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The Nelson Economist Jun 27, 1900

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Array Si*!*  itA  i>f  $  ��  F*  W   ****--.  ? ���'Wfe  j i  *?a��  r ivywj  if  ill  &&%$&  W*��*  1  / ^i4!  /!���;  ;  ��..*- I"*-*""1'' >,*'*"'  t        tj  *,l��y**!*r <.*��**��**  lW-"f�� i*"*" <rw"*  > i  t,fe^^^*��*'^^  l       t  !     (  ,   "���"'"'-���n.  *.  > *  _   �� . \  1��    -r  fi*f4����  1 nM.fSiW *���**>.  I1^  1  ��t ���  1,   '  tl  *   \  \  t\  11,>  . If  I ��'l  **  �����**���  it  i.  ��    Jl  IP;'::' -  'Id5 ��  "i1 iff 4i  PS' \ ,  wwr DQVE& Disposes Q&  SO MANY MAIL ORDERS  THE SOURCE OF  FOR THE CUSTOMERS IN THE KOOTENAYS  *>  a  nit  fj  j>  MMHM  -*-;-  ������� *  WC Afffi" STRONG 1N  \ " "������'>  *****��^*k��2sw^ ,* * , >*3  l<mil Hlltf !��� tf I KwM��W��Kfr  r   ^       *  1 F t I1" * *  >��� *     ��   A  Tfce Neural and HWatf iStelkr* far mt? Sptit*$ Cwitwaer*.lf  ftrfs. H��$m. Vfrftn Sens *mi Aft she Xt>ht��v thm^ in*  Jvuefc-rt The ����> i�� kite* tlii* ww *** item* , ��&H '  ii4vi��ucant*��mliljkhi��Mt*t.* ' '4> - ;'  WE ARE STRONG IN  mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmRmmmmlmmmm^  j  Oar ability, t*�� lurtitM* m alt ******** Jfrety Wureter  Style i�� liven* Hell&t<te Article tis&t ��*��*r ���mtoa*r* mil  tie ��$��ktt��i; for.  WE ARE STRONG IN  mm  V    ��  lt  ill  t  1/  i  i  Tbr irictid^hip **f  *>ts*   htmdrectt **t   <*��Mtaaift*   wM*  tiMmSr*! tluir ��friefi4*tti|�� aad ctm&kttfi* lijr *f��Hdhtft hv  u^ -*e4^ * s ivWi H��^m*m�� veur atter >r4i*  P  ��mm  MM  MAlt. ORDERS RSCetVe OUR PROMPT ATTENTION  ALL WATGM REPAIRING <SUAR*NT����&  AT.  JACOB DOVER'S  'JEWELER  to��L8GN> Bftm&H COLUMBiA  immwmim*i*  mtmrnmum  t  /  \*  0\  "'V " ���  "-t v/4  MP  ;?f  JSagfasm/i  sWJsf <!  mi,    a  >  44r  /f4;  a i  It .^lH**Vf"AH|wi��i'M Wk'^*'!*"  'ii.k  11 f  * i t  NELSON, ��. C, WEDNESDAY. JUNE 27. i9��>  NO. 50  i-.  i^U^1''..*'-!.  ���',,.���.i. it   t   ��  ,; v, -r   '.iw- /'%f^^^  * �� �� ?���    ...    .... '...  Mum m  '���& *.;*?# f*:'%\i!8\  ��   *  ���;' \ \ k*' k*m?;$; this J n^^   ||i^eBi'iiieiii,^i  ���������'������ ��� 'v*:4 ^Ji* t--i',*f%*;'^3%^;ivf i^i^T'v-:-Wiilt-'-;,th^ ������;';,rc* ���'���  "fljC;::diis!li5sai;of;;  .: he tmnmimM. m^mmm ^^^y  ��� - -s ���<*.* rk*��-';M;"^'it;'&Mtif IW W^.:iVv:.*w*J-:.������ >r.-;''. "?'?���,.:,       . .!  nuicriftl tar ^ueoi'the W*ckest',i��|f��?����   ..-,,,.,..���<;:r-  4 .UruWi Colttinbla^** ^��.k��S>P J^d i      ,   . tave  have 'bccrt' prolific of,cw��ft ��Hd !^'''    )ffic��� in   reside with: which be was��x��wM:;'^,n .';;   . ^.^  ���   .'���   "������'"   ,r.����.�� iwiiile reflects-.-uit  "'^  >l��.nv^ to the voice.ot.tne PW'P'v.-.'���  nx*V\\ on the Uurter C)<jveritnic��^; . ������;  .  >.VrUW^'^*fe  'N-nKK.or^iA'ry/dTO^  .in .EaHtem'mati tb-'.tbe office ^?-;^ ^ "javo'r.'b'ui.jt,  of Britwh Columbia.wouki;not.m^^^^ conditiom>:e*-.:  must bferenibmfe^UiS^ British Co-v  *tn,<�� I ibcra* )Kiri) >" "  ist at the present time. I ht i^' ,Jbi,itioe����t tol: a. local  luiubift is disintegrateti, and thea^H<rooisin from an--  Ui^rftl to the oftice would meat. at.t. ^ thought  ���thcr wing-of the jwrty, s��o it ^ ���_ ^^ ranks bv ap-  l��tt�� to avoid further aissenswns. b  either  pointing a man who has "�� *,-. ��� n,in the Liberal  ,-arty to the disputes that ^J)rv Joly will be wel-  nuiks.   Thisis pohttc*.   ��r  s  corned in British Columbia, as the highest type of ���  gentleman, and as a Governor who knows his duty.  1 he new Cabinet, while it may not suit everyone,  can justly l>e described as being the strongest which  has ever controlled the destinies of British Columbia.  It is strong in business, vigorous in debate, and thoroughly conversant with the wants of the people.   Mr.  IHmsrauir has successfully administered the affairs of  the most  important industry in the country;  Mr.  Turner is the ablest Finance Minister who has ever  had charge of that department in this Province;  Mr.  Kberss \$ a sound lawyer and probably has no peer in  in the Province as a debater; Mr. McBride is a fluent  speaker, and Mr, Wells is a successful .business man,  as is also Mr. Prentice.   It may happen thatachange  will take place in tbe Cabinet air m early date, but  there are enough good men on the   Government side  of the House to supply the vacancy without  prejudice to the interests of the Province    It remains with  the people who wanted a capable Government to encourage the new men to'bring about the desired condition of affairs*    We are convinced that with due encouragement it will be hut a  matter of a short time  until prosperity will once more shine upon  the just  :w\t\ unjust alike    In fact, a feeling of security is al-  ready in lh^ air.  In one day last week, the Nelson Tramway Company collected two thousand fares, and it was not a  ��rood day for travelling on the cars either. We would  like to hear of another tramway in a city the same  size as Nelson on thecontinent, or in the world for  that matter, that made as much money for its promoters in one day. This is one of the straws that indicate the returning wave of prosperity.  