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 i&&t  ���-*'*..   i    tr" '  I  ���-r*-***.-  . y  *i  t��i  ESTABLISHED  1892  t;THU"RSDA.Y MO^ltfGf OCTOBER  10,   1901  0_SS  DArLYAEDITION.Vc  J!  IS  IN WHAT CONDITION ARE  THE LE ROI,BOOKS?  MB.  JUSTICE   WALKEM 'GRANTS  ORDER IN THE BEAMISH    ~  - * CASE.       -   .   *     '  to 2 1-2 feet'in width.. The ore encountered appears to be of a good-grade, but  no assays of it have been taken in this  city,  all  samples 'being"forwarded  to  the office of the company in Rossland.  Work will be continued on the surface  of   the   Referendum   as   long   as   the  weather will permit     The prospecting  shaft on the maln.-v.eln, which it is now  proposed to sink on the ore to the 100-  foot level, is not down 35 feet.-so that  it will have tb be sunk something more  than 65 feet. >. Workt will"'also be done,  on the  surface  showing  of the  other''  has been shown to run from 20 inches-  vein and with luck" the'company should"  have the necessary connections made inside of two months months and;the difficulty with respect to bad'air overcome.  ROSSLAND, October 9.���[Special to  The Tribune ]���The statement made today that thirty union men who had a  contract with the Le Roi company when  the strike commenced returned to work  this morning is untrue, _ according to the  secretary* of the miners'-' union, who  states this evening that the men in question had not and would not return to  work until the strike is settled.  A great many rumors have been current on the street today concerning affairs at the Le Roi company's office, the  state of the company's books and other  $v> minor matters, but the stories," ~while  ifc  not lacking interesting details,"* are not  u  1/  1  -j Secures Title Without Dowry.  LOUISVILLE, Ky., October 9.���The en- >  gagementfOf Miss Pattie Burnet Ellison,  of'this city to'sii Charles Henry" Lock-  hart Ross of England is announced.  Miss Ellison's position "amongJ titled  budes is unique, for she has no personal  foi tune'. She is the great grand-daughter  of geneial Charles Scott, the third gov-  ornor of Kentucky,-and a general" of  Washington's "taff Sir Charles' is said  to< be the thiid largest land owner In  Great Britain: V ,' .  confirmed sufficiently for~ publication.  ' The supreme court sittings opens to  mprrow morning. > Mr. Gillan, as coun  sel for Thomas Beamish, today obtained.  an order from Mr. justice Walkem calling on the crown to show 'cause why the  conviction made by  the. police   magistrate .and -.confirmed  by  county  judge  Leamy should not'be   set   aside. "The  matter will come up at the'���sittings on  Friday.-- -       "^v-.    j  -  v Railroad Man Us. i a Gun. *--  SYRACUSE, October 9.���Harry Brain-  ard of Albany, a passenger trainman "on  the New -,Y?rk> Central, shot, three ���< 38  / calibre bullets into John Myers of King-,  ston; New York, * formerly a railroad  man, at rthe'Central station in this city  at 9:20 .o'clock this evening1.. Myers had  Brainard's overcoat on his arm, which  about an > hour before had been stolen  from the locker lof one of the coaches  of train No. 8 on which Brainard was'  employed. Brainard was^placed, under  arrest. Myers" was taken' to the' fiospi-  tal.   He will recover.,   i * .-*,>,  Jdfe  *      Explanation of a Disaster.  LONDON,-October"9.���A singular acci-  ,dent, whicli. may probably throw light  on the lossjof the torpedo boat destroy-'  er Cobra recently, has just occurred "to  the torpedo boat destroyer Crane While  she was on her way from-Portsmouth to  Portland the engine hands noticed*-that  her deck beams were buckling amidships.  The destroyer immediately returnod1  with full speed to.'Poi ismouth An examination shoy/ed that there had been  imminent danger-of another disaster  such as befell the Cobra >     ... *  per gallon; other wlnesv bottled, 8s; in  bulk, 6s; manufactured tobacco, 3s 6d*  per pound; imported leaf tobacco, Is 6d  per pound; excise, Is; cigars,-5s 6d," plus"  15 per cent ad valorem; cigarettes 6s  6d; sugar imported .��6 per ton; excise  i.3, with a rebate ot ��2 if grown by  white labor only; cottons and linens 10  -and.15 per/cent; furniture 20'per'cent.  . ���>.  _      ** '.  . ' t Satisfied With' the; treatment,    y  * NEW; YORK, October. 9.yTlie __onor(_  able Hugh Kelly, secretary of-the. Royal'  -Ulster Yacht (Club,^ sailed^today Ion the  steamer Majestic.*- He exprcsVed^liimself  as beipg /perfectly satisfied withwthe  treatment'he recoivfed^here and the'fair  treatment .that t had nbeen, accorded, the  Shamrock/II.?He^said 'that 'Mr. Lipton  would not challengefnext,yearCand Mr.  Kelly had1-no idea?when, he' would He  was , satisfied, howeyer, ,that. JSngland  "i would' again** strive' to' lift the cup.'''     <  Exposition. Prizes Awarded _��  BUFFALO, October 9.���The total number of awards announced ���'by the Pan-  American exposition judges today were  31937'divided1 as 'follows:   Gold medals',  887; /silver-; medals,-' 1 _*>d;  bronze, 1147.  There were'also 1384 exhibits "that received honorable-mention.'The United  States heads the list of_ prize winners,  with 601, gold .trophies,��663 'silver, -562  bronze,' and. .470" honorable   mentions  Mexico comes^next with 78 gold medals,  , 151 silver, and^ 139 _bronze. . Canada<-re-  Aceived,13.<gold,1* 23. silver, -17 > bronze,'and  "34 h6norablevmentibns:" ** ' *  SDBMEMSfii  'JROOTE  -FEASIBLE  *] H t ABLY^LOCATED;  _v :  PR.0B-,  *.'  ULL."  ft  ���s   -fc **���  G BADE MAT IBB TWO AND A HALP  ^piRtCENTAFOR.SOME, urJ '  '5,-1  F0   I��'.^8?AN0B.  v  *._ . ���  ''J (Ml %  *1 JJ  j*v _* r   *-\  . I '  j.'. '��� "*  -   *   " J  - /'I I-  ANOTHER MINE TO BE ADDED  J-Jfe-   r  MEN1  -THE CHAPLEAU SETTLEMENT  I * .        . .       j-S *. ., t    t 0  ..,..- .Proposition^of,the Company.  'yxxyxiy^yxfH^x^xXim^x^y^yxxxiyxxy;-.............  KJ;i_.Apmeeting^pj^  ' ;;|Chi*^ieau|Miniiig .Coin  'vwithin^tSe^6_^'_'fe_^day  ;..*;pose,ftpf*;;C6nsWering|;a^^^  v^qii'cltprs^ofsther^TO  y^li^setticm^fcityall^  , y'yCliapiifaufcpmpan^  -cial^difficulties^thevclaimsKcifuthe .Nelsoii  ^fromr.timeytaytime^'haye^reduc  "*   ::. a_r.puiitj; about-''bne^half,*jand;* atyth__ _ last  i     ZZ sess.pnl^bf ^he^cpunty: *��purt-!'judg_heht  '     ,i;fbr|tli^unimi^balance^.TO  '.'"'SeVsignV-d^-byJjBpM  7 yrFrbinV'cdrrespo^  ^theyie_d-&f_.b-ib_4th_^hi_tlea  '>-'in"_:F_^hc_-.^rrragei_ic_ats :;fpr;Hhe^final,  ^���settlementf*bf the. claims:have^bechsnex^  *��� .        Greenwood'Local News.   '   *  GREENWOOD, ^ 'October 9.���[Special,  to The Tribune.]���The worlc being done-  on the. Ruby,mineral claim, in Smith's  camp, near Boundary^ Falls, is showing  up a nice body of copper ore. In one  place the ore is about four feet in thickness, and Is more solid than 'any, that  had previously beenv exposed in quantity o,n>th_ daimt^So much'preliminary-^  work had tobe done In'theJ way vof road-^  making,'.ge);t.ng in- and\ fixing the J5-  -horse,power'portable boiler 7ahdlengine,  repairing buildings,' etc., that it has only**  been practicable during the past week  ���or  sfor.  ������'jecte'd for pie .pastftwo^Sveeks; ;They. arel  now':at.hand.^Thevrb-fer which.the'ehap-  ; "ieau^compaiiy make for tli'b liquidation'of*  ���the 'claims: by the .issue;of -2000; shares or  -Chapleau';at-.Cthe prlcerjpf-rtenyshillings,  Z. e_chF;which:_wilin be bxcbangedXagains.  v   2400 sharesAintlie*Kaslo,& Slocan Gold  - i Mines,yLimited, a companytiwhichyhas;  7x Abeen; .incorporated :fbrV.:the ypurpose" of  :r amalgamating Vwlth V the ;Warner-Miller  . -Syndicate .'and.. French .'���people; owning  - yyminer^l claims:lniBi'itish^Columliia, the  '-number of claims,totaUhg*52. The capital-of the-'Kaslo fe; Slocan Gold; Mines  .will .b'e'r.eS0O,00,6,|dlvnied   into  800,000  , shares' of/ �� 1)veach;'- InVadditibn ��� to the  X stock the Chapleau* company also agrees.,  to 'release all * moneys to come to the  company from-the government as an ap-  '   prbpriatiohi-to -the Lemon creek wagon  .x^oA7r^m:7yrr:7 7r.zrzyxZt  The solici,tprs for, the Chapleau report  ���that the new;.cbmimny.^will;ybe;'flpated  in {about. > a. month, when yit" is expected;  7 -work ?upon tlie severalZclaims willy be.  :l ;Tesumed;_witliqut ;*;delay; ���:'-; r 7yyxZ7y7y7  >*Wo-k -Suppendeii. \on 'then ^ ef ���*-f n duirn. -  .;���'���-r.'?^^^^  Mot::ihe'. dCTelopment ;bf; ttev,Refer<^4w?;.  '���>��� *vgrbup ohyFprty-|nine' ;'creek;;* has ybeen  .  obliged to'suspend bperatipns;in; the un^v  ���;V!der^bun���Swbri_iia_s ;owing^tp';bad:'air';���  ;' For the* past .few; weeks ;Mr.yLynch*.;' has,  "i'beendriving on:the-;vein,.,from the'ltfOr,  r ��� y fpot;level;in the'shaft; tbyget .in-under!-  V���-���':=��� a' shpwingvof rich ore some 75. feet frbin;  "'"'  the- main shaft, which* had /been'opened;  ��� up jwith a short prospecting: shaft sunk;  -to a 'depth of 35;feet.': The drift to strike;  I' this:-���showing on. the,'/100r foot'-'-level was;  -'������pushed in"for"65:feet, andyit_was.esti-;  mated,that inside:bf-,the next-15 feet.it  -would- break into the -. or e ��� body, sought,;  ibut the "air in-the';drift has beenso bad;.  Z .during ^the iast:.,:few/-;u'a'ys   of- murky;  ' ���weather' thatlity was ;l_hpossible: to; work  7-^ below Zio any ^advantage.'- For similar  ' reasons thel^ork-vyblch; was being done'  in the- drift Von; the .ledge to, thQ left ,of r  the main, ledge was also abandoned for  the present.- This secon'dVledge, is about  ��� 100 feet'to;the .west,of that upon which  the main'shaft, was, sunk, and it,waa being explored ..by .means   of,. a .crp'sscut-  *'���; driven from, the 50.. foot.; station.;, in ythe.-.  shaft   Drifting   has   been   caLrried   oh -  yboth "-ways, from the pointyywhere'this  is  ��which5iS-1)eihgvpil^;bri.th&fdumiB^  'bth^r-l-U-y; distant^ aboutT48'0^f ee^ls^alsp.-;  yiii>_in^;bre.:'Whilstfa:ithird|^  ?lb>v .t_.eSlatter_ahd;;;appafen^  width;;_atherlth^h.'the::ieng^^  ���i^iinntheiprettiest;{lookihg 'brs.yetif6ur.dji  ?pht^he?\5lain*iS.^rhe. indicatibhs^irjfethat_  ; a; ;f ewy weeks' twprk--_vlll;; p'rpvb-.the ijoccurf I  . rence^h-UheyRiiliy?of "or -Tjitfycc^siderafl  ^Ue.qi_ahtity{ahdithat"aribthe^mine.wi.  jihere! he"addedStb' those ;ih.the}^undaryi|  .hbw/tniaihtaihihg? regiilari;shipments, t^  ���the'ssmelters>yThe Ruby�� workings ;/are;;  .within*; av quarter; of ya; mile. bfcthetStand^  ^ard'iPyriticCbmpariy.'s smelter/Jsovthat.  ;when ��� these,- works; shall b'e,: in^operatioii  ��� it;*willHbeveasily>practicable to.;run;;an  _ae_i_Mra_-wafedb_gh^tblth._m,ith_e__m  A Mission of Be*, enfje.  ^^_._    *��^    _. _r_. ^^. ^.      _.       .���. yf  .  * MANILA, October 9 ���General Smith  sailed from here, today for the relief of  the island of Samar He will take command of Samar and Leyte, so as to  enable,"-general ^Hughes' to"devote .himself to the island of Cebu, where, trouble  is possible unless strong measures are  adopted. Geneial Smith will be accom-  *>pani<-:d by a^batallion-of the Seventh m-  .fantry', who are' anxious to avc'nge,.the  disasterUo company C of the Ninth infantry 'Finther accounts from Samar received hero show that norrlble mdigni-  tiesJwefe perpetrated on the dead.bodies.  r _  1 ;������y     *��� *"      7   \  '"    *" vSu^ar'Trust for Mexico. ~  h ALBANY New^York, October 9.���The  Amalda  Sugar Refinery, of ������ New York  (3_ty. .was 'incorporated <today  with   a  capital of $3,500,000 i Thelcompany will'  "���soperateAin Mexico,. Frank White, the attorney who1 filed�� the .certificate, states  ''that-,the. company * proposes ,to_ establish  'the^largest sugar plantiin Mexico!"*'' I    ^  WerMare Noltuittr  ^The��much?Jtall_e'd' of'government^ail-t  .ipad^survey; 'has been^ jCompleted, ^-lays,  jtho' 'Princeton* Star?ot "^he* 5th{ instant,-'  and the report of ex-governor Dew'dn_y  has probatily tby this time been plafced'  in the hands of the chief commissioner-  ofv'lands and*i*v?orks''.atv>Victoria. Itj'willJ  beJ*ofMnterest>'to the^gfeneral public to'  lcno^som'ethirig, of\heHwork entailed,-  the topography of" the country over-  whichUhe lines were run. and the actual-  course" taken, as^well as \ the different^  reconnaissances made,during thework^  of^th_e>p>djtro'n^i^ -r,-iJ*#VV '  *��� -The "party * consisten'"of ex-gbvernor  Dewdney,' engineer^n-chief,", havingf'as'  .his aides'.FrankjMoberly, to whom wasj  'detailed the work^on the eastern slope.,  'H.'Carry,, who*-ran tne lines ^from the!  summit-of Railroad pass to Hope, and  .   -  ^fjiirors-yWouidn't^  workings .being, at. a much higher level;  thah*the smelter.-; The; RUb;y. is J-;jindefe  bond.tb'betroit,-Michigan, partiesi^rep-;  resented. byHp;..W_Hayesi p_esident*'of-  theFirst National Bank of Detroit, who;  is'- expected tb; shortly visit'the   claim.  TheVsame' people have; also acquired the  adjoiningclaims���the Ruby Fraction. 95,>,  Horseshoe, and Sylvanlte.   The development; wbi'k is -being doneyunder" the; di-,  rection of James Hamilton, whp'hasrhad  manyyyeat's' experience  in  opening fup:  new properties;  ~Z;V. ���'���,"'"> r'uyZu;  :; J.;J. Campbell,of, Nelson is in Gneen:  - wood on;, business. James < Aridersbn,  manager of the "-Bank lit British North  America at*"Rossland, who has been,  spending a- 'few days   with- friends ; at  , Greenwood; -.leaves tomorrow", riding  lover the Dewdney trail to Rossland. He  jgoes thence to the coast on; a vacation:  ���''��� A man-named;.Duncan McCallum, a  ;minei%;Whb has been, employed.ihf this  neighborhoods'more _>than a year,.;met;  with a strange accident at Robson on  Monday.. He fell;off the railroad,platform, ori his. head.;.'When 'assisted.'up.he  seemed unhurtV- but-appareritly (Jid: not;  - know where he -came; from; or.' where he  ���'���.'was-..going: ..Friends hereyare anxiously;  inquiring as to his'whereabbuts..; *Heyin-;  'tended going to yancouyer,; thence on a  .prbspectirigHrip.', SHeis'a good.;.miner,"pf;  "steadyyhabits,'anditvis;thought;he will  be; heard from' shortly, v:'; ��� ��� ,'fv ;���['ZZ';|x'i.;. -"Z'{���;  'pThe tender of Lequiine &;P6wers', saw-  'millers- of -Midway; y'and ; P.