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 _"��� ���"��� ' -1    ���*     '.i "^   t   *--**���������*...    _    *���"���������'        * IS   *���*���*?    _  *,-jW  ESTABLISHED  1892  SATURDAY  MORNING,  OCTOBER  12,   1901  -   .  ���."���TC.  ... -1 "^  ~       * ,*���>.  .1  DAILY EDITION  BULLEFS EBROB  1  1/  i*.  in  MAKES SOME DAMAGING ADMISSIONS.  ADMITS THAT HE ADVISED THE  SURRENDER OF LADY-  j.t SMITH.  -i .a  I   LONDON,    October   Ul.���The   stoim  ^raised - by general Bulier's speech yesterday ^ bofore the King's Rifles on the  South   African   situation   continues   to  ���iVrow.   In   his  remarks   general  Bailor  .complained   o(f  'the   general' cffiticism  'on  the  part  of  newspapers  regarding  the fighting in1 South Africa, especially  'theso reflecting upon himself.-. He ad-  [mitted    he   had   advised   general   sir  SjGeorge  White  that  it  would  possibly  ['be  necessary to  surrender  Ladysmith,  |_.nd said he would trust the public to  j,judge of the justifiability of tho attacks  I.The speech is tho one topic of discus-  Ifsion, and there is general .anticipation  Fjthat disciplinary measures will  follow  liunlcss general Buller takes the-advice  Lof such a conservative supporter of the  ..government  as   the   Standard   and~ic-  I. signs. The tone of the1 press is generality one of surprised amazement at his  !'indiscretions.   The   people   of   England  E havo stuck to. him throughout aWl his  l.wifo's social influence has been power-  l-ful and has even reached the court   Tt  | had been decided that ho would be ele-  fe'vated to the peerage on tlie next honor  llist, but it is-doubtful now, after ^yes-  terday's confession that he advised the  J surrender 'of .Ladysmith,   "A .humllla-  ���'tion   compared   with   whicli," - as . the  Standaid  says,   "all  other  reverses  of  I' the war would have been trivial.". That  fi either tho king or the-people will con-  " tinuo to favor- him is thought -impos-  bia Y. M. C A. lacrosse team this morning decided to appeal to the trustees of  the Minto cup for a decision regarding  the number of matches to be played for  the capture of that trophy. The action  of the Shamrock in refusing to play  more than one match is regarded as unsportsmanlike by the western team and  othei local athletes. The Shamrock executive explain their action by stating  it would be impossible for them to get  players together for more than one  match. The British Columbians regard  this as no excuse at an.  'MONTREAL, October 11.���Only one  match will be played for the Minto cup,  the Shamrocks refusing,to accept the  proposition of the Vancouver team for  three games. The western men are  somewhat disappointed, as they realize  that after the long trip they have scarcely time to get into trim for the game.  The Shamrocks supporters have already  sized up the visitors as formidable opponents and the refusal to play three  games may have been partially prompted by this fact. There has been but  little betting, odds slightly favoring the  Shamrocks.  STEAM SHOVEL ORDERED  sible.  1 CECIL RHODES CAVE -4.5000  Conditionally to the Liberal'Party. *  ���^LONDON^ October * 33 .-^Tri-S'S^c,.'ator:  'tomorrow will* print'letters from Cecil  Rhodes" and- tho late Francis Schnad-  hurst, who from 1SS5 to 1892 was chief  organizer and adviser of the" Liberal  party, sustaining the sensational ��� allegation made some months ago that Mr.  Rhodes in 1891 gave ��5000 to the Liberal party pn condition that Mr. Gladstone would not bring about the evacuation of Egypt by tho British troops.  Both sir William Vernon Harcourt and  sir Henry Campbell Bannerman;, the  Liberal leaders, have publicly declared  *��� this to be false. In a letter covering this'  correspondence Mr. Rhodes sums up  as follows:-"I met Mr. Schnadhurst  in London and he asked whether  I was -willing to subscribe to party  funds. I said I was prepared to do so  providing the .policy was not to scuttle  "" out, and that in the event of a home  rule   bill   being  brought  forward  pro  vision should be made for the retention  of tho Irish members at Westminster.-1  understood from Mr. Schnadhurst that  he would consult Mr. Gladstone, which  quite satisfied me, as I looked upon Mr.  Gladstone as the Liberal party. Mr.  Schnadhurst accepted the contribution  upon the conditions defined in the letter appended." In this letter Mr. Rhodes  demands that this contribution bo kept  secret and that tho check be returned  if the Irish were not represented at  Westminster, but he added a postscript  saying: "I am horrified at Mr. Morley's  speech on Egypt. If you think your party  hopeless' keep the monoy, but give it  to some charity. It would be an awful  thing to give my money for breaking  'up the empire."        ' ���������''?���.������... V  In 1892 Mr. Rhodes again wrote to Mr.  Schnadhurst ; drawing   attention   to   a  'speech of Mr. Gladstone foreshadowing,  ��a scuttle, out of Egypt' and expressing  jthe hope that Mr., Schnadhurst should  [do his best to check the mad step...but,  Khe said: "If your- respected leader 're-,.  ttnains  obdurate  I 'Shall  certainly call  jj upon you to devote' my subscription to  ��j_ome public v charity."  Iri Mr.  Schnad-  Tfhurst's reply*he says Mr. Rhodes' money  ['had already been spent; arid he believed  l_t had been given mainly to help the  [homo  rule  struggle.   Mr.. Schnadhurst,  ^however, assured Mr. Rhodes that Mr.,  ^Gladstone's utterances were only an ex-  Ijpression of pious opinion; that sir Wil-  Biiam  Vernon   Harcourt' was'also   an-  ilioyed at them, and that no scuttle out  |of Egypt was likely, as' he had seen lord  llosebery,  then slated for the foreign;  Jministry,   who   would'1 not  pej-mit   it,  Iicing a stxongTman, who would take his  'jwn course very different from the pli-  [firit, supple * G ranvilie?*  "Oii the reception of this," says Mr.  Ithodes  "I bothered no more. Upon the  lippointment  I   knew* that  Egypt  was  Raved.  I' leave your readers to decide  Siow far sir Plenry Cairn-oell Bannerman  is justified in characterizing the /origin-.  Bil statement as a lie from beginning to  jirid.    According   to   their   statemehts  iaeither  sir   Henry   Campbell   Banncr-  Ijnari nor sir William Vernon Harcourt  tare  acquainted  with  the  facts,   but I  Kiaturally   assumed   that   Mr.   Schnad-  iiurst was, speaking with authority/'   ,  Will Appeal to the T uatees.  MONTREAL, October 11.���After con-  For the Knob Hill Mines.  PHOENIX,   October Jl.���[Special   to  Tho Tribune ]���An era was marked this  week m the mining history of the Boiin-  daiy country, when the Granby company after due examination of the cap-  abihtcs of the machine, placed an order  for a steam shovel for use at tne Knob  Hill mine. The Granby 'company is well  known to be in the foiefionttto secure  anything and everything that can help  the   management  rn  the   operation   ol  the properties it "owns, _>nd this is one  ol the* *proporties it owns and this, is  but another step in the same direction  Duimg the lecont tup to the iron and  copper mines of Minnesota and Michigan, William. Yolen Williams,* superintendent of the-Granby company, paid  attention to the use of *steam. shovels  .there, and found they were a great success. On his return, after consultation  with the management of the company,  _t was decided to utilize one of .them  hqie at the Knob Hill mine. The ma-  chino ordeied this week ie. called1 the  Marion   steam  shovel,   style  Improved  A, and is manufactured by the Marion  Steam'Sho.el Company of Marion, Ohio x  Mr. Williams also visited the manufacturers on his late .trip east The shovel  is mounted on a standard gauge railway  car, and is completely boxed in with the  exception, of- the boom .and. dipper.*- The,  -Tsl_a.pl 1c Dut-plle6-.vlth"<rvertlcalJ-bollei,  54 by 104 inches, with 64 two-inch tubes  and having 255 square feet bf heating  sin face. ^The water tank, is -42 x 92 x 60  inches in size. The hoist is fitted with  8  by  10  cylinders,  which is  equal to  about 4p hoise-power. The boom, whn.li  is made-of iron, is 20 feet long by. 22  inches, in  width.  Thet dipper  will   be  specially arranged with1 four large steel  teeth and has a ^capacity of one and  three-quarter cubic yards. .It is-.figured  that the ore to be handled by the shovel  will run* about 12 cubic feet to the ton._  'It is, estimated -by Mr. Williams that  the steam shovel will be delivered rand  ready for use at the Knob Hill in the  course of six or eight weeks, if no'.unforeseen delays occur.   A railway spur  now being built to the Knob Hill will  run across the vein, and the ore will be  dumped directly into-the cars from the  -steam -shovel���Tho-shovel-will-Cpst _ l.e__  twoen $7000 and $8000.     ���  country as long as good weather lasts  and then disband.- *  The fire department was called out at  11 last night but the fire was extinguished before their arrival. The fire oc-  cuired in a small basement store room  in the rear of the Clarendon hotel," and  was discovered by the bartender. Incendiarism is suspected, but no clue to  the perpetrator has been obtained / yet  The room is accessible from the rear  and was unfastened. <  W. F Teetzel, representing W. F.  Teetzel & Co, wholesale drugs and as-  sayer supplies; E. W IVIatthews of R.  G. Dun & Co.'s mercantile agency; Alex  Taj lor, of the C. P. R. land department;  and S. S Irwin, of the Nelson & Vernon t telephone line, all of Nelson, are  here stopping at the Imperial.  The wife of Fred Penson, a carpenter,  who came here from Muskoko,' Ontario,  died today of consumption. She lef;  threo young children motherless Tho  body will be buried here on Sunday.  ONE BABBIT LESS  ' i    -J  ?4*  Vancouver Local' News.  VANCOUVER, 'October 11.���[Special  to The"* Tribune.]���The submission of  evidence m support 'of an alibi for  Rogers was the feature of the defence  of fishermen in the assize case this  morning. Yesterday afternoon nine  Japanese witnesses swore, 'one after another, that they had recognized Rogers  and Desplain among the, boats that rhad  captured them, and that Rogers had  been "there giving orders * on'the night  of the marooning.' Defence, of the .alibi  caused quite'a sensation, three witnesses  being called who were in company with  Rogers all through the evening from 7  till 12 and saw him go home on the night  of the alleged trouble. These witnesses  declaied that they had gone out in a  boat that evening, went to point Gray  and then came m again because of^he  bursting of tho 'squall, without having  taken any actioni against the Japanese  or being near enough to" speak to them  even. Rogers himself' is. going in the  box this afternoon.      .-> _   , ���> ,-'  The steamer Danube arrived in port  this morning' from Skagway with eighty  passengers and $400,000 odd, In gold.  This 'is the largest gold cargo she has  had this season. Tagish Jim, the first  finder of gold on El Dorado,-and other  well-known northerners were *��� passengers., Tagish Jim wiirbuild a large residence m Victoria.   ,-.  Objection,has been.made by the C.P?  R. before the city council, of Westminster to certain concessions'proposed to  be given by ^Westminster and Vancouver  to the Great Northern railroad."       '',  STAMBULOFFS MURDER IS  >" AVENGED. r  SULTAN   OF   TUBKEY  WILL- BE  HELD RESPONSIBLE FOB THE   .  STONE ABDUCTION.  taxes on the list are $6475.08.' This >has  been run up to a total of $8224.04. hy  interest expenses and commission of  sale. The actual expenses of" sale outside of interest amount to* $97155. The  tax collector receives only 5 per, ceut of  the actual taxes collected,' which will  amount to less than $200. The remainder of the expenses are caused by advertising, help and other contingent expenses. The money collected will probably be made a sinking fund with which  to pay-off some of the present indebtedness. Another sale will be held during the month to dispose of the-remain-  der of the lots.���Kaslo-Kootenaian. 7  ���A  ____________________  __ _.<l-.W)r..-4-  Bossland Local News  'ROSSLAND, October 11.���[Special to  The Tribune.]���At the supreme court  sittings'today the garnishee issue of  Manley vs. Mackintosh was continued  and finally concluded ,late this afternoon,  judgment being reserved. No other business was transacted at the sittings and  the Beamish order nisi will be argued  tomorrow morning. A. H. MaeNeill, K.  