^^^QVP     _w^_w__\     ^___fl__p^ ^______W\\_\f0 ^___W__\_____w0 ^__B__P^ 4______"*^ -___E___p^ -4________. -^_______>" _______���. .____&__/ .d_____p^ 4_______v -________-** ____n____*' _______���? _________ *^E_____T_____  TW90'00*00*00'00'^��00'00'00'00'00* 00'00- 00'00'00'00    \\?    ^���^'^'^���^���^'^'^^'^*^'^'^^'^'^'^&��:  THOMSON STATIONERY CO. Ltd  NELSON, B. C.  ^e��-fe'ee*fe�����-fe��^ rc &&&&&&&&%&  fi_   "  X'  1^-  WHOLESALE DIRECTORY  ASSAYERS'  SUPPLIES.  W. F. TEETZE_ & CO.���CORNER OF  Baker and Josephine streets, Nelson,  .wholesale dealers in assayer's supplies.  Agents for Denver Fire Clay Company,  Denver, Colorado.   COMMISSION MERCHANTS.  H. J. EVANS & CO.-BAKER STREET,  "Nei3on, wholesale dealers in liquors,  clgais, cement, fire bri-rk and flre olay,  water pipe and steel rails, ,and general  commisblon. merchants.. "* ,  ELECTRICAL. SUPPLIES.  IV-v-"       ,'        '  \w:*$r  '"     KOOTENAY    ELECTRIC   SUPPLY,   &  < , Construction  Company���Wholesale  dealeis  - in telephones, annunciators,, bells,  Datter-  .- .les, electric fixtures and appliances. Hous-  .*   ton Block, Nelson.   , _.'     , . .'_       , ���   . ' '  ". r      FRESH AND SALT MEATS.     '  .*���"���_ i-'*  %T*  -��� >.   JT..   BURNS '&   CO.���BAICEIt iSTRI_J_X,  j -".-Nelson, .wholesale 'dealers   in   fresh   and  }     cured meats., Cold-storage.   -,., ' ������        j, ���  ' GROCERIES.,  .-_..- ..,~ .-A." MAUI. OjNALI. 6s Ou.���^ux^<��_,ti,jUF  tiptet* "'Front and Hall streets,'Nelson, .wholesale  fek*��.5.�� /grocers . and, jobbers in blankets,-gloves,  -?%.V �� ' *,'mitts, boots, rubbers, mackinaws andmin-  i|��/A$    , _ers.-sundr.es.  IK,.  *> . _  >aw. .._,,- KOOTENAY SUPPLY COMPANY.^LIM-  tfMir i-r'.'ited.-Vernon   street. -Nelson,,  wholesale  1-T^i?'V-v-_rrooers. *. ���       ' *' J -   -    i -.  '���  vi I1- .  .  "Oft  -S.  1     .MPS*  i -r^ i -���-  t *_y,. .I  .���'A   JOHN  /CHOLDITCH u &    CO.-FRONT  y street, Nelson, wholesale grocers. " r  Z .,��� * J. Y. GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET.  ' 'Nelson, * wholesale   dealers  in  provisions,  -     cured, meats.,* butter'and eggs.-^  ��� . *'% <  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.      ��� j.   FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  ^I^LSON^LODGE, NO.^23?, A. F. 1ft  A. JYI. meets second Wednesday in  'each -month. Sojourning brethren  invited.  , NELSON - ROYAL 'ARCH' CHAPTER  No. 123, G. R. C���Meets <third Wednesday.-  Soiournlng companions invited. George  -)hi        _-_-������... -   _  Johnstone,  Z.;  nga  W.  Matthews,  S.  E.  NELSON AERIE, NO. *22-F. O. E.���  Meets second and fourth Wednesdays Ot  each month at Fraternity .Hall. George  Bartlett, president; J. V. Morrison, secretary. ���  KOOTENAY, TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M.���  Regular meetings first and .third Thursdays of each month.'- Visiting Sir Knights  are cordially invited to'.attend. Dr. W.  Rose, R. K.; A. W. Purdy. Com.; Q. A..  Brown, P. C.     r    , .    ,, ���.,._-.'_ " r\.  CLASSIFIED-ADS.  i  .ARTICLES FOR^ SALE. f *  n SEWING MACHINES OF ALL KINDS"  for sale or rent at-the Old Curiosity Shop.-  ��� ���        ��� ���  i  " zz:z^9^z, fi?.^-'.'-' l''..'r. ".y"  TO LET-LARGE FRONT BOOM; HEATED;  private family. Apply ttilica streot, third door  east of Stanley.*, ,5-.   ���       *,-���' .  ���til  .*- *��  _. K'(Tv.  I  (���'���������>.'  -';r  :. LIQTjORS1 AND DRY  GOODS.'  *^"*!r^RNER7~BE__TON~*&~CO.���COIWER.  ������r' Vernon   and   Josephine,  3treets,' Nelson,  I j..wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars and dry,  X. goods." Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  '"V* of '��� Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Com-  - ����� pany- of Calgary.    ^ ' "  ^-BUSINESS. DHE0T0BT..  ' y^}Jri~~J^^  'k r��77Tl_YWAJz^  '^Aberdeen Block,, Baker Street, Nelson.  ;<      ���      -^.m__���_-___������  ><Zf 'y   -      CHOP HOUSE".  ri:.., PIONEER   f CHOP      HOUSE,      JOHN  Spear,--proprietor, .opposite Queen's Hotel,  '   'Baker-street, Nelson. Open day and night.  y"\Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling"-.  ��"* parties supplied on shortest notice.   L  ,'~ ,    Zt       ���   -.- .   DRAYAGE. ?   K  ii*  >' FURNITURE,  PIANOS,   SAFES,   ETC.,  - , moved carefully at reasonable rates.' Ap-  -.   ply J. T. Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's second Hand store. Ward street' ��     ,  JFimNITURK  ' D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITORE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postoffice building, Vernon street,  l.elson. .   j '        ���  SIX 'ROOM J- COTTAGE -'AT   BALFOUR  to let by the month or for the Beason. Immediate  possession. ' Good,, fishing.' * Apply  C.  W.  Busk,  Kokanee creek.*,Phone 66a..  Or to R. H. Williams, Baker, street, Nelson.;  ," FOR REMT-PALACE SALOON, SANDON.  Forparticulars apply Mrs. A: Jttagan, bandon, B.C.  ~ /      FOR SALE.1,'    t[" , T.  OANAUIFS FOR SALE.. SINGISHS-FROM  $2; females ��1.  Address P. O., Erie, B.C.        ',  ". FOR-IMMEDIATE SALK-GROCERY:BUS-  intws; good location; low rent'; owner going out  'of bu bines'*. For fall particulars address U.K.,  Grand.Foiks, B. C.       ,      ' ���*���       .\ ��� ��� -  HELP,WANTED.  .--.WANTED���L'ABOKERS,1 25   CJ.NT6 'PERt  'honr, nlgbt cook, miners, raihoad laborers for  Lardo, cook, $75.   iMelson Lmployment Agency.  Phone 278. ., ,  .,   EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.  HELP FURNISHED���WRITE, TELE-  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. ' <���  ,,  * i  I 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. '        , .  ,  adians hold their own with them in all  outdoor sports, and surely Canada can  raise enough money to give them a go  for the America's cup. .It, the money  cannot be raised any other way, let It  ,be raised-by public subscriptions.  The concensus of, political opinion in  Nelson is that a government with Hon.  D. M. Eberts as premier could not pos-  , sibly go to the country and win. This  opinion is based, largely, on the belief  that Hon. Mr. Eberts is not in touch  with the people on any one of the questions that are  now^ considered, issues.  He belongs to the old Victoria regime  'that no longer have a standing,outside  of "Victoria,and Cariboo. Kootenay and  Yale districts are now peopled by men  who cannot see, why the straits "of Georgia should divide the province into two  politically hostile divisions; ,they cannot' be made understand whyv-the word  Mainland should be spelled with a cap  M* and the word Island with1 a cap ,1.  -Neither can they be made believe that  all the political wisdom of the province  is concentrated in,the City of Victoria.  These people do not know David Mac-  _Ewan Eberts, and David 'MacEwan has  .^passed  the, time of .{life '.when- he can.  /make himself known so'as tb become a  .successful factor in politics.-  j   * ��� *   * ���*  '1���<* T~(���I���~        ..  1 <rWhen the police become so partisan  as .to assist corporations, in, wreaking  '.their* vengeance; on.-.individuals; it  is  ���.time for common-ijeo'ple to put in office  -only men who* will 'see1, that th'e'laws are  ^enforced fairly-, by fair-minded .officials.  -, ,'In three' months the'present city council will he putting'the'-city hall;in order,  J for their successors. None of the present  ���V \ *    ' .    -.   j    -    j 5 ~*f   ��� "     ,    >  'aldermen; so it is said,*.care to stand,for'  re-election. -Mayor Fletcher wants an-,  other term, but he will not get it as. a  gift. Alderman' Selous would like tb be  mayor, and his friends are "putting out  feelers to find how he stands with jjthe"  ���people. The boys--who take an interest  in municipal politics' are training a dark  horse,-- with 5 the,fintention of entering  ^him in the race. If he takes kindly tb his  '- training/ he will be anvinner.'  ���"���  .   . -  ' -��� -     ; : ���        ..   -.    ,  . The incident at Rossland, yesterday  shows, all too clearly that there is _ one  lawfor one'class of citizens and another  law for another", class. Men who .band  themselves together and call themselves  a'Miner's "Union-are not treated by the  men who are -paid to enforce the lai_-  as are the men who hand themselves to-,  gether and call themselves a. Mine Owners' Association. Some day, there ..will  be a reckoning. .,   -  THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  �� *   ff\        We will hold our regular Fall Millinery Opening on Thursday, Friday and fs  jf\ Saturday of this. week,: when we will show the finest collection of French and ai  h\ American model hats, toques, turbans and bonnets ever put on display in this ��  fl\ .ity..haying been selected by our.Miss Darveau while attending the openings ��  j�� in New York, Mdhtreal; Toronto and Chicago. 'h  iii Some of our models are from Madame Louise Sulli. an Drew, of New York, "  and Paul Virot arid "Pouganne," of Paris.  We' specially invite all the ladies of Nelson and other towns to call and  inspect this magnificient collection. .  m  9\  m  9]  9]  91  m.  IRVINE  &  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  CO.  9]  9}  t^r'0?.00 .00..*IQ0 *i___0 '00* t��Z 'tS^\'lSS *-*B*' 'fn '0?' 10?'^*' fB? '00��� 00'    *Z^d. '2S_\'___W^' ^^!____*iS_** mS*** >^ * ^^'^^'m-^* _?ff* !___.*-^S> * --fr'^*^* >'^*>^"-^J.  _.      .   - .. *- --' " ^^     ^^    ^^     ^^    ^^     *^^    ^^  _J-^  500 Wi WANTE]  ��<  ���as -*. ������vasj-si'-  shoe Lamina..  ,i-i .  ��to ��rtbwn^  .TEAS.  I  ' WE HAVE INDIAN, CEYLON, AND  China teas in "great variety, choicest quality. We make a specialty of blending teas  and sell them in any quantity at lowest  rates.-Kootenay Coflee Company.  JAPAN TEA OJ? ALL KINDS TO SUIT  your taste. Sun cured, Spider Leg, Pan  Fired; in bulk or packages. Kootenay Coffee Company.  THAT FINE BLEND OF CEYLON TEA  we are selling at 80 cents per pound Is  giving the best of satisfaction to our many  customers.   Kootenay  Coffee  Company. ,  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  nFBEI_r^E5___NG GOL_5^_WP__BTIES.  We are anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C, Room 4,  X. W. C. Block.  GOLD, COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospecrs wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B. C, Room'4, IC. W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETITOS.  TRADES AND l_ABOR UNIONS.  ���I~H">H"H-M-H~fr   ���I-_��M-.-M-M"M-M-  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS  BY   CARRIER.  *  -ir .   On Saturday next, subscribers  ���J* 1 whose Tribunes aro delivered by  ���J- carrier will be expected to pay  * ,-the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  ���ir - subscription price for the current  ���K  week. *   -  /  ���f"I"M"H"I"M_M"H-   ._-M"M"M-M��M-M'  -_u_-._i_._> uinjojs, x.o. a. w. j.-\ of m.���  Meets in Miners' Union Hall, northwest  corner of Baker and Stanley streets, every  Saturday evening at 8 o'clock. Visiting  members welcome. M. __.. Mowat, president; James WilKs, secretary. Onion deale  of wages for Nelson district per shift: Machine men $3.50, hammersmen $3.25, muckers, carmen, shovelers, and other underground laborers $3,  BARBERS' UNION, NO. 186, OF THB  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets flrst and third Mondays  of each month ln Miners' Union Hall at  8:30 sharp. Visiting members Invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. H. Matheson, secretary-treasurer; J. C. Gardner, recording  socretary.  PLASTERERS' UNION MEETS EVERY  Monday evening in the Elliot Block, at 8  o'clock. J. D. Moyer, president; William  Vice, secretary. P. O. Box 1 GI.  SUBSCRIPTION,, RATES.  Daily' by mail, one month J  GO  Daily'by mail, three months.' 125  Daily by mail, six months 2 50  ���Daily'by mail,'one year.: .-. 5 00  Semi-weekly by mall, three'months...    50  Semi-weekly by mall, six months 1 00  Semi-weekly by mail, ��� orfe year...' 2 00  Postage to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING  RATES.  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British yachtsmen have spent millions  ln, vain efforts to wrest it from American yachtsmen. The last effort ended in  defeat. Not Inglorious, however, for sir  Thomas Lipton's Shamrock was beaten  loss than a total of six minutes in all  three races. That he was beaten in all  three is proof that Columbia is a shade  the better boat of the two. Although  Americans have been able to retain that  particular cup for so many years, they I  BRANDY  DE' LAAGE PILS & CO., X X* X  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. BITHET & CO., LTD.  Victoria,  B.  C.  : TT centres tound the insole! , 7^'J-j."    " '".  '-'  .  " -Without good live^ leather ki this; the mainstay  of the shoe,-there'will come early ruin.  The stitching cuts, the upper spreads^the welt  rips,'and the shoe quickly loses its shape.  When you buy shoes, the last thing  you lbofc-at is the _nsole��   , ,  ��� Manufacturers .know this, and  they, also know that.the first.thing  you look*-for lis fine upper leather, neat finishi'and smart shapes  , Resultr*-insole robbery for- mere outward feffect.  - - - -        ', " ���.. ������ �� ���    (  ,.",.   _  Of what use is fine appearance, if it wont continue under wear. -  But yea can't Hold the Makers responsible for this,���fdr value/  ;*' or wenr, unless the Maker, too fixes the retail price.  r '���. j\   He usually, gives the kind of value Shoe Retailers usually want  ������Asurface value, selling effect. - His market is with the Retailer.  . But the ,S_atcr Shoe market, created through advertising,'is  \wit fr-'thc ��� Wearer. -    *  Therefore satisfaction. to the Wearer is the ambition and  ti.  -prime necessity bfl^SktcFShoe^System., i  ' ' And' sucfi permament,' satisfaction depends, among other  * hidden iHiiigs; upon an insple-which costs nearly twice as much as  ���ythrit used in lhe ordjnary-shoe;'  Goodyear Welted���$4.00 and $5.50.���Stamped-on" the soles,  J'- in a slate framed  J  On the construction of the Arrowhead  Kootenay railway ln the Lardo district.  HIGHEST WAGES PAID  In order tot secure men without tdelad  ordinary labor > will be paid $2.25 per das  ���and axemen J2.50 per day.       ,' " '   ,  GOOD STATION.WORK  CAN BE SECURED."  "Tli& Slater Shoe  it  A. B. GRAY.  Kootenay Representative  P. O. J3ox 521, Nelson.  BEAI ESTATE  AND  INSUBAICEJBOKEBS  . Agents for Trout Lake Addition.  .(Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J., Taylor safes.  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's time without interest.  Ward Bros.  333 West Baker Street, Nelson.  K. Kfil$TEH��K & CO.  BBSWZB- AND _ttm_____ OV  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  For   further   particulars  Apply   to   tl  Kelson Employment Agencies or to   >  CARLSON & POSTER,  CONTRACTORS.  WANTED.  500 4)ay and Station Men  .Eight   months'   work.     All   rock.  Wages $2.25 ppr day.  J. G. MeLEAN,  Elko, B.C.  ROYAL SHOE STORE  . Aberdeen Block, Nelson, fi. C.  L. GODBOLT  (Successor to Lillie Brothers.)Sir"  A. B. BAREOW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets,  P. O. Box 559. TELEPHONE NO. 95.  A****** *****<e************  icy. -���-���-��� .<&  Ml  Mi  Ml  Mi  Ml  \.  \_  %  ********9**************:**  WESl^TeANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  ARTHUR    GEE  MERCIAN*. TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR  MADE SUITS.  BAKKR  STRKKT EAST.  9\  <���. j  9]  9]  91  All Kinds' cf  Teaming -and  Work.  Transfer J  HENRY'S .NURSERIES  APIARY i\ND GREENHOUSES  Greenhouse and Beddln* out Planta.  Lowest   Prices.  'BBH SUPPLIBS. SBHDS, PBRTILIZBBS  Agricultural   Implements, >frult   baskets  i and  crates,  fruit and  ornamental  trees,  bulbs for fall planting.  liave not been able to win more than thG   p���,a^t and regular, deiirwy to tne trade,  average jn oflier ^porting evcaia. Can-J sbkwsbt at WBhaoti  3008 Westminster Bood.   