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 KynvU^td hA^^1^  ffihe  ���ffiribtme  THE TRIHUNE  IS THE OLDEST  NEWSPAPER  PRINTED  IN THE  KOOTENAVS  Tuesday, September  89  1Q03  NELSON   IS THE TRADE CENTER OF SOUTHEASTERN BRITISH COLUMBIA  [L. S.] HENRI G. JOLY de LOTBINIliRL,  Lieutenant-Governor.  CANADA.  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Edward VII, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of  Great Britain and Ireland, and of the British   Dominions  beyond the Seas, King,  Defender of the  Faith, &c., &c.  To ALL TO WHOM THESE  PRESENTS SHALL COME,���GREETING.  A PROCLAMATION.  A. E. McPhillips, \ TArHEREAS, We have thought fit to  Attorney-General. J *���*-��� cancel our Proclamation bearing  date the sixteenth day of June, one thousand nine hundred and  three, directing the issue of Writs calling a new Legislative  Assembly, which Writs were directed to bear date the 16th day  of July, 1903, and to be returnable on or before the 18th day of  November, 1903, and in lieu thereof to issue this Our Proclamation whereby We do make known Our Royal Will and  Pleasure to call a new Legislative Assembly of Our said Province, and do further declare that, by the advice of Our Executive Council of British Columbia, We have this day given  orders for issuing Our Writs in due form, for calling a new  Legislative Assembly of Our said Province, which Writs are to  bear date the fifth day of September, A. D. 1903, and to be returnable on or before the second day of November, one thousand nine hundred and three.  In Witness Whereof, We have caused these Our Letters  to be made Patent and the Great Seal of the said  Province to be hereunto affixed :  Witness, the Honourable Sir Henri Gustave Jolv de  Lotbiniere, K. C. M. G., Lieutenant-Governor of Our  said Province of British Columbia, in Our City of Victoria, in Our said Province, this fifth day of September,  in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred  and three, and in the third year of Our reign.  By command,  R. F. GREEN,  Provincial Secretary.  Candidate Taylor Protests by Wire,  A numberof amusing incidents, occurred on Nelson's streets as  soon as it was publicly known that the date of the coming pro-  vincial-electiorisv-had"beeirchanged-from October 31 st~to*October 3rd." 'The change seemed to suit everyone except Sidney  Stockton Taylor, K. C, candidate of the Liberal Party for  Nelson City riding. Taylor received word of the change on  Sunday, and he rushed down Baker street to hunt up "Alf"  Parr, the Liberal candidate for Ymir riding. Parr was not at  his hotel; he was probably out seeing whether Nelson's big  day politician was doing his whole duty. Taylor next ran into a  bunch of business men at Thurman's cigar store. The chairman of the Liberal-Conservative campaign committee happened to be near the bunch. Taylor, who was very excited,  imagined he was on the platform of the opera house denouncing John Houston's record as a friend of laboring men. He  =^hailed-.the=Liberal-Conservative-campaign^committee--chai!-maiu  and said: "Why, Irvine, I have just received a confidential  telegram from the coast that the elections are to take place a  month earlier than I expected, and I think it is an outrage.  And I want you and Houston to so declare it."  The chairman of the Liberal-Conservative campaign com-(  mittee wasn't at all excited, and calmly replied: "O, why  don't you tell us news. We knew all about the change yesterday, and our candidate, John Houston, knew all about it on  Friday morning. The change suits us first rate." This reply  was so unexpected that candidate Taylor didn't stop to impart  further information, but started off to wire a protest to  lieutenant-governor sir Henri Gustave Joly de Lotbiniere.  Yesterday candidate Taylor and ex-candidate-for-mayor VV.  W. Beer had several confabs, and both appeared as if they had  lost legacies. The news of the change of the date of the election, as far as The Tribune has heard expressions of opinion,  seemed to be taken as a matter of course. Few people care to  have elections hanging over them too long. Taylor, who is so  indignant, has been actively canvassing the voters of Nelson  for over three months, and he is the one candidate in the province who should not find fault with the change; but he knows  he will be defeated, and he also knows that "Alf" Parr will go  down with him.  Candidates in Nanaimo and Alberni.  [Associated l'ress to The Nelson Tribune.I  Nanaimo, September 8.���A largely attended meeting here nominated Henry  Shepherd, miner, tis the candidate of the  Liberal-Labor Party, of which llnlph  Smith, M.P., is the leader. It i.s reported  that R. J. Hickie is likely to be the Liberal-Conservative candidate for Alberni.  Mr. Hickie has been a resident of Trench  Creek, aud is well and favorably known  throughout the district. Dissatisfaction  with the latter gentleman, by the way, is  causing talk of running an independent  candidate, and Henry Pillar of French  Creek is mentioned as possibly entering  the field. Meanwhile the Socialists are  active in the tripartite constituency.  North Nanaimo Socialits have nominated  George Taylor of Northlield. This fiction  has been endorsed by the Texada Socialists, whom Mr. Hawthornthwaite organized. If there are any Socialists iu Alberni itself there is no doubt that they  will also consent to the nomination of Mr.  Taylor. The Socialist machine, although  of recent construction, works remarkably  like the machines of tlio old parties.  Neleon Must Keep on Agitating for Rates  The reduction in freight rates recently  conceded to the Vancouver -jobbers on  goods from, that city to Calgary, although  being far from what was asked, is sulli-  cieut nevertheless to" encourage them to  ask for more at some later stage of the  game. It may be looked upon as the thin  end of the wedge of the endeavor nn the  part of the Coast merchants to eireum-  scribo somewhat thc avariciousness of  Winnipeg tts a distributing centre, holding tis it now* does enormous business hold  over the immense territory from tho Lakes  to the Pacific.  Many ai-c aware of the great struggle  the Prairie City has had during the past  20 years to obtain her rights as a wholesale . centre on incoming and outgoing  freight. It is therefore only natural that  her "jobbers should look upou all this western territory as theirs by right of conquest  against thc combined powers of Eastern  wholesalers and railway stubbornness.  Their present position is due solely to a  steady tenacity of purpose exercised unflinchingly during the past busiuess decade.  Tho future of this city as a distributing  point lies in the ability of the merchants  to hold a fair sized territory, and will depend on the energy and business acumen  displayed by them iu that direction. Too  much stress is often laid on geographical  position, with tlie result that the energy  that would without this position bo  aroused, slumbers, with the result that  nothing like compatible results are ever  forthcoming. It is like a retailer who  happens to get on a good corner and imagines that having got the corner ho must  of necessity get the business; many have  been rudely awakened from this busiuess  elysium to find themselves in a death  struggle with a less pretentious competitor "round the corner" and who has not  lulled himself into day dreams of this  nature.  It cannot be too often reiterated that it  is the people who make or unmake a city  and there is many a thriving centre of  commercial activity on the map to-day  simply built up by the pure energy of the  citizens although handicapped by a poor  geographical location. There is a remarkable illustration of this in the city of Los  Angeles; quite apart the tourist feature,  which does tremendous work in Southern  California, this city does a great jobbing  trade and competes in a lively manner  with San Francisco, although the available territory does not approach four hundred thousand, of which one fourth live  in the city itself. No one a quarter of a  century ago would have chosen tlie geographical position of- this city, for most  assuredly everyone then would have pointed to either San Diego or San Pedro, on  the sea and with fine harbours, as the  most suitable position for a southern metropolis. '.:  The question of Nelson's ability to hold  a goodly portion of the wholesale business  of the upper country necessitates a somewhat broader sweep than is usually accorded when discussing thc matter. The  effect of railway extensions will become a  potent factor in the case and undoubtedly  point to considerable readj ustmeut of present transportation arrangements, and be  it said largely in fayor of coast, cities. The  extension of the Columbia and Western  will bring Vancouver within _50 miles of  this city as against the roundabout and  clumsy present route of GOO by way of  Revelstoke. \  The last few years have not witnessed  on the part of the coasi merchants an intoxicating desire fora huge business in the  Kootenays. This has been naturally due  to depressed conditions and incidentally is  the tremendous Northern business which  has been and is still more interesting to  them. With better; times, however, in  sight a big bid will be made for the Kootenay trade, aud it maybe taken for granted that efforts will be directed towards  obtaining better rales from the C. P. R.  so as to admit of competition with Win-,  nipeg.    . . r"  When a board of tirade from a city" the  size of Vancouver approaches a railway  company on some grievance, it can hold a  no mean threat oyerjeven an octopus like  the C.P.R. Particularly is this so at the  present moment, wh'cn the G.N.R. whistle is all but in hearing. A combination  of importers aud exporters cau undoubtedly influence the -powers that be and get  concessions, if not on the basis of reason,  then by intimidatioiK This will be the  policy of the Vancouver board, and it will  not rest content until  it  lias I his upper  cm>uutry well in hand.  It would be idle for Nelsou to expect  terminal rates for some time, but certainly much cau be accomplished in a moderate way by a policy of lively activity on  tho part of the board of trade and the  Wholesalers' Association of the city, a  policy that will obtain for this metropolis  of the southern upper country a fair-sized  territory in which i-easonable rates will be  in operation so that the retailors throughout the territory will join iu tlie benefits.  Practically all that is asked is that u jobber can bring iu a car of goods to Nelson  and distribute them so that all are able to  participate in the advantage of this wholesale distribution.  Unfortunately, there has been too much  of what one may call "parochial" flavor  in the discussion on this subject. A very  unwise opposition to this wholesale center  scheme was in the air about two years  ago, emanating from a few who were  looking at it from a decidedly "village"  point of view. Shall it profit this city one  iota if there be not one wholesaler left?  Is not the experience of all cities of any  pretensions that they have been built up  largely because they blossomed forth as  distributing centers? Therefore it should  be to the interest of the retailer to assist  bj- way of his membership in the board of  trade, to see that till that can possibly be  done is carried out with the transportation  companies, and a steady insistence on the  equitable rights of this city from this  point of view.  Geographically, Nelson is beyond discussion a natural distributing point for  the Slocan, East Kootenay, the Boundary,  the Lardo, aud the ymir districts. It remains with the citizens to either rise to  the occasion on the one hand, or on the  other fancy they have the corner store,  and in this imaginary security-allow what  should be an important factor in the upbuilding of the city to.be dissipated among  the smaller centers of trade within the  Kootenay and Boundary districts, to the  ultimate and irrevocable damage of this  recognized trade center. F. W. P.  There will be a meeting of the campaign committee of the Liberal-Conservative Party at 8 :5J0 o'clock tonight in the  rooms of the committee, corner of Baker  and Josephine streets.  Four"Papers  Sidney Stockton Taylor, K. C. has four  newspapers supporting him, namely, the  Nelson Daily News, published by F. J.  