* ;F.:.Travis,',  builder;- of Greehivpod; ���.���'haye;-;v,heeh"-;.-'ac-.;  ,cepted for 'theyc'onstruction^of-the new:-;  ^'bridge^;over'Kettle, ^ver^atvahgrim's,.  vbetweeh-- Midway?and Rock. Creekr'-_Rie .  .amount is^?2575 .'-The bridgewillyhave  three' spans, each' 63 feet;: total.length  212^feet; over -all y timber ' bridge pile  piers,' each pier 13 piles, 19;, feet high  from- the river bed;:;; The; old abridge,  howyCbhdemhed, '.was builtylh* 1884; ��� ���-yv j  ; . V.V; &*B.; railway, 'surveyors, who are  running a line" down .Eholt .creek, thence  down Bbundary, crbek, located.,a -line  through .Greenwood and; Ahacohda today.   Will go thehce "down the; valley to  'Midway/-1;';;,;;>;;''���' '-'ZZ'ZZ: ,x r.ry'..7    .**.;.:  ���^against: the;Fra_er<ri^r^_^r*^^  fl^;s^sbri|;-pok*;p*fe|;I^  Concluded if in;^^),;asslz^he^|il^^t^  % iiightr ;Si_.|fi!^erinen .*^.^i^r|b(isi^th_  ^carryihgy'-fir^rms  tturb.the.peacevyandythe;(jinV^  IpiitV-anShour y;ahd r> a;Chalf ;ibrought*in'i;a'i  -.verdict4 of f*. hot ^guilty.'^The'^elrdici^cr.e^-y  (ated'a;sensatibh*iih,;coui-t.'Vrhi_?^^^  .firstbfsthirty.ihdictmerit  'madefevery:effort tb prove cases;strprig--J  ly;hs"ipbssible.yJudge.D-akb*ch_rgediyer  ^���strbhglj.;iagaihst;)the^ prisoners;*. gbingi;to;  '���} the "extent;; of ridiculing;ytheir^.defense;  ^heipe=is-i_&prbb_bility__that|if^he^urie^  -heretwill-hot .convict/ the; cases;wili;,be.  made the-Cold., Water and .West^Fork.  ���of OtterrrecOnnaiBsance. and James His-,  lop, P.jU.~S.7'of.Princeton,^to whoip af-'  terwards was detailedHhe work of mak-|  , ing-the Roche river reconnaisance. ". ***  The" course .of'theismvey madet bjFj,  .Cairy from the <.umm'it of Railroad pass]  will be the fiist'takenjup, following from'  Hope, in'a continuous course/although!  the actual, lines were^run westward^to]  Hope.jThe.line^omnienccs about a milof  -noith ,ofi.HoS.e.j, havinb an altitude-off  1S7' fet' above ',sea^ level The. direction'  taken is?"easterly,--'crossing from the left!  to  the* right  bank   of  the   Coquihallal  .At'jCthis .point occurs.,"the first lmpedi-  t ment, on-the line^in-;the shape1 of "Un-  knowrf mountain, situated between the  .junction of-the CoQ.uihalla-and Unknown*  ..creek xHere a .oop^'or,."switchback of 12'  miles in'length is/necessitated to drop  fiom the 4000-foot altitude-of Unknown'  .mountain to the level * pf % Union creek,  ybfUSOO^feetjlhpJ^hlb  ito .'��� RailroadSpfesI^  yhiiles.vHereMis;j;^  ;;streteh?c^;ebuntr^thi-ee;_hiles^i^  yHer..;y;was;sfbim  tplantedy,;bj._.iEhglan(l^the^e  'charge- bf ���>;tt_e'*recbh_dai-'sahce.'made ��� by  ^heyCft;P.3l^inithat|^ea^Sft;"^  ;py;The^^pb^aphy^a'P^i|l^  f through .^hieh^thi^'line^asS  Hope 'to?-*the.suhimitpqf;SRailr,pajdypass,'  aydistahce;--.bf. ASYz '".fflie'sj'��is|*bheV.*w'hich'  Xpi'esentsyinpf; realj difficulties?to? the'--en- ]  igineer.g;;The;;^  ;;mbuntainpus,- vbutithe^cbursb,; f ollbwsjfin  iits'i entirey'lehgth;*- a^y-iverMgrad -_i;whbse  ; maximum'dees* not;exceed_2%?per cent,  .andthat,*only;at-a pc^nt where'the;loop  y is _ madb; :;in ;;descer_ding^  sides of the river, no evidence of snow-  slides could be found.      ,      , ', .   .  The two routes may now be compared,  rand with the assistance of a table of distances, and th<_   physical "features" and  characteristics of the country traversed,  the probable course,.of the Coast-Koot-'  enay railroad may be approximately determined. _    ,       -.    ,, .< ',  The. distances' of, thek" Railroad ".pass,  route'are as follows:   26'miles to'curve  in loop at Unknown^creek',-6 miles'back1  to loop on Unknown*" creek,-5-1-2-.miles  to Railroad pass, 3 1-2 miles down Rail-  Toad^ creek to'Tulameen river, "16 ^miles  -downs Tulameen* river to' TulameenV'18'  .miles,,down river,to Princeton,-,beingsa'  total of 75 miles.   .     ,   \   f,   *,^     rit  "', That ofthe   Cold water-Otter. route  - gives a total mileage-, of 93,'being calculated; on < the following' oasis :W Hope to  .head, of Coquihalla*-34^ miles," 16', miles  .down the , Cold water, v 10 i miles, across  'plateau to low pass of JWes^Fork' of  Otter, 15'miles down Otter1 creek to*Tu-|  lameen/iand 18 miles 'ten Princeton.'^ 'It'  willibe seen that .the latter route exceeds6  the, former a t distance of 'JS miles, al-i  'though the pass "attained, shows'a'less!  altitude by about 500 feet.1-- "The'jroute'  of the former passes through' one oft the*  richest' mineral belts of^the^province,*!  -tapping as it does the'rich'ores'"of Sum-1  ynit City and the adjacent Boulder,-Bear,",  ^andSKelly creek campss of the .Tulameen. <  "No mineral ^has yet 'been tmet with inl  ithe Ooldwater route, although vit'presents a magnificent,*-^weir watered graz-  'ing.country. - .   *������>? f.'...7- -, -������'ty, ���"���  K'}  p> Little need be'said of the^reconnois'-'  "sane'e made by James^Hislop. *P. L. S.;i  ,as 'this'' route J is   impracticable,*'^'-apart  "from* the  insurmountable1 engineering*;  ^and' financial difficulties-.which'" stand .in.  'the "way.   The   canyon   off the. south]  ^Similkameen   from11. Nine^-mile^'.to. (the]  ^junction 'of the' Passayton^and i Roche*"  ���rivers'presents*a chaos1 of^crags,-inter-'  sected-by  deep  gulches ^iheading��r back)  from the river, leaving bold promonto-j  ���ries of rock through whichjjthe. ventur-J  ^some engineer would have to'cut his way!  1 along the precipitious��� sideiof",the river.f  'The .Skagit bluffs present -another .engi-j  neering difficulty; although'.i"thej heavy'  -iWork,_vould be the descent from .the lake]  "toTithe  bottom,, striking 'Hope^among/"  mountain crags whose crests1 rear from]  ���1000 to 6000 feet ih height. "."'I-*. .     ryl  " >. The consensus o��<opinloh--of^the mem-.  ; bers "^of ithe railroad "survey^party who|  have been operating in the .Hope moun-;  tains, show conclusively*tha,t\ the 'onlyi  feasible route which can be had through*  that.range is the one following through]  ,vthe Railroad . pass ���> down - the "e Tulameen f  .to'Princeton.   This'may b^e looked"uponl  as the ., probable , route' taken"' by  the  Coast-Kootenay^railway. - r~- YS*  r        ' l lr r.     I' '       *~       *���- "   -"i*  r    r-^i     ' ., ���;-,       V  ity, inability to execute(a,contract, 'the,  existence of a living wife or husband or  like  reasons .which  practically, render  the marriage null .and void. "This sec-*,  tion has been a bbne of,contention,"a  sti ong element in the'church holding  that 1 thb  remarriage' of the * innocent  * party   to   a > divorce   granted   on * the  .-grounds of infidelity should not "be for-  ���* bidden. This "element has refused to accept the canon. The question is. by no  .means settled, as the whole subject is  ^nowr to come up. in the house |of .depu-,  ^ties, where'.it is jexpected to' cause a  .protracted-debate.^ *,_.* \-, ''. '-**"* . 1}  Ai  ^Waints Foreigners Witt-drawn^*-,. - ^  Ti\ PEKIN,,,, Octob^; 9.4Prince '^Ching  j has .written, to the^mihisterV orthe .pow-  ers requesting a withdrawal .from'Pekin'  of  foreign  business--establishments:' It  illegally * established there** and ** that "all  should ' be Amoved- tb-vtreatyv.'ports.'i He^,  desires the ministers'toTsecure,their Ve-,  moval. The ministersT have!, arranged a  '/meeting on !the - request^pf^Dr.^Mumm'  ^Voh Schwartzenstelfir-'German 'minister^  sto 'endeavor to agree on Joint representations in "opposition to, prince" Ching's  .demand.' A 'controversy ^regarding .the  ��� payment of octroi'byYi foreign merchants'  1 appears \ to have^preclpitated tho - issue.  'One'hundred doing a large"business with  the "Chinese objected^to^the'octroi tax?  ���arguing'that the'goods were<for_,the use'  ,of legations.  Prince ��Ching^ points out*  that  goods  required^"by^the/legations  can**be ordered by-them*from ^the'treaty  ,-ports and when so'oridered'>are-hot dutiable.  The foreign , business, community  in*Pekn, although small.Ms" important'.-  Its piesence is ��� essential ito the comfort  and  convenience^' of -legatlpns.^ahd^its,  members" hope"* their-statusrmay" now be  _a��no_ ,   A .'      -���-     UAiA    ll/  0   '-.���.'  *- '���?- *i  [AMOONTrRAISEO^ORlMISS  " ;X_"tf  "abductors Jbf. M.sf, Stone ^re^WbVr|f%I  -ofthe' old 3_ace^oSian%^mrait_e^ac-_i#^W  .iA^_>_^��i,^^r^Ln_��]  defined. . - *���   .-'.  -* ^ 'l*,^ J"  Wi  .!- ��m  THE DOMINION OF CANADA  -    *---v.  f  Happenings infBrie^^^; f> ^ r ���*  7 yZZZ'% ..'AustraliVsy -Tari^Billv,;;' y yZ  yyMELBOURN.-,;Australia/October;9^  ; The commonwealth tariff bill introduced  in the. federalyhouse... of. representatives  yesterday by* iyir.'-Kingstoni,' minister; of  trade and commerce,' in addition to the  duties cabled last night provides for ythe  iollowihg:' dutips: '���:���Sparlding^?v_in e_^yl__;  , ... ��� . . .. .  j..'..  ..taken-'-upTthe';^^  ??^f.-?;W,omtyEemoveyResto  '^; EDINBURG?^ October {9.jrIn?.reply$to;  "an ^influential ;y ^elegatibh V*' represehting  ^Scottish iigricuitural interests;'the pres-,  icleiit' of,'the; board bf agricurture,:'Mr.'  .Hanbury,'said- today' that sbjlohg ias;he  "was -presideht "bf the board; he-; would  .never consent to the .removing'of -the;  restrictions2 bn the; importation; of.Canr  ':adian-;cattle.:*:;?j;;; ;y ���;-;--;���. -.;;; x-^tyyyyXfy  DP #yA BROKEN  *.'.^.;v^.-So>-a'.Torpnto PaperZAsserts? y,.17.7  ��� TORONTOj October 9.���Referrlnt.;*e{lfe  ;torlally to the death of Hon. ciarktWal-i  . lace, ��� the:)World, Independent .cbhserva-j;  ;tiye,,significantly remarks':tliat theilate  ;!eomptrb_ler--'?'bf?;customs,V-a'oc6rdih^.'..''��o.'  'dbctors,,.-'died ;bf perhicios';anemia;"but.'  :he;also died of a broken heart, and .what1,  ���''broke'*-- his'heart were twbr.thihgs?.:;i.irst,-,  ;the. discoveryythat there was";���_npyrpphi.-'���  iin the'.Conservative party for; a member  ; of. i ^parliament xin; Canaday whb:>: was' ��� bf  "stfong'?. bt estahtvand, Britishypririciples ;  ;ahd"iclisposed* ;t6*:'asser��*': the ���.same; ?and,;  ,second; thatvthere -werel leadersCihythe;  ��� Orange'��� order .who'!,were.; ready to ..sacri-;*  iftceftheir: pri_icipies:; foi' ;the; sake yof Cthe-  Conservative: party; and wereyready;:tp;:  .knife'ihim because';'of.-.aevprinciples; he;  asserted.:i:v:;v;?:-'*r.;'.--:-*.r���:'������.';, :-..���''H-'-'-v^fi*';'.;.....  rzZ B^^ypf?Jef_ries-Rul. lin^rig]].-1' yy'  % SA_^?FR^_NCI$CO, OctoW;9.-f_-pyem-  1ber;-15th;'-haSi been,'agreed: upon-, as yjthe  ydate'fOrithe*Jeffries-Ruhlin fight*in this  city., Jeffries -has posted $2500* forfeit and  ;.nothing ^remains, now but the. .selectibn;  ;bf "a. referee. .Ityis' generally?understood-.  that Hairy Corbett will?be selected.;Tim.  IHbgarty?: the; Australian: who.-. came;-to:  this city to,- meet McGpyer'n, ,has?as"reed.  :to-meeti;Kid;Lpigne.;,,''*;'yr:y;yy,:?y-;;.jr;^  ]r. -Ambassador White's Resignntioh.^. ?  ;^BERLIN,'/October .Si^The Berliner  ;Tageblatt says that there; are ^renewed  ii*uinbrs ,b>*.;way of Lohuon of the early.  Iresighatioh? of .^United States;ambassa-?  dor White. Nothing is/known'here(definite.^ bn-;the'?3ul^ect?y;���.'?-���^y;���':'���yyt'?."?.';^^  FEASIBLE R. R. PASS FOUND  ytj,  ������     ���..���--.  ' Vancouver Local News  if*K.if;*��**:  arbiind  Un-  ghalla^ to?* Unknown;' creek?  yknownbmountai n^  4^?The? line. crossc. s   ebmparativeiy .-. few  {streams?,crossing* first?the  Cbquihalla  ?a_hbrt?distance fromxHope, small'creeks  respectively,-':l^>nd;?ll',-ihileS;?distant,  ttiienyLadner's and Bbstpn, Bar iri consecutive order, to the;.secbhd 'crossing of  .^theCoquihalla., Moberly's party,had con-  'currently been continuing the lines from  the summit of,Railroad pass, ."tie anu nis  ?party had separated from Hhat of Carry  * at. Dewdney' .Crosslng;*pl'4%'';'miles; out of  Hope,   arid   ascending; Dewdney:   creek  from the Coqulhalla;"had 'reached their  starting'* ���point?about>^!*six miles from "its  source.   To  this  party, fell.-, the   lot  of  . much the easier, portion; of .the, work.  Starting from;England's stake of 1899,  they worked  down  the easy .grade of  Railroad creek, 3Vs miles' to: the Tulameen river. From .tl.at.pbl.it to the connecting of the4 Columnia & Western lo-  .cation line,?near;Prib'cetonjtno.eriglheer-  yingy,difficulty., [presents  itself/_ the?,.line  following ythe  river  its 'entire-'length,  at crosses . in the order?'hamed;> -Kelly,  ySiwash, Eagle,' and"'Rear.'?creejts,'.tq_the  .government    townsite ;." of '������;.Tulameen,  "where-it. crosses Otteri creekito follov.  -the, Tulameen - down its right; bank to  ;princetbn.'!!'';"T     ��� X-yr-.-Xy-i ��� :--'.;���;-,;  -!-���-; The  canyons  of the; Tulameen: may.  ;__ecessitate- some heayy- rock work, but  ;the gra;de is.an:easy*bhe. ;*:"��� "yZ- '.  I :������ On; August 25th; Car ry ^commenced: his  reebnoissance of the'?'alternative' route  of: the'.; (Doldwater and-' the West Fork of  the Otter. -'���' He Started on '--that-date from  the   headquarters   camp? .22.1-2   miles  froni Hope,.'on* the Coq-iiihalla river. The;  iriyer "was.. followed ; to its-��� headwaters,  where the summit was reached, discovering to Mew. a magnificent?plateau 34  miles from   Hope,-.dotted; with   small  lakes.   