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The Nelson Tribune Oct 8, 1901

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 I!  iniii nii^iiiii[iBn_H��n^an^n^^^^  <�� it    ���_--'>r%"*\ 5s-w  ESTABLISH  THE FILLER MINI  0 ,���**r_  % >x_^.  i x'ZMZil  jS** .���al  ^   **>*" i-fvl  DAILY EDITION >  CHARLES W. M'KAY TALKS  OF THE DISTRICT.  TWELVE    THOUSAND     DOLLARS  HAS BEEN  EXPENDED  ,  TO   DATE.  K  Charles McKay has returned to Nelson after an absence of several months  spent in the St. Mary's district in the  development   of   the   Fuller "group   of  claims situate   on White   Fish'  creeck,  about eighteen miles west of the town-  site of Marysville.  All told , there has  been about ��12,000 spent up to date in  the opening up of cne group of claims,  and Mr   McKay says the claims have  shown  themselves  worth  tho  expenditure   Although  there  is  more  or  less  woik going on m the" aistuct its advancement is very much retarded row-  ing to the lack of necessary railway facilities. It is pretty generally- understood  that the disti ict will not amount,to much  until it has railway .facilities, and the  owners of propeity aie slow to put.in  ihe capital necessary until they see some  prospect  ot   railway  construction,   but  yi   the railways on the other hand ask that  I.    the tonnage be demonstrated as a pre-  |��   liminaiy to railway construction.  i    " 'In the case of his . _*n company, or*  '_ more properly speaking, the Faller Mining Partnership, Mr   McKay says that  |l    the idea"1 of th'e men  .vno are suplymg  ' the  money  is to  keep  things  moving  along so that they, will not have too  much tied'up,in a'section which* If it  does "not*-" secure -railway facilities, cannot como to the front for a number of  years. The monied men in the partnerf  ship are .Dr. Dougall and, Edwin Walker,  together 'with _a number, of other Chi-  {     cago people, and the local.incn interested  are  George  Gunn,  Juclsbri- Dalton,  and  Charles  McKay.  There are six claims  iu   the' Fal.er  group,   . *..   principal pf  ''which are tho Faller and Evangaline,  "tout'the ��� greater pait of'the-work has  "been done on-the Faller.-This���consists  . of a number" of open/cuts/ofi the sur-'  \ ! lace" for >"tl_e purpose of "prospecting the  Jead,"'which 'has .thereby -been exposed  - for. a'.considerable  distance.   The  nar-  * lowest' point _ that '.has. been  struck is  on the Evangaline, .where it has been  shown to be about'2% feet wide, but  in   other  places  the  ledge  appears "to  maintain a width of o.<*r 6 feet, it being over 10 feet in one place. At the,nar-  > Towost" point on the- Evangaline ground  a shaft has been sunk for 60 feet, and  in it the ledge is shown to have widened  out-to 5 feet, and in the bottom there aro  4 feet' of the ledge showing. About 150  Icet below this shaft a tunnel has been  ' driven in upon the ledge for a distance  cit 67 feet, and in it the vein is shown to  be very much stronger than m the shaft,  beingr a good eight feet wide at ono point  wher it was crosscut. At the other end,  of tho Fuller the long No. 1 tunnel has  'been driven for a total distance of 403  feet.   The .first  .75   feet  of  this  work  is through   a   heavy   wash   until   the  ^bunt^fyl'^rwasTFeachedrThis-country  -.rock is then skirted for something like  100 feet until the vein ��s crosscut, from  which point a drift of 130 feet has been  run upon it. ���- .  Concerning the value of the oia it is  difficult to say just what the run of the  ore would' go, as there has been nothing in the way of a smelting sample  ' taken from it, but what was considered  a fair average sampling of it gave assay returns of C% per cent coppei. Other  assays have given an indicated y/tfue ot  from 2 to 26 per cent ..upper, with gold  running all  the way  from a trace to  ���52.50, and silver from 1 to 12 ounces. In  the  upper workings the ledge appears  to be fairly well -mineralized from wall  to wa!3. but in the No. 1 tunnel, which  is about 500 feet below tho shaft level,  the richer ore appears to lay in streaks  and the ore on the footwall is uniformly  richer than -that scattered  throughout  the ledge, frequent specimens of native  copper  being encountered.  Mr.   McKay  says work will be conunued on the pro-  ���pei ty all winter, and he is confident if  the   other- owners   of.pioperty   would  pursue the same policy the desired railway facilities would soon be secured.  One of the most promising groups^:  claims on the creek, in the opinion of  Mr.   McKay,   is   that  owned  by  B.   H.  Thompson   and   P. Criddle   of   Nelson,  a_d    a    couple   of   prospectors   named  O'Farrell and Quanstrum, .but very little has been done upon it.  On Alkali  creek'at the head of St. Mary's lake  there'is a group of claims which it is  -tnerally conceded wil prove an import-  -pnl factor in the development of the dis-  '.","<.   This is owned by Robert Dewar,  Fred Hazen and William Meachen. The  -owners* of this group have been workup all summer and have struck some  ercorae before the property can be exacted to make a showing.  Lower down the St. Mary's there is a  groat deal of work going on, and it cannot fail in proving of assistance in the  development of the entire section. Not  the least important of this, woik is the  building of the smelter at Marysville  by ,the men who aro rpost heavily interested in tho Sullivan group of mines.  George Hull, the manager of the Sulli-  'van group of mines is now at Marysville and is giving his personal supervision to the smelter cuilding a3 well  as to the mine. Contractor Early has  made a start-on the brick foi the smelter. His machine was at work on Monday and he promises to have'1,000,000  brick made ,this'fall. Another factor in  the development in" th'e lower ^portion  of tho distuct is the surveying of a line  ci",railway froin Kimberley to the Sullivan mine. The survey is,completed andr  it is understood that the. mining com-'  pany will build the grade and the C. P.  R. lay the steel. Anotner survey party  is at present in the field surveying a line  from Marysville up the river as far as  the head of St Mary's lake. The prospect for the building of this piece of  road is said to be good. It will not be a  heavy piece of woik and will-ultimately  form part of the line required'for the development of the upper portion oi the  'district.       '< " *,  after being stripped, to New London,  Connecticut, there to be.laid up for the  winter with the Constitution, which will  also be stored in the.*" same place. Sir  Thomas Lipton is confined to his yacht,  the .Erin, which is lying off West  Twenty-sixth street in the North river.  His right leg, which.was hurt while he  was boarding the" tender a few weeks  ago," is beginning to feel the effects of  the tremendous strain it. was subjected  to , during the recent races and^hls 'doctor has ordered absolute rest for it under  the penalty of his "being laid up in bed'  and the .possible cancellation of all engagements. Elaborate'preparations are  being made at the-New Yorkr> Yacht  Club to fittingly receive Sir Thomas.at  the club tomorrow night. The affair is  .to be in the nature of aireceptiori to,be  followed probably by a few .toasts and  informal^speeches...^ VJ1"*-, \'Z _    ,    .;',  BRIEF   0___. ADX AN ; .TELEGRAMS  .   -  COAL; DISCOVERIES MAt)E  wj_.  TEN YEARS AGO.  W  ^ ..jiio  *.'"  _  . *<  'J'  BOUNDARY. RAILROAD-GENERAL  *j:{[  NE^SiFROMTRoVlNOIAL V\ '  . Z\ The Cricketers. .. _; [  PHILADELPHIA. October 7." ���The  Philadelphia cricket team terminated its  final mternational"* contest with Bosan-'  quet's English eleven here todayby winning by 229 runs. The uncertainty of.the  game was never more clearly demonstrated than after luncheon today,-when  the .entire English side was disposed of  in 15 minutes." Percy Clark won the  Iain els, .capturing 7 wickets for 22 runs,  Sco.cs: ^Philadelphia, first innings,' Z\,  second;" IS. Englishmen, fii st .innings,  160; s'econd, 103.    -       - --'^  - ������-������i*.^-^-  RETURN OF CHINESE COURT  , Looting Still Continues    *  PEKIN, October l.-fThe>, officials, have  not been informed i^d%p.:0^eM00W6'l  court has started' forJKif^^g|Pu��i|Pre|ii  vious advices, lead ui��tp?;the;_belief|ijtliafc*  the court did not startr^h^emp_iraryi'  palaces at Ki Feng Eu^aridyPaejTii^yEiiJ;:-  are being prepare'd.like p^rmaiieii^d^eiry  lings, although   they  wni;p)^^eupied|  only I for a tevr days.  r T_i^requisitipns.;  for  *Jbhe    traveling ,v.expens.e's;%Calready'  amount to 137,000 taa^iinppite^ofcithej  edict*, enjoining econ8my|ln;itbi_t;;'f!esp^pt|;  The scale of preparatWhs|miiy?bg^udg^  ed from a single ;item��KJTnirty_^^^  taels. will be expended;;"bnytable^^e:.  Several local o_Hcial^^^ngSJt^j5roiit&  have 'resigned because-'they^arey-uhable^  to meet the expense;pf:'entertMning;.theV  court.   The latter's ^jqurnei|ir.*is;]fpartlcji%'  larly 'unfortunate, becauseKt^ej-Tegiphs^  traversed  have  beeh^yimppverishedSby;  the summer famine.y*yT_ief^hinese��pffl.y  cials are considering^he-Jdesirabilit^ofy  protesting   to - the ^^eign*;rt_inisters;  against   the   conductV"6f ^thej.Viegatiph;  guards.   The soldiersi;.c<mti^eytpytreat:i  the    Chinese" like   .cpnqu^dSBeppier]-  Groups of soldiers roa'm*;.atiout/.the*;.city;^  wearing their'side arinsV'Jipftei_SiintpxiV'  cated,' maltreating the:nay.yes\andicpm^  mitting  petty   robberies^*;v^/.part^^pf*-  Americans,   recently.^lbpted ya.^Silvers,  smith's store, securin'g'severar^hiiridreS"  taels' .worth   of _property..iiTheCswholeV  (.arrison.was confined to barracks until  the guilty men were detected/; The goyk.  ernor of Pekin has !.protestedt'-because-  foreign store keepers cbn^n^^oVocimpyy  buildings which they, seized in 1900, re-  WOODBRIDGE,1 Ontario." October 7.���.  Clarke Wallace's condition was not quite  so favorable today.   Salts were administered in an effort to change the condition of his blood. '  , TORONTO/--October' 7.���Speculators  who bought up thei best -seats for the  military review at,the duke's visit are  endeavoring tp sell'them today at $5  each, but with scant success.  ���, TORONTO, October 7.^The master in  ordinary"today awarded' Mrs. Barclay  Stephens of Montreal 55850 in her suit  against the Government 'Mutual Li2S  Company^ to 'recover a* ?10",000 policy.!--  The company refused to pay," alleging  that Stephens', death,, which followed  /the failure of the Western Loan Company, of which'he was'managerrwas-not  'a natural one. The master made a personal investigation^ and awarded the  above sum as a compromise.  . Lr, ~v��� ,, Assault kby:aBruto ~<i/ ��� .  PUEBLO, Colo., October"7.���This'city  is in great excitement ov;er a series of,  murderous assaults'* upon vwomen^ and'  girls. From what can be learned they  seem to have been committed by the  same person, a.negro or a very dark  white.man with ;his-..face-blacked.-Last,  yni%t:-Mr__.3ptiii:Heh^  !Jbeing!_allea>with^^  ttl.e���a'ssaflant.il^^  *by^preten$i^��tlm^  ���He;' stple;^ revolver .-twheiif He;f departed _;  j;��aterfa^irKin  j;tcm;p^as^?tS^blp!chbk^  ^badlfprcsd^  ^bedj)%here^ythe.; girl V'hadV; beenVSsieepii-g^  ��ftie}iam%^  ':Ztr. pi^the^bthe^hpuse.fii?.Miss| ;HicKpir��  l^hHe'ri&ing^fierjble^^  ea^-blpw_^.th.��h;e^^  'Stails'TaS^^  taflpt&eK.paseJ*^  y^ungjhidy; ontth^i^rc^  swas^chMed|t.w^p^_ftl^  vwho. (camb'V^t ;tbu .-t&c^  ' Have lb sen j imable ^01 get J an  .fbrmatibnKRepprtsyc^  . another case '���whi&asvnbwibeing. invest.-*  .gated.-.-* *..,,. ������;... y' a -< *. �����-. xX-t ������;**-i-7>���tc;.;. ������:-;; xxMTZZk.  r ^S-  t\ POINTS.  } I lit -,.   .  ���4 V  1>V  1 ��4 *. *�� _  fp.H  ���M*. ���  1/ _?AIRyiB_V^,V'Optober 5.���[Speci'alf to  The Tribune.]-^The recents discovery \ot  a'r!einarkabref seam* of'surface coalV.on  land held under, license to prospect'by  th^ Similkameen Valley Coal Company  of Nelson has brought to light the "fact  'that'^its existencef,_was,  known of .ten  ^yearslago^jSJ^e'alnngrOf the subject"'to  ythe correspondent of The Tribune, Steve  Maggot, "a.'well-lfnown" prospector of .the'  Similkameeen, who makes Fairview ifiis  headquarters said:   "Ten years ago.this*  summer fW. T. Smith of Gieenwood and  myself prospectedlthe coaljneasures between .the ^Tulaiaeen and'. S4mijkameen  rivers.  .We werd <out for* Portland and  San-Francisco'pfeople who-had learned  oftthe existence bf. coal in the Similka-*  .ineen. " Tfiey"ha^plenty of capital and  "had it not been /for jthe policy of the'  government of that 'day, I 'firmly believe that the'coal measures1 would long  since have' been exploited.   We', discov-  .e^ed^up^a'trjbutary, of Bromley creek;  this identicafj'cbal seam or seams now-  Jiemg"'opened_up. , Af the time*we did  a,, little drifting, on the seam and being  .perfectly/- satisfied   that   it   was a big  showing,-staked sput% large acr;eage\of  land-1���including*,-! the.' present   site , of  Princeton.*' Samples^of the coal   were',  .between the north and south forks of  Rock creek, and about a mile,"northwest and in line with the famous old  'diggings at White's bar, many believe  the Dayton claim-to nave ' been'the  source of muc*h of the gold found on  Rock creek. ���   _'  Hughie Cameron, mine host of -the  Camp McKinney hotel,, has returned  home after an absence.of\*four1.jnonths  .spent in the east visiting many relatives,  principally around Cape Breton. En,  route .west he'_spent a 'feyir days.at the  Pan-American. '        -"",'  ��. The .discontinuance of4* the/m'ail* service, between here, and Fairview'.'has  raised-a storm (of disapproval*, against  the postoffice department. _ Since this action1 has been taken Hall's" stage between  here and Fairviewr connecting- with Penticton and Similkameen points ,haa;been  stopped running. People desirous of going "to Fairview or .Penticton have to  arrange for transportation from .Midway  or * Greenwood.     '   **   <   ��� - . ,"\. '- 1   ���  ������-���ijCl-i-i  :>XXX:} ^*.fc.-i^>!:* Jv.v*;^;}*_;.a'.i!'  ,y;A ;New;;,!lTea,ty.yyf. j yy.  gardless of their owners'_-wishes.;>;''T_i"e;  minister   will   evict   the',,storekeepers  from t these places.   (Corresponderice has.  been exchanged between'the.