Deane; thc Kamloops Sentinel, owned by  F. .T. Deane; the Rossland Miner, owned  byE. B. Kirby and associates; and the  Nelson Economist, owned by David Mark  Carley. These newspapers are conducting the newspaper end of his campaign.  They do not discuss the platform on  which Mr. Taylor is running, but they  do discuss his opponent, John Houston.  The Kamloops Sentinel prints the following with comments: "John Houston  " is an individual with the instincts of a  " brute and the manners of a boor."  The Rossland Miner says: "John  " Houston, through the Nelson Tribune,  " is endeavoring to besmirch the personal  " character and private-life of S. S. Tay-  " lor, K. C. . . . John Houston is a  " disgrace to the province as a politician."  A The_ Nelson ...Economist- says: "Wo are  accused by Tho Tribune of supporting S.  S. Taylor, K. C. John Houston is a designing rascal, and should never have  been admitted iuro the councils of the  Liberal-Conservative party."  The Nelson Daily News: '��� Houston i.s  turned down by the Conservative:'of Nelson, and they protest against his nomination."  The men who edit these four newspapers are nil real nice, clean, cultured gentlemen. No one of them would be guilty  of writing an untruthful paragraph or  penning a slanderous sentence against a  l'ellow-cilizen, even when that fellow-citizen is a candidate for ollice. Neither one  of the four would bo guilty of breaking  any one of the ten commandments. Vet  these four men say John Houston i.s "a  brute," "a boar," "an assassin of private  character," "a disgrace as a politician,"  "a designing rascal," etc., etc., etc. What  kind of people must tlie people of Nelson  lie? They elected Mr. Houston mayor of  their city three times, once by acclamation.  Tliey elected him to the legislature, and  he secured everything in the way of legislation thnt they asked for. Are the majority of the people of Nelson "brutes,"  "boars," "assassins of private character,"  "designing rascals," etc., etc., etc., a.s tho  Rossland Miner, Kamloops Sentinel, Nelsou Daily News, and Nelson Economist  say John Houston is? or are they  good, common, everyday people, like the  large majority of the people in every other  town unci city in Canada from the Atlantic to the Pacific'-? Candidate Taylor, no  doubt, is real proud of his four newspaper  supporters. His campaign was to be a  campaign of education: not one of unclean mud-throwing! His campaign was  to be one, when it was over, that would  leave no sore spot-! Men are insulted by  being called "brutes" and "boars" and  "assassins of private character" and "designing rascals," etc., etc., etc., and the  men who publish these insults in their  newspapers must, of course, be looked on  as gentlemen! The Tribune is inclined  to believe the people of Nelson will resent  those insults on Saturday, October !id, in  such a way as will not be to the. liking of  Sidney Stockton Taylor, King's Counsel,  and his four newspaper supporters.  Tho Rossland Miner, owned nnd controlled by E. B. Kirby, one of the members of the executive of the Provincial  Mining Association, is supporting the candidature of Sidney Stockton Taylor, K.C,  of Nelson, who is also a member of the  executive of the Provincial Mining Association. Ne statement is too malicious  for the Rosslainl Miner to print, as the  following, which' appeared in its yesterday's issite, goes to show:  Trail, September 7.���The political situation in Trail-Ymir district is far from  satisfactory, and nowhere is it more apparent than in Trail. Conservatives and  Liberals alike in the Smelter City feel that  they have got the worst of it from both  nominating conventions. Alfred -Parr is  not considered a desirable representative  of straight Liberalism, and Harry Wright,  the Conservative nominee, is looked upon  as ti puppet of John Houston.  J. H. Schofield and Dr. Hoyes are Trail  Conservatives who enjoy the respect and  esteem of this (own. Either of them  would have been certain of election, but  .neither���\vantecWt-io__i-omiuation.___.-Mi\-  Jelly was Trail's choice, but he was  turned down in a shameful manner by the  efforts of Houston.  The people here bitterly resent the unwarrantable interference of John Houston. The Nelson demagogue "butted in"  without solicitation, anel the Conservative  nominee will lose many votes in consequence that he otherwise would certainly  have liad. The circumstances attending  Harry Wright's last visit to Trail will  serve to show how sentiment runs here.  He attended a meeting of leading Conservatives and was told such plain truths  about his .subservience to Houston that he  was completely laken aback. He is not a  little worried about how the Trail vote  will go, for it is certain that Trail, largely  Conservative, will not wax enthusiastic  over a nominee who i.s not free lo act  without Houston'-' consent.  Your correspondent learned of a rather  interesting incident that occurred just  prior to the Conservative convention.  For general convenience Nelson wa.s selected as the place for holding the convention. The Trail delegates, six in number, wero pledged to Jolly, but a desperate  effort was made by a prominent C. P. R.  official to switch tho vote to Houston.  The attempt was made at West Robson  us tho delegates were on their way to Nelson, but, to the groat credit of the Trail  men, they* reninmecl loyal to thoir first-  choice. It is said that Houston did not  want these votes for himself, but simply  to place hinis-'lf i" absolute control of the  convention and so get the credit for handing the nomination to Wright. Of course  this serves to show the intimacy that exists between Houston and tho" C. P. It.  It also shows that if Houston is hand  and glove with 'I'0 railway company  VVrigiit must be also. But what Trail  wants to know is. why should such a compact bo necessiuy. unless it is that the C.  P. It. is going to hack Houston in his attempts to knife M''Bride? As C.P.R.  men, Houston :tml Wright, if elected,  would be in a po-iiion to dictate any terms  that the railway coninany desired. It is  generally conceded I"'1'1' t,1!lt; this must be  avoided at any ''"*' '��� otherwise McBride's  opportunity io ���!'��� real good would be  completely dostn'.v'-d.  Spankie Will Get There.  Advices iron I'reonwood riding are  that Dr. Spankie r,l(' Liberal-Conservative candidate. uil1 ljt' elected. The  Socialists have net yet nominated their  candidate, and may not nominate one.  Dr. Spankie is very popular, oven with  Socialists, and the Liberals are divided,  the Hardy element refusing to support  Brown.          THE TOWN AND THE DISTRICT.  The friends of Mr. and Mrs. J. Laing  Stocks gave them a farewell tit tho Baptist church on Monday evening, and presented them with artistically engrossed  reselutions of regard. Mr. and Mrs. Stocks  during their residence in Nelson took a  leading part in doing what they deemed  to be in the best interests and welfare of  Nelson, and they will be sincerely missed  by many people. Mr. and Mrs. Stocks  left Nelson this morning, via the Crow's  Nest boat, en route to Edmonton, Alberta.  Mr; Stocks has purchased a runchc near  Edmonton, and will devote his attention  to farming and cattle raising.  A. G. Gamble, liquidator of the Tribune  ^Association, JLiimitcd,-has-sued-a-number-  of people and a few of the cases were  hoard by stipendiary magistrate Crease  this afternoon. John Elliot represented Mr. Gamble. It is generally believed there i.s more politics than business  in the suits, as the liquidator and his lawyer class themselves as Anti-Houston  Conservatives.  Word reached Nelson this forenoon that  the body of E. \V. Crier, who was drowned  in the rapids below Nelson a week ago on  Sunday, had been found on the bank of  the river near Bcasley siding, which is  about nine miles from Nelson. An undertaker was sent after the body, and coroner Arthur, on its arrival, will probably  hold an inquest.  Roderick McDonald mot with a serious  accident in the sampling room of the Hall  Mines smelter ou Monday. Mr. McDonald was wiping the gearing of Iho rock  crusher, and his hand got caught in Iho  gearing and was badly crushed. He was  taken lo the hospital, where tlie hand and  wrist will be amputated.  Three miners, named Ernest .Johnson,  Frank Buttertield, and D. Borsjoli, lost  their lives in the Ptarmigan mine Windermere district, East Kootenay, las!  week.    They were suffocated by gas.  Joseph Sturgeon is spending about i?!0(!0  in improving his residence on Silica street.  When the improvements arc completed he  will have one: of the most comfortable  houses on that street of fine homes.  Married at Rossland on Monday, the 7th  instant, H. G. Goodeve lo Miss Eileen  Shea, by rev. fathers McKinnon and Althoff. Mr. and Mrs. Goodeve are at home  at thoir residence on Silica street.  \V. 11. Ross of Fernie, candidate of the  Liberal-Conservative party in Kernio riding, is in Nol ��>n. arriving this afternoon  on the Crow's Nest boat. Me reports that  he will carry (he riding.  Born at- Nelson on Monday, the Ttli instant, to the wife of Charles II. Ink of  Hoover street, a 10-pound boy.  Smith Curtis of Kossland and the On>  Denero mine i.s in Nelson. He would not  talk politics.  Liberal Meeting at Moyie.  [Assocliiteil l'ress lo Tlie liveiilnn Trilunu'.]  Moyiic, September 8.���The first meeting of the campaign was held here liy the  Liberals.   Dr. King,  the candidate,  hud  [L. S.]  HliNRI  G. JOLY de LOTBINIER,  Lieutenant-Governor.  CANADA,  PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA.  Edward VII, by the Grace of God, of the United Kingdom of  Great Britain  and  Ireland, and of the British Dominions  Beyond the Seas, King,   Defender of the Faith, &c, &c.  To our faithful the Members elected to serve in the Legislative  Assembly  of Our  Province of British   Columbia, at Our  City of Victoria���Greeting.  A PROCLAMATION.  A. E. McPhillies, 1 TATHEREAS We have thought fit to'  Attorney-General. J"** cancel the Proclamation bearing  date the i6th day of June, 1903, convoking the Legislative  Assembly of the Province of British Columbia, for the dispatch of business on Thursday, the twenty-first day of  January, one thousand nine hundred and four, and in lieu  thereof to issue this Our Proclamation.  Now Know Ye, that for divers  causes  and   considerations,  and taking into consideration the ease and convenience of Our  loving subjects, We have thought fit, by and with the adyice of*  Our Executive Council of the Province of British Columbia, to  hereby convoke, and by these presents enjoin  you, and each of.  you, that on Thursday, the twenty-sixth day of November, one  thousand nine hundred and three, you meet Us in Our Legislature or Parliament of Our said  Province,  at Our City ~of Vic-,  toria,   for   the   dispatch, of   business, to   treat, do] act  and  conclude upon those things  which, in Our  Legislature of the '  Province of British Columbia, by the Common Council of Our  said Province may, by the favour of God,,.be/ordained.  In Testimony Whereof, We have caused these Our Letters  to be made Patent and the Great Seal of the said Province to be hereunto affixed :  Witness,  the  Honourable   Sir   Henri   Gustave Joly de   '  Lotbiniere, K. C. M. G., Lieutenant-Governor of Our'  said   Province   of  British   Columbia,    in  Our  City   of  Victoria, in our said Province, this fifth day -of Septem-  ber, in the year of Our Lord one thousand nine hundred  and three, and in the third year of Our R^ign.  By Command  R.  F. GREEN, ' . ,;  Provincial Secretary: * V;  No Unfair Advantage Taken;    :^:  John   Houston, the  Liberal-Conservative candidate, on being  interviewed, said:    " The late date fixed for the election, in the  first   place, was   to allow the hearing of  appeals on the voters'  "  lists.    The voters' lists were revised on the 31st of August, a__d- *���-  no appeals have been taken from the decisions of  the collectors  of voters; therefore, there was no valid reason for not  bringing  on the elections at an early a date as practicable.    There is still  another reason, and one which" is of the greatest importance, that  is, the financial condition of the province.    While the Liberals '  are talking   glibly  of   paying  cash   subsidies   only for  aiding  in    the   construction   of   new   railways,   the   revenue    is   not  sufficient to pay the ordinary running expenses of the province.  