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The Nelson Economist Jun 20, 1900

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OUV/NM AffD *****  MM amWKSJBKY  C   v"  w   '  * *  1 1/  ���v  ' ���*  *  ��� ��>-  I. *  * ;*  - * J  *'-  Yt  *  '+fc  Jill; lAdir*' ��mi Onlk-  s    *  drew1*vihm$: tail/ ��M  .i    +*4  J"��� '  ��-.  SEWING  i f  V -  ���> <  i> t  Oi_OOf\o  MACHINES  9 *lr   r>      ��  n      *       I      1  i V  PNMHaMPWPMIi  In *0 Oe$l||W, ��l����k Mail'  audi SlMdtafriti'.  *  Tbe P*fr*w%  SILVERWARE]   PIANOS  Too  NunjMrro��i!*i t^> Men*  AVO ORGANS  ��        I"  {!  Ji ���  fi*r  ���^  tM,  W>i-  "*��  ftx  ��   f  ?,t%,' ftp  ^     '  IfVr^rv  ,M��j  :^i s^  v   .H.  in    s  4. Lf * i "  ��    f  !r -V.  h^  1  ^  v.*.  tf  ^    A  <^fltyltWW*��BW*1>(1*iit��*  *J   ^  ?   o  k  i v.)  V- 4  T\j  i .*  ��� -v w   -^pKJW"r        w�� ^p- *w     "w^tir  J^ i  J   u  XT    % . "'AV."  r�����m���i<^*Wrf^ftM*Wtff^  mmt, to^uwtWMy u��s(#m��j  V'��>!, ill.  ^#..^.*Wfc.*:^<;>.i0^nTW^^^^  '"���'���"���' NHLSON'-i  MEi^Ofv/b;;;g.  NO. 4^  'OMtiST^ is; :������ isst; hj;> - kV k e v  r; .M;::CA��i;^  n:>tf^fi;;;;;^^^  morningv and   perpetrates   acts  tH  reached  fey   the laws oi the land.   '4 Who steals  niy purse, steals trash ; 'tis somettiiiig, nothing; 'twas  mine,'tis his, and has been slave to thousands ; but  lie that filches from hie m^  that which not enriches him and malles me poor in->  ^.i;ig.V|L.1|��.  'J.'.tvZiV&j. .  .vw.-.fiVvivr;wv^^^ ���  itself. shall;  ���b f��u.^iv.. tbe;"' iiii^rWtiffig-';.oSiiinri&,-:;! ;W^:::lire- Je<l��� ,to.  ���i t y;. . i !i^iii^|--;;;giyiiii;0  ��wi  ���V*  - *���������'. ��� -;'v;' ' fy'^toi  ���*-���    ���''"'.'���' ���*' ���" -f-. '���������'��� | '"' '"il    v -. -  ���  :-vUyd:ri^^  fev^^i*idlb:^trv-���'������-��� -���?-ta'-f:-::cle^t-rpyv- ��� ������-..���' If.?;the;  ;\i-n\*}%  % y:*r������>��������� mtt  '���iimidf, :lm.;':i.iiiipciliatel��;re^lv^s*iMi.. /;uin;- some������  �����1*w(W��;"^:-'>jw'---   'WM'.  sn-rlc^kuo;^  ;K��r, whife^^vt^  f < * tu.H^h -,f >loi; '..to; r'ititi'.;h'ftwiV -"' ������:ile\'lit^:''r!dr����K'" ^P^M8^'  joiii;;bim';:'in'-the.':bit-/.  ���. ->p,   /l'^ckiitg--aftitilv- to..'.-.-accompji^Ir anvtinng,....,  x-i ^st'er' Slnilbw M:kiK>cks";hi^;more fortutnue:ai.ui':.car ,  i'-^*"41 neighbor.;.' . Vc'iiom-' aiKi'd.eccpn.ou. are the pri��.--  ��� i.?>al wa w.iii-life itock. of trade, and like iquadrnpeds  ��� <u;; ���-"'������ i#; -i>���#���;'���; wWr��*ver his  loathsome -pres-  ��� v; ������      V��'      ',���;���. '������/���'.: t ��� '*w*rtr' k   noX'tOU'S- aud...'-ue*  - -in. t.l-ie Knuitniii.:. of; Irfiglueif ���  n'.ncd. that i>ttiieir��-;;5htiU'."..flIso j<  ���' '���cun.   ' i^irk'iiti^.-rsi-hiliiv-  to   jm  . ^^w^wMMiMwrrvy*'-*  S^csetv tHSraci^Uie burglar, vet i.h? "k',oC^is  i^ Tree  to come and ga>herever he  lurteth. ,  ��K..kts him��� ��n itmnitely greater menace to tlie v^  ��<->MR of socktv that) the burglar. Ave k,,t'v . V  :."cc the burglar ban been placed i>ehind the,bai> ,  relations with society bourne somewhat stranud .in .  hi�� .predatory inclinations decidedly contracted oi  umeWnu.butthe   -knocker"  ,��� Ibes torth  ... the  In various ways does -the^knocker" carry on-operi-;  atioiis   J?or ins  ;He does not break into Smit^  'itrsilyerware.   Tr^  ardly to attempt or even cont^mplajte; : suchtg an ;^ct  He iimp!y\ hints that: altho^^^  plate in hisshotise it is= probably-h6t paid fbr^  wayhe knows many things .;a^^|i^l^?^J^i  /question arid^nly an tmphatiq;|^'|fe;;K^^^  ��� late^certaiii confidences reposed in Mm ByHon. John}  joties prevents; him-:'^:;^^P^8#^^?S^I;  ������: veryi in uch^td-theHiscredit; of .^^rlSniithJ^ndiConS::  eludes by^ remarkii^,:��� 'of course, Ilonot.wantto.say.  anything about if   Thus:the''knoxker;j create^a;  folse^impression about pithl; The foregoing ^is only  /:bne;oftbespeciameSofthV'^  It would be committing a -^^#^SiiJ?  to,av that eve., a considerable number of -;kW^^  ;'. good-:o;f the; city. s. ;;;;���,;;;;;^-'';.;;���������-  ���hce the dismembered parts being totally :U���Jk.|  ��om   ish anytbingdf permanent ^efit,-| fu|  tion rromi doing ^n hn^ 1 ^|tnmediately cried  tion is made by another drque^t^   _tbut  down, not on account of any reaj lack or  ������'    i. h^uise of the source from which it ema  simply because 01 iuc 'therefore  f ,i    ihiitv   of  purpose is lacking, ana iu��  natcd.   unit)   ��'   v.   v .        _   ��� concerned,  "1 ^���ollv mi"-ht be a good thing tor au <-����<-  what realij mi0"i u=   s about time  is permitted to go by.he ^oard   J* u ��M  .uchanarrowmindedpohcyui ^V^       #hy  torious  suggestions   was .discountenance^       ^T  hould the personal prejudices of a few men be, per .  S to   riumph  when the general welfare oLthe  Ut uV st,ke >   It must certainly be apparent to  people is at stake v. A , in the coun,  rtn f>v>f hv living the   UiocKci    a.p '   .,.  all that \yy ^1V^& . , fh*-better disposed citizens  seis of the ���broad-minded, the better uiF Wnwk  1 ������rt���ffr;ncr their own throats.   .Nowis  nf NFekon are only cutting tneir owm .   . ^  ot neison at        j       fnr-united-action, and it-will be  fhe time tor cohesion, &r^ng        ^ . _  to the lasting disgrace and injury oi me      y  ������-' ������'���rJ: ���.; ������.;-'','J<^;.'''-'v;V1.';.^ If  :;wlli|��  :';^;;':-i;;^-.'^;.--;^Ss^Sk'?;!  '.��!;:'''-?.K\'C'sK  .^:r-v.;-(''.i.."v  '���'���-���"������ ���������������-���������-��� *) I  "������'fti-.-.-i'.M 5  i;-^-^fe'5jS;j;.^^^| !  Ii s t  rm  m  A'  ������xwMgm  Ill  -;'^1PIM-  ^.^^��^^w^<wi.T*n-f^i?^lSS"Sl  r^g^ggSg^^i^^^^^  ifeiHiw  '^^^^^^mmmmJsmmessm^SSI^^ 4  ���fHEL:NELS<)N:;BeOiNOMlS'T-  ' permit $e! fish tiess. to-<l<>.mniate oyer.'. ih e;.: geueni t :.��� . gockf  ���df the';:^  tliehro^  ;andletit-be''understood  .is-resr^icfia^  %oHi.:��fh&^  **rt<*.��4;'"  ���;';;;|:''./.;To^:Ai,J>Ly;;:tte  ��� -' /titical ;sit uaUou; jn^Bntt sfi :'Cohf mbi'a': lias" ^k^bhie w! % at:  ������ ��� ;;/:\flueiuati^ ^;;Scar(^Iy;'t>ue.:';<kiy':  .'���yvy.H^.'^^ is$t2&':.;that^  Y/o.ped;au��w;Su^^  .j.