-Chineseof-y  flcials'and the mlnistersi'-regarding^thev  complaints made by tlie..Chinese -that'  they have been compelled ''against their:'  will to take part in the work of building  the new legations.   It is 'becoming evif  dent that some modusVv'lyendi must be"  established or the conditions'here .will!  become   intolerable.     Notwithstanding,  the ministers' policy of rffoderation 'in',  erecting defences! the legation" quarters  present the   appearance  of  a  fortified  city. .The British defences opposite the  imperial city are particularly formidable: the Italian defences, adjoining the  British, have embrasures for "cannon; a"  deep moat protects the German section  and across the city  wall   the  Germans  have erected a stone fortification for artillery,    Prince   Su, collector  of  taxes,  has adopted'the policy of taxing goods  brought into   Pekin * for  foreign* merchants.    Heretofore such   goods   havil(  not been taxed'and the merchants protested to the ministers who have, held  that the goods shall remain untaxed, on  the ground that they are intended for  the use of the legations.  ^LONDON,-^  .tpnycpr^spondeht'pfrt^  -gives. the;; alleged j substencetpf^  i iohaltcarialytreaty; abrbgtt^  ^tph-BulvwJtr_St^VVTC(^itt, ntti_g%"ediS'  torially ���; iipbi-" these i^dyices^tbp.. Daily.  :.Chrpnicle>says:. ��� V'Englishfn^^^will* j beV  ;;startled; :ta. learn" ffiat-we'lhaye y aban-.  -���fdpned^bur.'rightssunder"::theAJClaytonJ-.  vBiulwer vtreai^^andy surrehder^S/jeyerj-.  .disputed- point ������'without, any^compen'sa--  tion. ���',"'.. The new treaty. is apparently ,^'.17,  (other instance of ���lprd;lSalisbiu;y's''pl-.cid^  Jikdifferen'cjeTian'^rixtfdT-.^  .pulsive \generbsity: ���' It 'is said", that-ithe'*  i-J^-pl^^e^^  ;"i_aeigpVCT^e^fprSth6fPU  'ia^^^b6;:dwa|1^nt|refuse(^^  j^catipny_.nd|relOTn^^_^  i'rraE&rKllcould^nev.^  ^u^l^piii^btiatetSecessitatedy^  fdpningStlie^Sifiilkameen! S*:iJicamet|,tpy  s:F_iryie^ancb;'sl^tly^^  Vthe. :Mornin^_. tarV* claim, y f romji which. I _  i1. }.��!.;'_[ii<!_��9_. nnriV-'tri:'.. o!nl_l    ���-iTXr^LTrtF'iOml. _"  Developins Coal Measures'. ;    ,'  ....GRAND FORKS, October 6.���[Special  . tp The Tribune.]���Colonel N.\E. Linsley,  .'a^mming .engineer, of,Spokane^ is fnow  sup at(the North Fork superintending the  work, of prospecting jthe,coal measures'  under��option to the .Granby .Company.  'Hevh'as a force'of 11 merf'at \Vork'.   Local   people   have" staked'' '32    claims,  amounting to 20,480 acres." .-The Granby,  company have an option on^O^O^acres.'  A recent test of the coal made at the  assay office at the Smelter gave the following returns: '/Volatile'matter,* 22.9;'  .fixed carbon, 73.3; ash.-3.7_-?''^, v .-/ '  '  j., _ Ernest, Mansfield of jNelsoni is, reported'  to;haye had staked.66}locations.^Should  'the preliminary "work^now 'being, done"  fdisclos'e seam's 'sufficientlyi.tliicli: to''op-|  ���erate/there is every*possibility!of much,  ^capital going into that section. /.Situated  as the coal measures are about ,70 miles  north of town, a railway,, could easily  be built to bring thercoal to,-a market. ,>  *- *.      ^ .*~>   t       1.  "y \_ 1 Vancouver News No,tes.t\,_!, -, f  ].l yMpOUYER, October J��� [SppiaT to  Jl'he,, Tribune.]���Two ^thousand) -dollars*  'nX?^_C'9i^.we.lry./was', sW.er^ from..Mrs...  r.M^'f'*;'*f_;*.fc;f_ . .*i**-c*.-"* rA*��'.v^.wr,-;.f;-A<-.--*i-���*���'_��������'"������->.>J*  dSl^epS^son1;.o_G:Sat_iMay.4^Ke..Chi$  . v*^T*^ *_^T 1^  i'.TKa1! _TI t��l n'_r_'ni n *�� -"������ '��^.'��_!'_���� 'U-.��� -__Tl11 __"__. "!.���__*_'' "���__**-   _'������/_!' i_^'-  president of, the United States":'.wilierec_ ���',  bmniendyits adoption"vby thev senale.'!  jDettbtless Great Britain:willyagree)t;Q:'it\  mlthpugh" it leaves us* nothing at all- it,  will-; have the '.advantage','. of ^getting!-ri_:  of all- outstanding grievances with the.  United-States,Vy'-V5 ,*_'-!; ''���''*"J- '"'* ���'" :"���:'  ore.   As   regards transportation the owners of thit  very  -nice   yellow   copper  property are wuch more favorably bitu  ated, as theie is a prospect of thel. se-  ���_ur_Ag a railway in advance of the owners further up the creek. Another property in the same district of which a  K deal has been h*rd of late is the  ���Great Dane which 3. C. Drewry is ����ve 1-  ^oping. On this group tlie Sawyer brothers are at work on a contract to drive  a 200 foot tunnel in upon the vem It is  now in 75 feet, and is in ore nearly all  the way. The Great Dane however, is  Ii -more remote from transportation facih-  Ihties than any other property in the sec-  N^tion and this difficulty wiU have to be  Charged With Fourteen Murders  DAYTON, Ohio October 7.���Mrs. A. J.  Witwer, a widow residing in this city,  has been arrested by the police at the  instigation of tbe coroner, and is held  a prisoner at tho central station pending an investigation on very serious  charges. Mrs. Witwer, the police say,  is suspected of fourteen murders, the  list including four husbands, five children,'one sister, and four members of  different families in which she was employed as housekeeper.  The Shamrock Will Ecmain  NEW YORK, October 7.���From present indications it is "highly . probable  there will bo some interesting racing  among the yachts next season.1 Sir  Thomas Lipton has decided to keep the  Shapirock II. in America this winter  with _ view of racing her next summer  against the Constitution and the Columbia. The Shamrock is to be dismanT  tied at once. Her mast will be taken  off, so that she can pass under the  Brooklyn bridge and she is to T)q t��W.<.<?f  ,. '��� V! /VJWetng'yG'Ot' the: Decision ���,: Z'f ;y.Zx  .ft'BUFFALO^October 7.���A1*"Weniglgot  ',a"decision, oyer, DanjCreed'on ;in;.the 6th  round of what was; to' have"*beenray20  .round  bout at the  International-"Atli-  '"1 otic Club tonight.' '.Creedon .looked fat  and-much above his best-weight, while  Wenig appeared  to  be trained  to the  ounce. Creedon 'looked tired' in' 'the"Gtl.E  round: and Wenig" groggy. Wenig, went  -to   his   knees   several   times   to   avoid  punishment and while in that position  Creedon struck him a light blow. Referee. Mcgride declared Wenig the,winner and that the blow was' a' foul one."  Nineteen hundred people saw the fight  and a small amount was wagered at  even money.  Storms Bage in France. ;  PARIS, October 7.���Violent storms are  raging along .the French, coast, particularly Brittapy. Many wrecks, are re-,  ported in the channel. The harbor of  Dunkirk and many, other - harbors are  crowded with vessels that have sought  refuge. The storm extends even to the  Mediterranean. Much damage has been-  done by wind and rain at Belfort and  at other points inland. Telegraphic and  'telephonic communication , is interrupted. There has also been a sudden  fall in the temperature and the first  snow of the season is reported from Re ���  mirmont, Pontarlier and < the ^Vosges  mountains,   Death of the Ameer  LONDON, October 7.���The Ameer, is  dead. A dispatch to ��� thes..Associated.  Press from Simla' says the Ameer' was  taken seriously ill September 28th.  Habid Oulah Khan, October 2nd, asked  in a durbar that the*-Polish prayers-be  offered for the Ameer. In. the morning,  on October 3rd, Habid "Oulah Khan announced that his father had expired at  3 o'clockl that morning. That is the  only newsyso far received. : Nothing is  known, of the state of, affairs at. Cabul.  fdai^;d*^ti;ict .�� anat J. Jguess;,ywiii.:;ciean,.upj  f'^jfdrtuneV^tiip^  rfninip n?(^p^r��Cpmimiyyyy Sp!?f a-rviasythe;  j'cp'al^is^coM  ^needed;, so^tfa. *'m^^tsjcabftbe* reached/-  jThfe "OTal-Msii-flJelw^e^  fand"vTula__eensriverafi^fully^six^^m  ylcuig��byffiTOV!miles;Vii@^  |;c6al,y^hy/*ythCTej'Js;:ieifou^^u  .;cpuntry ���) wiien * ^openedj-^up ifto**' equal Z ih&:  f amdus��Cfpw!s;-Nest'jicgalifmeMures/i'a'nd-'  -;it*:w-iil'; requii-e. just;'a1_Vmuch -capital?-to';  "deyelop: ^Z^Z^M^^Z^^^Zir.}  ^���'V^i.fy.lffaxci.Syte  rVV^EENWOD,^  Vyto ��� The yTribuneJi-^^pmi^Vpyer f^  strain* fromi: Or and ^Forks^the? corr espon^l  Fdjent Vpf'Th e: Tribune j: met"; J-V Hf ^Kennedy',|  -���chief-, engineer, of ..iths^Great'.^'.Northerrii  crailwayi'y';nbw<ybuildih^Vi;ay' branch: frbrnf  (Marcus -'io^the^Boundaryj-'-V-Mr .'-Kennedy,]  ���in -speal-ing.-of^ theysuryey.iih' progress;  *^estwai;d:!from Midway.ysaidyS"We hayej  _locat'e(iltheilineras.farjasitheVrightybanki  it and. reported it free from ga3 and  damp. It'will be some time be'fore they  are able to open portions of the mine in  which the bodies are.-    **v  The first'salmon-ship of the season,"  the Largo Law, will sail for England today. '���..*���  V  . M.  4 ,;    . '-A'Hoapital' Panic  SALT LAKE. October .7.���While in a  '"fit bf delirium .August Sinnil, a powerfully built Finnish^minef'/.whp'.is su'f-  ���'fering^fiom* acute erysipelas^ 'created a  *, panic at thejHplyj Cross hospital yesterday  by canning  himself  with-.a Jarget  knife and rushing Nwildly about the corridors, ^threatening, to. murder -any, one  who sought'to reTstrain h'im in his effort  to break.out of the hospital. Despite the  fact th^t everyZ door,1, wasp fastened to  prevent *his, escape, Jn his frenzy. Sinnil  broke   open' "an ' inn'eV  door,  (jumped  through a window and disappeared before the police arrived./fhe'hospital was  the,scene of'wild^excitement for awhile,  sci earning ;wornen ,arid,J frightened. men  fleeing from^the frenzied   patient 'and  the" latter  making efforts  to  teaf his  .way out of "the'builhing.^The shock of  'the.excitement-and.fright-'was.severe on  niany of.the sisters and patients.of'the  hospital, many of, whom 'were.-on^tha  verge of collapse through', the^ day. Up  to aviate hour tonight no trace of-- Sinnil  had been found.   ./'KV ' **'''.   "  A Novel Wedding Trip-.v'**.'*-. f  "' ATLANTIC OIT]f7,N.',J.,".October 7.���  Captain ]W.   C.', Andrews,  the.-veteran*  mariner lefti here;today for'Europe'in'  his 14-footv boat; ^the-Dark s'ecret. Ac-i  companying him /on 'his daring" trip is*  his- youn'g bride,' whom  he ..wedded, a*  few weeks ago. The captain is "60'years  ^ old,and it is said-that this is,his seventh*  '.time, to-cross the/ocean .in a small boat^  He expects to, reachf>the"Englisli(Chan-'  ^nel in .about, 12. weeks. 'In the^boa't. were'r  'provisions 'for. four.months. '_\T__*>.�� >'  BJW52BIBDS  r,  '�� . H-'il  �� i r_.  DUKE OF YORK ENJOYED f  r  THE SPORT.,  -    JV-"        3 "ir*   0  A'. _->  J'.-  11  ,.frr -. ���  HE WILL BE -REJOINED, BYaTHS^^  '*. duchessItodaVatWp^^'^:  J- ' *��� ' LAR'_Pf.TW��p'^  \0&A*i x&Ly3��li  j   '.  POPDAR, POINT,  M^Itoba>6c,l_b^ir^;S>i  the shooting grounds ,a��^10 oHilock^aV?^^!  morning. He reports ,the safe^amvaf ottjT1 M83'  shortly afteriarrival'>'>^H'f^j.|  and all hands retired, early' Tliis .morn^V>Sii  ing the weather was very.favorable for-iwl.1  good spoit SHis royal highness aridity"1$��$ '  were up befoi.e the'sun ahdfshooting he-^W^i  came general as soon as there was'suffi-'lAT'"  cient   light.  Ducks   are*"!     '   ' "  .,.,,- ,     - _.-���.-  roportfed2 wy^ifS?'  Plentiful, and;from,.1hei.firing.hWid^fnfeMl  the distance a good'bag ���may-safelyjbe 'f'-fe^J  predicted . Northwest ^mounted;, pollcl %$&&  are actme as di_natr!T.iri/.i.i.c, h__.+,���Znr, .k_4 j   j^a.  The special trainman ying .the��duchess!< >vsSQl  of Cornwall iiom Banffrto"*PoplaivPoint. ^ iS^fr-"  filajr^toj^he^pne^^^Uy^  ^lant'Sclair4#ahd^.frbfr_''Vb'_^  '^u^ds|6i|giMrtz^syfekin  ���S .T heiSalmbn' shipy Lar go' Lawythis' inor rir?  _in^^mpie^01b'_di_^^^^binl4.^  jIan^;Smaklhgithe;;ioad in.Tecord?tiriie;:of,  ;eigiiti^ri_ihgvdays;VSKe ��� will' W;^tlie^flrs.;  'saiir.ohSship.;'toKsaliiran^-t;;'b^  RANSOM FOR MISS STONE  yyyy]pi-ux--yyyy 4  ��^^rei_T_ousiEftbrtSit<^l_;eleia_^^      - f  Wah^^  Ebtttffoi^fi_ndsiwitli__^iii^tb;fe  ->.1\_rittf-':,'C_4-A���� *^*����*^L.".' A*U _ "'���-r.'.-l ~_'__:,_''__-���-. i.i.L.I  .1    1 _  ofythe Okanogan riyef.-i'aboye Oro,.Wash-  ���ington;*rThe line;willfbe longeriithan *I  .at ifirst anticipated: as^we are keeping it  down to a .one' per cent grade.   For instance,; from Midway, "to-1 the vicinity of  ; Sidley lake.'yia-Rock'{Qreek| British Col- j  'limbia,'arid.Bolster, Washington.jit w*iU  .requite 44 miles withjlone'loop. fWest-  ���ward it is.plainsailing'tb the right bank  lof the; Okanogan rive^where a considerable drop occurs.;, Toy overcome this so  'as to-cross' the" fiver| to'theV mouth of  ,the Similkameen .river,/we go south 25  miles ibbpirigy.backatVa;. lower altitude  and   crossing  the   Okanogan   arid   following up this stream^north to Richter's  ranch and thence clear.'to Princeton. The  surveyors will be'kept.'in the.fleld|if necessary., all. ..winter., until  Princeton   is  reached."     *'     ..'-.-'������*'.!>~7 ��  Speaking of the constructionfwork in  progress between Marcus ,ati<_ Grand  Forks, he said that wbile.the contracts  called for the completion of the work  in November, ft-.would be impossible to  have the grading done by that * time.  However, rails should be laid sometime  in January, 1902.      . ��.   .     '  r7?;ooqVca>e$^?^  Vy 7Dr.Vj|H^;^ye_^!narys; * stirgepnj,.j;wi^;  Jih_P'^tt*ifr(^S^;ri&,Surid^^  ;'fatallyBi^ureft_;y��iVy^  ���!-;^Immi^tiimf!ii.speptbiivy^  iUnitedjStetefelpfficeyhere. has gust*ymade  a ;captur@i;pf jf^r'i__MrieseVbpium|smug-i  ^gSersV"^eratin^V_be.t^e  -Wh_1^o^:-^i^yywiIl'*be lieportedV; yZy \  b-'V;'V��|l.?^^  y r'R^SS^ND^Sctpibe^  Tlie ^ribune^jj^TwpVpi'; the;; non-union{  outfit';'; f r6m|: the'v/Le jRoi y gotintoiV a ?rbw';  on CplumbiaVayeni.^  ing ; aboiitj_j-LS^lpci^  !jset,;^raus&;if;;thelni6n��^?i^^ and  JpaiUiOT^sttf.tneVban aits'UtSwillf simply  '���Vput, ay;;premiumSbnIiucb'iertmes yin the  Affairs ab Cimp SflTcTTi. my.  CAMP McKINNEY, October 5.���[Special to The Tribune.]���The'terms of the  bonding of the Dayton  claim  by Mr.  Davidson' were learned today   by   the  correspondent of The Tribune,   Mr, Davidson agrees to expend 1, $1000 in the  preliminary development of the claim,  and if, after this expenditure the ore  still holds its own, he proposes forming  a company and paying,the owners ln  shares.    The Dayton claim is situated  fqur miles from camp on the new wagon-  road,    It was located April 8th,  1899,  and is owned by Willihm" Younken, C.  