C, has taken out an order nisi in the  Colistro case, and both applications will  bo heard together. ,  ' There was a warm meeting of the Liberal association here last, night. A well-,  - known ex-newspaper man brought up  the question of the Alien Labor Act, and  asked that tho association wire Ottawa  asking for its prompt enforcement. It  is said that the discussion which followed brought out the fact very clearly  that Dr. Sinclair had been doing his utmost to prevent the government from  enforcing the law. The doctor when attacked for his action declared the agent  sent here had gone beyond his instructions, and had attempted to intimidate  the mine managers, and had otherwise  misconducted himself. The .charges  were vigorously denied, and a motion to  adjourn the meeting was voted down by  a large majority. "Finally a compromise  was agreed to by which another .meeting  will be held on Tuesday next, when a  resolution in favor of wiring the government to enforce the act will be offered,  and presuming from last night's expression of opinion, carried.  The union men are very indignant at  the refusal of the Ottawa authorities to  move promptly in the matter. They say  that at the request of the department  they secured a conviction and all the  necessary evidence that the department  asked for, and that Edward Williams,  who was senf, here by. the government,  has reported that ;the law has been  flagrantly yiblated, yet ?the minister of  justice has made np; further move in  the matter?       y       ..,;,?.  Greenwood Local News,  GREENWOOD, October 11..-r[Special  to The*Tribune.]���R. W. Brock of the  Dominion "geological survey now has his  party iri the hills above Boundary Falls,  examining the  country and  obtaining  Judge Got Hot in the Collar. ^.  ^-VANCQUVER; Octotler" 11��� tSpecial  to The Tribline.]���Rogers and Desplain  wore found "not guilty" late tonight by  the jury after, having been out four  hours. The verdict was greeted by a popular demonstration, which was remarked  upon by the judge, who ordered the ar-  restyof any persons who were disorderly.  An affidavit for a change of'venue was  made and granted, and the next charge  against the men is to be heard' atv New  Westminster.. The affidavit -w_s made"  by provincial constable Campbell, who  alleged the jury was influenced by union,  motives, etc^  ' '* ���  SMALLPOX CASE IN,NELSON  No Apprehension Felt.    .   - ,  The city..has _ got   another   case;_of  smallpox on its hands. The case this  time is James Hubbard, a prospector,  who has resided on the C. P. R. right J  v  NEW YORK, October 11���Three battalions of the Sixth Bulgarian infantrjr,  regiment marched through the country  between Dubnitza'tand  Shamakov  and  searched the, villagesi of the  RiloMais-,  ters district, in one of which it 'was re-  ported the brigands had'concealed Miss  Stone, says ay Sofia   correspondent.,   A"  searching party composed of 300 Bulgarian infantry and 100 dragoons is scour-*  ing sthe ranges of. Dospat and the JRho-  doptgelbirgen.v    The r American ; .consul  general at Constantinople has arrived at  Sofia withfa'pastor from! 'Philippopohs  as drago and both.are^taking energetic(  steps with the Bulgarian government to  effect Miss Stone's release   The reputed  leader of the gang who killed Stambu-  loff has met his fate.   Suspected of being  associated in the capture oi Miss Stone,  he "was"shot dead on the frontier.near  Kostendit.    Though','��1000 rewaid had  been'placed on his head for the murder  of Stambuloff, Hallo, .the. name under  which he was known,1 was* too influential  a ruffian for the Bulgarian police to ar-^  rest. Four .additional brigands have been<  captured near Tschepino and a band of'  20, fully, armed,   were  discovered _near  Dubnitaza and  driven; into the. mountains again  ,,  t.;v   ,t- r - ,_/<  CONSTANTINOPLE,  October  11���In  compliance with' a'-request from" Washington the search by the Ottoman troops  for. the ahjductors.'of jMissr Stone   has  been abandoned, it being feared that the  brigands would kill her should they be  closely,pursued., Arrangements aie now  being (made" to "'pay  the ransom, demanded.-   .  LONDON, October-11���After detailing the history_,of the abduction ofr Miss  "Stone," the," Spectator. lemarks 'Presi-.  dent^ Roosevelt and the Washington.cab-  inet maintain" justly Jthat'the sultan is  responsible, as it is/his migovernment  which provokes the acts of brigandage,  and they intend to demand .repai ation  from the porte. It will not be "-limited,  we imagine, to ��2000. The porte" will be  requested to punish the authors'bf the  outrage, and as Turkey is rsure to shuffle and Ameiica is tired of being;played  with, a naval demonstration is quite on  the cards The sultan will, - of course,  yield to the first^show of force"*"  LONDON October U.���The ^ United  States legation her-?/ Fays a. dispatch  from Constantinople to the Daily Telegraph, have received information which  they withhold of lome expected developments m the Stone affair. On Tuesday  it was supposed that an attempt would  be made to capture the bandits, but  nothing has been heaid since Monday,  when Mr. Haskell reached Samakoff He  , is not provided with funds, but has been  ~empowefca_tcrarrange the lowest~teimsT  u _ Arrivals Fromt lie    ,   -  } VICTORIA, October -11���The sealing  schooner Director arrived from'the Cop-.  per'islands tonight ;with- 899 skins for  t her, sea. on's work. .While coming up the  straits a Jap whose mind had become de-  langed tried to set the schooner'on fire  'by saturating-., sack with coaroi! and  lighting it. He was discovered In time  to" prevent a disaster. .   . -.,  -The   steamer   Danube   hi ought   from  the north today $101,000 in gold dust  for the N; A T & T. Company. Officials  of the company were here to receive it  and tomorrow will offer it for sale at the  provincial  assay office -and   claim  the,  rebate of one cent for Dominion royalty'  paid   to   Klondike   miners   marketing  their'gold here  There is a question as  to whether the government will allow  the  .royalty to  a  company,  it having  been' gffered to  induce the ���* individual  .miners'to maiket their gold liere.   ">'  burg last night it was stated that Glasgow clubs were prepared to cambine and  raise a guarantee fund. The Union  ground at Edinburg has "been provisionally promised for one or two matches.  Border clubs also.approve of the proposal to raise a guarantee fund.  .     _       ��� .   v In Search of Treasure.  VICTORIA,.October  11.���A } company  with a* capital of $10,000 is being fornfed  in this city to make another search for  the 'treasure*, believed by  many  to ^be  buried on Cocos island, off .the coast, of  Costa ^Rico.. The corppany "has' secured  the .plans of the island, and .location of  the treasure'received j by captain Hack-.  ett of this city fronrthe_widow of a mariner of Nova Scotia, who   claimed ~ to  have found ,the treasure "once but >was  forced to leave.it behind.' The expedition will also take an instrument which  it is claimed'will locate gold by "magnetic attraction, but which is "not at-  r tracted by other metals.'  Justin Gilbert,  stenographer of the supreme court and  formerly of New^Yorkrand Spokane is  at'the head of the company.   -  - y __'_.  AN INSPECTION'OF. MILITIA  KM CBESCEU^  I- rf i .   .   .        .  "v  .,-. l'. ''f-.-S".*'**'!  *  , - , . ���r-  >J3fi.s��a5ar. ���  i  y,i  -*���-. a 5  .     in  ' >i-__J  BEATS,THErRECORD MADEi\C'-*-*"**  . -.  BY i HIMSELF.  . ___ . _ ���-T-'iff  <*$-  ���-��_-_.. *�����.'*_ -ilS\ I  f _. -  .TOLEDO, Ohio, October-  this afternoon lowered"trie"  tingVrecord on a' half-mile-  quarter of a second.' The record/was^?  Will Bun to Honolulu"  i HONOLULU, October 9, via" San Francisco, October 11.���It  is , reported   that  the * North _ German   Lloyd   Steamship  Company is j about to extend its lines to  Honolulu." The company is said'to have  ,made arrangements whereby it will r expend "its system to San Francisco from  j Hong Kong, thus encircling the globe.'  'and'.Honolulu is saidTto be intended as  la'-port^-of call.    Hawana's   need ,of   a  cable_ .was. never more emphasized than  .by experience"* with   the ' news''ofJ the*  Ldeath.of president McKinley/]* The late  president, had-been shot andJ died and  his bodyr lying in state at Washington  beforejthe people of Honolulu knew anything of the occurrence at Buffalo. "Flags  were1 half* masted and  public <business  stopped.in,Honolulu for five dayS1 after  the body was lai,d away.    ' ,  The attempts to capture the bandits have  made the brigands shy of future traps,  thus   rendering   negotiations   difficult.  of way near the water front for some j Such tactics are severely criticised here.  time past. Hubbard noticed that a rash  had broke out on him and he called at  the office of Dr. LaBau yesterday morning in order to ascertain what his ailment was. It was a' rather well' developed case of smallpox and the health  officer had no difficulty in making up his  mind. He at once locked,the patienfup  in his office and set about making preparations for opening the pest house,,securing the. necessary supplies, arid en.  gaging a nurse. This occupied about two  hours, by which time the patient was on  his 'way up the hill. A little stepdaughter of Hubbard's is also -said to be suffering from the same disease and she  was  removed to  the pest  house.  The  wife and remaining daughter are said  to have left the city within a few hours  of the discovery of the disease, going  out  on  the  Nelson  &  Fort  Sheppard  train.   It  is  presumed   that   the   wife  brought the disease to the'city upon h^r  return to Nelson to New Westminster,  where   she  was   undergoing  treatment^  for fever. The house in which the family*  resided is ori the railway "right of way  and the consent of the railway company  has ��� been  secured   for  its  destruction.  Nurse Clayton, who. has 'experience in  the  pest house both   as .patienti and  nurse, has been "retained to Jlook 'after  the cases. A case of smallpox'no longer  creates any stir in Nelson and nothing  would have probably been hoard of.the  matter had it not. been-for the attempts  mado at fumigiating their premises by  a number of -persons upon whom Mrs.  Hubbard had called in making preparations for her departure.  Dumont Makes Another Failure  PARIS, October 11.���Dumont,, the  Brazilian aeronaut, made- another .attempt to win the Deutsch prize, but  o\ying to an acpidont to the rudder of  his-flying machine he was obliged to  return to tne starting place..a_ter.r__$y*.'  jpjglgOTe fifty yar(}s, -  Must Be a Char en Ter.   :'���'���'���'-..'.  NEW YORK, _ October 11. .-The World  quotes sir Thomas Lipton as sayingZ\n.  connection with the international yacht;  race problem that if no one else chal-  The brigands may in revenge kill their  captive. Moreover the fact that no  money was produced on the first demand  may cause the brigands to mutilate  Miss Stone-as a warning.  ,' Suing a.Life Insurance Company.  v ' MONTREAL,1 October 11.���W.-F.- Ellis, .testamentary executor of the *��� late  .major:, Howard- of -"fadtUng'^gTiii*" fame,  na's. entered action-for $10,000 against  the.Tempeiaflce and General Life As-1  surance Company, now the Manufacturers' Insurance Company of Toronto  The sum claimed represents the amount  of insurance carried by the late.maior,  payment of .which has been-refused by  the insurance, company on the ground  -.that. Howard" in foi ming a band of  scouts constituted a more hazardous  risk than in ordinary service, thereby  losing al' .rights under me terms-of the  policy 'in the event of death occurring  from such* special service.  THE DOMINION OF CANADA  Happenings in Brief.  MINTO TO RESIGN.  ' LONDON., October 11,���We un-  deistalnd," says the Daily Chronicle, "that owing to friction with  the ministry the earl of Minto is  not likely to complete his teim  as governor-geneial of Canada.  If* he resigns, the appointment  will be offered to baron De Bla-  nuire.  ��� ���#�����������������������������    �������������-. _���������-��-.  To Seopen the Union ]_C_nes  VICTORIA, October ll.���The Wellln-  ton colliery company has (decided to  ; place men at work in the Union mines  above the mine which they are flooding.  This is the mine in which the terrible  explosion, followed by "a heavy loss of  life, occurred in midwinter. The company has been pouring water into the  'mine at the rate ot a million gallons  a day and will have to continue to do  so for some time to coine before the fire  is out, but there are works "above the  parts which are on flre and it is.these  that the company intend. to. work'now."  They will also,put a double,shift,towtirk  in the Alexandria mines. This action is  necessary on apeburit of shortage of coal  poriseguent of the disaster in'the Extension ihines and also, to give the large  number of' men thrown out of employment by the disaster work. The.eompany  - is also opening up a new seam near the  Extension.-mine. '������*'.?���'���"'���"  ���'. Easlo's Delinqneirfc Tax Sale. ��� \  , Last.Saturday city collector Allen of-  ���fered for sale! by auction sornb six. hi\q^  dred lots?in .kaslo. for delinquent, taxes'.'  Over .150 lots ; we're sold, a .nuriiber'b.f  them (bringing i*qpre than the ;.taxes.  The. total, amount collected at'. ������Friday's  safe 'was $2146, .iriftklng' a total of $5000  collected7. during '������ the past month' from  BROCKVILLE, Ont, .October 11.