The annual deficit is large; the expenditures increase, but the  revenue docs not keep pace. People are crying for the abolishment of this tax and the lessening of that tax, and at the same  time yelling for appropriations for roads and trails and public  works. This policy could only have one end, AND THE END  HAS COME. Thc credit of the province is in danger. These  are thc reasons for the govern incut's action. That it was done  to take an advantage of the Liberals is all poppycock. The  Liberals arc just as well organized as thc Liberal-Conservatives.  I.oth parties have about the same number of candidates iu the  field, and the Liberals had whatever advantage there was in  having candidates in the field earlier than their opponents. As  far as I am personally concerned, the election in Nelson could  be held next Saturday. The Liberal-Conservatives and 1113- Liberal supporters are united and well organized, aud the}-cau poll  550 votes on a day's notice."  as supporters H. K. Beattie, the Oranbrook  druggist, and F. K. Simpson, the editor of  the non-pnriizan Crnnbrook I let-aid. .T. C.  Drewry of the St. Eugene Silver-Lead  Mining Company presided. Tht; Moyie  Leader says King is 1101 a Joe Chamberlain or 11 Chimney I'epewon the platform.  "Paddy" Sullivan of tlie Irish Grenadiers  occupied a conspicuous place in the ball,  and tired in a good word for Thomas Donald Caven. thi- Liberal-Conservative candidate, whenever he found an opening.  Christians Killed in a Riot.  (.\>��iM:intt;<l l'ress IiiTIim NVImiii Ti'iliniii'.]  Washington, 1). C. September S.���The  slate department 1ms received a cablegram  from minister Leishnian at Coiictniitiiio-  ple, in which lie says a riot occurred yesterday al I'lfinit, in which seven christians' were killed and several wounded.  Two houses occupied by christians were  pillaged liy the soldiers'. The p nic was  general. A n ollicer and a signal man from  Admiral Cotton's fleet wen* now in the  consulate. An investigation of conditions  al Beirut is being made by a lieutenant,  onstil HavendaleaiulotherotTicers. Leish-  manu says that the origin of the trouble  is not distinctly stated by our consul. He  further says that it is claimed by the  sublime porte that conditions at Beirut  are again quiet and that the force now  there i.s sufficient to guarantee the safety  of the city. Additional instructions have  been sent minister Lcishmaun along the  lines of those already forwarded him  looking to the protection of American citizens. Lieutenant Charles L. Hussey is  admiral Cotton's Hag lieutenant, and it is  presumed he i.s the officer making the investigation.  [Assoeiiitud l'ress to The Evening Tribune.]  Cos-STAX'riNOi'U-, September 8.���An official version of the Beirut affair telegraphed to the Ottoman ambussadors  ubroad for communication to the powers  siys that the Christii n J were the assailants, they having fired upon four Mussulmans. A fight ensued, during which  iitussulmans aud christians came to the  assistance of their respective compatriots.  This, says the report, compelled the troops  to intervene, and thoy succeeded iu restoring order. Three soldiers were wounded  and one wa.s killed, The Nelson Tribune  Bank of Montreal  Established 1817.    Incorporated by Act ot Parliament.  CAPITAL (all paid up) $13,379,240.00  REST     9,000,000.00  UNDIDVIDED  PROFITS        724,807.75  Head   Office,   Montreal  RT.  HON'.  LORD STRATHCONA   AND MOUNT  KOYAI., G.C.M.G.,   President.:  HON. G. A.  DRUMMOND, Vlce-l'resldent. K. S. CI.OUSTON, (leiiernl Manager.  NELSON BRANCH ttay'st^1  A.   H.   BUCHANAN,  Maii'i>tei-.  The Canadian Bank of Commerce  With which Is amalgamated;  The  Bank of  British  Columbia  PAID  UP CAPITAL ? 8,700,000  reserve fun d  3,000,000        Head Off ice:   Toronto, Ontario  AGGREGATE RESOURCES OVER 78,000,000  HON. GEO. A. COX, President     B. E. WALKER, General Manager  Savings   Bank:   Department  Deposits received and interest allowed  ���NBLSOIV  BRANCH  BRUCE   HEATHCOTE,   IVIuiitiKer  The Nelson Tribune  Founded in 1892.  THE TRIBUNE COMPANY, LIMITED,  PKOPKIETOKS.  McDonald Block, Baker Street.   Telephone 120  The Evening Tritxme  ADVERTISING RATES. ��� Display advertisements will be inserted in The Evening Tribune  and The Nelson Tribune (six insertions a week)  at the rate of FIFTY CENTS per inch per week,payable on Monday of each week. Single insertions.lO  cents an inch on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, and Fridays, and 20 cents an  inch on Saturdays.  LIBERAL-CONSERVATIVE  CANDIDATES.  HON. ROBERT F. GREEN  FOR KASLO  JOHN HOUSTON  FOR NELSON CITY  HARRY WRIGHT  FOR YMIR  WILLIAM HUNTER  FOR SLOCAN  THOMAS TAYLOR u  FOR REVELSTOKE  THOMAS CAVEN  FOR CRANBROOK  WILLIAM R. ROSS  FOR FERNIE  GEORGE A. FRASER  FOR GRAND FORKS  DR. G. E. SPANKIE  FOR GREENWOOD  For ii candidate who hits so ninny promised votes, Sidney Stockton Tjiylor, K.C, seems to be very much disgruntled that the election is to be pulled oft* four weeks  earlier than he expected. Taylor "boned" every voter  weeks ago and entered their replies to his questions in a  little notebook, "a notebook that none except my secretaiy, Mr. Wattie, and myself will ever see," is what he  confidentially told the voters "boned." He (Taylor)  stated at the opera house mass meeting that he had personal pledges of enough voters to elect him, and that he  believed that none of the men who pledged themselves  to vote for Mm were "liars." Was Taylor telling the  truth when he made that statement'/ He had no hesitation at that mass meeting in stating that Ms opponent  claimed lie was the father of the eight-hour law; a  statement that he knew to be false. Are his claims of  support on a par with his other statements? Are thejr  uttered to mislead voters? A candidate, above all  things, should be truthful; yea, even when the candidate is a lawyer.  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8, 1908  NOTICE OF MEETING.  ��� NKI.SON, B. C��� September 5th, 1003.  Notice Is hereby given that an extraordinary  general meeting of the shareholders of' the  Northwest Coal and Coke Company, Limited  (non-personal liability), will be held on Monday,  the twenty-first day of September, 1003, at the  hour of 3 p.m., at the head office of the company,  Kootenay street, Nelson, 11. C, for the purpose of  increasing the capital stock of thecompanr from  fi.000,000 to ifl0,000���000 to increase, the number of  directors from six to eleven, and tn authorize the  directors to issue debentures of the company to  the amount of 11,500,000.  By order of the directors,  B.  B. MKIHTON,  Sec reta TV-Treasurer.  LIST OF PERSONS ENTITLED TO VOTE  -N THE  NELSON CITY ELECTORAL DISTRICT.  =Augu_t-.<31 STr_90:_ r  No,  6  10  11  12  13  14  15  IC  17  18  19  20  21  22  Christian name and surname of  the Claimant in full length.  Lee  Ades,  Robert  Aitkin, James  Allan, James      Allan,  John      Allan, William Thomas    Araas,  Harry      Anderson, Andrew     Anderson, Hans Jacob     Anderson, James Lindsy ...  Andrews,  John      Annable, John Edward      ApplewliaiLe, Ed. Hay Minds  Archibald, Cyril  Isaac     Armstrong, James Albert ..  Armstrong, John    Arthur, Edward Charles   Ashcroft,   Harry  David      Atkinson, Frederick William  Austin,  Edward  Everette  ..  Avery, Henry Harrison     Axam, Frederick Henry   Ayers, Alfred  Pinkerton   ...  23 Baer, Walter Wesley      24 Bainbridge,   Robert  Arthur  25 Bailey, James Calvin   26 Ball, William     27 Band, James Donald     28 Bartlett, George William   .  29 Barbour, William     30 Barry,  Felix   31 Barwick, Morgan Brett  32 Basile,  Germano   33 Bates, Fred      34 Baxter, David     35 Baxter,  John  Bradford      3G Bayly, William Charles  37 Beamish, William Ryerson..  38 Beaumont,  Geo.  Mallinson..  39 Beatty, William     40 Becker, Otto Hewitt   41 Beckett, Walter Herbert ...  ���__ Beeston, Edmund King     43 Belanger, Ernest Philbert ..  44 Bell, Clements     45 Bell,  Edward      46 Bell, Frederick E   47 Bell, John      48 Beer, William, Walter  .  49 Benedict, Charles Allan ......  Residence of Claimant.  (If in a city or town, the name and side of thc  street upon which he resides, and the names  of the nearest cross streets between whicli  his residence i.s situate).  C. P. R. Yard    Sherbrooke Hotel      Ward and Gore Streets   Victoria Street     Victoria Street     Carbonate 'Street    Kootenay and  Gore Streets  ...  Stanley Street    Victoria   Street      Grand   Hotel      Kootenay and   Hoover Streets  Observatory and  Ward Streels  Victoria Street     Edgewood   Avenue      Club  Hotel      Lots 1 and 2. Block 14     Stanley   Street      Victoria  Hotel      Hume   Hotel      Carbonate Street    Jottonwood   Creek      Victoria Street     fosphine  Street      Lots 1.7, 18. 19, Block 100    : Tall and Victoria Streets   Baker Street     Irand Central  Hotel     Bartlett Hotel     3artlett Hotel     Kootenay   Hotel      tldgewood   Avenue      Baker Street      /ernon   Street   'loyal   Hotel      .bservatory Street     Victoria and  Hall  Streets     Jrand Central Hotel    /ictoria  Hotel      ���"loss-land   House      -fall   Street      "/ernon   Street      .lliot   Block      Sherbrooke   Hotel      Carbonate Street      Madden   House      /ernon and  Hendryx Streets     Lots 1 and 2. Block 29, Addition A.  ilica and Hendryx Streets    2klgewood  Avenue      rnifesslon, trund or  calling (if any).  Car Inspector  Brakeman  Contractor  Teamster  Machinist  Storekeeper  Smelter  employee  Blacksmith  Labourer  Miner  Agent  Electrician  Accountant  Vet. Surgeon  Brakeman  Physician  Liv. Stable Prop.  Loco. Engineer  Engineer  Gentleman  Engineer  Engineer  ��� ��� Clergyman  .. Civil Engineer  ��� ��� Miner  ��� . Tinsmith  .. Clerk  ��� ��� Hotel keeper  ��� ��� Miner  ��� ��� Miner  ���. Clerk, C. P. R.  ������ Cook  ��� ��� Saloon keeper  ��� ��� Labourer  ������ Plasterer  ��� ��� Accountant  ��� ��� Miner  ��� ��� Elec. worker  ��� ��� Carpenter  .. Trav. Freight Agt  ���. Labourer  ���. Accountant  ���. Labourer  .. Book-keeper  .. Miner  .. Clerk  .. Lumberman  .. Financial agent  ���. iBook-keeper  VOTERS' LIST���NELSON CITY ELECTORAL DISTRICT.  No.  Christian inline and surname of  the -.'Illinium in full length.  K.Kidciiri' of Claimant,  (if in a city or town, ihe name and side of the  street upon which I"- resides, and the names  of thc nearest erm-s streets between which  his residence is ,-iliuile).  Profession, trade or  culling (If any).'  50 Benott, Tboinas     51 Benson, Albert    52 Biggar, Edward James    53 Bird,   Harry      51 Bird, Robert Montague   55 Bishop. Harley Austin     50 Bjerkness, Charles   57 Black, Francis MolHson  ...  58 Blackwood, Clarence Dudley  59 Blakemore, Arthur Shirley.  60 Blakey, James     61 Blakeley, John    62 Blakey, Peter Edwa.d     63 Blanchette, Octave     64 Bliss, John Blodgett     65 Bloomfield,  Alfred      66 Bloomfield, Frederick E. ..  67 Biomberg,. John     68 Blundell, Richard    69 Bonachi,  Rosario      70 Bosquet,  Fred   71 Boucher, Onesime James ..  72 Boultbee, Percy Roxborough  73 Bowness,  William      74 Boyce, Edwin James    75 Boyd, Seigle     76 Bradley, Frederick John ..  77 Bradley, William W   7S Branigan, Edward      79 Bradshaw, Joseph C   80 Brescia,  Giovanni     51 Brett, Charles Frederick  ..  82 Briggs, Walter     83 Brown, Alfred Stewart   84 Brown, Edward John     S5 Brown, Francis Alex   86 Brown,   George  Alexander.  87 Brown, Wallace G   88 Brown,. William      8-Brunelle, Arthur     90 Brydges,  Samuel   Markham  91 Buchanan, Arthur Hamilton  92 Bul lock-Webster, Wm.  H..  93 Bunyan, John Gregory   94 Burchell, James Henry   95 Burden, Frederick Parker..  96 Burns, John, Jr.   ... ...  97 Burns, John, Sr   98 Burns,  Joseph      99 Burt, Charles   100 Bush,  Howard      101 Byers,  Hamilton   102 Byrne, Michael James  ....  al02 Banfield, James Woodruff..  103  104  105  106  107  108  109  110  111  112  113  114  115  116  117  118  119  120  121  122  123  124  125  126  127  128  129  130  131  132  133  134  135  136  137  138  139  140  141  142  Kootenay and Robson Streets   Prospector  Delbruck   Street    Smelternian  Victoria Street   Taxidermist  Observatory  Street   Broker  Kootenay and Rohsoii Streets Broker  Silica and Cedar Streets   Fireman  Josephine  Streel    he dealer  ots 5 and C, Block 3(5  Accountant  Mill  Street   Dep. M. Recorder  Mill Street   Broker  Falls Street   C. P. R. Engineer  Victoria  Hotel    Blacksmith  Sherbrook  Hotel    Cook's assstant  Sherbrook  Hotel    Ry. employee  Hall   Street    Elec.   light   man Q  Water Street  Janitor  Water Street  Labourer  Silica  Street    Hotel keeper  Kootenay and Vernon Streets    Miner  Baker Street   Labourer  Vernon   Street    Butcher  Queen's oHotel    Bartender  Baker and Stanley Streets  Bank clerk  Victoria Hotel    Miner  V lctorla   Street    Driver  Josephine  Street Saloon-keeper      ,;  Victoria Street  Painter  Victoria Street  Book-keeper  Richards Street.   