E. Hamilton, and Hughie Cameron of  this camp and H. J. McQuaid of Phoenix. On account of its exceptionally rich  surface ore���values  running' from  $72  and ?92 up into the thousands per ton  ���it soon attracted notice.. On the surface the ore'iri places "is largely decomposed and it is an easy rriattertto ob-.  tain rich colors by panning.   A Greenwood syndicate bonded the claim   for  ; ��54,000' arid after doing some work funds  apparently ran out arid the bond was  dropped.   The ore body has been opened  up for a distance of 500 feet by a series  of five open cuts.   There is also an; incline shaft sunk- foria distance of 50  feet  By reason-of its location, midway  guns ;.iri;:*th_.ir;ypockots;.when  arrested.;'  ;ThiS;*'morning?th"eye*:wer6.-fined;  and:theii-vgrins'were";corifi3cated. Abput^  two yvyesksyrigo;: another-'.rion .union :man ���*  who;".was{/arrested; as   a:,vagrant;was;  ���fourid;i'i;6jbe'''carrying-.a!:lbade   revolver.';  but 'iri^hisy.case taking- his gun, away'  was;deerped;.)sufficient punishment arid..  he wasyallbwed to return;"up the,hill." ;  These sentences' meted  but to lawless  men,; compared .with* the .penaltiesV inflicted .on", Beamish rind Colistro; go/to.  show that the police magistrate of. Ross-  lan'd is hardly- on theV'square.".'. The-MiSr'  sourians. at. Northport; are iicting* in -th _  same /manner!as their. Rossland -chums.  Two union men were attacked at 'different times'aftei- dark last" night, and  one Carried Baird was kicked'into insensibility and-, robbed  .vithin a few yards  of his home.���;;..,'.*.    *.-';  Ex-mayor. Mackintosh returned, this  afternoon.' JHe says operations will "be  started on the Giant in a few days, 'and  that his company will pay the wages  asked by the men.  Mr. Justice Walkem wired today that  he, and not Mr. Justice Irving, will hold  the supreme- court sittings here, and  the court has tbeen adjourned until  Thursday-morning at 10 o'clock.  Ore and Bullion Statistic*..  NORTHPORT, Washington, October 7.  ��� [.special to The Tribune.]���The receipts of oie at the Northport smelter  from Rossland for the week ending Saturday were:        '  Cars.   Tons.  September 29  20       586  September 30  20       522  October 1  10      244  October 2  '  6       174  October 3  ., 10    " 2G5  October 4   8       249  October 5  20       513  yfollo^this{b,$r .^.upnmD  ^theS'mbstS;^  ',;the!;;bar_ditsyaridy_rialce'|,the_^ m-  Jternatibn-'.fiaftair.,;^  "ii^y.pf j;,triis" mdri e j^;isj:^  -*ithirig;t<."/do.Ibut;t.ve've;-gbtyto/be human  yin��� ;suchza .rriatter';*.'��Z:yy$(Z7ZxZ'Z,'*  '  j^EONDpN^OctpbOT?;^ T^le-  .graph*;;pub-ishesrthe?;fon6wi Vi-  ; erina:JMr.yDickirispnjaridjthe^directbr of  . tbep Aiaerican!'missidri;iiha_y!a_ lori   audi-  ^.ene^.-^th.^priric^VFer_^  JTh^re-;ipnp^dp.ibtVbutVthatM  ;wa^/abiluctedyVurider;^brd^ the  ;^Macedbriiayc6niiriittee:y*i.S��*.S/KfS^  ;i;yVL0ND0Nv��0ctobw^  ;^^frbm",Sbfla/,;;says, at'dispateh.frSmVjVienna  to' the^Dail^Express; that ;United {States  ;��� consul; Dickinsonjririily an ;!erivby'���'; of the  ^lissipriaryfsociety^arrived^the  {urday^-.'ftitending:tp*fpllbwmp^Miss Stone  rririd tZo deposit apportion, of ��� the1'ransom  'Tlie'^brigands* 'haye:;;exteridedffthe* time  '{foVypayment PneVriipnthi. v ;yVV/  'f7 ZZxZ.; -Past'SteamshipyRuu. ZZ.  {{PLYMOUTH, ; October*7.-{The Noith  'GerrnariyLloyd stcarfier Kronz'Prinis Wilhelm '-��� arrived here at; 5 o'clock this  morning; from ��� New-Yprk.V October 1st,  "having made the ,'��� fastest -maiden voy-  ;age on record, five days and nine houis  1"a'rid,_f6rtycightv."miuutes from! Sandy  Hook lightship. Her best day's run was  540 miles. The best record to Plymouth  is held by the Deutchland of the Hamburg'American line', namely 5 days 7  hours and 30 minutes made in September, 1900V '  {{ Czol/josz in Close CoDfinement  'ALBANY,   New   York!   October   7.���'  state superintendent of prisons Collins'  has given orders that Czolgosz, the mm%  derer of president McKinley, must  be  the subject of no notoriety while in prison awaiting electrocution. He. must not-  be seen, and. visitors must not be permitted to enter any part of the "^prison  where "knowledge, might  bo .gained  of  his location. The warden has been instructed to inform the guards and other  employes of the prison that the divulging of any information concerning him  or -his   doings   shall' be' considered   a  great breach of discipline and will be  dealt' with accordingly.; .'....    ;  <mx  -*.���**__  where she is'to'rejoin the duko.'.kttth&^^&J  Rocky mountains  be_und:"at 'midnight* '*J*SC'  and when the day, came jwas'welhdown. ��t5.fT^I  on the plains - Calgary^ was:>dark" arid.^i^Ml  asleep   when . the< royal  speciafApulled^fWM^  through and Medicine Hat was'jiist stir- F\^W��!  -ring.when the special halted; at {its' de-^MIT  pot  On  through- the .day.'there'irAe^trJAi  crowds at all the/frontier ,tb;wns:anxious#f?*|M,  to again see and,cheerahe"pfincess/ who %$ffll&.  will some day be queen" of ^England 'The M,WE&\  special t will het putjttrough^to^Poplar^tfe^S  Point ^ith only suchrstops.as^arl'rieces-^W  saiy to supply���fuetf arid -water., iH7X >^^p-  - YORK LODGE* Lake'-Mariitoba^Octo^^-.^df  ber  7���via  Poplar,,Point,^Manitobaf-^i^l  Yesterday and today we're probablyrtha^'$_^:  most informal spent by his^royal high-Z^^m  ness the duke of Corn\vall,1'arid/York;and.^'SM  party 1 since -f they - .began < .their > tour ^ *-"��.*%?  thiough  Canada ./After  arrival at,the'^T'p'Wi  lodge last evening-the party partook- of-^i^fjl  a splendid *" dinner -"served- in " tianqiiet iw^pl  vstylevin a "marquee* erected tor\ttie nur-^ M^M  poso immediately adjoining the cottage^ J$&$M  occupiedl^by his royaFhighness '__ie ar-/?* "fAZgtl  rangements_-by "^seriktorjJCii choff ef .J.orsS$$?��$-1  entertainingthisysniests werp.pe*^. ct" In;, ^Asb^''  ^evdryJ-cletail-j _. f a/f^ory^ife^Iy^irbui^IsC^1 %M  morning the camp was astir_a_d canoes^***r^.  carrying   the "distinguished   sportsmen.* 'ZZZrAk%i  were under "way to the haunts of tha'-^^ V^l  wild duck There weie m all seven can- - '  *'.*Cl  oes and each chose a different' route  A  capable 1 guide, or veteran duck hunter*  taking  chaige   of   each   boat    A  well  known "hunter and trappei handled the-  paddle of the canoe carrying lhe dukef  and valet The morning was an ideal one  for duck shooting, the sky being slightly clouded  and a light breze blowing  and the party took every advantage ot  the morning flight .  ,  Foi five hours the sound of the guns*  could be heard from every part of the  maish, and shortly* aftei 10 o'clock tho  canoes anived  at the lodge   The first  to land was the duke and although thera  as as no cheering crowd to gi jet his ar-  nval this did not appeal to .depress his  spirits,    for    the    excellent   morning__  sport and splendid luck delighted him.  Lord   Minto,   sir  Charles  Cust,  prince  Alexander   of  Teck,   and   major   Maud  and scnatoi Kirchoffer ai lived in quick  succession and the duck  laden canoes  landed   As  a icsult of the  morning's  sport nearly 200 ducks   which number  included all vanetics known to Manitoba hunters, weie brought in and ift  addition to this numbei numeious birds  were shot, but could not be secured, be-  causo of  the impassable maishes   Hifct  loyal  highness pio.cd  himself an excellent shot, bagging 52 biids and of tho  adyentuious   ducks  coming  within  his  range,few indeed escaped. He expressed  great pleasure.and'was.enthusiastic over,  tho outing. {.     ,  Early this-afternoon the party started  out again to remain until after sundown.  The guests; are thoroughly delighted  witli the sport hero and will embark:  for civilisation tomorrow witli feelings  of regret. Lord Chricton and commander  Godfrey- Fawcett are the guests off  Messrs. Gait of Winnipeg;at their shooting lodge three miles "east. Tomorrow  morning the guestsywill again go after  the ducks and' immediately after luncheon on their return the. party will leave  for the train. It is the intention to afford them fan opportunity tp witness a  threshing scene near .Poplaf Point before their departure. ,.,,  v'*im  ���_4  * TV I  Ml  ���Ml  r\  Hil  -v'_  ISS  Total    94     2553  Nelson to San Francisco, .7 cars ore;  Nelson to Newark, New Jersey, 4 cars  bullion* ;...-.  V .{, Victoria Notes.  VICTORIA,. October ..���A. sealer, the  first of the Behring sea fleet to return  this season, was reported coming up the  Straits this evening.        ���   -������������-.���'  Work was. resumed in the tunnel at  the ^Extension mines this morning, a  committee. of-' miners having inspected  Fell Sixty-five Feet.  OLYMPIA, October 7.���While Henry  Anthony, in the employ of the Northern  Pacific Railway Company, was engaged  with others in repairing the bridge near  the pumping station he was knocked off  and went down 65 feet, striking on his'  shoulder in a brush heap. When found  he was only slightly stunned. Before,  his fellow workmen had come to his aid  he was on his feet, and with but little  assistance climbed.the hill and was  brought to the station on a handcar. The;  company's physician made an examination and found Anthony was unhurt.  Miss Kuehne Beveridge, who has been  commissioned tp make a bust of king;  Edward of England, is a* granddAUgh{t^i.v  of former governor Beveridge of Illinois.  {Her mother is the baroness von* WrgdeV  / ; A Eerituchy Fued.  ' KNOXVILLxJ,, Ten-x, October 7.���__  bloody fight occurred; at the Union Baptist church at Big Springs, Tenn., ten  miles from Tazewell, about noon yesterday. Services were being held and six  hundred people had gathered. Just before the services began "Tip" Chadwell,  went to the spring; fifty yards from the  church. "Rush" Morgan was at the  spring and began firing at Chadwell.  Both factions irrimediately gathered and  the fight lasted half an. hour. "Tip"  Chadwell, "Rush" Morgan, and two,  ��� others were killed arid two were mortally wounded, while three were slightly,  wounded. The feud 'between the Morgans and Ghactwells has existed a long  time. They met last Christmas at Walnut Hills, Va., and a pitched battle ensued, in whieh several were killed. Both  the. Chadwells and Morgans are prosperous and influential-and hove large.  ' .amUies: More trouble is feared. . N  /  11-\ ' THB NELSON TRIBUNE,  TUESDAY MORNING,  OCTOBER 8, 1901  -<i0p'0-09-0'0'0.t*'00'0'/a.*+.-'* >    vM'    0'*,0*ir**^'*  M  m  m  m  to  v.-"  ��� '��������'���*  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  \T' *  l.h-  1 j��  ft-'.  It "���  \x.-y  i_i>_x  i *���*-*-_  I 4 a " '  l<h z  Is*.*-  "  >_.  ,**i^. j .  li-'iSA '  It' -  to  to  to  NEW FALL GOODS ARRIVED  ��� The Very Latest Creations in��� ��  Ladies'   Costumes,   Jackets,   Skirts,   Waterproofs,  Japanese Dressing Gowns.  Parisian Blouse Flanels and Wool Delaines, American  Silk and Satin Waists.  Dress Fabrics (1 suit lengths) in the  newest shades.  PRICES   RIGHT  THE HUBSON'S BAY COIPM  BAKEE STBEET, NELSON, B. C.  WALL  PAPER  KSf. *" ��� .*���"*��� f". it* ��� 0*. 0 ���/*.*".(*>. ^.*. j  ito  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  JR  This is usually the dull  season for Wall Paper.  But 'to keep It moving  we have made up bundles  of all lots that have run down in quantity.  "VVo place those on salo at prlcos that will certainly niovo thorn; original cost has been quite  lost 6ight of in making Uio price. In many of  theqo remnants the quantity ia snflldent for  oven a large room. The high standard of our  papers is now well known and nit often does  an opportunity of. or to buy' Huch papers at  from 5 to 12. cents por roll. It not ready to  paper just now anticipate your fall -wants. '  S'^'-S'-^'-'lS'^'^'^'ift'li^^'.S^'iS'S    /__!    00'f_W\*'00 '0* 00*  00-00>00*00*00.00-007^-00.,0.001**%-00*00.^0 >J\ -S^^-S^tg*:^  THOMSON'STATMEBY CO. Ltd  NELSON, B. O.  ��*��*$"  WHOLESALE. DIRECTORY  -s   *t ASS^5^1^H??H^>I___..  . tW. F. TEETZB^_'l^~CO^cJoRIJ__S~o5,,  Baker and Josepnine, street., Nelson,  ���wholesale dealers in a3sayer's supplies.  Agents  for  Denver  Fire  Clay "Company,  , Denver, Colorado.  t  '[  '7    'COMMISSION.'&IERCHANTS. ^ ^ ]  EVANS & CO ���BAKER STKEET.i  wholesale    dealers    ln    liquors,,  cigars,   cement,^ flre  brick  and   flre   clay,.  m-i*. * J'JJ. Nelson,  _K._.s't t' cigars, oem.ii. ure unci- ana nro ci__v  f^-.X'- t-water pipe 'and steel rails, and..general,  ftiw-. \��J , < ominls.ton merchants..        ���     -,'       "   _ ;  JS.A', '  . : -J  l__\ ��V  ELECTRICAL  SUPPLIES:  ELECTRIC. SUPPLY     &  -Wl   "   ...^   :ors,     ,  .V-ies,* electric fixtures and appliances. Hous-  r <%.   ton Block, <Nelson. .       _.   f'   _  - ���.--.   KOOTENAY  !.#<���/��� r^ Construction   Company���Wholesale  dealers  iS>Ts','* in, telephones,-annunciators, ; bells, batter  fife*-* '"  SsgM - ~              ^V^-P-   BURNS   As   CO.-BAKER   S0._-.__.__*,  BU*.?*?    Nelson,   wholesale "dealers ���_n   fresh-and)  W'tSr^.' ^cared meats. ..Co. d storage.   '    ,**���'���  *_%!��. *"     ' ������������������������  FRESH*AND SALT MEATS.1*'  .*���-&.  "GROCERIES."  ->-  l  -.���<._:  KOOTENAY, SUPPLY'COMPAN _T. LBI-'  jKwa-p- - .'��ted.���Vernon' street,-' Nelson, - wholesale J  Mmfy ^grocers.... - ���   I'    >    %       t�� W ���   .        <  #lCv^._^JOHN  ���iw*"*,r_,_..��-  CHOLDITCH " &     CO.���FRONT)  _street,'Nelson, wholesale-grocers. ���, - >  ,,,..      ,.������ 'MACDONALD   &   CO'��� i_��Jj_.1NER   OF,  S'^'aT _Front.and Hall streets, Nelson, wholesale.*  gSf-gtV   ,-j grocers  and. jobbers ' inr blankets,   gloves,*  ,7i"      ' "    -------        - - - - -    ���  KC-'m 5 _������  ��?&1- (���_ grocers and. johbers * in' DianKets, gloves,'  '"Jl* -�� Smltts," boots, .rubbers, macklnaws and min-j  ���&s. v-'^era' sundries. .-...,..'        ' -,    - .���  ���^ J.x Y.' GRIFFIN & CO.-FRONT STREET,  ?ai - -'j'Nelson, wholesale dealers ,in >i>rovisions,  ���%__   ; cured meats,>butter-jand,eggs,   y   '.  _ 4  NELSON   AERIE,   NO.   22   F.   O.   E.-  Meets  second and fourth "Wednesdays of  - each   month   at  Fraternity   Hall.   George  Bartlett,  president;  J.  V.  Morrison,   sec-.  