���  Mrsr���'W���Nowland~S.as���knocked-(lowif  by a cart jesterday while riding a bicycle    She may recover.  HALIFAX, October 11.���Julius Rill  was arrested at Clark's Harbor this  morning charged with the murder of  Nathan Kaplan at that place last Monday pvening He is hold for tnal, ���ifhiah  takes place October 22nd.  TORONTO, October 11 ���The funeial  of the late Clark Wallace promises to be  the most impressive of Its kind ever  held in Canada Special tiains have been  ananged to cairy Orangemen from To-  lonto to Woodbndge and representatives will inelude delegations fiom Halifax and Manitoba  MONTREAL, Octobci ll.���The Allen  line steamer Sicilian sailed today for  South Africa with a caigo of 81S horses ���  tor the British army So far this year  5148 horses have been shipped from  Montreal to South Africa The steamer  Montfort has been chartered to carry  800 more, sailing November 15th  MONTREAL, Octobei 11.���Alfied Le-  fobvre is suing the Royal Victoria Hospital for $1999 damages caused by the  loss of a toot. Lefebvre was a coal c^it  dnver and had his foot crushed- The  doctors partially amputated it, but  gangrene set in and the temainder lud  to come 'off L,efebvre alleges that imputation w^is Unnecessary.  QUEBEC, Optober ll.���The Donaldson  liner Tritonia fiom Montreal for Glasgow ariived here this morning after  going' aground .off St. Antoine. Diveis'  examination found, that she ha'd * sustained a rip in her keel plates extending-  10.feet. Cargo is being discharged from  hei* hold.-At the'time of the, accident  the water in the river was 26 feet 7  inches, the ship's draught being 23 feet.  ? WINDSOR, Ont., October 11���Pet<?r  Seguin, of Elmstead, carried a, .small  bottle.of carbolic acid a_.'.V. plug ofrto-  bacco in his ppefcot, The bottle broke  arid the? tobacco absorbed the acid.,  Despite the tobacco's peculiar flavor^  Segfiiri" chewed it two days, As a result  his throat swelled up -a,nd, ifhe flesh bo.  came.almost, black. The pain was c*x��.  crutiatlng. . An abcess which formed on  the .iungs * broke yesterday *ind death  resulted.;   ?  ' y:   .-'  MONT11AEL, October ll.���The Star's  London cable-says: The possibility of  thei Canadian' Rygby football team visiting the British isles in December is  arousing  keenest   interest   In  sportin  < Complimented hy Colonel Holmes \ '<  ' The members of the', local .company" of  R. M R  were inspected in 'thir skating-!  rink last evening by lieutenant-colonel  Holmes, D A. C.,'of Victoria. The company <n_ade a very' ci editable' turnout,  the .muster' being very close, upon the:  full strength of the, company. The men  weie put through their-company drill  by captain Macdonnell and lieutenants  Brown"* and, Macleod, and fmade a, Very  ci editable showing   That tthe". company  impiessed  colonel Holmes,- very, favorably was. shown by the remarks'which  he addressed to the 'men upon", the "con-'  elusion ,of "his inspection. .He prefaced  what he had to say with the statement  that--he'did not makca praticeAof_ saying .any thing which he. did nbt.meanv'  From this he, went on to say^that "he''  was+very agieeably 'sui prised "with\the  paiade of the Nelson company.l When  the disadvantages under which the com-'  pany laboied weie considered, the"show-'  ing it had made upon inspectionw,was  highly creditable   Foi   the purpose -of  making the' inspection he had + walked  from the end of the car line to the.drill  hall and from-this he said he could appreciate, the disadvantages", under- which  the officers must have .labored in getting,  the men out to attend their drills. If,  under-such -circumstances^he had fourid  the company deficient'm their drill he  could  haidly blame1 them,  but he did  not go.so far as this. In fact, he was of  the opinion that the, ,__embers .of the  Nelson company were deserving of very  great credit ^f or the'Showing they had'  made  The eompany had mustered well  and they were a very good looking set  of men It might be .said that the clothing of some of the men might fit better, but he knew that in a center like  Nelson  the   men   weie   moving  about  very much and this would explain mat-j  ters  The difficulties --which had presented  themselves,  however,  were in the  mam initial difficulties which would in  time'disappear. With the incoming year  he had hopes that the uifliculty with respect to drills would be'overcome by the  erection of a drill hall nearer the center of the city   When proper facilities  were furnished he would be in a posi-  "*tion*"to~flnd_fault_if_the~"drm~wa3~not  up to tho standard, but ivnder the conditions as they existed he \yas free to say  that the member, ot the company wcia  entitled to very . gi e.it crpdit. He then  i eiqarbed that he had no right to promise, and the members snould not take  what he was about to say in the light  of a promise,  but he had very great  hopes that within the next year the establishment of two companies would be  brought about in the cities of Nelson  and   Rossland    This   would   virtually  mean the establishment of a city regiment   If this was done the annual inspection would be held In daylight and  it would be of sufficient importance for  the members to take a holiday for it.  The inspection then would resemble a  field day and would he of some interest,  whereas Inspection under present conditions   could   not   be  otherwise   than  more or less tedious  The colonel then ���-poke of the relative  relations between the militia and the  civil powei He \yas aware that there  was something of a piejudice against  militia enlistment in view of the fact  that tho men might be tailed out in connection with dl'.putcs between capital  and labor. What the members of the  company should remember was that they  were oiganized for the purpose of preserving the law and they could not be  called out except for the purpose of preserving the law. So far as he was per  sonalh concerned ho aid not mind saying that he was ceitainly opposed to  local men being called out m-connection  with .local disturbance that might- present- themselves. If it should happen  that there should. "p<_ <iny disturbances  iii Kootenay as a, result of the friction  botweeri oapital and labor he would be  ���.opposed'.to. the calling out of local men.  Jn conclusion colonel Holmes said he  would ask tho members of the company  to think over the.subject of the establishment of a" city regiment composed  at the Nelson and Rossland companies,  and he-was sure that with this and the  erection of a drill hall nearer the center of the city a very great stimulus  would be given to the militia interests  in Nelson.  Upon tho conclusion of the remarks  of (joloncl Holmes, the company wa3  marched back to the armory and the  drills for tlie present season were over.  tutiona of the city and more thari 40;000*H%-j|%  people gathered to see'rhim.' "' ' * *���-"' **"��� '*^*  homeof  George  Ketchum.  trainer, and driver; 4nd last^springVbV?Vf^>r^  fore starting on the~circuit Mr? Ketchum '^WJt  !hl^Iettei\*,�� fmaWJonesJknnSun^ced;3:p|  thet'he ;would give an'exhibition trot onf*VK��  the Toledo.track for' tlie * benefit **of alttlj^nB.  of Toledo's charitable^insrtituti6ns.-^Tn--^'���%%i  offer was at once accepted."*: The' result A^rbM'M  is that they will now receive>bout,��18;- iJjsffk  z ^.yr-r,^. "fr-��w^||  BeveJatoke Local News.^ vif% "M^I  /, REVELSTOKkr,V6cto~be^ai.^[Splc-^  ial   to^The^ ^ibune:]^V.;|^VsHF^S  lessee  of 'the   Victoria* ho'��_3l-has^as-"^n'?#^  signed; to J/ES.4fflBbald.^e>a&te^^  open here tomorrow.>vThere Whuff {wof-^ *S  cases;x one, ^Tangallk^fqi^a^irootihg^i^  scrape  at   Nakusp,* and* jthe/, other  PARTY;.SP_IT.IN_R0SSLAf.3c.  ���.-*���- -   '���ry, <���>���������. *���" .      _  >-,._.  .-*- *> ..y^.   l<;^.v?  .LONDON, . October ;.n.���Epsom   Lad  won the Kemptori park stakes of 500  _Q1  Over Alien Lat>qrl_i_c_.���  From .The Tribune's fdispatches- tAni  evening it' looks vefy^ much like ".'a spue  uP._ofpthe.LiberaLparty in RosslanVat. ^.  the resulfpj. the efforts that have'been  "  made by a few of tho leaders to pre-   "  vent the federal government from en-..  forcing   the   provisions   of /the ��Alton ' '  Labor Act.-.Ther,e are4 Liberals in Ros.s-'��  'land,  however,  who  contend  that the  '  laws of the country are made for tho '  employers of labor as well as the meu  who work for wages and they anno_-.-.��.e   ������  their intention of seeing to it th*->t . 'ion.-. .  employers of labor-transgress the law.  the same punishment shall be meted oue  to them as is meted out to the"men who*. ;  work for wages.  From' the dispatches  it.- would' appear that Dr. Sinclair, tha  local leader of the .Rossland Libcials,  has  been  exerting  what   influence   he  possesses with the authorities to wink  at the flagrant vioations of th-** . ..t ���  the management of the Le Roi Mining  Company, and a_ meeting of tbe Rots- t  land Liberals has been called foi Tuesday evening for the purpose of bunging  the question to a head when a resolution will be offered calling upon the federal go..rnment to enforce the statute  which it has been*instrumental in enacting  Section 6 of the Alien Labor Act, as  amended at the last session of parliament, gives thp attorney-gencial power",   ���  in case he shall be satisfied that immigrants  have  been  allowed  to  land  in  Canada contrary to the prohibition of  the  act, to take such  immigrant into  custody at any time  within .one year  from the date of his entiy into the Dominion, and return lum to the country    f  from which he came at the expense of  tho party partnership, company or corporation violating the piovisions ot the    -  Alien Laboi  Act  The Liberals whoso sympathies aro  with the mineis in their struggle for the  preseivation of their organization claim  to have every assurance that the labor '  commissioner sent to Ro.sland to lnvct-  tigate the reported \iolations of the act  has reported that the act is being flagrantly violated by the management of  the Le Roi company, but that in spite  of this report the Ottawa government  persistently refuses to put the machinery into motion which is provided for  in the act to cover just such cases  The Rossland miners have met at Ottawa urging the government to tako  action but it is claimed that their influence is being negatived by the nominal leaders of the Liberal party,in7 Rossland. The meeting in,Rossland on Tuesday evening will doubtless.be a stormy  one. That the Alien Labor Act has be -i  openly violated* is common knowled?"-  that the federal government's comiv ���~  sioner has so reported is also said * >  be generally understood. ,The very erudition conteinplated in the act is thes -  fore disclosed and the Liberals of Rossland will have to go on record upon tno.  question whether the men who won.  for wages in the mines of Rossland are-  entitled to the protection, of the statutes  of Canada, or whether the much vaunted  labor legislation of. the Laurier government was merely a bait to catch tha  labor vote at the general elections.  ���PiSF*,  ? ,f^j_*>jH  ���if u <**���*-_ 1  ~\S_.��!..  is*:  an  *-   -.r_M  *- zrM  _ *-wsF  %  -...jM.1  '_���*���������?. 1  < r-��ri  . * *_a  -   -��1  -   *AM fi  Oom Paul Congratulated.  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'ft. jSKjtjvjingrSgoldsprop ertles *'aty"dnce.y .The,. Prpspefi-;.
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«:B ■''-«'-'iTilnes ^andy'proap^cts' wanted.-Send'-repbr't*
u ;-y. i' v'::ahd_8amples to- theT?rbspectbrsViBxch'-iigS;*'
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Y1 Meets In Miners'.■•Union"-HaU,' northwest;
;-fecorner of Baker :and Stanley*streets,'every!
;:-v'>*' .Saturday: evening:-; at;?8 j\0'.oloc_.,.j,y|slting-;
;y-y;yv ,.y v.jnerabersp^welcome.- r>L r:R.. Mowat, .pr.esir"
yX'XXy- ?dent; James-"Wilks''secretary. Union-dcale--
'■S-r' -of -wages for Nelson .district; per .shift: .Ma- >
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A. iJ^^TED,^HEl_P.;f( OF,!I'Jy_GI_i.i'-KINJ?,S.^(
.., Drdefs 'for;. Help ;recelYe*-prp_n'pt;.^andfearer •
."'Agenti'_^tanleyj"st__et(i Nels6n.K!T!ei'eph'bnei
]y On; thejcpinstrucUpni! pf itherArr6w_feg.di&;sl
Kbptenayj railwaj.rto;the..Iiardo?distrlctv -(- 'I
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S^.. BARBERS' .UNION;y,NO.. 196, JOB?.THE .
i:> International Jo Urn eymen^ Barbers'' -Union:
'.'"^of; America:,'-'meets •lirst'-'and*" third iMondays
'.Sof^each; month inj^Miners'-iUnlon, __all at t
"8:30  sharp.. Visiting.- members;" invltecti.R.'.-
: McMahon; president; _•/.'__.'IMattiesbn! 'bee--*
. Tetary-treaJBurer;:*Jj: :C:'.Gardner, recdrdiiig;
■ .' :«^-rpt*ry... .fe.'--'-; ;:).X. fiA.-'m*?.^'* i'TH   I'.j'n- rf..f
Monday ' evening i in /the • Elliot
.-'clock,  ir. (D.,yMoyer,i presid*
"Vice,- secretary.' P. Q.';Box 161;
-Monday; evening i In /the • -Elliot'.Block?'-, at68
o'clock..■-. iJ.:i D.. -Moyer,. president:,,.WUliam.