Miner  Silica and Railway Streets  Ry. conductor  Baker Street  Labourer  Madden House   Brakeman  Klondyke   Hotel Smelternian  Bartlett   House    Miner  Edgewood   Avenue    Saloon-keeper  Bodega Saloon   Cook  Mill and Hendryx Streets  Warehouseman  Stanley and Gore Streets  Clerk  Baker Street ' Merchant  Sherbrooke  flouse Miner  Mill  Street   Financial  agent  Carbonate and  Hendryx  Streets    Banker  Latimer Street  Chief constable  Carbonate Street' Merchant  Cedar Street   Inspector  Victoria and Kootenay Streets   Engineer  Stanley   Street    Carpenter  Stanley   Street    Carpenter  Front Street   Smelter  employee  Queen's Hotel  Com. traveller  Hoover   Street Clerk  Vernon   Street    Merchant  Grand Central Hotel Hack driver  Baker Street Bank  accountant  Caldwell, Robert Reynold.. Sunnyside Hotel    Clerk  Cameron, Chas. Henry M.. Water Street  Clerk  Cameron, Donald S Victoria and Ward Streets  Teamster  Cameron, John Gordon Steamer Moyie   i Marine   engineer  Cameron, John Murry   Hume  Hotel Conductor  Cannon,   Samuel    Baker Street   Labourer  Campbell, Archibald    Victora  Street     Smelter  employee  Campbell, John Joseph  Kootenay and  Hall Mines Road    Manager  Cane, Harry   Cedar Street    Architect  Carrie,   Alexander    Silica and Hendryx Streets  Architect  Carley, David Mark   Lot 20, Block 68  Editor  Carruthers,   John   Clement. Queen's   Hotel Salesman  Carey,  John    Sunnyside Hotel Clerk  Carey, Patrick   Baker Street   Miner  Carre, Edward Alex. F.  ... Royal   Hotel  Engineer  Cathers,  Thomas  Victoria Street,  Pressman  Chad-bourn, Fernando M. .. Victoria Street Mining agent  Chambers,  James   Joseph.., Fire  Hall    Capt.   Fire  Dept.  Christie, John Henry R.   .. Mines Road  .... Exp.   messenger  Choat, James Zaccheus  ...Victoria Street .' Bjridgei   Inspector  Choquette, Arthur   Josephine Street  .j Baker  Choquette, Ludger H Latimer Street  ....; Baker  Tailor  Millwright  Labourer  144  =_145  146  147  14S  149  150  151  152  153  154  1.55  156  157  158  159  160  161  102  163  164  165  166  167  168  169  170  171  172  173  174  175  170  177  178  179  ISO  181  182  1S3  184  1S5  ISO  187  188  189  190  191  192  193  194  195  196  197  198  199  200  201  202  203  Christopher,  Edmond    Josephine  Street  Church,   Arthur    Victoria Hotel   ..  Cioppa,  Michele    Vennon   Street   ..  Clapp, Thomas Dudley Lots 23 and 24, Block 44  Checker  Clarke,  Benjamin  Franklin Edgewood  Avenue Accountant  Clark, Chesley David   Victoria Hotel Fireman  George Whitcomb  . Stanley and Innes Street  Teacher  Richard Joseph  Mill and Cedar Streets Teacher  Percy Paxton   Success Club  Rancher  Philip John  Houston Street  Labourer  Ralph Samuel  Silica Street   Embalmer  Samuel    Hall and Vernon Streets  .: Labourer  Clayton,  Walter    Vernon   Street    Clerk  Clayton, William  Barrett.. Queen's   Hotel Dentist  Clements, Frederick S.  ... Mill and Cedar Streets  Surveyor  Clough;' Walter    Baker and Stanley Streets   Lineman  Coes, Sydney A Grand Central Hotel   Millwright  Cochrane, James  Lakeview   Hotel    Waiter  . Central   Hotel    Carpenter  . Ward   Street    Gaoler  .^Victoria-Hotel-^............ ^..^. -,---.w-.--.- ^Blacksmith's-  . Lot 2627, Sub 95  Car repairer  . Josephine Street   Teamster  Sherbrook  Hotel Labourer  Clark,  Clark,  Clark,  Clark,  Clark,  Clark,  143|Coleamn, Robert Erwin  HI pi-  Coleman,.Robert James  Cole,_yHai*ry���.................  Cole, James William    Colwell, George Henry ...  Conway,  Frederick  James  Coppen, Henry  Madden House   Clerk  Cortiana,   Basile    Baker Street  Contractor  Corlett,  Edward    Silica  Street    Labourer  Couter,  Edouard   Kootenay Hotel Miner  Cowling, George   Hall   Street    Miner  Cradock, Colin Scott  Hume  Hotel    Exp.  messenger  Crandon,  Charles  Howland Victoria Street   Gbief clerk  Craven, Richard  John    Sunnyside  Hotel    Fitter  Crawford,  Charles    Lot  2627    Labourer  Crawford, David    Hall Street  Baker  Crawford,  Enon  Fernando. Cedar  Street   Blacksmith  Observatory Street  Broker  Stanley   Streel Lineman  Vctoria Block   Upholsterer  Kootenay and Observatory Streets  Salesman  Sherbrook  Hotel    Brakeman  Latimer Street Engineer  Mcleod Hoover   St reel Soda water inake.r  Joseph Tremont Hotel   Freo miner  Cioasdaile, Henry Edward  Crosby,   Haliburton  C.   ..  Crowley,  Dennis  Martin  Crydorman, James Alex.  Gumming, Albert Lome  Cummins, Henry Colin   .  Cummings. Norman  Ctimmings,   Sydney  Cunningham,   Archibald  Curran,  Edward  John   .  Currle, Archibald      Ctirrie, John      Daggett,  George      Dake, Charles V   Dalby, Isaac Newton      Dalphin,  William      Damao,  Antonio      Damao, Machelo     Darcy,   William      Davidson, James Duncan ..  Davidson, James     Davis, George Henry    Davys,  Montague Stanley..  Dawson, Benjamin Richard  _>eacon, Frank     Demaine, George Thomas..  Dosell, Peter     Desereau,  John      Devlin, John Gibbs     Dewar,  Alpin Alexander  ..  Dewar, Donald J. ���   Dickson,   Wm.   Poingdestre  Dill, Alber J   Dinwoody, George Luther..  Docksteader, Archibald B..  Docksteader,  John      Donaldson,   James      Donaldson,   William   Baker  Douglas,  James Kirby     Dover, Dave Leon      Dover, Jacob    Dow,   Alexander      Downey, Wm. M. McK.  ...  Duck,   James      Observatory Street     Silica and  Stanley Streets  Stanley  Street      Lot 43, Block 5     Teamster  Hotel-kreper  Machinist  Butcher  Carbonate Street   Carpenter  Tremont Hotel   Printer  Stanley   Street    Insurance agent  Kootenay and Hoover Streets Smelter man  Kootenay   Hotel    ��� Labourer  Kootenay   Hotel    Lalxmrer  Victoria Street   Butcher  Royal   Hotel    Labourer  Observatory Street   Smelter  employee  Lakeview   Hotel    : Miner  Observatory and Ward Streets  Mining   engineer  Carbonate Street   Freight   inspector  Stanley  Street    Labourer  Silica  Street    Baker  Bartlett   Hotel    Bartender  Lot 1, Block 75, Water Street Teamster  Front Street   Prospector  Victoria   Hotel    Fireman  Hoover   Street    Insurance agent  Vernon   Street     Engineer  Nelson, B.  C Book-keeper  Victoria Street   Teamster  Vernon   Street    Insurance agent.  Vernon   Street    Prospector  Cherry St reel    Marine engineer  Victoria Street   Loco- engineer  Fire  Hall    Painter  Silica  Street    Jeweler  Silica  Street    Jeweler  Mines Road    IjOCO- engineer  Hoover Street  Mail cIerk  Observatory Street  Smelter employee  VOTERS' LIST���NELSON CITY ELECTORAL DISTRICT.  No.  204  205  206  207  20S  209  210  211  212  213  214  21a  216  217  21S  219  220  221  222  223  224  225  226  227  22S  229  230  231  232  233  234  235  236  237  23S  239  210  241  242  243  244  245  246  247  24S  249  250  251  252  253  254  255  250  257  25S  259  260  261  262  Christian name and surname of  the (liiiniunl in lull length.  Residence of Claimant.  (If iu a eity or town, the name and side of the  street upon which he resides, and the names  of the nearest cross streets between which  his resilience is situate).  1'rofession, trade or  culling (if any).  Dul-Moiilin, Philip   Mill  Street   Accountant  Dumais,   Alphonse    Kootenay Hotel Waiter  Duncan,   Thomas  Johnson. Silica and  Kootenay Streets    Mine  manager  Dunlop, James Robert  Dunn,  John   Robert   ...  Dupree,  George      Dutton, Edward James .  Dut.ton, William      Drew,  Richard William  Macdonald Block   Book-keeper  Silica Street    Teamster  Victoria   Hotel    Labourer  Mill  Street    Exp. messenger  Steamer Kokanee    .- Ste.ward  Vernon   Street    Railway man  Driscoll, John Joseph   Observatory Street    Timber  inspector  Dykeman,   Frederick Wm.. Tremont. Hotel   Carpenter  Eacrett,  George  H Victoria Street  Painter  Earnshaw, Ferguson   Grand Central  Hotel   Miner  Ebbs, William    Silica Street    Shoemaker  Edge,  Samuel Joseph    Sherbrooke Hotel  Labourer  Edwards,  Frank   Tremont Hotel   Miner  Egan,  Michael    Victoria Street Miner  Egan, Thomas Selby  Silica Street   Gentleman  Ellis, John  Henry   Silica Street.    '. Teamster  Ellis,  William  Edward   ... Stanley  Street    Ins. agent  Elliot,  John    Victoria Street  Solicitor  Elliott, Moore Hill  Carbonate Street Fitter  Elliot,  Robert Johnson   ... Silica and Hendryx Streets  Machinist  Elvery,  Dudley James   Innes  Street    /.Clerk  Elvery,  Frank    Mill Street  Ry. employee  Embree, Andrew Stephen.. Kootenay and Silica Streets Carpenter  Emory, Arthur Dunham   .. Mill Street  Merchant  Enfield,  Stephen    Baker Street Merchant  Eperson, Vincent Railway Street  Carpenter  Erickson, Gust  Grand Central Hotel  Hotel-keeper  Eskrigge, Arthur Edward.. Lots 1 and 2, Block 26, Add. A Watchman  Evans, Herbert A Cedar Street   Expressman  263  264  265  266  267  268  269  270  271  272  273  274  275  276  -277  278  279  280  2S1  282  283  2S4  285  286  287  288  289  290  291  292  293  294  295  296  297  -298  299  300  301  302  303  304  305  306  Farrell, Luke M   Farwell, Arthur S   Fayle,  Alfred William     Ferguson, Archibald      Ferguson,  Edward      Ferguson,   George      Fraser,  John      Fraser, Norman St. Clair..  Fiore, Fenerco     Fiore,   Ovile      Fiset,  George      Fisher,   Archibald   Duncan.  Fisher, William James    Fisk,  Charles      Fiori, Archille     Fleck, Alvin  Clarence     Fletcher,   Frank      Fletcher, George Augustus.  Fletcher, John   ���  Foote, John James    Forin, John Andrew   Fortune, Anderson    Fox, John Henry     Frocino, Louis     Francella,  Dominico      Friedman,  Nathan      i-ullerton,  Herbert  Mathew  Lot 1, Block 41 Teamster  Stanley  Street    Surveyor  Vernon   Street. Saw mill emp.  Lake View Hotel  Stat,  engineer  Silica  Street    Merchant  Victoria and Cedar Streets  Transfer man  Lots 1 and 2. Block 38  Accountant  Silica  Street   .' Train dispatcher  Vernon   Street.    Labourer  Vernon   Street.    Labourer  Rossland Hotel Miner  Water Street  Carpenter  Water Street  Carpenter  Victoria Hotel    Clerk  Baker Street  Laborer  Hoover  Street.      Teamster  Silica and Kootenay Streets   Land surveyor  Stanley  Street Miner  C. P. R. Yards  Car inspector  Hall Mines Road Blacksmith  Cedar Street Judge  Royal  Hotel    Ry. employee  Cedar Street C. F. R. cashier  Vernon   Street    Labourer  Vernon   Street Labourer ��  Carbonate Street   Jeweler  Stanley Street Com.  traveller  Gagnon, Cleophus Victor ..  Gallon,   Thomas      Gamble,  Arthur  Gordon   ..  Gardner, Fred ,.  Garner,   Frederick      Cauthier, Joseph     Gallagher, Lawrence    Gallagher,  William      Galliher, William Alfred  ..  Gebert, Otto Julian     Gee,   Arthur      Genelle; Joseph    Gibbs, Francis Burgess   Gibson, John Ayton      Gigot, Edward Francis   Gilker,  James  Arthur      Gillett,   William   George   ..  Ginsberg, Harris     Glenn, Norman     Glover, William Mackenzie  Godfrey,   William  Edward.  Gooch,  Clarence     Goodchild, Melville D   Goodeve, Herbert George ..  Goostrey, John Wesley   ...  Gordon,  John  Gilbert      Gordon, Thomas Henry ...  Gormely, George Thomas..  Gormely,  Joseph  Vincent..  Goucher,   Fred   Goucher .Robert      Goupel, John Clarence    Gowley, John      Gowley, John     Gracey, Arthur Henry     Grahamr^Frederick^HrTTrr  Graham, George William..  Grant, Daniel      Grant,   David      Grant, Edward    Grant,   John      Grant, William  Edward   ..  Graves, Bradford Howard..  _ray, George W   307jGray, John  Moore     308|Green, Frank Compton    309|Green, Jacob    310|Greenwcod, James Tidmarsh  311 Greenwood,  Thomas      312 Greyerbiehl, Paul      313Grier,  Edwin Wallace  ....  314 Grier, James Williams    315 Grizzelle,   Edward      31 (i Gunn,  George M   317'Gurney,  Joseph  James   ....  318 Gwilliam,  Edward      .1318  319  320  321  322  323  32-.  Silica  Street   Carbonate Street    Lots 13. 