The grade to this .point ;is a most  :feasible; one. :On; thei left ,'was now met  ���the Coldwater river, which was followed,  down a distance of! 15 miles; from the  lakes: in a   northerly;' direction.'���'-������������ From  this point; an- easterly course; was taken  over a low pass known' ��_a the West Fork  "of Otter pass; having an; altitude, of 3500  feet, down the West Fork of the Otter  to the West Fork bridge of the:Nicola-  Princeton wagon road.    The Otter valley was traversed, following the course  of Otter creek about -15 miles ������ to Tulameen. : The country through which this  course was taken presents to view low  rolling .. hills,   covered , with . ,verdure.  From the 22 ;l-2-mile: camp to the headwaters of the Coquihalla, a river -grade  Is "found.? Though mountains oh .both1  y^ANG-OUVER^Oct_.i)br^9.-^[Speclali  >td^heKTribune.]4iGreat?yNortherh_eh-:s  ;gineers|haye|^rrived^hererandfa,re: sur^i,  fVeyin'g'prppfes^  fRoyai^City|miflj^t^^^  ^cbirUng^itfoi'-jthetrail^  Zf Neiyssl s |receiy eidy by Jthel?steamer?City *  {^q iE'. \ S^tS^toj^thei^f_ectythat?the;^ulwi^  ;riyer.|iststillib^  ply?and^that;__^ipbablyi;?it! ^Ulvremaih  ;ppen?tb;^^20tl_;;bf?the?mont^  yy^In|the)lSs^iesythis;morning:tw  accus'edffisherm"_n?gavb  :-the;st6rjKqf ,thepoliceofficers .���.that.;-th'e'y";  pullediguns?arid; ^resisted; arresti??The*  essericelofithe?detehce?is;that they?went  out ��� yiritht^nlbadedSguris, carrying fire-;  3rjnsrjjc^^f^i)i*p]fe_^      only, I: as ^th ey^  did'ini;former^years, and had,no.intenr  tioh^jbthei'^than:; talking "y. ith: Japs and  anypne:else.,who: were to befpund. there.  TwO'Withesses,?declared?that it -was "a  physicalyiimppssibility, for. Forrest',? another .bfj'tbe? prisoners., to   have y stood  with- bhe^fbbt ih; each boat, as officers;  had said,?and drawn a reyblver on them.  Fifteen .true; bills have been brought in  against/ Rogers, one; of; the   fishermen?  Ho, 'is. charged with intimidation,': carry-:;,  'ing"''flrMrm8';"ahd:���kidhappihg.���;:���������;";���!.-.;;'.-';���'.:-VJ������;.���"���'������  ; F. W. Mbberley's survey party arrived  today,"having found a good pass oyer  Hbpe:_ ihburitairis   fof^?the.* Coast-Kobt>  enay railway./,?'     -   y      -".���-'. <?'���  TENyrHOUSAND TO THE TON  ;     Eich Gold Find in Arizona.   :    y  TUSCON, Arizbna, October 9.���Charles  R.*and Porter W; Fleming of this place  have   arrived   here   from   the   Galiiso  mountains; where they report a remarkable discbvefy.bf gold. The rich find is  located >71 miles north of Tuscon arid  the vein of pre, according to the Flemings/ is 200?feet wide, and .6000 feet Jn  j length.?A canyon cuts through the. vein,  i exposing the ore on either side 'the full  ; length of. the' cut; The- Flemings assert  ithat from?the bottom of the canyon to  ithe surface the outcrbppings of ore will  :run  from- $5000  to" ?10,000  to the ton.  ��� They estimate: the', amount 'of gold; in  ��� sight'at the-enormous .sum of ?7,000,000.  iThe Tuscon Star of. this place is author-'  ; ity for the statement that .the stOry by  jthe Fleming brothers is authentic and  'that it is verified by the facts as above  ���given.       _,'.;.; .*' " ;'���  .���'*.'-������' ' ���'_ "*"-���?���*���. :y*       '���'  \       The;Episcopalian Convention..  : SAN FRANCISCO,? October g.-^The*  action of ;gi'eatest importance taken to-.  ^day by. the triennial Episcopal convention was. the adoption by the house of  ^bishops, by a vote of 37 to 21, of canon  M, which relates to; the solemnizing of  ���marriages. Its provisions; had previously been rejected, except those contained  ;in section .4, which forbade the,marrlage  'of..persons?divorced for any cause not  existing before marriage. "For any cause  not ,existing?;before marriage" is underV \  stood to! i-fcfer to1 ^uch causes:as insah-  .-, -  ��� -    >-     , i\ i'i^.#.^"z^^rj^^v���*,  . HUNTINGDON, Quebec,^ Octob��r^9.���  ������William ^Long-has 'beentcommltte'd-.for  trial/for^ the'murder^of, Daniel^Eabrle  at StJAgnes de Dundee^i'asrThursday.' j.  ' ^TORONTO,'' October/9. ��� Toronto^'is  full'of visitors,'who afe,<here to^take in  ;the sights of the city in/honor? of "the  duke and "duchess of York and Cornwall.  V TORONTO,' October- &���The results of  the .sheep judging at the Pan-American  exposition shows that Canadians.secured  S2152'in prizes to S1390 ^received ,by Am-  ericans., '7 ._ _<3^ , "Wf >z  ���f" MONTREAL/^-OctoberrS.���Two 'more-  c'aSes of smallpox developed at St.'Henri  municipality, adjoining Montreal, this  morning, making in'all eleven cases in  .Jthatjpjace^^  '.^.Lb-TOd^'.'Ont'a^^  ductbr|William*Bur^t^;of:|theyft Grand|  Ti-uri,k*? i^j^aysvy^  aishuhJtihg^erigine^ihjJtheVEas^tt  ?^ard^l^tjnj^tl?|g?g|i^;|^  ^^^'OTTAW^Ebc t�� 1)^ F^her!;  yWhelahiflatei^bf^NewS^estihihste^l^  ?C.y?dled;'he_^:.ast^hightr:-_f?cbh_^_^  ?aged^33?:years. ^He;J is'?a? bro  ;' John? Whelah;yof ���> ;NewaWestr^n^_ ^j;. ;W  ?ygTd_0NTP?};c.b_D^  that?the??Rbyal^Ciaria_li8ih^AYacht:l-C^  ; bhallerige;: for; the?Amer icsi's? cupi-isytakeh:  'seriously?; h_.re;;althbhghaAemi  ; vis.brieibf ;its?mbst';promirient;members,  is ?satisfied?>that? sirjiThbnias.^Lipton's:  Shamrbckyis;capable of'<taking;it. ;.;?;.7  i'f6w^N.,VSQlJND,?;p?^^dctbber^^  ^AWdecided^eifort^wasSmadp^e  ?mbrning:? to Z rob ? Mblsbn'sy;? bank, yliere?  /rhe;,,ribise^ in?; breaking * ;bperiy the ?rear  door; aroused'.clerk? Van -Duzeri;; sleeping ?in?the: bank.? The rbbbers':bpened  ?flre.;bn? hiin and he* retiirried; it; hitting  brie of the burglars, who thereupon;de-  camped. Police;are working, on the  .'���'ca s,e..;?;;\- Z.xy yrZZZi,;?'?? ',**?:*i* :'"?;;*���'?;-.y'*y?  :'?!yMONTREA_^; 'October :*8^-Sir Chris-  tophei-; Furness, of London, head of the  ^Furness ; lino of���- steamers arrived: here  this; morning. ! Tomorrow sir Christor  pherV accompanied'by sli'Wm; Van  Hbrrie;?-H?rM. Whitney arid Jas. Rossi  start, on a visit to the works of the Dominion; Irony and Steel company at  Sydney. After that they will go over  th'e C. P. R. to British Columbia for  an inspection of the mineral wealth of  that; province.  SCHREIBER,   Ontario,   October   9,���  The special train of the duke and duchess of Cornwall and York is again on the  north shore of lake Superior on the long  run through Ontario. They reached Fort  William at 6 o'clock this morning and  when their engines and "crews had been  ; changed were awaj% again for this place,  which was reached shortly before noon.  ; The train-leaves the ��..ie of the Canadian Pacific railway at North Bay tomorrow and runs to Toronto over the  Grand-Trunk railway,  making several  stops  as they run  down _ through  the  province? of Ontario.    y;y    ?      %  " MONTREAL,   October * 9.*���The . Star's  London cable says; the president of the  \board of agriculture has decidedso far  to reopen the question of admission of  ���Canadian cattle as to receive a deputation of Scottish agriculturalists who desire the removal of the embargo.. Agricultural journals cover the ministry with  - warnings of the terrible risks of import-  jing disease, forgetful that the president  ! himself admitted that the embargo can't  be justified on the grounds of disease.,  . It must be justified, if justified: "at all,  ,on  the grounds  of general .policy;   In  .other words, as a departure from free  trade in the interests of British farmers.  ^BOSTON/pctober^.^A'ddi^hrmh^M  Stone ^ransoiS-:" fun-d^h^Sn^cti^^W  ;aiiSS&eck^^?^G:%��  * fund;  _. ft-  gi*egates nearly. $56,000s��M\&%��Ph^">  WASHINGTON^^^'-- o*^���!** l."___  allowed by*Miss  rcsyyx?ti?,'*, fn-i   . .*���>   ���x'T'S-t?��.  i, Stones 7kidnapers - ex-U*i#3l.  tpned yesterday, yct"shVis,still-alive'and;!i?'��^  unharmed. - It-is/known/'now,. officiallyTW^Si  <-���__.   hor'1 captors ? have, granted J-ah ex-4)'^Wl  that-  tension of^time, how much is.notrstatecl^fi?^^  and the.officiajs.feel.that if therrespoh-vS^l  ses to the appeals'of-Miss Stone's,friendS- V/WJ,  ^do^ not cease orSdiminish therr.is" ye"t^l_F*S  5reasonablei,hope^_>f:getUng^the .mbney^-l?^1  in season foi'saving her'lifer'The"dan-f:"^^-  ger in"the situation is-m'the abatement'^ "  of popular, interest, which'was so "gen- , . .^..  <erally,,imanifested%during;,JtheiiflrstefeTC?^  'i-"_i_^'��.l'__,'_ _. ���11 _^l_.ii_L*'I_-c?__T.,^*'5:-r_'_'-'_''-T*,'-''',-r''v''-oj-*"--<v-'^  ���-'yr.)_���-,-,iy!^?&ryjE��c  > ZMil  .���M-S-fl  Cstete'^deifei:tmen^  ^���Dickinsbri" atVCb^hstahtlnbpl    _^_^yirifcthat|_|i^  Miss -if. Stone;:-had^beens; located _;: in^the^l���  ambun.ains^h;ithe^urkish:ff_bhtier?aM  United .;StatesJamlmssador;|f��Ir:yiTqweri5|^S^M|  haSjli^hmostSi^lYe|inicphr^cH  . _.   ,.   .,... , _,-,Mm  ��� the;;abducth?n. q).<Miss. Stbn^  ;*haS;'';had:i*:seyeral;?Hhteryiewsyfiwithv*the|s  :bfficialsybf;;thb;f breigh'bifice;bhythe?sub^;||g^  ���ject.5*The "Russian*gbverhmeht;Usy;!bpi^f#|^@S|  .dially-iupportine^the'effbrtsbein  ;to ; secure ithe j;releaseyvbfy:they*Ariiericah;|l;;^^^|  ^yy^rzrZr:'-::::1: ''?'???;???X-????:|;"5Si  '������: xy ZZ Ru8sia^lB^-Npt~Satis_ie^  '??LONDpN,^'Oc|ph^  here as certaihitMat there willbeah'bui-^iS^SI   &?0mm  break bf civil'war ih Afghanistan?'*;says  a dispatch from;; St. Petersburg^toytli^^gj^  Daiiy?Mailj?:"arIsi'ng;_rbm the'plaims?(.t^j||t^|j  they fourth?sbh; of.- tlie: late' ameer^/Mor? S;-!iM  hammed: Oulah Khani ^ho?; hs-fiiyored " **J?_SS  byRussia. Telegrams were sent to Kiish?  today: ordering large reinforcements ofi  Russianytrpops along the frontier ;to be  in ?readiness if necessary to:, seize  Herat." -���.;:*ZZx'-   , ���     -,--?'��� ,:Z-^yyzryZy  FATAL BOILER  EXPCDSIOHy  .;,vv:.SJSS-|  Zi0M>  rim  rzrm  .*.y.-j��v^5  zzmi  '���-*i��s  '.*,:-"'??"��� Many ������ Injured.;;   'xZ^Zyy  ERIE, Pennsylvania, October 9.���This  afternoon a large boiler in the : brass  foundry of the Hayes Manufacturing  Company on West Eleventh street? ei:-'  ploded with terrific force and^completely?  z��i  Two Saloon Men Killed.  SAN DIEGO, Cal., October 9.���Two  men were, killed in,a saloon here last  night. James A. Posey, proprietor of  the saloon, and Andy., Quinlan, owner  of a nearby saloon, got into a quarrel.  They drew their revolvers and Aired sim.  Tiltanebiisly.'Both: were killed.   ? y ?:*;  'mM  -?:��S#  zwrn  .... ���-!-���--��� *;���!��  demolished, the three-story brickvbuild-4;,'y-@.#  i. ing in which it stood??y Adjoining -thist?  building and directly back.bfitheil-i^el?^?;*!;^  ;house, which fronts on' State'street, .a.a__?#,!;?-:K_.*  another three-story��� hrick buildingihori-v*  ;nected; with the'hptei by; a; cpyeifed?pas-.i |  ;sageway across the?alley.-7.This!;;hotel;77  annex,was also completely demolished^???  ������ nothing but a; portion of a side. wall'ieyi  ;maining. A.t?the?time of the?explbsiqi_i''?  supper was being; served?;and six girls?>  were in the kitchen and'^ were? carried^?  down in the wreck. A?general ?fire?  alarm;was sent in and; in a yeryyfew*;:*?  minutes the entire fire* department waa?  at work extinguishing theflames?whic_.? i'  had started and rescuing; the   injured^?  yffi'Ak  iy*xM'  r-w.-:.?sS  *.-���**;>_>���  w  v Won't Eesist Extradition.??'"?,;;??  '? HAVANA, October?9-^?:.W?Milie^?y')  former city clerk; of Sandusky,-? phip^?-?  who has, been arrested here in connec**?^  tion with an alleged shortage of nearlw ;>  ?100,000, which came to Jlight^after: hiaf?  disappearance? from Sandusky;;;eighth  months ago,' will! not resist extradition^?.";  but will leave? for theUhitedy States?;*  next Saturday.; He '���- says ;he.cah explain; :* ...  the discrepancies:in;?accbnnt^?%^ft:.;|^v .S|1l%f  77ZxJ>  -..VtC'-feg -r   ^?_i_S��ajfjS0tfMi      ���_,    ,   ���������"*��� ..i*"*.-��o t_tj)f\i_auj.r* _____.-__._.,.___^. ...,_,_ ^^���  _. -���-��wia��'_MU<l.i��_?ir~T^lv-3*nttAr.,l_0---<-^  THE KELSON TRIBUNE,  THURSDAY  MdRtfttfG,  OCTOBER  10,. 1901  Q_*r ! _____ ___��� �����__.  5 ���  I'.,-V ^(V-;'.;?'"'�� i''  '"1��':'""  zmm  I.is��M*;:,j;.'_*. "j-iii- i/.  8��_te..,t?yi:-*ft��__y  MMmM  I'mmm...  .s^f^ivx'i.i-l1'.,  la,1^*??''���*'-���')_- ���' Jan. - '  'i��ifp  lpt��  9m0iy  PlI  Inc. n 'okat__d 1070  GOis/LJp-j^isrsr  ^^wW''*'"**v  ���tS?s.*4ia;''.?<_n ��  lftw'>  Pl?mi&00DS?MRipD  ZZr'Zx yZxry ���The Very:Latest Creations in ���7y7-ZyZ:':yy  Ladies!? Costumes, J^Jackets, ; Skirts, - Waterproofs^  ^!????.?;.f'y:*;?,;:??? Japan '  sian Blouse Fianels?a*^   ^ ^ J;?;?;:;??:;V  ;;??Press? Fabrics? (l^sijitylehgtH^  7&yr.-,  V-K .-���_���*  ^EAKEB;; MEMT^NELSON* rB,J,p.  i  m  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  to  m  M  to  m  w  m  M  m  m  m\  m  mi  WALL  PAPER  This is'usually the dull  season for -Wall Paper.  But to keep it moving  wo have mado up bundles  of all lots that havo ran down in quautity.  We place thoso ou salo at prices that will certainly movo them; original cost has been quite  lost sight of in making tho price. In many of  theso remnants tho quantity is su'fllcionb for  e\��on a large room. Tho high standard of our  papers is now well known and hot; often does  an1'opportunity ofltor;tqsbuy; sucii." pipers''at;  ; from ;5 to 121 cents" per ?roilf, .lit?'not ��� ready to  ; paper just bow anticipate'your fall:wants.? ���'*.'  .^vS*CW*j& * 3.* nS* *35. '"���8.'iSi*' ifi** ft 'im. * iim ' IS* ��_.' _&*__��_ *i__.    li)   ^xi^l^'^'*^'00*^.^.^0.^.00.0^ ___^'___^ __^ ___.  