-'-asTi^  ::.:.';;.v/mighi^^  ,/, v:-said':t.hal  ;;;: .;-askiug;-the,:l)om  ;:<; .;';v*;nt-Goyerripr-;'^  -���:;vmaiterv^  :;J:Ygramt^^^^  1 -'ac^  ..���-���������v.   (r ��� - ',-' ��� }> .���;- - .���*���". ^ ,v,.- ���' ,.���-��� .y.iiV,,v. .,;.:: . .'������.-;'.' '������'���..���.' ^ .���'':���.'��� '.��� ��� -. '. Y'" ���. ������,:,. ,. ���     ������ ..;:'.  ���:''x.Yif:tke':'I^  ���i   ',   i,' ��� ��� , ':. ,,.���'���'���." ���:<i> ���,:, ���''������, .:���'���' >'��� '.'< ' '���','' :      '    ' *'������; ;;  ���:: :~i ties. and'' M fuie-tc). .haod-kf'Ms  :;'y'..T;1^  vmay-.'iiirii--^  :tfaatih^  ?jte.fin^^  ���may-:-:!*^  wiltlikel y get it::nearer ������'..a"���..paylug" ���; lm$t$ .���'���' ihau ;.k ������,��� has.  any time since' -the '*Hyreckars.^;;.iook :.l:iok!,:;;'  'VkMlMWC-JIMMUtf^Mlfct- ,  ;'���"-Hon. J.ames: DanstBuiris:a'-, son. .'of:' tbelate Him,  ; Robert-.B^ ' o.f The  ���Buiismuir's ������ great fortune/.-'. ./..The- father ' tmss^d-.' awav  -in' iBSgi since 'whieka^ l>eBrud.  'has\ been; carried ��� lpn.ii'by-"his::.two;'smiir\.wItb':-j'ames*  "DuMmuir -^ Yhei ���'bitter';/bsi$' ..not  ..been obtrusive'in;.'politics,:''��� preferring- -to-..-.;confine: hU  -.operations ,ta.th^ 4he-great ���tndu.striai  'and commercial* interests of tlie- family,; -..1ft.,is tunmr  . aggressive ��� mail in ���busuieiss'/vb'ut is regarded m:. very  ;,saie in. all hisiran'saciions.. ��� Uudou:btediyv ��� \m narne  will carry'weight 'with, the 'investing' public; mid, ns������  .we���intimated.before; the fact-of \m being -Premier of  t"ue; Province may .assist materialiv in restoring 'confix .  deuce in British Columbia.  ������'���'.'���Hoii. J.-"A, Turner is -..well" ktunvii ' throng libui  British Columbia, having l>een Premier of the  Provincejor-several y'e'ars^   He'= 'is a. man ;We!I. ad-  vanced in'years, but every day in that useful: lite,  since he came tp British: Columbia/ has' resulted- in.  some substantial contribution to the advancement of  the Province, in wliich while yet a young man he cast  his lot. As we remarked 'on a. 'former occasion,- his-  life's work has been consecrated to'the advancement  of British Columbia's commercial interests, and so  well has he performed'his work,.that not only is he  honored at home, but the name ef Hon. j. 11. Turner  -;;:/lltiit/Jj;;.'M-;; J{|>^r<s;i^k;;-:;ihe  :'t*^��^rial;w.l*eti-^  '|!ihfef j'feii^:;;-^  iyell;*^  ik^pjy!':re��4J'.��s!  ���^'rha'i^^^tiriiii i^  tleiierai')vhdii!d',!i^  Cciiiiml>ii*::;-:: :^l-rv'.-;KI^  i*har'^c^rt:.;atid:lifc^  ^ws**��^i^^.^^bw��,#B *���  'ftr'taiit:'i I'iill. ;ifte :^I��  ^jrs^- crip >:tljfe .^  Il:r;;;^ii:;:;;!iii::;  ������^\>^t~b^iXfr;i&i:WteM$H ��� .^* V'iv.bt*��^t'a'^.^;*#*'*to^i��*����' -  ll^iccr^ipf *;>! ;|i^  ff ***"..'-���������������  ������:���  ��*iV ,WrlHsB��S*����*BM��B��*S S>;iS::iWvS'Hi,i��,:s.!l:  ;;.:.;';:':f^;!S;;;iiiii;Ii.r$i^  log' Sup|ilto'';:#i'IS: W  ibe'^mlng;i^  ^!��r*fl)WiwwMiM^:'A-iJ^';^:-.^^ iwisk^fmiw^iif^ii&^fiii- ���  ...'���' TflK ^tisimtcrlics ah.n^ui:i^-tii4t';i^  merit -hmmk&A';.^��\iL?J$i^  iiitdx}mi:iimim:^  pres^il';a:cicii*?'ui.i!mi'k  ���/.f&iv$^y.to\\vK^>^^  ?*1.  ill! OrceiHytifCN.i iMimr tiii'Tii-fe^tl^  .:gftmf:^t0;vhedt^t^r^  ��� oi: ���; ...Bri tish:'.'C^|u in !>ia.-. n:.rcr:-: t^:- te: Iitattily y::#iigiii!t!!li^i:.  UfKin;/'Uidr'.^0rk;:0n.Sau  i-Avarhi-: i bat'they ��� lbi.ve;;stlf i '^ciiiitr^rtimiti^-fer ^iiitiiu^'  tianiil-'.governmeiit-iisHlIhat'-tiiey��� wlll';ii6tiillciwa: ifc*,  ��� signiug ik'Ute.s'Kttit>gai'eriior.id-lw  er omen t -of ��� his- ��� ��� o.w n.. '������xftt\ king, i' :Sa tu'idiiy'B ...eSecliMU  :.was"a.. strotjg' verdict aga imi ';'"Mclni.i&; ahd..'.';A.la.rtiiV  , What  the' outcome ��� will 1,'^'jt is yet;tM:'early ��� Xo ���$&��*  but 'Martit-i ' lia.^; -bseu crtislied,':- The���'��� :timm .liaviug  supported ���������tlie H'pn..'C..'''Hi4 >iack-i��tt^ii: ii.i "l)i.te ;.<co:H.5t!r.-  .tuen.cy,' appreci'jitiug.-'.his ability aud'-the valuable' .^-'  vice; he- -wouh'l render,the pmviik^r'-'a.t' thlH -tiiae. re--  grets Iris dekatv ' ^'hepwijiiol'ttKr^Bouuda  !>e reproached (or not 'doing .their, duty,;. ��� They'vvefe-.  about evenly divided whcii:a'Mi��foier of'-.the:.Grown-.  could teasauably' ,ex{:��ei:t.-: a big ,majority: -.s.ft*cc';:.:-Mf' -  Mackintosh, waj   not $a. well-.-.fe.no vvii and. .he had. not.-  Ijceu'.^o- iutimatelv 'associated with -the;welfare of t��e  the district as with.that of Rossland Ji The-responsibiHty  lor .defeating Air. Mack��n.-t��i��lfre*tit with ttk.j^ople of  Rossland.    They- were boiuid to defeat Martin/ They  were determined to reward ;a��d honor'the ��� man who  brought $7^)00,000 into-their camp and inspired.new-.  V  !  1  ���rr  "���^"H "Br^-Twwiyai^jvi ��� ti  I       '        1  "���pr-��� "l"f ^'^i"��-~IT���r-W|,pm<��.  i    ��   1!  <\ <vi  '     '^������Uml'^^k^W* ��i��H��frt��^r���� .-J^wk;.^  y^. ^ ^j,^^  -T-p-  , J ���w..       *.   6,  Nfct  EGONOMISf  5  t-lieir:  andr-rthev"  adv  >;ayd Ykttik^  e.xf^stM^  'fniWMNHnWHMIIk :*^��^��ttM*lWs��*^^ '  dealt >vith.   The tin must riot b^ opened ^  count, except by order of an officer,  may Neither ^^  up as cocoa or soup.0 Each tik c  ficientiquantities of thekbdstuffitom  6feachK^Y:>Y-^^^^ ^  -,.T!!;K.|>ro$p  ^���lrI.>raUori'at-;  :a ;gmiid T)omtnion: '.'Day  1  wjAiArtWfl. 'y^WJ^^i^HHtetot.-, ^riH&vfjtf^^M&s, ���  Wh e^iii*^t;:-S^).ii.ii.i^^&^^ii^whv;'  ���Nelson1: ���������AfctU)  ���* n�� *uhl ea#t'/kriy;f teife  ; Y. ? i r> wkdgc.:; 0t;:JTJfi^:/W<!i  :M^hlHYCWiit.::|hll:'' ""  '"^i y hat'; gentleiiliuii^  ns'f  i;.y:pri;:;;;M'r,;^vJ;oseph:'  iiitme^'^a^  It might be interestin  bricklayers  are  now  en^  Although bricklayers revive ^  nmst be remembered that their season of $^r ^fa  very short one arid that their total earnings^^  year average only from ^  activky:prthe.se3Sok--:,^  rjj6raRaW*i*nw ay***iM*ia  :vk i uteres.1  ^;il^.;-:iIuflillt':;;II  i&tiokhi^   j|n^  ^Y.40*���*^  ��� - ������:���'������ '��� <, " '���>,:������ '' Y.-.-, ���:''-"'"-.' ���r\i-"i'���-''���'  ���'������ "'���'''"���'i^- '���' Y-���'l'���������'.��� Y: r: ���        . ���'   ������ ���-. ' ���'������: ��� '���'  ''��������� .l' .