Mr. R. K Gosnkll has been appointed secretary  to Premier Dunsmuir. Mr. Gosuell, by reason of his  intimate knowledge of the resources of British Columbia and his literary inclinations, is well qualified to  fill any office within the gift of the Government, and  \m appointment as secretary to the Premier is a matter lor congratulation, not only to the gentleman himself, but also to Mr. Dunsmuir  Mk Jacob Dover is a Nelson business man who  has unlimited faith in the future of the city. Mr.  Dover has just returned from a visit to the Eastern  markets, where he purchased his autumn stock at  prices fiit below what he paid tor the same lines in  former years. Mr. Dover has the faculty, so wonder^  fully developed in some merchants, of successfully  guagiug the fluctuations of ****��- and is willing to go  .Sfe?SK;  ���#M  T7T  -ir  . ������ ��� -*����������� "V"^  1 HIM  ni;  1$%M  ��V*i^ai*^*'  Spiff ���  ISilll'  ��&'  THE NELSQN ECONQMIST  on record as pneciicthig thatvt he,';;a;p{>roa,cht?ig::;. season;  .will b^  ton^.ofNeh^h,: '���; iSM^-V-i'-'^  ��m* tuna .'��umn him* NT ��*��'*-  :r/Tk;Jt^  sultan' attracting' attention;'to.:';the ;f mineral^'wealth:: of  the territory itiiraediatelv tributary to Nel^ti.   It ht*s  ,   r:        iF     ���    .  ;    ' , .*���"���'���>.'"������_ ''���(*.,������,'���'._....������.  alsores^  :l>asca','.''tnitie.. '���"''"'��� ;:;"\ ;.'������ ^'^'��;CS''.;S..       ^..v:':';  resdty :.uot W^  :;r��yoidng:/;/^^^  .is'tluttactM  ttsrttto the' htH$��;;ril|t ind;*^^  .the IJast/;'Ttiriv.'the:  l.U:  ..,.j..;.rv.,^l������,��.��s   ����1IWW��W1HIWI.> M..MIH.WHU.  " ���'. iWoME^fcirm cotmcittoni  ;.for:Ii6ii'^  native iit.t  ^partuxeit^otifc  ;kre^sti^  HMI����Wa��V��^tHawr WWWWWWWWW  ���tnj? a;::ion:g*fett^vantfi!i;;thejpunial)i  iit.vtiie.'viiv  .WMWWife'jR- n .'*��� �� HWI i ������WW** �����  tmvellltig';,^  recf^tidh^  .'... ��������� ��� '>":.:���'.��� ������   ���������.- ;:-:w r:-���'������/:'" -, "������        .���������? ���.-,��������� ���"*" ���'���;<,..���":������,''���><������������������ .��� r . ������;".������ ������,      ��� v.-vv : ���������    .���",���   :' ,-. vv ������:���.;���'- ������>��� .���<:* ��� v  tbathe^is^rapidljrr  setemed:to:fe  the French^  '���betwefco^ ' ^No:cme���. vet :has:  been:,tible,: 'hovfevery:td;��� tell\iK��w, the'������.:Fr^?icWGatia*':  ,diah:$';ofYm  count^;ftro matter^^  may :be.;fcr susj:>ect!iig the' result,":.:',;  /iH^IW^WIi^i"* i ��"V^  ':?:Vfr]B'^  war,/,':.'"-:';'. ������.���':���:'���'���'''  ;.:t Naxonly-is' diamond cutting not a specially .highly'  paid xx^upatiou, but it is- one'involving, a :rhost tuirxii*  liating system"'of espionage to- the.,worker [ \Each^mm  ���has' to strictly accou n t;.for��� t he ���'���stones ;��� lie ��� receives ' on'  going to;work;in'the.morning, and the  count.' has to  be carefully taken   when   the   unfinished   work   is  handed in at night to lie locked-up;in  a safe  against  the return of the workiiien next day.    The  possibilities of theft are great, though a ���������dishonest workmen  knows that an attempt to dispose  of  an  unfinished  stone would bring suspicion on him wherever the at-.'  tempt was made.  It is almost inconceivable that a Government onlv  formed for a few days should have so .rapidly inspired  the people with confidence. Businessmen who were  moaning and groaning about the outlook a few weeks  ago, are speaking confidently as to the ''future, and  the'.feeling seems to be contagious. During the latter  end of last week a large volume' of business was  transacted in Nelson ; indeed, greater than any mid*  summer week in the history of the city. The merchants/ with the exception of one   or  two  who   had  thiclsmiew  prwtitcdoia^  a' place ^witk/ibe'bcSt- of the;':lhort  .. .     ;���  . '.      ��� .,        ;���'���   :''[-':\\     '.' ''- ' ���..>���  , '.   ;'��� ���.-.���.������������' ������ ���'   ;.     .... ,'���,   ' .; . ''���.������..���,���;. ���. ��� v,  the;pre��$^:-';^  *-e  ������.111'  ...... ...*;jU'-'t}lJj  .i$^ii;titled:':to;  '���������h^ktrntf. "fciwuw; *  t��f,y��Ki,,��j^iftWi^Jr��-tt',ifv^��^;f  '���;:;JC*$MS*H^^  .;the;;Aoiencai*i':t^  autuosi;i:'Md.'.hiis;|W  Of:  frr.^^Mvffi'f-iiWW.'-.:'  sboirt: al6rf^; of ^  That'./;geptltiliiinv;:.la.;;  tf.|t.;pfev^-hiiW  i^ftliSt,;.'  iHt^Mvif ������ t iftttjxws: ��� i ��� ,.i*3'-trI'^j^(o*i��^ssi#' 'mwi&tti!Vif#im,'- ���  iiig a> btkt. ;of;.t{'# eh !ef fekwiliy|^|l|  s*;:  ������jftVsa!Sii<��s��-#��: :.;!^v.w^��W3a���^;^M)KmHii���|s>iis^u#.r.,  T-;is;uftderiii��Jt;liiir;^^  ;**.  Ml  %H\fe��*hkhttll^  ��i4w9MSMK>w��w':  ; .;;ji|!t.��;,G:t;m.ErK, :;f  : to;''stiirt ^ a .r^rolo tlof i / in :';^  ���h!f';efefti lo,Mb(jb.,t&e-ev  ; wishiiig';;tc^':; gro w;t :i?o.u^  :dail.y,;,aitd'is,d0iug;.ii;'f-^  ..���.j��l..'fV/*'&��i!. .. \!<f\'t:.-Zi.-Mr^-.^r:r',}i'-- ..^'C'/'l"**^^--..  ;������;������ ^OK.Htlny; Mm, ���\*��^$ij$  pt^m: from *. Toroii to; to: 0weo 5. Sfem  sh<ick;'-ciiii>e 'whife th��j'iriot#!i^.';rtw  and-the' engioetr; l���S.t''';the^.e!ia.rg^:::M  spring-1! *?de^  and .filial the cab ... The .ligbtoitigu']mii^::ZSJoog'.11^  ratt.umkr..the-train "ftnd .svni-���.dMiiictly'-feir.':-^^^  pa^engem,; ��� !t wm an\.ex-c^edI?!g'C.