retary. ���" ._ �� * *  ' ' KOOTENAY TENT NO. 7, K. O. T. M ���  Regular meetings flrst 1 and third Thursdays of each month. Visiting Sir Knights  are   cordially   invited   to   attend." Dr.   W.'  'Rose, R. K.: A. W. Purdy, Com.; O. A.  Brown, P. C.   .'    CLASSIFIED "ADS.     ���   ARTICLES FOR S_^E.   '  SEWING MACHINES OF-ALL KINDS  for sale or re.it at the Old Curiosity Shop.,   /   FOR  RENT.-^     ���  '  v SIX ROOM COTTAGE'AT BALFOUR  to let by the month,or for, the season.-Immediate possession., Good fishing'. Apply,  C. W. Busk, Kokanee <creek..*Phone ,66a.>-  Or to R. H. Williams/Baker strcet,��Nelson/  .FOR RKVT-PALACE SALOO_T��� SANDON.  Forpaiticula^applyJ_Irs."'A!.Kagan,'Bundon,B.C.  10 LKT ���THRKE ROOM:. "ON CEDAR,'  stieet, large living room, bedroom and ki cben  with binn; also use sit bath.? Apply to J. Cox-  ho.vd, Ctdar streot.*" <��� "> ' ��� ���*'>."/1" "  "  for:s__le;  men will take it as a voluntary raise  made* by the company. Th fe' men are  prohably not aching to split, hairs over  fine points with the Le Roi-management, and -would be 'Willing to, go to  work at any-time if guaranteed" that  they would be paid the-wages^.paid in  other camps in the country.JVtr. Bratnober also said that the company had no  more objection to the men belonging to'  a "union than to a church or-a secret  society." Mr. Bratnober's statements',  taken in connection with the, statement  made by ex-governor Mackintosh, who  'arrived in Rossland yesterday after having met Mr. Bratnober in Spokane, that  he would start *work on th'e^Giant; mine  a,t once,!and that he would pay the men  the standard .wages prevailing in other  camps, would indicatethat a settlement  is likely to be', made at Rossland at no  ,-iistant - day. ^Of course, x itVis no _ easy  matter for Bernard McDonald-, to climb  down; but then Bernard should be wil-  iimg to eat a little crow, seeing'that he  will still be lookediip to as. a tin godiby  E. ^underbuss , Kirby and . the ^other  members of the Mine Owners' Associa-  ��r�� *^i ���5_T: -st- *��r- ��^ ��_^ �����?  71.  FRIDAY AND SATURDAY  (.V  9V  9V  We will hold, op regular Fall, Millinery Opening on Thursday, Friday and ��\  ifi Saturday of this \yeek,,, when we. will; show the finest collection of French and m  a\ American model hat��;,���toques,, turbans, and bonnets ever put on display in this iii  m city^, having, been selected, by our Miss Darveau while attending the openings >ii  Ay in'New York, Montreal,' Toronto and Chicago. 1 >!i  /Ii Some of our models .are. from Madame Louise Sullivan Drew, of New York, ;!i  2i and Paul Virot and ,'^bugianrie," bfi P_ris.   " - �� *  Wen specially: invite all the ladies of Nelson and other towns to call and ;!_  2JV-ihspect tBfs, magnificient  collection'.  'fit (J    ._'���><���'" r,'-y    -sty,  9.  v''  3,  36 Baker Street, Nelson.  r r . X r t  \ ' I -v I  3-_/'j__-''.<-__. '0^'�����.;<__-'��� <g'ig*��� 4*_ ���<_��*'00"&��� 00*00..*00. *00*00'   ��\\ ' *^!*.**^_>_��>��>k. _*_^. >^..^��..>�������.. *s����^^���!!!^-'^^���jy*-^���_!___��^��>-��� ^fc ?*^&'  m\  9\\  m  m  tion/  '   FOR IMMKI.IA.T_* SALK-GROCKRY BUs)  infi.s, good location; low, rent; owner going out  'of bubinea-i.   For full particulars address O.K.,'  Graud Forks, B. C. < > -���  HELP JWANTED.^  , ���{ t  J .'TJV x ��*��  li... .*.' '<?.  ; .  .7 ^i-IQUORS* AND DRY GOODS.  _f��  I**-. ���".'  TURNER,"   BEETON. &iCO,���CORNER  ! Vernon -and   Josephine    streets,    Nelson,  'wholesale dealers in liquors, cigars and dry  'goods. Agents for Pabst Brewing Company  yi .-_ . v    pf'Milwaukee and Calgary Brewing Com-  ^���i-^?-     '..pany/of. Calgary.    -1 -' '  " TVAVTBD-r:oOK.;��G0,DI8__WA8HBK, &���>.  Raiiioad mun for Lai do GUIs for hou.ow oiJc.  .Nelson J��mploFnient -Agency.   Phone 278    .  1  LOST.,  i^ii  r>  lav.  \*M r  ' t:  . - ^1  ��*.  \t-:  ���"BUSINESS DIRECTORY.  ARCHITECTS.  "'.  *  A.  C.j EWART.���ARCHITECT,' ROOM 3,  Aberdeen Block, Baker. Street, Nelson.  CHOP house:  - , .-PIONEER     'CHOP      HOUSE.      JOHN  1      Spear, ^proprietor, opposite Queen's Hotel,  - -Baker street. Nelson. Open day and night.  - Lunches a specialty. Picnic and traveling  parties-supplied on shortest notice.       ���' ���  y.   i.r.:.* .pRAYAGB-        " ~  l FURNITURE,   PIANOS,   SAFES, ������ ETC.,  moved' carefully at reasonable rates.' Ap-  ply J 1T. Wilson, Phone 270, Prosser's sec-  r-f^-ond-Hand-fi^ore���'Ward streetr������ ������-=*   FURNITURE.  ' D. J. ROBERTSON & CO., FURNITURE  dealers, undertakers and embalmers. Day  'phone No. 292, night 'phone No. 207. Next  new postoffice building, Vernon street,  Nelson.  WANTED���MINING PROPERTIES.  "i FR__i_~MILLl_^^  *VVe aie anxious to secure a few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange, Nelson, B. C, Room 4,  K  W. C. Block.     '���  GOJ_ D, 1 COPPER, SILVER, LEAD  mines and prospects wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelson, B. C, Room 4, K. W. C. Block.  NOTICES OF MEETINGS.  LOST-WHITE "BULL" TlfiRRIBR  ,DOG  answering to ><ame ot' Fitz."  An7 person har-'  boring or detaining suae after this notice will'  bepioiecuted.   1). Alackay.  ���) __, * _'_ ^_-^   LOdT-O.V WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2nd,  'a bunch of keyp, ono of which is stamped __. K.  -07 Findor plo.se leave at C.P. R. '.telegraph*  Ofllco.' ." - ;  '.EMPLOYMENT AGENCIES.  .. HELP FURNISHED���WRITE,-- TELE-  phone, telegraph or mquiie Western Canadian Employment OlHce, Nelson. Phone'  270. .Storage���I have a large warehouse for  'storing household or other goods. H. A.'  'Prosser. , .  . .  . __i  .WANTED   HELP   OF   ALL,   KINDS���,  Orders for help receive prompt and careful -i attention     R.    Purdy,    Employment,  Agent,' Stanloy  street,   Nelson.  Telephone  -44. P. O. Box 582.  to ��riiro*te  SUBSCRIPTION ^TES,  -Daily^by-mdll���one- montl.  Here is a sample of the ."rot" that appears in Mackenzie & Mann's organ, the*  Vancouver World:" As long'asVHouston,  ���~* *��� -J '*J_v  with'his compulsory arbitration/is on  top bf the'ground as a possible political'  factor, so long wiir men"1 hesitate about'  investing money in the development of  ���mines;-and'so long .will.the^ other inter-  *-        ,���-���. M' ill ~      ^  ,      * - <  ests in the interior which ** are  wholly,  contingent   on �� mining -languish.   One  .thing can be depended on^ Liberalism'is  not going to be dragged into an'alliance  -with the unhung 'murderers "of the West-  'ern Federation' of 'Miners'.* ��� If the above  means   anything, it means   that   John  Houston should be "got rid of, should *be|  placed under ground; for as long as he  is on top of-the ground, he and the members* of-the miners' union (men who are  characterized    as    unhung   murderers),  . will retard not only the mining industry,1,  but every ���> other Interest in the interior.1  'Tis" a pity British Columbia's popular  ' tion   was ��� not - made   up   entirely   of<  Chinese and Japanese and Mackenzie11 &j  'Mann's lickspittles. ,Mackenzie & Mann'  would then have no "great trouble in get-l  ting railway-subsidies and cheap labor;!  but they might have some  trouble1" ini  selling beef."*      J      ��� v" ,  '  'rTr  r O'"  51 -' ^ A  (.   - Jlv'P    LS'r>'l'*T,.J_.  /  ���*,".    >��      x-  (SNARES FORi THE SIMPLE  it <���-,- �����  TRADES AND LABOR UNIONS.  ._li_.JL._._) LIvlON, NO. 'Jo, \V. F. of m!^  Meets in Miners' Union Hall, northwest  coiner of Bakei and Stanley streets, every  baturday evening at 8 o clock. Visiting  members welcome. M. R. Mowat, president; James Wilks, secretary. Union scale  of wages tor Nelson district per shift: Machine men $3 50, hammersmen %i.'l&, muckers cat men, shoveiers, and other underground laborers, $3.'  BARBERS' UNION, NO. 13ti, OF THE  International Journeymen Barbers' Union  of America, meets first and third Mondays  of each month in Miners' Union Hall at  8:30 sharp. Visiting members invited. R.  McMahon, president; J. H. Matheson, secretary-treasurer: J. C. Gardner, recording  1 n/ioretary  PLASTERERS' UNIONLMEETS EVERY  ck, at 8  William  .-. .,-   t-    ���-,--.     ...���_.....j-60:  Daily by mail, three months : 125  Dally by mall, six months  2 50  Daily by mail,  one year  6 00  Semi-weekly by mail, three months...     50  Semi-weekly by mail, six months 100  Semi-weekly by  mall,  one  year 2 00  Postage to Great Britain added.  ADVERTISING  RATES.  Display Advertisements run regularly  ���  per inch per month $4 00  Ir run less than a month, pfcr inch per  insertion     25  ClassiHed Adi and Legal Notices, per  wordtfor lirst Insertion       1  ���for each additional insertion, per  word       1-2  Wholosale and Business Directory Ads  (classified), per line per month     60  Notices of meetings of Fraternal Societies and Trades Unions, per line  per. month      25  Address all letters���  TIIE  TRIBUNE   ASSOCIATION.   Ltd.  John Houston, Manager. Nelson, B. C.  'I~M~H~I-M-H-H-*  *-H-K-M-.-M-M��M��  ���i- *  NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS  BY   CARRIER.  Monday evening In the Elliot Block, at 8  AIoyer,_ president;  o clock.  J.   D  Vice, secretary.  P. O. Box 161.  On Saturday next, subscribers  whose Tribunes are delivered by  carrier will be expected to pay  the carrier TWENTY CENTS, the  subscription price for the current  week.  ** The local Liberal Association at-Ymir,j  made up as it is of A. Bernard Buck-)  worth? J. P., J. W. Ross, J   P., and AM  fred Parr, secretary of the Ymir Miners'.  Union, will have to reconsider and re-  -vise^the-resolutions-the-association^-re-^  cently passed endorsing the candidature j  of one doctor Sinclair of Rossland for  senator.  According to all reports, thei  doctor belongs to the wing of the Liberal party that  believes  the members  of  the Western  Federation  of Miners  aie unhung murderers.  -.'f.  tT the -fefancf.���'.JosepH^Rodg^; Sheffield^���signifies *  on a'kriife^blac.?/ the .slate * frame' brand;.oJE.-^-/MTiec  SfaterjShoe}'���signifies on a shoe sole; ! -  -~"- J#o  But; don't confuse* mere personal names, with, registered '  ^���brands!"        :.-,', ��   .     ' :      ������.'   ��s*"'.  ��      /The advantage'of a brand, depends entirely ,upon its record^  .for merit, established by the years certain goods have beenpubKdy;^  4. tested' jffldffty. thjit brand. '��� ���   . -     -      ;      ', !  ;    ' ���', '  *; '^"ii.T.H1. -socl1 z-tyitod has become a passport to people'sV  uiidefisc.meVname which sounds Iikethatof the brand. ''  Jil . ''t'*I^$s$a*r hee^ess Consumers'are'snared, and soldr'and;  laughed'at.--��� -   ,    ', ' l  .-    "'  No purchaser should accej)t-a blind, excuse from a Retailer^  II^^'^W^ of the, ladyertiiie'd ��rade;mar__,.and the preseii^ of' -  ^something ^vhich resembles.it'superficially; but :is not it legally. '.  ---"��� ������- There are thousands^otsinco named "-T?rirlc_-_����K-" u,.*- *u~~_* s��r��  5001EIWA���  Til}.  _<���  CARPENTERS' UNION _tl_ErS Wli)).  ne_day evening of each week at 7 o'clock,  In Miners' Union Hall C. J. Clayton,  president; Alex.  B.  Murray,  secretary.  "PAINTERS' UNION MEET THE FIRST  and third Fridays ln each mouth at Miners' Union Hall at 7:30 sharp Walter R.  Kee, president; Henry Bennett, secretary.  LAUNDRY WORKERS' UNION.���  Meets at Miners' Union Hall on fourth  Monday in every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  rn. B. Pape, president; A. W. McFee, secretary.  FRATERNAL SOCIETIES.  NELSON LODGE, NO. 23, A. F. &  A. M. meets second Wednesday in  eaoh month. Sojourning brethren  Invited  A  NELSON ROYAL ARCH CHAPTER  No. 123, Q. _R. C���Meets third Wednesday.  Sojourning oompanioiu. Invited. Georga  JphntUme, __._ _S. W, J_I&.tl_e___ & M.  ���W+rttW-HW  ^��H"!~H-I��M"I"H"I''  When on his way back to San Francisco, Henry Bratnober v. as interviewed  in Spokane by the Spokesman-Review  Among other statements made by Mr.  Bratnober, he stated the Le Roi company had no objections to the men belonging to the union. "We only ask  "that they shall not agitate on the com-  "pany's ground. If we can get a good  "class of miners and muckers in the Le  "Roi, it is possible after a time the com-  "pany would pay ?3 a day for muckers.  "But that raise in wages, if it should be  "made, would come ^rom the company  "on its own accord, and would not come  "in acquiescence to the demands of the  "union." If the words quoted mean anything, they mean that the Le Roi company is willing to take back its old  men and pay them the standard scale  of -wages ia. the country, jut>rlded tbe  Every office in the United States, except president and vice-president, may  be filled by men born in Canada. This  leads the Brockville (Ontario) Recorder  to say that there are altitudes in Canada  that Canadians cannot reach, such as  Rideau Hail, and the head place in a  university or two. It may be added  that there seems to be some pulpits in  Canada to which no Canadians need as-  ..ire.    ,     _j -  When men aie characterized as unhung murderers simply because they  belong to a Labor Union, what would be  the proper characterization for men who  belong to a Meat Trust?   *  News Items from Japan.  VICTORIA, October 7.���When the  steamer Duke of Fife sailed from Yokohama on September 21st the city was  in mourning for the president of the  United States, William McKinley. On  the morning of SeptemDer 22nd, the day  following the steamer's departure, a  memorial service was to be held in the  American cathedral at Tokio under the  auspices of colonel Buck, United States  minister to Japan. At this service the  emperor of Japan was to be represented  by a prince of the blood, and the minister of state and foreign representatives  at the capital were also to be present.  The American consulate at Tokio received a stream of sympathetic visitors for  Some days after the receipt of the sad  news, including the premier and cabinet of Japan and a large number of  notable Japanese, and foreigners.  The steamer brings a strange story of  the public suicide of a Chinese woman  at Foo Chow.   She resolved on the deed  -s buy. it at your own risk.  ��... 't *^The, Slater. Shoe Co.\dot not rstand, behind any  ���'":bufv;4their ..own, make���the- shoe/.with xa five' iyear  ^record,of fixed^yalue and uniforth quality.^ !  '  jji> : - ;When;fyou get the slate frame brand of "iThe���.  '^Stater. Shoe," stamped on the soles with the Makers *  ^prtc^youget the responsible, Goodyear Welted article!.  I"'"���*���'-: 'OTie Slater,Shoe^  Jhef.  you^  _-. 1  l-'r-  J   .-  Jr*   ��� ��J   __/ ��  ���:    I  .  On the construction of the Arrowhead &i  Kootenay^ railway ln the Lardo district.  , HIGHEST WAGES PAID.  .'In order to secure men without "delay  ordinary labor will be "paid *2 25 per day;  'and'axemen ?2.50'per"day.1'  "   .  " '  GOOD .STATION'WORK  - CAN, BE SECURED.  jl  For   further -particulars   apply" to  Nelson Employment Agencies or to  the  SON & PORTER  CONTRACTORS.  WANTED.  500 Day and- Station Men  Eight, months'   work.   .All   rock.  j.      itvtKpTt*     ^f-  ROYAL SHOE STpRE  , Aber,dee,nirBIppk;;)NelsQi?, B. C.  (Successor to Lillie Brothers.)  Wages $2.25 per day.  J. G. McLEAN,  ,     Elko, B. O.  WEST TRANSFER CO.  N. T. MACLEOD, Manager.  All Kinds  of Teaming  Work.  and Transfer  ���Agents for Hard aud Soft Coal. Imperial Oil  Company. *Wahnins.on Wrick, l_i_i_o ec Manufacturing Company. General ooinmeioial agonts  and biokeis. <-  All coal and wood tttiiatly ca_h on delivery.  TKLMPHONK147.  Office 184 BaKer St.  R.B. REILEY  SUCt-'JSSSOR TO H. D. ASHCROFT.  S_i_*S_?^nt'voC.ty^o��- .and .floods .the ,ism, maintaining that the only .differ-  BUicide was twice postponed, but all, efforts failed "to divert',the woman from  her purpose'and bedecked'.n her'finest'  clothes she publicly hanged herself on a  , platform before > which ' stood several  hundred spectators. '  The agricultural districts in northern  -Japan suffered severely from floods lastJ  month and many people1^ are  in  a'dis-.'  pressed   condition. ' Land' -was flooded,'  (houses destroyed^ bridges carried away  and railways destroyed.    In'some,districts not a" house escaped inundation  _and most of the residents,   having  to  abandon their belongings,'are now destitute,   A heavy rain fell for a week.  ".     ���     .  "After the Anarchists.  .LONDpN, ^October 7.--The speech of  'H. Kelly of New York at the Anarchist  meeting held yesterday In a hall in" the  To,ttenhata road court, London, in which  he denounced   the   late president   Mc-.  Will 'Prohilib American Mirers.  SEATTLE, October 7.���D. E. VanafE.  a representative of the Russian govern*-  ment, who lias returned from a trip of !  .      ..      ,  _, .   - - :  ��� ^ 1      ������ .- ,-w-�����w ~.v .inspection   from   Nome   and   Siberia. '���  \m tai endeavored to pwYent her and j niog am$uts Ai.HfcT.inm wttb Fenian- I states Out American miners will te^  _x     __   _   _.���_.   _, _.     _.    _. JKinley's political career, has'led to a  after the death of her husband and in-   Tevlval of the expatriation of* Anarch-  formea the public of her intention.  The   iete.   Tho Pall Mali>Ga__tta-.tliis eve- J inspection   from   Nome   and   Slberla,  ence between" the sentiments of Anarchists and the war of outrage' advocated  by such men'as cformer congressman  Finerty is merely one of divers means  to the same end and urges that police  of the two Anglo-Saxon nations be empowered to take concerted ' action to  hunt down the social enemy whether  Anarchists or Fenians and that both  governments refuse them the right of  asylum. By coincidence the Times this  morning prints a long article from  Washington protesting against the license allowed the Irish in America in  plotting against Great Britain. Commenting on this, the St. James Gazette  thinks British hands are not altogether  clean and that no law would,be strained  if Kelly and other foreigners whose cult  is murder received immediate notice to  quit.  strictly prohibited from either mining;  on tlieir o-*.n account or working for,  wages in. S iberia He also states that  next spring the treasury department ot.  the Russian government will patrol the  Sibeiian sea with revenue steamers,!  whose duty -w ill be to see that no trading  is done with the natives except by persons acting ui ider permits from the Rus-'  sian goveram ent.         -        '  A Ghastly Tale  TACOMA, Ot tober 7.���The steamship;  Glenogle brings news of human flesh being freely sold In the famine district of'  Shansi, China. 3abies and young children are being butchered. The empress,  dowager has commanded that the practice be stopped, but is able to enforce her:  orders only aroun d Hsian Fu. The  money collected by the Christian Herald  of New York, has bei?n distributed, saving manjv* from starvation.  When a man tells a. wealthy widow  that she \s all the worid to him, he evidently be lieves that the 'World owes him*  a living. ^ . ^  _     _i  BLACKSMITH AND WOOD WORKER  EXPERT HORSESHOEING. -  Special attention given to all kinds of  repairing: and custom work from outside  points. Heavy bolts made to ord.r on  short notice. -n\  W. P. TIERNEYl  Telephone 2G5.  AGENT FOR GALT COAL  Offlee:   Two Doors West C P. R Ctf,ct  HEMPS IPSSBBIESl  APIARY AND GREENHOUSES  Greenhouse and Bedding'out Plants.  Lowest   Prices.  BBE SUPPLIES, SEEDS, FBKTILIZHRSl  Agricultural   implements,   fruit   baskets!  and   crates,   fruit   and   ornamental   trees, J  bulbs for fall planting.  Catalogues Free.  SOOB Westminster Road.  Vancouver!  OLD PAP.F-  TSliUNE SINS. BY MPARTME  i-Uitub'a for .".np-*  pioff,'_. osiits a hua-4  dred.  Apply at Vtte^S*t��*.:��w  :/mE..OTESM  |.;ElJf^E:;10ITBEM  w  CAPITAL. aU paid up_...$l 2,G00,0O?.00  RHST;;............*-    "7,000,000.00  UNDIVIDED PROFITS .    437.1S0.S0  J-crd Strathcona and Mount Royal.;.President  Hou. Goorgo A. Drummond ...... Vico-President  E. S. Olovslon ...._.........-.���...General Managor  NKLSON BRANCH  Corner Baker and Kootonay Stroets.  ���:,.���.   A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.  Branches In'London (England) NbW York;'  . Chicago, and all the principal oittoo in Canada,  Buy and' sell Sterling Exchange and Cable'  __. rSiTl_)_>_l_-'__l "       *:.���  Grant)  Comruorolal  and  TraVolora'  Credits,  available in any part of tho world. '.  Drafts Issued, Collections Made, Hto. :  THE  ���������','n ���  ���GF:GQliE_RC_-:  WITH WHICH ISjlMALGAMATKPiy-; .;'������/"*'  BANK OPV EMTISH .WLUMKtAi  HEAD OFFICE? T 6 ROOT C#V : S  Mil  Paid-up Capital,'���'  ReBerve Fund,  88.000,000  $2,000,000  ACGRECATE RESOURCES OVER $65,000,000.  Hon; Geo. A. Cox,  -President.'  B.  [[: Savmgs B^  y       OORBKNT HATK OJ.IKTBHEST. PAID,V,'"..*V'V  EACHMUSP  ALONE  E. Walker,-,     ��� -  Oeneral Managor;  London: Office, 00 Lbrnbard Stx'eot;*'__.(OV-  __e w York  Office,-16   Exchange!' Place.  . aud '88 Branches in Canada and the  United State..    *:-*  , ySAVINGS; BANK /DEPARTMENT :Zy  *flnfcoro8t .nlloSved 6n*depbsit_..- Present rate  three per cent." -'���-���$������;��� ���:.:���'���:��� *  ,.*',.,.���   ���  .f W-r &\-G RAN G E v> V.V H bl^lyS  V ��� ->-.y^:v--Vv.^:,yVV_!;^^?*WPr'.Nelson Branch. rv  JOU?   0^.3_^___.ID-A.  ���rz  ���HEAP  OFFIOB. TORONTO.  Rest  ital (paid up)  $2,600,000  81,860,000  Hi S.-HOWLAND,....'...  D.,|t;WILKIE...........  ,;__.*HAY;.;..v.;:...V..'..'..  -ryrZr^zik-zr':.,,���.,./.  THB, 0 OBRENT   BATK   OF  .-..".'.'.'. i.-.-i-.. .President. '-  .....General Manager.  .. t .* .y.'.'.-;.. .'.Inspeotor.  omiin*MErj*r.v  _t |  INTEREST  ALLOWED.  'y . .x.._>'-i.yxy^,^.i^^,.j:XZXX.:77...Zrh.i  NeIson"*Br_iic_i~-Btirnsi Block, 221;Baker  m  tV! 7 '��� ' Vyr;' Strikes SoundiWarning^j yfZy  jlyVPeter.M.;*Arthur;*whoittr^itiirty years;  ������; Zhas been at they head of; the B ro ther-  3 hood ;'.of iI_o c 6motive.Engineers -.of,| Ame-j;  .������ ricaii in"a long article' invtBS,Philidelptiiay  f'yNorth:American has'the'following to say  in.regar d' to ''sti. ik <_.:.*. V'V ^rZZrZrkZrZ^^  -: ashes' the. great. bones _ were *;saved.. and  "therpick of .themVwer?  tain Devereaux,' W-foTplanned .thesunr-V  iner.house by his'gate;.*The/chief.credit''  . for^the Vdeath*;. of ythe yhaleVwasydueito  gener aJy^ilin o t de Saussiire and; captain; .  Frank; yPorcfrer, two. exja_r.,sportsmen of  Charlestons xx.xyy,:..*.*y;_vy-. ���.;.*> y '-v.-;;."  ���r-A"'  , '|i*.|j:#Iyc-<^^  I.  V  I.  h  ���j. productive' only; of; evil.:'V Out of;suffering  .'*���'����� "usually:comes* g^odVVl mightalmdlt say  *;?^ that^iii allycase.s'stril_es;ha\^.beeri'a beiir  yi'^trto ^he'eauseyofViabor  yXj they .May. have -ended Vinythe'defeat of  rruttie men.   In this way: Althoughthe'em-  ���   ployers may have won, the victory at  best has been "dearly bought, and, when  ,y the smoke of the battle   has   cleaied  yi\ away and the cost has   been   counted,  ]y> - the 'reflections of the victors have' been  similar to those of   the   general, .who,  looking upon his decimated army, after  a haid fought contest, said sadly:    A  few more such victories and I am undone. '     _ ,  "The wholesome effect of a strike is  always to make employers~~and employed  chary of repeating the experiment.   The  bitter lesson   learned,   both   sides   are  more likely to extend to   the   extreme  limit every means of preventing a recurrence of the trouble    The man who'has  shouted loudest for the strike is taught  by the suffering incidental to the fight  j    to think twice before   casting ithe   die'  j    again, while   the   employer" who cares' lessly viewed a,lockout finds he has.de-  pleted his treasmy to such an extent  that he registers a vow to try different  . methods thereafter.    In this_ >way   the  possibilities of a repetition of the ti ou-  "bles are lessened." t'  Chief .Arthur   ridicules   the   favorite  theme of the "orator who pi edicts, in la-"  bor'* meetings, a colossal   struggle- between capital and labor,. in which the  wage-earners   will be,-arrayed   against  their alleged oppressors.   In fact, he opposes alliances between the'vaiious unions. ' '   , '  "I have always argued,"-said Mr: Arthur, speaking on .this point, "that each  " branch ^of labor should^be. thoroughly  >J     organized by ^and"of(.itself. yI do, not  7J-y yf: b .3 li ev e?it_;i s|^^  Zy the;,3*fferent?r*cl asses V0f.wb5kingrne_.yand-  V Wqr^anizelt^mviritblon  yL:yous.whole^b;prbgreS  7yone "'.goal.^jThfc"pplicyg^of. oiirsiBrotherf-V  ;. yV-hbbd-. _i^y'aiwaj^_l^eriy'bne^ of ;Jnbn-alli-.  Zr ancey with.: bther^:cl^sses.VvV'-VV%yV^ViVVj:_-|V  iViiify^^eylongiagoycameyto theVcbncl^briV  y-3ythatyit!;wasi:impossible'?td.l-ia_m^  ;i��� yterestS; so.Vyast.,'andSyaried -, asVthbser-ot  iyy labor^Urider^_the^ lawfcbf.>1^eVBrbtl--_r,^  7{ ���: Z libbd;:tpday~th/.l;memb ers'4up'6ii_anyXsysri.  .:;Vt^m;fbf;road;;mayVvifc_the^wishA  . V y-b'yy ay twefc thirdsxvote^Sf^eriate:Vwit_-''the;:  "��� y Brotherhbod;^;bf 77 Lpcbinbtiye^Firemeri*-!  y- ;the ;;Brotherl_bbdVbf JSilroad^raiiimeh*  y :ythe���;Order'VbfVRailroadyCpnductbrsVand.  .--. ;y;the"^ OrderVtif SRailr bad'**Telegraphers^-V  -.:.-77 y''It; isy'bptional^wittt.theVmembers of*  : y each; braiichf^v. hetherytheyydo;sb* or not.  ;* On'oneybr;.twb^systeinsithis'hasVbee^ti^  .;: voted j for; -vkWhethery it -is VaibienefitSor^  thejaiwerse^  yy-^^xfiiJ^^  ��;tOnex)f theymost ama&gtthiags^^but  (v'-9^r��^?^M?fy^*^?n^,fe  j.ojn^tMrdyjbf^^  ;unk^^riT^d^une_fplbred..territ^  -director bf-the- geological "survey "of C-an-*  ada has just awakened to this astounding condition of things and after a diligent study of the map leveals the start-'  Img intelligence to the Canadian people.,  The(goveinment will set_out at once to  -learn exactly wnat this temtory" contains. lta. he dn-ector m a. ieport just issued says: .    , ,        *- * ,.  "There are more than 1,250,000 square  miles of unexploied lands  in Canada.1  The entne.area of-the Dominion is com-'  puied at 3,450,257 square miles, conse-.  quently one-thud ot this country "has  yet been untraveled by the explorer. Ex.  clu&ive   of   the   unhospitable   detached  Aicilc poi tions,  054,00 ** squai e  miles is  for all piactical puipo.es-entnely unknown "  For the information of any adventur-'  ous<" and enterprising Amencans who  may-wibh to nelp tiie Canadians dis-'  co\ci their own countiy it may be explained that between cue Lewes- Felly,  and Stikine nyers,theie lies an area of'  27.QP0 squaie miles, 01 a sti etch of  country moie than halt the extent of  tne state of Pennsylvania, whica countiy , is as unknow n to the white man  as was this continent m the time of the  Phaiaohs. For-all "Oui * Lady, of - the'  Snows" knows to ~ the' contrary, she  might be'haibonng piehistoric/moii-  _.ters, or,"hoardins thousands of tons of  yellow,gold nuthe virgin forests ot th'ib  unexploied^rcgion. So she'might nrthel  immense��tract of unexploied/land, oe-i  tween the-Polly and Mackenzie rivers^a  j3t.etch.0f.unknown countiy,,\vhose_,ai.ea  :.isyibp,000-'fSOTl.re:;mil'es^;^^  ���. as.<large; aS'(th^fe^re^t*a^!bf  lhV:the*>:;extreme';yNbrthwe_t;f jbetwaenj  :^nhip^yBrith^Hudsb_i's\B_.y.;by'ca_.al  and: ���river,i:;t__usytoa_.ing^a���, short* water)  .routeyby^hich,!the-wheat?^and cattle of*  ctlie;Nprth*^estVmayibe. carri ^(to>Eur bpel:  *,Meny :are| pushihg^nbrthward^and. west4  i^_*d ity thousands:i>iE.bnnd Vtrip; pickets j;  representing;, three ^*tlibusaiiaamiies;-fp��.;  ytrkyel��; good>for |thpje|mpi^hs^ariciVsbldi'  j^t:'*..$18,.^hayej bj.en;, issi-iedlby.'oneraiirbad  whichy^sbugbt ��� to'; 'cWvlnc&'the'Caffidfai.^  :; public. of Hhe xlertilityVbtVtfie. i^rtiiwesti;  -,;;Goyerntae_.^expibf_fs.^uSty^  5teiry:of5rich.MinCTai_'iand_^ia&  ; in;:;\yhat ;has;; ti &erivsupi-bseti ���! to. huve ��� tieeir?  ;a.ypart! of ^He ..barf en Jgrburidsw The-^  ^menXs^rfbrtyi ihiles Vof^canar'willVcbri^  ��� nbet;.the:jMa,cl.enzieyiriver ywith_Chester^  ?fieldr_Inleti' iandli prompters Vaf fo'ia.readj.  ;P lar-ninJEj > ^vjundertaKe Sthe; 7 ent^rpfisej:  witJbV'^iw?tb^ma^ingya^  those vast^uMeyeibiped'iandsVbfftHe.fe  Northwest;j0pt';fa';iV*sS$j'^  ,. It ma^^--a|ynati^i;i-inciinati6n.S^  smile, andys_y_)0siailynbn_^seJto!:talk*  of develppiii^^^derr^  far nortl^^ut0^^^;lbbk|^;_Gahad^*^  .the -light^bffb;tl_er _a ndV^ lder. icbiintriesfbff  the-sameciatitude:f?Mbst^.-^SsVha^  Acuity^ ingaccep$ng^hej'^bpositibr.Stb.  open theVsh'bres|pffJ_ffie''_.;b_yV:*v.ithVa^  railroad :(asiVan^fiing^but^a;| jokeV': Biitij  looking V-at'Vtfi^gglpbe *ySv.ejys^ei;lthatV -.itsp  southern'yshbiMis?