14, 15     Victoria Street   Tremont Hotel     Sherbrooke Hotel    Baker Street     Sunnyside Hotel   Hume Hotel      C. P. R. Station Yard   Baker Street     Victoria Street    Hume Hotel      Hurme Hotel      Lots 23 and 2,4. Block 30  :...  Baker Street    Lots 8 and 9, Block 25   Hall Street   Sheirbrooke   Hotel       Hall Mines Road    Sherbrooke Hotel   Hume Hotel      Edgewood Avenue     Silica Street     Victoria Hotel      Nelson. B. C   Victoria Street   Madden House  T   Phair  Hotel      Mill Street    Lots 13 and 24, Block 55, Subdivision 150  Occidental  Hotel   Bartlett House    Bartlett  Hotel   Victoria and Hall Streets '���; .j^  - S i 1 i c'a^ Street**yTT77VTvy y.y \ V7. ".7."   Madden House    Cedar Street   ..:   Grand Central Hotel     Madden House     Latimer Street    Falls and Baker Streets   Josephine Street     Front and Hendryx Streets   Lot 4. Block 73, Water Street    Victoria and Kootenay Streets    Victoria Street    Kootenay and Hall  Mines Road     Railway Street. C. P. R. Yards   Cedar Street     Nelson   House      Royal   Hotel      Lots 18, 19, 20, Subdivision 95, Block 46  Gore and Hall Streets     Mill Street    Victoria  Hotel      Miner  Free miner  Ins. agent  Labourer  Cook  Miner  Miner  Mason  Barrister  Car. inspector       ,  Tailor  Lumberman  Merchant  Postmaster  Merchant mgr.  Merchant  Contractor  Merchant  Engineer  Miner  Blacksmith  C. P. R. inspector  Clerk  Accountant  Fireman  Mining broker  Engineer,   C.P.R.  Miner  Hotel clerk  Storekeeper  Labourer  Painter  Janitor  Caretaker  Mine manager  "Clergyman  Steamboat, mate  Blacksmith  Bridgeman  Miner  Hotel man  Coach cleaner  Conductor,  C.P.R.  Engineer  Janitor  Engineer  Auctioneer  Gentleman  Section foreman  Carpenter  Engraver  Printer  Florist  Shoemaker  Car repairer  Store man  l-lagarty, Hugh      Hall, George Arthur  Ben..  Hall,   George  William      Hall, William  Henry      Halderman, Henry  Howard  Halkett,   Andrew      j-iale, George Washington..  325 Hale, Richard Henry  326 Hale,  Richard  Samuel      327 Hamilton, Alexander    328 Hamilton,   John      329 Hamilton,  James  Gordon..  330 Hamilton, Robert James ..  331 .lammoiitl, Arthur     332 Hampson,   John      333 Hampton, Thomas James ..  334 Hannah, Thomas James   ..  335 Hannington,  Robert W   330 Hansford,   William   Francis  337 Hanson, Ole Marten     33S Hardcastle, Bolton Prow ..  339 Hardie,  John      310 Hardie,  William      341 Hardy, James Thomas     342 Harbour, Herbert William.  343 Hargraves,   James      344 Hargraves, John James ...  345 Harris,   Henry      346 Harris, Hemy Francis     347 Harris, James    34S Harrison, Campbell      349 Harrod,  Arthur  Westbrook  350 Hart, George    351 Hartle, Chai les     352 Hai wood.   Joseph      353 Harwood, Joseph Sydney ..  354 Hatch, William John   355 Haultain, Herbert E, T.,.  Victoria  Hotel      Hall and Silica Streets    Gore Street, Lots 7 and 8, Block 28   Baker Street     Hall Mines Road. Block 14    Carbonate Street    Lot 15 .Block 79, Front Street    Lot 15, Block 79, Front Street    Lot 15, Block 79, Front Street    Silica  Street      Falls and Victoria Streets    Silica and Victoria Streets    Lot 12, Block 41, Mill Steret    Baker and Josephine Streets    Robson  Street      Victoria  Hotel      C. P. R. Yard     Carbonate and Hendryx Streets    Silica  Street      I n nes  Street     Mill Street    Railway Street    Railway Street, Block 101    Silica  Street      Lots 22 and 23, Block 29, Silica Street..  Royal   Hotel      Josephine and Latimer Streets    Josephine and Robson Streets     Victoria Street between Cedar and Park  Victoria Street     Victoria Hotel      Victoria Hotel      I/Ot 7, Block 43, Stanley Street   Sherbrooke Hotel    Carbonate St., bet. Hendryx and Cedar  Hume  Hotel      Block 75. Lots 6 and 7   Victoria Street  ��� ������  Carpenter  Physician  Smelter employee  Labourer  Railway clerk  Conductor  Boat builder  Boat builder  Boat builder  Switchman  Railway agent  Prospector  Merchant  Brakeman  Miner  Miner  Painter  Solicitor  Law clerk  Smelternian  Labourer  Railway emp.  Blacksmith  Policeman  Dispatcher  Mining engineer  Miner  Assayer  Machinist  Labourer  Carpenter  Miner  Loco, engineer  Teamster  Janitor  Bartender  Painter  Mining  engineer The Nelson Tribune  ^v  VOTERS' LIST���NELSON CITY ELECTORAL DISTRICT.  No.  356  357  358  359  360  361  Christian name and surname of  the Claimant in full length.  .  Residence of Claimant.  (If-in a city or town, the name and side of the  slrcet upon which he resides, and the names  of the nearest cross streets between which  his resilience is situate).  Profession, trade or  calling (if any).  Hawkey,  Richard John   ... Silica Street    Physician  Hawkins, James Joseph  ... Vernon and Josephine Streets  Motorman  Hawthorn,   Charles   Robert Stanley and Mill Streets   Accountant  Hawthorn,  Franklin  Bond. Stanley  Street    Cigar traveller  Hay,  Arthur Percy    Lot 18, Block 4, Silica Street  Baggage master  Hay,   Robert   Black    Larimer   Street    Baker  362'Heathcaote, Geo. W.  Bruce Lot 17, Block 14, Silica Street Bank manager  363  364  365  366  367  368  369  370  371  372  373  374  375  376  377  378  379  380  3S1  382  383  384  3S5  3S6  3Si  3SS  3S9  390  391  392  393  394  395  396  397  39S  399  400  401  402  403|  404  405  400  407  408  409  410  411  412  4131  414  41  416  417  a417  418  419  420  421  422  423  424  425  426  427  428  429  430  431  432  433  434  435  436  437  43S  439  440  44.1  442  443  444  445  446  447  "448  449  450  451  452  453  454  455  456  457  45S  459  460  461  462  463  464  465  466  467  46S  469  4 701  471  472  473  474  475  476  477  478  479  480  4S1  482|  483  484  485  486  487  488  489  490  491  492  493  494  495  496  497  Hebden,  Alfred   Poppleton. Lot. 17,  Block 55, Delbruck Street   Plumber  Hebden, Frank Englis   Lot 9, Block 11, Baker Street Plumber  Hedley, John  Menzies    Stanley  Street    Bank clerk  Hedley, Robert Rish   Block "B" Lot 150G Metallurgist  Helme, Richard   Hoover Street, Lots 3 and 4, Block 51.. Route agent  Hemley,  Alexander    Water Street  Iron moulder  Hepburn, John   Willow   Street Contractor  Heron, William Ball   Opposite C. P. R. Passenger Depot Car repairer  Hill.   Leslie    Ward and Victoria Streets   Mine manager  Hill, Wyman John   Baker Street Printer  Hinde, Alfred James .. Hoover Street Smelter man  Hipperson, Arthur John   ..Stanley and Hoover Streets   Tinner  Hiperson,  William John   ..Stanley and Hoover Streets    Warehouseman  Hodge,   George  Cadenhead. Stanley  Street    Tel. Supt.  Hodgskinson,  Henry   Sherbrooke   Hotel    Miner  Hogan,   James    ? Ward and Victoria Streets Shoemaker  Holmes, Joseph W Mill Street  Manufacturer  Hood, Robert M Josephine Street   Clerk  Horton, John   Observatory Street   Gardener  Houlahan, John Patrick   ..Tremont Hotel   Singer Co. Agent  Moulding, Mortimer  Ward   Street   Fireman  Houston,   James    Stanley and Houston Streets  Blacksmith  Houston, John    Carbonate and' Hall Streets Printer  Houston,  vVilliam Henry .. Silica and Hall Streets  Book-keeper  -.owe, Reginald Ashley Lot 10. Block 12, Stanley Street Secretary Mess. S  How*son,   Joseph    Grand Central Hotel   Miner  Hume,  John    Victoria Hotel    Bridge   carpenter  Hume,  John  Fred    Hume  Hume, William Mitchell .. Hume  Humphrey, Ogras William. Baker  Humphrey,  Levi  William.. Victori  Hotel Miner  Hotel    Porter  Street .Lot 7, Block 12  Railway clerk  a Street   ; Fireman  Hunter,  George  Alexander. Hall Mines Road Agent  Hunter, James Ernest   Royal   Hotel     Conductor,  C.P.R.  Hunter, John Robert Silica  Street    Merchant  Ingram, Francis Charles  .. Stanley and  Innes Streets     Ingram, John Archibald  .. j,ot 24. Block 30, Innes and Stanley Sts.  Ink,  Charles  H Hoover   Street      Ironside,  William  Nelson.. victoria Street     Irvine, Frederick  Baker and Josephine Streets    Irvine,   Herbert Thomas   ..Josephine Street     Irvine, William Silica  Street      Irving, John Alexander  ... Hoover  Street   Irwin,   Edgar    i^ct 4, Block 2, Vernon Street    Irwin, Fred. L Carbonate Street     Irwin,  Robert Samuel    Hume  Hotel    '.   Iversen,  Lawrence    Lot 2627, Subcliv. Lot 95, G. I   Motorman  Smelter employee  Printer  Book-keeper  Merchant  Mining broker  Merchant  Merchant  Express clerk  Clerk  Port steward  Car repairer  Jackman,  John      Jackson,,  Joseph      Jameson, Wm. Morley     James.   Richard      lames, Ridhard Thomas ...  Jarvis, Colbourne Dennis ..  Jarvis, Frederick William.  Jarvis, William Dunimer ..  Jarvis,  William  Reginald..  Jesse, George Henry    Johnson, Archie M   Johnson, Gustave     Johnson, Harry     Johnson,  John  Wilhelm   ..  Johnson, John Alfred    Johnson, John   Johnson,-  Oscar -   Johns, Solomon   Johnstone,  Charles   Samuel  Johnstone,  George   Johnston, Thomas   Jones, William Albert     Jones, William Henry    Jowett, William Austin ...  Joy, Robert George     Kelly, Aaron Hart    Kelly, James Gregory'   Kelly, Sydney Arthur J.  ..  Kelly, Washington Samuel.  Kerr, Alexander John     Kerr,   Edward      Kilby, Ernest     Kilby, John Fryer     -Umber, John    Kinahan,   Thomas   ...   lvinrade, George Henry   Kirkpatriek, John Andrew.  Kurtz, David George    Kydd, George     Robson  Street    Labourer  Victoria Street Weigh master  Hoover Street. Block 52    Cust. appraiser  Royal   Hotel    Miner  Latimer   Street    Plumber  S. W. corner Baker and Hall Streets .. Clerk  Vernon   Street  . Miner  West Block. Baker Street  Gentleman  Edgewood  Avenue Chief of police  Baker and Stanley Streets  Book-keeper  Josephine and Observatory Streets Barrister-at-law  Latimer   Street    Labourer  Victoria Street  A Caretaker  Block 22, Addition "A." .Miner  Victoria Hotel    ; ..Fireman  Mill Street .". ��� Hotel-keeper  Grand  Hotel   ............  ...Miner  Royal   Hotel    Hotel   proprietor  Bartlett  Hotel    Express clerk  Silica and Hall Streets  Coll. of Customs  Lot 11, Block 9, Baker Street Plumber  Nelson Gas & Coke Co Fireman  Silica  Street     Job printer  Victoria Street Free miner  Josephine and Mill Streets  Merchant  Phair   Hotel Mine owner  Madden House   Carpenter  Kootenay and Carbonate Streets  Manufacturer  Bartlett House   Smelter man  Victoria Street Merchant  Occidental Hotel   Labourer  Vernon   Street    Carpenter  Josephine and Mill Streets  Loco, engineer  Baker Street   Brick tender  Silica Street    Bank messenger  Ward and Lake Streets  Blacksmith  Mill- Street    Silica Street    Liv   Stable Prop.  Victoria Street  Bank manager  Labbe,  Joseph   LaBeller*Joseplr;. .vTr^rtinr  LaBau,   David      LaBrasih, Harry     LaFrance, Elzear Naazire..  vaing, Frederick William .  Lamb, William James  ....  ���unbert, Alexander George  Lamont,  Peter     _ng, John      Langdon, Edward     Lapointe,  Horace      Larsen, Emil  Christian   ...  Larsen,  I_ouIs K   Lavigne, Charles     ^awrence,   Henry      Lawrence, James    Lawrence, John  Stead      Lay, James Murry     Leahy.  Richard      Lean, Allan McLean C   I.eavry,  Philip     ,ee,  William   Henry     Ley, Richard  Halse     Lcidy,   Wesley      Lemon, William Frank   Lemon,  Robert E   Lennieiix, Philip      Lennie, Robert Scott   Lewis,  Thomas      Ligault,   Rodolphe    ....  Lillie, Thomas Lester   Lillie, Thomas William  ...  Lilly, James     Lindblad,   Andrew   Gustave  'Lindblad, John     Lindsay, Arthur Patrick ..  Linebaugh, John William..  Little, David Henry Maude  Lomprey, Joseph M   Love,  James  Hall      Logan, Mathew S   Loggie,  James Thompson..  Lonholdt, Victor     Long, Alexander      Longhurst,  Charles      Lowery, Robert TUiorton ..  Ludwig, Jacob Melville  ...  Luna,  Ricardo      Luscomb, Thomas Callard.  Luston,  Richard      498  499  500  501  502  503  504  505  506  Ward  Street     'Water'Street-^TTrt^r^r^TTTrTtVrTT:  Baker and Josephine Streets    Madden House     Ward and Stanley Streets     East half of Lot 9, and Lot 10, Block 43  Sunnyside Hotel      Cedar Street     Carbonate Street     Lakeview Hotel      Latimer and Hendryx Streets   Kootenay   Hotel      Gore Street   Josephine  Street     Sherbrooke Hotel   Hall and Vernon Streets     Stanley  Street      Carbonate Street     Falls and Victoria Streets   Lt 2627. Subdiv. Lot 95, G. 1   1 SO  Baker Street    Lakeview Hotel   Sampling Works. Front Street   Lots 6 and 7, Block S, Hoover Street ..  