{:r^.call?':'}  .^���Ma^'^i i\)*t.- ��� ^^JWMW^iJKWiHW  " Tit'H-'Nanaitno ilsmUi my&z ':'**The ���kideid^eopit  mix-up in the poliucai a (Tat mot. the !>rovii$���t;;p're^at  to-day a very different- picture from tteif-: tifion,; which  the interested spectator hm liet'u."' eoiii|wtfed ��� iq-ga^.  during   the.  ���last; four    month v.. ;ft.mt,;'?ybH^'-;^  'situation- Xo^af in not. Avitliout   it^'mtsiiJIiaucfS-aud  a   singularity, of . comhihatioriH ' thiit\ are iiot wholly;'  pleasing, ihc' view k nevertheless' a relief frouill^W^  couth picture of the past'  The enforced- retlraueui ot  ��he late occupant of the' gtd;>eriiatormt chair will strike  all an a fitting climax to the erratic career of the iu^h^  victual   m   rudely   relegated   to   private   life* ,��� The  tenacity with winch Mr. Mclnues clung" to   his oflice  even after the makeshift attempt to retain his- -powfr  by idling in an advisor Iwfore the people's represents-  m  K-l  s-.i  hi  ;;-  i  H  '      J  9- *  H  l!  '- i  b     1  I-     *i  J1  M  1. i  \* W i-ll HI" ������������     ���ru-*'!.     ".' 'r\   I'  "TLTL'-tr^im" 1 jm��i"iiiu ��� iaip��-  * i. \*  i"-rrr  "TVW "*\T  i||^...|M1ii||.|i.ii,i  ; ^^^^^^^v^^^'^^'^' ��� f.'"T"'l"7 ������'���  ^ ' 1      (���  ,       c    L 'i -,,:,-,������ ��|.  m  THE NELSON ECONOMIST  ^v^cmddlf^  .5tu> couftd^n^ $*��� jpsdlerin'g;;; atid  the eyes of the people down there to the   great   and  growing importance of the Kootenay metropolis.   He  ��!crv -v^Vinnmarl   i/4/OaC   nritll   fVlP nnlitiriflflCl flt the CoaSt.  ���..'I/.. A*  .;;..i:.;;.y:;  *   \  t   1 i  4 01 a piece wun tne paltering  ana growing importance 01 ine l^ooieiiay mcuupyua.   x^  fncc which have made him an ogre also exchanged ideas with the politicians at the Coast,  r jH��liiic?��ofBri!WiCo!ttiiiW4.   Wc could believe with  the   result   that the latter know a little more  �� \t    ***   ***    ** %��w.t-��.*_.��  .*y^-** u���k ��^. nUiii iic< rt��,/i ��Miioif ����<�� n/��f��ri im v��prp than  thev ever  su lament 01 Mr,  n-,kivluiow);tliat-hiS;l  4 ���Mclnncs. were he to    .��� ~~ ~  h heartily   sick   of the   did before.  iJ^CU  1UCZ43   WllU  tut. puuuwauj un  ��.**v. ^v���w-,  wun  rne   result   that the latter know a little more  about us and what we need up here than  they ever  r-as  ���Ji  ��     ���  Onk of the many marks of beauty that will catch  ,.      . ... ,  \T.I -.�����.�������   nfAdtr    1C   fllP    \7flSt  ���m.*^.***. -..-**-.����� ��� Onf of the manv marks of beauty that will eaten  \, vT ����.-k   N'dvitl will cfcWrtc the anniversary tne cye 0f the visitor to'���Nelson next week is the vast  .���,riclrr��t��oi��. ��m event in   which   al   loyal Cana- number of new   awnings which adorn our business  -,   .>4riiftfMic   witb'"a   hcsriv  K����od-wHl.     The houses.   These awnings have all come from theilac-  -, '.r. anted are of a character that will certainly 'wry of Mr. Theodore Madson, the largest estaoiisn-  �����������������'::*���".  nutnrxMT 01   new   awum^ %>!*��.�� **   houses.   These awnings have all come from the ftc-  111 ��um...,    U)ry of Mr. Theodore Madson, the largest establish-  :::,t, ,��,��,**, uWW.��?f of vWiors  from  neighboring    men t of the kind in the Kootenay.  .������,.-,. ami iMcmutm wish our citi/xns lo freely ex-  5   U* ..-4*ii**H*t* tr* J*��*�����*���**��� <��* tfn tut r*f  thitl  TllitV !>C   Within  1:: j^tSc-* during t  ���v s.,u^;irraoi^I';;#fe'^  tft!  Tin- representatives of the C.P.R. report a heavy  month's business in travel and freight in the Koote-  .    i-   ..: C fV.p nrnQneritV that  ��� ���. 5 i  f  ^r::;ftW^^^  ���   * ���*   " jf% "^   "  ''" '���"':/'        ���"'���-.������'f,J' ,'''    ���������" -  '���"^'^f    ��� ���  "��� '"���-"'    ^*".'     ��� '���...:.,.:���. .,.=.'=      ���'���  ''���- '���  nN:��''!imi-ti::;iiii.y::v  ^���a'ii ^i::;'.iiiiti1  ^.fcrjiciip-feiiiil;;  ���'^fo|itt?^'.il^t  '���^iil^l^t^iftt  t;!n)%l-;.|ifefii|  5.ir^ic "!wiii||. ,ju-��,.,..._..^^,,_..^7,T;....:;,.,.,... ....,.....,.j;,i......,,.,....;:,..,.......  ���?M  :-:.-'.wAr>iwi!.?  rl��iw-l^^^  :.'ri��:::-:��� ������:-y;-.-v/.v-:>::1'-^-;^-'':':.';'������"���"���:���������.:���;���^���"���'���.:..v '.:.���.!-'��� ;..���,;������'���' v;:;:/:"...;v,.;ii:'A  aaiiffiit*  IT seems as if we will have to wait a few years before that magnificent network of rau^vays so ����_  . ,     t u \iart*n becomes an dauw  ������:���:���. ... ������:; :!>:::,:::'!,���. ,.;.������ .���.���-.���. ..;.;-:'-....'.v^'        .:;������ , '. ���:��� '���������:   '.. *������.������?������- "��, '���,* ...       .��**..'  i  the  ��bolc to o��ke    ^ ;aa   nl(fd by j0Seph Martin, becomes an accom-  ��, ami target lor (he    ����> j^1  ��.��� ,r, ��id  to find    Plished fact  ���'\m  >m  %'M  mm  MM  m  Wk do not know where the responsibility lies of at-  ^L v the manager of the dancing ���hon  tempting to tax the mana.e  'I'illlSSi  iMiiK  Siii  r,,,. .,,,���! c��m|,��i����lmr��ul��,4 in  the develop- ����P"��^ * ^^t that it is a very ��.  .,..����� .n B ��c* ��hu4 .rfoi��ocy.��nd ��* mate tins at UU   .    ^   The Tramway   Company have  ^cmrnt,o��ll  *crinu��c*��.    