VflllCOUVGr  ,   NOTIOE  Notice is hereby given that I Intend to  apply at the next sitting of the board of  license commissioners for the City  of Nelson, to be held after the expiration  ,of thirty days from the date hereof, for a  transfer of the retail liquor license now  held by 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 85,, to ��__- A. Nabob-tit of the sa'd City  ofKda��Bj CAROLINA THBJLIN.  h *m_____.-��. 'a. thbmn.--      > -  natea ttr___tli flax <* BnHfiaam mu  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 627,  Nelson Saw & Planing  _ci___:ia?__3_D-  CHARLES HILLYER, President. HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Have just leceived 3,000,000 feet of logq from Idaho, and we are prepared to out the largest bill  of timber of any dimensions or lengths. Jffistimates givon at any time. The largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings ln Kootenay.  OOAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFITCCE AND YARDS:   CORNKR HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  R. B. REILEY  SUCCESSOR TO H. I>. ASHCROFT.  BLACKSMITH AND WOOD WORKER  EXPERT HORSESHOEING.  Special attention given to all kinds of  repairing surf custom -work from outside  potato. ��Sk____x bolta ______ to order os  libort 0_tt_*��_  WANTED.  Agents for Hard and. Soft Coal.  Imperial Oil  Company.    Washington Brick, Limb & Manu-J  f aoturing & -mpany.   General commercial agent*  and brokor..  All coal a nd wood strictly cash on delivery.]  TITr/RPFO Win 1.7.  Office 184 BaHer SU  I****** ****-3-5 UMi*************  !iF_5L  HOT DAYS  QUENCH  YOUR  THIRS T WITH  Anhev ser-Bn. ch  Beer, Pabst (Milwaukee Beer, C il-  gnry I. eor, Re Is-  r,��rcr & Co. Boor,  GosneH. Beer, and  Doublo Jersey  Buttermilk:.  RIANHAHAN  SALOON  Double Jeraoy  Buttermilk.  ���Jt*****-U* ***** 9 *** ******** 5f|  A reliable collector for the  York County Loan & Savings  Co. Address Box 678, or call  at Royal HoteL  W. P. TIERNE'  Telcpho'io S65.  AGEMT FOR GALT COAL  * Ofllce: JTwaDqor3 West C P�� B. Officd  ���*-1��tf-i. v*>  r   Uf iri"W  ri0 1  w  THE NELSON TRIBUNE,* SATURDAY  MORNING;-OCTOBER 5, 1901  I  BANK OE MONTBEAI  CAPITAL, all paid np-_. $12,000,000.00  B^T.TTTl.rr...............   71000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS       427,180.80  I1'  I'.  Lord Strathcona and Mount Royal ...President  Hon. Georgo A. Drummond Vice-PrpBidont  E. S. Cloi) .ton General Manager  NELSON BRANCH   ^  Corner Baker and Kootenay Stroots.  A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  THE CANADIAN  BANK OF COMMERCE  WITH WHICH IS AMALGAMATED       '  THE BANK OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  HEAD OFFICE: TORONTO.  Paid-up Capital,       -     -     ���     ��58 000,000  Reserve Fund,       ....  $2,000,000  ACCRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Branches ln London (England) Newt Yokk,  Ohioaoo, aud all the prinoipal oitlos in Canada.  Bny and sell Sterling Krohnnge and Cable  Trau_fors.  Oranb Commercial and Travelers' Credits,  available in any part of the world.  Drafts Issued, Collections Mado, ICtc,  Savings Bank Branch  OUBRKNT RATE OF INTEREST PAID.  ^^������"^ ���^���        _ _ -_���_-���_-���__���       a  THE  OTHER MAN.  Hon. Qeo. A. Cox,  President.  B   E..Walker.  General Manager  London Office, 00 Lombard Street, H. O.  Mew Yorlc  Office, 16   Exchange   Place.  and 63 Branches in Canada and the  United States.  MBFQHI     HAW   ._^:5^>533^^_..3^^^^^*^^^  0_ET    0-_^_I_-T-_5k_:D_A.  II**  i.  [#���  _ *���  u  .i  *j _>_-.l.U    LI  i'l   -     "I ha  fft        "Ko,  _  r  r  ])  "I wish you would tell me about that  other man," he said suddenly. "You  ..now all about the other woman."  -  " 'The other woman ?'" Her eyes met  Ills, as she let-the white sand trickle  through her fingers.   *���"���  "No, no; there never was another woman; I dreamed hei!    But���I told you  even my dreams, Honora!"  "I had no dreams to tell."  "You mean it was so real?   But you  have forgotten it now,"  "That is, since a' week ago today?"  "I only know it was the one moment  that   counted   in   all   our   lives;   time  ceased then;  say  you   have   forgotten,  sinco then."  have forgotten all the pain."  not   that;   you   have   forgotten  him." '    "  -"Have I?"  "Say it!"  '��� "Do you care so much?   A little fort-  ���['   night ago you'did not care at all.   Two  \i{: "little"weeks ago I was just Honora.    "  "Two weks or two years,'what difference since the miracle is wrought! "Besides, I did care;'-1 must have cared always, without, realizing it." :*The girl  shook her head.   "Well, if you come to  that, what did ybu care for me?   I was  just an old friend, was L-not?'. The best  of "friends/  perhaps,   but" only. that.  Friends!.   But what* matter'now'   Only  ���I want to hear you say you have forgotten all that-went-before, as I have!"  "Have,you altogether forgotten?,-It  was only two years ago,' Maurice.   And  her eyes'were so black���:*i can see such  a pretty picture when I think of what  you told'trie; the'eenter of it>is a wound-  Z e'd soldier, opening his dizzy eyes on a  vision of black-eyed angels, with cups  of * water* and red roses'in their hair���  what   have you   done-" with   the   rose,  Maurice?   And her torigue put a fascinating Spanish velvet edge on everything  'she'said.-  Have you forgotten that? Ah  me, but there was romance and midsum-  # f meris madness^'-for ''-the x_ young ;-Rough  ���** -Rider in Cuba!",    *.->     "--.���>,"  '-"Yes,, there were' a few little things  like Mat," drawled the man easily; "but  there were others. There was. trickery  and pretense, for one thing; 'and cold  calculating masquerading as coy hesitation for another. And all the while"���  his voice changed���"up in* God's country  was ajwoman-as true as steel and fine  *-as gold,,"the stanchest friend a whining  - -jackanapes who wanted what was bad  for him ever had!"  ���'Poor little jackanapes',"-the girl said  whimsically;, "it was an honest-whine  while it lasted;' don't let* us try to"  change that."  , ';I don't* deny it, Honora. You saw  me all through the'thing, from the time  I * came home, with my head full of-  black-eyed dev��� angels, to the grand  catastrophe. You know exactly how  much of a'fool I was, and I am glad you  do. 1 must have bored you unmercifully  with my rhapsodies.- I ought'to''have  ~*���ha~cT_n6re"~seuse-"but-:yo _FwereTso sym-  pathetic you encouraguu me."  The girl smiled slightly, looking far  out to sea.  "Do you remember how you used to  ���think of ways to ��� cheer me up during  the-great uncertainty? You always  said, everything would come out all  Tight."  , '."l remember," said^thc girl simply.  "Ana then/afterward���well, you rather kept 'me from souring on the world,  Nora. There is something so essentially wholesome about you���and besides,  you wouldn't have it! I say, dear, how  did you, know enough. ? What makes  you'such a wise woman, anyway,"  A reflection of that past wisdom fell  ' on the girl's face, as she answered  slowly: "Oh, I knew���perhaps I read  it somewhere���that pain is not a corrosive until it-is mixed with gall; then  it is. I didn't want little Maurice  eaten up blood and bones, you know,  so when I could I just tried to eliminate  the gall from the potion."  "So that was it! I have often wondered since if you -knew what you were  doing. I did often feel as if the poison  had been drawn off, when I had been  with you. You even found extenuating  circumstances for the lady."  "Yes., I believe I*tried to be a gentleman," said the girl, nodding.  - The man laughed at the* unexpected  phrase. He drew one of the straying  hands within reach, and leaned his  cheek on it caressingly. "Dear, you are  a gentleman and a scholar," he murmured, "bon comarade into the bargain;  there is no ono like you."  The girl looked at his bent head with  a passion of tenderness in her eyes  which did not reach her voice as she  answered, "Good comrades all the way  through, eh, Maurice?"  "Comrades���and lovers," he added  very low, his eyes dominating her,  "Not always'that," she objected, moving rather restlessly from the pause  which followed. "For a long, long time  just comrades."      ***  "But lovers now. What are you trying to say? Oh, no, I won't let you go;  no, nobody, .will see, and if they do they  may. Makes you too warm? You were  much to ccol before. Well, then, say  'please* prettily���no,   this   way���and   I  -will- there!"      ,   ,  The tucked back a straggling lock  and settled her-collar deliberately. Her  cheeks were very pink. She looked hard  SAVINGS BANK DEPARTMENT:  Interest allowed on deposits.   Present -rate  threo per cent.  GRANGE V. HOLT,  Manager Nolson Branch. ,  at a sailboat, a long way off; the man  looked at her. Presently a dimple began to grow slowly near the corner of  her mouth. '      - ,  "The���other���man   never 'did   that,"  she murmured. , ���- '  .,  Maurice jumped.   "D���hang the other  man!" he exclaimed.    "I   should   hope  not.   Look here, Nora,   who   was   he?  Were you engaged to him?"  "No."  "Is he���did he die, dear?"  "No! Oh, no. What made you think  of such a thing?" She shivered. -, '  The man looked at her. "Then I  don't understand," he said slowly;  "what was the trouble; did you quar-  icl?"  "Curiosity is   an   evil   trait   I never  thought you posessed." '  "I am not curious. How can I help  wan'tmg to know? That day/two years,  ago, you told me that you understood  because' you had���felt that way yourself; you remember? I have never forgotten it. I cannot help wondering why  ���and who���if he treated you badly!"  "No, he did not. I have���nothing  against him."  . "Then tell me about it; it wasn't" anything more than a girl's fancy, was it?"  "I can't say that quite."  "Well, perhaps not a fancy; bufa*1  sentiment, an affair of imagination���  you did not really care, Honora?"   '  "You would like to know   just. how  much I cared?   Really?"   '  "Yes." * ,       i   *  ,  "Then I will tell you. I have so often, wanted���in this last week���to tell  you!" There was .something wistful yet  humorous in her eyes. "I will tell you  the whole story. It will be a* relief to  haye you know. And yet after all, there  is nothmg.to tell.", ..,.._.- '  The man sank down again in an easy  posture and rested his head on his hand,  watching her face as he listened. ,  "He was some one I knew when we  were scarcely more than'boy and girl,"  she began thoughtfully;, "we-ywere great  chums���about as good chums as you  and I were in your Harvard days. * I  always, liked him. .-You know there  were always a good many of dad's students at' the-house"���the man nodded  ���"and they, were all nice to me. I do  not think I knew that-I liked him any  better than the others; certainly I saw  quite as much of the rest."  "Of'me for instance?"  "Ye-es, you were there as much as he  was* in those days." A pause followed,'  during which the girl played with the  sand. "One- day," she 'said,, after -a  v. hile. "he came to see me and said he  was going away. It' came to'that sooner  or later with you all, of course,' but this  was not-the regular thing. He was going to���on���on a kind of mission, connected wilh the government service; it/  was, something very honorable, but���  difficult; he was to go almost immediately, and this-was his good-by." She  paused.  "There were two of our fellows, in the  diplomatic service," the 'man said, half  to himself. The girl gave -no sign that  she heard. She went on quietly: ��� <  "As I said, I had not known that'I,  liked him better than the others. -.1  found it out then. .1 can't tell you how  "I-felt;���ifwas- pretty-bad;-1-"thinlc^tlie^  worst was that the man was so cheer-,  fulj he did not care at all about leaving me except in a nice, general .way."  "Perhaps he was bluffing?"  "No, he wasn't. It was perfectly unaffected, honest indifference. So then  he went away. And I missed him all  the time. No matter where I was, or  what I was doing, there was always the  thought of him somewhere underneath  or in the background. I began to be  afraid of myself and���ashamed; and so  I���well, I saw more of the other men11  knew than I had before, and I���was  nicer���to them; I tried to like them;  thought if I could get interested in some  one of them it would take my mind off  the other. So I was very gay that Sum  ���winter; there was something or somebody every minute���you know!"  The man nodded decidedly. "Oh, yes,  I know." he said. "I ..an imagine what  a fluttering of moths there was; I have  seen your little candle throw its beams."  The girl blushed and opened her eyes.  "Well," she said defensively, "you  ne.ver took any harm from it!"  "I did not flutter," coolly. "I had a  feeling that you would make a holocaust  of nie if I did; I think I was always on  the defensive."  The girl's eyes grew wider; a very  thoughtful expression came over her  face. "I never knew you thought���I���  I���er���had a candle!" she finally. said  with a perplexed line between her  brows.  The man laughed aloud. "Didn't  you?" he said. ."Well, I did. ' But go  on, dear."  She did not continue at once; she was  silent.so long that he prompted her  gently:. "The man went away���good  thing, too���and then������"  " 'And then.' " she repeated dreamily,  "and then, he���he met with a misfortune. He was far away from home, and  among strangers, and something happened '. to him. I can't tell you what,  and I don't want.you to try to guess  who he was from anything I say,, because I am not, telling you things . exactly as they were; at any rate, it was  something hard to- bear-���"  "A3 bad as a Mauser hole," half jealously.  "I don't know as well as you do how  bad that is, Maurice, but I shall say this  was as bad, even,* as that. We'll call it  a Mauser hole if you like���it will serve  as well as another term.  At any rate it  HKAD OFFICK. TORONTO.  Capital (paid up)   -   $2,600,000  Rest       -      -      -    $ 1,860,000  H. 8. HOWLAND _ i.Prealdent.  D. R. WlLKIl. . General Manager.  K. HAY Inspeotor.  SAVINC8   BANK   DEPARTMENT.  THK   CURRENT   RATS   OV   INTEREST   ALLOWED.  Nelson Branch-'-Burns Block, 221 Baker  Street.  J. M. LAY, Manager.  was a misfortune^ 'And* I "'heard about  it. I knew, then, that I cared. I gave  up trying to fight it. Nothing seemed  to be of any .importance except the fact  that he was suffering. And the worst,  part of it was that I had no right" to  help him. If'I could have' gone to him,  if I could have nursed him, served him,  given my life for him! But I had" no  right even to grieve openly;-I-was only  one of his friends."  The man stroked-a fold>of'her skirt  as it lay near him. ''  "Well���and then���after a long while. -  the trouble-was over und th'e man was  well and happy and doing splendidly���  in his work. I used to hear aboutjit;  he. was one of, the people who wrote to  me."      ' * _  -"How many of us wrote to you?" 'the  man interrupted suddenly. f  "Oh, I don't know," slowly, "except  for notes and occasional, things, not  more than three or four,.I guess." Her  companion made an unintelligible sound  in his throat.. The ,girl,.continued:  "At that time���I didn't realize it then,  but I know it now���I was looking forward to his coming home, and thinking1  ���something���might happen, when 5 he  * saw me again. I thought when he came  back he would���I mean,' I thought,' if  other people liked me, why shouldn't  he?   It did not seem so very impossible  Established In Nelson 1890   i  _���  MAY THE BEST BOAT WIN  r~.VT."j;.;,    j ^ strictly on its-merits. In the same way  JACOB  DOVER'S   SYSTEM  Of Grading Diamonds.    r '  .- Wins wherever it is^given a ��� fair trial. We are very glad  to have our system tested alongside 6f any. All "diamonds  sold by us are under, a guarantee that they are exactly  as represented. ���   ' -  9}  m  Mail orders re-1  ceive our,prompt J  and careful atten- [  tion.- ���  '____��� _5!_-___'  00*0*0.  ���-jst. "-st--��r- -s^ -3^ ss% -st* -ar- -sr* -sr- *-sr. *xr- ���ars'-CC'f -  m  ��� _> ���>���> --SB '-S '-^ --nB ^B- !^^'*_s -_-_��� -___.��____ ..si.: _��_.-^-r ���*. .^Jraj^ES.  ^5^^5^53   ***���*&^^^S^^__5^T__57T5^z_S^^^B^^^5^^^s^^^0^^B*^^flfe*^4B___^^2______&  ______*^��nj^ >. ***_ ���*"\*t-  DOVER "The Jeweler"  C. P. R. Watch Inspector '   Nelsbn,. B;C.  . .      t .. ..���*....*" I      .. - r .'       .J.**      . v       ���>  "As n we'-.only .-employ expert workmen',, all''-repairs"  are _Tiara_tteed.-���'  i  ���' *���*..��  t-s. _���*. ..  ���ty.*.', f  v,  ���-"'*.-_  . -' '-_��**��� I  ii    * j  . ��-V_*  7.<-i:&ii\  "I should say^not/'ibrlefly.^v .i  '  "And at last he came." There was ,a  long pause,  /'yes?".'   *    y'  '"Even"now," slowly, "I don't like to  think of that ��� day. He came, and . he  wasNawfully/glad*tb'*see- me, and Sve  talked "about everything he had seen  and done, iand11, was interested;-and by  and by, he���he^ah - well, I suppose he  thought-1' was the�� kind of a girl you  could<,tell things to���you know I was,  and so he'told me. about a girl he met���  abroad." .   .        .     * -.  "Honora!" i  ' J"Yes. he did; did you think you were  the only man-told me things, like that?"  J. "Why, yes,"' uncertainly,-"I suppose'I  did think so." r.. _ '/"V.  '-"This man told me much as you did,"  Maurice; and he had met<the_girl��away,  as you fiid; I suppose ^it is a thing that  happens.- He;told-me all..about;?iier������  what she looked like and all. .'And.1 lis-;*  tened. I think-he thought "I ;wa_3..very  nice and sympathetic; I said alKthe  right things. ��� Only, all the while he was  talking,, I* kept "praying to myself. I  thought- if "I could only* get through it,  there was plenty, of-time''afterward in  which xo suffer;-'if'I/"'could only get  through.it I could,think,abput.it afterward. "My brain felt--if it were so light  that it might come through the top of  my head, and I could see* myself quite  plainly,-standing there and-listening to  him,-as if there were three.of us Once,  I remember," I got' to saying to* myself,  'Now isn't this an absurd "situation'  Now isn't this perfectly- absurd'���absurd, absurd!' till I almost said it out-  loud.   -It was like a nightmare."- -> ���_   i  "You poor child. What an egotist he  was."       " -   -' , y> ,������-- '.1-%  "There was quite a new. kind of pain  in it all; I did not find out whai it was  until'jong after he had gone, and I was  "aloner^rwas^jealousr-I~always~thought  jealousy was ridiculous, till .then.. Well  that's all about that part of it. I had  plenty of,time to get used to it in, because it was a long���er���engagement,  you know, Maurice, I am calling things  by different names."        * .  . "I understand," in a smothered tone.  "I saw him a great deal while he was  ���waiting; things did not go smoothly,  there was1 a difficulty, and he was anxious, and depressed, and I suppose I am  'what you would call sympathetic."   .  The man groaned and laughed -together.   ��� ' i  "Fatally," he said. "Were we all selfish beasts, Honora, or do your friend  and I stand alone in our glory?' Did'all  the men you knew confide their, sorrows  to your keeping?" "^  "Not all, to an equal extent,".Ihe girl  answered with a slight twist at. the corner of her mouth. "'Perhaps I am'sym-  pathetic in different degrees with different people."'  "According to the amount you like  them?" ' ..:'>,'  "Probably." -���J:  *"Then I'can lay a little flattering unction to my soul; you must have liked  me some to be so good to me."  ^ "Oh, yes, I liked you." ., , ....  ' "But you liked, him better; I supp'ose  it is simple enough; confound him. Tell  me the rest quick; I want to hear how  you got over it!" ;  ','HowI got,over Jt?"       "~" '\  "Yes, when it came to an   end,   you  know.     Did you���stop���when the chap  got married?" ���> ' '   '  The girl bent her head so he could  not see her face. She was silent till he  fretted for her answer. At last she sa}d  gently, "There is no end; - never. any  end."   The man started.���"Nothing real  over ends " , '  "Do you mean to tell me," the words  came with a harshness born of a sharp  hurt, "that you���went on���caring for  the fellow, while he was courting the  other girl?" _.���".,...-. ..,:���,.'. ...  "Yes.":"*- ��� '���;. '���������' -������'.  '���"���"������ .  "Good God! .You mean, then, perhaps"���speaking with difficulty77"that  you never stopped caring for him; that  you carefor him���still?" '*r'?   : -y ���    .  The girl leaned down to him and put  her hand on- his cheek,, with a touch  that turned his face more fully to her.*..  "You do not understand?" she whispered, a questioning smile Quivering on  her mouth.  "No?"  . Hist face softened to all that was best  ihi it. "I only understand that" J love"  you," he breathed. '���  She, took her hand from his" face,  softly, and enclosed one of his strong  tirown* hands in both her own. "Listen,  dear," she, said impulsively. "I have  told you "all this because I wanted to'  tellTyou the rest;, it 'is a little secret of  "mine���but, somehow, "I can't tell' you  quite all, not* quite, even now;i but' I  ���I^will tell you���oh, I wanted tot'tell  you 'that I am not' altogether unworthy  to be so happy/now. It is because of  something I learned then, m\ those days  when���the1 man^-I cared for���was in  trouble'. "If I'had not learned it. if I had  spent all this time just craving ���'for  something I could'not'have, I ^should he  ** ashamed,' ashamed 'to let you'love'me1���,  now; and ashamed to have you know  that I cared so much before; but I am  ,not ashamed!" 'Her head went up"  proudly.   S- .  t   ,." ' 1  , "It was like 'this.   As the weeks went  by, and I grew nearer���to him���by sharing, his trouble, I stopped caring about  anything for myself    I wanted him'to,'  vbe happy-so much moie than11 wanted  , to be happy myself,,that I came to think  tenderly ofthe other woman, even, be-(  ��� cause he thought she could make him sor  happy,, and rati last I stopped thinking'.  ^ about myself and my hurt at all. ' I am"  1not a bit unselfish''naturally, tiut I can  "honestly 'say that'-the one thing in" my  life'has been perfectly free from taint/  Do you understandTwhat I mean? 'It is  a" kind of miracles,1'I suppose; "the commonest,heart is^eat and good*gener-  bus'when^that'ldye. comes. * Do you see  why I am telling you?   There is nothing  to regret jinhayingf"loved that way, even  when onevis not loved back' again, for it  brings   np   hurt to''  anybody,   and   it  teaches one a, great many things    Do  you see, I feel as if'1 were a little more  like the woman I^want to be, for you���  because-. I-^could love so", Her voice  fell away onHhe la'st words ���* *  His eyes * questioned .'her,( seeking  hungrily for a sign, which was grante'd  him. The warm color" flooded* her t face  from chin to brow, 'as he took hei into  his arms with a swift,-strong' motion,  holding her where he" could search her  look "Oh dearest,; dearest," ,he whispered,1 "love me, me,- and* no one else'  Love me wholly, or'I shall die" of want  I wil make you forget the other when  you >are mine, only Jtove me' I'm not  woithy of it, but���you"must,'yoii must'"  Her eyes answered him. H13 face lost  its strained' appeal^as' it sank'against  hers "Ah," he mm mured, "I can forgive  him for teaching you to be an angel'"  His voice'diopped,to' a caressing tone  "He never taught you this "  m  J&7  11 ft-*1" .t 'v  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST, NELSOfi, B. C.  TELEPHONE HO, 219. rP. 0. BOX 688.  , ft  IBJARBLEi BUILDING STONE,.        yZ-;  BBIGKriAND LlfV|E . . . . ." ,;     ,  ' The ,, Mansfield   Manufacturing! "Company :  .have the above /mentioned^.building materials ^  /, for sale at reasonable.prices. *Special?y<juota-^1  ' 'tions' to* builders'Jand contractors.-foiylarger  .-1 * lJ^_*n��-*f ->���/_-       ** "-f  ��� orders. J "K. ' . ��� '-���'"*..  t notice:, ���,  Courts  oJT Assize.  Nisi Prlus",-- Overman..   -P^lf  Town of Clinton. Sth 0__m.Br   i_m/*-_.__   -< .J$M  CFCERS BY MAIL PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO  .H-M--!^*'M��-. ***   _-H*4��I--��-'H-H~M-  ���i-       ' "' ' ~* ���   '���" "* "-K  * NOTICE TO  SUBSCRIBERS       *  * BY   CARRIER.       . *  (i.V  City of Rossland, Sth October.