■jiesday evening of each week'.;at,7 .o'clock/'
in - Miners'.' Union '-'-Hall.- G. -J--Claytohi*-:
president;''Alex, -B.*.;Murray, 'sectetary.-jj  j
?'•.' .PAl'NTB"__3,?UNldN'MEET 'THE.'P*iRSPr*:!
and third Fridays in'each -month .aU'MIli'v.
ers' Union !Halli:at:7:30.' sharps.Walter. R,,;
Keei president;:,Henry Bennett, jsecre.tary.,
' '-LAUNDRTv''WORKERS* ■; '...UMlO-MiW"!
Meets  at  Mtaer sV Union'.Hall' on ,/oiw.fcl;
Monday ln every-month-at-7:30 blciocK.p,..
*_'. B. Pape, president;.'A."W: 'McFefii'sec-
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-Clp.ssJHert;,Ad,i.iand.|._-egal-Notices,.perr, "i.i
■ .*' word?for 'first 'ihsertTbri'..&V:.-.'.-!-;".'..» ■'.-l-*'
. _FdriiiBachc-isiddltionaL':! i_sertibri,j;?periOi I'):
,- -word .-.....;.......•.....;.-..•.-..>........). r,r,l-T2.
1 Whetlfesale and" Business "Directory "Ads " ■
l'i CdafeslfiGd); •per;iine(iper-'_hohth;-;U'.:.*'.'f-'*)|50 (
riNotJces[iOfi:meetlpgs,,of Fratei-nali So-;y, '■'■<)
* - oietiea,, and Trades... Unions,, per :'Hne '■- ■'.,-
■J'T-rifi. r*_h_hth '■■'■'4-- *•) •■>'• •'>■.'.»" ji:>;> ■•■'Ji.'js!;.
■'-■■' j A-ddiness?all letters-^i.! jo.". ■'_)_.;.:.;> Kuoi
vJohnvHpVSton,; Manager,-:; •(.-);rfe}spn,!!B. .Cf;
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.**i (-"•"'On^'Saturdayjinext,*'; subscribersJ'i"i«i
■i^* j whose"Tribunescare!deliveredihy-f^:
•i*-' carrier' will''ihe' expecte'dtito-'payo^i
-'■ the earner*T"WENTY;eEN0?S;i 131.0*.
subscription 'price'-tor^ \thei current) >.!
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,;i_igh|^Company',. "made 4' 'prpp'osition^td'
!_ih_ ci't'y?c6i_ncii"'td'_"urni'shl,'.po.Ve:r;:^
jCit^.on a/peri centage. hasis;:tjie *companxr
i beingi-' willing- ltd'..take 65-per- centofithe»-
NELSON IX)_. <JE, NO 23, A...F. &.
A M. meets second WedttGsda.- iri
each mouth Sojourning brethren
invited.  , f,ff Q
NELSON _tO*E*A__ ARCH d____t'T_**J_-
Ko 323, G. R. C—Meets third Wednesday.
Sojourning co_npa_doi_B invited. "—~-
jotumtom. Z.; l&TW* Motthevw.
•,.gf 75?centsa.mohlh.r:The.counciijdid.iipt".
1 evencohsider Mthe < (proposition, 1] much -tfl;
^'the diSgiist'bf >iSi*'i_. •Carap'bell/'thie'Ooin*-;
pahy'k'.'sup ;eriii .'eh'den ti'' In i8!)9„ ihtT'sam'e"'
[ company, tried. tq; effect an, entrapce, into
"Nelson through the tramway compajajcy
The'-'efEdtt'*'.vas! ■blbcked'^ih^the council
.have they hse.9 W^M^^^W^S^tS^Z'
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'Trust,J?$exi9p.qnj;jftuthffill.ng i^e -1 >lrfl^tcv!58,._«
aeonce suoh loan upon enoti ter_QRriind,on.suc__
rate of interest and re-payable at- -___!__. iit__r-_;_J
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*/ iAgricultiaralT implements,;*.;.&ult..-,basb:ets..,|
:ia__d:i :crates?i|if^rult;;.:an"c*.,^ori^ept^.^txee^, ,'
Hbulbs^orifall■ pjanting..^*-; r. pjiZiii'SiKh^.'i I.
;. <;'i"-:.[__z-:..5:-.j>i ' ~■...■.■.; vj *riiuI)~GO:VA -Firr:
j ; -•,Catalogues>E:ree.;a Ma-#nnuyfi'Wte-.
iS. _pinRr,2Scfetit_)ahuniJ- j
i'V rdrea;Jf-'Applyat.j.'''ii;_ .;m..-_&.v
rr(r        ^^vecij^»Mg>a*^w_«.rf^'.' ■»■*■■ ■'i>x^,-»r&*ZK>'*t*^*i~~*&'t*'>.. H» '■»"*■■-•' ■"■ 'l&»i*0&~iAi~>*a)£&&d4&_ft_t*jri,i
teE mmon ttaitrnfl, aiivfiiuY momm, o«tofifia R i§ai
Lord Strathcona aud Mount) Royal.. Prosirton.
Hon Georgo A. D.uinmcud. Vicei President
E, S. Clovbton . Genial Manager
 _—.   ..-.    _-
Corner Bakor-Tand Koptonar Streets.
A. H. BUCHANAN, Manager.
Branches In LoNnoN (England) Nkw TOEK,
Chicago, and all the principal oili__ in Canada,
B.uy„ p.cd sell Sterling ^Esohaage and Cable
0n>nt  Qomme-Olal  and^Travelwe'VCredlbe,
av.iiH.nlo in any part of tho world.
*Ox«_taIs8xiod.iCp.sCUons Made, Btxj.,,,^   j ,
Savings Bank Branch
. w* _ -Making. Dem_jo_H_s__._. ■—~ .?_•_
JTerry Butler is the Tragedy of Labor
personified. t Terry Butler, -highest paid
mechanic on the "■-Pacific'-coa'st,1   Is   the
only* m^t-who^can^bjo^xthe gjgat 15;
gallon demijohns now being made at the
glassworks     He   has   the   fiame of a
giant but the work he is-daing "is too^
arduous for even a  gianf to" p~erfoi.ni
Byery day he literally blows the breath
of his life into'the great glass'bulbs. He
stajtes-his' life against his high wages,
arid}the game is a losing one_ The glass
which he blows is-not moi'e'frail;;and
brittle than' is his hold1* upon existence
Thej pay for which he bartei s his health
ayerages ?60 pen week. £* ! ■
'       ,T-*rry stands six feet some inches, and
his tgreat neck and  massive" head  rise
strong andr mighty over a chest which*
swells ,under the,stress of his, work to
heiculeanvproportions ■ He takes' the
glolie, aheady partly-formed   from  the
hands of his partner, swings it' gently
bet-jeen his feet and the bubble begins
to. fjisej   The-jVeins-pon   his   n,eck ,and
forehead  are  distended,'"and  still  the
powerful volume of„breath rushes from
his mighty lungs and the viscid glass is
ai ^ieldihg before .it as the soap bubble
of. a child x Larger and laiger it swells
with the pendulous,movement which tbe
staying of the  blower's foi m , gives it
T^en 'it" is slipped with a deft"turn' into'
a^vlnte hot mould wheie the giant still,
blows and humors it    The round mass
of. meltediglass begins.to   assume*the
shape of a demijohn, tlie neck and fehoul-
d|i s of ithe_great _hottleK gi aduallyfshow».
themselves,  and   the   soft   glass shell
takes .-definite form.—AH-this-> time the
aii^flom^-Teny^s straining lungs,is ,he~.
"ing_forced through "the blowpipe, andythe
hubble fises~and~ swelli without pause
.Sto.y-.ho-JiftsjiVo.itt of the^mould-jind
"places if on its base, tlien presS-.sIit.into
shape, and the demijohn is "finished,1 ess
cept for 4he jnaking«and phttipg on. of
the fteck    -S'furhjfce'door is flung open
ahd the. heat''frows'but m a | Sickening,
flood v « The ; puri** f of t the ^oiher furnaces
swells into a roar axtdi the head grows
di7zy with thejmlsatmgglow and ceaseless din.C_Meanwhfl<T_. g_oup~ofThen has1
been'jtoilmg-without paused The piecis.-'
ion-o___theirrmovements-and the -faultless action of, their co-operation put to
shame the rhythm of the'drill squad and
jnakrf^gymnasium calistheriics seem" like
foSlish'v play.i"< The^perspirallon •■ pours
dcegnj y^r^slface^c-sie^ hastily?drains
a quart can of water-jdiid then girds him-
■self up for   another   effort    Assistants
prepare the .jvork,for him.) JHe perfoims
that j-Jirt of It which n6 one" else can un-
deitake, for no one else possesses"the"
requisite    physical- strength'    One   of1
these ^assistants  goes  to  the  furnace,
draws thence a clot of melted. glass_at
the.end of a,blowpipe, blows.geptly and.
a'"bubble"begins to forth, ._wh.e_eupon»-he
"pauses, opens rthe  door _again that.the
blinding-white -heat-may—soften- the-
glass which was .beginning  to   harden,
prematurely and blow out a pear-shaped-
hulb L He ithen_ manipulates it_ whjl.e it
growi= rapidly, rolling  it   on   a white-
hot stone to give it the necessary shape,-
just as dough is rolled on a Ui ead-boai d"
The bubble^is-now- ready -for--Terry's
hands'   Tpie sweat is ti lckling from him
the shadows are black beneath hjs eyes
and his Knees, shake a little as he stands',
The furnace roars behind him,.the heat
comes'out in billows^ the   noise!  beats
into the.brajn, and "the face of-Terry,.
Butler* plainly, shows what he is endui -*-
r i*1 r   '
ing     (-J-     . j- __   „ -    _  ._
There are three furnaces=-three hun-
"iy m.usleis—to b. fedr..ith"Hie -jicnt
demijoliris The- arms^ of the-other
•workmen were moving -rythmically-at
their ,fasks, and the roar of%the factory*
■went on.< * The -heat of—the -plac & - had ■
giown almost intolerable to me.?        ,
"Come   to   the   door   and "talk,''   1
thoughtlessly said -* •'"     *
"My GoJ,  man'" .j-ephed Terry, "do
you want to kill me'" '
And, in truth, it" would havo been
fatal to him lo come into .contact just
then with the cool outside air His only
clothing was a woollen undervesl,.
dienched thiough and through with"
pei sp.raliou, and a pair of trousers,
sasgmg heavily with their weight of
mo'stiire -' .
"We have to be m.ghty careful to li\e
at all," he said "We can't afford to take
an/ nsks at thi3 trade Yes_ the wages
aio l_rge We "epresent the highest paid
jaeehanical skilled labor - But "the con-.,
Uilions undei which we work are\hard-
■However, somebody has to make /lenn-
johns, you know It might as i!.ell be
me as.the other fellow And,as for the
d.uger—well, a man can die but oncq.„
It lfa not that the lung3 alone give <.u£r
p"-ontually   The life  breaks the whole
P«_fa-up Capital;*1*.-   xT'^"_   $8000,006
Reserve Fund,„     ■   . -|j   -    rf   $2,000,000
^ "" 'L ^y   W      f   -n        -
_Hon..Qeo  A. Cox,"-'__•_.•-■•'   M  E. Walk»r,Jii»
President, General Manager
London Offlee, 60 Lombard. Street. E. O.
New *S"orl__ Offloe, 18 __Lxchango .Place,
■-.■^-r.—  —"..   r--      'I
»i»_-r___-y>.i.>_-if_. »\
r.r.r.. .. ^
0-A.3ST^A.ID-___    rtj
.aud 6d Brftnclius in C_nttda and th~b
Vnited States. ~
>     I \t r
i i-v* , _-
Interest allowed on deposits. Present rate
thi oe percent.
_   tT_ , GRANGE V.,,KOLT,     .