-���' - .-.:���v-.  ::^sg^  �����r*..  'r^Xt^^'limm^'J^^''^m^^t^^im.^mtm!s. <w*��w.  *��  Csfikef.-'iii"  4 >��� ��� 4 m^. ;; :0i;;^ purposes:  >:Yrrkd,'���;im?^ for 'the,  < i ;.^$ |>re^':i#alii|:;;:kkSMt bas-Ypaid.:  The Detroit Tribune believes that the Boer envoys  ,.,v, .-.':' ���":-.   .."���'-.'���..'.'���,-."'���.���;   -"',, ,.��.:':','.'" *-.:���..;  :���:.. ... :...:> v;\ :.:���--. >C-:,,Y.-Y'.. ������-������: Y..:'i>'!-. -Y'  still hope IbrUnited States irite  hope on the po^ible de  Tlie pothouse;^  if Bryan is elected he will actively interfere ik their  behalf even af the cost of  would be better for the Boe  : are misleading them would .tellthe ��� ttuthg^  iiillitp  ilSlltt  v !r i ,'"'-.isrf ft'"? si* .��< S ii ?1  .'.���;��� i;,��yv''?<i.'v.Siri;.f;'3^^j  ;:YYI'$!l$  ���.*'��.  >.;'f i>rejc*.li:::ck^i^^ :  : tractors"-a^ ;.;.riot::.carelul Y,enough|in'fc  .ehimn^ys^  ;done::;iri';:niauy^  citv. and may result some day fin a most <^tf^ctiye  :' Bre,-:'-::::'   .: '>.;���>��� : -i- -.,';; ;.y:-; r? ���:-^; Xr- ��������� -i^^i^i:.:-^- WIS^��-M ii3��-  .^jj^^w^'^^^Waaawt^iiiiMwMft'i w,^w^wiwiwww>^w-  ; I x rf wtthik��^ :-;detec-  u ve. i�� '4���#l��!ti$fs -.h'alf ..a-  ^tv^,cu. .!B^:piy!tffi.citfiitiS*^-^:Acc^iiiiag to police''.court  i mi ice, ^vhiiev^'^w^b^ .';.".'  ������'Vt&dln'/V WWatW.PiftW.'Wtoft*#*>' .*WnN^^<^��W*ttl������--.-  ,'^1; A.^^;ckMll^  tti*itg:iiig;%:--jskhiK  ��� icve**  : r^r^w��*t(iS*aW3MW'.'Stt*^^  jw.iwwiLiiwmwi"  Xfr?^<*^.ili:'^.|}'''^  -.'���vtvare |:.��r'J^ti^'-;'i��'fe*'-'-'-''--:'::/- ^y-'y-"���'���'.���.'/���' -'"."'-: '-���  vj^;j.-Wv'^.i^l.r.i.<'~��''liW-'i'.(  l.;H n. Qovcrom:etu'';is ;actiug'.' m ���iht, iuterests .-oi;^  ;"��* ��k ' iV^n^ coiiteritiou.  '������^'islation- at "the. jorthWuiing^ession of the.; kegtsla  iiic.  ���   '���  ' ' ���-/ ������':' -������'       ������''������: "  '  wet* ^iX'-WJ*"***"*1*  '.  Ivvkrv soldier % -iW.- British .-,army ".carries in- -dm  ;^^vrs:ick 'vvl^tls-feiioWiivW-;  ���'^^ Yonsi^s'v'of ;'::a'.::s  :" h.' k et; spirit. flask ��� "divided; :iti to ���itm,:.. cotupa rt ments  '}^ tf these '��:fi'Ika.'Witfi Tour cntnces.of'ci^oH,.; paste,  ���s,��d thc\>Thet'co>itiii��J5'k:^  Ir-��*cd beef:Ciiuiiuicativ) ..As ./the 'title implied, tlie  l^^u is iHU"to'b��� used except.;. in thecase ol direst  -^^vsiiy, aud' if cotisuhtedin small quantities it ^vviH  :ni��intai.n strength Br^khours.- The tin has to ��� *.  -���Hlu^d ,^t-parades' and daily inspections, and the  ���������Mkr-  u'hkd^s not display .his^atim m sever eh  tating persons overcome by smoke or gas^h  suggested as part of the desirable equipment of |ho^  '-ati<i ladder:trucks'!going:tp'kres.,;:^  ^v:":.d)tscu^iN:q^C^  ::;^?oi:^the;Ha^  tive millions of ^  ���:yidedy;ptithevB^r;ku^  ::i:$oerv:^9-999l'^  CiARA Ijman hasa  of the popular iiovelvX  all probability be included in  M  Lipman's repertoire0^  Wf are not sure that the appointment of Sir Henry  lolv as Lieutenant-Governor of British Columbia  would be altogether satisfactory to the residents of  this Province yy;- .'y;-'.;y''   ��� .: y-;-:,-y.::  \mFKIC\n apples are peeled, sliced and dried and  theris^tto France, where they ; are converted mtp  cider With the addition of carbonic acid gas and a  ^rtun flavoring the cider becomes champagne, much  li which is unsuspectingly drunk as the genuine article. '___;'-."���  'Si|il-iillii  <..'.r--:.<-i:*i:>>.\MfcAii:?.&fi*  l;:;c31$liiB  );;' ���"���;:���'"f y ^.^Y^'ti^ffi  i^MM&SM  I'l'V.y.-::������ :.v.s..'.iii;'j-.)i;y.:^ist<iBt; u  ���vvYY;iYlYi|#  ;|s::f;iil^^i  :(:iYlYpii|Mi.  :Y.v:sY*Y��?K��af^'  s,YY:YlPY;$[$fi  ������������%-'?w'j-'^j'^i^^^flfc  ^:;:YiY:YY$i# |  Wi:'. ���'��� Y: Ylfpa^^l  isYlfelli  liiiiiiip!  Y::YY;YYCli8Sj;H'  li:?lllP|Hl  ���:i::Y|;i;i|,YYv;^iSif  .:,;:::,;5|;';YY|||lll  ^ f ���','.'���������;;���.'; ;��� :-.^'^S;'.ih*"j #11  :'^r:;YYi?:!la|if��I  ::;::^:::Y||^g|||R  ii. v  1  Y^?l  ft  i>8h  Whkn China expresses a desire to fight the whok  wWid she appears to forget the fact that even little  ,,,,,,��� took a fall ont of her only six yearsago.  nmrfi"ir��v^,p,"M  1M������> ���< ^-*�� flfT1  yiOTp-** (***  ���   >w* ��� ^o   * ^  *-*- Jfr.t- J"     ���  a  ^    �� f  i1- <��'���&������  THE NELS<  K.  $m  &W  Ji- 1  ��*WJ  ;:;/^HI^  y:-;%^  ;;. ckcumsraii��':Cpf^:thei  ������rcyercrik  ,;shall.agree ;uot-'tp  -ama^meik^  ;..'pertainii)^  .;1out)d.;Y:Utiairim^'U  ^there;MM  :.:clktfek  - _ �� ib&1 ;'^ ��^4tAj^.^Stofe.Sa^t ��� :_tm t>T^sL45��?" ;?'..^: _ip>.fci;:I ^X��-to^i,-'; %*?<>** i*V" iff*?t -' t*i-y'^w; v  jSundap^  y^runB:p^  ;^Oirj^  ::sp;Skrpri$it|^  ;:sch^  ;-.that^^  /bkcr/iTO^  .'tkatfEudyardJis -aliogtk&r ; ��� ftcv ,'$u ficlay'  ^    '^  atafp^  'icho0iyk.O::lead:td :e^  ���''    ���.'"���.' .���'...'������     ','   '���';;������������    :������������:���'       ;'     '    '     ' .'..  ������...������.���.'"������..���������������.'������������.'���'���'      '   .���".',..���.���   ��� "'.':'';  ���.,"'..���     '.������',''���  '��� "���  ilhgcrm  the. fullest extent y;,: Would it.'- be: wroug: tkr-pe^niit ! tht.'  children, tp;^  would.derive from,;���KIplingY  ;: Miidlotjiptoriety,1  vpationn tf  .::liying;tO;*da:y-.t,n;^  .;tb'e':';pfatfWm  :��� e��st: H,ull..': wrote ;:f^  :Mihe: .reporter avho;;.regprded:;K|^^  '::*��^  ��� techitte, i��nigra'p!tf: de! ib#ate^^ ..;;  ':;biiidcry.;pt;::,^  :.B|>eeek.'^  /ckthe^  tt>J^k''to^^*^:^":-y^ - ^-^ ';':Yy:?YYY^#-'^! ^:y'y^- ;::>y-��-y':"'^:-:^^^^ ���iii -'&-^ Vk ^::":-.'-v:-- :i'i :���  ���>\!ii;Vv'W^i'tf.Vi^'^.��^>;  *"**!.. Y  klutklma^  ���fcc- .T; %���'���,  �����w)w^��i.f*��/^w*w��t*'nm .t.  ���letter -.engaged,; in:' denotiuemg; bloated";. -bondhoickm~  ::aod-''otherppuieutikouridrels k^  v-tp-.^acst^  ;:,brD:w$v  ;��� was.;r^  'v.W:hich-.inade.' him::.'!a.mous:Ywere,/ written : .by 'Chester ���  . ' ��� -     ;-      ('/���.'- ���' .'...,or''' '  '. HulL.:"'-; I)ennis has grown-proud mi well- as Yrfclr .and:.,  -he objects'- to, the :di.mmitig'''6f thekistre ofhk sand-lot.  ' fame y';:He ;wautd like . posterity -"to-������believe--that: ''he  '''W.aS':a':-natu'ral. horn spellbinder, and. it ^probably pains'  him  to fee! that perhaps.some .Ignatius '-Donnelly'-. of -  '���the- next century will find a cipher': in  the-- oratorical-  elkisions of a' Kearney contemporary,' with which   he-  will demonstrate that the grea t' an ti-Chinese agitator  . was nothing more than, a' human phonograph. ' The  . Chester Hull referred' to was a  reporter  on the San-  Francisco Chronicle in-the"seventies.-   He died alkmr  -twenty-years ago, but 'his -fame; still   lives,., ."and ���ai-  ':..though his works are buried in the files of the  paper ���  dor which he worked, they,  are rememtered 'by  his '  veteran, associates.    Hull|; was  a genius, '��� a^ brilliant  writer of fertile  imagination, and a' practical joker.  He wrote -fake  stories'; that   startled   the   scientific  world, and was always using his pen   in   a way that  'provoked discussions     Chester .-Hun   (mind Dennis  Kearney-ahd-^he was.responsible for' the latterV rise  from'th'e seat of a custom house dray to the pinnacle of  hi'tted. wit*:.;t$::iKit:.s  Y;mm|Mt^  ^:the;,C^  ;T;i^  ;y:wM^  V?;i'0!|':6f';:��i^  ;;:.|kbi^  ;:.:i*Je^  Ipiicfaiiif^  , -#��*taiG##(w>ii^^ ..  :';:-';.:''Ttk-.f3^  ���' ,, ,... . ������' . ,,;���       ��� ���  ���',..- ���    y.:\. ������',��� ���;.���. ���;��������������� .*���������    :���������   ���.���������.���.;���: ���.':*"'1'.-���,���:;.���/���'������'������;���::. .   ������.���;,.'-,,.*      '-".",   ' ���'  ;fywitg;v^  ;;,. npt kt<l ���-the. iiiipcrini^  Ycom'yrsatf^^  .';:!iiS���ioaiioiis,of Iser ;;w  ..tbegklwhok^^  ;.'/the/days.when.'Sam,Welkr^i-:^ ftetteit^ '  >:by;: 'hii-'-fotid .papa.\..^  ���lieetrgeu^  '..'Ctetrm&tw^  -';weak-niak to- resist,' ' 'N.oiwmider:-k-.T'ikv-'haveie&ifkcd:/  to' uiider:^ta.iid '.|be,;oibef. "m&: Ik k' fchc^it'jliik''' M.' -Mtmi-  . l\mm hard,' bk^  ���"��� the; neccls - and. ��� ca'}MblIlttei; a ltd- tlie; wcik u'^ki ot- men������;::;  --..ancl; they..--kkyc-'.-.-k./ "a-'ebarm -  ���. to attract, that;<^rtueyer;W'acq pks:*-.'.'.  sibk.'way; 7Vet, in the.mkubikew  ���is a str..on.g:'prejudiee-^gajhsit '���:i.kicSrnv''reiiiiirryiug^ :i^'-  ' there any re'alrea^o.ir wky1hy:-ShwI-d'''te  ���.erallyf Urn only reason' is in her '.own.-, morbid scrupS^v'.  She. thiuics ka dbioyalty..to the.mttnorV'of:,khcnian ;  who has;t��Ohe;- to-;-pui 'another i.n; \m.place...-��� Itks��� 'odd ���  ���how .seldom this'' cofi^jderalkHi-'rveir' enters-:-'1 into-" the -  ���mind of tlie widower ��� who agaitr'c#itemplates::matri"-'  ��� mouy--that., second ,- matrimony ;wbkk'"Dr..Johnson  .callS'^a, triumph . of - hc>|:>e .' over   e%j)cfkiiceJ;r.- .:SIic'-  thinks she- is w rallying, him"' bv -the very thesoghf .of."  loving .'some one;eIse.   -Tint should thfa:..scriiple'I>e;'a!^''-.  lowed to weigh ?������ There 'is' not -the least doubt that u  her.first husbanc! had loved he^Avith a'really gutterous  aiKlselfsacrilictng love, he would-.wish ikr" imppitkk5S  -,  secured   after   he  had ��� to leave ���: her.ahd he would.  grudge, he.r.up step which v^ould secure ihat-.l^PP1"-  tiessY   Probably, could he look back, upon   this:' hie, ���  *.w>\  i,A^._. [������',  "���.:.: "-*i'17,!u' ^iMSHK^S^IllSffiSS^^  MW-*^ W > JLfWW �� MB HIHUgWHJOMt tflriitfffi THE KELSON ECONOMIST  ���v.th the enlightenment which comes frum a  bieher  ���.!-:-.��n.��i, he would wish nothing more earnest! v for  I:-: ��o.��:i �� .worn! marriage, .which would KWK her' a  :-:-:-.t-r.iHdtlicwclM,CM.K'ucha��l tri,��i   to  nr,,,;,,'  ���*: ari m his own liitt-tune.  MMHWonlimti,  !:c 1'l.iM .M'tlliejulruioatiecominiiv, winds comes  ;- Nclswi Opcr* H.rtise. Monday, fuh- Jml ,,as  ��� ,".-!:.��vt. r,.,*cit��irc. nnd all productions ar,- S1jd  .'���v.-. very m-diulrfy. U Injw,��� ,uy'.M;U!;!},er  .'..���'..extend lh��? cJ����aKcM��fiit  .,v�� ������c week.  'i I-  iwdlv 111  need  ��f some  ?egular nksce of  *����Y   ��4 % .  **+fM-g>i��rt��IUlinM    .  > -j'-h' vmstlcmen arc MMirMwIy dlscu��i��Kr the pr>.y  ���'������badd ii fir<ti *?!*���* music "hall in this city;  ^ ujs-s.wJacc vaudeville only will be ��ivcn.  .f.&t-fe, 1 VH-.tfyMlW-.O.t'i.rf ���  s.  ^'���j^^^JofMiiiiagcr   Waterman   to   build   a  ������ 'r'W *u<mnd ihc iccic.-ntW Knmnds and charge  ���.i:.iarv icr wtmtd, if c^rrkd mu, be of great   as-  *��� '^ *>+<m\ itt tUtH cuy~    h ^ mmkxIv fair to ex  ���������**^4>r   f^Mrball   players to i^tcikx mouths  - pB-*ri *'��! the <?*jw:��scn ��?i v��mu��k  teams  with*  -.'Jf-s M^o-ipoi |n ^>mc w^Va    ^^ wbeil Jt j^  < ���'* MX on the pkyer,% k ve?y jps to k��se that i��-  ���" 'vhs.'b i% nece^Aiy ��o develop il ?<* enoourai,'-  tlJlm'"^?-    ?let^i��e P��-at. of the in-  ede   . mil and muscle that enter the world posseses  -nercapna!.    Wherever you find capit�� ~  >��. ��H1 nnd the greatest number ^        ^^  1, and wherever capital   finds   most  employment  ore you wi,l find raost labor.   Ubor can nX be  JXWi E;J fc*���*��� nor to a point where it ceases to  '* productive ; but capital is frequently forced to risk  "Her destruction and annihilation in order to be pro-  | uctivc. Labor loses little, and can lose little, through  the devices of intellect, but capital, very often through  ��.ie same devices, loses all.   It is the history of nearly  all great capitalists in this country-the greatest users  ot capital, the men in whom  suoerior  intellect   and  will-power are united and blended harmoniously���that  they   come   from  labor's   ranks.    Capital thus constantly changes hands.   The men who to-day hold it  are men whose fathers or grandfathers accumulated it'  perhaps, and who are themselves unable to hold ou  to it against the assaults of superior intellect and  will.  *ti*M>e*ftft��riKi*ft- .  ���: !*,'<*?i Mint  *d thai the en>t��rtt of sendhjvr  -."'eso dciMrfmenui M<*res for *jfrc*is l'*��hIs h *s  -" ��� i  i:^YKlv the present timr. Thi* is attributed  ,'"Uv:*�� ***M, the lacs slut w^mea bare learned  ���'i ���''-:���.- dr<>* f^hatlH ;msch cheater at home, and  ���   -t.^MJc *m their *m?S bs  keeo the  mmtev  at  V fa -��  T.'H* J'->rf*ner is wisdom and  the latter ^ is pa-  m ;;ut ^jn-sjiii I>i%^r Unit ni its own  ��ovd  time.  -'    ��� tnv ;;;rv(t   tnistakes   made  by  worktn;srmen  ���*n;:ii; $ ?3e��'v��pp.>-*ed   grievances  against eapi-  "^��- ^^i-nt cimpaiijn, was  that    the  very ex-  ���' ;i ''.*;��ital vva< the   chki obstacle - to their ad*  ' - *,v-5     'The ttnth is inat capital i* the least of  ;  -^ -vitii winch   laU^r has to contend,     there  :,'*N -*ts m*>ur p.iiweffnl   that*  capital that   take  '--���y;^ n! ljh-;?r ; lOrces fh^it at the ->ame ttine take  ������ i:'.'-* -lt '.a;>ital     the UH\X< vi iiiteliect   and will.  ���Vit.il. *di nj'.mey, all weaHii, ^o-ealieil.  should  '":"> tl^vtjoyod aK o��c ivll   bi����A. what  wottld he  - >.: '    vSjnp.dv tr}at industrial sucieiv wotdd re  ���:-'e tt-eh **a much the Mine lines   ami >;ive   \t<  s; '"a-ikU, .is u*iua)�� t<j men oi the highest alal-  ��� : ^'i'.f< luuts tu the^e, a.s in the \\i>U wlh�� couki  ��� '-'^ notiuog Imi muscidar fojee to ihc creation  ;   'apaaJ      indciati<ade   resnlaium   iind   hard  ��� ������i-d   \vimld, slowly, perhaps hut surely, make  '!:,pj,-;i��ii*   toive of will a sucial  power.    Capital  <lr-*   l��v ihi^   eenius   f����r aecanniiatton, and  no  ,J   Jf^tututo*ss tiK��; have ever heen coticeiveil by  :'1^' availed a^uihl it.     The man who lives ior  '' :!::i^'iu!i survive ami ihmnsh ironi a  pecuniary  '���"^"'JDt;- the man who lives only  tor the present  A just recognition of the dignity of labor is a necessary inference from the light and teaching of the Car-  penter ol Nazareth.   That "best of  men   that   ever  wore flesh about him" toiled in the shop  with chips  and shavings about his feet, and implements'" of  his  trade on,the bench before hiin, so entering into sympathy with the cares and struggles of workingmen.  That sympathy is the most   potent���though  oft , unrecognized���factor in the adjustment of the industrial  problems   of  our   time.    He taught fair wages  for  honest   toil.    His   "golden   rule"   is  the    effective  remedy tor strikes and lock-outs    Hood's  "Song, of  the Shirt/" and .Mrs. Browning's "Cry of the   Children/' are but paraphrases of a   good   Samaritan,  Wherever the mind mat was in Christ Jesus .prevails,  the man and his master are bound to see, face to face  and  eye to eye.    And nowhere has that consummation been more nearly reached than in  the' industrial  Conditions of the new world.    Not that all things are  as   they should   be.    The millenium  is still faroflF.  There are rights to be righted and little walls of separation to be broken down.   But so long as the lea veil  is   in   tlie  meal  there is hope that the lump may be  leavened. P> G.  Yesterday afternoon in the vestry of the Church of  Mary Immaculate, .Miss Mary Carey was united in  marriage to Mr. William J. Caldwell, of the firm of  Morrison & Caldwell, Rev. Father Ferlaud performing the ceremony. The groom was supported by Mr.  J. U, Patcnaiule, while Miss Annie Carey assisted her  sister. Thk Kooxomist extends hearty congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Caldwell.  ��� i ��� i ��� j  Mr. and Mrs. T. G. Procter have returned from an  extended visit to Kugland.  K. A. Rogers & Co. have taken over the business  of the Parsons Produce Co., with headquarters at  Winnipeg, Manitoba.  iim  ui  :!  ;i  if  ���>,�������***  a��tfrti*��ia^��85'!SEKl? ���  ���CTJ"  ��1��-rnsr'T~-""  , ,^>.-. ��i -^ i~w~-r'-^rtl~r~~~  -I   �����       ��� *  - -t>-  r.fr ���  - ���cyr^'W'W i���y~ :s  t:  itli t  tr^r'������:���������"'������' i.  Ftyet  ������Ml,     .-V^ ^taw1':  w  S.xBfey?i,3\*,s��- ..?*     Tec*1*-.  jf-lv'iSjSJi'tf  -���*  They patches! her . iopMde^ here and there���*!*^  ii->,:i'\MM"M  '���Tlieihij^  :/;.;::.:^l(k>ked��skiw^ ;-y  ������ **Bv'Ood I; lhere% ���'never',.a;'botttwit!.; hold.; , t!_��te:'^^..''iiit'i^:'.'  ^���\:.take.herehaneeIi}-':Ji, ������ '.,'.'���::::J'i)-;i:ti,;������'���%'::/,  "/;��� ".,���:'";>':ghame;;;?������;'.."v    ->.;;j^:^/;/'��� ',rl;:���������'��� '\'; .;;v-,-'..';:i:/'iV/;:-;,,-���.:^:..' ,f/./  ;Butihe$&ilOi^  :;/;-!���: y.' .take thed> huh f!: !:;;r;/; :^'}!:::.^\;.;;;};:;:';: i; ;;'��� J /:;;';  :-We?r^r^Id^<^  ]:::fi:-i--p<tii^  : Jfi: 11 one of wE'buii beM; wlie^.; i* U e::goe^1et\;Uie ~^--go:l **���.  " tot t-i �����/"*���''  They'Vpatehedd^  t::[i^:-X^  i)Q&::&y^  "HhViVpti#-her  ^J%  ..A;.ehi!<V^hict^  ���  'iii:. ;hls ;.>vtihipi ..;.':^r;/::^ :���''/������; :';/���;:: :;/.;/���./:;:;    '���'';���';.;' '���' :���'���: v.;;;v{ 'w:: *?i:i  >��� Wheovwom^^ enten;;hli' ,py����� he^'lrtfel^d/  ��� Kioy::lhrim:i*H^A',h:***��;M*^*:**$?$h*' **h d W*e t en 111'..r!100\i&II;.  The eleven th'lltije^ theeofthr.  '���T-hey��hipp^V;herine.w''��*f rieeklesa rueb* the>\iovi;i?diier.>>dt-  ���With''-'.' her;.quaking-;:huh s*od��� Ji*%&lliverf ng;;**j*a%.. tfmt.  '//���' groan ed" of the. gmve iohe; /V /.  ��� She had heen a gcKHl^hoogh**hlpJi.i..:her'diiy/bwi her.: di*y  '"��� '1iad;long Bl��ee;,,e^ied;;y:';./      /\.v-  .A.ud.the-oldd^ m"- dds'jjer^ti1.''  ,:;/::.;:dieiid.to the;I^tT^.'-v-'-'.--'.--,-.,'������'.;' ���'���'���:.���.;���    '      ���'"'.''-���.<'',; v.V'.'':-  /'Watlo whig 'In- .the trough of the v.way e^', I is m i>erl.u g ilke mo :  /������\V"it^her.��tickA.a��tmin...UIj.they yelled -with ji&itvand.���';����j-  ;; ;.;:iiiore. hftlhaii i hox;;;. ./','./'��� "-.���;  .WhUethe'.eapt&id 'watehed..by tiir rippiog; ^UJe/aiid; mid*  v. ,with.hiB'red''fa<?e:j>ale^ ������;'���"���.���'  "uIf nhe sings.'-her |>sa!m ..like"ihis in ji esil.nu'', wlnnt*]j ^he-d.c>.  In a'fl  a^M-  The hghthouj��e hardly winked ft!* hist-Wfore::the frireUtld-  , ��� roBe; ;. .        '.' ...���'  ���They-.manned the pumpfe/and nplit their.Imirtn to m\m% .he  ducking 'tu>��e;- '^> j  The- boat^ were rotten w Use ship���thev ^'w$,nae<l'tit a ��� nift  Till a black wave found her waterlogged   and   drove   the  wretches aft;  Her bowa'were .weltering In the Keu,;her ��u*.rn, wn^ihlver*  ing high,  They heard the coals go thundering, und knew   the  end  was.nigh;  They eunsed the owne '.-and  the craft, and   hrtieed   ttiem-  ���   selves' U> drown,  Artd 'twixt a flurry and a'aob the coft!n-#hip dived down.  