fJS i\ ^'^^'f*:^'^.'^-^''��?:^''a*,00,'0m':^''" "' ^^^���^���^"���^���^���^���^^���^���^���^���s_r��*sr'.^^^'  .1.   _- __ -    . ._____**_.__    -   ._._.- _. ������ TH.  TH01.flN?STATM?Hli;; ltd  ���   '*,*.-"_>   ..j.    .-1' ._���-__.._: ���  : _J__   ���     _ __ _ _��� O __..'___ _ " _ 1 ��� ^   <iil_. ��� .".  .    ..��.-   ���'_  .yyy)iiyypy'yy-  ^���kl.^b-^'ft-o.y.K?^:.*7  iWASWi.  %%^^T^^^: \f*?^^^^r$^^1  ?j^^anb;ahd;(the:,^he^;c^;y.tEe^  :iriyer.^In  ^McE hillips < v c. t^d. a^iMt^i.^Duhsmuir'  ;;gOTerhn^nt;yb-f;;which ;^|iId^^yiou^.  cheeh 'a^|e^^y^^(Kr^?|H^how. says?  ,?hej can? no, ipn^i^syipBqrt.J^?f E��^^uir,!  i"b^cau_^v(-he':^(13uh_^-_.r)!��2ha^  'fe^ye^^'foi^^  fl.  fl.  flV  flV  m  fl^ w;i��; wm^oldfo^  #;??i��^?;^?f��?i^l^en?^e;y^  ,,l American model hats, toques, turbans and bphnets ever put on display in this iii  flV ��% haying been::sel<pM. by bhr?Miss; Daryeau whUe attending the?hpenines .2  . >A^>'(' * --������'-���Ti ^^  .k-..������*! _^WTTT \.^__r. __^ ____ !__-". ^':-���'.'. ______ _r_. ��_���_ ^L.____ ____.'___h.'v I >. ��� -; i'.^.Ti ___. _L__.  ��� __  : ____.���__:'���.-.--.��� ���   -;������_-'���_; _ ��� ...-.i.i _l^ __ .'���:�����'I- n":.-_. .iv-��._,.-4-v.*>.*-. ,'r 'v.-**--'.������*;        i.', > j'j- <^-^j-'> ,1 ���*.      >.-.-��� . ��� ���:_'. .__._-.  1 ���.'.., (���     1 .;       '��� ^^-.  ffi-  m  :;V:?  -^^%,;'  ;.m  i.S*iraM<^|_'_l_RIE,*')'*il_^  .fMeets;;^^secondJ. and "fourthVvWednesdays .-'of -  -eaoh* ..-mnnth-_.'��t ..-'Pj.a. p.*riilfv;-.TTn 11 -:���-��_..-^d-_.  and the next be working for the;political  '?-.S-?'^.?;',?���.*���' ���.".*,'-''-*'i->-yy^~*<i---yy-yx' .''j:  -._n_TTTTl __._!?. nw : T\_T-r_ r_1_-i__ir_r��< A1" Bl-.'JIi'lFjL�����"�� "Li'll"^. ^.'^_ * j.^ ."*_ __.  , .KOOTENAY. TENT;NOi^;K:'0^:T.'M;���T  ^Regular;-meetings > first ���-and s third'f'Thurs-  y days; of each'jmonth.',:Visiting. Siri'Knlghtsf  ;fei "    ~        ^^^SSBSS_EiJ^__M^^?^Wi#i  !#i|s%|le'-^ electric. fix tures.-arid*; appliances.y;Hous-  pgSfeonlBlwk,';-Nelspn;jfi-S_^  HIA*  ^I'S|  _..._.,,,JfV.^.*-i.''--{  ~$r$f0ZMy ���-'���  ^$��^ured:fme���ta;:iCold;'_!-prage:^ii^^'^^  ^fe^iiiiGRj^Ei^siigi^irt  y:--?;--���;���[._:;t :.-;;*. v_;-.*_,*.w-._,i^i:��5';iHJS(!sa_s��;i.^;vt'  .^5wiNS55S��ii5i^i3S^  yfor.saleyar-reyitjati.theiXJldipiii^ltyjShpp.'i  fttp let,by*the,month;or.'.forJthe-season..Im-.  _}9eftfe *e wpossesslonij.-i.Gpod, '������flshing.#Apply,  ?S# :*;���_"!__ Busk;:.Kokanee;_c.____-.P_wne.:(��a_;  ^r,itp,R. Hi>willlama;;Baker._treet;melson;  ,y :.*_i.-;j!i'r  ^,   r, r        w        openings:.?^  ��ii'��M',.*��-v .:-..i->f,,,.^<,-; ; ;,���..*..:-,���-;,*.*.r..v,-.*(:-*,j-,y;i--, (.'���������������' ';*.*.;.***^*.;   ,-*,,-���'��� ;*.",.'.',,'J..-,- v..-,,.-.. -C3,;,*-.;.��� f BV  ^. .*?;  ^>v;  !;^M*_-?.,  fasSeader^  !ffilp[veyass^ly;;w  _|Sou%SfayQra%fS^^  !R_nwn.'rn'h_!_p/>_ntoHoC*_5tK��V*A_,._i_;  Kf.��^_'."9u!.a'..^Pl!1^  ,������������ J.FK66TENAY,SUPPI_y-fCOMpANYiflJlM2:*5  ^S^ltoa;-^Verhoh%;streetiWNelsbn_p{lw^  ^^4^__r'6cers;'��:?.**i;wf'**>.';.fe  ��5^^s^/i-������",������"'?i^rr*^--*----���-������;���-;T^  WM  '^^^UACDONAjTbfS^  Kwi^ontrandv.HalKstreets^Nelsbni'^hPle  b-'W^*****-*-'00^  ^^.rnittS-nbdotsh rubbers.Smackliiawsfand'm  jhea^d]':byi:|_^natofe^Ceh^  ���;.tenffis)'c_-vi_:|"e!-ti___���^  Ihph^iiii^p^^hl^^^g^?  :��� *n ��� _ \A/_aI I a * no i-_ r�� _-��+. *>%_*_-___ .-.__-___. -j-iV-'. --'__.'- j i___ j ' __  lilKKffiBililiaPKi^  v.-iwiw1-;*-"? ".*���--��� ;**: ,4.v:;_ Vf^"1- ':V; ���;'"< .-i'-f: -v". ��� ;^r-^*. - *">��:i"f.^*i ,;t--" .-'���������?��. j.p--v*.r-T;- ;'���' -v^^^,^^^*c-^^. ;-'-v. jW*!, - y ���*��������� t��*>^. -w ^ > --___���____��� r,*i<* v-'w?.- -���:.'. ������^���^^^���?hH-S;:_/v-5:i',^l��B^Pr^v^ftM__P^ -ft;^; ���?;-'; v/B\  ",.",":.'.. .,.���. -        ; '. '.?      y"    ���''''���'"���'������*'-'���*  g_*g3^;Nolsohj:9.ywhblesaler>M'ealers:  m^^cj^Mw^tStf^.tt'er. land ;egga.ii:��viO. Srgy 'iSt*  esslfej;--  i.^O|;Ll.^raKE__M-_-Q(^^  ^street; large hving,roo_rii:.bed.ix)iri''a_ia;:l_itchen  i-With sink;jalso-.use .of:.bathS^pply;,t<).;J.>,,C6x-S  |head;jt:edttr;ffiee_.;'f��i^  pFO^ylMMESt^  jinBss; good 1 ocatibn; flow-'.'renti owner going outf  iofibMh^s^y^^fuUgpirticiilafs^dr^  ���^^di^om,^.omMmmm^^mmmzk  +'-t^-'XA?-~-,-i'�����'!**������ &-*.'^  454he-��^_M^  f.obe^vtheftinst^^^  ^^ge^ho*!bharieSisi-,c__^^  '- '    '" v::'^ii__t__J__>�� _fej^i__ .s^-..  fe  ^.'Sajlrpariwea ,foc.Lardo^.Girls-JforihouoeworJ.;  ^Nelspnyiijmploymeiit ^gency^Ph6fae;278.:?; ���:"yg}^  "v "**'''���"''''"' ��� w'-!*'-*^  J_*--i*.::rr>:*V^*;*- -->��� ;..,;*Wi,*^-V."u^,;i-,ri,,*,ir.* .-...-.-- ���._.   "r  jvJilb^P'-toKjbfi'.Cal^^  5Ms_-' : " ""  MifeK?  t^T^fiSilSS2��S__l��S^  c ���   vj". -:-PIO_.EEB*i{^^_HOP:y-fHOUSEl!:.;;.'JOHN  -.   y   Spear,^proprietor,;;6ppositeyQ'ueen:_i JHotel,-:  ���    , 1 ~ Baker ^street'':Nelson. ;Open day'and Jnight.:  ~>l.      bunches_a^specialty'tPicnlc^and (traveling  _    parOe3;;supplled;:onyshortestynbtlce;'tyg:ite  moved-carefully ;at treasonable :'rates.:Ap-'  plyeXT.."Wilson,-Phone;270, Proaser'a-sec  ���*.��� 0na^and^stPrerTWard~streetr^yT??77jrvT^s  ^tOSTI^HITJEy^BUtL^^RRiKR-t;;^  yMK*$^  m~jv  '.bf-'the'.subject;is*ih?the!?fe'ctitude bf-^^  ijiid'iciMy;lr,Th^  ?_i^'i_-_s;_-��5-:'__i,ff^_''i'4"S;i'i-^  ���f. ��� ��-*��� y " v ." **" ." I'*?" -a-1, .A. I. �� UJ3 Kilt v<2na;l*  .!^-\SK��f^ey,p.JPPe,:ofrWhioh is^tacoped-As^K!',  ���.'���^'^���''^tter.-plSHBe.^eavo'^t-.O^EJlK^'ielfeaiJli"  .Oift_��..i:-^_i*-*^v,-:;-..?i'.H����.'.^  ;j;?mptoy^di.afr|th^cli*'@^^  Jfs?g|fiihgi|^  |iajtaWn^ajcoju_re^(^  feTriiyty:boiiei^;pLS^;lresh  'Xi�����' "*_|"~Iirs>,-:*;r*:--'J f-^-yx^Xi's-i'iif'^'^. -^fv��*��v-^^>'-5��l!  ;p-;K|^i  /> 1 s.l.*;'v,t: *;*-..  >?fsli  .'."iVJT. :.---'--'-C-  1f,/���1���',���i���,v*i<.lS._.--,,^.  :gy$&t(yi  0?QZti3ZM  }i;;;'-';''te-.-..fH  3.S.S.;  .1 f% .*.  ^?';,EMPLpYMBN^;^^  ;*? iHEI.P: J,1?TJRNISHEI. ���yvR1TE=S* TEEE-'  ;,, phone; ctelegraph ;*|br. Inquire ��� Western' Cana-.  ^_li^*^!^mRlo-ymentft0fflce."**NelsbnB.sphbne.  f 270^;Storage--I;yhave [ajlarge .warehouse yfor  storing,, household ���rSX)ri*othe_i;f"gb'o"d8'SH.W"-A?  ProsseK^5ft*;:@;jS;!fiE!&*j;:i.s^y^;;v-3  f;ip*.A^TEI-':-5HEI_R^b_^  -'-.Orders. ���for:h61p:',,,��"'>,'"'"-'';-"i���..v-v.-_i..___._..i��  ?f ulvte attehtlbtiAs.  Ageht.jiStanley*!  '.4.;_P:j:0;i_BbXf5S2,  elephone  a*:  .?K:?;_?;?-^:::?;?;Epi_NITURE?y?:'?;'?,*.?:  ~T5^ ROJ_Ei_^^  dealers; undertakers; and embalmers; Day  'phone No. 292, night ,'phone No. 207. Next  newyipostofflce :-building,   Vernon   street.';  . Nelson:;.;;:.;; ^y x.r:v:X.; x'-y. x- -. ��� :���: /*..-.���*.;;     ���  yWANTED^MlNINGPKOPBETIES.  FREE; MILLING; GOLD PROPERTIES.  *\ye are,anxious to secure a,few free milling gold properties at once. The Prospectors' Exchange,; Nelson; B. C. Roomy4.  KiW.C.1 Block.* -'���������'��� 'x> ���;������-*��������� ���       ������������ ���'-���'  '^gold;  ;copper;-   silver,   lead  mines and prospects.'wanted. Send report  and samples to the Prospectors' Exchange,  Nelaon,; B.';;_.., Room >i, K. :yv. C. Block. ���-  i-Vl. !KtamR:!.:?''-i .*V"*ST", .'���v;;-';ii;i'&yi*.* ,;i;/..'{.  iBUBgCRI-^OI-SR^E^  i*tf ;���-��V1__ II   .'*'��*____ .'��r_j-vT_*'i* ' '��� i-V..''1   "'";.i';':.'   "*.  ;.*.-.'  :Daily by imail, one,'month;..*.;...'  , gafly. byy mail, three months...  Daily, by .mail,: siximonths..  *;V6e  ,,*1'*!25  ,2 50  Se'mT.weekly by.rmail.rFiire*e''months!!.''"���',5U'  Seml-.weekly.; by .'malhy alx months".-;.;..: 1,00  Semlrweekly-by;fmallrone,year.;;.-.v.. 2 00  VH  Dally.'iby. mai/;-;pne :year.;;..  J        ___._. . - ......  3 MtApES AND ;LABOIl UNIONS.  1 1 '  __.1_nJL-_jl.JS- UJNiON,-fNO;._i*,W. J.V Of M.���  Meeta in -Miners' Union Hall, northweat  corner, pf Baker and 'Stanley streets," every  Saturdaycyevenlng at 8 o'clock, visiting,  membersywelcotne. -M. . R. ���'-Mowat.' presi-'  'dent; James ;W11ks, secretary.; Union,scale-'  of .wages fbrNelson district: per shift: Ma-'  ohine;:mpni?3.50,vhammer_imen;$3.25.^mUck-.  era, ycarmen, shoveiers,* and other under-.  ground-laborers.?3.<*-:^'/. ,va*. ''���iMi.-i.-x �����-:.;,7_  *' ' BARBERS':  UNION, "NO.   196;   OP  THE;  International:, Journeymen - Barbers' Union."  . of'America, meets flrst and third Monday*  ofreach^month In-Miners' Union5;Hail'-at ;���  15:30^aharp.;yVisiting 'smembers  invited;   R.  M_Mahon,ypresident; J; 'H. Matheson;; sec-'  r��t_,ry_treasurer; J. ���; C. Gardner, recording,1  sfcisretanri .Jy ,y,^.y.;yy ..   ;*y.*-y ������'yy.XX-x.^y-r'yx- '  ' *Pi_A*STEREI-S' UNION*MEETS EVi.KY''  Monday-evening in the Elliot Block? at'  o'clock;:;,J.. D. ,-Moyer,  president; /Wtlllai  Vice,-* secretary. P.'O; .Box lei.'-,   '   .:���:  CARPENTERS'.; UNION' MEKTS   VV EJi-  nesday. .'evening of each -week at 7 o'clock,!  in -vMinersV; Union   HaU; y.C. ;J.   Clayton,  president ;��� Alex.;; B. Murray,  secretary.- '���  . PAINTERS'. UNION MEET. THE FIRST  and .third Fridays in' each month at Miners' .Union Hall at 7:30-sharp;: Walter- r.  Kee,. :presiden t; Henry Bennett, secretary.  ;, yPosta^e^oyGreat-fBrltain: added;yyx;x;x  . Display/Advertiseiriehtsiruhregiilariy!: ;?;!  ���" - *per: inch per month..:....?.;;.;;'..;'.;.14 00  ���If run less than a month, per Inch per  ������* insertion'���'-'/-:..-. -. i-v'i.'.'.';r;-.".'i;-.; -.-. ;';���/; .v.*.:*7.-.-/������: 25-  Classitled Ad _ and Legal Notices,' per  word: for,flrst insertion..;.;...-. y : ir  For. 'each*. additional''.Insertion;   per,   '  ��� -word '".;;...v.;;.v;f;.;.;;;U;';;;;-;.;';vT..     1-2  - Wholesale* and BusinessDirectory Ads ���".*'-"'  (classified), per line per month.......    B0  Notices'of > meetings of-Fraternal So-   : ���  cleties:,and Trades:Unions, -per line.   ���  ;., ppr month ..........;.;.���.;.;......;.;.....    25  'Address; all^ettera---''���'   ���'-   - ;'���' *���'.'*.'". .;*  the fTRiBUNE. Association, Ltd. :  John Houston, Manager.   ; ' ��� Nel8on;'B. 'C.  frxZ NOTICE TO  SUBSCmBERS.'     +'  |*:;: '?': ?'-?.V^yBY,.*CA.RRIER.?r;y'y:?yy.y.;^;.  !**J* '.::'���  ���  ���y-'X.'-i'X'-!   *.:*'.     ' "���.-'''���'' ''*.-.*���.��� 7-X.x''''_'i'  :7!r ; Oh ?Saturday next, subscribers Z-fr-  ;*4�� whose Tribunes are delivered by; .-j-;  ;* carrier, will be; expected; to pay +  J-fvthe carrier T-WENTYACENTS^the?*  ;rJ- ysubsbriptibh price for the current,. .���  ;,���_���.?*week.:*ZyZZx ���Z,x^-.y:xy:��iy.y::.,y-q.  xj...- -:X- -��� -y; ���', ,.>;:-;,; .>' y ���:; ;.'; ;; ������::;;:;.,:-':���,', ���*'..' '_���  |'HH~HrM4_f4^K::>>**_^'  flowing vraccountSybf^the^scrimma^  taken from1 the Toronto Globe of the 3rd  jlnst^t:!^?^?^^^**^^  g:,:Fb^he^flrst'ltime':^h;fefo^  i sop h^bres?ft,_yere .^outclassed'! ^ bypathe;  ?;freshmeh;s_^assMinfi'!,th__.'^hustle^^  ^rlhity|MedicalsCbllege'ybstf^  -npbh-_%The|lectuK^hall^ih;i,which.^n^  y_tr^le^bbk^plat^f|^as:_fllled..';^  ydbprs>with*st'udeh#frbm'?^^^  ^the*^61rpntbphedicalicschbbls).-w^  large number?watched the proceedings  from the'street. Shortly before 2> o'clock  'ytheifreshh$_h:.assjembled^atA  :S'pruce-'and'?Sackvillb?streeta  ^tackiJiTHel^f-Ppaiht^^guiteS^s  ieach_4stuSeht^havihgttthe^lett'er^l?^  ;staihpedjbhfhis.fight chee_.:?-Abbut52:3(.;  : b'cl-M-krthep-'.'i'f reshies'��:?starte(d;A^da;bi-.  their?;arrival3ht��the "school ^ame^tc. ?a'  ;halt.;Afterya?brief pefiod^bf irresolutibhy.  : the'.-freshies?; made a. _��� iisfc*.for *the ?dbor,'  and? were .met1-!w.ttf opehyafms Jby;*the  ^primaries,'':and;.in a^few minutes there  ; was^ 6v.gehera.lfif ush^'bwlhg" to ��� *._<�� fhbfc*  ; tlmt^there-p^efe'fbver ^sixty''freshmen;:  th'e'sbphqmbfes" had-'tb1 get;assistance:bf-  some third-year men, but even at that    ,  they wero .unable to hold   their   own", |  and;alt^ughyatfew?fre_3hie^.were ?put' S-  over the/bar, ?at-the-end of'two hours,  the sophpmbre'ai yielded; to their opponents, who drove them but into the street*  and finally took possession of; the) hall.  Finally^the,sophomores /returned to^the  hall, and each "freshie" was "put -over  the bar in; turn.  .The'proceedings Wct��  concluded with?a concert; the ��� program  being contributed   tb 'entirely  by *:-the'  ;studehts ot.the-college.;;:'y^   y  y;^ i;. y  ikZ_ZiW ������*  rZTii- tsSi  ;':������*;-J-i-iV".*:'���  ������ty.^t^.  mm  mm_>  ���_S._".'.-._:J  _fVurT!-;Vf,;"j4i.''ft-1**i ?<  *��-|'K��A��lS ��������%  Zy,.v:_y;  ^:fe$^f|^:^;|;.;.#>S^??^  mv.m  as  ,-._.i..; ?_.,*, .'.'i;-,-  '���"v-fi*.* .��m:  ^_0mz  pi!  Kill  ;;*;*:--���;_**., ess ������,__ 'yxyxxx'^Si-Kv .x  '*-(���?;:;.'^js'':..sSH -��*;";/yn;y��i<fe ._y;*y'**v.*��,  'l?,*?gj<?'5Hft|'-.?H;ft  ZZZxZ Zr7}mfeiiZZZx0xZZZti��iy  $M ;;;;';?:f| %i$^&i��_m��  i..,%V.-;<-;V;*'Br*;;.WV-.'.,-irjv!  'S'ft  LAUNDRY - WORKERS' UNION.���  Meets at Miners' Union Hall onyfourth  Monday in every month at 7:30 o'clock p.  in. 'B. Pape, president; ;A.yW.McFee, sec-  T<��tary.,,. .-..���';:,:x~.,������������xx- ���;���   .:; V*-. .' ,,-'.'.  ^'y'FRATERNA_.:SOCIETrES;'        :  r^^E���sON7joS^^^6^3rAxFT&  ���'���'���' A.-:M.' meets s_cond 'Wednesday in  each : month.   Sojourning '.brethren  *. invited;* ' ��� y ���:���������*���  mxzr.  NELSON -ROYAL: ARCH CHAPTER  No. 123, G. R. C���Meets third Wednesday.  Solounilng companions invited. George  Johnstone, JZ-.JEly.W. "' ~  JMatthewB, A _BL  f��� -Oitie*of the taembers of the legislative  [assembly is a lawyer: *^y the'��� name?