.   -. v A i r?>lnn._.s°H^" ^g-.^
*was revolved, Terxyigave{it!'8omfr!'^na7i-
ipulatioi^s with, a. pieca of melted gla^s^
_ancL.tue neck "was fixed and?Jthe demi_.
john was (.onipleted__        .,_...    _-^   -,_.
"-"'A hoy airo_t*-faiirteeh years''olfagCT
who-makes a-dollpr-a-day,-stands hour
aft-pr hourbefoie the furnace „door, m
the awful, withering" heat, and Tpplls a
Wire   'Hor top,-? is   slowly  offering ,^his
jtoung^life..as>ta- saci __ceiupo_i,''±he.^ltar
of laboi The inferno jawned, white-hot
and glowing, befoie me and I turned
asi._de,jy.ndcringvho_w  any man  could
-endure the^yghtcof^it and the scorch*-
ing-hi'eath ofif ten 'months in the year.
=0n my way out I passed a bnght-eycd
boy and stopped him a mome^--*.)..--)].?
, task ^of  canynig .the, finished ^gQfiles
fiom"the furnace     " —    •
"Are you gojng.to be a glassblower'7
I asked Ithe -voungste_!ri _ <_- e,,. 13. *
"Naw1 You bet yer life I ain't," said
he "Thej aie too quick for me I'm go*-
ing to, be a'jplumbef,""and,'-ie tiotted off
■foi moie bbttles*<from the hands of the
blowois He prefcis to be a plumber.
Wise little boy—Austin Lewis m San
EianciscoiExaminer  *      in    I      _       '
_ Cipriano1 Castro, the<rrself-constituted
president of Venezuela, is just'now pop?
ularlyisupposed to be (preparing to see
Jthe world beyond Venezuela > ■ For, soon-;
er or later, he must follow m'the foot^
stops of his piedecessois — Guzman
Blanco, who died wealthy m Paris, Cresj
po,,;who jwasj_ shot in battle, Andrade,
who is now working for his living m
Trinidad It is not likely that he will
^depart-like his immediate predecessor;
'Andrade, who.Tescaped through the bade
door of the palace as Castro and his solt
diers crashed through^at-the--front,--fled
to„the Baibadoes, -on^yenezuela^^onjy.
gun*bgat,',and_then] _wfth"mfimt^'(3qur^
tesy, sent the boat back to Castro, with
-a note,_saying i"I*return you the-navy^
yoiT^may^need it"yourself""" "Castro's" as ~
pira*1;i6ns,--it"is said, lean rather to the
Blanoo^method-^of exifeand tq a golden
exif "People*in his 'bVn house tell of
frecvuent shipments of gold sent abroad1
by.the'thyifty president , i;, / ■,, ,r,. <.
..ufi.i_   a   n>    1 . L.— \fl   -*•-.,i       *"    -
An attorney m_Indiana, the. slip^erih-
tendefit of a Sunday efcho'ol? tforged^pen-
3lon papers for friends, <on the _ground>-
that-they were-good-men and-deserved
pensions, although tthey had never served in the arffl^ *He said" that the dead
mgJ_ whose^ names were used '|would.
have beenKperfectly willi9^,'°"if''"aliye and
present, tp hay^s.vOrn tp the^-ipe.st^te.-
ments" "Thfs is given among other
■.records of abuse of the pension laws in
an aiticle in the For,um hy F^E Leupp
An attorney 'at'TT-Jviderie^; R I,"had
charge of the collecti&a of pensions of
several clients /* Whenever one of these
died'he changed tho man's^addiess at
the pension.bhreau tb some other place?
and_went there .and obtained^ the re-
tnitances He jwas»di awing the"money_4'
for about twenty of the.se ,dead pension-
Capital (paid up)   -   $2,600,000
Rest       -      - -    S 1,850,000
i       -        ,-
Branches in-Northwest Toitltorlos, Provinces of
-•Brit's/-Colunibi,-, Manitoba, Ontario and Quobcc.
'ZB. S.'^WlAND H...4 .'.... Preslden-.
D. R, WILKIE General Managor.
E, HAY Inspector.
 i_Li_; £. T; t {j 'iZ* O
^^-NJSLjSQJfc B)9_iNC.H,v/
r       .. BURNS BLOOK,     .     .      -,   ,.
A general hanking husinoss trf-tnsarted.
,  Savlpga I>opartmeat,—J.epositB.xecei.od-.n.nd.
interest allowed.
drafts spW,,av^Uahlo Jn all parts' of Canada^
Unite J States ami ii. uropu
vSpo(ji_.l attention given tot collections.
; ~{H*-JC- Ji^'Vr- LAY. Manager.
tb'sa_coholis__i|<-takb "*possessibiiv'of the
have norOtheF-summer_residence, nocido.
they need one For, having secured enough to purchase1 th'e'drinftj,thatugives
oblivion, theus dayjs.amhition is fu_-
filled .if,they, can but ;■}*. ajlqw (_and' sleep,
uritystivl-ed/.,.,-.*. The ^owest type of
negro'on the'-frest 'coast, of'__f_lea wohld'
blush to a_t,Tasr,theJr do;'but London apparently** ifiust submit --to"- such'■>*■■ gfew-
some-! exhibitions, for'-the Metropolitan
Police *• on duty ill Hyde Park have" no
power to interfere with'the type of sav-1
age who monopolizes and defiles the'
fairest~ot our opeji .spaces." 0    _ I
i (       ,r AT        ..   J .\,
I vWest-Pointers -who are still   jn(,thei
army rare calculated to be considerably
wrought up'.over some conclusionsr at
whigh an army surgeon fhas   arrived,
affer ^considerable   study   of .i assumed
phenomena, that graduates of the mili-_
tary, academy do not amount to much...
The surgeon_is_ma]or Charles E Wood-"
ruff^of jhe jnedical department of the
, armyr _qn_du6**_ at.J_!QrtJ-liley,. Kansas^.
He says that it "ought to be reasonable
to Texpeet* that %~ 'large- proportion^ ofc
West-Pointers   would   become   famous,'
or that at least some of them would become noted or successful-in- hfe —-The
tact is, the veipy reverse occurs," he says,
"for it seems as though the best way to
t extinguish a man is to send him to west
Point"" In'the^c'6u'r_fe of a_paper which
he has written'on the'subject, he makes
jsome interesting^ and-original observations   among"others that* absolute discipline kills aggressive initiative; that
ischolaiship'is-too-'often   mistalten1 for
j ability,  that, tlie.most successful military leaders, hafyetbeen^. noted, for their
ignorance of general topics and hatred
,of„books, afidj that "these same "military J
■ leaders are," as a rule, uhdisciplmed and
_ mfeubordinatg in -.the lower -grades   He
isays his i object iri* presenting thfe^e facts
i ire
?I Jjj tfl-oa
I So ol^.' oil
CVI'&r. 00* 00.0S0 • 010 '00'0*' <__? '0*» 0*" • 0* -00'00'000.0*. __^. ___•*-'. ___.
l'T*    _•~^"^"_   ^  ^~^~^r-^r-^^m_^^^__^__\^i^_\'_
Established, ln Nelson I8_d
-■_ _^-s"5-_-5-v5 -#*-_ Si
Up- and- Ask- for~Prices
i£ffl«|c9hr^ailgoods %&&rms **&$*& ^uii^A
giol- Js no
l^IOG  Jj
u wo
r •
an.aWpwiarvt-your-trade—send-us-your{-orders-and-ws will-do
./ao-raJ- othfefirest.   ,__
t' o [ ci'T Al
iio ftxtrcfan
\____bu-j _._"..
13L3 T j >■=;   "JiJ
JAGQ& DOVEH, "The Jeweler1' .1
_?T^^•^K-W;-3fe:Jtn*3Pe.ctopf.;,rS..__,KELSON. _3<CU
,% r_
,    -.     VCi    iJJiitJ ('KlO-j•.!,    7U    &TT       OJUiVOT
is * toirflbowoShst 1 tft^ ^ypuss. jiieaiv■ d T-^a
graduates, fjtjpni.i^spt.JJeiptA?: a n§UYfi_lg*.
wreclii^apdjjtlWt'he goes, tq bf. .du.aqs.ai_
a ..Qpginnsfiio^edxjf ecpQdih,^ut§flfinftiin &i
dtate.-yfc, c#Ja$Eie,.Q vprpi .out o.^X"_ J*ardi_
■worfc^^sel^SjdrrttB, ,^d p,est;er^d hy-
top,oj.j_^i ptuijiteA^nioj aJun,i);QrineudJgjA-n-
, ipbearing* a(W^^ry.$it}fe0^ ,0,_.,g^t. w0„
, rom J_. .jju, .1 i._.i, ' . 1- r votcuit.
|       Believed to Be (acRiC-nTitjd.L.u__-3
.' Napoleon Emo  ahd~W.  H   Howard
have'^k'd<^"(.i^v^tliat' ttt ^e1- _
' rri   _--..4,,n'\ij,-"iV-..   tiAlu ijy \jiilj". 5"j .
^WPJB b^th^ 9c&es. gold, str.tk^^p.ind.f
soiith0Jrfbrfe';rbf "L^dea'u'. creek
easterh^'m^oi\mG{" blip iaountaih,',,-
. .a ori
1 ter^-tfajftZ$oxt&rM,.,filler,, Torlt'e,
jS-J- 0 -
jorloa 0
_o o_i_.ui.njJj*! -s«;._i. v-jj ii*d oili ^IcJj.
nnr \rr, trr.-Qf',^__r.l
"CO   T-J   JJ.f(..Tjf(   -FT')   TTE..1-1;   '. -iliriio"
roiO \o  no Ls _ >.   *(v,nuo1 ffS-1 -ul_
-- Some*"iimely-advice and instruction is
found m one of the Iilanilg,, papers-' in
-tHe~followirig~~language ^-"In "sending
men\totlielPhilippines To deal with these
' people"" T_i-d    the" conditions    existing
■-nerertoo-greait ea*e can-not"be taken as
to character and fitness.   The people can
■•not he educated to Ameilcan ways, except by exercise of-gieatest^caie," t(ict,
and   patience^   ,'It   follows   that rnotie
should-be-settt heie in public1 positions
who do not possess, m high degree, the
- elements essential to intimate^ success
'These elements ai e_. first of all honesty,
and then in older named; ability, sob-
liety,   morality, ...tact,   cxuer.ence,' and
wise discretion \nZdealing   .vith ^men,
and at the same time there must bje due
weight given to physical condition IfLS
-it' j&«not-a-*cliR_ate-foi- inv-alidfc-Teachers
more (than students are required here,
and it should never be forgotten that
acts weigh more than words _.
Front JDoorsf-;
Screen* D-Jor^!
:    1    Windows
.      In?.?rle Finish   ~)
' Stv _»1 and coast.
.   _ _ -7oc*l rm& coasts. ,    ^    w t
~~7   No^el'FoSfsi-'-r"
Stair Bair"1    « f  '
MQuiclJ^igao . ,/\l
Shingles"' '■> -\".<y
' Dressed • Lumber
Thy.    i   <  .3f uU *_____£<. -r\ 1 ">
'oAidriANB 'GiPT-Paibi-S. 5.',".
leX &FN.YF M'3f*i»-.^*-"--'-»----=3S.!'
ground but as the ledge can-J-^tiaijedu
Over  two   claims, vtt_is  probahle' that
Messrs .Emo, anduHoyyfijd^rp,}n jlusjk^
Ferguson cP^\w»*oj»I_i»«^ >  ,»»■"
EIectionl5';of^vQ-iffpx<l(,J;o B?/ Protested.r
i The leledtldnl of--"^?hbmas' Gifford''fbi°
the'^'tJf^e^V&taffiaibt^ i^1 tS%k°
protested,,. The Jaw.allows, twenty-one,
.d^ays yi •ffhjph-tQ-1fll1e.a protest afitertthe.
-return of the wyit,iand asith^.wxit foni
the ^e^aV^e^tminiAterfbyrelection.was.
returnable onJ.SepjbembgriH5th.lit,wilL be
seen ,ihatL JbPSe i J.hqg. the.ipi oteslr >stilL
have a ifejv,.days«t<>  SPare^jThe. usual
_statptQry0j.hargp9v)will be .alleged-. Mr..
Biownjs committeeovillipot say. at pres-j
entfiwtjp would Lbe their candidate imthe,
event ol the electiph^heing) jipset, but it
is hinted .that- Mi,i,?r^w_),-.'svould again,
accepfr,thfi jiomination ifr,it„were oflered
to hum-     ir_yv_o_y   *>. f ,-   , -•» in t>
_i •JI'-/.   .-.it-ioa
JTOiS)<.*i -'Oi"
JJ3 ba"    -K a v^.V-^'ntfji:
TELEPHONE HO, 219.1 P. 0. BCX 688.