-'MtlcivllX  pSIy,'' ��^?v?lst,��ke, -.L_t__   October'tiMl.,. r/Wi  Civil and criminal   /        < -.    �� Vi _��' "   .��V tf   Tg  J8fc&��2m'15.h �����^���P^��t 'M  Civil niT.v Tr'"'*-  ""*     -vj--ui_er,��s:i901. i ,  ...1V11   Only. r      !���*���        yj   Jj -.^^Vf-ll    -..^    >.,    r$\'  .f-^jp-ijQ,  pSK ��i GIle?nwood,^22nd'JitOctot��.rru19(_l.%C %%S&  Civil,and criminal i ft < ,vi*s._ *!��%,"j.T�� WrS-*.-*  <Clty of Vic-orin. 22n_'n_._ho^-4.oni'**.S��i_^*..Fa.--'- "  c o:m: jPiA-j^T  By command^ ^i^ZSW���?!^*^  ' Provincial'-'SecreTary.'.^'%?��*  OFFICE:   BAKER STFJEET WEST, J-JELSOIJ.-B. C.  TELEPHONE NO 219    P. 0 BOX 688. -  *'  *  ���ir  _���_'  On Saturday next, .subscriber..  whose Tnbunes are deliveied by  earner.will be expected to pay  the earlier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week.  ****.H~MW~1-.** '****M~.-h-K~H-  Provlncial   Secretary's  .Department."Jlst'*5'--  raw-!  August, 1901     ._   n/^rj^f^f*. ^\?m\  NOTJOE TO DELINQUENT QO-WITEB;*'; I If  JTo.John J. McAndiews o_C"to'."any personl ���?'�� *|,  or persons to whom he may have trans- i _ Ms  ferred his interest in the Black Diamond.. ���*���  "%'  mineral claim,"situate on'the north'side I  '^i  ?,._*?ear  ��eek,   about, threo  mlles^from \ AMI  the town of Ymir, lying south of and ad-     r < **'*  *   i!.*?lns the Evcnnig Star mlnerainclaiin,   >  Nelson mining division pf West Kootenay , "  district,   and  recorded  in  the-Tocordei's  ���* '  ,   office for the Nelsontminlng division -a   *v  xJf?u-ra,J5- cach ot y��*u"are hereby notified',  that  I   have   expended   two* hundred * and  .S?J^   id0,a??   -Jan<.   . twenty-flve ;_cents '.H ' *"*. I  C$2122o)  in  labor'and  improvements^upon.    '    �� f I  the above mentioned mineral claim ln order'   "'* Sfil  to hold said mineral "'claim i under, the tpro-  vislonb of* the Mineral Act, .and if within .  ninety days from the.date of this notice  you. tail or* refuse to contribute your portion of all such expenditures together with  all costs of advertising, <your< interests in   ,��  the bald  claims will becomo  the propeity  of the subscriber under section 4 of an net  *_ntJtl_S_ ,"An Act to  Amend  the  Mineial'  Act, 1900 ' JOHN DEAjN  -h      1901      NeJson this Uth day of Septem-J._  OEETIPIOATE   OP IMPEOYEMMTS *' ;  NOTICC-CITX* J    MINERA1.       C1.A1M.  Situate in  the Nelson Mining Division of    ��  West Kootenay District -t-  Where located: About one mile south' of  Nelson. , ,  Take notice that I, WllKm John Goepel, ���  "  ITree Miner's Certificate No   50,500, intend,  sixty days from the date heicqC to applv,   .<  to the Mining Recorder for a Certificate of  Improvements for'the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above claim  And further take notice that action un-   ���?  der section 37, must be commenced before  _the jss.u__nce__of   such   Cei tificate  of-Im- .^-  provements r~        ~ ~r     ������y  Dated   this  16th  day  of  August,   A.   D.  1901 \V   J   GOEPSL-  BAKBR /STREET.*   NELSON.  Lighted by Electricity and Heat  ed with Hot Air  Large comfortable bedrooms and flrst-  class dining room. Sample rooms for commercial men.  RATES JB2 PER DAY  SVjrs. E. C. ClairKe, Prop.  Late of the Royal Hotel, Calgary  i^adden  in ______ Baker and Ward  UUSU Streets,  Nelson.  TREMONT HOUSE  331 TO 331 BAKER STREET, NELSON  AMERICA). AND EUROPEAN  _       ;     PLANS  MEALS ,25 CENTS  Room ...Lighted by Electricity and Heatedly Steam 25'Cents to $1  urns  The only hotel in Nelson that has remained under one management since 1890.  ' The bed-roomc .rp'-well furnished and  lighted by electrtcny.'. i ,  The bar is always etocneo ny the best  domestic and Imported' liquors and cigars.  .    THOMAS MADDEN. Proprietor.  HOTEL _E0SSLA]_fD.  Third, door from Grand Central Hotel  on' Vernon street. Best' dollar a day  house in town. House and furniture new  and first class in every respect. Lighted  by gas. Room, and board $5 tc ?6 per  week. No Chinese employed here:  ; J. V. 0'LAUGHI__N. Proprietor.  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. MeMAmjS, Manager.  Bar stocked -with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer on draught. Large  comfortable rooms.' First cla__ teMMbbwd.  Hkad Opwok.at  NELSOTST.B. 0.'  Wholesaleeahd Retail  Dealers in Meats  Markets at   Nolson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, Ymir, ��� Sandon,  Silverton, Ne .���  Denver,: Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Porks, Greenwood, Cascade Ciby, Mfd  way, and Vancouver. - .  j. Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  "      -'. ' ' _ .      .      . '       *    ���.  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS-OF    y       ,;  FRESH AND SALTED MELATS  ,,      /    . ,        WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  SiS^?��^ E. C. TRAVES, Manager  .      OBDBBS BY MAIL RECEIVE PKOMFT AT___OT_ON.  OEETIFIOATE   01 IlIPEOYEMENTS.  Aurt\-1_���M_1..(.N JMUsI i'.Al. i^LAlif,  situate in the Nelson Mlnins JDl\i.ion of  West  Kootenay  District  Wheie located About one mile south of  Nelbon  Take notice that I, John Paterson,  Free Minei s C.ruuuiti No v��o 72., intend,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recordc. for a Ceitlllcate  tof Improvements, foi the purpose ot obtaining' a i.iuwii ijiuut ul tne   ti;o\e lU'm.  And further take notice that action, under section 37, must be commenced before  tho Issuance of such Certiflcatf of Improvements  Dated this ICth day of August A. D.  1301. JOHN   PATERSON.  OEETIPIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE ��� MONUMENT MINERAL  claim, situate ln tho Nolson mining division of West Kootenay district. Where located: At the head of Grohman creeK on  Grohman mountain Take notice that i,  J. M. McGregor, acting as agent for Steve  Hawkins,* free miner's certificate .No.  b50,435, and Louis Strand, free miner's certificate No. b37,293, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the mining recorder for a certificate of Improvements,  for the purpose of obtaining a crown, grant  that action under.section 37, must be com-  that action, unded section 37, must be commenced before; the issuance of. such certificate of improvements.  J. M. McGREGOR.  Dated this 12th day of Ausrust. 1901.  NOTIOE.  Wo beg to notify tho merchants and busines  mon of Nolson thnt we havo purchased tho busi  ness and good will of,tho Pacific Transfer Company, which It is our intention of Incorporating  with the business of tho Nolson Freighting &  Transfer Company, wo remain yours  R.H. WILLIAMS,  - Manager Nel. on V. & T. Co  '���--.���.>��� NOTIOE.  NOTICE is hereby givon thnt I intend to apply  afc the next sitting of the Board of Licence Commissioners . for the City of Nelson, to bo held  after tho expiration of thirty days from the dato  hereof, foi-a transfer of the retail li(_unr,licence  now held by me for the premises situate on lot  1. block 12, Baker street, Nelson, and- known as  the "Athabasca" saloon, to Norman T. Macleod,  of Nolson. P. J. RUSSELL.  Witness: Jas. O'Shea.*;  Dated .Ms 27ih day of September, 1901.  NOTIOE. :    ���  NOTICE is horeby given thnt I intend to apply  at the next sitting of the Board of License Commissioners for the City of Nolson to be hold at  the expiration of t hirty davs from thn date hereof,  for a transfer of th. Retail Liquor.* Lideh.e* now  hold by mo for the premie, cs-known as tho  Bodega Saloon, situato on the east half of loft  nine (A), in block one (1), in the fa'd City of Nelson, to William Walmsley and Edward C.'Dav  id-on, both of tho said City of Nelson. .'���'���  Dated this llth dny of Sentembor. 1001.  t. ^  ^ W* Q- ROBINSON.  Wit_-__58: E. C. Davidson.  '���������5? ;the :ktel^  PURSES  TEIB dollar you "make" ia no bigger or better  than the dollar you "save " We do not MAKE  dollar.'-, but we can SAVE them for you ty dealing  with. us. Begin the right way and invest in one of.  our fine PURSES. Our goods are all new .and our  prices the lowest.   No trouble to show them.  