(bf���":  ?McPhillips.; ? He: is ;credited'?with?heingi  ;an honorable .member of the,.bar.?' As :'a:  .member' 'of ���.the   legislature, heHwas,-a  istout champion of the C.:P. R. at the ses-:  ��� sion held in the summer ? of 1900,   and ���  {worked hard tb defeat the Kettle River  ;Railway bill, a bill'that merely gave a  jcompahy the 'right tb ;build ;a railway:  ybetween Grand Forks,'in, this province,  and Republic,: in the neighboring state  of Washington;' a railway that  would  cross the boundary line but once.    At  ���the session held in the spring of 1901,  ���Mr. McPhillips was one of the stoutest  champion's of the V;* V."& E. subsidy,  which had it been granted would have  aided the building  of  a  railway, that  would cross the international boundary  line Xoor times, and have ans end atj ���&ars& than -assess. .The Salisbury gov-I  ;? yy'': Ah 'Honorable rPeace" y .'��� ^:.i.?ii  '���..-. A;pr<vBoerplan pf campaign has. been;  fprmulat^dlihjGireatyBritain. In the^pic-i  - turesque rhetoric ;bf i a cable correspbn.��  {dent, "there ihas^beeh  ;- blast ytbyall?;t^ie?: constituencies   of tie:  kingdom;"? ?That bugle-blast is a prob-*  ;lamatipn^p,;the.effect?that;"the impera?;-  tiye, denijands rof;the?couhtry is that thb?  long-drawn iagbhy must be ended," and'  (that it;miiist;beehded^bybringihg/about?  ; "ah, honorable'���_peace".", .An; honor able?  peace,: so the pro-Boer leaders claim, cani  'heybrpught(abbut: by^^ 'a? policy /which  !"places: the racesrbhyhyfbbting off/r'eal���  /equality,;and ihsists''that fepresehta_ive>  ,government;of the freest' kind  he, .put  Twithiri ;feach of?all; parts of South Af-  ; rica;"   At. first glance this pro-Boerpro-',  gram looks fair and. reasonable.   But1 it .  is hardly less foolish and impracticable  than the insane schemes 'of Mr. Stead.  It proposes/the impossible.   At present  the races cannot:be placed on a footing  of * equality in British .South Africa,' and  representative   goyernment   cannot/ be  put within the reach of all parts of that!  region.     With   the   country' seething  with passion and honeycombed with dis-:  affection, any attempt to place the two  races immediately on a footing of equality would make matters worse than they  hre, and any attempt to introduce free  representative institutions  immediately  in the conquered territority would be  B& HE shoe of choice * upper leather; .  ?1 r^M>.m/_v:i,7ir&Zi^& M  I)x, with, line appearance; and poor insole or ���  f_;^outsoIe^is!onIy?asigd<^as5its?wbrst^  Vl-SS^.i^K^I_fe.6f-?^  r-lt^r^^^'^ZVfti^^. ^fr7^x^U:^:y^.\^7^yX'i^^x^rt^i^xxy<y  g    ?upon the [invisible 'port_on--the?hidc.en v  |*;::y;S)|^islyisit  IxMMiWZZZMWsMMvSMW:,  ;^^B_:.i-^_R?��:4?*::;**"S^;S**i:?*^^  ���*.*_.K_n-_.;nr__r.-'! tn;;;.'Hpr*iiro u.T_r_._.^��^+_.,_.._Ar-.T^_i._-.--.-*,;^;  M0^:Zf!rM> i  -x'mMxzym  iy:yyy  &���  T.v*y._;>r,,.-.**r,^?/;-.*-;-.s-.*-^..  ^&-X/^\XH'hyfi..:^'.h.,i.  iiiipNiiiiiiiii  AMrzzzzzz^  '���Hi--*-*. -.I.:,..-.  ?i||||llhus?|��^  ^ ������'?'��^itr';W'''_M ;;^;*-'^;'?--*. >^  ?wortii: ot - shoe value, and .pledges shoe-balance, uniformity, cl  :_.::_^V*_W-af??_j;"fe^a-aU-.^_^^  OON TRACTORS.  ';;���;:.*_-.���_-.*���  il^^iBilssii  ^p||||||^9^|||m|ffi:l:  I ?fg|||?; *y:^i^|^|ff||||^^ '.'  Blko,\KTD;  ia  ��^ii^bw*|f^es;1*:'^  i.:?v??^;^^y^wel^  : .W.;  "The Slater-Shoe,,;  y.;;_;  __t i  fl)_  ._;-j-'  N.T.MACLEOD; ;Mana��er.  :.'v* ;./j  een.Bld^?Nelson, B.C.  CEE_C________E__a_tK_S__^^  r1- -.�� -���>'._ *% ���   '-'*--. r      -   -     i t .    ^         L.. GOBBOJLT  (Successor, ta Lillie" Brothers.)  jernment has repeatedly declared that its  ultimate, aim'is-to putvjthe-Dutch and  '.English? races   on   ah y'equal - footing,  ithrpughout-South- Africa, .-and to estab-  fllsh:; yJfree,- ^representative^:- government  Jthere.y But it knows.yery-well tha�� this  |-__Wnpt'bedpne immediately, it takes ac-  i.c9uhtj; ofv-facts and conditions, and has  ; declared: that 1ftere?mhst*_he- a- transition': period during whichithefconquered  territory .shall be.governed?las-, crown  colonies. ; Judt so soon as-rrepresentatlve  government lis practicable audi can, safely  be^introduc.d,: .it .will. ;bey 'established.  That;the; policy, demanded-, by -the pro-  Boers ;is also "the imperative demand of  ���the.'country;' 'may well be -doubted., On  this: point let ��� us present "the .testimony  [of; a very intelligent Canadian, who has  I just returned i from .England;, ��� ;The Rev.  |Dr;.erotherS'Of ���Bellevilleiywho has been  ;in tLondomattehding the. Methodist Ecu-  jmenWal conference; arrived?; home ��� last  (Tuesday,''and /granted ;t_h interview to  an> Intelligencer reporter:: The following  jis-hn-- extract from sthe report bf that in-  ���teryiew::'-'-if ' :;::':   ;'j ��� -;-'- v.,h-r_:"7_ _>���  " >  ! '."You had some trouble with the pro-  Boers ih' the conference;: didn't  you?"  ^ii/wisiaskedl'''''':';;'' v-v*;; .'���,���'? .  ! 'N*There,:was a small clique/': said the  doctor; ^who simpljrlwhilted'.tdmAke a  nedfife.. /Tnej. were l_rbtty:'well dressed  -       by Mr. Gibson and Rev. ��t. Potts  *    UX''xr---''  ' ' '���-������ri-'-. ...'���\,'X*,'i��... .,   ":      *   ' .1    I,       -   .  of Canada. - There is no doubt at all, in  my mind, though, that. the pro-Boer  '.agitation is responsible for the prolongation of the war in South "Africa.'  "Popular opinion," however, is with  the government, is it not?" asked the  newspaper man.        '       **  k >  "Entirely," said the doctor.. "I talked  with all sorts of people, and the people,  almost as a' unit, want to see the war  finished properly 'this time.' They believe the government to be doing the  right thing, and support them heartily."  Martial Law Proclaimed.  CAPE TOWN, Octoher 9.���The Gazette  today proclaims martial law in the districts of Cape Town, Wynberg? Simons-  town, Port Elizabeth, and East London.  The proclamation is the outcome of the  recent visit of the premier of Cape Colony, sir John Gordon Sprigg,"-and the  under secretary of native affairs in  South Africa, J. Rose Innes, to the British high commissioner, lord Milner. It  places under martial law control the few  points in Cape Colony hitherto exempted  and the constitution therefore is now  suspended over the entire colony. The  action probably foreshadows the commencement of vigorous measures,-which  those on the spot are understood to believe necessary to end the irsr.  SHERIFFS SALE..      '  Province of British Columbia,  Kelson, "West  Kootenay.   To wit:  By virtue "-of "a* Warrant of Execution '18'upa  out o_  County Court'of Kootenay, holden-nt  Ka9lo. at the suit of Bouroe Brothers, of- New  Denver, B. C, plaiutifiVand- to tne directed,  against the goQdt- and chattels of O T. Marino,  AJ.xander Sprout and Florence L  McInniH, defendants. I havo seized and taken in execution  all tbe right; title and interest of the -paid defendant, O. J. Marino, in tho mineral olaim known  as and rall.d 'Willard," situato on Alpha moun  t��in, about one and one-half miles north e_sb of  Silverton, and west of the 6.0.P mineral nlaim,  nnd recorded In the office of tho Mining Recorder  for'the Slocan Mining  DivMon of the West  Kootenay Dlstri. t; oo the 29th day of April. 18.7,  and in the mineral claim known as and .called  "Key Fraction," situate on Slver mountain, rear  New Denver; B.C., and bounded on the no th by  "Kingston" and "Ha8iing8,"on the anuth by nn-  kno��\ on iho east by "Hub and Hub," and on tho  we. t by unknown, and recorded in tho olllce of  tho said Mining Recorder on the 25th day of September, 1901; to reC'-t'er tho sum of ono htindred  and'four dollars and-- fifteen cents (��104 15) and  al-o interest-,on one hundred and two dol'nrs and  flf reen cents (?102 15) from the 17th day of March,  1U01; until payment, at the rate ofrtvo oer centum poc annum, besides therifTs poundage, officer's fe"8, and all othor legal Incidental expen. oi- ;  all of which I shall expoRe for pale, or sulll. ieni,  thereof to hati��f. said judgment, debt and costs  at niy office, next to the Court HoU'O in the City  of Nol-       " "   ��� ��� J"     "     "-���   **  ;All?* Kinds;^6f.yTeamingrylaiid; Transfer ;  \S$frU:0M  y_ Agents?for Hard and JSoflK Coal.  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The following description lof the life  led by the inmates of the most secret institution in the world is from a book  by Geoige M. Dorys, "The Private Life  of  the   Sultan"   Not  only  has  Abdul  . Hamid II. endeavored to have the book  suppressed in all ,the countries of Eu-  lope where it appeared, but h'e had also  /,. sentenced the author of it to death, a  , sentence which is not likely to be earned  - -out, as M. Dorys left Constantinople  before the book was published, and is  now in Paris He is a son of the late  pi ince of Samos, who was one of the  sultan's mmisteis, and therefore, has  had excellent opportunities for know-  "ing the secrets of the Sultan's court.  Few, nowadays, are those pashas who,  as much by tiadition as by predilection,  i indulge in "the barbarous luxury of a  hai em. It goes without the saying, that  the flrst among these privileged "beings  is the commander> of the faithful, Abdul  Ilamid II., who in fa__,- owns a living  ^collection .of the most precious��speci-  f mens of Oriental beauty. .  ' j The curiosity aroused by this curious  word hai em, the fugitive vision that'it  evokes  of^-a   fairly-like  and  unknown  1 world, is apt to make*, the western'mmd  forgot .all theie is cruel and revolting  in this;wholesale sequesti ation (of young,  beautiful, and'"* ardent women, whose  charm, fi eshnessj and lives even belong  , to one * master���a melancholy and  de-  1 formed old monomania^. v *-  -, The closest confinement which renders  impossible all communication with the  * outside world, a 'humiliating part to  play, unquestioning obedience to the  most fantastic whims of a feai ed and detested despot���such are the conditions  in which tho -300 unfortunates of '"the  seraglio pass theirs lives The Yildoz  harem is their ^entirej universe. ^They  have been brought there j as t' children,  ,they. are herded there uke1 a wretclied  and valuable herd ofr cattle, and they  i 'hye.aud die there, knowing rnothing of  , ���--, the -worldj outside their,, prison,.-without  ,( ~i-*the slightest n'6tibn "of what "life" really  "-  is:  - ,   r $r <���'_ -  .  * The harem.contingent is recruited al-,  _. most ^exclusively from the .several varieties of'the Circasian race, the-most-  beautiful'm the East, but it includes also specimens of the Syrian and Rou-  mehot l aces. Chosen for their pi ecociou_  grace, tho odalisques are almost all  bought at a tender age'by special agents  of tlie palace undei' the orders of the  Yessirdji-Bacha (grand master of the  slaves), Hussein Effendi Often, too,  the governors of the provinces, displaying a zeal that is disproved nowadays  by"all civilized Tuiks, deduct'beautiful  young girls fiom their parents, or purchase them to present them to the sultan," and the cousins and aunts" of the  sovereign exert every effort to find for  him rare beauties and display a friendly  rivalry in seeking the pearl most woithy^  to present to him during the Ban am .<_.  ���.���tlval������-a������-���������������. ���  When they cross the threshold of the  palace the new recruits for the harem  -must abandon and forget everything���  their poarents, their relatives, their  "homes their very names Existence begins anew for them A special training  In all the arts of pleasing is given to  each newcomer by the Bach-Kalfa*  (head slave) under the supreme control  of the valide slutana  Tht. course of Instruction is quite  special and is intendod solely to develop  in the young beauties of the seraglio  every art calculated to please the most  blasov senses Giace in deportment, walk,  and gesture, melodious singing, attract-  ' ive dancing, poetic and picturesque  speech, eloquence of expression���everything, in short, that art can add to Uio  natuial charm of woman, is taught by  Oriental experience to Innocent beauty  5n the academy of love.  TWO YEARS' INSTRUCTION.  Gt nerally this special Instruction lasts  two y ears and is terminated by a solemn  examination, presided over bv the valide  ���sultana Each of her pretty pupils must  be proficient in waiting upon the sultan  and ssrving" him with his favorite beverages She must be familiar with pief-  erencos, his antipathies, his caprices,  and his mamas before she is permitted  to consider herself a member of the harem Even then it may be long before she  attracts-the imperial notice She has 300  companions in the harem possessing the  samo beauty, having the same ambition,  and among her rivals there are several  favorites. Moreover, outside rivals may  enter the lists.  It sometimes happens that the padi-  shah takes a caprice for some slave  of the sultanas, his relatives, or the  ���orincesses, his1 daughters One) night  when Abdul Hamid gave a dance and  ballet in his harem, he noticed among  Ihe dancers a young slave named Mes-  'to Alem, in the service of the princess  Zekkie, his eldest daughter. The next  ���day after two of the sultan's eunuchs  arrived in gieat haste and informed her  that they came to fetcn the girl. Mesta  .Alem, who was to be the object of a sig-  _nc"i honor  Groat was the emotion of the young  "Circassian gnl, Who had little dreamed  of evei rising to such di.ntly Her mistress hastened to make her take the traditional bath, and surrounded "by "her  ' slaves superintended the toilette herself.  