'^ 9?'^lip:?rM^?4^^ r°'Manutac1luMigttJiS_npany' t
ojnavie.. tlie. above-mentioned building* materialsrE
^M • ^WS^SM^PF^:    Special quota-V^
lions/ to ^^buiLderS' [and (contractors "for>-large- *•
r -f.
m. the forenoon.-a* tHfl^i4,Si_^S_jf?__!.9Slsr._-..^ V
-C^S-a^?mTnkae,rVlUe'  ^fe »*L.f    -
anTdTrnim°ifna?^t0°' 8th Ootober^^CMl-^V^I
«SS»°/ruJ? oldBr8th ocu*^3&£nim;*-%
oniy    °f Eossland» 8th October, 190_.iC_vH'* plf,^
anCdVmlnl!rn°n' 1?t>h Ootober' 19D1* ^%^^
-IIS o..no-   i*.o!) u b-oTl/,") r/-^..      |i      KJ-*^    ^x.    T.   f-E"^
u "mi   im  -i    i   l■■! in n >t, ii i    i *•       "j  i    v_j    ; rr?    's>
ar._x sdf jjs   <i__.ob.i_..  sj-o1_. ?rl_ Tire | $~\       j^     ,___.,/-3    ,*="]   s.     , fe
"S0ESERSI1 BY!,'MfllL?.ip?JE_.BED10 cPROMPEYfj
-it'j bo   irpjT  ,ii'isi„i 'mi oN'iicIi ^ u5(-'i     »^      ._J>1    ^   £3    '"Srs!.?       iS
III   -I    '     I   r   I    . i '      *    L     I l    *" "li ™     II   l^ I     II      f^
■ i "i
I BIDRUN,0 'October1 ll'-f-Germtn/ hit
i-epudiJited'^fhe ^cC-iiten'tionro_.' TeneiYofa
I       _.J    ^. li I    .ntjU ,.   .11 I Jl.* J   V
that .the ljepubhsitwas ..yiqjatod diuuis
thei aftia-y/of'Oetober eth'-aWPorto Caballo i between, -sailors" from the*-Germin
ciuisgi Venita'andJthe^pbpulaoe of Pot-
tja Caballo and leservfd the right of-
in c&enting dc'majids fo?r^;hfi "^umshment
, df the gUfiixiEAties antj'ifb'i satt§fic-
•tiiXBtrrxDr—- ~f
r rt_tv_*f "K' 1*"°t ■,"'r
tahNOK**-*. _.«»*» ^f"*-."'-'*N -STBlClfTS
On one occasion, in trying an abduc-
tion„case, lord Morris^ o^ice chief justice of Ireland,.addressed .the jury^as
follows "I am-compelled "to ""direct you
-to find .a-verdict-of guilty-in-this case,
but~you will easily see^fhain" thinlt it
is a trifling thing, which I regard f as
quite unfit to occupy my time lb'is
more valuable than yours^At a*ny rate,
it is mucfi better paid £oiC-Find-, therefore, the pnsonei guilty of abduction,
which rests, minjd ye, on four, points—
the father was not" adverse, -the mother
■"Wa_r_iot opposed, and the_l*oy was eon-
-^vaynient-'-' The -jury found-1 tHe-tpnson-
er guilty, and the judge sentenced him
to remain in the doil. ,t.ll the_nsing of
the court Hardly'had he delivered sentence/than turning to the sheriff, lord
Marris said *"I. et-us go.'2-i-rid. looking
at the prisoner, he caned   across   the
Lumber "..t
Shingles   .
ed w«tH Hot A;r
4 Lai ge comforJLpble bedrooms and flist-r
.class tuning room. Sample xboms'ior tom-
jmuctal men   ^    h)   /D||      ^    ^_      ^
\ i ••'/ RATES" OS.  P£f.  l>AY-r'   -
-L-'fll-' . _,
i Lata of the RoyallHotel. Calfeaj-y   -
yotcm dewn  It tires you right out and I court   "Marry thc.^irl at ^n?e,j§nd God
destroys the vital force  ,-You have n<*>
strength when the da/s woik i-** done
isTo, I . m not doing this foi anyone but
myself   I am not mamed   OUr nvpgeY
aveiage about $10 ... day That may be
taken a? a fair Ofat'mate as_the heU we
can do But we only work .en months in"
theTeai"; so wc only get "wages for thO-3-T
•ten months."   •'.".- y    .'.
; The giant—-who; by..the-.^'ay,4sigentlf
of-manner and;.eoft.ofr.voice. ,as,.giantE
'not>'unfrec[uentiy ar.e—turned  again t$,
bless you both,'
J According to' the"__bndon"Saturday Review, Hyde Park is no longer available
for the use or delectation of self-respecting j>egple_ "We have taken_ the pains
"to make a-pwsonaT .?£ud-jCoSot^tBays the
"editor; "and"*at ho<5n one day *we counted'
oififwl_6m| wdi'jSf lyihggupph* the Kgraisg
_.w*.-_.."^..-—-. -   -.--"■       ,.-■ isoirie 5f»nly partia^y<.dfctMd, son_§ usipg
Lhis-:tasfc:"«*Iis.:assistant .took -the bulb i'fj&rfuj ir_preba^ti<>ns-;?|nd gobscene Slah-ii
of glass from-the ■furnace,,:.;-hlev. unttU..? ^iiakesofJ'tlie- foulist^kindW-whJ^h-lbthfirSv,
Jit swuns? pear-shaped from ythe blow- • were actually hangins; their underw.cpr
•pin8ra^then_ha_id„d.it_tO..TBViy..M..ffi}-J in broad daylight. Thousands^of th.esp
j-^h? T>rfy blew it to the proper eize. I?T wretched specimens, most of"whom "Bwr
proa placed jji^^^frflinp^'the'ftai_.fi* ppori thelr..^a.tjirfis_U_e brand.TOfalaTOry
A-1 White Pine Lurqbor Always.in
:       ,. .stooK.     " ,v;,:
1 5V8 carry » coujplt_fce stork of
0-_a»t Fionrmg,*-Ceihngjinside7!5^!--
i-*_5,) Tu^wd Wen]?, Sawh^and Doors.
i Sppciijl %der: .yvork willj Evecpiye.
Rrpmpt ar/cantion
I   -j'  " ^    j.    " u
Pdrto Hiofliiimber Co. Ltd.
^adden lio^d
Baker and Ward
Streets. (felDan.
' 'The.only Jbotel ln'Nelsoni^that has remained! under one pianageinont since l.iW
T^heiibecl-rooiJir. irp well •furnished and
lighted hy,electr_cij>. /   t  ,r ^~ _ ,
| ,The bar Is always r8jLociea'ptv tthe beet
domestic and Imported liquors and cigars
" THd__AS~Irf-ail3:_m;'Propr_etbrr~
Plv.i^n0/"^,1 e?nv™°<3.   22^droctofer./iaoi.^ * ^4
Civil and ciiminal      » ,      . '* A     *l"i>-ty tfe;
Cl^yan^oS3_iffB"'   ^   ^i0^19^"^!
r.-*01.!1'-* Sif-rNanalnjOe, 3rds Decemberra-'1.0L,!|ifTS'-U
JClvfl-andJcrimin_il**:;ss4 JS . S*5 **.r*M ^i&^t.
jrJByacomniand^ ^jr ftt PsbNTlgfe .-Mfy^'^.
^Ir, ^ t, top-i*    S3    |EroMcl_J3Secr^ar^-.*'&t'-lg:v
ferred.hls interest in the E,l__h. Diamo"^V        .3
.   __   ?earr  C-^eelC abb&t  three, miles _frorn"•'*-' >. V
1.,the toTEMf«ftniWlyC«4o_f_hSf %h"d^di^.^*-™
. iqrnlng the jEvenn g?Star mineral clilm-.^i^    ^  ■
-"No-lson nhni1^ aiVlfifegSf West Kooteiws?if#v.   ,
dlbtritt,   and  recorded  in  the  .etoider'«"" * "" s «ji
oflice foi  the Nolson mrnlne diV.M°.r -   %t   '  11
■•.ir?1^?-1^ eaVl'"of y,ou ane^htreby ijotitieO" -,.   'M
^^to^gsr ^t^r^l^tlf?' :4|
.{„ * i ln5 -mmoiai Act,3and if within it -^ _=>'.!
.'_!.,C .\ w13 f.om the aate of this noU-»"/fr -41
jou l.ul,or^re£Hse.torcontributej»ur■)><£§». *  ..USSl
_tton fif aasnch-e^o_tdltu*t^-tbK^fr:,witfr & 'il
♦il Ca°nwS °.f «"»««».ing. your Tn tores Ui" ^ <ll
■the -said- elaims-wltl^ecomcr^thT.-'pTHriBi.j.*-—'  ""'* «J
-  ntltl dS" Under sect,"n •• Af -"■'•*•       -- *•■%*
'—   1901
Situate  In  thevNcl_.on,lllning>.rn.iaiori o_* -      4®
^est^Kaotenay.X^lfetrlct-lC.j /_        r-i>lZ?JC,     ^*|
Where located
-"Nelson y fp      v
. _"  Take notice Jtl
.bout one_ mile south of
notice fiiat I.Wiliariv.JohA Goepel, y> ^ -'fe
^rf8._^rfifls5Vie. ^? -S" 500.iintend A >*\
ais -from the date_herL.of, to aptilv--   _.Sjg
ri.ee jMi,
sixty dais .from
'     -    -,_l  '
_._Vnd further take notice that action  .in-
der section 37, must be commenced before.
.the -Issuance^qt^sucjti .Certificate,-, of  Ira.-s-
--piovemeius ^ ' \ .« r^s  •- *   *, \3   z\     t
^»ASated-thls"-10tli-fia* »oi^AUgu_t^Ai?T.X"'5r--
19°1. , /W" wJ_, GOCV1CI..
- -  0BETIH0ATB--6l^l_SoVEMS»T8r *
->.r.'u''1 NI-'^v'-'^5,V^-^^!i**yi?lc<1^*^*tf*Ji^ •
slOiate  In  the NcTsSn MlnhiK l>.ilslon  Jj _
-AVest -Kootenajr"IH_rtrlctr'""T"'JW™J—^-j^_s.* m
rv)S. lie''- -hitj.ti.Uw Abttut,ono rails, soutu ot fe
Nelson    ■<■*,»•■.,«»             '   's            » ™
ritersonj  3
1.    r  .*>
' ,;COGNAC, possesses a delicious bou-
f r-quet-- -r- n •■ - ' -- -
! ^COGNAC is mellowed by its great
1 "age, and is' recommended to con-
' ,noiseurs,-;and ^for mpdicinal. purposes. "
Edmbtirg, the largest holders }p {he
world ot Scotch Whiskies, _
-Whisky is one of the leaders—try it
^Agency for full stock at Victoria for
■■ \Xy. .... Vic.tqria.   B.   C.
\~vT&$&' gray:
: ■'    "■*'•'" Kootenay Representative
& Q, t Box i52i; Nelson.
 ■* -_    , -1   •>
Third door from Grand Central Hotel
on - Vernon street Best ^dollar a day
house in town House an.1 ^furniture hew
and flrst class In every_respect_.Lighted
by gas Room and board ?5 to $6 per
week. No Chinese employed here
: Jryt'O'-LrAUGHL.N.-Proprietorr-
J. H. M6MANUS, Mariager.
/PodTil's Lighted ^y Electricity and Heated oy Stram 25 Cents to ST
;-^l_l.(_-;  ji(jtlc&'-; tMt  t'J John    _ _
Vf!S^ti'ui*?-^rcr.l^LkLVfc'*   -i tiJLmtend.   „
6ixtv days from the date hereof, to aunly  U
"to  the ;Mlnlng _}e_or&>r-. _# a CtiUJ__i.io g
or Imfirov«_meiH<.,  t$r tlfe purposo ot  obi  &
lalni"tr-» ' Tfo\vr. t^n nt . f t, _   -.i^ov < . Ii<>rii   >*
And further tike notice th it action, un-  !l
dor .sealon..?., must be commenced before   is
the   issuance   of   such   Certlficat-"   of   Im-'-a
pro.emuits .   sr.^,_» r-r-   . t- g=
dayj-o.  August  A   Dt  fl
Bated J this ICth
claim, bituatc In the .NoIbon DiininK <li> 13-  >
.........  .    {
J il
Bar stocked with best-brands of wines,
liquors, and cigars Beer on draught Large
comfortable roomx  F'rst<class tabM board.