Of lb* Armors ot ,*tco��      - dable spirit  of enterprise m  :-,s ,vr. ��f |Mil.ik ^ki��*. !��������* ^ ��.����. Prom- ^ua mo^ .^ the probabillties are to^  : ..,,. .I M,.'��W.**c K  !������������. the Vkturh barker        ^^much money for the people mteKfled  v.,   !WlbMr��*-���� ��c*K����  fcvr  mnueh. u��n^^o ^-ouldalso be a sourc, o   - 1  .,.. he lus ��*.MW��rf ,  cr��iit  with  the pubuc ^^^liy to. spend an hour or so   ou     here  <���,,; �� towm conviucmg ,,��kc    h is 3 Ptosnre to ^ was conduCted respectably^t��ou  .-   . r,.. t,ii-��>YoxoMisThas al- ana as ����� 6 -iVrhnica lv it may be suoje��0iu  "��������( ���� *s'^ ^^w*-ior ! HK l; r,s  fir  Mr not harm anyone,    lecbmcai _  -.nscmcitaiiwi a ��r����g  l��^��n'J  ��*����  ,0'   *![; tis but we incline to the belief that onlj  ��-..��<�����. �����!���> is amotiK ������ htiKhU->i and n��osl.��r��a. -^ ^^^ endorse fo]  ..' i he   native  ��oit�� of  B.ilWi  Columbia     I here   J ^ would praR  tiusaiflc^bctwec,, -Mr. ^�� r����*y ��!,i ^ fwbat might be  a  great pi^easure ^m.J 7  ^  ..; some other speakew wc could mcnii��n-Mr. I o��tii ^ ^)p    g.^^. never bulit a great ^y,^^^^ ^  ���;'.*,V* ������ ������ ./j't;-1; ���'; ^iVitf'-"^"^  ����i  ;Sa3  us ?w*ra<z:ouier speaKcr*. mww-���-.;-:: ���, . . , -. ��� ._-  talk. \m^WiMmW-%m;:'{�� l^:.m^����^  while the pc��l��Sk:iheir.uie��out oi'seab..  ux, but we incline to -���"; J the imposition  -r ^^-iX-at to prohibition  .  tend.  mm  '.lrtVi)eiit.''>'.y*Vlt''.''Wi'-W^i�� -A-*"1!*-*.* - j*cv-*��w  ��>.- the inanv up to-date business houses ... V ,  ��o, ���I1C is ��.�� d��*rvi��K of mention than lb. ^  inKcMaWwU.mcnt;6fJ,c;ilker.&Co.    Hm  business  has ��.Kiergone a complete w��g  ��� . :"���:.���-.   :.���..,,. tA,t onnnUtteu   >lO$ts  f "London to Udysmkh"  has been  A KKV!KW ot    London ^ wek  crowded out ot tha. ����e.        ^   ^ Spencer  phe   work was wruicu , ^  ^ ^^ Company,  K      ���        the-work- was wnwu- ��, ,;-n r.   k Company  ormation.-.- Mie   ;      .,���hH���hed by the Copp UarK ^   f   j  uusmess ..na�� HHUV..RW..- ,-  -     ��� .    _    . 0 es    Churchill, publisntu  .,      .        . Canada DrUg  this vear, am! b now Quc of the best appo^    oa Toro       and lb for sale  y  W; Britbh-,,C<^b>: . Kn  . j  ���MtVi   the cases   ot  Th* Paris courts are occupied with t  ������-  - x ,���     -,vho have exceeded the ieg��" >  , c.arfrtl  out   on   a        tonlobile drivers wnoua       ^      . in  Hi-i'.��uf *riiomit<*  R. Mc i ncs   startta  oih llUtouau o0lice   have been very  Ih,H>Kiv  Ihoma>.  K. ^      doctor so, although his    ()f speed.     1'- .PO"V     ,.nance   and the result is  political   career   he   was ^ doc or    .^ ,fel| ^ conStrUction of the orduiance^ miuent  .Kxupation',-s a ^Hticia,is gone, h. t ^^ & pas^^ouT^^  K��f>t �����' hU-^ilk find souths, u..,,r hu led to the ponce ^ ?^uA rtorht  in   Hrittsbvcoiumuta.���. ^ ^^-        ^    unestrictlv  mturcof;ibbdt^>c^  up to;thetitn^V ;" ':...;"....  iMeif construction of the^o a-^ ;- ^ ^  ^bat bar^ 1 td to Sep^ce court. Eachofiender  person being haled^^prisonment, with the nght  sentenced to one day s imPnbU s ape Gn ap-  ,       .mriied-'from an ex-   ,s bentC,    Ttis sometimes possible to escape  \iv.   i,s,\vk"KiftchkR has returncu irw appeal.   " is som  Mk, I'RANK iu.n.��>.��    ..,-.���uw/.hpr vventto the    lu ***'..     !.������������ fine.   ��  ��� ,,.  xick on his pills and sqiuhs-  ,.,,rf      --.'rt^***^  ,M8. KKANK  1'I.!.^��� .-. ���t t0  the      iu "Fry.       . fine.  tended visit to Vancouver.   ^.^]ly he opened    peal with a heavy  Terminal '.City on business. ..but. ncidtm .      .   ... .  "Y':;s^S'a  ���������������''      ���-������'':   ��� ; ;.���h,.r��,������iw^��8^^  ^14 i*��^w^*S5Jf?!g^v^ _ _,- ���-.������.'       ...'.        .  , -j,  ^rrr^?irT?-rr7?r55^^  ��� WT* -���~ "  j,    ���!,������ ii(��^���w-r��  ryjfW1'l|**1'i''1 ^^**^ X.'  -.     |r  I  M  I * *4- V* 5.  tit ������*���?�����;  i '    *     **.  * j  iv ;  liar  . ��� *      .    J  M  11.  ,1  I     E  i.'  .1/  '-1  t  ���   ��    *  ���fto-USiM v fir?  . 33V  fff^lfM'  (v  ;THE:^N.B.f,S  ;Rr,R^:'B.'''MA',RSH; w  '. a .Idiil^nd"'varied.^  "has;'^routed  ; :hgv th&" pre^ is looking -'if?;:  t6r;the;:advan  ���years/he/^^  ���ai)d-/meriagene;a.ru  ,Baile>v eyeit;;aM;r.;th:e;::!^  .Mrou^  :;nt%-^w^u^  Ehincis/T.Q: Bath urn,  'morjelik^  :virb'tim&b& ��� /: ���'';;y?./;-     ;:.;";r.;?���';-";,/ ^}^'ySi.  ^eany-en  '.Thev1&3^  Wtto;: glory  '��*'"''  ..... P��..........  itto::tbeir.v::.city  ;10g'\W  ������prey'i:'|b.aye  t^!d;;:'I.....  .." Y-t'     ���.:���'''      .������-.' '  'personally  LreasoOing  'at;:Srjokatie.!  ''day^by;" .  't^^M:;are;;^orki'ug  :;aiidl.b#  My;teceiU:temaT'ks;;;d  ,'';v��di6?f^ ;w<>miii ditft'  of their 'JoHoerioe >-as^';legitimate  severely;: eritids^ ;��anf-  not-meddle with tSings ������'���' ;;whicb;' M;: not.  interest.: mt4 which ���'���mode -pi.  me'fvery much of a :'con viclservmg^  a .tem\;fof ;to ,a��ked-.. by'-a vi$Mng  cbaplaiii';What mau; he: badV  ;with;:,whicb^ the public -bad.."DO;^concern' "*' '���; }lt'.