^Ah^|sam&_Rara^  with Lohd&^Berlih^nd^arsaw*^  ChurchilliyswayJ 'ui^in;latitudej58 .degrees  30 mmutes^ftias|seemed'.entifelj-^put&bf  the questipnKl3ut^Cfiristiariiai;ia,hdK;St;  PetersburgyareRpny $^^ixtletli^parallel.  Archangel*'.'i!^farth^Kn^  nprthernmos^;3iiiMt|i|b^Wu_^n^  ahd Rus_u^has^aVr^iro^|i^nniii^  into tho sixtiesjfS^eVargj^s^thateHu&J  , son's Bayyris^jnbtMSayigabieJinS^iiteft  True. Bu'^tliefeBait.ife7pS-^ciSseH|;;^  six.winteri^tth^;a^|stiiifRussia._incis  it a goodKOut{<^|^p?tft.^^  mark lies^ north;, of^^theSJb^tifefi_c_imi.s  ���^IrKei  iii_i__ii_|i_iiit.ii'i.i'-'h-ifi": 1 in'r -ii r'- t v:ir':.r 1' -,J i'j;:''c-^V--rt> itf^jjg^^'��"^:j--;y^y^ j  ,,X,,,.,xM  '��� EstabUfihedf_B. NeisonVi89b��  X*i-?r  in the saineywayV;V.Hy*'  , .*.<.������*������- <>=..:*_   .. - .......   .  ystrictly ��� on" its; merits.  yyy  rm  &XS-  I ceivo,. our., prompt  l;?.Y_3!.^c_.,s'iti.;.  __.,.,.^J1L,.,__-.  Of" Grading- Diamonds.  x yy-i(rix,Q\M,xxZ:yyx,..-i- ^-xx x.^yxx.,:-x-:,:^y._,xy  fix?!. liav(^dii^^*te__p t^  ���-i*'>^K><z,v.^^^^^^  ry;m-'*i-xwix->&.t^^^^^^  r-_f_j_T_5t>Mi  ���:yt^_.i#|  .mm  iiip  zkmz  m  'ig-?atjr.i?^*i,y  oiiix  ifrweaoiilxieiii.;  P-%*.iT..^-^_VJH^-A>- ______ .-_K_  ploy^expertworkT;  ;*-Il5''^^i^^,'*r,^.,^^^"vi;/;^';^.��_;  meiteallMrepairs!  y��ra;xnaxaiiteecU#|  ;j,-^.r;_".***>.>.i^^ .    >      , t - s   -  ��  m~+'���   *"   *���   0Z^^'00'^^f>4J>$fyg  *^-^-������__-M-___-.-__--M---_--_--_���^ ���   ��� ���������    ll-,^M^��*���*"����*^*,**��^��-��MWi*��^M��M*��WM��W-'-^__l-�����l�����_M����____����M______.��__W.W *  **��� -_-1.l\f_     f>"tf��.%      T-t^gtB  ��hgh%j"bfj*_factS��^  ;j^��jtb|pr&^;^l_af^ito^n^  . ^^O^y^eittiyErpi^sa fic^rjyjyj^^. ^hat  lyffg^^duch^ejl^o^^^itfi^  jb^b^l^e^^TCtjcKj^^atyi^  i^iili^ee._an^n_iless.1lihe v of jj steamers  yyThere,ihas;beeii no;fairVtest.;,Pefsonally,  I; do"notyfaT^_fit:>3*^br?thirtj-: yeafsKwei  .; kept .aloof, r f rbm-Ventahgliiig "alliattces?'  ��� and-'yl'i-jiever;.;could'^understand   why itr  '.'. shouldAbejnecessary, to. depart, from,this.;  ���tried ahd proven policy.";*'* >7}yL:.   i. y.7:  ;;-,: VyVVV ,;-A;.-Whn.]eibbiie:.K;ou._k;.     V\-v:  ":\.V A summer house madeyfrom .the bones  '^of;a���'��i.ant^whale;.������^yitil������.���th;e^ja^y-bone.���eh-;  ' trance large' eiipugh;fbr-a"7man;'dn'h.prsef  y 'back; tbyride'";ir_: "iwithput'-bending ;hls  y^necl-^dsyan^attraction.atri Sulliyanjs. is-;  land,' just across the v bay. from Charleston,. South v'*; Carolina."Sections  . of  "ribby" backbone, are iused for'.comfbrt-  able seats in"this unique resting place,  and   captain   John   H. ; Devereaux,   in  whose-handsome   lawn   the   curiosity  stands,; has,refused an exorbitant price  fromy a museum anxious to buy it for  ; perpetual preservation.1 The shrill winds-  from the sea, and the.great wayes..which  frequently ride through the island in tlie  hurricane season, -have added' the bleach  to what was. once the monster whale of  ;the south Atlantic, waters. Hs, VyV.   V; V;  This, whale wasrcaptured in the biar-  ���-hor of Ghariest'oh after a-most desperate  f_  ��� sea. battle, ^ith steamers' and tugs 'and  J'' ;,��� row;boats running close; .and pouring in.  "; showers'bf lead,.the sea;'monster had to  .submit and his mighty head was laid  low.   When theywhale.turned into the  harbor entrance and swam toward the  wharves and- the battery- he. {played out  by the "Grave Yard," where the water'  ;w,as deepest.   He was cutting!and,plowr  ing--through the water whenrthe pilots  I'  iiicked. him off; with "the-glasses,'andithi.  word went but forthwith that an enemy  ,*was;; within"��� the 'bar.��� .The'small boats  moved -cautiously  toward: the   "Grave  Yard," where the sea;monster was. cutting-antics in twelve fathoms of water,  and when the attacking force increased  in; numbers the battle was begun.Every  missile and' every weapon within reach'  was"used with; more or less effect'on his  li whaleship. -When'his snout was lifted  above the.'water his ��� troubles   started  iifresh, -arid:tlie attacking army closed  in.   Theanimal could; not .withstand the  ���attack .and his life blood drained out.  13  Then his "��� body drifted back and forth  with the changing tide, arid lodged on  |*Cthe island beachi.  Wagons loaded with  ". cbrd">vood came up and this was placed  lfl around the*whale, "while buckets of oil  ythe;V%sf^ri^;;bbuhda^  -.Ppricupineiriyerl.^  ;thereVli^V056pVysiquare^iles^b_-^^  ; giy (m?. byerifeKirely*.;^  ;ti)_-ir-^neini es^they wii.^  * \vhi -^maff'yeyer "Tent ure-i^iritbytheiSe-.!  cies_ies"3bf Vthese;; _iiexploredMf6i;asts;phe;;  madelt-ipwilderii -isslhisVgi* <iyeyardiffbf;:  ���jSbjuiifbrmation^-^  ,-img2Jding"the.i_i^-_-ri<__;;Hf^:t^  Vbc;;thisyla_id:!bf?.t^  ';tral)lo^fo.estlandi'dire)de3biatib^*S  i;SVlt5*SbuldiEe2_h.;Bmt'iBh_ia^  ;;;^pugh;^tq;yemplpy,*theVsimpl^  Vbf ������'������ hei-y'.restless" ���'-,- sons V tbryVc _nt__ies-v,tb;  ^bm-3.C-brV!besidesythe tracts described;;  ';th.er6;y*isVariVuiiexplprou area^of/GOjOOO;  :.squa-:i^4i_-iles,'^or^a)^but,.th  ;1ana^fr.bm LiaVd'sSEnd.' te^olinyo';;:G-rpai;s  HriidJfrom'C__rdiffi^t^tir��^6rfblk7C^  of Jame'^b^JSB^^igmi^}?wfi^^  the  latitU&e^by?I^^s^H,ait5.^weffish;  peasants |%ap^vbarleyy*y^  north of lal_e|Athat)a___^^lli|th_s|tends  to show that|mjMl_>|mp^ptlmii^  jpropose.- tb;:accbm^  north  haspal��a^yHbe^||dpnS^InWpe1  same latitudMlibfSEurpr^and^Iwugffl  the > Americ.an'-)clim^  severe thatf|:thattbf^_&rbp-_^ppi^^;pn5i  the samerparailels��th%*'ai_fCT^  so. great rbut^that.the'01-l;  Lplishments^ay^eteinulSed:'!  ���^A'-vlie^years'ffa^  .TVfci Wl + Al .o'V.-q't-VT  T.^i . _c T�� :.-T. AIi.tviI .?o . +A". -.ii _ *i  >i*';;.w^;_-.-,  fe}fNE^Yb__i^6ctoheS7.-^Si_^  !i&!tofl$s��&_f__^^  .���.���iV-r.-^'*.*-,:-^:'--"^. '.*s*/.::-��;i--^'.r.-''--;-:^ ..v'-': *\^'*'*'..*',"V-*.*"^';f)fij>j' ,'_}': t'( JO lit  ;centJya.chtiraces.:;have .conclusively.-dem4  fjpflstrated��the..Cpl^bi^  jjo^^ai^ij^cis^^  * ^gjwe^ji ^j l^VsSl%d Si^l? ar fa_S&eSs ^6tli<K_i  ���^j|__^S'.).feKcbHy.^  ,^aJfed��i^_^ri_iH^ei-ta^ EJrin  .tbdayjsir, Thomas said:^/."Notwithstand^  ^ing^w^ are.;f dp^^  iShamrbcl^tlffieJJb^  ilsam^notllaisparagin  Ml_ei{*Ij^/_Yi.r_^|^a^  {But01ipsjytct^is^t^afethe^  ^th^aas.tt^piiracesogot, the <best/bfitj-.e'  ^ndl^Mle^e^did not.   I do not crit4  t      ���":  0  V. -  7  f    .'-,_  ; '*'  CODVCJP^L3sr"5T  OFFICE: BAKER STREET WEST,,NELS0J<, B.C.'  .a  TELEPHOfiE ffO. 219.7 P.-0. BOX 688.V  n *.t _ 'r si  GARBLE, BUILDING STONE,'  BRIC^AND LIBIE" V .'')'���  fl.t?*  This'immense:tract of unexplored-couhT  ���^b^. is_.fb und\bety. eehvyG-reat,,fBearV lake'  -.aiidythe;;Arctic7coastV being--nearly;-51II  'to the north ofi;th(3.Arctic)Girc^.,yv:,'-y.  -f':Nfearly as-large; as'^oi'tiigal is, another  .tracfebetSyeenyGfeat Bear lake/Hhe Mac-r.  '���'���kenziQ'si'iVelTV'arid*;'the'':westerri-'<;part.y-of  ���..Groat.VSlaveplaice,'^^ in all. 35,000, square  mll'es;..,'Lyi_;g-,.b''elNvech-:Stildne.-,ana.-._fairu  rivers to the' north, and the Skeena and  ��� Peace rivers to the south, is an area of  81,000-square miles,.-which, .exeept-.for.'.a  rccehtVvisit by .a\fleld  r'artyi'is quite  ���unexplored. Ofcthe:35.000 square niile.s  aast of Athabasca lake little is known1,  except that "it has' beeri! crossed by a  field'party eri, route* to. Fort Churchill;  East of the Coppermine inlet andsflwak:  East of the Coppermine river and west  of Bathurst Inlet' lies- 7500 miles of un-.  explored land, nearly* as,: large a tract  as .the  entire  state; of   Massachusetts.  Eastward' from j this, lying. between the  Arctic coast and Black's river, is an'area  of 31,000. square; miles,.or about' equal  to the state; of Maine. Much larger than  Great Britain^and Ireland, and enibrac-  iiig 178,000 square^ miles, is the region  bounded;' by 'Black's ��� river, Great - Slave  lake, Athabasca lake, .Hatchet and R.eiri-*-  deer lakes, Churchill river and* the west  coast bf Hudson's Bay. This country-includes the barren {grounds of the conr  :tinent_''Vv.'*; ���..':,' yy' '7 '���' :'������' '���'������" ��� -r7Z7rZ--  ��� 'The most easterly area is the greatest:  of all.  It comprises almost the entire  interior, of the, Labrador peninsula or  Northwest;.-Territory,;\yin ; all; 289,0^0  square miles, or more thau six times the  extent of the stated of-Pennsylvania,   v  CANADA AND HER POSSIBILITIES  jjMhitbbal^nd^Bri^s^Gblumbi^tb'puy  iland^w erie vobjects? of ^t^Bi^hej^liaye' j  ^nfad.ijfbr tiihes:.^Nbwv\;W���gweil_ihay^sus--_i  ipend K.judgmentiypnythe.;ymam^  yposesa;tb;i gq| f urtheivj ncg^**vf pry ii^the;  0$��:z:Mm0$  .^'y:.;;;:.y.;:;i;:.y;'_;^  ^?:Sfi'lDB_clel-F^nisS_.��  m:Z&kzrzi&^^ Mwim%$%&4t s  tfe x: rz 7rz��lDbTmgr^zz;Zzr07tx  Tffiy 7 '^.^^^p^g^ji^i^  'rkxx7:.7.'--.x::^.eiir77^ZriA]Zx-Zr7.ZZZr  (raige^anbltlierii-iacer ;Oh,' nothing -.would  ;5b^Tdbnfenb.wi:Deifbre 'another year."  iV.{Xf&X:Xgv.-g.-'A"-'^-^-'"'--'   ���*�����' 1 ' ><  S^i|^r^tl|BarisbmTuiid \ "  fiBSs^ONifOctober1. T-^Witl.' Receipts'  ccomlngtin; from, many quarters- the fund  yf(^me|ra_iSpm^'crf,lVIiss Helen.-AT/ Stone,;  ^tl^^_^ffle^ca-^^"jSiis'si6llary.,' cap'tured' byi  fbijiganas^ln^Turl-ey'at ll' o'clock"today  ���;ha,d;'T|avctfea4?2'7,000. v.At'"nobn the fund*  ';Ha^ilrb>vn.t(_i'?_l3;00(.. '',(,;      ,  ���iV'a-S'.*.->*^,-:*-*i**J.^.w:f*.-��?.W,!..   ���    >   J J .    . I    i      ',  I.  )  ^The   Mansfield ������_ Manufacturing r Company *  ''/have the aboye^mentidned^building materials^  " - for * sale * at" fea'soiiable prices_v Special' ^iiotaiK /  Ntions>to  builders     ----'---        --^      "���  ., ord'ers.-/   .,'  W0TI0E.;  '>9 .--_ .* o-f|f,_  ���*s.  Courts of Assize,* Nisi Prius/ Oyer and^*'  .���C ty Victoria, 1st October, 1901^ Civil only:  to be adjourned to the 8th October" �� ���    . <  ttr^J&^^lst  OctDobrer..lB01.V  i>  r  :z  ������;*'("���  and ] contractors for a large ^  < . /.��� 'w;    ..* _,, 'i't.?��. Ji r  ORDERS BY. MAitJATfEHbEb TOV PROWPTtY  Civil and criminal .  * Town of'C"*���*- "'  and criminal  ^^JfS'^^-^^^fy^^^'  :anTd0^m��i�����a^^ '  Cl^Vd��crT^nCS. Ver' &^te&W *  and criminal  ,  ~'   r _     "' _-"(T*��f^   -v-  "4nnSiltL.^.^rnon' 17-h October,'190i:^CivUi  and criminal        ^i "���*      f        f>, .,���.'ji,.Ky>*  ���Kw/^PKn^ Westminster, 21st .Oct.b^r.^  7&�� JCi.".and criminal   -      .,     Jyt>. i^     _.  pK,yrn��r,..rVallcouveE'. 22na,. October, k-imi..  Civil only ���   ~J> t,   r-   r-  ,-i^.^.j^ fi  ���City-ol Gieen-wood, 22nd October, '190-..''  Civil and criminal u. ' ,-v-> .f^-j'fi. *SV  . City of Victorlar22nd October,:i901>Crim-*f  inal only .'���"-*'' .n'-"1^, * "-e ,����'.? *_& ,li<,  Kamloops,"   ~ "   "  ' "       *"  \ City   of  Civil and  City   of  Civil and    By command *.  -j.  a         f_i  y^r&i^uiixijZ^ '.i -it.  '���i<ZZi'iWBAKBB;(.;STKEB_.,e' NELSON.    -  ���H.-<.c>w:t:*.I^ed^ith-Hot*-*'Air.*' ���  '.x���:,-,'. .'*." x,-.\ki'i^X'Xt,'iiX\..  vXiarg-e-' comfortable'  bedrooms. and first-  .'KM  i&iX77x:h&i_iyxzyx-:xy  VV^;vV;Vv;-;;!-V*;Bhiiigl6afc^yy;Vilf(V  rz 7z.Zy VR ough'; anici ry ���:���  ':zy y z Dr0ss��d:;$umBe��r  - -::':V *y:'���'���'.'.{:Y7.-7ot vliiixiniifiy-xy Z'-jliT-ZZ-'i.7i  .-..;.*.V -or WHAT .YOtrViS-lB 'NOT IK STOCK    -'���%',  '-'.'.'..,*.;���--.- ;* v.k'wji'i. vtAws.t'vv_rf)it.-.ypyiyyX ;^  V*  Xy.^XOJ,Xd,-AiW7GKT-^m(i>l^'-xr' ":'  ���'-,'*.('..  '.ciass1di^n^1)fb^m?.S_rhplfe roomsJfor com-  morr.in.l 'Trier,'*' ���l vt-''  '   l ' _  mcrcial 'men*.  :���"    RATCSrSS PER .DAY  rs��- L-k^i. .arJ?,e, '>rr.  Late of the Royallno'tel. Calgary  Gftasa  Baker and AVard  Streets,"' Nelson.  _   --     -    RAM, AWD tAICB STHJtRTB. N_TJ.n�� .  Lumber Go  ��� '.* (LIMITBD)-?^/-���'���:*���������'���������'._  C0KJfKH''0_''  !r'-":*"* v"'':'1-  HIONDRYX "AND VICItKON STRBETfJ  ......... ���_ .-.* -. ~*........-...-- -...-.a....^. -....  .,Theionlyijhotel in Nelson that,has remained under one management since 1_-U  The bed-rooin_ i"f weJl furnished and  lighted by,.electncii>.        , ,  /X'ho bar, io always slue-tea ny the best  domestic, and irnpoi t. rl liquors and ^cigars.  THOMAS MADDEN.' l>roprletor.  r,,,, HOTEL --ROSSLAND.  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street. Best dollar a day  house in to*\vn. Houso and furniture new  and first class in every respect. Lighted  by gas. Room and board ?5 to ?U per  *weel_..;_.o Chinese employed here.  " J.'"V. 0,LAUGHL_N.!*Proprietor.  irrvi  ,. ._jni_t   it...:  ��� ���Sit-'.  .'���; A ;pptent_signv6f. the tiin(.s; is the awakr  ening of our;Canadian::cousins to.their  possibilities in the way *of national de-:  yelopment. It has. .long been the habit  to look upon Canadians as. slow and  easy going,' but one. who ventures across  the line these days sees that, whatever  they have done; in the past, none of them  are sleeping'now. Let. him go where he  will'and he,;Will__nd men and corporations! proposing ��� and discussing new  schemes fo'r, opening territory heretofore deemed'worthless.  Rails are being; laid on a good road  designed to push forward to Jame's bay. j J  iectLake j  A-1 White '^Pihe^Luffiber^-  *.- \*-;.   "-.';.'-;.'V.'"o   ' *'J��H;'|'.'  >-r   '".  ���777yz-7.:x.m^-y'77-\r7r7:x  .������      ��� ������'��������� ���        ���    ���    -v. ���  V V.   V :.>.   :     ,./;���  :ry    ,   ��� ���   .;  We" carryi aV..complete'v/;8t.ock- of  Ocast Floorihgi Ceiling, Inside:;Pin-  l8lii, Tiimed^ Work, Sash aiftl \Ef6ora.  ���''Spe-^i'ordierV"'''yvp_]_:':will, receiye  prompft attentioti. ;  V  .--7:rr z��� ' ���.���-V-l.v;r;vv5Vy^  Porto Rico Lumber CtiCttidf  .-\;; _V;i^vB%D6E:;!':rz:7';7 -\  ';  ' Notice: Is hereby given! that- I intend to  apply at - the: next sitting of:' the ' board! of  license . -.commissioners....',for������ --the' .'/City  of Nelson,. to, b*e :held after the expiration  of thirty day s ��� from' the - date' 'hereof,' for a  transfer ,of the retail-liquor llcense,?now  held by mejas the'representative of the  John Johnson estate,'', for''*'th'e;r premises  known as the "Silver King Hotel, situate on  Baker street, in the said City of Nelson  on lots 7 and 8 in block 10, sub-division ��� of  lot 95, to M. A. Naismlth of the said City  of Nelson. CAROT,INA THELIN.  Witness: Q. A THELIN.  rf^s^^^^z^^:^:^^* a??$^$mw0^^  SLOCAN JUKOTipM HOTEL  - J. <xL McMANUS, MtL-^iger.-  Bar stocked with best -brands of wines,  liquors, and,cigars.