1 BRsrwitna and BO-mj__a or
^ANP-SORTER ,....'-.,,.,-,
■   /-'.;  . >-i>_____A \;V'-' 'jV?,**-!'
.^.-   n-_-  .   -;—«e* »^—^    if ,**    *.n.' ;    f h—1
Prompt and .regular delivery,, to. the . trade.
B__SW__liiT "AT"' J.B3LSON'
HKAD  OlfPiOS AT     "*
'NBLSO-N.vB. 0.
Wholesale and Retail
Dealisrs in Meats
'Markets al.   Noleoc,   Rossland,   Trail,  Kaslo, * Ymir,  Sandour Silverton, Ne.
Denver,' Revelstoke, Ferguaoti Grand Forkjk Greenwo<x_, Cascade Oiby, Mid
way, and Vancouver.
Mail Orders Promptly Forwarded
West Kootenay Butcher Co.
« ERESH ANDySAkllRyWE^^i yy
:■:,;;'xy'r '-.": '.'.-'x ? ?*wholks___b'and retail       "
■ ;'-;":%-:?:;-:r'.t?:FISH:'ANb'PC.UliTRY''!N
•    *      r'"'" r        OBDEliS _._* MAIIi RBCBIVB PROMPT ATJTBNTION.,
E. C, TRi^ES, lanatge?
ion'of Weet Kootenay district . Where' lo-v
cated, At the head of Grohman cieeK ou
Grohman' jnountain Take notice that 1,
J M McGregor, acting as agent for Steve.
Hawkin., -ufioe minor's1 corttfl_ate,uNOi.
b50,435, and JUouis Strand, free miner's certificate No b37 293, inl end sixty da>s fioiu
the date hereof, to apply to the mining re-
corderTfor~a""certi„cate of Improvements,
for the purpose of obtaining a crown grant
that action under section 37,,____.t be corn-
that action, undi.fl section 33, must1 be,cortw
menced before the issuance of such certificate of. improvements ;
■•   . r«    >- .    5 * -   J m McGregor. '
t>ated this 12th"day of Auirust   100. ,
We he(Sr tcThotify tho'morchants and' hupinef ~
men -of Nolson tt>ntT.c havo purcha-spd-tho bn»i—-z
nissand good .vi'l of tho Pacific Trnn. for Corn-
pan., _ liioh it is our in tent Kin of "bc. rporatintr °"
with the bu-inosB ot the Nelson Freighting & .
Transf or Company, .\ ore main yours '      . J
-    ' „It H  WILLIA-H"".-- ._
Manager'Nol. on F.'&T Co.    *
*. NOTICE.. -
NOTIOr is horeby (ttven thit I inl end to nnply _
at the noxt sitting of the Bonrd of Liconce Com- * ,
mlfMonerfl  for tie City pf^Np^son. to--he litldij.-
aftor the c\pirntton of inl rty daj r from the dare
hereof, for a transfer of the retail liquor liccrca
now hold by mo for tho prcmt_es",sltnl\T<) on )o_
1. blook 12. Baker stroet, Ne)sOD..ai)_..known as__
the 'Athabasca' saloon, to Norman T  V»n'pod»
of Nelson. - . - - P. J. nUSSKLLt<-. —
Witness: Jas. 0*Siu.A    . .    '    .     t. ■*, J. 1   , ;
D-itcd Us 27'h day ot September, 100K - ■ -      «
t.i ■ f
,      NOTICE.
!    NOIIGK Jr hnreby given thakUnt«nd to pppljr
t at the hexr.nittltig or.the' Bonxd ol Licen-<o Com-
-missioiierfffortheCltyo^-NolFcm to bo he'd afc"
< ho expiration of thirty divvp fi om I ho dato hereof^
for a transfer o^-the-Retail Ll_mot Licen°e now:
hold-by mo;fon; the.-prfmis.os known  a« tha-
Bodetra Saloon, situato "on tho enst hnlf of 1M>
, nine (p).-in block on. <1)) Id the Pa'cLCilv of Net-
n.on.'toWillinm Wftltbsky and Kd.vard C. Dav
' id. on;;both of tho said Oil y of Nol. on.
Dated this llth day of September 1301.
:      r '7 zrz-- w. g. uobinsojs^
Wituksb: E. ,C, DavipsO-I.
■ „ ■_\rt________^''____y________
v r THEi IJSTELSON TRIBUNE,  SATURDAY  MORNUSTG,  OCTOBER  12, 1901  &*** ****** ********************************************  * It  Ml  _.  Mi  -.  \_t  \_  _i  \J.  \_  \_r  V_  _.  \b  0/  x_  ��_>  _<  *  ._.  *_<  tir  Mi  Mi  Mi  DAMP WET WEATHER CAUSES GOLDS  '  TEETZEL'S SYRUP OF WILD CHERRY,  SPRUCE AND TAR CURES THEM  ONLY TWENTY-FIVE GENTS PEf{ BOTTLE  <.  1��  f*��  *  tt  *���>  <.  *.  i.  *.  <T��  f��  1��  <n  it  <n  "A  1*��  ��.  *.  1*��  1*  ��*���*���  ��a  CITY AKD DISTRICT.  Born, at Kaslo, on the 7th instant, to  the wife of Bently Hoar, a son.  The Kaslo Kootenaian has been reduced in size from a 7-column to a 6-  column paper.  Certificates of work were issued yesterday to D. T. Mowat on the NJagajra  and Oregon Fractional. ,  Tho Imperial Bank of Canada, which  has a branch at Nelson, is establishing  a branch at Ferguson, the chief town in  the Lardeau country.  ��'*���''  I"    '������  I   "hi  - W. F. TEETZEL & CO.       NELSON, B.C. S  Mi It  %l*** ************************************************&  Fop the  IK\ *  !-���-.-<  l-tr. ..  II? ���_���_*  m,  V rtf/ \  feu  Having added lo my stock a large  range of Youth's Boy's and Children's  clothing,' I am now prepared to offer  to ^the public the best variety of these  goods ever shown in Nelson.  Everything is new and up-to-date  and are selling at the very lowest prices.  Intending purchasers wil. do well to  examine my stock and get prices-before  purchasing elsewher.  .  217 and 21$)  ?'.   'Bake.. Street  j. A. GILKER  ^r ^-*'*,o__<^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^,^^^^"^^;^',^'^^'^'_v:  W*Vi, .-%'0*^ ' '       '   * ��-��fl  R*.::  wzz  Iff  I IT PAYS TO GALL  I.3k_/l."?   *���'.*  a*^  The body of George Young, who was  drowned off the steamer Kokanee on  Wednesday evening, -was recovered by  the searchers yesterday.  Both services at the Methodist church  tomorrow will be conducted by the pastor. Subject for the evening: "Does Religion Pay?  A talk to young men."   >       .  The funeral services in connection  with the burial of the late Harold J.  Strachan will be held in the Baptist  church on Monday afternoon at 2  o'clock.  was decided,to close down in order to  give the men a chance to go but and  stake ground, a privilege of which nearly all of them took advantage. It is  said that the Nelson men will be late  on tho ground, as the entire neighborhood was reported as staked yesterday  morning, the people nearer to the  find getting on the ground first.  Archie Reid received word yesterday  to the effect that he had been left the  sum of ��80Ci by the will of his grandmother, who died a short time ago at  Dunlceld, Scotland.  There are 125 children enrolled at the  public school in Kaslo, and the average  dally attendance is 112. This is probably the best average attendance of any  school in the province.  Jasper Phair has purchased the cigar  business formerly carried on by Crow  & Morris. He, has made arrangements  for a new stock of goods, which will  arrive in the course of a. few days.  A. F. Rich and S. O. Covell of Boston,  the leading members of the New England Fishing Company, are in Nelson on  a visit to the coast. The Ne*w England  company has established a very important fishing industry in this province.  Their specialty Is halibut. They employ  their own vessels, with Vancouver as  their base, and carry the great bulk of  their fish over 3000 miles to market.  During the past' season they shipped  over 100 carloads of halibut from Vancouver to Boston, in addition to the fish  that they disposed of locally. As all of  the company's fish shipments are sent  forward by express the business means  much to the express companies.  W. S. Stout of Toronto, general superintendent of the Dominion Express  Company, whose head office is in Toronto, is in Nelson on a trip of inspection of the company's business in this  province. He is accompanied by G.  Ford, superintendent of the company at  Winnipeg. Mr. Stout is one of the best  posted men on express business in America. He was virtually the organizer of  the Dominion Express Company in Canada. How he has i succeeded may be  gathered from the fact that the money  originally put into the business was in  the neighborhood of ?40,000 and the  company is now 'paying interest upon  a> capital of $1,000,000 a  WHEN YOU WANT ANYTHING, IN  \&V��-  ��$'*'  ._.-&?)*  IWA'>t<K.l"'  If-^i-'U-'i  [ ���?_**-.'-.'��-   ���-,  .2... .V K .-*  vWE HAVE JUST RECEIVED,A LARGE STOCK-OF  I _4_ i  *>V,..i,     C__\  ***->��� w,  \jfj      PICTURE AND  ROOM   MOULDINGS, AND ARE NOW  READY TO  i {  RECEIVE ORDERS FOR PICTURE FRAMING.,  fev"i  .�����- _��� *  I J. u.  >f.) . '^^'^���^'^���^���^���^'^'^���^'^���^'���'^���^���^'^���^'^���^���^���^'^''^���^���^>��'W  c?J <*���:* .     '< *' i  ' -.  ���.  ���*���     _ . -���  ��� ���  Tomorrow at Emmanuel church Rev.  William Munroe will preach in the evening on "Christ and the Worker." This  will be the second of a series on "The  People's Christ" Appropriate music  will be rendered by the choir.  The members of Kootenay lodge No.  16 I.O. O.F. will give a dance this evening the proceeds of which will go to  assist the family of the late .George  Young- who was drowned off the steamer  Kokanee at- Pilot Bay on Wednesday  evening.  Captain Gifford is down from the Silver King mine. He says - everything is  running along smoothly at the mine.  The school is now in.full swing. It was  opened with an attendance"; of 19, or  nearly double the number required under the schol act.  '���GOOD CHEER" STOYES AID RANGES  1 'b  '-;'. -���-' i  Z-z ^ r- ;We.-are in the" market again, this season- with   this  line of  ' 'r Stoves^ - After handling them for a nurtiber of years', we -are  ������    "cohvincEd ''- that "-they    are . the    only T Stoves     that     give  " ^ABSOL-UTE-SATISFACTION. '  r       r O  ,   ^       ,. ... . ��� #  '; Call and see our large and complete line.  LAWRENCE   HARDWARE   CO.  Importers and Dealers ln Shelf and Heavy Hardware.  E. FERGUSON & CO  WHOLESALE LIQUORS AKD CIGARS.  NELSON, BRITISH COLUMBIA.  A COMPLETE Llf.E OF CANADIAN f^iU IMPORTED LIQUORS.  Eainer Seattle) Beer in pints and quarts.     Dogs Head Ale and Stout in  pints and quarts.   Kola Wine, the best Temperance drink.  Our Special Canadian Bye in 5s and 6s.  Dawson's Perfection Scotch Whiskey.       Granada pure Havana Oigars.  D-iioii Cigais, a full ise gi.i j.:ictt,0ards and Poker Ohips.  Agents Brunswick-Baike Coilender Billiard  Tables and Supplies.  HONDI .TEA  J. A. wm i CO.  -The best in the market, in 1-2  pound and 1 pound packages.  Telephone 161.  fle a Pound  GROCERS AND PROVISION DEALERS, Houston Block, Baker Street  TREASURY STOCK FOR SALE  20,000 shares ROYSTON GOLDMINES,  Ltd."-This is a good time to buy, as these  shares will advance in the near future.  20,000 shares of IMPERIAL MINES,  Litnited, 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 ���  EAL ESTATE  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.  j fred Irvine & Co., Jacob Dover, the  Hudson's Bay Company, the 'Imperial  Bank of Canada, the Slater Shoe Com-'  pany, and. El A. Small & Co., all of  whom" stand high in business circles,  make announcements- in the advertising columns of The Tribune this morning-..? _  ��� A simple but pretty home ceremony  \s*;as that with' which the marriage of  Miss Anna Ewart and Charles P. Lund  was solemnized oh Thursday at the residence of the bride's parents, Mr. and  Mrs. Robert Ewart, at E937 Nora avenue,"  Spokane. Both ' are well-known s at  Nelson. '  The only, case,in the police court yesterday morning was that of a Chinaman  who was charged with a breach of the  recent amendment to the city health bylaw which prohibits the carrying of swill  through the streets by Chinamen.. As  it was the flrst case under the by-law  and the accused entered a plea of guilty  the magistrate imposed a nominal fine.  