I .ot 2627, Subdiv. 95G   Grand Central Hotel     Provincial Gaol, AVard Street    Victoria Hotel      435   Vernon  Street      Victoria Hotel      Sherbrooke Hotel   Baker Street   Fire Hall, Josephine Street     Baker Street   Robson  Street      Robson  Street      Baker and Stanley Streets     Water Street    Vernon   Street      Bartlett House     Stanley  Street      Carbonate and Kootenay Streets    Hall Street, Lot 12, Block 16    Royal Hotel. Lots'5 and 6, Block 29 ..  Sherbrooke Hotel      Victoria Street    Phair   Hotel      Hall   Street      Baker Street     Water Street    Lot 14, Block 91, Falls and Baker Sts..  Gaoler  "-Uabburer-"^"^^  Phys.   &   Surgeon  Carpenter  Labourer  Clerk  Labourer  Lumber man  Merchant  Miner  Engineer  Bartender  Miner  Merchant  Stone mason  Shoemaker  Mardwarc mcht.  Train master  Banker  Labourer  Photographer  Miner  Brewery manager  Assayer  Engineer  Millwright  Gaol warden  Brakeman  Solicitor  Fruiterer  Miner  Machinist  Chief Fire Dept.  Warehouseman  Carpenter  Miner  Bank clerk  Hack driver  Traveller  Miner  Agent  Mine manager  Tinsmith  Cook  Prospector  Merchant.  Tournalist  Harness maker  Labourer  Labourer  Coach  cleaner  Lynch, William    Houston Street  Labourer  MacAskell,  Donald Ewen   . Josephine  Street   Labourer  Maodonald, Allan H.  ...... Hall Mines Road  "Railway emp.  Macdonald;  Duncan   Silica  Street    Carpenter  Macdonald, Duncan M Robson   Street    Clerk  Macdonell,   Henry  Edward. Victoria Street  Agent  C.P.R.  Macdonald, James Allan... Mill Street  Architect  Macdonald, Norman Charles Bartlett   Hotel    Warehouseman  Macdonald, Reginald Murry Lots 1. 2 and 3, Block 44B  Barrister-at-law  VOTERS' LIST���NELSON CITY ELECTOR AL. DISTRICT.  No.  Christian name and surname of  the Claimant in full length.  Resilience of Claimant-.  (If in a city or town, the name and side of the  street upon which he resides, and the names  of the nearest cross streets between which  his residence is situate).  Profession, trade or  calling (if any).  507 Macdonald, Wm. Alexander Stanley and Carbonate  508|Mackay, Charles Angus ... Hall and Gore Streets  509  510  511  512  513  511  515  510  Mackay,   David    Silica  Street      Mackenzie.  Hector    Water Street     MacLachlan, Angus   North-East of Ward Street  MacLean, William Ross ... Park Street     Macleod,  Edward    Hall Mines Road    Macleod, Henry  Fry    Water and Front Streets ..  Macnab, Wm. James   Vernon and Falls Streets ..  Mack,   William  Henry    lx;t 18, Block 66, Vernon Street  51?iMadden,   Thomas    Mill and Stanley Streets  518  519  520  521  522  523  524  525  526  527  52S  529  530  531  532  533  534  535  536  537  538  539  540  541  542  543  544  545  546  547  548  549  550  551  552  553  554  555  556  557  558  559  560  561  562  563  564  565  566  567  56S  569  570  571  572  573  574  575  576  577  578  Madigan, George Owen  Silica Street  Maglio, Charles D Kootenay Hotel   Magnuson, John  Emil    Lot 3, Block 49, Houston Street  Malcolm,   James    Sunnyside Hotel      Mallette, Napoleon   Kootenay Hotel   Malone,   James    Baker Street   Malone, John J Water Street :   Maltby,   Charles    Victoria Street   581  582  583  584  585  586  587  5SS  5S9  590  591  592  593  594  595  596  597  598  599  600  601  602  ^603  604  605  60u  607  60S  609  610  611  612  61  63u  634  635  636  637  638  639  640  Manson, Andrew ..." Houston and Josephine Streets    Marks, Alfred John   Hall   Street   Marks, Cecil James   Front and Hendryx Streets     Martin, John Robert  Victoria Street '..   Martin, Joseph   Sherbrooke Hotel      Martin, Robert  Lakeview Hotel;   Mathers, James Henry .... Lot 3, Block 9, Silica Street   Matheson, John Henry Baker Street, bet. Josephine and Ward  Mason,   Edgar    Lot 5, Block 75, Water Street   May, Thomas B  Lot 10, Block 9, Baker Street   Magher, William Joseph  .. Lot 18, Block li. Silica Street   Meighan, James Leigh   Nelson' House      Mercer, Harry Foster   Royal  Hotel   Miohelson,  Michael    Klondyke  Hotel      Middleton,  John    Josephine  Street    Mighton, Benjamin B Josephine Street    Miller, Alfred James  Stanley  Street j.   Miller,  Ben    Carbonate Street   Miller, Charles  Baker Street ..).   Miller, Eugene P 365 Mill Street j..'   Mills, Alfred Lincoln Edgewood   Avenue      Mills,  Harry Anthony    Front Street  ..t   Hills,   Sanford    Nelson  Hotel   .1   Mills, Thomas Alfred   Silica Street   . .1   Moffatt,  Frederick C Carbonate and Josephine Streets    Moffat, James William   Phair   Hotel      Monahan, Michael Charles. Bartlett Hotel   Monteleone,  Dominico    Baker Street     Montgomery, John Alex. .. Baker Street    Moore,   Brenton   Gordon... Grand Central Hotel     'Moore, Charles Stewart ... Carbonate and Hall Streets   Moore, Homer James   Carbonate Street    Moran, Thomas P Madden House     Morley,  Thomas    Nelson, B. C   Morris,   David    Edgewood  Avenue      Morrison, Frank Elihu   Silica Street      Morrison,  Hermon Bernard Silica Street      Morrison, John Victor    Carbonate Street    Morrison, Malcolm   Baker Street   Morrison:, William Hugh .. Carbonate Street   Mortimer,   George 22 Carbonate Street    Morton, Thomas Elliott ... Bartlett Hotel   Moss, William  Beaumont.. Railway and Victoria Streets   Moss, William Henry  Bartlett  Hotel   Motion,  George Fortune  .. Baker Street    Mulrooney,  Mathew Joseph slocan Street, C. P. R. Yard    Munro,   Alexander    Lot 4, Block 93   Munro,  Alex. William    Stanley and Houston' Streets  ,  Munro, John   Latimer   Street      Murphy, Michael   Grand Central Hotel     Mouat, Robert George   park and Front Streets    Myers, James-���.-.  Sunnyside Hotel  ::...:.:..........  579 McAlman, John Abraham..  580 McArtlhur, Duncan     McAstocker,  Thomas      McAstocker, Claude J   McAstocker, James   McBeath,   David      McBeath, Duncan Archibald  McBeath, William H   McCandlish, Robert John .  McCandlish, Wm. Edgar ..  McCandlish, Wm. Edgar ..  McCaughey,   Thomas      McCausland, Hugfh     McColeman, Neil    McCormick, Daniel Bernard  McCormick, Peter    McCreath, David     McCreath, William    McCuaig, Alexander     McCuaig,   Archibald      Andrew  Lake..  Edward Blake..  Alexander      Angus     Angus  McCulloch  McDermid,  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald;  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald,  McDonald  Charles Robert.  Daniel      David       ,  George      McDonald, George Brown..  McDonald,  Henry  0.  B-   ������  McDonald, James      McDonald, James Albert ..  McDonald,  John   McDonald,  John   Alexander  Observatory Street    Mill Street   Robson  Street      Robson   Street   Robson  Street     Falls   Street   Silica Street     Falls   Street      Victoria Hotel      Victoria Street    Carbonate Street    Madden House     Baker Street    Victoria Hotel    Victoria Hotel   Rossland Hotel     Front Street   Grand Central Hotel     Houston Street, Block 49 ..  Lot 3, Block 25, Subdiv. 95  Lots 18 and 19. Block 43 ..  Hoover and Hall Streets ..  Madden House     Grand Central Hotel     TremonOlotfer  614 McDonald, Peter Lacke  ...  McDonald,   Roderick      McDonald,  Roderick      McDonell,  Archibald      615 McFarland, Duncan A   619 McFarland, George Richard  620 McFarland,  William      621 McGregor, Edward James..  Frank    James      James  Edmond.   ���...,   Robert      626 McHardy, Charles Forbes..  627 Mcintosh, George D   528 Mclntyre,  Henry  Beecher..  Mclntyre,  William  James..  630 McRay,   Frederick   Norman  631 McKay, Simon Fraser    632 McKennie. Robert John ...  ..icKenzie,  Alexander      McKenzie, Charles      McKenzie, William Edward  615  616  617  [122 McGowan  623 McGregor,  624 McGregor,  625 McGregor,  McKillop, Alexander L  McKinnon,  Lauchlin  McLachlan, Charles     McLatchie, John      McLaughlin,   Daniel      CHiMcLachlan, Donald Stewart  612 McLachlan, Dugald James.  043 McLoughlin, George Edward  644 McLennan,   Norman       645 McLennan,   Peter   Andrew.  646 McLean. John  Alvin      647 McLean,   Robert      648 McLean, William Cameron  6.49 McLeod,  Finlay     650 McLeod,   John      651 McLeod,   John      652 McLeod, John  Funelasion..  653 McLeod,   Munlock      654 McLeod,   Rod      655 McMillan, George B   656 McMorris,  Daniel  C   657 McMorris,  William  George.  658 McMullan, John Joseph  ...  659 McNicholl, Daniel      660 McPhee,   James      661 McPherson, Thomas Shanks  662 McSweyn, Max    Manhattan Hotel    Lot 22, Block 28, Carbonate Street    Grand Central Hotel     Vernon   Street      Silica Street      Vernon   Street      Silica Street      Mill Street   Water Street, foot of Josephine Street..  Sunnyside Hotel      Lots 11 and 12, Blk. 38, Latimer & Cedar  Carbonate Street     Sherbrooke  I iotcl      Observatory St reet     Hall and Robson Streets    Robson   Si reet      Front Street, Block 73     Lot 16, Block D., Subdiv. 150    Lot 22, Block 31, Carbonate Street     Edgewood  A venue      Railway S! reet     Carbonate Si reet   Hoover and Hendryx Streets    Royal   Hotel      Mill  Street     Carbonate SI reet    Baker and Stanley Streets     Royal   Hold      Bartlett   Hotel      Lots 9 and 10, Block 50, Houston Street  Madden  Mouse     Victoria   Motel      Stanley ami Hoover Streets   Lot 17, Block 7, Victoria Street    Lot 11. Block 9, Baker Street   Stanley ami Victoria Streets     Bartlett   Hotel      Mill and Josephine Streets    Mill Street     Queen's   lintel      Tremont Motel    Silica Street. Lot 78, Block 14     Club House  Silica Street    Hall    Stive!   Silica Sin-el      Water front, foot of Josephine Street..  lx>t 11, lll'wk 28, Carbonate Street   Silica Si reel      553 East  l!:il<PI' St reet   Royal   Motel      Victoria Street     Victoria Ht''pnt     Stanlev nnd Latimer Streets     Lots 13 and '*���. Plock 24     Madden   Hoii��e      Queen's   Motel      Mill  Street     K. W. ('. H'ock, Ward and Baker Sts.  Mill  Strr-tt    . Barrister-at-law  . Miner  . Conductor  . Carpenter  . Labourer  . Manager  , Railway clerk  . Registrar  . Loco, engineer  . Teamster  . Hotel   proprietor  . Boiler inspector  . Bartender  . Smelter man  , Blacksmith  . Hotel keeper  Bartender  Hotel keeper  Caretaker  , Railway clerk  Gentleman  Railway emp.  Timber  inspector  Cook  Warehouseman  Machinist  Tonsorial artist  Carpenter  . Barber  . Merchant  . Clerk  . Teamster  . Smelter man  . Railway emp.  . Accountant  . Sfteward  . Miner  . Painter  . Printer  . Lineman  . Clerk  . Clerk  . Dep. Registrar  . Reporter  . Mining engineer  . Miner  . Merchant  . Merchant  . Bridge  carpenter  . Clerk  . Book-keeper  . Miner  . Stationer  .Civil engineer  . Dentist  . Dentist  . Steward  Engineer  - Machinist  . Machinist  . Mine-  Coke & Gas Co.  Miner  Drayman  Car repairer  Road master  Merchant  W works foreman  Labourer  - Conductor, C.P.R.  . Labourei   . Guard, P. Gaol  Fui-n.   merchant  Loco, engineer  Loco, fireman  Engineer  Contractor  Timberman  Labourer  Loco. Fireman  Hotel keeper  Exp. messenger  Labourer  Merchant  Miner  Fireman,  C.P.R.  Fireman  Florist  : Rancher  Farmer  Smelter employee  Engineer  Accountant  Clerk  Electrician  "Labourer  Bartender  Blacksmith  Bridge carpenter  Butcher  Accountant  Fireman  Furniture  dealer  Confectioner  Contractor  Stone mason  Carpenter  Carpenter  Smelter  employee  Guard  Accountant  Bank clerk  Teamster  Teamster  Loco, engineer  Mining   inspector  Machinist  Lumberman  Merchant  Brakeman  Tel. inspector  Conductor  Clerk  Boiler maker  Smelter  employee  Tram,   conductor  Stone cutter  Engineer  Assayer  Master  Hdw.  merchant  Surveyor  Miner  Merchant  Hdw.  merchant  Merchant  Brakeman  Physician  Labourer  Blacksmith  Contractor  Labourer  Miner  Plasterer  Merchant  Free miner  Lineman.   CP.lt.  Miner  City clerk  Printer  Mine supt.  Clerk  Electrician  Merchant  Insurance agent  VOTERS' LIST���NELSON CITY ELECTORAL DISTRICT.  Christian name and surname of  the Claimant in full length.  Residence of Claimant.  (If in it city or town, the name and side of thc  street upon whicli he resides, and the names  of I lie nearest cross streets between which  his resilience Is situate).  Profession, trade or  calling (if any).  S63lNaglc, Amos W.  66-l|N"ason, Thomas Henry     -GSlNcelands,  Hamilton George  666 Neelands, James      667 Neelands,   oamuel      668 Nelson,   Ignatus  Geraldine.  