-Beer onjdraufcht. Large  comfortable rooiDB. First'class tabu board.  y,.:,.:, '.:ttBgF8J^^^',_2^;:  Province of British Columbia*,''Nelson, Wost  fj, Kootenay. \To wii.:,,-*'- ,'"t-*?"���'.(���';*. ���;'>'''���-, "��� ���;; i  "J-: By virtuo of a Warrant; of Executioo" Js"_pd  out of County Court of Kooionay. holden at  Kaslo, sit tho suit'of' _?o"urn;o Brothors, of Now  Denver, B.C., plaintiifa,. aridijto >me directed;  ligaihBt the gnods and chattels, of- O. J. Marino,  AlKxandei- Sproat and Florence 1_ McInniH.de-  fendantJ-,'T'ha'vo*-5Bi7.eil''aii'd'tak<m in exeoiition  all thtSrifrht. title ancl'i'merost of ihe .aid'defendant,' '">. J. Marino,' in the mineral claim known  as and railed"VVillard," situaio 6ti Alpha mountain, aboutone'an'd'bnc-.'ial'-'.iniiea-north-OHiit of  Silverton, and-wp.t of ���t.lie.-Q.O.P. mineral-nlain),  ��� and recorded in the ,6Hlc6;of_.tho Mining "Rec^rdoc  for the Sloran Mininp: Divl-sion.-of. the West  Kootenay;Dintri .it,' on I ha 29tli,day. of. Apiiil.' 1897,  and in tbeminrral cl-iin i--nnwn-��St��__ called  ''Key Fraction," sitnat.! nn'S Iyer mountain, roar  , No-* Denvpr, B.C.; a'uiV bound ed on the no' th by  "Kingston" and '.-fd-'ii>_:��.* on. the-south by'tin-  ki'ow, on tho cast by "Hnb and Hub,"an'i on tho  west hy WnkriowTi, and V corded in the-'office of  thesaid MiningHeco'rc!er,Qii _he26th day.of Sop-  tenib"r, 15I01; to>kc",v^i-;t.|)"6 sum of one hundred  and fiiiu- dollars; nnd' flttepn*. cont. ($104.15) and  al-o interest, on oriri b'lnflred'ahd two dollars and  fif tflbn cents ($H|2. if.) from ,i he" 17th day of March,  ]W0l,''untilpfl-yn!cnt,-..Mlic_'ato'6fflve Dbr centum per annum, buaideK t-hPriiTs poundage, ofll-  cor'af ess,.and all othor.legol Incidental expense.;  all Of wbiolil'ahaU'cxpdse for salo. or sulllcicnt  thereof to _ati. fy sai-1 jndurtnent. dobt and costs  afc my offlcf ;>next to th'i Court Hou-.e-in the City  of Neltion. 'B. C; oh Thursday, .the 10th' day <ot  Ootober, 1901, at the.hour- of eleven o'clock in the  forenoon. ,- . ,  ...  ;NOTE. ��� Intending pnrohasors will satisfy  thom'clvns as to intorest' and titlo of tho said  defendant.  -Dated.at >>wDenver,:B.CL,. thi* :_1Jth day of  fieptomber, 100L "8. P. TU' K.     '  ���<��� .Sheriff of South Kootonay. ���  .-r--,_.*vi_U-X.l .'.v>;_s ---y-; C.'w'lvOlt^l-'.��W.T.: P * ^ I'V-^^t.'^^'..''.'_.'V^X',;u*'.<*'  , J.-_D.^PRENTIC__,^Kki|i.S  t, . . ..J" -"/Provincial Secietwy -ffsf.^  Provincial*- Secretary's^Departmont, ^lst/" Y*��3  August,- am:  'V ,,ff ��_;-r.-,^. .^>'4li  NOTICE TO DELINQUENT aO-OWmB^v?���  To John J   McAndrews !or-*-to any person-j'' .v'  or persons to  .\ horn .he"* may have trans- H'H-.,���*..  fen ed his, interest in ���tho Black Diamond  -.   rS&l  mineial claim.  situate*on^the. north".side-tt(.?' yZ&l  ?��  ?ear cre?,k'  about?three mtlesvfrom * A ffl^l  V .��.* ,t0WIi,0l.^rn)r' W south ofjand.ad- &   ^M  f joining the iDvcnnlg-Star mineral claim, F*     rfht  r Nelsoni mining division^of "West Kootenay,,    -    ffi.'  > district,   and  recorded  in  the  lecordersS.". .  S?  office.for tho Nelson, mining division''�����������*,   r-ixW1  ^^YoilTa,}.d cach o�� Jou"1 are heieby notified   ��.-'    Tb  that   Ii have-expended   two   hundred   and,'.   *,_%  %l,f\Z% '.do1 ars    anc1, -twenty-live-.tents    W-JS-I  ��21_25)   In,labor  and  improvements  upon-  ��^���� Sal  f- V. n    n 1-inirn    *-��*_-���_-. * I _, _-. ���_3 in. . -*. f   c. "j F C  f- f l "-/til  _^_.^'*!.l  HOUSE  321 TO 331 BAKER STBEET. NELSON  ���'&!*?}SBimm'��� MEALS 25 CENTS  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated .oy Steam 26 Cents to SI  urns & Co.  Head Ofi-iob at  NELSOW,' B.Q'.  Wholesale and' Retail  Dealers in Meats  the above mentioned mineral claim in order  to hold said mineral claim undci the provisions ol the Mineral Act, and If within  ninety days from the date ofA this notice  you iiU or lefuse to contilbute your portion of all such expenditures together with  all costs of advertising, your interests in  the said claims \will become the .property,  of/the subscriber under section 4 of an act  ^y0-^. An Act t0 Amend the Mineral  Act, 1900 . "JOHN DCAN  ion.       Nolsori thls luh day of Soptem-_  OEETIPIOATE   OP / IMPEOVEMENTS >  NOTICE-CITY MINERAL. CLAIM  Situai. in thu Nelson Mining Division of  West Kootenav   District -,      - "-  Where located   About one mile south of.  Nelson i  Take notice that I, Wiliam John Goepel,  Free Miners Certificate No 50 300, intend,  sixty days from the date hercol, to apply  to the Mining Recoider for a Ceitillcate of  Improvements for the purpose of obtaining a Crown Grant of the above cliim  And further tako notice that action undor section 37, must be commented beforo  _.he_lssuance._.ol_-suc_._Ceitlllca.e of-^Im���  provements  Dated this 16th day of August, A. D.  1901       AV    J    GOCPEL  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.'  JSUll^L.���..LLSUN M _NL_KAI CLAIM,  situate in the Nelbon Mining Di.lslo.i of  West   Kootenay   District.      ,  Where located: About one mile south of  Nolson.'."''���'���--���������':���..���.:  ���.Take'-'-* notice'������'that I, John Paterson,  I'reu Mlnurs Ceriinu;iiu _.�� > i 7_;i, intond,  sixty days from the date hereof, to apply  to the'Mining: Recorder for u Coitllicato  of* Improvemeritsi- for the piupobe ul obtaining h ��� "rowii ��.r.-int oi in" .tiiovp ��� n'm.  ..And further, tako notice that action, under'section. 37,; must bo commenced bofore  the'"' issuance ��� ot'- such CertlHcatr of Improvements.1  Dated; this 10th day of August A. D.  1901. JOHN   PAT-ORSON.  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  '.'<��� NOTICE.':��� MONUMENT MINERAL,  claim,; situate in the: Nolson mining clhia-  lon of Weet Kootenay district. Where located:^ At tho head of Grohman ere__c on  Grohman-mountain. Take notice that 1,  J. M. McGregor, acting as agent for btevo  Hawkins, ��� free miner's certificate No.  b50,'435, and; Louis Strand, free miner's certificate No." b37,i33, intend sixty days from  the date hereof, to apply to the mining ie-  corder 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 Aujrust.. 190L  tp_ *���/,&  i j.. i-���r_fl.s\  _*[  Markets at   Nelson,   Rossland,   Trail,   Kaslo, -Ymir,  Sandon,   Silverton, Ne*r  Denver, Bevelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade City, Mid  way, and Vancouver,  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  i '  ' ���  West Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH Ai MD SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  SSfSSS    ,  .       E. C TRAVES, Manager  .     ,   ... lOIiDJERS BY MAIL .RECEIVE I'BOMPT ATTENTION.  NOTIOE.  /���the merchi  s'elson tl>at we havo pnrchnsed tho busl  We beg to notify;the merchants and bu.ines  men of Nelson tl>at we havo  ness and good will of tho Pacific Transfer Com  pany, which it is onr intention of incorporating  with-tho business of tlio Nolson Freighting &  Transfor Company, wo remain yours  ���  R. H WILLIAMS,  Manager Nelson F. & T. Co  NOTICE. x-*'-  NOTIOIO is horeby given that I intend to apply  t. the next silting of the Board of Licenco Commissioners  for the City of Nelson, to be held  at the next silting of the Board of Licinco Commissioners for the City of Nelson, to be held  after the expiration of thirt} dtvjs from the dato  hereof, fc-. a transfer of* the rotad liqunr licenco  now hold by me for, the premi��os siMmrexn lot  1. block 12, Baker street, Nelson, aud known ns  the "Athabasca" saloon, to Norman T Mnolrod.  of Nelson. P. J. RUSSELL.  Witness: Jas. O'Shea.  Dated this 27'h day ot September, 1901.  ���;   NOTICE.  NOTICE is heroby given that I intend to npply  at the next sitting of the Board of Liccnso Cnm-  ml8sionors for the City of. Nelson to ha ho'd at  the expiration of thirty days from tho date horcof,  for a transfer of the Retail Liquor Llceu^o now  hold by me for the premissoi known a" tho  Bodega Saloon, situate on the enst h_lf of lot  nine (*)). in block one (1), ln the said City of Nelson, to William Walmsloy and Edward C. Davidson, both of the said City of Nol. on.  Dated this llth day of September. ISM.  .,_.      '"���-" w';i,:xr-k-������ W. a. ROBINSON,  * Wrrtncss:. K.; C. DAVmSON THE NELSON TRIBUNE,  TUESDAY  MO___KI__TG,  OCTOBER 8, 1901  J DAMP W��T WEATHER CAUSES COLDS  n"  TEETZEL'S-SYHUP OF WILD GHERIJY,  SPRUGE AND TA!| CURES THEM  x.xy,.x.Z7x.   ;.- '-���         .'IJ   1"  ONLY TWENTY-FIVE GEJ.TS PER BOTTLE  W. F. TEETZEL & CO.       NELSON, B.C.  CITY AND DISTRICT.  v...',. -���_���������7... Z-.,:���;���-���-'  "W. A. Connell has purchased the Gluepot saloon on Vernon street; and will  ���give a house warming on Wednesday  night next.  \ Alderman Gillett, the contractor for  the high school building says he is making good progress with the work, and  with - ordinary good weather will have  the contract completed by the end of  December.  For the convenience of passengers for  Crawford Bay the C: P. R. has made arrangements for running a steamer twice  a week from Procter, on Tuesdays and  Fridays, the steamer making connection  with the boat leaving Nelson at 4 p. m.  on those days. 1  ICW.  _�����  W  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. Z ���  W. C. McLean is over at the Ashnola  townsite in tho Similkameen valley  looking over the ground v/ith a view to  taking a contract for grading streets,  laying sidewalks and tutting in a sawmill for the local syndicate that has the  Ashnola boom in hand.  The., members of the iucal company of  R. m!' R. have about completed their  class firing for the year, and considering  the fact that a considerable percentage  of the men are new with" the rifle have  made a very good showing. In the class  firing the shooting is at the 100, 200,  300, and -100 'yard ranges, and tne members will average up to 70 per cent.  I  T_.  lis  _��<_-  &5T*  217 ana 219      .  *  ��� "  .   Baker Street  ... .   ix  y--f_�� f  Hgr *. ���  m%r  'Mr '**  '      ^���*.0*\i>*.'r^.0��.0r   0'.0*.0'0.f*''ie'-l^'0*-&_'0 0'00  _-*���  ^t!&fefe&��eeefctt&��:*w��*6w,t��*^  -y/0- i * '*__N-  C. E. Gillan of Rosa_d.nd has applied  for a writ of habeas corpus in' the case  of Rex vs. Beamish, the Rossland man  sentenced to two months' imprisonment  in connection with the' dispute between  the union miners and the management  of the Le Roi mine. The matter will  como before the supreme couit judge  who takes the assize court sitting in  Rossland this week.  w(rr7 -W , y  __*-.',_... "V   'i  WE HAVE JUST-'RECEIVED A'LARGE .STOCK,OF  /  PICTURE AND  ROOM   MOULDINGS AND ARE NOW  READY-TO  RECEIVE ORDERS FOR PICTURE FRAMING. .'  REFRICiEMTORS       HAMMOCKS  i%r  IV." *  I*.*.-  mJl}y  1 ^vfi*   *-./  &l  "** Hugh Nixon, who.is looking after the  raising of the water in tjottohwood lake,  reports that he has the water five feet  above the normal level and with another foot the water /will be as high as  ���Jt was calculated to raise" it. This will  insure an 'ample supply of water for  power purposes' at the city's electric  light power house during the lowest  stage of the water.  The flre department-*had. a call last  evening to the .residence^ of A. H. Buchanan. Lightning V struck the wires  'which enter the house "for'the electric  lighting, and from the heat generated  ,it .was thought that the attic, of the'  building was on fire.'When" the depart-1'  ment arrived it was fo'und that'this was  "not the case, and the damage to the wiring on the inside is'the only thing that  will have to be attended to.' 4.   ' ' ;  ���>  Now is'your time to get a-bargain, in  these 'lines  as  we"  ..must( dispose of them all this mpnth. t'If you   want ".one  or  both of these lines the price won't hinder,,you.   <  I t e,  'IV  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  >  ~- Imnorters and Dealers in Shelf and Heavy Hardware.        ������ ,  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AND CIGARS.  NELSON, BEITISH COLUMBIA.  A COMPLETE LI{.E OF CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  Eainer Seattle) Beer in pints and quarts.   ���' Dogs Head Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts.   Kola Wine, the bestvTemperanoe drink,  Our Special Canadian Bye in 5s and 6s.  Dawson's Perfection Sco toll Whiskey.   ' t Granada pure JEavana Oigars.  ti:ci C*��t it. 8 . .Jl ia i { ( i j ii cce.Cards andPoker Ohips.  Agents Brunswick-Balke Collender Billiard  Tables and Supplies/  __i��_n_i_-H  B_  MM TE  J. A.  The best In the market, in 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  Oe a Found  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS. Houston Block, Baker Street  THB BUSDHRY DEPARTMENT OF  THE TRIBUNE ASSOCIATION, LIMITED,  burns block:, nelson.  BOOK BINDING  SPECIAL RULED BLANK BOOKS  SPECIAL RULED FORMS  TREASURY STOCK FOR SALE  20,000 shares ROYSTON GOLD MINES,  Ltd. This is a good time to buy, as these  shares vr ill advance in the near future.  20,000 shares of IMPERIAL MINES,  Limited, at 5 cenls. For a few days only.  10,000 shares LAI-BEAU VALLEY  MINES, Ltd., at 15. cents. These shares  advance 5 cents oh the 1st of .'October.  . Por particulars of above apply to  .REGINALD J. STEEL  PJUbebI Broker, Kelson.  HEAL ESTATE  AND '  INSURANCE BROKERS  Agents for Trout Lake Addition.  (Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J. Taylor sales.  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's time without Interest  Ward Bros.  333 West flafcer Street, Nelson.  . There will be'.'plenty of teaming offering this *, winter ,,for those who have  : the 'necessary stock and plant. It is said  that the London" Consolidated Company  is anxious .to have 15,000, tons of ore  moved from the*. end,.of .the company's  tramway ��� line to- the. landing at Pilot  ,Bay, a distance, of nine miles, and the  Molly, Gibson^company'will have close  upon 3000 rtons of'ore to move from  ftheir mine,to the Kokanee landing.   , '.  i Heretofore all examinations for entrance into the oiyil servige were held  at either" Victoria or Vancouver. Nelson  ���has been the ^place at which these ex-,  aminations ,will be held in the interiqr.(  The first sittings of.the boardof exam-  ineis will be" held on Tuesday, November 12th next, and all those intending  to enter for examination should4*send  notice of their intention to .Dr. E.