-;:i5- ��� tte;  btisiness'Of the uews|��aper .',t^  aiid,;yicelj ahd; the, write  lectSv his ::'doty, iis/'mbst^  taleuts.; I am accused also of being" too severe on the  ���man while. I'permitthe. woman to'*- go."' free. " Surety,'  the unfortunate woman suffers enough from the shame  she-must.���everendurervW.ith.o.ut..addihg-tp -her' cup of  misery. Generally,;however, I ^m pleased to. note.  that the majority of my readers commend mc in my  desire to rid this fair city of a being more dangerous,  than, a leper. : ,.'  I do not deny that women are often to blame for  the misfortunes that overtake.them.' It is painfully  evident that young women of the present day are not  nearly so circumspect in their 'behavior as they should  i>e. Often, perhaps unconsciously, young women attract the attention "of men in various ways. Have the  readers of this paper ever observed that the moment a  ��� voting'girl takes her seat in a street car she logins 'a'.  survey of her fellow-passengers ? True, she only  gives a quick, sweeping glance up one side and down  the other, but the monster is on the alert. He catches  that single glance, and is often vain  enough   to   im-  agiuetbat;;it^:'was;,m  t.begirl.;!i|s"a'':{mir"6  " conscious :g!iifi^::biis", been: fata! ;,",';Ste - ���  ;'andifshe;;:pen^  nding;::.;of;:";;wtiatv"wi^;"itttetM  :!0tvma^:;"'  ���'"-���;. "Allot heryoitfs'^gi^  . t h r ost' on t a; foot-daiti lily :MM. V: 11," acti": II  the" mate':; ^  ���;si��i(^c':;-4t;the "^  ^tb'riiit'.OMt'fpiir  .:she:b#-a':TtgbtJito  ;a3t|kmiWfc  ::tom:.': '������.ot^fi^od  Mmtat '.thetiev if;"w.lth::ii!^wti:.;;el  'eyeotf";it:'"'.p.;:rudtii^    be;" p^s- 'li";^  :jm. ;S;,feart*^  ;;:W.betbef ;;"lt: ili'rks .wittiiiftht;f lately  the";.;";,'yirie*cliid,'," c^ti^|.t^;:,ofpth%  ���^biH-.;^f)tfe-:b^^  ,.,,;;The:Cii0.iida  :ate ;fdf' ihe'-'-eelet  '���.���.!tJJ^Ji%i:..-.m-iiu^  :"Oorrjiiii  ;^i^>tkM&-\&&&Wit^Vfc&^^ '   '���'.-���" 0;-  ���;' ;;The'..Eoc'ky. M'6��i.tiiWi'n'::;';-.8'OT  ;wftbHvtbe.neji<;'lfe#';^  ��:;'titt  - iE'%^i,'^V  ^V+i:. ..��� i'-'.i-r.^ij't)'1   "   ":i''*J*V.-�� i^W.^'fiifMiiiy *^?*AKWKismf.  : ���'��� The'Fo0rmii.fl\m tid^--:ifV-&&cb^  ������..���'��� , .'���.'...-''"���-���    ^L"-'      .''-'- ���..'���'.'.'::    (���'..-������    ������...- ,.���,;������������.���.!   ...,;/..-���,���..���.���:���'"���.'.- .  output :.df.f'2.^,500 is;:fif  ���v:.>:��!.iWt"':.''Ji;      it-������������'xV''>xi.--::'iswi'tf,"  "^.r��i.v,-jiV.Vij.'f:wM���� ���;^y^'-s. ���  ;:.Al!.;d^edsand'le*i^ tet#^ii;tlie.Sty;J;md^^  ad'iatt Pacific Railway 'C^mpioyitim.|^ii";;slii'iecf,:at^  deliveretl, -and work,.- on ...the ' myf biMldio^:^te;v;-;^y  l>egiu' ueMt wtek- ;���; ���. . 'i;:":;: ::\^^:^-&.:  .^.^^i'lA^ _'�����**'ivni��iwtfSiBHr.^MiuiMiilMfilHi  : The nonunatiotii "for; :tbe livc-clcci'iorii^'/'wiit take  place oh July"5th,'luid, the .election's 'a^fbllaws':. South  Katuiimo'attd l)ewdoev,: Julv- "'totti.' "East: Kootenay  ���Julytith 'atul LilhxMft. July ���nth,"  MWNMMMnHIMv   .---(';..'.-'....uU,V^'':c   nMrnrM^O'^.*lr'XN4A<-<tt��a^4tK  The Clir'a Mather coin pauy will lK?giri,,a,wctk's:eti/  gement in the? Neboo t;)|)era M'oosc;ncKt"\Motida;y.  night '���   The company is not' a'., largeone, but. it" is...Wo  to be ahead  of the /average'orgai^^^  Nelson. ,'      '.'���.-'' ��� V;. '���'  ���-lOc-tr    ' ..'rfn^.(TI��;i r��/i'''��* ���/!   ,V,'.'��"'''MW,i>l��,'iii';��'   >W *"-.&'���  "��� On WedrjcMiiy evenihgiasitv at the .Glturchof/Marv  immaculate, Mr. IIcrtert'GocKicvc, of>the,;.Liwrcticc  Hardware G'orapitny; was uuitfed in ..mafriagctp/MiHS  Mary Russell, by |<c v,I;iUher FerlasKS/";Mr.;.and Mrs.'  Goodeve, the past.week, have'.iKjetv receiving''the con*  gratuhitious of their imany...friends,./lb1: ..which;.iuu  Economist heartily nintie��.-  ���..'  c: ^  ���if  l1* !  ha       tJj  r."J  f,-i  II  t" J  M  r   ��  L     ,'  II  !���!  r \  i f  ( 'J  i i  v    >  . i  *  :   *  ,    i  .     ;  ;  *  i i  i  >  "fJ" T"  -rrf^TPP-T^"  ynr-  t ������'��� ���������,���i." ."���", :'%''■'■.':
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The capital has been full of politicians since the
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come in very convenient under niany cuv^^^^^^^^^^^,^^^^    &
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tW° V^^Tmuit have.been workinglo^tiinSrX
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,,,SV,H^^te nv metropolis,! send you copies of
tat in the kootenay me rop ^^ ...
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mi thc-r ciiuobHiig one ol the proudest names.
ish Columbia., ; Mr/Mi!ls well upholds the reputauo"
-f his rumors, arid 'takes as his models the noblest
men- in British history, preserviue !lt  tliC.^uie v"C
i« his raaivuers, gestures, wait ami cut oi^.^J^
cisthc.ljest traditions of the aristocracy. \   0( "..   ' ...    kootenay ui«.-k«——... ■■.,.■•     -       , „rnm
•nistakc  thnt appeal to  have taken   deep root . latin J»«;      f ^^ letters and telegrams, and prom
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uught  !« said   that   Hon    Uavul    « ^ ^"^^ ise you more if you have   nerve   enoug        P^.
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first time in several years.