669 Nelson, Louis Peter    670 Nelson, Soren     671 Nelson, William James   672 Neve, Gerald Afred   673 Newington,  Arthur  Wilmot  674 Newling, Onslow     675 Newman, Frederick Richard  676 Newman, James Wentworth  677 Nicholson, Neil      678 Nickerson, James Henry...  679 Nipou, Paul     6S0 Nixon, Hugh   681 Nolan, John H   682 Norris,  Charles      683 Nunn, Georgo    684 O'Brien, Daniel    685 O'Deil, James Henry ......  686 O'Donnell, Joseph    687 O'Driscoll, George Robert..  688 O'Loughlin, John Victor ...  689 O'Neil, John  Doyle      690 O'Reilly, Francis Joseph  691 Orr, Forest Lee    692 Osborn, Hiram Charles .  69o J'Shea, James      694 Osier,  Edward      695 Osier, Francis Lewelyn  696 Ostin, John     697 O'SuIlivan,  Edward      698 Otty, George     699  700  701  702  703  704  705  706  707  708  709  710  711  712  713  714  715  716  717  71S  719  720  721  722  723  724  725  726  727  728  729  730  731  732  733  734  735  736  737  73S  739  740  741  742  743  744  745  Mill Street  Manufacturer  Madden House  Asst,  Rd.   master  \a>Ih 23 and 24. Block 31  Gentleman  Baker St reet   Photographer  Baker Street Clerk  Lots 23 and 24, Block 27, Silca Street.. Merchant  Klondyke Hotel Hotel  keeper  Latimer   Street    Labourer  Victoria Street, Lot 15, Block 7  Conductor  Latimer   Street Car repairer  Hume   Hotel    Clerk  Kootenay  Street    Auctioneer  Hume  Hotel    Brakeman  Robson  Street    Cook  Baker Street  Stone mason  Carbonate street  Watchmaker   .  520 Water Street  Laundryman  Stanley and Gore .Streets  Carpenter  241 Carbonate Street  Clerk, Reg. Office  Victoria Hotel    Fireman  Silica Street Manager  Stanley Street    Labourer  Victoria Hotel Labourer  Josephine Street   Accountant  K. W. C. Block, Baker Street Miner  Rossland Hotel Hotel keeper  Mill Street   Tinner  Cedar St.. bet. Vernon & Edgewood Av. Civil engineer  Madden House. Baker Street  Steamboat man  Rossland Hotel, Vernon Street  Labourer  Vernon Street, Lot 19, Block 90 Barrister  Robson  Street    Machinist  Rossland Hotel Mining broker  Klondyke Hotel  Miner  Sunnyside Hotel Miner  Sherbrooke Hotel : Boiler maker  Painton, Frederick James..  Park,  Anton      Park, Andrew Thompson ..  Park,  William      Parkin, Edwin     Parry, Melville Sims     Patenaude, Joseph Ovila ..  Paterson, Lawrence     Patterson,   John      Pearcy, William S   Peard, William Henry S. ..  Peebles, Robert Arthur  ...  Pierre, John Thomas   Perrier, Arthur Al dredge   .  Perrier, Hector Joseph    Pettit, Frederick William.,  pettman, Frank Ernest ...  Phair, Edwin E.   Phair, Henry Jasper     Phillips,  Charles  Henry   ..  Phililps, Edward Francis  .  Pinkham, James F   Piper, James Henry     Pisacreta, Antonio      Pitchford, Arthur Alex.  ...  Pitts,  Herbert H   Player,   George  Pennington  Pogue,   Levi'   Pollard, William B.     Pollock,   Gordon      Pollock, Hew Wm. Ferguson  Pollock, William    Pool,   Alexander      Poole,  Arthur  Russell   ....  Poole, William Jacob ..   Poole, William Newton-...  Porter, David George  ;  Povah, John Francis    Poupard, Percy Harold   Poupore, James Edmond  ..  Powell, Thomas   Praeger.  Edward Emil Jas.  Pratt, Napoleon     Prittie, Thomas George  ...  Proctor, John Eber     Pibudfoot, David Henry ...  Silica Street   Musical goods  Vernon   Street  Bartender  Houston Street ,bet. Kootenay & Falls Carpenter  Vernon Street, Lot 1G, Block 64  Contractor  Victoria Hotel    Railroad man  Lots 12 and 13. Block 44  Insurance agent'  Baker Street  Merchant  Lot 9, Block 29, Gore Street  Carpenter  Park St., bet. Vernon and Victoria Sts. Stenographer  Mill and Cedar Sts., Lots 11 & 12 Blk. 38 Painter  Hume Hotel, Vernon Street   Exp. messenger  Baker Street  Loco, engineer  IHall   Street    Merclhant tailor  K. W. C. Block .Ward and Baker Sts... Clerk  K. W. C. Block .Ward and Baiter Sts... Photographer  Ward and Gore Streets  Accountant  Steamer Moyie  Purser  Arthur Block, Baker Street  Gentleman  Baker Street Merchant  Sherbrooke Hotel Railway emp.  Ward and Carbonate Streets  Miner  Houston Block Accountant  Bartlett  Hotel  Miner <  Slocan Street. C. P. R. Yard .......... Car repairer  Victoria Street  Constable  Edgewood  Avenue    Clerk  Lots 7 and 8, Block 93, Victoria Street.. Accountant  Victoria Street  Expressman  K. W. C. Block, Baker Street  Tailor  Royal Hotel, Stanley Street Labourer  Stanley  Street    Accountant  Sunnyside Hotel  . Labourer  Cedar and  Silica Streets  ��� ��� ��� Clerks.    ' ''  K. W. C. Block, Baker Street  Druggist  Hall and Carbonate Streets  Printer  Ward and Baker Streets <  ".- Clerk  Hall Street  Clerk  Stanley St., bet. Observatory & Latimer Accountant  Grand Central Hotel  Cook  Mill Street   Contractor  Observatory Street  Bricklayer  C. B. C. Building, Baker Street Bank clerk  Water Street   ^ Fireman  Victoria Hotel   Labourer  K. W. C. Block, Baker and Ward Streets C.P.R. ticket agt  Vernon   Street    Book-keeper  Qua,  Robert    Houston Street  Miner  746 Rae,  Robert      747 Ilai'fael,  Amicone      748 Rankin, Edward Henry  ...  749 Rankin, Thomas Henry  ...  750 Rosicot. Jean Batiste    751 Ratcliffe,  Sam  Hollins     Ileardon, John     753 Reichert,   Henry      754 Reid, Archibald  Ferguson..  755 Reily,  Robert      756 Renwick, Robert Alexander  757 R i clrardsrTEd wannSrn estrr  758]Richardson,  John      759|Richardson,  John  Trowel..  760|llichardson,   William       76l|Reisterer, Julius Robert ...  762|lliley, John      763|Riley, John Christopher ..  764|Rinker,   Edward  Albert   ...  765iRippin,   Harry      766|llitchic,  George      767|Ritchie,  Robert      76S|Robcrts.   Francis   S'lnniel..  769|Robinson, Allien John     770|Robin.so:i,   Amos      77l|Robertson,  David James   ..  772'RobarU-on,   James      773iRobin.soii,   William   Calvin.  77-111-<>i-lio.  John   Joseph      77f��IRo-hon, Joseph  Dovile ....  776 Romano,   Alexandre      777iUouey,   Samuel   James   ....  77SJRo.se,   William   Oliver      779jRoss,  Ilmdl   Hunter      VSOIKoss,   William   Frazer      7Sl'|Routhier. Felin Luke J. ..  7S2|Rowley, John Richard F. ..  7.S.'l!Rowley,  Sanford      Victoria Hotel    Labourer  Front Street   Coal handler  Sherbrooke Hotel Railway emp.  Tremont   Hotel    Engineer  Sherbrooke Hotel Bartender  West side of Cottonwood Creek, Sub. 150 Labourer  Sherbrooke Hotel  Machinist  Cedar Street    Miner  Bodega Saloon, Baker Street  Bartender  Occidental  Hotel    Blacksmith  Cedar and Silica Streets   _. Govt, agent  "ST^ley^lnuI^RoUso'n^StT-ebts'-^rT^T"..".".'" ��� Merchant"  Houston Street  Carpenter  Sherbrooke Hotel Fireman  Houston Street  Carpenter  Royal   Hotel    Brewer  Houston Street  Miner  Houston   St.,  bet.   Kootenay  Phair Hotel. Stanley Street  Kootenay  Street      Ward  and  Latimer Streets  Hobson   Street      ��� St reel   Si reel      Si reel      Block 22     Sti t       & Stanley  Latimer  Stanley  Stanley  Lot 16,  Water  Stan ley S  Silica and  Fire Hall  Fulls Street  Josephine Street  Miner  Hotel clerk  Miner  Clerk    ,  Smelter man  Labourer  Baker  Baker  Furniture  dealer  Teamster  Baker  Labourer  Driver, fire team  Kooioiiiiy   Hotel    Labourer  78-1  785  781  Roy. Thomas George     Rutherford,   David   Watson  Rutherford,   William      Victoria   Street      I/.is _1 and 22, Vernon Street  Mines Road      I'.-.ker Street     Hiker Streel   Sa in pi i ng   Works      Madden   I louse      Tremont   Hotel  Car repairer  Physician  Engineer  Jeweller  Fitter  Brewery Prop.  Labourer  Miner  K. W. C. Block,  Luits 13 anil  14.  Baker Street Clerk  Block S  Clerk  7S7 Sailer.   Joseph   Kerr      788 Saunduson,   Alexander      7SI) Scanlan, Thomas Joseph   ..  790 Schermerliorn,  Ingold C.   ..  791 Scoley. John  Henry     792 Scott. James      793ISctilly,   Michael      79-liSctilly.   Michaelo      795|Seaman,   Frank      796jSeaton.   Edward   Anderson.  797|Seatio. William  Redhead  ..  79S|Selous.  Harold      799|Snwnll. Charles  Henry      SOOjSewell. Thomas     SOIiShackleton.   William      S02ishannon.   Charley      S03iSha\v, Angus Gordon     S04|Sheppnrd,  Edward   Henry   .  SOSISherret.  Archibald      ROOjSherwcod,  Arthur   Robert..  8U7|'Sharp,  Byron  E   SOSlShaw, Harry Watts    SOil'iShaw. John      810|Shaw, Samuel Pool     811|Sheath.   Frank      SlUi.SlK-rt, Charles Albert     SlolSiinons. John      SI IjSimpkins,  Ed. Thos.  II.   ...  SlolSimpson, Charles George .  Cedar  Street      Lot 9, Block 16, Victoria Street   Stanley   Street      Water Si reet     Ward and Gore Streets    Water Street    Victoria Street     Baker Street     Ma 11 and Vernon Streets     Vernon   St reet      Houston  Block      Stanley and  Victoria Streets     Victoria   Hotel      C.  I'. R.  Yard      Front  Street      Sherbrooke Hotel    Mill and  Ward  Streets      Hume   Hotel      1/1 kev lew Hotel   Hoover   Street      Mill Street, bet. Cedar and Hendryx   Hut lot!   Hotel      Mines   Road       Robson   Street      Sherbrooke   Hotel      Baker   St.,   bet.   Stanley  and   Kootenay  Vernon   Street      M incs Road      Lots 3 and 4, Block 59, Front Street   emp.  Railway  Butcher  Merchant  Lumber mcht.  Smelter   foreman  Labourer  Teamster  Merchant  Miner  Railway clerk  Bank clerk  Brakeman  Bridge foreman  Stone cutter  Cook  Carpenter  Exp. messenger  Blacksmith  i  Accountant  Miner  Miner  Customs officer  Engineer  Cook  Loco, engineer  Registrar S. C.  Marble cutter The Nelson Tribune  The J. H. Ashdown Hardware Co., Ltd. MORLEY & CO.  Importers   and  Dealers  in ',  Shelf  and   Heavy  HARDWARE  Tinware and  Graniteware  Stoves and  Ranges  BAKER  ST.  Fire Brick, Fire Clay, Portland Cement,  T-Rails, Ore Cars, Sheet Steel, Cresceiit.  Canton aud Jessop's Drill Steel : : : ': :  INELSOIN  Honey  ;pure=  CALIFORNIA  In i -lb Glass Jars 25c  Honey  / A. IRVING & co.  Groceries and Provisions  Houston Block, Nelson.  Preserving Peaches  We are now receiving regular consignments of the  Crawford Freestone Peach direct from Wenatchee. Prices  have touched rock bottom for this season, so do not delay in ordering your supply.  ���  ���  ���  I J. Y. Griffin & Co., Limited. S  I  NELSON,   B, C. =_= ���  ��������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������������  Starkey & Co*  Wholesale Provisions  Produce and Fruits  ( R. A. Rogers ��& Co., Ld., Winnipeg  Representing   ^ IN. K. Fairbank Co.,     ��     Montreal  (Simcoe Canning Co.,     =j   Simcoe  Office   and   Warehouse,  Josephine  Street:  -Nelson,  B. C  ]. A. Kirkpatriek & Co., Ltd.  Wholesale und Eetuil  Groceries, Crockery and Glassware  Aberdeen. Block, Nelson  _ O(0  WO(5  We have just received a consignment of The Cudahy   1  ���Packing Company's famous |  Diamond C Bacon J  (ri  especially  cured  and   smoked  for  family use.    This   I  _bacon=has=no^equaLon-=the-niarket..-^^i^it.--^��e-have-=--|  a few gross of Preserve Sealers left at right prices. s  J. A. KIRKPATRICK & CO., Ld. |  P.Burns & Co  Wholesale   and   Ret nil  Meat  Merchants  Head  Office and^Cold_Storage  Plant^tit Nelson.  BRANCH MARKETS at Knsln, Ymlr, Sandon, Silverton, Ri'Velstoke, New Denver, Cascade, Trull,  Grand Forks, (ireenwnoil, Mlilwiiv, Phoenix, Kosslitnil. Hlofim Cily, Mnyli;, Cniiiliniiik,  l"ornle ami Macleod.  NELSON  BRANCH  MARKET,   BURNS BLOCK,   BAKER STREET  Orders by mall to any Brunch will receive prompt und en refill utlentioii.  Cash   Advanced   on   Consignments  Jacob Green & Co*  Auctioneers,  Appraisers,  Valuators  General   Commission  Agents  ______        NELSON, B. C.  Corner ol Baker and Josephine Street  We curry 11 verv large  Stuck of  The Latest I'utte  Carpets, Rugs,  Linoleums  Conic and inukc your choice  Before House Cleaning  SEE    OUR    GO=OARTS  All prices.   We fan suit yon.  D.   Mc ARTHUR   &   CO.  Furniture   Dealers   and   Undertakers  Wholesale and Retail  Booksellers and  Stationers  cArtists' Materials  Engineering and Mining  Books  Typewriters  cMimeograpbs  'Photographic Supplies  cMusical Instruments  lorley&Co* Nelson, B.C  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  ��� ���  ��� _*���___ t  ��� /���_>*_ t  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ���  ��� Taiio*  I Made  ���  PANTS!  |AT  I LA. Gilker s!  ���������������������������������������������������������������������������������  520 Water St.  Telephone 146��  NELSON  STEAM  LAUNDRY  -Work done by hand or machine, nnd on short  notice. Delivery wngon culls for and delivers  work every day In.the week.  