- C.  Arthur of .Nelson, who has.been appointed chairman of the board. ['   .  The -Socialists of Slocan City -.have  fallen into line. A lively' meting was  held on Saturday ..st W��en it *was decided by those present to form a branch-  of the Canadian Social League. Both'  American'.and Canad��on citizens were  unanimous, and a large number ��� subscribed their names as members. J. M.  McGregor' was elected president, D. D.  -Robert60n-vi6Q-president^^nfl-H^J;-SiP-  sett secretary-treasurer. The efforts of  the league will be directed to assist in  procuring a lecturer, to t#ur the Kootenays through the winter in the interests of Socialism.  S. H. Nolan and P. \V. George returned  last evening with the head and skin of  a silver tip which they shot on Saturday at a point some .2 miles back, from  JCoptenay river a.nd opposite Granite  Biding, They were not looking for ihe  bear but he started for them and it was  a case of their getting the bear or the  bear getting them, The animal came upon Nolan unawares and was within eight  feet of him when he got in his first shot.  When hit the bear turned and started  up hill, but he had not gone far when  he was"1 brought down by a couple of  shots. Nolan had a narrow escape. As  the bear was coming toward him either  his nerves were working too fast or the  mechanism of the gun he had refused lo  work. Nolan says the bear appeared to  be as big as an elephant while it was  coming up on him, and he would have  given all he had ln the world- for a  Maxim gun.         Practical Results at the Athabasca  E. Nelson Fell, manager of the Atha^  basca mine and mill, gives the following particulars of the xast run in tho  mill and cyanide plant. At the cyanide  plant and class of mineral treated consisted of accumulated tailings in the  dam. Number of tons treated, 1582.4;  value of bullion recovered, $15,299.54;  value of bullion recovered per ton of  tailings treated, $9.67; average percentage of recovery 80. In the mill run, the  ore treated was that which was produced ��� from development work carried  out during May, June, July, and August.  This work was carried on in the granite formation at the horizon of our deepest level. The vein looks finer here than  it has at any previous period of the history of the mine. Number of tons milled,  124; value of bullion recovered in mill,  51547.6}.; value of concentrates, $835.39;  total valueT recovered, $2383; value per  ton, $19.11,    ���" Z'  Light List of Cases.  There Is a very light criminal list for  the approaching assize which opens In  Nelson on Tuesday next.   So far thera  are but fire fxmea an tte list axti ano of  them will not go on, for the reason that  Tony0 Leyden, the supposed prisoner in  the case, is how on the safe side of the  international boundary line. The other  cases are Rex vs. Rollan and Bloomfield, robbery; Rex vs. Barrett, the Howser time check forgery case; Rex vs.  Forbes, the Slocan City assault case;  and; Rex vs. Wilson, a Fernie case in  which the prisoner is charged with damage by setting flre to several cords of  wood.  There are but two cases oh the civil  list One Is that of the Royal Bank of  Canada vs. Harris, an action to recover  the sum of $1200 upon promissory notes,  the defence to which action is said to  be that the notes were not given for  value lectuvec* _>ut for a gambling debt.  The ocher case is that of McMillan vs.  Sandilands, Felt & Dickinson, T. Leo  Peel and John W. Peck '& Company.  This is the rather celebrated suit growing out of the winding up of the estate  of McMillan & Crawford, the Sandon  merchants.  Short Council Meeting!  The city council held a short session  last evening. The first order of business was the reading of applicants for  the position of driver of the fire team.  The applicants were Harry Stutter, M.  P. O'Neill and William Forge. As Stutter had been put in charge of the team  by chief Lillie it is not likely that either  of the other applicants will be given a'  chance. The matter was left in the  hands of the mayor with power to act.  ��� A petition from the residents of Kootenay, Observatory and Robson* streets  wag read asking for a six-foot sidewalk  in place 'of.the present'three foot one.  The matter was referred to the public  works committee. The request of Joe'  Neeve, asking for a road to his claim,  was referred to the mayor. The request  for a' sidewalk to connect with that at  the Grand Central was read from the  Chinese on Front street. The matter  was left in the hands of the public works  committee.  D. Jf Robertson wrote requesting a|  share of the city's business in the burial  , of- paupers. Nelson under the ��� present*  contract has to pay $4.60 for each pauper buried, while in Spokane the under  taker pays thei corporation $1 per pau->  per, relying on the chance of getting,  further money from the relatives of the  deceased.     - ' " ��� j  Mayor -Fletcher intimated 'that it'  .would '��� be1-' desirable to have certain;  changes' made in the -wharf repairs and1  the council endorsed the mayor's action.  / The last matter disposed of was the  purchase of- a flre bell' for the flre department to'take the place of the belli  that cracked _ last evening. The mayor  was ^authorized'to'purchase a new belli  by. telephoneV'' -  . -.*���    '      '���,���;���;  i'  Nelson 'Mining Division Records.  The lnew -locations recorded-were:  Ontario, on the west side of Kootenay  river about foiir miles south.of Nelson,  by Louis Ernst; ' Scotia at Kootenay  bridge, about four miles from Nelson, by  H James Sk'eene; Devlin, on Lost' creek,  about eight miles from Salmo, by, Bella  Devlin;, International, on the, west' side  of-Barrett creek, by P." J. Shea; Heleria,  on .the north fork of Barrett creek, .by  O, Wo McLean and Thomas Livingston^;  Brook,. adjoining the Evening Star, (by  Anson Porter." **       -'   7  Certificates of work were issued to J.  H.-Nickerson on the A; John A. Turner  et "al on, the Burlington Fraction and  Lewiston; and to John L. Purdy on,the  Happy Man and King Sverre. '  Two bills of sale were recorded. In  onfer J. F. Harbottle, transferred to A.  MeWirter one-fortieth interest in . the  Mad; Day and Pink .Diamond claims, situate about two and one-half miles southwest of Xm\X jn consideration of $200.  In- the second W. B.' Leltch transferred  to Eric Harkness a one-sixth interest ln  the Gold Bar mineral claim, between  Forty-nine and Bird creeks in consideration of $25.  - ��� ��������� -1 '���       ��� ��� ��� ��� ���aT        -1  Tod Sloan I_j % White Man.  SLOGAN  CITY.   October   7���To  the  ���un..*! im *tmrg%tYj*m  NELSON, B.C.  ri_.-___. fr-n^iiVd-ini* ***t  s       KASLO, B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.  H. BYERS  TOSPORTSMEN:  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever received  in Kootenay. Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles. Winchester Smokeless and  Savage Carbines. Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequaled  for simplicity, accuracy and effect. <���  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Blowers, Exhausters, Hand Shaft Pumps, Pipe and Fittings Steam Packing, Leather and  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  AT THE HOTELS.  NELSON���J. Gurney, Sandon.  .QUEEN'S���John A. McMillan, Sandon; P. W. George, Nelson; J. A. Brown,  Spokane. - \  ��� MADDEN���William Innls and "Dan  McKenzie, Sandon; Felix Boile and P.  Wade, Vancouver.  TREMONT���John Russell, Grand Valley, Ontario; Alex Cleverty, Brockville;  Thomas McDonald, Slooan.  PHAIR���G. A. Carlson, Kaslo; G. O.  Buchanan, Kaslo; J. A. Herron and H.  D. Mars and wife, Spokane; J. M. Harris Sandon; T. G. Holt, Vancouver; W.  Anderson, Cascade.  ��� HUME���R. C. Waterson, Toronto; J.  G._ Main and wife, Kaslo; Harry C.  Cooper and E. C. Taylor, Vancouver;  Robert Ewart, Erie; Chas. Thompson,  Vancouver; G. W. Stoll, Philadelphia.  GRAND    CENTRAL ���James    Scott,  Ymir; John Sloan, Slocan; W. E. Hollo-  'way��� Armstrong; W. A. Weston and E.>  J. Miller, Rossland; Peter Pecord, Poor-  man mine; E. H. Stubbs, Phoenix.  GOING OUT  The Week's Shipments-  PHOENIX,   October   7.���[Special   to  The * Tribune. \���The   week's   ore   shipments -from  Boundary mines were  as  follows:'    '-      '��� - s       >' . .  Old Ironsides group  4,710  B.  C.  Mine  :    520!  Winnipeg  .; ..'..."      60;  Snowshoe  Mother  Lode  No. ��-mine  King Solomon  at.  l,632i*  '    30;  70!  Total'   . Total'.for 1901 to date, 272,320  valued'at "$1,633,920.  ,7,107;  tons,  AUCTION   SALE  OF  DRY GOODS      GENTS' FURNISHINGS  BOOTS & SHOES      HATS & CAPS  Our next auction sale be held at 8 o'clock on  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 5th.  As I intend closing my business here the end of this  month  all goods,-will be sold at private sale regardless of cost.  A few of our sample lines:  Black all-wool Cashmere, reguluar price..$     .75 now $  Velveteen's, regular price         .75  'Ladies' Linen Collars,  regular  price.*         .20  Ladies' Cloth Jackets, regular price      15.00 -  ��< 1. n k tt n cq  All colors Corticelli crochet silk/ spools afc  Come and get bargains bef ore, ifc is too late.  45  30  .40  12i  10.00  4.50  .20'  A. FERLAND  Sporting Editor of The -Tribune: Is Tod  Sloan, the famous jockey, a white man?  Anaconda makes a levy of 6 cents per  linear foot for street sprinkling on all  property located within the sprinkling  district.  .Unnecessary  Trouble . .  With, watches may, often  be avoided by having them  repaired" by a thoroughly  practical workman: We  have experience in our line  and understand the mech��  anism of all makes of  watches.  BROWN BROS  ROS.S_UA_ND   ENGIINBBRirVQ  WORKS  '    * buni_ipf_e 6c McMillan ,.  Founders/ Boilermakers  and; Machinists.,  ORE! OARS, skips, cages, ore bin doors, chutes and general wrought iron work.    Onr tire cars are  the best on tha market.   Write us for _eforences and full varticuia....        . i ,     --1  SECOND HANDMACHINEBY FOR SALE.-One 5-foot Pelron water wheel, width COO fee t, "8 to 18"  spinal riveted pipe.   One 10x5x13 outside packed plunger sinking pump.    Hock drills,   stoping'.I  . bora, &c, Sco. ' -  , AGENTS. NORTHBY PUMPS.    - . STOCK  CARRIED., t  P.^O.   Box i_>S. ,THIRD   AVKJNDB,,; RO_.SI__VJSTiJ.  TELEPHONE 39.  P. O. BOX 627.  Nelson Saw & Planing Milfs  j__i_(i^:i____3*__��_  CHARLES HILLYER, President.  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  * -*��� ��    . r  Havo just leceived 3,000,000 feet of logs from Idaho, and we are prepared to cnt the largos, "bill  of timber of any dimensions or lengths. Estimates given at any time. The largest stock of sash,  doors, and mouldings in Kootenay. ' '  Opticians and Jewelers  _B AKER.STRE KT______  NELSON.  THE "GLUE POT" SALOON  VERNON   STREET  Will be open under new management on  WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 9th.  MUSIC AND FREE SUPPER FROM 7 P.M.  Pollard's Orchestra has .boon engaged  for the evening.  OYSTER COCKTAILS '  AT   THB  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT   THE  OYSTER COCKTAILS '  AT   THE  OYSTER COCKTAILS  ,   "*     AT  THE  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT, THE  OYSTER COCKTAILS  . AT THE  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  MANHATTAN.  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  .     OFFICE AND YARDS: CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.  W. A  CONNELLr,  PROPRIETOR.  KOOTENAY   COFFEE CO.  ****** ******************  Coffee Roasters  Dealer* in Tea and Coffee  ************************  We are offering at lowest prices tbo best  prades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Onr Bea., Mocha and Java Coffee, per  pound  .   _0  Mooha and Java Blend, S pounds  1 00  Choice Blend Cofl'ee, _ pounds  1 00  Special Blond Colfee, 0 pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Toa, por pound 80  The   Manhattan  JOSEPHINE STREET  ALL THE BE8T BRAND8  LIQUOR8  AND  CIQAR8.  ��k********************f e��r.  <_  T  9  It  m  9  m  m  ARTHUR    Q^B  MERCHANT TAILOR  LADIES' TAILOR  MADE SUITd.  BAKER  STREET EAST.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE 60.  Telephone 177.  P.O. Box 182,  WEST BAKER STBEET. NELSON.  ***********************&  BRANDY  DE LAAGE FILS & CO., XXX  COGNAC, possesses a delicious bouquet.  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. X X X X  COGNAC is mellowed by its great  age, and is recommended to con-  nolseurs, and for medicinal purposes.  SCOTCH  WHISKIES  THE   DISTILLERS'   COMPANY,   Ltd.,  Edinburg, the largest holders in the  world of Scotch "Whiskies.  THE CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR SCOTCH  Whisky is one of the leaders���try it.  Agency for full stock at Victoria for  B. P. RITHET & 00., LTD.  .    Victoria*  B.   C.  ������-.;���,.;: A. B^ X^AYr  Kootenay Representative  ���'; ���*. '-*':_ :-'7 'R fi. Sm ^lMeteon.:  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES ,  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  , ��� GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDTER  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  THEY ARE THE BEST  You can get them at  MCDONALD'S  Baker Street.  -,?***********************,.  \ H. H. PLAYFORD & SO. |  K00TEFAY TENT NO. 7,  K. O. T. M.  A dance under the auspices of the above lodge  ���will be given in Fratemity  Hall on  TUESDAY EVENING, OCT. 8th.  TICKETS  ri_.cr._c. DING l  \    SUPPER    /  $1.50  LADIES FREE.  FISHING TACKLE  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  9  9  9  *.  nt  9  Mi  Mi  Mi  CIGAR |  Mi  9 TOBACCO   AND  $ MERCHANTS.  9    9    9  9-o.n Box 637.       .   Telephone 117. ��  .*  Mr  nt P.O.  %  A. JR. BARROW, A.M.I.G.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner of Victoria and Kootenay Streets  P, O. Box S5��.     :'���'. ____I_8_EHONJC 3SO. SB.  15 RODS LEFT  25 PER mi REDUCTION  COME AND SEE THEM  GANAOA DRUG & BOOK GO.  K.-W.-C Block.        Corn��r Ward nnd Uaker Hi H  R. REISTERER & C0.-I  BBJ-WRRa and BOiTtrraa o��  FINE LAGER BEER,  ��� ���-.-������:''',.AND PORTER*  ALE  Prompt ao_l regular delivery to tbe trades-  B3____W3BBY  AT N_S___0_.


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