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Baltimore of Sooke and Keeper oi  the Kc>;       ,   j
sons Bridge does not  daim J^hip ^ ^
1'erry, the great  »fthcmaUC^\"-Wiethe variety
Sisters, who have done so much to tltvat ^
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In  ill our numerous talks together, he never referred to  his fortunes, although he would hint somewhat  obscurely that he came of a wealthy family I  could believe that Lester (Max Lester, was his name)  had had a good early education, for all ^bout him  smacked of refinement and good-breeding. Many an  evening we passed tcgeiher smoking and, to a limited  extent, drinking, for, sooth to say, we had neither of  us much to spend on drink. I got to like Lester  strangely well. There was a fascination about the  titan that was almost inexplicable, and yet there was  j mystery t>3 fie n*v<ir see ne.l t> w>rk and he  kept uncommonly late hours. Dissipation, I put it  >\ nv;i t ��, alth U2u be nuvei ^n >*ve 1 th-i effects of dis-  si potion But whatever criticisms of his conduct I  might hav;? to t>estow'were swept away by this���that  I succumbed to an attack of typhoid fever and for  :our weeks was confined to my bed. During this time  Lester nursed me like -wdl a sister could not have  Veu more lender or helpful When I tried to thank  him. he laughed it off, but with a little catch in  his voice when he said, "I thought for a while you  were going to pass in your cheques, old man."  i'Yorn that on we were almost inseparable. My  vork of reviewing books, precarious at best, had  ��*��une to an end, mn\ I had nothing to do morning,  ���toon or night.  A couple of months after this, an old acquaintance  ;'   mine,   who, 1   nwv saw had  hardly  been    near  me in uiv illness, came to ask me as a personal  favor  to  take possession of his rooms while he went  away  i*>r a  short holiday.    1 scribbled :i  note  for   Lester  which   I   left on his uble.    I told him where   I  was  a��nng  and asked him to be sure to call that evening.  This note he never got, I may say now, as it explains  ^omet.biug pi".what happened afterwards.  .'  .My   friend's-quarters were;com!briablev.not.tosiy.  hixiiriousVandaftera meal in a neighboring restaurant  1   hastened   back  to  his  well-lighted    library,  exacting    every moment that   Lester would   call.  Hours passed,   however and no  Lester, and about  twelve o'clock' I turned in to bed    At two e/clock   [  awoke   with a  violent start    How xyas it  that - i  ���felt sure that there was some one;|n the room\ - 1 do  not know how to explain the feeling, but assuredly I  had   it and we have probably all felt it at some tune;  some instinct, 1 suppose.    But  apart  irom the in  stinct, a moment later I saw with my own eyes a  figure groping about the room. That I was fright-,  ened, I will not deny. An objection to burglars had  always been very strongly implanted in my breast,  and I have often thought that were I a judge and a  burglar came before me for sentence, he would receive  more justice than mercy.  There was an electric light near ray bed. I had  enough sense to stretch out my hand and turn it on.  The much-startled burglar instantly turned around  and faced me. The small piece of crape over his face r  had dropped down. Even with it on I should have  known him. It was Lester���the man who had  sed me in sickness, the man I thought my most  trusty friend and whom I would have trusted with  my very life !  How long  we faced each other, I do not  know. ^  I  was  the first to speak, but what I said must  have  been unintelligible, but Lester came a step nearer  to  me and  looked  at me  with  a  white, drawn  face.  Then he spoke.  "Why don't you send for the police ?" he said.  I suppose this aroused me to a sense of my position, for the next question I asked was a very, practical one indeed and curiously enough, I had, not the  shadow of a doubt that the answer, whatever it  might be, would be truthful . ^      '  Isoid. "Did you take anything?" And when  he said "no" I knew I could believe him, ,  but with that relief, came an almost overwhelming  sense of shame, disgust and humiliation. Lester,  the man whom I would have trusted with my life, a  man whom I thought die soul of honor, Lester was  a criminal. I suppose my thoughts showed in my  f ��ce, for he spoke as though answering them.   ���  * Yes," he said "i" am a criminal, although I have  never been found out My parents kicked me out when  I was a mere boy for some childish fault. .1 couldn't  starve, and I had.no profession or occupation. I  tried this once to see if I had the pluck as much as  for anything else. I have kept it ur/just enough to  make a living, a bare liviug, as you know I don't  regret it, but I am sorry you found it out, for you  trusted me. 1 know.".  'i did indeed," I muttered..  "T need hardly say that I didn't know you were  here," he went on to say.  I was going to speak to him again, perhaps to tell  him that 1 should be the last to judge him harshly,  but with a quick movement he turned out the light,  and-wlun I turned it on again he was gone, and I have  never seen him since, and never shall, I suppose.  \\?.un�� i,oc become of him. I do not know. Gone to  the bad, I suppose, for there is no halfrway house in  crime, but I honestly confess it. I have never since  met Vchap so congenial and probably never shall.  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The   little   one  had   returned   and,   placing the peich back in Us place, departed once more,  remarking:    "Sold again, old devil !