Blankets, Flannels, Curtains, etc., a specialty.  Dyeing and Cleaning also done. Outside orders  promptly uttended to.  PAUL, INIPOU, Proprietor.     P.O. Box 48  'iV:!$!!��ii.  ,<�����;. : Ttj:i  > ; N; : : d' ���'  I   I -.fi    ,   ; 'It^T  : ; h  An Old Head on Young: Shoulders  Isn't iilwuys indicative of wisdom, as It lakes experience Id make a man appreciate the high class  work done at the Knotciiuy Sleani Laundry.  After your experience of ragged edges and spread  eagle button holes, slrcuked shirt fronts, elc,  you will come In ns to slay.  Kootenay Steam Laundry  G_ilt Coal  And  Wood of All  Kinds  Terms Spot Cash  W.  F��. TIESRINEY <\  Telephone 205 Buker Street  <*  lob  'Printing  ���  4  We Use Gumption as  well as the best papers  >   and inks in tlie execu-   ^  tion of   your orders���  they will not be mis-  4 understood. Quick dis- 4  patch given out-of-town  work.  W. H. JONES  Madden Building      XELSON, B.C.  h_>t_at__co-_a  (formerly Hotel Phair)  B. TOM KINS  MANAGRK  The Leading Hotel of the Kootenays  Good Sum pie Kooms  Special   Hates  to  Commercial   Men  Stanley and Victoria Streets,  NELSON  Madden House  THOMAS MADDEN  I'HOPRIETOK  Centrally Located  Electric Lighte  HEADQUARTERS FOK TOURISTS AND  OLD TIMERS  Baker and Ward Streets  Nelson, B. C.  Queen's Hotel  Buker Street, Nelson. B. C.  Lighted by Electricity aud  Heated by Hot Air  Large and Comfortublc Bedrooms and First-  class Dining Room.; Sample Rooms for Commercial Men.  RATES ���$_ PER DAY-  MRS. E. C. CLARICE,  Proprietress  Silver King Hotel  ��� BAKER STREET, InELSON  UNDER OLD MANAGEMENT  RATES ���$ 1.00: PER DAY  The Dining Room is unsurpassed nnd the  Bedrooms are the best in Nelson. Thc Bar is  stocked with good Wines, Liquors and Cigars.  T*emont House  European and American Plan  Meals 25 ets.   Rooms from -5 cts. to $1.  Only White Help Employed.  MALONE   & 'TREGILLUS-  Baker St., Nelson Proprietors  Lakeview Hotel  Corner Vernon and Hall Streets,  NELSON, B. C.  BEST DOLLAR-A-DAY HOUSE  IN  NELSON  NO  CHINESE  EMPLOYED  August Thomas,    Proprietor  Bartlett  House  Josephine St.,  Nelson, B. C.  While Help Only Employed  The Host.  .Dollar-a-l'ay House  In Nelson  The Bur is Ihe Finest  GEO.  W.  BARTLETT,  Proprietor  WANTED.  Bride-frumers ut government bridge near Klko,  Southeast Kootenay. Apply to E. C. IIiff, foreman, Elko. j! V. ARMSTRONG,  Government Agent.  Fort Steele, B. C, September 1st, WIM.  'i/^A/V*/***********/***/*/***^^  Kootenay Coffee Co.  Dealers in ,  Coffee, Teas, Spices, Baking, Powder, and  Flavoring Extracts.  OUR  GOODS are Pare and seeded from the best in the various  -.-.---.-������ ----- ---���-. -.-���--- lines.   In order to get the best, please buy from us  direct, and %e guarantee satisfaction,    c/iddress,  Kootenay Coffee Co*  Nelson, B.C. p. o. box is.  816  817  SIS  S19  820  S21  S22  S23  S24  825  S2G  S27  828  S29  830  831  S32  833  834  S35  S3G  S37  S3S  S39  S10  S41  S42  S43  S44  S45  840  S47  848  S49  S50  S51  S52  S53  S54  S55  S5G  S57  85S  859  800  S01  802  803  S04  S05  S0G  807  SOS  SOO  S70  Smith,  Smith,  Smith,  Smith,  Simpson, John G   Sinclair, John Wesley      Skene, John David C   Slipp, Charles William     Sloan, Albert Bernard    Smallwood,  John      Smart, James      Smith, Bliss Beverley     Smyth, Edwin Grant   Smith,   Harry      John      Thomas    Winfred Hewson ...  William Lawrence..  Smythe,  Harry E   Smyth, William Harold  ...  Snedden, David Henry      Sowerby. John Adams      Spear, John   Spooner,  Frederick E   Sproat, Thomas     Spry, William Lionel     Stanford. James Leonard ..  Stanley,  Edward   Hall      Stanley, Gilbert    Starkey, Fred      Steed, George     Steele, Daniel Jefferson   Steele,  George  Wei ling-ton.  Steel; Reginald James      Stephens, David    Stephenson.   James      Stevens, Alfred Edwin  ....  Stevens,  Hugh     Stevens, William Oscar ....  Stevenson,   Fred      Stewart.  Henry Alexander.  Stewart. Herbert D. K.    Stewart,  Norman  D   Strickland,   James      Stinson, John     Stocks, John Laing     Stoddart, Thomas W. F.  ..  Stoneham,  Stanley  William  Stovel, Herbert R   Strachan, James Keith    Stubbs,   William      Sturgeon, Charles     Sturgeon, Henry    Sturgeon, Joseph    Sullivan, Albert   Sutcliffe, Eli     Swannell,   Frederick      Swannell, Fred. William ..  Symes, Thomas     Baker Street      Hall  Street      Sunnyside Hotel, Vernon Street   Silica Street, Lot 18, Block 14   Josephine and Gore Streets   Silver King Hotel      Nelson Hotel, Baker Street   Post Office    Hall and Observatory Streets   Lot  2027      Lot. 2027      Stanley  Street   Mill Street    Baker Street    Victoria Hotel   Carbonate Street    Sherbrooke Hotel      Victoria Hotel      Baker Street     Hume  Hotel      Lakeview   Hotel      SiiMca Street      Kootenay  Street      Baker Street,  bet. Kootenay and  Falls  Baker   Street      SMica Street      Victoria Street    Grand Central Hotel     Silica Street      Stanley a.nd Mines Road     Queen's  Hotel      Boilega Saloon     Cedar Street     Josephine  Street      Josephine  Street      Silica and Josephine Streets     Robson   Street      Hume Hotel      Innes St., bet. Ward and Stanley Sts..  Robson   Street      Carbonate and Kootenay Streets    Josephine  Streets      Silica St., bet. Hendryx and Cedar Sts.  Klondyke Hotel     Hume Hotel      Robson   Street      Edgewood   Avenue   Bartlett  Hotel      Sherbrook Hotel     Silica Street     Hoover  Street      North side Baker Street     Carbonate Street.   Mill   Street      178  Richards   Street      Merchant  Blacksmith  Smelter  employee  Accountant  Cook  Tailor  Upholsterer  Caretaker  Tel. manager  Labourer  Labourer  Labourer  Express agent  Watchmaker  Miner  Exp.   messenger  Steam fitter  Fireman, C.P.R.  Merchant  Exp. messengrr  Carpenter  Clerk  Engineer  Free miner  Merchant  Merchant  Blacksmith  Miner  ExiM-essman  Real estate agent  Engineer  Hotel porter  Train dispatcher  Stewart  C. P. R. clerk  Lineman  Barrister  Mail clerk  Logger  Labourer  Agent.  Mine manager  Dentist  Smelter employee  Engineer  Accountant  Rancher  Baker  Prospector  Hotel keeper  Teacher  Tonsorial artist  Janitor  I. R. Dep. Coll.  Sanitary inspector  571 Tamblyn. Frank Arthur  572 Taylor,  Alexander  573 Taylor, George Wesley  874 Taylor, Sidney Stockton  875 Tebo, Frank Edward  576 Teetzel,  William  Franklin.  577 Templeton, John W.  878 Tetrean, Robert Gibson  S79 Thelin,   Gunnard  Waldenar  SS0 Thelin, Gustaf Leopold  881 Thelin, Gustave    552 Thelin, John Cohrade  .  553 Thomas,  August     554 Thomas, Samuel Carpenter  885 Thomas, William Penryu..  880 Thomson, Wm. Robertson  887 Thompson, Joseph Francis.  555 Thompson, John Theodore.  SS9 Thompson, Scott    590 Thurman, George G.   591 Thurman, Wm. Augustus  .  592 Tierney,  George O   893 Tierney, John Bernard    S94 Towler,  John   895 Toye,  John      S96 Toye,  William  John      897|TregiIlus,  Alfred      898|Trethewey, Ernest Horace  899  900  901  902  903  904  905  900  907  908  909  910  911  912  913  914  915  910  __917  91S  919  920  921  922  923  924  925  920  927  928  929  930  931  932  933  934  935  9_,  937  93S  939  940  941  942  943  944  945  946  947  948  949  950  951  952  953  954  955  950  957  958  959  900  901  902  963  Traves,  Edmund  Cornelius.  Tuck,  Samuel Parker    Turner, John Anthony  Tunstall, Geo. C., Jr   Vernon Street, Lot 15, Block 70  Hotel proprietor  Baker  Street    P. L. S.  Cedar and Edgewood Avenue .-. Mining man  Corner Ward and Carbonate Streets  .. Barrister  Lots 5 and 0, Block 44  Train dispatcher  Baker and Josephine Streets  Druggist  Victoria Street Laundryman  Occidental   Hotel    Teamster  Baker Street   '..'.' Accountant  Silver King Hotel    Printer  Victoria Street  ,  ��� ��� ��� Mason.  Silver King Hotel '���:. ��� ��� Cigar maker  Vernon   Street    Hotel keeper  Bartlett  Hotel Miner  Royal  Hotel Hotel manager  Victoria Hotel Saloon  keeper  Houston Street Painter  Silica Street    Loco., fireman  Ward and Innes . Streets   Carpenter  Baker Street   Clerk  Silica  Street    Merchant    .  Nelson. City    Contractor  Victoria Street  Clerk  Carbonate Street  Clerk  Baker Street  Contractor  Baker Street  Clerk  Baker Street  Hotel keeper  Royal Hotel, Stanley Street Operator  442 Edgewood  Avenue   Butcher  Block 15, Ward Street   Sheriff.  Josephine and  Silica Streets   Merchant  Madden Block, Ward Street  Mfg's. agent  Uniac, Patrick Joseph. Baker Street Teamster  Van Natter, Lionel J Silica St., bet. Ward and Stanley Sts>.. Photographer  Vanstone, Joseph Henry  .. Corner Baker and Josephine Streets ..Druggist  Vaughan,   Arthur   Knowles Baker Street  Gentleman  Veachey,   Richard     Bantlett Hotel    Gardener  Ventina, M. Baker Street  Labourer  Volume,  William  S Front. Street  Janitor. ���  Wade,  Alfred    Carbonate Street  Loco, fireman  Wade, Philip  Lot 4, Block 93, Victoria Street Track foreman  Waldie, William    Carbonate Street  Mining man  Walker, Jacob John    Carbonate Street   Jeweller  Wallace, James H Mill   Street Merchant.  Walley, Albert Thomas   ... Mines   Road Merchant  Walmsley,   Chas.   Frederick Siilica  Street Hotel keeper  Walmsley;^William-Henry.^Siilica-Street^.-.-.-.-.-.-.-.r.-.^  Walsh,  Francis  Percy    Hume Hotel, Vernon Street Clerk  Walter, Charles William ..Vernon   Street    Gardener  Ward, Harry Hume  Baker Street  Broker  Ward, John Henry  Silica  Street    Mgr. Tel. Co.  Ward, Thomas  Martindale. Victoria and Josephine Streets  Real estate agent  Ward, William Arthur Baker Street   Hotel clerk  Watchorn, William John .. K. W. C. Block, Baker Street Broker  Waterman,  Chas.  Augustus Silica  Street    Agent  Watkins, William Henry .. Mill   Street    Fitter's helper  Wasson, William Ernest  .. Mill and Hall Streets  City treasurer  Watson, Alexander  Lot 2027    Labourer  Watson, Jdhn  Stanley  Street Accountant  Wattie. Albert Kenneth ...South side Mill  Street    Clerk  Watts, Charles Ed. P Park and Front Streets  Teamster  Well wood,   George  Addison Victoria Hotel     Loco, fireman  Weir, John Franklin  Front Street    Merchant  Weir,   Robert    Victoria Block, Josephine Street  Clerk  Weir, Robert Archibald ... Silica  Street    Clerk, C.P.R.  .. eekes, Thomas Albert ... Robson  Street    Car repairer  Wells, John Preseott Lot 5. Block 70, Vernon Street  Conductor  Wels, Walter Albert  Baker Street  Minor  What tier,  Antonio    Lot 2G27    Car repairer  Wliealler, Anson   Kootenay  Street   Barrister  Whitaker,  Louis James  ...Hudson's  Bay  Store    Clerk  White,  Arthur    Water Street  Labourer  White, James Henry  Josephine  Street Clergyman  White, John    Club Hotel Smelter  employee  Whittet, Charles    Stanley and  Robson Streets    Carpenter  Wightman,  Alex.  David   .. Grand Central Hotel   Teamster  Wightman, James D Victoria Hotel    Teamster  Wilkinson, Ed. Hooper Sherbrooke Hotel    Machinist  Wilkinson, James Henry .. Cedar Street   Manufacturer  Williams, James    Carbonate Street Miner  Wilson,  Daniel Clarke   Victoria Street  Book-keeper  Wilson, Edwin   Victoria Hotel    Railway emp.  vVilson,  John Thomas    AHctoria Street  Teamster  Wilson, Peter   Robson Street Teamster  Wilson, Peter Edmond   Victoria Street  ; Barrister  Wilson,  William Jcihn    Vernon Street  Manager  Winter,  Cecil Burton   Carbonate Street   Bank clerk  Winters.   William 'Robert.. Victoria Hotel    Fireman  Woods, David   Hall Street Labourer  Wood, Wil Ham John ...... Baker Street    Carpenter  Woodhouse. William E.  ... Lots 23 and 24, Block 93  Loco, fireman  Wragge, Edmund C Victoria Street  Barrister  Wright,   Alleyne    Hume  Hotel    Timekeeper  9G4jWright. Godfrey F Edgewood  Avenue    Civil engineer-  9051 Wright, Harry  Hall and Silica Streets  Assessor  900  907  90S  909  970  971  Wright,  Perry    Silica Street    Driver  Wright, Peter   Silica and Kootenay Streets   Minister  Voting, Charles  Morrison.. Carbonate Street  Train   dispatcher  Young, Charles  Warburtcn Ward  Street    Prov. constable  Young. Frank   Occidental  Hotel, Vernon Street   Yard master, CPR  Young, Josiah    Victoria   Hotel     Carpenter  972|Young, John   Corner Carbonate and Hall Streets  Labourer  973|Zelazny, Albert   Baker Street  Cigarmaker

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