jPcarlnmed and adorned with sumptuous,  ornaments, the ^ride-elect, thinking she  was dreaming, got into a superb car-  raige and 'escorted by the eunuchs on  horseback, arrived at.Yildiz, where immediately the valide sultana summoned  her ��to her presence and gave her the  customary insti notions However, notwithstanding tbo precipitation with  which they brought her to the palace,  it was only on the fourth day that Mes-<  ta Alem-was ushered into the presence'  of the master. i  Whether his caprice had passed or  the young girl appeared less beautiful,  or he no longer recognized'her m her  new attire, he frowned on seeing her,  and said in an abrupt and angry tone,  "That's not the one; send'her away."  Trembling, burning with shame, and'  hurt to the inmost recesses of her dawning tpiide, raised one moment so high  to fall'again so low and m such a brutal  manner, the poor girl was taken back  rto the princess Zekkie She became melancholy, pined away, and-soon diedJ *f  '.ONJ-Y'pOUR WIVES. ''���   y, ,  '���' According to the religious law no" Mus-'  sulman may1 marry more than four legi-'  timate wives   In addition to these" touirr  wives  he  may  have  as   many slaves,  djane, as his.nieans permit���concubines ���  whose childien are legitimate as those  of his wives  According to, very ancient,  custom the sultan never marries a girl  of high rank, but selects his four wives,  only among his slaves ���> < ' r   *��� ��� '     ���  '  *   If it happensvthat among all,Ins slaves^  the sultan takes a fancy to one in particular, the latter becomes geuzuzde, literally, she has,struck the eye. The gueV  uzde is promoted''to the rank of lkbal.  gloijifled   If the lkbal gives birth to a-  chjld she.becomes kadme, or lady, and  takes .rank, as princes;, in the,, harem.  She then "occupies a special apartment  and has'a large* suite of- slavestand eunuchs attached to her person. ,   ' ** . t.  But the kadme is not yet a wife," ani  can oply become one if a vacancy occurs  by the death of one J_ the flrst ,_four  wives of the sultan, and if-the latter is  willing to" honor _ her' with the title. o��  kadme consort   It would, be* natural'to  suppose tliat the.sultan,."possessing1 so  well populated a seraglio, wo-Jld.be the  father ofi a> large family." but such is'not  thecase The'number-of his ^children, is  relatively small, being actually thirteen  _r Above all the kadines is the valide sul1  tana, who is a sort of feminine reflection of the sultan  She reigns absolutely over the hai em A kadine mayi never,  under ,any. pretext, leave (the seraglio  This is not so in the case of a" mere odalisque or lkbal who has had no children  The latter may be presented by the sultan-to some^favonte or to a great'personage, and in this case naturally occupies the flrst place in the 'harem of her  new master. Often the padishah makes  such a gift to ��� get nd of a woman of  whom he is tired, or whose presence in  the, palace seems useless to "him. Sometimes, "however, a more sinister 'design  is hidden under his gracious favor.  More often'these women are distributed among the hai ems of suspected  pei sons and charged with the wretched  duty, of spying If it h��ppens^that the  woman < becomes attached to\her new  master-and-does-not-carry-out^the-in���  structions she loses the right to reenter the imperial harem - To be able  to return into'the "Garden'of Felicity"  and be in favor theio she must render  services. This, in the slang ^of tho harem, is called "Getting your passport"  Sometimes Abdul Hamid discovers for  himself what he wants to know. For instance, having noticed one day a young  slave who was washing the handkerchiefs of her misti ess, a kadme, he took  a sudden fancy to her, and had hei  brought to his presence Ho promised  her the rank of princess on condition  that she leveal to him what .the ladies  of the harem thought of him. Thus encouraged she did not delay in satisfying  her master's curiosity, and told him  the kadine, her mistress, thought him  old and foolish. Edified, Abdul Hamid  placed the young sla.t> above her mistress, now disgraced, saying:  "Thus will I act towards all those  who have not in their hearts what they  have on their lips."  The seraglio of the sultan Mejid was  formerly the theatre of indescribable  orgies, the women being badly looked  after and having no hand to restrain  them. His successor, Abdul Aziz, jealous as a tiger, introduced reform, but the  imperial harem has never been conducted so strictly, so exclusively, or so respectably, so to speak, as under the  present sultan An intrigue in the Yil-  diz at present is an impossibility. Imprisoned within a row of hgh and thick  walls the women of the seraglio live  in an extraordinary world of their own,  to which no man, except the grand  Turk, has ever access.  THE SULTAN'S PREFERENCES.  Abdul Hamid prefers pretty and graceful women to those of striking beauty.  In this his taste differs irom that of most  Orientals, "who have a predilection for  majestic and heavy forms. The sultan  is feared rather than loved by his odalisques. He is, however, kind and attentive to them when his hand is free from  anxiety andt worry, and at such time he  has even succeeded in Inspiring gome of  them with feelings of affection.  '  At times he condescends to enter Into  conversation with his favorites, with  whom he has no difficulty in passing as  a man of great brilliancy. They are all  densely ignorant women, and the superficial education they have received renders them childishly naive. He entertain? them -with thi; political news and  Capital (paid up)   -   $2,600,000  Rest       -      -      -    S 1,850,000    *' ��� i  H. 8. HOWLAND...' : President]  D. R. WILKIE General Manager.  E. HAY... :...7. Inspeotor.  \j  SAVINC3 .BANK   DEPARTMENT. ���  THB   OUBKENT   RATK'OF   INTEREST   ALLOWED,  Nelson Branch���Burns Block, 221 Baker  yy,    j     *  j j  Street. \ .-.< ���'.-  >     . <J.,_M.-rLAY,.Manager.  ^/. r~< . J      . il . ~"  - ; j ,  gossp ot the, day and tells them < anecdotes of, foreign> courts,**pf whlch> he' is1  very fond himself, and,.this is the/only!  idea or history they, possess., yf)' ..j .  ^ Dancing in taU the' forms that it assumes in the prient,' is, very, popular *_n  thej harem"*.and-lis. the only- form ofi  amusement���Turkish,da:nces*to the a'c-|  (Companiment of) timbrels,' 'tambourines,  or. aichorus of'- langurous voices ;'i arid1  Circassian,.*- EgyptiauA" and'^Arabian'  dances: The favontes "often find 'amuse-;  ment 'iri the."dan-*ing of their slaves."  Otherwise they i spend' > their, time m  childish pursuits, playing-with mechanical dolls,"or they amuse themselves by'  imitating the cries^of animals, or else!  _they wilPsmear the faces of their-negroj  attendants .with flour J and put them upi  to all knds of tricks or excite them' to{  quarrel' among themselves. l' v> - ���  They, all love '-sweetmeats, tobacco,'  flpwers, -.perfumes,�� especially' musk, > and t  violet, of which the sultan is particu-j  larly.fond They adore angora cats, parrots, doves; coffee,, cards, and suggest-1  ive stories?*-They crave'1 two things, be-"  ing women, because they are prohibited,  wine and^raki, and ' uf*ie_-tal ���* brandy -  made, from- the1 grape, which .the' kindness of a.eunuch sometimes secures for,  them..,).., "i |  One  may ��� imagine the rivalries and  jealousies of all kinds and* the complicated intrigues that occur among these  idle women,��all young,.,ardent,, of iam-  bitious. They form little cliques, each'  having  its secrets, its sympathies,-, its'  hatreds. The different "clans wage an in-!  cessant warfare, which' often 'gives rise  to hand-to-hand,fights, ,necessitating,the  'intervention %o_>the* eunuchs ,In-fact, it-��  requires all teh*authonty 'bf"Abdul1 Garii  Agha,*the grand eunuch, to enforce discipline  and'keep  the .restive .flock in  ^check."'    '   "iJ> "'   ' *vr*.��"~ '- "\,  ,.  ', The westerner, who by a'miracle succeeded in ^entering, the (seraglio of the  great lord'without "knowing'where he  Tnr-ii i  Established'In Nelson 1880  MAY THE BEST BOAT WIN  _ _ _-���*�����  .   '_    ' strictly'on its merits. In the same -way -;    .  JACOB  DOVER'S   SYSTEM  .Of -Grading' Diamonds. .  Wins wtierever'-t is given 'a fair trial. _ We. are 'very > glad,  to have our system tested' alongside of any?  All'diamonds.���  '_.��?'-  sold by us are  ulider 'a'*guarantee" that' they,are"^exactly  as represented.  *' . .. > *       "  ��   _'.v*. ��'���*  ''���V.      _  "** ..^tl  ''mm.  Mail-orders re-  ceive'j.our "prompt  and careful attention^      -y'~   *  v ���. P. R. Watch-Inspector   ;    . >  Nelson, B;C.wK  ���'__**������_- \t*y,  fit-7 '* I  ____*-_.  *��� -*'i-    I  ' *,-   .��^i-kssix?H  As,vwe/onlyVem^  ploy'expert work-T  men^alljfrepafis  are guaranteed.* _%  .  _. - v.  - J 1  _\V ���>  AC0��PL?fMi_NE6l|  k r T?ront Doors Vj ; > I  --. Insider Poors' tj\   .  .      Screen Dopre]4.,, , _}  - y *'Windows*'  Inside Finish  local (Hid MMh'  Flooring  .     * v     looal and o��_o.   *'  -'  Newe]^ Posts?  - ^Staii?' -Bail - ,o ,  1   MouJ dings  -   -'-  Shingles       '.  Rough",and ,".;  Dressed-Lumber - -  ' .    .��*v"Pu"rl*-vt��-�� V  or what you want is not in stocw  WK WILL MAKK IT KOK TOO  OAlAi AND 0__t' PRXCBS,  t    J *  was,'wouldi,think at first sight ithat'hei  ,had'before his eyes'rich European ladiesj  assembled; in a feminine congress'of*:;ele-!  ^gancoiand,beauty.,In fact, the toilettes!  of the odalisques;1 tend more,, and more!  .tof, follow, -tfieutyrannical  fashions  in]  Parip.This evolution,' moreover, is almost!  general  inwinodeien  harems,  andr,the|  ,time'js fast��approaching when the.cos-1  'tumes of the Turkish hanound will'exist  only as memory. ���>,At Yildiz the odalisques wear.cotton1'or cloth dresses accord-  .ing.ito'the ,time'of .year, and the princesses,' and ^favorites   wear   mousseline  or^silk.'   ,y -) '<.*.;'  ��,T    l*(s 'I * -  i-  \,t   i i  ,,\tyr -Detraction of,Schley. '���  !��� ' Jealousies' in .ttie** American "navy are^  shown to'have^des .ended to a low, level  by th!e i develojinient of the  Sampson-*''  Schley investigation/1     l - ���      "       ' >' J  Detractors, ot 'admiral   Schley,^ who  seem'to include .some of the.mo^t power-]  f ul - newspapers,. in , the United''^States,]  frankly'admit'that-they do not-fiope.jto1  prove that officer*, cowardly orvincompe-<  tent in'.the battle with Cervera's..ffeet^  They1* admit' his, 'great  achievement*- in*  that fight,-1 but'jesuitically suggest that^  the,; laurels which' fell to Schley'" as the|  annihilator; of _____* Spanish fleet should J  not-'continue rto''Jremain with' onerwho'  may .have acted", injudiciously off Ciei-^i  (fugoes'and^Santiago?*   So far there' has,  beenvSn'o evidence-to show that Schley  displayed* incompetence in the >prelim-  lnary^vmanoeuvers.'   If. he > did (make a  mistake "he ^sliouid not be judged more  harshly" than<-.scores^ of  world , famous  rmen who atoned for many-an] errors In  'o-ae,���critical 7vachievement. ^  aAdmiral  ^SfehleyUs persecuted! not because of his*  atactics'at Sa"ntiago"and^Cienfugoes and  'open"to^strained criticism, \but^for the  Reason that he was at the right'place at  the  right time,   and., captured ..honors  which might otherW.se have.be(en the reward "of'an   official jfavorite.���Toronto  Telegram. ^<" , '    '     "''J' ''' .  Vh<  r>,  rn  '<('������*  ,<"���,  i .>  * w.,  ' ���_   !���   . , '  lv���lV  . -*���*  W'  ' (r.*Vl**i  O O'Ml^^.lSrrSrj  '���"  ���!���.  ���    ii * *"5   '  i   . t ' ,��v' ,''.   ' f  <:-'������ OFFICE: BAKER  i* >i     .    ** ���  r^___-  4.    '��  >'.  i.  '/  "���itf  . �� '  *"    ii ���_*�����     **  \  s .vi,  ��_*>:  AKER STREETWE8T,'NELS0^B.cViy ^TELEPHONE (.0,^219.^ P. 0. B0X'688_^'  / .iv^v: <',,*'..'i-**.. j . :*. jy 4< A,*v. a\rz  -     *���     - ._   -    J ..'*_.__. _.a^   ^   Vj   ^Tr^ J> <"  .   *->. V  x The .Man'sfleld. * ^anufacturinlgTpompanjr;;^  l'. have -.tfie\;above��mentioned' building /materials\  hitfor- sale'^a.;? reason able .[prices..^' SpeciaDl3UQta:>i  r'dO  ^..ttlv A     Cel-   '  \>1  J. -A. Savwar  HAU iwn !����:->'��"���"���''    .r��.r.-.��i  (LIMITED)  CORNER OF  HENDRYX ANT> VtrilNON 8TBKKT8  Rough and  Dressed    ,;  Lumber  Shingles  Mouldings  .-1 White Pine Lurr*ber Always In  We carry a complete stock of  Ooast Flooring, Ceiling, Inside Finish, Turned Work, Sash and Doors.  Special order work will receive  prompt attention      * _  Porto Rico Lumber Go.Ltd.  BRANDY  DE LAAGE FILS & CO, X X X  COGNAC, possesses a delicious bouquet.  DE LAAGE FILS & CO. X X X X  COGNAC is mellowed by its great  age, and is recommended to con-  noiseurs, and for medicinal purposes.  SCOTCH  WHISKIES  THE DISTILLERS' COMPANY, Ltd.,  Edinburg, the largest holders in the  world of Scotch Whiskies.  THE CALEDONIAN LIQUEUR SCOTCH  Whisky is one of the leaders���try it  Agency for full stock at Victoria for  B. P. EITHET&OO., LTD.  Victoria,   B.   C.  A. B. GRAY.  Kootenay Representative  P. O. Box 521, Nelson.  ,.'    .  BAKEB   STMiEET.   NBLSON.  , . .   i '       *>/I '    . i*i   t Wl       l '  Lighted by Electricity and Heat  ed 'v/ithi Hot Air C   -  Large comfortable bedrooms ������ and flrst-  class*dinin_' room. Sample rooms for commercial men.        " .  RATES S2 PER DAY  ' OROERS _��>VMAIL ;ATTENDED?TO. PROMFTtY:  f. >" , .-      * -3 . >j ��,*    ������   j. v_ tf,r  r\.2_ , '.n'-Hn'r-i.*  i        *��������� . ,"��� - tf-ri T*t -   Jy,  ri"  and criminal.  Town' of' G(  "and' Criminal  p  >_  .yy.ti r'i  T(  "H**'  J- Mr  1 '/OFFICE:'"BAKER*STREET WEST/fJELSOff". B.C.  . ill __ j. ' ". -   '.-1 ���> ��;    '   i -* -,    .    ' ' -> J  t1  TELEPHONE NO. 210.  W  P.O. BOX 688/,  Kirs. E. G. 'CJtfRo, .(!rop.   Late of the Royal Hotel. Calgary  ...     ,B��Jcor and Ward  WfiiSB Street's.1 Nelsou  The only hotel ia Nelson that' has remained under one management since l_J-  The bed-room, j���* well furnished and  lighted by electricn..'  The bar Is always'atocKtri* nv"1 the best  domestic and imports!1 lldudrs^and clsars  ��� 'THOMAS M_U)DWN; Proprietor.  J  , f   HOTEL   ROSSLAM).  i  r        i  Third door from Grand Central Hotel  on Vernon street,1 Best dollar a day  house in town. House and furniture new  and flrst class in every respect.1 Lighted  by gas. Room and board' $5 to ?6 per  week. No Chinese employed here.  J. V. O'LAUGHLIN. Proprietor.  ofl-Bear creek.-about-, three miles from^Wji  tfii1^'^e,lEv-���"��?'Star mineral "claim?.I**7 /A\  -_._l!.??_n>in1?B_<iIvis'i0_ Pt "WesfKootenaylktMl  ��� r/*./��n-..l_._.,_i7i l(  lir  (OEETIPIOATE? OF .IMPEOVEMENTS.���<'  -NOTICE-CITY 'MINERAL -*CLAIM.^r^  wtJi.tV,,14the N$},s<>n Mining DIvisio^ of ~&&��  West 'Kootenay District.       *r "    _$$_.'  Nelson"6 looate<:1:<About <?ne mile sout^of-f *$$  Take notice that I, Wiliam John Goepel.W-5  reft   M]n_r*.   P..f fl..t.   xt��    rA e_n    l__Vl,_.^_,.  .   '�����*���'_?  Improvements for the purpose of obtain- ��-$  ln? j Crown Grant of the above claim - if ^(-wi  And further take notice that action un- --;W*WK  der section 37, must be commenced before ".M_-S|  the issuance of such Certificate, of Im- l"18_3S  .provements -=l ��� - ^-r^____._.jr___SS______i\  Dated   this  16th  day  of  August,   A.   D."  1M1 av   J   GOEPEL. ,���  SLOGAN JUNCTION HOTEL  J. H. McMANUS, !M_VAager.  Bar stocked with best brands of wines,  liquors, and cigars. Beer'on,'draught. Large  comfortable rooms. First class tabid board.  f  ^ZSrt-tfr******************  l \ARTHUR    GEE J  & MERCHANT TAILOR      ' *.  ih i                ^-. ".  tb LADIKS TAII.OR             BAKKR 2  tU MADE SUIT_.        STRBEi' EAST. J  ^ ���__ J��  ^���i*********************"*  TREMCS)isFT HOUSE  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMFEOVEMENTS."  M. riCJ_-NJ_l SON Mi . I.KAI, OJ.AIM.  situate in the Nelson Mining Division of  West Ivootenay  District. ,  \\heie located: About one mile south of  Nelson.  Tuke notice that I, John Patersonl  l��ru�� Miiivi . Citiiiicitu No ml72/, intend,  sixtj; days from the date hereof, to apply  to the Mining Recorder* for a Coitificate  of Improvements, for the purpose of obtaining a C inwii Cmnl (if the iti.nve clulm.1  And further tako notice that action, under .section 37, must be commenced before'. .   the   issuance  of  such  Certificate, of  Im-, ___���*.v  provements. * '     *s&fe  vi7_mi  im  ziSl  1 >' ��Vg  321 TO 331 BAKER BTREET, NELSON  MEALS 25 GENTS  r  Rooms Lighted by Electricity and Heated oy St^am 26 Cents to St  AMERICA). AND EUROPEAN  ���- ���     PLANS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER. COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT THE MANHATTAN.  AT THB MANHATTAN.  AT THE MANHATTAN.  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  OYSTER COCKTAILS  AT THE MANHATTAN.  AT THE MANHATTAN  AT THE MANHATTAN  The  Manhattan  JOSEPHINE STBEET  ALL THE BE8T BRANDS  1 LIQUORS, AND CK3AR8.  Burns & Co.  Wholesale and Retail  He4��nmSot.ab. o. Dealers in Meats  Markets at  Nelson,  Rossland,  Trail,1 Kaslo, Ymir,  Sandon,  Silverbon, Nev  Denver, Revelstoke, Ferguson Grand Forks, Greenwood, Cascade Ciby, Mid  way,  and Vancouver.  Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded  We_.t Kootenay Butcher Co.  ALL KINDS OF  FRESH AND SALTED MEATS  WHOLESALE AND RETAIL  FISH AND POULTRY IN SEASON  K. W. 0 BLOCK  WARD STBEET  E. C. TRAVES, Manager  ORDERS BY MAIL RECEIVE PROAUT ATIENTION.  Dated   this   ICth   day  of   August  A.   D.'  1901- JOHN   PATERSON.  OEETIFIOATE   OF IMPEOVEMENTS.  NOTICE  ��� MONUMENT      MINERAli t  claim, Blluato ln the N.lson mining divis-       vyi-I  ion of Wcet Kootenay district. "Wheio lo-'  ���'*���'���$_._  cated: At tho he.id of Grohman creeic on   ' ^xaS  Grohman  mountain   Tako  notice   that, 1..  * -ff>>��  J. M   McGregor, acting, as agent for Steva'.'ii tQ  Hawkins,    froe    minpr'_    t.Ar_-ninn*__.-. x_��.   *Z4-*_i?F  b50,435, and Louis  tificate No   .37,"'  the date hereof.            __     ._,_  corder for a certiflcato of Improvements,.*. i>'>8��'_  menced before the Issuance of suchrcer-"  tificate of improvements  j. m McGregor.     ���  Dated this 12th day of August. IWn.  NOTIOE. - T  Wo beg to notify the merchants aDd busines _>  moo of Nelson that wo havo purchased the busi  ness and good will of the Pacific Transfer Com- * ��� ��-^h  pany, -winch it is our intention of incorporating ^ '"'����� V-l  with tho businew of tlio Nelson Froightuig &"* ^ V'H.  Transfer Company, ���* e remain yonrs    v . tVS.  R. H. WILLI AMR, ..->!  Manager Nelson F. & T. Co  '   ��  " ���> :&  NOTIOE. '    : \  NOTICK Is hereby (riven that I intend to apply >  at tho next sitting of the Board of Lionnce Com-  miss-Oners for tho City of Nelson, to-be held-*"  after the expiration of thirty da. s from the date  horeof. fo-- a tran<ifci of the retail liquor liconce  now hold bv me for the premises situato on lot  1, block 12, Bakor street, Nelsou. and known as  tho "Athabasca" saloon, to Norman T. lWnclood-  of Nelson. P. J. RUSSKLL.  Witness- J as. O'Shfa.  Dnted t�� is 27-h day ot Septomber, 1901.  NOTIOE.  NOTICE is hereby given that I intend to apply  .  nt the next sitting of Uio Board of License Com-  misaionors for tho City of Nelson to be held at) *  the expiration nf thirty davs from tho date hereof,  for a tiancfor of thn Retail Liquor Llccn. o now ;  hold by me for tho pre_ui_.es known as tie-  Bodcpra Saloon, situato on the cast half of >lot  nine ('��) In block one (1), In the 5n*d City of Nelson, to William Walmsley and Edward C. Da-��- .  id. on, both of tho said City of Nolson. j.   .  ,.     *  Dated this llth day of Soptembor. 1901. 'i.i  A?\>  ^^,�� W'Q' ROBINSON^      .^'|  Witwkee : r�� 0. Davidson .;. -, ,*, f Vj&��  ��� - - -r    ^i'V-* ���v'S-sabw-^-'-^-wM-i.^^  THE JSTELSOff.-.TRIBUffE,  THURSDAYS MOKKIffG,  OCTOBER 10, 1901  ��&****** Z-*******^************************************^  *l^J>"  ���v.*..  ?��� \N-  j4r_  ' *<  t_.  F vt.  u.  V-  tti  *  tH  I.  l_r  vW  tii  *j  -JT*  ti/  t_r  _.  0/  *.  _��  *  _.<  ��_>  Or  DAMP WET WEATHER GNOSES COLDS  TEETZEL'S SY8UP OF WILD CHERRY,  SPRUCE AMD lk\ CURES THEM  ONLY TWENH-FIVE CEjUTS PER BOTTLE  JW, F. TEETZEL & CO.       NELSON, B.C.  :*_  CITY AND DISTRICT.  Born, in Nelson, on Wednesday, October 9th, to the wife of William Waldie,  Carbonate street, a son.  Certificates of work were issued yesterday to Siffroie Lefebvie, on the Impel ial and Imperial Fraction.  ^***^** *************************** **********^*^^^^99^  Justice Irving will take the Nelson  assize court. He held the court at Golden on Tuesday and will also hold the  court at Revelstoke before coming to  this city. r  Alex McDonald, the Forty-nine Creek  mining magnate, is making arrangements to erect a brick building on Baker street, on the lot west of the McKillop building. It will be 30 by 100  feet.  __W. Hogg, grand master of the I. O.  O. F. for the province of British Columbia, will visit Kootenay lodge No. 16  on Friday evening. All members of the  lodgo and visiting brethren are invited  to be present. - *."*,.*'  the work of defeating the recommendation of the special committee of the  board of trade that the wholesale merchants of Nelson be granted, a whole-  salers' tariff on all goods reshipped  ^from Nelson to bona fide retailers. The  Nelson board will be forced to take  notice of this for the unison that there  is no knowledge as to how extensively  this circular may have been used by  local boards of trade in outside places  for the purpose of preventing such recognition of Nelson as a wholesale center.  The  Imperial,  the  new hotel which  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.  H. BYERS &  TO SPORTSMEN: .  '      We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Amm.miti.n  '.�� ESStf^^T.'Sa  f0r ���"'**�� ��"������*Y ��� "����� W'nCheSter Carb,ne and Bouchardl A"<�����tic Pistol, unequal..  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  ever received  v  s _  'Having added to my stock a large  |.-_*..^'-.-tange of Youth's" Boy's and Children's  }$.( V-clothing^ I-'am now prepared to offer  |3?'*;*'V?t�� the/public the best variety of these^  |&*V    --- -*---'-       - - ��� ���  goods ever shown in Nelson.  ���VJ.  * n  >  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.  '        ^ y^Z  ' '    .  J  itfllr      '  >   _��* -*<" ���(-&       - "*_   L '"  E_*>*r^ i\%f..i     ���* ^  |$*k :r,r  mi?* y '  -  Baker Street  Jr'Mi GILKER  The trial of the case of Zatoni vs. the  Western Canada Accident Society, ,,&  suit to recover the sum of $60, being the  amount of an accident benefit- alleged  by the plaintiff to be due him. by the defendant, will come before judge Form  today. '    "  John.G. McLean of Seattlo,.was in,Nel-  son yesterday. He h^s a contract to' do  2% miles of ��� the heaviest work on the  Crow's Nest Southern, .~_u says'it will  take him at least eight months to complete the contract.^ Men are'���coming in  fairly well, 98 taking breakfast at one of  of his camps the .morning he left.    *  Senator Turner of Spokane, "accompanied by F. P. Hogan,' L.*. S. Austin, M.  A.-McKenzie and'A. H. Lewis, passed  through Nelson last (evening, on their  way,to Marysville. They^are interested  in the smelter which it? has. been decided to build at Marysville in order to  treat the ores from the Sullivan mine.  - ar-  }mm^mn^ss^mmSm  ���\-J*  ^W?Zare!^n"the market again this, season .{with-this  line of  .},, ^Stoves/. -*, After .handling them for a'"number'of, years we are  ly'-Jp,convincEd >. that < they-   are', the    only1-"Stoves "that     2*1 ve  V^ABfeQIiUTE* SATISFACTION. ;7.r'.V ",  ?      ', *  r i^CklYjund 'see our large' and~komple._-. ,lW.,- -   V "  -wi  ? JV        J  - ' ' ��*-'.'>-.   _y    .  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   OO.  John McMillan, who left Nelson two  weeks ,ago "for _, Edmonton, >7Alberta,  writes from that place under date of the'  4th:, "I start out this evening for the  north with a Hudson's,. Bay Company  team. From Athabasca Landing I intend going to Peace-" river."i Mr. McMillan is close on to 70* years of age, and as  a prospector hopes to strike'it rich yet.  *' Notice of appeal'was.'given 'yesterday  "���in1 the case of Malone'vs. Ferguson, an  action to recover the sum'pf;"?75^as representing the damage done to"'a steam  engine which was being'moved?by the  defendant's transfer, company.'^ The case  i\fas<tried at the,'lasti*session^'of the  county' court bef of e'f judge Forin, who  gave^ judgment for^ the defendant: t       .  ,"_ T. G. Roy of the L'pndon Consolidated  'Mining Company.,was'in Nelson yesterr  day'purchasing supplies.* He says B. C.  Riblet has a crew^of .25 men at work on  the ^construction of*", the1 tramway and  they; are making, very'^good-, progress.  They, are at .work on. the5 upper termi--.  naPand the erection' of',the' derricks.'  At^the mines'every preparation is being  made for( working/tjie Silver Hill and  Richlieu on'a large scale during the approaching winter/.' ".        < -     ������ -  ? A. J. Marks announces,his intention  6f appealing'from" the decision of magistrate Crease^m'the.St. Marks church  lumber suit, In .which the Nelson Saw,  * and Plaining   Mills   secured   judgment'  in the small debts court against him for  lumber * supplied in  the renovating  of  -the church. ?Mr.t-Marks rsays the .bill in  the first place-was not for more than  $132.17, but that it was reduced to ?99.87  in order to come, within the jurisdiction-  of'the'small debts .court.  style on Saturday, evening. The Imperial has been refitted and is now one of  the most cheerful looking hotels in the  city. It will be run on the European plan  with an upjto-date short order restaurant in connection and a business men's  lunch at noon as a special feature. For  the opening on Saturday a smoking  concert has been decided upon, together  with'a lunch. First-class music has bee'n  arranged' for.   '  Collingwood Schreiber, deputy minister of railways and canals, completed  his inspection of the Balfour extension.  In, his  trip  over the line the  deputy  minister was acco'mpanied by Mr. Downie and John D.* Sullivan, the C. P. R.  engineer in charge of construction. Mr.'  ScbreibefJ expressed   himself   as   well  pleased  with  the' extension,  especially  with thatN portion of at from Five-mile  point to Procter, which is the equal of  most portions of^ the main line. Petween  Five-mile and Nelson the road was also  found to be in very good shape, but  there are one or 'two spots which will be  touched up so that it will be in readiness  for heavy traffic should it be found necessary to use the extension exclusively  this winter in event of the outlet freezing up.-On?the return trip the 21 miles  were made in 40. minutes, which is considered pretty good time 'for a branch  lino. Mr. Schreiber wm return east by  way of the Crow's, Nest, his special car  having been brought down over, the-main  line over three'jwater stretches.  "X*ga &y__rs^_r'^!^^ $-*��*- -  extra series.   The first is at the 500 yard  range,-three shots,  position  any   with  head to* the target.   In case of absolute  ties the purse   will   be   divided?.    