Signor Halz will arrive from Spokane  this evening. He is.to sing the role of  "Mephisto" in Faust at the operatic  concert on Thursday next? -Spokane  claims the signor as their favorite operatic-and���concert��� singer���Besides���his-  work in II Trovatore and Faust he will  be heard in a selected ballad during one  of the concerts. The house plan will be  at McDonald's fruit store , on Baker  street at 11 o'clock on Monday forenoon.  The withdrawal of the Imperial Limited today will make several changes in  the running time of the C.P.R.. trains  and boats out of Nelson. The steamer  leaving Nelson to make connections for  the Crow's Nest line will hereafter leave  at 5 o'clock in the morning instead of  the afternoon as formerly, and on the  return trip the steamers will arrive in  Nelson at 5 o'clock, in the afternoon.  No change will be made in the schedule  of the steamer for Kaslo. On the C. &  K. branch there'will be two trains tomorrow for the- main line and coast  points. The first train will leave at 7:10  as usua^ in the morning and the second  at 6:40.in the evening. After Sunday  there will be but the evening train  leaving Nelson at^6:40 p. m. The train  for Boundary points' will leave at 8  o'clock'in the.morning and the .train  for the Slocan^ branch" at 10 o clock in  the morning.   -     '".   ' '  .      ���. '  '  ���  iu;  ��� -   .   '  .' At a special meeting of the ways and  means.,committee of, the Nelson Boat  Club which was held'last .evening arrangements were " announced for the  holding of the flrst club dance for the  season, E. E. Phair of the Hotel Phair  having consented to!give over the use  of a number of rooms, in the hotel for  this purpose. ��� This dance will be held  on" Monday, October' 2Sth. Tickets for  mej.-bers will be $2,. with. $2.50 for non-  members, including cjne lady and 50  cents extra for each additional lady.'  yNlembers of the club 'are 'at'liberty .to  invite friends from the outside to whom  tickets may.be sent, tiut in case of tlieir  inability to attend the money will be  refunded. _Two committees were appointed, the first upon'the sale of tickets  and the 'second as aj'^dance committee.  The former is made iip of Messrs.' A.- H.'  Buchanan," C. B. Winter, J? Rae, R.  Cochrane, W. A. Fraser, H.* E. Croasdaile,'W. J? Beaven, J. A. Whetmore, J.  G. Bunyan, D. Rutherford, and J.' W.  Ford. ' The committee upon the dance  program is composed of Messrs. Selous,  Croasdaile, Winter, and Matthews. The  proceeds from the dance will be used to  assist in financing the regatta next  summer.   AT THE HOTELS.  -Charles  Olsen,  Nakusp; _  On account of the fact that there  appears to be much misconception as to  the difference between Socialism and  Anarchism, the Socialistic Educational  Club have decided to discuss the question at their meeting tomorrow afternoon'in the Miners' Union Hall. The  subject will be introduced by Miss M.  B. Merrill, to be followed by a free discussion. The meeting will commence  at half-past three o'clock. Members'  business meeting at 3 o'clock.  Mrs. Gordon Grant of Victoria, provincial organizer for the W. C. T. U.,  will spend Sonday and Monday in the  city and will address a mass mooting  in the Presbyterian church on Sunday  ovening after the regular.services, and  will also speak to the children after the  Sunday schools, the meeting place being the Methodist church. Mrs. Grant is  a public school trustee in her own city  and is an able speaker. She will be the  guest of Mrs. E. C. Traves during her  stay.  A large number of Italians arrived in  Nelson yesterday from the ' Lardo  branch. They were formerly employed  on the Carlson & Porter contract but. did  not like the layout and quit in a body.  Italian labor is not held in very great  favor by i;ailroad contractors now, and  so far as they can the contractors endeavor to get on .without the men who  in the early days of railroad construction in Kootenay had the first call. Italians are little if any improvement on  tho much abused Chinese, and in fact  they buy even less than the Chinamen  of the goods of the country. Their departure from the railway grade and  from the country will not be lamented.  JTREMONT   C. W. Harrington, Molly Gibson.  NELSON���Elmer Black,'Seattle;'Ed  Stewart and T. B. Bellamy, Spokane.  QUEEN'S���Mortimer Collin, Wardner; H. B. Dibber, Lardo; Mrs. Luff,  Cascade.  GRAND CENTRAL���H. P. Forrest.  Vancouver; J. W. Fuller and Jack Carney, Kimberley; Harry W. Carroll.  Lethbridge; A. Hudson and A. Nor-  mand, Ottawa; John Sloan, Slocan; W.  Sorenson, Rossland.  PHAIR���W. A. Williams, St. Louis;  Mrs Helen DeVilk, New York; J. F.  Holman, Spokane: T. G. Holt, Vancouver; A. F. Rich, Boston; S. O. Covell,  Boston; W. S. Stout, Toronto; G Ford,  Winnipeg;  Siduey Norman, Spokane.  HUME���Robert G. Drumon," Fernie;  George H. Ramsay, Vancouver; John  P. Miller and W. M. Bray ton, Kaslo; J.  R. Gifford, Hall mine; Miss Stickney,  Vancouver; Samuel Vila, Hamilton; G.  W. Thompson, Sandon.  O IT  (v!.,n -���-���:'������-���  ir.rs.zo..  Mayor Fletcher and a number of  other Nelsonites left on yesterday's train  for Salmo. They had heard of the recent gold strikes in the vicintiy of the  Yellowstone mine and started out to see  if there was any vac-ant ground left.  Godfrey Birtsch is said to have brought  in the news of the find, which is pronounced tho most important ever made  in the Salmo neighborhood, consisting  of a big strong ledge of gold quartz in  whlo.h'thp.TC.fl,rpi Jarep sold values. It is I 1  .,.-.���.���,-.?��������������� i;!t��i;i.   _fr~*'.!-*':-''f'vrrf-P"������?*.:r*f?-;!_.I^'i-r:i3^itt?.;^.r_'R?i^JY_'fi^'T;'" ���m/it. frffrfr*ff*ff.:_.S**  Is Your  Watch Trusty  If your watch ever was  a time-keeper it will be  one again'if we repair it.  We promise you thor-  ough^satisfaction no matter  what make it is  BROWN BROS  Opticians and Jewelers.   .  BAKER STREET  NELSON  NELSON, B.C.  KASLO, B.C.  ESTABLISHED 1892  SANDON, B.C.  BYE  TO SPORTSMEN:  We have the finest assortment of Guns and most complete stock of Ammunition ever received  in Kootenay. Mauser, Winchester, Marlin, Savage, and Stevens Rifles. Winchester Smokeless'and  Savage Carbines. Ask to see the Winchester Carbine and Bouchardt Automatic Pistol, unequaled  for simplicity, accuracy and effect.  MINE SUPPLIES AND HEAVY HARDWARE  Blowers, Exhausters, Hand Shaft Pumps, Pipe and Fittings Steam Packing, Leather and  Rubber Belting, Hose, Etc.   Agents for Giant Powder Co., Truax Ore Cars, Canton Steel.  Lardeau Mine Shipments.  - Now that the Lardeau country is to  have a branch of the Imperial Bank, it  might be of interest to the public to  know what the bank will do there after  it is established. The Trout Lake Topic  has compiled the following table, which  shows the amount and value of the ore  that has been shipped from the minesj  of the district:  Silver' Cup    1,020       ?150,9GO  Nettie L       470        58,570  Triune    '. '    132        34,350  Broadview         26 1,665  Ethel         17 1.595  Great Northern       28 1,345  Lade group    ."       6       '   1,320  Cromwell          7 -800  St. Elmo ...:...*       6  "   ���    510  Total    1,712     $251,295  *a************************4  FOR STYLE,  FINISH AND  PRICES IN  MILLINERY,  ETC., 'CALL  ON. MRS.  E.  Mclaughlin, west  BLOCK, BAr  -KSR ST*. -'  **.***********************&  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES '  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES' *  GANONG'S CHOCOLATES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY .CANDIES  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIESs  GANONG'S FANCY CANDIES  THEY ARE THE BEST  You can get them-at  MeDONALD'S  Baker Street.  DRY GOODS      GENTS' FURNISHINGS  BOOTS & "SHOES      HATS & CAPS  Our .next auction sale be held at 8 o'clock  SATURDAY, OCTOBER I2th. ,  on  - As I intend closing my business here the end of this month-  all goods will be sold at private sale regardless of cost.  A few of our sample lines:        ' ' .���  '. ,\ Black all-wool Cashmere, regain  ir price.  Velveteens, regular price   .Ladies' Linen Collars,  regular  Ladies' Cloth Jackots, regular  price.  price.  .75 now $  .50  .75  .20  All colors Corticelli "crochet silk, spools at  Come and,get bargains before itTis too late.  15.00  7.50  A5r  .30'  .4.6  12J.  10.00 ���  .4.50'  '.20  A, FERLAND  ROSSUAND   GI>TaiINBBRI_NQ  VVORKS  '   . **    ',���*'-���.- OUNLEFFB"&  MCMILLAN    - !      > \. _".  , Founders, Boilermakers and Machinists.  ORB OARS, Bkipg, cages, ore bin doors, chutes and general wrought iron work. Our oro cars aro  the best on tho market.   Write us for references and full particulars.    ' - ' ' '  SECOND HAND MAUHINEllY FOR SAIJC-Ono S-_oot Pclton waterwhool, width600feofc, "8 to 16"  spinal riveted pipo. Ono 10x5x13 outside packed plunger sinking pump." Rock drills.*. s_ODln__  bars,&c,&c. ���     . ��---." ��    ������'.-:-������  p;  AGENTS NOHTHBY PUMPS.  O.   Box  198. THIRD  stock carried,  avenue;. rosslIand.  TELEPHONE'39.  P. O. BOX 627,,  Nelson Saw & Planing Mills  -__,i__v-:ia?a__i3_>.  CHARLES HILLYER, President.  HARRY HOUSTON, Secretary.  Havo just leceived 3,000,000 feot of logs from Idaho*, and wo aro prepared to cut the largest bill  lengths.  Estimates givon at any timo.  Tho largest stook of sash,  of timbor of any dimensions or  doors, and mouldings in Kootonay,  KOOTENAY....  COFFEE CO.  ************************  Coffee Roasters  oeaiars in Tea and Coffee  ************************  Wo aro offoring at'Iowosb prices tho best  grades of Coylon, India, China and Japan  Toas, ,  Our Bos., Mocha and Java Coffeo, per  pound 9  10  Mocha and Java Blond, 3 pounds  1 00  Choico Blond CoiPeo, i pounds  1 00  Special Blond Coffee, 6 pounds  1 00  Rio Blend Coffee, 6 poundB  1 00  Spocial Blend Coylon Toa, por pound 30  A TRIAL ORDER SOLICITED.  KOOTENAY COFFEE CO.  Telephone 177.  P. 0. Box 182.  WEST BAKER STREET, NELSON.  1)9*********.*************}  COAST LUMBER OF ALL KINDS ON HAND  OFFICE* AND YARDS:   CORNKR HALIi AND FRONT ST REETS. * *  ^ms^\ms_m_ywm_vmm^s^s^ss^  i\\  m  9  t*.  9  <.  9  ��.  m  9  I TOBACCO  MADDEN   BLOCK  NELSON.  AND  ._  m  >ft  9  ����*���  9  t_t  9  Mi  Mi  Mi  CIGAR |  MERCHANTS.  P.O. Box637.  Telephone 117.  A. R. BARROW, A.M.I.C.E.  PROVINCIAL  LAND SURVEYOR  :5-.^T3_rr*rr5r_'i'*i;;.rr."7;Ro"o_'i.nn_.CT*  Every stitch is considered in the manufacture of  Is being  appreciated  by economical FIllXSlL  and nobby  dressers from  the Atlantic  to the Pacific.  Wear.  iMl__*_l__-4B!_-^^  Tho Job Printing Plant of The Tribune is /tho most comploto in Kootenay. Good workmen are employed,  good stock is used, and good prices  aro charged.  THB BIN DBRT DEPARTMENT OP  ruauio.  BOOK BINDING  .... tue TDiniii;c��c.��_fi'��-i5Tinu i iMMsn.^j., ;So.:i_iaiy rjji Fn hi auk i. onif s.  ii*j_-'r-vWi"!*S.|*'''��'*.*.i'il!i* ���i)���..yu._ny,:z_>.!..;.j:.-xrx::-. ;X: ���:   -���--���' . : ���������--,���������'. .XX- *"'*��� '���������-��������� ' ���


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