The owner vents a chastened ��� grief���(,��od*H will muat be  . endured,.  The sailors' children cry for bread���but they were not insured j  The owner  eat*   with   appetite, and drink* the hmt of  r wine���  v-,.^.,'-:v.atrln,fe;;^^  ;.Th^'tHvn#r%;fe!d^.;: ort^  ���; Yi*i thev tdeeo '^nrhder hi'"'the *H��^r^to:lt^Mferi^        idtn,  :.^,mt/i:^  ^:;..v''''-:\t.heir^jlvi!fi-fo  *Oiey on ly [m o k;\v I ih:J * I*' roll*?t(-. Whl|% ��� he. ^wl ijiiv wit Ii:��� I:M  ;"':-': '^V'Wuteii^ii'i*'-''-''-:-'';''���'.?���. ���>'"���.'������., ���' '"'ri-J..y:;'Hi: iiii^-i.ii'iy- ^���ii'iiJii---  K&4*>^**.HW*--W&itf^  ���;i:^U.' :/.i  Bh^-Wns^lmii^W  ���::;;;^^,i*d,ti^ry;W#  '.;At;|li^;.VIc^-ryf^l7^  ;<k' Of ���'^^��^.;����^f trbjyiil*^*;:!. 5.:- y-v ;";;:'C ^ ������ :^ "t:^^  '.The.. um%: :w! will $$.-. tif r% vi^ri:.i*.^��* *i<|;;f*.fi^^;:;-5  j; :4% lid. w to ,,iiiid;;'f��M^  ���.;:; :-:<& tid;^*. fcti 'i^m'tig" ^1$^��:::%^  ': \v lt:h;;'^Hini to J ;.gl^ri^ -Mfl'iitii Mil ly" IS r*;i^  ,0 iii jiiii!? ikii*r o^II'lh^  :; J -^u r ^**yt*:l ^:.h^r' W' 11 |i;m-ii$ii'fe'-:';!|^y  , liiswtl: h#-'"wl th- ��� ifeisijk* j^fei'��*^�� -|^irf.ii*iiKi.^-: ^'  Or W*4^. Ilk ^Viti^fe'm':fdili^t'-^'���-.���:;::��� ���'':"���'���^:iH-'':^';: '";���;���<:';���:'.;  ��� i^ol i*#.^;ii^t.' ifi* rlj* ��� iW?l: 'th^;: 'liiiil';-:',: ^u^::'^-^? ��� i  ti d- t**t wh I lit eo-t*i|.y m$&.  i;f t'ihi��?mi y, i*ifi.l fed ;1p , tliii^li. ;,il  -Il'iid twp1i*rgi*"wart��^-|icii*: ii  Ahd.. w.pi�� Jj#!idy.1n':oiMii*i,s^  www<wiiMi!i*wawiMw'ji��i��iwr��^^  ������ If 1 "Iive..; to grow. old'%fb-r:.t Jtiid T"|;fc;do  -i^t thte t^;. my ikfetiiiViiv^jjitryT^^  : 1M: me. hny^.. m mmm ;..hba*^-* with:* il*ii*i: ;'^.t,ih^.;ip.ly*-;;;::.';  Afida-^i^hl>V.^Mt��^ ^|tiMyT^Id:tWfv^:^^^^  '���';Mmf :i go^rii. my l*a^i'0.ti-';Wiit^-::ft'ii''.j��l^  -And. gmw. wl^er lUtcl; tMtl#:r^ ^:;rny^itrwg  Wiihooi goti.t iir .*iOOi?,"hy: -,W. a^s** t-lss.. "-*tf'fe*?**^:- ���?;'^-.;.:"-"-;:"- r:.v:" /'""'-: ;���- iiK,-.----/-,  in m muriirv town, bv'��' inurhidrlffK hrook��;:;��� ;:':t:';^^:  ���The ocmii ut dijsi��'t*c**; *:>ii.wlileti:-.I'".riiiiy.'I:s��k*- ; ;:'-^.  'With- ii -*(p**��l<-H}fi phiin; withont h��lg^:or*tll^:,;  And- an etw*y pud-nag to ride out ^.-nd|^.^'  With a-|iiidding' oo.HuiHby, nnd Mont hnmndnglii|nort  And-.remmihU of L&tio to pn^letlie Yimr;'   ,...���"������  ���With a hidden li^erye-of.^  ���To drink the King*** ht&lth urn oft m 'I. dhm . v  With 'riutf^chatHtHom^'iind one ortwo.niore -.;    : ..���^���;  Of-the be#i WUg.tljmt HvM}b'ttM..Afl^M-.-btelbw*.,:..'v;;;':;.;;.^: ���  WitHidMi of.ro^iat tnyttoti, not;veiitoii��'or tml,;.'  And olefin, though eo��ifiN��, linen'niev^ry' iiieith-.:, ���  ���With cxmritge yndmOtieih .nwy i, &*���� nty.;te*i������ ttoyr,-'.-.  ���Arid,; when I >m d��sid�� may tho better mrt^ya ��� -: ������[���:,'��������������� ���  *> In the morning,, when roller; lir.the eveninf ^when i��r|'  . low:  He I* gone,'nnd boti left notNhlnd ��� hi m..hi�� fallow!  i*\tr he governed'h.l^ Pa^nioii with an ab#dhlto*.8 ,  And grew wb��r and letter bb his strength wore-^wiiy  Without gout or Htone, by a gentle deeay��M   ���  i  i >  Vi '��� ��� ���" i��-i���wnvw mv i  7        i  l|  nm^r^v. n- -~~v^-l,r <nm  I  I  *      v. -('  1  4i  ��� -^rcv**.*-*   ni-jok   -. -vrfrmt ���^.^^^  ���^���vujtr*   ifn-M^w,  r."<*  i,��*^.n    .������  ��� .'.U~ r~    ���     :, / .-    "l   '~  ������������ '!**������  9  '.;.���'m  4d hoi  Ain*''RAH^  '* her,.^TftAi v^^ ^alone i n  * ::Wtt i^  ihev^dead:  #��� j'0i(Iei.V:;frames /  worthy, of'her,for.  ^;:tlrec!::;'0f';them/.all -to;  u|l^-v;thel;:;stateiy',:diall:  'A ,Mf: - - To.IjK?.; j^t;W.S?B  .,,;���*' ^oiu*. :|<2ltl���lo||^ii#-'t  ���ton^.en^  .!.;,:h   '��� ������She':-rW����.l  ;t-j,si  -|-,;iii^'d'������'Ut 'e*ipt;:|  ��bf nw' *.*f iud'gsh^si,i*.:^v;  h������!( v,:'C"- '. ��� volt ��� ;.;:*iWCPl*e^;  n-o'-i-W-:. wifclMMKl.'l.:;:T.T  'r/'*.'. ;:   '."��� ��� .���"������:.'���:' ;,:,;,C'-:^;:'-;.:1  ?ne'to^}^ht*'teii,:;^fey^  tfi-^  .��'���  yohr^  ���^uUe'tip-l#^  ^^.���.-.���.irhfilllv;,^  , - *��� ����������� ���''���"*'��� -. i-:i^*r^^ci��^lt:l#t"d:r^s?ied ���witlr ^reirt ca.r&;  ��� ��� i' ���'-i '���'��� *;To:: 1^1 #># 1%^*il^Mi;-fi*alty-^Iter -''��� wbtic--;sbouklers���;  ��� SH- h*��� 1 usk��;t-a*��*ot: ol:����!*��� ^.W^*-���'��� r^ ., ���-   .,   .  n.  ��� ��� - *: ������- ^ r' *^r;*^ : said,, hut-  -.:���.-- %*urice .i$mjcjw..*>ver- ine,w^^f-:?-*.-      ���,.,;.,,������       ,.,.��� v  i..{h. t<'*le&y��rUe^ .^-^ '������'���.-.������. ��� .v.'-;. ��� ^'*  .  ���-. ���'������ ���'��� iv��� '���-vii���"*��� ������ i*';;';w^i K^te"ii-��� "riit*ad-hiao, ���'Frond  ':*���'���'"���.:;>���'������;.'~.v::".:* :.";;:.-:'."^^n^fiimi-'^tiitWlv:proud--;oi.vui*  ;.;^:;i^y:v,;;^>w.t:;;^.   worthV   man :,A\.uV  ;��a-ht: twcbnic-: ihc-- ��t!e-ot^n��P ��� ��o.t��>. ^   .   ..  - ".     ��� :-:-'������"'\fwv  swe��;t.��:��d ooniut  i   i��!'A   lave. W tn   j.v"r  .,nu: time outof Mrimmi-m^.Mito ;k�� v;: _ _ _.  '���'".WW  aiUe  "n, Hmirh'w^ nyturdvy��d#e'>d*l,t;'>"mli,g "3i'" ��.  i n * rants u vn*i.*�� a sm*1")^.* ...   ���* , , ,   t :. .tyjiv  .uKh college theu.to.aRt^ron.ono.Ml^..,    ..  '������''P^^-v:^';.;. ;-,y.;i,),,,Hit��-ot>irgeonS  ile w.w soiitW -��tl����id��ug���n;^u".;       ...e,,  to   the  ,:-.d   luci   Mi*i R����d��lpl��^t��TC��i��f-�� �� ;ii-. iuuch  ��� ,.u.,s: at ter rittUfer'? Il0il^ Jf !/,t;!Mr of most  m���h- t. iteorbe ov��rk.ve alter Uie aw��_^ ^ rf  , '  ....       , ��� ,... ., .nMier.1 Ii hutg t�� llK liit-    , .   :  iul uuuoti ts not ��^ a-kuh--1'"  ���.... c.psWSion which  .-1..SS ; su itcatac.��bo��t.tUaU,w ^ .,. s,lidi leU upon  .������ncs i�� ev��rv m>ul: one ,jitt>e. .., ^ {0okcd  h���n j��� all .its fresbness pi ?|or> >      , . ^  int..  this young.g����* c;.    ,.i,;,1it.e�� nWl decorum  i,,tl  eouduwed with t����Ch^; ^' wn   .om   Maiue  m,   the   R����uWpn famdy, !���� (    ^ t e(l tuat  -----      1|  - ./������ -;.;.'.���'���'....fr^-j  :iM3  U^  iiiRht! Mary knew that life^had become a strangely; :f  sweet thing, that a look in a. stranger's eyes had   ,  awakened her heart to new experiences: ^  iThat was the -beginning of their love story;; In a; I,:  month from that time Dr. ^^'h^lS\^;iB^^  dolphin his study and asked for Mary's ha  there the story ended.   