First  prize 54, second ?2.   The second series  Is at the 600 yard range.   Three shots/  same conditions and prizes, and like the  flrst open to all comers.   A prize of ?3  will,be .given for the highest aggregate  in the two extra series. -. The managing  committee in charge   of   the   meet -, is  captain H. B. Macdonell, H. Bird. J. D.  Tinkiss, A. Carrie, A. Grant, J. Rae, S.  P. Shaw, T. Brown, and N. T. MeLeod,  secretary-treasurer.  New Issue of S amps. -  .WASHINGTON, D v.., October1 9.���'  fThe postoffice department decided today  to place the late president'McKinley's  head on the new issue of postage stamps  which-will appear shortly after December 1st next. % *"  . ���> "  .\.  -*"; Importers and Sealers In Shelf and Heavy Hardware,  E. FERGUSON & CO.  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AHD CIGARS.  "   "  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.       ' "   -*  A COMPUTE L.J.E OF CANADIAN AND IMPORTED LIQUORS.  Bainer Seattle) Beer in pints and quarts.    Dogs 3ea_?Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts.   Eola Wine, the best Temperance drink.  i Onr Special Canadian Bye in 5s and 6s.  Dawson'8 Perfection Scotch Whiskey.     . Granada pnre Havana OigaiB.  tr tr C.fojE, a.til] jo i j ���.ljiiccB.Oards and Poker Ohips.  Agents Brunswick-Balke Collender Billiard  Tables arid Supplies.  H. E. Macdonell, general freight agent  of.the C.P.R., has written ,to the secre-J  tary of the Nelson board of trade notifying him of the fact that a mining* exposition is to be held in the Grand Central Palace in New -York, and suggesting  that the local board of trade should'com-  _municate_with=Allan_.S..JVilliams,_man__  ager of the exposition, with a view to"  securing space for an exhibit of' ores  from the, Nelson district. The exposition is to'be-held from December 3nd  to 18th, inclusive.  ^PERSONALS.    '  ,.. *���--���~���  Rev., Father   La   Point   of. Ymir is  "spending a couple'of'days in Nelson.  1 Mrs. F.iPainton ana her mother, Mrs.  W. Perry, who have been the*1 guests of  Mrs. C. Miller,'haye-left for Grand Forks,  where they;"will -make their home.1        <���  1 ^AT^'TflErHOTELS/  QUEENS,��� Angus^ Campbell,' Kaslo;  Rev.,Father-Lapoint, Ymir., ?? ,,  NELSON���'G.pW., Pope?-' Sandon;  Grace McFarland,--Spokane; ��� Fred' Peters  and William; Sheldon, Grand Forks.' i   <  TREMONT���D. Veague, Hall Siding;  T. G. RoyrSilver^Hill mine; J. De" Cow-  per, Ymir; W.'Sownson and W. Hensel-  wood^Slocan.-' ^r* " *��� " *��� "r  ' PHAIR���W. G."Mackenzie, Vancouver-  E.- Nelson Fell,''Athabasca;"George H.  Williams, Spokane; -F. W. Sterling, Toronto; O. ;A. Pease, .Prince's ** Landing^  Okanogan. -       tZvy x -     ,   t        *->s  - GR'AND, CENTRAL���Harry Woolaver;  Hautsport, N. S;-C.Greenwood, Moyie;  J. W. Hustin and,W. R.>Knowles, Hall;  J. H. Baker,1 Slocan; C. Okergreen", Howser; Chas. Toberman, Minneapolis.' " _*  1 *-'HUME^-J. G. Main, Kaslo;' <W. H.'  Adams���Kaslo; B. D.,Coswell, Kaslo";'F.*  P. Hogan, Spokane;'" E D.'1 Sanders,"  .Spokane;- L..S. Austin," Spokane?'&- A?,  Turner, Spokane; M. ^A. *��� Mackenzie,  Spokane; A. H. Lewis, Spokane; J. 'J.-  Thompson, Vancouver.  ' >      ' - ���'  THE   RIFLE .TOURNAMENT  ,      ' . :;      NOTIOE     - ,  .     '  i.On_and after this date, positively no  Lethbridge "GalV Coal will be delivered  except when paid for in advance,    "s  ,."'-, W. P. TIEJRNEY.  Neison, October 8th, 1901.    f < ,  GOING OUT OF BUSINESS  \ ���     ������    ���  AUCTION   SALE  OF  Is Your  Watch Trusty:  i-  DRY GOODS      GENTS' FURNISHINGS  BOOTS & SHOES       HATS & CAPS 7  Our next auction sale be held at 8 o'clock on    -"  SATURDAY, OCTOBER 12th.,    -  f. tn?\  - .-If yourr watch ever-was  ��� ������   f        ^     ���    . -  . >j  a .time-keeper   it will-be-  ��� one again if we repair it. " -  We   promise  you.'i thor-  ough satisfaction no-matter  what make it is.    .. '  '- -   ' V ' V   <_ .:    _   /  BROWN, BBOS;  Opticians and- Jewelers..  * As I intend closing my business here the end of this month  all goods will be sold at private ss'ale regardless of cost;.  A few of our sample lines:     * '    ' *    J "*  Black all-wool Cashmere,8 reguluar price. .$    .75 noW $  ^      "           "    .          "       '          ���>"           "    .. , ��� .50          7  - Velveteens, regular price t .".'.. .75  - Ladies^ Linen Collars, regular price  .20  , ,"  Ladies' Cloth'Jackets, regular, price  15 00  *. u-  ,    " *          "      "��'������*�����            �����      ... ?.. r, r.o.  .  ^   All colors Cdrticelli^crochet silk, spools at  Come, and, get bargains before it is too late. -  - * ���.       * <   , - _ ..*>-..-  A. FERfc&ND  7.50  45  30  r .40  12��  10.00'  4.50  .20.  ROSSI^AIVp; BIVGINEERINQ   WORKS  -     ",'*���'*'"    '->     CUNL.IFFJE  &'iMcMI__L_A2ST, .   \   -[SZy,-^  s   ,  Founders,  Boilei.makeps and, Machiriistst _,  Onr oro cars are  11 i.  .BAKER STREET  NELSO..  Bom  B__TJI____l_-_��__W--l__t-l_l.l_i)._-.|._TT��rg��l.  OPI TE  The best in the market, in 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  50c a Pound  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS, Houston BIoolc, Raker Street  :, HEAL ESTATE  "' i   -,  - AND  INSURANCE BROKERS  Agents for Trout Lake Addition.  ..(Bogustown) Fairview Addition.  Acreage property adjoining the park,  And J. & J. Taylor safes.  These safes can be bought from us on  two year's time without interest   '  Ward Bros.  L    _^ W^ Bator iStroe^JJiSaffB.  TREASURY STOCK FOR SALE  20,000 shares ROYSTON GOLD MINES,  Ltd This is a good time to buy, as these  shares v. ill advance in the near future.  20,000 shares of IMPERIAL MINES,  Limited, at 5 cents. For a few days only.  10,000 shares LADREAU VALLEY  MINES, Ltd., at 15 cents. These shares  advance 5 cents on the 1st of October.  For particulars of above apply to  William Walters, a colored man who  has resided.in Nelson,for the past few  months, died in the Kootenay Lake hospital late'on Tuesday night from the  effects of cancer and tuberculosis of the  intestines. The deceased.was 64 years  old. He was born on the island of Jamaica and during the rourse of his 'life  has wandered .over almost every portion  of the globe. While he was undergoing treatment ln the hospital Walters  said that he was not aware of any relative or friend that he had living anywhere. ,  ,    _____  Robert Wilson Craig of Erie has  started two actions against Thomas and  James L. Kane of Northport. The suits  are the outcome of some mining dealings  in properties in the vicinity of Erie.  In the first action the plaintiff is suing  for ?2039 as representing work done  and money paid by the plaintiff at the  request of the defendants, and in the  second suit,an accounting is asked for  with respect to money received by the  defendants through the sale of the Fog  Horn and Keogh mineral claims in the  vicinity of Erie.  E. J. Lowery.deputy sheriff of Republic, has been notified by the provincial  police that Michael Smith, the man  wanted upon a charge of larceny, is in  the Nelson jail awaiting the arrival of  the United States oflicers. As Smith  had close upon ?500 on him at the time  of his arrest, and has since expressed  his intention of fighting extradition proceedings, it is altogether likely that he  will spend some time on this side of the  line, eypn if the United States authorities succeed, finajjy ia their efforts to extradite him. Deputy sheriff Lowry is  expected to arrive in Nefson ��onigh$  frpm Prand Forks, to which point he  had succeeded in tracing Smith.  J  It Js expected that this evening's session of the board of trade will be a  lively one as the trouble between the  wholesale houses anc! the Jocal retail  houses respecting what may be defined  as the wholesale and retail trade will  I come before the meeting.   Aside from  this, the circular issued by the local retailers to the retail memihantB outside  ,_���______. _-.*_���_-.�� __-��-..____ or Nelson ;9eeki__g tbeir co-opesatioa in  Prizes and Conditions. I  . The second annual prize meeting of  the Nelson Rifle Association will be held  -on-the-Fairview ranges-on"October_14th"  and 15th. A good list of prizes has been  provided and with favorable weather  the meeting should be a pronounced success. The first event on the'program is  the nursery match,'open to all members  of the association who have never won  a prize to the value of $3 or upwards in  any military rifle competition. In this  match there are twelve prizes offered  aggregating $25. There are seven shots  at the 200 yard range, position prone.  The C. P. R. match is the second  event. This match is for the C. P. R.  cup and twelve cash prizes, the cup to  become tho property of anyone winning  it.twice out of three consecutive shoots  [ or three times in all. It is to ' be  shot for at the 200, BOO, and 600 yard  ranges; seven shots at each range; position any with head to the target.  The tramway match is the third event  In this there is the tramway cup and  twelve cash prizes, the cup to hecome  the property of anyone winning it twice  out of three conseoutive shoots, position any with head to the target.'    "*  The corporation match is thp fourth  event. It is for the corporation prize,  a pair of binoculars worth $65 and  twelve cash prizes, the.conditions with  respect to the main prize being the same  as those governing the competition for  the other prizes mentioned. It is shot  at the 600 yard range, position any with  head to the target.  The team shoot is the fifth event. It  is open to teams of four, the members  of which .are members of the association  and resident in one town or district. The  prizes are ?16, ?12, ?8, and $6. It is shot  at the 200, 500, and 600 yard ranges, position any with head to the target.  The ladies' match is the next event.  It is opento all ladies, who can become  members of the association upon the  payment of 50 cents, who thereby have  the privilege of nominating gentlemen  member tp compete for'them, ne gentleman to compete for mpre than on��  lady. There are twelve prizes aggregating ?37. It is to be shot at the 1000 yard  range, seven shots, position any with  head to the target.  The grand aggregate is the seventh  event. In this there are thirteen cash  prizes aggregating f34, together with a  trophy and t\yo other value prizes. The  prizes will be awarded to the members  who have made the highest aggregate iu  competitions S, 3, 4, and 8,  J-ToIlO-dotf ______  ��^S 9-A^^�� ?l��lPs. cages, ore bin doors, chutes and general vrro ____ iron -work-"  _____&T? nTn^ff&^^WJS' referencesTandi fan pT,S��_f ��    ��,  SECOND HAND MACHINERY'FOR SALE.-Ono S-foot Pelton water wheel \._d_henn.P_.'"�� *_.._��  -' fSSFtoXy**-   ?no'lte5*13 ��uta'd�� P��*ed plunder afnk&^S.    IfflSSSj storing .  -   -AGENTS NORTHEY PUMPS. STOCK-CARRIED.,   0  P.   O.   Box lBSr   - THIRD   AVENUE,   ROSSLAND.  TELEPHONE 39/  P. O. BOX 627.  9  9  $  9  &  T*  9  9  .9  fi  '*  /.  9  I*  $  9  ?  I  .  .  9  9  9  9  9  9  ***********************  FORrSTYLEs  FINISH AND  PRICES IN  MILLINERY,  ETC., CALL  ON   MRS.  E.  Mclaughlin, west  BLOCK, BAKER ST.  ripi  *  *  tii  'tii  *  *^**-  *  *  *  til  It/  I     til  til  til  til  til  til  \_  til  til  _f  l_  til  Ml  Mi  tt  v_  Mi  Mi  Mi  Mi  Ml  M,  ��_>  Ml  Mi  Mi  Mi  >.  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  CHARLES HILLYER, President.       '        ; HARRY'HOUSTON, Secretary.'.  ?  '.     .   , ���:���: ^ ��� , ' }.      ;  *t ,& j,iat leceivea 3,000,000 feet of log - from Idaho, and we are preparod to enfc the 'lartreat h.II  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICE AND Y__BDS:' CORNER HALL AND FRONT STREETS.    r''  I^^^^J^C^  (ft*JUlC>HAslL*  ***********************  _*  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE OO.  ************************  Coffee Boasters  Dealers in Tea and Coffee  ************************  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDTT.S  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  THEY ARE THE BEST  You can get them at  MeDONALfi'S  Baker Street.  THE "CLUE 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 hns been engaged,  for thu evening.  Ty***********************}  | H. H. PLAYFORD & CO.)  We are offering'at lowest prioea tba best  grades of Ceylon, India, China and Japan  Teas.  Onr Bes^ Mocha and Java Coffeo, por  pound  9  40  Mooha and Jnvn, Hlend, 3 pounda .... 1 00  Choice Blend Coffee, _ pounds  1 00  Special Blend Coffeo, 6 pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 ponndi)  1 00  Special Blend Ceylon Tea, per pound 80  9  It  nt  9  m  9  ��.  9  ft  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  events Pure am ��wo ���  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. O. Box 182.  WEST BAKEK STBEET, NELSON.  m  9  9  (.  t_  CIGAR I  Mi  tli  tl,  <.  Ml  m  9  W. A CONKELI.,  PROPRIETOR.  FISHING TACKLE  j TOBACCO   AND  * MERCHANTS.  <.  9    m  $ P. O. Box 637. Telephone 117. J  %        . &  f*********************^*^  A. R. BARROW, A.flU.C.K.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  Corner cf Victoria and Kootenay Stroets  15 RODS LEFT  25 PER GENT REDUCTION  COME AND SEE THEM  CANADA DRUG & BOOK CO.  K.-W..O BIoolc  Cornor Ward and Baker S*s  P. O. Bos 65��,  tb_____phoists: no. as. .  BBSWBBS A___ BOTTLBRB O*  FINE LAGER BEER, ALE  AND PORTER  Prompt and regular delivery to the tiadfe.  _. KEWERT AT UJBl_SO___

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