W. F. Teetzel & Co.  VICTOHIA BLOCK NELSON, B. C.  PURSES  oys  Having added to my.stock a large  range of Youth's Boy's and Children's  clothing, I am now prepared to offer  to the public the best variety of these  goods ever shown in Nelson.  Everything is new and up-to-date  and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers will do well to  examine my stock and get prices before  purchasing elsewher.  ._. *  ���-H '  $\  ;*.*   ���  .���*..������  'i*"-*'*-5".  217 and 219  Baker Street  J. A. GILKER  *   ���-_"__.  _.*"~**   *-^       ,-V  f.y >*"-.,'  f-fe** < \. "  ���ft.     . ��  *-���_ .  '-  ���<$&<  bi.u_.5_> iy  ffiA A  ito  ito  ito  $  $01?;.  -*'   W  i^3-_,��"fc"' \,   ���**  i*_^  _?������*'   T *_ } ���_.���  S&W,.*   1__i  $&*?.#    -. ??'  tt&brt,      --'"Mi,      '  I IT PAYS TO GALL ON US 1  WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING IN  to  to  WE ARE SHOWING THE FINEST, STOCK OF^RATTAN  GOODS EVERSHOWN IN THE CITY  '   .  &%i^y~.'\to  >*& t {-a.'** ������ i?rr .  #�����"?' <?\M; -  ���j ifr^-'-v ,,���*"���;  ..._'',-   ,  _ ���>  \'^0'^'0''\_W*\_W  to  to  & CO. i  .**>���*.V  I.  REFRIGERATORS       HAMMOCKS  U      *  3' -Now is your time.to get .a bargain; in" these  lines  as  we  /must, dispose of them, all this mon tli. ���?  If, you   want  one  orv  bbth' of these lines tHe price'won't hinder you. ' ��� ,  t  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  >'. Z Importers and Dedlers lit Shelf'and Heavy Hardware.  ���*    _sn  th  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUQRS AND CIGARS,  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  A COMPLETE UfiE OF CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  Eainer Seattle) Beer in pints and c*uaits,_   Dogs Head Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts.   Kola Wine, the best Temperance drink,  ,       Onr Special Canadian Eye in 5s and 6s.  Dawson's Perfection Scotch "Whiskey.       Granada pure Havana OigarB.  Union Oigars, a full ra   igc i prices-Cards and Poker Chips,  Agents Brunswick-Balke Collender Billiard  Tables and Supplies.  ROSSUAND   BJNOHNBBRirva   WORKS  CUNLIFFE  & MCMILLAN  Founders,  Boilermakers  and Machinists.  ORB OARS, skips, cages, ore bin doors, chutes and general -wrought iron work.    Our oro cars ore  the beat on tho market    Writo us for references and full particu ars.  SECOND HAND MAUHINEKY FOR SALK.-One 5-foot Pclton waterwheol, width 600 feet, "8 to 16"  spinal riveted pipe.   One 10x5x13 outside packed plunger sinking pump.    Kock drills, stoping  ._____!_--    ______      _____  AGENTS NORTHBY PUMPS. STOCK  CARRIED.  "*��.   o.   Box 198. THIRD   AVENUE.   ROSSLAND.  IRVINE'S MILLINERY SHOW  Of Fall Fashions-  The millinery opening of Fred. Irvine  & Co., to wliich the firm's large establishment has been given - over for the  past two days, and which will be continued today, has brought out the finest  display of American model hats, toques,  and bonnets ever seen in the* city. In  hats'the neatest are in silk velvety combinations, feather crowns and breast effects with aistrachan net drapings; long  plumes being extensively used, especially  for the Gainsborough hats. Large broad  hats with flat feather or chenille crowns  are late, but it is easily seen that tho  black hats are in strung favor. Some  quiet colors are shown, but there are no  gaudy or gay colors.  Among the leading creations which Irvine & Co. have imported is the No. 92  toque, Paul Virot (Paris); picture hat  of grey angora cloth covered with white  tulle, trimmed with black silk panne  velvet, bunch of tiny black tips and a  large, long foxtail feather coming from  tips around the side. No. 147, Pouganno  (Paris), toque design, -Amazon shape  with white taffetta silk, black chenille  or black velvet loop bows on either side,  steel ornaments and ostiich feathers. No  16, Madame Louise (New York), Marquis shape, bottle green silk velvet,  trimmed with real Arab lace insertion  on crown and brim, narrow bands of  velvet sewn on brim, with paste ornaments and three black ostrich feathers  on the side.  These were the most striking in the  great collection through which the Tribune reporter was steered by one of the  members of the firm yesterday, and he  is not at all certain that he has described them properly, but the hats are  there and they are well worth looking  at,' and in addition to the hats those  who take in the opening today may count  upon meeting any of.their acquaintances  they may wish to see, as the entire feminine portion of the city's population will  be there. All day yesterday the millinery department was thronged >with ladies and their comments^ showed that  they appreciated the taste" displayed by  Miss Davison m her selections while in  the eastern markets. The entire store was  handsomely decorated "* with _ new fall  goods in all of the departments. The  display of mantles,- ladies' costumes,  children's hats and bonnets, coats, furs,  and evening silks was exceptionally fine.  ' The firm's window draping,of millinery, silks and panne velvets, .ostrich  feathers, patterns',hats trimmings and  ornaments was very artistically arranged and was a very fair, index to the  richness and beauty of these costly materials which fashion has decreed for  fall wear this season.   - *���        ���   ,  .___,-_.r__-i. m  PERSONALS.  Rev. C. M. Tait and wife of Victoria  .arrived.in Nelson yesterday on a visit  to Rev." J. H. White of this city. Mr.  Tait will make a three week's stay in  the district, giving lectures throughout  the cities and towns on his thirty years  experiences among the Indians of the  northern portion of the province.- Mr.  Tait left for the'towns on the Crow's  Nest last evening and will return to Nelson ln the course of a few days.  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B,C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  ��.a*__M>T_iaaiiiiiii^niir>*ininf>i_-wi���y ���*���irr r. iq**MM*rtf*aj*Mg  SANDON, B.C.i  Frank J. Collom, the representative of  the syndicates that have the development of the Arlington and Speculator  groups in hand, arrived in Nelson last  evening from San Francisco. He is on  his way in to the properties.  J. L. Parker superintendent of the  Brookly and Stemwinder properties near  Phoenix, arrived in Nelson yesterday.  John McKane of Rossland left on the  Kaslo steamer yesterday on his way to  the Lavina group.  Alfred C. Garde, superintendent of the  Payne mine, arrived in Nelson last evening on his return from Montreal.  AT THE HOTELS;  HUME���Thomas J. Lewis and wife,  Buffalo; Mrs. Cover, Buffalo; Miss  Maude King, Kaslo; Mrs. P. H. Walsh,  Kaslo; J. J. Lewis, Vancouver; T. W.  Howland, '.Grand Forks; J. McNeill,  Grand Forks; "A. W. McGillivray, New  Denver; 0. Aylwin, New Denver; B.  Shannon, New Denver; J. Galbralth,  Toronto; B. Heild, Toronto.  GRAND CENTRAL��� David Gordon,  Silver King;"John' Lind," Twin Falls;  Grant Morris, Ymir; O. Kenney, Rossland; F. Reid; and M. Greenwood, Trout  Lake; H.Cleve/Slocan.     i    ���  PHAIR���J. Frank Collom, Oakland,  California; .Alfred , C. Garde, Sandon;  J. L. Parker, Phoenix; C. E. Dickinson,  Victoria. >   i   -  .QUEENS���R. W. Kelman, Cascade  City; Mrs. - Campeau, Sandon; J. W.  Gankroger, Sandon.  Vancouver;  NELSON���A.   A. Morse,  Robert Curry, Vancouver..  '.Nelson Mining Division Records.'  /'.The new locations - recorded in the  Nelson record office .-yesterday were:  Yukon Fractional, on Bear creek, above  the Dundee i Gold*' Mining Company's  property, by A.J E. O'Neill; Eclipse, on  the northeast .tributary of Cottonwood  creek, about four miles from Nelson, .by  H. W. Pittock; Gold Queen, on the west  side of Sheep creek, two and a- h'alf  miles ,northwest .of the Yellowstone  mine, by C. L.'Horton.  Certificates of work were issued to  Charles Northbridge, on the Manila;' and  to Conrad Wolfe, on the Lo. ^  The King Has Lumbago.   " >  LONDON.   October 4.���It was   ascertained this evening that king Edvard's��  complaint is lumbago, but the attack is  not at all serious. "* ' -  KOOTENAY TENT NO. ,7  K. O. T. M.  