For the proud old man named;  his condition, ahd^the proud young man refused ^:  give^ up his hSnestfather's name:even tortheloye-of    v  '���������"n woman, ���������."������y :������:������;,, .::'���",::.'^.:^-::'^i----:'.^>:.('z,  The judge was amazediindignant,,unconvinced;s  that any^man whomftricksy fate hadfcaUed John-;^  Smith would not be more than willing  Randolph. But Maryihonored him^ for his fethfnlnessr ,.  and promised to love hM^^li^;^^Rp^  ma���v vows -that night^ whenJ^P��^?MtePi  were" forbidden to hope for-^^^g^^g��  their hearts' teire; The^^^^^^1  Occasionally she heard,indiri^fr���^^^  t^she sat quite alone: with:be^?M��^fer  f Ut of the^^4^>m*nel^����^l^S^^  thought ot tht o       ^ M; Qr ^etstep-  ������ <ih<>  ?md ' not heard tnt Jvwj^ci        ������:;^-.;^..^^i-;j.;-"^iv-^  She, uaa no. . ..& ^^.xirea^aa^^S^  '���.���.'���on"th.e;statr..-;UUttl a^voice,^.uyu,:_...^!.vj^,;;,:-.;^^^^::;;;^^-  ��� ���./:���:*vM.ary-;��������.���>.;-���^      ������.:,/ ;...���:,^: .vtQ r���: al1d Mary still sat  . w*> when he^went away, ano ^^j       -,i  Itwaslate^tien^^^   ^  .milin^ w^n James^c^^e>Jin^^ ^^^  ������'.���in; .tlie;,Adrawuig-,r0om...,,i.^c  '..:' ,������'*..���.. ���������'���-"'-'iiu ^nrpriattve eves. ���;���    '.���:<^-zr\:jyr^\  her wah apprtuaivv    . ^oksriabt smart ter-r  . 'i', *��  d    Sis'de ��.!��.�� rsedon, *��  ;������:' Two;:GreatMen.,,:;;.���'...^^f::'^;<:^i~0:  '   .;���",. ��� V-'-To^otvto/felegnim,;:;":,;.. .^.Mi^KiW^^  There is no dispara^eui^"       . ,  snggestton tnat at b     absolute; ffiastery of;  ���tne;:^vlLi .-.���;������.  l'1Wedi,1.ES>f i;tcle proof that Kitchener has. the  There �� -s^^r J^rts as that Lord Roberts  strategic geniu, ot U>? Kitchener.    Strategic  ''".'.i^''"''."!  .^1*1  ���'���(J. :A  y"Z:y/:::'^.ZZ.0.  ''������:,f"'-' :'v^ii;,i'-,'^i:'#|�� :^  ���i;'.>..'.--.T.-;.,-.o.r.:^/-,v*:.tefe  a :���!  v.i;;:y;,K:.f^j;&|gf  :;;;;'^;g;4.^|M5ifjil|p  \:m  Iff.; MS- s��  t  iyy^jif^.-;  !��.;.,:>'  |"*;S  ���.*��������� -������.:i>"���. -o^^^v  :,;,'��� ,��� ..:.;;i>..,^!irei  i<S  tr  lsport m opuvu ,.       owerof Kitchener.  ,uen ted by the ��^g^ not worthier of honor  The genius ?iK^j^^  ..^SSi    It was Kitchen.  thaUtl"Sw^Putwhee^^^^^  er.s part ot the ��o ^ .^on ofhis strategy.    The  ^ idef IrS-^ ^ dimmed by a tribute  glor^ ��f ^   H^o^onnd whose powerful; qual-  �� thC ma" ^'rS Materials (with which   Lord  iti��S   ^Idworkout his great designs.  Roberts could woik  [���ijlp!        F       I   j  !;.sk��������� r ��� *ii  JT"  t .  n%n^-wd.4ffus9a*l&:  ���J *J--  I  }     T   ^  ^ J THE"':..?  $t!  l&  :;o.n.OMdw  .y.-''::^  :appear^n^:;;in,^  ,.d!d;.;Goldwiii;::^  :a;,;rdo.Een'-'O;r:s0;B  .posts:: and;: tmeeft  ''~"%-wer^  ;arttsHe^  : the :nsualiy::dark;rf:.aud .sombr^^^^  Mmmvibmyim  '".'���������'.���.:" ������-: "������!.������ ' "'��� ���'���.���:.' '������'.������������*     .  .>'�������� ;.     ..    "r*���??���   ��� W'ltIOjJ  ���-p*;:^����r:w  ..araMed..,^.:;;,^  opitmtts beiield Hr^t irtw*t*W UIe  -f :V..:'^;V-^  bdav.'-stsif  '4ii: .ever v  . H,HHhi> ..wm ,,o, :��,,��� 'rhffgre^,W!ljSter*slvie �����������,:  just- ;?a;te����eicm8lr;M ��v#^ffcaft^^'H^*'  r.u/^Sjtw. ,iiv��i w��,. iHtbA<r,t wii^ i >;*/,.  ���v ��.V">: .    ��� \?>.r..'C,i;(i,Ww,.i>i}/fc-i.^  .feir!"'-'  ' ��� "'������' : ' ��� ���������'������'������ ��� ���"���������' "  "  I'Mtr-  !C.  0|:;:lict.T*^:'did^:,|^|7:  retiree^  iiilij^wSmHiiis  fin* W��tcN����-*  :sr*ciai^::;:;;,::::^  NELSON, 8.C,  |��;?hf:teiife:>e.  *$i%S&  ^.p^^:M^Mi^Am  : c-f a in fi cat e:o r ;ipi r ibvi m tuts.  ��� :4>Mtft<j'JU.''';'.'..'. ; ..���;.'���;��� '-..,i:v ;;----.vr.;;:.:.:"'-.;,.':-,  ���:---.;'::-W&.^  ���I��.l��e ���K<mtlt��nr-��:xt^^iK|i>f|,--.-��Hr- t|Mi'.:' ^MfO^if^"^ A  ���.���.���.M.tjiei^tC!^lm.;'--:--^  ,;n,; ii -^n.'/.'-ft-Kd:-: Willi *Oir -v. <*���;������'��������� :/|��^iJ��s^ti',--^r^--.t  ���������������MlnerV;-o-e'*rimc^t**;.- ,.N& iim&&;:--iln^m'' 1 ���  *txiy:d��y#��torn, ;Um*; ��|tffe ���-h��*r****v"'��.��"���: mm!v'��  p,,:tli��r ���.MttJ'iog--:E<s��;^f��r, :ftir; �������������� .iW*f rt mfc*' *>f ^  a.fjrdwii: G:msiit��ri^ i***&^...��.lAli.itv:-   \-���   ''  ���:.*''!'  ..."And, furih��*r:i��ic�� uptimihrni mmm,hhil'^i-  ��mi����ce of'#urh -'^rtlll'f^iw.'oft-��i'-jimvHwVttiV.'''- -  ������.iMKal ihl* nUnh driV of Mav;- A, ��*..'- t&to '������';: ' '  mmMn^  i^AHmM  ...........,NCH-ear-*t  stoves  Ranees  ������'*;���  WHEU VOU-..-BUY  #  ������,.,,,,.,;:;..,., ���.,.:���,,:;.;;,,;::.:;.;;���; ���..:-������  ���  J*. . -  .���-'������  " '..���- ....'.:������..���'.'.:  jdfek .'   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I, (,  ���_rTr-  % r'-i   .   \ BH  if  :HH-rW6L'S0'N -ECONOMIST  11  ,u n '.that lomfjjr^^ :View'^ ��� exhausted mother of housework and to brighten he  ^t, :ih,}dc ^>i  0  some worthy young man,  .\l!f*    UO   .*If*VTOT,Vv.fw-^ ..-   >*OiUv    w   i^t uic wue ui a��Uiiic woiiuy   yuuug,    man,  rhar 'see m��d.'/ T^;:^  nld  it -?' iFliaeyt^^ ' "'��� Nowadays allthat; is ^ . ��$  ��o do aith��.-0i|t*j^^ youthfuiness has,^  v:^r or^-^  ,iv^':'^rViitd:^i^  ���i>||C  ������ \*&W^'r"'*^V��WiW^^  ,Th#/^  mother, -/so' far from being deerepjt  ters are grown up; genera  reasoa for renewing her^own youfe  activity ������hai^  since girls have beehtaught^^:1ffiijr^.MW:;:W^^  '���; !' f i- .,.,  1 **  't>." 7MS .    srv��� flab W*/.' Jw^\'��..w^w * W'.' .���**���' ., "n* w   .��� . wr.*^* w i*#' ^ ��^f ,    -i . ' .;'������.....*��     ......������-..,.....-'. ;.;.���'.  -'i.-.'',.' t ���.,,. .    ..       .  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Gtirtain Poles from  Lace Curtains from  : ��� Art ;; Brags-U a  Px-ices.  40c up  40c tip  75c up  nd: Squares  at   All  Hi a  y$z*ti>  "'yM^.  ii  ���J  I  ^Vi^sSiy  3B  ' ',   .,. ..... .,.,.���' A...'.U;!,^.^ I  [y^yyyi'iip^\0  \yy0i'i0A  ������'���   I.' J.".     ,.���.';������'.*./���'.1f,'iJt.lV.j  :'.',,���'���'������"'((������.;���> ..'i....':i.,"..3.,V.ij  II*  PI  ������'.'