* "  A whist player who imagined himself an authority  ������' the game.'after boring his friends with oral comments, suggestions and advice upon the methods of  ptnv at last wrote a hook and published  One copv was sent to a famous player for his opinion  iboultt I" about a week the hook was returned to  him with the following,letter : "Mv Dear Sir-Your  favor of the���inst, accompanied by your book was  dtilv received. I have read it very carefully. It seems  to be avery gpodgame, hut I don't think it is as good  was noted for his cleverness in getting ..himrelf and  his friends out of difficulties.   It happened one day  that a cousin of his had incurred the czar's dispieasure  and was about to be executed.   The jester therefore  presented himself before his imoerial master to beg  for a reprieve.   On seeing him approach, the czar,  divining his errand, cried: < It is no good to come here ;  "I   swear   that  I will not grant   what   you    are  going to ask." Immediately the-jester went down on  his knees, saying: "I beseech your imperial highness  to put that scamp of a cousin of mine to death." The  czar, thus caught in his own trap, could only laugh  and pardon the condemned man.  MMrrM*M***f   .  '���Veigfiite^^rlai^waroilce.very neatly caught in 'a  ���iiy:::^^riM^^f^fti^?M^^^ court"    The Jester  At    Scotch  weddings  some  years   ago  it used  to be the custom to batter the hat of the bridegroom  as he was leaving the house in which the ceremony  took   place.    On one of these occasions a newly married couple, relatives of the bridegroom, determined  to carry out the observances of this custom to the letter.     The bridegroom heard them discussing their  plans,  and dispatched a messenger to the carnage,  which stood waiting, with his hat some time previous  to his departure.   Then, donning the hat of the male  relative who. had plotted against him. he prepared to  go out to the carriage.    No sooner had he got to the  door than his hat was furiously assaulted and almost  destroyed.     He walked out of the. house amid the  laughter-of the bystanders and entered the vehicle.  .. ��� ���; i v r.W *�� '��� ivit *��', '�����;  ..���;.f��;,"-*Wr-->"  I  RVINE  36 Baker Street  Annual Spring Sale  House FumMAtt^^ Linoleums,  Window Shades, Lace Curtains,  Portieres, Poles House cleaning and  Now is the ^�� J~ Bgi sWe will offer special  replenishing new ioi 01a. 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'   y ,. .- .i  ��� <��� -  12  'THE"NEtSON;ECON^O  Then, taking    *��*.  .._  threw it into the hinds of its proper owner* exclaim*  ing : /'Hey, Mr Doitgait, there's your hat!'* and  donned his own, amid the cheers of all present. Mr.  Uougall was the uubappiestd<x>king man in Scotland  for some time after that;  The hue Lord Mansfield told the following ancc*  dote about himself from the bench ; He had turned  off his coachman for certain acts of peculation, not  uncommon in thk el as* of oers.:>us Tae felloA* b^tf*  ^e<;l his lordship to give him a character.  **\Vhat kind of a character can I givcyqu ?*"  s*  "hhHordship  h it from his   head, he'   through his lobby to step into his coach for West-  -  ^i*im.     mtttster   Hall, a man, in a very handsome   livery.  ���minMer' Mall,[ a:;;mat(,;iu;;;a;;^ylJi  made :a:verr low;:;tow,;;';;,; f6' his ^surprise  -iiis'Tate-^oaeliman,.;..vv -^g;';/''" S-U'^:-^;-^^':ff:V:;"':;-^-  :t-lds:Avith;!lie::^  :--'-'-#01i^^  ���;|gmki..chiiraeter/;^  ���^r-'li^i'SiU-^^  ���S^i;Vdtt.^l0r4*!up;^  :;;^lsd-;a^sot  :''-iii^'Ti^n  adds,-'UhHt''::he,'tH^��  ���-.���'��� ���     ���.���.'-.������'j,-' ��� ...������'��� '���..-*'".��..'.'''   ii. * *"-.v . .''���'���VV ������'��� *?...'...'��-: ..... t':'>'.     ���'���  ^h^iord anvcharacter:;vo��^o^  Un, nn �������".     .-.... ;.,. .    .... .,,: :.,,......._..,;:���: ,,.:..::-;.::..:'.���..���. .1.,,y.;i>H*t,��rv*..vttn-'to^.^^^^^ ���': :���....  rive'me I will most thankfully receive/'  His lordship aaordihglyBt down;aHd;.wrote;.;iiS;.:  iu*��:* ���*tjri:'fi,i ii:.-<i^^MH':^'-:#^v; mfc^^^.  "' Iir,v\umr#wvj^^+'*M��*;~  i^ws.';;  :,:-. ,/;;*,'The;/,;lfear^rV lti$s:;;.serv��jd':- .;ine;' ������ 4.h're^:  .y:y��ar$.;^  ���driver;- "and ��� 'f:a--';ver v ;B0ber->. tit^iv.-.- "���>.' f disch;trg edit \va: M*  :tBortd:hg;S; ;i.lter \^  ;;"';^;b^  ptirsS^^^^  ::whc>::-:'wa.^  :%ak - -The: ^it����art��'^rom$^J>^tt^^hW^^^���  : cti ' isriM i*g�� a��*ii#is:;u>:ltiid;��t::w:fe^^  ::;^(jc:h he'ratae'.& *!i����� 'U#'W^k^P^^^^^H  *.*s** vM^'ii*.*".-**" '���'���y-'' y  H,  1011 lot it!ri������;:;';r��iinr'iiii/rn������"'��� \^m^:^^Mm^mKmmi--im\^  i!  iTO^^&r^^^  1S0H  /u.'.--'- m' !W ���V��'),*,'f ^Hl^.i-.'-. i- ���  ^.^vlrts'w^W/^WV'^.W^'.-^^  :CEfnr*r5C^Tt;vori^  -j%^'%:4%''%c%'-  ���:..**i; ili.^-;.City-;.wf ��� KriiwifSV^' wi*st��n��.-'. '��.* ."iis{.?��iu.- ^r  .:'l.i��*re^f,t<��54j>jji.y'.U> lb^-' 'Mlt^;t*i::;ii^t0tflrrit*r' s ;'#'���  >cla!.m..v '-:': ���������;'.'' ��� ��'������]���#  l<j��fcl  ;MHies;:^  -j^Vtis ���'���:>Jcl^vrr �������.*&  H. STEVENS  sc.ir".-Sti^��t��;  J  . ���,. ,0^-ff-,.,  ^^li#ift:0v;:;C;*,  3;.;. oroS1* 1 ���  Gentlemen's fine. SuiU  ���.'.ctftTiFicATt or improvi:ment.'s;. ������  ^1; th"N,No��   MinUi*c   I'SvMur, ���<if. W ��-t :.  5t,,/ u�� "i^-iiV for   i:Mwur<i' <"- Arthur-   H��;.?  \iV��n>" 1iV^Vrfl��-r?or CVrtinmi*^ "f lMij>r*'V^  ��'A f-un .cr.���.h- .-...iic n.*t tK-t��o��,yy  ^inn   ;w      t��iU*'�� '   ��H^     i'OliMflClliTii J��'��"f��    U.M,  M��: ;orS��cM-,rU<!>fr of i.^rov.-m-u,..  dominion anc  Provincial  Land Surveyor,  Od.'���u istomHouse, Nelson  ��        ^.. |SJj.;iSf,i;:.., A. ������   .  :\fa'fte<ev#*t &n&" Wt!**1*:  I  VICTP'RIA-STm-NSISON  ,����' *������*/���%  .u  I ,!*��..-:#  w 1^* u t>  .HOTEL  ���j'x ^^irfc^oif.;.  ���i  a'  ATHS: $t f*er 4��y ttntJ up. ��������� I  ��� i  yrraii, Proprietor,!  .:^.f:������  ^-r.*���iv^T  ^.ne^^w^H!.?! B  .-nimi*l"iwWT  -r *-1��CtT^ ���  .^w^..^. ^-.i*"^->�����-^�����"�����  ry  Np>^,!-w������^-lT��w^<^l^|li"-r^;�����,Tr'-~^~'��� ~��^ THE NELSON ECONOMIST  13  lie     knocked,     and,     not    hearing    the    rattle,  ,'rf' ���chio^v;..^atil-:V;;;''#/*Ttie' Qcrm^ti^'must'te-in  here, for;  if. U.;wasdw^  -itate' whether;or;;not thej^  ing in outward appearaiice? The idea must surely be  that the.y\very, very good" cannot take time or  thought for their toilet, and people do notpaus^  to consider that peculiarity of dress often involves  more than to follow the fashions in moderation, and  be as others are.  .���������".���" :.\ii 'arhosing-Story'TStold'o  ,tc'rc*l'--^ttl&;;-$^^  ''A ' irI'rl v'whd-hear'd thk'immediatei.v:drew, .'a;mental  '"pieihrc^^  'h^u:.'^  lew ;diiys^  '.umd^g.^  ���;..;;�� !>iken"iite^  "it'^jf^  ;;����� ^:;.^..':^  ,'������������-   ��� ��� Montreal Witness. :iyX'^:X$w':v.v  MrsJ Egertont;an E  work iii Dawson City; carried out a  London, which greatly gratified  Mrs. Egertoii had beeir  along the line of the C.P.I&  vice tile company reiideiedlacross the continen^  shedete^^  thing about both.    For this purpose she availed her-  sell of a fancy ball at Go^  costume which took the first;^^0^P^i^iM^  **W��flif*K��:.r*nt"'-  fafiTiiBuicie  ",. C&nip,;stt^  kcpt'iil .Stock;; ���'���>^0:-Sp:'%^i^Hv\s!:  E.C,^  moiW* W'iitt* :;^��>*t ..Mhiii^vUi**i^��M. yx \  W^*.f-...':K��i*>i��tti��.v';i>l*^rt��*;v.':>:.;,;.-v";���:V_ . i%p jjt��vtlf ���]  i*mVty 'U>ih�� ���: Mtwliw ���.iK^itl^r ^w^?i!!ihv  ���..rlitMtrtwemiftiit*. fer'.tlw. l��MW*?'- ���&������*���   S  Uis a t. Ww "i*m��*. of ^-^^-^Kf-iirtd^r i  ���*.*.��**<*��***���**  ��i,v^t* ''*fi*'��� 5nJj*rf��*iWV.'rfV'i���i^iViyi"*'V1.'  A i *��t hisft-J* ��'.�� ��-V"JMi** J -Jw-vju'ilW.itBi W-rf'*��w������' ��W i  Letter Heads  Note Heads  Bill Heads  TV.  At-  Envelbpes  Business Cards  Visiting Cards  It RECEIVE PROMPT  ..���!,.,,  ;,K*  , ���������$:.  .   ..'.���������T(i;;.(>��..L  ^.iv'.vfv^'SiVsfiil  V;V;V;V:iv;SlS||  VV%l;!V||f|g|  *-v-#;v#iiiil  ���WMMfMMM  '.!���;��� ,:v'^::^:':ft.'lv^:-!^^*> J  ta ):'���;. 3;�� ys'yfa*  Siliivflfitll  ;Vf:V;V|;|i|||||fl  ���HfpyMe:y��>ig\  vv'.v'V;v:;v4f;;Si|f||[  ::';:V-V':;Vyy:'';V:tilS%f  yHXXy0!$lm  : -V^VrVVi'i^illilj  |..-;al-:  -:%;:'w^'Mkk^:  ?a��-;i  :-:-.-.-:''::.?te^  :S��  ���;:V:;::;^^��  :::r^.yyydf^M  :Smi  *...'r:��Si!|  -i-AiiV  f &  r"-:as  1-C5  i r-1  j  |"�� ���������.,. ���!���..-  1 it  [i  1  l! .  "J 1 r     4 iL  few  in  > *i  i war-�������� ** jti ������  '���>\  Pi   '?^'  mm1"  *-:  111-1  THE NEL!  St.     1      I*.    ��     J. ' flKW'-"-.  I.        .    .   "t .m�� ��������T    r  r    i .. 1      *-  ft" Vr{i<  ii"-*'   Jul  ^Elab^rttte-jjrfeparatJons^re. being  mtnton  'M'r.V.A\r..':":A.  whica Ul��strata eanadi  i ��� Vi.,  o��rtkinff -manner..  The   ����m>���?��������� u*fV ... . ;  a higms ��wkl"s  ���"   .        .hi r p R   trains   n .       :    - ^~r-T  -  ���     Iri^he Rocky fountains, while the ^rontoi  penor and^he k^*^ U)���atfuU speed through  her dress showed atratn ; rushing Northwest     In the  ; ^���.���r.^u- ? -iwiU-- tout'ensemble,vas.;the -i^oncion. pi*~ ... ,,.  ���3rV^%X^veat avarice ah idea of a countr> oi  ? pressive, and gave �� �� ^ . ;. v ,^.. ^yi^ Unew very  i' ��  t A��ftoners nrevtous to tnt.j��v,lv>> ~  which Londoners i n-ikcr the G.P.R.�����ge��\  ...V      vtra 1"t��erton. as Mr. uaKcr, ihv.v- ,.,      .�����..  little.   Mn.l4CTw ^ this >'off  her W  , |n I^dndon ��oihtcd out, did M xim  w ill be' erected on yernon street  the Do;  ����**�����������   1��^^M,W^-^;^^a",iWA*  ..������.����:.r..  ,aV;*ftertto<3h. ;i"  '.���' .^-   .'   " ���' ������ ��� '��� ':'."     ������,'.���';-'...        :'   ���,^.^,��,��^-.^..���^a.���<f����*^.*��,<s^''w'���**.,'  ������t';.  ,Vi��'^ brtugiiig;%ck  :ii;^isit;10vVictOr  Mtnmmrv^- *..��������������>*��������������": ��#*#****<?*���;,.  W  a.  ���>''";Si;iWri;'riatrioUcv^A^^^  1cnown..; ;Th*Mfe;r^.,irt ,eXtende4 r *^' ������ :'," *--^-^ > ^^.i^^^^^i^^^fl^r!^  ;ably;thipm^:^^  :tQur:of:thecow,5ir>. -^^^i^:^^im&x^^oi  :.her:iia:irwe:cost:��rHe.are.d^ .. ^.,. ^;,  itt^''%-m��t^'::������������������'������':'��� V'---V:':;--V -**; LV:5*: /.Vi^^^^*..-"'**^*    -��������� --"��� -'--'^"v  f?$ jS���'?';��� I fji>. :*'.* **'*;  ;-.;.j..jy.-u*-''^L  ;,ii'^,��MV  ^r.,v.  :'���'.���������.'���;.���'''   ;).   .'..:.   ��� " ��� : ...: ,.'     '..:"���",-������"'��� ' :':.���'���'..,'.-. .-���:,. ,^..r.^..Mximrmk^'^v- :<.����-=:����':  :;;:,:,;,.,, :,;;:.:;-',.;:;;rS,..:S-g*^  rAHADlAN O  ^*.. OAC1F1C  r\Y.  ���|;:^m:.naw;.;pifpT ^  3pri ng:. ,0oc>j?te ��;���' ';.;:;������;.;  l^iQili  Uli  ;A;I!v:;';vMii;fr  HCE.tANOS*;  ���a'kKEB:'St.��  <;"v".-:^:'./...-. .������   .v'.:.;;,:,; ���   ^trVtWpT?^  ,#&.  w  ,TTH  wilt  be co  E ��oth.  The "I  riaTLimited" takes you |  ^~. *Ui�� r-rintinent in J��   Lumber. Orders   Prom  across the conuncni mi .^ �����    : Sati8f8Cuon  fOUT     da y &    Without p   Shingles.        Yard, foolof  change,   ft ts   a soli  lift,  W*^^  $ff%  rfc  :;^v  v ��C'  '���������,*���{''  busly equipped wi  every possible essen-.  tiai for the comfort and  convenience of passengers. Ask your friends  who have travelled on  it, or address  th. ZziASi%X%XSiXXXA9JS.^SSM^y>A^M  fe-*  ,*..,v^ ���'/*�����*'"  .%��mr��' ���*  ** A*  :kets and Office. Fittings  ;G. p. A.;  T.   P.'A-.  NELSON, B.'.C.  ER, B.C.  . vwv-^����H)^(��WWi��^^  te/i.  ,-^T  ��������MiMMnmiMUBaiBssaar*-" '^  i* -"      ie>'���-���-��� ,- '��� "���>  "i> * i".    -'..--r.v,.' 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