Grant,  Lardo; J.  TREMONT���E.t J.  W. George, Sand.n.  MADDEN���T. .Bailey, Seattle.  A dance under the auspices   of the above lodge  -���will-be given in-Fraternity-  _B.all on , '  TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 8th.  Don't forget the opening tonight.'  ,An elegant'lunch* will be served tonight .at the "Athabasca opening.  Everybody invited to the grand opening at the-Athabasca tonight.' uoud  music and-'a'good-time assured. Come  and bring your friends. ��� '  Mrs. E. McLaughlin  Will Display^  Today  an AtVracti^e  Stock & Hats,;  including all the  Newest Models.  Parlors in West Block,.  Corner Baker and Hall Sts.  Notice of  Millinery Opening  Will Appear Later.  TICKETS, {"KfSSBf0} $L50   LADIES  FREE.   FISHING TACKLE  .16 RODS LEFT  25 PER CENT REDUCTION  COME AND SEE THEM  HOM TEA  J. A.  The best in the market, In 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  k  50e a Pound  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W.-O. Block. '     Corner Ward and Baker Sta  ACOMPLETE LINE OF  Front Doors  inside Doors  Screen Doors  Windows  Inside Finish  looal and ooast.  Iftooring  local and ooasti.  Newel Posts  Stair Rail  Mouldings  Shingles  Rough and  Dressed Lumber  Of all kinds.  IF WHAT TOO WANT IS NOT IK STOCK  WX WILL MAKE IT rOB YOU  ______ AND BJBT PRICEM.,  +************************  |h. h. playford & CO. I  * MADDEN   BLOCK  9  m  9  9  NELBON. 9  __    I  I TOBACCO   AND   CIGAR J  9 y.  * MERCHANTS. S  9   *  9 9  $ P. 0. Box 637, Telephone 117. $  i $  *************************  SHEBIEF'S SALE.  iGBOG-SBS AND FBOVISION DEAJ-EOS. 3Efo_t__on Block, Baker street  Province of British Columbia,  Nelson, Wost  .Kootenay.  To -wit:  By virtue of a Warrant of Execution is*und  ont of County Court of Kootenay, holden at  Kaslo, at the suit of Bourne Brothers, of New  Denver, B. C, plaintiffs, and to me directed,  against the goods and chattels of O. ���"'. Marino,  Alexander Sproat and Florence L; Mclnnis, defendants, I have seized and taken��� in' execution  all the right, title and interest of the said defendant, O. J. Marino, in the mineral olaim known  as and called "Willard," situate on Alpha mount-In,-about one and one-halt miles north-east of  Silverton, and west of the G.O.P. mineral claim,  and recorded ln the office of tbe Mining: Recorder  forthe Slocan Mining Division of the West  Kootenay District, on the 29th day of April, 1897,  and in the mineral claim known as and called  "Key Fraction," situate on Silver mountain, near  New Denver, B.C., and bounded on the north by  "Kingston" and "Hastings," oh the south by nn-  know, on the east by "Hub and Hub," and on the.  west by nnknown, and recorded in the offloe of  the,said Mining Recorder on the 25th day of Sep-  tember, 1901; to recover the sum of one hundred  and io\\v dollars and fifteen cents ($101.13) and  also interest on one hundred and two dollars and  fifteen cents ($102.1") from the 17th day of March,  1901, until payment, at the rate of five per centum por annum, besides t-herifl. 8 poundage, officer's feoB, and all other legal incidental expenses;  all of whioh I shall expose for sale; or sufficient  thereof to satisfy said judgment, debt and costs  at my office, next to the Court Hoiue in the City  of Nelson. B.C.,on Thursday, the 10th day. of  October, 1901, at the hour of eleven o'clook in the -  forenoon. *<;' "  NOTE. ��� Intending purchasers will satisfy  iUemselvosaa to intorest,and.title of the said  defendant.  Dated at New Denver, B. C't_i_H 26U. _ta* of  Sqp__m_f__J9_l. a .P. TUCK.  8ht___rtf_tootli__a__g___.  &  TO SPORTSMEN:  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever received]  in Kootenay. Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles. Winchester Smokeless and'  Savage Carbines. Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequaledj  for simplicity, accuracy and effect.  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Blowers, Exhausters, Hand Shaft Pumps, Pipe and F.ttings Steam Packing, Leather andj  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  Good ...  Timepieces  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 your-  ' self financially.  -   s   BROWN BROS  1 x \  Opticians and Jewelers.  'B______t STBEET NELSON  TREASURY jiTOCK FOR SALE  20,000 shares ROYSTON GOLD MINES,  Ltd. This Is a good time to buy, as these  shares will advance in'the near future.  20,000 shares ofN IMPERIAL MINES,  Limited,* at 5 cents.'For a few days only.  <s 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.  GOING OUT OF BUSINESS  AUCTION   SALE  OP  DRY GOODS      GENTS' FURNISHINGS  BOOTS & SHOES      HATS & CAPS  Our next auction sale be held at 8 o'clock oh  v    SATURDAY,'OCTOBER 5th.  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  v    Ladies' Linen Collars,  regular price 20 12i.  Ladies' Cloth Jackets, regular price      15.00 10.00  "           "           "   '         "           " ���            7.50 4.50  All colors Corticelli crochet silk, spools at ..20  Come and get bargains before it is too late.  A.FERLAND  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES , .  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  .  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES      "  '  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  i - ��  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES'  . GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  . GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY.CANDIES  THEY ARE THE BEST  You can' get them at  MeDONALD'S  Baker Street. .   *  n  E.A.S  Til  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE OO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************  We are offering at lowest prices tbe best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Oar Best. Mooha and Java Coffee, per  pound 9 40  Mooha and Java Blend, 3 pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Coffeo, i pounda  1 00  Bpeolal Blend Coffeo, 6 pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00  Spocial Blend Ceylon Toa, per pound SO  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE GO.  Telephone 177.  P.O.Boxl82.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  Tailor made Clothing  READY TO WEAR.  Porto Rico Lumber Go.  (LIMITED)  ' ' CORNER OF   -     '  HSNDRYX AND VJSRNON BTRIDBTS  Is not made as ordinary ready made Clothing",  nor are inferior cloths and trimmings employed.  Clothing advertised as,. being sold cheap, when  the material and workmanship are likewise  cheap, is dear at any price.       - ;,  In order to ensure your getting Tailor made  Garments, with good^trimmings, a perfect fit,  value unsurpassed, see that this label is attached to the left hand coat pocket.  TDAOE  Royal  REG I STEREO  ^=  ���pT-____-_r_-_r_: ���.-���..��---.- ^f-  The  Rough and  Pressed  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  A-1 White Pine luinj. or Always in  StocK-  We carry a complete stock of  Ocast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention,  Porto Rico Lumber So. ltd,  Northwestern Development  Syndicate, limited.  Incorporated under tho laws of Britiah Columbia.  Capital $1,000,000 in 1,000,000 shares       Par value $1.00 each  All treasury stock No promoters and no preferred  PEOPERTIES _--- Camborne Group, nine claims,  Oyster Group, six claims. Located in the Free  Gold Fish Eiver Camp, Lardeau Mining Division.  B.C.   Large Veins.   Free milling gold ore.  FIRST .ALLOTMENT:���200,000 shares now offered  at 50 cents per share.  In view of the splendid showings of both high and low grade  ore, and the unrivaled facilities for the economical developing and  working of the properties, it is confidently expected that not only  will the present issue of stock be sold quickly, but,that no more  will be offered at less than par.  Address all inquiries or applications for stock to  ...OBOxsee S. I. BRYDGES,  nelson, b.c. Official Broker.  ,v-T.--,..kf�����n>.,*|��;x'-��(,-^,'flV,'


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