���", :.'-'/:./  -":'.',1;- ,.,...���'..... ',..,.....;f;.,.:..;.:..���,-.>,);. .^' , '..i,,>i;'i?f^      .. ri  VV:-.;,;;,,:v<i;,,,,v:-,-.''>..f.,J1;.,;::^i,;.;^S;��^^1S|*  ���; ysy' '^y:iiyz'zyy.^.y$i:Miik^\  1  :ll  '  !  Pi,  BS^  i��i  !��:  ,;v :,:.',vv,,,.,V.":v.;:,-.; ��Ss  > w>%  J all I  W��^BCT^i^.^^��^g^^#^^ffft^  ifff  111��  If1  pfe  gSElfi  ���t~"-T;  ^fl-w,, ^-w. * ' "W" "'"  -   ..-ml-   +1 f  ���^1 ,1    i  4  "l  1    v  1:  *' i  J- tf  I  i  ~r*-=?.  ������!-"��� J-        ��� ��� i I "  ���"Si        " T>'  THE ::NH!.SOKrHCOHOMiS:r;  "/schools^  /.;:ih.dr^  .:'! do v��h: -^to:;- .-tehiM ish vedni|>atndhs- a n^sjxiirti' at id im tn $e.  ///outdo<^  \: ���/���/iiri^tt,//-S-:-yfeafe  ������::/pre|?are/.V^  //conditio^ ^  / ���������age tb^siwuMb^  hcfeT>rairv:a/tsd-^  ^���simply ^  ///baiiha^  "Ixiok/le^  /sept list *v^  ::,The/;^^  j'aflirthafiv^  /'eord:io.iied;^^^^  /and/i;^  /togiv^  ���filic^re**. M  .-(HW^wwdrtwiWtmw- ���- ^i>.^wW^��i^*f*Wi��<Jtt ;.#���' -^v/i-rtiv^^WiiO  ::':::; 'B'erer;:ii:/  ���; by-4h.e-Eey.;^ A rt to  //Adyent^dfe  ��� ^o/;;-.;.^ :/:,A:'.t|m4.TI%TO  "pfiilm  ywUaU'ilUm^  :'///;.:/Tli:^  ;;/ei|ti|%t1w  ��� yi^Aymm  :lMtrdtKi^  a' :;;:lunar;ie'Tit: "aZ/0.^  Othinf^iet^  ^ydiotegi^  Ait\in. ter vie^ :/:was/a  ~~11  :,,;?,,:,,.  ;:>::v//:.�����^  'T'V&��1&.^^  ;: Jvftl.M;?os:���-;>lltt'l'iig-: IHvt'^Mr :OC;��� W^��**4. Km^tt&S:.y-%.  ;-T}i%ifi&$�� - ������'���''.���" ,^:,;i": '��� ���''���'��� ��� '���'''    '��� '���������������������:'.--''' y''���"'������:��� ���:.;.'': y.'i-Ml&r'  ���:'���'' -���Wi){��w.'''''.1��rat*vw! b dtt''M��i>riiite^t^*��^i**^-- "'"  ������ ���'..'-Tatee'-n^rfettmi.L' Joint ;M?Ma*?M^���1F;.f.*JH,, .  '������U^ri^ft li \\Ute$ri< ��fwy:Mim^ (iifrtlflmM<  ������*���&& If t��?j^'6, iM^d* #1 siy���#*��)*�� ^��i��, ;0*#: tot* *  ���'li^r^HAf.'ijoitppiy ?�������� ih^,.M 00**$ Keo^tef: te,:& J  Cerif toi'to *��f I'iaiy^nWifjMl**?*?^'i^itm'pmw^y  .. M.: itbt&inhtig. n ���.Cr��>W"'u ��� c��pom7. oi" i-t*w;::.a%^..'^  ��� i^&ili;*-..''���:'���'.: '������/���' '/':' ,��� ��� .������'' :-\  ��� X.tjtf farther task*? jH$1^:i.'#&i' ��eU��rt* ttml^.'t^  : ���i'.i^'u>4.iiiiK-\j^ii-?istv wf^ti.tH^.1^'^''- ���"'. ^ j*  '   :":"' *... .���>'-.\Joir>". Mf't^Tjmj lit:,    .t W-  HE HALL STREET GR  �������^>*<��*^*'ii>*'��*^  ^mi********"  Faiuily Groceries/ :  .Every. Line l;re.sij.  r * * . ��� * l *  i�� fill'   ����� M      % *"- "j ii i' ^ ����� ��  c  Doftiinion iinc  Jrovmcia  Land --'Surveyor,  Op; Co istoni House, HefspnB,  ���t  l*b**;  ! .      "'������-...  ?.    ���  '    ' '���'-..  '���VICfORi*.%T^;-li��U0?  i  ��� i  I STARTLERS  i..$: i*titi%:W*' $}t.  CLUB HOTEL  ..Gerttfemen'.s/Fine Suii  .A specialty  l-fATfi5;. I�� per *j��y ������1. up,  i' ,.,   .  >ch<Htncr Beer. m# c��;itl��  H. J-" Curraii' Proprietor*  ^^y^^y^y^y^^^^^  ^���A"T^  ?'.  III !���        ��������!���  .    !  ���'. T";   - ���jr���jr"  M  *y i��g* /w-n^ ^w-**, -**ic��hi ^ **����� * ���*- r- ��� t  ���n ����������� m ilt>..  "TTI "��� I     " !���"  -7��������ir-uL" 'I' if'^'i'Pfn-  i    <  1  ic_it^*SJ-';-'  S     i  ; 'J ?sSl  NELSON ECONOMIST  13  ?*'���?        >'���*$   *  V  o.if Isnveacpt into genera! ttsc.    He even disdains    open enemy and not as a pretended friend.    It is  trine dc men!be. and simply Asks for cream _ jdwurd to tolerate a system of assassination in detail.  ��    * .- ��,. ����.��# ;���     i* ��^n^e^n,itf    if Conservatives permit this thinly disguised enemy to  knife them one by one, and to provide apparently  from within their ranks slanderous and mendacious  pabulum for the use of their opponents, they will contribute to their own discomfiture, which will be a distinct loss to the country.  Tor ;y Party** :E��lmiii,:Terribk.'':^ .-��� >V;>  .. /'^::/Tor'oe*��C 7:.;*:k  asiW����Jer*l4Hdi��^  A,M;irvrSf'"kfk^  //://M^  : ^ m ������, ���' h e' i s; ep ga.g^i;iit::'lht ; toM^': o^Jwarrtug..:: u s^h  :bfc.;^r!y-:':^  ,     ,,���,..      ��� 4 l f * a ��  ���p  MlUte  <> v ���> U ;  urrTW} tWttgft lie-TO^  ���'&??.������   ��� ......;'...,,,���. ''y.y yyy .������.���'��� ::'". '������:'.'���:.,:,  ;-;.' '���'., .'.���,.'..:..,.'- ,'.' .:,'.':   If.>i��'iirar.,l��:.   ���<">*�� IV  Kruger's Government on Wheels,  Hamilton Spectator.  Here's a sample order on the Pretoria and Coast  railway: "Engine 307  will haul the   government  from \V600pupfontein to Haardschrabbledorp, leav-  Kniger's cabinet is now composed of a minister  of the Bellrope, a minister of tbe brake^a minister of  the  Rzd Limp, a minister of Window Washing, and  6'    . K'  1.1-  'On in p$":siippl|#cl :l,ttii.::^li0;rte  ^H'ice'riodS:^  ,. Mail 'orife'^  '���Nottiinj^  O     '. ..."V,':��  ������..:.���. ���'���    ���������.   :.-���;.���  '       :  -.;��� ; **'..';.; 'P..- "$  kept iU'.sic>c.k^^  E C. 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',     ,   ���-  1        Hill.-"  "*i>il-  .���.M!. :'.  -��.i v.- -t  V."%"  t-.'.'r'l,  T.-^V*.     j|/>.,V,��   IV--.--      '-' ��,.r v *-3   -    ','-'.  ���:...T.  �����; V". ���>.���',.W .-"ir irf..-t-'irf':-    ��� ,"��� ������>-' ->t"-i l-- ���"--���-jj  IF    ? 14  THE ���'.���NELSON ���* ECONOMISE  a Pooh-bah:'wlip/isi  Peanuts./^  and.;fn''Or��len:.;.:/.,.:'  :vi.v:\/:^/S;'        /:.;;/:: Toronto :.Btar./:/"-^  /.; ���'/.Individuals; who '/put .v:: out: the, fia/g\ / bf/ihe, ...Xliuted  ^States Tn/^  /for/,/tt/:.'thah;'':,the:/,fact���ib/ai/,it.::can/'/ be/'-l^ug.ht cheap:-  We/should t^;:sor^  /':\y'as:. ;;iii ^-.Etetroit^:. bvu'-'v'-it 'sliould /. fl'pt ^-{l>ev,;v;put ''''-'tt !>/������ /' v:X'.h.^;  ;'pratti��::: shouM ^  .couri  v./iMia^  .;.:/ebureh^:l^  ..'tshhigTbe.^  ^./'concertd?^^^  >./ofteo :/'ser ve:1^  '���:. .t.0-;.tite' -gi��;��V^;/VV^oi*i::th'e>'/;����xj|cvt^^b^ar&v--:^;;;/-V-".."'' ���:-.^'-/" ��� ��� ���:���:"  \r/$hcy^  asimmen^'^  .b^intrudin^  someiim^/&hle;fe  ahd^/dfi^  therij.sel.ves., .fer yv&rd d ii t.b,'ihe ^i>ii bHte/ey^V' i'r& bfteify islbte  cover:;il}y:meh'/of./.iM  ���^;'-i^^,^.%,.-y��n;f',f^^y.v:',v[^-.-.')p:.--,^^'...  .BMMMkttbMMMMfc ~  ���fc.K  'V,.  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